Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1931 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT at your C&HCANE near A&P 10-LB. CLOTH BAG 50 c /25-LB. CLOTH BAG1.2S c \ \100-LB.BAG . .4.85 / Quality at low prices — an A&P tradition that you can benefit by, day after day. Especially this week when your nearby A&P Food Store is offering such outstanding values as— IONA FULL STANDARD QUALITY Tom 4S; s2 25c Uniform in size and flavoi — packed 'in spotless canning factories — and brought to you at this decidedly low price by A&P! 2 2 35c Quaker Maid R*»nn« TOMATO SAUCE o 16-oz. vMuaner maia Deans O R VEGETARIAN •* CANS Green Giant Peas .... 2 g&f Uneeda Baker's Snow Peaks . 2 $£* Beet Sugar lOOlb. 4.65 Franco-American Spaghetti . 3 ONS 22c Lard &!£§$ 2 us. 19c Post's Bran Flakes PKG. 12c Wet Shrimp 2 J A ^ S 27e Underwood Mustard Sardines Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Pineapple 12 Oranges, 2 doz . 35c Strawberries, Special Price FREE I- •1 package Palmolive Beads with each purchase of: Palmolive Soap . 4 CAKES * LuxFlakes 5 JUNIORS HERE LOSE GAME TO SWEA CITYAN •The first of this season's Junior ball games \viis plnyed at the park at the south ctlg-e of town Tues- j day iiftcriioon. Swea City won from the locals, s-2.' Alfronii'n team has not yet been definitely lined up, but In this game It incUified Junior Kelley and Bums, 'at plti'ii: McDonald at cntcli; Cretz- moy.r, first; Homer Kelley; second; ! Hums, snortstr.p; Coons, third. i Buys under Ifi interested in play- 1 in;.' are urge,! to report to Condi ; Pimhiim at Athletic park any even- ini;. • i'Viiir games have been scheduled ! :ni fur. It Is planned to have .two j homo games next week, one Wedi ncwlfiy. flip other Friday night. To- n-.orrow night the locals will piny B'.inerol't there, and next Tuesday tiu-y will go to West Bend. Next week Friday Titonka conies 'here, and uii June 20 the locals, go to Titonka. Games st'irt at G:li>. and a small admission charge Is made. A canvass of the business district will be made this weekend to HC'I! season tickets at SI to ho In defray the expense of suits which have been ordered, also transportation and minoi equipment expense. GARDNER COWLES JR, NAMED AS DRAKE COLLEGE TRUSTEE Xlne new members of the board of trustees of Drake university, Des Xloim's, were elected Saturday, and among them was Gardner Cowles Jr. Mr. Cowles was one of two members chosen on the university's executive committee. His elder brother John was already a member of both the b'oard and the executive committee. John Cowies is co-publisher with his father, Gardner Cowle.s Sr., of the Des Moines Register and the Des Moines Evening Tribune, and Gardner Cowles Jr. is managing news editor of both papers. The university has conferred the doctor's degree on the elder Mr. Cowles. Mahel tJoGrnw, Algona, and Cecil McGinnls Are W«1— Mabel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw, nncl Cecil, son of Charles MjcGlnnls. were married at the Presbyterian church, Waterloo, last week Monday afternoon at 2:15 by the Uev. Mr. Hnrdcastle, pastor, In the presence of the bride's mother, sister Mildred, and Maynard Stephenson, Fenton. After the ceremony the bridal party drove home, and the bride's sster, Mrs. Burl Taylor, served a wedding supper to the Immediate families. The couple will be at home after July 1 In a house on east Kim street recently purchased by the. couple which Is being remodeled. The bride hart been employed six yens at the ISlite Hnt Shop, and Mr. McGinnis is in the employ of the Mid-Continent oil company. Last week Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Taylor ami Mrs. Frank Hpflus, the bride's aunt, entertained 30 friends at a miscellaneous shower In her honor. Each guest wrote two favorite recipes in a book for the honoree and also embroidered her own name on a block for a quilt. After the bride had unwrapped her gifts, refreshments were served. The party took place at the Hoflus home. The day of their marriage Mr. and Mrs. McGinnis, with Mrs. DeGraw, attended exercises at the I. S. T, C., Cedar Falls, at which Mildred DeGraw was graduated. A&P Food Stores MIDDLE WESTERN P:iCifi<- TI-II < .imp.in v For Service DRY Cleaning Wearing Apparel Hats cleaned and reblocked We give you a satisfactory service Send Us Your Rugs and Draperies. