Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1931
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PAGE TWO kOSStfTH COtiNTt ADVANCE). ster JUNE urniture Better Class FOR THE LIVING ROOM Davenport and Chair GENUINE MOHAIR $69.50 Best web construction—latest styles. JACQUARD VELOUR $56.50 Free-End table or lamp with each suite. RELATIVES AT BURTPICNICK AT CALL PARK Burt, June 0— Wm. Blvldge, Ruth Elvldge and Margaret McGrath, of Rowley, and the C. B. Chipnians and R. F. Elvidges, with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Carr, attended an Elvldge- Wolcott reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. /The event honored Lennice Elvldge, Callender, who is to be married to Louis Burg this week Wednesday. The couple ( IV and Doris Shanks, Portage, Wis. ( visited' last week at the home 'of «!upt. Donald 'Weir. Mr. McGill is Mrs. Weir's brother. Mrs. J. E. Patterson, Longmont, Coo., and her daughter, Darlene Stoddard, arrived early In the week o visit anothr daughter, Mrs. A. G. nesday to take I Mrs, J. M. Wh called here seve cause of the 1 mother, the late son. .Mrs. Barbara £ John S. Duerst, will live at Buffalo, N. Y, Montana-Illinois Visitors Here— Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Salisbury and son Ralph arrlyed Saturday from their home at Fort Benton, Mont, to visit Burt relatives. Mrs. Salisbury's daughter, Mrs. Walter Gramenz, Sylvia, 111., two children, nm" another daughter, Mrs. .Willian Spear, Cam pin, AVis.,' with two chil dren. are also here. The son Allan of Tipton, and Walter Gramenz ar< expected. e her 1 mother, who had been weeks ago be- last illness of her Cnrr, and old Burt friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sample, Algona, Capltola Sample, and Wil- inm Sample, Kearney, Neb., were Sunday dinner guests at Dr. R. H. Thompson's. Mrs. M. M. Chlpman and little Mrs. A. N. S. Thompson Home— Mrs. Earl Glrton and childrei brought Mrs. Gertie Thompson home last Thursday. Mrs. Thompson has been spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Glrton, at Osknloosn. Helen Thompson, who has been attending Coe college, met them at Ames and came home with them. Pastor (iocs Tliroupli Clinic— The Rev. and 'Mrs. .T. E. Clifton and their son Bruce returned last week AA'ednesday from a ten days absence while the Rev. and Mrs. Clifton both went through the clinic at Rochester. They also went to Madison, AVIs., and visited relatives t AVest Union and Nora Springs on the way home. Hnnnnbolta Glilrtlnjrs at Home— Mr. nnd Mrs. G. C. Giddings were called to Iowa City a week ago Monday by the illness of their daughter Hannabelle, who has been taking a nurse's training course. They'brought her home with them AVednesday for a rest. She Is suffering from a nervous breakdown. daughter went to Armstrong 'last Thursday to spend a few days with a sister of Mrs. Chlpman. Mira Studer, Wesley, called at C. L. Holdlng'.s Sunday. She Is a nurse in training nt Rochester, "but is at home on vacation. Kathryn Elvldge accompanied the P. AV. Kollnsches to Goldfield Sunday, nnd is spending a week there with Gail Shackelford. George Manus, Who had spent a week or two with his parents, went to Roland Inst Thursday to work for the Knur Construction company. The Farmers Elevator company held a meeting of stockholders in the back room of the bank Saturday afternoon. Helen Moore went to Mount Vernon Friday to spend a couple of weeks at her uncle Durward Moore's. Ruth Elvldge and Margaret McGrath, Rowley, visited last week at the home of their uncle, JA T m. Elvidge. Lester Stow, who has been teaching at Elkader, arrived ho r me last week to spend the summer vacation with hs parents, the F. O. Stows. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle took Mary bert Streiff, and their daughter Gladys arlved from New Glarus, AVIs., last week Tuesday to visit the Henry Kublys, and Mrs. Barbara Strelff remained for a week, the rest leaving for Minnesota Saturday. The C. J.' Johnsto'ns, \VIlmingto_n Calif., nnd Mrs. Olive Marshall, Los Angeles, arrived last week AVednes- day' to visit relatives. The Johnstons left next day for Rochester, ^ s ome.lm Mrs, month" 6r t*o. Mr. was at Sioux City a short time ter leaving Lone Rock, Is «U* must remain In bed to regain .'his Health. Is a daughter o( Mrs^DaU. Fourth DnMBhter for Dlv<)ns ~*..._ tfi Mr. and Mrs. Dlxon are parents of a daughter, born one day last week. This is girl number foun Mr. Blxon is employed by C. I^l»"«£ Mrs. Dixon was Mary Grant before marriage. Her parents have till the last