Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1932 · Page 5
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CQtJNtY APVANQE, ALQONA. tOWA ' Wv*' , s t&Lii>: m/ V .'Attorney and Mrs. J. l£ B01 tent Tuesday 4t Kockwelf city* Mrs. H, L-. Gilmore went! t'otCednr Rapid* Sunday for a week Wfth rel- £t4l*lMtf * *' «• 4: . '•*.' George Hohenberger Sr. celebrated his 79tH birthday Sunday. Friends called. ••••:•.•...-. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Aun.er t Des Molnes, are expected for the weekend With the J. S. Auners, Mrs. J. Ti. Elbert, Whlttemoro, has been here since last Thursday, vlslt- ;in& her sons, Ralph and James. Billy, son of Mr. and'Mrs. W. A. Barry, has• been sick with the flu! He attends St. Cecelia's Academy. Mre. M. M. Morrow has been critically sick of late, but. was reported somewhat Improved Monday Mr/and Mrs. H. O. Buell, of Hurt Who have been wintering at St Petersburg, Fla., are expected homo shortly. There will be an Easter dance at the I. O. O. F. hall next Tuesday night; music by Roy Johnson'? orchestra. .Matt Selzer announces that he-has [.YourRgure Beauty ^ ^withModart's eiccret o f looking smart—lies 'ttyour dtesil 'Your'figure t fint toe well groomed to' n chtc. ModMtt "Beau- achieves the fashionable ve curve below the ,bu»t •lender waist by means of lhaped elastic belt which ...Jsfrbmthesldes, meeting at e bick. The shaped bust of De, ie tricot gfves the smart "up- "llne. The garment shown Is pink brocade and firm elastic, (i a built-up back for shoulder Model 5046. ' \Christensen Bros. Co. fesumed management of 'the Deej Rock Oil station at the corner o: State-.and Phillips streets., E. J. Osterbauer, Rockford, 111. came Saturday to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. Matt Osterbauer, and to attend to business matters. The Arnold Roupes, Alexander Mabel Roupe, Minneapolis, and Jes ale Roupe, Mason City, will spent •Easter with the C. E. Roupes. Mrs. A. J. Hertig and her daughte Janet spent Saturday and Sunday a Mason City,' guests of anothe daughter, Mre. Wayman Closson. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer their son • Charles, and daughte Jane spent Saturday and Sunday a Waverly with the doctor's parents. Mrs. J, H. Bailey,'Spencer, and he daughters Arlene and -Jean cam Tuesday for several days with th former's mother, -Mrs. C. W. Hop kins. •Ether'Morrison, of the Morrlso Beauty Shop, goes'to Chicago Sun day to attend a mid-western beaut next week. She will spend 1 a week' there. . '' John H. Bode, whose bank at Woden failed recently, has been ad-; judged bankrupt, and Herman Ra4 chut, Titonka, has been appointed' . . --, ... Iji Cotemnn, BStor—.Again we are cafled to'early our of worship and adoration of ur. risen and exalted Lord and Maser. Join 'us at. 8:30 next>• Sunday morning, if you cannot come at the eginning, come as early ns you can ntl stay through the rest of the our. The 11 o'clock hour will cen- er on reception of new members nd the communion of the Lord's 'upper. It Is of moment that all ew members partake of the Lord's iuliper for the first time. The even- ng hour will be of interest to all: E., 6:30; worship at 7:30. Plan o make it a full day of worship dth your neighbors and friends. GOOD HOPE METHODIST, A. H. iVood, Fnstor—Easter will be ob- :erved with appropriate services at 1:15 a. m.: special music, an 'Baser dialog ami charade, and a short Easter message by the pastor. The sacrament of adult and Infant bap- .iem will be administered and new members will bo received. Let anyone contemplating participation in the latter sacraments consult the pastor if they have not already done so. We shall be glad to receive any nto our church communion who desire to live Christian lives