Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1932 · Page 10
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There Is No Reason for Paying More Than$4.85 For FALL SHOES of the Highest Quality We have considered quality foremost-r-our shoes are sewn, not pasted—we select the finest leathers and fabrics—'and all at a popular price which conforms with today's budgets. No wonder the smartest women wear our shoes! Styles for every occasion. Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department GINGER ALE or ASSORTED BEVERAGES Ol-IOQUtl-QLUB-OOLDKHORfALEDaY QOXKKR HMD GlngwAle . . . -2niL3.27c ChiH Soue. . . . 2 J5c Mild American Cheet* . u>. 1J5c Crystal Whit* Soap . 10 BABS 27c Frankfurter* ... 2 Il»s. _ae Super Sud» .... S:PKQS. 15o URACKEtt JACK, K1UCX 1VAY AND • lul...t-..4 8T t < • - HenheyBar. . . . 3 FOB 10c ?™.** d « h15c Mayrair Taa PiigiKSf . J4 *•»• 33c Wax Paper . .. ; . rea. 10c OUAKB8 MAU •< Oi-wn. M Lb., 2So BAJAH Ketchup SV#I:85c Sandwich Spread . ; /& 15e The Great Artontic & Pacific Tea" Co. • MMdte Wettam OMilea FOR CLEANLINESS AND CONVENIENCE. TRY . OUR Treated Coal.. For your steam or hot water plant. , Chemically treated. It eliminates dust and controls smoke and soot. Sold exclusively in Algona by ANDERSON GRAIN & GOAL GO, Phone 3G8 F OR SERV1CE Dry Cleaning Send us your Wearing Apparel Draperies and Curtains RUGS Cleaned right here at home on short notice Fur Coats Repaired Let us call your attention to the fact that now is the time to have the needed repairs made on your furs.. We represent one of the best fur houses in the west Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE (I? „.<-' , , * >• * „ ,.. ' > , . ^f:^^,*:/'* " •' •"-A-V*.? * >\ /wr/fktrt, - '-,% * •- V • x / f'it^&'^^Vv^^V^ 1 ? ^ ;;.;•,; ^«f#*J&& < y^%y?^^V*^ If flMMtftfl miMttttM ^MUttl^« •^•Mr.hi-/ ,:-.V';;i C, R, KENNEDY, 24, FORMER ALGONIAN, DIES IN ST, PADL Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Charles Reginald, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. Kennedy, St. Paul, who- died Sunday, after a year's illness. Funeral services had first held at the Nativity Catholic church. St. Paul. The body was then -brought to Algona, and after the supplementary service at St. Cecelia's, burial •was made in the local Catholic cemetery, with Father T. J. Davern In charge. .• Mr. .Kennedy, was born here November 27, in07, and was only 25 at death. His mother is the former Kato Goeders. In his early boyhood his parents moved to Bancroft, later to Mitchell, S. D. In 1920 the family moved to St. Paul. In June, 1926, the young man was graduated as an honor student by the St. Thomas military academy. Later he went to 'Hollywood, Calif., and entered the employ of the Broadway department store, Los Angeles. Last year poor health compelled him to resign and" he returned to St. Paul. Pallbearers here were Thos. Frank], Richard Vaughn, Evan Fln- nell, Vernon Kohlhaas, Hohier Kelly, and Harold Streit. Out of town relatives in attendance, besides the parents, included John and Madelin, brother and sister of the deceased, Mrs. Mayme McLaughlin, her daughters Rosemary and Eugenia, Mr. and Mrs. William A. Kennedy and their daughter Katherine, all of St. Paul; Mrs. P. D. Dooley, of Varina, Donna, Dorothy, and Kenneth; Mrs. J. M. Glasier, 'St. James, Minn., and his daughter Dorothy; Dennis Zlg- rang, Los Angeles; Harry Zigrang, Livermore; W. R. and Dorothy Flemming,. Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hauser, Mrs. J. A. Zell, Robert Lohman, and John Goodwin, St. Paul. Algona relatives are Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders, grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Goeders, Mr. and Mrs. John Capesius, and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. BURT SCHOOLS'REOPENED; TEACHIN6JTAFF IS SAME Burt, Aug. 30—School opened Monday with the same corps of teachers as last year. They .are: Superintendent, Donald Weir; principal, Condit Bowie, Zearing; high school teachers,,.S. J. iFardal, Stanhope, Charlptte Warrior, .. Blockton, Anna Overgaard, Cedar Falls; manual training, Mattie Warner; grade teachers, Alice Elghme, Shannon City, Mildred Anderson, Mllford, Myrtle Hanna, Lone Rock, and Eva Whitney. Vocational training, which was offered for the first time last year, is being offered again this year -to those who desire to learn. Parties Honor Departing Mrs, ,G. D. Brundage and Sirs. D. C. Mahan entertained at an after* noon party last week Wednesday in honor of Mrs. ,T. JVV. Mangan, who goes to Minneapolis to live next month. Bridge was.played at three tables, with Mrs. Glen • McMurray and Mrs. G. H, Ogg winning the high scores. Mrs. Mangan received a gpuest prize. Other guests -were Mesdames \VV D. Howie, . William Hawcott, John Dutton, Leo Spllles, L. E, Hovoy, D. D. Monlux, W. P. Hemphlll, L. M. Merritt, and F. E. Sawyer. . " Mrs. W. :T), Howie entertained, the Friday "club at bridge last week Wednesday night In honor of.Mns. Mangan. Prizes were won by Mrs. M. L. Goslln, Mrs. H. L. McCorkle, and Mrs. 'Victor Young, Rockwell City.. Mrs. Mangan received-a guest prize. Other guests were Mesdames O. W. Erickeon, J. W, .Kelly, N. Victor Lowe, "Fred and Maurice Bartholomew, Ralph Elbert, Anna March, and W. P. Hemphlll. The Saturday bridge' club met at Mrs. Mangan's Monday for luncheon and bridge, and members furnished lunch. Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll won the high score, and the club 'presented Mrs. Mangan with a gift. Others present were Mesdames W. A. Barry, J. W.. Kelly, O. W. Brick- eon, W. T. Daughan, E. TJ. DeZellar. M. L. Goslln,-and W.'D. Howie. Normal College Reunion. Lakota, Aug. 30— Mrs. W. E. Ley j and her mother, Mrs. Opal Wheeler, went to Ed Dlttmer's, near Burt, last week Wednesday to attend a | reunion luncheon that Mrs. Dittmer gave in honor of a number of those who attended the old Normal college in Algona. About a dozen women, some living in far states, attended. Reception Honors Sew Pastor— A reception was given Tuesday evening at Luther hall for the Rev. M. A. Sjostrand, new pastor. Ole Allison-'was" toastmaster, and the program was opened with a song by the audience and a reading from the scriptures, with prayer, by the Rev. Raymond Swanson, Swea City, who also offered a few remarks welcoming (Pastor Sjostrand. Margaret Blossom, Harriet Smith, and Ruth Malueg sang a trio of southern melodies, which was followed by a piano solo by Katherine McCall. The Revs A. S v Hueser, A. W. Irwln, and J. L. Coleman, local, pastor, gave greetings, and others were read from absent.friends. G. D. Brundage presented the Rev. Mr. Sjostrand with a . purse from the congregation, and Mr. Sjostrand responded. "Blessed. Be the Tie That Binds" closed the program. • • Luncheon was served by the Lutheran women. The hall was decor- xted -for the occasion. Free Facials iioxt Week—. . Christensen Bros, announce a treat for women patrons. 