Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 30, 1931
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Edward" Pilnnkuk, Wesley, was weeks operated on for appendicitis Tues- Charles day afternoon at the Kossuth hospital. Sheriff and Mrs. L. .13. Hoyey, with their little son, returned Sunday from a week In northern Minnesota. Beulah Hartshorn, operator at the beauty shop over the Bloom'" store, spent Sunday with her parents-* at Swea City. ' ' . Mrs. D. D. Monlux and Mrs. D. C. Mahan will spend today at Dayton, attending a state Lutheran m'.saion meeting : . Florence Nelson, office girl tor Doctors 'John and M. J. Keneflck, {spent last week with friends 'ai Ctear' Lake, < ' ••••'•• •••> ••• .<i • Mr; and Mrs. George Douglas, of Whlttemore, are parents of a boy, their fourth child, born 'at their home Friday. Fred Shilts spent Sunday with, his parents. He has been at- Perry 1 three months, clerking In ,a .Montgomery-Ward store. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zeltz, ,ot ,Fairmont, parents of Teacher Ernest Zeltz, Lu Verne, visited the Rev. P. J. Braners Saturday. Henry Helderscheidt, ';8 ; ,. of "Whit-' temore, underwent an operatlon. ifor ruptured appendix at the Kossuth hospital Sunday. ' •' ' • ' Robert Parker, DCs Moines, carte last week Wednesday for, a.-week with his uncle and aunt, Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt. '• '"'" " ' ; ••.-..Former',-.Marshal Floyd ' Newvllle started work at the ..Sinclair oil station on the corner of' State and Jones streets Tuesday. Mrs. Alfred Faulkner, ^Chicago', is expected to spend 'the week-end with local relatives. She was formerly Margaret Ferrlgan. Blythe Conn, Burlington, ;, came Monday night to visit Robert !Harrington and other local Alpha'Sig- ma Phi fraternity brothers. -. Mrs. Eldon Bennet, New, York city, her baby, and Mrs. Nellie Vulgamott, Webster City, were : guests last week at A. A. Sterling's. •'• Earl Vincent drove the mall truck to and from the depots four days last week, substituting .'for ; his uncle, Bob Vincent, who was sick.' Harvey Johnson, of the-Irvington neighborhood, left Monday night, for Phoenix, Ariz., to work On a 'ranch where he was employed three years visit before going .home. Mr. and Mrs, Lee Relnhardt, arrived Sunday night from Minler, 111., to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,T. F. Behlmer., Mr. and Mrs. Relnhardt are Interested In dramatic production work. Emily Rbsewall will Iowa City tomorrow, return to after with her Rosowall. mother, She Is two Mrs. sten- ographcr for a law firm for which she has worked three years. Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor Young, Rockwell City, and Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle spent Sunday at the Oko- bojls, guests ot Mr. and Mrs. George Klbert and Mrs. Eugene Keneflck, who are spending two weeks there. Mr. and • Mrs. R. M. Fritz, Harvard, 111., and Mrs. A. W. Martin, of Belmoml, and her daughter Harriett spent several days last week-end with Mrs. W. E. Kain. Mrs. Fritz and Mrs. Martin are sistera of Mrs. Kain. Mrs. Goo. W. Platt, Neosho, Mo., arrived a week ago lost Thursday to visit her daughter,' Mrs. Ellis Runchey, and the son, Howard Platt, who conducts the suburban grocery store on south Minnesota/ street. Boy Scouts were given free ad- mlfislon to the - Algona swimming pool Monday evening between 5:30 and 6:30, as guests of the city. Paul Danson, . scout master, was In charge. 1 Swimming tests were given to the scouts. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blossom drove down from Minneapolis Saturday to her parents, Mr, and Mrs. E. J, Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coonan, Ce : dar Rapids, are parents of their first child, a daughter, born Monday t named Suzanne. Mr, Coonan, who is a brother of Mrs. M. J. Strelt, Was employed here at one time as engineer for the state highway commission. He Is now with a construction company. