Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1932
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s Closing-Out Sale " " — ' Going On »lease is to expire arid we are forced into a com, liquidation of our entire stock men's and boys' w l ng ,.furnishings, shoes for the family, groceries, goods, etc. Fixtures must be sold. 'Here are just a few of our big values you will tih,our store during our closing out sale: •feSMf?.' «a£ N .-...19c n'a * heavy double Men's postman and po- B " - —.—•"•• llceman's sox Boys' new spring caps Just arrived — big shipment of ladies' spring straw £ 4 ^*f hats________j!p I .Of Coarse straws and fine straws, values up to $5. Men's and boys' M^** tennis shoes 4 IV Men ; s heavy ribbed un- Ion C7«* suits QIC Corn, Iowa very Q^ best, 15c grade OC Peas, Monarch, QjC-| 3 cans L_ OwC Bran Flakes, ft^ pkg.____ .__ 9C Tomatoes, Q«% can.— _-__ OC Pork and - ft* beans, can j. fC •i 50c <gu/i metal- ox- sizes dfr 4 O"7' 6. 4H.3K black oxfords, $2.37 Af, : ' » ii dress i, broadcloth hes, No. l.size can lerries, No. 10- size OQ|% 99 V Iger's [fee— 19c 38c COttNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA 1 RAIN STOPS MOVING AT IRVIN6TON n«i,. 's Store Come in and see these big values. Entire stock must be sold. YES , Yes, our price-slaughtering sale was a fsuccess, and we are going to continue to Islpughter prices. We are going to continue this sale all through 1932. In fact tliis sale ||f established the new low prices for this year. High prices are a thing of the past. We \are putting the prices down where people kcan buy and keep the.dollars rolling. u , / I •• -. A dollar will go a long ways and buy. a Pot of goods if you keep it rolling from one person to another. .Laying still it is just a , Piece of paper, no good to anyone and often Winging harm to its owner. ; -John bought a pair of rubbers. I took itne dollar and bought an ax at the hardware, the hardware man bought a dress for f ws wife. Gene took the dollar to the garage ma^n for fixing his car. 'The garage man brought me the same dollar for a pair | oi slippers for his five-year-old girl, and i . I A Pl J t dollai> s to work and you put men I'w work, and it will soon end depression. JIMMIE NEVILLE THE SHOE MAN, ALGONA, IOWA PECAL Lubricntlo« j^ Cmu-cuse Refill * m your Fora 'c&r for Colemans moved f'U Verne, and the Ted Harrs moved.to the farm vacated by them. 'The Tony Sorcnsons hav o moved to the farm recently vacated by the Oluml RutledKes. Tlie A. Housc- ll"y Blylho house in Irvlngton. The Mcnry Webers moved to their farm nonr Corwith, and .the Frank Asas to the tormiM- Weber farm. It Is re- Ported that James Devtno will move in the near future to the Asheltord farm northeast of Irvlngton, which is at present occupied by the R Pickard family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Robison will then move to the farm vacated by the Devlnea. The Alton Rochleatis have moved to Fenton, and their former home Is occupied by a Christiansen family from Humboldt. Mrs. Cliu*. Iti'lnecke 111— A former Irvlngton resident recently visited Mrs. Charles Reinecke at her farm near Verndale, Minn. The Relneckes formerly owned the farm now owned by Henry .Scheppman. -She rents her farm to a neighbor, but lives in the house with her daughter, Dora. Martha, older daughter, lives with her family In California. Dora is a senior in the A'erndale high school, and plans to attend Normal one year and then start teaching. She recently won first In a dramatic declamatory contest. She is also an honor roll.stu- dent, and will also be salutorian at commencement. Mrs. Relnecke Is suffering painfully with rheumatism, and believes that in years she will be helpless. Lu Verne Mother Goose Program Draws Crowd LWAlSHOSt TO FEDERATED WOMEN'S CLUBS trti Verne, Mar. 8—Despite bad weather, there was a good attendance* at the prog-ram given by the third and fourth grades at the gym- loose rhymes were In-1 vlted. The children .put on a program of dances, songs, and read- Ings. Alter tho' party Marjorle .