Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1939 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 11, 1939
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|»AGfi BIGHT MRS, ASHING, 85, DIES AT WILSON HOME Funeral services were held Sunday at 10 o'clock at the McCullough chapel for Mrs. Melissa Ashing, who died Saturday morning at Church Wedding Here Sunday— Helen Redemske and Kenneth Strickler were married Sunday morning at 9 o'clock at the Pres- -byterlau church in a single-ring ceremony performed by the Rev C. W. Pfeffer, pastor. . The bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Redemske, were in attendance. Irene Halues. bride, daughter 6:45 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Wilson. The Rev. F. : C. Volzke officiated. Mrs. Ned Hardgrove sang a solo. The body was taken to Grinnell, where further services were held at 4:30 at the home of Mrs. Martin Eichorn, friend of Mrs. Ashing. The pastor of fche Friends church there officiated, and burial was! ATniTw o'nrt'^hif" was in Blue Point cemetery, seven °'Adding cakf miles south of Griunell, beside'the 1 wedddn S cake, grave of husband and a son. Satire of Indiana. cousin of of Mr. and the Mrs. Archie Haines, and Howard Redemske, brother of the bride, attended the couple. Therbride and bridesmaid wore street-length dresses of orchid color, with white accessories and white corsages. A wedding dinner was served at 'he home of the bride's the tables decorated in with was .born January Mrs. Ashing 12, 1854, at Mooresville, Ind., daughter of Martin and Esther Burrows. When she was two years old, her parents brought her to Grinnell, and she lived there till The bridal couple will live in au apartment at 1120 north Roan street. Mr. Strickler attended CCtmnr ADVANCft. AL00 union last week Sunday at Elmer Mfg. 8. ». wdsra spent Mfg. 1. 0. ttftke*, who bag bee their daughter (Jr for a week at the Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jaspefson's, near sick ten days with tion, Is improving, eluding the H B. N., cared for her, Rofckwell .City Satu day, attending . a junior Legion bal . „„„ --.i.j, Ralph Hofer, Goodell, and the tto- fer daughter, Mrs. MoNulty, Bel- bond, with her husband. flolf i'arty Tomorrow— A July Country club party will •be held tomorrow (Wednesday) on the grounds with morning,' followed golfing in the one o'clock luncheon and bridge at the clubhouse. Mrs. T. H. Holmes is chairman; Mrs. Herman Hauberg, cochairman. Tarty for S. 8. 'Class--. ' The Methodist /.Bible Searchers class will have a party this afternoon at the 'Ambrose A, Call state lark shelter house, and it will be followed by a covered-dish sup- >er. Each member Is to take sandwiches, dishes, and a covered dish. school at Atlantic. He has 'been employed at the Rising elevator four years. Mrs. Strickler was graduated from the local high school in 1935. — — - •"».«• mole (.mi She was in Georgia and Texas a tnree years ago. She married Hi-1 year with Mr. and Mrs Gall Pettlt ram Ashing December 9, 1877, and, returning a year ago in May The six children were born. Pettits formerly lived here After the death of her husband I, three years ago, Mrs. Ashing came lj<1 £ion 'Anx* Jfamcs Delegates— here to live with her daughter. At! JVIrs - L ' w - F °*. president of the about that time she was overcome local Legion Auxiliary and Mrs by heat, and she never fully recov- Fred Bartholomew, secretary, were ered. She was sick only a few days ' e! ected delegates Friday night to before her death, which followed | a state convention to he held a a heart attack. Th LlYlnj? Children. Survivors are the five children: Ira, Mountain Grove, Mo.; Mrs. George Wilson, Algona; Charles, of Laurel; James, Des Moines; Robert, of California. There are 14 grandchildren and 13 great- grandchildren. Out-of-town relatives who came for the funeral were a niece, Mrs. Edw. Leadbetter, and .her .husband, Sioux City, and James Ashing. They accompanied Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. J. B. Johnston Jr., and Mrs. Iris Ashing-Worster to Grinnell. A grandson, Floyd Ashing, and his wife, Davenport, another grandson Mildred Green, Renwick, and Ira Ashing attended jit Grinnell. Ball Player is Hnrt Bob, 14-year-old son of Mr. and . . ____ - ___ .. Mrs. H. E. Stephenson, collided | Walker, A. L. Brown, with a barbed wire fence while he " -----was running after a ball in a game at Hand's Park Sunday and suffered cuts on both legs. They were severe enough to keep him In bed four or five days. TVlns Toe-Dancing Shoes. Joan Schoiby, daughter of the Fred Schobys, won a pair of toe- dancing shoes given by the Cape- Burlington August 9, 10, and 11 The first vice-president, Mrs. H. E Stephenson, and Mrs. Maurice A Bartholomew were alternates. Officers elected in June were installed by Mrs. Joseph E. Pelisek, a past president. Announcement was made that the Algona unit ranked fourth in gross receipts in the eighth district. May 27, being exceeded only •by Fort Dodge, Estherville, and Carroll. I Following the business meeting, refreshments were served, and auction bridge was played. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew won high, ant Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew wa second. Mrs. Henry Bunkofske was th chairman of the committee Ii charge, nvith Mesdames F. Ear Burgess, Tom Halpin, Charle and Glen Rauey assisting. Taxicab Driver is Wed— Minnie, daughter of Mrs. C. O Eugquist, Red Oak, and Elbe, son of Mrs. G. E. Van Dorston, Clear Lake, were married in ' a single- ring ceremony Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the manse here of the Rev. A. English, who performed the ceremony. Thelma Other Society. The Presbyterian Missionary so clety will meet Thursday at th church, with Mesdames Frank Gei gel, M. W. Ferguson, and Bertha Stock as hostesses. Emelle En dersou, missionary in an American hospital at Hamadau, Iran (Per sla), will speak. The Union township Mothers & Daughter's club will meet Thursday at Mrs. Carrie Bourne's here Beth Annis assisting, and roll call will be answered with names of noted composers. Music will toe furnished by Mrs. Allen H. Wood. The C. S. D. W. club meets today (Tuesday) with Mrs. Ethelyn Banker. There are 12 members and the women spend their 'time at sewing, knitting, or crocheting. Mrs. R. W. Roeder entertained tne Laf-a-Lot bridge club Wednesday. Mrs. Bert Cronan won high; Mrs. L. A. Wlnkel, travel; air' Mrs. M. J. Duffy was low The 'Wa-Tan-Ye club will mee at 6:30 tonight in the Hotel Al gona's Blue Room for dinner an a business meeting. ... Hank .... having been as sociated for a time with C. H Clement. Mrs. K. A. Scheme! and Mrs. .. O. Norton left for the Okobojls yes tei'day for the weefc at the Norto .cottage. • • 1 George Carmody, who had minor operation last week, < wa back in his law office here Mon day. Frances Duffy, O f the count treasurer's office, spent a vacation last week at her Whlttemore home A Woodman certificate held b' the late N. E. Bartlett has been al lowed and paid by the society. Mr. and Mrs. E. Dreesman, will — f ,--»-», +j j t iit l_/d (Jt!~ i *• .^.^IA tut \jVZL C cio Shoe Co., Chicago, for selling Van Dorston, sister of the bride- tne most tickets to the recent reel-1 groom, and Mrs. Van Dorston were tal given by Bernice Stock's danc- the Olll y attendants. ing school. Masonic Picnic Announced. A county Masonic picnic will be at the fair grounds next Sun- aay beginning at one o'clock All Masons and other members ot their families are Invited. Helps Rededicafc Church. District Supt. J. C. Buthman gave the sermon at a 50 year re>• * r. ° n ° f the Corwl th Methodist church last week Sunday. Victim of Poison Ivy. Corwith, July 10— Frank Bunting has been confined to bed with a oad case of ivy poisoning wore shoulder flowers HOSPITALS KOSSUTH. July 5—Clifford Gardner, Swea City, and Alfred Christensen, Algona, medical; Mrs. Parsons, Algona; Mrs. George Schlief, Algono boy; Mrs. Harm Helmers Algona girl. July 6 — Mrs. Garnet DeBruyu, Woden, medical; Marcia Downs, St. Benedict, minor surgery July 8—Mrs. Merle Johnson, and Mrs. Robert Frlesburg, both of Bancroft, boys. July 9—Mrs. Ralph Leist, Irvington, boy. GENERAL. July 6—Margaret Kramer and Joseph Kramex. Bancroft, tonsil- adenoidectomies; Everett Seeman Sexton, medical. July 7—Merlin Hinder, Woden minor surgery; Mrs. Otto Wehr- spann, Ottosen, surgery. Small Loans Up to $300 The bride wore a light blue lace dress with white accessories, and Miss Van Dorston wore a pink dress with white accessories. Both corsages of mixed The newlyweds are living here Mr Van Dorston recently established a local taxi service. Club Invited to Lake- Members of the Birthday club to which the late Mrs. W. C. Dewel belonged have, in accordance with custoTii, been invited to spend the week of July 14-21, in which her birthday fell, at the Dewel cottage at Clear Lake. The women are Mesdames J. 0. Paxson M P Weaver, T..P. Harrington, M. P.' Haggard, A. L. Peterson. Al Falk- enhainer, S. E. McMahon, C B Murtagh, K. D. James. Win K' Ferguson, H. E. Rist, D. H. Goeders, and E. C. Dickinson. Jasnersons in Get-Together— The Jaspersou family had a re- City and County I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronan, Toledo, were guests over the Fourth of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Donald still has his variety store. Mrs. If. W. Pletch and her daughter Joan arrived Monday from Mankato for .two weeks with Dr - and Mrs. W. D. Andrews. M. F. Aiufohr got home Monday from Yellow Lodge Park, Wis., where he had spent a few days with other brush salesmen. The Albert Olsons went to Blue Earth Sunday to attend a Hamilton-Story old settlers picnic. Mr. Olson is in 'WPA employ, Mrs. EHn Laird returned Sunday 'rom a week with her daughter, Mrs. Theo Aulman, at the Aulman cottage at the Okobojls. Money 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 fanners, Autos refinanced—payments