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux and their sons Robert and Andrew returned Monday night from Blkader, where they had spent several days with Mr. Monlux's brother, W. C. Monlux, who farms there. William Monlux remained, and will return In two weeks. Mr. Monlux is a Milwaukee postal clerk. Earl Bradley, county superintendent at Muscatlne, attended a superintendent's convention at Des Moines last week, and then came here Saturday to see his mother, Mrs. Kate Bradley. They left Tuesday morning via Spencer to visit Earl's sister, Mrs. Clyde Chitty, of Corectlonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Danson became parents of a 9-lb. boy at the Kossuth hospital Friday. He has tham, who Is Interested In fruit farms in Kansas, reports bumper crops this season. Rain has been more plentiful there than here, but more is needed now. Mrs. Latham IB «, sister of Mrs. Eva • Delm and John Bleser, and another sister, Mary Bleser, with John Delm, will accompany the Lathams to Muncle for a visit of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Brodersen, of Wlnona, Minn., and their son Beryl came Friday to visit relatives friends. Mrs. Brodereen, who and was been named Robert Louis. Danson was formerly Alice Mrs. Lawton, of White Bear Lake, Minn. This Is the couple's first child, and/ the youngster is a grandson of Justice W. C. Danson. Mary J. Rice and Janet Zerfass loft Sunday night for Chicago to visit their aunt, Agnes Rice, teacher in the University of Chicago. Mary goes thence to Frankfort, Mich., to teach the piano and archery at Camp Oshoha of the Dunes, and Janet will attend Camp Warwick, also In Michigan. ago. George EVbert went to the Oko- visit at J, R.'s brother C. H. Blossom's at Burt. J. R. is R.- S. Blossom's father; and on two different occasions was In the hardware business at Burt. Dr.. Burl F., Dewel, Evanston,.111., i»"expected today to spend the weekend with the former's mother, Mrs. W; C;;Dewel. The :doctor has been practicing orthodontla • (straighten-; ing children's teeth) at .Evanston since July, 1929. Roy McMahon returned to work at the Ipwa State bank Monday, after a week's vacation. He will take another week off later In the sum 1 mer. Roy spent most of last week at Mason City as a contestant in a golf tournament. Ruth Jones, Cedar Falls, who has been with her sister. Mrs. E. A. Genrich, a month, has as guests this week Lucille Severson, Radcltffe, ,and Hazel Zeigler, Rockwell. The three girls attended the I. S. T. C. Cedar Falls together. Mrs. C. H. Long, Mary Elizabeth Foster, Arba Dee and Gertrude Long, -Bernice Dearchs, and Gertrude Morrow spent last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Elils Runchey, their children, Jean Ann and Dick, and Mr. Runchey's mother, Mrs. Mary Runchey, with Mrs. Runchey's mother, Mrs. Geo. W. Platt, Neosho, Dorothy Guderlan, Is a daughter of Mrs. William Phllo, who now lives at Wlnona. Mr. Brodersen, who works In a nursery there, went home Sunday, Mrs. Brodersen and Beryl remaining till Monday, guests of the T. L. Larsons. Mrs. Larson and her three daughters will take them home next Monday, and will remain for a few days' visit. The Bert Deals spent Frld.iy, Saturday and Sunday at Clear Lake, attending a ml'1-summer executive board meeting and picnic of the Iowa Master Painters association, of which Mr. Deal is president. The meeting and picnic were held at the Odd Fellows' grounds on the south side of the lake, and there were, 250 painters and. their .families' in attendance. Saturday night the crowd was banqueted at the camp dining room. The" annual meeting ot the association will be held in Des Moines next January. The city librarian, Mrs. Lura San. ders, and Christine Wernert went to Chicago Saturday night, and Mrs Sanders after visits there and at Milwaukee, was to go to the Dells In Wisconsin. ' Then she will visi a daughter at Logan before com ing home In two weeke. During her absence Katherlne Kain is at the By Eva W. Strelt. ... Former Hurt Boy flairlcd— The marriage of Evelyn Louise May to Paul R. Clark, both of Chicago, took place at Paul Rader's tabernacle Saturday evening, July 26, at 8 o'clock. The bride wore a Mo., spent last Thursday and Friday at Des Moines, and Mr. Runchey, who is a local grocer, looked aft«r business affairs there. . . Mrs.,. William : Nugent, 'formerly Zada Dlngley, went to Clear Lake Friday for several days at the .Outing club/' .