Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1931 · Page 5
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KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQ0NA. IOWA ^^•••^^••••••••^•^^•••^•••••••^•••••MiBrtH^BMMMlitfiaMHMIiMftHM^^HHIWIMI »;A L t •" t It all here—account house construction and ! 6 WESTERN ELECTRIC SOUND „', November 26—Thanksgiving Day. MATINEE 1 AND 8 O'CLOCK Night Shows 5-7-9 o'clock. tt'S more than we promised you! ?n BANCBOFT In "RICH MAN'S FOLLY" u fnmllv How you will enjoy this wonderful picture! "°Vih TOM PATBICOLA In a musical act A |SO * "The Tainale Vendor" ^•••••••^^ '"•'•" ' '•'" •"' ' " "• "• ••' Friday «"»* Saturday, November 27 and 28 in and 3 = 3° matinees on Saturday we show the riv.ni Tvler Serial—no serial at night shows. IftWALD COXMAN ESTELLE TAYLOR * In "The Unholy Garden" f o itpr than Bulldog""Druinmond or Rattles—It's Colman as | Bel you like him. —Also— Li* and Story of National Corn Husking Contest " ne • at Orundy Center last week. Sunday and Monday, November 29 and 30 Matinee-Sunday; 1-3 o'clock. , Courtesy—Monday and Tuesday trade and school matinees—2:30, 4:15. THE BIG PICTURE OF 1931 cheered It at the Roxy Theatre in New York this week. Showing In Algona on release date. You see It here before It is cut or damaged. jam* DUNN EILERS Together Again. in (Picture OVER THE MILL Mae Marsh is marvelous. Jimmy Dunn and Sally Eilers bet- r than in "The Bad Girl." Bring the family. EXTRA SPECIAL! lews, carrying pictures and story of National Corn Husking Contest at Grundy Center last week. |peclal booking being arranged for Tuesday, Pec.Jl Rice Book and Gift Shop 25 PER CENT OFF ON EVERYTHING Sale Continues to Saturday, November 28 100 LAMPS -Shipment failed to arrive last week. lou get the benefit. We continue sale for a week. Elmer Hartshorn, former Algona barber, IB now working at Brltt, Mrs. Milton Rsi-ves underwent a suiKlcal operation at the Kosauth hospltnl Monday. Mrs. Barbara Lothrlnger, of Lu Verne, visited the Rev. P. ,1. Braner home last Thursday ami Friday. Llllie Bllnkman assisted at the Weiss & Horstedt cloak shop last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H, ,1. Lacy went to .TX.s Molnes Monday afternoon and spent Tuesday there on business. Mrs. Neil McFadzean, of Del Norto, Colo., came Tuesday for a week with her cousin Jennie Coonoy. Muriel Body, Farm Bureau Demonstration Agent, is spending Thanksgiving with her parents at Sac City. A box social will he hold at school Dlst. No. 8, Portland township tomorrow night. Jean Crulkshnnk Is teacher. W. C. Hanson and son Paul spent last, week Tuesday at the Okobojis fishing and closing their cottage for the winter. ' The Donald Hutchisons, of Cedar Rapids, arc spending: Thanksgiving with Donald's parents, Mr. and Mrs A. Hutchison. L. M. Christensen and Alma Lee "\Vhlte, of Bsthorvllle, were conduct- Ing business at the Christensen Bros, store here Tuesday. ' Leo linmerfall, of St. Bancdlct, has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital hlnce Saturday when his appendix was removed. •Dr. H. M. Olson and his sister Mabel, employed In the state highway office, will spend Thanksgiving at their home at Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Keck, and Rudy Simpson, St. Paul, Minn., and Ruth Hull, Spencer, are Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Ethel Morrison. Mary, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Widen, farmers near Cor•with, has been an appendicitis pa- .tlent at the hospital since last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Ostru'm, of Ohio, and their son Ralph, came a week ago Saturday to make their home with Nels's sister, Hilma Ostrum. William Steele and Laurence Misbach drove to Iowa City Friday ' in the Steele car to attend the Dad's '.