Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1932 · Page 5
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to Cor- teaching. P Sferftfes, Agnes JEUoe, Wnet BerfftsB spent !'And Mrs. Wm.'Faulstlch, * tlBlted tne-Rev. P. J. , Verne ln t! resume her duties as «u- lnt of Be Lan<* er ' Weeley, un- or surgical operation hospital Friday. Stltlman, Hammond, Moi^y to v j slt *« Vlnson. ''She had M at Gowrie with ' Mr. Caughlln returned Sun- Clarksvllle, wherfc shejmd friends since last week [ay, She clerks at the Paine ,en drug store. , v Samson has begun work , girl at Cunningham & ['she was employed at the . (jTalkenhalner insurance liter graduation from high fcut last year attended the Ames. She ; is the s move soon to a .brick- bungalow of their own on east State street. Mrs Fellows will store her household goods In the house and rent unoccupied part. She will spend the winter with her daughter Esther at Hollywood, Calif. Mrs. Fellow fl recently sold her home on east College to Dr. iP. y. Janse. who will soon take possession. The E. II. Morrisons moved into the Henry Becker tenant house on north Phillips street last week Wednesday. They had been living In a tenant house on south Minnesota owned by the Rev. Qeo. H. Wessels, now of Dows. The "VVes- sels house Is now occupied-by the 33. H. Wrnys, Mr. Wray being one of the managers of the Aero-Service station at the corner of Jones and North streets. The house the Wrays vacated, just west of the Presbyter- Ian church, is now occupied by the Max'Millers. The Millers have lived here a year, and Mr. Miller Is In (lie mploy of the John Deere Plow com>any. Mrs. Harold Neville, her children, immy and Laura, the latter a baby, and • Ella Dodds were slightly in- ured Sunday, when their car was Lyerly Journal announces i. of a daughter August 2fi Li Mrs. U B. Hull. This is " child. P rior to Ws ™ r Hull was for a year or _ u |id linotyplst for the Ad•He left here two years ago, i Sheffield girl, 'and is 1 how •the publishers.., ot ;:.the". Jour- [j. \v. Mangan arid' her 'sons id Harry leave tomorrow for polls, where they "will now ielr home. John will attend 8 university, and Harry will i grade school. ' John, plane dentistry. The daughter _, now a guest of (Frances I will Join . the rest of the In a few days. \ Lease, Gleridive, Mont., ar- J> car last week Wednesday •his father, H. B. Lease, who |ith another son, Dist.- Supt. ase, celebrate arrival at 8.0 .[ age last Thursday. The fr. Lease haiis'froni'Sumner. i a rancher 22 miles from j, a town of 5,000- ' inhabl- [ 'eastern Montana. I Bradley, Minneapolis, spent fck Wednesday -night with hie , Mrs. A. D. Bradley. He t down his niece,.. Margaret • Correctionvllle, who had Jen days at Minneapolis. Wilt on Thursday to: Charlton, •he joined his wife and sons, •ere visiting relatives there, |k them home-Sunday. i Quarton appeared ^before a i of the supreme court at [lines last Thursday. He saw 1 Cowles, of- the R. F. C., I been at home a few days i preparing to leave next -r for Washington,. D. C., and f take Mrs. Cowles with him. Ivies said that he was finding IF. C. work interesting .'but Ingly strenuous..'.... te Haokman ..Jr., who teaches I school at knoxville,. Tenn., fnt the summer with his par- flr. and Mrs. George Hack- south of town, left for Ille Sunday, and his mother janled him as far as Grand In, where she Is' .spending a llth relatives. .George is an 111 Instructor, and this is ~liis •year at Knoxville. I Haggard,'and his -sister, Mrs. I Twogood, took -Harriett fcn to Woodbine v Saturday, it's home is "at Virginia, •but she has taught, at Wood- fo years and has now begun V year. She had ' spent a kh the Haggards. The trio Bunday at Oma.ha with Mr. fs. C, B. Nasby,'. the latter be| former Ruth James..