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

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 7, 1931
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business; , was Henry Engstrom boy, born at the 'last week Wednes- is spending this near at the Book shop. Bmmetsburg, was teaches music In the f >. Fort B.. Smelt, spent l^t Thurs- [John I. S. .."Falls,i spent the week- father, R. S. Blossom, ["r'w.'siilllvanfl. • . ' ,' K V and .Mrs. P. J, Braner Mrs. Louis Hlntz were je3U ) at>f. and Mrs. Edw. h ' 8 Sunday evening. , e Nelson, Ruth' Stokes, and fMosbach; Humboldt, spent 'end at Ames, and attended ,ual I. S' c - military ball.. Hen jicMurray home was M Tuesday morning for Iyer The 7-year-old daugh- Ida Jean has the disease. H son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair °Burt suffered a "green- 'racture of hla' right arm In t play last week Wednesday. ln t postmaster Glen Raney , a week's vacation, and Jmost of It at home and ' postofflcea at near-by llella.' F. Donnell got home lv from Merced/Calif., where lent the winter. She • lives the street north . from the iol building. -.•••• Lalng and the Firm spent Sunday near Rolfe Irs. Firm Lalng's parents, 1 Mrs. George Simmons, who J a large stock farm. |Dr. B. A. Howes, Bancroft, pillma Erickson, and her Irs Margaret and Mabel were [guests of the R. G. Richard, were observing their 16th ; anniversary. j Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, mer's son Frances, and the [son Lowell spent Sunday at Illle with LesMe Samp, pliar- Leslle is Dorothy i spnt the week-end at' Oma- |wrlce vjtsltlng friends and If. the guest of an aunt.. Doro- wkkeeper at the Northwes- }l! Telephone office. Beeton, cashier at State's iumed her duties Friday, I two months vacation with breakdown. Her home leffleld. Mrs. F. D. Mathes fcharge during her absence. ind Mrs. Lloyd Lehon, Sioux two sons came Saturday t at W. C. Danson's. Mrs. fas formerly .Dorpthy Dan- |r. Lehon went 'home Tue's(s. Lehon remaining for two a, daughter of Mr. and till, Rolfe, underwent an for appendicitis at the L hospital Friday. She -Is a I In the Algona iiigh school, I In a drug store. Kredson's son. Ice McMahon and her tome" with Ruth «, teacher. Nora Kain, Aurora, 111., and Elizabeth arrived Monday', leueats of Christine and' Car- fernert. Elizabeth! is attend- buslness school at Aurora, Mn and her daughter former|'on east Call street. I Mrs. A. D. Adams drove | Moines Sunday, the doctor 1 a state dental convention ll Dr. L. G. Baker and Dr. •Olson drove down .Tuesday *i, and Dr. and Mrs; L. 'C. |al8o expected to attend; < nwlck high school seniors 1 at the Algona hotel Fri- During dinner there program. After* dinner attended the local class Busybody, at the Call. fere twenty at the dinner. i Mrs. L. v. Reeves and ighter Donna Jean are at (Mere Mr, Reeves has work Mrs. Reeves, formerly IP, is the daughter of Mrs, Reeves ed the Humboldt Investment Co., to give bonds for costs, ,, besides requiring that the petition in another case to be redrawn within SO days. The motions (hod little effect on the merits of the suits. Andrew Jasperson, Olendale, Calif., arrived Saturday, and will spend the summer here, part of the time at his sister Mrs. H. L,. Me- Corkle's, and the rest at Lone Rock With hla brother Elmer, who farms near there. Andrew reported his father fully recovered from nn automobile accident some months ngo In Which he suffered severe injuries. Andrew Is the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. .Tnsperson. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bliiejr and their daughter Theresa Ann left Sunday for Des Molne.s on a buying trip for the local Grahnm store. Mrs. Arthur B. Tyler accompanied them, and was met at Des Moinos by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Tyler, who took her to Ottumwa, where she is spending this week with them and her parents. Arthur B. Tyler is assistant manager of the local Graham store, and W. H. Tyler is hla father. Mrs. Susie Engler Is building a 6- room two story house on her lot on the corner of west State and south Ridgley streets, McMurray Bros. being the contractors. She will not live in the house, having already rented It. She makes her home with Mrs. E. J. Rawson, but went to Fairmont yesterday and with Mrs. M. J. Qulnn will have charge of the Fairmont country club dining room and kitchen this season. A car driven by Mrs. Russell Cook was struck by a trailer attached to Jesse Schmidt's car in front of the Episcopalian church on east Call street Monday. The Schmidt car had turned out to pass two cars parked on the south side of the street, and the t:-ailer came loose, hitting the Cook car, which-was go- Ing west. A fender and the running board on Mrs. Cook's car suffered the only damage. Mr. and .Mrs. L. V. Stephenson, Fort Dodge, were in town Tuesday, on a combined business and pleasure trip. Mr. Stephenson is a civil engineer in the employ of the state highway commission. The Stephensons lived here, before going' to Fort Dodge two years ago, and L. V. was the state engineer on the paving job north of town. Mrs. Stephenson called on friends here while Mr. Stephenson attended to business matters. A locked car from Blue Earth caught fire Monday evening while the owner was at the Call theater, and Night Marshal Van Alstyne and C. C. Wright had to break a window to put out the blaae with a hand extinguisher. The fire was brought under control before much damage except to cushions and upholstering had been done. It presumably caught from a cigaret stub. The name of the owner was not learned. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Resseguie, Omaha, and their little daughter Joan came. Saturday for a visit at the.T. H, Holmes home, Wilfred being a son of Mrs. Holmes. Mrs. Ressegule and Joan are spending the week here while Wilfred, who is still with the Continental-Illinois bond house, Chicago,. attends to business at points in the northwestern port of the state. Saturday the Resseguies will go to Des Moines to visit friends, and thence will go .home. Mrs. G. D. Leese goes to Waterloo tonight to be with her mother, Mrs. Rose Badley, of Aredale, who will undergo an operation for goiter at the St. Francis hospital tomorrow, morning. Mrs. Leese went 'to Aredale last Thursday and accompanied her mother to Waterloo Friday for medical examination, remaining with her mother till Tuesday. Mr. Leese is In the employ of the Champlin Refining Co., and the Leeses have the Mrs. I. ,G. Dew*l home .orr..'e4gt Call street. ; 'f- ''-*• The Algona Art Studio opened prevent it from getting forced out of a perfectly round shape by pressure exerted in winding. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Fort Dodge, and their two sons came Saturday night to visit local relatives. The eldest son, .Herbert, 7, was not well the day they came and was restless all that night. Sunday morning a doctor was called, and It was found that he had pneumonia. He la getting along as well as could be expected, and Mrs. Mathee and the children aro at the home of Mr. Mathes's sister, Mrs. C. Merrlflcld. Mr. Mathes returned to Fort Dodge Monday morning, hut came back to see his son Tuesday night. Lyle, who is In the employ of a Montgomery- Ward store, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mathes, and Mrs. Mathes la the daughter of Mr«. S. B. French. The other son is three. •Mrs. L,: L. Blcakley and her son Robert came from.'Milwaukee last Thursday, and are now with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Trlbon. The trip proved too much tor Mrs. Bleakley, who has been sick all winter with heart trouble, and she has been confined to bed since her arrival here, but