Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 29, 1931
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TAP* TWO AtWAMfltt At^ONA. CLEAN-UP SALE We sell about 50 overcoats every fall. This year, as usual, we received 50 new up- to-the-minute men's overcoats. We have no place for them in the new store so have decided to close them out at the old stand. Friday and Saturday, October 80 and 81 we will make prices that will clean them out in a hurry. The $18.00 overcoats will be sold at —$9.95 The $22.50 overcoats will be sold at _$12.50 We also have 47 sheep-lined corduroy coats to sell at $4.98. This same coat sold last year at $8.50. In this clean-up sale you get the men's for $4.98 and the boys' at $3.50. The new store is crammed jammed full of new shoes and hosiery. What we have in the old store will be on sale until Saturday, November 7. What is left will be shipped to Humboldt November 9. Buying goods at this clean-up sale is like making love to a widow—you cannot overdo it. Wholesale prices and less on everything in this clean-up sale at the old stand. Jimmie Neville SHOE MAN ALGONA, IOWA ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^~^^^—— OFFICERS FOf ,1 WOMEN NAM Graham'* parents at W«t*t«r City. The Mite ibclctV ifhfceti.tWi **?<« at *fr*-I*-;fc;;»frtetH*'*, J. O. ED Burt, Oct. 27 — Officers elected by 27 Portland F. B. women at Mrs. Alfred oodtredsen's .last week Wednesday afternoon. Organization of project work for 1932 was completed. The program consisted 01 roll call, answered with «»votlte winter bouquets; magazine article, Iva Trunkhlll; reading, Mrs. Henry Edward PalHeV %Kh ScHr<ied<er, Raymond Blelch and Wendell Patterson, Ames students, spent the week-end with their parents. Mrs. Louise Thompson went to Omaha last week Wednesday afternoon to visit her sister, Mrs. C. J. Dutton, for a week or two. The Elbert Sewlek fatally. Rock If I J18 JRIE AT tTTUB ) MONDAY BANCROFT selections. Officers Mrs. were Smith; and piano nay McWhorter. elected as follows: township chairman, Mrs. Ed Dlttmer; vice chairman Mrs. Wyott Stott; second vice chairman, Mrs. Garnle Hood; publicity chairman, Mrs. Lewis McWhorter; secretary, Mrs. W. Rlngs- dorf- treasurer, Mrs. S. M. Peterson; "operators; No. 1, Mrs. Bernard Phelps; No. 2. Mrs. Carl Carlson; No. 3, Mrs. A. Godfredsen'. No. 4, Mrs. Hans Koestler; No. 5, Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee; No. 6, Mrs. W. Ring* dorf No. 7, Mrs. Garnle Hood; No. 8, Mrs. Tony'Jamil: NO. 9, Mrs. Theo Engler. The November meeting will be In district No. 9 with Mesdames Theo., Engler, Ray McWhorter, Will C.rover, Grant 1-aii' banks, and 'Lewis McWhorter tesses. hos- IOWA COAL Car On Track Order Now F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Secret Marriage Is Announced— The marriage of Edith Walker, daughter of Mrs. Carl Bahling, and George Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs J H. Schroeder, has recently been announced. The marriage took place last May at Fairmont, „ Minn. George was a member of last year s graduating class and Mrs. Schroeder is a senior this year. Mrs. Schroeder has gone to Greenfield to stay with her grandmother, and her husband will join her there within a few weeks. Greenfield Belatlve In Visit— Vere Ayres and daughter Shirley, Greenfield, visited from Saturday to Sunday at the Carl Bahling home. He took back with him his parents, Mr and Mrs. John Ayres, who had been spending several weeks with their daughter, Mrs. Bahling Q Their I granddaughter, Mrs. G. W. Schroeder, also returned with Valley, and Lura Sewlek, who teaches at Harris, spent the week-end at the H, G. A. Sewlek home. The K. J. Smith family went to Jefferson Saturday to vtalt at R. C. Smith's. They also attended the football game at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Morris, Rothsay, Minn., visited Sunday at the J. D. Graham home. They are relatives of Mrs. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald returned to Emmetsburg Sunday after spending a week with John's father, O. P. McDonald. Will Toebben, Chicago, spent several days last week with his mother, Mrs. Will Toebben. Mr. Toebben is a mail clerk. Mrs. J. P. Stow, Mrs, Eliza Stow, Mrs. F. O. Stow, and Mrs. J. G. Sew- Ick visited at Clarence Moore's near Titonka Friday. J. G. McDonald, R. A. Blelch, B. W. Brooke, and Charles Hanna at-' tended a night football game at Fort Dodge Friday. The E. D., R. E., and C. A. Moyer and Hans Koestler families were Sunday dinner guests at the W. T. Moyer home. Bancroft, Oct. 27 — Funeral ser vices for Mrs. Mary Frledmann Hackl, of Dubuque,. were held at St. John's Catholic church day Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Trainer and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Trainer spent Sunday with friends at Truman, Minn. • Irma Davison, who teaches at Sioux Rapids, spent the week-end with her parents, the W. J. Davl- sons. Mr. and Mrs. Max Smith, Eldora, spent the week-end with Mrs. Smith's parents, the James Olloms. Hannabelle Giddings visited her aunt, Mrs. Emily Breckner, at Whlt- temore from Friday to Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Smith returned Friday J11II O %^«Vl.***'•!*> •*,..»-- —— -- ^ Ully morning at 10. Mrs. Hackl died at St. Francis Home In DubU que last week Wednesday after four days Illness of pneumonia. She was born at Canton, Ohio, March 16 1850, and was married to Paul Hack at Luxemburg In 1869. In 1880 they moved to Granvllle and then to 'Ban croft in 11891. The following chll dren survive her: Joseph of Wynot Neb., Susie Hackl of Haven, S. D. Lena Hackl of Petersburg, Mrs Theresa Moran of St. Paul, am Paul Hackl of Hoven, SI D. Ther are also five sisters and one broth er: George Frledmann of Alton, Mrs Kate Dlebrlch of Granvllle, Mrs Anna Gaul, of Los Angeles, Mrs Regina AVelpert of Dubuque, an Mrs. Lena Bauer of Dubuque. He husband died in 1911. Mrs. Hack spent the last ten years of. her HI at St. Francis Hpme at Dubuqu and at the home of the Rev. J. H. Frledmann, her cousin, at St. Petersburg, where her daughter Lena was housekeeper. Out of town relatives who attended the funeral are Geo. Frledmann of Alton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hackl and son Rudolph of Wynot and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kosch- mltler of Whlttemore. They were entertained at Jcseph *tinK«»oU last the took .4 ness ity. leniry yuj4 to (h« >*t» ho«tkll*l at at the hi tt«»U»l-- t Mr., n. Her home eipry rtw»" v ^ " — r The Ed Schemitiei family, Mrt: Mary Froehle, Mrs. J<* Vaske and son Ed, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank CRme hefe Froehle were at St. Paul Sunday, vhere they visited Henry **o**» who Is "I at St. Joseph's hospital- Mr. Froehle was operated on for appendicitis a'month ago and h** no" been getting along -very good i Is a son of Mrs. Mary *roen.e and a brother of Mrt Schemmel, Mrs. Vaske, and Frank Froehle. _____„ MM. John Lynch Is Strlekew- f Mrs-. John Lynch, 78, who lived with her son Joe Lynch, suffered a stroke Thursday .morning. Dr. j H. Lynch and Dr. McLaughlin, a specialist, came Thursday afternoon fom Sioux City to see her. A registered nurse from SlouX City Is caring for Mrs. Lynch. Dr. and Mrs. Lynch and daughter Joan spent Saturday and Sunday here Cher* ktfitned to Mont., last WkM r vtalt her Bl«t«r, Mrs, It, J, Guide, Her mother, MM, Atitt« McQulrk, who with Atitt« McQulrk, Lewjstown Second Card Tarty Is Given— ^ The second of a;, series of card parties given by the Missionary association of Catholic women was held at the Forester hall Thursay evening. High scores In BOO vere 'won by Mrs. Albert Hutchln them and will spend the grandparents. winter with her At lluttermakers Meeting— Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reynolds of St Paul; arrived Sunday for a visit at' the E. H. Staley home. Mrs. Reynolds is spending a week with her parents, and Mr. Reynolds went on to Mitchell, S. D., where he is attending a buttermakers' convention. Lease Holds Conference— The Rev. W. H. Lease preached at the Methodist