Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1939 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 15, 1939
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PAGE K088UTH COtWTf ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA Before and After Picture as as shoVn in a picture taken Friday by Will F. Brown of the Shilts shoe store. Below is shown a pic ture of the store as It appeared te- lore the remodeling operations were started, giving an idea of how extensive the work was. IRVINGTONIANS AT WEDDING OF EX-CRESGO GIRL Irvlngton; Aug.-M—The O. ^ Millers, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Miller, Mrs. Ella Potter,, and Mrs. Mabel Potter;drove to Postville a "week ago Saturday to attend the wedding of Lessle Marie Powell to Kurt Falb. The ceremony was performed at 7:30 that evening at the home of ;he bride's parents, with the Rev. Mr. Turner, of the Methodist murch at Monona, officiating. The couple were attended by the bride's sister Lillian and brother Harvey. Mrs. Walking sang 'O Promise Me and I Love You Truly, and William Powell and Susie Reid also sang. The ceremony took place under in arch of roses and gladioli. The bride wore an ankle-length dress -it white satin, with veil, and car- led bride's roses and baby breath. ?he bridesmaid wore aqua blue, with a shoulder bouquet. After the vedding a combined shower and ance was given at Rossville, 300 n attendance. Among other guests were the John Reids, Polo, 111,, the James Reids, Buffalo Lake, Minn. The, bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Powell, former Cresco farmers, still known to many here. The couple are living at 6854 Stony Island. Ave., Chicago. Mr. Faib is salesman for Mrs. George Fredrlcks, a Chicago business woman.''"' ' ' McArffcnrs lii Brief Tonr— Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur and Mrs., Ruth Button drove last Week Monday to Chester, where tey visited the George Millers. Thence they drove to Byron, Minn., to visit the Frank Millerj. Both of the Mesdames Miller are sisters of VIrs. McArthur and daughters of Mrs. Button. The party also made a stop at Rochester, Minn. All returned Wednesday, the tour hav- ng been cut short because of an attack of the hives Which Mr. McArthur suffered. En route to Cheser the group stopped off briefly at Hason City to leave Mrs. Ruth' tlarr and her small daughter, who md spent the week-end with the. McArthurs. •Id Neighbors In Get-Together— An old Cresco neighbors reunion vas held last week Sunday at Mrs. L. E. Potter's, Algona. The guests, most of whom lived In Cresco township years ago, or are still living there, were: Mrs. Alice Co- veil, Minot, N. D.; Mr. and Mrg. George, McNIsh, Clear Lake; the Ray Miners, Mallard; the Bert Pot ters and Mr. Tllton, West Bend; Mrs. Belle McCain, Bartlett, Neb.; the Dr, Ray Potters, from a point south of Storm Lake) the Harry, Charles, and Elmer Potters and Mrs. Daisy Cook, all of Algona. Callers : Jn the afternoon were ^Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Delafield and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield, Cnllfnrnfans ure finest* Here— .Guests at the George Scuff ham home are .Mr. and'Mrs. Kenneth Lyons, daughter Joan. Nell, and and Jack Lyons, all of Artesla, Calif.;. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hahsen, Santa Monica, Calif.; and J. W. Lyons and his daughter Inez, Parker's Prairie, Minn. The Kenneth Lyons family and Jack drove here In the letter's car and will visit here and at Waterloo and Ames till August 22, when they will be- jin the return trip. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hansen took J. W. Lyons home Monday, Inez Lyons remaining for longer visit. The Hansens will spend some time here before returning to California. Irtlngton Aid Is Hostess— • The women of the Irvington church entertained some 75 guests at the shelter house at the Ambrose A. Call state park Wednes- efl by L. 0. Willson, wh6 live It from memory, the He*. Mr.;Efttr-', llBh offered prayer, *nd, ft trotn* bone duet was given by Harriet and Everett Keith, ElnOra Bold* ridge gave two reading*,* and M>. Wlllsoh-gave "several ofhls Ow'ri poems. A trombone-violin ribet was g|V«n by-Harriet'Keith and Joyce Potter. /Judge Qua r ton then gave Many facts concerning. • his trip to England a yea'r agd; Kx-f;. R. Teacher Loses Hisbmid— j Mr. and Mrs. Wallace.McArthur recently drove to Mason. City to attend the funeral of Waletr Klarr, cancer victim. Mrs. Klarr and her small daughter, Norma Jean, came hee for a few days with the: McArthurs. Mrs. Klarr Was formerly Ruth Cannon, Nora Spring*, and she and Mrs. McArthdr were friends when both taught school at Lone Rock some years ago. with (to daughter With, *i r « at tlWfefiiSC dMttMWfe Lu VVrne list tiMk'ftaMW iifMti at a JR , fotal W;.UH,*n. Hubert Log Angles. . Other . gueBU.tfrt.thi Jt6MM -ffardcopfs and the Harold Currans. day. The scripture lesson was glv- Car Takes to Dlfch— Raynftmd Stevens was uninjured when his Plymouth left the road recently and upset In the ditch west of Walter Barr's. The steering apparatus went wrong, and Raymond could not keep the car on the road. He was accompanied by a brother, also uninjured. The car was only .slightly, damaged. ' Dinner Honors Coast Onest— Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Greenfield, •, Mf',i atfd .Mrs. Mftx.&eeinfln, Buffalo Lake, Minn,, are parents of a son, born,a week ago Saturday. Mrs.vSeeman is'jhe former,-Lola Reid; daughter of Mr. and Mrs James Reid, .former Cresco farmers. The JaWcg Reids also live at Buffalo Lake, ' OTHKR IRTIKfiTON HKWft Mr; and,Mrs. L, E. Colwell, Irv Ington, so», Jeatt, and Mrs. Jenny Colwell, Llvermore, drove to Batavia Saturday to visit Mrs. B. O. Davis and get Gerry Colwell, who had been at the Davla home all summer. Mrs, Davis is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L". E. Colwell. