Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1932
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8 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, FREE! pi^p """•*" i^VV.youi" developing' and '" will' guarantee satis- only , charge, ,j?ou for The Kossiith hospital has Installed a Victor x-ray machine. Mr, and Mrs, Earl Moore became parents of a girl at the Kossuth hospital Friday. •Mrs. Barbara ort'a' nice easel be' furnished for orih '.ofwork, •mm. oaroara 'Lothrlnger, Lu Verne, was a week-end guearat the Rev, P. Braner's, Glenn Raney attended an Episcopal convention for men at Clear Lake last week Tuesday. E. J. Murtagh Is still doing well at the university hospital. His wife has been with him since Friday. Teacher Schmiel, Lotts'Creek, and his family were Sunday supper .guests ,of the August Huenholds. •Lola Dreesman underwent a tumor operation at Rochester a week ago, and is reported recovering rapidly, , Mrs. Barbara Lothrlnger, Lu Verne, was a guest at the Rev. P. ,1. Braner's from Saturday till Monday. Mrs. Ray .Oliver returned from Mason City Sunday, after' visiting since last week Tuesday with her mother. Kohlhaas Bros, received four new Chevrolets Thursday. They hauled from Janesville, "VVls., on a long truck.' Vera Templeman, Mltchellville, employed at Des Molnes,. spent the week-end with Pearl Walker, neai Hobarton. Glen Raney, assistant postmaster returned to his duties Monday after irease Job with every iange of Oil j lAYlKOY Service Garage (ofCourthouse Phone391 rocenes SPECIALS FOR W AND SATURDAY IB Gelatine, 5 pkgs/ 25c oni, Spaghetti, | Noodles, 5 pkgs. _ a ten day -vacation, most o£ which he spent at home. Erwln 'Braner, Concordia college River Forest, 111., arrived Sunday to spend the sumor with his parents the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, • The Union M. & D. club announces an Ice cream social tonight at 7:3' at the H. E. Ward home north o town. There will be a program. L. J. Nelson, of the Nelson hard ware, is about again with the aid o crutches. He had for some week been confined to his home with, broken ankle. ' ' • Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Laird, De Moines, and their daughter Llnd came Monday for a week with th former's mother, Mrs. Ella Lain Doctor Laird is still Legion state ail jutant. F. A. Corey returned Tuesda from 'Evansville, 111., where lie ha Spent a few days with his sister, Mi- Ella Yorker, whom he brought her Mrs. Yorker lived many years a Wesley. 'John Brown, son of A. J. Brown s.outh of Algona, is building a small' store on a lot south of Senator L. J. Dickinson's where 'he will sell milk from his father's farm and carry a grocery stock. The Episcopal Sunday school picnicked at the Ambrose A. Call state park last Thursday, and more than fifty persons attended. Glen Raney was in charge of games and races for the children. Lewis Ferguson came home Friday -from. Ames, where-Ue will be a junior in forestry next year. He spent last summer in a western forest as assistant fire observer-, but will be at a 9-lb. girl Friday morning,' Mr. Egland Is a barber at the Shllts^hop. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and •their son Harry took Mrs.'McCprkle's sister, Mrs. Victor Young, Rockwell City, and her two children to Ventura last Thursday to visit another sister of Mrs. Young till Sunday. The Youngs had spent a week here. Mrs. W. Sinclair, Austin, Minn., 'her children, Suzanne and Sob, and her niece, Dorothy Evans, Champaign, 111., spent the week-end with he B. F. Sorensens. Mrs. Sinclair s a sister-in-law of Mrs. Sorensen, ftrt Dorothy is Mrs. Sorensen's niece, Mr. and Mrs.