•- . bnd Mrs. Hugh Herman and I Hartshorn spent Sunday at prlth Dr. and Mrs. Geo. P. The doctor Elvidge was advised by specialists to [his weight, and, complying Ifes, he has since reduced 6C Now he wants tp r take off ids more. Mrs, Elvidge has 112 pounds. The reduction Jislsts chiefly of vegetables. •Ross Stebbins haa been vislt- [ sister, Mrs. Cooney Herman, st week Tuesday,, Mrs, Steb- >ecember, caring for her ii James Hencjren, CJvll .war I/She wm be here' 1 ' all of >er, and then', will--go to , Calif,, to-spend ihe wln- 1.4 daughter. 'MfP- 1 L. H mhusband wag'tjie l^te'G. pW Stebbins,' i, well known Mrs. William Nugent Wldren, j ao k and "Ding," and [Cent's mother, ,Mrs, >, W, r.'left -for Chicago Monday, |6«nt had spent a week here, r- Nugent and the sons had P«t of the summer with 'the |f. The Nugents also visited fa mother, Mrs. Elizabeth P and other }ocaj Ms in charge-< of "eau. Mrs. p,.. • a few week*. Ulus E. Roe, Washington, field secretary relatives a veter- W JJ| re- Kansas ,' after the T»W and^ Mrj, Hal [and Monday .„ M «i, Klrjscb' .* sisters «elgens. Mr ; and 3«re. -™ toh i yl l h then < thelr daughter flizabeth, who had spent- sev- ,™, tbe KlrsclveB.-. Mr§ l"!f HeJ £ e n8, ana Mr. Hall here, for fye • <?n<je Steele store. He is H. Stpok The San KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA from Yale, Iowa. Mrs. Neville escaped with bruises, Jimmy was shaken up and suffered cuts, and the Dodds glfl. who was holding the baby whiio Mrs. Neville drove suffered a sprained ankle and injuries to one hip and an arm. The Yale car turned onto the No. 169 detour without stopping. Jimmy was being brought to his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Neville, to attend school. The Harold Nevilles live at Humboldt, where Harold has a store. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Pritchard, of Bombay, India, visited from Friday til Monday with the J. T. and Theo, Chrischllles families. They went to Chicago from here, and from Chi- cngo they will drive to San Francisco, whence they will sail for Bombay on the 18th fnst. It will take them 47 days to make the trip. They will take an Auburn car with them. Mr. Pritchard is manager of International Harvester company Interests in India, He had been there three years, but was called hack, last June. The Pritchards spend most of their time at Bombay a city of 5,000,000 population. The temperature is 110 and 115 most of the time, and the coolest it ever gets Is SO. There are 300 Americans in Bombay and 3,000 English people. A north central fall round -table Parent-Teacher associations will be held at the Roosevelt auditorium, of , Estherville, next week Friday. The morning session .will" be 'a school of Instruction conducted by Mrs. C. of, the -National Congress of Parent* Teachers. The afternoon session will consist of greetings from Mrs. M. P. Summer, Des Molnes, state P.-T. A. president, and Agnes Samuelson, (Des Moines, • state schools superintendent, with a main address by Mrs. Hattie Maud Mitchell, instructor In the Kansas state normal school. Mrs. S. A. Worster, president of the local association,, announces the first local meeting for the first Monday in October.-A September meeting was not held because the date fell on the first day of school. Mrs. J. T. McQuire and her .three daughters, who accompanied . Mr. McGulre during the summer while he was at work on grading contracts in Winnebago and. Howard .counties, are now at home, and the girls are attending school. Mr. McGuire, who still has a county contract In Howard county, is working crews at Ricevill'e and Chester. Grading operators are Waving difficulties to meet demands of county supervisors and new federal regulations. In the latter case men can be worked only 30 hours .a- week, the use of machinery is restricted, and the wage scale Is higher than normal for these times. The supervisors require