Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1939 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 27, 1939
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Blamed for Accident Bttfeball's Birthplace Dedicated 00 RIVEN BY ETHFRASER the road on the Is slightly Mrs Vern Barker, , Mrs. Dora ffras- the latter's daugh- attended a Rut- Barker's, of They, also NORTHRUPSIN FAMILY MEET AT tU VERNE CHASING POWER MOWER LAYS UP SCHOOL JANITOR AT LIVERMORE at Sid K found Mrs. Barker, 1 'Elsie Rutledge, recup- liriH n injuries suffered .In pdent when the .Barker '•'iotout ot control in a f^n the road with Mrs. it \iie wheel. Among oth- ugrshe suffered several Hf" A woman companion, loiisly injured, was taken iiltal. _ : • l|i Newspaper Plctare— nd Mrs. W. A. Dutton, Al£d Minnie Stark, Puluth, ,.(«Wednesday at Walla'ce r'g, ..-Mrs. Ruth; Dutton, iiflthiher : daughter,.;Mrs. lU r, received a new.saaper Celebration of baseball's centennial-whlch began officially this week-will focus attention of tourists in the East on Cooperstown, N. Y., where America's national sport was originated by Abner Doubleday. A new Baseball Hall of Fame, housing mementos of the sport's greatest figures, is open to tourists in ^TnTn '» lhe P hoto> William Seattle, curator, Is showirife a bat with whltn Babe Ruth made 27 home runs to two town boys and Miss Bernice King, of Detroit, who stopped en route to the World's Fair. TJ» bo»« a» .!oseo£ Sapienta (left) and.Eugene Merer. Detroit^ ;arid ;< fit Ibis picture, taken when he j' Nancy "Brown's . sixth an- Inrise 'service: It was the [service he attended. He is fyears old. • for the Barretts- Mrs. Virgil Barrett, of paents of a daughter, s 21. There are two other Mrs. Barrett is the for- [aud Raney, and she taught |here some years ago; later kg at Ledyard, where she Ir. Barrett, also a teacher fjlr. Barrett is now superin- of the Troy consolidated Troy is southeast of Des TOM ^HVM&WEBDINGIS GIVEN FOR GUEST DAY AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock, June 25—IA total of I Flaig, and Emil Kraft attended 100 attended the annual guest day I guest day of the. Methodist Aid at the high J Reunion is Held— lewitt reunion was held Siin- ; the Ambrose A. Call park, Approximately 100 in attend- Mrs. Mary Lamberty, of la, was present for the .(first 114 years. ,.'.,• i Brother.is Stricken— "'"'.' «an 'received ;word,:BVI|day I critical condition of hisveld- •other, Samuel, 'at • GrlnneU; luflefed' a heavy• str.bke- last I Monday, 1 the 'seond' in three King; and 'Qgeen— , Skilling, Baltimore, was ishington, D. C., recently on a i mission-and-'Saw the King ; ueen of England. iPicnlc at State Park- ween 40 and 50 persons at: a Sunday school picnic at brose A. Call state 'park Other Inrlngtoh. i and Mrs. Hugh Raney |Ray Fitch, accompanied of the Mite society at school auditorium, last week .Tuesday afternoon. The program was: song, audience; scripture and prayer, the Rev. C. G. Sinning; welcome, Mrs. Fred Genrlch; piano duet, Mary Ann Flaig, Doris Blanchard; pantomime, Phyllis Seegebarth, Helen Jensen, Luella and Ersel Bierle, Donald Jensen; reading, Catherine Stebrltz; violin duet, Maxine Flalg, Viola Sprank; song and dance, Ruth Ellen Householder, Helen Jensen!; reading, Dorothy Jensen; piano solo, the Rev. C. Sinning; Tom Thumb wedding, Phyllis Seegebarth as minis- te,r, Helen Jensen,; father,. Phyllis Hawks;'bride, and Donald Jensen, Fenton Friday afternoon. Son In Texas — by day at Charles ore. Mrs. Calry, The Fred Genrlches left Wednesday morning for Lamesa, Tex., to visit their son Mainard, who • is a herdsman there. 'They expect to be gone two weeks. Other lone Bock. The James Ackarmans made a business trip to Forest City Thursday morning, spending tlhe remainder of the day at G. J. Burl's, Armstrong. - Mr. Ackarman 'and son Donald fished. at Iowa lake.*-*.The Rev. and,; Mrs. Carl Sinning attended 'a . mission " festhriiF''at Kamrar last, week' Tuesday* even- Lu Verne, June 26—A Northrup family reunion was held last week Sunday at A. H, Dialler's here. Mrs. John Northrup had got home that day from Hillsboro, Wis., wherp she,spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Basil Koob, and Mrs. Koob accompanied her here. Among other guests were the Gerald Herbeners, Mason City, Mrs. C. B. Hill, Fort Dodge, and the latter's three children. The other women are daughters of Mrs. Northrup. Another guest was Charles Northrup, Minot, S. D., who was making his first visit here in 20 years. 