Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1939 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 20, 1939
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*AGE EIGHT COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA ALGONA WOMAN TO THE NATIONAL TOWNSEND MEET Mrs. A. M. Anderson was recently unamlnously elected voting delegate to represent 126 charter members o£ the local Towhsend club No. 1 and 440 petition menibers, and is leaving today to attend the. . ,--..., „„ fourth national Townsend conyen memb ers attending. Four generation at Indianapolis Thursday to' » on s were represented, and iuter- .Sunday. She is being acconrpan- nlltten t rain was not enough to dampen the spirit of the occasion. \Vhilt the,younger members of the Bclghtols Gnther Here— for an Annual Bennlon— An annual Beightol family reunion was held at Custodian and .Mrs. Paul R. Wille's Sunday at-the Ambrose A. Call state park, 65 led as far as Mason City by a group of local members and there will join a caravan of delegates 8T°"P Plnyed in the <park, the eld- Each caravan will be met at the era reminisced of earlier days and Indiana border by state troopers tlle ' )ast history of the family. who will escort them to the con ventiou city. Upon arrival the first stop will Mrs. Wille, who has been working the last four years on the history of the Beightols, expects to be at Hotel Claypool, in the Cha- Mnve encngh information compiled teau room, where each delegate m another year to print a book, will be given an official badge. Beightol (pronouuied "Beck-top) Iowa delegates will also receive is a Dutch na;ae, and It runs hack special badges of white satin'rib- bon depicting an ear of corn, with the word "Iowa" gold letters. to the 18th century. John Beightol and ia chairman of the waitress committee The golf committee for the year consists of Mrs. Wm. F. Steele, chairman, Mrs. H. M. Smith, and Mrs. L. E. Llnnari.' Thursday the following women will attend a.guest day at Clear Lake: Mesdaines Larson, Burdette Agard, H. M. Olson, Albert Granzow, C. U. Pollard, Smith, L. 13. Llnnan, and Steele. There will perhaps be a few more. Most will go for the luncheon and bridge, but two or three will also take part in the morning golf session. Algona Teacher Is Bride- Gladys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Justin Prescott, Waterloo, and William Burbank, also Waterloo, were Calif., and two relatives of the evening at he? hofte, Owstg w4rt bride. Mrs. Nelson, the former Twllla Colllnson, is a sister bf the the Roy WooldHdges, the Fu'rsts, Dorothy Shatto, And the bridegroom. The newlyweds left former's brothers,.Ray and Archie on a trip to the World's fair, Sftn Cunningham. The women .are Francisco. They will be at home daughters of Mrs. Taylor. at Chlco, where Mr. Colllnson Is a DeSoto and Chrysler salesman. Two Bridge Parties OlTen— Mrs. W; P. French, entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner Thursday evening, 16 women attending. Bridge was the diversion, with Mrs. Eugene Schomel winning high, and Mrs. Allen Brunson, sec- L,. . . ond high. Mrs. French entertained ™? dne J£ a ?' at another dinner-bridge party Friday evening. Four tables were Mrs. Floyd E. Saunders entertained at two tables of bridge Thursday evening, prizes going to Mrs. W. D. Andrews, and Mrs. M. O. Bourne. , Mrs. Clifford Aalfs, Sioux City, was a guest of the club. Mrs. Carl S. Pearson entertained noon' luhcheon Algona hotel's played Hutchison: win travel, A dtfjt&rt Iflncheon w»s served late Irt the afternoon, pome 26 past matfbng will go to Buone next week- Tuesday a giests of the 6. B. S. home. They were to. have gone today but'the ev&nt was postponed a week, The Wfl-fan-lfe club meets to