that graders employ men who may be county charges next winter, and the class of help thus secured Is not efficient. The -McGulres, J. T. and M. T., have earned excellent reputations in Iowa' and Minnesota for Back to College and prep-school Very young', and very flattering, onr Fall fashions, are a delight to pack in any back- to school trunk — and they're kind to your budget. Won't you come and see the grand variety? SUITS For Sport and Dress Little tweed things with brief or swagger jackets and boyish tailoring — or richly fur trimmed suits of smart woolen or velvet for dress-up .50 COATS For campus and "dates" Be as discreet as you like about your sport coat —but choose your afternopn coat from our sophisticated models with sleeve, neckline and fur Interest. 33 ,00 New Fall Clove* New Engineer and JPlremah's Heavy Cotton' Hose Black, brown and gray. Regular I5c quality a pair, only Down They Go / STILL GREATER PRICE CUTS ALGONA'S BIG EVENT HURRY! Don't Delay WE MUST RAISE CASH Halley's comet conies once In a lifetime—so docs this big thrill. A price-slashing celebration that has never been surpassed. Economy galore In every Item. We've crashed costs down to unbelievable levels. This gigantic clothing sale Is now In full blast and right at the 'bargain peak. The throngs ,of eager buyers Who have already attended, buying for a I long Ume to come, Is ample proof of what tremendous savings you will enjoy. Nothing like It ever staged In this tcrrl- tory. What you see listed here ore Just a few Items picked at random. Space will not permit mentioning the hundreds of sensational bargains awaiting you. One look will convince you or what this great sale really means from a standpoint of saving. , ;:.•' Signed—Wm. C. STEE1E. Men's . Dress Shirts All colors, values to $1.00 for only Men's all Wool Suits The bargain of a lifetime — all new Pall patterns, the latest models up to the minute and values up to $22.50, for £4 M 0-9 only _____ _ $ I 4.O f Men's all Wool Suits This lot includes Hart Schaffher and Mary makes. The peak of fashion—all new in every respect — the greatest bargain in the store. [Values up to $30.00 - • eio TT lor only __ 9 I WM I I Special Lot of Men's and Young Men's All Wool Suits Hard finished materials, newest patterns, $11.77 buy one right now. Val. up to $20.00 for only ___ OVERCOATS-TOPCOATS Special lot we have picked for a sensational bargain. They will surprise you. Values up to $20.00, going for $11.79 BOY'S KNICKER SUITS All wool, a good assortment to choose from. You save plenty now. They sold for as much as $12.50, going for only $1.97 •' , • ' , . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HBBMH^^^^B Sale in Charge of the Voll Sales Service of Minneapolis Men's Union Suits Silk Neckties Medium weight — Regular 75c grade only—--- 47C The new fall patterns —regular 50c grade, 97 C for only—- Men's Dress Oxfords • ' • • • • Black and. brown, values up to $7.50. Special lot all going for only --_ Suede Cloth Shirts Buckskin tan — all for wear, full size, regular $1.00 shirts, going for only\__ .Boys' Kaynee and K & S Blouses All colors, regular $1.0Q grade for only Men's Blanket Lined Jackets 220 denim shell, with, heavy lining, while / they last, only Wool Sport Jacfcets Assorted colors, finest terials, $5,00 values for only _- Young men's Trench Coats Tan colors, values to $5.00, going | for only * $5.00, going £2 Q«* Boys' Pull-Over Sweaters A.11 wool, assorted colors, values.to $1.50, for only. ^HHHHBHMEiB Men's White Wool Fleece Union Suits Buy them now, regular 87o $1.25 vajueg for only ALLEN 4 WOOfcUNIOtf SUITS I MEN'S AND YOUNG ME^'S DRESS HAiS 3uy for the cold weather now. The regular price I Aij the new Fall colors and shapes. Values up to ts $3.50. Out they , C1 Q7 I **- 50 » Soing . 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