Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1932
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•>'. 4 't^if clufe has eVoked by the wiuSton, As-, prepared by 3T*an ( Hattie Bwvn, and m • committee, they fol- j, er 3, 1482, the ranks i Embroidery club were HV vrte death of Ella Pari wks with the deepest grief i W message Was, received !nf' the neighborhood, be- love for her? of Ella (Parsons to outstanding. For 20 .. „«, a faithful member, toils' years of faithful ser- "U'-Unselflshly in the inter- w'club, many close friend- sft formed. Today we are f oho who was loyal. '& for hiimanity,. and her I'M noble life, endeared her *> * y member. - Her memory i ej held dear, her life a 'to those who had the wia< prvlilege of sharing her w''-She has slipped away to /Heavenly father; Her life ' jter will' go on and on, ding with the'years, and wu h us a precious memory, fihtoreaolutlon be spread up, records of the* Cresco 'Emt club In memory of our be- i'iParsons and to express i-by, the club of service J -, f DROPS TO 43 FOR MARK IN COLD WEEK \ «,rains Sunday evening and ,/totaled 1.38 inches, which (the grand total for Septem- to 3.66 Inches. No frost has j recorded; the first one last ^recorded September 24. raniy weather has resulted in rst furnace fires this fall. The rature records follow: High Low Into- 13 - 72 54 (nber 14 81 48 „,„.. 15 72 62 Ler 18 72 4fl Ler 17 73 43 Ler IS (.48 in. r. f.) not read Inter" (.90 in. r. f.)S7 -50 AT OF TEACHERS itor Patterson ihas accepted an lion.''.to!speak Friday,. Novem, ; ije£bre the superintendents' i of the state teachers' associ- , Where the. meeting-is to be rasript stated Iri the letter re- ng that he fill 'the date. Gov•Hammill Is to speak on the it tax system in Iowa, and or/Patterson on the .proposed income tax. •< Two other speak- •ei being sought, one/on sales on, the other on-'the so-called Income tax. . ' + ;/—EON AHO HIRED MAN EPI HUMPING ON THE JOB sailer at Senator Patterson's ijays will find him a busy man. fes east of Burt, just wee't of e Hutchison's Oakdale farm, week Mr, Patterson spent two at silo-filling, and •Saturday he d 1500 bushels of conr'bought time ago from .his neighbor, Trunkhlll. He has 1550 sheep, ers, and 60 hogs on .feed—eight ds of stock—and lie and his nan are'kept on the Jump" to verythlng done. William Ashmore, Waterloo, went homo .Monday, after the weekend neve *w gue«t of r»»...«i«_ ^ . .. -operation at the M h « '°? al Methodl »t church will ld the last quarterly conference o the church year tonight, Dr. W H Lease presiding. ' .^.^~i.n VTl UB came Sunday for a Mayme Betts, of the exchange. JCfrSSUTH COttflTlf ADVANCE. ALQOtiA. tOWA Eugene fceneflck has discontinued M iX^*^L^ Minncap a sls- Agnes Nordstrom, R. N , came home Friday to visit her fan lly ^^ weeks or mn,.a au_ ,_ . J v t the whh , Satunlay With the home folks. -•, . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doty,; .Freder- Icksburg, came last week Welnes- Slt the Iatter ' s '"other. S Brace, til] Friday. •.'•', ; La1B £ rre ' A - E. Michel, H. northern Minnesota: '"^""' l '" K. E. 'Wight, Clayton, N.' M., son- in-law of Mr. and Mrs. C: Li Bailey north of town, made up Rotary at' tendance here Monday Mr. and Mrs.'B. j. Powers, Des Moines, spent Tuesday here. Mr Powers is an attorney. They were guests of'Mrs. Elsie Cady ' • Mrs F. A. M. Frost came home Saturday from three weeks at Wi- rock Minn., where her aged husband is a railway station agent Kormit Forbes, Horace Webster and James Duryea returned Saturday from Cass Lake, Minn., where tney had spent a week at fishing 'Senator Dickinson was at home for the week-end, but returned Monday night to the western G O P. headquarters, Chicago, of which' he is director. N LOCAL GOLFERS IN FORT DODGE TOURNAMENT en local golfers went to 'Fort e Sunday and played in a Cal- pool golf tournament at the Dodge country . club links. were: F. B. Kent, Robert Harm, P. J. Christensen, R. S. om, