Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1931
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA PAQfl M.I f "~ —' These two watches are going to school! Yea, indeed On the wrists of many well-dressed students, you will see them. The Gfuen Wesleyan for young men. The Gruen Holyoke for fair co-eds. At only $37.50 they are typical of the greater beauty, the greater accuracy, the greater VALUE found 'in all Gruen Guild Watches. A. H. Borchardt Jeweler , FEHTOH PEOPLE ENJOY PICNICS AT STATE PARK Fenton, Sept. 1—A large number of relatives attended a gathering of Wclsbrods nt the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. In attendance were the Elmer \V«isbrod family Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Welsbrod, Mr. and Mrs. John tilghl and daughter Viola, Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt and daughters Verna and Luella, Mr. and Mrs. Molvln Mansager and son Kugene, all of Ponton, anil Mr. and Mrs. C. Li. Welsbrod and son Melvln, of Rlngsted. Fontoii Defeats Rodman 4-2— Fenton was able to conquer the yard, spent Sunday with the former's mother, Mrs. Henry Warner. Senior. Mrs, Grace Gibbons and children, Florlce and Rodger, and Mrs. Fred K.luss visited with friends at Mallard Friday. Blvlra Krause went to Garner Saturday morning to teach English and Music for the second year, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Laurltzen, of Whlttemore, were guests at the Dr. ,T. T. Wattes Sunday evening. Dewayno Gohr, of Charles City, Is visiting at the home of his aunt, Mrs. F. H.'.Bohn, this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Cullen, of Cylinder, spent last Thursday at Dr I. T. Walte's. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Reefe, of Fort Dodge, were Sunday visitors at E C. Welsbrod's. Marjorlo Volght, south of town spent last week with her friend Edith Wolfe. The Jesse O'Keefe family, of Led strong Rodman tnam at Rodman L r* •• n i • I Visit Radio HEADQUARTERS IWhen at the Fair visit Radio Headquarters, see the inew RCA Victor Radios, including a new battery op- lerated Super-Heterodyne. A battery gives 1200 hours fuse without replacement. We Specialize In Radio Repairing. Holecek Radio Shop PHONE 371 210 E. STATE ST. yard, Kpent Sunday at Marcus Und- SENECA FOLKS ATTEND LUTHER LEAGUE MEET Seneca, Sept. 1—The Jjitthor League convention of the Forest Clty-BsthervlllR circuit was held at Cylinder from Sunday to Tuesday, Kenneth Thompson and Orva Hal vorson were delegates from the lo cal league. Sunday services were held at the Peter Ran'da Grove. In the forenoon the Rev. C. M. Grand-1 skou, president of Waldorf college | at Forest City, was the main speaker, and In the afternoon the Rev. Peter Nordst^tten, of WnlllnRford, and the luciil pnslor, the Rev. A. K. Gaard, or Cylinder, were speak a few days last Week visiting at Waterloo.. Mrs. Mlllen Jensen spnt Saturday afternoon at her parental home, near Swea City and brought her sister Thelma home with her for a weekend visit. Jensen brothers have been driving a new Chevrolet coach since Sat'urday, purchased at the Martin Jensen garage in Rlngsted. District No. 9 school started Monday with Alice Uhr, of Swea City, teaching. She taught the same school last year. Pilo filling will be nearly com pitted In the community this week. Covn seems to be drying up verj fast lately, The local Aid will meet In the church basement next week Thursday. Mrs. Jens Halvorson will entertain. The Ralph Campbell family spent the week-end with Mrs. Campbell's sister, the Elmer Dyes, at Mason City. Mrs. Anna Osborn and son Karl wore entertained at dinner Sunday at the H. B. Mason home In Algona. The Earl Wears, of Marshall, Minn., spent Sunday with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wear. , Mrs. Glen Cage drove to Algonk Saturday and,met Miss HaJlet, hlgw school teacher here. ' The Willing Workers will mttk. with Mrs. Fred Brown this. Sail*day. Monday was registration day «t the Seneca school. plllilllHIIIIIIIIHIIM Sunday', 4-2. This was the thlrc time the locals have faced Bell, and have won two games from him Henrickson, midget moundsman for fenton, was never In trouble ant vorked perfectly at all times. He vas supported by errorless fieldinj md timely hitting. Fenton scorec