Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1932 · Page 3
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BAYS AT ; 'S o CLOSING OUT SALE Ing Here. Take advantage of here. This is the opportune : offere $2.00 caps at' -'— ^ • w broadcloth Aborts and shirts at-Men's broadcloth shirts; |2,00 and ^"™ ~ J2.50 values —-' Boys' dress shirts, spring patterns; 85c values, now_ Men's Spring union 5, Topklss 11.00 gar- meats, 69 C now—' www all A FEW SPECIALS IN OUR GROCERY DEl'T. LOOK THESE OVER 29c P.-G. Soap, 10 bars Cherries, Red solid pack, No. 10 can Pitted, 48c Blackberries, Solid pack, No - 10 49c can Corn, Iowa pack, 15c grade Crackers, Soda, 2 Ib. box Jc 18c Pineapple in syrup, No. .17c can Oatmeal, 8-lb. pkg. 19c Johnson's Floor Wax, 75c can — 49c TO our many friends and customers: Our lease is to expire and wrareforcad a complete liquida- ;tion of pur ;r entire stock. Men's heavy work shirts—— 47c Men's dress sox, 25c grade' _ 15c Boys' overalls, good grade _,_— EASTER MILLINERY An unusual event to precede Easter. Rough, pliable straws in dozens of the'newest'style-suc- cesses. All the newest colors and blacks— ' ' $1.37, «1.68, $1.88" Men's work shoes $1.79 Big assortment of dress shirts, ' $1.50 values ... Monarch Peas, 3 cans for WHY PAY MORE? Monarch raspberry berry, can pure and jam, straw- 17c EASTER FOOTWEAR All ; the' outstanding styles that will march in the Easter parade. Pumps, straps, ties, and sandals $1.97 and $2.88 Girls' 1- strap'pat. slipper— $1.45 Tennis shoes for boys Boys' oxfords, 97c.to ______ Sizes up to 6. 49c 1.98 Men's knee boots, all sizes 1.97 KOS9UTH COUNTY At)VANCB, ALOONA, IOWA PAOB BEGIN EASTER PROGRAM AT WESLEY IODAY Wesley, , Mai-. 22—Special services will be held at St. Joseph church this week, beginning Thursday, when there will be all-day, adoration before the Blessed Sacrament. In the evening Closing Exercises, Prayers, and Benediction Will precede the ad- m,lnl«terlng oC the Blessed Sacrament. Friday at 9. a. In. Veneration of the Cross will take place. Two o'clock Friday is Holy Hour, honoring the Saviour's death. Saturday morning at 8, there will be blessing of the Easter water, candles,- etc., and afterward mass. Beginning Easter morning, mass will be held one- half hour earlier; low mass thereafter being at 7:30, and high mass at 10 o'clock. Okko Potent Daughter Weds— Wesley relatives have received cards announcing the marriage' of Mildred Grace 'Peters, 'daughter ' of the Rev. and Mi's. Olcko B. Peters to Alton Luder, at Dallas City, 111., on Tuesday, Marcli 1. -Mr. and Mrs. Luder will be at home at Dallas City after March 14. Mildred formerly lived with her parents north of Wesley. Her father, Okko, grew up on his father's farm near Wesley, and married Mary, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chandler Ward, north of Wesley farmers. The couple farmed here for yeara. Music Festival Given by Schoolaf Lcdt/ard Methodists Observe Pulni Sunday— Palm Sunday «ervlces were held at the Methodist church Sunday Ledyard, Mar/22—A music festival was given In the high school auditorium Friday night, by 200 children, and a good-sized crowd attended, though the roads were bad. The program was: Massed singing, accompanied by H. S. orchestra, Standard Airs of America, medley overture; H. S. orchestra, Petite Suite de Ballet, Glnck. Mottl Roberts Capriclo—Jos- eph Hayden; Mignonette, .1. Bauman. Third . Grade—Welcome Song, My Man John. , First and Second Grade—Rhythm Band, group of songs. Fourth and Fifth Grades—Stay In Your Own Back Yard, Jolly Picka- ninnies. Sixth Grade — Harmonica Band, group of songs. Girls' Small Vocal Group—Love Is 'a Rose. Gertrude San Soucl; Slumber Boat, Jessie L. Gaynor. Girls' Glee Club—Star Lullaby, Brycescon Treharne; • • Sleepers Awake, Johann- Sebastian Bach. Boys' Glee CIub^Minstrel Song, Granvllle Bantock. Piano Solo, Henrietta O''Keefe: In the Twilight, Root; Melody 'In F, Rubensteln. Violin 'Solo, Alice Hagge: Mosquito Dance, Ludwlg" Mendelssohn. Violin Trio, Alice Moulton, Pearl Wlrtjes, and Adah Telkamp: Spring Bells, Mackle Beyer. ' Trombone Solo, Jamed •' Logan: From Day to Day, Clay Smith. Trumpet Solo, Tllmer Halvorson: Honeysuckle Polka, Casey. •Band: True Blue, Carl King; Spirit of Youth, Furtunato Cordlllo; morning. The pastor delivered an excellent sermon, and also sang a solo. There will be special Easter music by the choir next Sunday. The W. F. M. S. will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Theron Hansen, roads permitting. The alternative Is the Mrs. Hans Hansen home, In town. The Junior girls' class will meet -Monday evening with Fay Nle- wald; and the usual program of study, play, and eats will •' be fol-' lolved. Teachers Attend Fort Dodge Meet— Wesley teachers attended the meeting of the North Central Teachers' association at Fort Dodge last Friday. The morning was given over to general lectures by various speakers, among which that of Supt. Beveridge, Omaha, was outstanding, The afternoon was spent at' Rounc Table discussions of various topics In the evening all attended a play given py the Fort Dodge Junior college, for the benefit of the teachers Twelve hundred the convention. teachers attended FIXTURES MUST BE SOLD RACKS, SCALES, COUNTERS MUST BE SOLI) Big lot of ladies' dresses to be closed out. Children's—We have all sizes on hand and selling them very cheap, A big assortment of Confirmation dresses on hand in sizes 6 to 18. Look these over, for you will never duplicate them at what we are selling them for. •• BLOOM'8 STORE ALOONA ss IOWA Birthday of Twins Observed— Mr. arid Mrs. Joe Goetz entertained at djnner Sunday, In honor of the birthday of Joe and his twin brother Leo, which falls on March 19? Those present, besides the family of _ the hosts, were the Mike and Leo Goetz families and Henry Goetz. The banquet was crowned by a blrtfcdtly cake, decorated with the number o candles equal to the years of elthe twin. • • . Study Club to Meet Today— . The Study club will meet this week Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Am mon Lease. The subject Is 'Indian Tribes, and members will respond t roll call by naming an Indian tribe Mrs. Aldrich Is leader. This meet Ing was to have been held at Mrs. Bode'a. In the country, but the condition of the roads prevents. Mrs. Bode will entertain 'some :tlme in June. ' Danish Woman Visits Brother— • Mrs. Matilda Christenson, ' from Denmark, recently visited her brother, Emil Wester, here. She has been In this country five .months, and has visited relatives. In New York, Fort Dodge, and 'Minneapolis, -She expected to return in Atfril or May, but has obtained an extension on her ticket, which enables her to stay longer. Arkansas School Band, Carl King. The proceeds of this entertainment o to help pay expenses of stu- dents'who are entering a music con- est at Esthervllle April 1 and 2. Methodist Choir GlVes Cantanta— The Methodist choir gave a can- ;ata Sunday night, The Dawn of Easter. Mrs. Johnson was directress, -Mrs. Barrett pianist. Follow- ng are the numbers:... For Cur Transgressions, choir; The Master Is Asleep '(bass solo), the Rev. V. O Johnson, and contralto solo, Mra Johnson arid choir; Our Hopes, Our Dreams Are Dead? men's chorus; Let Not Your Heart be. Troubled contralto and tenor duet, Harold anc Mildred Granner; Tomorrow,-^soprano solo, Mrs. Johnson; Violin obligate, Miss Randall; Day Is Breaking, choir; He la Not Here, bass solo, the 'Rev. Mr. Johnson and woman's chorus; Come! Forth In Triumph, choir;. O Ye of Little Faith, tenor solo, Ralph Olson and choir: He is Risen, choir. Hoys Give Bridge Party— Elvin. Carpenter and "Bill" Welmer entertained ,at a,bridge party last Thursday evening at the latter's home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Qecil Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. V. A. 'Barrett, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen, Misses Wylam, Granner, Nolan, Stranahan, Randall and Jones, Harold Granner, Law.rence Plhpel and_Frank Moulton. Patrick color scheme was out in the lunch'. .-.•• The St. carried Surprise for. Grandma Leister- Members of the Methodist Aid and friends met last Thursday at the home of -Mrs.' Blanche'.Jenks and surprised the latter's mother. Grandma Nelster, in' honor of her 79th birthday.