Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1931 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1931
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following a e of the stomach. «e on iy three days. P""* "! conducted at a „, m the city by A ir, afld burial was made „, who was the son of Ltd have been-61 years old t He was born at Alden, Ivedttlth his parents, on a L 0 { town till he began op- in OI ' . .,_„„ n f trvlne- LOCALS The Relief Corps will meet next Tuesday ritght al 7:30 at the'koglcm hftll. The C. n. Holts, Eagle ..Grove, were gu^Bts Sunday 0 £ the C. L Bllleys. Mrs, L. B. Potter left last Thursday for .Charles City, where she In Visiting her Stiles. daughter, Mrs. Alta store at Irving pe this store 'nearly Then He moved to A1- hived retired till he moved Twhere he operated an'• -tore. He lived there ,fl then moved .to he had of late been ift'he real estate business In tne «= intnmn leral store, and fchere Button, ,who was Emma south of town, £ r'tovls, Mrs. J. R. Land W George ™" are her sisters, liton Is survived by hie wife t'John, who is a traveling Lt,of Omaha; also by two Mrs, yera • Wh.elan,. who 'Mankato,' and Mrs. Clara iaha. -He left the follow- 9 and sisters: W. A. and , lon ;Alirona;0. H. Button, [&' o. J. Dutton, Broken W. Russell Bamsey, , K - Mrs; Cora Campbell, -Mrs Jennie ••Montgomery y< and MmXNancyi;.™-- Mrs Anna Uhlendorf returned to her home at Chicago Saturday night after a visit with her daughter, Mrs! D. H. Ooeders. Mr. and Mrs. John WeI H s, w ho hnd the' Charles* Rutledge farm south of town last .year, have moved to a farm near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Gene fuller, Fort Dodge, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. George Mahoney. The two families are old friends. Vesta Knlcrlni, <Mason 'City, district Instructor for the Northwestern Bell Telephone- company, inspected the local exchange Monday. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Shaffer, Mason I City, and their two children spent Sunday with Mrs. Shaffer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. O. Pnxwon. The chapel at nlvervlew cemetery ytno wrecked last week by a crew of men for J. P. Byson, who purchased the building a couple oC years ago. KOSSUTH COtTNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA Standard Oil company, coupe; P. E. Pray, coupe, • An Epworth League rally was held at Lu Verne Tuesday night, and 30 young people f rom the local chapter attended. A program was followed by refreshments. The total attendance was 75. Ben Hynds have moved into Harrington's tenant house on Wooster. They had been llv- Ing in the W. W . Plxler tenant house on south Williams. Mr. Hynds operates a radio shop. Mr. ^ and Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt re- last week Wednesday from at Washington and Des Moines since Saturday night. Mrs. fciizn. Robinson was l n charge of the store dui-injf .their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Czapp are ,,„..- ents of a 9-lb. boy, born February 22, their second child. The other child 'a a Blrl. The baby has been named Kenneth Dewltt. Mr. Czapp Is employed at the Norton Machine Works. par- The K. I,, -\volcotts have returned from Iowa Falls, w her e Mr. Wolcott was selling Chevrolets, and l lls is iiBHln selling Fords for the Kent Motor company., other Ford salesmen are Charles Lehman and Max a meeting of Gamble managers and assistant managers at Carroll Tuesday and yesterday. Mr. Barnard Is manager and Mr. Gaaklll assistant manager of the local store. B. A. Genrlch looked after the store during their a.bsence. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Smith, Detroit, are parents of a boy, born February'20. He has been named William Henry Jr. Mr. Smith is a former local manual training high school teacher who now teaches manual training at Detroit. Mrs. Smith, before her marriage, taught In the Detroit schools. Mrs. Mark Olson and Dorothy Fleming, Forest City, spent last Thursday with local relatives and friends. Mrs. Olson, formerly Hazel Staley, was stenographer 'at the Quarton law office before 'her marriage, and Dorothy is the daughter of W. R. Fleming, who moved to Forest City eight years o«o. Two high school pupils, Charles Crctzmeyer and Chrlstena Gould, Wore guests of the Rotary club Monday noon and gave declamations. The former gave A Man for the Ages, and Chrlstena gave Goodbye, Sister. Both did well and drew hearty applause from the Rotarlaus relatives who..; attended ..I were'Mr.