was reported yesterday to be "holding her own." Mr.' Bleaklcy was called Friday morning, and brought the two other boys, Torn and Dick. Tom is a babe of 15 months, and Dick, eldest of the children Is 6. Mrs. Bleakley and the children will be hero for several months, but Mr. Bleakley will go to Bismarck, S. D., where he has accepted a position as consulting engineer for a natural gas company. BAPTIST, Frank H. Welislcr, minister — Next Sunday will be Mothers' day, and the morning sermon subject will be Our Mothers, Your Mother and Mine. Wear a red carnation if mother Is living, a white one if_sho is dead. Bring mother to church, sit with her, make a real Mothers' day At the evening service the pastor will preach a cartoon sermon, Tearing Down the Cross, based on the Pultizer prize cartoon for 1930, An Old Struggle Still going On. The cartoon will be reproduced and its message sought FIRST PRESBYTERIAN, ,T. 1, Cnleinan, Pastor—A special service will be held next Sunday to honor Mothers' day. The program follows: voluntary; doxology; prayer, Gloria; scripture reading, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh; vocal duet, Mrs. Lottie Kain, Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster; hymn; prayer, response; Mothers' day poem, Mrs. Laura Sanders; ing; male quartet; sermon; music; benediction. offer- vocal TRINITY EA\ LUTHERAN, P. .T. Braner, Pastor — Next Sunday is Mothers' day. German services will be held at 10 a. m., and the sermon will be based on Honor Thy Father and Mother Ascension day will be celebrated' a week from Thursday, and English services will be conducted at S p. m. ... Our Sunday school will be opened a week from Sunday at 9:30 a. m. PRESBYTERIAN, J. L. Coleinan, Pastor — Sunday school and worship next Sunday, 10 to 12. Mothers' day will be observed with sermon theme; "Christ in the Home." Evening worship: Y. P. S. C. E., 6:30. This hour offers special opportunities for youth. Sermon subject: "The Offensiveness of the Gospel." You are asked to join in this service of honor to mothers, METHODIST, C. V. Hulse, Pastor —"Services in keeping with the spirit of Mothers' day will -be held next Sunday. Special recognition will be given all mothers at the Sunday f Godfredson. The "If home with Mrs" God" it winter, Jim Sanders, local librarian, |Ckarles Ci ty Saturday night 't till Tuesday at her son Tuesday she attended a l« librarians at Mason City, TT ^e'-day. During her I Katrine Kain .was^n 1 the library. B, Hist, Mrs. w. C. Dewel, '• P. Harrington will orrou' in the Rist car, Donald P. Dewel, for Iowa , •Dewel, Evanston, 111., will ml at Tm.._ <-Nd ' 1 at Iowa City. ' Alfred Faulkner, u I ----- J.-u.Mii>uor, Ve thls week-end, the latter ' B r Dora Ferrigan. Mrs. Mar. . Sehroeaer, farmer, and • Thursday at the ^parsonage by the • *. 3. Braner. As George Schroeder J Schroeder, Lakota. «ve on a. farm pear Blue r , wue Ba rth> Mrs ' ' for treat drove and Mrs, he University re-exajpainatloa ment for h.e&rt Saturday In rooms over -the Smith pool hall.' W. R. • Lemke, Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lemke, of Klemme, IB In charge as manager and part owner. The..photographer, is l>. I, Way, of Davenport. T. A, Canipbell, Waterloo, formerly connected with the Rembrandt studio, Minneapolis, and Glen Busch, Mason City, are in charge-of advertising and promotion, and are canvassing Algona trade territory. The studio occupies four rooms. 'Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison and their daughter Dorothy returned Sunday from, a week at-'Cedar Rap> ids and Chicago, Dorothy driving, At Cedar Rapids they.-visited the Donald Hutchisons; at Chicago the. Q.'C. Dfummonds, Mrs. Drummond .being a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Hutchison. Mr. Drummond, who. teaches in the West Chicago high school, recently was elected to fill a position in the Rogers Park high f iui iv,,»o. s °hool. This was a promotion. 