Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1932 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1932
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two yeara,, was Woito, tot M» **» * * M , the do nii«li It to continue In order present 6tandln* of woman .will be hired. teacher* were re-en- PAPERS Printed k*«t Week t«. In Komth. 91-YEA WESLE SETT I OLD EARLY .ER DIES Wesley Apr 12-Mrs. ALGONA, IOWA, APRIL 14, 1932 Swea City's Crack Cardinals • teachers were re-en- TTCOICJ-, ^.pi-. ^ — iv irs. junzauetn rt Hart, superintendent; Cooper, 91, mother of Mrs. Albert "' ean Iflabelle 1 Saunders, 'Martlnek, died at 3 a. m. Sunday at t- Ce ' m ^ «nd Esther Adolph- her daughter's home, where she had 69 i .were cut 10 per cent, lived five and one-half years. She Salaries wMteg . Carmeani w ho was born In England October 3, in high school. She hafl 1840, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the seventh and John Winder. With her husband, No one Will be hired Charles Cooper, she came to Portland township In the 80's, and the couple bought .and occupied the .,,.. HSI Birthday— Oalllon farm when the Oalllons i As of Alice Saunders moved away, Later Mr. and Mrs. celebrate her 7th 'birth- Cooper lived some yeare In Colorado. A v She Is ft daughter of Mr. Cooper died 17 years ago. Mrs. MM Leo M. Saunders. At- Cooper was the mother of ten chll- ..T martv were Elaine Wolf, dren, of whom four survive: John Vinn Agnes Chrietenson, W. and Wm. J., Hlllsdale. Wyo.; Comom Del()res Kemmers, Charles H,, Tltonka; Mrs. Ella Mar- Maxlne Ken-1 tlnek, Wesley. Burial will be made at Burt. Allene Martlnek, who teaches at Wlnthrop, came home Friday evening to see her grandmother, and will remain till after Quinn, and Alice's and brother John. 3 and the children will re ' | the school-year end*. , Move to Minnesota , leave Bancroft— mother, am f Stromseth, cashier of. the the funeral. ,. g. Traders Savings bank, Is Bancroft for Atwater, Minn., Armenian Gives H. S. lecture— *\, will be cashier of a new The high school and Miss McCon twater is between Lttch- nell's room enjoyed a lecture Mon- L A wilmar, in a dairy section, day afternoon by James Dyer, a ! mseth will go soon, but Mrs. 'young Armenian who epoke inter- trom . _ L ,,^_i_ ,™ii, -<»-1 estlngly and with some humor of school customs In his country; por- trayed'Armenian and Arabian marriage ceremonies, etc. His father, an Vincent .Lattlmers moved American citizen, was a doctor. He lav to Frost, Minn. Mr. Lattl- returned to his own country, and Mil work with a paving crew was killed by Turks In 1916. James Amboy, Minn. Mrs. Lattimer's Dyer Is lecturing to raise money to live at Frost. Mr. and .Mre. defray college expenses. He wishes -hacker an( j their 'daughter to'enter college at Cedar Falls this have moved Into 1 the. house .fall. It Is a question whether thle turners occupied here./ The young man Is not a son of a Doctor irs operate Fred's Inn, Dyer, who spoke in the Methodist | • ,' ..... , ,•;".-:;; •:,. .-.. "\ . chtirch .here 19.years ago, during the n Mayor Bnt Declines— ' : first pastorate of -Rev. L. E. *Warl J, Hood, nominated for mayor die. Doctor Dyer portrayed Armen- flater elected, refused to-qualify, ian and Turkish customs, repeated [11V a may or is appointed by the the Mohammedan calls to prayer I, Dr. J. A. Devlne will remain etc. fcflce. The salary of the mayor 15 a year, and the ' councllmen i dollar for each meeting they id. • rer Honors Florence Erlckson— _adames-M. J. Dyer, A. W. Ken\, John Shea, and John Brink at- a shower' for Florence Er, St. Benedict, at -her- home y afternoon. Miss Erlckson Ibe married thie week Tuesday ternard Brink Jr., of Bancroft. i City Lad Operated On— , e son.of Mr. and,Mrs. Harold h, Swea City, was operated on [appendicitis Monday. 