-the guest of Judge; and, .Mrs/ Grimm * of • Cedtir. Rapids.'judge' Grimm, now on the state supreme bench, was formerly of the' Cedar Rapids law firm with "Which Donald Hutchison is associated. Richard Watson, Indianola, went home Friday, after two weeks with the Rev. F. H. Webster family. He was badly injured six months ago, when hit by a car as he was changing a tire on his own car. Till recently he had to wear - a cast around his neck to protect broken vertebrae which he suffered in the accident. * Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Skinner got home Monday from Lake Wabedo, library. Miss Wernert, who Is em ployed in the ready-to-wear depart ment of the Goeders store, is hav ing a two weeks vacation and i visiting Mrs. Nora Kain and the latter's daughter Elizabeth at Au rora, Jll. Mrs." L. R. Morrison, Pasadena, Calif., arrived Saturday for .a week with her sister, Mrs. K. D. James. With Mr. Morrison and the children, Leonard and Helen, she had been visiting a brother of L. R. at il.eodesha',''.Kas., to which, point she will return from here. Mr. Morrison was once a partner of Mr. James but is now in the drug business at Pasadena, Leonard is employed at San Francisco in journalistic work. Helen is still in h*gh school, and the other daughter, Mildred, who is married, lives at Pasadena, her husband being in the bond business. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe, their daughters Irma Dee and Mrs. Hat tie Phillips, the latter's two daugh ters, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Miner, and a son spent Sunday at Alexandria with the Arnold Roupes and Car Walkers. Arnold is a son of Mr gown of white moussellne de solle, a veil of tulle with a tiara of pearls, and white eatln slippers. She carried a bouquet of tea roses and lilies of the valley, and was given away by her uncle, John Olsen. She was attended by a maid, of honor, Hazel Clark sister of the bridegroom, and by two bridesmaids, Martha Hentdchel, and Katherine Olsen, both of Chicago. The maid and bridesmaids wore pink, green, and orchid organdie resses respectively, with satin slip- ers to match, and carried bouquets f tea roses, lilies of the valley, and >aby-breath. The bridegroom was attended by George Peterson, best man, and Irvng Schoettle and Franklin Clark, ushers. The latter Is a brother of .he bridegroom. , At. 8 o'clock, the organist, Lance B.'lLatham','played "Because." This was followed with a number by the soloist, Mrs. Grace Smith, who sang 'Tell Me That You Love Me,", accompanied at the piano by' Harriett Andrewson. Mr, Latham then played "At Dawning," and this was followed by a solo, "I Love You Truly." The Lohengrin wedding march was played, during which the bridal party assembled before an.j archway of roses. Doctor Hogg, who often has charge of early morning services broadcast from WLS, performed the single-ring ceremony. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony at the Admiral hotel, Foster Avenue at the Lake. The bride, who IB- a daughter ..of, Mrs. Fred May, was a private secre- PAGB FlVft Pork and Beans, 1 Ib. can Coffee 35clb Coffee Special, 3 Ibs. Peaberry- Cherries, Red Pitted, No. 10 CanJ Kirk's Cocoa HaiPirWat- er Soap, 3 bars Poisrcbes, 15 Ib. peck- Pineapple, No. 2 1-2 size can — Bloom's Store »•»«»»*< Minn., where they week at fishing. had Fred spent a Skinner, bojis Friday night to spend the week-end with Mrs. Elbert, who is spending two weeks in a cottage there. Arnold Elbert Is a now clerk at the Neville shoe etore. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Elbert, of Algona, and began work a week ago Monday. Mrs. Carl Roemer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Winter, and, Gilbert Winter, all of Hubbard, visited at the Rev. P.- J. Braner's Saturday, ' Sunday, and Monday. J. A. Freeh drove to Cedar Falls Monday to bring up hie sister, Mrs. H. H. Barger, and her daughter Bernlta for -visits here and at other Kossuth points. ' Beth Backus, employed at the postofflce, was unable to be at work the first of the week because of a swollen cheek, the result of hav ; Ing a tooth extracted. .....