Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1931 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 22, 1931
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K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Other Marian, and Hartshorn, employed In shop over Bloom's store, with her parents, at day HI at her p. Miss An, .N.,. of., St,. Benedict, Is r her .Mrs. irwin. Willson, of V,.went home Monday his Sunday with Irwln a M nnd Mrs. Lester Will,i 1S a Rook island railway .' Mangan and.sons John W ent to Omaha Friday O t Mrs. Mangan's sis- George Mangan. >rk. !StS Mrs. ^ —~ . tended homecoming - at college Saturday. He'was t there last year. L Wille, wife of .the cus the Ambrose A.'Call state been seriously sick since *y. A nurse, Miss Kyle has been attending her ,(g a re being made at Iowa jetermlne the cause.. Sizabeth, Bowen, who has '- 111 with- gall stones , „„«,..,., with his parent^, | Mrs. Jacob Johnson. H^., ••.„.,„ ,, BU , to Ames tomorrow to visit with another sister, and will leave,tor hontc from there. Mr. Job'nsori' Is auditor In the American Bank & Trust company at Denver. ' ; ' /;; -Katharine Kaln Is teaching freshman, sophomore and Junior English and. freshman Latin at St^Ceoblla'u Academy. She began work.... last week Monday. Katharine Is* well equipped tor this position. , she is —. a graduate of the local high school 5 and the state unlvrslty ot Wlscon- ^~" sin. Katharine Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Kain. Mrs. J, .j. Clark, Mason-City, E. W. Clark, Des Molnes, arid frreaer> Ick Clark, ot Ames, were Sunday guests of the Rev. and Mrs. F. ,1. Clark. Mrs. Clark Is the Rev. Mr. Clark's mother, B. W. Is his:,brother and Frederick Is the son of MY. and Mrs. Clark, who Is a sophomore at the state college. E. W. is state commissioner ot insurance, ' ' K. P. Keith nnd his granddaughter Zora Keith will leave for Long Beach, Calif., next week Wednesday via train. Kora accompanied her grandfather west last year. She Is a registered nusse and- did aonie wovk while in the west last year-.. Zora took her training at: Mercy hospital at Mason City. Mr. Keith will close his house for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Krantv, and children, of Titonlui, and Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Asa, of near Sexton, spent Sunday with'Mr. and Mrs. L. T<3. Krantz. Raymond Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Krantz anil Mrs. Asa Is their daughter. L. R and Raymond went to Dakota, Neb. Monday, to buy cattle. They are ox pected home sometime this week end. Donald Rhode went to.Perry last Friday with Clarence Shllts,and visited his parents. Mr. Shilts was on his way to Nebraska, where his step-mother was seriously' 111. She died later and he remained for the funeral. Mr. Shilts was expectec back yesterday or today. Donalc Rhode returned Sunday .with Fr'e Shilts, who spent the day wltti/hi mother. - . ,..'•'' '' Edgar Flnnell, Peter Chubb.'anc Hoyt Raney spent the week-eni: fob'bins hospital • Is; report slowly. vDr. Bowen, of a brother-'hv-law of Mrs. :';here last'week to see is 77 years old. /. H. Cummins, of •nun* Variety store next 1 it o£ the Rexall, returned I from Minneapolis, .where •been'since Sunday on bus- Ira; Thea Haldeman helped tore during their, absence. Sltman, of Kingsley, re„ Cherokee junior college KteV spending the week-end friend, 'Mildred Capeslus. ai-e college-Churns, both ~^ Our Greatest October Selling Event. We believe this to be the greatest selling event for October in our history- Extensive preparations have been made, newest merchandise only will be available for you, and the highest quality and the lowest prices in many years will prevail. Make the most of this Value Event by coming early and selecting your merchandise while the stocks are the most complete. Plan to attend now! Thrilling News! Compare Quality Points and Prices. The extreme low market level prices assure you of greatest savings and bargains in years, while the ever- standard high quality of Goeders merchandise brings values of unequalled merit. We have had a great many October selling events, but this one promises to be the greatest ever, in quality, style, and low price. Drastic price reductions mean savings for you —a Jubilee of Blue Ribbon prize-winning Values! Smart New Silk Scarfs New tubular lined scarfs in the popular colorings, fine heavy quality $1.45 Establishing New Records in Values with this Classic Savings Event! to aching this td Mrs. Harold - Moore, of .'Minn., are parents of a , Lee, born recently. This _Irst child. This makes Mr. 1'ji M. Moore grandparents l : 5th time. Harold is in the te business with-an uncle lyille. (ark went to Mason City .Ight and from there accom- [is grandfather, ^Judge J. J. Jja'pwa City: for homecoming |. ; Joe Is the ,'son of the H. F. J. Clark and is a _ school student.. He ve- Jdme Sunday; fPotter, Florence Nelson, i, Eugene Keneflck spent .ursday and Friday in Des Em business and with.friends, las employed at the Kossuth •State bank -till ,.it closed, re with their respective parents. Th boys are attending the state cpllcg at Ames. Edgar Is the son ot M'. Finnell, and is a freshman In th electrical engineering school; Pete Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. .1" Chubb;, Hoyt is tho son of Mr. an Mrs. J. A. Raney. He is taking h second year in the veterinary co lege. Mrs. W. A. White returned ye tcrday from perry and Prairie Cit She was called to Perry last Thui day by news ot the death ot her brother, Arthur Brown, of heart trouble. He had been in ill health the past six months. He was 49 years old and was a farmer. He is survived by his widow. The .couple had no children. Mrs. White .visited her daughter, Mrs. Max Buck, at Prairie City Tuesday and yesterday. According to Tuesday's Mason City Globe-Gazette, the W. C. Pyles are spending a week or ten days In Washington and New York. Mr Pyle is receiver of National. banks in this part of the state, and has two in this county, with offices here He visits Algona on an average;>o once a week. He now lives at Ma son City, where, he has a receiver ship, but while closing : th e F^irs •National" bank here, lie" llvSt InT*" gona. . .„:•,.., Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Witmer,. pf t Des Moines, stopped at : Ames;; en- J Florence is'fit;" the offices IKeneflck' &' Keneflck; • |. G. Dewel suffered •a. pain mt Monday evening .when she was trying to raise fel jht two fingers on her left -id cut them nearly to the frs. Dewel Is with .her daugh Burton Thorpe, above the . store on Call street, and John Kerndt, ot Chi .itea from last Thursday til r with their uncle and aunt ; Mrs. J. T. Chrlschilles. tent to Spring Valley, Minn., for a visit with.other rela- expected to visit relatives >g before returning to the L Mlkkelson, of Minneapolis, Vorking at the Gamble store (k Wednesday. He had been [for a Minneapolis bank till lie of the summer, but-has *n working with Gambles, sted In opening a new store son, Min., before coming , Hanson, his son Paul, Mil- Jton, and Supt. W. 8. Shirley I the 6kobolis"<iTue«day,-wl»ere "it fishing, taking their guns case they found any ducks. Were only a few ducks on the it they were unable to get them. They got their limit •oute to Algona' and brought -with' them Irene Dalziel and Dorothy Samson for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson. Mrs.'WItmec is a daughter of Mr. Lusby, and Irene Is a daughter of Mrs. Lusby, Dorothy Is. a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samson. Irene and Hazel' are freshmen at the state college. Mr Wltmer is an attorney. . . .....' Etta Bacon entertained twelve girls Friday night in hono.r.qf Zgra Keith, who leaves next week Wed, nesday for Long Beach, CalUVwith her grandfather, E. P. Keith, Bridge Was played at two tables' -With" Ca mllla Reibhoff and Adris- Peterson winning high scores. After brldgi refreshments were served'. <• Other, guests were Helen Johnson, Florj ence seeman, Erma Fix,-fcucille, ^f terson Lennls Freeh, Ei'ma-Hanne IV1DV4*, Jjvy»»i..« — r gan, Capltola Gould, and Tekli Relckes. '""£ '*;;'•>,''i? The American Legion held"a"nteet ine at the hall Tuesday night an officers for the year. Of fleers are: Commander, , A. L. Cun nlngham; first vice commander, t E Stephenson; second vjce comman der, Herman Wi"ert; third vice;conv mander John Kohlhaaaj-'-adjlltan joe Bloom; finance, officer, Koy ,McMahon; Historian, Walter - Loren* chaplain, -Dr. AValter, *™»F«§ 'g«ant-at-arms, Chan '-Bailey; execu- 'tlve' committeeman, Q. , >D. Brurt- dage.' Arrangements for observing Armistice Day were made. H^ M, mlth is retiring commander. • _ Margaret Hum, who hasTDemtrew- iartha Pool, who. has ,ie> sister, 'Mffl, ,Wn». -A past six weeks, returned I home in Flint. Mich,, Frl- |8h« accompanied her son fool, and her daughter, Mrs. [Chrlstensen and husband, o< who visited here several days jtheir departure. . ' pnena Qulnn and ' Caroline l*o la visiting,here from Sey FPent the week-end at Iowa Jtendlng the ;ynlver»lty home |. They w er« g^ests - of Phil •sulster Madonna^who te' a in at the