'Dr. J. A. W, Bancroft, and Dr. Lund- It, Swea City, were the surgeons, 1 Mary Underkofler, R. N., ae- day with Inmates of the Odd Fellows home, and with other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon 'Paulson drove to Forest City Sunday morn- Ing, and Mr. Paulson filled the Congregational pulpit there. The Raymond Hansens drove to Des Molnes Sunday and visited the Ray Madsons, old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins* have purchased a new Oldsmoblle, and they brought It home Sunday. Mrs. E. Goodnow spent last week with her sister, Mrs. A. E. Glddlngs, and also called upon old friends. » Preaches Farewell Sermon. Tltonka, Apr. 12—The Rev. G Haken, pastor of the Reformed church, north of German Valley, preached his farewell sermon Sunday. He came here 20 years ago aa successor to the Rev. W. T. Janssen. Now he Is retiring, and with his family plans to spend the summer at an Okobojl or 'Spirit Lake cottage. x] VOTE FOR FRED'HSCHULTL Candidate for the Republican Nomination tor County Treasurer Kossuth County Primaries June 1932 Mayor of Lone Rock Successful Lone Rock merchant. since 1913 v v' f ' T*HIS INDEPENDENT SWEA CITY basketball team Is one of the best in Iowa. A few weeks ago It 1 ranked third In a'state tourney at Marshalltown. Later It took part In a Spencer Gold Medal tournament and in succession defeated four teams to win, 35-3?, in finals against Spencer's Shine Bros. team. As a team trophy it received a silver loving cup, and each member received a rolled gold basketball charm. This was the team's second tourney victory within two weeks, for It also won a Legion'.tournament at Lake Park. Left to right In the picture are: Kenneth Thomson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brank J. Thomson,Jormer Algonians; Everett Jensen, Donald 'Peterson, Gregor Deim, Arthur Delm, Richard Krumm; and Herman Bowman, barber, who Is manager., , BAKING POWDER khy Brink 8; Party— lorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i Brink, entertained five friends i birthday party Sunday atter: Helen Froehle," Bernlce Ken, Madeline Lattimer, Maurlne |erlng, and Catherine Kramer. othy Is eight i Dances Drawing Well-ices every Wednesday night at [ Legion pavilion are big attrac- Last week Wednesday night [numbers were sold. Al• 'Menke J His Gang, Fairmont, furnished lie. The Tiny Toe Teasera-play t week,. • •"• •'":;.•" .'•'.'.'. : . < i Brother to Bochetter— ton Williams, of the Baker 4 Itamg barber shop left Sunday I Dubuque, called by news of the of hte brother Joseph. John Pastor's Wife loses Mother— The Kev. and Mrs. McNulty received word last week Wednesday evening that Mrs* McNulty's mother, Mrs. Mary A. Wyatt, had died at Farnhamville, her home. The Me- •Nultys left Thursday morning, to remain until after funeral services. They remained over Sunday, and. word was received that the husband of the daughter at whose home Mrs. Wyatt died, was not expected to live. Mr. and Mrs. McNulty therefore stayed to assist and 1 console the doubly afflicted woman. The brother-in-law Is In. the Oakdale sanitarium. 8. S. Institute Next Sunday— A union Sunday school institute will be held at the local Methodist church Thursday, April 21, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. Many neighboring towns will par- The juniors are laying plans for the junior-senior banquet, to be held this year at.the;schoplhouse. • . • Goldfleld Wins from Wesley— The first high school baseball game of the season was played at Goldfield Friday. It was well played, considering that neither team had had much practice. The score was 4-2 In favor of Goldfleld. Our boys play Woden here this week Tuesday, and Vernon township here this week Friday. Butts leaves Mayo Hospital—It Is. reported that Guy M. Butts has now. left St. Mary's hospital Rochester, and that he is expected home the last of this week. Mrs. Butts spent most of last week with him, and returned 'Friday. Saturday she went'to Plymouth to visit her broher Fred. Another brother Harry, Dubuque, was there also. Kate Schlltz Is Improving— Kate Schiltz, sister of Mrs. Susie Gray, who has been sick six weeks or more, Is now noticeably improv- ing. Mrs. Jones, sister of Mrs. Albert Reno, who recently visited here, suffered a.paralytic stroke since,returning to her home ' at; Petsrson shortly after Easter. Peter Zelmet Burled Here— The remains of Peter Zelmet, formerly of Orthel and Prairie town- ehips, near Wesley, will arrive here at 5 o'clock this week Tuesday morning, coming fram California, where he made his W>me with a son. Burial will be made in St. Joseph cemetery on Tuesday. Completes laboratory Course— Ivyl Marie,' daughter of the Henry Kunzes, returned last week Wednesday from Si 1 . Paul, having finished a technician's course at St. John's school of laboratory technique. She will be at home several months, and then return to St. Paul, to enter a course of training. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Silas iSkow drove to Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon to see a' friend, Mike McDonegal, in a hos- pital there. Mr. McDonegal's back was injured when a tree fell on him sometime in February, and he is partly paralyzed.. At one, time he worked for Mr. Skow. Mrs. Pearl Haynes and her daughters were at Mason City Frliay. The Mesdames Tom Nelson and James Hodges drove to Algona Saturday. .Pearl 'Robinson went to Mason City Saturday and visited over Sun- SAME PRICE forovtr double OUNCES FOR SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED 75c We guarantee that you can't dulpicate our high quality work at our low prices! Let us clean and press your suits, and be- convinced! We'll clean and press your spring topcoat for $1.00. . Prompt Service: We Call for and deliver. Send us Your Bags, Draperies and Curtains ELK CLEANERS AND TAILOBS Phone 330 Corner Call and Dodge Streets MILLIONSOF POUNDS USED BV OUR GOVERNMENT READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS f ORIGIN i to go to Rochester kher. with .his i ^^^^^^^ ft Wijr Draws Crow*— . large audience attended the night at St.>John'siaudltorlum, anted. by' senior*. of 1 St. John'? n school. -, Cats QaDt Blocks— * ) Legion Auxiliary met at Mrs. ,wl Droessler's last week Tuea- tfternoon, and quilt blocks were >: Clara Nemmers and Mrs. L. [ousel were assiating hostesses. . Speaks at *eettaf— i community Farm Bureau meet- J will be held this weisk Tuesday |the public schoolhouae, and C. "Sohoby, Algona, will be the prln- 1 speaker. »Bettering: to Wei— ins of matrimqny Were pub- 1 for the first- time for Viola Bring and Rudolph' Rahe Sun- f at St. John's church. • Pastor Preaches Here- lie SJostrand conducted sef- »at the Lutheran church Sm»' evening. He is a student at ISock Island seminary. tlclpate. Among local speakers will be the Rev. Mr. McNulty, the Rev. iMr. Bernsten, Congregational pastor, and Mr. and Mre. Paulson, Bible scholars, who formerly taught In the Bible Institute, Minneapolis. Lunch will 'be served at noon, each person or group bringing a covered dish, and each individual a plate and cup. Hot coffee will be served. Katy Hlldman loses .Husband— Kllllan Simon, husband of Katy Hlldman, died at his home near Campbellsport, Wls., April 1. The following day Mrs. Simon's brothers, Matt and Ed Hlldman, with Mrs. Ed Hlldman, Mrs. Simon's sister, Mrs. Gertie Klrschbaum, and Simon's sister, Mrs. Ignatz Eisenbacher, drove to Campbellsport. Funeral services were held at 10 o'clock Monday, April 4, and burial -was made at St. Kllllan, Wls. Besides fcto, wife; Mr. -Simon !• survived -by, six children COmUGHT 1927^ UNITED OBU8 CQ, THREE DAYS ONLY Thursday, Friday^Saturday, April 14-15-16 Only Rexall Stores can conduct the Orlffbul | Rexall One Cent Sale . O N SPECIAL ^occasions during the rear we offer many of theM I Items at prices lo than the regular 1M | price. At no time, however, do we offer anjr of . this merchandise at tMfc rock -bottom price* a»J we' are offering 'OB tkfc one-cent sale. Ther« no limit— buy all jt K. », JAMBS REXA11 STOBB News of Wesley's'. Saturday, April 23. the baseball tournament will be held at.Tltonka. Drawing* have -not yet been made. The seniors have chosen arid. are about to begin work on their play, The Devil's Eye, a three-act mystery j»lay, having a cast of li charasters. Speaker Here— ? Reno, former president of the , -6rs Union of America, epoke at f public schoolhpvwe last NO VIBRATION Other Bancroft "•J. Blanch Beckner a»4 ' her »ter Grace took,, Mrs. Henry PWj^nd the latye.r'9 daughter P *? Webster pity la*? 