three runs in the third when G Boettcher hit a home run, followed )y Eigler's triple and two singles by Henricitson and F. Kucker, and one run in the sixth. Rodman scored | one each in the second and third. Former Fenton Woman in Visit— Mrs. Marie Henson, of Everett, Wash., spent Friday night at F. H. Eigler's. Mrs. Henson will be remembered here as Marie Hanschen, whose father was one of the pioneer merchants of Fenton, and her first husband, Glen Garldson, was the first cashier of the former Farmers' Saving bank. Mrs. Henson had been visiting her pousln, 'W. T. Fish, at Whlttemore, and took the sey's. PIONEER GOOD HOPE CHURCH MEMBER HERE train Saturday morning home. Good Hope, Sept. 1—Mr, and Mrs Tohn Madden, Spokane, Wash., were guests Tuesday to Thursday of last week at the home of the former's sister, Mrs. Wm. Treptow. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Treptow they left Thursday morning for Marshall, Minn., where the party will visit relatives and old acquaintances for a week or ten days. The Maddens will then continue west to Denver, and San Diego Calif., visiting points in New Mexico and Arizona en route. These wil ers. In the evening the Uev. Mr. Mansager, fo Graettinger, spoke. Fine musical numbers were enjoyed. Those attending from this vicinity were the Ole Johannasons, of Bancroft, Mrs. Jennie Jenson and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen and the lattcr's sister, Thelma Appelt, Mr. and iMrs. George Jensen and children, of Rlngsted, Henry, Minda and Mildred Wllbcrf?, Martin Thompson and children, and the Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande and girls. lossmuiiH Hetiirn from Eiinl— Supt and ,Mrs. Rossman and son Refine, of Seneca, returned Friday rom their' {rip In the east, where klr. Rossman attended summei school. Mrs. Rossman has relatives n New York, where the Rossmans i SEPTEMBER H Reminds us of Housecleaning again. We have a complete stock 1 of Furniture, Rugs, and Linoleums •— at the new low prices. "en route i nc i u a e the Grand Canyon and Imperial Valley. After a stay of sev WHEN YOU COME TO THE COUNTY FAIR EAT • . / Taylor-Made ICE CREAM IT IS PURE—YOU'LL LIKE IT Sold by first-class dealers everywhere. Teacher Returns to Oregon— Luella Kohlstedt left Sunday evening by way of Eagle Grove to take up her school duties at Tillamook, Ore., where she has taught homo economics three years. She will visit en route at the B. D. Weisbrod home at Nampa, Ida., and with her grandmother, Mrs. Ursula Weisbrod, and aunt, Lydla Welsbrod, at Baker, Ore. Broadcasting Stations Visited— Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Welsbrod and sons Dale and Lyle, and the former's sister, Rosie Welsbrod, visited the broadcasting stations at Shenandoah last week, and with friends at Des Moines and Waterloo. They also |j Bed Outfit Complete. S Iron Bed, walnut brown finish, spring 5S and cotton mattress 1 $13.75 eral weeks in California they wll head homeward up the Pacific Coas highway, a wonderful hard surfaced road the entire distance. The Maddens are enthusiast! travelers, planning to take a moto trip each year. They have been 1 every state in the Union but three and their present trip will take them nto two of these. They have some nteresting things to tell of places nd experiences they have encoun- ered. In one section In Tennessee into vhich they had been misdirected hey were the first strangers the natives had seen in a year. Residents didn't know wh'at a mortgage was as all debts were contracted on a spent most of their time. They re ported crops and weather conditions good in New York, but en route home via Brockville, Hamilton and London, Canada, and in southeastern Michigan they found crops and pastures burned. The Rossman made the trip home in a week and stopped in Chicago for a visit. Senncanrt In lake Cyclone— The Jens Halvorson family and Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen, of Sen eca, witnessed the terrific windstorm that swept over Clear Lake last Thursday when they were attend Ing a family reunion held They were fortunate to. be shelter in a building that withstood the wind, but many cottages were ruined. Rugs 9x12 Axminster Rug ___ ___$27.75 9x12 Velvet Rug $35.00 9x12 Wilton Velvet Rug $57.50 9x12 Felt Base Rugs ___$5.95 to $9.75 The New Fall Linoleum Patterns Are Beautiful. : • . ' _J Bedroom Suites. = Bed, Vanity, and Chest of Drawers $33.50 and up We have outstanding numbers in JUNIOR AND BRIDGE LAMPS OCCASIONAL CHAIRS OCCASIONAL AND END TABLES Fair Visitors Make bur store your store during the fair. Specials for this week and during fair week. CinilD 49 pound sack rLUUR guaranteed Pineapple 4 Qf» No. 21-2can_- IOU Cake Flour, 9s%|» large pkg. C9V Crackers, , 2 Ib. caddie _,._ Bran Flakes___-_ Salmon, pink, 4 ffcft tall cans —-!