Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1932 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1932
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VAOE FOUR KO8SUTH (JOUNTY WES IS I JO .EYGIRL RIDE OF DRUMMER Wesley, Jan. 12 — Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Welg,< and Joseph Drummer were married at St. Joseph's church at 8 *>'<Slock last week Tuesday morning. The ceremony was a nuptial high •mass conducted by the pastor, the Jlev. George F. Wesellng. The bride -*ras dressed In a white satin gown, •with wreath and veil, and she car- Tied a bouquet of roses and baby's tireath. The bridesmaid, Viola Wetig, wore a dress of white lace and pea-green georgette crepe, with hat to match. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's iparents, and this was followed later •*5f a wedding dinner at the Weig "fcrothers* farm. The newly married *ouplo gave a dance for friends at IDelnpeter's hall in the evening. Vettiodlst AV. F. >f. S. Meets Frldiij Ten women attended a meeting of the Methodist W. F. M. S. at Mrs. Amesbury'e Friday afternoon. The Second chapter of Christ Comes to "the Village was studied: He Heals the Sick. Among other things, tills 1 showed the ingenious methods em- -filoyed by missionaries to illustrate •to their people the contrast between Tight and wrong methods of caring -for their own and their children's •fcealth. Mrs. Thos. Nelson conducted a Mystery Box quiz. The host•«BS served lunch at two tables. Mrs. Amesbury will lend at the next -meeting Friday, January 29, at Mrs. • Dawson's. • Firemen's Ball Is Scheduled— The annual firemen's ball will be Theld at Kleinpeter's hall Thursday evening, January 21. The company 3ield its .annual meeting last week "Wednesday evening, and officers Trere elected: Lester Lease, chief; (Vlncerit • Daughn. secretary; Ihno /y-Cerdes, treasurer. Xew volunteer •iiremen are V. A. Erdman, B. D. j ^Duvall, James Lloyd, "U'iHiam Henderson, and Harry Mathahs. Two Birthdays Are Celebrated— Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings surprised the former's mother Friday noon by bringing a birthday cake and other articles for a birth•day dinner in her honor. The 'elder Mr. and Mrs. Gichlinss entertained a small group Sunday evening, in Sionor of the birthday of the youngest son Milton. The dinner included a birthday cake decorated with the correct number of candles. Aetna Move to Take IS Algona- Retidentt Algona stands to lose 15 Inhabl- Itants as the result of a decision to move the Aetna Life Insurance offices here to Des Molnee and consolidate H with the Des Molnee office. This will take away former County Agent F. P. Barker, his wife, and three children; M. M. Morrow, his wife, two daughters, son; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kissinger and their baby; and Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Coffin. The .change is to be made February 1. Clara Amesbury, local' office girl, will remain here and is open to employment. ed refreshments. H, $1, Declaim ers Bcfhi Wort- High school declamatory contestants have started work on their selections under the training? of Mrs. Morrison, and elimination contests will be held January 22-23. The home contest will be held Friday, February 12. Lutheran Tonng People Meof— The Lutheran young people met last week Tuesday night for a business meeting and social hour In the church basement. The evening was spent at games, and lunch was served by Florence Eldon and Lawrence Oberhelman. SHOWER GIVEN ALBERT LAU'S AT LU VERNE Lu Verne, Jan. -12—A shower was given Thursday night at Mr. and Mrs. John Smith's, northwest of town, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lau, whose marriage took place on New Tear's day at Max Lau'e, the Rev. L. Wittenburg officiating. Some 50 guests attended the shower and many gifts were received by the couple. Mrs. Lau, formerly Kathryn Smith, is a graduate of the Algona high school, class of 1931, and Albert, who is the younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lau, has been helping his father run the local dray line. They are making, their home with the Max Laus at present. Mrs. Fred Potter Is Dead— The W. F. Godfreys, Mrs. Chris Anderson, the John Brinks, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Castleman, Mrs. William Biggings, and