Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1931
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K08SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Commencement minds of parents and friends are wondering , •rAduation present for those who are about nn to the seat of higher learning or out into ay world'to win their fame and fortuiie. ise consist Of fine candies, and we have Ey appropriate gift packages for this occasion INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR STORE )'.: , inspect our superb, line of«package candies. : success to the 1931 Senior Class we are at>ypur Both are members of Phi Beta Kappa, national honorary scholastic PAGE *"t V I ALGONQUIN CONFECTIONERY Home Made Ice Cream and Candies. bt State Street. ; y ..... ... Algona, .Mrs. William Stcll of Emmetsburg spent the week-end at Jos. Stell'a. .John Klllan, Sexton patient at .the Kossuth hospital, Is Improving. Mrs. Paul Dremmel assisted Saturday at the Weiss & Sorstedt cloak shop. 1 U M. Merrltt has sold his old motor hearse to an undertaker in Minnesota. The Rev. P. ,T. Braner was a guest at the Lutheran parsonage at Hurt Saturday afternoon. 'Dr. R. H. Crawford got home yesterday from Chicago, where he had been since Sunday, Mrs. G. A. Brunson, Mason City, ist lew process oil burning range, 4-burner, with i oven, and uses the famous all brass Lorain i at a price that is within reach of all. Deliv- i your home for— $49.50 ave also added the,new Barton porcelain tub i washing machines, an putptandih'g vklute>a't? I lowers, Grass Catchers, Garden Hose in bulk iO feet lengths at real values. IELSON HARDWARE 127.4. ALGONA, IOWA was a Sunday guest of and Caroline Wernert. Harriett Christine Not in years n%ve : we seen such SILK A low price dress. Styles for everybody. ., Only 50 dresses at this price. Values up to $10.00, now go at $4.98. Thursday, Friday, Saturday Only. floom's Store DEL MONTE SLICED Pine '"• 2^39* ^amcappleatamoneyiaving it e a teal economy! Stocfc up now! I Pineapple SNO.I CANS 21 c I Pineapple fcw . MONTE; VELUOW cy NG J« Monte iartUtt P«an n! U ont » f r «"tf for 2 NO. 2 CANS 37« » NO. i CANS 39c . . . , . n»cor« Oily* Oil ,,.,,. s-oz. CRUET 10e jj| rto •.,,,, 8" Ji 1 " *•»*•! ftUM f <llln • 3 . « CAN.5TER , , POUND Clara Prun«> 7o-«o» . , 4 'QUNDS No. |Q ,..,,, NO.IPCAN 25c 25f 23c 450-:: 29c °j» • t i > » EIQHT O'CLOCK 19' . 2Sc Stores Thurston, who teaches at Woodbine, spent the week-end with the M. P. Haggards. Leslie Samp, Estherville pharmacist, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Andrew 'Godfredson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty, Freder- icksb'urg, spent Sunday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Julia Brace. The Walter Wills'' attended the wedding of a relative, a Miss Mere, at Truman, Minn.",.on Mothers' day. Mrs. P. J. Braner' left Saturday evening for Hubhard to take care of her mother, who Is seriously sick. The D. L. Lefferts spent Sunday at Swea City, guests of Mrs. Leffert's mother, Mrs. Hannah Anderson. • . • John Bllnkman took his sister Lil- lle to Des Moines Saturday night, and they spent the week-end with [friends .there. Mrs. Agnes Miller, daughter Marie, and Arnold Elbert spent Sunday with relatives and friends [at Emmetsburg. Joan Lee, 5-weeks daughter of Mr. and Mrs; W. A. Bleich, was taken to the Kossuth hospital for medical ^treatment Saturday. Elsie Helmke, employed at the Rice apartment and the Booft & Gift Shop, spent last week with her parents at Whittemore. : Dr. M. J. Kenefick left Tuesday for Des Moines to attend a state medical meeting. He is expected home sometime this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mason are parents of a girl, born Monday at their home, the seventh child. The baby "has been named Beverly Jane. Editor and Mrs. John Guderian, of Kanawha, and their daughter Betty spent Sunday with John's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Guderian. Claude "White, carpenter employed with R. L. Padgett, spent, the weekend with his parents at Linden. Mr. White rooms with the TJ. C. Reelings. Mayor Specht, his wife, and Mrs: C. B. Murtagh were at Lakota Friday evening and heard a missionary speaker at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Free, Iowa City, are parents of a girl, born Sunday at the University hospital. She has been named Suzanne. The W. S. Lees spent Sunday at Mason City with Mrs. Lee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. 