Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 28, 1931
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KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA SPECIAL PRICES I that ft Beauty Shop can L, we have, and we have L c r than most. |j sn 't necessary for you to j'the sun shine on you lg h a skylight while dry- ,ur hair this year. Our well ventilated shop Is one feature to Interest you, Our expert staff of operators Is another. Whether you wish a hair dress or any of our 'other diversified beauty services we can better serve you than anyone else. JBEGULAR $1.00 FIN6ER WAVE NOW 751 CENTS .. ———• he same service as when you paid $1.00 for your wave. Jty of dryers to thoroughly dry your hair before leaving. Ifourth off on Marlnello and Marigold Creams and Powders. MARIGOLD BEAUTY SHOPPE I Phone 803. • ' Over Bloom's Store. ilGULAR 75 CENT FINGER WAVE NOW 50 CENTS THE SAME SERVICE AS BEFORE Plenty of dryers in a room with. outside ventilation. MARIGOLD BEAUTY SHOPPE II [orerlowa State Bank. Phone 93. ^LOCALS Carolyn Todd, Iowa Falls, Is visiting this week with Madonna Qulnn, Governor Hammill was here briefly Monday, and called on a number of old friends. The Rev, F. Starke, of Luzerne, visited the Rev. P. J. Braner home last week Wednesday. Walter Lorenz was at Des Moines Monday and Tuesday attending a Ford instruction school. A bunch of lost keys was picked .up on thn streets the other day and left at the Advance office. Mrs. H. H. Williams, Los Angeles, and daughter Marian are spending the week with the J. F. Willses. Ruth Str.kes. student at a Mankato commercial college, Is expected tomorrow for the week-end at homo. L. A. Wlhkel'Came home yesterday from Marshalltown, after three days attending a K. of C. convention. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch turned Sunday from Chicago, where they had been since last week We<l nesday. Mrs. Lewie Rike, Arnolds Park former Albanian, underwent a minor operation at the Kossuth hospital Frldny. The I/nvrenca and Pniil Laidleys of Bsthervillc, spent Sunday at the H. M. VJnson home. Lawrence ant Paul are brothers of Mrs. Vlnson Mr. mid Mrs. Fred S. Kissinget nre i/nronts of a boy, born Frid:i> nt the Kossuth hospital. Mr. K.is singer is employed at the Aetna of fir.'-'s here. B. P. Keith and his granddfiugh ter, Zorti Keith are expected horn tomorrow afternoon from Long Beach, Calif., after visits sine January Mrs. J. S. Auner and her daugh tors Josephine and Margaret leave today for San Diego, Calif., to visit Mrs. Aimer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kate. Harriett Thurston, of Woodbine, spent the week-end with the M.. P. Bargains in sect Cars iO Ford Tudor k9 Ford Tudor E9 Ford Roadster (8 Ford Coupe . 1928 Whippet Coach 1927 Pontiac Coach 1926 Dodge Sedan 2 model T Trucks, cheap —' Terras — ;ENT MOTOR co. one 484 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— —Sales Haggards. Miss Thurston teaches nt Woodbine but her home is at Virginia, Minn. A. J. Keen underwent a mastoid- ills operation at the Kossuth hospital Monday. Wilbert Metzen, 2G, Bode, entered the hospital' Monday for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ryan, St. Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ryan, Mason City, called on friends here Sunday. Ed and Frank are sons of the late Mrs. Sarah Ryan. Constable C. C. Wright conducted a sale of household goods at the old Tripp barns Saturday for a lonn company. The property did not sell for the amount of the loan. The Rev. A. English has been >ark, and the bark commission will keep it mowed. Mr. ana Mrs. C. F. Sarles, of Minneapolis, went home Sunday night after a visit since Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rice. Mr. Sarles s general manager tor the Kooler Alre Engineering company of Minneapolis, of which .Mr, Rice is a traveling" agent. Mrs. William Behrends, of Moun- aln Lake, Minn., went home Tuea- lay after spending a week at the lome of her. daughter, Mrs. C. F. Spocht. Mr. and Mrs. Specht and Elsie