others attended ' the funeral of Mrs. Fred Potter at Renwick Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Potter was born at Carlisle in 1876, and she met Mr. Potter at Flasher, N. D., where ehe had taken a homestead. They were married in 1913. Death came as a release from five months of cancer. Daughter for the Leo Chapmans— I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chapman, of | Omaha, are parents of a daughter, ! Valeria Jean, born January 4. Leo is a son of Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman here. School Children Arc Weighed— All of the children in the grades of the local schools were weighed last week, and all who are much underweight are being supplied with milk. Martin Lothrlnger's Wife Sick- Mrs. Barbara Lothrlnger is at Moorland, at >the Martin. Lothringer home. Martin's wife is recovering from a recent operation. <3olden Wedding Is Observed— Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ash, residents of Wesley during all of their married life, observed their golden •wedding Wednesday, December 23. They aa-e the parents of nine children, all born in Wesley: Orville, "Burt (deceased); Mrs. George Gun•der, Algona; Mrs. James McDonald, Highmore, S. D.; Guy Floyd, Marion, Glen and Thelma. S3 Enter 'Deelam' Contest— The high .school declamatory contestants are picking their selections, and individuals have started practice. Thirty-three, an unusually large number, are taking part. These are evenly divided among the three classes. Miss De Mots is coaching the dramatic and humorous classes; Mr. Swanson the oratorical. Tastor Leaves for Vacation— The Rev. George F. Wessling left Sunday noon for a trip in the West. With t>he Rev. Father Woerdehoff, Alta Vista, he was to take train at St. Paul for Portland and Seattle. He will be gone three weeks. Mon- •eignor J. D, Fisch, Bancroft, former Jiastor here, will hold services at the church during his absence. Song- Service Jfext Sunday— A song service will be held at the Congregational church next Sunday -evening. The pastor will be present end speak, and a collection will be -taken to pay for new hymn books. A men's quartet from Upper Flat /will attend, with others, and the jservice will consist largely of vocal »nusic. B. Jl. Games to be Played— The high school basketball teams will play Titonka here this week 'SFriday. In a recent game with Ti- itonka at Titonka, Wesley's second *oys' team won, but the first team Joet; The first team is now doing «o much better that it stands a good -chance of winning the coming contest. Wo Eats for Creamery Meet— At a. meeting of the Farmers' .creamery board last Thursday, it •was decided to hold the annual •meeting in February as usual, but to omit the "feed." I Sexton Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cunningham tare parents of a seven pound girl, *orn Monday morning. Mrs. A. L. Oreenfleld is caring for Mrs. Cunningham and the new 'baby. Dr. P. ~V. Janse, Algona was attending physician. This is the second child, <he first being a son, Charles Edward. . Mrs. James McEnroe went to Kansas City, Mo., last week to visit •with her daughter Lyle, now Mrs. H. Pugh. Lyle was married at Kansas City last October. The rest of the children in the •^Ted Hoover family came down with measles this week. They are not •very ill. Asnes Reilly returned to Minneapolis Monday, after spending the holidays -with relatives here. | South Cresco Harry Sunding had his right leg <ractured Saturday just below the toxee while he wae cutting trees •down. He has been suffering severely. Mrs. Karl Powell, now of Mason •City, took her husband to Iowa City *Wday, returning Sunday. Earl re- anained for skin-grafting necessitated by burns he suffered last •Summer. Members of the Mothers and (Daughters club and their families «re to meet Friday evening at the *>. D. Sparks home, taking covered •Wfches and sandwiches for lunch ieedftinag A. E. Clayton, E. c. Pot- T, and B. F. Sparks are the com- dtt«e tp charge. Tuesday Club Hears Program— The Tuesday .club will meet Tuesday this week with Mrs. Peter Thompson, and the program follows: roll call,' Bible quotations; topic for discussion, George "Washington the Christian; paper on. Washington's military experiences, Mrs. Jennie Phillips; Washington's Revealed Religious Convictions, Emma "Voss; sacred