Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1931 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1931
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^F/r^s.1 v sasakim.. KOSStlfH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA* IOWA ' ^ 'V -f x V^f| i i PAGffi 8BVBM of the i ChrlBtenaen fb taking a wb w66ks <j t. Vohs and 1 -attended A home- a t Renwlek last L Louis Bike, Arnolds KrSl ^ r Helen spent the with relatives and came home Sun- weeks spent with smaller, Storm itf A. White and son "Sunday at Fort Bodge, m ct relatives' from of at the Edward .Tuesday. They are Genrich. l«,« Edward Genrich m - Sunday visiting at the C. F. -aJt/lilvermore. and daughter came Sunday to the Mrs. W.J, women are slsters-ln- . Genrloh returned Sun- inding last week vteit- ft birthday party Saturday in honor of Mrs. Ingersoll's father, Henry C. : Klamp, who Is now 80 years 'Old. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klamp, Mrs. W. Spurbeck, Mrs. Henry C, Klamp nnd Anna Ingersoll. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith ar e ex» peeled home tonight from a trip In- td Minnesota. , They left homo Monday. During their absence from the sandwich shop next door south of the Mid-Continent oil station, Norma Mansmlth and Esther Lnvronz arc In charge. Martha Dewel, of Muskogee, Okla., expects to Ko home some ti«i c this week-end, after spending the summer with her grandmother, Mrs. I. Q. Dewel, who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Burton Thorpe. Martha will be a senior In high .school this. fall. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wehlor with Marie and Raymond, and Mr. and Mr,s, A. W, Farwell, drove to Pocahontas Sunday to spend the day vylth Mr. Wehler's mother, who Is more than 80 years old. The Herman Wehler family, of Fairmont, were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fraser and Eleanor Fraser, who have been visit- Ing at the Dr. Walter Fraser home, went to Clear Lake last Friday and jjghters, ; Hauek, Mrs. F. L. and south of I-lver- «rs Uoyd Bennett and I" Oelwein, are visiting at lOitrum home this week. Vis a sister of Mrs. Os- ahon will go to Qalva Iwhere she will teach , and Latin in the high ;te her second year at J. F. Overmyer at- nner party at Humboldt The hostess was a local high school spent Rlsts the day at their with the Dr. A. Ly cottnge. They plan Kermlt Setchell and two children, returned Tuesday from the Okobojls where they had spent ten days. Mr. Mathes drove up from Fort Dodge Tuesday night and took his family home with him that night. Mrs. French will go to Sioux City tomorrow for a week-end visit with a sister. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wlnslow and baby son Billy returned to their home at Annapolis Friday after spending the summer with their parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Wm. Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wlnslow Harry Is assistant professor of mathematics at the naval academy En route home they stopped at Mason City for a week-end visit with Mrs. Winslow's brother, Dr. Hale Shirley. Mr. and Mrs. Qeo. L. Free return cd Sunday from Iowa City, where they had gone on Saturday to lool for an apartment and to vlsl friends. The Frees will go to Iowa City some time next month am George will resume his pharmacy course. This Is his last year. Th Frees have been making their home with Mrs. Free's mother, County Recorder Laura Paine, since schoo closed last spring. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows, o Dallas Center, who have spent month with the latter's parents, Mi- ttd Mrs. C. C. Wright, went to Dav- nport Tuesday for a few 1 days with >lrs. Burrows' brother and wife, Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Wright. Robert is registered pharmacist employed in drug store at Davenport. Prom Davenport Rev. and Mrs. Burrows vill go to their home. Rev. Burows is a Presbyterian minister. Mrs. Mary Lane, of San Jose, lalif., came last Thursday for a visit vlth relatives. She Is a sister of Mrs. Charles Ro'upe, Ella and Jane Walker and Albert, Archie,. Leslie, William, nnd James Walker, who 'arm near here. She had been vlsit- ng dnghters at Norfolk, Neb., and accompanied her brother Jim Walker and his wife and Mrs. Roy Bjus- tron to Whlttemore. The .Whltte- more party visited a brother of Jim's at Norfolk. A card was received b'y the Ad vance last week from August Huen hold, who when It was written Au gust 11 was traveling in Italy. Th card was addressed from the Cata combs of the Vatican in Rome am Mr. Huenhold writes that It wa very hot there. The card reads "My best wishes and greetings