and will take the vows of the church. Sunday school will precede the service of worship. METHODIST, C. V. Hiilse, PnHtor —Members and friends are earnestly Invited to attend Holy Communion Services tonight and a Guard service tomorrow evening. The services will begin at 7:30. Attendance and Interest in Palm Sunday services was gratifying. We are expecting an at- t,endance larger still for Easter. Parents wishing to have children baptized are requested to telephone the pastor, No. 258. Opportunity will be given to unite with the church eith- ffr by transfer or on profession of faith. Easter evening the choir will present cantata, The Resurrection Song. whether agreeable of not. fhte is the fundamental basin of good gov' ernhient and the Ideal which should be striven tor at all times by every good citizen.. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh returned yesterday from Dea Molnes, where they"'had-'been elhce Sunday, consulting a doctor under whose care 1 Mrs. Murtagh. has been during the last fe^V months. She is slowly recovering from colitis. Mrs. Murtagh Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Falkenhalner. At services Sunday, as on Palm Sunday at the Trinity Lutheran church the catechumens were confirmed and a large audience was In attendance. Features were a confirmation song by the class and , a song by the chofr. The Rev. P. J. Braner, paston, conducted the confirmation services. The Kossuth hospital reports the following patients: Mrs. Ray Zanke Llvermore, major operation, Tuesday; Margaret Lalst, Ottosen, appendicitis, last week Tuesday; Mrs Irving Crawford, medical treatment; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stebritz, girl born Sunday* Mr. and Mrs. Herberi Adams, girl, born last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Qriggs returned Monday from their wedding trip to Eau Claire, Wls., and Minneapolis. At Eau Claire they visited Mrs Griggs' .brother .Lewis, and at Min neapolls they visited Mr. . Griggs mother. They are making thel home temporarily with Mre. Griggs parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. RIst. Mrs. T. C. Sherman returned las week Tuesday from Minneapolis where she had spent <a few month with her sister, Mrs. R. R. Kennedy While she was there she suffered severe attack' of the flu, but ehe 1 well again now. .Mr. Sherman, wh is in charge of a failed bank a Traer, Is expected home for Easte Mrs. Anna Carney has receive .trustee. Ralph Lamuth, 'Faribault, Minn.,' IHHOIINCEMENT i IOW for the First Time the people of- , ' gona and- Kossuth have a reliable I small, but conservative llNVESMENT HOUSE herein you may obtain able information on finest listed and un- bonds and stocks. f e invite your inquiries Use Coupon. arSir:— ' Please forward me at 10 obligation complete [information on the onds or stocks of the Yours very truly, IWLD & CO, State Bank Bid*. PHONE .46, V . «. THE , t i, • M CONTEST is expected for the week-end. He IS manager of a Swift plant, and is the .eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth. W. F. Jenninson returned Monday from Iowa City, where he had been since March 1. Ho recently underwent a major operation at the university hospital. Mrs. John Caughlln has been caring for her daughter, Mrs.' 'Andrew Hansen, Titonka, since last week Wednesday. Mrs.' Hansen ; has been ,sick with the'flu. Harley Troutman, attending the Walton School of Commerc'e, Chicago, is expected Saturday for.;an over-Sunday visit with hls. ; mother Mrs. Delia TrOutman. •••«•••»••••• The Lusby drug store has rabbits in one of its display windows and the Wm. C. Steele store also has an exhibit. vMany.,small boys abou | town have bought pairs. Most Iowa State college students returned to .Ames Tuesday to re sume classes, after .having been ai home' since last week Wednesday for •the annual spring vacation.;. Opal Cronin, third grade!;' teacher Elmhurst, ill., is expected'today to: a visit till .Monday .with 'jher^par ents, Mr.