Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1931 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1931
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[/services were conducted f L Trinity Evangelical a' '" . A !„.„„„ lw the thc Rev. ?M 12 graves of his nnd Mrs. C. R. Creek cenvstery. Mr...Rledel, Had lived with „,..„., who was his born In Missouri, nncl was in his 08th His father, who was •opted a call to an wmte\vnen GUStavrwas 12 I edcr Riedd retired and '.his county. For many .family lived in the Plum The city water sprinkler wns out Friday for the first time this year. Mr. and Mrs. C. XI. Taylor spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ickholm, Swea City. Mrs, .T. w. Mnngan and Mrs. W. . Hemphlll spent the week-end vith friends at Minneapolis. SMrs. Ann Fochncr, of- the Elite Hat Shop, goes to Omnha today for a visit till June I at her sister'Mrs. Wni. 0. Boger's. , M. E. and F. A. 13arlhnlomew and X.L. Padgett spent .Sunday nt Tut- .lo and Iowa. Lakes, fishing. They caught n. niimlier of bullheads. Mrs. Catherine TIss, Mrs. Isabelle Melggs, Mrs. Edw. Butler, Kvan Finnell, and Mr. hc 'brother, Edward in interior decorator, of laid it sister- Mrs. Mathilda ctev-Maml. Ohio. 1 Both came ewi. He loft no will and Ly will be shared one by his brother and sister third by the chll- C. B. H. Rledel, Enill, on a small farm near 8 - Ernest, on the old C* farm In Union town- lldemar, on the .Gustav ; Arthur, farming near is, trucker and oat-hull; Ralph, of Spencer, an/ Krue, Algona. sifsTcoES UNDISCOVERED | the house fortunately wen i much damage was /done Murphy home north o: [last Thursday night. The :overed the next morning |f|re burned a lace curtain ( of the window by a wash (en burned half the .window Ibrched the medicine cahlmr ipped to a chair under- had burned half the at out of the chair before luntahly stopped burning. [ling a few feet above th ; not even scorched, ant behind the washstanc Ifew inches of the curtain [not caught fire. A stand Ipestry cover a few inches T chair seat did not catcl pre was a can of kerosene t floor under the stand. Ti ire burn as fiercely as thl: [have burned,.and then ,gi i like a miracle. The stall- Ins to Ihe sleeping rooms I runs down into the kitcher ; fire occurred, and thos j the upstairs rooms woul 1 |n trapped had the adway. Intly the fire caught in the )ain when a match was the window frame, and I inactive and unnoticed in KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA> IOWA iOCALS as n. commercial artist. Mrs. Skow, who is a daughter of Mrs. Kate Turner, recently visited here. Supt. nnd Mrs. ,T. F. Overmyer have hnd the porch removed fr Ihclr homo nnd are building a sun porch In its place. The house is a 'so tci bp reshinfflcd, and the old (•-iipnln. lias been removed. The work Carpenter ,'Iohnnn- being done by sen. A to list of household furniture I in sol,| ut Hie old sale barns south nl' tlie IvDSHiilh County State bank Kalurda.y by C. C. Wright, con. Ktablp, agent for the I,. W. Wheeler UKIII rnmpiiriy, appears In fin fid- verliHome.nt elsewhere in tills Ad- and Mrs. A. IT. TIss, | a Verne, spent Sunday at Corwlth. I Mr. and Mrs. L. ;o. 1'ulU'f, Storm Lake, were .Sunday dinner guests of their respective parents, Mr. PAGE FIVE Susie Sawyer. Dos Moines, sp-srit the week-end with Dorothy Samson, j Khe is now in the employ of the' Travelers 1-ilfo company. Formerly Mrs. G. E. lloise, and Mrs. L. 10. I'ot-1 hainer ter. Mrs. .1. B. Mason and children spent the week-end wilh her parents, Dr. and ,Mrs. ,r. W. Darnell, of King- -ted. Mr. M:iKon operates the Al- was a member of the Fulkon- gona Hat'.'hory. Mrs. Margaret Bushnell ter, who teaches at Corwith, will come home tomorrow for the summer. She will teach again next year. Lewis Ferguson and Hal at Corwith Cooper, Ames students, spent the week-end with the former's mother, Mrs. Hortense Ferguson. Mr. Cooper's home Is In the Canal Zone. Christine " and Caroline Wernert, with their guests, Mrs. Nora Kaln, Aurora, 111., and her daughter Elizabeth, spent Sunday with Mrs. G. A. Brunson at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. L,. Call Dickinson, Des Moines, spent Sunday with Senator and Mrs. L,. J. Dlncklnson. Call has been practicing law at Des Moines since last summer. A quartet from the Lutheran Concordia Seminary at St. Louis . will give a Bflprea concert at '. Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church here Sunday, June 14, at 8 p. m. Mr.' and Mrs. Rex Van Alstlne, of Gllmore City, and their ' 'daughter, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. : F. D. Williams. Mrs, Van yMstine and Mrs. 