music. Lu Terno Wins From Convltli— Lu Verne boys were victorious, 39-17, in a basketball game Friday night at Corwith. Hoon, of Titonka, was referee. The second team played most of the last quarter. The junior high team was defeated, 32-8. The next games will be played this week Friday here, when both boys and girls will play. Junior Epworth League Meets— Thirty members of the Junior Epworth League enjoyed a social evening at the Methodist church Friday evening under the supervision of Mrs. William Baddeley. Games were played, then the party went to the parsonage, where lunch was served by Mrs. Baddeley, assisted by Mrs. Phil Lichty. J. J. Club Meets Friday—, All but one member of the J. J. club attended a regular meeting Friday at Mrs. Jessie Lindebak's. Mrs. E. Dehnert gave a demonstration on making decorative butterflies of crepe paper. A social afternoon followed, and the hostess serv- Goodwlll Club Meets Today— The Goodwill club meets Thursday January 21, with Mrs. Paul Blumer; Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh, assisting hostess. FRANK WAGONER, OF ST, BENEDICT, BURIED MONDAY St. Benedict, Jan. 12 — Frank Wagoner died at the Cherokee state hospital last week, and the body was brought here for funeral services Monday morning at 9 o'clock at the Catholic church. Burial was made in the St. Benedict cemetery. Mr. Wagoner had been at Cherokee many years, but Vad improved in the last few years. He- formerly lived here on a. farm northeast of St. Benedict. His wife died some years ago, and she lies buried in the local cemetery. Prizes Given at Card Party— A card part}' given by the Young Ladies' Sodality last week Wednesday evening was fairly well attended, considering the .bad weather .and the drifted roads. The men's high prize for 500 was won by Al Rosenmeyer; the women's by Mrs. Henry Arndorfer. Mrs. E. F, Arndorfer won the door prize. Isadore Meyer Loses Brother— Isadore Meyer returned last Thursday from St. Cloud, Minn, where he had attended the funeral of a brother. Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. August Harig celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Friday evening, and a numbei of relatives and neighbors and other friends assisted. The evening wae spent at cards, and refreshments were served. SCHOOL MUSIC TEACHERS PLAN FESTIVAL IN APRIL Burt, Jan. .12—A meeting of school music supervisors of the county was held at the local echoolhouse last week Monday evening to lay plans for a county music festival at Algona in April. A three-course supper was served by four members of the advanced home economics class j under the direction of Charlotte I Warrior. Ten supervisors were present, representing Algona, Ledyard, Lone Rock, Titonka, Wesley and Burt. +»«*•»*«*»««««»»««»»«««»«»»+«««»«»«»»««««••«•»•»• ( Rice Book and Gift Shop \ —Just ofi Theatre Lobby— SPECJAfSALE Thursday - Friday - Saturday January 14, 15 and 16 Everything ~ Everything Except Greeting Cards and Books to be sold at a tremendous cut. Open Evenings Rite-Way Grocery SPECIALS January 14 to 21 No. 2 salmon 2 for 25c No. 2 grapefruit 2 for 25c No. 2 Jack Sprat solid pack tomatoes I7c No. 2 Jack Sprat sugar pio pumpkin. ioc Aunt Dinah cooking molasses 2 for 25c No. ZVi can hand packed tomatoes I5c No. 2 can peas ioc No. 2 whole kernel corn, 2 for 29c 1 Ib. Mayflower or Jack Sprat peanut butter -_..15c Jack Sprat Queen olivea, modernistic iar 25c home-butchered meats Oatmeal, large pkg 15 C Good Cheer coffee I9c No. 2 Jack Sprat crushed pineapple ig c No. 2% Mayflower plneap- . Pie 19c % Ib. baking chocolate 19c No. 2 sliced pineapple 19c No. 2 Jack Sprat sweet peas ig c No. 2 can poa and carrot combination J9c 1 at. mustard I9c Dill pickles, 1 qt. jar 25c Popcorn, 1 can ioc Jack Sprat pancake flour 19c at reasonable prices, fresU fish, etc R—Profits Small R—Business Great That's the way we operate. CATH WN M, GKEEN PHONE 245 WE DELIVER CLEARANCE •\ (. ' t , , ' A ' '• t i Continues With Added Bargains Plain Facts that Tell a True Story of Economy You Can't Afford to Ignore Perhaps never in the history of our retail experience have we conducted a-January Clearance Sale when a dollar would buy as much as it will now, but the extremely unfavorable weather has left us with too many winter goods; therefore, this extensive effort to reduce our stock. Our loss can be your gain. Drastic Apparel Reductions at $4*98 Values to $11.75. This special group Includes — plain silks, travel, crepes, and light weight woolens — sizes 14 to 44. They are wonderful values. DRESSES Values to $25.00 Most of the dresses In this gronp were onr regular $19.75 values — Smart — new — np to the inlnnte styles — In the newest shades and models are Included. Many HOLLYWOOD dresses In this group. 