took Mrs. Behrends home in their car, The Spechts were expected home yesterday. Mrs. C. F. Lathrop and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson, Humboldt, spent Sunday at Rudd visiting Mrs. George Johnson, of Algona, who is nt the home of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Allen. Mrs. Johnson has been In 111 health for some time, and is now confined to her bed. Mrs. L. D. Lehan and her two children returned to their home at Sioux City Sunday with Mr. Lehan, who drove to Algona for them Saturday. Mrs. Lehan and children spent three weeks at tin; home of Mrs. Lehan's father, W. C. Danson. Mrs. Lehan was formerly Dorothy Danson. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Momyer and daughter Mnxine returned last week Tuesday from Chicago .where they spent two weeks with the • E. W Colts. Mrs. Colt and son Jack ac rcmpnnied the Momyers to Algona for an indefinite stay. Mrs. Colt is the daughter or Mr. and Mrs Aromyer. Mrs. George P. Elvidge, of Perry went home Sunday, after a visit since last Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman Doctor Elvidge was at Minneapolis while Mrs. Elvidge was here. Mrs Elvidge was accompanied by a Mrs Pond, who went to Eetherville t visit a brother. Gladys Morlan, who had spent week with her sister, Mrs. Ber Deal,' left for her home at Brazl Ind., Tuesday. She taught the pas year at Hot Springs, Mont., an stopped off here for a visit en rout By EtaW. Strelt. Margaret HnrtlcU Is Married — Margaret Elizabeth Bartfett and Raymond L. Reid, both of Algona,. ere married by the Rev. Allan H. Vood at the Good Hope parsonage t high noon yesterday. The ring eremony was performed In the resence of the Immediate families £ the couple. Hortense Ferguson's, At 7 o'clock a. two-course dinner was served, the guests seated at small tables centered with bouquets of lilies of the valley. After dinner, bridge was played and the high scores were won by Mrs. W. E. Howcott, Mrs. H. E. Rlst, Mrs. D. P. Smith, and 'Mrs. C. O. Simpson. Woman's Club Has May Fete— The Woman's club entertained at a May fete at the Country club clubhouse Monday afternoon, Mrs. E. A. Scheme! and Mrs. D. R. Steele were In charge. The entertainment consisted of dances by Lucia Wallace's pupils. Mrs. W. S. Lee gave vocal selections, with Mrs. Sylvia Mr. Parkins Is a painter. They are spending this week with the Deals. Ounn as accompanist. Haggard, Mary Louise Barbara Ollmore, Maxlne Larson, and iMlldred 'and Marabelle Relmers danced. Alponinn's Sister Wed Here— Paul parkins, Fort Dodge, 'and Vivian Morlan, Brazil, Ind., sister of Airs. Bert Deal, were married Monday evening at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. C. V. Hulse. The ceremony was performed in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal and Miss Mohan's sisters Gladys and Sue. The couple will make their home at Fort Dodge, where Guild Party h Success— St. Thomas Episcopal Guild held Its annual benefit bridge party Mon r day afternoon at the Dr. Walter Frasei* residence. Hostesses* were the members of the Guild, and bridge was played at 11 tables. High, scores were won by Mrs. Torkel' Hll] and Mrs. W. D. Howie. There were 12 guests from Whlttemore and 12 from Bancroft. After the game refreshments were served! Helping Hand Society to Meet— The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet with Mrs. G. E. Van Dorston next week Thursday afternoon at 2s30, and assisting hostesses will be Mrs. A. W. Behrends, Mrs. J. C. Smith, and Mrs. Tom Doiley. This Is to be an outdoor meeting, but if the weather Is not favorable the society will meet with Mrs. Dall'ey. Kntertain i n Sister's Honor— Mrs. L. W. Fox entertained eight at bridge last week Wednesday night in honor of her sister, Mrs. L. D. Lehan, of Sioux City. High score was won by Mrs. L. C. Hutchins, and Mrs. Lehan was given a guest prize. After bridge lunch served. Other Society News' Two Algonians are to be Initiated Into the O. E. S. at a meeting Manly "tonight, and "It la expected that