re- dnced Our friendly service is available o both married and single persons. We have helped many with heir financial problems through our modernized loan service. -Let s help yon. P. J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa • ' Phone 22 , General Insurance Agency.: » friend, Mrs. o. c. Courte. girlhood . . . and Mrs. Henry Furat lef Saturday evening for a week" Yesl A new world right in your own home where your outlook on life can be changed in twenty-four houn from one of summer discomfort and care to one of complete relaxation and peace of mind. Enjoy greater comfort by day and sound restful sleepat night in rooms which are up to fifteen degrees cooler. OIMCO Rock Wool stops more heat than • ten-foot-thick concrete wait It lasts as long as your house—never has to be replaced nor replenished. Yet with all these advantages, QIMCO Rock Wool costs much less than many thinner, less efficient Insulation materials. Enjoy this greater comfort for only F.S.. CO Al] • ; LUMBER ALGONA,] a few cents a day under the QlMCO Finance Plan. No down payment is necessary. Phone us for free estimate. Find how your winter fuel savings wilt pay the cost GUARANTEED check! tho •un'» hut In sam- •holdt in fur- ~^™ - , m«r—noioi in rur- •«» •-.»«»*« o«c«he«tlnwlntoi. at Bralnerd, Mlria , dMfhter of Mr/ Mrs. C B Si J Size tOCK WOOl HOUSI INSULATION &SON PAINT PHONE 229 Buy %>* m By the Case On the farm or in the city don't be without Pen,, r i „ I meals; at meal time, drink Pepsi-Cola. eps '-Cola. B>t»J FORT SOLD EVEBYWHERE Distributed by BOTTLING WORK |iiiiiigiH 1 A Sensational Combination Summer and Spring i i • ' • <f~^. • i \ ^^^ THANK YOU! THAME you! For all the friendship and patronage. It's been fine,. And' be sure- to stick to D-X gas—It Pays!:— Johnson's D-X SERVICE YOU'LL LIKE OUR SERVICE Off AOTOMOUILES LIVE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FUKN1TUKK, ETC. Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE GO Next to Upper DCS Phone 126 Moines office Algona, Iowa DR. G, G. SHIERK PODIATRIS1 (Foot Specialist) Corns,. Callouses, .Hammer Toes, etc., are often the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by prompt attention. Don't neglect your feet. Hutchison Bldg. - Algoua Plione 250-W. Ever dreamed of owning your own Farm? SURE YOU HAVE ... and here's how you can do. it;, and do it easily! OPPORTUNITY FAKMS-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 VER$ BQ TH THE INTEREST AND THE PRINCIPAL I These farms offer a real opportunity to any man who wants to own a home and a business of his own. So stop paying rent! Be your own boss. Buy your own farm! For complete details on Opportunity Farms, get in touch with ... J. E. HAYES 12 »/2 East State Street Algona, Iowa Phone: 446 For Northwest Iowa /amis OPPORTUNITY FARMS Every farm listed as an OPPORTUNITY FARM, to earn that name, must have: Adequate, sound, weather-tight buildings, we " - P alntcd i Improved soil, good draln- ^u" nd ""PO-Hy Planned crop rotation. OPPORTUNITY FARMSare available for smallcashpayment.easy.long.tiruetcrma. HI LLES STORE Three Days Only - Thursday, Friday and Saturday* July 13,14 and IS A clean sweep of eyery spring coat, suit, silk dress and all summer garments Except childrens and ladies cotton frocks or house dresses) 6>0 garments to choose from ° • • You Must Buy * Garments Coats Over 100 choice coats go into this sale — every coat in the store. Practical Spring tweeds, dressy coats in navy and black, high colored toppers with a complete size range from 12 to 52. Also seasonable summer toppers, lined and unlined in bright colors. The greatest coat sale in year-buy a coat for Fall K you can use only one garment, bring In a friend or neighbor because we must sell two garments. YOU BUY ONE Suits Here's an opportunity to buy a Fall suit 2 for 1. Every suit in the stock goes—nothing reserved. .Staple navys, blacks, and greys in plain tailored models, as well as smart combinations (plaid and check jackets, plain skirts). Also white and tropical summer suits—seasonable garments for right now. Buy a suit. GARMENT Dresses All dark Spring silk dresses are included in this sale — navy, black, and figured sheers in »iz- eV from 12 to 50. Also our COMPLETE SUMMER LINE OF SILK AND NOVELTY DRESSES—never before placed on sale in a 2 for 1 sale. Hop- sakings, Sea Mists, linens, crashes, novelties—nothing reserved—a clean sweep. Still Plenty of hot weather ahead. FREE The 2 for 1 Sale is so simple—no restrictions entire stock and get ANOTHER ABSOLUTELY reputation of 69 years in business, behind it. ~ ' garments. stock D u Salesladies - select one garment from our time - tested sale with our TWO FOR ONE SALE" v ir ' Alw f ^ * T' ^ wit oALfe. You must buy two 1 CO-OPERATION OF REAL ESTATE BROKERS WELCOMED ^^^^yssr 1 ™ cARMrajMirSol^SAWAM lilllllliiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiin... ^w W-W ww ^ BARRY'S S -y-'

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