'Florence Harms, Representative of Dorothy Perkins, will be here all next week to,give professional advice to women. Each woman who makes a special appointment will receive a free facial from Miss Harms, who is a graduate beauty operator. A. private booth is to -be installed in the store to permit privacy ,in .consultation and treatment. There will 'be no charge, and appointments can be made -by calling the etore. • ' Baby Entries Closed. Entries in the county fair health contest for children under three years^have been closed, according 'to Mary Kain, R. N., in charge. The limit of 44 babies has been reached. Josephine M. Smith, assistant at the Iowa Child Welfare Research Station, Iowa City, will give mental tests. Fool Season Ending. The Algona Military band will play at the municipal swimming 1 pool next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The pool will be closed for the season that evening, but the water will be left in the pool till late in the fall to prevent damage to the concrete by sudden changes In temperature. Up for Drunkenness. Leonard Johnson was arrested Tuesday, and is being held in jail on a charge of drunkenness. A hearing is to be held today. One Permit to Wed. A marriage license has been issued to Jesse Bahling, Lone Rock, and Ida Kollasch, Bancroft. I City and Connty| Harriett Thurston, Virginia, Minn., is a guest of the M. P. Hag- gards. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Davle, Algona, became parents of a boy at the General hospital Monday. E. J. Murtagh is now able to walk up town daily, and even visits his office occasionally. Mrs. F. L. Tribon goes to Clear Lake today to meet Elizabeth Miller, former Algona teacher, and spend the day there. Notice Farmers' Holiday Meeting Courthouse Algona, Iowa Friday, 8 p. m. Prominent state leader will speak. Everybody and Anybody welcome. 2 .p. m., Mrs. L. E. Burbank hostess. The program follows: Devo- tlonnls, Anna Marie Runtzel; dramatization, Coins in Action. New officers- are; -president, Louise De-. vine; secretary. Louise Smith. This will be dues-paying day, and "self- denial" boxes will be opened. Members are to take their scrap-books. Attend HumboMt lamclioon— r Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, her daughter June'Adal, Mrs. ,E.' C. McMahoiv Mrs. Wm. K.' 'Ferguson, and Misfl .Coatc attended a-tme o'clock .luncheon at HunVboldt Monday as guests of Frances Measer, local high school Enr-lish. teacher. ' Mlsa Coate stayed with Miss Messcr for a few days. ' Mrs. W. P. French Has Birthday— Mrs. W. P. French entertained In honor of Mrs. French's birthday anniversary Sunday night. Bridge was played at two. tables, and Mr.- and Mrs. H. M. Sm|th won the high score. Other guests ;were Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit.. * .4 • . • Joint Meeting Is- Planned— A joint meeting of the Congregational' Aid and the Missionary . society will' 'be held tomorrow afternoon at the church, with officers as host' esses. The coming year's work will be planned. FOR SAtiB^-JOABBAOEI^AND TO matbes.--k. Ck Pool, .phonfc ' WANTED TO RENT OR BUt—«" room modern house. — Call. Advance. APHLBS FOR SAVE. NORTH OF Whtttemore on No. IS.-^JPrank J. Gappa. FOR RENT—EAST PART QT 1 ,THE M. ! .t. Young apartment Houses. — Cal|'316-J. 12p8d FOR SALE CHEAP — BEDROOM , suite,,-library, table, . piano.—Mrs. C. D. Fellows. ... lOuSl CHILDREN CARED .FOR AT MY home fair week.—Mrs. Myrtle Vin- 1ns, phone 3S8. _ 12pfrl •ESTVRAYED—TWO . RED 'STiBBRS, from my p>stur ; i In Cresco township.—Hugh Raney. ''' \ 12u51 ALL MODERN" HOUSE, DOUBLE garage for rent at 617 S. Jones'.