Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1939 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 13, 1939
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PAGE TEN KQaatlTH COtmtt ADVANCE. ALQONA. 'A-V^C 1 •* 't,-,, , SUBJECT .^^ keep ! safe CAR 18 AS safe s serrlclng! We your car ship- for effortless, driving all sum- Stewart Super Service 302 E. State Phone 798 HOMECOMING IS DATED IN JULY AT LU VERNE Lu Verne, June 12—There will e a homecoming of members and riends of the Cemetery associa- lon at tbe July meeting of the irganization. It will be a picnic at the park, with each bringing a covered-dish and sandwiches, and will be on the regular date, July 3. Such were the plans made at he June meeting. Mesdames Al- >ert Genrlch, Edward Hof, ' and Wilson Legler .were hostesses, 'lans were made to -have the roup represented at the state convention at Waterloo next week. Barbara and Betty Wolf played a piano duet following the business session. REGTALDISEASES VARICOSE VEINS RUPTURE The majority of these conditions can be treated successfully by ambulant methods, which means that you suffer very little, If any, pain and do not have to go to bed. You can go ; cta with your regular work, and lose] no time except for a few minutes Jin my office once a week. You are welcome to come in for an examination without charge. At that t^me I can explain in detail my method of treatment. S.W.MEYEFUO, , Sawyer Bldg. . lAlgoua : Iowa oney For Personal Needs $50 and Up When extra cash is needed for seasonal expenses—let us arrange a personal loan for you through one of our many credit plans. Small monthly payments are arranged out of income with ample time to repay. * * * * We offer a special loan plan for farmers Antos refinanced—payments reduced * * * * Our friendly service is available to Doth married and single per sons. We have helped many wit' their financial problems throug our modernized loan service.. -Le us help yon. P. J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa Phone 22 General Insurance Agency. freed tow*? COUNTRY CLUB BRIDGE DATKS AND HOSTESSES This season there will be only one country club bridge luncheon a month for womem It is hoped that this plan will result in bettor attendance The charge for luncheons will be 45 cents. The usual dinner party for men and women will likewise be limited to one a month. There will be a variety of entertainment. Bridge will follow some parties after dinner, but there will also be such ^novations as a sunset golf tournament for -men and women n Verne Band at Benwlck— Several members of the Lu Verne band accompanied Walter Peterson o Renwick Wednesday evening are: when he went to direct the Ren-' wick band in the first concert of he season. The Renwick school ms had an orchestra, but not a land previous to this summer, lowever, there are a number of Ider players who are playing this summer. Mr. Peterson has the eadershlp of the local band, which las a concert on Saturday nights. Those going to Renwick were Doris Eggleston, Kathryn Dlmler, Arlo Dehnert, Erwln Meyer, Robert Chapman, • and Phil Lichty Jr. followed by a "Guess What" prospect. bridge supper, party is also in No Fisherman's Lock— Aaron Steussy and son Dick, Dorothy Downing, and Paul Philips, have returned from a fishing rip to lakes near Fergus Palls, Minn. They went to Foxholm and were accompanied by the Alvln Iteussys from that place. Edw. Dehnert and Arlo, Adam Zweifel, nd Alvin Gronbach returned Monay night from a fishing trip in lOrthern Minnesota. None of them eported much success. lerman Merer Improving— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer lave moved into the . Lutheran eacherage for 'the summer. Mr. leyer has spent a great deal of is time in hospitals the past two ears because of brain