Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1931
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, tOWA CALL COOLING ays Comfortable. {and Friday* J"«o 1J * 12 matinee 2; 30-10-SOc. - ' "" i : "• anclng Daughter Is Reckless, Loving hlntc Sinner Now I |li» 1 D Siitnriliiy geous and ravishing than SPECIAL - Sill unlay .lllllC! 1!) Two matinees—1:30 and 3:30. Prices, 10-30c. "\Vllil Animal Serial. f , Big fun and'thrill show. World's daredevil rider. BUCK JONES fighti Sheriff Riding I Romance * . A raring' drama o£ the roarin west. New riding stunts on silvci Sunday, June 14. Matinee 1:00-3:00. Prices, 10-35c 5-7-9 o'clock shows regular price; SHEETS GALLAGHER CAROLE LOMBARD STUART IRWIN LILYAN TASHMAN NORMAN FOSTE] in "Up Pops the Devil" You can't keep a husband an ,OVE too! * From the Broadway stage succes Modern Marriage Needs More Cooperation! See the reason in this laughin loving romance. fie stage hit, "Torch Song" h-packed romance with a kford. '. . JjOCALS The 'Methodist W. F. M. S. meets :iis afternoon with Mrs. F. I>. 'horpe. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman ex- cct to spend the week-end at Min- enpoHs. Peggy Wehler's tonsils nnd ade- okls were removed at the Kossuth ospltfil Saturday. Hex, son of Mr. find Mrs. L,. W. \vnn.son, Whlttomore, spent last ve.ek with Hnrokl Van Allrn. Mrs. Merlin Johnson, Humholdt, s spending this week with Mrs. C. f . T/athrop. She came Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh re expected home today from a veek at Chicago and Milwaukee. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. H. Fnlkenhalner ml .Mr. and Mrs. AV. P. French pent, the week-end at Minneapolis. Edw. Holeeek left Sunday by auti or Chlengo to attend radio deal- rs' convention. He is expected home otlny. Archlo Michel was in southern Monday, June 15. Special booking to give Call patrons an opportunity to see this mighty pleasing show. HUNT BE -"• EDMUND LOWE JEANETTE MacDONALD —With— ROLAND YOUNG See Jeannette AlacDonald modes-r- 1. Accordion pleated night gown. 2. Sport dress of white crepe.... 3.. Gold" metal brocaded evening wrap. ...:.". . 4. Smart riding habit. 6. Evening gown of chiffon.'-'"• owa last week Wednesday till Sat- irday, doing some surveying; for a client. Airs. Barbara Louise Lothrinser ill Verne, was a guest of the Rev nnd Afrs. P. J. Braner Saturday and 5unday. Dr. and Airs. Guy B. Anderson, Ackley, spent Sunday with the for- Tier's parents, Air. and Airs. Fred Anderson. Mrs. W. T. Doughan returned Tuesday from Waterloo, where she mid spent several days with her irother, Edw. Mullin. A. L. Peterson, who recently underwent a hernia operation at the Kossuth hospital, was discharged a we.ek.aeo, and is about town again. R. W. Sample, Kearney, Neb., arrived last Thursday to visit the G. AV. Samples. Air. Sample, who lives retired, is 77. Jane Bailey, Britt, is spending the week with her cousin, Airs. C. H. Williams, while her parents are away on a fishing vacation. R H. Aliller, local bank examiner, and F. E. Kent, of the Kent Motor company, are at Lake Winnibigosh in northern Minnesota, fishing. Airs. W. L. Alartin accompanied her son Clyde and his wife, of Oaklyn, X. ,7., to Ames Friday. Clyde is a former state college student. Martha Dewel, Aluskogee, Okla., wild was here last summer, is again with her grandmother, Airs. I. G. Dewel, and aunt, Airs. B. A. Thorpe. Fred Shaffer, Burt boy of the long ago, was In town briefly Alonday. He was cashier o£ a bank at Amiret, Alinn , which was closed a few weeks ago. Air. and Airs. F. C. Zender drove to Winona, Alinn., Tuesday and brought home their daughter Frances, who has been a student at St. Teresa's. Airs. P. E. Allen, Cherokee, and her children spent Sunday and Alon- day at the Rev. W. H. Lease home. The Leases lived at Cherokee before they came here. La Vere Laing, Sac City, spent the week-end with Elizabeth Webster. The girls were Alpha Chi Omega sorority sisters at Simpson college, Indianola, Airs. A, L. Long and son Jack drove to Grinnell Saturday, returning the next day with Doris Long, who has completed her second year at Grinnel] college. Airs. T. P. Harrington went to Grinnell yesterday to attend a state P. E. O. convention as delegate from the local chapter. The convention closes