'Williams ai-e sisters. Mrs. I. N. Meline nnd two children Warren and Marjorie, of Eagle Grove, came Sunday for a week's visit with the C R. LaBarros. Mrs. InKuranro staff here, and Dorothy is a t present a member of tile staff. Mrs. K].sle Cady and her daughter Kvelyn returned Tuesday from Iowa •In till the family had gone iThis spring the Murphys |to the farm which was last ated by tho McCoys. ' GROVEBANK MR PAROLED f, Wright, who recently re- I Algona after an absence i more or less and now the Bankers' Life here, ted in news published in I's Eagle Grove Eagle that J Thompson, bank wrecker, Iparoled. s years Thompson was as- ihier of the Citizens State Grove, of which Mr. i cashier. Prior to 1926 altering the bank's He away with $170,000 i later traced to him, and ' ations attributed to him al up to $253,000. This tank. No blame was at|Mr. Wright or other : of fi- ' was tried for embezzle- I committed to Fort Madir T Indeterminate term of 20 he has been paroled, [5'ears and three months, Fing at the Maytag fac- f «i. After a year of good i parole may be made had a wife and son, at Omaha, where Mrs. [» employed. It is under. fctbe wife remained • loyal lh and. • Meline is Mrs. LaBarro's sister. The A. D. BllsboroUKhs have moved back to Algona. They had been on a farm near Armstrong a year, but Mr. Bilsborough has been in poor health recently and' unable to work. ,.,. Mrs. Hattle Phillips, who had been clerk a year at the Graham store, la now at the Elite hat shop, where she has taken the place of Mabel DeGraw, who will be married next month. Ruth McMahon, who has taught Latin and mathematics in the, high school at Galva during the present school year, Is expected home Saturday for the summer. She will return to Galva next fall. Mr.', and Mrs. W. A. Barry were nt Rock Island Sunday and attended funeral services for a- cousin of Mr. Barry who died last Thursday. City, where they had spent a week. Evelyn had expected to have an op- eriilon, but the doctors decided against it at this time. She Is to report at the university hospital within a year. Jos. Miflbnch went to Des Moines Sunday to buy goods for the now Misbach clothing.store. En route he spent Sunday with his daughter Kathryn, junior in home economics at Ames. He was also to make a business visit at Denison, 'and is expected home today. Gladys Morlan, Hot Springs, Mont., arrived Monday for a week with her sister, Mrs. Bert Deal. She Is en route to her home at Brazil, Ind. Miss Morlan has taught in the Hot Springs schools two years. Mrs. Deal's sister, Sue Morlan, is expected today from Indianapolis! Mrs. Julia Brace spent Sunday and Monday with her son, W. H. Brace, near Burt. Mrs. Mattie Stebbins, at present .with her sister, Mrs. W. E. Naudaln, will make Tier home with Mrs. Brace, beginning next week. Though nearly 85, Mrs. Brace Is in good health and active. Friends of A. L. Peterson, the photographer, wre somewhat alarmed Monday when- work got about that he had- had an operation for hernia at the Kossuth hospital that morning, but later word reported him recovering rapidly and he is expected to be about again in a few deys. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey, and H.on, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles, spent Sunday with the Earl Petersons at spirit Lake. They spent tho day fishing. The Petersons are former Algonlans, and Mr. Peterson was county auditor here. Mr. Peterson owns nnd manages a hardware store nt spirit Lake. K. D. James today opens one of his famous one-cent sale ot Ilexnll products. The list of goods this timo is larger than in any other one-cent sale the store lias conducted. In these sales, which always draw a wide and heavy patronage, purchasers-m:iy obtain any two Itcmii at the price of one plus a ceiit. O. L. and D. E. Miller, contractors and builders, have the foundation o f their shop west of the Cham- plln gas station laid and part of tho walls up. The front end is being built of brick and the other walls of hollow tile. When the building is completed it will be equipped with machinery. The building 1 K n worthwhile addition to Algona's business district. Mrs. M. C. Keith, wife of a Casper, Wyo., physician, and her son "Bud" arrived last Thursday for, two weeks with the former's mother, Mrs. I. G. Dewel, and other local 1 relatives here and at Goklfield and Maxwell. "Bud," who has been studying commercial art at Chicago, is shortly to leave for a 3-monlhs tour of Europe and on his return may locate at New York City. Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Klahr, parents of Mrs. Gco. St. .John, with whom they live, will leave next Wednesday for Lawrence, Kails., to Monday a total of 572 licenses had been issued. Last Thursday, the day before the season opened, the license book number stood at 1093 since April l but by Friday it had risen to M207. C. F. Berggrcn, Swea City, is now the only authorized agent for licenses. Early In the month the Fenton State bank bought a book, but ,it was soon sold out. Agents have' to purchase a hook of 50 licenses and Pay for them whether or not all are sold. The leading article in last week's Wallaces' Farmer was entitled Are Hankers Missing a Good Bet? It was written by tho editor, Mcnry A. Wallace, who suggested that bankers would find it of advantage to finance responsible landowners who (l<«lre to make Improvement*!, buy needed equipment, and carry out conservation or fertilization projects. The /trtlcle was illustrated with two pictures, one of a badly eroded tract of ground, the other of the Haggard & Fnlkcnlmtncr or former Adams building on east State street, Al- gonn. No explanation of use of the lust-named picture was given, and many readers wondered whether Mr. Wallace was under the impression that the building is a bank. J. A. Chambers, Corwith, entered the Kossuth hospital Saturday for treatment for pneumonia. Martha Tietz, Fenton, has been a patient since Sunday for medical treatment. Mrs. Charles Wagner was operated on for appendicitis Monday, and Mrs. Clarence E.'Seefeld, Wesley, for the same thing Friday. Mrs. Martin Kronen, Forest City, underwent a major operation last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bor- tholomcw nre parents of a girl, their first child, born at the hospital Tuesday morning. Mallard Evans, Corwith, underwent a major operation Monday night, and Mrs. Gordon .Tcrgenscn a major operation that evening. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Robert Hoover are parents of a girl, born at the hospital Tuesday morning, the first child. Among this year's high school gifidnat.es is Burnettn. M. Bonnstetter. youngest child of Mr. and'Mrs. Martin Bonnstetter. Her sister An| toinet.te Is the Algona-ITumboldt high school nurse. A Ir.'olher, Harold •!., is to be graduated June 4 I'i'ojn the Crelghton university college of medicine at Omaha and will Vie intern In a San Antonio, Tex., hospital during the coming year. The elder Bonnstctters, who were oldtimers in Gnrfield township . be- fore they 'retired and came to Algona ten years ago, have five other children: Representative A. H. Bonnstetter, near West Bend; Herman, on the old home farm; Otto, fanning near Worthlngton, Minn.; Dr. F. A. Bonnstetter, AVesley veterinarian; and Mrs. Edmond Anderegg, farming near Britt. Martin Tfrafl a son of Michael Bonnstetter, pioneer 1 settler in the West Bend neighborhood. FOR SALE — ROAN SHORTHORN bull, |, year old.—V. J. Gross, Phone 5F19.. spend week or So with another daughter and attend high school exercises at which a. granddaughter will be graduated. The Klahrs plan to travel by bus, leaving at 7 a. m. and arriving at Kansas City the same night. Lawrence is some 40 miles out of Kansas City. Irene Taylor, her mother Mrs. James Taylor, and her sister Marie, Mankato, Minn., and Elizabeth Kirschner of St. Paul, came Saturday for a visit with Jennie Cooney. The Mankato party went home Sunday night but Miss Kirschner is spending the week with Miss Cooney. Miss Kirschner Is known to many Algonians- as she served as bookkeeper and cashier at the Goeders store for many years. Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders returned last week Wednesday from St. Paul, where they had spent several days with their daughter, Mrs. C. T. Kennedy. Reginald Kennedy, a grandson employed at Los Angeles, accompanied them to Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy were here for the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Goeders and Mr. Kenne.d3''s mother, Mrs. John Kennedy. Reginald went back with his parents. Business in the fishing license line has been good during the last week at County Recorder Laura Paine's office. From May 1 up to Very Low Round Trip Fares to CHICAGO Account Memorial Day 15 HAY FIHST CLASS $16.19 2 DAY COACH EXCURSION S8.OO Coach Excursion tickets good only on trains leaving Friday, May 29, Saturday, May 30, and not later than 7:18 a. m. Sunday, May 31. Tickets good returning on all trains scheduled to reach original starting point not later than midnight of Monday, June 1. Children half fare. No baggage checked. First-class round trip excursion tickets \vill be good on trains leaving Friday, May 29, and will be honored in Sleeping and Parlor cars on payment of usual charge for space occupied. Tickets good returning on all trains scheduled to reach original starting point by midnight of June 15, 1931. Children half fare.