Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1931 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1931
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KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA Weley, hospital for Inet Thursday. Bur", h ad her the.Kossuih are par- Kossuth family 'at Spencer with the lg oner hns purchased-. a west College street of birl born at Phillips Sunday and Ann nt Mason , ou tman, taking account- S T C., Cedar Falls, -eml with lite moth- the week-end with her mother also. S. B. McMahon ex- daughter Marian home Ames tomorrow for the annual spring vacation till next week Wednesday. She will have as guests two' Delta Delta Delta sorority sisters, Doris McKnlprht, Enos, bkla., and Florence Cntlln, St. Alban's, Vt. Inez Potter and Elmer, Sanford, clerks at the James drugstore, attended a northwest Iowa Rexall convention at Spencer last week Wednesday, and Miss Potter gave a' report ofva state Rexall convention at Dos Moinos last fall which she attended. Mrs. C. O. Parker, DCS Molnes, came last week Wednesday, and is helping at the Weiss store during the sale. & .Sorstedt Mrs. 'Parker . Troutman. IIrs G D. Shumway spent rrr&^r^ « r Shumway's slater. •Ly, freshman at Iowa l e Is expected home to- Jsp'ring vacation with his ndrlckson, who taught,in tlie central school sev fago, spent last; ' Missionary so, Mrs. D. B. Fair- afternoon. 'Mrs. Frank, f lead the program. Itanyans met for dinner Agnes Tibbets tea rooms ight, and Flora Tiss gave L Patrick's day. Itlchter went to Ames is spending the • week | friends. He attended the Le a year and a half. Fj Kelley, Mason City, ky with local ' friends. formerly Gertrude Sheri- ibrarian. houpe, \Vhittemore, began living In light housekeeping rooms In the Mitchell sisters house on south Minnesota, have moved to 103 Grove street. Howard operates a suburban store on south Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Tyler, whb came here from Centervllle, now have the Mitchell rooms. Mr. Tyler is assistant manager of the Graham store. Drufillla Caughlln, June Bloom, Cedar Fnlls, and Juno Korns, Waterloo, spent the week-end at Mrs. John Caughlln's. Drusilla and June aro attending the I. H. T. C., and Miss ICorns tenches in the Waterloo .schools. The trio made the trip in Miss (Corns' Miss Korn is a ay at the Richardson More. He has had seven lerlence in the .furniture tRoupe is a single man. lliroecler, who 'had worked , Cleaners five and a half Jit to her home- at Swea iy. she expects to work _• in the near future. | Mrs. John Guderian, Ka- Hid their daughter Betty iday with John's mother, fcbeth Guderian. John Is |the Kanawha paper. ,1. Combes, Spencer, came [early last week and are the A. P. Jensens on iota street. Mr. Combes i for Fuller brushes. T. Chrischilles returned [from Chicago, where she |8islcr-in-law, Mrs. H. C. Spring Valley, Minn., [ weeks. Mrs. J. F. Auner, Dea lent Sunday with the J. They recently returned llx weeks trip from New boat through the Panama lalifornla and back. , L. Brayton, Algona, un- opsratlon for appendl- !ay evening at the Kos- jital, and Lawrence Thllges, I a similar operation last | at the same place. [tor Lowes returned home t\t from Hampton, where Ibein since Saturday,' TJ»ej{ """i'funeral of'Mrs'. Lowe's' John Wirl, of Hamp- tot Curtis,' Ledyard, un- i (najor operation at the Hospital Monday, and Mrs. •son, also Ledyard, was Ion for appendicitis at' the pltal Saturday. • '. . Qulnn, R. N., returned |rk as a registered nurse at i yesterday, after a week ' Mrs. Joel Herbet's, re- from an Injured knee i a fall at Iowa Falls. I W. Stillman and her baby I Elizabeth Ann returned ay night from Dolllver, had spent several days IStlllman's parents, Mr, and . Stillman. felttrltsch returned to her |County Attorney Qr. D; offices Monday,' after K absence while ahe was pig from an operation for plus, I Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns ex-sons Paul and Eugene, ft-Iowa State college,'hoine " days before classes re- week Wednesday, after f I week of spring: vacation. Mrs. G, D. Stokes and Mr, [George H. Free speiit Fri* '" City. Mr. Stokes, who