Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1931 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 17, 1931
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KOSSUTtt COUNTY AfrVANGlS. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE MONEY Things you have thrown away are wanted and needed by others. Sell them lot cash through an Advance Want Advertisement that goes all over the county to find a buyer. LOCALS Gust. Hoelscher, of Hubbard, visited tile Rev. P. ,t. Braner home last week Friday. N The C. H. LaBarres spent Sunday at Eagle Grove with Mrs. LaBarre's sister, Mrs. I. N. Mellne. Mrs. F. C. lender, who has been critically 111 with heart" trouble, Is reported slowly Improving. E. A. Boss, of Oelweln, came Monday to spend the week here. Mr. Boss owns the Algona hotel. The F. B. Shaffers, of Mason City, spent Sunday with Mrs. Shaffer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,T. O. Paxson. Paine & Sorensen have Installed a hot plate for making toasted sandwiches, and also haye an outfit to make coffee. Mrs. C. H. LaBarre Is working temporarily at the Algona Insurance Agency. She began work Saturday. The Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs. J. L. Coleman Thursday afternoon of next week. .T. A. Freeh has been 111 in bed for two weeks with a severe attack of sciatic rheumatism. He is now improving slowly. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nisson, of Bel- mpnd, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrsi A. t>. Burtls. Betty Ferguson, of Clear Lake, was a weekend guest of the Burtlses. Mrs. John Long Jr., Burt, underwent a surgical operation at .the Kossuth hospital Tuesday. Donna Jean Holllster, Lone Rock, had her appendix removed the same day. . Kelly Klein, of Osslan, went home Sunday after spending a week at the D. H. Goeders home. Mr. Klein Is employed in his father's depart- Towhc/ recently moved Into their heW .house on east Elm. Dorothy Sampson, daughter of Deputy Sheriff C. A. Samson, resigned from her work at the Falk- enhalner Insurance offices, and Is leaving for Ames today, where she will take physical education. She graduated from the local high school in 1929 and has been \vorklng for two years. She will be a freshman, fgnatus Werriert came last week from Columbus, O., for a two weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ignatus wernert. He taught chem istry a,t tho Ohio State university summer school session this summer, and will attend the university thh year to work towards a. master's degree in chemistry. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Thomas, of Indianola, are parents of a boy, Jerry Charles, born August 3tli. Mrs. Thomas will be remembered as Mrs. Grace Belnap, a former Algonlan. She has two other children by her former marriage, Dick and Betty Belnap. Mr. Thomas Is county engineer at Indianola. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Kaln took their daughter Alice and Dorothy Donnelly to De Kalb Sunday In the Kain car. Dorothy had spent a month with the Kalns. Her home Is .at De Kalb. Alice will attend college there again this year. Mr. and Mrs. Kain expected to be gone a week. Beth Backus took her sister Eleanor and Josephine Murtagh to Des Moines Monday and 1 the two- girls took a train for Columbia, Mo. where they will attend Stephens college. This is Eleanor's first year and Josephine's second. Beth returned Tuesday. She is employed a the postoffice. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Wight, Clayton, N. M., and two sons, who ha< been visiting Mrs. Wight's parents left for home Tuesday morning. Mr home Sunday alter visiting since last week Tuesday with Mrs. Forst's mother, Mrs. Magnus Johnson. Mrs; Forst Is a sister of County Auditor Bertha Johnson and Bernlce Is ,a niece. Mrs. Forst is an Industrial nurse at the'Quaker Oats plant. fiV- nest Wenlg, of Cedar Rapids, came Saturday and returned home with them on Sunday. Temperatures during fair week were all high and seemed like midsummer. The temperptures recorded were all above 90, and on Monday and Friday