Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1931
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1A , 4 - Next Monday •>K plated *>y high te^! 15 ''.^^^ win pres- thecharac- Harold Granner I —'-'""— _ MUM Williams "jcids" (train-bear- Green and Lawrence the Toilet-, Win- IYlday- Marjorle ttubbard •"Iluac, Tllmer jHalyor- •flen-^*^!. Marry. JAWes | Hairbreadth Harry, Cecil Hubert WAOLEIOHS, FORMERLY OF SEXTOIUOSE BABY GIRL Lu Verne, Apr. 7 _ The ,Ios. Wadtetghst received word Sunday that their little niece, Mary, 21- months daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs, Roy Wadleigh, who recently moved to Krooks, Ind., had died Easter morning" at a hospital at Watsoka, 111., from the after effects of tho measles. The funeral was held Monday, and burial was made In the family lot at Watseka beside the grave of a son Dickie, who died last year while the family was farming near Sexton. Mr. Wed- lelgh has been seriously sick with flu and sinus trouble, and Jane has been seriously sick with the measles. The Wedlolghs farmed for P . number of years in Sherman town- heater Man .-. .Andy O j r l_-0rphan Annie, V. A. Barrett A. Barrett • Fanny. __ ""II.I-Mlss Hewitt '• jfr. Laurltzen .Miss Jones BANCROFT CLUB DEBATES PLAN FOR GLEAN-UP KOSStTTH rniTNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA, TOW A PAGE THRBB Bancroft, Apr. 7 — Plans for a parts B. C^- the j suitor .„ will be many other [from comicjtrlps. Uliltlns Washington, *?,, rsdly Floy Jones' sister • • • mother, of her, and she anted them home Friday. « k Monday Floy and her sls- from Crcsco for Washlng- C on a sight-seeing trip. frill get there at 1:30 p. m. Ik Wednesday, and guides I them to many interesting Lome of which are Washing- Inonument, the Lincoln Methe Pan-American building, Ifhlte House, Mount Vernon, ie Arlington cemetery. Floy eturn April 12, and meanwhile i B. Mayer is substituting for I teacher here. -,..;;.' ,1m AVfll Enter Contest— Josten, Estherville, telephon- „ Barrett Friday that the J orchestra was eligible to j. district contest this week t, April 10. Mr. Josten judged lilstrlct contest here, and Burt [ver Leflyard by only one point. that the contest was so close yard should compete also. Ifore he wrote to the state de- rat and received its o. k. Led- Ihas decided to enter the con|Five Class C orchestras will |te. j Gellians Is IS; Party- It week Wednesday Luetta Gel- celebrated her 13th birthday by llaining Henrietta O'Keefe, (Welfare, Cleo Gabel, Marvel llrlene Drews, Alice Junker- I, Alice Hagge, Geneva and De-. IGdtaus, Edith Logan, Evelyn , Kenneth Poppy, and the k girls, MOTHER FINDS SON AT L R, DEAD IN BED ' -Lone Rock, Apr. 7—Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Community church for Henry Rahn, whose sudden passing shocked the communlly. Mr. Rahn was found dead In bed lasl week Wednesday morning by his molher. Mr. Rahn came home from town Tuesday^ evening at 6 o'clock, and went to bed. During the night his parents hoard him come downstairs, Clean Up campaign were discussed by the Bancroft Lions club at, the regular meeting last week Tuesday evening. The club debated the advantages of a one-day or a week campaign, but it was finally decided to await definite action by the city council, with whom the Lions club will cooperate In the management of the campaign. General cleanlnu palntln S will be encouraged, to the appearances of the Improve town. Seniors Observe Class Day— The seniors of the Bancroft high school held class day Friday. They wont to Britt and had their pictures taken and then spent'the day at Mnson City. There are twelve In the class, namely: Zoe Klnkade, Florence Brlckson, Flossie Llchlelt- er, Lillian Godfredson, Ada Bella, Elsie