Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 9, 1931 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 9, 1931
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mr- Ai««»btlf* at' Clter of , Judge J. Bill"' bttlley the 8«attii<ik , at IfcAauHt the week-end here the sort of Mr, and Mrs , and "Bill" th«i son of KQBSttTtt COtNTY APVANCB, ALQONA, IOWA i'i then a youth of its, !<J .At ttn embf yo mustache. • Then lie lot It B"a\v (VKtiin, ana It flourished continuously till yesterday, When life again cut It off. He is now in tils 70th year and is till almost as active us ho \\aa In that fitr-awy day when h'« mustache wns permitted to start a 60-year spurt. % \j. Larson returned to his duties at the Falkenhalner "& Haggard Insurance offices Monday, after • a three weeks vacation, part of It'thn result of a painful attack of blootl- tiolaonlng which arose from a scratch on the light arm inflicted while he was lemo'vlne a 'hook from the mouth of Minnesota fish. He still carrlee the arm'In a sling. -•••,., Mabel Ro'upp, Minneapolis, Jessie Uoupe, Mason City, and the Arnold' Hotipen, Alexandria, spent the *eek- emt with the C. K. Houpcs. Mabel and Jessie, who are In the employ of the Jefferson bus company, expect to take a two weeks trip, beginning Saturday* via bus and bpat. They will visit Chicago, Detroit, New York City, and other eastern points. Airs. T. Ij. Larson took her daughter Theodora and Dorothy Lawson to Mason f'lty Tuesday and thence 'I'Keodorii took a train for Cedar Raplcis to spend three weeks with !;'.•>• grandfather, < while Dorothy went to Waterloo for an extended visit with her mother. Dorothy had been making her home with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. CoHgrove. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright got home Friday from a ten day vacation trip. They stopped at Spirit IjiiUe for (l few claS'S of fishing, and thence went to Dallas Center to visit their daughter, the wife of the Hev. R, A. Burrows.' At Davenport they visited their son Robert nnd his wife. En route home they stopped at Traer to visit Mr. Wright's aunt. Mr. and Mrs. John Wheelock have received news from Laguuna Beach, Calif., that Mrs. Wheelock's niece, Ruby Wilbur Gunter, Is the mother of a daughter, born June il. Mrs. Ounter's husband Is Jack Gunter, and this Is their first child. Mrs. Guunter, whose father was Elmer Wilbur, well known barber here 30 years ago, lived seven years with the Wheelocks. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Q. brummond, | Chicago, their daughtef Mary, and Mrs. Drummond's mother, Mrs. A. Hutchison, who had spent two weeks with the Drummonds, ' arrived Sunday in the Drummond car. The Drummonds will vlelt here and at Spirit Lake, with Mr. Drummond's father till August 1. Mr. Dr'ummond is a teacher Of mathematics In the Morgan Park high school. Mrs. A. J. Hertig returned Saturday from Mason City, where she had spent two weeks, caring , for her daughter, Mrs. Wayman Clos son, and the latter's new baby. Miami Mrs. Victor Hertig, Centerville, and their baby, who had visited the Clossons from last week Wednesday till Saturday, brought the elder Mrs Hertig .home. The Victor Hertlgs are visiting hero a few weeks. Algor.lans who attended the Sullivan-Kelly wedding at Emmetsburg last Thursday were: Mrs. J. W. Sullivan, .1; R. Blossom, his children, Margaret and Clair, iMr. and Mrs. Daniel Sullivan, Muscatine, daughter Anita, Mrs. S. E. Me- Mahon, daughter Ruth f .Mrs. M. J. Strelt, Mrs. F. W. Dlngley, her daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nugent, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs Jos. Bloom, J. W. Haggard, and June Corey. Father Davern was among a large number of priests and others who attended the silver jubilee Wednesday, June 24, of Father J. P. Qulr- In, pastor of St. Patrick's church, Britt, since August IB, 1918. A unique . fact In -, connection with Father QulHh