tomorrow. Airs. Albert Kahn, Sheridan, Aurora, 111., Tuesday, after several weeks with local relatives and old friends. They made their headquarters at Christine and Caroline Wcrnert's while they were here. Robert Conrad, 5-year-old son of Michael Conrad, Corwlth, had his appendix removed at the Kossuth hospital Alonday. Leo. j. Beach Jr., 3 years old, Bode, underwent an operation for ruptured appendix at the'hospital last week Tuesday, The Ttev. Louis Richmann, Burt, the Rev. Henry A. Wrede, .Garner, the Rev. Immanuel G. Kitzmann, of West Bend, their families respectively, and Airs. Fred Steussy and the Gust Reddels, Lu Verne, visited the Rev. and Airs. P. j. Braner Sunday. H. J. Cowan and a Cowan & Son crew went to Burt Alonday to ir>- sta.l a second vault door in the Burt Savings bank building. The bank has provided safety boxes for its customers, and access to the same will be provided through the new door. Ml', and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Arlington, spent the week-end with the w. A. Fosters and took home City, drove to Columbia, Mo., to bring him home. Air. and Mrs. E. ,T. Skinner, their daughters, Mrs. Frank Seeley and Kate, and a granddaughter, Eleanor Thorpe, leave today for Springfield, 111., to vLsit the Fred Skinners. Mrs. Seeley, who is cashier and bookkeeper^ at Chrlschilles & Herbst'.s, will be there a week, the others two weeks. Fred is employed at the Illinois statehou.se, in the Insurance department. John Shirley, accompanied by John Gibbs, Dubuque, has gone to Ft. Cook, Neb., where both are spending six weeks Jn attendance at a reserve officers military train- 1 ing camp. Both will be promoted from second lieutenant in the reserve to first lieutenant. They are state, university students, Shirley a senior In liberal arts and Oil)' a senior in commerce. Mr. and Airs. H. J. AVinsI rind their fi-months son William Ix>e arrived Sunday from Annapolis, McMahon, Britt, and her son Cletus left Monday in the Malone car for Lawranceberg, Ky., to visit the M. J. McGruders. Mrs. McOruder Is a Malone daughter and Mrs. McMahon is Mr. AIcGruder's mother. Mrs. Malone, Mrs. McMahon, find Clctus will remain there a few weeks, but Mr. Malone, Mrs. Turner, Louise and Jerry Bob will be there only a few days. Alarriage licenses have been from New York City. Dr. Harold Bonnstetter, who has finished a medical course at Creighton university, Omaha, came home last Thursday with his sisters Antoinette and Burnetta who drove to Omaha after him. The doctor will leave for San Antonio, Tex., tomorrow to be interne for a year In the sued so far this month to: Andrew M. Hansen, 37, Titonka, Agatha Caughlin, 35, Algona; Steven Cole, 27, Cedar Falls, Kathleen Cullen, 27, Whittemore; Emory Deitering, 22, Evelyn Coyne, 20, both of Bancroft; Frank Maynard, 29, Clarion, Ruby Beer, la, Kanawha; W. J. Philps, 47, Hazel Brandsma, both of Sanborn; Fred G. Haakc. 28, Vlrga *- .ss, Rose hospital. Tom Hovel, is the Bonnstetters this week. He attended Creighton university last year, and was on his wa.y home with his mother Friday, when they had an automobile accident at the four corners just north of town. Mrs. Hovel is at the Kossuth hospital, suffering from bruises. • Mrs. A. L. Ijohg, her son Jack, nnd Doris Long got home Monday libs j G. Duvail, 23, both of Mason City; I from Grlnnell> where Dorls hag | ^'Kene Peterson, 22, Mason City, completed her sophomore year at low Lillinn Finch, 19. Chlllicothe, Mo. Gl . lnnell col , M ,, s . ^ & Story. Ch'ariton, -former Al .conn, grade teacher, and Minta Alor- Md., to spend tlie slimmer here. Air I Kan ' Arkansas, came Monday to visit till today at Mrs. C. L,. Inger \Yin.sIou-, who Is instructor in math- •?inatlc.s In the U. S. Naval academy, is the son of Mr. and-.Mrs. Lice Win- flow, and Mrs. AVlnslow the dauKh- « r ,_. , »>_r n t «LI m .>.! i ^>. > v ii iaiv/ \> i lit: uu iJt^ n Mrs Thompson's father, Clarence I tor of County Supt. and Mrs. Will Jeming, and his daughter, Pearl Deming, who had spent last week "'itii Sir. Darning's sister, Mrs. Foster. Josephine Murtagh got home last week Wednesday night from Columbia, Mo., wnere she has completed ner Cirnt year at the Stephens college for girls. She plans to return next fall. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, met her at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert and their daughter Ha Mae returned Sunday from Des Aloines, where they had visited since last Thursday with Mr. Leffert's sisters, Mrs. John Connelly and Lillian. Air. Leffert attended a United Commercial Travelers meeting. Mrs. R. E. Whitney, Fond du Lac, Wis., and her daughter Jean Blaii arrived Alonday for a several weeks visit w-ith Airs. Whitney's mother Airs. E. C. Dickinson. Another completely balanced "Electric Before you decide on any Refrigerates* see the festinghouse Bee the many important improvements perfected py WESTINGHOUSE engineers! See the superbly pyled custom cabinets —with the smart-looking, lasily cleaned B^jEfet Top. Challenge us to prove ibt you can save | §50 to $150 yearly with this eco- poraical refrigerator, Do not commit yourself until r°u get this important information. p>u are more than paying for a beau- iful WE^TiNaHOUsjB Refrigerator «'«>. \Ve will prove it to you. A very mall cash payment puts a WESTING- SOUSE in your home—24 months to |»»y ilie balance, Call or phone. Darner Electric Co. Algona, Iowa Wyo., arrived Saturday for an extended visit with her mother, Airs. L. B. Potter. She was accompanied by her daughter Barbara. Olaf Johannsen, Bancroft, entered the Kossuth hospital Alonday morning to have a broken rib treated. The injury was sustained in a fall in a garage Saturday. The F. C. Zenders left Tuesday morning for AVinona, Minn., to get the daughter Frances and brought her home. Frances has just finished her first year at St. Teresa's. Agnes Nordstrom returned to Nevada Sunday night, after a two weeks vacation at home. She will complete training in nursing at the Adventist sanitarium in six months. Airs. Margaret Moron, Alinnea- polls, and her daughter, Airs. John Galvin, Alissoula, Atont., arrived uesday to visit the S. E. AIcMa- ons. Airs. Moran is S. E.'s sister. Marjory Helmers, Chicago, spent he week-end with her brother Edard, in the employ, of the local Botsford Lumber Co. here. She is accountant for the Jewell Tea daughter, Airs. F. H. Frederickson. Great Falls, Alont., and her baby son Dick are expected tomorro'W. Maurice Goeders' fractured a bone in his left arm Alonday in a fall at his father's farm, where he was at play in an old building. The flooi gave way, and he fell into the base ment. The building had been part ly destroyed by fir e some time ago He is a son of Tony Goeders. On Geo. W. Godfrey's page in the June number of Successful Farming appeared his latest picture In a 4 inch square. Air. Godfrey has fo some years edited a page calle< ''Stiuibs from a Fanner's Notebook, and it is considered one of the bes features of that farm journal, which claims a circulation of 1,150,000. Daniel Sullivan, Aluecatine and hi daughter Anita went home yestei day after a visit since Sunday a the former's brother J. W. Sulli van's. Daniel, who used to farm engaged'in the real estate busines after he moved to town, but is retired. Anita teaches in the Mus catine schools. Theodore Hutchison left las Thursday for Iowa City, where h has enrolled in the college of law o the university for the summer se sions. Theodore was graduated froi the college of liberal arts four yeai ago; and has since been in the en ploy of a Grand Rapids store equip ment concern at Los Angeles. Ruth E. .Aliller, daughter of O car Aliller, who operates a fee •mill at Titonka, was here Tuesday Aliss Aliller, who Is a graduate o the Wesley high school, has jus finished a course at the Hamilto business college, Alason City, an is prepared to do any kind of office work, typing, bookkeeping, etc. The Howard Platts got home Sun- ctay from a week or So with Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. "W. Platt, former Algonians now living at Neosho, AIo. The Howard Platts made many interesting side trips while they were headquartering at Neosho. , Howard operates a suburban grocery store on south Alinne- sota street. Air. and Airs. E. C. Wilkins, who had spent two years at Oakland, are at parents; Other /or mm from $35 II jewels make this Qrweu » /wer watch jln some watches y/ith numerous jewels, npt all t-Of them cpntyibu&j itQ th? timekeeping qualities. = " the f wer the Longacre, y new Grwen Quadron for men, were are 21 ruby jewels. Each