-and'Mrs.:Bert Crqphj: She • ui taught at-Elinhurst .thtfeiyears . Mr, 'and Mre, Ernst ™ ':'L .'" "~ J Mrs. Max Bast, their daughter, Mrs David Rlstauyand Mrs. Laura. Erd mann were entertained at supper a Arthur Geilenfeld's, Lu Verne, Sun day.' Mr. and Mre. H. R. Rose.v.»U<.>?hi Earth, two sons, and, Mr, and, ; Mri A. B. Counsel], Fort t»oA^- ""' J spend Easter with H.' Ri'and-j, Counsell's mother, Mrs. f 'Charlei Rosewall. '.'•<. One James McDonald,; belieyed, ; t BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hneger, Pos- or^-Sunday Is Easter, and 1 we" p'ur- ose to exalt Christ in the preaching f the Word. An unusual nun^ber f people have expressed their ap- reciation of sermons preached last unday. We believe the sermons ext Sunday, taken from the life of Christ, will be just as interesting, n the evening a quartette will sing i special number,- and the pastor vlll draw a cartoon for the boys ind girls . . . The 'B. Y. P. U. will lave an Easter breakfast at 7 I'plock. The evening B. Y. P. _ - U. leiVice will be at 6:3ft . . .Sunday ichool at 10 a. m. : TRINITY, P. J. Braner, Pastor- Good Friday: German festival ser- ice, with celebration of Holy communion; preparatory service, 10 a. m.; regular service, 10:30. Easter Sunday: Sunday school, 9:30 a, m.; nglish festival services, with cele- >ration of Lord's supper; confessional 'service, 10 a. m.; usual service, lO:'30. Announcements for English communion will be received at the parsonage Saturday. • . CONGREGATIONAL, F. J. Clark, Pastor—JEaster Sunday morning, 11: org.an prelude, Easter morning, Rog- word from her daughters Catherin and Mrs. Margarette Carney Hansen, Council Bluffs, that they were able to leave a Council Bluffs hospital a few days ago. Mrs. 'Hanson suffered a broken vertebra and Catherine a badly bruised shoulder and-head in a recent automobile'ac- cident. Mrs. George Free Jr., Iowa City, and her,..,daughter : '. Suzanne 5 arrived last .week''Wednesday via Nora Springs, where she was met by her 34 Delegates Are Named to State Meeting fit accordance with time-lion- orwl custom, Koggnth democrats named a double delegation Saturday to the democratic stale convention, which will be held next week Tnegday at Davenport. Koch delegate will have a, half vote, but the county delegation Is to vote as a unit, the majority of the delegates determining the way the 84 half votes slinll lie cnst. the list of delegates follows : Ci B. Murtagh, Algona, chairman ; A. H. Iloniistettcr, West .Hend; Otto Falkcnlialncr, Al- gonnj Henry Kunz, Wesley; J. H. Sheridan, Ilancroft; E. It. Worler, T-nkotji; D. W. Fults, 8wcn City; Nathaniel Walsh, Titonka. •' Mrs. Vullle M. Trllion, Algona; Dr. Jolin Keneflck, Algona; Anton Ooetz, Wesley; J. A. Schwartz, Fentnn; ,1. 8. Ciillcn, Whltteiiiore; Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Algotin; T). H. Oocders, Algona; Frank Kohllinas, Algona. Frank Weber, Irvlngton; Martin Unlim, St. Benedict; B. F. Sorensen, Algona; Mrs. A. H. Fiichs, Bancroft; Peter Elbert, Lotts Creek; W. A. Murray, Bancroft; F. I. Chapman, Ln Verne; Jas. E. McEnroe, Algona; L. E. Iilnnan, Algona/ W. W. Sullivan, Algona; H. B. Bcrnlnglmus,' Oarfleld; ,1. Or. Me- 'Donald, Hurt; J. I/. Bonar, Algona; E. J. McEvoy, Algona; Mrs. A. H. Hnndeby, Sweii. City; Thos. Carmody, Whlttemore; A. H. Borchardt, Algona; W. E. McDonald, Algona. mother, County Recorder Laura 'Paine, and Mrs. K. D. James. George, who Is a senior pharmacal student at the University arrived last night, and they will be here till sometime next week. The Elmer Jaspersons, who had been visiting- Elmer's parents, Mr erii'Mrs. Sylvia Gunn; by "both vested choirs: processional "Christ the •Jiord'is Risen Today"; quartet, The Magdalene, Warren; anthem, Ring Out Ye Bells of Easter Day, Dressier; anthem, Unfold, Ye Portals, frtim Gounod's Redemption; pastor's sermon theme: ,.,Tjje' ' be from Fort Dodge, Syas taken be gtona.