Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 27, 1939 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 27, 1939
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SPORT ENSEMBLES .ft f You'll Like . . NEW LOT THIS WEEK Red Hot Patterns All Grades ENSENADA $1.95 to beuatiful SPUN RAYONS $6.90 HUB CLOTHIERS DRINK A BITE TO EAT 1O*2*4 AMERICAN 4 HOUR ENAMEL 68c PINT A very fine enamel for th« artistic decoration on woodwork and furniture of every t description. Quick to dry and levels out perfectly. 12 colors to choose from. RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY A City Store With Country Prices CELEBRATE THE Fourth, safely, sanely. That means with a tankfull of D-X was. —Drive Around!— Johnson's 0-X SERVICE 'YOU'LL LIKE OUR SERVICE" Former AlgoHlan Takes Bride— Marcella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter. Mertz, West Bend, and Harold, son of Mrs. Minnie Blinkman, Algona, were married Wednesday morning at Sts. Peter and Paul's church, West Bend, the Rev. P. M. Dobbersteln, pastor, reading the service. Mrs. Leo Buttemore sang Ave Maria and the Benedic' tus. accompanied by Mrs. F. J. Eichler. The bride wore a floor-length silk net gown of palest blue over satin, with matching finger-tip veil held in place with a tiara of sweetheart roses. She carried a white prayer-took from which fell white satin ribbon tied with bits of fern and sweetheart roses. Her attendant was her sister, Mrs. Roman Mikes, who wore a pale light rose net dress of floor-length, with the same color of satin, and carried a colonial bouquet of roses and sweetpeas. Francis Hughes, Emmetsburg was best man. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents for members of the wedding party and the immediate families, Mrs. Blinkman and her daughter Thelnia attending from Algona. Covers were laid for 12. After a wedding trip the newlyweds will be at home at 1417 Douglas, Sioux City. The bride is a graduate of the West Bend high school, and since graduation had lived at home. The >ridegroom.,who was graduated I'om the Algona high school in 931, has been in A. & P. employ en years. He clerked in the Alona store nine years, and then erved as manager of a Cherokee tore. He is now manager of the ruit department of the Super- larket A & P store at Sioux City. Isonian IVeds Wesley Girl- Lucille, daughter " of Mr. and 'rs. Edw. Hildman, Wesley, and Delmar, son of Mr. and Mrs! C. R. Pommerening, Algona, were married this morning at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley, by the Rev. Father Wagner, pastor, in a single-ring ceremony. The bride was. given away by her brother Matthew. The bride was attired in a white satin floor-length dress with trailing veil and carried white carnations and baby breath. The bridesmaid, Marie Pommerening, sister of the bridegroom, wore a yellow floor-length dress and carried gladioli. The bridegroom was attended by Mitthew Hildman. A wedding dinner was held at the home of the bride's parents for immediate'members of the families. The bride was graduated from the Wesley high school in 1938, and the bridegroom attended the Algona schools. A wedding dance will be given this evening at the Floral hall, with the Rhythm club furnishing music. Tho couple will leave on a trip to the Black Hills, after which they v«i!l be at home -here. Mr. Pommereuiug is employed at the Stewart Super-Service station. Showers for Marlon Corey— Mesdames Maude Free and G. D. Stokes \vere hostesses at 6 o'clock picnic supper and shower Thursday evening honoring Marion Corey at the Ambrose A. Call shelter house, 25 women attending. A mock wedding was the entertainment feature. Mrs. H. D. Hutchins played the wedding march on a hand organ furnished by Mrs. W G. McCullough; Mrs. Lee Reed sang. I Love You Truly; Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson, in short skirts, was flower girl and ring-bearer (the ring in a tiger lily); Helen Corey, bride; Mrs. Edward Hanson, bridegroom; Mrs. A. A. Bishop, minister. Bernice Stock, Irrna Dee Phillips Esther Pratt, and Elaine Hil- stedt gave a miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening at Miss Pratt's for Miss Corey, who will be married July 2 to Everett Rekers. Six tables of bridge -were in play, -Mrs. , Emily Spencer and Mrs. Richard Cowan winning prizes. Miss Corey received many gifts. j Catholic Daughters Install— The Catholic Daughters held installation of officers Thursday evening at the Academy hall. Mrs. Alyce Bough, Emmetsburg, dis-j trict deputy, conducted the rites Two new officers, Mrs. William Weis, prophetess, and Mrs. Wil iam Kollasch, vice grand