Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1931 · Page 5
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I3EZT KOSStTH (loUNTt ABVAfiCB. ALQOKA» tOWA uw j ELECTRIC SOUND—THE BEST handicap yourself by sacrificing comfort, ^ entertainment. IS A DIFFERENCE! and Friday * • November 19 and 20 w< "' Matinee Thursday, 2:30—10-30c. EDW. G. ROBINSON « n. WARNER MARIAN MARSH H In "5 Star Final* this season. Pictures of this type are life-savers for theatres today. Cast of Step Inn Revue . iu. e of the v 2nd Anniversary Talking Pictures. M TO <T P. M.—Free to All. Feature Eddie an' 111 * Tlie Tlp Ofr< An ft PP recltttion of Book & Gift Shop Nov 19-20-21 Saturday Special, November 21 YOU'LL NOT BE ABLE TO GET A SEAT! • l i;30 and 3:30 Matinees—10-30c.' w will run continuous until all have seen this wonderful GEO. O'BRIEN NOAH BEERY MARGUERITE CHURCHILL In Zane Grey's ^ Riders of the Purple Sage" Love and lariats weave the west's .beautiful romance. Action drama of 1,000 thrills. Ferdinand Ramus suffered a mild stroke last week Wednesday. Mrs. F. D. Solomon, of Spencer, was a Sunday guest of Mrs. Stella Sabln. Mrs. P. .1. Bi-aner left Saturday morning for Jlubbard to visit relatives over Sunday. Lydla Meyer, who was operated on last week at the Kossuth hospital for appendicitis, is recovering. ' Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap returned from Sheldon Sunday after a few days visit with -the former's parents. * Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert spent Sunday ut Jefferson with the David Geddcs. Mr. CJertes* has a, ga- raire at Jefferson. Don Ault, of Jefferson, began work Monday morning In the Wm. Bell Grain company office, of which Andy Anderson is manager. The P. E. O. met last night with Mrs. U C. Nugent. Mrs. Vera Ogrcn Williams, of Lakota, gavfe a papr-r r>n the Miracles of Healing. Dorothy Mangan began work at the Cummins variety store last week Monday. She will assist at the store till after the holiday sea- SETTING - THE STEP-INN PLAY . Under direction Mrs. Roland' Steele MtiP.IC - - i Under direction Mrs. A Fred Clark ORCHESTRA Under direction Glenn Raney 1 J 1ANO - Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and Theo Herbst •THE CAST Proprietor .__., —--William F. Steele Head Walter 4 - Dr. C. Schapp Waiters—Joe' Bloom, Theo Chrlschilles, D. E. Dewel, Harold Cowan, John Haggard, riaggaru. Patrons—Misses Beth Backus, Frances Duhigg, Ruth Messenger, Jeanne Coon, Grace Miller; Mesdames W. S. Lee, Theo. Herbst, Lottie Kaln, H. C. Fredericks, Don Nugent, Wade Sullivan, Gladys South, Archie Michel; Messrs.- Donald Smith, Donald Rhode, Gerald Turner, Roland Steele, Edward Genrieh, Harold Falkenhalner, Harold Sorenson, Woodrow Sarchett, Theo Powell, William Kain, Emory Grosenbach, • Roy Keen. SPECIAL ACTS Dinah—Vocal Duet H. Cowan and Dr. Schapp Close Harmony—Trio R- Keen, R. Steele, D. Smith Mary Dunn, «f Walnut, were weekend guests of Dr. and Mrs, R. A. Evans. Wallace Is a son /of Dr. and Mrs. Evans, and Is district representative for the'Holton Mfg. company of Wisconsin. He has nine counties In his territory. The Hoi- ton company makes musical instruments and Wallace organizes high school bands which buy his Instruments. He has been with, the company since September 1. He had been employed in Des Molnes as an accountant. He won a turkey for Thanksgiving for having sold the largest amount of Instruments in October. The company employs ten men in the state. j WANT APS | MARRIED MAN WANTS JOB ON WANTEb— LttMl* ing roottis; want nifthed.—Phone «8. farm.—Call Advance. RENT—LrfGHT Housekeeping and sleeping rooms.—309 £).• Kennedy. 9plO MODERN ROOMS FOR RENT, close In.