• day at the University. They returned Monday. ' Marion Renz, of Waterloo, spent last Thursday and Friday with Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Trlbon. Mr. Renz, a traveling salesman, is a nephew of Dr. Trlbon. Catherine McCall, Margaret Blossom, and Dorothy Sellstrom, students at Cedar Falls, came last night to spend the week-end with their respective parents. Hattle Wilson, local normal training teacher, Is spending the weekend with her parents at Springville. Miss Wilson makes her home with Mrs. John Caughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst and sons Charles, Teddy, and Joel, are Laura Starr, of Llvermore, were married at the Lutheran parsonage last week Wednesday. The Rev. P; J. Braner performed the ceremony. The couple will live on a farm near Moneta, Ruth Stokes, of Minneapolis, came Sunday tor a week "nts. Mr. and Mrs. with her par a. D. Stokes. Ruth finished a business course, at the Mankato Commercial college late last fall and Is looking for employment. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe, their daughters Irma Dee, and Mrs. Hattie Phillips and the latter's two laughters, are spending Thanksgiv ng at Alexander with the Arnolt Roupos. Arnold is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bllley and children, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tyler, went to Ottumwa last night to spend Thanksgiving with relatives. Mr. Bllley Is manager of the local Graham stove, and Mr. Tyler is the assistant manager. afternoon. Cards were played at flva tables Avlth Mrs. N. J. Weydert win- nlng high score and Mrs. Theodore Goeders winning the consolation prize. Refreshments were served by the hostesses assisted by Mrs. L. C. Reding and Mrs, James Flnley. Mrs. Arthur Benley and her five- months-old baby girl returned to their home In Newton Sunday evening. She had been visiting with her sister, Mrs. W. Q. McCullough for a week. Her husband and daughter Phylis drove to Algona that morning In company with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Horn and a niece, Dorothy Dillon. They returned to Newton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Altwegg, Bel mond, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thu ran, of Stanley, are Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Win dell. Mrs. Altwegg and Mrs. Thurau are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Windell. Mr. Altwegg Is now receiver of a bank at Belmond and Mr. Thurau is superintendent of schools daughters Margaret and Mary, and tfrs. Wm. .Watklns and her bus)and, of Waverly, and Dr. a.nd Mrs. F. X. Cretzmeyer and two children, of Emmetsburg, are guests today of :he Dr. C. H. Cretssmeyera. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cretzmeyer are C. H.'s parents, and Doctor Cretzmeyer, of Emmetsburg:, Is a. brother. They will attend the football game between Eagle Grove and Algona at Eagle Grove In the afternoon and dinner will be served in the eve ning. Mrs. Ella Laird will go to Des Moines to spend the winter tomor row''with tte Theo'. Aumrnns who spent Thanksgiving here. Mrs. AUl- man Is a daughter of Mrs. Laird. Mrs. Laird has spent the past several winters with the Aulmans. she will close her home, till next spring. Mrs. Laird slipped on a rug in her home recently and tore a ligament in one knee but she has recovered and Is able to be about the house again. She brpke a hip bone several years ago but has thoroughly recovered. Clark Orton, district court clerk, brought a dish of everbearing straw: berries to his office last week Tues- day morning' as proof thai he growing them this fall. The ber««p^ are a little hard and show 1 thelf aloW;' growth and are not entirely Hp<i but are red In color and are straw* berries just the same. Mr. Ortoii also brought a bouquet /of * wild flowers resembling chrysanthemUma to his office. Me reports that Violets, both the blue arid the yellow varletl.es, are still 'in bloom In the woods; Three or four weeks ago the violets were as thick, -as they- usually are In the spring. Violets usually do not bloom again In th« fall of the yeari Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Frane, of the Algona hotel, are spending Thanksgiving in Des Molnes with the lat- ler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ousland. They will witness the baptism of three grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Gusland today. Dr. C. H. Cretzmoyer, his son Charles, Aubrey Bonham, Arthur Nordstrom, Lewis Moore, and L. M. Merritt drove to Iowa City Saturday to attend the Iowa-Nebraska football game in the afternoon. They went in the doctor's car. The Advance has received notice of change of address from Mrs. William Phllo from AVinona Minn., to Waterloo, Iowa. Mrs. Phllo is a former Algonian and wi'l be remembered as Mrs. W. J. Guderian, mother of Henry Guderian, mail carrier. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman, Roy Plckens, assistant manager of Lu Verne, Minn. Edna Celander, at Stanley. The Thuraus will also visit with Mr. Thurau's parents at of Washington, D. C.,' came Friday for a visit with friends. She is employed In the department of commerce at Washington. Before going to Washington a year ago last May she served several years at deputy county auditor. She visited at Milwaukee, at Green Mountain with her brother, and also at Swea City, her former home. •She is the guest of the H. W. Edwards. She is to be in Washington December 3. Mrs. Sam Bateman, daughter Olive, Mrs. Carl Felder, daughter Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch and children Mabel, Madge, Marjorie, and George and Nellie Vul- ganott, of Webster City, were Sen- day guests at A. A. Sterling's. They helped celebrate the ninth birthday \ ••••»•••••• oy cens, asssan manager o helped celebrate the ninth birthday the Council Oak store, ant] Alvina L nn i v ersary of Jeannette Sterling and Ralph Reding drove to Dyers- whl]e here- Mrs . Bateman is Mrs. vllle late Saturday night to spend ster ]jng's mother; Mrs. Felder and Sunday with Mr. Hoffman's mother. Mrg w e i c h are her sisters and They returned the same evening. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh was called to Columbia, Mo., Saturday by the , ., news that the Murtagh's daughter, Josephine, was to be operated on that day for appendicitis. Josephine Nellie is a niece. Mr and Mrs> Jo h n Jordan, of El PasO| Texas, are parents of their n rs t. 'child, a seven pound boy, born j ast wee u Wednesday, and named John Mathew. This is the second . on aew. s Is attending Stevens college for grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. John girls and this is her sophomore year. Carlson. ' The other is Jane, daugh- Dr. and Mrs. Albert Trlbon and Mrs. Earl Jacoby, Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Frost, of Ogden, are week-end guests of Dr; and Mrs. F. L. Trlbon. Dr. Tribon, of Waterloo, is a brother of the local Dr. Tribon, and Mr. Frost is a brother of Mrs. Tribon. Dr. Ralph Weber went to Lincoln, Neb., Friday and returned Monday. He attended the Ames-Nebraska ootball game there Saturday. Doctor Weber, who is a veterinar- an, is a graduate of the state col- ege at Ames. He is practicing with | Dr. L. W. Fox. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and son went to Rockwell City yester- lay afternoon to spend Thanksgiv- ng with Mrs. McCorkle's sister, ter of the Wilfred Carlsons, of Swea City. Mrs. Jordan was Olga Carlson and is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carlson. Mrs. Jordan's sister Ellen, registered nurse, is at >aso caring for her. Mr. Jor- ] dan is a sign painter. Henry Cretzmeyer, spending Thanksgiving with Mrs Herbst's parents, the Rev. and Mrs B. M. Southgate, at Brltt. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. O'Brien and children, Maureen, Janice and Mark „.. spending today with Mrs O'Brien's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D McCarty, at Emmetsburg. Bernice Stock, who teaches phy steal training in the schools of Eagle Grove, came this morning to spend several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Auner and LOOK FOR THE YELLOW BAND | The Time to be critical ts before you buy Diamonds, Watches Silverware, Jewelry and Clocks* i • , . ...... Here we have three outstanding makes of watchr jes—Bulova,' Hamilton, and Illinois. The accuracy, has been proved by official obser- i.atory tests. They are cased in the most modern cas- |eB, beautiful designs. It might be well to select your Christmas presents now. daughters Josephine and Margaret will spend Thanksgiving at Des Molnes with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Auner. J. H. Grover and daughter Marie, of Burt, are spending Thanksgiving with the former's daughter, Mrs. R M. Wallace. J. H. is the only civil war veteran In the county. Nellie Devine, of Humboldt, spen Sunday with friends. Nellie at one time operated the beauty shop in the Christensen Bros, store and now operates r. shop at Humboldt Thelma Horigan came yesterday to spend several days with her pai cnts, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph^Horigan Thelma Is secretary in the Blak school for boys in Minneapolis Mrs' C J Scanlan Is temporarll employed at the Chrischilles Herbsk store. Mrs. Scanlan, wh was Rose Harig before her marriage, clerked at the store for many .years Mrs. Victor Young. The doctor is expected home tonight, but Mrs. McCorkle and son will remain for a visit till Sunday. Mrs. Walter Fraser left Friday evening for Philadelphia, Penn., where she is to visit with her son Scott and his family and also hei daughter Eleanor f or < a few weeks She may remain there till after the lolidays. Mrs. Fraser lived In Philadelphia for several years. Mrs. John Caughlin went to Ire on Sunday for a visit at the " . " f her daughter, Mrs. Alvin Karr. i We want to remind you of the low prices on Wng silver, The time to buy is now, as silver bullion |is going up. No doubt sterling silver will also. Have your special order work done now. [Fred W. Wehler & Co. JEWELERS 'AND OPTOMETRISTS , PHONE 240 Mrs. Caughlin's daughter, Mrs. An- ! drew Hanson, and Mr. Hanson, of Titonka, will spend Thanksgiving vith the Karrs and she will return home with the Hansons Friday. Mrs. J. J. Dooley will accompany her nephew, Donald Fleming, of 6 & B SPECIAL 5c Cigar continues the choice! of particular cigar \ IrMZ' AJriASISISIS 'lASisvru • V Rollins Runstop / *****__ • ~ «f Buy Two Pairs Get One Pair Free Beginning Friday. Nov. 27 to Dec. 5 Goeders gift to women, of Algbna and surrounding community. Regular Rollins quality in popular styles and the.nest shades for winter. At this ^unusually attractive price you'll want a number,of pairs to use as Christmas gifts. Certainly no gift could he more acceptable than fine silk hosiery. Beautiful chiffons or service sheer silk hose with panel heel. Regular Rollins first quality . with Runstop. . Our better grades of Gordon are also included in this gift event, your choice of fine gauge chiffon or service sheer. BUY TWO PAIRS GET ONE PAIR FREE smokers in Algona. IT SHOULD For Many Reasons THEIR MILDNESS Made From RICH FLAVORED FULL LEAF TOBACCO —and—• HOME MANUFACTURED ner nepnew, jjunaiu *• i<=i».»n 6 , ".., nre jiic most Important reasons on Forest City,' to Milwaukee Saturday ear th why the manufacturers should to visit her son William, who is at- 1 - ---»• —* ~ *» •">" "«»*v flirnr tending Marquette university, and other relatives. Donald, son of W. R. Flemming, former Algonian, is a shoe salesman for a Milwaukee firm. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bui-wash, farmers near Fenton, are parents of a boy born at the Kossuth hospital Friday. A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Meline, of Eagle Grove, Sunday. Mrs. Meline Is a sister of Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, and Mr. Meline is a creamery operator at Eagle Grove. W. T. McGuire, father of McGuire and will continue to sell every they can make right here In Algona Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fraser were dinner guests at the Dr. H. E. Woodward home at Whlttemore last (Thursday evening. Following the dinner they enjoyed a few hands of br Mn'and Mrs. E. H. Kiestner. of Webster City, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tyler, Mrs. Klestner and Mrs. Tyler