~ • V*» Malt, Blue Ribbon — Sardines, C(t can V* Kirk's Hard Water Soap 3 bars for Sugar lOIb. With 92 Order 49c P.-G. Soap, 10 bars „_„, Rinso, large pkg. „.,.- Chipso, large package. „„_,. Oxydol, large pkg, _„_ 29c 19c 19c 19c Oatmeal, large pkg. Vinegar, brown or white Apricots, 2 Ibs. — Ginger Snaps, 15c 25c visited at the Kev. Mr. Kroner homo at ' Dunkerton. They were gone from Thursday till Sunday evening Slumber Party Is Given- Margaret Stephenson entertalne< five friends last week Monday nigh ut a slumber party in her home. In the morning the girls hiked out t "Mike's Grove", where they enjoye a picnic breakfast. Guests wer Hazel AVeisbrod, Lola Warner, Avdi Voight, Virginia Frank, all of Fen ton, and Mildred Wright of Algona. New York Visitors Here— Mrs. Clarence Anderson, of Dubuque, and Mrs. Will Daily, of Rochester, N! Y., <came last week for a visit at the H. H. Widdel home. Mrs. Dally returned Friday and Mrs. Anderson remained for a longer visit with her sister, Mrs. Widdel, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wilberg. School Faculty Is Announced— School operi'ed this week Monday. The faculty consists of: superintendent, M. B. Otterman; principal, E. D. White; home economics, Mabel Brandt; English, and music, Martha Gilbert; room 4, Margie Kleinheksel; room 3, Lily Rasmussen; room I 2, 'Nettie Weisbrod; and room 1 Mathilda Kressln. Picnic Supper Given at River— A picnic supper was given at the river north of town Friday evening in honor of Irene Newel and Fran ces Bailey, who will resume teach ing. The former .left Saturday morn Ing to begin her second year at Bel mond, and the latter will leave Sat urday for Britt. Bridge Club Husbands Entertained Members of the Saturday afternoon bridge club entertained their husbands at a picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state park Thurs I day. After supper bridge was play ed. There were 15 couples present. HeiMlricksons Parents of Boy- Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Hendrickson , northwest of town, a're parents of an 8%-lb. boy, born last week Mon day. This is the first child for the Hendrlcksons and has been named I Dennis Jr. Other Fenton News. Mrs. Carrie Volght and children the Charles Steinback family, o Fenton, and the Richard Voigh family, of Welcome, Minn., were Sunday guests at the parental Henry Boevers home. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn and there, under man's moral standing and verba promise to pay. Land was not sold outside the family but was passed an- down from one generation to other. The Maddens are former members of Good Hope church, Mr. Madden being a member of the building committee and helping haul material for the construction of the church. They expected to be present at the "homecoming" service on the 23rd, but were unable to do so much to our regret. Former Good Hope Couple Here- 1'edernoiiH Attend Wedding;— Mr. and Mrs. Manno Pederson ant! son, of Minneapolis, attended the wedding of Manno's sister, Eleanor Poderson, of Rlngsted, Sunday Manno went back to Minneapolis Sunday evening, but Mrs. Peder son will visit parents and relatives here till Labor day when Manno will come for her. Visit South Dakota Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jensen anc son, P. H. Jensen, of. Fenton, let for Garrison, S. D., Saturday t visit for a few days with the daiigl ter, Mrs. Rudolph Hokenstad. Mr Peter Jensen and children, of Fen ton, are taking care of their horn during their absence, | Former Schoolmate In A'lslt— Mrs. Mlllen Jensen ,and sister Thelma visited at the Uhr home Henry J. Smith, Cuba, N. Y., and Robert Donovan, Algona, were welcome callers at Good Hope parsonage last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and