Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1932 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 2, 1932
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KQBStiTIt COtJKtY ADVAKCB. ALdONA, IOWA Al' aikenhai'ner at^uttenburg, , the old Falkenhalner « Jterritt and 'hi* daughters ,"' /.Dorothy spent Memorial ' 8t Perry with Mr. Mtertha Rundeli, -DCs Molnes visited' here Saturday took her to B. A. fieward. His principal mission here was to look after his parents 1 graves in preparation 'for Mehibrial day. Mr. Crammond Is not at pres^ mt in business. He reported heavy rains last week*far beyond Sioux Falls arid all the way here. The country everywhere seemed to promise bumper crops, and he thought there would this year be no such distress in South Dakota as was caused by last year's drought. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carr,. Ellendale, Minn,, and Hugh's sister Mar- Jorle, St. Paul, were here for' a few hours on Memorial day. They Planned to stop also at Burt to see the Allan Corns.: Another sister, Mabel, married, with two children, »ves in Chicago,, and the sister Ruth, with one child; is the wife of a Plankington, S. D., banker. The Carr family lived .here 30 years ago, when the father, J. B . Carr, who hayed from Seneca township; -was ?£„ vT', 1 olerk - Wabel - an " then Marjorle, served as deputy under Clerk W.' C. Dewel. E eavlng Algona 26 years ago Mar"Jorie has served mainly in secretarial capacities, mostly at Chicago Jean Patterson Griffith, of Des ;MoInes, writes to endorse Starr E Cogswell, also Des Moines, for rail- l'nn/1 Jln^u—l^- t *.C4*A road commissioner on the repub- 8hHU began wo^k yesterday , j W". Neville shoe- store, He ien clerking at a P«» ne y store Mrs. O. S. Lindsey spen reek-end at Paton wfth • their et, Mrs. Fred Bunker, wife o' ell'Ingersoll, Cedar , Rapid! «; spent Sunday arid Monday Tils' parents,'Mr. and Mrs. C llcan ticket and expresses the hope that her old republican friends here will vote for him next Monday. M Griffith, who is a widow, is ' the daughter of «i e late Mr/and Mrs! Samuel Patterson, and her father who was for many years a ]oc al grocer, was a brother of James Patterson, also a former Algona grocer who still lives here. Before she was married Mrs, Griffith ran a Spirit Lake newspaper, while her brother George published the Estherville Enterprise. Of late years Mrs. Grif- h Stokes, employed in Mlnne spent- Sunday and Memorla ilth her parents, Mr. and Mrs ry lie Bailey, employed at Minne repent the week-end with he Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey town. returned Tuesday weeks with relatives a mue. She keeps house fo ir Davern. i. Hazel Staley. Olson, Chicago itly Forest City, spent Sunda- jfonday here. She is manage apartment hotel. EWs Runchey and her chil returned to their home Friday, and Mrs. ley accompanied them, i Ira Iverson, Clinton, and he i arrived Saturday for a fei Jitlth pie former's parents, M •lira. August Huenhold._, ,. |)and Mrs. M, T. McGulre ar nts of a son, born last week lay, named Patrick Thomas. j is the fttth son. - Mr. McGuire [the road-grading business. H, M. Smith, her sisters, j Streit, Algona, and Mrs. Mau- ICullen, Oelwein, with the lat- Terence, spent Memorial i relatives at Ashtbn. id Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas and liter's .mother, Mrs.'Eric, Nel- It by car for New York City / to visit another daughter of [Nelson, the former Yarda Nel- Murtagh's face has some- I resembled a .large, red beet I Monday. He acquired the sun- fdilring a QOUpie i of toys' fish- l Spirit Lake. The li^ck'was j Hall, Council Bluffs, <and his (er Mary came Saturday «to [Mr. Hall's sister, Mrs, I* M. They returned< Tuesday to 1 Bluffs, where Mr. Hall is a )r. lena Qulnn went to . Iowa (turday