Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1931 · Page 8
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PAOB TEN Raymond Oliver returned Monday from Mason City, where she spent a few days with hnr mother, Mrs. Hary Qtnelln. Mrs. May ' Donner, Albert TJoa, Minn., and her niece Ruby .Donner spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Isabella MelgRS. The Baptist Loyal class will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Claud S.im- Spn. Mrs. Moe nnd Mrs. Thomas Bhultz are assisting; hostesses. \ i The Rev. P. .1. Braner went to I-iU •yerne Tuesday evening; to attend the ^Lutheran pastoral conference held there Wednesday and Thursday. •'•' Theo. Chrischilles returned .yesterday from Chicago where he spent several days buying ready-to-wear or the Chrischilles & Herbst store. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Vincent and their daughter Ora went to De.s Moines yesterday to spend the rest of the week with the Vincent's son Elsworth. Mrs. Maurice Cullen and son Terry went to their home at Oel •weln Monday after a week n t the home of the former's father, An ton Strait. Lucia Hart, R. 'N., who has been caring for her aunt, the lute Mrs. Helen Chubb, the last 14 months, •went to her 'home at Spokane, Wash., Monday. Agnes Killian, employed as office manager for the Chamberlin company, of Omaha, spent the week-end with relatives, returning to Omaha Sunday evening. W. H. G-odden and son Billy returned Sunday night from Clear Lake, S. D., where they had been since Friday looking after a farm Mr. Godden owns. Mrs. Opal Sarchett Morrison spent the week-end with her parents, the Mark Sarchetts, who farm north ol town. Opal teaches public school music at Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert, Harold Cowan, Cliff Alfs, Aubrey Bonham, and Dr. .John Kenefick were Algonians attending Homecoming at Iowa City Saturday. Mrs. Harry Moore returned to her home at San Antonio, Texas, Saturday night after a visit since last Thursday with her father. D. A. Haggard, who is ill at his home. Mrs. E. V. Shore and Mrs. Roscoe Call, of Des Moines, are expected today for a week-end visit with relatives. They will be the guests of Mrs. Shore's sister, Mrs. A. Hutchison. The First Lutheran women will serve a chicken dinner at Luther hall this evening, beginning at five o'clock. The menu appears in an advertisement elsewhere in this paper. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Frederick and two children returned Tuesday from a several day visit with relatives at Cedar .Fall* and Waterloo.- Mr.' Frederick Is a John Deere representative. Hattle Wilson, normal training teacher at the high school, spent the week-end with her parents at Sprlngville. Her sister Minnie accompanied her to Algona for a week's visit. : Mrs. M. SI. Neal, of Dexter, and son Rawson, went home lns.1 week Wednesday nfter a week with Mrs. Neat's mother. Mrs. K. ,1. Rawson. Mrs. Neal will be" remembered as Zedonna Rawson. County Agent K. R. Morrison and H. D. A. Muriel liody are spending the wek at Ames attending n conference for Farn/ Bureau agents, home demonstration agents and extension specialists. Mr. and Mrs,'Elmer Ellis and the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Ellis, of Kmmetsburg, spent Tuesday af ternoon here on business and calling on relatives. Mrs. Mary Ellis is a cousin of Mrs. Susie Engler. Mrs. James Biggins, of Fort Dodge, and her granddaughter, Mary Catherine Cain, went home Tuesday the latter's father, Marvin Cain, Milwaukee railway postal clerk. Dr. W. D. Andrews took Mrs. Andrews to Mason City last week Wed; from there-took a bus for a week-end Visit. fedw. McMahon, Hlllrose, Colo., brother of S. B. McMahon, returned Friday from an extended visit With relatives and friends at -points in Minnesota. He will visit here several weeks before returning to Hillrose. Edw. is a bachelor. Mrs. Edythe Daliey, went to Minneapolis Saturday for several days. She Is taking instruction in giving? Carawave permanent waves. Mrs. Dailey operates two shops here, .one over Bloom's store, and the other over the Iowa State bank, v LUTHERAN PASTORS HOLD CONVENTION Whlttemore, Oct. 20 — Delegates and ministers of the, Iowa district of the Algona circuit met at the Algona Trinity Lutheran- church and many I members of the congregations of this circuit