Kahler, Everett McCoy, Ray Peterson, Clifford Rlngsdorf, Evans Carmean, Orvllle Farrow, and Gerald Hutchinson. Shower Honors licrtlm I$lockor— A miscellaneous shower was given nt the Forester hall last week Tuesday evening for Bertha Blocker who was married this week Tuesday to Clem J. Elsbecker. Mrs. Florlan Hellman and Clara Hellman were hostesses. Uanns for Couple Published— The banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday at St. John's church between Lawrence Walters, Armstrong, and Priscllla. Regner. Three-Act Comedy Planned— The Foresters and the public school faculty are rehearsing the three act comedy, The Mummy and the Mumps, to be presented at the Forester hall soon. First Child for the Belize*— Mr. and Mrs. Milton 'Beltz are par ents of a boy born last week Wednesday, their first child. Other Bancroft News. Mrs. q. D. rfart and daughter Antoinette returned Monday from Sioux City, whore they had spent a few days with the Dr. Lynchs. Mrs. Lynch and daughter Joan loan, who visited relatives here last week, went to Sioux City with them. Mrs. Lynch and* Mrs. Hart are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ostwlnkle and Mary Meschor arrived from Des Molnes Friday. The Ostwlnkles visited the Henry Deltorlngs till Monday and Miss Meschor will spend three weeks with her folks, Mr. and Mrs, F. H. Mescher. The Frank Reckers and Steve Un. derkofler went to Litchfleld, 111., Saturday t» visit friends, Mr. Reckor operates the pool hall here, and Richard Underkofler Is conduct- Ing It during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dahl, Rochester, Minn., visited the John Schumachers the first of the week. Mrs. Dahl was Alice Schumacher before her marriage. Agnes P. Olson came home from St. Peter, Minn., Friday to spend the week wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alof Olson. 'She attends Ous- tavus Adolphus college there. Ruth Adolphson, student at the ?«*-jrthwcstcrn Bible Institute, MJn- neapolls, Is spending her spring vacation with her aunts, Esther anil Bmma Adolphson. The Ray Olsons, •Sexton, and the Perry Torrlnes, Swea City, visited Sunday at the Herman Erickson's. Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Torrlne are daughters of Ihe Erlcksons. Harriet Thela visited her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thels, during her spring vacation last week. Miss Thels teaches in the public school In Perry. Marian Thurn, principal of the high school, spent the week-end wllh her parents at Manchester. This Is Miss Thurn's second year here as principal. Georgia Carmean went to Rock ford, 111., Friday lo see her sister, Mrs. Earl Elliott. She returned Sun day. Miss Carmean Is a teacher at the public school. Mr, and Mrs. William Becker, Ventura, and Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Johnson, Mason City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Josephine Becker. Eugene Nurre came home Friday to visit his folks, Mr, and Mrs. J.I J. Nurre. Eugene is allending St. ' John's college at Collegevllle, Minn. The Joe Engrossers and the Vlggo Chrlstonsons spent Sunday with Mrs. Engesser's sister, Mrs. Henry Murray, Blue Earth. Doris Hutton returned Thursday to Minneapolis, where she attends the state college. This Is hei\fourth year. The H. J. X3uldes, Mrs. Anne McQuirk, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chambers, Lewlstown, Mont., visited the C. C. Smiths, Burt, Sunday. Roy McGulre and Henry Menke went to Marathon Monday to help Henry Menke Jr. on the farm for a few days. William Lattlmer, Rockwell, was here Saturday to see his mother, Mrs. Mary Lattimer, who has been 111. Doris Pearson came home from Mankato Friday to visit her parents. Miss Pearson Is attending business college