Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1931 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1931
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTtt COttNTY ADVANCE. ALQQNA, IOWA BANCROFT HAS ENTERPRISING LEGION POST Bancroft, May 19 — The local Le- .gion post has a scheme whereby members who are present receive, a prize. Only one prize is awarded at •each meeting, and it the member chosen is present he receives $2. The members who were chosen at the last tour meetings have not been present, so the winner next meetinH •will receive $11), if he is present. The plan was devised to eneourag't attendance. Bancroft has a JKe post oC the American Legion. They own the dance pavilion and every Wednesday night dances are held. Only the best of music, is secured, and fine crowds have attended. This year the post is also sponsoring a baseball club in which boys uiuk-r 17 years will be eligible. Harold i'ohl- riian, of .Uolvin, conch at Bancrolt high' school, has been secured to coach the. 1 boys. He expects to have 2fi in the club. Several iicig(il>".)riny posts are sponsoring junior baseball clubs also. in riioiu 1 Oncruldrs— Margaret Quinn is vho mnv opf-r- alia- at tiio Iru-ai (fli'pli.j.ic .,rrk-> liable liusvo, loin,' dii-:Viv,c,. opcrr.tcii, is iiuittiim .lir.w I to (MH'jr summ'-r school in t'oilar I-V.iis. Miss Himt has siuntd a c(intru<-t to teai'ii ui> j .tohn Nyman fv'.wol \vost of toun. She yraduated from tho Uam-ron high school ;\vo years as..i and ha 1 been worki'.'.K at the LvU'lilionc ol'l'ii'i Hince. The Xovtir.v-jstern I.;•.•!I em- ployes five operators hure. Uons Pearson is the nv.v reiief operator. She will woi'U while tin- 1 Ljirls taki their vacations. rill : Friday to visit friends. Mrs. Powers has been working at the A. H. Fuchs home the last week. The Powers moved,from here abottt a year ago. Mr. Powers operated a garage here. Henry Farrow left Monday morning for Sauk Center, where he will visit his brothers, Richard and Charles. Mr. Farrow has been making his home with his sister, Mrs. Frank McGuire, since he quit farming a year ago. The W. J. Welps, Humboldt, spent Sunday at the M. A. Saunders and Mrs. .1. rt. Welp homes. Mr. Welp wa.s recently made manager of the Fort Dodge Limestone company. The Welp family expect to hiove to Fort Uodge this summer, Agnes Carrlgrah returned Tuesday from Aryshlre and DunCombe, where, she spent the past three weeks visit- Ing her mother and three married sisters. Miss Carrlgan Is employed at the Adelbert Conlon home. J. B. Wessels came Friday from Lake Park, where he had been visiting his daughter, Mrs, Evelyn VeVs- Louis the past few months. Mr. Wessel is making his home with his daughter, Mrs. J. C. Menke now. Mr. and Airs. Wilbur Fox and daughter spent the week-end with Mrs. Fox's brother, William Huste- meier and family at Eagle Grove. Mr. Fox Is employed at the Murray elevator. Edward Becker came home from Los Angeles, Calif., Saturday eVen- Ihg. Mr. Becker had been employed in a meat market there since last May. He Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Josephine Becker. R. B. Hutton and Jos. Jenks returned Friday from Dubuciue, where they spent several days on business. Hutton A Jenks are editors of the Bancroft Register. Mr. Jenks was at Albert Lea Saturday on business. A. J. Rohe, Rockford, spent several days In Bancroft on business lost week, Mr. Rohe Is receiver in charge of the First National bank in Rdckftrd. Emil Stoffel, Algona, waa ft caH- ( er In Bancroft Friday. The Stoffels lived near Bancroft till ft year ago lost March, when they moved to a farm just north of Algona. Arnold Elbert came from Algona Sunday to get his sister Carmel, who had been visiting at the Le Roy Schiltz home since Thursday. Mrs. Schlltz Is a sister of the Elberts, Mrs. Al Tolllfson, Milwaukee, and son Tommy Joe came Sunday to spend several months at the M. J. Dyer homo. Mrs. TolHfson was Doris Dyer before her marriage. Mrs. Clayton Bramon, Sioux City Is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Kramer. , was Dorothy Kfctmef before her marriage the first of th6 year. B p. FredeHcksori returned last Thursday from V<* Molnes, **6M he hfld spent a few days on bus ness. Mr. Frederlckson te agent at tne uj & N. W. station. Dr. W. T. Peters, Burt, was in Bancroft on business Friday morn- Ing. . Dr. Peters Is president of the