-' and Mrs. .W. t Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Mawds- fs'on Roscoe, Mrs. Thpmp- |and Mrs. Edw. Campbell, •den, Fred and Walter Dut- Adains, and Mrs. ,-Mont- ONCE ALGONA SMEMES SUDDENLY Le, Mar. 3—P. G. Dtlvis Jenly of heart disease at his jr miles west of town last lay morning, and fun- i were conducted at the Iturday afternoon by the |A. Reyman, local Methodist lurtol being made in the Lu iclery. Mr. Davis, who was |an Invalid wife and three Hazel, Pierre,, S. D.; Gllmore City; and 'William, i near home. There are idchlldren. A quartette ! of Mrs. Ray Stone, Alice . Harry Liehty, and Flor! sung at the funeral. , Mr. lived many years in the but for a few years lAlgona. He owned two or -*- nfant Girl Dies. infant daughter of Jtebrltz; died last -week Wed|and funeral services were the Laird & Reimer [the baby was born D«13, and Mrs. stebritz died I of weeks later. There are Idren surviving." ) Company Formed. ^capital has been 'i Invested finance company, .to be the Hawkeye Finance, Cunningham & Lacy as I The company is ' making 1 Joans from $50 to $300. on Ithly payment basis.- Mrs. W. D. Aridre\ys returned Saturday from Kirksvillo, .Mo., where she had been called n few weeks before by news of tho death of her mother, • Mrs. Jos. Bloom returned lost week Wednesday from Minneapolis, where she,, had-spent three \weeks With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Melaned. Jessie Roupe spent yesterday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "C. E. Roupe. She Is In th e employ of the Jefferson Transportation company, Mason City. • C. R. La Barre and C. H. Beardsley returned yesterday from' New Him and other points in Minnesota, where they* had been on business since Sunday. Billy, 6-year-old son of Mri, and Mrs.,M. T. McGulre, who had'been seriously 111 with pneumonia, is recovering; Mr. McGulre is a'grail- Ing contractor. '• The B. C. Handlers spent Sunday at Plover with the Elmer 'Oarlocks, relatives. Mr. Hancher is local manager, for. the Northwestern Bell telephone company. Mrs. J. T. Chrischilles went to Chicago Saturday night to visit friends. Her sister-in-law, Mrs. H. C. Nielander, Spring Valley, Minn., joined her there. Ruth Stokes left Tuesday morning ifor Mankato, where she is taking a six-months business course. Katherine Kain is taking her place. as assistant librarian. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Daughan, Wesley, are parents of a '10-lb. boy born at the Kossuth Hospital Monday. Mr. Daughan Is employed in the bank at AVesley. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Williams, June Corey, L. E. Llnnan, and Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters, Burt, were Sunday noon dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kuhz, Wesley. Wana, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patterson, south of town, spent tho week-end at Garner with the 1 M. T. Loves. She is a sophomore In the Algona high school. Edward Fischer, Armstrong, and his daughter Ruth were here Monday. Miss Fischer recently returned from Omaha, where she was cigar clerk at the Odd Fellows temple. Mrs. Jack Devine and her three ^daughters, left last Thursday, for a month at the former's old home at liuth Rcnniul, Dor a Carson, and Ir , Stubb Burned from DOS Moines Sunday, after a visit there since Friday night. The girls, who "re local .teachers, .were guests of Miss stubb's parents. They attended the auto show. Paul Jamison was here from last week Wednesday till Friday t o see his father, ,]. Q.'Jamison, wlio has of late been failling. The older Mi- Jamison Is in his eighties. Paul is employed in the American gas stove •works at Albert Lea. Mrs. Zola SchaeTfcr, Manly, and Mrs. E. .1. Hendrickson, Mason City wore guests of Mrs. W. D. Howie Tuesday and yesterday. Mrs. Schaeffer, who is an Eastern Star district instructor, conducted a school of instruction here Tuesday afternon. They were introduced by Supt Tulsa, Okla.. Mrs. Devine is recover ing from a recent attack of pneu. monia. > . Kohlhaas Bros, report the sale ol the following Chevrolets: . Robert Leason, sedan; H. J. Johnston, spec.- ial sedan; William McDonald,' coach \ Mr. and Mrs. w. D. Howie and •Mr. and Mrs! Russell Cook spent Sunday at Mankato with Mr. and Mrs. Howie's daughter Loretta, attending a business school there. Loretta is expected home .sometime this week, having completed a stenographic course. Mrs. Matt Lamuth, who is suffering from a severe heart attack, was taken to the Mrs. V. Lloyd Stebbins hospital on north Church street Sunday. She has been troubled with rheumatism a year and a half. It is expected that after several months of rest she will be about again. The Methodist Aid meets this afternoon at 2:30 at the church. After a business meeting and program a Joe lunch will b e served in the dining room, Mrs. W. P. Hemphill's committee in charge. The committee extends an invitation to all new people to attend and get acquaint- cl. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dau spent the week-end at'sioux City, guests at the home of Peter White, son of Mrs. Dau. Herman drove to Palmer Lake, S. D., and watched sein- ers at work. He bought and brought home a 2-t-lb. duck-billed cat.-This kind of fish has a long bill like a duck. Mr. and Mrs. William Aman, Mrs. Ethel Morrison, A. E. Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Larson spent the week-end at Minneapolis. Mrs. Morrison attended to business, and Mr. Larson, who Is the Loose-Wiles Bis- suit company representative in this territory, attended a salesman's meeting. Announcement was made last week of the election of v Kathryn Misbach to Phi Upsilon Omicron, honorary home economics sorority at Ames. Kathryn, who is* a daughter of Jos. Misbach, is a junior in Iowa State college, and is also a member of the Gamma Phi Beta social sorority. D. A. Barnard and William Gaskill, of the Gamble store, attended Overmyer. James McDonald took Mr.' und Mrs. O. Madson to Nevada Frlciaj and Mrs. Madson, who has been il for some time, entered the Adv"entist .sanitarium there. Mr. Matrson re mained with her, and Mr. McDonald returned, bringing home Agnes Nordstrom, nurse at the instltutioi. who spent the week-end with her parents here. Mr. a .nd Mrs. L. S. Pearson, Lu Verne, were week-end guests of Mr and Mrs. A. D. Burtls. They are farmers and were en route home from a western trip. Guests Sat urday of the Burtises were Mr. am Mrs. Adams, Mankato, Minn., an their daughter Mildred, and Dona Burtis went home with them for a several days visit. Harold Sorensen returned yes terday from Hutchinson, Kans where he went Sunday to get Mrs Sorensen. They are moving the! household goods here, and" will oc cupy the Moulds tenant house. Ar thur Sorensen, Buffalo Center, wa. at the Sorensen grocery store dur ing Harold's absence. Arthur has produce station. Representative G. H. Hesse, ; Hartley, O'Brien county farmer, an Is wife were here Tuesday to see lie Morrisons. Unfortunately they ound Mrs. Morrison In quarantine, no of the children having scarlet ever. The Hesses and the Morrl- ons are old-time neighbors and lose friends at Hartley. This Is Ar. Hesse's first term In the legis- ature. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tyler, Center- Ille, arrived Monday, and Mr, Tyler vlll be assistant manager of the Jraham store here. He has been vlth the company two years. C. E. irlnkert, who had been assisting manager, has been advanced to manager of a store to be opened iVpril 1 at Forest City. The Brink- jrts went to Forest City last week Monday. Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Kenefick took he hitter's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Lusk, to Mason Jlty Sunday, and Mr. Lusk is now a patient in the Park Hospital there. Mrs. Lusk remained with him, and Doctor and Mrs. Kenefick plan to ;o back today to be present at an operation for the removal of a cataract on one of Mr. Lusk's eyes. Mr. Lusk, who Is 8'5i is still active mentally. Lawrence Dlttmer, Lone Rock, was operated /o_n at the Kossuth hospital for .appendicitis .Monday, •ind F. I. Conley, Livermore lumberman, underwent a major operation Friday. ' Eric Strom, Algona, 08, underwent a major operation yesterday, and Mrs. P. H. Burlin- BT.IIVJ had an operation Friday. Harold Lloyd, IB, son 6f W. E."Lloyd, Wesley, was operated on for appendicitis Saturday. Announcement was 'made last week of the marriage of Ruth Steinman, Algona high school senior, to Nathan Parr, Kanawha. The ceremony was performed at Albert Lea February 4 by the Rev. John E. Bowes, Methodist pastor, but was kept secret., The bride is the only daughter of Mrs. Henry Steinman, Algona, and Mr. Parr, who is a farmer near Kanawha, Is a son of Charles Parr, also Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen took possession of the J. B. Moulds tenant house on east North street Tuesday, and Lars Sorensen, Harold's father, will live with them, Harold and his father recently open ed a new grocery store in the quar ters vacated by Ellis Runchey. The C. E. Michels, who lived in the Moulds house, have moved to Plain ville, 111. Mr. Michel is a traveling salesman for the Hormel company. .1. W. Greenj arrived Monday, and is looking after business matters and visiting old friends here and at Bancroft. He sold Jils Bancroft home a year or so ago, and now spends most of the time with his children. He has a daughter, Mrs. Charles Balding, at Velva, N. D., another daughter Mrs. C. E. Stebbins, at Good Thunder, Minn., and two married daughters In California. Mr. Green is past 80, but Is still active mentally and physically. Mr. and Mrs J. R. Kletz moved Saturday into the M. J. Jones tenant house on west McGregor vacated by the G. E. Van Dorstons, who have a house on north Minnesota. Mrs. Edith Dailey has moved into the Paul Clark 'house on south Minnesota, which the Keltzes formerly occupied. Charles Wheeler owns this house. Mr. Kelt/- Is employed in the state bank receivership offices here, and Mrs. Dailey has been living in the Vera apartments in the former A. D. Clarke-H. C. Adams house. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Carman, Sykeston, N. D., are having a hard lime getting their children home. A son, Joe, has been working here for Henry Elsheldt, taut when his parents came after him several weeks ago he was taken sick and in operation, for appendicitis was performed at the Kossuth hospital. Then last Friday a daughter, Teresa, 12, was taken sick, and she too had to have an appendicitis operation. The father has returned to Sykeston w the mother remains with her daughter. Supt. and Vrs. J. F. Overmyer went to Nevada Sunday, and Mrs. Overmyer entered the Adventist sanitarium there for examination and treatment. She has suffered for some time with neuritis of the hands. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and her sons William and John accompanied them as far as Ames, where they spent the day with Lewis Ferguson, freshman in Iowa State college. Agnes Nordstrom, nurse at Nevada who had spent the week-end with her parents here, returned to her work with them. Ellis McWhorter and his son Ray, of Burt, left Tuesday for Sterling, 111., to attend the funeral.of William McWhorter, brother of Ellis. At Osage they picked up another brother. Le Roy, formerly of Portland township. William McWhorter died Monday of heart trouble and complications. He lived at Belvldere re- tired. Funeral services were conducted at Sterling yesterday afternoon, 'and burial was made there. Mr. McWhorter and Ray will come home tomorrow. Mrs. J. Q. Jamieson is'a sister of the deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Loss, Seattle, Wash.-,' and their little daughter Marjorie arrived by automobile Tuesday ,and will now make their home here. Ralph is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loss, Mrs. Loss the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B, E. Norton. Ralph began work at the Neville shoe store Monday. The Losses made the trip In six days, and found: the roads good all the way. There was a little snow in the Rockies, but the pass In the Cascades, usually blocked in winter, was open,' though snow was piled as high as the car on both sides of the Toad. The winter In Washington has been extremely mild. For: the present the Losses are living with the Nortons. A crowd of more than 300 formers witnessed a special moving picture Monday morning and had lunch at the courthouse as guests of- Matt Murtha and the McCormlck-Deering farm machinery company, for which Mr. Murtha is local agent. The pic ture was, "Romance of the Reaper," and showed the reaper's develop ment from the first Invention to the present type. Following lunch the crowd.adjourned to the Murtha mplement shop, the Building, where Nick old Krteps, ?ona won a corn sheller, Vernon Robinson, Irvingtoh, a knife grinder, Fred Zelgler, one gallon of cream separator oil, and O. E. Hott ( ' Wesley and J3en Weber, Algona, a i>ale of binding twine each. The.) moving picture was shown at th« :all theater. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Andewoiii their daughter, Mra.Lorena.Blni* mons, and the latter's small daugh-, ter Jane returned Sunday from Moi bile, Ala., where they had spent a .. few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. .Anderson's daughter, Mrs. H. E. .Gust. Mrs. Simmons' daughter Jean makes . her 'home with the Gusts. The Andersons traveled 'more than it200 miles, going down, and it took them days. They went by way at ' Davenport, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mississippi. Coming home they followed a different route • ' . and traveled more than 1400 miles via Birmingham, Nashville, the;Oh!o river at Paducah, and Illinois to Rockford, crossing the Mississippi at Dubuque. It took them four days for the return trip. They had fine weather, and in the south :fbund, gardens coming up and f lowers ifce- ginning to bloom. Mr. Gust, employed at the Continental Roof- Ing Mills at Mobile, Is overseer of •the warehouse. Mrs. Gust was Abby Anderson. plllillllllllllllllllllllllH _— • • _B H Better Quality and B Lower Prices B . In Our 1 New Spring Suits B and , 1 Top Coats and Sewice Cbmbined in the Nationally Famous COATS No matter bow much yon pay for a coat you'll find no more downright, lasting satisfaction than an Ekcomoor will give you-to the yery last day you