Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1932
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line* la/ ' .,.„„, aius .'Vteit hte Sunday , she had . 1 former Al- rhome Friday, e A. B. Kresett- s, Jos. Mckin*le and D6M,B«t*r. Were week,O, McCul- ; wrner returned* to' work 'morning «t-the Wm. C. • store after a week's f'zittrltsch, stenographer tor Attorney Snunrway, is , ft week' With', friends at iSfsiM. *>•*• **r } ha ™ T Mo'the Atmer.or former E. " ho"»e. which they recent- i /i ft' Nasby, Omaha,' came Ijay for a. vtolt till tomor- i'her parents,- 'Druggist and K D; James. . . , find Mrs. • R. *H, Miller spent , with the.latter'e parents at ' he< Millers' were -at •oindi -Friday.. • • ' fait MM. GJ'B, Turned and i spent lasti-weelt "Tuesday, ,y, and Thursday .at s Wat- relatives. *• • r'jgttbel 'Meiggs, who has t 'of' ready-to-wear ' at the ji,store, !»'• haying- ;a , two Kacaflon at home. , ' , TRev.' J. I* Coleman-departed 7afternoon to,apend several ,{tendinK an anriual'Blble-con- _iat Cedar Falls.""" ,, • f ana Mrs. E.'C.-Hertlg, Buffer, spent -Saturday here. rmerly raft' the 'Algona hotel _,,, operate their own hotel land Mrs. Joel „, Herbst v spent *-" • with the latter'e brother, ,i Quinn. who -manages a rard at Woodstock, ,Mlnn. i Hartsliorn returned to her [ at the beauty 'shop over p j store Monday, after three [at her home at Swea City. i Howard Curells and Sara Jale, iBoone, came Friday to tin Sunday at Mrs. William tnlk's. The women are alters. j, Margaret Hofmaete.r went to flake, her former home, yes- j on a combined business and [ore trip. She will be gone for lr days; land -Mrs. C. D. Schaap rettirn- Inday from a week atithe Oko- The doctor Is a,local dentist, brs. Schaap is deputy district [clerk. i and Mrs. P. J. Mclntee, of .jo, and their children.stopped [ E, Dewel's for.a short visit rhursday afternoon. They are lends of Mrs. Dewel. |J. Klelnpeter, maiRager of the t Grocery, moved v lnto the Jos. home on north 1 Minnesota j Monday. It was|-vacated by p. E, Dewels Saturday.. le Wehler and, 'Mrs. A. D. i went to Des Moines yester-. ir a few days. Marie is ,vaca- 1 from work at the "Haggard- irihainer insurance offices. lam Quarton, Cedar Rapids, ,idlng the week with his par- IJudge and Mm. W. B. Quarton. m is advertising manager for ,dio station at Cedar Rapids. ,, C, A. Momyer is' expected ! from Chicago^ this week-end. Daughter, Mrs. E. W. Colt, and latter's husband and son .Jack, "lompany her for a few^weeks i Methodist Aid will--' meet at ijwrch this,afternoon at 2:30, fter business and a program 1C. W. Davenport's division will f a IBc luncheon in the 'base- • and Mrs, Campbell Humpn- •Chlcago, went home Sunday, 1 two weeks with the latter's •to, Mr, and Mrs. C, H. Taylor. |Humphrey Is the former Grace • Oberman, Metropolitan Life ice company field representa- ' this territory, is spending a Mks vacation at-Chicago and |York, He rooms conducted at the home Tuesday, S y ' ln a ' Cleaf Ltlke ce m«- Mrft. C, p. Fawcett, Philadelphia, who is Visiting relatives at North fcngllsh, spent last week with her formef Philadelphia neighbors, the Dr. Walter Frasers. ^Walter Fraser took her ' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hintz and Mr, and Mrs, Robert Llesener visited the William Ticdes, Lu Verne, Sunday aaornooh. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Grosenbnch and Mrs. Henry Steussy were at William Vaudt's, Llvermore, In the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, the latter's niece, Martha Dewel, Muskogee, Okla., and Jane Vincent took Mrs. Thorpe's mother, Mrs. . ,1. G- De-wel, to Maxwell Sunday to vls.lt With the George v Coles. Mr Si Cole is a daughter of Mrs. Dewel, ,, , ,,, " Dr. L' G. Baker returned last Thursday from Rochester, where .he had spent three weeks and undergone an operation for hernia. He has lost some weight, but It otherwise now In good-health. His<wife wae at Rochester with him. County Treasurer H. N. kruse went to Iowa Falls Friday to attend the annual Iowa Baptist assembly. Mrs. Kruse wae already there. Mrs. Kruse's mother is meanwhile with relatives at Fairmont. The Kruses are expected home tomorrow. Kathleen Holtabauer, with two women from Estherville, left by car, for P.ort Arthur, Canada, Sunday, to bei gone a week. Kathleen is bookkeeper and cashier at the Christen- Ben store, and during her absence Mrs. Joel Herbst is at the desk. Mrs. W. E. Knin and her sons William and Jack spent the .weekend -tit .Belmond with the A. W. Marline. Mrs, Kain and Mrs. Martin are sisters. Mrs. Kaln and her sons. attended A.: reunion- ( of Kain's family it Webster" day. / jK .:"!' Dr. and Mrj.( F. C. Scanlan latter couple o and Mr. and Mrs,|R?,mes Zigrang, : - the" ' ! ' .'LIvermore, ! got'home Sunday from ten days in northern is -n&Vift{£ & W(&tt*g Vftcatlon and her sister Esther is substituting for her at Graham's. Shirley vihson got home Satur* day, after five weeks with her aunt, Th r S''«nf' Stlllman ' Hammond, Ind. The Stillmans are expected here next month for a visit with the H. M, .Vinsone. Mrs. Stillmari, the former 'Helen' Vlnson, is a sister of H. M. Mr. Stillmnn's parents live at Cowrie, and he Is in the employ of an oil refining company. Mrs. A. c. Ferguson, Keokuk, and her sons Bob, Fred, and John came Friday from the Okobojis for a week with Mrs. S. A. Worster and other local relatives. They had spent a few weeks with Mrs. Ferguson's mother, Mrs. F. S. Norton, who Is summering at the lakes. The Fergusons will return to the Oko- bojis before going home. The Fort Dodge Presbyterlal sponsored a picnic at the new Fort Defiance state park at Esthervllle Friday for Presbyterian missionary societies. Several missionaries spoke on an afternoon program. Attending from Algona were the Rev and Mrs. J. L. Coleman, their daughter, Mabl e Earl, Mrs. L,. E. Fairbanks, and Mary J. Lowrie. Lois Schonck, Chicago, and her mother, Mrs. Sadie Schenck, Minneapolis, came Tuesday to visit the A. B. Schehcke, north of town. Lois, who Is home and household editor of th e Prariie Farmer, Chicago, spent last, week at Minneapolis with her mother and two sisters. She will return to Chicago Saturday via Fort Podge, and will be accompanied by a Miss Brady, whose home is at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Nora Kain, Aurora, Ul., and her daughter Elizabeth brought Christine Wernert home last Thursday from a week's vieit with them. Miss Wernert had gone there with them after the Kalns had spent a few weeks here. Mrs. Kain Elizabeth are now spending a and few ;more weeks with relatives and former neighbors here. Miss Wernert rceumed her duties at the Goeders store Monday. P. J, Greiner, her daughters Norine, Friday two weeks with relatives at Beaver Dam, Wis., and Milwaukee, and Evan Finnell. who had spent several weeks with an uncle at Lake Geneva, came home with them. The .llrma, Norma, and eon Stanley returned APVAMflB. ALQII: MKTHOIMHT, c. V. Hnfce, Faator —The Aid will melt at the church this afternoon, Mrs. C. W. Davenport and her committee In charge. An invitation is extended 'to > all women of the church to attend , . The annual Okobojl bible conference Is In session this.week at the Methodist camp grounds, the Okobojte. Bishops .1. Ralph -Magee, J. R. Chitambar, and Leete are on the program. Dr. Rollin H. Walker, professor of the English Bible at Ohio wesleyan university, appears every day from Monday till Saturday. Special music Is provided each even- Ing by musicians under the direction of Prof. Paul MacColHn, Morningside college school and The local church will Sunday observe Homecoming day Sunday, August 14. Members and friends of the church are asked to correspond with foVmer