•: Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Kennedy, at Clear Lake, guests of Mra. B. A. Thorpe, who was at the W. E. Laird cottage on Algona Beach. Alma stopped Lee White, Estherville, at the Chrlstensen store his wife, and the two children, Jack, 6, and Jean Ann, 4, who were with the elder Skinners, will return today to Springfield, 111., where Fred in the state insurance of Minneapolis, spent the week-end as gueets of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sher, Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs. Sher-, Monday morning for a brief calf, en route home from Eagle Grove, where she had spent Sunday with her mother. She is bookkeeper at the Chrlstensen store at Estherville. Deputy ' Sheriff and' Mrs. E. L. Harrte, with their 3-year-old daughter, left yesterday for a week of fishing' In Minnesota. Sheriff Hovey and his family returned Sunday from ten days of fishing near Harris, Minn., where they also visited relatives: Mrs. George Johnson. Plum Creek, her son, Melvin Shilts, son of Frank Shilts, and John Green, son of Mr. and'Mrs. William Green, left by car early this morning for Des Moines, where the boys will enter a citizens' military training camp month's training, for a .. 1. i i . \ken the Qift of a ULOVA (eans the man. mail are staters, Mary Adams, who makes her home with her uncle and' aunt, Mn and Mrs. W. A. Dutton, got home Saturday, after two weeks at Tulsa, Okla., with relatives. Mrs. W. E. Kain and her sons Bill and Jack spent Sunday at Web^ ster City, attending a reunlpn of [ a thrilling gift for he bride o^ graduate this '"'"y, slenierf baguette. is! Moderaly imait, *ith newest chain link Jiraceletj 15 $0-750 |jevels; only Of '. WEHIER & CO, and Optometrlitt. annnnni Mre. Kaln's relatives. There-were 65 persons in attendance. •• Mr. and Mrs. Ernest dubon and their son Wesley spent Sunday with the H. J. Lacys and made the acquaintance of their new grandson, John Reed Lacy. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Almstedt and their daughter spent last week at Boone with Roy's parents. Mr. .Almstedt is test deskman at the local Northwestern Bell telephone office. Theodora Larson, who has been with her grandfather at Cedar Rop- ids since 'July 5, te expected home this week-end. She te the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mr*. T._ L. Lar- 8 °Clair B Laird and Lucille both of Des Moines, spent the weekend with the formr's mother -Mrs. Ella Laird, Clalr travels lor the Eagle Iron Works out of . Des M MrT Raymond Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Conner, Des Moines, and their daughter Mary Darlene came Saturday to visit Mrs. Conner's sister, Mre. H. A. Patterson, and her mother, Mrs. Eva Garmann, of St. Benedict. Mr. Conner, •who is a lawyer,' returned to Des Moines Sunday. Raymond Herner, 9, Wesley, was run over Monday by a threshing wagon and suffered internal In is employed department. Edwin Hill left Tuesday-for Story City, where, a brother lives. Ed, who has played shortstop for the Algona Grays the past few seasons and is also well known In fishing circles, was a salesman for the Hill Butter Tub arid Supply company, now the Kennedy & Parsons company. His plans for the future are not definite. Lloyd Wellendorf, Gordon Ogg, and D. H. Goeders, among others plan to attend a state bait-fly casting tournament at Terrace park, West Okoboji, August 16-18, under the auspices of Will H. Dllg league, chapters in surrounding towns. Medals In at least ten events will be offered, in addition-to which other prizes are planned, Lola Dreesman, Elsie Specht, and Elwood Norton spent the week-end with their respective families. They are attending summer school at I. S. T. C.,'Cedar Falls. Lola and Elsie will make a trip in Lola's car •to northern Minnesota and Canada as soon as school is out. Elsie and Mrs. C. E. Roupe and Mrs Walker a .daughter of Mr. and Mrs Miner. Mr and Mrs B. E. Britton Cedar Rapids, and theii- son Howard were also Sunday guests of the Arnold Roupes. 