^inoriist chllrch s Christenson gave several readings wcek Tue «, (1 " with and Junior Huff, Dickie Smith, Arlo Tuesday, with Dehnert and Bobby Bommel took part in a Black Cat Frolic, which was enjoyed. a. few Training School Is Held— The Ihvington F. B. •training fttg/ of Hermoline oil. Pennsylvania and school met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Harry Seeley. Seven cooperators, including the hostess and Miss Body, attended. Applied de- fiign was studied. Materials used were plain colored cloth, pencil, ruler, cra'yolas and newspapers. Another meeting, at which three previous lessons will be taught other women who were unable to attend the regular school, will be held nt the Fred Geigel home this week Thursday. The lessons will be on pillow tops, wall hangings, and applied design. Grc&sons Move to Grlnnell— The 'Leo Gregsons moved from a farm near Corwith, which they had occupied for several years, to *Crin- nell last week. Household goods were trucked to Grlnnell Wednesday. The family spent Wednesday night at O. L. Miller's, and drove down Thursday. They, plan to make their home with Mr. Greyson's mother, who has been living alone. Howard, high school student at Corwith, "will I'emain and will be'gradu- ated in June. He plans to enter Orinnell college In 'the fall. Mrs. Mlna Ward Still III— Mrs. Mary Harness, who is spending the winter and spring with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Ditsworth, says her daughter, Mrs. Mina Ward; of Saguach, Colo., is suffering from heart trouble and high blood pressure. Mrs. Gus Ricca, daughter of Mre. Ward, who 'visited at the Dits- worths last winter, was called Home because of a serious heart attack which Mrs. Ward suffered. Her condition was critical then, but she is now somewhat improved. Aid to Have All-Day Quilting— • The Aid met last Thursday at the annex. Ten attended and the after- to Give Program— The fifth and sixth .grades are preparing an entertainment for Tuesday evening, March 15, at the gymnasium. There will be two plays and a minuet. The flrst'play deals with an Indian plot In three acts, and Is entitled The Law of the Tribe. Gordon Dimler plays the part of Brown Deer.' Pearl Scrlb- ner, Mlneola, Kathleen McClellan and Merle Thompson, Mlnola's grandparents, known as Withered Elm and Crooked Horn: and Max- Ine Smith, Chief White Eagle. These nre the principal characters. In the minuet eight children will take part, and the dance will be given between the plays. The second play follows n- gypsy plot, and Is ' entitled The Gypsy's Secret. Howard McClellan takes the part of captain; Virginia Ramus, gypsy queen; Burnell 1 Wegner, Old'iMadre; Mary Alice Big- Ings, Wlldflower; and Phil Lichty, Prince Fernando. ; ' .Vacant Houses Arc Occupied— Since March 1 nearly every vacant house In town Is occupied. The John Bommels have moved into the H. B. Zentner property on the south end of Main street. The Albert Schneiders moved to the Hardcopf house, vacated' by the P. Soreneons, who moved ,to the Chet Hull .acreage, which "they 'recently purchased. The Marx Schwy.ters are living jn the Ruger residence; Olbert Lau's in the Ed Mason house; Chet Hull in rooms above Benedict's store, and the J. Parrels, of Corwith, are living In the Patterson house. The Farrells have three children enrolled In the local school, Louise in the seventh grade, and twin boys In the ninth grade. S. S. Clnss Gives Social— The Young Men's class of the program at the local theater build- Ing Saturday, February 29, and there was a good-sized patronage. A program of music, jokes, .and ventriloquism was given'. The young men brought the pies, which' were sold at auction to the young women in attendance. served a Commercial club supper at a local church last Thursday. Qnllf exhibit to~r7aiiii<Ml— The"-Methodist Dorcas Sunday school class plans a quilt exhibit at the church next week Tuesday. Refreshments will be served and a silver offering taken. Boy for the Alrcc Itocckliolis— A 10-lb. boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alrec Boeckholt at'their home near Titonka last week Wednesday. They have one other child, a daughter, Harriett June. Other Lakota News. M. H. Hailey, Mrs. Worley's father who lives at Mason City, la spending' a couple of weeks here and helping tho Worieys "get settled in the Leisveid house. (Mrs. Ward Dawsoh, VirW 1 Hed her mother, Mrs. O.- K. has returned to her home i celslor, Mffln.''..' ' " ' "' Mesdames W. E. Ley and William Turley entertained at four 'tables .of bridge lost week Wednesda-y- "evening. Mrs. N. E. Noble \vent tof ; . 