regen were installed and the remainin officers were reinstalled. Cour members took part in a progam o .public speaking and American government, and the "drill team dem onstrated parliamentary law. The Rev. J. M. Mallinger spok on Catholic Action, after which lunch was served to 30 members The group organized a "I-want-to Know" study club, which will mee every Monday night at the Bryan school building, with Katherine Lattin in charge. Mrs. E. J. Fitz Patrick is grand regent of the lo cal court. short program. Ruth Fleming, of Whittemore, wilt dance, accom- ipanled at the piano by her mother, Mrs. Joseph Fleming, and Mary Ann Smith, Hurt, will give a vocal solo. A "little German band" composed of Kenneth Hargreaves, Gene Zender, Roland Bode, William Lamuth, Florlan Neuroth, and Vernon Nelson, will play on the grounds between 7 and 8, all of the boys being St. < Cecelia academy students. Cresco Chums Hold Meeting— The Cresccr Chums 4-H club met Thursday at Stella Mayer's, six members, a leader, and four guests attending. Ella Harr and Esther Scheppman were chosen demonstration team. Stella gave a demonstration on cleaning the table and a talk on how and when to plant flowers. Good posture and foundation garments, also interesting centers for bedroom furniture, were Zelda Long's and Ella Harr's subjects respectively. A courtesy talk was given by Lois Barr on Do's and Dont's at the Table. Bernice Reaper and Mrs. Brown reported the recent state 4-H convention at Ames. trier's JVlday evening honoring Mrs. Vera (P< J-) Christen sen, Tuc* son, Ariz., who is visltl ig here. Three tables of bridge were in play, Mrs. N. C. Rice wim Ing high, Mrs. A. tii Kresensky, Second. Mrs. Christense'n was presented With a guest prize. Party for Three visitors— Mrs. H. W. Miller enter alned at one .o'clock..luncheon .Friday, 14 , women attending. Honor . were Leona Miller, Maple) on, Minn esota, Evelyn Kuckenbect er, Owa- , tonna. Minn., and Mrs. Leeftink, Mountain, Wis. guests Herman The di- Juvenile Honor Degree MeeU— The Juvenile club of the Degree of Honor held a district convention at the Legion hall Saturday at 10 o'clock. Clubs from Mason City and Emmetsburg were represented. A past national president, Mrs. Etta Branson, Spirit Lake, also attended. There was a picnic lunch at the swimming pool at noon. Phyllis Crawford, Algona, was crowned queen, and Gerald Jondahl, Emmetsburg, king. Phyllis Kuchenreuther, Darlene Herre, and Richard We_bster were attendants. An adult district convention will be held tomorrow at Mason City, beginning at 1:30 p. m., and attending from here will be Mesdames Roy Woolridge, Roy Roeder, George Scuffham, William Geering, William Seipman, and Merle Webster. Letts Creek 4-H'ers Meet— The Lotts Creek Lassies 4-H club met last week Tuesday at Mrs.. Lawrence Kirsch's, and roll call was answered by eight members on personal qualities most important for successful family membership. A talk was given on how to clean silver and other metals by Gertrude JCuecker, and What Rally Day Means to Me was discussed by Ruth Meine, Anna Mae Butler, delegate to the recent convention at Ames, gave a report. A round-table discussion was held on what can be done in summer to create bird shelters for winter. There were two visitors, Lucille Kuecker and Lorna Huhnke. The next meeting will be held at Ruth Meine's this week Wednesday. Party at the Clnbhon.se— „ Another patry will take place at the Country club clubhouse tomorrow evening, beginning with a two-ball foursome golf tournament at 5 o'clock. A buffet dinner will be served at 8:30, followed by a Birthday Dinner is Glren— Mrs. Fred Geigel entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday honoring Frank Geigel, who observed his 70th anniversary. Other relatives attending were Mrs. Sybilla Geigel, Renwick, her daughter Lena and son-in-law Hal Scott, the latter of Goldfield; Mrs. Dora Dean, daughter Darleue, son Donald, and his wife, all of Cprwith; Mrs. Frank Geigel, Algona; and Mr. and! Mrs. Robert May. Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Moine Yaney, Renwick, with two children, called in the afternoon. 7 OUNCES of COOL COMFORT Porous Texture of Poronet PORONET SHIRTS by WILSON BROTHERS Here's style in a shirt that's really cool. Thousands of tiny windows, cleverly woven into the design, give you air-conditioned comfort. With trim V-shaped waist and the seamless Oban collar. Cool pastel shades of blue, tan, grey and green. *2 Steele's Methodist Vf. H. 3L 8. Elects— The Methodist Woman's Home Missionary society met Thursday for election of officers: Mrs. J. Malueg, president^ succeeding Mrs. S. W. Meyer; Mrs. D. J. Bredall, first vice; Mrs. Antone Johnson, second vice; Mrs. R. R. Hutzell, secretary; Mrs. W. A. Dutton, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Albert Grooters, treasurer; Mrs. P. A. Danson, supply secretary; Mrs. V. K. Rising, Queen Esther leader; Mrs. R. M. McAtee, Mothers' Jewels leader; Mrs. Anton Dfdriksen, enten secretary. 