there. The Alphonse G. Fangmann family, Alta, spent Saturday and .Sunday at the M. J. Dyer and Frank Fangmann homes. Lucille Llvermore, Fairmont, is spending a few weeks with her aunt* Mrs. J. J.. Sherman. Lulu Richards and Florence Miller spent Saturday In Mason City with friends. Coleta Kockler and her mother visited relatives at Mason City Friday. Mrs. Frank Dltsworth, who teaches near Armstrong, spent her Easter vacation here. Nick Scholtes returned Friday from New Rlchland, Minn., where he had been on business. John Schumacher went to Clarion Monday to bid on a road grading job. A Miss Hollett spent the week-end with Reglna Berens. The girls aiw teachers at Seneca. Mrs. F. J. Welp, Frances Kerens and Miss Hollett visited at Fort Dodge Saturday. P. J. Nemmers, Cedar Rapids, spent Easter with his mother, Mrs. John Nemmers. Harold Pohlman, coach at the public school, spent the week-end vrtth his parents at Melvin. SECOND SHEETS; the thin, yellow. kind. Punched it desired. — Advance. Mtf and then return to bed, When he had not roused the next morning at 10 o'clock Mrs. Rahn went up to awake him. She couldn't waken him, so decided to let him sleep till noon when she tried to awaken him again, and then she realized he was dead. Mr. Rahn was born in Oberhesser, Germany, October 10, 18SO. When a year old his parents brought him to Illinois. Five years later they came \to Iowa, settling In Fenton township, where they have since resided. Mr, Rahn never married. Surviving are two brothers; Ella and Herbert, at home, his '.. parents and brother Harry, living in town. Another brother, Frank, died in 1914, and four sinters died In Infancy. Mr. Rahn In youth was an active member of the Methodist church when the building stood a half mile south and two miles west of town. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone had charge of the services and burial was made in the Lone Rock cemetery. Mrs. John Rath Has Infection— The Henry Raths, Curlew, visited Mrs. John Rath last week Thursday. Mrs. John Rath has been troubled the past week with a serious infection in one hand, caused from a slight scratch on her finger from a tin can. She is having it dressed twice a day, and for several clays a tube was inserted in her hand to drain off the pus. She will not be able to use her hand for two months. The Fred Raths visited the Henry Raths at Curlew Sunday.. I Join Jfotliodlst Cliurcli— lay morning at the Methodist the Ray Wentworth twins (Ivelyn and Delores Mayne were Evelyn Mayne joined the and Mrs. Howard Mayne ler children, James and Edith, (erred from the Methodist i at Moberly, Mo. [olMrs. Itejse Is Sick— . Glen Beyse received word lay morning that her sister, •Marie Blackenberry, -Rochester, 1, was critically sick. Mrs. f left the same day from Blue I (or Rochester. Mrs. Blacken- I Is better known here as hav- i Marie Stubbe. ?an, Howard Mayne Wed— > weeks ago Tuesday at Blue i Mrs. Logan and Howard B were married. They left for apolis, where Mrs. Mayne has wthcrs, and also visited at I Falls, returning last week i and are now at home at Payne's house. 1 Sines Win 2 Games— 1 senior high baseball boys I to Grant twp. last week Tues- FW played the Conuolidated pinning, 4-2. Warner hit a iwn. Last Thursday the Grant F Wgh came here, and Ledyard pain victorious, 16-5. ft Classes Hu ve Party— F wcond class in the Methodist K school taught by Mrs. D. B. f'Save an Easter party for JHewltt's class Saturday. There •Moat 35 present, and they had W Easter eggs, little cakes, flunch. P« a Thousand Baby Clilx— ' h we, or James Welfare Friday he received' 1,000 w Mr. Welfare has a flne 'farm. OpeiTsoon— Mentor and Jane re- Mrs. ,1. M. Rtahclinnl is Sick- Mrs. J. M. Blanchard has been sick for the