clerk's examination [was there, Is a Milwaukee > Sonerholm, of the Morirl- y shop, spent Monday at I X, and Mrs. Russell Hod- fluted for her here. Mrs. formerly Grace Hauek, was LJi the shop befor « her | C. Colburn, who, with her I has been living with their ; Colburn, here since mid- 1" Webster City, caring luglter, Mrs. C. S, Armii,- >o i» convalescing from an at a Des Moines hospital. nc. Zech, of Plover, yesterday, after several and Mrs. H. B. Sorstedt are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Sorstedt drove to Llv- ermore " to. meet her last week Wednesday night. Margaret Ryan and Frances Robinson, Madison, S. D., spent the week-end with the former's aunt, Mrs: .John Vaughn. Margaret teach- eesln a teachers' college at Madison, and Miss Robinson teaches, home economics In the Madison high school. '" B. N.'Ijoeblg, Wesley farmer, was 'here Monday, looking for a housekeeper. He Is a widower and a daughter who has been keeping house for' him is to be married, soon. There ore' three sons in the family; the youngest 11. At .lost; reports .Mr. Loeblg had not found a housekeeper. ; O. Madson and H. C. Hanson spent Sunday at Nevada with Mrs. Mad- spn, who is etlll a-patient at the Adventist sanitarium. Supt. Overmyer was there also, and found Mrs. Qyer- myer gaining. Mrs. ,M. P. Weiver went as far as Ames with Mr. Overmyer and spent the day with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Menzel.' J. A. Nyman, secretary of the creamery company at Lone Rock, was In. town last week Wednesday. He was reelected secretary at the annual meeting February 10. It was decided to score and : grade the cream at this -meeting. W. J. Bourne is president of the creamery, 1 G. C Pettit, v.-president; A. H. Hutchinson ,and C. J. Blerle, directors. Mrs. R. H. Crawford returned last week Wednesday from Chicago where she had taken Doctor Craw- friend of Hattle Wilson, local teacher who makes her home with Mrs Caughlln, Air .and Mrs. J. c. Colburn came from Webster city not long ago to make their home with their son, C. D. Collmrn, of north Hall street, tol foreman tor the Northwestern bull here. The older Colhurns 1iud lived at Webster City 18 years. Foi- 30 years Mr, Colburn has been a piano tuner, nnrt ho i s prepared to In spare time nnswcr calls here, lit travels In north ford in the family car to catch a train J. or New York City, where he went to attend surgical clinics. He is expected home late this week. Mrs Crawford 4net her sister, Mrs. J. H Daugherty, Rantou], 111., at. Chicago and brought Her here for a 1 severa weeks visit. ; .. , ,_.... Wm, Steil, who had been at Se attle a year, got home ,'last'Thui-3 day'and now expects to work 'here At, Seattle he was employed in bakery. Mrs. Steil and the two chil dren have been with Mrs. Steil' parents at Emmetsburg for sonr time. The little daughter Mary Loi came to Algona with her fathe last week, and is at the home o her aunt, Mrs. ,L. C. Reding. The. Howard iPlatts, who had bee Iowa and sells lino of advertising novelties, also taking orders for accounting sys. terns. The C. D. Colburns have been ere since last September. More than JO reservation's had cen received up to Tuesday by ommlttees in charge oC an Iowa Itate college banquet which is to 'c given tomorrow evening at 7 ''clock at the Algona hotel. Stu- :ents, former .students, and alumni eceivcd Invitations last week, but he list may not have been complete nd anyone in Kossuth who ever ittcnded the college will be made velcome. Dr. L. W. Fox and County Agent Morrison are i n charge. Dr. A. Aitken, of the Ames faculty, I T. M. Metcalf, Ames director of ithletic.s, will speak at an after-dinner program, and Geo. ,W. Godfrey vill preside as toastmaster. Harold Cowan will lead the singing of Iowa State songs. Harold Bockes and Roy Bjustrom spent last week Tuesday and part of Wednesday in Fort Dodge, attending a convention of dealers and district managers in charge of sales of Skelgas stoves and other' equip, nent. Mr; Bockes has charge of a district Including most of the north entral half of the state, and Mr. Bjustrom is local dealer at his store at Hobarton. Skelgas