'arty for Departing Woman- Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and Mrs. Donald T. Nugent entertained at dessert luncheon Thursday hon- iring Mrs. W. D. Eaton, who left •esterday for a new home at At- antic, to which point her husband, who is in Metropolitan Life era- Toy, was recently transferred, ""wo taibles of bridge were in play, Irs. E: A. Schemel winning high; Irs. Clarence Stewart and Mrs. .loyd Robinson, travel. Mrs. Eaton vas presented with a guest prize. nrprise Post-nuptial Shower- Mrs. Armin S'chultz was honored t a surprise post-nuptial shower unday afternoon at the Alfred chultz home. Eight families at- ended and brought refreshments, "he afternoon was spent socially nd at games. Hostess was Mau- een JBrekke, Frost, Mfnn. The hon- ree, married recently is the former Jean Ann Runchey, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Runchey. Baney Family Js Dntertaincd— Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney enter- ained 15 members of the Raney amily Sunday evening after the amily reunion: Mrs. Mabel Foxwell, Olympia, Wash,, and . her aughter Geraldine; the Harry, .aneys, West Union; Mrs. Robert !oore, Wesley, two children; Mrs. ora Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Heiter, and the Hugh Raneys, Algona. Former Algonian Is Honored- Mrs. S. E. McMahon and Mrs. M. P. Weaver entertained at bridge Thursday evening for Mrs. Harry Moore, San Antonio, Tex., who is visiting here. The party took place at the McMahon home, 21 women attending. Mrs. H. O. Buell, Burt, and Mrs. T. C. Sherman won prizes at bridge, and Mrs. Moore was presented with a guest prize. Party Honors Former Algoilan—. Mrs. H. M Hauberg and Mrs. R. H. Miller entertained at the for- version was bridge, Mrs. R L. Trl- bon winning high, Mrs. Stewart Ward, second. _ Hoile Octogenarian Fcted-L Mrs. Josle Lewison, Bode, was guest of honor on her 82lid birthday last week Sunday at her daughter Mrs. Roy Davis's. Her sons Theodore and Andrejw, Jackson, Minn., with their families, were here, and the Glen Raneys were other guests. Mrs. Raney is a grandnlece. Shower Honors Local Girl- Mrs. Edward Hanson Was hostess at a miscellaneous shojwer Pri- dya evening for Marlon Corey. Guests were Elaine Hilsteadt and 18 members of the local Beta Sigma Phi chapter, of which Miss jCqrey 'is a member. The evening was spent at games, aftdr which the honoree unwrapped mdny gifts. Theater Party for Guest— Thirteen women attended a dinner and theater party Wednesday evening honoring Caroline Frankl, Three Forks, Mont., wlio is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Frahkl. The dinner was held at Cook's lunch room. Miss Frankl was a guest in particular of Mrs. Eva Delm. Picnic at Park Planned— The St. Thomas Episcopal Guild met Thursday at Mrs. G. W. Carmean's Bancroft, and will meet again next week at the Ambrose A. Call state park for a picnic, each member to invite a guest. Other Society. The Merry Mixers club met Fri day with Mrs. John Thompson nine women attending, and the af ternoon was spent at sewing. Mrs Evert Swensson, Chicago, was a club guest. The Luhosho Campfire group held a bake sale Saturday after noon at the A. & P. store. 'Mildred Rich, leader, and Mary Cruik shank, assistant, were in charge. The Beta Sigma Phi sororitj girls meet for a 'Come-as-You-Are party tonight at the country home of Buena Raney. The chapte meets once a month in summer. . Mrs. Tom E. Dailey entertained the L<af-a-1ot bridge club Wednes day. Mrs. Bert Cronan won .high, Mrs. James Watts, travel; an< Mrs. R. W. Roeder was low. Mrs. N. C. Rice will entertain 20 women at 7:15 dinner tonight honoring Mrs. P. J. Christensen, Tucson, Ariz./- who is visiting here. There will be bridge! A Country club dance Thursday evening at the clubhouse was attended by 38 couples. Hal Stewart's orchestra, Fort Dodge, played. , 'Mrs. R. H. Guderian entertained the V. F. W. Auxiliary at a sewing bee Wednesday, 24 women at tending. Mrs. Bert Cronan will entetain the E. T. W. club tomorrow afternoon. There are eight members. Mrs. Pf»lk IMMwte, of Oiag« with her small son, went home Sunday, after two weeks with Mrs Emit Mlttag, mother of Mrs. Baldwin. They were over Thursday night guests of Mrs. Herman Moore, 'here. TAnn Gllfflere