- fore Justice Danson last w.^ejc JV^- '^ day on charges o? drunkenness, and disorderly conduct^. The'.cas£ | was continued. ST. THOMAS,. Loulg Dennlngboff, >T. Th^ Bectbr-i-Maundy; '' Thursday, 7:»» p; m., litany and^medltatibn. Easter morning: early Eucharist, jj ; :16 a. m.; church school, 10:10; 'Choral eucharlst and sermon, 11. 4: FIRST LtJTHEEAN, Ogcar E. Supply PaBtor—Next Suniflay: Sunday school, 10 a, ,m.; Com- imunion secvlce, li..,An Easter offer- will be lifted for foreign mis- and Mrs. A. M. Jasp.erson, Glendale Galif., since before January, returnee to Iowa a few weeks ago, and lasi Friday the family Amoved' to a farm near Ventura. Elmer says that his parents expect to visit Iowa nex summer. He formerly farmed here and then-near' Lone Rock. Floyd Newville's mother, Mrs Mary Newville, Titonka, has been sick with the flu three weeks, bu was reported somewhat imprbvec Monday. She is 91 years old and lives with a daughter, Mrs. H. A Jennings. There are six children and the. other four are: Fred and J C., Titonka; Mrs.. C. E. Grove, Wes Bend; W. E., Des Moines. Robert Harrington was expecte last, night from. Iowa City for. .th spring law college vacation,, .. an George Free Jr. and Alice Rist wer to-come with him. Other universit students who came.home were Ma donna Quinn, Gertrude Keneflck and John Shirley. Bernice Harring ton and Doris Long are expected.to morrow from Grlnnell college. P. J. Moran, Chicago, visited from Saturday till Monday with his sis ter, .-Mrs. Nellie McMahon, and he sons F. L.'and E. C. 'Mr. Mora and Mrs...McMahon had not seen each other ^before in 22 years. He IB a travelingsalesman,-,, and 'till re- Elizabeth Schoby, Mason''City,'is spending the week,with her mother, Mrs. R. E. Brown,, .r go home Saturday with the Forest City, led tor two songs and ptroduced each' member' of the For- :st City club, and two Forest City siiests and other guests, , i Mr. and 'Mrs. A W.' W. Sullivan will jsjipnt Sunday at Emmetsburg. with " J. ihe latter's : mother. Mrs. '; Daniel winners are To Lavone Oiil^n, Whiti hMarcia Babb gona, Dr. and Mrs. L. W, Fox and 'tiielr ppn Billy Lee returned Sunday -trOm Mt. Carroll,' 111., where, they .had vis-- ited several day a< with the doctor's parents. The doctor's mother is sin falling health. • _, ' ,-t Mr, and -Mrs. John Hoh«mberg«r, Mrs, Fred Baessler, her .(laughters, Mrs. Prank Hoffman, and' Mr. and Mre, Herman Qronbach, all of,Liv- Vmore, visited the, Gottlje&' Gron.- baehs last Thursday:* • -• . - . . Helen and Frances Knudsen attended the funeral of their, /smnd. mother, Mrs, Catherine vVehrspann, Fenton, last week Wednesday. Helen Is employed at the Klrsch lay Frances is at State's Cafe.- ;•Pr. F. C. Scanlan r«cently- stalled an electric "slide" machine iff front of his building on east State •which throws pictures on a screen about ten feet square. The is used fop. 