equipment provides refined natural gas for heating- purposes, and there are now many Skelgas stoves in use at Al gona and elsewhere in the county. Frank Vera, of the' Vera Apartments in the old A. D. Clarke-H. C. Adams house, and his late tenant, Mrs. Edythe Dailey were principals in a case tried Friday before Justice Danson. Mr. Vera claimed back rent, excessive use of lights, and damages In sum of $119:50. The alleged damage was caused by removal of a radio aerial. By way of counter claim, Mrs. Dailey alleged 'that a bed and mattress she had stored in a barn on the premises were missing, also that use of her back door had • been obstructed while the plaintiff was building- a small addition. L. E. Linnan and T. P. Harrington were the attorneys, and the trial took up the better part St. Patrick's Day 1'nrty Given— Mesdnmes R. p. Norton, B. A. Thorpe, and F. F. Barker entertained 32 women at luncheon and bridge Tuesday noon. A two-course lunch was served at eight small tables (.entered with green candles and sinllax. Other decorations and accessories were In keeping^ with St. Patrick's day. The high bridge scores were won by Mesdames D. D. 1'axHon, H. A. Reimer, and G. W. Stillman. Mrs. J. H. Daugherty, of Rantoul, 111., was an out-of-town auost. The same hostesses will entertain at bridge luncheons this noon and tomorrow noon. • R. N. A. Club Meets Tuesday— The R. N. A. club will meet with Mrs. Hugh Herman next Tuesday at 2:30, and there will be a short bus! noss jiieoting, followed by a social hour nnd program. Members are requested to wear house dresses and lie prepared to answer roll call with something pertaining to St. Patrick's day. Refreshments will lie servec by the following assisting hostesses Mrs. R. W. Loder, Mrs. Mary Idling Mrs. Kate Turner, Mrs. Albert Grnn zow, Mrs. James Allen, Mrs. Fern Young, and Velva Mansmith. Service Clubs Meet Together— The Rotary club did not meel Monday, a joint meeting at noon today having been arranged will the Kiwanis club. Such meeting; take place once a quarter, the club: entertaining turti about, and th< host club provides the program. Th Rotary club has 65 members, th Kiwanis club 45, and if all are pres ent there will be an attendance o even 100 members of the two clubF This is about all that the Algon hotel dining room will accommodate venlng's entertainment at games, efreshments were served. rvington Training School Today— The fifth subject-matter training chool of the first year Home Man- gentent project, Large Quantity ,teal planning and the Homemade ''ireless Cooker, will be given at Ji'8. Fred Geigel's in Irvington ownshlp today, beginning at 10 a. T. and closing at 4 p. m. Women ttondlng to take a covered dish nd sandwiches for lunch. • /Isiting Women Are Honored— Mrs". J. L. Bonnr entertained 12 vomen at luncheon and bridge Monlay noon in honor of Mrs. J. H. )augherty, Rantoul, 111., sister of Wrs. R. H. Crawford. Mrs. J. S. Vuner won the high bridge score. L,ast Thursday night Mrs. Bonar intorlalned eight women at bridge n honor of Mrs. William linger- lorst, guest of Mrs. N. C. Rice. •arly Honors Visitor's Hlrllidiiy— t Wayne Mousey was 12 last week Tuesday, and In honor of the event ils aunt, Mrs. C. F. Lathrop enter- :ained a few friends that evening. Wayne is with the Lathrops while mother is going through the clinic at the Mayo hospital, Roch- Mrs. E. A. Scheme], observed a birthday anniversary Saturday by entertaining the neighborhood boys, Donald and Dean SJogren and Darold Sanborn. A birthday cake was served. Other Society News Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallln entertained at a BOO party Friday night, and the high scores were won by Mrs. Charles Geilenfeld and Arthus Rusch, low by Mrs. Robert Dreyer and Herman Boettcher. After cards lunch was served. Other guests wen>' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larranco, the Krugs, Mrs. Dreyer, Mrs. Boettcher and the children, Mr. Geilenfeld, and the children, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will, the Arthur Husches, and Mr..and Mrs. Frank Kheller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baade entertained