—Mrs. Daisy W. Call. Cook, 220 12ptfl FOR RENT — HOUSEKEEPING rooms.—Mrs. .T. Riddle, 103 E. Kennedy. • \Jf\ii CWlLUJCJ^^w V^*i-f ,i.Ai»w»»i •^"•••~ A 1929, A-l condition, *o«d fcMUH box.—O. M, White, SiOS S. Call, fnf ATTBfffr THIS ABVAHOB COOKING SCHOOL IffiX* MONDAY,, TUE8., .RESPONSIBLE PARTY to rent modern home January 1< Location and condition important*-* Call Advance. IfiplMl Attend the Advance Cooking School^ Dancing Chorus— Solo, Dr. Schapp Remember, 25 per cent off Anniversary Sale >ov. 19-20-21—alook & Gift Shop i.nduv. Monday and Tuesday, November 22-28-24 f.nd 3 o'clock Matinees Sunday. 2:30 and 4:15 Matinees Tuesday. Holiday courtesy to shoppers and schools. 4-15 Matinee every Tuesday and Thursday. WILL ROGERS TAD ALEXANDER F?TA NISSEN MARGUERITE CHURCHILL In "Ambassador Bill" Be sure you .plan for the children. It's -a great show. Watch Rogers teach Tad Alexander, the boy king, new tricks. Wednesday, November 25 BUDDY ROGERS LILY AN TASHMARR in "The Road to Reno" Mrs. Merle Bailey Haasc, of Min neapolis, visited her parents over Saturday and Sunday. She Is work- Ing for the Northwest Bancorpor- ation there. Mrs. N. C. Rice took Mrs. A. K. Cliff and her daughter Mary Louise to their home at Ames Friday after a few days visit with the N. C. Rlnes and other friends. Mrs. Kate Bradley went to Correctionville Sunday with Dr. Clyde Chltty, her son-in-law, who came for her. Mrs. Bradley will spend the winter with the Chlttys. Leona Llchter Is assisting at .the Book & Gift Shop. She began work Monday and will assist till after the holidays. Leona worked at the shop during the holiday season last year. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox, Mrs. Joseph Harig, and 'Mrs. •' KJngsley Minn., 'Ulllfe \jll\Jl U«3 ' — Chorus—S. Doran, M. Lathrop, D. Mangan, F. Zender, V. Benson, "j. Aman, K. Doran, L. Llchter, L. Tlerney. Carry Me Back to Tennessee - Solo, H. Cowan When My Dreams Come True -Solo, Mrs. A. Michel Tap Dance ,~ Art Nordstrum Violin Solo - *. Agnes Austin Vohs, West Bend Toe Dance ---....Elaine Isaacson Dancing Cho'rus— Vocal Solo, G. Turner Solo Dance: Miss Stubbs. Dancers—Helen Becker, Valeria Plck- ett, Ruth Maleug, Ruth McKec. There will be plenty of room, for the auditorium seats 1,000 people. The new ticket window at the school will be open at 7. o'clock tonight for those wishing tickets. Admission Is only 50 cents. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH 2 Beautiful GOLD FISH Mrs E .1. Murtagh, returned to Al- French is a daughter of Mr. and gona Monday -from Des • Moinos, Mrs. Gus Feldman. where Mrs.. Eugene Murtagh is i:i ! Mary Janice Rice was honored at a hospital taking treatment for ul- 1 Wellesley' college for girls at Welles- cers Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al • ley. Mass., where she is attending Falkenhainer -went down yesterday | school for her.-second year, when she to visit her Mr and Thanksgiving Day — Continuous Show—1 p. Night-Geo. Bancroft in %ch Man's F. in. thru Folly" , was appointed one of three girls as O W Erlckson will' a "dorm policeman", whose duty ? mnt'hM Mrs C "• ls to see that thc f ules eoverning H muuiei. i«i=. ; the social life of other students are obeyed. Each dormitory has_ a stu- *" —* —* dent in charge of the other girls. will go to Wisconsin via train. Mrs. * t n ^ MomeSi was Wesley visited her daughter three _" pomted weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Erickson will Q ^ daughter return home Sunday. .. Eleanor, and Mrs. Minnie Holland, I Mrs. F. L. Trlbon conducted an- • Maxwe ii, went home Sunday af- Thel — Doe, of sunwaier, .VLHHI., wno ™»° i - Tf>..Mo*r -Thpi "' "• ""' ' ™L a eucst of the Dr Foxes, attended other successful sale Friday.:.,*£• ter visiting here since last Thurs- the low^Drake game at Ames Sat- stock, was *he; -grocery, stock.of ? .the r ;. ^s^ Cole and daughter visit,. Hiiburban Ellsworth store. The sale -, Mv _ ^ O i e ' s mot her. Mrs. I. G. Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht went to Forest City Saturday to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Hans Larson. Mrs. Larson Is mother of Harry. Larson, who married Lillian Scanlan and Specht. Dr. and Mrs. C. .1. Eva Strelt spent Sunday at Primghar. Dr. and Mrs. Scanlan visited Mrs. Ned Rooney, and Eva visited at the home of her cousin Norbert Selvort. Mrs. Bertha Bowers Skow, of . . . — I Emmetsburg, and Adlore Kehoe, of «»»•••»»•» Minneapolis, were week-end-guests - suouroan JUIIBWWUI »LUIC. *"= ™"~| e d Mrs. Cole s motner, mrs. . j.. u-. commenced at 8:30 and by noon the; Dewel| and ot her relatives, and Mrs. stocTc had been sold. The sale was j Ho j] an( j visited her daughter, Mrs. held in the building just north of G w stillman. Mrs. Holland and the Book & Gift shop. the latter's, daughter spent Satur. "Adah Carlson, city clerk, and Lou- j day at Spencer, guests of Mrs. Hoi ise 'Maenusson, of the Iowa State!- land's daughter Kathryn. hank spent Sunday at Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Paxson went Minn wHh Mrs. A L. Malmin. Mrs.' to Des Moines Tuesday morning, Mahn'in will be remembered by Al-; where Mr. Paxson is representing gonians as Clara Hamre, who was,the Kossuth Mutual Insurance com- employed in the County " —» " f th ° """"= 1 atntft "^tiner of bank several years ago. / Mr. and Mrs of. Omaha, and Joan be from Fresh and Crisp Direct from the farms and from the leading producers of quality Foods come our supplies. Then they are sold to you at the lowest prices possible. of Mrs. Agnes Miller. Adlore returned to Minneapolis Monday morning. , I John Blinkman and his mother, • Mrs. Leonore Peck, spent last week Wednesday at Fairmont with the | Julius -Blinkmans. Julius is a son of Mrs. peck, and-works in a, garage at Fairmont. A program and pie social will given at school No. 9, two miles east and one smile north of Algona next Monday night. The women are to bring pies. Dorothy Bestenleh- ner is teacher. G j Gutknecht, who formerly l owned and operated the south side restaurant • here, has bought a restaurant at Humboldt and has begun operation. He operated a cafe at it I Eldbra last year. W P French was ill with the flu from last week Wednesday till Monday. Tuesday he left to call on paUs in his territory. He repre . , expected x .week Wsday ment of Trust and Savings bank The third annual Thanksgiving Savings ' pany at the annual state meeting of the mutual .Insurance association 1 While there they are guests of the MoTJaaes , and Mrs. M. J. ,^ ^ Jg & , S , ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ i" 1 ^ C ,° 0nan - They I " Mrs *£ fc. Wright, her daughter, M rs.' J. D. Burns, and the latter's hllflreh James and Ru th Ann, sents Cowan & Cowan, a concern of Waterloo. lumber I, CUIl^dU u*- vr tK- . . • l! i Mayor, and Mrs. C. F. Specht spent ' Saturday and Sunday at Forest City It I at the home of" their'daughter, Mrs. Harry Larson. Saturday they attended the funeral of Mr. Larson's mother at Forest City. Mrs. C. B. Moore Smith, of, Des Moines, and her daughter Mary Susan came last Thursday for an indefinite stay with the J .J._ Holt* nauers. Mrs.. Smith and the late Mrs. Holtzbauer are sisters. Mrs. Raymond Oliver returned Sunday from Mason City, where she had been since last week Wednes- Feather party sponsored by the Legion will be held at the Legion hall next Tuesday evening commencing at'? o'clock. There will be games and turkeys, geese and ducks for everyone. An adv. appears elsewhere in this issue of the Advance. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Brundage, of Waterloo, and their two children, spent Saturday and Sunday with the G D. Brundages. O. R. and G, -D. are brothers. O. R. is. a traveling shoe salesman, and the local Mr., Brundage has charge of the shoe department in the Christensen Bros store. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe, of Alexander, and their two children brought Mr. Roupe's sister Irma Dee home Sunday,and spent * " day with Mr. Roupe's parents., spent Armistice day at Dallas Center with Mrs. Wright's daughter^ Mrs. R. A. Burrows. home last Thursday They returned Mr. Burrows Is. pastor of the Presbyterian church it Dallas Center. He gave the Armistice day address at Dallas Center and took part in a play' presented in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. James M. I spent Sunday at Ames, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Shock. The two women are sisters, daughters of the Jeivell M. Pattersons, south of Algona, where Mr. Love is employed. Mr. Love also visited friends at the Upsilon Sigma j Alpha fraternity, of which he is a FREE IN GLASS AQUARIUM ; . . _ . . ._... ',. ;. -...•-...-.,. ;v. ,: .;.,: With water plants and rainbDW pebbles •'.••; " , ' - . , - . '. FREE with a 50c Tube of TOOTH PASTE iGood For all the Family-whOe they last . m^^ Get Yours Noti? I • 0 E. W. Lusby member. Love remained 1 a ar Buy Now at a Savings ! Today's prices are lower than they've ! months. You can stock your shelves now j ing, But the high quality on which our reputation has been established remains the same. Supplies from bur store will he ^ A School next Monday Tuesday, and nuu UCGH «.*•«day with her mother, Mrs. H. E. Gmelln, who' underwent an operation for a ruptured appendix. citiy \viui ivii. j.kw **!•*»' - i — •• and Mrs. Charles Roupe. Arnold has a grocery store at Alexander. Irma Dee spent a week at Alexander. County 'Recorder Mrs. Laura Paine attended a reception at Burt Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs Bvron K. Zimmerman, of Orosnen irid. who.were married last week Thursday. Mrs. Zimmerman is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow, of Burt, and is a niece of Mis, Paine. Mrs. L. J. DeGraw, her daughter Mrs Earl Taylor, and son, and Maynard Stephenson- drove to Des Moines Friday and Bought home Ames for a longer visit, and jOve returned to Algona Monday. The Me'.zar Falkenhainers moved ,nto their new residence on east Oak street the first of the week. The house vacated by the Falkenhainers on south Wooster street has been rented- to'the M. L. Goslins. Mr. Goslin is, state highway maintenance engineer. The Goslins have been living in the tenant house of Otto Falkenhainer on east Nebraska St. The Rev. A. English and his daughter Mrs. Casey Loss, and Mr. Loss will move into the Falkenhainer house. . , , Henry S. Biggs, only surviving brother of Mrs. W. H. Freeman, died a week ago Sunday at Hankin- sn't there n for a rupuueu oiJ|j="»— • Moines irnaay aim umuc, ..... ----Mrs A. A. Bishop and Mrs , Edw ^- ^° elnformel .. s daughter Mildred, who « - eachers insO- Carney attended an F. M. S. meeting ae Haveiocn 10c Specials for Friday and Saturday i Hearts and Tongues, Ib. d •• ' , 2 pounds 24c W - r . JH-- «• i""-»-" B o — Tuesday. Mrs. Bishop is president of the district organization and appeared on the program for a talK. 1 M,s R R. Kennedy, Mrs. George Rents and Mrs. John Moore of Mln- neapolis. came Tuesday for a few X davs-with the-former's sister,..Mrs. I i T V C Sherman.