'The the women "will"'spendi :Drul ¥ mon<j8 have already moved to w with their children"'^"W Parh< " 'Following action by the local ball team in refusing to enter the southern Minnesota and northern, Iowa baseball league two weeks ago, the board of directors elected by the players at the annual meeting last winter resigned, and the club is now being, operated in the same manner as last year. Stewart McFadden is booking and general manager, and Aubrey Bonham, high school athletic coach, is secretary and treasurer, Directors who resigned were M. J. Pool, F. W. Wehler, J. W. Kelly, C. R. LaBarre, and Dr. F. C. Scanlan ' Senator Geo. W. Patterson discussed the legislature's record in a half hour "address before the Rotary club Monday noon, He related the history of the attempts to impeach Lieut,-Qov. McFartane, criticised Clifton, of the Dea Moines Register, for garbled stories, touched on the "U" investigation, commended Turner's course in the Cedar • county "rebellion," discussed the .defeat of the income ta* bill, spoke of the state's mounting expenditures, and endorsed the county assessor, bill. A number of Rotarians remained to greet the senator after the meeting school hour. A district convention of the W. F. M. S. takes place at Forest City this week, with an excellent program. Mrs. A. A. Bishop, district president, will preside. ST. THOMAS, Father Eller, Bee- tor—Next Sunday: Morning prayer and sermon at 11. LEDYARD WOMAN'S EYE HURT WHEN BRANCH FLIES BACK Ledyard, May 5—Mrs. Brauer met with a serious accident last week Wednesday while she was chopping plum brush down. A limb flew back and hit In the eye, the prongs cutting the eyelid. Clyde Beyse took her to Bancroft to Doctor «Cevlne, and she has been going-back each day to have the wound dressed. It Is feared that she will lose the sight in that eye. ' . ' ' " Ben gorensen gave a, - : »W«wy_ of the accidental discovery ..cfr.-rubber, the accidental discovery." Jafcr « ways to make rubber impervious to temperature changes, and.,some of the hundreds of everyday uws of rvlbei- before too jpwanls club . Mr. Spreneea BASKET SOCIAL AND NEGRO PROGRAM Thursday EvenUg, May 14 Two miles west of Wesley "and 2V miles north, in District No. 5, Ladles—Please bring baskets, and gentlemen their pocketbooks. Ladies With Baskets Admitted Free. EVERYBODY WELCOME. Admission lOc and 25c. ESTHER STENEBSEN, Teacher. 3-Day Excursion May 15-16.17 $8 Round Trip to Chicago FROM A1GONA For going trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains leaving Friday, May 15, Saturday, May 16 and until 7:18 a. m. Sunday, May IT For return trip, tickets will be honored in coaches on trains scheduled to" reach Algona not later than midnight of Monday, May 18. CWJdreu Half Fare. Wo Bag£«f o Caeeke4 For fv CHICAGO * North Vf* KQSStJTH COtTNtt ADVANCE. ALQQNA. IOWA Christensen Bros. Co. Continues WITH NEW MERCHANDISE ADDED—AND STILL DEEPER PRICE REDUCTIONS QUOTED. IN £tb OF OUR EXPERIENCE WE HAVE NEVER ASSEMBLED SUCH A BEWILDERING VARIETY OF SENSATIONAL VALUES. WE ARE OUT TO MAKE MAY OUR BIGGEST MONTH OF THE YEAR—AND ARE OFFERING "HIGH GRADE GOODS" AT "LOW GRADE PRICES." SILK DRESSES Featured for This Week $4.77 Consisting of smart printed and plain silks in long sleeves, short sleeves and sleeveless models. The sizes are from 14 to 44. SPLENDID COATS Unmatched Values $9.88 Some of these are coats from last season that were priced for as much as $40.00. Others are this season's newest models. SILK DRESSES The Greatest Value We Have Ever Offered $ft 77 3>O.f I Featuring smart jacket dresses, as well as a wonderful variety of short and long sleeve models in exquisite print and plain colors—all sizes. Smart and Stylish -at$14,88 These are strictly new and up-to- date—many were priced at from $19.75 to $25.00,, both sport and dress models. SILK DRESSES For AH Occasions and For All Sizes $10.77 Printed and plain chiffons—printed silks and plain silk crepes. Over 200 to choose from—every one different —and every one a beauty. EXTRA SPECIAL The Best Coats We Have Ever Offered for $22.88 "Printzess", Redfern, and Sterling makes—sport and dress coats—values to $35.00. Splendid selection if you buy now. Super Valuesfrom all Over the Store ExtraSpecial Sheeting 26c A good unfilled standard quality bleached sheeting in the 9/4 or 81 inch width. MAY SALE PRICE Turkish Towels Large size heavy weight double thread weave towels in solid white or with colored borders. MAY SALE OOt PRICE—. COG Lace Curtains "Quaker" quality lace curtains of the full width and nice quality of Nottingham and fillet MAY SALE HO** PRICE _,___vOC ExtraSpecial Rayon Bloomers Nicely made, with flat lock seams, full cut bloomers, sten-ins and panties. Every wanted color and style. MAY SALE — Rugs All Other Rugs at May Sale Prices Also. Heavy quality closely woven Axminster, 9x12 and 8.3x10.6; new attractive patterns. MAY SALE Children's Sox Short hose and anklets for kiddies in the new styles and color for spring & summer wear. MAY SALE PRICE 23c Pajamas Ladies' pajamas , made from colorful' rayons and colorfast prints in new attractive styles. MAY SALE PRICE____, 89c Gloves "Kayser" quality made gloves of suede and silk in new spring styles and colors. MAY SALE PRICE 98c Rompers Children's rompers and play suits, in attractive styles, made from tub fast materials. MAY SALE PRICE. Ruffled Curtains Criss Cross ruffled curtains, in solid colors as well as the ivory with colored cuffled trims. MAY SALE! AC),* PRICE 3OC Undergarments Knitted rayon in bloomers, stepins, skirts, combinations, dance sets, french panties, shorties MAY SALE OAj* PRICE ^__O9C Princess Slips New styles in pink and white princess slips in both form fitted and straight line styles. MAY SALE PRICE 89c Union Suits Ladies' knitted gauze union suits in both tight and loose leg styles, in all sizes. MAY SALE PRICE__ 49c New Silk. Our finest figured silks in new attractive patterns & colors. Several patterns to choose from. MAY SALE PRICE-., $1.79 Draperies Sunfast drapery damask in several new 'attractive patterns in the most wanted colors. MAY SALE PRICE 98c Silk U-Wear Dainty silk crepe de chine undergarments of the newest styles and colors. MAY. SALE PRICE _. 98c ExtraSpecial English Prints Our entire stock of finest quality regular 29c color fast soft finish English prints. <f A n MAY SALE ___ I *)V 10 yd. limit to customer Hose Ladies and junior hose, silk and novelty lisle weaves. Appropriate for, growing girls. Reg. 69 and 69c quality. MAY SALE____ Silk Scarfs Dainty stylish silk scarfs of georgette crepe and flat crepes in new shapes and colors. HAY SALE PRICE ExtraSpecial Silk Hose } ; Ladies' full - fashioned pure silk, regular $1,00 quality, in several new spring & summer shades MAY SALE CO A PRICE. ___O»JC Wash Dress Sale Continues All this Tub Fast Prints Including fast color prints—^ and-pretty sheer voiles—all sizes from 14 to 52. May Sale $1,77 New Arrivals Marcy Lee and Georgiaaa makes—all pretty styles and fast color. Marvelous values in shantung, linen and voiles May Sale $2,77 Featuring 1OO Dresses at - tp w ^nf ! ^fc^.ifc^p^w^-Jli.JBi • Our usual dollar values. Pleasing styles and created from color fast prints. Get your share,. Stunning Styles In this group you will be surprised at the beautiful voiles you can buy at such a modest price. Misses & women's sizes May Sale $3.77 Styles qf the H0W Chiffon voiles tliat can scarcely be detected from fine silk chiffon comprise' this group. Real beauties. May Sale $4 J7 JP* — ^^ ^(p^JBIfllUPP ^WP^^p ^^ ^JB^ I^P^^^p^ ^K^ ^WSW ^^^^^F-^W ^SB^^i^™

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