'Johnson. Mr. Lee is employed at the Christensen store. Mr. and Mrs. George Arndorfer, west of St. Benedict, are parents of a'girl, born Monday evening, the second girl. There is also a boy In the family. . >• .' . ' 'Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischen, south of Sexton, are parents of a 10-lb. boy, born at their home Saturday evening. There Ifi one girl In a family of four boys. . . Mrs. F. A.-M. Frost came home a week ago Friday . from Wirock, •'Minn., where she had • spent six weeks, with Mr. Frost, veteran railroad agent there. Mrs. Wallace Reece, New Providence, is expected today to spend the week-end with her father, Lars Sorenson. Mrs. Reese was formerly Evelyn Sorenson. tMrs. F. S, Norton went to Keokuk Saturday for a month with her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Ferguson. She will help care for 'a grandson born The Rev. Frank Webster returned Saturday from'Minneapolis where he had spent several days at the Baptist hospital going through the clinic. Mr. Webster has been suffer, ing for some time from terrific headaches. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence, Cedar Rapids, spent the week-end with local relatives, and Mr. Lawrence meanwhile looked after business matters in connection with the Silver Fox farm hare in which he Is Interested. Leland Coonan, Des Moines, spent Saturday with his sister, Mrs. M. J. Streit, en route home from Sioux Falls. He is sales manager for the Northwest Engineering company, of Chicago, in the states of Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa. Gus Sjogren, W. A. Dutton, H. R. Zumach. Whittemore, a Mr. Gengler, Lotts Creek, and a Mr. Krause, Fenton, went to Des Moines Sunday in the Sjogren car to attend a Briardale grocerymen's convention. They were expected home yesterday. Beulah Hartshorn and Hilda Campbell spent Sunday at Swea City with the former's parents. Beulah is employed at Mrs. Edythe Dailey's beauty shop over the Bloom store, and Hilda Is in charge of Mrs Dailey's shop over the Iowa State bank. Everett Robinson, who has been employed at the Standard Oil station in the ClEipsnddle building, left for Thompson Tuesday, where he will be employed driving a truck for a pav ing crew. Lewis Moore, high schoo graduate this year, is taking his place. ' Elizabeth Kirschner, St. Paul, is expected Saturday for a week with local friends, and will be the guest of Jennie Cooney. She is now a government employe at the union station, St. Paul, but was formerly bookkeeper and cashier at the Goeders store. , Wallace, son of Dr. and Mrs, R. A. Evans, arrived Saturday night to spend Mothers' day at home. He is timekeeper and bookkeeper for the Colonial Baking Co., Des Moinee. Wallace was graduated from the College of Commerce of the state university last spring. Mrs. Sadie Schenck, Minneapolis, and her daughter Mildred went home Sunday, after a week with the former's sons Lloyd, near Burt, and A. B., of Union township. Mil Klwanlans Entertain Kweens— The kiwanlans entertained* their Kweens at dinner and bridge at the A-lgona hotel last Thursday even- ng. At seven o'clock a two-course dinner was served. The five long tables were centered with bouquets of mixed flowers. The nut cups were n pastel shades. The chair backs were made of different colored pastel crepe paper. The favors for the Kweens were china Dutch boys and girls. The Klwanlans 1 favors were monkeys attached to a spring cord. During the dinner club songs were sung with Dr. W. D. Andrews and Dr. H. L. McCorkle as song leaders. Jeannette Goeders was the pianist. H. W. Miller, president, gave a short talk after which the speaker of the evening, E. R. Dunlop, a Mason City Kiwanian, told of a trip to Europe. After the program bridge was played. Prizes were won by Mrs. Jos. Qreenberg, Eva Streit, Mrs. W. D. Andrews, Dr. C. H. CrcUmeyer, William Vigars, and H. M. Smith. The committee in charge consisted of Mr. arid Mrs. H. E. Sor- stedt' and Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas. There w.ere 73 .present. Algonfnn Holds District AV. F. M. S. A district Methodist Woman's Foreign Missionary society meeting was held ,at Forest City last week Wednesday, with Mrs. A. A. Bishop, president 'of the district, in charge. Other Algonlans who attended were the Rev., and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, Dist. Supt. and Mrs. W. H. Lease, and Mesdames AV. A Foster, W. H. Hodges, E. R. Rising, G L. Vohs, Carney, Gaskill, and Johnson. Mrs. Bishop was reelected. Local Stand- nd Bearer girls who attended an •ening program were Esther Fran Bridge Party Given at Hotel— Mesdames A. W. Amunsen, Bert Deal, and L. M. Merrltt entertained 64 women at luncheon and bridge at the Algona hotel Tuesday. At one o'clock a three-course luncheon was served at small tables centered with bouquets of sweet peas. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. C. H. Williams, Mrs. W. E. Laird, and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Mrs. G. D. Stokes won the consolation prize. Attend S. V. I. Alumni Banqnetrr- Algonians who,. ,attende$ a,, university alumni,, banquii. at the Han: ford hotel, M^ison City, ^Tuesday' night were Jtrs v , Marguerite' ,'Kene- I'ick, Mrs. George Elb'ert/'jAhn Haggard, Harold . Ifulkenhajner, ,. L. fit. Llnnan, Dr. H. M. Olson, an'd Dr. C. D. Schnpp. Geo. w. Godfrey, member of the state board of education, also attended. Gives I»incc lit State Park— Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Barker and Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton entertained at a. dancing party at the Shelter House at the Ambrose A. Call state park Saturday night. There were il2 couples. After dancing, "re frcshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hertig, Buffalo Center, were out of town guests. Ogren next week Thursday . afternoon at 2:30. o'clock. A report of the Presbyterlaj will be given. • The First Lutheran Dorcas society will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at Luther'hall; hostesses, Mrs. Anders. Anderson and Mrs. H. A. Norman. Mesdames J. L. Bonar, H. M. Hauberg, j; S. Auner, and R. H. Crawford entertained yesterday noon at a bridge-luncheon, The MetHbdist W. F. M. S. will meet with Mrs. F. F. Barker at 2:30 this afternoon. a-few weeks ago. "Mr. and Mrs. Ned Porter, Glendale, Calif., arrived Friday to spend several months with Mrs. Charlotte Parsons. Mrs. Potter was Opal Parsons before marriage. • Mrs. W. J. Bell and her sister, Mrs. C. J. Sill, were called to Spokane early in the week by news Buchanan, that their father, John 82, was critically sick. Mrs. M. J. Keneflck wae expected home yesterday from Iowa City, iwhere she had spent Mothers' day with her daughter Gertrude, freshman in- the university. . .A Plum Creek Farm Bureau meeting scheduled for tomorrow evening has been postponed till Friday, May 29, when it will take place at Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shaw's. Dr, and Mrs. W. R. Laird, Sioux -Falls, and a son spent Sunday with toe Doctor's mother, Mrs. Ella Uaird, and Mrs. Laird's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove. George Hoflus and Floyd Bils- boroiigh attended an Iowa State Poster convention at Des Moines Friday. George is the local representative and Floyd is his assistant. The Mid-Continental oil station across the street east from the Steels store Is being remodeled. To let high trucks up to the gas pumps, the old extended roof was torn down. The Frank Welch family, Webster City spent Sunday at A. A. Sterling's. Mr, Sterling, who lives across the street from'Senator Dickinson's, works at the Foster furniture store. Mrs Lura Sanders, local librarian, spent last week Tuesday at Mason City where'she attended a district librarians' meeting. Mrs. Sanders \yas chairman of the dlstrictjfor the year just ended, • The C. F. spechts were at Forest City' Sunday, guests of thpir daughter, Mrs. Harry Larson. Mr. Larson runs a hatchery, and the Spechts' son William has a hatchery at Lakota. ' EC. and Roy MoMahon and H. L,. Gilmore drove to Grundy Center fn'-a truck Sunday morning, return-, ing that night. They broughtjiome law books and .cases which had 'bought for his office. Dr. Guy Anderson, of AcWey. spent Sunday W"n M* P*" Mrs. Fred Anderson. Mrs.-An*J» suffered a broken Wp a few months ago, Is reported alone aa well as expected. »• »• Bondae and dred, who Is assistant state club leader in Minnesota, spent a few days last week at Ames. Mr, and'Mrs. Harry Cutler, Cedar Rapids, and their son Richard came Saturday for a visit with the A B Kresenskys. Mr. Cutler went home Monday; Mrs. Cutler and her son, who remained, will -go home tomor> row. Mrs. Cutler and Mrs. Kresen sky attended the state college to gether. Mrs. Elsie Cady and her daughter Evelyn went to Iowa City Sunday and Evelyn, who has lor many years been crippled with arthritis will undergo an operation there. Shi was at Iowa City twice last winter and the doctors decided that the op