Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1939 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 27, 1939
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COtt NTMf ASVANC& ALQQNA. IOWA tap ye"'* bells tied A prograin s by Brna Vlr- three Me- Becker. at Fnwnrt— [out-of-town relatives at- 10 funeral of Ernest H. at the Methodist n** We Mr, , and llam Krueger, son, a I »nd her husband, all of Minn; Edw. Krueger ll!and a aonjllr, and rt Krueger, Fairmont, Margaret; Mr. and Mrs. ,™« Freeport, 111.,'and a >y the William Chrlstlan lton . the Charles Morrises |M Christiansens, Ixme , Jay Goddens, Bancroft; ett Larsen, Los Angeles; !dw. Olumers, Algona. ,, .. , Falls, h, Entertain Ll Glrton, .Sioux im lasfweek Tuesday to , ; Mrs. Oertie Thompson's [ Thompson VHer'd&ugh- 1 been here a-week or "and Mrs. L. C. Peter- Minn., also visited the from Tuesday to Sun- Glrton Is Mrs. Oertie 3 daughter, and Mr. Pet|her brother. i Visitors Here— , ixmnsberry, her daugh- j, S. Taylor, and the lat- bhter, all of Mission,,Tex. ing the R. 3. Haminer- ilrs. Hammerstrom Is an- iirasberry daughter. , Grandparents— saddle, of Burt, to Marry Waterloo Youth BEAUTIFUL ATl ^ M<yr , IVF TO INDIA JAVA AND CHINA, OFTEN HA» WING* A FOOT LONO/ . By THE RAILROADS WOU.O HAVB SOWICIENT TO P/W A 1AIIROAD CMPIOVE •V IAW.ON OF MADEIRA, WMO cun POWN A TREE MU*T PLANT ONff IN m PLACE A -^ COJTIN& a« • tuns m*H O.S,, WOULD COST AND ABOUT IN QUSSIA. Mrs. Peter Skew's. Mrs. Tom Porburger and Mrs. J. L. Studer called on Mrs. Joseph Krleps at the , Kossuth hospital Wednesday evening. E. H. Beardsley, Algona, was making business calls here Friday in the interests of a rock wool Insulating company. Mrs. H. H. Flora. Sr. will be hostess to the Prlscilla Phoebes this week Wednesday, and officers will be elected. Mrs. L. L. Lease was hostess to the Good Will Circle of ,the Methodist Aid last week Tuesday. Mrs. A. L. Klelnpeter spent Thursday at her daughter Mrs. Don Meleney's, Brltt. The George Wards were Algona business callers Thursday. The Ell Goodn^w home shine? i;i new shingles. Mrs. Teresa Foertsch has a new Chevrolet. Hall, taird to Speak. Wesley, June 26—A county Legion-Auxiliary meeting will be held at Bancroft this week Thursday evening at the Legion dance •all, and a dance will follow the meeting. W. Earl Hall, of Mason City, and State Adjutant R. J. Laird, Des Molnes, will be speakers. •10 TVV BOS? MJST PAV &US swouuow'r MWD \* H ASKSVOUTOPAV WS BlU, EV'RV Wesley Mother, Two Children jn_U p * e t Wesley, June 26 — Mrs. Clare Wingert was painfully cut and bruised about s the legs . FrMay morning when a car she was driving left the road and turned over near the George Hirner farm home. She and her two little boys were going to her father Frank Wolf's. The oldest boy had his arm broken in the upset. Mr. Hirner brought the Wingerts to tow» for a doctor's aid, and Tom McMahon took them to their home near Sexton in his ambulance. • Fenton Child Home From the Hospital Fenton, June 30—Kathleen, smal daughter of MI'J and Mrs. Allan Bollinger who has been a patient at the university hospital, Iowa City, since January 25, was brought home last week Tuesday and will remain three months, after which she will be returned to the hospital for more x-ray treat ment. If her hip is by then mend ed satisfactorily the cast will b< removed, and she will again be given walking lessons. PAOBTKMH Modern Farm Buildings WORK FOR YOU •H0M '''••If Clean, thrifty hog* bring you the Arrange to have additional pasture 1 have portable hoi; wnterers and homes selves In a short time. YOU MAY WIN raafgta of proflt, fenced hog-tight. We will pay for them- Von