— Mrs. Agnes Seele'y, phone 34F21. Shower .for Sarah A shower ^honoring Sarah Neeling, who will 'be married September 10 to Wilbur H. Clark, Allertoh, was given Friday by Sarah's sister Hazel and Mrs. Oscar Amunson, Clear Lake. Other Society. Mrs; H. L. McCorkle entertained a group of women Monday afternoon at visiting, after which lunch was served. The guests' were Mrs. Laird Duncan, Westf ield; • N. J.; Mrs. Mildred Wight, Clayton, N. M.; Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Lone Rock;. Merle Bailey, Minneapolis; Juanlta Martin, and -Mrs. Opal Morrison. • Mrs. Walter 'Lorenz and Mrs. H. M. Smith, entertained Saturday in honor ; of Miss Flemming and Mrs. Olson at luncheon and bridge, and Mrs. Olson won the bridge prize. The 'Baptist Aid meets this afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. C. H, Taylor; assisting 'hostesses, Mesdames Howard Witham, J. A. Freeh, Clayton Sill, and Frank Cook. The Royal Neighbors will meet this evening at 8 instead of next week. 'This will avoid conflict with the fair. The Eastern -Stars will meet at the Masonic -Temple next Tuesday evening at 7:30. No Club :Party Xext. Week- Mrs. H. M. Hauberg- won first prize for women and -F. E. Kent first for men at a Country club party at the clubhouse Tuesday, evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greenberg' won the family prize. Following bridge, there was dancing. The attendance exceeded -40. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews, L. F. 'Rice, and Dr. H. M. Olson .were committee in charge The next evening party will be held Tuesday, September 13. Former Algona Girl Honored— Mrs. Eugene Keneftck entertained in honor of Dorothy Flemming. of Forest City, and Mrs. Hazel Olson, Chicago, last Thursday afternoon at two tables pf bridge. Mrs. J. L. Bonar won a bridge prize, and Dorothy and Mrs. Olson received guest prizes. Out of town guests were Gertrude Flemming and Mrs. B. .J. Thompson, .Forest City, and a Mrs. Lypns, Grlnnell. Dorothy will be married September 17 to Andrew Conlo, of Chicag-o. Party Honors PrlsclUa Southpate—. Mrs. T, T. Hei-bst entertained in honor of her sister, Prlscilla Southgate, Britt, last week Wednesday night at two tables of bridge. Mrs. Opal Morrison won the high .score; Mrs.. Laird Duncan, second high. Other guests were Mrs. ' Ralph Brown, Mrs. Merle Grlggs, June and Helen Corey, and Mrs. Eugenia O'- Halre, Washington, D, G. Prlscilla went to Eveleth, Minn., last Thursday to resume teaching physical education. Light-Bearers to Meet— The Presbyterian Light-Bearers will meet at the church Saturday at \ City and County Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wehler, of Fairmont, and a son were " Sunday guests of the F. W. Wehlers. Ruth McMahon returns to Galva tills week-end to resume, teaching. 'This wiir be her third year there. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bonar, daughter -Bonnie "Lee, and Jean and Betty Murtag-h spent Sunday at Inter- la-ken. ' ' < Mrs. Barbara, liothrlnger, liu Verne, and a granddaughter visited Sun<Jay and Monday at the Rev. P. J. Braner's. FAIR BATH (Continued from page 1.) . track was more devastating than that among the •50,000 spectators. As we slopped back to the Bulck through a sea of good old Iowa loam, the wife and I felt that we hadn't done much for that part of the human race represented by our three young hopefuls, when we took them to see a couple of wornout- lo-< comotives crash into one another. But then, maybe; we're getting oldi Anyway the children thought it was grand. ' And if the children thought so, why, aft^r all, shouldn't we-grownup children, agree? ., ' Want Ads FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOMS. Close in,—iPh'bne 321. gp-51 FOR RENT—JjARGE FURNISHED room.