past week and Ersel Blanchard,\, employed in the bank, Is staying home assisting with the work. Boy Who Lost E.ve Recovering— Jack Quinn drove to Iowa City Saturday and brought Mrs. Quinn and their little son home Sunday. The boy, who has had an eye removed, Is recovering nicely. Mrs. Watson Schlck's Father 111— C. H. Lingenfelter, father of Mrs. Watson Shlck, has been quite ill again. ' " - .u ? Sday ' and are Preparing , ca£e in ro °ms back of iford Oil station. Patlent- was callel1 t° the ,h ? S J? ltal Sa t«rday night Bus t hls brotl >er-in-law, Ar- Uscl1 ' w ^ critically sick. ' nt - the upstairs Ga «rs. Last week new house on the a i With * —-.>. *MC* MCU4XU?, «ettin« i ena of the tetter, Danger. Des Molnes, were t the Blanche Jenks thls George *»*• Other Lone Rock. i Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Fischer came Saturday morning from Des Molnes to attend the funeral of Henry Rahn, They returned home Sunday, Reinhart Kriss, of Lanark, 111., also attended his nephew Henry Rahn's funeral. The L. R. Rodericks .entertained Sunday the B. B. Wirths and son Bob, of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. W. Davlson, of Mason City, Mrs. Margaret Davlson and children Bob and Georgetta, of Sheffield, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt. The R. E. Trainers and daughters, Mrs. William Herman and Mrs. C. K. Pruesman, of Kanawha, spent last week Wednesday at Frank Flalg's. Wm. Osborn and eon Charles went to Waterloo last Thursday to see the former's brother John, who? was operated on In the Waterloo hospital. They returned Friday. -A. W. Lampe, Champlin oil man, has been 111 with'the flu for a few days, and Tom O'Donnell is driving the truck. Mrs, Martha Householder, of Burt, visited the Frederick Schultz's last week. The L. D. Frederlcksons, of Cylinder, were calling on the L. R. Rodericks Saturday. Florence Yager, of Calmar, spent the week-end with the William Thompsons. Howard Stephens, of Goldfield, is relief depot agent here during Mr. Ulmer's absence this week. The N, L. Cottons, R. T. Angus and Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer returned from Chicago last week Tuesday. The Aid will meet with Mrs. P. M. Chrlstenson this week Thursday. Farm Home Burned. Fenton, Apr. 7—The farm home tenanted by the Otto Haacks, two and a half miles northwest of town, was destroyed by fire early Sunday morning; Nearly all of the downstairs furnishings were saved, ine origin of the fire Is unknown. SHULTZ' BECTAULINIC AMBULANT PBOCTOLOGT Piles (hemorrhoids) cured without operation. .Othey A 1 condition* Write for iwtftofc^ [Prices are Lower to Meet Every Economic Needjf New Graham's Serve you with Greater Values than Ever Quality Merchandise Lower Thrift Prices In this April ECONOMY VALUE Sheets and ' Pillow Cases Featured in this event— One 81x99 sheet, Two 42x36 cases. $1.00 BLEACHED Sheeting 9/4 width Featured economy week a yard Pictures New subjects with beautiful colorings. Special 29c Percales Printed in one and two color work, standard brand! Fast colors, a yard RUFFLE Curtains Fringe panels 98c Five-piece ruffle curtains of plain voiles and marquisettes. Plain or draped valances. Lace panels — new designs, 45-in. wide. PLAIN VELOUR Valances 69c Ready to hang — any length desined, scalloped bottom with silk fringe. HOSIERY VALUES Rayon Host in new' shades for women and" v ' misses. All sizes /• 25c CHILDREN'S .Stockings Featured in two -fine ribbed styles for everyday wear, come in black and colors. All sizes. A pair > 15c ECONOMY SALE COAT VALUES A large and varied selection Featured at $9.90 • Articles You Need Daily i v ! Featured at Economy Prices I • f~* v i * m * i ' m m B Fancy Jugs, modernistic designs _21c I Make