has had her Cot-' tage beauty shop enlarged and re decorated. A hew floor covering has been laid, and a new supply cabinet- added • to the < equipment. The Miller Lumber' company did the carpentry. LaVoine Hln§sdorf, stenographer at the soil conservation office, was an over-night'guest Thursday of her aunt, Mrs. U. B. Frank!, of Irvlngton. LaVorfne's mother, Mrs. Ted RIngsdorf, Burt, and Mrs. Frankl are sisters. Mr. anil Mrs. I. E. M6Douald, of Calgary, Calif., visited at John McEnroe's a few days last-week. They have been traveling In a trailer house through the South and Old Mexico and were to go to Chicago before turning homeward. Attorney and Mrs. L. E. Ltnnan and Sheriff and Mrs. Casey Loss, with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schlssel, Lakota, came home Wednesday from Lake Winnlblgoshlsh, Minn., where they had fished since Saturday. They reported fair luck. I. C. Gorder, Aberdeen, S. D., is .hew block collector for the Inter- I City and County Mr. and Mrs. H. R, Rasmussen. will move to Sac City at the end of June. Mr. Rasmussen will take a,position with the Investors' Syndicate there. He was school band 1 director here last year. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Gilbeft, Oskaloosa, were visitors at the Gilbert farm last week. Tftey left Friday for Woman Lake, Hackensack, Minn., and will be at their summer cottage there till mid- July. Bita and Ruth Will left Saturday night for a week with relatives at Chicago. They are having vacations from Doctor Sawyer's office and the Kent garage respectively. They are expected home Sunday. Ever dreamed of owning your own Farm? SURE you HAVE ... and here's how you can do it, and do it easily! OPPORTUNITY FASMS-going concerns-are being offered for a small down payment and 6% yearly. And your 6% YEARLY payment is the only payment you have to make, because it CO VERS BOTH THE INTEREST AND THE PRINCIPAL! These farms offer a real opportunity to any man who wants to own a home and a business of his owa So stop paying rent! Be your own boss. Buy your own farm! For complete details on Opportunity Farms, get in touch with... ' j ' J. E. HAYES 12'/ 2 East State Street Algona, Iowa Phone: 446 For Northwest Iowa farms OPPORTUNITY FARMS Blue Canvas ZIPPER BAGS 98c HUB CLOTHIERS national «afTe«t«* Cdi, with Afteri) At the Iwjlt McCormlck- Deerlng store. He t*ke« the place' at Sherman Anderatm, who left .fune 1. Mr. Gorder plaits to ftdttg his wife attd ah 18 frionths s6n here July 1. • ( ~ i »r. •** Mrs, Hald Shirley, loVa City, with two children, returned Thursday from two weeks at the OkobpJIs and, spent till Sunday with'*'the doctor's parents, >, Sunt. and Mrs. William Shirley, Prom lere they left for two Weeks at Washington, D. C., the 'world's fair at New,York City, and; with the doctor's brother J. W. at Lansing, Mich They will visit Male's sister, Mrs. H. J. Wlnslow, at Washtoe- on,, and at 'a Doctor Lovell'a In ew York City. ' ?-Callow*, H J «*c., are ^ of trouble. Avoid by neglect Hutchison a Home in Algona PAY FOB IT WITH So many people have said to me, 'If i had ^ house, when I started to rent in Algona hv tffi I'd own my home." And what a satisfaction u your own home! . w We List a Number of Choice Homes Priced from $2,500.00 up to $10,000.00 Several suitable for apartments or rent you raise from % to 1/3 the price? if about a home. ' i • , . Lots of building lots for those who prefer to H. D. Hutchins, Realtor Tel. 205-W. Barry Building, Algona, loj A Great Dress Sale The Chrischilles Store Just before the 4th of July, this will be welcome news — thirl great sale of summer dresses—frocks which sold at $6.75 and $8.95—at the small price of $5.00. Get a holiday dress during this sale. All new styles. LOOK over these GARMENTS In addition to a grand selection of hopsackings, Sea Mists, washable crepes and novelties, complete size ranges from 12 to 20, we have- Six white and pastel Congo suits at . Six Bradley summer string knita—12- to 20— £C A A pastel shades $5«(|U Eight summer velvetone coats — assorted sizes and colors Ten Doris Dodson junior dresses, all sizes 1 x New shipments of wanted washable Bembergs 'FOR -AJANTZEN You Can Save on .Swim Trunks. /e got too many, and for the r*. t of thi. week Jantzens are HALF PRICE $4.95 Jantzens Nnu/ $3.95 Jantzens $2.95 Jantzens $1-9.6 All Wool every farm U»ted at an OPPORTUNITY FARM, to earn that name, must have: Adequate, wound, wet>ther-ti£bt building*, i lmi»rovea *o|l, good draln- afte. and expertly planned crop rotation. CO-OPERATION OF REAL ESTATE BROKERS WELCO Clothiers

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