few years lived on farms near Algona. Closed for Rebuilding— Mrs. Marshall remaining. Mi's Johnston wa= formerly Goldie White. Mr. nnd Mrs. AVilliam Hoepner got home Sunday from Peorln, III., where they had been called by word ot the Illness of their eldest son- Harry, who suffered an attack o£ appendicitis. Mrs. Eason and her daughter Marjorle are visiting the former's mother at Orange City, and Mrs. H. A. Reyman and her children are with Mrs. Rcyman's parents at Lnrchwood. The Presbyterian Aid met at Mrs- Henry Kubly's last week AVednes day. Mrs. Grant Jennings was assisting hostess. DolcVes AVoito has finished an other year's primary Reaching at Onawa and is at home: She ex pects to go back. Mrs. Maurice O'Connor nnd her The graveled road lending east from No. 160 four miles north of Algona, is temporarily closed for one mile while nn old bridge near the Frank Rlebho££ farm Is being torn down and a new one constructed. Other Union News Mrs. Herman Dau nnd her daugh ter, Lois White, have been at the Frank Saunders home, Dubuque since Memorial day. Mrs. Bunders IB also a daughter of Mrs. Dau M. Dau took them by auto, but return ed next day. Person to The Retreat at Des Moines Friday for treatment. The C. F. Whalens and L. A. Eoettchers were at Clear Lake Sunday. The Irwin Schwieterts were Sunday guests at William Garmann's, South Cresco children returned to Chicago day night, after a. month at the ( Mrs. Martha Applegate and Mrs Julius Studer both near Corwith were Saturday guests at K,. C. Pot attended. After a business meetin: ter's. Leonard Brown, who was sick, re at Boone tw children Leonard McDonald Grandson Is Graduated— Mrs. Mary A. McDonald, Mrs. Maude Hanna, son Charles, and Willard Stow .went to Fort Dodge Monday to attend high school commencement exercises at which Malcolm Nelson, grandson of Sirs. McDonald, was graduated. Attends Great Mc-dlcal Convention— Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters and heir daughter Mary Lee left Satur- ay for Philadelphia, where Doctor 'eters will attend a meeting of the Vmerlcan Medical association. They vil] also visit the doctor's daughter, Mrs. Gordon French, "Wayne, Pa. I; Jj. Officers to be Installed— Next Sunday evening at the ilethodist church will take place installation of Epworth League officers for the coming year. There will also be promotion from the Intermediate to the senior League. Walnut Dining Room Suite 8 pieces, massive and sturdy, beautifully decorated — buffet, 8-ft. extension table, 1 host and 5 straight chairs _ $82.50 Free—Buffet Mirror. near AA'esley. Mrs. Robert • Moore and sp'ent Saturday night at Schmidt's, Corwith. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle made a business trip to Cedar Rapids last week Wednesday. Mrs. K. J. Smith and three children spent last week with Mrs. Smith's mother at Kingsley. The O. H. Schmidt family moved to Fenton last week Tuesday, where Mr. Schmidt is section foreman. QUARTET FROM ST, LOUIS TO VISIT JUVERNE Lu Verne, June fl—A Concordia seminary quartet from St. Louis \\-ill give a concert at the school gymnasium next Monday evening. The program will consist of songs and vocal and organ solos. Part o£ it will be in the German language, part in English. No admissions will be charged, but a free will offering will be taken. Elis home. Mary Louise Cowman, Mallard, Is visiting at the Rev. Mr. Wittenberg's. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Pietzke spent the week-end at Mason City, guests of the Vernon Stones. Mrs. Ray Stone is visiting her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. H. Schroeder, Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson accompanied Sally Broadie to her home at Granger Saturday. Mr. -and Mrs. Max Rassmussen, Goldfield, spent Sunday at the P ar - ental A. L. Daggy home. The Lichty & Ross store force attended a BHardale meeting at West Bend Monday night. Charles Patterson, Jennie Mason, and Mrs. Oliver Marshall visited relatives at Gait Monday. Virgil and Verle Mason, Charles City, spent last week at their grandfather W. B. Mason's. Nadine Daggy left last week Tuesday for Cedar Falls to attend summer school. • Mrs. D. Lang is among the sick. Fern Barton was also sick. Mrs. Lempke, Algona, is spending the week with Mrs. Samuel Steussy. You Would Not Take a Long Trip Without a Spare Tire Of course riot. You do not want less anxiety while driving. nee ^' Neither does the thoughtful man car .i on his everyday financial affairs withoT good balance as a "spare" in his ch account. ** x A good balance of several hundred dolla I nil the time keeps you from much anxi You are ready for any emergency or om tunity requiring quick action. Kossuth County State Bank\ Algonn, Iowa fe, '/A weeks ago, and Duncan Fraser uiklng his place at the Sparks .tarn The Leland and Douglas AVlldin Mrs. Edw. Wildin, her son Cheste James and Robert Hood, AVaconda S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Cattell, Emmetsburg, and a Mr. AVest, of Wisconsin, were guests last, week Sunday at Lewis Wlldln's. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Olson will move to Algona sometime this week. The Mothers and Daughters club met last Thursday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Several guests Mary Runchey gave a recitation, Let Me Live in the House by the Side of the Road. The next meet- Ing, also at the park, will be a joint meeting with other rural clubs neighboring Algona and will take place next week Thursday. Lotts Creek Vacation Bible School Opened— A vactlon Bible school opened Monday morning at the Presbyterian church and will continue for two weeks. Children from the first six school grades are eligible to attend. McUiudisl W. H. .M. S. Meets— The Methodist AY. H. S. .met Bed Room Suites 3-piece maple finished Suite $49.50 3-piece walnut finished Suite $57.50 3-piece genuine walnut Suite $87.50 Free—Cotton felted mattress with each Suite. CHAIRS One to a customer, , WALNUT FINISHED BEDS, $3.95 j ^ 3.3 or full size. " Big Reduction on Floor Lamps Orvllle Stow Elected Principal— Orville G. Stow has secured a po- ition as high school principal at A r adena next year. AA r adena is a own of 350 inhabitants in Fayette ounty. Lease Substitutes for Clifton— The Rev. AA r . H. Lease, district superintendent, preached at the lethodist church Sunday evening. Irs. Lease and a Mrs. Anderson, herokee, accompanied him. tore Is Closed for a Sale— The E. A. Hansen store was clos- d Monday and Tuesday to prepare or a big closing out sale which be- ins AVednesday morning. T. B. tedman, Minneapolis, has charge. last Thursday at the Chambers & Hot home in the country. Mrs. A. L. Spooner was leader, and Mrs. Peter Thompson led devotionals. Mrs. H. B. Pietzke read a paper on Youth and Marriage, Mrs. H. C. Allen gave scrapbook selections, and Mrs. Edw. Hof gave the lesson from the leaflet. UNION FARMER REARS .RABBITS FOR MARKET Union Twp., June 9—Herman Dau is raising gray Chinchilla rabbits for the second year. He now has several old ones and litters of young ones of varying age, 50-odd in ali. The meat, which is mostly white, is a delicacy. There is also a market for the fur. The rabbits are butchered when they weigh four to six pounds. Thus far Mr. Dau has sold the meat locally, but he hopes to locate a city market or a canning Martin Heller went to AVestgate Monday to visit his parents. Olivia Kressin, Blenora Pompe Gladys Saunders, with Mrs. AValte: Ohm, Fenton, and her daughte Kathryn motored to Ventura Mon day to see some friends. Miss Saun ders used to teach primary there Mrs. Karl 'Dreyer was sick tw weeks. Doctor Clapsaddle perform ed a minor operation, and she is no\ about again. Elenora Pompe and Gladys Saun ders accompanied the AA'nlter Ohms Fenton, Sunday to call on Miss Zinser, teaching in a Bible school at Goldfield. Mrs. Hattie Mohr, Mrs. Lockwood Jelleit, and A'iola Mohr drove here from AVnterloo Saturday to visit the Albert Kressins and other relatives. Evangelical \\. M. S. Has Picnic— The. Evangelical Missionary society held its annual picnic at the country home of" Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam Knopf last Thursday afternoon, and 40 persons attended. Airs. Paul Blumer had charge of the pro- 1 gram. The society plans to entertain at a district group rally here June IS. factory. confined The mother rabbits are in individual boxes with Cooking School Conducted Here— The Skelgas stove company con- lucted a cooking school at the resbyterian church Monday afterr noon. (Id Fellows to Uooster 5Ieet— A group of Burt Odd Fellows and lebekahs attended a county I. O. O. Booster meeting at Swea City Alonday evening. Foster's Furniture Store We deliver by truck Algona, Iowa Other Burt News. M. J. Ryerson, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson, and the Ryerson son Kent went to Mason City last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of a cousin of M. J. Ryerson. Mrs. Le Roy McWhorter, who had been visiting here, accompanied them to her son Ward's at Mason City nnd thence she returned to her home at Osage Mrs. Lois Trainer and