your selection from these smart styles in fabrics of Congaletti, Monatom Broadcloth, Polo Cloth, Tweed Mixtures. In the season's wanted colors. "Rayon" Silk Undergarments, 49c Bloomers, Panties, Briefs, Step-ins, and Vests. Children's and Misses Bloomers, 25c Made of quality sateen, slip cloth and plain crepe. Child's Print Dresses, 7 to 14, 69c Lower priced dresses featured in the Economy Event. Economy Value WASH FROCKS 69 Cents Here they are ai a lower price, new styling and fast color combinations in every farment. Sizes 16 to 44. Men's Shirts and Shorts, 49c Fancy Broadcloth Shorts with balloon seat. Men's Ribbed Union Suits, 69c Ecru ribbed short sleeve and aftnle length. AH Leather Work Gloves, 98c Genuine horsehide leather gloves with gauntlet or band cuff. ECONOMY VALUE Blue Denim OVERALLS J Hope Muslin, full-bleached _____ lOc „ I Colored Water Sets (7 pieces) 58c • | Linen Table Cloths, 52-in. x 70-in. 93c I • Unbleached Muslin, 36-in. wide 5c | • Imported Bowl Sets, 6 pieces 97c • • Bleached Muslin, a value _: 7c I I Mixing Bowl Sets, 5 pieces 69c I ALL LINEN Toweling 19c Best quality crash toweling for everyday use comes in both bleached and brown. Fancy Prints Are lower priced 156 Fine quality print cloths in two and three, color work, for the new season, fast colorings. $1.19 Men! They're Free! All Silk Tie with every DRESS SHIRT PBICED "Men" this is a treat. A shirt and tie to please every man and to please every taste. Past colored broadcloth shirts in plain colors, blue, tan, green, and white; > "CLOTH OF GOLD" PRINT CLOTHES nei quality sunfast fabric at a price __. ' PRINCESS PEGGY LONG PAJAMAS— Many styles in print cloths. "Another Yours Fades". £4 9 I l $1.00 No better overalls made. Triple stitched, full cut. Best quality white back denim, all sizes at a low price. BOYS' Shirts, Short* Knit. Shirts Broadcloth 25c MEN'S WorkSHirU 49c 69c Quality cbambray shirts, full cut a»(J well njade. Men's coat style, witfc dwble yo^e „ Printed Silk 79c Are in demand now__ . Rayon silk crepe in smart patterns, and color combinations that you'll like for your spring dress and ensemble. SILK DRESSES Featured at $5.90 In high shades and prints. Every dress in this group is brand new and we have all the new styles in wanted printed and plain silks. Prints are in popular favor for Spring. One and Two Piece Models in All Sizes. Child's Rayon Combination Suits, 69c Dainty garments in pastel shades for girls 4 to 12 yrs. Princess Slips, Regular, extra sizes, 49c Make your selection from these slips in colors and white. Jersey Cloth Rain Coats, $2.98 Styles are new and different this year, new colorings in quality jersey cloth. , A new lot just unpacked for the Economy Sale New Hat* $1.44 'Just arrived from New York. They're new, they're different* They are exclusive. Beautifully styled in latest materials and colors. ' Consider This, All Silk Hose, 50c They're all first quality, shown for the first time at this low price. Men's Athletic Union Suits, 49c Excellent nainsook garment featured this season at a lower price. Silk Pongee First quality 29c They're Here. Dollar Silks 40-inch flat crepes in smart plain shades. Featured at the lowest price possible for this fine quality. Chamoise Silks Printed crepes are AQl* so smart to wear _.,_'.. _.. •§51V These new colorful patterns are the charm of fashion. See for yourself this outstanding value. PLAY SUITS AC* FOR BOYS _- r ,_ HOC Red trimmed, sizes 2 to 6 years. Boys' blue denim overalls. High back for the little fellows __ HICKORY STRIPE PLAY SUITS „-- 85c 69c Department Stores > Green and tan Window Shade, 6 foot 7 fpot 59c FJrsi 696 Curved CurUin Kpdi * 10c 23c Here you'U ' lTr .

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