'Tfeujrs- *< The Fosters live a*' Norfolk. •and. Mrs. Foster is a • Beckner. Erwln - and dawser, Say Doyle, were at J>yer 8 yip to Wer^lls, of CarrolJ, v ifr ; Mr. W d Mrs. M.J jestic »r absolutely because of the famous Majeguo high spee4 Rotary CoB»pr*f*W' Aesen«rQf vibration gives long life te any machine. Majestic runs so smoothly that a dime wiU stand on edge when placed ou the ton of the cabinet. of Courthouse It Is spring time' in the Rockies and it Is spring time at Neville's Shoe Store. We are all set with the greatest array of men'e, women's an4fChlldresn,;s»»Koea;j •' and* slippers;eTer'shqwnj under"one*rbof 'in ^Kwwiith.',' county.:',;A, hfoety-foQt J8tojre^cra / mmed > ^amme|,v ! ^ack- ed full'of new shoes. Bright, shining, gleaming ; -n'ew- ness reflected in'every pair. New handsome patterns, improved quality and prices the lowest in thirty years. We have an eight-cylinder shoe proposition to show you this year. Algona, la fast becoming the shoe center of four counties. People are coming from thirty miles around to buy shoes at Neville's. •'. > We carry a mammoth stock and our low, prices on standard shoes are very attractive a year 'like this. We have everything that the average person would want In shoes and slippers. , Men'a shoes and oxfords, sizes 6 to 12, and on widths from C to EEE. , Ladles' low shoes, sizes 3 to 9, and on widths from AA to EHJE. , The latest novelties' In color combination, plain black for dress, arch-support slippers for, pad feet, and comfort slinpei-s for the warm days now, coming, on. In boys"and girls' low shoea we have so'many different kinds. I dare not attempt to describe them. You will find them at Neville's trom 50c a pair up to the finest that are made. Just unloaded 1200 pairs of children's slippers, a, factory clean-up in sizes from S to 2. I am going to sell them at 89o a pair, I calb them depression killers. You get more, than your money's worth when you buy these. Boys' good solid work shoes, sizes 9 to 6, Peters - . A* A|k ^ Men's soW work shoes,-11.19, |1,«, $1.»9» and np , AQI iyv , Men's $4.00 oxfords, genuine calfskin, Goodyear welt, new styles, at I9.?*f __ All *5.00 oxfords, -Friendly Five, Freeman's Famous Five, Douglas, and others all go at 18.96, All standard shoes, new thle spring.' It Is a cinch they would cost you five bucks anywhere else. All the standard $5.00 and |«,00 ellppera are sold. for J3.50 to $3,95 at Neville's. Boys' overalls, sizes up to 5,6, go at 39c, Boys' Whoopie pants, red trimming, go at 45c. k . Boys' union suits, sizes 26 to 34, go at 25c, For one week I am going to sell our ladles' full- fashioned chiffon hose "The Dollar ones," at- 60c a nalr. You can have 8 pairs for I}.QO, Ladles' 25o rayon hose this week, 9 pairs for 85«, April Is being a big mopth a.t Neville's shoe store. We are determined' to sell 4 M of shoes whether we. make any money or not. Last Saturday was th% biggest day we have had this year. Jimmie Neville , i Ml-81 Solution The mouth tested antiseptic. Neu- trallzea even onion odors; kUla flf«5s*jthat cause aoye throats, ,59c 2 for 60c HIKER'S ILASOL : Keepa-the"ffaiB and 'hands soft 'and'smooth. 9 for 51e Klenxo> Tooth Paste Plea sant to the taste, effective in removing stain. a for 51c Products We Aspirin, 10?s .8 for 7te We Borle AeU Powder * tor We «c Castor OU, 8-o«. .,.» for,*|c, ' »e'-:OiMStflilh-S 'oi.::.-8 for 'We;y '»! Cod^tlrer^OB, l«o«. 8 for 11.01, ••' 60W-"Eii6nlict';Cas'ear».''.ArQma«... v*' tie .——J— ~a;for 61e Stte Glycerin Supos., Infants .. . :..: . 8 for Me 8fie Mercurocnrome — -S for 8«c 8te Soda Mint Tablets .8 for 8«e 85e-Spirts Samphor, 1 01. .... ; . 8 for 8«e 8S0 Tincture Iodine 8 for 8«e Rexall Remedies •1 Agarex, Comp. or plain —•- •. .__._ ..... 8 for SLOT. B6c Cedar "Chest Comp. .8 for 8«c 86c Foot; Powder —8 for 8to f ,-,4pe Gypsy Cream——8 for 41c 1 VfiOc ; IjajcatlTO -8alt*'.v..^.8 for He ,'86c Mttie ilvier PUIs -^ for 8«c |1 "M" Hair Tonic —8 for >1.01 86c Sprlnv Tafts 8 for 86c Stationery •1.00 Fountain Pens, assorted colors and styles -.8 for »1J)1 91^0 Symphony lawn Papeterie (new) white and tlnts. .....--.-.,—-.8 for 11.01 Me lord Baltimore Papeterle, white and tints ——8 for We 60o Marsala Paper or Envelopes ___-,.___--,--—8 for 5ic 10o Writing Tablets —8 for Ho 6c Old Colony lead Pencils (assorted colors) .. 8 for 6« Combines feature-that softenvand- an^o^tiir'the iskln; whitens 4t^rfi| provides a . thin invisible film of protection,,vi,50o jar ' 2 for 51fc BubblBf Alcohol An invigorating "body rub that relaxes muscles. 50c a pint, .a for sic Toilet Goods ; •1.00 Bouquet Bauee , Face i Powder ___ - -------- 8 for »1.01' •1.00 Duska Face Powder ---- ? 8 ,for A8PIBIN True aspirin that relieves pain more quickly ana safely, Bqx of 34 8 boxes for 86e Flrstald GerioWdal Soap. 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