- Baggage checked. BASEBALL Sat., May 80 Sox vs. St. Louis [2 g-nmcs] Sun., May 81 Cubs vs. Pittsburgh Your C. & X. "VV. j'y Ticket Agent can arrange for your Im.scbull tickets. Don't miss this splendid chance to enjoy a grand outing in the Wonder City. For further particulars apply to agent Chicago & Noith Western Ry. 174G SAVE NOW! Your Nearby A&P Store Offers These Bargains And they arc real bargains, loo! Take advantage of Ihcse low prices and stock up today. The saving is much worthwhile — as you can easily see! THE NEW GELATIN DESSERT PACKAGE Dromedary Grapefruit 2 CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup ... 2 UNEEDA BAKER'S PREMIUM SODAS OR Graham Crackers RAJAH SANDWICH SPREAD OR Salad Dressing Red Salmon . . . 100 Ibs. Cane Sugar . 25 Ibs. Cane Sugar 10 Ibs. Cane Sugar 100 Ibs. Beet Sugar . P&GSoap . MB. ons — CADDY 4SOC JAR 19C . . $4.89 . . $1.27 . 51c . . $4.69 10 bars 29c §iltiilllliil!!l(llll!l!l!l!!ll!l!i!i!ilM They remained for several days to visit with relatives. Dlst. Supt. Lease goes to Des •Moines next Monday to attend a Wesley Foundation conference. The Wesley Foundation serves the religious needs of Methodist students in state institutions. •Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor go to Chicago tonight for a \yeek with •their daughter, Mrs. Campbell Hum phrey, formerly Grace Taylor. She is playground supervisor at one of the Chicago schools. Mrs. R. C. Colllnson went to El more Monday for a week's visit with her mother Mrs. C. F. Henkle. Next week she will visit the Fred Reasners at Humboldt. Mrs. CoIIin- son is a local telephone employe. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns have word that their son Eugene, junior In industrial engineering at Iowa State colege, was recently elected to membership in Tau Beta Pi, na tional honorary engineering fraternity. Dr, and Mrs. J. F. Auner, Des Moines, drove to Algona Friday, and Mrs. • Auner remained for.th.e.w.eekr end at her son J. S. Auner's, "While the Doctor drove to the OkoboJIs to join his son^and other Algohians at fishing. . The. Harry Hargreaves •.family spent' Sunday with the Frank Chris- tensens at Graettinger. Mr. Hargreaves and Mr. Chrjstensen were buddies in the World war. Mr. Hargreaves drives a Standard Oil truck here. •Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Skow and a daughter, who have been living at Chicago, recently moved to : pes Molnes, where Mr. Skow has work CAR IS ROLLED OVER IMay 19-Mrs, Qeorge O&' in a peculiar accident jng in which she . suf, |afewacratches. She was row taking her eon to f -, a point> seven Wiles Wesley, her skirt, wind, causht among I«M, as evidenced later by «the hem. Stooping to ^attraction was dis- partly lost control, coupe - wlil c»» ff °?, lts rJsht *&• " nally " on »*» 1« ;: amp did not re- vw ,' and dld h ' w fc^ • vehicle, which was fac- en it herself, [at ;10 Memorial Day EXCURSIONS $8.00 Round Trip — Short Good Jn Coaches Ojrily $16.19 Bound Trip— Long- Limit Qop4 in Sleepers Berths 'Extra CHILDREN HALF CHICAGO Tickets Now on 600D GOING MAY 29 AND 30 Short Limit tickets will be' sold for all trains May 29 and SO. Return MwOit, June I* , . long J-M»H; tickets will be sold all "trains May 29 only. B*tur» i 2 Days Smartest New Modes at One-Half Their Regular Price We present the ultimate in value-giving in our Apparel Sales during the next ten days. The large selection of Dresses and Coats at half price gives you an idea of the savings possible in this sale. Modes sparkling with fashion originality. Coats, Frocks, Dresses, in*a complete and gorgeous array. This Great Selling Event Starts Thursday, May 21st at 9 a. m. Our Policy Fashion at a Price WONDERFUL SAVINGS ON FINE SILK FROCKS Special at 1-2 Price that are printed or solid color as you prefer. Presses in glorious styles, patterns, and colors. Dresses with jackets; boleros, circular or plaited Blurts and other style toKChes. Size. 12to50 150 Dresses and Coats i-x MAY SALES NOW It's Thrifty to Be Fashionable AN EVENT OF GREAT IMPORTANCE COATS At a Saying 1-2 Price The tailored dress 'coat is authentic and fine fur trims are authentic in detail. Individual and inexpensive in price. Smart new colors, sleeve treatments, jabots and flares. ^ Size. 12 to 50 f,'-3gWitv VA* -&$ •=#•? ft fs-sffti^i- ' «, * '•> ,vj, £*> ••• -. J f"*j?sL.* " ' •j^Hj^tf'*^*4>^^^!^s&$ • \ x - v,\ *?jfi^^K^i$^

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