from the old city, Rome, Italy. . At pres ent it is vey hot here. Say hello t everyone. I'm o. K. From th Catacombs." • Kate Skinner spent Monday Fort Dodge attending a meeting of officers of the North Central he Association of the Iowa State Teach- rs' Association. At this meeting ilans were made for the next assb- latlon meeting, which will be held tfarch 18, 19, and '20 at Fort Dodge. <ate was elected to the executive ioard last spring at Mason City, and s the only, woman who has served n the board. She Is superintendent of schools at Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. I-TIlllard, Aurora, 111., came Sunday to visit at the lome of Mrs. Hllllard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mr. Hilliard s employed at the state loan office n Aurora. Monday the Milliards and Mrs. Bishop visited in Des Moines. Yesterday the Hllllards and Esther Bishop went to Minneapolis, where they will spend a few days. Ruth and Harry Bishop, who have been attending the state university summer school got home Friday for a visit of a few weeks before return- Ing to Iowa City to resume work. The A. K. Cliffs expect to spend today at Ames where they will look for a house. They expect to go to Ames to make their home early In September. Mr. Cliff will travel out of Ames for the Harper & Mcln tyre hardware company of Cedar Rapids. The family has made Al- gona their home the past 20 years. William their eldest son expects to register nt the state college tomorrow. He attended the University of Chicago last year. Bob will be a senior In high school and the only daughter Mary Louise will be In the eighth grade. Miss Shirley Hill, of Fort Dodge, visited this week with Dorothy Manga.n. She came to Algona Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hill, to see her grandmother, Mrs. O. Lorenz, who is In the hospital recovering from an operation. The Hills returned to Algona Sunday to take Shirley and Dorothy home with them. Shirley will be home until September 16 when she will resume her nurses training course at St. Luke's hospital in Chicago, where she has one more year. She arrived In Fort Dodge last Monday from Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scharlach arrived from New York city Sunday afternoon for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach for a short time. He is working for a construction company tout has been transferred to Pittsburgh and took occasion to come home. This Is Mrs. Scharlach's first visit to Algona. His sister Edna came from Sioux City Saturday, where she has been working. Another sister Stella, who has taught for three years at Sioux City, came from Cedar Falls last Friday, where she has been taking summer school work. She will be here till the Sioux City schools open. Another sister, Mrs. May and her husband, Des Moines, were at the Scharlach home over Sunday. Frank and Wilfred Cross, who have been In Algona since their car accident at the Sexton crossing last week Monday morning, plan to leave the last of next week for their home In Leomlnster, Mass. Frank has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital since the accident. His elbow was crushed so badly that It could not be put Into a cast for several days, but the doctors thought they could put it on Wednesday. It is believed that the injury will cause the boy to have a permanently stiff arm. Frank and Wilfred are brothers. Elton Rlcker, who was with the boys at the time of the accident, was unhurt, nnd returned to Massachusetts Monday. The three had been in Yellowstone Park for a time and were on their way home when the accident occurred. Mr. and Mrs. John Madden and a grandson stopped in Algona Tuesday at the W. F. Jenkinson home for a short time. They now live at Spokane, Wash., but Mr. Madden and Mr. Jenkinson were old frlendA,'"MT- Ing. worked on the Northwestern railroad together in 1881. They fcrok* prairie together and camped out near Bancroft in 1882. He formerly lived at Lone Rock but sold out 80 years ago and moved to Marshall) Minn., and from there they moved to Spokane about 15 years ago. They were on their way to Chicago, wher« the grandson is studying for missionary work. From Algona th* Maddens went to Good Hope, where they visited Mr. Madden's slster ( Mrs. Trepto, leaving' Wednesday for Haifa to visit a brother, and thence to Marshall, Minn., where he has two more brothers. Another Recording Sensation for the COLISEUM, AT TITONKA FRIDAY NIGHT this week. Zackie Moore's 9- man Powder River Orchestra, direct from Club Toklo, Havana, Cuba. Your only, opportunity to dance to;thiS wonderful orchestra in this part of the country. 'B. W. Shepard, Manager. iMrs. Jos. Greenberg and hrry and Isabel returned , a week's vacation trip near Duluth and the Brandt, and Mr. and I 1 Plath, of iPostvtlle, a t C. L.' Ingersoll's . Brandt is a cousin of [soil. ' > |Burns, of Osceola, start- inheritance tax records "lerk Clark Orton's office f He expected to- complete isterday. Jliidy and Vesta Small f school teachers, and Mrs , also Sioux City, spent 1 'with the latter's cous If 111 F. Walker. McMalion, her daugh- fand Marlon, and Caroline nt Tuesday at Mason \Vernert visited with 1 Branson while there. Lefferts and the Lynn bped on the Leffert lot on ach at Clear Lake from till Sunday. Mr. and | Button joined them Sun[Caughlin is substituting rHaxton at the -Paine & prug store. Mr. Haxton nlly are at Vandalia, O. llerked at" the store last ptell and Tony. Zlttsworth Moines Monday,. ,to be Ifor the Abramson con- lompany. They have been pr a construction! company ion, Mrs. Harry Moore, San , and their son Stan- home Friday after Iseveral weeks with rela- , Moore is a daughter of, to leave for their home in Philadelphia next week. Miss Minnie J. Coate returned Saturday from Hudson, Mich.;, where she spent the summer visit- Ing a sister. She has been principal of the local high school for many years, and will resume her duties in the new high school building when It opens next month. Rachel Moore arrived .''Mondajr evening from Helena, Mont.; for a visit with her mother, Mrs.,:Thomof Akre for two weeks. She has beer working on a ranch In Montana for her health for several years! She drove to Algona from Montana, leaving there last Thursday. / Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hodges returned from a two weeks vacation, the first week., of which was spent camping at Lake Okobojl, and the second visiting relatives at Ames, Fort Dodge, Humboldt and Rutland. Russell is chief clerk at the local Swift & Co. produce plant. Garodess Phillips, credit manager for the Globe Machinery and Supply company, of Des Moines, was in Algona on business Tuesday and visited with relatives, the W. J. Paynes. Mr. Phillips has been with the Globe Machinery and Supply company the last seven years. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young, of Rockwell City, Mr. nnd Mrs. H B. White, the Elmer Jaspersons and A. M. Jas person, of Gleridale, Calif., who spent last week With his children here, spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hofer. Fred Shilts came Sunday 'from Theo Hutchison and lot Iowa City ..are'expected fa visit with Theodore's |r. and Mrs. C. B. Mur- dore Is attending the •slty. '..: "-!.••-. ••.- ; [son of FranK Shilts,- and mill- Perry to spend the day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence • Shilts Fred Is working for a Montgomeivy- Ward store at Perry. He missed' t train at Lu Verne Sunday night and so he drove the Shilts car to Perry He brought the car back Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christensen are now at Oelwein, where Roy is clos ing out a dry goods store. They expect to be there a few months He was at Fairfield before going t Oelwein where he closed out th stock of a similar store. Mrs. Christensen will be remembered as Zita Quinn. Tonsil operations at the Kossuth hospital during the past week were on Betty Arndorfer Monday, and Loraine Arndorfer, a cousin of Betty, Tuesday. They are both 1 "'from St; Benedict.' Last Thursday Alice and Lois Sparks, daughters of. .D,,,D. Sparks, Algona, had their tonsllS.T*? moved. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Twogood left in their car early yesterday morning for Los Angeles, Calif., where Mr. Twogood Is athletic coach in "one of the high schools. This is Mr. Two- Itending the citizens (ling camp at -Fort, Des month,. spent. Saturday I Sunday morning here on (absence,' ^ Vlnkle expects to go to i Monday for a few days. his physician about his is still in a sling. Mr. •oke his arm In an.,auto- last fall. ' £ht and family,"Iowa Falls, • W. J. Paynes Tuesday .ome from West Bend. Mr. jone of the 13 county man- fthe Register & Tribune Mr. Payne's district, Dillon, Newton, came a visit with the W, 3. Mr. McCuHough is Iiicw undertaker associat- •K. Laird. The McCul- |ve , h« re from Newton lA. Sewarfl.,' ! 6f Chicago will {sometime this week-end > weeks vifllt here with phe will be remembered as nmond, granddaughter > Mrs. J. L. Cranwjond. [Mrs. M. P, Baker, of Slg- ne Monday for a vtolt land Mrs. H, E. ^Scirstedt [friends In the county. Mr, formerly reeelvor of ancroft and Swea City. H Mrs. Al Bloom and chil- tied Tuesday from St. fcnesota.,. where they had good's third year there. They have spent most o£ the summer with Mrs. Twogood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. •.,-. 