nearly over the 100 mark. Monday and Friday the max j having been away since the first of April. When the- journey Is -com-; pleted they will have covered more thttn 10,000 miles. They think northern Iowa crops are best of any they had seen. ment store at Osslan. Alice Louise Butts, daughter of There is in your WHY not; make some of those discarded 'thitfgir in your attic gratify your desire for that certain new .thing, for which you have been yearning? ( , ;,, ( , \ They still'have value and usefulness -for someone or you wouldn't liave saved them. Turn that val^J ttto cash by locating those who would welcome the, chance-to get them at a fair price,' Buyers are not har^, to find. - < • i i i i < < i .' i Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butts, was baptized Sunday afternoon by the Lutheran pastor, the Rev. P. J. Braner. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson and son Max went to Cedar Rapids Monday to attend the funeral Tuesday of Mrs. Richardson's' brother-in- law. They were expected home yesterday. Mrs. James Altwegg, of Lakota,' is assisting at the Iowa State b.ahk, beginning ' Monday. Mrs. Altwegg, before her marriage last summer, was Irma Windell, an employe of the bank. Lars Sorenson suffered a painful injury last Thursday when a piece of steel fjew into his eye when he was sharpening a knife on an emery wheel. The piece of steel was re moved and .his eye Is recovering. Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, of Chicago, went home Sunday after spending ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor. Mrs. Humphrey will be remembered as Grace Taylor. Edward Sherman, of New York City, is expected Sunday for two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Edward is engineer with the American Telephone and Telegraph company. Mrs. H. C. Nielander, of Spring Valley, Minn., and daughter Ruth, came yesterday for several days with the J. T.. Chrischilleses. Mrs. Nielander is a sister of Mrs. Chris- chilles. : ' Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Raymond were guests at the W. C. Dewel home from Wednesday till Saturday. Mrs. Raymond is a sister ot Mrs. Dewel. They returned to their home at 'Le Siiour, Minn., Saturday. Harvey Ingham and Gardner Cowles, of Des Moines, spent Thurs,day and Friday calling on friends and attending to business. They attended the county fair Thursday afternoon. • Donna Quinn accompanied Robert Harrington to Iowa City Saturday, where she will enter the state university x as a freshman. Robert is taking his second year work In the law college at the university. Robert drove his new Pontiac coupe'. Mr, and Mrs. Guy Mantor are building an addition' to their home on west McGregor street next door east of the W. C. Dewel home. The addition will consist of two rooms. The home' Is also 'being 'modernized and refinished. . . Mrs. W. S. Thornton and children of Winnebago Minn., spent last Thursday and Friday with the C.' C. Wrights. Mrs. Thornton • Is Mrs. Wright's sister. Mr. Thornton is .dead, and'-Mrs. Thornton and the children operate a farm. Mrs. H. J. Lacy and baby son John returned home last Wednesday from Audubon, where they had' visited several days with Mrs. Lacy's parents. H. J. drove to Audubon Wednesday, and brought home; • ••-•••••• Mr, and Mrs. George Holtzbauer and the latter's. daughter Lorraine went to Maspn City Sunday and brought home Mrs. Holtzbauer's grandson; Crate Tierney, who will spend a few days here. Craig Is the son pf Mr. and Mrs,- Bernard Tierney, of Mason City. Mrs. G. B. Malone Is expected home today from Lawrenceburg, Ky.. where she has been since June- 1 with -her daughter, Mrs. M. J. McGruder; While Mrs. Malone was at the McGruder's, the latter became parents of a Bon - T n e Mc " Gruders also have ft daughter. 'Dr. and Mrs. Hale Shirley, Wight, who is a Standard Oil com pany employe, came last week| Tuesday for Mrs. Wight and \ children, who have been here a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Vande Steeg, formerly of Hospers, have moved to Algona and are now living at 414 north Dodge street. The Vande Steegs have four children, ranged in a'ge'. from 12'-to 3.