a number from Algona will attend. The regular O. E. S. meeting will be held next weeft Tuesday, and work will be put on. The high school faculty entertained at a picnic at the Ambrbsa A. Call state park Tuesday in honor of Erma Plaehn and George S. Johnson, the only two H. 8. teachers who will not return next fall. The Baptist Loyal class will meet this afternoon with Mrs. W. H, Horan, who will be assisted by Mrs. F. H. Webster and Mrs. Bertha Dally. Union Services Begin. The Algona Ministerial Union met Monday morning at the Methodist parsonage, and the Rev. C. V. Hulse was elected president for the coming year, the Rev. J. L. Coleman secretary-treasurer. Summer Sunday night union services will begin next Sunday, first service at the Presbyterian church, the Rev. Mr. Hulse preaching. The hour will be ' 8 o'clock. Hog Wormer and General Tonic FOR ONLY per Hundred We are licensed manufacturers of the BELLAMY BRAND OF HOG WORMER AND GENERAL TONIC This is a guaranteed product. If it fails to do the rk we will cheerfully refund your money. t Please understand that we manufacture this ; our- p. Call at our office and look it over and see F what it is made of. [otsford Lumber Co. JtPOOL PHONE 258 Algona, Jcwa unchey's Phone 237, Algona, Iowa. Deliver. Our stoefc of fresh fruit is complete and prices will please you Meat Prices This Week ^•roast ,___!_ - 17c ; R «ast, shoulder ___>_1— -^ I 6c )$• ' R oast, ham ^_________i *. 20c lb. Steak, any cut»_Z^_^. r __ w >.— -.-- 35c lb. suffering from a heart attack for two weeks. He was able to take a ride in his car with his daughter Ethel the first of the week. County Treausrer and Mrs. H. N, Kruse are leaving tomorrow for O'Neill, Neb., to visit their son Hubert, employed there with nn electric light and power company. Memorial day guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman will be Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Kennedy, Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Smith, Lemmon, S. D., and their son Charles. C. R. La Barre, T. H. Holmes, H. E. Rist, and Jos. Auner drove to Fort Dodge Tuesday noon to make up Kiwanls attendance. They missed last week's meeting fishing in Minnesota. E. J. Skinner, his daughter Kate, Irene Swanson, and Ange Roorda went to Lake Wabedo, Minnesota, Sunday for ten days of fishing. Kate and the other two girls are Lu Verne teachers. ,'Mrs. Joe Bloom returned Sunday from Minneapolis after two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Melamed. Mr. Bloom met Mrs. Bloom at Mason City, to which point she came via bus. Cato's Vagabond orchestra played for a dance at the fair grounds pavilion Monday night. There were 1,89 paid admissions for men and 205 admissions for women. Heine Stebritz gave the dance. . Mrs. Nellie McMahon spent Sunday with the William Higgins family at Whittemore and attended a shower for Kathryn, daughter of Banker and Mrs. John Cullen, who will be married next month. Chas. Kuchynka has been appointed loan agent for the Federal Finance company, Des Moines, formerly represented here by Cunningham & Lacy. He maintains headquarters at the Davenport furniture store. Mrs. Betty Easton, of Los Angeles, came Monday for an extended visit. She is the daughter of Geo. St. John. Mrs. Easton will be remembered as Elizabeth St. John. She 'is the guest of Mrs. Elsie Cady. Wm. Dehnert has built what Is probably the" most original gold fish and Illy pool in the county. It Is of irregular geometric design and is surrounded by trellis work. It lies Immediately back of the Dehnert European hotel. Mrs. J. L, Bonar Tuesday took her father, L. A. Crull, to Boone, where he was met by another daugh. •ter from Kellogg, who took him home with her for the summer. Mr. Crull spent the past several months with the Bonars. Mrs. E. J. Kelley, of Mason City, spent last week Thursday with friends here. She left one day the first of the week for Baraboo, WIs., for a visit at her home. Mrs. Kelley was formerly Gertrude Sheridan and was city librarian here. The Theo Hutchisons, who recent IY arrived from Los Angeles, spent last week with the Donald Hutchi- sons- at Cedar Rapids and the Qulncy Prummonds, Chicago. Donald is Theodore's brother, and Mrs. Drummond Is their sister. Mrs. Agnes Laidley, of Northwood, and Mary Ellen Beenker came Friday or a visit till today at the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. H. M. Vinson. Mrs. Laldley is housekeeper for a Northwood druggist, and Mary Ellen is his only child. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel left Monday morning by auto for Pittsburg, Pa., where they are attending the Assembly, of the Presbyterian church. Mr. Gelgel Is commissioner from the Fort Podge Presby; tery. They expect to be gone two home. Mrs. Deal's other sister, Sir went to Des Moines Monday to tak work in a beauty school. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan r turned last Thursday from Iowa City, where Mr. Sullivan had been having another siege with his doctors. He took x-ray treatments during his stay there, and as is usual in such cnses is still feeling, the effects. He is expected toAfeel better within a week or two. Mrs. Mark Olson, of Forest City, spent Saturday and Sunday - with friends. Mrs. Olson came to Algona with her father Jess Staley of LaCrosse, Wis., who was en route to Burt and Whittemore for a visit with relatives. Mr. Staley has lost weight since he lived here. He is suffering with diabetes. Mrs. L. D. Dickinson, who has of late years lived with her" daughter Mrs. J. A. Van Ness, Mason City, came Sunday for a few weeks with Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, deputy county Margaret Bartlett. The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Bartlett, of Algona, wore a blue flat crepe ensemble and carried a bouquet of roses and sweet peas. She was attended by her cousin, Erma Hanegan, of Algona, who wore a dress of printed chiffon. Miss Bartlett was graduated from the Algona high school in the class of '27 and till Saturday was employed at the Graham store here. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Reid, of Algona. , He was graduated from the local high school in the class of '26, and has been employed at the Hobarton Farmers' Elevator, of which he will be manager after June 1. His brother, Harvey Reid, served as his attendant at the ceremony. Following the ceremony the bridal party was entertained at a three- course dinner at. one o'clock at the N. E. Bartlett home. The couple plan to leave today for a short auto trip. They will be at home after July 1 at Hobarton. I'lionc Girls Entertain Mothers— Girls at the local telephone exchange entertained their mothers Saturday afternoon at the rest room of the exchange from 2:30 till 5. The entertainment consisted of a toast to the mothers by Mary Harris. A poem was read by Irma fllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH^ Richardson's| Furniture Specials | Just "Made to Order" for I JUNE BRIDES Starting now and continuing all through the month of June we will have Special Low Prices on high grade furniture for every room in the house. SUITES I LIVING ROOM SUITES ~ Beautiful jacquard suites S consisting of large, roomy — double spring upholstered 5E davenport and button back = chair delivered at your home recorder, and the L. J. Dickinsons before going to winnebago, Minn., to spend the rest of the summer with her son, R. C. Dickinson. The William Fishers came home last Thursday from Casl* Lake, where they had enjoyed good luck at fishing. They brought back a number of fish, including a 7-lb. bass. They had been gone three weeks, and part of the time was spent a,t Des Moines and points in Illinois. Mr. Fisher is manager of the Fisher cafe here. . Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Larson went to Newton Saturday, and spent Sunday with the H. A. Rossmans. Monday and Tuesday were spent in Des Moines' and Mr. Larson went through a clinic. The Rossmans formerly lived In Algona, and Mr.' Rossman is now employed in J. P. AValton's bakery at Newton. Mr. Walton owned the Algona bakery for many years. Mrs. George H. Free and County Recorder Laura Paine will drive to Iowa City Saturday in the Free car to bring home Mr. and Mrs. George L. Free and the new daughter Suzanne for the summer here. George, who is taking a pharmacy course at the state university, will clerk at the K. D. James drug store this summer, and the Frees will meanwhile'live with Mrs. Paine. Among local bax'bers and their wives who attended a district Master Barbers association convention at the Warden hotel, Fort Dodge, last week Monday were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clement, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts, Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Bjelland, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Merrifield, Thomas Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst, Henry Bunkofske, and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hartshorn. The barber shops were closed for the day. Hanegan entitled, Favors from Ma. Another number on the program was a song, Mother Song, by Mary Harris. The song was composed by Mary's brother Eldon. Demonstrations from a health course taken by the girls the past year were given after which pictures of the group were taken. A tour through the office was taken Just before lunch was served. The employes who partici- at only $58.50 Other suites in the long wearing 100 per cent Angora mohair priced to move quickly. pated are Mary Hanegan, Dorothy Harris, Mangan, Irma Julia Benson, Mayme Belts, Gwendolyn Christensen, Violet Collinson, Bernice Garrison, Lillian Kressin, Gertrude Kuckenreuther, Priscilla Loss, Lucille Peterson, Maye Runge, Maud Selichnow, Bernice Storm, Evelyn Toothman, and Grace Turner. Try our fly fejUer, ftome better, - - J S STORE will be open IWday night to take care oi your wants for Peeoratipn Pay, and until 10 0 cl ock Saturday morning. ''-sssssS^^S^f^^^^^mSii^^^^^^^^^^Siffi^^^^i^^^^^^^^i^^^f^^SS^^SSSSSSSfiS^^ e Advance Want Adi for Quick Re.ulU weeks. The Charles Geilenfelds, Mrs. _ ______ Herman ~Boettcher and a son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank SchaUJn, and M^s. Henry Blerstedt drove to Vincent Sunday to attend morning church services conducted by the- Rev. H. pubbe, former Evangelical Lutheran pastor here. Qeo Call, who was here Saturday and Sunday, recently ha« the sit* orM&«4 4sa C. Call hous? 'He ha* **» *** All persons Injured In the crash of the Keith Strayer and Walter Will cars at the intersection north, of Algona a week ago Sunday are recovering. The cars were both bad' ly wrecked, but were covered by insurance. Mr. Strayer was driV' Ing his own car, not his brother John's, contrary to a statement last week. Capitola Gould, who was a passenger, suffered a badly cut and bruised knee which kept her In bed for several days. The Rev. F. J. Clark left Monday morning for Eugene, Ore., and will return In two weeks with his family and household goods. He will attend exercises of the Eugene high school In which his daughter Clarl- bel will be graduated. There are two sons In the family, Frederick, who is completing his freshman year in electrical engineering at the University, of Oregon ana will enter Iowa state college next fall, and Joseph, 12. Claribel will probably be at home next year, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt, their seven months daughter Barbara Ann, and Mrs. Platt'e mother, Mrs. Delia Troutman, go fo Keota tomorrow, and en route will stop at Cedar Falls for Harley Troutman, who Is finishing his first year of college at the I. S. T. C. At Keota they will visit relatives. The Platts will then go to Neosho, Mo., to visit Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Platt, Mrs. Troutman and Harley coming home by train. The Platts expect to be gone a week. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoorneman and'the latter's sister, Elsie Specht, Of SpringvUJe, came home Monday night. Mrs. Hoorneman. and Elsie are, daughters of Mayor and Mrs. 0. F. Specht. Elsie wlll'-go to Cedar Falls next week Tuesday to attend 12 weeks summer school at I. S. T. C. Mr. and Mrs. Hooraeman expect to ylslt here several days before go- Ing to Sioux City tor the summer. Mr. Hoorneman is principal of the - at gpri^gyJHe and. JEflsle Is . fifext ?«f* *«!&»• Departing Family Is Honored — Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Crawford, who left Tuesday for Indianapolis, Ind., to make their home, were entertained at a series of parties over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rice entertained 14 at dinner and bridge Saturday night at their apartment. Guests were seated at a* single table centered with a bou- qifet of flowers and white tapers. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. L. C. Nugent and Doctor Crawford. Doctor and Mrs. Crawford, and Mr. and Mrs. Rice's house gue.sts Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Sarles, of Minneapolis, were presented guest prizes, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Auner and Mr. and Mrs. Theo Chrischilles entertained at a buffet supper Sunday night at the Auner home. There were 16 gueste. After supper hours were spent playing bridge with Mrs. L. C. Nugent and D. R. Steele winning the prizes. Afternon Party Is Given — The first afternoon party at the Country club clubhouse took place Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. H. B. Rist, Mrs. J. O. Paxson, Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Mrs. Jos, Greenberg, Mrs. Torkel Hill, and Mrs. K. D. James : as . hostesses. Bridge was played at ten tables, and Mrs. D. D. Paxson and Mrs. M. P. Haggard won the high scores. After bridge lunch was served, Next Tuesday night there will be an evening party; hosts and hostesses — Dr, and Mrs. W. D. Andrews, Messrs, and Mesdames John Frank!, H, U Gllmore, G. W. Stlllman, and Beth Backus, Lucia Wallace, and John Haggard. Campfire Honors Margaret Bartlett Former members of the O-We-See- Ka campfire entertained last Thursday evening at' the S.. J. Backus home at a miscellaneous shower in honor. of Margaret Bartlett, who became the bride of Raymond Reid| yesterday. A covered dish dinner was served at 7 o'clock, and the evening was spent Informally. Mrs. Nora E. Kain, Aurora, 111.; former guardian of the campfire, and her daughter Elizabeth, Meredith lia- throp, Kathleen Holtzbauer, Beth Backus, Philomena Quinn, and Helep Zlttritsch were present. » DINING ROOM SOITES • Beautifully finished, 8 pieces. Choice of walnut or oak, going at $87.50 These suites are the biggest values we have ever offered. See them before buying elsewhere. | BED ROOM SUITES I 4-piece walnut suites in a E most desirable new style, I suite consists of bed, vanity, SS chest and upholstered bench -all at the low price of exceptionally I mm $67.50 Other fine new suites at $45.00 to $100.00. Our Feature Value for June Our Store is now filled to over-flowing with Furniture of character at reasonable prices. RICHARDSON'S Furniture Exchange Where Furniture Sells For Less — Opposite Courthouse llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH teach She.h.p Party in of visitor— Mrs. Norman C. Rice entertained in honor of Mrs. J. • S. Auner and her mother-in-law, Mrs. J. F. Auner, of Des Moines, a week ago Friday night. Mrs. J. S. Auner is leaving Calif., for an her parents - tonight for San extended visit with Pinner was served at, 7 o'clock- -after which the guests saw the show at th» Call. After the show contract bridge was played at the Rice apart men*, $Jrs. T. C. Sherman won high score. The honorees were presented gawyjer, B. Cowan, F. B. J. MfcCaW, M. j, pool, Ness euJtertatoed The inside of your FRIGIDAIRE, seamless, stainless without a corner* crash or Seamless, stainless, coroerless interiors of glistening Porcelain-on-steei we pne pf tlfe many outstanding; advantages of Frigidajfe Ad« vanced Refrigeration. There are many others, 1 V* ;1 ;* **'Xi * tfcAR COMPifclt GUAk

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