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch drove to Charles Raney's, Llvermore, Friday to see Mrs. Virgil Barrett and a small son. who,are visiting there from Troy. Mrs. Barrett is the former Maud Raney! •Mrs. 'Beda Watrfoii and Mrs. Geo. Schumacher drove to Fort Dodge Thursday with Mrs. Freda Christensen, who remained there for medical treatment. , Mrs. Maurice Eddy and her three' A. Seven m* tf« «?£?•• . L h ,»™ 4 :,t?ft« at Feiiton correspond —Editor.] The She <lay for n Duluth don removed ,-i INTERIOR OF SHILTS STORE IS REMODELED The grand opening of the reniod- planned for several months. Special window displays will be put in this week for the opening. Burns Suffered by Ex-Irvington Girl Ivington, Aug. 14—Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pitch drove to Ruthven last Wednesday to see their daughter, Mrs. Jesse Schmidt, who had been severely burned a few days before. Mrs. Sai n Depew . Supt. p. clerking » the owner and daugl; ast jWtplew, tlic Seneca Cecil cr eled Shilts Brownbilt shoe store is beiiiK held this week, following modernization work that spread over a period of a month. The new interior is modern in every respect, and permits the showing of any shoe in stock at a moment's notice. The farmer shelving was all tak- NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILT, en out, and new shelving installed • Xo. 4534. FO that only one tier of shoe boxes In District Court, State of Iowa, is held on each shelf. This makes I Kossutli county, ss March term' for convenience in locating the | 1939. correct size and style. Mrs. Schmidt had lit .a gas oven then stepped out for a few minutes. When she returned the blaze had gone out, and when she attempted to relight it gas fumes caused an explosion. She was burned on hands, arms, and face. Modeuistic rounded corners proj vides lighted display space, and To Al! Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting . -v.v.,3 *»taii n~u ms'j-Mci v ^JtilCc, illlCl ---- •««-« i. wi. 1*111.1 115 |J ui |JUl llilj there. are four niches in shelving I to be the last Will and Testamen space - of C of Charles L. Dittmer, deceased At the rear of the store is a dis- l '»ted February 6, 1935, having been Play "bar" for the new styles. The lhis lla - v ril ed, opened and read back partition was continued to) Saturday, the 2nd day of Sept em bei '' ]9 ^ 9 ' is fixed for hearing proo of s&me at the Court House in Al- back partition was continued toj the ceiling, and two screened ven-i bei '' tilated openings were left. The j °^ S" 1 "^ ui me uuurt nouse in Al old double row of lighting fixtures: gona ' Iowa . before the District was removed, and new modern Cix-i Court of sai( 3 County, or the Clerk tures, giving more' light, installed. | of said c °urt; and at 10 o'clock a The entire floor area was cov-i m " ° f the da} ' above men ' ion ed all ered with an attractive tan pattern, 1 P««on B taterested are hereby noti- battleshlp linoleum. New chrom- L nd requlred to a PP ear > and him chairs are provided. .?'. cause lf anv the >' hav e, why The new store is the most attrac- said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the tive exclusive shoe store in this liU5l „, •part of the state, and adds to the!ceased lar^nurnber of attractive stoves j The store was purchased from! (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY the J. A. Brownell Shoe Co. by,' Clerk of the District Court. last Will and Testament of said de- at Algona, Iowa, August 7 Fred Shilts this spring, and the remodeling operations have been Let US Be One to Congratulate Our Loyal Patron SHILTS Brownbilt Shoe Store Iowa State Bank HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, "-' )8 Attorneys. Congratulations to Fred Shilts from Pratt Electric COMPANY Algona, Iowa Phone 170 On Thursday, Fipjda^, Saturday August 17th, Jilh and 19th Here Is Where We'll Get Our Shoes Friends: a comrJete.liiw of NEW Fall for every member of the family. ** .' '- '.-, ...... " ""!.""" "* 't^-'tf.* VVj- -,' ;; ' !,V. • '.' '•"< -, h - , ' -If Men We bring you Robiee—the nation's newest and most popular style shoe. And Jolly Stride — with: the famous cushioned sole. Best Wishes for Success to SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE Distinctive LINOLEUM Floor Covering in the Newly _ Refinishedi f - ~' SHILTS ' BROWNBILT SHOE STORE Boys Fred Shilts ' Women >*ow you have }»igh style and complete comfort with the "Magic - Soled" Air Step shoes. 'torelurin* the THREE bg opening K u shoes. See these gifts displayed in our windows. f Three Days-Thursday, Friday & Saturday •• • ' : - '•••' • ; - - : .-. -: •• . .- ...-.. ' • '•- -.. Sport Shoes BROWN Supply Co, Airs te p-Odette Buster Brown Roblee-Jolly Stride These Well Known Names m Footwear Await Your Selection An unexcelled array of shoes for the entire ""•my. Won't miss this opportunity to preview the latest Fashions for Fall'. We urge you to see them for yourself. Hosiery and Bags Women Shilts BILT SHO ALGONA,IOWA --—" ------ '- ____ '_" * , * r ii ? «tr'9' ,-ir. .- '^^ ^^ twin Beauty, charm, and poise in Odette shoes of fashion. Children No finer shoes available j for your youngsters' groiH tag feet, than Busier j Browns. We Jiare a coi-l plete range of stj'leVj widths, and prices. Arch Styles Work 'i«e our Work shoo — bargains, l^W^ . v:l iiK'roi T te^ "THE SHCWE STORE •C .''.ft-

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