Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1931
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S went to Dav- tor several days with Week the ;» c. meets next t( S(£ at 8 o'clock at 9 , John RujVof Uv- the Rev. t Friday- . P. J- Bra»- , of St. James, spent Saturday ' their n»n, mils .with Mrs., ! John Kennedy. flhy, of Clarksvllle, end with Drusllla girls attended I. S. ,. Falls last year. fiurs Ous Sjogren, n, »»* Donftl(J> Sunday morning for visit with .relatives. booths .are being install- I Algonquin lunch rooms Fred Behlmer. The added attraction. s A. B. Brlggs became 7V4-11>- ' bov nt thell> m-sclny. Mr. Brlggs Is a , Hotel barber shop. Soules' returned Sun- owrie, where she had weeks with her grand- and Mrs. B. F. Tllton. Gudnechts have gone to K they are operating the Ihlch tber formerly own- .11 .to stay there for, the H ,mond, of, Sioux Falls, [siting from Friday .to ih his daughter, Mrs. E. [of Chicago, who is visit-, lough, of Klrksvllle, Tuesday for a 'week with w. I>. Andrews. Is a teacher at KOSSUtH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Mrs. [Hough npbell, who. spent .last r home at Pine Island, ned to her duties at the over the Iowa State st Aid will . meet ihls jlth Mrs. Leslie Jenkins, Assisting hotesses are Sack, Sill, Plckard and . ' . Bilrs. C. H. Cochran, of c Sunday for three |the latter's sister, Mrs. Mr. Cochran is in the justness. Krs. W. S. Lee and chll- fEnding a two weeks va- Molnes, Cedar Rapids, City. Mr. Lee is 'employ- hristensen Bros, store. men turned out Sun- tor the practice shoot Itlce shooting grounds In fst part of the Blackford i good scores were turn* .' ivel has been ill in bed hursday with Intestinal Inow on the road to re- ivill probably be back to came home Friday after a weclt's fishing trip to Cass Lake, 'Minn and other part* of the fishing country hear there. They also visited Canada.,. They report fishing poor and the weather cold. Consul H. B. and Mrs. Quartern will leave for their home In Havana Cuba, today after spending a month' with Mr .Quartan's parents, Judge and'Mrs. W. B. Quarton. They brought their car here, arid will return to Key West, Fla., In It. Mary Janice Rico returned Sunday from a girl's camp in northern Michigan, where she spent several weeks. This morning she underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital. Mary Janice is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice. Jane Vincent, who has spent the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent, expects to go to •Franklin. Park, near Chicago sometime this week-end to again teach in the high school. The Franklin Park schools begin next week Tuesday. \ Percy Hoak, of Des Molnes, who represents a Des Moines lumber concern, spent Tuesday evening and Wednesday here on business. He was on route home from Fairmont, Minn. Mr. Hoak has a farm near Bancroft which he looked after while here. George Johnson went to HInsdale, 111., Monday to teach mathematics and be assistant athletic coach in the public school. George, whose home Is at AVaterloo, taught In the local high school two years, and the past summer worked on a farm near Titonka. : Mr; and Mrs. E. C. Hancher returned Saturday from a week's vacation spent at Des Molnes and other points In the state. Mr. Hancher Is manager of the local telephone exchange. Their son Lowell spent last week with his grandmother at Plover. Mrs. Lura Sanders returned Saturday from a five weeks vacati.o'n spent In Chicago, Milwaukee, 1 ' Trie Dells In Wisconsin, and her son at Charles City, and her daughter at ;Loga.n. Katharine Kaln substituted at tl\,e library during Mrs, Sanders' absence. Rachel Moore left yesterday morning for Helena, Mont., where she has been working on a ranch for her health. She spent two weeks visiting her mother, Mrs. Thosr Akre. She visited her grandmother, Mrs. C. B. Mathes, at Armstrong, Tuesday. Four appendectomy