tumors, 'hey gave up farming in March, nd have been staying with rela- ives since. He is well enough to drive the car occasionally, and at- ended the Memorial day program at the cemetery. College Students at Home- Elinor Mae Woito has returned lome from Le Mars, where she had been attending Western Union col- ege. Phil Lichty and Hazel Nygard are home from Mason City, and Wm. Chapman and Earl Hanselman came from Ames Friday. Kenneth Marty stayed for commencement at Le Mars, and came aome the last of the week. Scouts Hold Campflre Meet— R. C. Surby is acting as scoutmaster during the summer vaca- the absence of Kenneth The boys had a campflre Dates and hostesses for the parties for the rest of the season Afternoon Parties. July 12—Mrs. T. H. Holmes, chairman; Mrs. Herman Hauberg, co-chairman: assisting, Mesdames V. V. Naudain, M. C. McMahon, W. L. P. Rice, H. E. Hawcott; A. E. Kresensky, T. H. 'Chrlschilles, Hamilton. August 2—Mrs. D. E. Dewel, chairman; Mrs. W. P. French, cohalrman: assisting, Mesdames Milton Norton, A. P. Oranzow, C. U. Pollard, K. D. James, H. I* Oil- more, C. R. LaBarre, Campbell Humphrey. •September 6—Mrs. M. J. Pool, chairman; Mrs. H. E. Woodward, co-chairman: assisting, Mesdames Al Falkenhainer, L., A. Copp, M. P. Weaver, A. H. Borchardt, R. O. Jjustrom, W. A. Foster, and G. 8. Buchanan. October 4—Mrs. H. M. Olson, chairman; Mrs. T. L. Larson, cochairman: assisting, Mesdames E. V. Pierce, Casey Loss,, Carl Morck, 'oe Greenberg and P. J. Kohlhaas. Evening Parties. June 28—Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith, .chairmen; assisting, Messrs and Mesdames • K. J. Smith, John Kohlhaas, E. L. DeZellar, S. W. Meyer, P. A. Danson, Bob Willams. July 19-^Mrs. Joe Bloom, H. B. White, chairmen; assisting, 'Mesdames George Miller, G. W. Stillman, and C. H. Cretzmeyer, and Messrs. K. R. Hoffman, R. H. Mll- ,er, and Joel Herbst. August 16—W. A. Loreiz, Mrs. D. C, Hutchison, Chairmen; assisting, Leon Merritt, E. V. Pierce, Dennis Pratt, and Gene Murtagh; Mesdames C. H. Swanson, M. H. Fal'kenhainer, Allen Brunson, LE. Linnan. September 14—Wm. F. Ste«le, Mrs. Gene Murtagh, chairmen; assisting, Allen Brunson, F. C. Scanlan, T. H. Chrischilles, and Mesdames Fred Tlmm, N. C. Rice, R. M. Minkel, L. C. Nugent, and F. E. Kent Shower Hoiors Mrs. Tlpond— Mrs. James Vlpond and Mrs. L. A, Vipond entertained at a miscel- shower Thursday after- at the latter'a home honor- Thomas .Vlpond. .About tended arid the lunch and the Nations 'were carried out In hand white.- Mrs. Thomas VI,- ppnl is-the former Hazel Walker, whdj clerked at the S. & L. store. Stejftensons Hare Plcnk— Ml', and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson entertained at a Stephenson family picnic at their home Sunday, 25 attending. Out-of-town guests were Messrs.. and Mesdamea Maynard Stephenson . Arfnolds Park; Kenneth Stephenaon, Bode; William Datls, Ltvermore; and G. C. Ste- phe*nsOn, Sturgeon Bay, Wis. gallon*! Circle »p«ft»di»*,» pttb- lir supper Friday evening at the C. C. Knttdson farm, near Finns Creek. A fair-sized crowd attended. The meal was served cafeteria style, and customers came' and o'clock till all L. F. Rice enter- went, from five were served. Mr. and Mrs, w*i- .1 Mrt. subject o! th« tho devatofnneftt of th« tf< S, lilt. tained at a 7 o'clock dinner Thursday evening, with 14 men and, women attending. The evening was spent playing various card games. Mrs. A. W. Behrends wilt entertain her sewing club "tomorrow afternoon. There are seven members. The Norton Machine Shop force was entertained at the Raymond Norton cottage at Clear Lake Sunday. Those attending were the E; L; Haggs, Floyd Shackelfords, Win. Funks, Lloyd Gibbons, Charles Ca- seys, Richard Nortons, and Bertha Welp. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes entertained their Crlbbage club Friday Wednesday , Some 68 Algona woinen attended a tea Friday afternoon at the Hurt M*thod«flt churchL wOffle* from Fenton ahd f Itonka w«re al* so there. The program conlisted of a March of Bride*. Mrs. L. F. Rice was assistant hostess at a Galloping Tea held at the home of Mra. Hopkins, Wes ley Friday afternoon. evening at 6:30 members attended. Directors Party Tomorrow— The annual Country club director's party will be held at the clubhouse Wednesday at 7 o'clock. A dinner will be served, followed by bridge. Other Society. The Methodist W. F. M. S. met Thursday with Mrs. John McGuire, with Mesdames Chester Delllnger, H. J. .Phillips, and W. ,G. McCullough, assisting hostesses. Mrs. H. J. Phillips led devotions and Mrs. A. R. Crulkshank had charge of mite box opening, There were about 35 present. Members of the Baptist church will entertain at a party tomorrow evening at the church honoring this year's Baptist graduates from the Algona high school. The party will be in charge of the young people.. The honored guests will be Angela Hagg, LeRoy Nolle, and Garnet Pickard. dinner. Eight Mrs. Halbert Long was high for women, Henry Guderlan high for men, and Norman Fried won a chair prize. The Methodist Bible Searchers class will meet this afternoon at tbe Church. Mrs. Eva Calry will be chairman of the hostesses, and Mesdames Dittmer, Sarah Douglas, Shepard, and Charlotte Parsons will be assistants. The Baptist Mission Circle meets at 2:30 at the church Thursday. Mrs. French Haldeman has charge of the lesson which is Oriental Bells—"China. Hostesses will be Mrs. Leslie Stephens and Mrs. Harvey Coleman. The Methodist Light Bearers will meet this afternoon for a picnic at the Athletic Park at three o'clock. This la a group of small Children, a branch of the foreign missionary society. Mrs. B. T. Agard is leader. The "lows" of the Desert bridge club entertained the "highs" at a 6:30 dinner Friday evening at Cook's lunch room. The women played bridge afterward at Mra. L. M. Merrill's, and there was a gift exchange. —-«-yw —• «w»u> *•< ,• . f,li(, GAVUCftUf^C* Mrs. Mae Harrington's Congre-1 The radio-sewing club of the Mrs. Hopkins Is a member of the; local Presbyterian church. , Tlie First Lutheran Missionary society meets Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Die Allison's, with Mrs. Anna Bohannon and Mrs. Albef t Olson assisting: -Mrs. -Edwin Hovey is. program leader. Mrs. Arthur Moulds and. Mrs. Jens '-Sorensen 'were Initiated • into the V. F. W. auxiliary 'Friday evening at a meeting at the hall. Some 25 women attended and a lunch was served. The Presbyterian Men's club will entertain the wives at a 6:30 picnic tomorrow evening at the Ambrose A. Call state park. The Rev. C. W. Pfelffer has charge of the program. The Presbyterian Galloping teas were concluded at Hugh Colwell's Friday morning with Mesdames Marc Moore and Alf Kresensky assisting. There were 51 women served. The Queen Esthers held a picnic last week Monday evening at the Blackford park. Margaret Miller president of the group, had charge of the meeting. gue will meet Wednesday evening at the church with Myrtle, Arlene, and Irvin Olson entertaining. Mrs. Homer Anderson entertained her embroidery club Thursday afternoon at 2:30. There are twelve members. Mrs. Frank Kajewskl will entertain at two lables of bridge Wednesday afternoon. The Rebeka'h Lodge meets ' this evening at the Dehnert hotel lodge room. 4- nest 8h«tt«, t operation «t th« lo*« . City tfal- v«>«lty hd*pftal The op- Watln was Where . <, the former Super Summer Sp, _.. will be our sixth year for running O .i f u -three yeafs '*>£ anmmer only and three our present regular location on South offering TO* tneae super-specials for ovrAiik. sales, ^whteh^wlll-continue all summer. Com.iu see us for re*l bargains;' Here's a sarain«T? 8114^ sample menu.", Children's "M" aim "stilts (jersey trunks tops) 4 to 8. -'-Gossard $5,00 girdles, sizes 32 to 31, cle Navy and brown slacks—10 to 20, $1.00 val Batiste flowered gowns, $1.00 values for 2 for —^.L. L •"' Loomtog sharitorie two-piece play suits, 14 to Children's knit underwear, sizes 2 to 10."