8wea. City Friday to visit her daughter; Mrs. Samuel Warburton. Lrikota, Mar. S—The county federation of women's clubn mot at the , Methodist church, Swea City, lost! \ the Lakota- Rwea City clubs as hostesses. In spite of a storm, 4S women registered. A. Washington program was given. Luncheon favors at noon were silk flags and bunches of cherries, and the registration cards were red hatchets. Mrs. F. O. Johnson, Lakota, sang I Love Life, and, The Marriage License; Virginia Fulte, Swea City, accompanied by her mother, played a vloffn solo written by Souea, who has just died, for the Washington bl-centennlal; Mrs. Hazel Dawson, Excelsior, Minn., visiting her mother, Mrs. C. R. 'Smith, Lakota, sang A Beautiful Dreamer, also A Little Brown Bird; Mrs. Smith gave two read- Ings, Looking Back, by Edgar Guest, and Little Boy Blue, by Eugene Field, Mrs. Doris Ukena, Lakota, accompanying at the piano; Mre. George Heetland, Mrs. Richard Hamqulst, and Mrs. Fred Schroeder, Lakota, sang The. Story of Washington and Lincoln and Take Me Back to My Childhood Home Again. At a round-table discussion on school problems some things brought up wei-e: health; parents vs. teach- ere; the ideal teacher; and the present school system. Esther Smith sang Land of Hope and Glory and The Second Minuet, and Mrs. Frank Thomson, Swea City, gave a reading, George Washington. The Lu Verne, Titonka, Fenton, and Burt clubs will entertain at Burt May 3. Epworth League Gives Program— . The Epworth League gave an entertainment at the Methodist church last Thursday evening before a fair- sized audience. The program follows: Around the Clock, Beth Hamquist; slumber song, Mrs. F. O. Johnsonj piano solo, Eleanor Moe; song, chorus; radio announcements, Dale Estle; trumpet solo, Mrs. Johnson; trio, Lorraine Smith, La Von Johnston, Dorothy Clemans; piano duet, Miss Lockwood arid Mrs. Johnson; a play, An Economical j-iic -luuiife lYiena UIHSS OL tne """»i>3wii, «, iJiu.y, .tt.il l^uunoiuiuu Methodist Sunday school taught by Boomerang, La Van Johnston, Wll- John Brink gave a pie social and a llam Clemans, Lorraine Smith, Mau- Liithcrnii young 1 People Meet— The Ruger young people were hosts to the Y. P. S. at a business and social meeting at the Lutheran church last week Tuesday evening. The pastor,'.the Revi Mr. Wltten- burg. led a discussipn of the third article of the catechism, after which games " were played, inclement weather and bad roads made the attendance smaller than usual. Lutheran Services to Start— Special services will be held at the Evangelical church beginning Sunday night and continuing till Easter Sunday. The Rev. C. L. Hoering, of Paton, will assist the Rev. Mr. Lang. Prof. Zuehl, of Le Mars, has postponed his coming till a later date, which will be announced later. ' • Deniongtratlon at Club— The J. J. club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Charles Wolfe. After a short .business meeting, Mrs, Archie Sanford gave a demonstration or| — •"•-«« -_*_.» L4ki-<-.iiui_L4 emu me O.LI.CI ~ *c 'ua.iri.ui u t»«.vc a, UClllUIlijLiH.L1UI1 Oil noon was spent quilting. Hostesses making silhouette pictures. Each WPl'P ATpcHn VtlOC T? Pn HOT nrtrl Qrt^lnVifl m AiYiVtAtt * *-»n r\n n ntn + iin.-. ^..«t«». il- „ were Mesdames Reaper and Schlchtl. An all-day quilting will be held, this Friday. Those 'attending will furnish a. covered-dish and-sandwiches. Other Irvington News. Minnie Scheppman returned home Sunday from the Alfred Schenck home, where she had been employed for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ballard, Redwood Falls, Minn., and Harvey Hewitt, Algona, were Sunday visitors at the Mrs. Chas. Sun- key and Arthur Rlley homes. .Mrs. Sankey Is a sister of Mrs, Ballard and Mr. Hewitt. . Mrs. Vernon Robison, employed at the Jacob 'Maasdam home for more than a year, Is visiting her parents •for a few days before accompanying her husband to their farm southeast of Irvlngton. Mrs. Verna Plefer, of Wesley, is now at home. the Maasdam Durwood, son of Mr. and Mrs, J Smith, Algona, is staying with his aunt, Mrs. Robert Skilllng, while his mother is at Brltt helping care for her sister, Mrs. Howard Shore, who is ill. Mrs. Smith, and Mrs; S.hore are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roney and Mrs, A. McLean motored to Mason City Friday afternoon to return Mrs. Henry Lofing, who had bson spending several days with the Mcr Leans, ,to her home there. They re* turned Saturday. Mrs. Henry Scheppman spent last week In bed, suffering with the flu. Merrill. Parsons, now employed at the Henry Weber farm hear Corwith, has also been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cairy, of Waterloo, are spending a few weeks at the Harry Seeley home. Mr. Cairy s a brother,of Mrs. Seeley. Mre. Russell 'Fry spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Skill- lng. Audrey Fry is -spending this n-eek at'the Skilllng home. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on the Faith of Daniel: text: Daniel 6:23. He ateo read the llth chapter of Hebrews. The Elliott Sklllings and Wlllard Oregsojis, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs, Forbes Stilts were Sunday guests a£ Russell Fry's. Attention, Hoarders! Lone Rook, Mar. 8—Banker N. L, 'otton announces that a national Wizens 'Reconstruettpn '— .ion has been formefy of local «f ent, to member made a picture during the course of the afternoon. Refreshments were served by the hostess. ' Enters Second lU'clum Round— The Lu Verne 'high school will be represented at the final county de 7 clamatory contest Friday night at Burt by Helen Kuebler, in the dramatic class. Her, selection Is Fear God and Take Your Own Part. This is also the second round in the .stat contest, "•• • . Travelogs 'Given at Club—The Tuesday club met at Mre Mr. Baddeley's. Roll call was answered by beauty spots of U. S,, and rice Johnston, Emory Smith, Pearl Bstle; cornet solo, A Perfect Day, Donald Worley. . ,, the program consisted of a travelog of the west, given by Mrs. Peter Thompson, and a travelog of the east by Emma Voes. Hurry Stauffacher Has Pneumonia Harry Sta,uffapher- has 'been seriously. sick with pneumonia at, the hbjne^of his, mother, Mrs. Jane Stauffacher. A 1 trained nurse has been in attendance. Esther Cantata Is Planned— The Presbyterian choir has begun practice on an Easter cantata entitled Gethsemarie to Calvary.- Kate Skinner is director, Other Lu Vorne News, Mrs, Chrie Anderson left last Thursday to join her.' husband near St. Joseph, Mo., after three months with her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. W. P. Godfrey, Mr. Anderson, who is a bridge contractor, has work some 40 miles from St. Joseph. Mr. and • Mrs. 'P. I. Chapman ' entertained at 6 o'clock dinner Friday night at the \. H. Benedicts, De Kae Godfreys, W, P. Godfreys, Ruby? and -Blanche. The evening was spent socially with game and music. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer and the Charles Wojfes entertained the former's son Alfred last week-end. He lives at Davenport and was on his way home from a business trip to- Minneapolis. Eleanor Anderson, who attends I. S. T. C. at Cedar Palls, epept a short vacation last week with, her parents son. 'Mrs. 'An4w- Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Ple?>ke and. aojj Jimmy, <>| Webster City, yWte^ re), lves,?!} Irtj Verne jas^ sy^, t Mr, awj Mr* Uarol<3l speot Sunday at $9 Er»e$t; at Marlc Balvance Is Bride— Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Balvance, Ledyard, and Ubbe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Heyes, southeast of Lakota, were married at . the German Reformed parsonage, German Valley, February 22, the ceremony being perform ed -by the Rev. Mr. Haken. The were attended by Grace Heyes, sii ter of, the bridegroom, and Raymon Balvance, brother of the bride. J wedding dinner was served at th home of .the, bride's parents to th immediate 'families. The newlywed have a farm east of Lakota vacate by the Ike Harms family. Benzol Family In Bad Luck— Mrs. Ed Kahl's broth'er-in-law Henry Denzel, Is in a hospital a Forest City, recovering from an ac cident in which one leg was cut of below the knee. He .was puttini corn fodder into his barn, when h was caught in a rope which ampu tated the leg. -Mr. Denzel's wife dlei last fall, and Mrs. Kahl had wort one day last week that his brpthe in Minne'sota had died as the resul of having had his, back .broken In an accident five weeks ago. S. S. Class Klects Officers— The Berean Methodist Sunday school class met last week Tuesda; evening, but because