50 Fine Fur Trimmed Coats at $16.95 • , . . ' ' /'.'-.''. : •. Every coat this season's style—all beautifully furtrim- med-^silk lined and flannel Jnner lined. Blacks—browns and mixtures—sizes from 14 to 46; ''The greatest values you have ever seen. . ' at DRESSES $14*95 each Values to $29.75 Beautiful transparent velvets—fine pretty laces—sheer chiffons — and smart silk crepes—only one of a style—and the best looking .dresses we have' ever shown—don't wait until they are all picked over — be here early. COATS at $12.95 each Values to $25.00 This exceptional group includes the newest styles in plain colors and fancy mixtures—all are trimmed with big fur sets of good wearing qualities — women's and misses' sizes. Extra Special 200 Beautiful Dresses at $7*98 each This splendid group of dresses — includes the season's newest materials, and styles. There are silk crepes, satins, chiffons, travel prints and light weight woolens. Women's and misses' sizes. None were less than $11.75 and some were $19.75. Don't miss this chance to supply your dress wants at little cost. GOATS at $26.75 each Values to $50.00 Elegant coats—trimmed with beautiful furs—made in the season's latest styles and newest materials and colors. Wonderful values at this price. COATS at $39.85 each Values to $69.00 You always feel better in coats that you know are well made and now you have a chance to buy one of our finest that has been considered good value at $59.00 and $69.00 for only $39.85. You better come early. ' A few of the c. xvegmar $1.69 main Wooly Wonder Blankets This popular large size part wool double blanket in all the bedroom colors. Clearance Price _ Mattress Pads Quilted pads for mattress covers in the double bed size. Regular $2.50 quality. Clearance Price _ Blankets Pretty block plaid 70x80-in. size blanket sheets in different colors There are but 35 of these left. Clearance Price Lined Gloves You may choose from our entire stock of fur-trimmed linpd leather gloves . 4 / OFF Suede Gloves New style chamoisuede gauntlet style gloves in the wanted brown and tan shades. Clearance Price Silk Garments Pure silk crepe de chine pajamas, gowns, teddies, and step-ins. All perfect garments except some are slightly soiled. I/ PRICE Clearance Price __. /2 many, many rare values to be seen on our floor. Don't fail to get your share Barge. on Stylish Footwear Lot No. 1 In this lot we are giving you a larger assortment and better sizes than we have ever offered before at this exceedingly low price. Clearance Price. --- 4 I . Lot No. 2 In this lot we are offering you a choice of high grade dressy shoes. They are in short lines, but all styles and leathers will be found. Clearance Price v. : y*,wo..3 lix this lojt you will find/some of the very, latest styles and leathers. Some of the fall's best seller^.. Shoes that are worth up to $8.50,. Clearance Price-.... «j It Will Pay Blankets All of our finest blankets and robes in both light and dark colors. •„, I/ OFF Clearance Price ___„_.. '/4 , Silk Hose Our entire stock of finest $1.95 and $1.69 silk hose wanted colors. ^ * pair ------ „ ------ '.'..;S1 OB a PAIBS FOB 78.76 Winter Underwear Ladies' rayon and wool and cot* ton mixed sleeveless, knee length Bunion suits, , *** .Clearance Price - 39C on' • to see Mrs, Tribon on the lower floor during the last three days of this sale, as we have told her to price the balance of the goodsishe has ridiculously cheap. For instance, a big rack of garments, values up to $6.50 each, for 5Qc each t and many more bargains just as good. . A group of both plain silks in the newest weaves. Clearance Price _, • ' • Dress Goods This popular dress material ooks like silk i» «S?h tern in values up to Clearance BROS, COMPANY Rayon and steprins fancy" Heat q • ' —'-»m._ ^H* " -- J - cy T^E^-^-J- l. Jl». ' f l./*!W<WWw-flW^ s- * *" f ? *.V*"-' . & i

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