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 METHODIST, C. V. Hulse, Pastor — Following Sunday school last Sunday, 400 in attendance, a Chili dren's day program entitled The -lidden Treasure was given before i capacity audience. Under the di- •ection o£ Mrs. L. J. Malueg, Mrs. rt. A. Reimer, and Mrs.. William Gaskill, .superintendents of the beginners, Primary, and Junior departments respectively, the youngsters gave one of the best programs in years. . . The vacation Bible school started Monday and will continue two weeks. In charge are Mrs. E. A. Genrich, superintendent and Vei-a Steil, Lucile Malueg, and Emma Spongberg, teachers. . . The Rev. Dr. G. T. Notson, superintendent of the Methodist hospital, in Sioux City, wil preach next Sunday. Affatlia Caugliliu, Algona Girl, Bride of Titonka Fanner— Agatha Caughlin, Algona, and Andrew M. Hansen, Titonka, were married Fridav at 2 p. m. at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. John Caughlin, the Rev. B. M. Southgate, Britt. performing the ceremony. The couple were attended by Dru- yilla Caugrhlln, sister of the bride, and Bernard Hansen. Minneapolis, nephew of the bridegroom. The bride attended the local schools and after graduation taught at Orange City and Schaller. She also attended the I. S. T. C. at Cedar Falls. Last year she taught a Kossuth rural school. Mr. Hansen, who is the son of Mrs. C. J. Hansen, Ti- tonlca. Is a farmer. After the wedding ceremony light refreshments were sewed, and the couple then went to McGregor for their honeymoon. Out-of-town relatives who attended the wedding were: Mr. and Sirs. Alvin KJarr, Iretort, and theft" children, Robert and Kathryn; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hanson, Rudd, and three children; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Young, Titonka, and daughter "Wandar Mr. and Mrs. Krman Hansen, iLakota, and two children; Mrs. Mary Keith, Algona; and Nettie AVeisbrod, Fenton. Kathleen Cullen; Is Hrfifo— Kathleen Cullen, \\Tiittemore, and Stephen G. Cole, Cedar Falls,, were married last week TuescTay at St. Michael's Catholic church, the Rev. William Veit performing the ceremony and saying a nuptial mass in the presence of a large number of relatives and friend's. The couple were attended by a sister of the bride, Mrs. Joseph L. McTigue, Emmetsburg, and the latter's husband. A wedding breakfast was served at CONGREGATIONAL, F. J. Clark, I the bride's parental home, after observe the anniversary. In tttten- dancg were; Ml-, and Mrs. Frank kohlhaas; Mr. and Mrs. phiHp J. Kohihnos, and their children, Vernon, Anita Rosa, Betty, Robert, and Dean; John Kohlhaas and his son John; M x r. and Mrs. Connie Kohl- hnas and their children, Arthur, Richard, and Diana; dnd Henry, who lives VIth his parents. Acnrtoinlc Students Honored— Six of the se.ven Aigona students who took part in the state academic them and told at length of their tests at Iowa City were guests 01 the Rotarv club at the Country club clubhouse Monthly noon. They were Jforma Grelner, Norma Raney, Ha Lcfl'ert, Max Richardson, Bob Williams, and Donald Pnrsons. The missing member was Johanna Fiene, Lotts Creek, who could not be .pros- tnt. Siipt. Overmyer introduced the mnnd told at length of their good work. G. S. Buchanan spoke brief y on a recent fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. B. A. Cum- mlngs, of the Cummlngs 5c to ?1 store, was introduced as a new member of the club. Family Picnic Is Given— A family picnic complimentary to Mrs. M. C. Keith, Casper, Wyo., look place at the Ambrose A. Call state park last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. O. Shoen, Mrs. A. M. Bridge, her daughter Mrs. F. YV. Stevenson, with the latter's husband and children, Mrs. Clyde Wiser, wltn three children, and Betty Keith, all ot Goldfield, came for the event, which was also attended by the \V. C. Dewels and Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. Mrs. Keith,' who is the eldest daughter of Mrs. I. G. Dewel, left Saturday, after two weeks here,' and on the way home stopped for a brief visit with her sister, Mrs. Geo. G. Cole, Maxwell. three were reelected, the retiring president la Mrs. W. C. Dewel. 