tuny CTCH wl» thene thing*! A*k •• tut • free content entrr blank. All yo« have to do I* complete till* •entence In 26 word* or ICM, "I think that NOW l« the beat time to build, remodel ««d repair beeanae . . , " GUT YOtJB FREE $1,000 k FREE PRIZE CONTEST BLANK KERB : , .1 BOTSFORD LUMBER CO, iiiiiiiuwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiMiiiiiiiimuiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHfl I Mrs. C. B. Chlpman have nevs of the birth of a son Ind Mrs. Willis Chipman jit Milwaukee. This made Chlpmans grandparents j Gfest Day— ' Burt women attended -. Irian Aid guest meeting at fck last week Tuesday, and fclso attended a similar af- nton Friday. [esthetics to Patients— Clapsaddle, medical stu- er( se c own City, Is giving, anaes- Meurer, It the university hospital Johnson, foer. His father is Dr. J. kiddle here. AT WESLEY HAVE NEW OFFICERS Wesley, June 26-^Sixty Catholic Daughters attended installation Wednesday night of new officers. .Mrs. Alyce Bough, Emmetsburg, state deputy, installed: Mrs. Florence Ravlin, grand regent; Mrs. Hazel Studer, vice regent; Helen Kent,'monitor; Mrs. Helen Klein•peter, lecturer; Mrs. Bernice Richardson, historian; Susie Pfiffner, financial secretary; L/eona Siemer, treasurer; Mrs. Clara L. Haverly, organist; Mrs. Josephine Lickteig, prophetess;- Mrs. Anna Loeblg and Emma Studer, directors.' The next meeting will bo held August 30. .The Legion -Auxiliary .will'.meet next week Monday night, with Mrs. George Vitzthum as hostess, and officers will be installed: Mrs. Edna Flom, president, Mrs. Viola Studer, vice; Mrs. Mary Forburger, secretary; Mrs. Josephine treasurer; chaplain; Mrs. Mrs. Helen Clara Boy Married— Meads have received an- lent of the wedding of Mar|i, former 'Burt hoy, to: Jos- ances Ellck, June 10 at lend, Ind. her Bnrt News. I Jones, Des Moines, spent L at Aaron Taylor's. Her Mrs. Ralph Uones, the oth- , and Herman Dau, also ies, spent from Tuesday to ; Taylor's. |Chlpman, daughter . Vera, L Lillian Sheldon were -Ma-' ' visitors last week Tiies- G. «. McMullens were iont the same day. Bewick went to Ames Tues- attend a short course for (custodians. Mrs. Sewick ler daughter, 'Mrs. Kenneth netsburg. Mrs. Maynard . Beck- frislted at Belmond Thura- 1 Friday they and Marian ion attended a celebration , Minn. ' Moore, Wesley, tame jek Tuesday for a few days grandparents, Mr. and 1 Moore, and Burt friends. 1 Mrs. Kenneth, Anderson, I Minn., arrived recently <pr |at Glenn Anderson's, The just married. •James Kelly, Algona, spent and Thursday with her Hauptman, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Moran Flom, Mrs. Martha Welter, Mrs. Selma Alne, executive board. Business Men Legion Hosts— .The business men entertained the Legionnaires at a smoker in the lodge rooms last week Tuesday night, 35 attending. Duane Sherman gave an interesting report on a week's stay at the Boys' State at Fort Des Moines the first week In June. Duane was sent by the local Legion post. Vee Mullin reported • on Junior Legion ball, sponsored by the post. A subscription of $13 was taken up for a treat for the ball boys and expenses. Lunch was served by the business men as a return courtesy for a similar entertainment sponsored by the Legion some months ago. ,.