." Silk, slips, good-fitting, excellent value, 32 to 44 Knee-Hi hose; all sizes and good assortment col * ore 1 —1 , '. • , ' All cotton print dresses, 12 to 52, 98c value"j New cotton sheers, excellent new styles, all a JUST RECEIVED, fine lace dresses 14 to ' White 2-piece suitB, 12 to 40, |8.00 values forL Dark tropical 2-piece suits, 14, 16, and 18... I New white and pastel hats "" All dark hats now only __• "] Anklets, to clean out 5^, 3" White summer gloves, slightly soiled from! year _1 Blouses,, all kinds . . 69^ anij Let us tell you about the jEtna Life Insurance Company's new Farm Loan Plan. Low rates, a 26 year repayment plan, a Reserve Fund Safety feature, a liberal pre-payment privilege, no commission, appraisal, or title examination costs to the borrower. It's worth investigating. «• Authorized Representative in this territory HUTCHISON & HOUGH Land, Loans, and Insurance Security State Bank Bldg. Algona, Iowa tion in Parks. meeting in the Ed Marty woodi last week Monday. Merle Eggles ton is assistant .scoutmaster. Teacher at Whittemore— Elsie Meyer, teacher In the Lu theran church day school, is spending the summer vacation a her home near 'Whittemore. He mother was here with her during the year. .* Scholarship Won by Ex - Algonian W. G. McCullough has received word that Philip, son of the Chas. Bergfields has won a law school scholarship at the state university. He is a third year student in the pre-law school course. There are only three of these scholarships given. The Bergfields, formerly of Algona, are now living at Sheldon. Phillip worked at the McCullough Funeral Home in 1395-36. FOR QUALITY PAINTS AT LOWEST PRICES HOSPITALS KOSSUTH HOSPITAL June 8—Mrs. Swea City, boy; A. M. Takhiem, Mrs. Otto Callles, Algona, medical; Mrs. Olaf Rom- stead, Burt, surgical. June 9—John Blbert, / Whittemore, surgical. June 10—Boyd Rehse, Milford, medical; Mike Kisch, Livermore, medical; Mrs. John Mlllins, Corwith, boy. June 11—Mrs.' Henry Gerdes, Algona, girl. June 12 — Mrs. Bert Galbralth, Algona, girl; Mrs. Lyle Marlow, Lone Rock, boy. GENERAL HOSPITAL June 5—Mrs. Gladys Soderquest, Waukegan, 111., medical. June 7—A. J. Brown, Algona, minor surgery; Shirley Blumer, Lu Verne, appendectomy. June 9—J. H. Graham, Burt, minor surgery; Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom, Algona, appendectomy. June 10—Hans Koestler, Burt, medical; Mrs. Oscar Monson, Wes- Lloyd Pratt Is Married— ' Helen, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. P. M. McGahey, Victor, arid Lloyd F., son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Algona, were married Friday evening at eight o'clock at the home of the. brftte's parents by the Rev. Mr. Prftchard. " The bride was attired in- a white silk street length dress and wore a corsage of Johannanhill roses. Her attendant, Esther Peterson, of Cedar Falls, wore .a printed silk dress. The bridegroom was attended by Darrell Adams, Cedar Falls. The bride is a graduate of the state teachers college and has been junior high principal and commercial teacher at Whitten one year. The bridegroom attended the state te'achers college one year, the state college at Ames a year, and was graduated from the Dunwoody Institute at Minneapolis. Attending the weding were relatives of the immediate families. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills they..will be at home at Mason City, where the bridegroom is an electrical contractor. Cresco M. & D. Group Meets— The Cresco Mothers ft Daughters club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ralph Morgan, Mrs. Fred Park assisting. There were 27 members and five guests present. Guests were Mrs. Bosworth, Denver, Colo., Mrs. Brown, Boone, Mrs. G. Hargreaves, Mrs. H. .Schoby, and Mjfc. L. S. Young, Cresco township. The meeting was opened by singing When You and I Were Young Maggie. Roll call was answered with, A Trip I Should Like to Take This Year. Program — Magazine Art, Where Are Our Girls, Mrs. Mary A. Miller; questions "to keep you guessing" were read and answered; hostess number, dancing by Harriet and lola Schoby. The next meeting will be June 21 with Mrs. Backed by SB years of Paint 'and Varnish Manufacturing Experience . Trade-Mark Your Guarantee. Our $2.50 OUB BEST House Paint, gal— INTEKIOE GLOSS Walls and Woodwork, gal. _ FLAT WALL PAINT Walls and £4 Cefling, gal. —, ^ I * FLOOB AND DECK PAINT, £p Porch Floors, gal.qPCii RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY 1 City Store With Country Prices, ley, major surgery; Doege, Burt, medical. Mrs. Kate C. H. Potter, assisting. Mrs. L. A. Potter, NOTICK OF IMIOIUTK OF WIL1- No. 4520. In District Court, Slate of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss, March term, 1939. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of J. F. Behlmer, deceased, dated July 28, 1938, having been this day, filed opened, and read Monday, the 10th day of July 1939, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the ClerU of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said Instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Jowa, June 7, 1939. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of tbe District Court. Sexton Girl Is Bride— Martella daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fisch, near Sexton and Mathew, son of Mr. and Mrs, Peter Besch, Whittemore, were married this morning at eight o'clock at St. Cecilia's church by the Rev. Father Wagner. A single rin? ceremony was used. The bride was attired in a floor length lane dress and veil and carried .Tohannahill roses and carnations Leona Besch, Wesley, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor She' wore blue lace and carriec carnations. Mathias. Fisch, brot.he of the bride attended the bride Kroom. After the ceremony, a wed fling dinner was served to abou 70 guests at the home of the bride's parents. The couple will be at home on a farm near Wesley. Party for Bridal Couple— I/oyd Pratt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, here, and his fiancee, Helen McGahee. Victor, were honored at a party Thursday evening at the Country club given bv emnloyes of the Pratt. electric. Thirty-five were in attendance and the evening was spent dannlns. Glennice Donavan, Emmetaburg, was an out-of-town guest. The honorees were presented with an eloftrlo mixer as a fdft froni the store. Mr. Pratt and Mies McGabee were married Friday Victor. REMEMBER GIVE A GIFT June 18th is the date — just a few days away, until you'll present your Father with the remembrance that will tell him in small measure how dear hie is to you. Just a few days away—but even last-minute shop- pers will find a varied selection of smart gift suggestions ready to choose from, here. Whether he's such: young Father that still "my boy" to .own dad ... • he's a mellow aged Father, or whose head is crofl with the silver " mounting decades, be glad you remei him—on Father's GIFT Buffer Hose.'patterns or plain colors — 3 for $1 Wilson Bros. V-shaped shirt Jl.65 Hickok initialed men's jewelry 50* and £1.00 Botany wrinkje - proof ties ,—»i,OQ Hat gift certificate in miniature hat ba*^- - tt,99 S9.99 99,09 'lie-CM;

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