nljht At 6 o'clock at the city hall and;from there wilt go to Cook': 12 women at a B " e J? oom .' * lth Mrs Donald evenng. or aes r in play, Mrs. J. L. Bonar winning ' Mrs - w - D - Andrews winning priz- high, and Mrs. D. P. Smith, second es Men. ifoiisewarmlng Is Given— .The Idle Hour bridge club hon ored Mrs. George Free at a housewarming pafty -Friday evening in her new bungalow on east Me Gregor street. Twelve, women at tended and the evening was spent The Queen Esthers sponsored a bake sale Saturday Sorensen's Grocery. afternoon . at The proceeds will be used for the club's balance on apportionment to the church. Mrs. V. K. Rising is the'girls' leader. Mrs. F. J. Lalng entertained the Aces High bridge club Friday at married Saturday in the Walnut' pla y ln s bridge, after which re-, two tables. Mrs. Frank Vera was , . . * Vi*^ VT CllUUIr f »_*,_____.„ -.._„_. _-.»-_.».J t r u _ Tl • • • * • *• t~n I irwr_««._< I i. street Baptist church, there by thej -- _ -- . . ' were served. Mrs. E. printed in large Yorger Beightol. great-granflpar Julia Ann Re v- W. E. Kuhnle in a single-ring w ' I™ was . h 'f h ' Mrs ' D - D t-granflnar-l ceremony. They were attended by Monlux . s ec <"»d high, and Mrs Streets In the business district tr °m Pennsylvania in the early will be decorated in gay colors, 1 Part of the 19th century, first set- ents of Mrs, Wilie,"came° to Iowa 1 Caro1 Prescott, sister of the bride, and the Red Cab Co. will have red and white signs on 400 cabs to welcome delegates. Governor M. Clifford To-wusend, of Indiana, will give a special welcome, and Mayor Reginald Sullivan will give the tling in the vicinity of Booiiesbor- ough, later near Lehigh. They had and Eugene Hardliner. The bride was attired in a wheat-colored princess street length dress with wide brimmed nine boys and eight girls, all now, leghorn hat and wore'a waist cors- dead. Their descendants are 'llv- ase of roses and sweet peas. The high, and Mrs. Chris Wallukatt foi <a chicken dinner. Reemployment Chief Speaker f or Rotary ; Cdw, Worley, manager of the Alga iia unemployment office, was a speaker before the Algona Rotary club yesterday noon and explained mi ny parts of .the, Social, Security ac passed by congress In 1935. He sa d that in reality the- act consisted of ten acts, for it covers .such a laige-field. Mr.-Worley .has charge of the Humboldt,, Palo Alto, and Emmet offices as' well as the of- fics here. Rainy weather this sp'lng, he said, has been responsible for an increasf in unemployment in this part of the state, as Free was presented with a gift. Triton-Frost Gathering Sunday—] Forty members of the Tribon and Frost families gathered at the Clear Lake state park Sunday] in honor of Dr. and Mrs. Tribon's «*.»«. * uxsit ucovsCiiuuuLa am HV -"«** ~- • **«^o uuu in TTVCL uetta. J. ue j .. u.. *•• * v * »<*i ing all over the U. S. and in Can-1 bridesmaid wore a pink linen sultj dahughter ' Mr . 3 ;, Herman Leeftink, city welcome. All sessions will be held tabernacle, where Senator Gerald The Beightol reunion is always ada, and many have been located : with shoulder corsage of roses and through efforts of Mrs. Wille and sweet peas. Mrs. Kuhnle sang two in a Mrs. William Enberg, Stratford, (wedding songs. , Dr 'de had been girls' phys- , P. Nye, of North Dakota, -will de-j held on Father's day. 