4 Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long ar|d son Jack returned last Thursday from New Hampton, where they visited a few days with Mrs. .Longs mother, Mrs. J. T. Jackson^. -Cues- dav the three went to the OkoboJIs for a few days. Mr. Long Is taking his vacation-by taking a few 'days the middle of each week. Lucille Malueg will go to Ayrshire Saturday, where she will teach English and public school music. Lucille took -a three-year public "school- music course at -Mornlngside college; Sioux City. .This Is her flrs^ year teaching. Her parents, Mr:%nd Mrs. L. J .Malueg, and sister Ruth •will take Lucille to Ayrshire In the Grand Junction, and two daughters Marybelle and Mildred ' spent last Thursday here on business and calling on. friends. on The Reimers lately moved to Grand Junction where Mr. Relmer bou*t ' furniture and undertaking 'Sunday visiting arents, Mr. and hurt- . W8S. Mr. Relmer was associated in the undertaking business here with W. E. Laird. who . . Mr and Mrs. Harold Miller, have' been spending the _summer the latter's parents. Dr. and P. V. Janse, expect to go to with Mrs Mrs. Mrs. a m, and other relatives, ompsgn, of Sumner, came lor a visit till Saturday ymond Nortons. She .was Sioux City, where she f Miss Thompson is known ins as she taught 9-t Cenr |»e time. nflectomys were perform- L Kossuth hospital Sunday. pe on Martha, Krelps, [of M. J. Krelpa, Algona, Farrenhole, Tltonka. line underwent a surgical [Monday. l Mrs. j. p. Oyermyer wlH " daughter June Adele, to ' Saturday, where she will "Uo Oskalooea, where she at Oklahoma City early . hletlc =rorrfhf|= sy^TM > -5 fc «.T=s ^Mr^Mr, Sumner Quarton W children Gardner and ents, Mr- anc The Sumner from Quartons recently re- trip abroad, El»f June ^^ | «st year. Mrs. Quarton's parents ftlrs. Gardner Cowlea. Providence, R- !•• CAm ° *°i K Via" Vlth Mr. and Mrs. i__.t jars. Shoemaker Is of ;rday Mrs. • to compete o, next Bancroft f<4r, came here from they vjsited Mrs. They Audubon, where Shoemaker's par- '.a**' *« Win. C. Steele - - announces Qpening of the pall R eason . ' • , You will find iu our New Fall Stock of Clothing— their styles stand out, their fabrics stand up. An extraordinary gathering of the newest Browns, Blues, and Oxford Grays, in the new single breasted styles. Never has this store been^ so well prepared to serve you, with the largest and most varied selection of Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shoes, and Furnishings. It's been almost twenty years since we've had such Values, such low Prices, as these in Good Clothes. HEBE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY! THE NEW LOW PRICES ARE HERE! SUITS MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S $ 19.50 A Super Value Handsome new models, the new two- button College cut. Colors: Browns, Blues and Grays in the newest shades and patterns. Well tailored and trimmed, and are built to give lots of service and satisfaction. - HIGH SCHOOL SUITS AN ADDED ATTRACTION AT SUITS MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S New Standards of Value Suits for young men and men who like to stay young. Pull of snap and style. In the new models, made in the newest colors and patterns. You've wanted a new suit for a long time. Get it now! In the new College cut styles for young men and High School fellows. Suit prices you can meet, values you can't beat. C! ¥ T1 Td SUITS MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S Newest models, conservative styles; in fine worsted fabrics. All of them alike in the respect that they are full of style, made of wonderful materials in the newest colorings. Unquestionably the buying opportunity of 1931. All are cello-silk lined and full hand tailored. Value for value, price for price, you'll do better here. Overcoats MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S Vvi New Fall Hats STYLES AHEAD OP THE CROWD Fall Hats The price comes »B easy on your purse as will U»e h»ts on your head. Here's a 4e- gree of value mttei aUea* of Here they are for men and younsr men, In the new styles and colon. 811k lined with heavy leather iweats, yours for real values at $5.00 $2,85 VV S|B iPWH^» TJN^9 ^^^^^Rr AMONAW WVT aOTHIS STQRH STYLE AND A PRICE TO TEMPT YOU Our principal purpose is to constantly strive to do morefor you in the way of greatly lowered prices. New and distinctive Overcoats. Their style stands out. Their fabrics stand up. Every new idea that young men like is here; also conservative styles for older men. .\1

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