- -They are Marlys, Leone, Wayne, and Ronald. Mr. Vande Steeg is representing Watkins .household goods company. ' Mrs: Jos. Bloom ' is . conducting a private kindergarten at the Bryant school building. She has a good attendance and expects cither jchilr dren to begin this week and 'next. She took her training at Miss Wood's kindergarten and ' training school at Minneapolis, and taught two and a half years in the Mln neapolis schools. Shirley Hill, former Algonian whose parents no%y live _'a.t Fort Dodge, returned to Chicago Saturday after spending a month at home and with friends here, .She .is a student nurse at St. Luke's hospital in Chicago, and' will finish her course next fall. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hill and a granddaughter of Mrs. O. Lorenz. • Leon Dehnert and Edgar Finnell drove to Ames Tuesday, where the latter will attend the state college. Edgar was graduated . from the local 'high school last spring, and is a son of I. M. Finnell. The past lew summers he has been employed at the Elbert garage. He will specialize in electrical . engineering at the state college. Leon expected to return after a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Menzel, of Ames, came Friday; and are stay Imum temperature was 99 and the minimum on each day was 68 and 69. Tuesday the temperature was 98 and low 71, and Wednesday the mer- ury reached 96 and the low was 60. ?wo hundredths of an inch of rain ell Wednesday morning. Mrs. O. Lorenz;, who recently underwent a major operation at the Kofisuth hospital, is now able to up and Is growing stronger every day. "Her daughter, Mrs. Jack Sheer, of Council "Bluffs, came ast Thursday, and expects to take ier mother home with her sometime this week for several months stay. En route to Council Bluffs they expect to stop at Fort Do'dge for a visit with Mrs. Lorenz's dauglv ter, Mrs. Myron Hill, and at Har. Ian with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Wight expect to leave'for their home at Clayton, N. M., tomorrow after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs..C. L.. Bailey, for four weeks. Mrs. Wight will be remembered as Mildred Bailey Mr. ; Wight and Mr. Bailey drove to Mln>- neapolis Saturday, and brought back Mrs. Merle Haase for a week-end visit. Mrs. Haase will be remembered as Merle Bailey. She., returned Sunday evening to Minneapolis,' where she Is employed In the Northwest Bank Corporation office. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hoffman are leaving today after visiting with the former's brother, Charles Hoffman, and St. Joe relatives since Friday. The Hoffmans were married September 1 at Dubuque, and spent WANT ADS ATTENTION. LADIES. 2 over 25 for special work. Earnings $14 per week. Permanent positions. Sales experience useful but not necessary. Call or write Ward Stilson Co., 302 Valley National Bank Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. 34-1 WANTED—FARM TO RENT, 120 or 160 acres; have equipment. References furnished. — H. M. Colwell, Lu Verne, la. 16pl MELVIN G. BOURNE > Physician and Surgeon Office In Postoffice Block. Phones: office, 197; residence, 211. When you get tired of dancing to pick-up and third-class orchestras, come to ' COLISEUM, TITONKA She Is'knee-deep in recording and big-time bands. This week ' FRIDAY, SETTEMBEB, 18 Bobby Grlffgs and His Nine-Man RECOUPING BAND COMING—Grant Moore and Hia 11 Louisiana Black Devils: Happy Jack O'Malley, of Yankton, S. D. B. W. SHEPA11D, M|?r. BLOOM'S GROCERY SPECIALS ALL THIS WEEK BEANS— Northern Navy, 4 Ib. pkg. — RAISINS— 2 Ib. pkg. SAM— IDJlb. sack MATCHES— 6. boxes — MACARONI— .5. lOc.pkgs. 25c FLOUR—B. «. Guaranteed, 49-lb. sack — SODA CRACKERS— '2-A box.,-—-- _— GINGER SNAPS— ib —r f A A MALT— ; Blue Ribbon Folger's Coffee ** 75c <• W A i • %/ part of their honeymoon here after being In northern Minnesota for a time. Mrs. Hoffman was formerly Ermela Rausch and she has been working in Dubuque before hei marriage. They will go to Luxem barg, where