Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1932 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

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Introducing Miss Spring *^^^* < * T^HIS IS A YOUNG WOMAN we have all •*• been awaiting, the while the mad scapegrace fooled around with Old Man Winter. • Now she has dismissed the old boy for good and we can feast our eyes on her. Isn't She a Beaut? Well, all the men will 'say so anyhow, and the young men w<U about it from the house tops, < ... Merchants, and Newspaper Men This cut ia frem. our Metro ad mat service. Wterally thousand* of illustrations of every Kind .on hand, all ready to cast on an hour's notice. Our mat anJ.cMttog service is open to any werchant or publisher. We cast and mount the c «ts, « desired, or W<e will sell the mats to publishers who have their own casting equipment. l< \ j ' Charges, Are of Course Reasonable. No charge aJUJlfer puts us<?4 in Advance Polishing Koflfiyttt COUNTY AbVANCl ews The grass O n the courthouse lawn is beginning to green up. •Judge Quarton and Harry Wright motored to Des Moines Monday. Ernest Meyer, Chelsea, Mich., was a guest at the Rev. P. J. Braner's last Thursday. • Tda Peterson spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. .A. E. Clayton, T. C. Sherman, still In charge of a failed Traer bank, spent ..the week-end here with Mrs. Sherman. The G. W, Stlllmans will go to Dolllver Saturday to attend the wed-, ding of G. W.'s sister Bernice, of •Boston, to Ray Koon, Green Castle, Pa. Bernice has been home economics expert for a Boston A, W. and Hftxel Ir. win, Pflstors^-Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and 1 will give you rest. This Invitation of the Master is for everyone, and surely in these days of unrest it should be accepted . . . We plan a revival soon, In which we shall endeavor to persuade troubled souls to give the Master of winds and waves an opportunity to provide rest of soul . . . The sermon theme next Cresco township. , . T,. _. . r °'' a six months honeymoon. The D. A. R. will meet next Tues-1 Koon is being .sent there by (lay for one o'clock luncheon with | university. Mrs. A) Falkenhainer. t firm. I Sunday morning at 11 will be Pray- rhe newlywetls will go to Europe i er That Brings Results. Evening Dr. W. H. Lease is conducting evangelistic meetings at the Cor- wlth Methodist church. The Eastern Stars will give a 'benefit card party at the Masonic temple next Tuesday evening. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nordstrunt, Mrs. F. F. Barker, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, Mabel Olson, and Doris Mr. [service, 7:30: theme: God Honors Yalej Faith. S. 8... 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting each Wednesday evening, 7:30. Fast day prayer service tomorrow. Long drove to Des Molnes Saturday, I'IU3SI«YTEIUA>*, .1. L. Colonial), and Doris, who had spent a week; I'"s'«r—Mrs. Leonard H. Catterson, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. j BIa te, Africa, will speak before the L. Long, returned thence to Grin-' Helping Hand society, at Mrs. H. W. nell college, the others staying to at- I Post ' s this afternoon and at the tend the show Green Pastures andi cllurch tllls! evening at 7:45. The Sioux Rapids, 'spVnt'thTweek"encrati l ' eturnlng Sum1ay - Doris is a Junior:' )uWlc ls invited. .,. The annual the parental John Nordstrom'^ f at Grlnne11 - . | Congregational meeting will be held Nordstrom's. Dorothy Bestenlehner began work last Thursday at the Graham store. She has charge of the basement. Lucille Jones, teacher at Akron, S. D., arrived Friday night to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. <M. J. Jones. •Mre. W. H. Horan suffered a severe attack of gall bladder trouble last week-end but was reported improved Monday. The Fred Zeitz family, Fairmont, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Woiwood, Garner, visited at the Rev. P. rf. Braner'e Saturday. L. M. Merritt and Aubrey Bonham attended the funeral of Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer's father Tuesday morning. at Waverly Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ramsey, of Lake Park, came Saturday for a visit till Tuesday with, the former's sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Bowen. A. Hutchison suffered an attack of kidney stones early In the week and was unable to. be at hl.s office. He is now at work as usual. Raymond Galbraith, Chicago, came Monday for a week wffh his parents,. Mr* and Mrs. W. J. Galbraith. He; is manager 'of a Swift plant. Mrs. John Deninger, West Bend, who had been e'ick at the -home of her daughter, Mrs. Leo Spilles, two weeks, was able to return home Tuesday. Lucille Malueg, who teaches at Ayrshire, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr .and Mrs. L. J. Malueg, who took her back to Ayrshire Sunday. Mrs. C. S. Johnson and her daughters, Mrs. Harry Baker -and Mrs. Edith Jones, with the latter's daughter Mildred, spent Tuesday at Des Moines. Mrs. Marie .Kutschara, Sexton, who was operated for gallstones last week Tuesday, is recovering; though she is 82. She Is a patient of the Kossuth hospital. ' The Thorington street Sandwich Shop operated by Oscar AValters was closed yesterday out of respect for Mr. Walters' mother, who was buried at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenck and Mrs.. C. L. Bliley spent Friday at Des Moines. Mr. Hoenck 'operates a garage in the old Algona Auto & Machinery building. Roy Berrle, Mason City, spent Sunday here. He was an Advance employe till recently, when he resigned to accept a position In a job shop at Mason City. her $100 of 7c. a month, plus hit the Calry car. This A course, but not in the some readers attached i truck was on its own side pass and on discovery of to avoid being hit. The following clipp] from Friday's Fort I ger: "E. W. Froelich enlisted In 'the navy has been named honor man at United States naval training sta San Diego, Calif,, according to nouncement received s mileage Calry aecl- ers, Includ- •Post truck vas true, of sense that to It. T.he de of the y car only rned out to if the ap- Iver could obn enough was taken Be Messen- fesley, who re recently, lan at the Ing station. ng to an- by E. P. ting officer. lected from tatlon, and si* of the eight i recruits honored were from iowa." : ' Some months ago Jt was reported that A. R. Kullberg, had brought a malicious prosecution damage suit for $25,000 against the Singer Sewing Machine'company and Its Fort Dodge assistant manager, A. A. Hamilton, formerly of Algona. The suit grew out of ICullberg's arrest last July for alleged embezzlement followed by a'cqulttal by a jury in a Hamilton county court. .Last Thursday's Dee Molnes Register announced that Kullberg had dismissed his suit. 'Representative A. H. Avery, Clay county, who Is serving his first term as representative, is a candidate for reelection In the republican primaries, but has two opponents. Mr. Avery Is well known In Kossuth. Twenty years ago, when he was superintendent of the Spencer schools, he managed Independent chautau- quas here for several years. Eight year*vftg*^|>*-wftB ^a^c state senator against 1 enridge, but was defea retired from school W( been writing life insun Mrs. G. B. Van DOM Friday from Iowa City had been a patient at t hospital a month, fece ment for anemia. Bot Dorston and her husba been handicapped by Mr. Van Dorston, Wh6 years, more or less, op tel-depot bus line here long sickness In bed ago, and Is now serlou with heart trouble* "V had to "carry on" and despite a great reductk age because of motor with the railroads, an( titled to great credit f fight against most odds. poor many "Van 1 Mrs. Jessie Stebrltz and her two i " ext , Monda y evening at 7:45 daughters were Algona visitors yes- | ^"" f yu scll ° o1 " n <^worshlp at _the terday. Mrs. Stebrltz, who has lived """" ' many years at Lone Rock, has just opened a beauty shop at Bancroft. She has for .some years been the i Advance's lLone Rock correspond-' ent, and now her elder daughter Gladys, who Is In school, has taken up the work. ' . Mrs. C. F. Specht, her daughter Elsie, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoorneman spent Friday at Forest City, guests of Mrs. Harry Larson, another daughter. . Elsie and- Mr. and Mrs. Hoorneman, who live at Springville, went home Sunday, after a week here with the Spechts.i Mr. Hoorneman and Elsie teach in the Springville schools. Lorraine Coonan and Hazel Richardson, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday with the former's 'sister, Mrs. M. J. Strelt. Lorraine Is employed in the Palo. Alto county treasurer's office, and Hazel ie : . stenographer,., for. the Palo Alto'cpuhtJy attorney. •Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark, Garner, ; were y calling • on: i old Algona friends,Saturday..' Frank also called at the Kossuth hospltaK to see .. .. * . _ • • ' . j "*« t -*j«*o*"3" o^i- » "-GI tj.ViMi/< j. »ic -\j\jtt — Amelia Arndorfer, nurse who took j o( , rdla Ald meets tnlis afte rnoori .with usual hours next Sunday morning. Evening: C. E, 6:30, worship In eong and sermon, 7:45. FIRST LUTHEBAJf, 0. E. Johnson, Supply Pastor—Next Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; services, 11; when a theological student, Melville Sjostrand, Augustana Seminary, Rock Island, will preach. Special meeting of congregation April 15, 8 p. m., to call a pastor. METHODIST, C. H. Hulge, Pastor —Dr. Robert' E.. O'Brien, president speaker, at a sub-district rally of. Epworth Leaguers at West Bend tomorrow evening. A delegation from Algona will attend. ST. THOMAS, Lonlg Dennhiglioff, M. Tn., Rector—Next Sunday: early eucharlst; .9 a. m.; church school and '•confirmation instruction, 10; choral eucharlst and sermon, 11. • ' TRINITY, p. j. Braner, PastorNext'Sunday: Sunday school,. 