- Each guest gave the honoree a handkerchief. Lunch was CAN COOKED HAM FOR , EASTER DINNERS No Waste and Work. Very cheap this year. A1 so Swift'a ana Decker's Smoked Haras, by slice, , . part or vfcole. for the table for Easter. -Radishes, lettuce, Green Onions, Celery, Strawber- f and new Asparagus,. potatoes. - Qreen Tappers OU» FBJDAY AWJP SATURDAY SNAPS 6 Pounds *° P° u ^s flftjf Pounds yfa ha ""ToUej|~ Hard Times Party The Bpworth League gave a hard times party in the church basement last week Tuesday -evening. Ten cents admission was charged, and fines exacted for various items of "fancy" drees: good suit, fancy hanky, polished shoes, fancy socks, and watch, (Elgin excepted). Games were played, and doughnuts and oof- fee served in the basement. Dinner Honors Farmer's Birthday— A family dinner-party was given at the A. E. Giddings hoirie Sunday noon, in honor of the birthday of the eldest son, Gordon C., who, with hi" wife, farms north of Wesley. An orange and green color scheme was carried out In the menu. Gordon's birthday falls on March 19. Mrs. Mobility's Mother Stricken— The Rev. and Mrs. McNulty drove to Farnhamvllle last Thursday to see Mrs. McNulty'^ • mother, Mrs. Mary A. Wyatt, who recently suffered a slight paralyse stroke and has since been conflned\to her bed. They returned the same aay. Swen Monson 75} Wane.*' Swen Monson observed his 75th birthday anniversary Friday. Mrs Eva Moneon entertained In his honor the Emll Wester family and the Oscar Monsons,. Garner. to served, and a St. Patrick's color scheme was carried out. Teacher's Birthday 'Celebrated- Last week Wednesday.' evening Mrs. Barrett Invited in the women of the school faculty and .surprised Mies Jones in- honor 'of her ^.birthday. The evening,.' was spent, in playing bridge. ;.''•'...• Nleee of l*dyard »|en Dies- Joe and Howard' May ne received word Saturday of the death of their iece, Miss Hortense Mayne, of Es- hervllle. Both families attended the uneral Monday. ' wo School Directors Ileelected— James-'Llpyd and Lou Junkermoiv: were reelected- as members of the chool board for another term, and Fred' Junkermeier reelepted as reasurer. . , ' Storm HJis C. b. of The C. D. of A. play. Listen, Leon, at Kleinpeter hall Sunday evening, was-well presented, but attendance was only fajlr, because ' of the snowstorm, Cons'te.Hold Communion Communion services will be held in the Congregational church this week Thursday evening. Easter serj, vices, with special music, will he held next week Sunday morning,'. Other Wesey Mrs. Henry Ku»z ***' fW ' ** Minneapolis, to visit Ivyl Marie, ^ She will also visit Clare and his wife a 'St Paul. Clare now has the Minnesota State 8 pectlo» department. headauarters at the state FUWWWW* mm, to K»Ute tfie 0- ttm wick, Visited school here last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zlelske left Saturday for Bldora to visit his mother. Genevleve Kitley, of Hardy, came Friday t6 visit friends. EX-IRVINGTON MAN IS SICK IN MISSOURI Irvlngton, liar. 22—A recent letter from Mrs. Allan King, of Darut, Mo., reports that Mr. King is not so well and at present is suffering from a bad cough. Mr. King suffers permanently with heart trouble. Mrs. King writes that so far tMey have had a wonderful winter, -with no snow or freezes. At the time the letter was written, which was March 4, the peach orchards *are In full blossom, the early gardens are planted and the seeding Is done. Flowers are In bloom and birds are nesting. The Allan Kings formerly were employed with J. C. Mawd.sley but moved to Missouri about a year ago. It was hoped that the change of climate would benefit Mr. King's lealth, but he Is still suffering intensely. Mr. King was critically ill when he left here. Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. King, expresses a desire to return to this community if a job Is to be had. Missionary Society Meets— The Missionary society met last Friday afternoon at the church. Sixteen adult! attended. The business meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. V. J. Schichtl. Roll call was answered by scripture quotations. The Devotional meeting was conducted by Mrs. K. P: Roney. Articles on the topics "The Foreigner in America" and "Japan" wero read and discussed. . Prayer was pffered by the Rev. A. 