daughters Winifred and Eunice, are guests at the Ed. Donovan home. Winifred is county nurse in New York state, and her M) . anfl Mrs utto yviiDers mm isister Eunice is a teacher in a sub- ohlldren) and Mr. and Mrs. Linus urban school of Troy. Mrs. Smith I . „ *. *—„ i<,=t aoMir. vas Elizabeth Reuman, the adopted last week -Wednesday. Mrs. Jen sen and Alice Uhr were schoolmates throughtout their 12 years of school in Swea City. Alice taught at Dis trict No. 9 in Seneca last year. WilburgH and Jensens at Ames — Otto Wilberg and ) Jen?en dr o Ve to Ames last Satur- f Qr a vlslt w j th the Alfred and . Peanut Butter, 21b.jar Coff ee 3lb». 49c Pineapple, No. 10 can _„. Apricots, No. 10 can ,.. 73e ble, Jar Caps, Mason, dozen _. Bacon, pound. 156 ^•SS?^^^ ' ' . ^^h ^B ^B ^^^ Peachw, ba»ket $1.19 18 MBGAW »« daughter Mary Ann attended a re union of the Goeders family at the Ambrose A. Call state park at Algona Sunday. There were 75 present. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Laage and daughter, Tony Laage and two sons, of Brooten, Minn., were over-Sunday visitors at the C. F. C. Laage and J. A. Schwartz homes. Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter Gladys, and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber attended an Aid meeting at the Oliver Stoeber home at Armstrong Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter Gladys attended a reunion of the Stoeber cousins at the Amr toose A. Call state park Saturday. Glen and Alice Kluss and Phyllis Gibbons, of Gait, came Saturday evening and visited till Sunday afternoon at the Fred Kluss home. Mr. and Mrs. Cart Ebert and 'Mrs. Henry Ebert, of Whlttemore. and the Frank Bailey family were Sunday guests at Chris Ruske'a. . Mrs. F. H. Elgler and son Paul and daughter Mary Jane visited the C B Bropkers at Ankeny from last Tuesday till Thursday, sd Goetsch and Marjorie Bailey left Friday for Pea Molnea, where they will attend the Capital City Commercial co»ege. Beulah Larson, of Burt, came vas , Qr daughter of the Ed Donovans, and Eness {am ii y . Mrs. Wilberg she and Mr. Smith were married in Mrs Jenaen al . e sisters of Mrs. Good Hope church on the day of its Eness _ dedication, December 5, 1897. Fol- lowing their marriage they lived for Other Seneca a time on the farm now occupied by Mildred Goetsch, of Seneca, and the P. A. McArthur family. They Mar j or ie Bailey, of Penton, left Fri- later purchased the farm on which day {or jjgg Moines to attend the the C. C. Madson family lives. They Cap ital City Commercial college had planned to be present for Good They p]an to take up a business Hope homecoming but were unable course _ to leave home in time. Their pres- Ml . frnd M rs. Roy Osborn and chll- ence would have added much to in- dren Harold, Lloyd, and Dorothy, terest of our service, and Mrs. Osborn's brothers, Earl and Merle Cooper, spent Sunday Sunday School Works for Prize— wlth Datives in Fort Dodge. District Supt. W. H. Lease has of- Mrs Augua t Nelson and sister ered to contribute $5 toward the Mrs _ Millen Jensen, spent las! World Service Fund of Good Hope Tnursday a t their parental home Sunday school on the first Sunday. near Swea . City, helping their 1 sis our attendance is more than 100. t er Thelma do some canning. It was agreed last Sunday to set clarence Osborn and Maxlne 3unday, September 13 as a day on -weisbrpd drove to Nashua Satur- which a special effort would be made day and brought Clarence's Sister to reach that goal. Let everybody p au line home. She had been visit- boost. If you have guests in your lng a college chum. home on that day bring them along. Mr- and Mrs. J, H. Jensen and son If you are guests In some out-of- T ed dy were entertained at dinner town community on that day go to Sunday a t the E. ; L. Erdahl home In Sunday school and turn In your Blue Ba rth. Mrs, Erdahl and Mrs. report to your home secretary on Jensen are sisters. your return. It should be no great M r. and Mrs. Otto Kelly and boys trouble accomplish this project It Emerson and Johnnie, of Swea City, everyone will be loyal. Two Sundays and Mrs. Jennie Jensen were supper ago without, any special effort for a guests at the home of Mrs. Anna record attendance there were J>7 Osborn, Sunday. . present. Let's