they will operate a farm owned by Mr. Hoffman's mother. Raymond Wood, of Algona, was operated on last week Wednesday for a bone Infection at the Kossuth hospital. Gerald Schenck, six-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Schenck, north of Algona farmers,: was operated on for appendicitis last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Diamond, of Corwith, became parents of a boy Sunday. Fran* r:es Sorenson, six-year-old daughter of Lars Sorenson, had her tonsils removed at the hospital Saturday. Glendora Burbank, 12-year-old, also had her tonsils out the same day. Inda Humphrey and daughter Vera, of Medford, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Palmer, of Rising Sun, Ind., were guests at-the R. I. Simpson home near Lone Rock last week. Mr. Humphrey is a cousin of L. M. Simpson, and the Palmers are old acquaintances. A week ago Friday was the 36th wedding anniversary of the Palmers, and the event was celebrated with a picnic supper at Interlaken. An enjoyable day was also spent at the Ambrose A. Call state park at Algona a week ago Sunday in honor of Mr. Humphrey's , 66th birthday. They left for Yellowstone COFFEE— Chase-Sanborn— COFFEE— Peaberry -Special COFFEE— Monarch- JOHNSON'S WAX— JQj» 1 Ib. can T_W JAR RUBBERS— lOc grade, 6 doz. , RINSO— Large OXYBOL— 4 Aj» Large pkg. JL9V HA'UB WATER 1 QA SOAP—Kirk's, 3 bars. JL W BRAN FLAKES— 4 A«» Keliogg's _—_ JLW CHERRIES— ; Red Pitted __ P. & G. Soap "».» 29c CORN— ''Nature's Best PEAS- fAp Monarch' Telephone — * V\* 'TOMATO JUICE— 4 Aj» Heinz._ M. VV SARDI'NES— In oil -'_-• BLACKBERRIES— 4 Wp 'Monarch » • ^ 5c APRICOTS— 2 Ib. pkg. , CATSUP— Large, 2 bottles FORK & BEANS— A Large cans, 4 cans for -B PINEAPPLE— t] No. 10 size cans • CHERRIES—Red Pitted. No. 10 size can, d* solid pack ,™ 29c 25c Milk-tall cans 3 ^ 20c KRAUT— Tall No. 2 1-2 'cans— STARCH— 3 pkgs. VINEGAR— Cider, gallon lOc 25c 29c ing at the M. P. Weaver home| park las f week Monday and then will go to Livingston, Mont., to visit People are. reading our Want Ads jysttfor ......... Hies for procuring usable things without paying the "first-hand" price, . - of Advertise Your Treasure in Phone 254 Mason City, were Sunday guests of the former's parents, County Super- Intendent and Mrs. William Shirley The doqtor's brother John accompanied them home Sunday night, and Monday wei|t to Iqwa City, where he will attend the university, Harold Clayton Is holding a preseason sale of fur coats from " Mason City Fur Shoppe at the -V & Sorstedt store today and tomorrow. From Algona he will go to Brltt and then to Emraetspurg. He j$ salesman in the territory west and south of Mason City. Prof, and Mrs- Frank; Paine, 9* Ames, and sons Rees and Frank Jr. spent the week-end with Mrg, l#»rf> Paine. Frank is head of the general engineering department of the st»te college. Bees attends College at Boulder, Colo., and Frank Jr. start to school this fall. Fred Clark went to Ames and will be a sophomore in .the general engineering college•#»»_*•*» while Mrs. Weaver Is. in the hospital. They had been fishing for ten days at Cass.Lake. Mr. Menzel is a student .at Ames,, and. is working for a doctor's •. degree in chemistry. He is teaching part time, Mrs. Menzel will be. remembered as Vesta Weaver. .. .•••,Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Comrnack and Dr. and Mrs. Jos. McKinzie, of Baxter, were week-end visitors with the W. G. 'McCullough.famlly> The MC- Culloughs lived at Baxter; for many years before moving, .to...,Newton three or four years ago, and then to Algona this year. . ,The visitors were old friends of the McCulloughs. They came Saturday, arid left Sunday. • , Rex Nelson left for Washington, D. C., Saturday In his car, and will again enter George Washington university. Rex 1^ Senator L. J. Dickinson's secretary and has spent the summer here. He makes his home at Mrs. E. C. Dickinson's, when in Algona, He made the trip alone as far as Indianapolis, where he met another boy who is attending Geroge Washington. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Grelner and daughter Irma spent. yesterday at Des Moines. They brought Mr. Greiner's uncle James 6'Connell, of Mt.'Sterling, Ky., home with them. Mr. O'Connell is a Civil War'-veteran and was attending the G. A. R, encampment Jn Des guinea the-flrgt of the week. Mr. O'Connell, Is past 80 years 'old, and this is his first trip here. The Al Blooms, Who have made Algona their home the past year, are leaving sometime this .week for St- Paul, where they, .will locate. Mr. Bloom has been away from Algona.the past month getting his grocery store in the city ready, The Bloom store here will be managed by Al's brother Joe. The Al Blooms have been occupying the Mrs, Kate Johnson residence on south Minnesota, . T. P. Harrington left Fri- another cousin, Mrs. H. R. Norwood, and to Salem, Ore., to visit Mr. Humphrey's son. They expect to reach home the last of the month, P1NEAPPI/E— No. 2 1-2 can-__. PAIL— 12 quart OATMEAL— Tall, large pkg. 18c 19c ISc Bloom's Store MR.' FARMER—Bring us your eggs—cash or trade. MAKE THIS STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS. ^!II!!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH day for Portland, Ore., where she will attend a national convention of the P. E. O. society. She is not expected home for a month. Robert •Harrington left for' Iowa City Saturday to begin his fifth year at the uniyerslty and his second year in the'.law echool. vMr^.HftrringJon and Jlobert took Bernice to Grii}- ne}l Tuesday afierpoon, »nd she en- will Cedar Falls * week 0*0 is taking her Jtest ye^r ot acfcwl mmto a* *.'S. ?. C. JVs4 Cterfbel are sWWren of the p*v, tered Grlnnell as 9. freshman Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Callahan Battle Creek, Mich., and the latter's sister JCatherine Burns, < of West Union, stopped Sunday for a visit at the James Burns home en route to EsthervtUe for a visit with the parents* of Mrs. Callah^n and Miss Burns. Jtfr. Callahan is an underi taker and Miss Burn? is a beauty operator at West Union. S-F: Burns la employed as salesman at the Elbrt garage. Mrs. Bert Uorwood, ot Clarfon, spent test Wednesday, and Thursday with friends here, a guest of •*_-*• w « J, Manga?.' Slie r*jp.ort«4 Mr- ""wood, who has Iwsen m Jn bed Closing Out Sale -'' •••••- •'•'.. '. -' ':.'.„,. •'., We are going to move across the street into the .building first door east of the Goeders store. Mr. Rumhey has moved out and carpenters, plumbers, and masons are now at work remodeling the store room. When Jceady we will occupy it w'th a new stock of shoes and hosiery. We expect to open up,in the new location about October first. Our present stock of shoes, hosiery; and furnishings will be closed out where it"is. We will move nothing to "the ne ,v. store except shipments that have arrived since September fjirst. These shipments were bought for the new store. All merchandise that was on hand on or before September first will be closed out at our present location. The new store will be filled with new shoes and hosier/now waiting to be shipped. We will hold a . • - ','.':..' •-•• .-,. • . • '•••_ _ .. ' - ; •.•-.. •• . * • Removal Sale ' . ••. -'-I'v • in earnest for now we know where we are at and just what we are going to do. I am determinea to close out our present stock just where tt is and will cut prices lower and lower until every dollar's worth of it is sold It will be price appeal at Neville's from now to October }, You know the merchandise-we handle, good standard shoes and furnishings, For this sale, "from now to October 1st" we will make prices so lo^ that you" will have to 1 buy. Your own good judgment and sense of economy will compel you to save money when you have a cfcwn^e, T^* time to buy is when * go* honest stock like this is thrown Oft tfce market. Then you ge,t gpofl merchandise and get tt ftt bargain prices. You need shoes and clothes for winter. We w$nt to close put tMl ftWft so it will be easy tor us to get together. You Fiji save money thing you buy at Neville's between now and October 1st. Mr. JW?'r THE S«OJS

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