'Charles was a brother of the late John Northrup. Grants Entertain Guests— 'Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant and Harry Brown had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles McMahon Sioux Falls, and the McMahon son Raymond, Mrs. McMahon is a niece of Mrs. Grant, but they had not met before in 17 yeairs. The McMahons, who were en route to Arkansas, were to visit o'ther relatives li Missouri and at Kansas City, and are to return August 1. The Grant! had as other guests last weel Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Walrod Lake View; Mr. and Mrs. Charle Brown, Auburn, daughter Alma Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders, • Sex ton; Mr. and. Mrs. '.Ernest , 'Gugger Renlwick, and their little, daughte De .Marls; :Mr.> and>' : Mrs.>'Wally:j Buddolf, vLotfrvllle, sons'» Harold and Lyle. , : . . . v .. •-. -i Pastor at Ministerial School— * The Rev. Harvey Nelson spent last week at Indianola, where he attended a ministerial school at Simpson college. Mrs. Nelson and the son Byron visited Mrs. Nelson's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Bergman, Arthur, and her sister, Mrs. C. E. Munson, Whiting. Marlene Munson, who had spent a month here, went home Livermore, June 26—'Jack Sykes, school custodian, is havnig trouble caused by too great distances at walking. The school board bought a walking power 1 lawn mower for him, and he felt pretty good about t; but when he tried'to cover/four ores in a day and covered some 25 miles, the muscles of his right leg balked, and he has been confined o home most of the time since. Vow he is wondering which is best, he old way or the 'get through quick" method resulting in a bum eg. hange In Band Leaders— Edwin Ophelm, who for some seasons led the Llvermore band, ms contracted with the Goldfleld municipal band to take over leadership there. His son Robert, o ;ood mustcian, has also contracted o play with his father's band. Al- vnl Bredall; of the school faculty, las been hired to take the place of Mr. Ophelm here. •* Behonnek RennloB. Held— A reunion of relatives of Mrs. cen'tly, 40 attending at the Behounek farm, west of town. People came from Pocahontas, Rolfe, Albert City, Chelsea, and Livermore. Birthday-Party at Hanifah's— ' There was a June^ birthday party at Bart Hanifan's, south of town, Sunday, June,.18, 30 relatives attending.' Mayor Ole Nelson was in charge. Other Llvermore News. , Helen Underberg, who spent a few days with a sister at Bradgate, has come home. Mrs. Bertha Carrel and Maxine Bell, West Bend, were visiting local friends last week. Mrs. Carrel still has property interests here. Violet Seward has returned from Mank'ato, where she visited relatives. She was accompanied here by Charlotte Tuste. Miss Seward is the daughter of Louis Seward. Mrs. J. C. Tuttle left Thursday for Central City, called by word of | Minn., and Minneapolis the serious sickness of an aunt, relatives. She was accompanied as far as' Mrs. John Frederick was hostess pie Lawn, both faculty members here, when Mrs. Domer was Miss Patterson and lived at the Tuttle home. Mrs. George Roepke was recent- .ly hostess to the 1 Pinocle < club," and Mrs. Howard Hoffman won first prize. Guests other than, members included Mrs. Opheim, Mrs. E. Miller, and Clam Malin. , t Mrs. Larry Lucas and daughter Connie have returned from Cedar Rapids. They were joined there by Mr. Lucas over the June 18 weekend. Mr. and Mrs. James Elder, with the daughter Irene, have returned from Spencer, where they attended a reunion of the Elder family. The Farm Bureau met at L. L. Frederick's Thursday evening. Mrs. Edgar Watts was in charge of the program. Mrs. Lester Smith, and daughter Shirley have gone to Stlllwater, to visit LU VERNE Mr. and Mrs.' Wayne Dornberger, Sioux Palls, have returned from Denver, and when they came . for their daughter Peggy, who was here during their absence, Carmen Wermersen Went to Sioux Falls with them for a visit. J. L.. Lichty was at Mason. City last week[Monday'va'hd Tuesday attending a postmasters' convention. ,|» flV , W,; I PLUMBING] KITCHEN CABINET sinks save "kitchen mileage." Very latest ideas. Convenient and beautiful. See us. LAING & MUCKEY Phone 464 Algona, Iowa Louis Behounek wUs -held here re-|Tarln by Mr. and Mrs. Domer, Ma- to the Methodist Aid Wednesday. I with Mrs. Nelson. K'Ball Teams for Girls- Organization of a girls' kitten- ball league has been completed. Some 20 girls have begun practice, j They have named themselves the Lu Verne Lucky Leaders and have chosen officers: president, Maxine Smith; vice, Carmen Wermersen; •secretary-treasurer,' • Marjorle-'' McClellan; : 'manager, Dorothy Linde' Edy in Marty AJann.0, viiui*, »•»« *^w..»