are sisters Mr. Tyler Is assistant manager of ' G phyu"da Sonnerholm, operator at the Morrison beauty shop, is spend her home with Sheriff and Mrs. L. B The V Rev and Mrs. R. A. Burrows, of D££ Center, are expected today ?or a week-end visit with the lat- Jar's Barents, Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Wright Mr Burrows Is a Presbyterian minister an «S thfweek^ at Notre Bame, lnd and attended the Notre Damell ame rrm COAL I, Our Peerjess <?oa, \ > I'Wtofire. Storm Sash Southern CaUfornla football Saturday. Wade attended Notre Dame brothers, who operate a construction company, underwent a minor operation at the Kossuth hospital a week ago Monday, when a radium unp'aat was made on a grov/th In his face. Mr, McGuire lives at Buvke, S. D., but has been staying with his sons recently. Burton E. Norton was graduated | from the Iowa State teachers college at Cedar Falls, Tuesday, In the fall term exercises, receiving the manual acts diploma In education. Since he started the course has bee n enlarged to four-years and he will continue the remaining two years. He Is expected home over Thanksgiving. ' • Elsie Specht, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoorneman, of Springville, and the Harry Larsons, of Forest City, are spending Thanksgiving with Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht. Elsie, Mrs. Hoorneman, and Mrs. Larson are daughters of the Spechts. Elsie teaches In the schools of Springville and Mr. Hoorneman is principal of the high school. Mesdames John and Frank ca- pesius entertained at the former's home at cards last* week, Wednesday The (J. & B. Spec- lal, packed in air- proof hnml-tubes which as s n r e s freshness at all times, are made of the best high quality tobacco possible In a 5c cigar, Through careful buying the makers maintain a uniform,' free- burning smoke at all times. If you are not a 'Special' smoker, try one. IIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIW I Opportunity Knocking I At Your Door I If you miss attending the reduction sale now in progress at our 1 store YOU are going to be the LOSER. Our sale has been very well patronized so far, but we still have several thousand dollars worth of unbelievable bargains to offer. BELOW WE ARE LISTING A FEW OF THESE BARGAINS 'ngs bank and women - and G. * B. Specials can be purchased In pocket cartons of 6 and 10, or In boxes of 85, 50, ana 100. Tou will make no mistake when you Include a box of these good Inexpensive cigars for the man who enjoys his smokes above everything else wlien you' make out your Christ? mas gift list. SOLD BT AI* AI<GONA BEALEBS save your fuel f, *wd eas- Botsford Lumber Co K*h ""• '^ * ' * 1*«/\W P<HM>8$$ $1.00 value safety razors, each ——Oc 5Qc value Clint's wall paper cleaner, «c 25c value Superior spring oil at —»c 3Bc value Universal paring knives -»c 20c value cake tins _—,— -<•- 5c 75c value Gesundheit malt syrup — 85c J£ 25c value Wyandotte cleanser ——17c 25c value Superior cleanser 17c 5 30c value liquid veneer polish ^_—l»c 25c value 1 Rat Nip —^—^—• 35c size SOS cleaner $1.25 oblong aluminum roaster __$!.«• $3.00 oblong aluminum roaster „$I.W' $3.00 round enameled roaster —fl.4* $3.50.oblong enameled roaster -,.$2.50 $1.65 ivory enameled roaster $1.35 enameled roasters 65c round enameled roasters , 75c blue steel roasters 50? lOc salts Or peppers $* „ to sit UP in | Metille, Corwith reg- "HlWl^SSL"! NOVEMBER 26, 1931 THANKSGIVING DINNEB, »0«? Shrimp Cocktail —or— Cream of Tomato Soup, Bellevue Chilled Celery Hearts Queen Olives Roast Young Iowa Turkey, Oyster Dressing and Cranberry Sauce Long Island Duckling, Sage Dressing and Glassed Apple 3 Tables of Aluminum Ware •eguli Hot Parker House Bolls, Snowflake Potatoes June Peas Pineapple Sherbet Candled Yams Iowa Sugar Qorn i 11 .»••————• "~ ' ,,. New Electric Barton Enameled Tub Waihing Machine, $44,< DW SATURDAY SPECIAL 75c MflP COMPLETE WHB HANB Hearts of He.ad Lettuce. French ^^wiff^V^' **r. I Fie ntwi Ws i " f' m.

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