- H. p. Clapsaddle, leir son Donald, Dean Clapsaddle, Burt, and H. D.'s father, D. D. Clap- addle, returned Sunday, after a week i northern Minnesota. D..D. visited cousin at Eagle Bend, Minn., and he rest of the party fished at lake Vlnneblgoshish. • The Congregational missionary so- lety's annual covered-dish supper vill be served on the lawn at the Mrsonage this afternoon at 5:30 In^ •stead of tomorrow. Each family Is o take sandwiches, dishes, and'one covered dish. All friends 'of tWe church are invited. Mrs. R. M. Fritz, Harvard, 111., left 'or home Sunday, after two weeks vith her sister, Mrs. W. E. Kain. Mrs. Fritz' brought home Mrs. Kain's youngest son Jack, who had spent a. year with another sister of his mother who lives at Valparaiso, Ind. Mr. ters, will hold a Joint meeting at the be moved was stolen*. A Mason 'City linotyplst \a substituting in the Advance shop for R, H. Guderian. The D. P. Smiths left yesterday noon for a month's tour to the Black Hills, Yellowstone park, and other western ponlta. At Spokane they will visit two brothers of Mr. Smith, Sidney and Homer. Mr. Smith has not seen Sidney in 27 years and Ho* mer in 23 years. Both operfate fruit ranches. The Smiths will also visit Mr, Smith's uncle, James Paine, Spokane, and will return via Fallen, •Nev., where they will visit with 'relatives of Mrs. Smith. .Mr. Smith Is a postofflce employe. "Jack" Peterson, whom only old- timers here Will; 'remember, spent Friday in Algona, ' He was 'looking after a business matter 1 in ih'i^ sec' tion, took. the day 'off to revisit ' '' Fritz came for Mrs. Fritz Sunday. Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Austin, Minn., and her two sons came Tuesday, to visit the former's mother, Mrs. S. B. French. Mrs. French and another daug-hter, Mrs. Kermit Setchell, met them at Mason City. Mrs. Mathes was Netha French,'and Lyle is the son of Mr. and Mrs.'H. N. Mathes. teacher P. L; .lessen, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Lenz, Buffalo Center, their son, and a daughter, Morris Kalffman, Estherville, the Rev. Ernst Fiene, Lotts Creek, his family, and the/Rev. W. H. Becker, Fort Dodge, were Sunday, supper guests of the Rev. and Mrs. 'P. J, Braner. • In the Fort Dodge Messenger and the Mason City Globe-Gazette last the bid home town,, ,H,e is still ,'hall department manager" for the' .Great American fire insurance company at Chicago. He arid his wife are now alone, their only daughter, college educated, having married a Marshall Field store department manager. It is now nearly 30 years since the Petersons left Algona, Mr. and Mrs.' C. A. Samson and the former's mother, Mrs. Jerry Helgens, returned Tuesday from Hooper, Neb., where they had spent several days with the Chas. L. Sampsons and tha J. C. Nelsons. The Claude Samsons and the Chas. L. Samsons celebrate their wedding anniversar-. es June 9"and 13, jointly, and this year the events were celebrated at a dinner-Sunday. The-Claud Samsons 'had been marrid 23 years; the Chas. L. Sampsons, 27 years. . A Heart tag day was held here Saturday by , the Volunteers of America under direction of Mrs. D. P. Smith. The total amount collect- St. Benedict) Girl Wed— Erma Wllrna Arndorfert St. Benedict, and Walter John Llchter were married Tuesday morning at 8:30 at the St. Benedict Catholic church. The Rev. Father LoeffelhoUs performed the ceremony and read the nuptial mass. The bride was attended by her sister . fcorralne and Magnus Llchtet served his brother as best man. The torlde's dre'ss was of flesh colored tulle and the 'bridesmaid n<re yellow organdy, After the mass a wadding breakfast was served to 50 relatives at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. John Acndorfer. The couple then left for northern Minnesota for a two weeks wedding tour, following which they will be at home here. The bride Is a registered-nurse, and for the last year or so has practiced here. The bridegroom, who is the snn of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Lichter, Is employed at the Clapsaddle service station. (JOIIi Hlrtlirtiiy Honored- Mrs. F. M. Chrlstensen of Ring;- sted, was hostess at a surprise dinner party Sunday in honor of her father, Albert L. Anderson, who was celebrating his 60th birthday. The home was beautifully decorated. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Thorson, Lake Park; Mr. and Mrs. John Morris, Wallingford; Mr. nd Mrs. J. D. Andrews, Wesley; H. 3. Newby, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Leand Anderson, Davenport; Madelia Anderson, Ames; and.Mr. and Mrs. ed was about $100, and Eleanor,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. ,L. Thorpe, who collected , the larges.t sum, $7, received a first prize of $2.. Barbara, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard, was. second, with $5, and she received $1.50, and Maxlne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson was third and won '$1. Other children who collected more than ?3 received free passes to the Call. week appeared one of Mrs. Dickinson's readable "Dear L. j. Jane" letters about official life at Washington, D. C. This one told of .a recent week-end visit of the Dickinsons at the Hoover camp on the Rapldan. ,25c bottle Catsup, ____ v-10c , 4 I" orgie Porgie, per pkg._19c i Malt Syrup, per can 35c i Apple Cider, quart fbottle . ___ l_.J___.:.-_: andotte Cleanser, Ig. r kg. " -------- i.. j.1 ____ 19c | sial prices on No. 10 Fruit Fruits and Vegetables of all kinds ring Chicken, and -Fresh Meats,': iUORENSEN & CO. Hone 138-139 *We Deliver home this summer. Mrs. Dg AVhlte, Plum Creek township, entertained the Idle Hour bridge club last week Wednesday at .lunch- ean and bridge. The high scores were won by Mrs. M. J. McCall and Mrsi-.S. B. French. , Father Francis J. Illg, now assistant' priest at Granvllle, came 'home •Sunday for two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George. Illg,. of. EDUCED _ ',-- \ T - r >, v , PRICES Algona. iFather Illg was ^ordained here early in April, ". Eldon, littie son of Sheviff -.and Mrs. L. E. Hovey, had his tonsils'apd adenoids removed at the General hospital last Thursday, and Ad$h Flene, Lotts Creek, underwent a similar operation Tuesday. The George 'Frees, Iowa City ( arrived Saturday to spend the summer with Mrs, George H. Free and Mrs. Laura Paine. George has been graduated from the pharmacy department of the, state university. Bernadine Barnes returned last week Wednesday from Davenport, where she had spent a week. She is a graduate Tiurse and is at present 'living with her sister, Mrs, George Elbert. Her parents live at Rolfe. Jos. Misbach spent Sunday and Monday at Ames with his daughter Kathryn, who was graduated from the home economics school of the state college Monday morning- Kathryn came home with her'father, Frank Lathrop accompanied * Mr. Ward on a trip to Los'Angeles, Calif., Saturday, Mr. Ward had visited the Lathrops and relatives at Humboldt, and Frank Is having a vacation from his work with A. B. M. H. Clark, formerly part owner of the Model clothing store here, stopped in Algona yesterday for a brief visit. He Is now "located at Hampton and conducts special sales for stores in Iowa f towns. He was manager of Wm. C. Steele's store at Spencer up to the time of the big Spencer fire. '• • . ' "Dick," son of Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Hartman, former Algonians pow at Janesville, WIs., stopped here Saturday, en route to Yellowstone park, where he will work. , this summer,.for •the. Hayes photo studios. He was 1 a freshman at the University of Wisconsin last year and won numerals in athletics, : Mary Janice Rice v arrives tomorrow for ten days, following which she will go to 'Frankfort, .Mich., to serve 'as counselor at a girls'" camp. This Is Mary's fourth year at the same camp. She has just finished her first year at Wellesley college, Wellesley, Mass. She will return to .Wellesley in September. County treasurer and Mrs. H. N. Kruse got home Monday from O'Neill, Neb., where they had gone Friday to visit their son Hubert, a maintenance superintendent for the Interstate Power company there. Mrs. Hubert Kruse and her daughter Patricia came with them to spend Ms. C. T. r Chubb went to Cedar Rapids Monday, and thence is driving east with Mr. and Mrs. S. N Harris, formerly of Burt and Fenton. The Harrises will visit a daughter at Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Chubb will visit her daughter Ernestine; at Fredericks, Aid. 