*.« w ~«« , iVilUlIttl IttaL.WtSBIl 1. UOOUttJ ".C VCU t .. ' _ . . . ... . , . ...^-l- brldegrobmirErvin. Frye, best;.man,. lug , t he^Rev.'.Mr: SinnltfgVfather ^er^^t hei-^omer. last • ^week Ersel: - BieYle, bridesmaid, Ruth Kraft, flower girl, Luella Bierle, Bride's, mother, witnesses, Bonnie Jensen and Ruth. Householder. Leaves for Connecticut- being pastor, o't the Ray Snyder and Ernest Asleson, Lotts Creek, attended 'a creamery association meeting at Lost Island Thursday. Mrs. AsleBOti/spent"the day with Mrs. Snyder.*' Dorothy Dacken returned last week from. Curlew, where she taught daily vacation bible schoel two 'weeks.'' She- entertained' as Wednesday evening dinner guests a Mr. Drowns, Curlew, and the visiting at Lakota, Rev. S. M. Gladstone. Dorothy left avon j nl , fnr a vifllt . Thursday for Connecticut to spend the summer. The V. V. Fryes • spent i Sunday with Mrs. Frye's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wunder and daughter Clara at Des Moines. Charles Zoller, who has been Tuesday, 15 attending, and though visiting occupied a greater part of] thei afternotoh* games were played and:'lunch was ^served. Mrs. F. G. Haglst and- Bert ;;Hagist, Chicago, were out-of-town-'guests. Sunday School Has/Picnic— The annual ; piciiic of the Evan- geHcal t Sunday 'school was held- at thei-local park last week Tuesday. Baseball, races, other contests, |P. W. Cairy, Sioux City, vis- Raney's with her llers Betty and Louise, came Rend the annual Raney'' reun- |t the fairgrounds Sunday, returned to Sioux City Mon[Mrs. Cairy and • Mrs.'-Hugh r visited the George Johnsons, ITitonka, Wednesday evening. Iraine and Joan Thoma*B, Han- Pn.will come to M. L. Ron- [thls week Wednesday for a TB visit with Shirley Roney finer friends. •_0, Ii. Miller, daughter Bet- Shirley Roney were among here attending a Royal ' convention at Armstrong (Henry Scheppmans left late »«* for Great Lakes, 111., for p. flays with the son LeRoy, it at a naval training school i™ Maxwell went to Clear (Thursday for a few days with l«unt, Mrs. Russell Maxwell, |« vacationing there, ' Bunion services were held lA.p nal n C u Urch Sunda V- ^e It ! lish Deceived new mem- [to the church. tbis week Thurs- s. Jacob MaaBdam; the the same afternoon with Elevator Group Entertained— ! Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger were host and hostess at their annual chicken dinner for elevator directors and employes Thursday evening. Attending: Lemuel Marlow,, Everett Hanna, P. M. Christenson, Alex Radig, I. F. Engesser, George Nyman, and Lorenz Geitzenauer. Nine Attend Guest Day— Mesdames I. W. Nelson, Andrew homsen, Harry Hobson, Wendell Roberts, Alex '•'. Krueger, J. M. Mrs. Otis Sanders and son Glenn left last week for Renwick to visit came Friday dlnner and lunch made up the evening for a visit at Frederick 1 Schultz's. Other Lu Verne News. of Corwith, Mrs. Sanders' mother, Mrs. Glaus Helmke. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and daughter Doris Mae spent Saturday at Chester Alme's, Ottosen. A large number from here attended the funeral of, Ernest Krueger at Burt Wednesday. Mrs. Glen Mino and son, of Elmore, spent a few days last week at H. A. Wiener's. The EdW. Mprlows, east of Burt, visited Saturday afternoon at Paul Blanehard, Arend.Neeland,.Frank Olson's. St. BENEDICT ' Nick Roskopf went to Ackley last week Sunday, and will be there for some tlm«, doing carpenter work. Mrs. Nick Arndorfer and Mrs. Ben Dorr shopped a few days ago at Algona for the Sisters and the pastor, and also called on Mrs. Jos. | Clnk, near ATgona, who is president of the local Rosary sodality. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kollasch, Wesley, were Thursday evening callers at the Glen Woods home, and Glen's three sisters and one of his brothers were callers Friday evening. Mrs. Edw. Downs, Wesley, took Mrs J -O. Downs to Mason uiy Wednesday to call on the formers baby daughter, who bad an opera- tion for hernia at Mercy hospital last week Monday. Martin Rahm Jr., Devil's Lake, N. D., son of Daniel Rahm here, an'd the former's three sons, were last week visitors here, and they called Wednesday on the Philip Iramerfalls and Mrs. Carrie Erickson. They went to Tempeton Saturday to visit two sisters of Mar- ! Mrs. J. A. Zweifel, daughter Beverly, and son Cecil spent last week with Lottie and Janette Mason. Mrs. Henry Goetsch, Waterloo, and her children spent the week with Lu Verne relatives, and Mr. Goetsch came for them Sunday. Mrs. George Wermersen, Miller, S. ,D.,,was a guest at D. H. Wermersen's,. . The local circle of the Methodist Aid will meet this week Wednesday with Mrs. Herbert. Smith,. Mrs, Otto Westlihg assisting. Circle No. 3 will meet at the country home of Mrs. Arthur Benschoter. Mrs. Nell O'Connell and her daughters spent last week at Chi- .cago. They took Alice Ellis back 1 to her work there, after she had tin Jr. Orville , Downs has installed a POINT bathtub in the Sisters' apartmeat. spent two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis, Florence Hof spent Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at Waterloo, where she attended a stafe convention of cemetery officials. She is president of the local cemetery as- association. Mrs. Jesse WUley, Mrs. p wp , 0 "^ toe latter's son B's M nday vls lt°rs at will iiernf M Hard sn>ve is a mer of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest at Cairy, Sioux City, s< anii Suttdft y to take r8 ' «•*«• last week £- •" TRY US WHEN you're in a .rush--4bat's the beat test of the complete jind speedy service we render motorists. Stewart Super Service 909 & S Phone 798 Made to Order tor Fit — . At No Extra Cost Why buy mediocre, ready - made clothes, when we can turn you out like a fashion plate at the same price! Choice fabrics! K ml oi Moil III Friday, June 23 to July 1st Sensational Values all over the store just when you i-need the merchandise; TQQCt I COO les Specially purchased for this event ^and 50 . dresses from our regular stock. CLOSE OUT SALE WHITE Suits - Coats Here are summer clothe* "deluxe" in white, colored linen and- Bharlnldn-r suite. White and - dark taffeta and sharkskin jacket* and coats. 'Many garments as high. as |8. Light colored printed Bemberg sheers, spun rayon, printed and plain silk — a beautiful group of summer dresses. Sizes 18 to 20 and 38 to Regular $4, $5 •,-.•« ;•/ ..-;•• r .1 :..-••••". and $6 garments only White Linen Saiiulals and Spurt Oxfords ^ SALE Sample Line of Summer Bags 69* SALE Complete Stock Summer Hats n Good looking, different bags—in whites, pastels and linen oustanding at $1—on sale now at only White Hats, pastel hats, dark hats—all shapes, sizes and materials —values to $3.95—all on sale at __________^___________L__ <•//////////////////////////////////////////////////////.V//////S///////////////S///S//. Just in time for July 4th. Linen aandate come in medium and Ugh, sport oxfords in low heels only. \ Shirt and Slacks Farmerettes Shirt and slack suits in plain colored ehambray. Novelty Farmer- ettes, Jackets and shorts, all at Patent — Blue — iWine— Tail All Paris Fashion, Connie, Heel La** and Heel Hugger Shoes, **-*5 values. Btocte an4 oolors only u» $17.50 Man-Tailored Suits $9 $1.98 Shirley Temple Dresess | .49 $8 Spring and Summer Dresses 6.96 $7.50 Rhythm Step Shoes 6.96 $1.98 SUk and Unen Blouses — |.49 Beautiful Hose 3-threa'd chiffon Wash Frocks Entire stock of well made $1 wash dresses in sues 12 to 48, on second floor. Regular $Utt. 89c Dress Clearance Raek of higher priced dream fine' cottons and rayons, some slightly soiled. Values to $8JW. Full fashioned pure silk ring- lew hose—«even beautiful •hades. 59c 2 pair $1.10 Kresensky's A Complete Store for Ladies and Children A Grand Sale of House Slipper $98c cool comfort on HCTJftT jtl^-r 4^'^a<--i^«'^ Vi '^ •** *^jft *** v *"__" L_I^_^^^^>^Hia^i^BMiHBM^i^^B^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^IIIIIIHIRHB^^^^^^^^^^^^^K^ R ^BHIIIi H t ^P ' ' ™ J^^PIF ' ^.^^JJ^^^^BBPP 1 '^^^^^ * ^^fftr « apfStfc-rf. *•*#* ^J-' W&K&tl$&$kiif&&ka4*-. --_ .Zz& ai^y^s^KfA. i4tttf ^_ *. •^4

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