serves as a bearing— w reduce friction at points of greatest wear. Thus, inger service and higher accuracy result. We I recommend the "Lonzasre" as an uncominonjy fine [ w «5t watch for men, A. H, Borchardt ompany. Alark Stanton in Shirley. They will return to nnapolts in the fall. The attention of Algona ami other iterested women Is called to a kelgas eocking school rtemonstra- on which will bo conducted at the ;cal Ske'.gas store today, tomorrow, Saturday, under the auspices f R. O. BJustrom, dealer, by Leon.a leal, home economics specialist. The emonstrator will cook foods on kelgas stoves. There will be no barge for attending the school. Lucian A. Hut'chinson, pioneer in J alo Alto county, died at his home t Ayrshire last week Wednesday, icking only five days of rounding ut a full four score years. Two reeks earlier, his wife, sister of the lev. F. H. Webster, Algona, died, ^uneral services were held at the sn "' K !1I1;1 wlth other Mends. Aliss storv taught at Tulsa, Okla.. last year. The gir.ls plan to meet Laura Hjelle, former Algona physical training instructor, at Chariton this week-end, and the three will lea\'e .Sunday morning for 'Boulder, Colo., to attend summer school. They will return for a longer visit hero later in the .summer. Aliss Hjelle taught at Phoenix, Ariz., last year. Airs. B. P. Richardson and her daughter Meredith visited from last week Alonday till last week .fack drove down after her Saturday. At commencement exercises Alonday the Longs saw Ruth Suck- on', famed Iowa writer, daughter of a former Algona Congregational pastor, receive an honorary degree. Miss Suckow is a graduate of Orin- nell college. Doris recently won two prizes for good work in speech —the Spaulding prize, several weeks ago, and the Hill speech contest, in which she won second prize of $2(1 last week. She Is majoring in speech and English. JUNE Wedding PHOTOS You get the best at the ALGONA ART STUDIO Over Smith's Billiard Parlor Quick service at right prices. We Also Do Kodak Finishing Open Tuesday and Saturday evenings until 9:30. Wednesday at Cedar Rapids Airs. Richardson's mother, vith I Mrs. Mary Schichtl, and Caroline, another daughter of Airs. Schichtl. Caroline has for many years been a teacher in the Washington high school, Cedar Rapids. Donald Parsons, Alax Richardson, and Robert Williams who had helped earn honors for Algona in state high school tests at Iowa City, came home with Ayrshire Baptist church, the Rev. I Airs. Richardson and Meredith. Mr. Whitmer officiating, assisted by the Rev. William Wesenauer. Fred Shilts, son of Air. and Mrs. llarence Shilts, accompanied by a Mr. Wilde, came to Algona Sunday for a visit during the day with his Barents. Fred is in charge of the shoe department of the Montgomery Ward store at Perry, and' has been •xt Perry for moi'e than a month. He is in comp'.ete charge of the department, and has many modern conveniences to. aid him in his ivork. Air. and Airs. G. B. Malone. their daughter, Airs. G. B. Turner, and her son Jerry Bob, with Airs. John Mr. and Mrs. neo. H. Free departed Tuesday by automobile for Westfleld, N. "j., where they will spend two or three weeks with their daughter, Airs. R. L. Duncan, and make the acquaintance o f a grand •rhild born a few weeks ago. En route they wi 1 visit a brother of ATr. ; !. Free at Dilbuquc. After pass ;ng Chicago they will turn north and enter Canada vi.; Detroit. Going or leturning, they will make a boat trip between Albany and New York City. This will be their first exp'er ience in the east. The daughter': husband is athletic coach at West- Held, which is only a short distance MODERN WOODMAN COUNTY PICNIC FOE MODERN WOODMAN FAMILIES AND FRIENDS Sunday Afternoon and Evening, June 21 AT KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR GROUNDS Bring picnic supper. No admission charge. illllllll!llllllllllll!!lllll!!!i!!l!IIIS!ll!l!!IIIW June Values Beach and Shower Coats Smart rubber lined light weight tweed mixtures in smart travel colors, just right to slip on over a wet bathing suit. $1.39 Hot Bathing Suits Elastic rib, all wool, new sun back styles, colorful ap- pliques in contrasting colors, one and two-piece styles— $2.95 got home, early londay morning from -Omaha, {here he had completed his fresh- mn year at Creighton