church Sunday evening, and held the first quarterly conference of the year. Mrs. Lease and the Rev. Mr. Lease's father and uncle accompanied him. Attends Halloween Party— Margaret Morness attended a Halloween party at the nurseVhome in Algona Friday evening. Billie Bolllg and her sister, Seneca, were guests Friday at her home. 1,000 Hea.1 of Sheep Shipped In— C W Patterson shipped in l.OUU head of sheep last week. He bought them when he was in Montana a few weeks ago. Declain Contest Thursday— The local junior high declamatory contest will be held at the schoolhouse Thursday evening. Other Burt News. from Eldora, where she had spent several weeks with a friend. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ward, Pine City, Minn., visited Friday at- the G. C. Giddings home. Mrs. Lottie Loomis and Mr. Gilette, Humboldt, visited at the M. L Vinaas home Sunday. The Rebekah lodge will have a Halloween party in the lodge room Friday evening. Postmaster and Mrs. W. A. Mac Doris Huttoit to Washington— Postmaster-Editor and Mrs. R. E. Hutton drove to Mankato Saturday where they met their only child, Doris, who came home from Minneapolis. Last winter Doris took a civil service examination at St Paul, and Friday morning she re ceived a telegram from Washing ton, D. C., offering her a permanen position in the civil service. She eft for Washington Sunday eve nlng from Algona. She had heei private secretary with the North western Bell Telephone at Minnea polls since her graduation from th Arthur were visitors at Mason City Friday. The A. N. Jensen family spent th week-end with relatives at Graettin ger. ™,.,. Chambers, remained here and will make her home with her daugh. t«r, Mrs. Guide. Mrs. Chambers wilt be remembered a* Edna Fuller. Mr, and Mrs. Peter Bet-ens, daughters Reglna and Mrs, F. J. Welp are at bmaha. visiting the Lee Browns , and Leone Berens. Mrs Brown and Leone are daughters of the Peter Berens. Reglna teaches In the soneca consolidated school but they are havlnfe two weeks corn huaklng vacation now. Mr. and Mrs. William Llpp and daughter 'Katherlhe, of Waukonla Minn,, and Mrs. Joe Payette, o Chaska, Minn., visited at th,e A. H Fuchs home* from Thurnday t.n «iun day. Mrs. Llpp is a sister of Mrs Fuchs-and Mrs. Payette is a in^.ia. A.' : H. Fuchs 1 has the Fuchs hardware here. James'boocy Is the first farmer who reports being finished picking and cribbing his corn. Mord. than 2600 bushels of corn-were husked and cribbed In twof and one half days.' A-single row .and a double in Alpha, Mrs. ErlckBon. Mr. nnd *»» and son of on at the Paul Qramc, Mr. rj-«. "-" an IB - --•». — .«|*| ^ Mr. Kaupma Gratnes. Mrs - «. H. son, Attorney ton. She win 'aw, Mra.j. The j oe tlves a t Sunday. Mr. Cd at the prlntlng Harry Farrow ing for Sauk Center \t:ic \vuii "J *,*•-•'• . on and Peter Kramer. The bridge prizes were won by Mrs. L, F. Kennedy -and A. AJDroessler. Attend Funeral at Woden-— ' The George 'Wolfe family attend- Saturday afternoon. Mr. DeBruyn, Saturday afternoon. Mr. DtBruyn, Woden restaurant man, died last Monday at the Kossuth hospital In Algona following an accident which occurred Sunday near Titonka. Mrs. DeBruyn Is a sister of Mrs.'Wolf. Breaks Ann in Full at Rink- Homer Wolf- broke his right arm Sunday afternoon when he fell against the center post at the skat ing rink. He is the oldest son of the George Wolfs. Ships Cabbage to Cherokee- Harry Fechtner, farmer who lives' five miles southwest of Bancroft recently shipped a carload of cab- row corn ^ picker 'jvere In action the _flelds.'.. v: 'i',;V.-. ^,:/; : ^'v.;; ! ''i 11 ;;. Mr. and Mrs. F, M. Redlnger, of DeS •; Molnes, apent, .the week-end at the Joe Jenks home-' Mrs. Redlnger is a niece, of Mr.-Jenks. Mrs. Blanch Jenks, tejephone operator at : Ledyard spent Sunday ..'at' , the Jcnka Mr. and Mrs. and Minn., came Thur« fl , Frank McC'.ulrc's. fl ay Bankei attended and Mrs. a meotlns p , ' Mrs..John Kaupman, of'Owaton- no, Minn., Is Visiting her. daughter, Mrs. 