'English. Mrs. Wm. Boldridge and daughter sang a duet. Mrs. Casey Loes sang a solo and Mrs. A. McLean gave a reading. After the meeting hostesses V. J. Schichtl and M. L. Roney served lunch. Four dollars and eighty-three cents was taken In. Achievement, Bay Plans Laid— A county committee meeting for Achievement day plans and helps was held all day Wednesday, March 10, at the Legion hall, Algona, with Mrs. N. May Larson, assistant state leader, in charge. Township score cards were checked, and township maps, filled out accordingly for each township, were looked over and discussed. ^ Cooperators, leaders, and other w'omen Interested in project work attended. Mrs. Harry Seeley, township chairman, and cooperators Mrs. R. H. Sklll'.ng and Mrs. Carl Hutchlns, attended from Irvlngton township. All women took a covered- dish arid sandwiches. Mrs. M. D.Neu man Stricken— A recent letter from Mre. M. D. Newman, former Irvingtonlan, now of Maora, III., writes that she recently, suffered from a. stroke and was blind for four days as an aftereffect. Her left side was paralyzed for some ttme,vbut she-is now recovering. Mrs. Newman also suffers from a large goiter which she has been unable to have removed because of a weak heart, Mr. Newman has been In 111 health all winter, but Is now somewhat better. They formerly lived in the Farmers elevator house here. ; . Mrs. Mlna Ward Sick— Mrs. r Mary Harness recently received word of the critical illness of her daughter, Mrs. Mina'Ward, Saguache, Colo. Mrs. Ward'has been suffering with high blood pressure and heart trouble, and when Information came of the death of a grarid- son, also of Saguache,. the .'• shopk placed her life In the balance > -for several, houre. ;Mrs. Harness - had planned 'to spend the suihmer with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Ditsworth, but unless Mrs. Ward improves rapidly will go to Saguache. Get Ready Applied Design Is Studied— • Mrsi L. A. Nitz.and Mrs. /Jacob Telcamp gave a farm bureau lesson On Applied designing at the home of Mrs. Blanche ,Jenks, ' Five Attend B. B. Tournament- Harold aria Mildred' Granner, -Miss Kitley arid Mr, and Mrsl Lauritzen went to DeS'Mojnes Saturday to at- .end a state 'basketball tournament. Other Ledyard Lola Wylam and 'Jariett' Wilson of Swea City, • spent : the' week-end with Barbara- Wylam, Saturday the :hree were in Algona shopping. Mr, and Mrs. Boy Link and daughter returned" last week Mon* day from Sioux CUy,,,wliere they had visited- Mrf^Link'B parents. ; Mr. arid 'Mrs,> Leon. Worden, son Harvey, were in Algcma Sunday to see Leon's father,' J..B. Worden. who very 11?' , - • Mr. and;Mrs. Glimore, of Creston, and son visited Joe Mayne Sr. last week,-Tuesday. Mr". Mayne Is In poor health. • \ ' Mr, and. Mrs. 'Henry Blome, who had ^visited relatives here a month,, left-for Springfield, -pi., last week Tuesday. Mr. Bloriie js head man'of road construction* gang there. feast week Wednesday.; Leon and Gene Worden w'eijt to Algona, where they met 'their brothers George' a»d Chester* pf POWS, who were up to Irving-ton Farm Bureau Meets—An all-day meeting of the Irvington farm bureau took place at the M. P. Christiansen home,' Algona, last Friday. All attending took a covered, dish and sandwiches, After dinner a program which • consisted largely of a discussion on the school situation was enjoyed. The main speaker on this question was George Godfrey. Other speakers were Mrs. Fred Gelgel, Hugh Raney, and County Agent Morrison. A fine time was had. Bussell Moseleys Burned Out— It le reported that the house In Authentic Styles! Low Prices! You Need a Dress » .' Come See These! They're so Unusual See the gorgeous models in Flax Blue, Beige, Rose! See the stunning jacket dresses in gay colors! See the new Polka Dot models bright scarfs! See the charming ca p e 1 e t styles . . .novel print bl e n dings! See the cute puffed sle e v e s, unique necklines! with Unusual! The Easter fashions so gay, alert and thrilling! Unusual! The cheery blues. ..the warm beige . . youthful rose tones! Unusual! The snug-fit . . . higher waistlines ... and necklines! Unusual! The saucy jackets .. novel cape- lets! Unusual! The rough crepes . . . Prints Georgettes! You Must Have a Coat! Very Remarkable You'll Adore Them Remarkable! Coats sold for so little! like these never Remarkable! The new Polo styles . . . flattering Boucles . .Jaunty tweeds! .Remarkable! Dashing standing collars! ; Remarkable ! Coats with > novelty collars and cuffs! Remarkable ! S wa gge r'y. throws . . wide lapels! For their smart fur cuffs... their dressy creepy woolen fabrics! For the dozens of ways to drape the collars or wear the scarfs! '# For their swaggery fashions with smart throws! •..'