Olive Smith accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. P Trunkhill as far as AA r aterloo Saturday to visit the B. H. Harwells Mr. and Mi's. Trunkhill went on to Cedar Rapids to attend exercises a' Coe college at which their daughtei Iva was graduated. Hedwig Shiller, Prescott, Wis. and Mirtie Kinney, River Falls AA r is., visited last week from Tues day to Friday at the J. T. Heaney home. They are friends of Mrs Heaney. On AA'ednesday Mrs Heaney and her guests visited the 1 grotto at AVwit Bend. Henry Linder, Mr, and Mra. Al- jert Linder, her children, and Mrs. Bertha Linder, all of Hartley, spent Sunday at Mrs. Ida Anderson's. Henry is her brother, and Albert Garnet While Now a Nurse— Mrs. F. I. Chapman returned Sat- irday from Rochester, where she attended commencement exercises 'Yida.y night for a class of nurses t the Kahler hospital at which Gnr- net AA'hite, who formerly lived here, vas graduated. There were 76 in the class. Miss AA r hite is a niece of Airs. Chapman. race Halm is Graduated— Tli.-? Rev. and Mrs. Phillip Hnhn, o£ AVilton, and their daughters Grace and Lois visited friends here Thursday nnd Friday. Grace has completed the four-year course at AVes- tern Union college, Le Mars, and" her parents and Lois attended the commencement exercises. their litters. After weaning, the young rabbits are put in a larger enclosure. The food consists of lettuce, spinach, carrots, or other garden vegetables In summer, alfalfa hay in winter, and oats or corn. Rabbits propagate rapidly, one mother often has five litters a year. One recently had a litter of nine and lost only one. The eight are about to be weaned.. The rabbits pull fur from their bodies to make, nests Cabbafe Butterfly One of the commonest butterfllet of Europe nnd America -la the large white cabbage butterfly, which in the caterpillar stage does much damage to cabbage plants. When the caterpillars hnve oaten their flll and are ready to pnss Into the pupa stage, they leave the cubbage stallis nnd wander in senrch of a ipot for the change. Strike Strike •while the Iron is hot! Now Is your time to buy shoes and stockings Neville's sale Is going strong. Prices arc cut to the bone. The stock is being reduced rapidly. I have to raise the money to finish paying f or that store room. To keep the ball rolling we are offering some extra specials this week. Ladles' fine hose, extra long, cradle foot lace top at 30c a pair. They are. beautiful hose, just like you pay 90c for anywhere else. Pumps and straps In white kid, beige, and sun tan, worth up to $4.50, now go at $2.flS, and you get a pair of sporty tennis slippers free with each pair. Other novelty slippers with fancy trimmings as low as $1.98. 57 pairs of men's dress oxfords, regular $3.50 values now go at $1.98. Boys and girls' oxfords, sizes up to Xo. 2, now go at 08c. ,*; Boys' kakl long pants, worth $1.00, in\v 49c, Boys' coveralls, sizes up to 12, now F>!)c. Children's play suits,'sizes up to S, now 38c. Boys' whoopee pants, 59c, 79c, and Siie. Men's fancy dress hose, all sizes, at lOc. Men's dress sox, black, tan, gray, or blue, at 5c. Anklets and half hose, at 2 pairs for 2iic. Men's work shoes, $1.25, $1.75, and $2.25. Double-soled .basketball shoes, for men and boys, given away at 69c a pair. VEHY SPECIAL 200 pairs of ladles' Perfect Health arch support slippers, three different patterns, regular $5.00 retailers. While this .sale lasts you get them at 53.19. They are wonderful fitters and combine style and comfort. This sale will end Saturday night, June 20, and It will be a long time before you are offered such tar- gains again. > Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAX ALGOXA, IO\VA 4 for the young. ASAU Attend Conceit at Iowa Falls— Mrs. Ed Allen and her daughters Fern and Donna attended a concert given by Glenn Drake, vocal soloist from New York City, Monday night at Iowa Falls. Fern was Mr. Drake's accompanist at a similar concert at AVebster City last Thursday night. S. S. Children Have- Party— The home of Mrs. Harold Phillips was the scene of a merry party Friday afternoon, when the Beginners of the Methodist Sunday school were entertained. Sixteen little folks played games and refreshments were served. Epworth League Gives Social— The Epworth League had planned a weiner roast at AVilliam Murray's one night last week, but because of inclement weather a social was held WB 90 or* own win «rtus»«re 1X0 D C CAUTV17D »?I 8W«T WBCMODWI DFL F. E. SAWYER 41099*, instead at the Epworth •oonig in the church. League her nephew. guest, Mrs. John Clara Shaw was also a Crawford and Mrs. Walter Burckle, AVebster City, and Mrs. R, A. Illff and daughter tta- mond, of Marlon, arrived lust week AVednesday for a visit at the J. H. Graham home. The women are sis ters of Mrs. Graham. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle took their eon Dean to Eldora Sunday to start working Monday for the Lytle Construction company, driving a. truck. Edward Paine accompanied them. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and Mrs. Paul Moore came from Corwith Saturday to see Herbert Moore, who has been abed several weeks following an accident, but Is now able to sit up a little. Amber Mann who, has been spending a week with her parents the F. C. Manns, returned to Iowa City Friday to .resume her scboo work. Charles McGJll, Teropleton, Wis. College Students Are Home— A number of college students are at home for the summer, among them Ellen Lang, AA r estern Union college, Le Mars, and Florence Bar:on, Cornell. ,, U. S. Sailor is Visitor Here- Donald Scribner, stationed at the naval base hospital at San Diego, arrived Sunday night for a three weeks furlough. Algona \Vom»n Reviews Book— Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Algona, gave a book review before the Mothers and Daughters club last Thursday, when Mesdames Clara Thompson and Nan Ward were hostesses, Curtis AVard gave a recitation, and the hostesses served a two-course tray lunch. On Thursday, June 18, the four rural clubs near Algona—Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club, Cresco Mothers and Daughters, Union, and the Plum Creek Social and Literary club—will hold a joint meeting, an annual affair at the Anv brose A. Call state park. The first named club is hostess this yegr. Mesdames Maude Nelson and. Mame Stelnman are representing the Union club on a joint committee which is making' arrangements. There will be a program, followed by refreshments, -for which there will be a small individual charge. Township Has New Family— A. new family in the township since March, is the C. A. Pentons, Tenants on the Nellie O. Taylor farm. They formerly lived south of Algona. The family consists of father, mother, and six children. The eldest girl, Mildred, attends the Algona high school. Havre, John, and Ruth attend the Dist. No. 1 school, and there are two under school age. Another indispessable part of the family is a 2-year-old gray and white Shetland pony, a pet, School Census is Completed—. The school census for Dist. No. •1 has been completed by the director, Mrs. A. B. Schenck. Fifty-three persons, 24 boys and 29 girls, between the ages of five a,nd 2|1 years reside in the four sections which comprise this school district. Seven of the pupils attend the parochial for f very one/ Father, Mother, Sister and Brother —they're all invited to attend our June Sale! For here is quality Footwear, noted for style, leather and workmanship, now so radically reduced in price that it will give the entire family a treat. GrimSfhl Babe is Baptised— George Gerald, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. George Qrimsehl, was bap. tised Sunday morning at the Lutheran church. Other Lu Verne BTews, Mr. and Mrs. William Woito and Elinor Mae drove to. Cedar Falls last week Monday to attend I. S. T. C. commencement exercises. Milton completed a four-year course and received the bachelor .of arts degree. .Frances and Martha Kabele, and Barbara and Elizabeth Moseley, all ' of Goldfield, wars drove to Lw Friday. White, Rochester, a,t IrYll? Minn,, school and three attend the high school, while 21 are enrolled at Dist. No. 4. Several others attend other schools of the township. Uncle of Mrs. Chris Alt Dies— Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt returned Sunday from Grldley, I]},, where they attended the funeral of an uncle of the latter. The Alts went to Gridley last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nohl, Hancock, Minn., and their three daughters, who had vlalted Illinois relatives, came with them and were overnight guests of the Alts. Mesdames Nohl and Alt are cousins. Barber Eldou Kearus Bedfast- Mr, and Mrs. Eldon Kearns and their daughter Maxine.'who former, ly Uyed at' Ijone Rock, where Mr. was * barber, have been at during the .WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR $2.85 T0 $5.85 f MEN'S FOO TWEAB 3.85 T0 $5.85 CHTOBEN'S FOOTWEAR $1.0Q TO $2-9 5 WOMEN'S &IIK. HOSE _— ------ CLOSING OUT II HOSE ---:-; Women's a '" BROWNELL SHOE CO,

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