eratlon might restore the use of he: arms and legs. She has been an In valid 16 years or more. Mr, and Mrs. F. C. (Chan) Dalles and Alan Dailey stopped In Algon yesterday on their way from Bris tow, Okla., to Wisconsin. "Chan and Alan are sons of the late A. F Dailey, Algpnlan for .many years "Chan'.' has been-.In- the electrica business at Brlstow, where a larg radio broadcasting station Is located Alan has been • In the Argentine 1 South America, and spent som time In Europe. W. W. Baldwin has been mlssln from the streets during the las month, but hie familiar horse an cart are still on the job. Mr. Bald win Is suffering from an Infectlo in one of his feet. In a telephon conversation the other day he sal he had. suffered terrific pain an thought it would be another mont before he would be able to reaum work. During his Illness Bob Smit Is driving for him. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Van Ness ob served Mothers' day Sunday by hav ing their family all together at th same time for the first'time in llv years. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Va Ness, Cedar Rapids, drove to. Ceda Falls Sunday 'morning, where the were met by 'the, elder Mr. and Mr Van Ness and the eons John an Rodney. Katherlne Van Ness,.; wh is attending the state • teachers co lege, Cedar Falls, .was. host^s to the rest of the,family for the da; LOCALS f The H. R. Rosewalls, Blue Earth, Minn'.; and .Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Counsell; ForfDpdge, spent Sunday with Mrs. Charles Rosewall. H. R. is Mrs. Rosewall's son and Mrs. Coun sell is a daughter. H. R. is manager of the Kraft-Rosewall store at Blue Earth, and Mr. Counsel! is in charge of the National Cash Register office son in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Edward Genrich and Mrs. Al Spongberg spent Saturday and Sun- day at Cedar F.alls, and, **rs. k <*en- , ,,,t *~ rich-visited a 'sister, While. ttfrtC . >.' V Spongberg visited her daughter Emma. Both girls are attending the I. ;S. T. C. Emma will be graduated < from the primary 'department this spring and will teach in the'Stanley consolidated schools next fall. Mr. and Mrs.-Theo..Hutchison a^d , their baby daughter arrived /by . automobile from Los Angeles Tues- ' day night. En route they stopped to visit Mrs. Hutchison's sister, Ann Murtagh, who teaches at Woodbine. The" are visiting with Mrs. Hutchison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, and Theodore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison. Little Herbert Joel Mathes, who is ill with pneumonia at the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. , C. A. Merrifleld, suffered a relapse last week Thursday, but was reported gaining Monday. Mrs. F. H. Seller has been caring for him since the relapse. Herbert is th« of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes,, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Mathes, who is with her son, was formerly Netha French. en, Gertrude and Helen Morrow, ladys Rising, Albert Grosenbach, largaret Vigars, Margaret Habe- ar, Margaret Lease, Mary Elizaeth Foster, Pearl Walker, Arba Dee ong, Gertrude Long, Adds Anderon, and Bernice Dearsch. Alberta nd Gladys sang a duet, accompan- eU by Mary Foster. iithcrnn Y. F.'Society Organized— The young people of the Algona 'rinity Lutheran congregation met t the Lutheran " schoolhouse last 'eek Tuesday and organized a "oung People's society". The meet- ng was opened with the hymn tand Up, Stand Up for Jesus, after vhich the pastor, the -Rev. P. J. Jraner, delivered a short address >ased on Romans 1:16, in which the mportance of the work among the oung was emphasized. Organlza- ion of the society, followed, and the lame Trinity Y. P. S. of Algona vas adopted. OfCicers were elected: president, Elda Lavrenz; vice pres- dent, He'.muth Huenhold; secretary, Bleckwenn; treasurer, Alvin Juenhold; librarian, Emmet Beard. Refreshments were then served by the Rev. and Mrs. 