'Mrs. Chubb will be gone a month, and during her absence Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmer are with Mr. Chubb. Mr. Harris has for many years been connected with th< accounting department of Goe Col lege, and his wife is a daughter o: the late Mr. and; Mrs. Frank' Paine of Burt. John Simon Jr. and Arlene Stew art, Cresco township, drove to Ames •Sunday to bring home the latter' grandparents, Mr.' and Mrs. M. E Worster, Algona, who were return ing from Beverly Hills 'and \othe points in California, where they hai spent five weeks with Mrs, Worster' son, A. E, Fox.. Mr. Worster wa sick two, days with a heart attack. The Worsters called on the E. V. Fullers at San Diego and on other Algonians. They -came/home enthusiastic .over the beauty and wonders of California, but they ^report the Ambrose A. Call state park at 2! 30 next Wednesday. A registration fee of lOc each will be'charged to defray expenses. Each club le to furnish one or two numbers on a program. Approaching Marriage Announced— The marriage of Lillian Louise, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Robert Dreyef, and William, son-of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, all of Lotts Creek, will take place next Sunday at 2 o'clock at the local Trinity Lutheran church, the Rev. P. J. Braner officiating. Other Society. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained her bridge club Monday, and Mrs. J. S, Auner won the high score. Airs. Lewis Kresensky, Alankato, and Mrs'. D. T. Nugent were, club guests. The St. Thomas Episcopal Guild held their annual strawberry festival Tuesday night at the Gilbert farm in Plum Creek township, and there was a large patronage. The St. Thomas Guild will meet with Airs. 'Louis Denninghoff, wife of the rector, at 2:30 p. m. at her home at Emmetsburg next week Thursday. The Alethodist,Bible Searchers will meet next Tuesday at the church; hostesses: Mesdames J. F. Cook, A. L. Webster, Kate Doege, and Alary Beard. ^ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar entertained ten at dinner and bridge Tuesday night. Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Laird, Des Moines, won the high scores. The Presbyterian W. M.vS. meets this afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Leota. Geige). Tp Operation Lu Verne, June 14— Mrs. Carl Pergande underwent an emergency appendicitis operation at the Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, at 2 o'clock Monday morning. Attend Convention. T. P. Harrington and his son Robert are spending the week at Chicago, attending the national (republican convention. Merklln's Melody Masters That Band DeLuxe * With plenty of Singing Novelties r at the I. 0.0. F. HAIL Algona > t Friday, Jane 17 , 'X l>'« Croft, 'Ringsted. Fifty other friends rrlved at 2:30 to complete the surprise. A program of music, Ringsted male quartet; .clarinet solo, Mr. Croft; duets, Perfect Day and Daddy; Dear Old Daddy, Madelia Anderson, Forrest Christenson. 'Representative E. O. Helgason, Armstrong, closed with remarks on his boyhood days with Mr. Anderson. A purse was presented to'the honoree. Clubhouse Bridge Party Tuesday— Mrs. K; D. James-and Mrs. C. A. Momyer were hostesses at' the second afternoon Country club party Tuesday afternoon. Bridge was played at ten tables, Mrs. H; L. Gilmore and Mrs. P. V. Janse winning the high scores. ' The next evening party will be given next Tuesday night, and dinner will be followed .by bridge and dancing. The committee follows: Messrs, and Mesdames H. M. Smith, W. W. Sullivan, J. M. Herbst, H. J. Lacy, and R. S.' Blossom, and A. L. Can Ilrookhart Elect, JIurphy] Mason .City G.-G.—While there is much that argues against Murphy's chances for success agaiiist Field in a straightaway, it is patently probable that an independent 'Brookhart candidacy would divide the . Field strength sufficiently to bring democratic success. Kossuth had plenty of company in the vote.for iField for senator last week-Monflay; Seventy-three out of 99 counties supported' him. Gay Summer DRESSES f il*, >W. *-t J«t ff- r!