operations •were performed at the Kossuth hos pital during the past week. Helen Barger was operated on last week Wednesday; Thomas Edward Nelson Jr., ot Wesley, on Friday; AVilliam Ethington, Sunday; and Mary Jantc Ricf, Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Norwood, of Livingston, Mont., niece and nephew of Mrs. L. M. Simpson, were week-end guests at the R. I. Simpson home near Lone Rock. day. Mr. Miller section of the state. Corrcctlonviile. Uradloy's daughter. for a visit In-other, He relatives. f the latter of Liver- Sunday night from here they had visited on since Inst Thurser Is editor ot the ette, one of the best among editors in this •itate. dley accompanied her and his wife to Fair- for several days visit. Bradleys had visited iday. .Sunday guests v's were Mr. and Mrs. nd their daughters, of Mrs. Chltty Is Mrs. ;hter. . Milo Guderlan, oC •rived last Thursday Ith Mr. Quderlan'.s Ouderlan, and other s is Milo's first visit e his discharge from u- and a half ago. He s. William Philo, now ion City. vine, of Ames, and f Spencer, were week- Mr, and Mrs. George Souerwine had been at Business. She taught several years. Last ht at Spencer. Miss Mrs. Klbert attended versity together. Mangan and children e upper apartment of rtment house Monday. came Friday for a week-end visit with Mrs, F, Frederlckson, of Great Falls, Mont., who Is spending the summer with her mother, Mrs, E. C. Dickinson. Mrs. Pascoe and Mrs. Fre'derickson attended Drake college, Des Molnes, together. » Mrs. Frederlnkson and baby son expect to go home sometime next weekend. Mrs. George Cole and her daughters Georgia and Eleanor, of Maxwell, visited from Sunday till Tuesday with the former's mother, Mrs. I. G. Dewel, and other relatives. Marion Corey accompanied them home for a visit till Sunday. Georgia Cole goes to Chicago Monday, where she will teach history in the Starrett high school, a private school for girls. Russell, Richard, and Robert Lawson, of Wesley .spent Sunday with their -sister, Dorothy Lawson, who makes her home with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cosgrove. Russell will enter the university of New _ Mexico this fall, Richard will enter the state college at Ames, and Robert will attend high school at Columbia academy at Dubuque. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. O'Toole, of Le Mars, and daughter, Mia-y Elizabeth, spent Tuesday with .-Dr. and Mrs. K, R. Hoffman. Mrs. O'Toole and Doctor Hoffman are sister and ent£ Tho /~lli. (-,ity had tonF 3f)€] T. ( K"nt JV(II nt 1 tow ther Dill mal M rs the M "nd left mor are fo 1 The of J harr rola visl dale to J E fror Mus Citj Mel ine the spe PAOEFTVB at Audubon Thompson will teach In and the Miss Sioux ! office sometime next Iwyer returned Sunday 1 .City, where . she had iweek ago Thursday Vls- lln, Ruth Marshall. Mrs. la sister of Dr. F. . E. jldahl, teaching at Perry, •tomorrow for a week- Ih Mr. and Mrs. W, W. |rs. Sullivan and Miss taught at Emmets- lar. '. • Anderson, her daugh- -ncl son Lyle, •'/'• May me velyn Toothma.nj spent |>d Sunday with-?: iriends They made the trip in Scott--Fraser and left '\ Tuesday at . Philadelphia. !en here visiting'their I and Mrs. Walter Fras- pi weeks. the Equitable LJfe presentative in this ter- piding three days tit the kobojls. He went there £he company is .having at-the mn. • ,.. . '•, £y, of Oregon, 111., spent his brother, H. : " C. per guests of thei Una- were Mrs. Iiindsey's Ur. R. VI and Mrs.-C, ain, of Spencer, jrner, secretary of • the i association.Kcalled on 'ay en route to Spen- Mr. Warner is a an and his wife is for- [Jlson, pf Alg'onal ••''•'• of Kansas City, Mo., here on business and Jives. He is with a life Pany in Kansas 'City, brother of Mrs. A. 1 Mrs. L. j, Dickinson. prs. Albin Spongberg [ley with their daughter Emma, who was the' Iowa State |ege at Cedar Falls last ach school at Stanley, attended the state 'oines Sunday were Elizabeth and Trade Kathleen Holtzbaijer, ' Wesley, Dr. and Mrs, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I". Delbert Potter, Fort TO sons, returned home ^spending seyeral days Uves. Mr . p 0 tter is [the Seig company, an fc """!ory firm at Fort ft Aid will meat at the ay afternoon.