10 a. m.; English service, .10:30. The Con- | Yes . . They do | Look Costly | But They Are [Not.. • _ I Our Styles arc the i '" .-.'"' I last word . . care of him following his recent gallstones and appendicitis •'• operation here. Though not yet fully're- covered, he is 'well on the 'way and will soon be as good as new. ' City workmen were • attempting Monday to clear a sewer in the alley leading north between'the Chrlsten- sen store and the former County Savings bank building. City fjre hose was used to force water through the sewer, but this method proved unsuccessful, and . it was necessary to dig down ten feet to remove and replace a broken" tlie. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Klrsch, who had been living in the latter's 'father Jerry Helgens' bungalow on Call street, moved last Thursday to the house on i east North street owned by Tony's parents before they.died. The Helgens house is now! occupied by Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick, who previously had an apartment in the Mrs. Edw. Will. The Y. P. S. meets next Tuesday at'7:30, p. m. competition d he is en- 'or a brar« discouraging former ,C. C. and house. • . . .Last week's Britt Colman f Chubb News-Trlbvne said: "Mrs. F. W. Calry, Sioux City, sister of Mrs. C. E. Clark, was a, guest at the Clark' home Sunday, as was also Vera Clark, Mason City. In the afternoon Mrs. Clark, and . her sister drove to. Algona to visit rela- 'Mrs. G. W. daughter Ann Stillman returned and -her Saturday , where' they .had spent : ten days with Mrs..Stlllman's motM- er, Mrs. Minnie Holland. The N. Victor Lowes spent Sunday with Mr. Lowe's sister, Mre. L. L. Sheldon, Burt. Mr. Lowe's moth- .er, Mrs, Rachel Lowe, makes her home with the Sheldons. Mrs. Joseph Bloom went to Mason City Friday for a few days with Mr. Bloom's parents before going to Minneapolis to visit her parents. She Is expected home this week-end. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington took their daughter Bernice to Mason City Monday night, and thence she returned by train to Grlnnell college, where she is a freshman. . The John Briggs family- attended funeral services at Elmore Tuesday for Mr. Briggs' mother, Mrs, Isabel Briggs, 75, who died Saturday following three weeks of pneumonia. Mrs. (F. L. Tribon Is conducting a furniture sale In the K. C, dance rooms today, tomorrow, and Saturday. She will offer several .thousand dollars' worth of furniture fory'saje, Mrs. 'Frank McMahon •• returned Sunday from Minneapolis, where she had spent ten days with relatives. Her son E. C, and Frances -Du'hlgg, local teac.her, drove to Minneapolis for her. Mr. and Mrs, Russell Cook, Aus- > t *>•?* tin. Minn., spent Sunday here, and Mrs. Henry Johanneon Jr. panted them home for a lives, and Mrs. Cairy went . on Whittemore to tend the funeral Hson is delegate from the local First Lutheran church, Mrs. Allison represents the local Mission society, and Mrs. Monlux^ is Jubilee district chairman. . The conference is celebrating its 40th w anniversary this year. The Algonians 'will return next Monday. •Gordon Dewel went to Whittemore yesterday afternoon to help get out this • week's Champion.' Others from the Advance shop helped last week, and again this week, but since Monday ;Banker John S. Cullen's daughter Anna Zita has beep in• charge. Miss Cullen', who learned tne print- Ing trade- under the late Seth B. Cairy,- will stay another week before returning,-.to West Virginia, where she is linptypist for a newspaper, - KOssuth county has just dispensed with a social worker, whereas Clay county -has just taken one on. The Clay county worker is Lana Peeso, a,young .woman who took a special course in social service and poor re^ lief at the University of Nebraska in 1928. Then taught' at Spirit Lake Lake and did part-time social service, work at Spencer for.a welfare association. The county will • pay accom- week's visit. Mrs. Johannson Is a sister ot Sir, Cook, Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Tltonka, came here Sunday with, he^ mother, Mrs, John Caughlln, for a week's visit. She was Agatha Caughlin. Mre. Caughlln had spent two weeks with her daughter. Lyle Sampson and his cousin, Elwin Coplin, Hooper, Neb., were guesto of their grandmother, Mrs. Jerry Helgens, part of }ast week, They came Easter Sunday and went back last Thursday. The John Hohenbergers, and Mrs. Arthur Vaudt and a dfiu.ght$r, all 'of Livermore, visited Mr., *nA "Mrs, George Hohenberger Saturday, Mrs. Ofeprge Hohenberger, who is sick, is improving, though slowly. j?re4 ghijts spent Sunday her§ witb his parents. His father met him at Br|tt Saturday night,, and took him back Monday morning. Fred is working in a Penney shoe store at 'Perry, in charge of shoes. . Mr. and Mrs. D. H, Goedera rer turned yesterday frow Peg Mojnes, where they had spent a, day or two while Mr. Qoe^ers wa« attending a meeting of, the State ftsh apd game commission, of which he Is ft, «W»- b ^ir. and Mrs. X«ui» Hull and the former's mother, n» ot .her brother-in-law, -Editor • Seth B. Cairy." •Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gelgel, •.