of bad road some members could not attend Fifteen young folks attended, and officers were elected: Raymond Pat terson, ' president; Dale Estle, vici president; La Von Johnston, secre tary-treasurer. Max O'Keefe was chairman of an "eats" committee for the meeting. Acorn Club ^'Entertained— . Mrs. Arthur Schlssel was hostess to the Acorn club last Thursday •program: poem, The Bird and the Song, Mrs. Ethel Smith; Birds of Your S.tate, Mrs. Madera Torlne, assisted by Mesdames Turley, Hamquist, Woodworth, Wortman, and Warburton; Edward W. Bok and the Singing Tower, Mrs, 'Lola Hamquist, • Elsie Smidt Is Married— Elele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warner Smidt, south of town, and Enno Folkerts, Abbot, Iowa, were married at the German Reformed parsonage near German Valley Wednesday, February 4. They were attended toy Jennie Smidt, sister of the bride, and Ben Pannkuk, Titonka. They will farm the Buell farm, west of Titonka. 4-H Club Meets Saturday— The Ledyard township 4 7 H girls' club met at Jake Telcamp's Saturday, and in spite of a. storm seven girls attended. Irene Zielske was leader. during Emma Gutknecht's absence. The girls completed work on calendars. Band Gives a Concert— The Lakota band gave a concert at the schoolhouse Friday night. A. good-sized, crowd was out, tout a storm kept many at home. There are 85 members in the band, and it is d,irected by the Rev. O. JS. Fr'er- ktne. ' Gutknecbts Howe (nun Tour-Mr, and Mrs. W. H, Gutknecht and Emma Qutknecht sot horo,e Saturday 'Crom six weeks in Oregon, California, Arizona, etc. Fred Qut- knecht has been transferred to a veterans' hpspltal aj; Tucson, Ariz. A. 9. Smith go* bo^e fe^t weel? onday from Morris, anon.., nyhere . attend^ the djjujbje lis djavgbter Berets, Brims and Bows Make Easter Hats the Gayest Ever! $ 1.95 to *3.95 It isn't any wonder that everyone in town is able to find a hat to their liking in our collection! For styles embrace every ver-' sion of the new mode! We're so excited about the styles we're almost forgetting to mention the price! It goes without saying that these are the smartest hats you have ever seen at these prices. SilkJHosiery Fullrfashioned first quality silk hosiery _ Every pair smart in appearance — sheer all-over silk with plated soles — service weight with four-inch garter hem—a stocking that literally wears forever. Pure thread silk hosiery, service weight _ A perfect fitting stocking that is different from the regular run of hose at this price—of fresh new silk in the correct shades for spring. HAVE made Hosts of Friendsr— WHAT a marvelous opportunity for those who never have worn them to discover what fine stockings they really are— THERE is sheer silk, beauty and style in every pair. Picot top chiffon silk hose, A low price for these beautiful hose—every pair perfect and new. Every pair full- fashioned and made of fine, clear, even chiffon silk with permanent dull finish. Rayon Silk Stocking.! 22c 5 pair for $1 Child's Ribbed Hose 15c Nude, brown and black. Jacquard Lace STOCKINGS 98c Right at the time when they are of highest fashion, imagine finding a run- proof all silk, lace stocking at only 98c. All silk, stockings £ «i 4 A from tip to toe —9 I • I 9 Most exquisite quality in 45- gauge, fulllfashioned all silk stockings with picot top in the season's correct colors — Smoketone, Matin, Paseo, Sandee and Gunmetal. Misses' Rayon Hose Ribbed style,. Sizes 6 to 9. Women's Cotton Hose Beige Claire and gunmetal. Special Men's Fancy Hose 10c trRRHHffig Department Stores Boys' Fancy Sox Wanted If you have some idle money lying around, or even though you have put it in the Post Office and it is drawing you 2 per cent, why hot come in and let us show you how you can invest small amounts in FIRST MORTGAGES ON KOSSUTH COUNTY LAND WHICH ARE BETTER THAN GOVERNMENT BONDS s and which will pay you 5£ per cent interest? We have applications for the following amounts secured by first mortgage on the farm: $2,000 on 160 acres $3,000 on 120 acre. $3,000 on 160 acre. $4,500 on 160 acres $5,000 on 160 acre. $3,000 on 160 acres » $2,000 on 160 acres $3,000 on 160 acres $1,500 on $0 acres $2,500 on 160 acres $1,500 on 80 acres $1,000 on 320 acres •^ *' • ''• '^W'V^i'^f^'Af Saw^^^*-'^-

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