'Mrs. Roupe is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Britton, who are former Algonians. The party enjoyed a picnic at Clear Lake Sunday noon. Mr. and Mrs. George Baler, son Robert, and daughter Marlon vfelted last week at the Henry Baler and Mrs. W. H. Harrison homes. Mrs. Baler is a daughter of Mrs; Harrison, who farms north of town, and Air. Baler is a son of the Henry Balers, of East McGregor street. The visitors left Clay Center, Kas., Saturday afternoon, July,,l-8, at 5 o'clock and were at Des Moines next morning, thence coming on to Algona the following Monday. They were to go home Saturday. Mr. Baler, who formerly worked under- Matt Lamuth at the local Swift plant, is now the Swift manager at Clay Center. Guests Sunday of the D. C. Ma- hans were Capt.. and Mrs. T. A. Oberlander and their young daughter, who was horn here five or six years ago. Captain Oberlander was Mr. Maban's predecessor as Goodyear tire salesman in tnls • territory. tary at the Paul Rader Tabernacle. The bridegroom is a former Burt >oy who has been in the employ of he Bell Telephone. company for-the ast eight years. ThWcotJple left for a honeymoon tour to Yellowstone national park and other points, and will make a short visit with relatives at Burt on the return trip. Mr. and Mrs. Clark will be at home at 2837 N. Sawyer ave., after August 10. Has Party on 18th Birthday- Ella Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Johnson, observed hei 13th birthday anniversary last week Wednesday night by entertaining 13 girls at a Japanese lawn party. The lawn had been decorated with lighted Japanese lanterns, and gomes were played till a late hour; after which refreshments were served. Lunch was- served on trays, the guests seated on pill6wa on the '.awn. The girls were Helen Sterl- Isabelle Greenberg, Elaine Os will again teach at SprinBVille, and Lola will teach here. Loren Minkler, now of • Charles juries which may prove fatal. He •was rushed to the Kossuth hospital, whre an exploratory operation was performed to determine the extent of his injuries. Mrs. Guy Taylor, Sioux City, and her daughter Vesta came Saturday to take Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Rice, who hod been visiting here, The Taylors City, goes back today, after a few days here on business. Mr. and Mrs. Minkler moved to Charles City last week, and Mrs. Minkler has charge of a Lundberg ready-to- wear store there. She will go to Chicago Saturday night to buy fall goods. Mr. Minkler will spend next week here with his mother, Mrs. Ida Minkler, Mrs. Raymond Paine, Pasadena, Calif., and her little daughter Sally went to Des Moines Monday to visit the former's' sister, Mrs. Melvin Because he knew Spanlsn he was transferred to South America, where he was stationed at Buenos Aires. Recently he returned and was assigned to the Twin Cities and Duluth. The captain used to be in the regular army and saw service In the Philippines and elsewhere.. He tells most interesting stories of life in Buenos Aires, and says he had as soon live there the rest-of his life The little girl speaks three languages fluently, English, German and Spanish. back to » MU * -£"»•• "£rs or' Johnson. Thence they will return were guests of Mr, and Mrs. C. l. v Pa ., a d e na They snent Chubb. Guy is a brother of the late Nellie Taylor. , l County Engineer H. M. Smith spent Sunday with his parents at Washta, and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Clayton Smith, Kansas City, came here with him Sunday night and then went to Des Moines Monday visit her parents. H, M.'s brother WEEKS EXCURSION Chicago aturday, August 1 $16,19 BOUND TRIP From Algona returned from Mason City, where she had spent a tew days • mother, Mrs, H. B. Oliver Is garage. ."Mr. and Mrs, their her. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Foster, Wes- Ington Springs, S. D., and their aughter Dorothy stopped for dinner with the W, A. Fosters Satur- ay while en route home from Ar- Ing'ton, where they had spent ten miplo'yed at the-- ,-EJbert j. w. Neville amf Bob. B re aSO exp 1 ectei m home i .t < ,aay "rom"™, S D., where they have Visited Mrs. Neville's siste^ /ince Sunday, Friday for a , uncle and aunt, Mr. J. J. unce an a, . Dooley. She teaches a rural school ive vacation la CMc«»o— WOet Baseball Cam**, etc, «Mt.cla»i' r<nm* trip *»• be f 094 •» and her sister William Nugent, the latter of cago, attended a l un « heo es? c ity last Thursday -Oertrude £fd Dorothy . .. accompan- R . e7 £ufEmmett Beard. ««*«««.Gar™ Sunday evening, and Mr preached at a Braner Lutheran s also a engineer. days „,- with relatives. Doctor er is a brother of W. A. Mrs. R. P- Norton and Fos- Mrs. Sooth Craco visit. Edythe Dailey-went to Faribault, rflnn. yesterday to bring home heir sons, who have been attending lx weeks summer