- Besides for the coming " will consider~oth- matters, AH 1 church are invited to Kuchenreuthers jnov- »V, Luaby ^esji^ejncQ ' streets Monday. 1 "ving in the George ""'"• Mr. J£ at the Fora returned home Sun- They have been touring the United' States since July 15 sight-seeing and visiting relatives. Antoinette Bonnstetter accompanied her sister Burnetta to Omaha Tuesday and the latter entered Creighton college. She was graduated from the local high school last spring. Antoinette, who 1s Algona and Humboldt school nurse, expected to return yesterday. Mr. ana Mrs. Math Kirsch and Bobby and Kathryn, of Bode, Mrs. Henry Thllges, Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Reding and son Clair, and Mrs. Glen Walker and Phyllis spent last .Thursday with Sister M. Phyllis at Remsen. This is her third year teaching at Remsen. ~Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McNutt, who have been .away from Algona for 14 months, arrived Tuesday and again locate here. school there year she taught Mrs. They had been living i n E. H. Rist's .enant house on north Dodge street. H. J. Vande Steeg, the Watklns representative, moved his family in:o the Rist tenant house. The Vande Steeges came here from Hospers. Verena Hentzes, of Michigan, N. D., went to Whittemore Sunday after spending a week with the Edward Butlers. Mrs. Butler and Miss Hentzes attended St. Teresa's college at Winona, Minn., together. Miss Hentzes will be principal of the Whittemore public high school and besides will teach Latin and music. Melvin, son of Barber Frank Shilts, is visiting an uncle, C. H. Shilts, at Tecumseh, Neb. He has been attending the Citizens Military camp at Des Molnes and completed this year's work Friday. He and a friend hitch-hiked to Omaha, where the friend lived. He will return to Algona this week, and will be a senior In high school this year. Mr. and Mrs, M. E. Worster, and Mr. and Mrs. Late Hinton and their daughter Frances and son Dalton, of West Bend, returned early last week from a visit with relatives near Brainerd, Minn. Last week Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Worster, Carrie Nettie, and Margaret Durant spent •the day with the Hintons at West Bend, and also visited the grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hutchison, of Mexico, Mo., came Monday for an extended visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. H. N. Webster. Mr. Webster is a painter employed with Ber Deal. Sunday guests of the Websters were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rus tin, of near Ruthven. Mrs. Rustin is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Webster. Loretta Gallagher, of De Kalb 111., came Saturday for a .visit wit! er sister, Mrs. Thos. Kaln. Shi ame as far as Mason City with ,lary and Elizabeth McQirr, of D b, her cousins. They expect t ome to Algona for a visit with th 'homas Kains sometime this week- nd. Mary and Elizabeth are also ousins of the Kalns. Mrs. D. L. Pascoe, of Des Moines, Until Mrs. will a few McNutt . Sayner, , \ spent a month at "wcamp. There'were ' camp the pas); sum- J l attend high school will to i schools. «r school at and g 0 tQ Eajgrle itemise month ago Mr. and were at Pullman, Wash. They have been, traveling through the west and Canada the past few months. -"•":., Catherine and Mary Zerfass,,,' of Cincinnati!, O., and Mrs. Frank Zerfass, of Hamilton, O., and two daughters, Mary and Louise, came Tuesday for several days withuthe P. P. Zerfasses. Catherine Tft*) 11 Mary are sisters of Mr. Zerfass,-and Mrs. Zerfass is a sister-in-law. The D. H. Goedersi