| A Brand New Purchase Cunningham, Marie Wehler, Grace and Vera Kouba. and IN MANY PAPERS HEREABOUTS it costs as high as 20c to reach each subscriber with advertislnt because of limited circulation. Th* Advance circulation, on the contrary, te' such that the cost Is only about one cent per family. 25U times there much the same They traveled 8000 miles. here. Fall Fractures Hip ' Lu Verne, June 14-^Mrs. Wm.' Hedrick, Sr., wife of a farmer seven miles north of Lu Verne, suffered a fractured' hip Friday morning in '•. a fall down stairs while she was caring for a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Schneider, and the latter's baby, who had just come from the hospital, Mrs. Hedrick is now a patient at the 'Algona hospital. your orjlerswHl u» at for Minn«£Qte Standard Twine, f'',V'V"> ,„_. Qreenberg has a sister In Chicago who lost her husband, ft printers' engraver, two weeks "ago today, and Mr. Greenberg attended the funeral last week Monday.-The Widow was left wl* three- young children. . ' - ,.* \'\ ' pr. Walter Fraser removed a can* cer from the forehead of Ernest Gilbert, northeast of Algona,- Mat Week Wednesday. A. Mr. Harmon, who works on the Gilbert farm, had a sarcoma removed from his fijjger the ganiQ day* '~ ' Mr, and Mrs. Barrel! Eg>nd j " 9-lb. girl, bom Frjday where Mrs. her" parents. • Mr. ^f in the ShlJts -f the postofflce. This Is the sec- r 'B, i h part of the summer here. ;• Algonians who attended the silyer wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Sheridan, at Bancroft, Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon, daughters .Ruth and Marlon and son Maurice, Dorothy Siangan, ^r. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver, L. B. Llnnan, and C. B. Burtagh. The evening was spent at dancing and cards. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison got home Tuesday evening from Cedar Kapids and Iowa City, where they had gone last week Wednesday to return their granddaughter Sue to her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Theodore Hutchison. The Hutchisons'went on to Chicago Friday to visit their daughter Isabel, returning to Cedar Rapids Monday. •Dr. Robt. G, Moore, Dunlap, democratic candidate for Harrison'county representative, defeated two other candidates more than two/to one, and was nominated. His tworhome precincts went for him 334-19, The democrats are fairly strong in Harrison, but Doctor Moore ..will have to {ace a strong vote for his republican competitor at Missouri Vajley, a large town. t *, Mrs. A*. T. ButJedge, Bo?eman, Mont., and Mrs, C. B, S«l}ivan, Chicago, arrived Saturday tp'spend,,ft week with, the A, L. Petersons. -The visitors and Mrs, Peterson .were 'reared together In. Wvermpre,- a^»«! Mrs. Rutledge was bjtdesjnaid »t the Peterson wedding. The- Peter-' sons, their guests, and. Mrs. C. O. Potter Reunion Sunday. The annual; Potter family reunion will be held at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday, Nearly 100 relatives are expected to attend, Woden Bank Fails . The -Woden State bank failed a week, ago Saturday, O. E. Swingen was cashier. Another' Wode^ bank failed some months ago, Twins Have Birthday Party- Mr, and Mrs. Jewell M. 'Patterson entertained 20 guests at a surprise 19th .birthday party last Thursday in honoi- of their twin daughters, Ivy and Ilda. The guests came in a group from C.",tR. Schoby's. The evening was spent at anagrams, and refreshments for which tapering yellow candles furnished the only light were served at card tables with coverlets of yellow,-green and white. There ;were two birthday cakes; each with 19 yellpw candles in green holders. The honor guests, received numerous gifts.