'advertising purp Mrs. T, H."Hoimes goes to Evanston,- «l,'tfcnight for a week-end visit il- rner's parents, Mr. and. Mrjh .; J.. R. ;Blossom, who Decently moved'.back to Burl from Minneapolis.; ,:*• .; ?'; Judge W. B. Quartoh apoke last Thursday- before the , Kiwanis: club P94 eltizenfchip, The .Judge urged that jpyeryone obey the law, all law, , at her son WMred , fred'-who was recently transferred, frot Oh^bl' to Chicago <ffi 1*4* the 'employ of -the Contine«tal ^U ' * Savings bank, of Chi- McCprWe, east of town, to De» Molnes Saturday to attend' semi-finals and final* in a state basketball tournament at the Drake university fleldhouse. The student* were John Hargreaves, Richard Poet, William Spencer, and Louis Moore. They returned Sunday, after having spent Saturday, night with Mr. Bonham's 'parents. Ray Huff, 21, Sexton, was committed to thp Cherokee state hospital last Thursday. He has been 111 since hie father died last fall, and at times hunted for the Lindbergh baby In near-by fields. William Hed- rlck, Lu Verne, was committeed to the hospital last week Tuesday. He suffered a fractured skull and a broken leg In an automobile accident a few weeks ago. Mr. Heclrlck is married and has four children. Hebron township Farm Bureau women met at Mrs. George Vrooman's March 11 for an all-day meet- Ing. Fourteen women attended, and Lesson No. 5 on applied design wa.s studied. The afternoon was devoted to making wax crayon designs for wall panels and pillows, and some time was spent at studying pictures. Another meeting Is planned for April j 7, when Achievement day posters will be made at Mrs, Emfl Boettcher's in the afternoon, 1 till 4. In trying out the new fire truck at the city hall building a week ago Sunday, someone accidentally .shut off a valve while the pump was working and a pressure of more than 200 pounds resulted. A connection In a hose burst, but it was repaired. The hose stands a pressure of 125 pounds in use and water can be shot a half block with a 1%-Inch nozzle; The firemen have been waiting for milder weather to take the truck out and put it in use both to test it and to accustom themselves to using it. Samuel D. Whiting, Iowa City, Johnson county representative in the legislature and grand master of Iowa Odd Fellows, spent Monday and Tuesday here, and spoke at a meeting of the county Odd Fellows FILL TICKET, IS BATTLE CRY AT CONVENTION (Continued From^age 1,) gy to let the repubiicatts incur the ill feeling . of prohibition leaders in the county. The leaders also • felt that there Is little doubt about the stand of the democratic party on this question, and they assured in- quirer* that th state convention • woflia i te. ,"•! right." A miiriber 6i*<~ __Ll continued, however, fa teg fat that the question did not Come up. , Wesley, Mar. 22—At 'a school elec« tion last week Monday Frtd Looft and Vlggp Klilsholm were reelected dlrecior^'and Ihno derdes •was re- elecWd treasurer. One'hundred and f*enty-flve ballots were | < Irvington, Mar. 22 — A^ttr ceived here Monday thai ' ger train which went forenoon was derailed aj:' re- Tbe, cause Is unknown here. papsen- Hn , the GMdley. The een sick several months, died of ancer of the liver Friday, and fun- ral services were conducted at Immetsburg Monday. She was a ousin of Beulah, and was 35 years Id. Before her sickness she taught Latin in high school. Mr. Mayne le he Emmetsburg postmaster. Mrs. E. ,A .Paschke' Echo,. Minn., her daughter Jean .and son Roger are expected tomorrow for a week- visit with Mrs. ,Paschke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman. Mr. Paschke Is expected Saturday night, and will take his wife and children back Sunday. Mr. Paschke, who used to be at Lu Verne and first met his wife when she was teaching there, is the M. & St. L. agent at Echo. L. B. Stephenson, Fort Dodge resident engineer for the state highway commission, was recently transferred to Storm Lake, and wil be in Charge of a paving project on highway No. 71 this season. Mr Stephenson was In charge of the project on highway No. 169 a few years ago, and then made Algona his headquarters. His wife is a former Fort Dodge girl, and: they have two sons. Coach Aubrey Bonham, Mr. Col