went to Des Moines yesterday to attend a joint committee meeting of the members of the conservation board and the executive board of the Fish and Game commission. The meeting was held to discuss the plans of a 25- year conservation program for Iowa Ira Vincent, of San Antonio, Tex., who has been visiting here several weeks, is expected Tuesday from Grundy Center, where he had been since last Thursday visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. S. R. Alexander. Mr. Vincent expects . to go home sometime after the county fair. Mrs. A.' D, Adams and Mrs. .R. H, Spflrieer took Paul Seward and Mrs. E. A. Seward to Chicago Monday. Paul had visited the H, H. Spencers several weeks.. Mrs. Seward has been here three'weeks visiting friends. Mrs. Adams and .Mrs, Spencer expected to be gone several days. •'• ' , Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan and two daughters are expected home in a few days from California, where they have spent a month visiting Mrs.' Scanlan's parents. The doc tor attended school while in 'the west. Their baby daughter has been with her grandparents at R°9 1 f Valley. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Boals, Clinton Minn., spent Friday and Saturday with the Gordon Kuhns and Charles Kuhn. They were en route to Des Moines to visit a son. Mr. Boals is a brother of the late Mrs, Charles Kuhn. They are expected here for a week-end visit on the return trip to their home. - ,' Ruth Hutchison will go to Rock well City Saturday to teach first grade in the public school. This,,}' Ruth's second year at W*™® City She is the daughter of,Mr and Mrs. R. J. Hutchison. She spen the summer at home and with, relatives at Kansas City, Denver ani? PBS MoJnes. Hilma. Ostrum, who has been em ployed at the swimming pool bath house this summer, will have charge of the popcorn canteen In front o the Call theater again. She expects to start work Monday. HUma's sis - - - Mrs. Frank Ostrum, ha parents, HJr. ajjd. er--. . been in charge of the canteen th few weeks. J£r. and Mrs. R. J- Motaee, and daughter exneeted 8Wwday for T» .T'o 1 mnther. -Mrs. Laird, Linda, Were «t. rother. Doctor Hoffman practices lentlstry at ' Bancroft, and Mrs. -loffman has been at the home of ler sister, Mrs. C. J. Scanlan, since he arrival of their daughter a few veeks ago. Robert Harrington Sunday evening from came Fort home Snell- ng, Minn., where he has been since a week ago Sunday as an officer in the C. M. T. C. there. Robert took .he full fom;-year course In military training at the university of Iowa ivhich gave him the ranking of an officer in the reserve army, which can be called out for service on short notice In case of war: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Perkins, of Cherokee, are parents of a girl born August '20. This Is their first child, and she has been named Carol Denise. Mr. % Perkins lived hero a year a few years ago and handled Buick cars In the present Elbert garage building. Mrs. Perkins will be remembered as Agnes Sage, and was employed at the Weiss & Sor- stedt cloak shop at one time. Mrs. Harry H. Wilson and her daughter Shirley Gene, and the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Read, left Friday morning for Dickson, 111., where they will visit a cousin of Mrs. Wilson. They will be gone about ten days. Mrs. Wilson's parents have been visiting her for three weeks. Their home Is 'at Ottawa, Kas. They will visit at the Harry Klnt home at Dickson, 111. Mrs. A. B. Tyler Is expected home today from Ottumwa, where she spent two weeks with her parents and also with Mr. Tyler's parents. Mr. Tyler is assistant manager of the local Graham store. She will come home with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bllley and daughter, who have spent the week in Ottumwa. Mr. Bliley, who is manager of the local GraTram store, attended a buyer's convention. Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Lacy took the latter's sister, Mrs. James Shoemaker of Providence, R. I., and Olive '•Thompson, of Sumner, to Fort Dodge Friday, where they took trains for Audubon and Sioux City respectively. Mrs. Shoemaker's par- City schools this fall. The latter had been the guest of the R. P. Nortons for several clays. Mrs. Lottie Kaln and son William returned Saturday from two weeks spent with the former's sister, Mrs. T. O. Dillon, at Valpariso, Ind. Mrs. also attended a homecoming nt Herscher, 111., the family's home Jack Kain, who accompanied them to Indiana, remained with Mrs. and wil attend school and his home with the Dillons. Mrs. Kaln returned to her duties at the Lathrop & Weaver office today, and 'Mrs. Harry HcMurray "nd Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holmes Si'. Sunday morning or a two- month vacation In the west. They arc driving both cars but will try o keep together most of the trip. The McMurrays will visit a sister of Mrs. McMurray, Mrs. Artie Grant San Francisco, and other relatives along the coast. They will visit the cities of San Diego, Glendale, Los Angeles, and up the coast to Seattle, Wash. E. J. McEvoys returned Saturday from two weeks with relatives at Muscatine, Nichols, Davenport, Iowa Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. McEvoy and daughter Mary Geraldine had been gone two weeks, and their sons John and Maurice had spent the summer with Mrs. McEvoy's brother, James O'Brien, of Muscatine, and her sister Mrs. John Foley, at Nichols. Mr. McEvoy returned to his duties at the Kossuth County State bank today. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Malloy and daughter Margaret returned from Ottumwa Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Malloy drove to Ottumwa Sat urday, but Margaret had spent three weeks with her aunt, Mrs. C. J. Yochum. Sunday the Malloys at tended a family reunion of Mrs Malloy's family. Mrs. Yochum is a sister of Mrs. Malloy. They also visited with a sister of Mrs. Malloy at Eddyvllle. Margaret Is a junior In the St. Cecelia's academy this fall. Mrs. Budd Lawson, of Corwith spent last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs; R. J. Hutch! son. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. ,Bj:own of Denver, and their daughter Har rlett, who had spent a month with Mrs Brown's parents,. Mr. and. Mrs Hutchison, also left last-week. Las year'Mr. Brown was superihtenden of the schools at Kersey, a suburl ils year he will at- 3reeley.. They are iy In the near fu- 2. H. Chapman re- rom a two weeks Ith Mr. Chapman's 5. Chapman's 1 par- taplds. They also , Indianapolis, and t the latter place k part In a nation- aprnan is manager tic & Pacific store. month for Baltimore, Md., where she will .teach physical education. She taught in Baltimore last year. Mrs. Reinhardt is a daughter of the Behlmers. Charles Akre, Perry White, and Donald Dewel started for Washington, D. C., Sunday morning in a Ford roadster that they had bought several weeks ago. They will attend George Washington university In the Capital city and hope to get government employment. Charles will ' */f ' begin his second year In the. st^fly ot law, and Donald Dewel wljl ~Tjegln his third year In the ilbeffti aft cot-* lego. Ho has had two years at Hie state university. Perry White Mis' had ,tw» years at Cornell and plans to take a course in accounting. They planned to spend Sunday night at Iowa City, and to lea ve^ Monday- morning for Evanston and Chicago, where they will stay for several days with Donald's brother, Dr.-'B, F. Dewel. ture. turned mother and Mrs. ents at Cedar visited at Daytc Vandalla, O. Mr. Chapman t< al shoot. Mr. C of the local At!,During his absence, Oscar Olson, of fort Dodge, relief man in this terri- ory for the company, took care of he business. Mr. Olson went to Spencer from here. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dingley and laughter Helen, accompanied the Vllllam Nugents to Chicago Monlay for a visit of three weeks. Mrs. Vugent and two sons spent the summer with Mrs. Nugent's parents, Ur. and Mrs. DIngloy. Mr. Nugent spent the past two weeks with his mrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nu- •ent, and the Dingleys. They are making the trip to Chicago in the Dingley car. Mr. and Mrs. Nugent vlll bring Mr. and Mrs. Dingley the are lome and will then return to city In their car which they eavlng here. Mrs. J. F. Behlmer, her daughter A.llce, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reln- inrdt, of Sheron Springs, Kas., arrived home Monday night from a month spent In a trip to the western coast. The trip was made in Reinhardt Chevrolet sedan, the and :hey traveled more than 6,000 miles. In the west they visited a sister of Mrs. Behlmer at Long Beach, and lier brothers at Compton and Olive, Calif. En route home they visited with relatives at points in Kansas. Alice expects to leave sometime this i WANT ADS I * : « FOR SALE—DRY HARD WOOD, Drop us a card; we deliver.—L. J, Hendren, Rt. No. 2. 14p51 McCORMICK-DEERING corn picker with motor mounted for sale cheap.—Call Advance. CARD OF THANKS — WE SIN- cerely thank our many friends foi their kindness at the time of the death of ..our little daughter; also for the many beautiful floral offerings —Mr. ami Mrs. L. E. Godfrey. — now for a picnic! Let's make it n real old- time family picnic. We'll spread a while table-cloth on the grass—just loaded down with good tilings to cat. Let's buy all these good picnic foods at A&P and save money. CLICQUOT CLUB PALE DRY Ginger Ale 2°°™ s 29% CANADA DRY GINGER ALE . 3 bottles 40c Mild American Cheese ». 16c BEST FOODS Bread and Butter Pickles 2jA*s35c Cracker Jack ... 3 FKGS. lOc Campfire Marshmallows 2us.35c Pabst-ett . . . . . PKO. 15c Heinz Beans SMAIL CANS Algona Creamery Butter, Lb. 31c Bananas, 5 Ib. 25c Prunes, crate 82c Grapes, basket 23c Empty Sugar Bags .02c Food Stores MIDDLE WESTERN. DIVISION NTER Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS KEEP POSTED It is easy to lie misled by advertised specials: They do not always indicate where your complete table requirements can be bought with the greatest satisfaction as to quality, and the greatest saving in price. Every item at Council Oak is plainly priced to assist you in a careful price comparison. A close check of Council Oak prices Is convincing proof that it pays to buy the Council Oak way. SUPERB BRAND MILK A pure whole milk. Much better for many purposes than fresh milk. Limit, 5 cans. TALL CANS HEINTZ CATSUP LARGE BOTTLE 19c FRENCH STYLE MUSTABDQT. MR 19c 1 Of* • VM ALASKA PINK SALMON A genuine pink Alaska. Equally as nutritious as higher priced salmon. TALL POUND CAN — - ------- — - ----- NEW COMB HONEY, 3 CAKES 27 c FASHIONS, FURS, FABRICS All of the Finest Quality Buy Now and Take Advantage of These Unusual Savings! FIRST BBIZE FLOUR A fine grade of flour. A flour we can. guarantee. 49 POUND BAG _—.--.-,-,.. BAIZA Dill PICKLES ^ AB ' MINUTE TAPIOCA 2 PACKAGES 89c 1|c 25c ",•-""""• "T ";FINE GRANULATED Best quality table and preserving; sugar. Limit one , bag toi custpmer. • JO POUND BAG —^—— ~COUNCIL OAK ¥ V *COFFEE A Better Bulk Coffee POUND BAG ROBB-ROSS PANCAKE FLOUR ELECTRIC SPARK SOAP prks like lightning in the wash. 10 BARS PER BAG An Efficient, Economical Method of Selecting your Winter Coat September sales of Winter Coats have sound, econpnuc reasons for their, existence. It is perfectly true that Coats can tie purchased cheaper if bought while the market is at its lowest point. Our buyers have made such remarkable purchases that we f are able to offer you better coats at $48 „•••:•' than seen for years! "'* - Other Beautiful Coats "Priced from $19,50 to $85 "HPSflF'WlPjy^ f^ :.. V T , '£\ -•**.*" ' »

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