-. Frances Dulilgg Is Honored- Mrs. Charles Duhigg, Jr., Emmetsburg, entertained in v honor of her sister-in-law,' Frances Duhigg, Monday when the approaching marriage of;.Miss Duhigg, Algona teacher, to E. C. McMahon, local lawyer, was announced. The announcements were printedv on paper in the form of a scroll attached to daisies, one for each guest. The date for the wedding is June 30. The entertainment consisted of bridge at seven/ tables. The honor guest received a' pewter sugar and'creamer, Mrs. W. W; Sullivan was a. guest :from Algona, MIMEOGRAPHING — From noth ing three or four years back w« have built up * good 'ctdelin* tc mimeographing. In fact the print ers In the back shop are a littlt Jealous, .because we do such work and quicker than they can print th» lame job. The printer* hav« an automatic press, but our mimno- graphlng machine runs circlet around It for speed. See our office girl for mimeographed circular let. ters and post or postal cards of all kinds..—Advance. New SHEERS!* New WASH CREPES! Magnificent color harmonies In stunning sports fashions! New PRINTS! Gorgeous floral and figured patterns- all so exquisite! New HIGH SHADES! J Brilliant Mendings . . solid color models . . Snmery whites! New JACKETS! Contrasting jackets with -washable dreagei .. for vacation! H H H Hi Department Stores} Joint Club Meeting Planned— The four local rural woman's clubs, the Union 1 Mothers & Daughters, the Plum Creek 'Social & Literary, the Cresco Mothers & .Daughters, and the Four Corners.Mothers & Daugh- , , . Simpson, also reared at Sunday at the old home. . Six local Masons amended Jhe elebration,* of the Ma* sonic Jpdge at Livermore.lasf, week, - ' Wednesday. The -lodge was' founded Baptist paster at Bancroft/ the * * speaker,'Joined the ' years a£9 were P^ients at the : Mrs. Minnie Gal- edical treatment: Boyd rthur, w8k r *fe,-*I «t liMi->- d^JfflT , ^toar^Aj KEEP UP JTOUR CAR ! Lubrication Special Complete Alemiteing (Jfat just ftn.oycUnary greasing) Change Oil, 6 quarts "MAC" CALL 856 ««VIC" TIRE SERVICE CO. CHAMPUN 01 STATION Under New Management A New Deal We are in a new world. We have been inflated, deflated, organized and disorganized until finally we have landed'at the bottom. The thing to do now is find out where we are at and adjust ourselves to the new conditions. Young and old will have .to begin all over again. Business of all kinds will be on a different basis. We have had our spree. We have spent our j money. , • i * % •, Depression Cannot Last Forever Now. let us start over in a sane manner and once more climb,up the ladder of j prosperity, Times will get better. They always have, and will again if we have J , confidence in ourselves and our neighbors. Neville's Shoe Store is going to close J out our entire stock and begin August 1 with a new stock and a new plan of sell- f ing shoes and slippers. One of the best factories in the United States has made" me a wonderful proposition to handle their shoes exclusively. , >V;;i The discounts they offer for volume buying will enable me to retail shoes for 'j just about what the average merchant has to pay for them. I agree to buy $125,000.00 worth of shoes from them the first year/ I a,lsqj agree,to close out my present stock. Every pair of shoes now on band and \ all I the furnishings must,be,sold by August 1st. After August 1st we"will be an elusive shoe store. .We are. doing the same thing at Humboldt and will 'start other Place this Fall. , w l We are going into this shoe game with a vengeance. All goods now on h! must be closed out, so here goes for the biggest bargain event ever Polled qff This Great Price Slashing Sale | W w j(wMWW li^F.^^^Jpflfc ^f ^W 4Mp ^^^M'^WI fl2v y ^PP ^WPilHlTilP * all jp sold. It wjjj be a^baj-gajn fe We figurf 9» ^eUI»g*half of the stock by July to&'tw/H W that Will sure dp it,. First <?on^e, first nerVed* it will be; your hayfl J to get in pn this sale. Thte is differ^Wpow the>vei;aje §t}e, ' prices that will compel yoia ta b,uy^ 1 411 ^94 s>ndaj4" shoes. for m\% purposes ' Cbildreu's Af~ "MS* PCf f OC W*ifTfVife ^y^ssjfe

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