attended the afternoon services. The Rev. Mr. Kalltz, of , St. John's congregation, of Fenton, ' is advisory, and the Rev. Mr. Rich mann, of St. John's, at Burt, was appointed temporary secretary a,nd each minister had certain objects nesday nnd from there Mrs. Andrews j wh , ch were bl . ought ^fore the con- went to Kirksvllle, Mo., via train. , Qn Qn Misslon ag fo , lows: Mrs. Andrews' father lives at Kirks-, The Rey M) . Rlchmnnn why the ville and she has other relatives pregent tlme shol)ld verge us to fill the Lord's Treasure; the Rev. Mr. Kltzman, Peace church, West Bend, Iowa City Mission; the Rev. Mr. Braner, Trinity church, Algona, Mission Schools; the Rev. Mr. Fiene, Imnumunl, Lotts Creek, Synodlcal Treasure; the Rev. Mr. Faulstlch, St. Paul's, Whittemore, Students Subsidy; the Rev. Mr. Stahmer, St. John's, Falrvllle, Church Extension; the Rev. Mr. Friedrlch, Zlon's, Hum- bo'.dt, Synod's budget; the Rev. Mr. Kablltz, St. John's, Fenton, Financial situation. there. Mrs. Frank Green returned Monday from Waterloo, where she, had been since Friday visiting with her daughters, Mrs. Nellie Elger and Sadie. Sadie is employed in the office of the Gamble Robinson fruit concern. Mrs. Laura Paine and Mrs. K. D. James returned Sunday from Iowa City where they had been since Friday attending the university homecoming and visiting with the George Frees. Mrs. Free is a daughter of Mrs. Paine. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs and Mrs. E. J. Rawson spent Sunday at, Ames with their daughters, Jujja Dearchs and Esther Rawson. Julia, is a sophomore at the state collej and Esther is assistant registrar''at the college. Among hunters who tried their luck when the season opened on ducks Tuesday were C. H. Haxton and C. H. Chapman, the latter the manager of the A. & P. company. They went to Eagle lake, where they got the limit. Mrs. A. A. Sterling received a $5 fourth prize from the Lilly funeral home, in Des Moines, in a contest to name -an illuminated tower built by the home. Mrs. Sterling's suggested name* for the tower was Beacon of Reliance. Mrs. Anton Anderson, Mrs. Lorene Simmons, Mrs. Alice Sabln and Mrs. Susie Engler spent Friday at | Mason City. Mrs. Frank Green ac-j companied them to Mason City and j 09 PEOPLE REGISTER AT CALL PARK THIS YEAR Paul Wllle, custodian of the Am-' brose A. Call state park south of Algona, reports that 85,809 people passed through the park this year and registered. This number Is inclusive from January 1 to October 1, but does not include the many thousands of people who went through the park but failed to register. The park is especially beautiful at this time of the year with trees in brilliant coloring. 11 Go to State Meeting- Eleven members t>f the Plum Creek Literary society attended the state Federation meetings jtt Webster City last week Tuesday. Those who went were Miss Elsie Willrett, Mrs. Lela. Seeley, Mrs, Grace Phii- llps, Mrs. Lorn Raney, Mrs. Ma'fy Olson, Mrs. Nellie McWhorter, Mrs. Kate McCorlde,' Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Mrs. Mae FItgerald, Mrs. Laura Benschoter, and Mrs; lone Bacon. The'party enjoyed the trip, .and It Is hoped that more will go next year for the meeting will be held at Em- metsbu,rg. 05 Women Piny Bridge— Mesdames E. R. Morrison, E. C. Handier, and J. C. Mawdsley entertained 65 women at dinner and bridge at the Wm. K. Ferguson home last Thursday night. At 6:30 a two-course dinner was served at small tables decorated In autumn colors. High bridge scores were won by Mrs. . Jos. Oreenberg. and Mrs. F. D. Mnthes.' Mrs. Burton Thorpe won a prize" for having: an average score and»Mrs. Mathes al so won a traveling prize. Fall Festival Is Postponed— The Catholic parish fall festival, scheduled for next week, has been postponed and will not be held tfll next year. The past few years the festival has been held In the schoolhouse, but because of adding the 12th grade this fall all the rooms are being used. It Is planned to hold the festival hereafter late In the summer or early fall so it can be held on the schoolgrounds. Woman's Clnb Meets Tomorrow— The Woman's club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the library. A report of the district convention at Webster City last week Tuesday will be given by the delegates. Following the report Ella Thompson will give a boo.k