residents and invite them to attend. BAPTIST, Arthur 8. Hiiescr, Pag. tor—We have had a fine vacation, but we are glad to get back to work. The 11 a. m. sermon next Sunday will be entitled, Showing the Lord's Death. The evening union service will be held at the'-Congregational church at 8 p. m., and this pastor will preach on The Message of the Mountains. Sunday school a t 10 a. m.; B. Y. P. U., 7 p..m. ST. THOMAS, Louis 1)cnnln*h6ff, M. Th., Rector — Eleventh Sunday after Trinity: no services. TRINITY MJTHEUAN, j P. J. Braiier, F/iator—Next Sunday: German service, 9 a. m.; Sunday school and Bible class, 10; English service, 10:30 . . . The Concordia Aid meets today with Mrs. . Robert Dreyer, near Lotts Creek . . .Confirmation Instruction each Wednesday forenoon at 8:30'. XA/ARENE, A. W. and Hazel Irwln, Pastors—Theme next Sunday morning, "Come." Bible .school, 9:45. Services Sunday evening at 8 in charge of missionary society. PRESBYTERIAN, J. X. Colenian, Pastor — Sunday school'begins at • Gladys South,-^T, H.'Chris- F. and D, H. Goeders. went t° W Saturday night '(b buy 'fall I- Mrs. South is In charge pf I-fo-wear at ChrJaqhllles & 9*&t s *4- ^ wd Mrs. L., M.'p'wen, got ^ain Saturday v -fpri" a few /**• Owen sells'v a,'T radiator ' ~~"^his territory,is eastern and and Mrs., p.' J t Braner **? on Brwin,; fibred to ">nt last W eeU 'Tuesday" to The "Uheran parsonage at 'in Shuts went to Pes -Motaes h«.£i enter the> eHUwMKjniW* lirsining camp for hta third YfiMu ls a *>K 9*' Bartter o2 X? 4 **» *W XW* Scanlan children were meanwhile at Rock Valley with the Doctor's parents. • . •' , ' ' • . V Evelyn Hodges.sot home.Saturday from. Oshkosh, Wis.. where she teaches English in high school. For G'remera spent a day at The Dells. 1 9:45 - Morning worship follows. The Irma resumed her duties Monday at i ^ ev - A - E: Kiser, D. D.,'of Council the Goeders store, where she is;the'""'"*"" bookkeeper and cashier. Adding to the news in last week's Bluffs, will preach. ™™™ n v , " ' summer school. She will return to | Mmer , .pi kev iiie, Ky.,. the Whitte- Evelyn Is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hodges. H. . .... P J re State buildirig ; The view, here Advance of the marriage July 9 of is magnificent, Mr.'.Norton said. In Stella.^ daughter of the' 'Rev. and; New England they visited the town Where the Norton family settled long before the Revolutionary war. Then they came home via Niagara Frills. The two most interesting features of the trip were the visit to the Em- and Mw.,ft',f», &«tfc!! •with her mother, Mrs. E. ( C, Dickinson, 'entertained "six friend}) iaet week Wednesday night. The guests The Congregational ble class will hold & picnic a(. ttttj^ were: Mrs Edw. Wolcott, Mrs. L. C. Ambrose A. Call state bark friends are Invited. E. C. Hancher, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daughan, and Beth Backus,. S. S. Class Has Picnic— The Methodist young married people's Sunday school class picnicked at the Ambrose A. Call state park Algonn Youth I* Wed to GmcHlnger Girl— •Melvln Roupe, R. G. Richardson furniture Was married last week'Tuesday, "the following account of the event has been taken from the Whittemore Champion: "Margaret Anderson, Graettinger, was married at high noon at the Methodist church, Graettinger, by the Rev. Fremont Faul, to Melvin Roupe, Algona, Tuesday, July 26. "Grace Anderson, Clear Lake, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid; Harold Walker, Algona, best man. The'bride was attired In a gown of de soie nile green peach muslin, with orchid figure and white veil. "Ushers, were Robert and Malcom Jensen, nephews of the bride; ring- bearer, Margaret Judle Morseth, niece of the bride. "The, church wa« decorated with the eeason's flowers. "A two-course luncheon was served at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. C. Jensen, following the ceremony. . "Mr. 