- Mrs. Rents and ; ;j Mrs. Moore are cousins of Mrs. Shei- George Kanouff, Boiling Beef Long's Home Made Sausage Long's Home Made Hamburger Pure Leaf Lard Pork Roast Bacon Squares, Ib, - —~* ' Fancy Sliced Bacon, Ib. •?—'---•* Package .Oatmeal —r- --•* " Jello, Home Brand, 4 pkgs- ———;,-—-• Catsup, 2 large bottle —— SPECIAL Pure Buckwheat, fresh from New, •* mm FOB CASH OR TRAPS Long's Food Shop ^^ *"i ' v .. ... »^A< man. Evan Finnell, Stanley Grelner, Junior Kelly. Omar Kelly, attended the football gams at ATTICS Svan also vlsitfid nis .— — who is a freshman at the V O Boger, of Omaha, went ^'^^s* •«• her to Eort uoage, where she took a traln^ome.^ ^ ^ stlUwater , „ went home Sunday^afte^two weeks with the Dr. L. and other friends. me lunnc* a ««.-o had been" attending teachers institute. Mildred teaches at Ceaar Falls. She returned to Cedar Falls Sunday. Schools in Dist. 1. Plum Creek and Dist. 4, Burt township, will present an • operetta next week Wednesday at the ,,Burt township school, two miles north and one mile west of Good Hope church. - the program baskets will be Teachers are Margaret Laabs son N. D. Mrs. .Freeman was unable to attend the services, held last week Wednesday. Mr. Biggs • had cared for eight nieces and nephews, whose fathers had died/and two brothers of Opal M. Biggs, who made'her home with the Freemans most of her life, stayed with their uncle and attended high school and college. Mr. Biggs is also sur^ vived by his wife and two adopted daughters'. .He was a prosperous a WaUace Evans, of Atlantic, and You want to know sold. and Dorothy Johnson. Mrs. Dean Gibbons, of near Fen tor! died at the University hospUa at Iowa City last Saturday. Funeral ] church 8 Tuesday afternoon. Gibbons was taken to Iowa about four weeks ago with a tumoi u.w» . ovia fa anrvivecl "Dy « I TO ATTEND EVER? Advance SE?rS% s r D vr. B 3S' RT'".r»n. «, -.-™« s&sX~s~& and her successor Is .^ ^*' -J 1 ^ at the Lutheran church at .. wHh friends. Mrs. Emptlng and - Tnr\n/v» *st„*___.«!__ j.l. nM -nrA QTlTlftlDclvCiAf ^we IBERG "'"' t 4-Vta first OI ifcusi- W©^^ ** \.U >T»C»» fcw»» — a weekend visit Rossmans, who lived here ^ ars ago. Mr. Rossman Is a bakei remployed in'Jim Walton's bak- Football ATHLETIC PARK, Algona 9. Sunday NOVEMBER 22 AT 3?80 P. M, PODGE RED DEVILS former^ G-ce TS. ^SSffssSiJE: IALGOUA Ls will "* Get the answer to your questions next week at the COOKING SCHOOL AMONG those present at tfte Cook- /Vmg School next week, will be Tone's Old Qolden Coffee. This Cooking School is going to be of *eal service to the home-makers of this community. Tone Brothers, at D«js Moines, consider it a privilege to be represented, at its sessions. Tone's Old Qolden Coffee is no stranger in this community. Many already know about it, many have already purchased it, in its new, high vacuum container, But, at the Cooking School demonstrations, you will hear mor« tbsfc simply the meritf <?f JWifcJMj Golden. Rather, Perhaps you have noticed that in our advertising, or . perhaps your grocer has told you, that Tone's Old Golden Coffee now comes to you in a new, high vacuum container. You may have wondered why this is important. This question, and any others you may care to ask, will be answered fully at the Cooking School. When, it is, you will realize why Tone's OW Golden Coffee retains to the test, its full natural flavo'r and aroma. Until now, cooking schools, hav* been more or less limited to tb* larger cities. Now that one is a,yail« able right in your own community," we cordially invite you to attend all of the sessions. You wttl fewl il'lft* teresting, you will find it po^SJWe fc^ get many new i4e§5» na^y V**«* •"• ways of doing things you are every day- y -L .^8' ^i k ^.3?? TONi'f Old TONE annni *v"j£

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