Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1932 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1932
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&t, Swea wltu the & Celebrate its tenth birthday anniversary Monday, May 23. William de Cook Bunlng, of the Hague, the Netherlands, director of Rotary i n - £e,rnational, will be speaker. This Will be Director Bunlng's only stop w .' Bice with a .special ' is the Steelc otote, Aft , , who was seri an* .Monday, -Swell iwprbyed yester- '>t. Dewel has been between Chicago and thte year's international convention at Seattle. The Algona .club's (Fort Dodge parent club and the Emmetsburg and Forest City clubs, offspring of the local club, have been invited 'to attend the meeting,. There will be a sports program in the afternoon. Frances Zender, Mildred Capesius, Alicia Thllges, and Carlotta Kanouff drove to Cherokee Saturday, and Carlotta thence went on by train to Omaha, where she has accepted employment, after having been at home b nurse; *- I*' spent mdepend- br6th - e "' a . Chubb and MM. O. W a county tedera- meeting .at, ?i- commentiement , ad- Verne, May 17, and f,' Jd Violet Blelch, Burt, spent Jiy anfl Sunday, with relatives ulatter at Rochester. ' u Lunstrom, Advance etn- I went to Des Molnes Friday tit!.week-end visit with his. Land other relatives.,, p Monshower, Rockford, - y,,atter a visit since jflgnwi' at Mason £oiimore and John Franklf C< Iowa City Sunday, partly mission, partly to nd Mrs. P. itrlct Supt. and, Mrs. 'W. H. •eand the Rev. and Mrs. CrV. [attended an Algona sub-dis- jilnteterlal conference- 'at Lu ie Tuesday. • vBerrle, Mason City, spent the; I here guest of the'-Anton! ^M.' He is. a former Ad-J ee employe and now works in a printing shop. ,i It and Mrs. Donald Hutchison,' a Rapids, and their daughters D and Nancy spent the week-1 with Donald's parents, Mr. and A. Hutchison. is. Eugene Keneflck accompan- Dorothy Flemming,. of Forest I Mo Chicago Tuesday to visit s two weeks .They traveled he Flemming car. r, and Mrs. Nete Chrlstensen, of tcer.-and their daughters Jewell Cora spent Sunday with the ; P. Chrlstensens. The ' elder Chrje- KM are P. J.'s parents. ie Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Coleman, and Mra. 1>. B. Fairbanks,. and and Mrs, Frank Geigel attended ort Dodge Presbytery at Esther[last week Wednesday. r. and Sirs. K. D. James took r daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nasby, of iSa, to Fort Dodge Sunday; sice she went home by train. had been here two weeks. r. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor got ie Monday from Chicago, where i had spent ten days with their ghter, Mrs. Humphrey Campbell. tol playground supervleor. ilia Earth, who broke!up house- ng last fall to go to polnU' In i Dakota anil visit staters, re- 1 Saturday, and is making her e with Mrs. J. C. .KresenBky. ' j and Bernice Swensen, Ange i, and Supt. Kate Skinner, Lu (ne teachers, spent the week-end li Kate's mother, Mrs. E. J. Skln- [, who reopened her home ten i ago. •. H, M. Olson is expected home from Des Molnes, where he »een attending a state- dental Jtlng. Dr. and Mrs. L. 0». Baker | Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams also mded, Jdori Norman Hlnz; 7-day sdn of land Mrs. Mike Hlnz, Lu Verne, pat their home Sunday, and bur- fas made in the Lu Verne ceme- , following funeral services at [home Monday. |he Howard Platts have moved to | Mrs, L. E. Potter house, next th of the Platt suburban gro- J. They had been living 'in a ten- I bouse owned by Samuel Medln least Gtove street. i^M. Morrow and F, F. Barker, " i employ of the Aetna Wte ' loan department >• a.t.'' Pea .». spent the week-end with f families here. Both will jnov» f* Mo(nea June 1. falter Fraser and Edgar Flnnell ^ expected home yesterday from v, where they are attending »State college, the annual Vei- 1 Kstiyal this week-end .having a students a short vacation, • iona Clark, Chicago, arrived, Sat- p t« visit her parents, Mr. a.nd ™»1 Clark. She Is'" tftkln* ' training at St. Luke'* hQS- r«n w111 be s^duated in 'June, '*"! remain at the ' " '" Mre, Harold NeylUe, of . ana their tatoy, Sunday with ' who «M 8, Mr. and The boys will gq 8>loe daughter lor of 5 aJ** «»**> Jn T ca9e % 9fftM «*5y«& i a5 KoeeuTH COUNTY fggg^gggff— several months, The other girls attended alumni goings at St. Afary'e academy, Cherokee; Sunday. Car,- lotta also formerly attended St. Mary's. The entertainment eonslst- ed of a business meeting in the morning, followed by a luncheon at noon. The P. C. Zender car was used for the trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh are grandparents again, and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson are experiencing that strange feeling which comes to couples who become ALGONA, IOWA grandparents (or the first time. At San Francisco last week Wednesday a eon was born to Ensign and Mrs. M. Ai Peterson. The mother was formerly Ann Murtagh, and her elder ; sister, Helen, the wife of Theodore Hutchison, Iowa City law student, has a daughter. The M. A. Petersons live at Long Beach, but M. A.'s battleship, the New York, is at present stationed off 'Frisco. Mrs. L. F. Wright recently returned from Rochester, where she had spent a month, following antrlm and eeptum operations lor relief of sinus ^rouble, with which she had suffered iritensely two jvlnters. The antrlm operation was simple, but the septum operation, -which involved the removal of bone from the left side of. the hdse to the forehead, was followed by hemorrhages which for a time threatened serious results. The condition which It was sought •to correct came about from a childhood injury. It is now believed that upon recovery from the operations Mrs. Wright will be relieved of most if not all of her sinus trouble. Mr. Wright, Who I* a Milwaukee railway •postal clerk, spent a week with hi* wife at Rochester. . • .Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ingham, who had been away from Des Molnes a few weeks, seemed to be trekking .homewards a week ago. Mr. Ingham's column on the Register's editorial page during his absence from home was dated succes- ively at points in Arizona and Call.- fornia, then in Arizona again, and Saturday's in New Mexico. On the way out the inghams vfelttf „ . and Mrs. Gardnes ftofrite/wttfr WtijM; since returned to Des M6lriw, Mi; they were also guests of th» IftuM ' O. Lowdene, who were temjpArarlljJ in the same state. Mr. Lowden 10 the former Illinois governor who! has more than once been promt* nently mentioned for the presidency* At San Diego Mr. and Mrs. Ingham visited their youngest son Itarvey] Jr. There are two other sons, Hep* burn," who lives in New York City* and William, still at home. Join the Throngs of Thrifty Buyers—A Record Event in New, Quality, Low Price—Are the Watch* words of Our Great 46th Anniversary Stale This store has the utmost confidence in the good people and future of this community. We are prepared for a good business year ahead, and it ts with an expression of renewed hope and a steadfast faith in our many customer friends that we launch this 46th Anniversary Sale —a "sell-ebration" of birthday party values that will amaze you. Our Anniversary Sale is your savings party. Remember, New—Quality—Low Prices—are the watchwords of this great event—it will be a record breaking Anniversary that Algona will always remember. * • * ' • ' ' 1 *' Goeders' Anniversary Outrivals all Previous Store Events In Every Way—C O M E!! Unusual Features of An Unusual Event Hosiery The Year's. Best Buy In Hosiery We have selected several (hundred pairs of fine full- fashioned meeh and lace hose. from our regular stock