university. Phllo ' * graduate of .the university p «^iiooi jar. nv)rses. .., . _ ^ ^ white,' who 1 '-* is ' attendlni \ Washington. ijn,Jvei' a ityi a ^ tton, D. C., has been pledged & Nu social fraternity. AJ I who are members o| thli «y are Wm. Steele,- Georg 'aul Trauger, powW 'Pewe Wney, J u u u8 W jn' - — " |Wd the Bev. F, J. -«,. T . |and Mrs. Martin Wlt*el. o " 111., and Mr. and Mrs. B "• of Gowrle, visited Tues yesterday with Mrs. pals r 4. Mrs, L. jv. pptter. Mr Ijw * cousin of Mrs. Cpok and *»%. an,d Mr, and Mrs. Til> theli- parents. Mr. and Mrs, I are both 81 years old. m «» McMahon spent S*turd»y ~ at Onmha with friend^. -n-^v, who is $niD|pyQd 9$ the f Lu Verne^ .acoowapanted him fl " Council »BJ«$s~'. wtoe«j 'slue which is used by „ south Bend. Margaret is a uate of the Algona high school Af- graduation she attended , I. 8- ther she was as an in-1 i News of the death '&^ *•*$ - • ••; BreeThead of the dental'school fhe University of Iowa, was a shock to Dr. A. L. Rlst,,who was a member 6£ the same graduating ^JftJI't^ 4 HS Doctor E**$6n Jn 1888. WPvw^*i|v " remained at the schools an m- Poctor once Ing. While he teacher. jljag -at-1 BwR 1 te * * «»»«• *#v£ their Blue Ribbon Specials Offerings From Bedding Department Colonial type Bed Spreads New small design, blended colorings $2.75 Extra Special Wool Blankets 70x80 reversable solid colors All wool Colonial Blankets 72x84 Reversable two- toned colors $9.95 Rayon satin Comforters Machine quilted and corded edges $10.00 $5.00 Cotton . Sheet Blankets 70x80 fine heavy quality, now each 69c Part Wool Double Blankets 70x80 Nashua Mills, new plaids $2.75 Blue Ribbon Special Stylish Read-to- Wear The very newest in fine Coats and Dresses are being offered during this Value Event; assemble your wardrobe now! Smart New Jersey Dresses Ultra stylish non-sag, materials, fashioned In the latest sfyles, one and two-piece mod-/ els, new colors and sizes 14, to Blue Ribbon Specials Girls'and Misses' Correct Apparel Girls and Misses have a mode all their own, and Goeders have just the things for the smartest ensembles and complete wardrobes. Pictured here are two leaders in Coats and Dresses that we're sure you'll like. Won't you coine in? NEW JIFFY DRESSES In Jersey and wool .crepe are the smart thing just now. Misses and Junior styles in navy, wine, green, brown, and red, sizes 12% to 20 $3.45 and $4.95 SMART JUNIOR COATS Hot new styles that .are warm and smart, coat values that have individuality. The new brpwns, black, navy, and mixtures ' $11.75 and $19.50 Goeders Special SILK HOSE Rollins run-stop, full- fashioned chiffon or service, all sizes and colors. 79c ABC Prints New patterns, gorgeous colorings that are boil and wash proof. Now 22cyard 36-in. New Percales Now12£c 36-in. , Dark Outing Nowl2£c Gels Sanitary Pad* Now 19c *, Kotex 3 boxes and 1 Kleenex 95c 36-in. Comforter Challie* 13c yard Flannel* and Jersey* Fmelaon-sag all wool new| colorings and pat[ •*' terns i $1.95 yard New Fall Novelty Jewelry Smartest new style flurries in beads, brooches, ear rings 59c $1.00 Special Values in Pumps When in doubt choose pumps. We have them in kid, suede and silk $5.00 Smart New Capeskin Glove* Long slip-on style in fine quality contrast^ trim—all sizes * f- $1.95 Blue Ribbon Specials IN SHEETING 44 $5.95-$6.95 81x90 bridal bed sheets _—,~f 1.99 Bed Extra specials in tine sheeting are priced at new low prices during this Jubilee, - ag^in Sroving that it pays to buy at Goeders. Fill your winter Sheeting needs now! Children's Part Wool Sweater* 81x90 Saxon sheets 42-in. Bridal pillow cases 80c 42-in. Saxon low cases . :4|Mn. colored hena cases -„—89e Colored hem sheet sets Special Bath Towels Values, * , $1.00 Littls Boys'Wool Jersey Suit* tittle Girls' WPQl Jersey Dr«*»e* $1.95 Infants' Wear You will find ; a complete selection of infants' wear at this store, hundreds of desiraWe arti-' cles with prices about one-third lower than during the past season. v! Little Colonel Play Suits 69c Hundreds of large fluffy dou-v ble loop towels with tinted ders 15c and 24c 45-in. Lace Curtain Panels Better qualities, smart . new designs, values up ;i to $1.75, now ; $1 _ - 36-in. ;; .Drapery Cretonnes 19c « , Ruffled Curtain Set* Values to |2.00, now 98c set 44 to 45-in- Drapery Damask 98cyard Smart Reptile Slippers in step-in pumps and tie* patterns, perfect fitting,/ values up to $12.50' . $7.50 Smart Silk Umbrella. in the hot new stub mul- . tiple rib style — black, ( navy, $3.45 ilPlpi^^ ^^.^Jff, s / ,

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