'Next year it lcal education teacher in the Alliver the keynote address. Other will be held at Storm Lake. A stunning daytime dress of ROMETTE.. an acelate and rayon weave. Sizes 9 to 15. cLrTscliilles O IT O S& IB SALE OF SILK Mist Dresses t TTIVCI* i 11 ••Chriscliilles .tS. IT O IKi. US prominent speakers will be Doctor Townsend; Rep. Jos. Hedricks, of Florida; Senator Sheridan Downey, of California; and Rep. Homer Angelt, of Oregon. Some of the talks will be broadcast via station WtLW, Cincinnati. Friday evening will be devoted gona schools four years, and the Mrs. Frank H. Colburn, Oran-| bridegrop.ni is employed by the jestad Aruba, Netherlands, West John Deere company. Indies, came the longest distance 1 After a two weeks' wedding trip, for the reunion. Her husband is! the couple will be at home at 1929 connected with an oil company! w - Fourth street, Waterloo. there, and she came as far as New York on an oil freighter, making the rest of the trip by train. She is Group at Clarion Meeting- Seven teen members of the Meth* — • o ----- -f -^ UW.VVWM b*»u * v>u v \f*. b*-t^ btA^r k/j 1,1 c&lUi VJUX: 13 ^lAOi J J _. I — entirely to the Townsend Youths visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs ! odlst standa rd Bearers attended a program. Saturday night Mrs. An- Guy McKibbln, Rembrant, but re- \ Convention at Clarion Friday. The derson will attend a banquet honoring Mrs. Townsend, to be held at the Manufacturers hall on the Indiana state fair.grounds. • Mrs. Timmer, 77 Dies at Lakota Lakota, June 19 — Mrs. Frank Timmer died a week ago Monday afternoon at her home southwest, of town at the age of 77 years. She had not been well for several months. Funeral services were held at the St. Paul Lutheran church Wednesday afternoon, and she was buried at the Lutheran cemetery east of town. Mrs. Timmer is survived by her husband and four daughters, one of whom, Mrs. Gus Pothoff, lives near Lakota. Three other children preceded her in death. The Timmers own and for a time lived in the house in the west part of town now occupied by the Frank Schroe- ders, Ijuf they later moved back to their farm. Marshall C. Watson NotR. M.'s Brother <AU, AV^LUUl UUlt UUtr 1 C~ I * 1 * malned for a few days here with! Algo ? a g , r ° up « ave a Candlelight her first cousin, Mrs. Wille, before' Ser vice, "Ceremony of .Lights," at going home In July. I noon,, and Mrs, J. C. Buthman Mrs. Colburn took candid camera 1 Sfn 0 ?.. The H° Wr £ !Sf ea Brin ' g> pictures of the group Sunday, and Mr *' ^thmaivMrs.F.E. Sawyer, Mrs. Wille passed around photos ££ r ' ™* *>•* John McOuire and tintypes of six generations of, T .. In the car were the Beightols. In attendance at the reunion «„,„-._ „-„ „ were Messrs, and Mesdames Ken- 1 Mar »y n Keea > Berdine Prew, Josephine Pelisek, Jeane Buthman, and the Rev. Mr neth Johnson and Arthur Beigh- Bt " hman ; In the Sawyer car were tol, Waterloo; Mrs. Grace Beigh- ; „ n ,- O £ tO11 ', T°« d ,, Sa * y , er Jr - tol, her family, Mr. and Mrs. Cllf-' ?™ a * t ,? cn , r i ch ' Bill y Puller - Mn ford Dale, Webster City; Mr. 1 and ^ red 5H *?" ' aj 1 ^ 61 " 1 Thorpe. Mrs. R. P. Betghtol, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs : M^". 1 ™ took Fern Johnson, J. A Morgan, Indlanapoiis; Foresi S 1 ,* ™^ m *?**&_ ? a / n _ey Forgan, Elizabeth Klein, St. Paul; William Henderson, Albert Lea; Mr. and Mrs. Glen R. Cutler, soa Bapt t 8 t Meetings Reported- Sarah Nell and Marian McGuire. Logan. The Baptist Mission Circle me The Burnham McKibbms, Rnth Thursday at the church, Wi « „ .„ Meyer and Sophia Bouw Rem- attendance. Mrs. Charles Reaper brandt; Mr. and, Mrs. John Em- led ffi lesson ch , M R mof f TVTn er»r». Pff v • TWi» n-nil TUt*o . — ~ _ _ - . _ " * mert, Mason City; Mr. James Seewick, the J. and Di Mrs. Gra- Rfchardson and Mrs. F. C. Volzke gare reports on the women's house who was visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost and Mrs. Mary Lampright, Algona, attended, also some of the doctor's relatives front Waterloo and Alden. Farewell for Departing Woman— A farewell party was given Saturday by Mrsh. John'Briggs, Evelyn