'Roupe is well known here, having 'been employed In the Swanson furniture store. He la a son of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roupe. .Wedding Anniversary Observed— . Thirty-eight relatives and friends of Mr. 1 and Mrs. Frank L. Miller surprised them OTI the 37th wedding Sunday afternoon, 41 adults and children attending. The program included a straw vote on the presidential and gubernatorial dates. President five votes to Governor Roosevelt's 21, and Governor Turner received a unanimous endorsement. The Carl Walker and Arnold Roupe families, Goldfield, were present. Party Honors Oklahoma Girl- Mrs. B. A. Thorpe entertained six girls last week Tuesday night in honor of her niece, Martha Dewe), Muskogee, Okla., who Is, spending the summer here. At 6: 30 a two- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday August 2-8-4 Tuesday-Thursday matineee, 10-25c. . It has made millions happy. MARION NIXON RALPH BELLAMY ^Z^^-^ff^.gK;' 1 --'" 11 ***- of Siumybrook ,dlnner.,the group went to a movie at the Call; theater. Helen Daughan, The guests were Gertrude Long, Farm" Highly entertaining for all. Bernice Dearchs, Mary Elizabeth Same director as 'Daddy Long Legs' Foster, Arba Dee Long, and Mary ; • -• : ' ' Joyce Hartman, Janesville, Wis. Party Honors Visiting Woman --- • Mrs. Walter Fraser entertained 2'4 women at bridge and luncheon Fri- Friday and Saturday, August 5 and 6 . •'. ' 1:30-3:30 Saturday matinees. ',• 8- Way Feature Program day in honor of her daughter Elea- i__T,o a t of Mohirnns cjprinl r> n - o«^ Tw«. n T. w—— .11 t-.i. _«, *- ijJiBi. oi iviouicans oenai. nor and Mrs. C. D. Fawcett, both Philadelphia. The guests arrived-at>K> ; o 10 a. m. and played bridge till 12, anniversary of the couple Sunday i when 'unch was served. The, high AH brought baskets from which din- »° ores were won b y Mrs. D. T. ner was served in cafeteria style. Barbara Stanwyk in "Forbidden" P1ene ' Lotts Thomas Champion says that the new Mrs. Miller was serving- as pubHc health nurse at Pikeviiie, and that ^^-i^.-L 1 ?!:.^!!"^?,:-^!! 1611 h usband '« a mining engineer. | P^e'.State building,and the view of Mr. and Mrs.'.T. H. Thurau, of -Stanley, went home Tuesday, after two weeks with the latter's '• parents, Mr. and ^Mrs; W. S. Wihdell. Mr. Thurau is superintendent of a consolidated school. • . . -»— «.*•***!» i^j «A, jjui niif, ctlSillCtSI. turned last Thursday from Roches--"fairs. M n. ter was graduated from the ter, where they had spent several | sta te university nursing school at days- having examinations in the i owa city a year ago and went to Mayo clinic. Helen Corey stayed - " ami • the with the children. Isabelle. Harry, during the absence of- pa rents. Letha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clemmer Horan, Los Angeles, Calif., who are visiting Clemmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Horan, lias Ijeen sick with' tonsilitls. The -Honuis will return to California next weelc, as Clemmer is to report for work on the 15th. •'•.":." Sriecht went to Cedar Rapids Friday and had 'her tonsils 'removed there. Thence she went '.to 'Springville. for a visit. SThe has taught at Springville' during the last few years and will go back in the fall. She is expected home . this week-end. . ."-':•";""'. Mr.' and Mrs. Charles ElberfcV atid; their daughter Judith left for--th'e]r" home at 'Los Angeles, yesterday, af-' ter three weeks' with ' Mr. ElSert's parents at Whittemore. Charles, who owns a garage at Los Angeles, 5 "ISia brother of George Elbert, who* owWs ' the Elbert Garage here, .Paul 'Leaverton, Kossuth No. 1 cow-tester, and Virgil Louck«, No. 3 association, attended of testers' short course at Ames'' last: week, including a banquet 'Friday night. Mr. Loucks was accompanied by his wife, but Mrs. Leaverton, county H. .D. A., could not go. Pikevl!le last fall. • Mrs. H. E] Malloy, State 'Center, and her daughters Patricia and -Jacquelyn came Sunday to visit local relatives, and are gueets of Mrs. Malloy's brother, H. R. Sorensen. 