newlv organized Burt Savings bank. Mrs. M. J. Dyer returned Saturday from Cylinder, where she had been since Thursday visiting her mother, Mrs. Moore. , Emma Adolphson will 'entertain the Catholic Missionary society, at her home Thursday afternoon. CONBRTeATIOHATLUVERHE TO BUILO12000 CHURCH frktftSDAY isf Lb'ihefhW 21ori con grefeatlon at'LU Verne plans a""new church, work on Which . will begin Imfhedintcly. It will be constructed .ot brick and tile, v n nd will trieaaure 36xi)d. Plans have been drawn by H. Li. Pftdgett, Algona, nml th« con' tract has been let to H, li. Pntlgett and Bartholomew Brds. It Will cost $12,000/ This Is the church of which the Kov. P. J. Braner, now of Algona, waJB pastor for nine years. ,, ' ents t When the skin | tc ^ drives you mnd parts night nml septic Moono'n !•;,, Oet a bottle, for progressive rtniR K | s ter rending tlie ,u,.' ( « tho | tchlnK censed In ten <i a y a yo your money back' ^ It's easy nnd n 'i Pnsant It's speedy action is „",'°. marvelous. ulc j J{iiMil)-n l.aiinj 1 1') -Marry— Bunns uL' matrimony v.'ci-c pub-! lisheil t'tir tin- 1'iivt time at St.. John's Catholic church Sunrtiiy In-- i twcc-n Uosalyn Laiipi.' ami Fred, Becker, of -Mason City. Mi.-s Lappc 5s employed in the ready-to-wear do-j purtineiu oC Kennedy's Department ; store, an.'l is the oldest duu.ylner ot| Frank Lappe. Mr. Beeker is a son I •ot" Mrs. Josephine Uueker, of Uli.s , city, and is employed at Ihe Ueckiri'j ]>lant at Mason City. The couple will j live in Mason City after the \ved- Alna, June i.'. Xetrlon "Aux" is Enli-Haliu'il— Alr.s. I'aul Graincs, Ciara -Vein- mcrs, and Hazel Sankcy eiitenained the 'i.eyion Auxiliary at the honu: of Mrs. (.Irauies last week Tuesday evenir.K. The Auxiliary had been meeting the second Tuesday of the month, but lj"e:iuse so many uLher meetings art' lieid on that evening they iiaVc.' chosen the. first Tm.'Suay j of the month. Twenty njemhei's at tended the last meeting. Jilnsoys ((> l.t'iivc liaacrm't— Mrs. Bridget Quinn, son Charles, anil Mrs. liarl Kiusey spent Thurs<lay in l^ort Uoilue yisitinK friends. The Kinseys will move to \Varren- ton, X. i-.. sometime next month Mr. Kinaey has a position in a woolen mill in that city. He has been there since the first of tho year and ilrs. Kinsey and tiie enildren stayed hei\! so the children cuuld finish the school yea] 1 . Acw (jriiiiilson for Alsonlan— •Mrs. AnKeline llaupert, AlKo came Thursday to get aef|nainted "With her grandson, Allan Anthony Vaske, the new .son of the Otto Vaskes since last Wednesday. Mrs. A'aske was Lorelta [Taupert before her marriage. They have one other child, a son. Mary Merrill, H. 'N., is caring for Mrs. Vaske and the baby. Xcc Browns Have Word. \\-a.s received here last Thursday that the I.ee Browns, of •Omaha have a baby girl born that morning. .Mrs. Uroivn is a daughter of the Peter Kerens. The Browns have one other child, It nth Ann, who haw been .staying with her grandparents here the last few weeks. SI. John's i'lay Sliifivd Aifafn— "Only Sally Ann," the senior class play of St. John's, which was given last week Sunday was, presented again Thursday evening at St. John's auditorium at the request of so many who were unable to attend on Sunday on account of the Post Plans .Markers— At a recent meeting of McKinnon Post of the American -Legion, it •was planned to put markers on the graves of all veterans burled in St. Jojin's and Greenwood cemeteries. They expect to have ihe markers in place before .Decoration day. IMonloa Uuderkoflor Gives Party— Monica I'nderkofler entertained seven of her friends at a birthday party last week Tuesday evening. They attended the show, "Unfaithful", at the Call Theater, Algona. Miss Underkofler was sixteen years old. Morrlno Hollering 7; Parly — Several friends of Morrlne Dei ter- Ing helped her celebrate her seventh tirthclay at her home last week "Wednesday. She Is the second Daughter of the A, H. Delterlngs. Cooker I>sslon tilveii — The women of Greenwood township Farm Bureau met Friday afternoon at the public school. A lesson In tireless cookers was given. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bazell and Florence McGilligan visited In Webster City Sunday. The Bazell s visited relatives and Mrs. McGilJigan •visited her friend, Mrs. Charles Clendennlngs. The Bazells live on a farm north of town owned by the Collins Farm Company and Mrs. McGilllgan is employed in Kennedy Bros.' Department store. Wilbur Cox returned Monday from Des Molnes, where he had been several days on business. The Cox family recently moved here from Crystal Lake. They live just west of the Catholic church. It was Mr. Cox's wife and step-daughter who Were killed on the Bancroft-Tltonka road when a rear tire blew out on their Chevrolet sedan In February. The \V. C. O. P. held Its regular meeting- Thursday evening at the Forester hall. Cards were played after the meeting and Mrs. Charles Btauder won high score in. "500" and Julia Schlltz received the cut prize. Vera Powers came over from Ter- Win. C. Steele Never Before iuch Low Prices Bought Such High This is not a store that has "something just as good" but for something infinitely BETTER—BETTER IN SERVICE; BETTER in VALUE, BETTER in STYLE, BETTER in QUALITY it is a safe port to cast anchor, In this way are we striving to keep abreast of the times with a vastly superior clothes service that is destined to satisfy EVERY PREFERENCE, EVERY PERSON, AND EVERY PURSE. ' , .'•.•*. '•?i jj^^fr^, 7.3 ^H*. J !-\ r? mxM^ ^ MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S Clip this Coupon and save $5.50 This Coupon is worth $5.50 (five dollars and fifty cents) when applied to the purchase of any suit from our regular stock priced at $27.50 or more. Extraordinary Purchase! Because of a special purchase from a well known, reliable clothing manufacturer, who was OTerstocked Win. C. Steele is able to offer fifty suits, men's and young men's, in the newest patterns and colors, which would sell at $25.00. Here they are, while they last at $16.85. Better hurry. COUPON This is worth $5.50 to you. Bearer is entitled to $5.50 (five dollars and fifty cents) allowance on the purchase of any of our new Spring Suits at $27.50 or more, provided the purchase is made on May 22nd to Mays80th. Your Name Your Address „_ _. Wm. C. STEELE, Algona, Iowa. $25.00 VALUES —Now— $16. AS NEW SPRING NEW SPRING SUITS SUITS $30.00 values 5.50 Less Coupon 1 27.50 values 5.50 Less Coupon NEW SPRING SUITS $35.00 values 5.BO Less Coupon $22.00 What You Pay $24.50 What You Pay $29.50 What You Pay Dress Straw Hats Here they are men. A regular Milan straw hat. New shape, and colors blue, a gray, and tan. Never before have you seen a hat like this at this new low price. While they last— Bestone Dress Made of genuine broadcloth, guaranteed fast color, and full cut. Well tailored, having the new improved collar, the very latest patterns and color combinations. Featured in light and dark grounds. Put up in the new long fold. Sizes 14 to 17. 15 $1. 3 for $3.00 MEN'S UNION SUITS Men's elastic rib knit union suits. Short sleeves, ankle length, fine gauge yarn. Closed crotch, ecru colors. This is certainly a wonderful value. 69c BOYS' SWEATERS Sleeveless & Pullover The new patterns and colors are here. Fancies and plain colors. In ages 4 to 14. All wool and part wool. In pul- overs, sleeves, and sleeveless. 89c, $1.25, $1.45 BOYS' KAYNEE SHIRTS Here mothers are the regular KAYNEE JUNIOR SHIRTS. In a beautiful assortment of colors and patterns. Made just like Dad's. 79c BOYS' KAYNEE BLOUSES Every mother knows the KAYNEE BLOUSES. They are full cut, fast colors, neatly tailored, and in a beautiful assortment of colors and patterns. 69c EXTRA TROUSERS for Men and Boys The celebrated "Dutchess trousers. Extra well tailored. Seams and buttons are sewed to stay. In a variety of colors and patterns. Boy» ...$1,95, $2.50 Men'* ___.$3,$4,$5 YOUNG MEN'S SWEATERS Pullover & Sleeveless Nobby sweaters, in the new and wanted colors and patterns. All wool—plain and fancy weaves. $2.45, $2.95, $3.45 MEN'S DRESS CAPS All new patterns and colors for spring and summer. Pull silk linings, full heavy leather sweat bands, and non- breakable visers. * $1.00 MEN'S FANCY WORK SHIRTS The famous 'Janesville Special' fancy woven work shirts, coat style, cut over large roomy pattern. Two pockets and continuous sleeve facing, sizes 14 1-2 to 17. 59c Wm. C. STEELE ALGONA'S BEST CLOTHES STORE Athletic Union Suits] These garments are full «Jj strap back, extra well tt^J ored and reinforced with 6M1 tacking at all points of strain! —made of 80 square nn- sook, 49c Bestone Pajamas Men, shouting Broadcloth pajamas, P co»t styles . " I r - •

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