to bring home her f Madonna today. Madonna has 1 her first year's work at the Ity, and will spend the sum- re. : F. E, Sawyer, A, E. Michel, ~". H. Cummins drove to Cass r'Mlnn., last Thursday ,for a ' ys of fishing, 'Eight' other j fishermen had gone up a W°«' I James Killan, Sioux City, three children - are visiting ier'8 parents, Mr, and . , Jteuman, and brother iHenry, " sister, Mrs? several Friday and Saturday, June 8 and DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Plenty, of action. Plenty of comedy. Plenty of thrills! EL BR'EftDEL JOHN GILBERT in "West of Broadway" —Also— "The Broken Wing" . . —With— Lupe Velez, Leo Carrillo Melvyn Douglas A girl with a flaming heart! A love bandit! A captive aviator-lover! His un-named wife! Disaster threatening with every kiss! MATINEE — 1:30-3:30 p. m. Prices, 10-25C. NIGHT—7M'5-9:15 p. m. Prices 10-30-40c. Xucg<lay*Wedneg,day, June 1 and 8 "She Wanted a Millionaire" ,—with— " JOAN BENNETT SPENCER TRACY JAMES KIRKWOOD The truth about beauty contest* and the unlucky girls who win the Don't let your daughter girl's mistake! Matinee'Tuesday, '2:30 p. m.,'p: es 10-25c. • > •. and Mrs. Fraser. He will come home sister of the late Mr. Free. for the summer Saturday and. will again be lifeguard at the municipal swimming pool, which is to be opened for the season Sunday. Mr an.d Mrs. Charles Hoffman and their cousin, Edward Thilges, Bode, spent Sunday and Monday with the E. W. Larsons," Minneapolis. Mr. Larson was once employed at the .Bell grain office i here,.-.hut now plays In an orchestra. Elwood Norton returned to Cedar Falls Tuesday, after a brief -visit With his parents, Mr. and Mrs: B. E. Norton. He will attend .summer school at the I. S. T. C., and in the fall will go to Lawton to ; teach manual arts, bookkeeping, arid science. Anna Nelson, who taught at Big Piney, Wyo., last year, got-— home Friday'for the summer with- her mother, • Mrs. Alma Nelson. .She is principal of the high school at Big Piney, and she teaches Latin 'and social science. She will go -back in the fall Mrs. Edythe Dalley and her son •Bill spent the week-end with- the 0, P, Doyle, Minneapolis, > " two weeks here' wltti'lCr* "ion and with friends'at .Her son i-Pan and, his ght her here Saturday, go- I* Monday. , ,. «, daughter of . Barber and I J. Stehle, has. been helping " work at District:. Court Orton's office white ming. Mr, O «t his own pocket,' Elizabeth Amesbury, , her daughter Clarice spent *;«n« at Wesley -and 'AJgona .former's mother, Jennie E. Dye, of Minneapolis, Beulah Hartshorn, employed at Mrs. Dailey's""'b'ea"uty' 'shop, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. shorn, Swea City. Mrs. O, Lorenz accompanied the Myron..HiUs-, Fort Dodge, hqme on Memorial day* and will, visit t the •Hills a few ,weeks before going' on to Council Bluffs'for a stay of'indef- inite length withilanother daughter, She had been with the John . M, Coons for several weeks. •Mrs. Maurice Cullen, Oelwein, and her two children spent the wjeek-, end with the Anton Streits.^Shtf went to Whittemore Monday "' fo'r several days with the John S. Culr lens, Mr, Cullen had brought the family to Whittemore Friday, returning to Oelwein next day. R. L, Burdlne, managing editor of the Whittemore Champion, was and in the employ .' Albert Jn . f,. 