at n o'clock supper Sunday evening the following guests: Mr. find Mrs. Ralph Stoll, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Johnson, the Vincent Heif- ners, Hobarton, Guy Carlson, and Orville Moore, Mrs. J. S. Auner' entertained her bridge club last Thursday afternoon, and Mrs. A. 13. Kresensky won the high score. Mrs. N. C. Rice, her guest, Mrs. Hagerhorst, Eagle Gi;bv"e, :'ahd Mrs. F. D. Williams were guests of the club. Mrs. R. P. Norton entertained 12 women at dinner and bridge Friday night. The decorations were In keeping with St. Patrick's day. The high bridge score was won by Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles. Nellie McGinnis entertained her bridge club Friday night. Mabel DeGraw won the high score, Stella Mae Breen, second high. Rose and Christine Arndt were guests of th* club, ' There will be a Legion benefit card party at the Legion ; hall this evening. A small charge is made for the parties, and the public la invited to attend. The First Lutheran Woman's Missionary society will meet this\attef' noon at 2:30 with Mrs. J. II. Bohannon; Mrs. Harry Spongberg, assisting hostess. Northrup, King & Co, advertising their GARDEN SEEDS this week and so are we. For a complete line call at AKRE'S —And don't forget our GLOBE CHICK STARTER, SCRATCH GRAIN and OYSTER SHELLS. Farmer Given Surprise Party— A group of friends surprised John Bockes, fnrmer southeast of Irvington, on the occasion of his 33rd birthday Friday evening. The evening was spent at 500 after which a covered dish luncheon was served. The date was -on Friday but Mr. Bockes suffered no 111 luck. CALL THEATRE Surprised on Wedding Date— Mr. and -Mrs. Jack Light, nort of town farmers, were pleasant! surprised last week Wednesda night, when 55 relatives, neighbors and other friends arrived to h'el them celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary- The evening was spent at cards and dancing. A i5-piece or^ chestra consisted of Mr. and Mrs. George Lee, Homer Burell, John Mahoney, and James Blain. Late in the evening lunch was served from baskets brought by the guests. Itrldgo Honors Visiting Illlnolsnn— Mrs. R. H. Crawford entertained In honor of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Daugherty, Rantoul, 111., Saturday night. Bridge was played at three tables, Mrs. P. J. Christensen and Mrs. J. L. Bonar winning the high scores. Woman's Club Hcnrs Program— The Woman's club met at the library Friday ,eveping for a miscellaneous program,..-Which, included readings by , John Hargreav'es, and Burnetta Bonnstetter p.nd,a talk by firs. Lura Sanders , on "Singing Towers of the World." . Mart Schemcl Observes Birthday— Mart, 6-year-old son of Mr. and Algona, Iowa of the day. for Vera. Justice Danson found TJU Ella Potter Engaged— The engagement of Lu Ella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs..- L. A. Potter, to R. Dallas Alderman, Omaha, was announced at a valentine party given by Miss Potter to 20 friends at the house where she resides. Both Miss Potter and / Mr. Alderman are attending Iowa State college, Miss Potter as a junior in education, Mr. Alderman as a junior in electrical engineering. Mr. Alderman is a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Birthday Party Is Given— Alvina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Reding, Riverdale township, entertained several little girls last week Wednesday, 'in honor of Stella Mae Redlng's fourth birthday anniversary. Stella Mae is the daugto ter of (Mr.-and MVs. William Reding wlio also live in Riverdale. After an BAPTIST CHICKEN PIE SUPPER March 24 at Church Chicken Pie Mashed Potatoes Candied Sweet Potatoes Cabbage Salad' Pickles Rolls and Butter Angel Food Cake and Whipped Cream Coffee x Plate, 50c Sound • Ventilation • Seating Surroundings Entertainment equal to any city. New comfortable seated lobby open'for your comfort. Extra Special Notice! Douglas Fairbanks in Reaching for the Moon. Special Easter program April 5.0-7. Fifty Million Frenchmen (the show the whole Industry Is trying- to book quick) has Its world's premier showing In Chicago tills week. Hooked here Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Mar. 81-Apr. 1-2. Laurence Tlbbets In The Southern, cr, booked here March 29-80. Will Rogers In ConiietJcut Yankee, premier showing In cities this month, booked Algonn April 12-13. El IJrendel In Mr. Lemon of Orange, Sunday and Monday, April 19-20. YOU WILL SEE ALL THE HITS OF THE SEASON AT THE CALL! 5-7-9, regular admission. Mr. 1931 Goes a'Courtlng. He made love In a crazy way and women were crazy about him. He did everything wrong, but woe always right in a woman's eye. Gay, carefree, audacious. • What's a poor man to do when he loves a millionaire's daughter? hrilllng than "Paid," -more. alluring ban "Modern Maidens." She took er love on approval^—but could .not give it back. • ! New Men's ; >V j>**** t * l '>>'^" l " ; _ v ' t _ t _..' • Thursday and Friday, March 19-20. Thursday mat., 2:30. Prices, 10-30c. BEFORE— It was . held over ' '• for second week in New York City. The Circle Theater, Indianapolis, opened with the largest business Jn 18 months. The Stanley Theater, Philadelphia, played to standing room only. ' • We privately screened It in Algona to be sure it was wonderful for the family. Every showman in America knew that — BOOTH TARKINGTON'S "FATHER'S SON" ' -Featuring ... Norman and was em- th « local state highway lth Iowa the Mrs, to ws where r the spring o- TO SELL-NOW TO SATURDAY; APR. 4 */ • • *'"''"' ' '•".•''• (' • Only Two More Weeks Almost Half . LEWIS STONE IRENE RICH —would be a great break for the family circle. You should plan to have the whole family aee this wonderful picture. Also Comedy, Varieties. , Cartoon OF THEM AT Half Price WFRF $19.50 $22.50 S29.50 $35.00845.00 Now 9.75 11.25 14.75 17.50 22.SB Sizes well balanced from 36 to 42. Stouts, short* and slims in most sizes. Saturday, March 81. TOM TYLER in "Phantom of the West" Comedy and feature for 1?30 and 3:30 matinees. RICHARD ARLEN FAY WRAY CLAUDE GILLINGWATER in an Emerson Hough story— A.stampede of thrills. A atory of men without law. Barking six guns. The thrill of pounding hoofs. Indians, U. S, Cavalry. Stampede of hundreds of half wild steers over a , thousand miles of western wilderness. "The Conquering Herd" Filmed to meet the demand of good outdoor pictures. News and Comedy UNITED 'AKTim PICTURE- T)ie smartest of all m< edies"';, ,"„ ,-i'V •:"' Loretta .Young, a Hollywood fash ion Coracle. , .Made, by. the man who producec "Whoopee." New York City held it over thre weeks.,, . ; .,. •. ,.: . .ifr'S .A- KNOCKOUT! e : spen'lj his last penny on a doi —and"jai girl,- 'The dog proved faith fill,..','., ;,.,iV,,,, • • ,.<.,?. Extra Special ..-. In .additional features. L>*New Rhythm" •Special booking for this date. Thursday and'Trfday, Mar. 86 * 8 hurs.aMlaMnee. 2:30. Prices 10-30c ,-\;AnierJca'8 dancing daughters! ., .-, ,:Hgr,.most thrilling role! •Her .new wonder picture, mor OAN FORD You're going to gaep at, the "flua* ing youths," the gorgeous coatuinMI of Chicago's rich, the thrills of '»' girl in combat with the underworld!! • • ' —AIM*-' ' ,'•.," : ': Review - Cartoon - Varietto* Tuesday-Wednesday, March 84 A 86 t , '.2:30 Matinee Tuesday. The dramatic talking picture of Eugene, Wajter'e play— ' CONSTANCE BENNETT ROBERT MONTGOMERY : ADOLPH MENJOU —in— She wanted pretty, clothes and, luxury. . 4) From, artist's model to wealth.' She was.happy — she had knowj£ poverty and now she had. everything. , Then along, came ;thls boy wha showed her that love ..was -a.price* less -thing. She had sold her heart—then lov« came! Sunday, 8EETW6? 19c CORKER 100 1U»* P** 23 Overcoats, all at One-Half Price Bovs' Long Pant Suite-abput 20 suite and all ga at One-Half Price, Knicker Suite 1-2 price Bostonian Oxfords at cost and less. Remember, this it not old cheap itock—H, Sk-ft * and other good makei, Good enough fer anybody Kraft-Misbach Co J^^^?A .!^ ".tiiliJMJLiiiji March 89, Monday, Mar. is getting a big break on Sunday and Monday pictures. Once in a lifetime does such a treat turn lip, Sunday, 1 p. m. and 3 p. m., 10-35c. SUUIIIIIIIIIIBIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Market March LouMatern

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