'Mrs. Malloy, the former Edna Sorensen, is a daughter of Lars Sorensen, and her husband owns a State Center bakery. Mrs. Malloy and her daughters visited with. relatives at Armstrong Tuesday, and this week-end /will go to the Okobojis for a few days with friends. Harold Turner, Sa,n Antonio, Tex., arrived a week ago Sunday to visit his mother, Mrs. Kate Turner. Harold has been manager of the Peyton ready-to-wear company at San Antonio three years, 'Mrs. N; C. iSltbw. Des Moines. and her' daugh- ,;ter: Hefen, have also /been guests of 'the former's mother, Mre. Turner. •Harold, Mrs. Skow, Helen, Mrs. Tyrner, and another daughter, Grace, drove to Des Moines Tuesday, and Harold will leave for San Antonio late in the week, Mrs. Turner.-and Grace returning: •_ Mr. and'.Mrs. H. C. Orr arrived Monday from Omaha, and Mri Orr will be manager of the new Coryel gas station south of the Legion hall which will be operated under the name of Algona Marketing Co. The fijtation, an example of the * ready- Mrs. W. H. Morse, Cedar Rapids, |'bullt ste'el buildings, was put up in ^^.^vm^a^mfl Sffi and her daughter 'Florence visited the T. P. Harringtons Monday., and. Tuesday, going home yesterday. They came here from Omaha, wh'efe they had also been visiting. -Mrs. Morse was Clara Hamilton, stepdaughter of the late C. B. Hutdhlns. 1 .Dr. and Mrs,.D, T. Grettie, Chicago, go home tomorrow, after a visit with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Mr. Grettie is a research chemist for the 'Swift company. His wife has been Here since 'before the Fourth, and Doctor Grettie came-two weeks agoVSun- day. '". . The 'Lewis 'Rtets have returned to Eau Claire, Wis., where Lewis Is vocational adviser in high school and spends about a third ot his working time at teaching sociology. In his work "as-adviser he tries to find 'out what students are best fit ted for in life and how best to prepare .for it. . , I. L. Iverson, Clinton, spent tne week-end with Mrs. Iverson and their daughter, who are guests, of Mrs. 'Ivereon's parents, Mr. ana Mrs. August Huenhold. Huenhold met him at Boone Saturday, s,nd Mr, and Mrs. Huenhold and Mrs, Iverson took Boone Monday, _Mr. and Mrs. August «»„ *"L *a ir..*. "KiTi-i v TJoaf him back to Huenhold, . . aha 'Mrs, Max Bast, Alma Bast, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wegener, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Tietz Sr., -their eone. .the John Schejlers, and the >Rev, P. J- Braner and his tenAilyJat- tended a niissjon festival of *JhQ £11,7 thgra.n congregation at Fairvllie, hpmq ' h«re. nJ., after,. .S9DJS B. S. Blossom . accompanied them -as far as Cedar- Falls to visit sisters. Cecelia and 'Agnes. Mullen, Pe Ka», «., also ache Kains, after Mrs. P. g, Hartman, of Wis., visited at _W. ^A. gSTwW.«tf f » *SU* *J*«?'SB1 a few hourai using ready-cut 'sections. According to magazines sectional ready-built steel buildings are to ^replace frame and brick in the 'future, because of convenience In erecting and economy, and-the station te interesting from this standpoint. The Rev. Raymond Kresensky, of 'Bellevue, Mr. and Mrs. Don Allan Davenport, and iFlorenqe Kresensky Iowa City, caine Sunday to visit Mrs.. J. C. Kreeensky. Raymond who" is a Presbyterian minister, re-; turned recently from . three / weeki In the Cumberland 'mountains in Tennessee.,'life will return to Bellevue; this week-end. Mr. and Mrs Allan went h"°me yesterday, bul Florence; remained for an extended visit with her grandmother. Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Kresensky, Mankato and their son came yesterday /or a several days visit. .Mrs. T. C,'Sherman returned last week .Monday from Minneapolis, where she and her daughter Dorothy, of New York City, had visited the former's sister, Mrs. R, iR. Ken : nedy. (Dorothy, who had been with her mother two weeks, left for New York from Minneapolis Saturday night. Mrs. 'Sherman's eldest son Edward, also of New Yprk City, was at Minneapolis last week-end, en route to Denyer on a business mission for the American ( Telephone and Telegmph company, by which he is employed. He is expected here this .week-end tor a two/ weeks vacation. j. M. Blanchard, Lone Rock hardt ware and lumber dealer, waa an, Al- '^ttt^tefsmfjrrx Sarted 30-odd years ago. life Mrs. Blancfcard's maiden surname was Whitehijl, The have nine children. ftU of whom have 'received a good'ed.H- catlon or are Jn tfte process gt a,or quiring one: Two' daughters »re married and have two $»«dren ^pjlece, so the elder SJancli&rdB «re grandparent^ In the 4th degree, so to speak. People whs *,npw Mr. and Mrs. BJanchard f iye tJjepj credit lor having reared ap a fine, ~ WEDDING SUNDAY UNITES COUPLE AT LOTTS CREEK Lotts Creek, Aug. 2—A church wedding took piace .Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock ait the local Lutheran church, when Frieda, daughter of Mr. and Mre. Jos. Leininger, became the bride of Alfred, son of August W.olter, .both families of Lotts Creek, The Rev. E. Fiene .performed the ceremony in the presence of'a.; large gathering of rela- tives'and friends. .The bride wore an ankle-length gown of white satin with a long white veil and a white budded: head band. She carried a bridal bonquet of pink roses, calla lilies, and' ferns. Mildred Bunkofske, Burt, .briesmald, wore a white flat crepe dress and carried pink and white carnations.; The bridegroom was attended by the bride's brother, Leo; Following the ceremony the''bridal, party went to the •home of the bride's parents, where a wedding supper was served to 60 near relatives of the pair; ; During the evening there was mueic and singing. Mr. Wolter had for a year or more, till recently, conducted the hamburger shop across- the street east from the courthouse at Algona, and the bride helped him.. The couple will farm in this neighborhood. Martha Tleti Is Bride- Announcement has been made of the marriage a week ago of Martha' Ttetz, formerly of Lotts Creek, now of Burt, to Walter Rentz, also Burt, Mies Tletz is the daughter of Mr. and Mi;s. Otto TJetz. ..c. YVO.B aervea m cafeteria style. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew, their son, Mrs. May Miller, Mr. and Mre. Herman Crawford and a daughter, of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller, Irvington.- Gladys Miller, St. Paul, .and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown, Denver, and a daughter., All of the Miller children and their families were present. . ... ,, . Ex-liilioshos in bet-Together— Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, entertained eight friends Tuesday night. At 6:30 a twq-couree dinner was served at one table centered with a bouquet of flowers -and candles. The guests were Eleanor Fraser, Philadelphia, Mrs. G. B. Turner, Mrs. L. C. Reding, Jane . Vincent, Mrs. Quincy Drummond, Chicago, Mrs. R. E. Whitney, Fond du Lac, Wis., and Mrs! Don Allan, Davenport. All are former Luhosho dampfire girls of whom Mrs. Thorpe was guardian. Mrs. D. E. Dewel was also a guest. Dinner-Bridge at C. C.; At an'evening party at the Country club clubhouse Tuesday night dinner was followed by bridge and dancing. Bridge was played; at 14 tables, Mrs. D. H. Goeders and F. D. Mathes winning the high scores, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman won the family prize. A three-piece orchestra, wl^h Mrs. Raymond McCorkle at the piano, played for'dancing- The committee In charge follows: Mr.- and Mrs. R. H. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. cent and Mrs. Joel Herbst. Mrs. Louise Hyde won a travel prize. Visiting Matron Entertains— Mrs. R. E. Whitney, Fond du Lac, \3— Geo. O'Brien in a great western mystery ranch. Sunday and Monday, Atifuot 7 and 9 1 and 3 o'clock matinees, 10-25o. Two lovable stars. ' * FREDERIC MARCH ,„ SYLVIA SIDNEY « in "Merrily We Go to HelP?, Today's young people with today'* hopes and disappointments. \t Tuesday and ••. Wednegday, Aug.'l-W Tuesday matinee 2:30. - * LESLIE HOWARD of "A 'Free'Soul", 'aijft ^'D^votion" —in— "Reserved for Ladles" ^ Howard is one of the thrills Of the year. Thursday and Friday, August 11*19 Thursday matinee, • 10-25c. JACK OAKIE and TEN COMEDIANS In "Million Dollar Legs" A farce played against the background of the 1932 Olympiad, f&e the Olympic contenders tbat' "Jack", put together. SPECIALS 49 Ib. sack of Mother's Best Flour- at -guaranteed, $1.25 Fig«Bars, 3 Ibs. __— 25c Good Harvest Cookies, 2 Ibs. 25c Big B Coffee, per Ib. 21c Large carton of Blue Tip Matches 38c Guest Ivory Soap, 6 bars 28c Ivory Flakes, large box _19c Wyandotte, large box 19c FRESH VEGETABLES OF ALL KINDS Home killed meats of all kinds—Pork, Beef, Veal Chicken TOP PRICE FOR EGGS H,R. SORENSEN & GO, 138-139 We Deliver You are Cordially Invited to the Grand Opening Saturday, August 6th ALGONA MARKETING CO. Handling only First Grade Coryell Gasoline and Oils TireirTubfi and Batteries FREE-Pure Coryell Oil with . i ,. ',; 'A* . • . i ' .t*. .7r» -ji. • " i,, j, ^\" <x,' ™«iV'> 'V.^SFT* • • '^ *• ,-.' - >*•',', . :« /V-V« r£.^,,V, *"-rfU«.5-. Bloom's Entire Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Ready-to-Wear, Groceries, Dry Goods,,and Furnishings.in a Most Terrific Crash to Raise CASH! We must raise cash in the next 10 days. That's why sacrifice doesn't begin to describe some 'of the prices quoted. Limit 3d quantities. Come early, action counts. Selling Begins Thursday Morning, August 4th • : ~ *^ i . - . - . v j . < Items below are just a few pf the hundreds of bargains that you will find here dur-: ing this money-raising crash. - . . - Ladies' and oxfords. summer pumps 98c 1 big lot of boys' and 1 girls' oxfords and slippers. Sizes . QQ A up to 2 DOG Men's work shoes. Lowest prices £4 t you ever saw 9 I m\ Boys' oxfords, values to $3.50. Men's tennis shoes, best 49c Boys' dress pants, long. Sizes up to 18 - — J •VW*>QB 95c Men's dress shirts, values up to $2.00 _1 ____ Boys' dress shirts, fast colors, at Men's dress shirts, neck bands, at ---------- „ Ladies' hats, dozens to Pick from __________ Children's hose; rayon, all Boys' unionalls, sizes up to 18 __ .Boys' khaki long pants ____ Rack of child's values to $2.00 .^_ t ,,_ dress ladies' I dresses,, your pick and niisseg 1 49c s' ilk dresses, $jo' and $15 Men/s gress' |5. 98c 3c lOc md En- 15c •Meh's_white handkerchiefs _,. Men's dress sox, rayon, pair Men's Firemen and Engineer's sox, 2 pairs 1 rack of ladies' and misses' 4 f| _ straw hats I UC 1 lot ladies' silk hose, best grade, pair 1 lot of children's half hose, pair _-_ Ladies' dancing sets, $1 values, ', voiles Silk .crepe, hundreds, of , yards that has sold'for $2.50 and $3.00 yard, now Cretonnes, 36-in. best 20c and 25c 4 ft _ grade, yard I UC Hundreds of yards silk check material that has sold for OC j* $1.95, now yard- C9C Boys' tennis shoes, pair 1 lot of child's shoes, best makes, while they last. Boys' pant style overalls _ T Me,n's union suits ^ Girls' knickers and blouses, 39c 25c Boys,' work Men's/ W n}on 19.95 Neckties, four-in - hand," art linens, 50c values Boys' suits, sizes up to f 11 T J Men's suits, values from $18.50 to $29.50, come early and get your pick This is the biggest values you have ever seen. 1 lot of boys' shirts, overalls ,and Al ,aB«* play suits choice,fc5IC 1 big value of 100 items, out they go, each j . 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