0 m the unlyers- for the wminatlon n"e«t Mrs. G. W. Pangburn,. of Long Beach,-Calif., who, as reported-elsewhere,'was here early in the week, said that her husband still owns two farms in the North End. The Pang- aurns moved from Algona to the C6asE ; ''15; years ago, more or less. Both, of the'- daughters, are married and live in' southern California. •Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Hutchcroft, Mediapolis, her son, Teddle Jr., and Mrs. Hutchcroft's sister and mother Mrs. Charles Stebbins, of Bonaparte, arid Mrs. Frank Koepke, of Des Moines, spent'Memorial day here. Mrs. Hutchcroft and Mrs. Stebbins are daughters of the late Frank Koepke, and the husbands of both are' farmers. An lowa-S. D, ministerial school of-training Is to be conducted at In- dlanola, seat. of Simpson college, a Methodist institution, June 6-17. Dtet. Suptj Lease and Pastor C. V. Hulse plan; to attend part time. The Rev. W. J. Todd, Ottumwa, former Methodist- pastor here, is scheduled for an' evening banquet speech on Methodist day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winslow and their baby left Annapolis, Md., yesterday, and .are expected here this week-end for the summer. They will live'\with-'Harry's father, Lee Winslow, Harry is an instructor in the navi}} academy, and Mrs, Winslow, forme daug Pearl Shirley, is the of County Supt. and Mrs, Wllliaiti Shirley, Mrs','David-Miller, Lewlaton, Ida., spent'Memorial day- here, the guest of^Mrs. D. P. Smith. She is a former resident of Britt, and her. husband, David Miller, a former Algon- lan, now deceased, was for many years a banker there, Mrs, Miller makes her home with her daughter Edpa, who conducts a private kindergarten at Lewiston, Fred Voorheee, Sioux City, , is erecting a garage on a lot he owns just across the street 'east of the building. He expects to build a house later, Mr. Voorhees, who moved, to Sioux-City 12 years ago, is in the sheet metal business there. Advance caller last week Wednes tiay. , He is. getting out a good papej for Mrs. Alice Calry, the pubVaJier and Tver since he took charge of. the When he lived here he traveled for ****" * r . *,«*! Al T-.**»*««•« *I s\nn 1 Un «**fAat AM Si/ivn. Champion shop a few weeks ago has been rushed with job printing. D. Wane Collins, who has taught music, band, and orchestra in,,{he local public schools this year, will remain for the summer and continue teaching the high school band., which he ,h,opes to keep in practice. He'te also giving private lessons on band Instruments and the piano. . Mrs,' C, B- Moore Smith, of,Des i, and' her daughter are spending the week the International Harvester company and the Maytag company. Guy L. Taylor,, Sioux City, who was here Monday, reported his brother Floyd, Birmingham, Ala. in a hospital, recovering from an pperatton for goiter. Flpyd, who has a wife but no children, has for Vlong time had diabetes, (He la a mechanical engineer In the employ ofi-«. cprppratlon, and haa for many . J, 'Holtzbauers. Mr," Smith brought t&em'to Algona Sunday, and WW return for them next Suner -of S3. Mrs"imlth is a daughter-of. the tote Mr. ftPd Mrs. Charles Barry, J "Mr? W Mre. Clyde Hoorneman ' * tetter's mother, Mr* C.-F. *•».» — . 1^ to pe*? 0 * 1 the I. S. The ai Ketchlkan, A^ska, last year, will reach Seattle next week Tuesday a,nd will spend the summer at Pe£ lingham. Wash,, attending summer schpol," She will return to Ketch^ kan in the tall. £he is the daughter ['**?¥*« ^*r""^ f: ^«S TISiftJi MBS.*; Gf^pf« f 8- t*** 8 * ;?5!r''^nS25?«istei'a. e*fe&i llved ln Norton, who of Mr.-and Mrs. B. E. Norton, and she has a married sister at Ketchl- tan with whom .. she makes her home. Mrs. Gladys South to'ok her son Frank to. Norfolk, Nebj, Saturday, ind he- will spend the summer with his grandparents there. Mrs'. • J: S. AUner accompanied them as far as "Wayne, 'Neb., where she -visited an uncle and aunt. Mrs. South is ready-to-wear saleswoman at Chris- chilles •.& Herbst's, and Mrs. . Loren Minkler substituted while Mrs. South was away. Mary..Joyce,.daughter of Dr. and and Mrs. E. C. Hartman, Janes- vllle, Wis., was initiated into the National Honor Society of Secondary schools recently.