—5Q9 S. Minnesota... 8p50 FOR ; SMJE—GOOD 'FRESH MIDCH cow.—John Gerber, Algona. 9p51 iFOR RIENT-^FURNISHTBD ROOM near high school.—'Phone 22.. Hu51 TWO EXOElJlJENT HOUSES FOR MEET US AT THE FAIR ! on us at the booth in the Floral Hall during • the Fair. CHEVROLET CARS AND TRUCKS USED CABS Chevrolet _ _ _,. .-_ —1931 Coaqh Chevrolet ___j_____^__ 1930 Coupe Ford _ _________ j 1931-Sedan pn clpsing. cpm- 12,in,.'and week Most of the gacages h mencingiSepteiiiber 11 on; S days at 8 p. m. A .. '' " BROS, ' Tires Tubes Accessories Gasolines and Oils ; -^, K ?> * s*- 7 " * W ** "* *, ^ *„'. 4^.~7^\ J^vF^-?^ > '.-V , .'. -> A.»S ,-1 , -^'.a.^,^ j&Vj.'j , FOR SAlLl3~— WATERiLOO TRAC- tor suitable for any belt work; price $25.—Car.t ; Hutchins. 13p51 FOR SAIvE— OAK FENCE POSTS. Cured and peeled, ready to aet.— A. B. Schenck, Algona. 14pB?-61 .FOR SAiL.»-TOMATOES.— THOS. •Schultz,"'south' ThoHngton, one block north, of swimming ppol. • .13p4a-50-51 LET MB BAKE TOUR PIES FOR the fair. All kinds, 25c and 30c delivered. — Ruby Thorpe, phone HORSES FOR SALE OR t'mde for, milch cows. — Everett Witham,' "Whittemore, Iowa, Algona phone 10F121. 16p50-51 FOR SAM3 OR TRAO>E FOR livestock at bargain, McCormlcte corn picker and corn sheller. —A. L/. Rochleau, Fenton. 17p51 'LUSCIOUS HOME QJROWN MUSK- melons, finest ripe onions, ripe Acorn squash; choice tomatoes.—E. J. Hodges, phone 618. 17p51 WANTED—MAN WITH TRUCK for position with City Service Oil Co. Reliable references. Call or write J. A. Graves, Spencer, la. -20p5l HIGH SCHOOL' GIRL WiANTS work for board and room'or .stay evenings with children.—^Wrlte William Gellenfeld, phone , 14F11, Algona. 20p51 FOR SALE—McCORMICK-D-BER- ing tractor-and .plow; McCormick- D.eering .corn .picker; e Short.hori^ bulls. Will take, stock-In exchangg for machinery.—R., E. Saunders, Lone Rock.' ' '' '25p5i-52 Next week, starting Monday FINGER WAVE, 40c Phone 128. 119 So. Minn. Cottage Beauty Shoppe EDNA GttMOBE! On Exhibition FAIR WEEK Never shown in any fair before Men's Hats No fads Felte, silk linea, rain proof, all the right shades at — no it's not a mistake in print— $1.95 Good enough for you. Also Mew's and Boys' Dress Shirts \First time since 1896 . 2 SHIRTSJFQR —____$J.oa call on work shirts e.dqu.rter With U, On the Same Old Stand ^Featuring Greater Values THE PHILCO Balanced Unit • *i Battery and Electric RADIOS ;;>-/;.'... MAYTAG Gas and Electric ASJSfrG 'MACHINES • " '$$ " ^ Vi '.' ' - f '•' .. ••- • SaMS and Service, y Enterprise Circulating Heaters Two sizes. Get this one ton ; ' with each Circulator sold fair 'week. Stoves and] Heaters Economical-No dust or] .dirt. Four SkeKjJ stoves are now in use in) Algona's new $200,( high school. Bkel-Gas is nowi nu8e | in more than 100 homes in and around Algona .See us at the Fair. ,.'- '• — Special Discounts on all | Items During the Fair '8 Algona, phone 520 ^T? L ' jfsfiKid ¥J.-=i t&KI Prefer GK^ HEART COAL The Minute YOU StM Using It . , ': "VTRUpBg > If $5 THAN A ...;. v DUSHELOFASHES ,1 &11OW TO THE TON. !l IFYOUAU NOTJATOflB : ^ ... MOVE THE COAL AND* fUNDYOW MONEY F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229—Lumber and Coal SEE of the New •A-g-^': in the Floral Hall at the £ '•'$ t Kossuth County Fair you to <Jriy§ ^e flew V-8 Ford Kent ibtor Col NBERGj

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