Fitch, Edith Roeder, Mrs. Bessie Buck, Tressa Bakken, and Mrs. Robert Errington, in honor of Mrs. Jerry Daniel'son,. the former Sally Brlggs. A. gift was presented by the group. Mr. and Mrs. Danielson are leaving: to> lite in Montana. Other Society. The Methqdist W. H, M, S. meets Thursday < afternpom at 2:30 at the church. Hostesses will be Mesdames F. E. Kent, Anton Didriksen, L. W;. Fox,. R'oy Hutzell, P. V. Janse, Antone Johnson, M, G. Norton, Anna. Skinner; B. A. Thorpe, Gilbert Shepard, and J. C. Buth-l man. Mrsi W. A. Button' will lead devotions,, andl Mr* A, E. Grooters will be in charge of the lesson, Horizons at High Noon. Mrs. Wm. F. Steele attended a one o'clock luncheon; Thursday at the Hotel Kermore, Emmetsburg honoring Marguerite Keeney, Mai lard. Miss- Keeney is to be married June 24' at Des< Mbines. She was a roommate of Mrs. Steele when they attended: the University of Colorado at Boulder. Mrs. Carrie Taylor ,wa» honored hams, Burt; Mr. and Mrs, J T. party held at the asseinbly : Graham the R. B. Graham^ Al- groU nds, Iowa Falls,'June 2r3. Eva gona; the Earl BaTrs, Lehigh; Mr. Pre snell had charge of a report on' and Mrs. E J. Emmerson ^ tne women . g group mee ting held at, buque; and Mr. and Mrs. William G oIdfield,:June 10-11. She gave a> Enberg, Stratford. resume of the missionary message given by Helen Benjamin, Nellore, at a 6:30 birthday dinner Thursday It's Time to Make Your Grain Storage Safe •• Harvest time is coming, on fitsL You have a pretty good idea now as to what year yields will be and how much storage capacity 300 should have. The two most important things to make sure about are: 1st: See that foundation damp proof. 2nd. See that roof is eood for any storm or wind. If your present buildings are too old, let us help you plan> new ones with ample capacity and construction that est service at the lowest cost Every material you will nee work. and floor are'rat and not large enough or are will give you the long- ler year. ' i is here ready for fast F. S. NORM & SON COAL ALGONA, IOWA LUMBE] PAEf T PHONE 229 1OOM1 Stor Here's just ONE of the t smart Loomtog play found exclusiely ready-to - wear depari This illustrated dresil made in fine imported i ed chambray — beau made, and decidedly tlve. Many other here. Clnbhonse IVonion to Entertain— Fifty-one women from Clear terprise by Marshall C. Watson it was said that Mr. Watson .was a son of R. M. Watson, formerly of Irvington. This was error. Marshall is a brother of R. M., and the two men are sons bf Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Watson who for some 20 years had a store at Irvington. The elder Mr. Watson is now dead, but his widow lives at 1608 Johnson St., Keokuk. Minnesota Couples Still Come to Wed Five licenses to wed have been issued at the court clerk's office: have accepted invitations to a Country, club guest day tomorrow at the local clubhouse aiid grounds. Mrs. W. F. Steele is chairman of the program, which will consist of golfing m the morning, luncheon at one, and bridge in the afternoon. Other chairmen of committees ar&r golf, Mrs. Robert Larson; bridge, Mrs. R. B. Waller, regis- trtion, Mrs. Eugene Miirtaghi decorations, Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore. Get acquainted hostesses will be Mesdames C. H. Cretzrueyer; M. P. Weaver, Al Falkenhaiuer, Joseph Ronald O. Wetzel,"FaTrmont""Bet-i G-reenberg, Karl R - I offman, P. J. ty Johnson, Armstrong; Martin' Kohlhaas, Antone Johnson, H. R. Bruno Strecker, Laura L Ander- c °wan, G. W. Stillman, M. H, son, both of Titonka; Adolph Hat- Palkenhainer. Mrs. T. L. Larsun ten, Truro, Josephine Stelpflug, of Bancroft; Lancelet Revere Archer.j' Burton, Jessie Ann Ash, both of Fairmont; and Roland Leo Robel, Aguetta Nielsen.