'Braner. The next meeting will take place the first Tuesday in June. , Sixth Birthday is Observed- Meredith Larson observed her sixth birthday anniversary Saturday and In honor of the event entertained at games and lunch between three and five o'clock. Meredith Is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theo Larson. Guests were Margaret Jane Colllnson, Joan Lowe, Jean Guderian, 'Peggy Jane Wehler, Frances_Sorenson, Shirley and Phyllis Larson, Dick Simpson, Billy Marshall, Louise Funk, Jane Nielson, Maxine 'Dailey, Aubrey Slagle, Donna Jean Waldron, Andrew .and Teddy Larson, Meredith's teacher, Nellie Benedict, and her two sisters Maxine and Theodora. An out-of' town guest was Sterling Lease, of Wesley. ' • Wat any e Girls to Convention— Louise Magnusson, Mary Mitchell, and Adah Carlson will attend an Association of Watanye clubs convention at Clear Lake next Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Louise is' an association board member, Mary is president of the local club, and Adah a member. There will be a banquet Monday night at the Clear Lake Country club clubhouse. There are 21 members in the club, which will invite the association to hold its next convention here; Former Teacher Here Engaged— Announcement was made In Sunday's Daily lowan, Iowa City, of the engagement of Dorothea Starbuck, former Algona teacher, and Ray B. Miller, Iowa City. Miss Starbuck is head of science. In £he Galva, 111., high .school. Mr. MilJfV will complete studies for a. Ph. p. degree this Other Society News Mesdames C. R. La Barre, A. E. Michel, A. L. Long, and G. S. Buchanan will entertain 50 women at dinner and bridge Saturday night at the La Barre home. The same group will entertain 50 more women at luncheon at the La Barre home next Monday. Mesdames Henry and W. J. Becker and A. T. Tweet will entertain 24 women at a bridge-luncheon next Tuesday, and Wednesday night will entertain the same number of women at dinner and bridge. The parties will take place at Mrs. Henry Beckers. , Mrs. Ralph Elbert entertained the Hi-Lo bridge club Friday night at two tables with Mrs. H. L. Me Corkle winning high score and Mrs. W. D. Howie winning the consolation prize. Mrs. Howie and Mrs. W. J. Mangan were guests of the club. Mrs. G. D. • Stokes entertained the Idle Hour bridge club at lucheon Saturday noon at the Tibbets tea room. Bridge was played at the Stokes home. Mrs. A. L. Peterson wo n high score, and Mrs. Hazel Dalziel won low. Peggy Wehler, grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wehler, entertained seven little girls at a matinee party at the Call Friday. The rest of the afternoon was spent a' games, and refreshments were served. Mrs. W. J. Mangan entertained her bridge club at two tables Satur day night. Mrs. W. D. Howie and Mrs. Anna March won the high scores. Mrs. March was a guest o the club. Lunch was served. The Presbyterian Missionary so ciety will meet with Mrs. Alber Runchey's — Bargains in Groceries and Meats We will have some stunning prices on groceries, meats, and fresh fruits and vegetables for Friday and Saturday Specials. BEEF BOASTS Per Found 17c STRAWBERRIES With the flavor— box 25c PORK ROAST Per Pound 16c ORANGES— The kind that yon like — dozen 43c CARROTS 2 Bunches 14c HAMBURGER Fresh Ground— 2 Lhs. 25c APPLES— Of fine flavor— 3 Pounds 23c CELERY— Well bleached—Per Stalk . l»c BOLOGNA 2 Pounds 25c BANANAS 4 Pounds 25c NEW POTATOES 4 Pounds 23c RIB PLATE BOIL 1 Pound 12c GRAPEFRUIT. 3 For 23c RADISHES 3 Bunches lOc Home Baking Saturday. Phone In your order. PHONE 287 WE DELIVER JkLtLaOu VaWMI e "**""• T7 ^^" . r ^ ££ toaS w- Briwfcw is WR,& **^p»r »«««»•«»»»«»••««•»»»»«»•«»«»«»»••* Millinery Sale at the ELITE SHOP ! Beginning Saturday, May 16 aijd continuing. 1UO HATS AT $1.00 EACH. 100 HATS AT $2.50 EACH 100 HATS AT (WE.IWHTIf OFF Select your hat now from our large display. AH the new shapes, oplors, and braids, ANY CHILD'S HAT AT $1.50 EACH Hooked Bug Patterns, any size T -, 11,00 e«|ch JUST RECEIVED—A variety of sizes in ladies' chiffon voile frocks priced at $X.95 to |3.9§ each. No, two alike. Let us saow tfcem. The Elite Shop announcing Our 45th Anniversary Sale May 13,14,15 and 16 Rollins Runstop Hosiery Celebrating with unusual values the completion of almost half a century of service to hundreds of families of Algona and surrounding community. We appreciate your loyal patronage during those years and trust that the conduct of our business will warrant your good will for still more years. A Rollins Hosiery Special * Style, quality, and unusual economy are' combined in this hosiery offering. Here you'll find just the kind of hosiepy you wan*at prices that mean real savings in assembling this important part of your Sprin-; wardrobe, Silk to the top chiffons or service weight, picot edge with French panel heel $1.65 With the purchase of 2 pairs— 1 pair FREE! Other styles arranged in popular priced groups. -1 I -I I s ~ 99^G fcWrVl'^^WW' H* ,

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