wear it, Ekcomoor gtyling is supreme. Ekcomoor Noting goes right through to the heart °f the garment, Ekcoinoor fabrics are exclusive 100%-pure wool, with a positive antipathy to wrinkles, dust and moisture. Select your Ekcomoor to, "ay. New spring models -exquisitely furred or an* trimmed* 4j , Spring Suits We are justly proud of our wonderful showing of spring suits that are now on display in our store. They represent the very best values that we have ever shown. Never has it been your ;good fortune to buy such quality clothes at such low prices. Best quality, interlinging and hand, construction. Made from all wool fabrics in worsteds, cashmeres and ' long wearing twists. Hand made buttonholes. Fronts shaped by hand. Hand felled collars. The right styles for spring and summer wear. Made by the country's best manufacturers. New models, expensively tailored in fabrics and patterns that are so much in demand. Here you will find models for old and young in a large variety of color combinations. No better val- - ues anywhere. Priced at 22.50 24.50 27.50 32.50 35.00 40.00 You will find good values at this store. See them before you buy. New Spring Hats New shapes, new shades, new trimmings are reflected in the smartness, quality, and value of our spring hats for men. Our new line of men's hats offers you everything that you desire in a good hat, style, workmanship and quality. You will find here a large'selection of the latest colors and styles. Priced'at 3.50 4.50 5.00 6.00 7.00 Extraordinary Values in New Spring = Top Coats Your spring outfit will not be complete without a new spring topcoat. Never before has our assortment been so large and prices so low. The stoutest and smartest of woolens are woven into these topcoats. Lright grays, tans and dark colors are presented in the season's wanted models. Only -the best shower-proof woolens used in these topcoats, We've had spring showings of topcoats before that met with warm enthusiasm, but never a group of topcoats that could beat these for looks and serviceability. 18.00 23,50 Zender & Caldwell Quality Merchandise Permanent Waves Dons your Hairdresser understand the, theory,, Of permanent waving;? . • . '',.' -,''.,,- • ..' '• •'• , • '. ' ".' i: Many just guess at it or do certain things because they have • heard others say they do, not knowing why tfr.when to apply'It.; • ;. : We take much pride in announcing that we have a new Eugene Continental two-sectional heater type machine, the very best that money can buy, and Mrs. Dailey has had six years of experience giving EUGENE waves, not • just six years of experience •changing from one inferior machine to another, guessing at . this, that, and the other thing, gambling'with'her future^—but six years of actual experience in Eugene waving. , Along 1 with this she has a Eugene diploma signed by Eugene • Slit or, of Paris, and has had the best training possible In perma-* nent waving. . ' If you get a Genuine Eugene ware In Algona, the only place you can get It Is In a Marigold Shop. If you want a croqulgnole wave let Mrs. Dailey give you a Realistic. She has had more experience in croquignole waving than all the rest of the operators in Algona put together. We have the new Theo Bender line of Cosmetics, along with Helena Rubenetein Marinello and Marigold cosmetics. Marigold Beauty Shop I OVER IOWA STATE BANK PHONE 803 ENCORE SPAGHETTI, NOODLES OR Macaroni • . PKG. (PRICE A YEAR AGO, 7Hc) ENCORE Spaghetti . . 3 c^25 c Mild American Cheese LONGHORN STYLE. LB. 20c Blue Rose Rice . . . . . . . . . . LB. B c Rolled Oats IN BULK . . .' . . . Q-LB.BAQ 29c King Oscar Sardines . . . . . . . CAN 18c Sultana Red Beans . . . . . 4 "-OZ.CANS 25c Clix Shortening ...... . I-LB.CAN 21c Del Maiz Corn . . . . . . 2 "-oz. CANS 23cv Salada Green Tea ..... . V4-LB;pKQ. 20c Lif-O Chick Mash . »-LBS. 95c 100 LBS., »3.45 Genuine Oyster Shells .... '°O-LI. BAG 99 C COUNTRY EGGS MARKET PRICE PERSONAL Experience i» said to be an ________ expensive teacher. .But the A&P has learned from yean of experience how to eliminate waste in buying, shipping and retailing food. That is why A&P is able to sell the best food at the lowest prices. Experience in this cast, at host, has charged but little for its lessons. i Life Buoy Soap, 4 bars] 25c Grape Fruit . . 5c Bananas, 4 Ibs. . 28c EIGHT O'CLOCK • MiLD AND MELLOW RED CIRCLE • «-27c RICH AND FULL-BODIED B O K A R • LB -33c EXQUISITELY AROMATIC AND FLAVORFUL TAKE YOUR CHOICi! The three blends bought by the greatest numbje? of drinkers, Try them and choose the on? you like best. Compare the prices with those of other coffees ; ; «tbe coffee you like teft is the tet, 90 matter what it POMNl

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