44 Attend Clnbliotiso Pnrty— Mesdames W. H. Godden, P. H. Seller, George Blbert, and Tony Kirsch were hostesses at nn afternoon party at the country, club clubhouse Tuesday afternoon. There were 44 women In attendance, and the high bridge scores were'won by Mrs. F. D. Wtr.iams and Mrs. B. A. scheme!. After bridge lunch was served. Next Tuesday night there will be nn evening party at the. clubhouse. . Missouri Girl Married HerV- Eugene Peterson. Ma:!on City, and Lillian Flinch, Chlllicothe, Mo.,, were married Sunday afternoon at the Trinity.,E-v. Luthefah church. Bon aid C4rah"'<uid Catherine Flinch were wttnbssis (> 'ttnd the ttev, P. ,T/Braner, 'pastor, *l)^rforhiett the ceremony. The newlywetls will live at Mason City, where M>. Peterson Is engag- en In ' Congregational Aid Elects— . At /a, ,. jneetlng of the Congregational Aid lAst Thursday, Mrs. Wade Little Vi-aJJ elected president to siic- ceed Mrs, T. P. Harrington. Mrs. Harrington u'as elected vice president; Mrs. H. R. Cowan, treasurer; Purvis, secretary. Other Society. illie'-: Presbyterian Missionary socU et^.Vwill meet with Mrs. Clarence ShHt&%huraday afternoon, June IS, at 2; 30. Tho Indies. tO])| c , Mr. and Mrs birthday entertained The Uny;i| lonlKlH. T | U . Hort ' reri-pshi m .| "Wn, t 3-HOOM ~ Al'A floor.—) >)„, JlllllllliililllllM 188 ICOATS&DRESSE | July Clearance Sale Pri Eleven Attend Auxiliary Meet— A quarterly meeting of the county Legion Auxiliary was he'.d at Lone Rock Tuesday afternoon. The program consisted of routine business, reports from various units, and remarks by Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City, state publicity chairman. The following Algonians attended: Mrs. H. A. Reimer, Mrs. F. H. Webster, Mrs. A. H Stock, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Maxine Brundage, Mrs. Glen Walker, Mrs. William Dau, Mrs. Adrian Sterling, Mrs. 'M. A. Bartholomew, Mrs. Anton Anderson, and Mrs. W. H. Hodges. Showers Honor Ethel English— Mrs. Howard Carey entertained at a miscellaneous shower last week Monday night In 'honor of Ethel English, who will be married late this month to Casey Loss. There were 12 guests, and the evening consisted of games. Each guest hemmed a towel. After .the honoree had unwrapped her gifts, refreshments were served. Mrs. Hugh Herman and her daughter Mrs. Geo. P. Elvidge, of Perry, will entertain in honor of Miss English this afternoon. "Where Service and Quality Meet" | Three days Thurs. Fri. Sat. June 11-12-lj 3 — •—• : —— ; — —_ j =5 We offer for these three notable days, probably the most drastic June price i =s ting sale in our history. In other words 188 garments at Jnly Clearance = prices. These are all Spring garments, no mid-summer dresses are incli s£ Size ranges are fairly complete—below we give, a condensed stock-sheet of i =s price ranges: • = 18 Spring Coats at ___ = 38 Spring Coats at ____ $io, = 25 Spring Coats at $l H 23 Spring Dresses at ___": = 51 Spring Dresses at _:1__ H 43 Spring Dresses at _ _ $15,5 : Important: This is the most .sensational prie^-cutting event that this store 1 : staged in 25 years. If you want to buy a high grade coat or dress at the 1 : possible price level, attend this Sale—we mean business. Our loss is your i : We are throwing away our profits to stimulate sales. Don't hesitate—don't pj : off your buying—NOW IS THE TIME! Methodist Aid Names Officers— The Methodist Aid met at Pastor — A Children's day program will be presented next Sunday, featuring songs and recitations by members of the Junior and Primary Sunday school departments, under the direction of Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and Mrs. Lee. Th« church will be decorated for the occasion. The pastor, the Rev. Fred J. Clark, will be at home with his family, and he will preach a Children's day sermon. Persons desiring to unite with the church or having- children to be baptised should communicate with the pastor. Bear in mind the fact that this joint program of Sunday school and the church will commence at 10:30 a. m. Bargains in Used Cars 1930 Ford Tudor 1929 Durant Sedan 1929 Whippet coach 1929 Whippet sedan 1929 Velie coach 1929 Ford Tudor These cars are in A-l shape and are priced for quick sale. It will pay you to see them. — Easy Terms — KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, low* Service— —Sales which the newlyweds left for a wedding tour through eastern Iowa and Illinois;. Tbe 'new -Jlrs. Cole was born here, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cvrllen. She was graduated from Presentation academy and; attended the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, following which she taught