of finest hosiery. We celebrate by offering regular $1.65 values at $1.19 pair Lingerie That will • make your heart go pit-a-pat and how you'll want them for your own. Crepe Silk Teddies, Gowns and Slips with Alencon Lace $2.95 >'ew Bias Slips In Crepe Silk and Celemalse $1.00 to $2.25 Cloves A costume is judged by its gloves, button, gauntlet, mousquetaire in fine' Kid or cape. We have everything that's new and smart. Glace kid and capeskin — popular colors 95c and $2.95 Sweaters ' Darlings of the Sweater mode, high waisted, broad shoulder-i ed, short sleeved, there's your recipe for a perfectly new sweater. Lacy, diagonal mesh and gay colorings or plain. ', ; $1.78 and $2.78 Sheets An opportunity to replenish your supply of bed linens with quality sheets, product* of nationally known makers.. Bridal Linen 63x90 81x90 81x99 at$l Saxon Linen- Finish 63x90' 81x9Q Slx.99 at 79c each Table Linen* ^•In, All linen "pea,utiful new patterns, yard 11,45 Cloth $1.29 Hosiery Better quality at this new price in silk service and rayon mesh hose, featuring new spring shades—all sizes 50c Pajamas in clever styles and smart new printed fabrics, hot color combinations that have plenty of swing and snap. Sizes 6 years to 38 $1.00 Bloomers Finest quality run-proof rayon bloomers and panties, in plain or mesh ,all sizes in popular shades 48c Gloves The newest button and gauntlet styles in smart fabrics and mesh gloves are here in the smart colors, such as white, neutral, beige, black 59c and $1.00 Misses' Dresses j in smart cotton prints, , both long and short sleeve styles, -fast colors, well made, serviceable, sizes 3 to 14 $1.00 Corselettes Th? new indestructible , mesh corselette, with silk mesh elastic gores and reducing features, insuring comfort with maximum support $3.00 Beautiful Linens The newest in four side border towels, all lineni 18x36 assorted color borders, the smart new thing , This Anniversary Means a Value Birthday Party Curtains We have all the cheerful, crisp new curtains (made up and by the yard) that interior decorators are using in '32. New frisclllu Curtains $1 New Cottage Sets 89c New Curtain Fabrics 29c <&«Sw%J/ Pillow Cases • Just -the time for these good quality--torn sixe pillow cases from, the leaders of known makers and Ineure quality at a low price. Bridal 42x36, 25c Saxon 19c Fabrics The fabric makes the fashion this Spring, and you'll be able to make a stunning, inexpensive wardrobe from these new materials. New Printed Voiles 45c New Dotted Swiss 48c New Printed Batiste 29c Cels Sanitary Pads 15c Modes Sanitary Pads 3 for 75c Voiles New patterns 19c A. B.C. Prints 15c Percales Better quality lOc Dresses Tub Frocks 50c Play Suits Billy Boy Suits $1.00 Drapes Ready made-lined $3.95 Mesh' Fabrics , Suitings. ] Dimities '"'• Batiste * Silk Mixed 29c 1 H 'If , W ;.i> "**: "a Table Cloths "When •' Irish eyea ar« 'smiling", that's when these beautiful linena are made, and the quality and value will cause you to emile with satisfaction. Fine Umn Damask Cloth* 70x70 72x»0 $4.95 $6.75 Printed Silks Smartness, Artistic design and quality are the keynotes of these beautiful printed silks. The newest twti-tohe. ,• 'ftnd multi-colored patterns, 4<Mi>. Two Tone Silk $1.00 )«.Ju. Priijtea Silfct 79c Yard Mattress Covert Regular $1.50 now, $1.00 T Bath Room Ensembles $1.00 r Bath Mats With rubber backs $1.00 40-hi, Flat Crepe 95c Wa.h Cloth. Package pf six \$ n r<* Turkish Towels For you Women who prefer real up-to-t eyen ia, ^ur ,lj»p«r);sS faff or Detailfl ol Croedfr• tiilt t j.^vMSa • and Footw««r i'^^^. •re-ii-j.- i i - \ •> = flf ~ i i, -, " '"'•'B^"-/ *£ Y f~ i* "W, ^1 'i if " ^ ^^•.ly^Xya^jft fif^ ^-f.^ '%t&&£&?^&i «Mte& Turkish Towels , i8*$e'' 196 - ' ^ - B*n: ;-i,-..j, ;i&*, -J." i fr'^%5 Al«%iSfl LVfr si/ 1 -"-''

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