'paulGrames, this; week. Mr. and Mrs. paUliGrnmes nnd two children met her at Albert Lea. Sunday evening. John Merrill and Alfred Dltsworth were at Lake KaronlsJ mear Paynes- vllle, Minn., fishing and John caught a northern pike-that weighed 18 pounds. He Is having the fish mounted.. Word was received here Monday morning of the arrival of a girl at the Vincent Wessel home at St. Paul. Vincent is a son, of Barney , --""K 01 Iowa bunkers at Port nesday evening. R. E. Mutton, H. x J. H. Sheridan at of Da.ve Haggard at afternoon. Mike U-nt.sdi h ns ])«,„ , nt his home the last rheumatism. William Quinn um l Joh '.M were at Albert i, ca on bu ' '' urday. EIGHT PERISH IN Lu Verne, Oct. 27^-A lam- on the N. w. Freeman Waft of town, tenanted by the GM L sen family, w as burned a *«k| Sunday night. Ten tons 0 ( jj team o£ horees, four calves M hogs were burned. T''""-'J to the roof o£ a corn extinguished department. by the _flt<' better gasoline FOOTBALL St. Cecelia's vs. Fort Dodge Academy SEE A SNAPPY GAME AT ATHLETIC PARK, ALGONA Sunday, November 1 Game called at 3 o'clock Admission: 15c for kids, 25c high school, 40c adults CROWD ATTENDS SCHOOL PROGRAM AT FOUR CORNERS Four Corners, Oct. 27— A Halloween program and pie social was given at the D. C. Gardner school, Union Dist. No. 6, Friday evening. A large crowd attended. The program is Halloween song, school; Welcome Ghost, Leon and Trella Gard; play, Scat, Evelyn Klatt, Albert Madson, and Lois Gardner; pantomime, Auld Lang Syne, Charlene Rath and Eugene Broderson; recitation, Halloween Luck to Order, John Standard Red Crown Balanced for All Conditii Hugh McDonald visited from Friday to Sunday at Elmer Nelson's in Fort Dodge. The Nelsons returned with him. Mrs. Maude Hanna took them him. Mrs. Maude Hanna took them back to Fort Dodge Sunday evening and remained till Monday. Geo. P. Hawcott left Friday afternoon for Marcus to attend a hog sale. From there he went to Sioux City, where he visited an old army comrade, and thence went to Irvington, Neb., where he attended u Poland China hog sale. Mrs. F. L. Pratt, worthy matron of Kossuth chapter, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, Mrs. J. O. Clapsaddle, Mrs. E. E. Paine, and Iva Trunkhill left Tuesday for Cedar Rapids to attend the grand chapter meeting of the O. E. S. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wallace and children, Dorothy and Robert, visited Sunday at the G. P. Hawcott home. The C. C. Wallaces are Mrs. Hawcott's parents and Glenn is her brother. Mr. and Mrs. George Kustein, of Clarion, visited a week ago Sunday at the E. H. Staley home. They took home with th.em Mrs. Helen Huntley, who had been spending a couple of weeks at the E. H. Staley home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hansons and William Giddings went to Mitchellville Saturday, and Sunday brought back wdth them Mrs. J. T. , Milton Gardner; recitation, I Have a Little Cat, Charlene Rath; song, When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver, Evelyn and Vedolia Klatt; play, Tomorrow, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grades; recitation, Spooks, Albert Madson; recitation, When Pop Was a Boy, Eugene Broderson; recitation, An Up-to-Date Witch, Frances Sorensen; song exercise, Charlene Rath and Vedolia Klatt; athletic drill, school; accordion numbers, Derwood McArthur; Black Cat Minstrels, school; recitation, Ef Yo' Don' Be Good, Trella Gardner; song, Little Bo Peep, Lois Gardner and Vedolia Klatt; play, Jay and Kay, Albert Madson and John Milton Gardner; recitation, A Hobo's Halloween Ride, Leon Gardner; song, White's GROCERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Dried Pears, QO«% fancy, 2 Ihs. ___ w4»U Onions, small yellow, 10 Ibs. _ Cookies, fancy, 1 JMHn haK [ Prunes, large 1 stzffj 2 Ibs. 1 19c 29c 17C Oatmeal, small pkg., 2 for '. Soap, P & G, 10 bars 15c 29c Beans, white OJC*» split, 10 Ibs £p V Macaroni, noodl spaghetti, 3pkgs. _„, ,__ es, and 17Q Graham to her home at Algona. She had been visiting relatives there. Lottie Hawcott and Katherine Manus went to Whlttemore last