is that he has a brother,- the Rev. A. J. Qulrln, who Is a Methodist minister. The Rev. A. J. Qulrln, who now lives at Sioux City, was once pastor of the Lakota Methodist church. Claude Nugent, Spencer, and his daughter Elizabeth Jean came Saturday for a visit with the W. D. Nugents and the Fred Andersons. Elizabeth Jean IB spending two weeks with her grandparents, while Claude is In Chicago with his brother Bill. Claude accompanied Bill Ho Chicago- Monday. Bill brought Mrs Nugent and two sons here Friday. Claude is enjoying a two weeks vacation from his duties as asslfitani manager of the J. C. Penney store at Spencer, Mr. and Mrs.'Ctao. W. well, N. M., were expected day, or may arrive^ ioday, for * brief visit with the'Johrt Wheetoeka. Mrs. .2ink, who wa-4 formerly Gertrude Wheelock, and .John »re sister and brother. 'Mr.-'ZIftk i» in the radio business at Roswell, and he and his wife are en route to Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Zlnk is to consult medical experts.' tile Zink's have four children, all ot whom have finished college. The eldest son is assistant professo? tn political science at I>e Pauw university, Greencastle, Ind.; a, daughter is married, and another danffh-, ter is teaching: nfl-V there 19 »ne son a.t home. The '/Inks wevo married 31 years ago. . , mil, of Chicago,'accompan- wan., « n fl his 9lst*r'Rosa, -,„.„„, to visit his ,par- &Mrfl, Ed Wilt.. The k'»nd"terB. Will, left; Bun- |rttnainlng..wlth her par- "Isvr monthiif. ' , \ [i?Dreyer l fainlty -hasimov- -Algona'to-Tltonkf 'They I WTO since' January 1., and IllVectSnear Fenton. 'Mr, r operates -a. portable mill t (a the- most''central fills territory.' f •orge Elbert spent TUes- .tolfe, at the home ot her fDoctor and Mrs. Barnes. ompanled her mother and (ho had spent several days „• sister Is. taking nurses' lat Davenport. ' ' , Vrta young people are I this week at a Congrega- jmtoy school camp at the ( t Arba Dee Long, Josephine | jlrelvln Shifts, William Fer-i Ignj William Kaln, with •Clark' as chaperone.'' ' • V W. White, Waukegan, je Saturday for two weeks f parents, Mr. and Mrs. El- Tiorter. She Is employed in j j-to-wear department of the' jitore, Waukegan. w She clerk- i Weiss & Sorstedt store a i ago, I?. 0; Conner, Omaha, spent j; and Wednesday at the I her slater, Mrs. M. L. Gos- (l , Goslln took her to Eagle 1 sterday afternoon. to 1 '- visit r mother. 'Mr. Goslln is the ntenance engineer" for the fchway commission. j son of Mr. and Mrs. J..M. |ts serving as temporary ; the postofflce during the [of Betty Backus' f who . is 1 vacation. Lewis,' who was from the Algona high i June, plans to take exam- I soon for mall clerk." f Long spent the 'week-end 'kobojls, attending a house Iven by a'group of Grlnneil latudents. Other guests— ke, Mary Louise ' Loake, fey, Paul Preston, 'and.Har- ten—were at the Long home leaving Tuesday .morning, | Kllllan, Omaha,..spent sev- i last week with her parents y. She^vae for some years In Kossuth.'i-but'fpr'; the • has been In the employ of Biberlln Weather Strip eom- 'ting at the "Minneapolis 1 going to the Omaha' office ; M. Frost, aged father of tL, Tribon, was called- back pfles as railroad station WIrock, Minn.',' Moriday, I to leave before the funeral anddaughter Mrs. Ruth (Bleakly. Though In 'his jlir. Frost is still as active i of 50. [Tlss and Mary Mitchell are this week in northern Flora la employed at R. H. Mller's office, and stenographer at the Har l& Dickinson law offices [Mary's absence her niece lapsaddle, of Corwlth, la ting for, her. Mrs, M. M. Kelley, .Tu'l- i with a son and ft daugh- nved Saturday 'night to .visit parents and other rela- |ere. They expect to leave tomorrow. For the' last Mr. Kelley has been a engineer in the employ ' company at Tulsa, ' ' Mrs. Theodore Hu^chl- |lowa City, and their, little B Pent the Poqrth With -the gurtaghs and 'Mr, 1 and Mrs. Prison. The younger Mrs.. n's sisters, Betty and Jeaj* • accompanied, them. 