lins, band and orchestra instructor and four high school students wen council Tuesday night. Many years ago Dr. M. J. Kenefick, then study- ng'medicine, boarded at Mr. Whit- ng's mother's. Later. Mr. Whiting nd W. C. Dewel were classmates our years, 1892-1896, arid were 'losely associated 'in the same debating society. In the interest of Odd Fellowship Mr. Whiting is mak- ng a six weeks tour of the state. D. R. Steele, who bos been right hand man at the Wm. C. Steele store during the last 11 years, has resigned, and with hie wife and young son will leave shortly for Sioux City, where he will be manager of one~bf three adjoining stores operated under the same management^ Mr. Steele's store will feature boys and young men's clothing. Mr. Stee'le Is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Jos. Steele, Sioux City, and Mrs. Steele's parents live at Kingsley only 3( miles away. Mr. Steele has ranked among the leading young men' of the town here. William Steele Jr. who was graduated last year from the state university liberal arts coir lege, is now in his father's employ Burt, Mar. 22—Kay Edwin, sma'l son of Mr., and Mrs. Clifford Hold ing, got his arm in the wringer while his mother was washing one day last week. The arm was bur quite badly, but no bones broken. NEW LINE 3 Here ?Jnw styles, new fabrics, new colors hi the moat Important showing of silk crepe dresges we have ever made. We are featuring the smartest of late spring fashion Ideas whether Its the, jacket frock, the Bolero models, the party dresses or street styles in prints, dots and rough fabrics you'll find them all here at Neville's Tog- gery. We Iwve picked the winners In fashion and will help yon choose yours. Over 200 silk crepe dresses to choose from, all one-price. Beautiful line of ladles' Fabric^ OloVes ''—-We FnU-fashloned pure silk hose (the Paris' line) «9c, We are carrying the "Betty Brown" line of wash frocks arid afternoon dresses. They are the last word In style, fit, and quality, choice 89c Women's dress hose (genuine, chardonlze) _-96c. Women's rayon Pajamas (fancy ones) 89? 26x48 Inch Bath Towels, 2 towels for 36c Girls' Spring' Hats (nice ones) 6Bc Boys' tut color Broadcloth Shirts for dress wear -59c Our store 1» plnasb toll of bargains, get your dollar^ w«rtl* and-more at Xonll Neville's Toggery I .•' :jf Algona : : Iowa cently traveled south out of Chicago. He now has a northern territory and goes as far as Minneapolis. . J. O. Downs, the Wesley Shetland pony breeder, announces"that., the annual dance at which he'gives a pony .away will take place at the Bell theater, Wesley,- next*' week Thursday night. The pony, will be eligible io- registry in the., American Shetland book. This will be Mr. Downs' 13th pony dance. : He has 12 .ponies on the farm at this 'time, The firemen were called out last Thursday morning 1 'at 9 o'clock to subdue a chimney blaze at the Stevens hatchery on west State /street. The fire was in the roof. • There .was little damage done and the fire was put out with • only 15 gallons of water from an emergency 100-gallon tank carried on the new. -truck. This was the first fire at which the. truck was used, •; V • • . Beulah Hartshorn spent Sunday : at'-Einroet8burg-. with "the L. H, Maynes. Hortense Mayne, who had WALL PAPE R Never before have we had such a complete stock of papers at such low .prices. Our ; entire stock will sell for 25 per cent less than any mail order catalog. - A stock of 300 patterns to select from—25 patterns from 9c to 15c per DOUBLE ROLL* Papers suitable for any room in the house. f% — - • . .-""'" : '" ' •. - f *' • • • • ' For Your Mail Order 1 !«*i m m m « <> •fi ^ • M«& *!!'' VI • SPECIAL! 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