University. e rode back with a student whose .erne is at Mankato. ^Herdies Mailand, Withee, Wis., rrived Monday to spend the sum- Tier at her uncle O. Madson's. Mr. ladson and L. C. Hanson drove to Vithee in the Hanson car on Me- norial day to bring her here. Mrs. Howard V. Andrews, east of Algona, underwent a minor opera- ion at the Kossuth hospital Jast Thursday, and Airs. H. L. Gilmore, Algona, also underwent a minor operation last week Wednesday. Maurice and John McBvoy left ,'riday for Muscatine, where they are spending the summer with an unole. Muscatine is Mrs. E. J. Mc- •Jyoy's old home, and the boys have spent the last five summers there. Dr; and Mrs. M. J. Kenefick, their eon William, and daughter Gertrude spent the week-end at Minneapolis with Paul Kenefick, who is working owards a master's degree in sociology at the University of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Majers, Devil Lake, N. D., and her children, Jack and Margaret, arrived Monday to visit Mrs. Majers' sister, Mrs. W. H Godden. Mr. Majers ia an auditor for the Great Northern railway. Sister Materna, teacher in a parochial school at Pooahontas. spent Saturday with her aunts, Christine and Caroline Wernert. She is a member of the St. Francis order, and the mother house Is at pu- Calif., arrived Friday and present with the latter's Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller. Their plans are indefinite. Mr. Wilkins, who is a mechanic, was employed here before the couple went west. Mrs. Wilkins, who was Alice Miller, is a beauty operator. Harold Clark, Garner, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Clark, former Al- gonlans, has just completed his first year in the Missouri state university's widely known School of Juor- nalism. His father, who edits a newspaper at Lime Springs, Howard county, northeast of Mason IN ALGONA »> F.B.NORTON f/iON S ' Mrs S. &' McMahon, daughter Ruth, Mrs.7 Nellie McMahon, Lucia Wallace; and Mrs r C. O. Simpson attended a flower show at Mason y. They were entertain- at Mrs. C. H. McNidep's in the afternoon. Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and MM. O. A. Samson, a»* H«le°. ^s*' ter of MrT an* Mrs. Victor Johnson' Mt rluntoy «« a w ** at Chl ' FS NORTON^ SON MA I[£IA t S > u u h UlLQIkd c fUll S f uj fif&l IHL Princess Slips Fine quality rayon flat crepe fitted slips in built-up or bodice top, extra long, either white or fleshy color— $1.00 Dollar Dresses A new assortment of these popular dresses, including sheer materials, fast colors—all sizes— $1.00 Printed Silks 40-in. all silk smart new patterns that will fashion smart summer frocks at economical outlay, several patterns— : nggi $1.49 : Kid Boudoir Slippers Better quality all-leather heels and soles, fine contrast silk linings—all the hot new colors and black— $1.95 New Knit Dresses The smart new things in summer weight knit dresses—eyelet and mesh patterns, new colors— $5.95 Sunfast Cretonne patterns and colorings in fashionable cretonnes that are now so popular, 36-in. wide— several patterns— • 3Sc Coats Price 25 desirable spring coats in plain or mixed weaves, some with fur, sizes 14 to 44— Colored Hem Sets SHEETS AND CASES Fine quality sheets and cases in sets, including all the colors— '. i $3.45 set Sanitary Pads "Gels" are a high quality satisfactory pad with all the good features—box of 12—now 25c Printed Cotton Pajamas The new extra wide leg styles, either one or two- piece models, gay colorful prints, sizes for women or misses. $1.00 New Voile Dresses Most beautiful chiffon voiles with pastel grounds are smartly fashioned in clever frocks —see them, now- t . . , 4 $2.95 and $3.95 Bath Towels 22x44 extra large and heavy quality with contrasting fast color borders. A very special value at- 4 for $1.00 New Blouses The newest Swiss blouses with dainty eyelet work and dainty fluffy ruffles are here at $2.25 Summer Footwear Better quality slippers' in kid and reptije, black, white, colors— sizes 4 to 8, including values to $8.50— $4.85 _ Lox-In Cedar Bags Extra large size, white lined, in either cedar or tar paper, full length, side closing — 75c Dresses 100 smart silk dresses in plain or printed silk, .eluding better qualitieSr-Hsizes 12 to 50— June Values

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