several years in Palo Alto rural schools. Mr. Cole was reared at Cedar Falls, where he was gi'aduated from high school, since which he has been In the employ of a company there. The couple will live at Cedar Falls. BAPTIST, P. H. Webster, Pustor —The Rev. Frank Yearnd, pastor of the Union Baptist church, ville, will occupy the local Esther- Baptist pulpit next Sunday morning-. At the evening hour the Sunday school will put on Its Children's day pageant, The Prince of Peace and the World. This and a similar service at the Presbyterian churoh will be the "union services" for the evening. . . A Baptist daily vacation bible school will open next Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Children between three and 12 are invited to enroll. Mrs. F. H. Webster will be in charge with a staff of competent helpers. the church last Thursday for the annual election of officers. The office of president was not filled, the election being carried over till next meeting. Other officers elected were vice president, Mrs. L,. M. Merritt; second Ice president, Mrs. C. D. Fellows; secretary, Mrs. O. S. Lindsay; treasurer, Mrs. D. L. Leffert. The last Knitted Suits S We offer our entire stock of knitted suits, consisting of two and three-piece j =s raents in two radically reduced price groups. Sizes from 14 to 22 and entires == included. TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN, F. J. Braner, Pastor—Next Sunday. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; English service at 10. The Concordia Seminary Quartette, of St. Louis, will give a sacred'concert at 8 p. m. The Aid will meet today with Mrs. Braner, and the Sunday school teachers will meet at the parsonage tomorrow evening at 8. PRESBYTERIAN, J. L. Coleman, Pastor — Next Sunday: morning worship and study, 10 to 12. Y. P. S. C. E., l?"30. A contest will be decided by your presence or absence. Children's day program at 8. All are invited to visit a church Bible school which begins next Monday. Long's Food Shop FOR GOOD EATS Make the whole family happy by having the best on your table at low cost. lUebhoff Family Has Reunion— A reunion of the Riebhoff family, pioneer settlers of Kossuth, was held at Mrs. Elizabeth Riebhoff Winkel's at Bancroft Sunday and in attendance were: Mattie Winkel; Mrs Jane Riebhoff Winkel, Pasadena Calif., Mrs. Sue Riebhoff Ward and her husband, William H. Ward, Nickerson, Kans., Mrs. Garfelia Johnson, Wesley-, Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Riebhoff, Mr. and Mrs. John Riebhoff, daughter Camilla, the Harry W. Keiths, the August Sla- gles, Clara Zahlten, the Vern Rieb- hoffs, the P. A. McArthurs, and the William Brodersons, all of Algona; Mrs. Jessie Riebhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Chrlstensen, the I^ance Rleb- hofl's, and George Graham, all of Burt; Mrs. Jpsephine Riebhoff Slid- meter, Marshfield, Wis., and daughter Virginia; the A. W. Meschers, St. Paul, and the Roy Crawfords, Whittemore. Golden Wedding is Celebrated— Mr. and Mrs. Kasper Kohlhaas,' Sherman township, reached their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday, ana celebrated Sunday by entertain ing their children and the families at dinner at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas have lived in Sherman township ever since their marriage in Keokuk county. Mrs. Kohlhaas, who was born In Germany, is 72, and Mr. Kohlhaas, who was born in Keokuk county, Is 82. The children were all at home to help ST. THOMAS, Father Thorald EUer, Rector: Next Sunday: even ing prayer and sermon at 7:30. • CATHOLIC VACATION SCHOOL, OPENED AT LEDYJtRD— LEDYARD—A Catholic vacation school opened Monday and will continue two or three weeks. Two Sisters from Dubuque are instructors. VALUES TO $12.75 $Q.95 VALUES TO $22.50 i.75 $ 13 "Where Service and Quality Meet" Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Impressive Memorials "^ Careful thought must be given to, design and material In • the selection of a memorial that will be impressive. We can help you with both. We have several new designs available now and a variety of granite that will please the most delicate eye. Plrie's Dark Barre granite, for instance, is one that has stood the test of time for nearly fifty years. Ask us to show you this granite before ytm select a memorial. Godden Monument Co. Est. 1878. 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