school at the Shattuck military academy. They made the trip In the Norton car and vere expected back today. Mrs. H. B. Walters, Wpton, ed from last week Wednesday till Saturday with her sister, Mrs. M. G Norton, and the Nortons took ler to the Okbbojte Saturday, where u he women will spend August at a cottage owned by Mre. Norton's father. W, CK Geiger, of Jipton. Mrs. C. O. Simpson, Mrs a. v. Reed, the- latter's daughter, Mrs. Manson Stewart, Yankton, S, u., and Mr- Stewart, with Mrs. Reed's grandson, Lee Reed, of Yankton, left Monday for Mrs. Simpson's cottage on La*« H 4 " 16 in nortnern Mtanesota. The y> will be gone ten ^ssle and Mabel Roupe Wturne4 to'Mason City «nd M^neapolU, re- this week to Pasadena. They spent last week with /Raymond's , mother^. County Recorder Laura Paine, and had spent several weeks before that with the younger Mrs. Paine's parents at Spirit Lake. Al Rosenmeyer, St. Benedict, entered the Kossuth hospital last Thursday for surgical treatment, William Schutjer, Titonka, had his appendix removed at the hospital last Thursday, and Percy Chase, Corwith, underwent a similar operation last week Wednesday, Pearl Leigh, Irvington, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the hospital the same day. President Granskou, of ' Waldorf college, Forest City, immediate past president of the Forest City Rotary club, was a guest of the local .club Monday noon, and after dinner gave an able address on conditions in China. Mr. Granskou was formerly sta.tlpned in China, as a Lutheran missionary, and he is full of the subject. The Rotarians heard him spe.ctlvely Sunday, with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Roupe. They bad a twg we vacation and spent part P* « In the east Both gu-to are to the employ oTtn« Jefferson Transportation cow pany. Evelyn <*P«*ed »**» wltli rapt attention and applauded vigorously. Mrs. Raymond Anderson came home Friday from Spencer, where ehe had spent a week with her parents, Her brother, Leonard Tzed- ten, accompanied her home, and is spending two weeks here. Mrs. Anderson had previously accompanied Mr. Anderson on a two weeks vacation jaunt to Minneapolis and -Taylor Falls, Wis., stopping «* Spencer en route home, Mr. Anderson returning immediately to Algona. Mrs. George Tiss and Mrs. T- A- Potter, Mason City, went home Tuesday, after a visit since Saturday at I. M. FinnaH's. Mrs. Tis» Is a daughter-in-law of Mrs. Catherine T}ss, who wakes her home- with the. Finnells. Mrs. Potter'* bus- ban.d lost his Ufe last spring, when the potter borne at Mason City was burnea to the ground. He was widely knpwn as "Trume" Potter and it was be who as a Jack, oiganteed the hobo convention held. At ftrltt Roy, third son of Mr, . and Mrs Warren Pickens, Fairmont, has since hte return from Alaska a yea ago been employed in a Counel Qak store, and now he has T>een transferred to Algona. The Plcken family formerly farmed here. Frank Huldemah has been laid up since late lost week with a boll on one of his knees in which blood- poisoning developed. The William' Runcheys and Hazel Powell visited N the latter'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powell, at Mason City Sunday, Arthur Powell was also there. Earl Is slowly recovering from burns suffered some weeks ago when his clothing caught fire after he had been spraying Canada thtetle. Several persona from this locality attended funeral services Sunday at the Laird & McCullough chapel for Mrs. Philip Waltman, Welcome, Minn., mother of.'Mrs. Arthur Col- llnson, former South- Crescoan who now lives'at Graf ton, near Mason City, sister of Mns. Thomas Douglas, Algona, and aunt .of Mrs. Robert Runchey, Hobarton. Mrs. Waltman had been in bad health for several years. Mrs. O. S. Moore entertained the Mothers and Daughters clubi last Thursday, 14 members and three guests attending. The program topic was Threshers' Menu; leader, Mrs. Frank Huldeman. An article, Just Like a Woman, was read by Mrs Oliver Bakken; a ppem.Sanibo's Lament, by Mrs. Huldeman; a violin solo was played by Wayne Moor" •phe club Wni meet again August 6 with Mrs. p. D. Sparky and t h topic will be Hot Weather Menus; Mrs, Moore, leader. New members are the MesOaroes Howard Strayer Hulda, Moe, end George Bourne. mg, trum, Ruth Malueg, Geneva