- .She- is a junior in high school. Only five per cent of her class of 200 were elected to the society. Joyce's'; ; brother Dick, who Is finishing, his sophomore year at the university of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis., will spend the summer at Yellowstone park. Mr. and Mrs. iHenry Wegene,', Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Willrett, Mrs. F. J. Willrett, Frank Schallin, Mr, and •Mrs. Edw. Will, Fred Lavrenz, Mr. and Mrs, Henry, Lavrenz, the Carl Krugs, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Boettcher, Edw. Hackbarth, -the Rev. and Mrs.: P. J. Braner, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett, the Henry Scheppmans, and t«na Zimmermann attended a mission festival at the -Hurt Lutheran church Sunday. iFishermen after night-crawlers in many parts of Algona are forgetting the ordinary courtesy of keeping out of flower beds and plants and of going about their business quietly after people^ in the neighborhood have retired, Night-crawlers are only found' in certain lawns, and sportsmen of the rod and reel who have been after'them in large numbers have been doing considerable damage, The band concert last Thursday evening lasted only a, few minutes, the light fixtures being o,ut of repair, though tltey had" been working the Saturday before, The evening was cold, windy, and ' disagreeable anyhow, following a net^vy ntfn in the afternoon, ao after two selections the band called it a night, to the disappointment of many young- stere, who" indulged' in good-natured booing,' C, C. Clifton, Pes Moines Register political writer who is touring the state and.revtew4ng the Ipwa. political situation bV congressional djs- trjcts for Hte paper, spent Tuesday night in ,Algon#. and, interviewed a few local men,- He seemed to think Senator in. spent the week-end with Hilma Ostrum'. ^She was en route home from Sioux City,- where she had been since the Minnesota automobile accident in which her husband was killed a few months ago. 'Her son Daniel, .instructor In the Minnesota ' state university, and; iLaura May Miller, also of the university, were with her'here. Daniel has" received A. B. and A. M. degrfees, and is now devoting spare time to studies for a Ph. D. degree. Editor R. R. Roberts, of the Britt News-Tribune, spent a few hours here last Thursday. He is a member of the Rev. B. M. Southgate's church, and says the Southgates are popular at Britt. -The News-Tribune has been handicapped during the last week or two by the absence of R. R.'s elder brother "Lou," who is „ at Rochester, taking treatment for a sort of nervous breakdown. "Lou", who is a confirmed bachelor, "is the News-Tribune's llnotyp- 1st, pressman, printer, and all-around trouble-shooter. Kate Skinner, superintendent of schools at Lu Verne, will' take Ar- mlntha Johnson, Byron Jones, and Richard Nlver, Lu Verne, to Iowa City Saturday, and early next week they will write in the annual state academic test, Armintha will-write 9th English and 9th algebra; Byron, 9th algebra; and Richard, 10th Latin and world .history. Mr. and Mrs. F, A, Nlver, Lu Verne, will drive tp Iowa City next week to bring the three children home, and Kate will remain there for summer school at the state university. L. J. Crammond drove down from Sioux Falls lajjt Thursday, and tentatively planned to leave his car here 'while' tie took* advantage 'of a Milwaukee excursion to Chicago for a short visit with his daughter, Mrs. fith has been engaged in directing home talent stage . productions over a territory consisting O f states. L. Caswell, Des Moines, managing director of the state .press association, spent last Thursday night here. He is also -manager of Iowa Newspapers, Inc., of which the Advance is the only eligible ICossutl member. This organization is main tamed for the purpose of contacting with national advertisers, and