|Easterners are Guests Here- Relatives from New Jersey who arrived last week Monday to visit the Ben" Schrauths, Barbara Schrauth, and the Leo Millers are: Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn, Mrs. Flynn's- sister. Ruth Miller, two children of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lilly (Thelma and Robert). Mrs. John Flynn is a sister o£ Leo Miller, north of Wesley. The visitors remained for the week and a family picnic Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. _ Out-of-Towners at Shower- Out-of-town attendants 'at a Hildman shower were Mrs. Charles Pommerening, daughter Maria, Mrs. George Scuffham, Mrs. Herman Lyons, Algona; Mrs. Bryan Bee club and families Asa, Mrs. Rae Hutchison, Mra. Wa- fobo party at Carl Bahling's vel Moyer, Mrs. Bob Kain, Sexton,. evening; Mrs. Cliff Young. Mrs. James Imiler, Grundy Center, has Kain, Mrs. George Kain, Mrs. Edw. Kdto teach 5th and 6th Kain, two daughters, all of Hum here. Creek; and Mrs. Jos. Hildman, Whitney and Warner re- Brltt, daughter Ruth Mary. week" 1 - Monday for r . CottonWood, Minn., where they are visiting the women's parents ten days. Lucille Hanig is caring for Craig Kou!ba and the household duties. •The Henry Swansons, Jos. Goetz family, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond, Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Friedow, daughter Carol, Mrs Otto Larson, the William Oiffords, and the telghton Andersons, all of -Britt, drove to Armstrong Sunday to join Mrs. Ruth Sparks and the Howard Sparks family for the day at Iowa Lake near Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Ihno Gerdes, daughters Sylvia Ann and Lavon, Mrs. Fred A. Diekmann, son Robert, Mrs. Arthur Bottom, daughters Jean and Mary Ellen, and the L. L. Leases spent Thursday afternoon and evening at Mason City, where Mr. Lease v and the young folks appeared oh a Legion program via KGLO. The William Nelsons, Mrs. Emma Gunderson, ' son Merle, Mrs! Van Kloster, and her children, all of Clermont, came Sunday for a surprise visit at their sister Mrs. J. C. Skow's and to help her celebrate a birthday. Mrs. Eddie Farnum, L*j " Mars, spent several days last -,veek with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs . P. C. Haynes. Mrs. Rudy Larson came home one day last Week, after three weeks with a brother at Centerville. Mrs. Earl Punk entertained the Stitch & Chat circle of the Methodist Aid at her home last week Tuesday. Mrs. J. B. Weiland Jr. was hostess to the Willing Workers circle Wednesday. Mrs. Alfred Erdman entertained her bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Arlo Dawson and Mrs. Leo Bleich won first and second respectively. Mrs. E. M. Olson and Mrs. Lou Goetz were guests. The Charles Knappers, of Los Angeles, arrived last week Monday to visit the home folks. Chas.' father, John Knapper, was buried two weeks ago, but Charles could not come then. The R. C. B a u e r s returned Wednesday from northern Minnesota, where they fished a few days. Calix Bauer, brother of R. C. at St. Cloud, went with them. Mrs. R. K. Richardson has been brought home from the General hospital, Algona, where she had spent a week receiving treatment for a severe case of hives. The Rev. and Mrs. Ole Thomp»on, Minnesota, who had (been visiting a son at Clear Lake, were Thursday night supper guests at LfRRHRm Department Stores tttllllllllllllllllllllllllHIK Sale Starts Wednesday , Morning June 28 MANAGERS BARGAINS GALORE IN THIS BIG 10-DAY MANAGER'S SALE BUY NOW—SAVE SALE Sale Starts Wednesday Morning June 28 YOU CAN'T AFFORP TO MISS ftilS UNUSUAL BARGAIN EVENT BE HERE EARLY •£'•' FINE QUALITY SHEETS 81x99 Size Regular 89c value Special for the MANAGER'S SALE D 45x24 Marq. Panels A Regular 39c value — D _._ D Ladies' Batiste Gowns Assorted Colors Regular 36-in. Dress Laces Ideal for Summer Frocks — 77c FAST COLOR PRINTS 86-inch—Fast Color Our regular 15c quility. Buy now for SCHOOL BBESSIJIS C D 27-in. White Outing 71/ Very Special Price Z. § ' D Panne Satin Slips Xace Trim or Tailored D Child's Sheer Dresses $ 1 'Asanrted fttvles. sizes 1 to 12 _2 for ** • 42x36 PILLOW CASES Regular 15c Quality. Buy several now 98-lb. Flour Sacks Full Bleached — Perfects 36-INCH BROWN MUSLIN Unusual Quality at this Special Price — Full Fashioned Hose Chiffon or Service Jftfe. Ladies' White Purses New Summer Styles 49c 88c .Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Du- Double Thread Towels Colored Borders. Our regular 15c number. A real SALE. VALUE C D D 42-in. Pillow Tubing Linen Finish—Regular 25c Child's Wash Suits Sizes 1 to 6—Dressy Styles Ladies' Crepe P. J.'s .Sizes 1ft and 17, Special — Stevens Linen Crash Regularly 22c. 100% Pure Linen. 18-inch width. A REAL BARBAIN 1C 11 ID • n D Child's Summer Anklets Large Ass't^-Begular lOc — Men's Wash Pants Only a lew left —— Infants'Knit Vests Summer Weight —1 Part Linen Crash Colored Borders—Special _.—— . Youth Diet -ddenlyon Coast June 26^-Mr. and Mrs. her I Kent received word Thurs- lhat thelr youngest had been found by his landlady S 1 ? alit " Deatb * as heart disease. Richard , Room Opened— „„ „„„ lunch room at the H. H, Meyers Service station at the west edge of Wesley was opened There is drive-in-service cold drinks, and Mrs. Mey- at the brother, Lewis Jr., Jimmy, youngest son of Mr, and is expected hwe Mrs, Ernest Sheets, Brltt, and funeral »er- "brought home from the U at St. Joseph's pital at Iowa City one day Tuesday, the Rev, week. An operation was pei " ed on one of his hips, which Is *"* ^ »-^- , ,_ Art waa- In a cast he wiu months. Vou 3 e» your money* worth wh«n buying Pratt & Lambert HOUK Painti The price p«r 3«H«>n m*y *>« • »* hisher, but «'« the dieapest m*e end because ft spread* farther, took* better and last* lonscr. PRATT * LAMiERT HOUSE PAINT withstands the extreme* of weather; sheds dirt; retain* it* fresh, deani appearance; is durabk and beauhful. Don't be misled by low price*, worth- Ie,» g uarantee.orby«trava9tnt claim* for *om« of the w-caBed di*- coverie*." Cheap paint»jre_— sive at any price. Theybreakdown quickly and often* must be entirely removed before a good paint can be appfed. BMy RAYON TAFFETA SLIPS Sizes 34 to 44 . Adjustable Straps Regular 69c yalue. A REAL BARGAIN D 32-pc. Dinner Sets $4 gQ Serrlce for Six — "• w ** D Mixing Bowl Sets Asaortedf 8 Colors to 8«t— D Enamel Sauce Pans Triple Coated—Red-White FREE! FREE! To the first 100 ladies buying an item from this ad we will give absolute free a very useful and beautiful kitchen towel. D Regular 3.98 Dresses 9 Qg •Spun Bayons—Special fc« W D Paper Window Shades Tan or Green—3«-ln, br 6 ft. D Water Tumblers White or Green -8 for PLAID WASH CLOTHS You can never hare ^^ too many at this price —— •flrW HIT AND MISS RAG RUGS 18x80 size—can be used in any room 81"xl05" Bedspreads QQ C Krinkle Constructicn „_ W**»» D Childs' Sun Suits Sizes 1 to '6—Fast Colors Boys' Dress {Shirts Sires 6 to 1ft ... 39c 49c D Chenille Bedspreads $A QC Mt<c10K RlEB—A«MHrbtd RolorH ^»WW 81-INCH SHEETING Brown or Bleached. Finest Quality Another Manager's SALE BARGAB D 7-pc. Water Set Jug and Six Tumblers D Enameled Pails 10-t Gr» 1C D Enameled Pish Pans Gray 14-qt. Size-special W COWAN BUILDING CO, Bl&rfiSSr. two months ago. Red-White Enamelware large assortment, Reg* ular 7»c. rajves, BUT SEVERAL at --, v- « Cut Glass Stemware Assorted Jtems-«pecial D P D 3ench Hampers J1 Eiawe»e4— As»orte4 Colors r -------- *^ * Plate Glass Mirrors 80rlBck Slie— Iteady-to-Wear 24x36 Plaid Rag Rugs Assorted colors, able. You can afford SEVERAL AT TfllS SPECIAL PRICE 275, Algona -• - • ' k, '•.•'': a - ! "i,^'j}-' * \: ' i - ' ' >-.' £' ~i : -Vi.'t' '

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