Scar- lach, Janet Hertig, Shirley Ells >vorth, Irma Dee Phillips, Edith Roeder, Kathleen Evans, Esther Taylor, Eva Shackelford, and Gertrude Brown, of Emmetsbursp. KosHuth Master Barbers Meet— A monthly meeting of the Mas ter Barbers association of Kossuth was held at the Bjelland barber shop Monday evening. J. M. Nordahl, Fenton, and Chales Baker, Bancroft, were elected delegates to a national convention at Louisville, Ky., in September. . The meeting was attended by nearly 20 Kossuth barbers. George B. Haldy, Cedar Rapids, salesman for barber supplies, spoke, and following the program the meeting was adjourned to State's Cafe, where supper was ;erved. The next meeting will be held August 30 at the Rusch shop, Whittemore. Breakfast' and Bridge Party- Mrs. Thos. O'Halre and Mrs. For•est Twogood entertained 20 women at breakfast and bridge Saturday at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's. At, 9:30] a three-course breakfast was served the guests seated at small tables centered with bouquets of sweet peas. Other table accessories were in pink. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. J, L. Bonar, and 1 - Harriett Thurston, Virginia, Minn., received a guest, prize. Out of town guests were Miss Thurston and Mrs. Rex Van Alstine, Gilmore City. Aigonlans Harried In West— A note to the Advance under date of July 23 brings news that E. W. Lusby, druggist, and Mrs, Hazel Fuller Dalzlel were marrlea Juty 22; No details were given, but it, is assumed that the evem took place at 'the home of the bride's father, E. P. Fuller. The marriage was not unexpected here. When Mr. and Mrs. Lusby will come home was not stated. Auxiliary Meets at Bancroft— The county Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Baptist church, Ban- roft, next Tuesday at 2:80. Officers or the coming year will be elect- d, and a .large attendance from the ight units in the county is. expect- d. Present officers are; Mrs. F. H. Webster, chairman; Mrs. G. D. Jrundage, vice chairman; Mrs. Loy<| ichenck, Burt, secretary-treasurer. ilgoittt Visitor is Honored- Ann Murtagh entertained in honor f Harriett Thurston, Virginia, linn., Monday night at her home. Bridge was played at three tables, Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs, F. D. Williams winning the high scores. Miss Thureton was given a guest Mrs,.' Oeor$e Bourne has been stcl? a we?lf wita tonsliiya ajx4 summer flu. '' . . Wuda and gpe Burge, qe^ay Bap 15s, havtj jDes^ ependtng two wttn th,eJir ftBUt, Jfirs. FreJ " w$fto& ^. W?-4 LnM- •*,<te^ jrize. After bridge vere served. refreshments f Helen Sterling lit Has Party— o Guesjts entertained Saturday even- ng .at A. A. Sterling's in honor of Helen Sterling's 14th birthday were Ruth Malueg, Betty Gunn, Eva Schackelford, Ella May Johnson, Arlene Granzow, Marian Qorey, Hel- lalne Ostrum, and Geneva Sehar- ,ach. Other Society, The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs, Elhs MeWhor- :er tomorrow afternoon at 3. The lesson subject will be the Loyal Temperance Legiojj and What It Stands For. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet with Mrs. Fred Gelgel next Thursday afternoon; Mrs. Late Tw n er, Mrs, A. W. k$e, Mrs. hostesses. Mary Snjjth., Bring or Send the Kiddies to OUR FOUNTAIN They'll be delighted and you can feel sure they will be served with pure wholesome Home Made Ice Cream or Fountain Specials. . y The best Ice Cream, by the Pint, Quart, or Gallon. Take home some and enjoy a treat at home. The Algonquin FOR BETTER ICE CREAM -RICE- * Book and Gift Shop Just off the new lobby of Call Theatre. SALE NOW ON! 25 per cent discount on entire stock OPEN EVEEY EVENING • * Sale closes Saturday night, August ^-^^^ Now is the time to brighten your home vrith~a picture hanging or bit of pottery. . 1929 Chevrolet jCoupe 1—1,929 Chevrolet truck i Buick Sedan , • . . Ford Coupe •gjfrrW .y -P— —. . . ' • ^tHMH 1—1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box 1—Ifadel T Ford pick-up box 2 track stake platforms, 6x8 and 6x9 feet KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 200 A Better tirp that wUJ »fl* Wow QHt \m4tr Ow price coajpaj^i we» wWfe Qlbe i i * •* - mi ^fXf ^w ^^fe^P^pi%^.^^^^^M ?H i<$

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