'home ['or a visit. Theodore Js "at[the state university law Mrs. Everett Padgett, , and Mr. and Mrs. 'Garr ta, Wayne, Neb,, with t«r Vivian, and W«Mari» Lake, spent the Ppur, -j. p, wntses. Mrs «nt, Butler^ Mo.', and Ly ee North rUota, were al- of the Wiltses 01^ the WcMurray, daughter ' Fatty Wllelen Zittritsch sjpent the L I « UX City, an* miyi week wedneaday, -Mr. «'H a state automobile in- Grew, of to spena two ot a research L, f ew«et^ , Ennu Jcttick Slippers Several discontinued styles in black and brown. A large selection of sizes—val. to $6. <$3.85 Summer Footwear Entire.'stock of white, suntan and black slippers, now reduced. $1.95, $3.85, $5.85 Children's Wash Dresses A wide selection of smart styles in fast color prints- sizes 3 to 14. 79c Tweed Rain Coats v Practical utility coats, with rubber lining—fine for beach wear. $1.00 Women's Wash Dresses Good styles in fast color prints, including values to $2,95, now $1.49 Better Silk Gloves In either long or short slip- on styles, white and. colors— values to $1.65. 49c Children's Anklets and half hose. Wide variety of colors, all sizes, including values to 50c. 19c New Silk Scarfs Lined Ascot and square styles, including values to $2.95, now $1.00 New Sleeveless Sweaters Smart new styles and colors, all sizes, including values to $3.45. ' $2.25 Leather Handbags. Smart new styles in white, beige, black or brown, values to $3.45. $1.95 Lace Curtain Panels Newest weaves of lace in smart Arabian colors—beau- . tiful designs. •ioff Smart Bathing Suits Newest one and two-piece styles,,including '-values up to $4.95. $1.98 and $2.96 i,.'! ,' i . .'Illl own Come Prices to Lowest Levels in Years!! We Must Clear Our Stocks Now! Remember . . . it is all Quality Merchandise Bought for Your Particular Preference ^^_____ July Clearance Cases Stamped Pillow Cases Linen finish Bridal 79c pair Stamped Art Goods Entire stock now £ price Colored Hem Cases Fine ^standard quality 39c each July Clearance Hosiery Curtains Curtains Drapery Damask Including values to $1.50 49cyard Fast Color Cretonnes Including values to 65c yd. 19cyard Gordon and Rollins Pine chiffon and service, full-fashioned silk hose — regular values to $1.65. 1 pair $1.45 2 pair $2.75 Hisses' Silk Hose Including values to 59c 33cpair July Clearance Footwear Play Suits Selby Arch Preservers Including values to $10. $4.85 and $6.85 Barefoot Sandals and play oxfords, now $1.00 Kid House Slippers With leather soles & heels $1.95 July Clearance Towels and Little Colonel Suits Including regular $1 val. 69c Boys' Wash Suits Including values to $1.50 89c Good Turkish Towels Heavy double loop quality 6 for $1.00 Fine Turkish Towels 22x44 extra heavy quality 4 for $1.00 .AjUrLIpewTowellpg, Ombre border, 45c quality 29cyard July Clearance Fabrics A. B, C. Sport Fast colors, values to B9c 39cyard and Plftin Silks Including values up ^o 2.25 98cyard OH Cloth 8ii». better quality plain and, Print 19c yard Clearance of Ready-lo-Wear A department-wide. selling of fashion-right dresses, suits, and coats— at rock bottom prices that will pay you well for making immediate purchases. Styles and sizes for every woman, at prices for every pocketbook. . Silk Dresses Printer plain, crepe, chiffon $3.45 $7.75 $10 $15 Utility Coats Plain colors or mixtures $5 $10 $15 Chldiren's Coats and Presses Pajamas Printed Pajamas New one and 2-piece. $1.00 Smart Kew Pajamas Hot Hollywood styles. $1.95 July Clearance Sheets Colored Hem Sets Standard pepperel fast color $2.95 set j Bridal Bed Sheets 81x99 popular high grade $1.29 each 86-}n. Hope Muslin Fine bleached good quality 10 yard* for $1 Sale Starts SILK CREPE LINGERIE Better grades, val. to $4.45 $1.98 and $2*95 FINE RAYON PAJAMAS One anft two-piece. Values to $3,45 $2.25 Rayon Lingerie " Non-run, fine quality, ajl styles. $1,00 ,. flW^^ ^fr *Ww ^1* ^W^^ T^ •<,-'- .,5i- ^S-SilS

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