..' For their f di- a go n a1 weaves . ... . sport styles! For their sponsoring of Corsair Blue! .., Capeskin GLOVES For Easter $1.98 for EASTER SMART DRESSY STYLES •M-i-M-M-HB-i HH Department Stores New style SCARFS for Easter 98c vacation. His younger brother Ralph took him back to Antes.by car Sunday afternoon. , The Aid society will meet this week Thursday afternoon at the church annex. There' will be election of officers. Hoateeses will be Mrs. Harry Sabln and Mrs. Austin Summers. •« . Mrs. Louise Thompson,.Burt, owner of. the farm now ^occupied by Mr. and Mrs, Vernon' Roblson, is' completely redecorating the house for the new tenants. J. M. Cox hae recently been alck. see their father^ Mr. ' W. WJ,emer. son . "Bill", left Saturday evening tor De? M.oines'to vi?lt Jfif. WelraerV sister. Mrp-'-Lerby An hospital- there., '• M'' - " who in a . Weimer, Mayer, H&lyorson /went to which the Russell Moseleys, near Corwith, lived burned to the ground, one night recently. The "fire originated' In a. defective flue. Most of the furniture was saved. The building was partly' covered by Insurance. The Moseleys are former Irvlngton residents. Other Irvington News. The Rev. A. 'English preached last Sunday on the topic Jesus As King, using as his text Matthew 2:5. This makes the 15th Palm Sunday the Rev. English has preached in the Iryington church. Sixty-four were In attendance at Sunday school. A contest, beginning the first Sunday In April and continuing throughout the quarter is to be taken up by the Synday school. Arrangements for the beginning of the contest will be made next Sunday- Forbes Stjlts -is' suffering from blood poisoning which resulted 'from a boll on one wrist when It became infected, Mrs. Rus^U Pry has recently been ill. JMiyllls Maxwell has been .out of school for a week with a serious attach of, flu.- Lorejj Rutledge and ,W. A. GiUes- ple, who mo.ve41»ere and 1»ok oyer Wesley The John Llcktelgs have a young daughter, born last Thursday. Mrs. Loretta, Lloyd Is nurse and housekeeper. The Lawrence Rickes, Williams, visited Wesley relatives Friday to Monday. Leota and DeEtta Hall, who teach at New Ricliland, Minn., and Forest City, respectively, came Friday evening to spend a one week's Easter vacation at home. Mrs. Lilly, who is housekeeper for Doctor Adams, attended the funeral of L. H. Guderian at Algona Thursday. She is an old friend of the services for L. H. Guderian at Algona last Wednesday. . ' . The Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Moore, Melyln, were in Wesley last Thursday, and visited at the Nettle Turgeson home. Mildred Benton, kindergarten teacher at Emmetsburg, spent the week-end with her parents, the Wallace Hentons. Mrs. Leon Smith and ' her three children, Fort Dodge, visited the former's parents, the Albert Klelnpet- ers, over the week-end. Anna Wester, Ames, came home for vacation Friday, and remains until thte week Tuesday evening. Ruth Hawk, Brltt, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Fisher. •See 6ur"-ad on the' back STUDIO MODERNS. page.— PIANO LESSONS STARTING APRIL 1 I WILL teach piano at pupils' homes for 50c a, half hour lesson. — HAB1E AKNPOIL* F£R, St. Benedict. DANCE JIMMY SMITH'S V BAND Friday, nfcht this week COLISEUM, TIT03TKA EASTEK WEEK—Tuo biff dances* Monday, Telchert's Troubadors. i Carnival Dance Friday, April 1— , Grant Moore and His B*cordln» Of/' eliestra, 11 Dark Town Entertainer*, . B. W. SHEPARD, Manager, \ family. Lester Lease, Halvor Flom Jr., and Geprge Aldrich attended funeral , . the old%ythe in early a who bad t»een k' .wee,ks, " at NOTICE I am again operating the Deep Rock Service Station ' all of full-fashioned 49c Fir §t Quality Top-to-Toe FuJlUn ~

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