it is the only one of its kind in Iowa, i There are upwards of 90 selected county seat weeklies in the membership. Mr. Caswell, who is a democrat and a former state senator, formerly published the Denison Bulletin but has for the last dozen or 15 years been managing the press association. This -has made him the best known newspaper man in the state. He has two sons in the newspaper business, one at Cherokee, the other at Clarinda. citv 1 \h nd , ^ rs ; Guy Taylor ' Sionx t,ny the latter's mother, Mrs. Daniel Rice, who lives with the Tav- lors T. C. Rice, Redwood City, Calif son of Mrs. R lce , and Mrs <-*. W. Pangburn, Long Beach, Calif Mrs. Rice's daughter, were here for Memorial day. Though now 86 and frail, Mrs. Rice is in good health. She and her late husband -were old- timers here. The Pangburns,. who used to live here, owned what is now the Overmyer home. Mrs. Pang- Sunday and Monday, June 5-6. MARIAN MARSH DAVID MANNERS WARREN WILLIAMS in "Beauty and The Boss" The intimate affairs of a private secretary.- She kept her mind on Her work and lost "her heart .to her boss! CLea'rn a love secret from radiant, alluring Marian Marsh. . -Matinees Sunday 1 p. m. to 5 p. m., prices -10-30c. After 5 p. m., 10-40c entire house. Thursday and Friday, June 9 alift $£ "Night'Court" —with— PHILLIPS HOLMES WALTER HUSTON ANITA PAGE JEAN HERSHOLT Is justice really tolind? Can an innocent person be sent to .jail? Are there two kinds of law—one for the poor, another for the Influential See this gripping drama, or corruption and jurisprudence. Matinee Thursday, 2:30 p. m. — Prices, 10-2 5c. . . burn is a sister-in-law of.Dr. J W Kime, Fort Dodge, .who is running for the republican nomination for governor. T. C. Rice,'who went to California In the late 80's and is now serving his 14th year as qounty recorder, has been back only once te- fore, and that was 21 vears ago. Redwood City is a town of 10,000' inhabitants near San Francisco. Price Announcement To accommodate those who have not yet been able to purchase chicks we are putting our chick price for June and July down to 4 l-2c per chick and custom hatching down to Ic per egg. Orders must be placed at once to receive this benefit. Wellendorf Leghorn ALGONA, IOWA that the prospect tor prookhart's nomination Monday's primary election doubtful, Mr, Clifton t has with the Register ten years/ and be- been fore that was ' the -Homestead. ' Forrest Bice, Stanley, 'N,. p., GASH SPECIALS Friday and Saturday Groceries At New and Low Prices at Bloom's Store Butter „„-,.-.,, T -»-^I»c MUk, t*ll cans, 4 for .-,-**) pork •«« B*»B», Mto «»» ita Bacon t , rT ,'—,— r , JJe Clieew ------ , ------ T Uo P. * G. Soap, 19 b>r« _,Pout TOAttle*, large -,- lb, Sugar 1OO Ibs. T Cracker*, f |b, b Malt Syrup r , T - J,,, r jfts t U» P«*l»wry, 8 Algona Bread t loaves XSc | Ibs, ..l,,..,,^., COMING .~i?SiThe World's Greatest Tent [Theater Hazel M. Cass and Neale Hetvey PLAYERS Combined Shows Two big shows in one Algona, Iowa One Week Starting /%j.L Monday, JUNE Otll Positively best plays, vaudeville, and stage presentations every assembled under canvas. • ' . Feature Vaudeville Act] The great LEONARD and company. Magician and illusionist. , The Birth of a Nation The Chinest Torture Blocks. The magic cabinet effects in hypnosis A man walk away from hi? shadow, and many, many others. Change of Flay, Vaudeville and Musical Presentation every night. '"' ' OPENING PLAY 'Girl of My Dreams' A comedy drama -with a thousand laughs ,. , ,': Musical Presentation "Snow Birds" - Special Scenery and Lighting Effects „ " \, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-^^^^^^^^^^^^ WP^^—^»^^^^^^^—^^^^^^^^^^^^j Our New Low Prices ^^^^H ^^^^r t ^^^^" ^(Pl^^^^^ Blindfold Auto

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