Thursday and kept house at the G rover Reed home several days. Mrs. Reed had been called to Illinois by the death of her father. George Manus, who has been working for thet Kaul Construction school; recitation, Sour Grapes, Lois Gardner; song, Jack-o'-Lantern Valse, by the girls of the school. An exercise by the school and a goodnight exercise by Trella and Leon Gardner closed the program. Esther Madson received the box of candy for the most popular girl, and William Dodds received the prize for the nearest guess as to the number of seeds in a pumpkin. A total of $13 was taken in at the pie social and lunches following the program. Sf.-l). Club Has Meeting— The Four Corner M. & D. club met last Thursday with Mrs. Jessie Mitchell. The opening song was Iowa, and roll call was on favorite pastimes. Twenty-four members and one visitor,)Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, of Hobarton, attended. A musical program was given as follows: Vocal solos, Grace Witham, accompanied by Mrs. Everett Witham; song, Walker girls, accompanied by Mrs. Pearl Potter; two numbers by Delia Mae Witham, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Everett Witham; duet, Mrs. Clara Drayton and Mrs. Edna Mitchell, accompanied by Mrs. Eula Rich; trio, Hazel Mitchell, Mrs. Arle Dittmer, and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, t company at Stuart, came home last week Wednesday to spend a. few days with his parents, the Henry Man uses. H. A. Thompson returned Friday after a week's absence, which he spent at Oskaloosa, Fairfleld, and Cedar Rapids. He visited his daughter Helen, who is a student at Coe college. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp and Mrs. C. W. Patterson left Sunday for Cedar Rapids to visit relatives and attend the O. E. S. grand chapter meeting there this week. Mrs. William Doerlng, Clear Lake, Minn., is spending a week at the home of her brother, John Dettman, who has been In poor health for a number of months. The George Grays went to Primghar Sunday, where they visited relatives. Their daughter Maybelle, who is a student at Mornlngside college, met them there. D. F. Slaughter returned Tuesday from two days with his mother at Independence. Wm. Elvldge accompanied him to Rowley, where he visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham and the Misses Mattte Warner and Eva Whitney spent Svn^ay 'Vlth ifra. accompanied by Evelyn Crutkshank, Mrs. John Sabin, Miss Evelyn Cruikshank, and Mrs. Lewis Lowman Jr. formed the committee. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Howard Witham, instead of Mrs. Everett Witham. The opening song will be Star Spangled Banner, and roll call will be names of famous persons in the World «war. An Armistice program will be the main feature. The committee Is Mrs. Pearl Potter,"Edna Walker, and Mrs. Rena Cruikshank. T HE golfer about to drive is perfectly His limbs, bis nerves, bis whole being—mil muscle—are in complete balance for that long W*! Standard Red Crown, the better gasoline, also is f*J fectly balanced. It is made, not found—made to m* every changing phase of travel, weather and geiMM with perfect poise. It is balanced for smoothes) starting, quick, eager pick-up, sustained power MM speed. It gives all these because it is made to »| exact formula. Standard Red Crown i» priced to meet current 41 nomic conditions. It gives maximum performaneeij a moderate cost. Fill up today with Standard Red Crown-the bettjJ gasoline. You will be astonished and delighted, ««• performance you get from your engine. It Burns Clean at Any Speed Sold where the Red Crown Emblem i« STANDARD OIL (Indiana) 5261 Here's it Correction— A previous item stated that Mildred Robinson and Mrs, HermaJl Lindeman visited in Chicago while on a trip. They did not go to Chicago, but visited other points In Illinois. WJNBOW GLASS BE* PLACED. Prices lowest. BERT DUAL p 0 S^^kifefejk;'*A. ; »v-^-' v/ -Ji, ; F. 1 . f ?;: ^— r - - ^-ri^»•H)^J , juuupmp •• ^ ^ ^^:Jafeilk^

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