•'Mrs. Fred Geigel, and the latter's'daugh- ter Georganne left Tuesday for Monroe', WIs., to attend the golden wedding of Mr. Geigel's eldest brother Matt and the' latter's wife yesterday. This is the second golden wedding in the family, for Frank's sister; Mrs. Gus Norder, Ju<Ja, WIs., and..." her husband observed a golden wedding last year. . ' - Mr.' and Mrs.. Cecil -McGlnnls.and Maynard Stephenson took Mrs.: Mc- Gtnnis's elster, Mildred DeGraw, to Cedar Falls Sunday,, and remained there till Tuesday. (Mildred, who had spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs,. L. J. De Graw, teaches in the Cedar Falls schools. Mr, McGinnls, who drives a Mid- Continent oil truck, visited the company's office at Waterloo, Phyllis, 8-year-pld daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Cleo Black, underwent an operation at the Kossuth hospital Tuesday for ruptured appendix. Mrs, Mike Goetz, farmer's, wife near Wesleyi : underwent a major operation Friday, Chris Nelson, Algona, wh,o suffered a broken leg, February 12, when a cake of ice fell on it, was released Saturday. The leg had to 'be In a cast more than a month. The W. 'P. Frenches will move Saturday to the H. J. Plathe tenant house on south Wooster street. They will vacate the Mrs. S, B. French house on McGregor, The elder Mrs. French, who wintered in Hollywood, her .daughter, Mrs. Cldney. Laird, and the latter's daughter Jane wil upend the .summer here. The Plathe house was 'recently vacated by the D, R. Steeles, who moved to Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Ole A'llison and Mrs. P, p. Monlux left yesterday njorn- ing for Sioux City to attend p,. conference of Iowa Lutherans, Mr, Al- Two-button, single breasted models with peaked or notched lapels; university styles. The herringbone patterns are modest, in good taste. The fabrics are stout worsteds. They wear long and hard, yet they are also live and active and follow the play of your muscles. It is America's greatest suit value at the price, will fit you perfectly. We Hart Schaffner & Marx SOO.50 22 Other good makes $15.00 — — $20.00 Wm. C. STEELE ALGONA'S BEST CLOTHES STORE [Exceptlonally So] , THE ORIGINAL , NICKLESS , OnlySc A S MUCH as is possible of the nicotine' has '• been removed :from to<' bacco used in the Nickless cigar — thereby assuring a cool mild and appealing smoke. ' Especially recommended for'excee- '' sive smokers, but also favored by . many who find other cigars too strong for them,TRY \ VOX, and . .you'll notice the difference—all In your favor. Any Algona dealer can get them for'you. " a. Mr, Hujl v&Mt* years gf o, feat * Spring Is Here Now is the time to have your Eaye troughs gone over or have that Plumbing Job Figured LAING <* MUCKEY ./ Build While You Live-- Why not buy a lot in the cemetery and then come down here and ' buy a suitable monument and place on your lot? Tou will have this duty '• to perform some time, why "not now? YOU CAN NOT INVEST YOUR MONEY in anything that will give you more worth for your money than in a monument. When you buy a memorial it is there forever, r ' ' and it will last forever if«you buy it from me, N I have the, best monument that can be produced and we mean just that. You couldn't buy a better grade of-granite anywhere in the world because it just can't be done. Not only that, but we can Bell you a monument for less money than you can buy the cheapest, most inferior piece of granite at any place. ' Now, if you have some money and don't want to put it in the bank, come down here and invest it with me, and I will prove to you ; that you can get more interest than you can in a gold bond. . Remember, memorials perpetuate memory. They stand for aU that you have ever been in this world, a v id 'if you buy a monument from and not from some carpetbagger or peddler who is just trying to your money you are going to be safe and sure: you have your }ast resfc ,'-y ing place marked with a joy forever , j ' U' - :'s. Just a few more weeks befpre Memorial-flay, Qojnj Jn ajwi njyaJsf' ff, a selection from the greatest display ever shown west " " —"'• • l • J rjvey. Ifc, >C : -!i^Ai*l

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