^both of Mankato. ^Uncle' Tom Blain 90; Picnic Sunday 'Seventy relatives and others gathered at Jack Blain's, near Wesley, Sunday, to surprise "Uncle Tom" Blain, Jack's father, who lives there. Some relatives came from Minnesota. Mrs. Chris Jensen, Algona, is a daughter. The guests took well-filled baskets, and picnic dinner and supper were served. Mr. Blain, who is 90, still is in good health and does not wear glasses. BARGAINS —in— USED MACHINERY John Deer Model B Tracto: and CultiTator John Deere Model A Tracto: and Cultivator Regular Farmall Tractor and Cultivator KOSSUTH COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. AtGONA, IOWA India, and Mrs. Volzke and Mildred Richardson .sang solos which were sung at Gqldfleld. Lloyd Confngon Married— Lloyd CoIIinson v and Ann Silva, Chlco, Calif., -were married at 10, o'clock Saturday morning at the' Catholic Rectory at Chlco. Lloyd is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Col-1 llnson, Algona. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Milo Nelson, Oroville, We are offering, as a "special" this week, our entire stock of Sea Mist washable summer dresses. In a full range of colors and sizes, at the new ]tow price of -FOR SERVICE- $5.95 Sea Mis^ is a remarkable summer fabric, washable, non-crushable, sturdy yet cool—firmly woven and yet beautiful in its rich lustre. These dresses come in copen, natural tan, rose, green, strawbenjy, and other pastels in about a dozen differ-i ent styles from 12 to 20. Buy them thia week at a new low price of pbly |6.95. SMART SPOETS CLOTHES Deserve OUR BEST ATTENTION They get our best attention, too — in a modern plant equipped with every facility for spot removal, and perfect cleansing. Men and women the town over know us for expertness at economy prices. ..Modern Dry Gleaners.. ALGONA, IOWA To Whom It May Concern I AM QUITTING BUSINESS Three good doctors agree on one thing. They all say, Jimmie letup or els * £jix r^^r y s^rv a KW^ to *J^^^"5S out but if any is left we will* August 12th. and out away from 50 PIECE •SERVICE FOR EIGHT $29^5 Open Slock Price $53.G9 run in a regu- my old decorate the store. September up a first-class experience and will thing that Algona 1st to used to remodel and to money and the The quality you've longed for... in a pattern whose popularity has sec new records! Don't miss this opportunity to obtain America s finest silverplate... famous Jor almost one hundred yeare at half price! Set contains — 8 each, knives, forks, dessert or soup spoons, and salad forks, Jo teaspoons, butter knife and sugar spoon. HANDSOME WOOD PREVENT-TARNJSH CHEST included. Salad forks, butter spreaders, and .sftiWe serving piec^ gj^ at half price — LIMITED QUANT/TIES AVAILABLE: BUDGET TERMS ARRANGED - . J, have fl ad a dozen cha»«es er things, but feel that Algon? shoes more than anything else. I am not buying any more the few orders I have in for fall The only thing left to do is am taking plenty time to do it I have worked hard, made good care of my family. i n at the oars fifty-four years the way. So I am going ?o aui float with the stream the Saknc 'of life glides into the gulf of ure quietly, satisfied with vishmg everybody well. a little money, and took '?l n ? S8 _ w *7 I h ave been • •"- "*• w**v* jv*u wprld that an old ^ v it. I still enjoy my c while, and am pretty Sfi" to rent the room for oth- needs a good big stock of goods and am canceling get rid of this stock and I o. mad rush, eternity, boat arpund, the way until my boat £> s any is made up of work, now I am looking ayground. . for the left in this old are going to have once in a have had the t-L T* <% ..,«<i i*i» •ff. ta

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