go! I Nels Chrlstenson, Seneca's ga- AVIilttemore Babe U Baptized— Last Sunday afternoon at the Good Hope parsonage the Rev. Mr. Wood administered the sacrament of baptism to Maxine Mae Relmers, six-m.onths-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reimers, Whittemore. The' party was accompanied by Mr, and Mrs. Jake Smith, the latter a sister of Mrs. Reiniers. ' Other GOOD HOP£ NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Rlehm, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lawhorn, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blackstone, of Garner, attended church at Good Hope and were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. | One Minute Electric Washer $59-50 | Foster's Furniture Co., Algona liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin At the Very Height of their Vogue The New Fashions Low-Priced! DRESSES Fashioned up to the minute $9.90 One-piece Frocks Two piece Jacket Frocks Velvets, crepes, prints and travel tweeds are the > leading fabrics—And what a delightful fashion it" will be to wear when you.can buy such lovely ,• dresses as these flattering high-at the-throat, cowl necklines—Lace applique — lace vestees, Jabots. The lovely materials are those that are usually'I only identified with much higher priced garments. (I Misses' sizes 14 to 20, Women's sizes 38 to 44. New Faille Surface Crepes! New Rich Glimmering Satins! New Travel Tweed Crepes—Too! rage man, Is back at work again after his summer's vacation. He spent WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? K the Al ,'ona print shops got all the buslneia which originates in Algona they •ould hire three or four more print era to earn and spend their money here. 45t Allen Wood last brought along a , for two weeks with Mrs. John Gerhard, at the H.' B. Reimers home. 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoeber, of Charles City, were oer : Sun^ay Sunday. They ul uu B ..v «-.-= - chicken dinner which was eaten with relish at the parsonage. Three cousins of P. A. McArthur, Joseph BJirt, of Washington state, and.Peter and Andrew Burt, Armstrong, spent the day at the MCT Arthur home last Wednesday. Mrs. J. A- Winkel and daughter MatUe, Bancroft; l|r, and Mrs. John Winkel and little grandson, ot Hettinger, N. D., were visitors at the P. A. MoArthur home Friday. . Ray Donovan, Swta Ana, Calif., who was here for a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Donor van, Algona, left for home last week Tuesday- Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Morris left Friday for Northport, Long Island, N. Y., where Mr. Morris w»W wunae his duties of the new school year. It Is renorted that Chris Long has bought a fine-180 awe term near Albert Lea, Minn. He will be unable to get possession, tor twp year* M. A. KNOX will sell at Auction Saturday, September 5 at his residence, 309 N. Hall, beginning at 12:30 p. m. the Are the very first showing for Fall $5.75 These new dresses are tne answer to what youj should wear between now and the.cooler fall days,—and priced as Graham's always price them—the i lowest possible! Note the smart color contracts which are discreetly used! Note the more simply tailored lines! Note the soft blending colorings! Misses' sizes 14 to 20 Women's sizes 36 to 44 You Can Save More Money and Have Better Hosiery if You Buy GR ACRES! SILK STOCKINGS following: Gasoline stove, cabinet, cupboard, range, walnut table, oak dimng table, chairs, china cupboard, Edison phonograph, oafc bookcase, stand, rocker, fern, Crosley radio, oak bedstead, dresser, chiffonier, antique dresser, commode, rug, Con^ goleum rugs» electric washer, and articles not mentioned. Terms, cash. After Mr. Kuox's sale the regular Market Pay sale wiU be held u r the s»le b>m- Come early, New Empress Eugenic HATS for Fall $2*95 79* $1*39 IS ALL YOU HAVE TO PAY for this fullrfashipned service weight silk stocking. With raw silk at its lowest peak such values are possible. This the finest service weight aiwl \ r , from top to toe at pricfs tfrat aye have seen in years. SILK; FROM TOP TO TOK; All silk sneer as clear as edge, SjSg t'g, no wojMjejr " fertwsi !«*; as we have. a good line of stuff, PRINT He4uced to 69Q

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