report on Red Bread, a Russian story. Following the book report Mrs. Sylvia Gunn will play a number of Russian piano selections. Roy L. French, head of the department o'f journalism of the University of Southern California, at Los Angeles, lias written for six issues of the Advance for study by classes in journalism this winter. giiests came, in Halloween costume* and masksf and" the evening' was apfctit In Halloween fashion telling fortunes, playing games, etc, ' At 10 O'clock refreshments were served. Besides the 20 teachers, 35 mem« bers of the Sunday school were present; Wntanyang Meet at Fefgrtsoii's— ' The' ,wa-tan-ynns : ( meet'; every Tuesday night 'for dinner nt Mrs. Wm. K, 'Ferguson's.v There are 18 membersHn ;the'.Vloctil I .fcltib. « Mary Mitchell • Is president. ' The. past summer the glub met at the Country club '\clubhouso. Tuesday night's program : consisted 6£ sevel-nl vocal selections by Grace Miller, instructor of music In the local schools, Past Matrons Form New Club— Last week Tuesday past matrons of the O. 'E. S. met at the Masonic Temple and organized a , Past Matron's club. Regular meetings will be held on the last Tuesday If each month. Tuesday the past matrons enjoyed a one o'clock luncheon at the temple, and spent the afternoon sewing curtains for the dining room of the temple.' Oronp Meeting Here Today— The Methodist W. H. M. S. will hold a group meeting at the church today at 10:30. - A covered dish luncheon will be served at noon with coffee and potatoes furnished by the committee. Each member Is requested to bring one covered dish and sandwiches. Teacher's Sister Honored— Drusilla Caughlln and Hattie Wilson entertained 12 at/bridge Tuesday night in honor of the latter's sister, Minnie Wilson, of Springville. High bridge score was won by Miss.Wilson. After bridge refreshments were served. Other Society News The R. N. A. club meeting has been postponed from next week Tuesday to Wednesday afternoon , goelktidrt Meeting The m«*««* ^1 be held at the it, .O. O. t *,. hall a Andrew" (Jodfl*dflo 2!36 2!3 w and. Mrs., i3. J. Hartshorn as h Mrs. j. S. Auner entertained h< bridge club last Thursday afternoot Bridge was played at three/table with Mrs. fi. A. Schemel winnlnj high score. Guosts.pf the club We« Mesdames F. D. Williams, X<.;M Rice, nnd O. W. Stlllman; A£t<W> the game refreshments were servea. The L. O. A. class of the Congrej gntlonal church meets this evening at 7'30 wit" Mrs. Theo. Larson,. iMrs -vV" 33. Laird, Mrs. J. W- *» and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf hos tesses. Costumes nre to be/worn. The Child Study club met.Tues day nCternoon with Mrs. M. U, Mor row. The topic, The Parent Faces ., jg a New World, was in charge of Mrs, *«• Morrow and Mrs. Chester Long. The Alpha Delphlnns will meet next week Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 -with Mrs. M. j. Strelt, Mrs. J. S. Auner will have charge of the program. . St. Thomas Guild meets next week Thursday with Mrs. Alfred Jergen- JBon. i iteWay^f. To Mark "Where You Feel at Attend Party at Clarion— Mesdames Henry Becker, E. F. Griffith, Harry Wilson, W. H. Cummins, E. L. DeZellar, Fred Geigel, Frank'Thorpe, and Twylah Barthol omew attended a one o'clock lunch' eon at Mrs. Bert Harwood's in Clar ion yesterday noon. Mr. and Mrs. Harwood made Algona their home a few years when Mr. Harwood was employed with the state highway commission. S. S. Board Entertains Teachers— The Methodist Sunday schoo board entertained 20 teachers at the parsonage Monday night. All the D nan jnnc LOST 20 IBS. OF FAT IN JUST 4 WEEKS Mrs. Mae West of St. Louis, Mo., writes: "I'm only 2S yrs. old and weighed 1ZO Ibs. until ta«!ng one box of your Kruschen Salts just 4 weeks ago. I now weigh 150' Ibs. I also have mare energy and furthermore I've 1 never had a tamgry moment." Fat folks aliould take one half teaepoonful of Kruschen: Salts in a glass of hot water every morning before breakfast—an 85 cent bottle lasts 4 weeks*—you can get Kruschen at E. W. Bushes or any drug store in America. If not joyfully satisfied after the first bottle money back. COOKIE Ain> COFFEE l»EMO7f,- STBATMm SATUKDMLT, OCTOBER Z4 SPECIALS FRIDAY 1IT1> SATURDAY Pork and Bteans* * tor 85e (Regular lOte' size 1 ,) Peanut Butter quart 25c Elbow Macaroni! ft !**• I** Pep Bran Flakes^ •->' Good grade of Cbrnv String. Beans Peas, Pumpkin,. Tbnratoesi Kraut, No. 2 IOC, size can : •*- *^*^ Bacon Squares. pw Good Bacon '- P«r IB. 20e Young Beef, Pork, Teaf, Clilcft«w FRESH FISH? FBID'AT FRESH OYSTERS DAIT/r TOP PRICES FOK EGGS' H.R.SORENSEN&CO, Phone 189. We cainoiaaininnonan ,'|?n|accordance with our policy of providing uur . a ^pitnerB.with the newest and latest styles wehavel ""iirfeijuriied from a successful trip to market. Wet secured a beautiful new line of coats and pretty, individual garments at POPULAR Vfe cannot emphasize the quality-price combhut, too strongly. Here are warm, stylish, fur-trii| coats of the most dependable quality at such exlS • : jly low prices as $11.75, $15.00, and $19.75. Prettyl • / dresses at $6.75, $11.75, and $19.75. '•;• '" ,-: ' '1 i:'.''TbiB r mid-season market trip has always beenonJ > Chrischilles & Herbst's most successful events; brings Chicago and New York to Algona. It slijj Kossuth county women what is being worn in J style centers of the United States. It identifiegj] store as one of the leading dry goods and centers in Northwest Iowa. ; ^. .Year in and year out you may depend on thissti., ; ^ furnish you quality merchandise at the lowest L !' sible price. You will find here now just whatyoiij looking; for in coats and dresses at the price your to pay. Come in and see for yourself. ••••^••^^•••••^^^^•^••••^^^^^•••^^^^•••i^^^^^^H^^^^^^Hi^^^^^^^^HHU^^^Hw^^^^^^^^Bl^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BHHl^^^^^BHHi^^^^^BHii^^^^BBBi^^^' Wm. C. Steele says — .A.: CLOTHING Prices Lower Than Ever Immense Selection — New Styles — Guaranteed Quality Nothing Can Stop Us Now—Nothing Reserved—All Are On Sale CROWDED! PACKED! JAMMED! It's a Sale that has already been accepted by the people of Algona and surrounding country for a hundred miles as the most sensational sale event in years. Every aisle jammed! Every counter surrounded by smiling, good-natured bargain-seekers! The buying was fast and furious! Better hurry! Time will pass in a hurry! Don't miss out on these super-savings! Permit us to list but a few of the hundreds of bargains you will find throughout the store. MIGHTY/ - SENSATIONAL; - EXTRAORDINARY/ ^^is our Great Clothing Sale in which we defy Mail Order Houses, Local Competition, Broadcasting Stations and House to House Canvassers. SPECIAL FOR ONE DAY ONLY Saturday, Oct. 24 Men's Rayon Silk Sox, 5c pair We are going to place on sale Saturday from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. 200 pairs of men's fancy Rayon Silk Sox for 5c a pair. One pair to a customer. None sold to children. All brand new fall and winter colors and patterns. All sizes. Men's Heavy Ribbed Union Suits Ecru color, elastic rib, long sleeves and legs, sizes 36 to 46. While they last Men's Dark Blue Overalls Suspender back, cut over a liberal pattern, good weight. The lowest price in years Men's Work Sweaters The first time in years that they ever sold so low. Here is your chance Men's Blue Denim * Blanket Lined Jackets Full cut heavy blue denim with heavy blanket lining. Curduroy collar. A value worth shouting about at— $1.15 Su|s SPECIAL for SATURDAY, OCT. 24 FOR MEN and YOUNG MEN And now—read these prices out loud. Included In this group are such famous makes as HAHT SCHAFFNEH &, MARX, formerly sold for $25 to $27,50, now— O'Coats SPECIAL for SATURDAY, OCT. 24 Genuine Niggerhead or Worsted Curl Unquestionably the buying opportunity of 1931—Words or figures cannot express the appeal of the values. The cloth in these garments is made by the American Woolen Mills, so it is doubly guaranteed. $19.65 $14.85 Men's' Dress Hats The new fall styles and colors. In all sizes and most all silk lined. ' $4.00 values Men's 36-inch Sheep Lined Coats Belted all-around, reinforced pockets, lined sleeves, generous sized beaverized collar. Look at this price Boys' Longie Suits New up-to-date styles, This is a saving chance that may never be offered you again at Florsheim Shoes Our entire stock of Plorsheini shoes and oxfords must go $10.00 values now at half price at We'have smashed the prlces^now it's up toy*' for.! •F ^p ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^w^^ ^^HHPI^^ ^^^ ^^^^DPIj^^ 'T^^^^^f ^^^^^^^M^^^P W^W^MMI^^W imPIB^UPP OTHHJHIII "Algona'* Sett Clothe* Store" i Ji-^j** 1 ™^

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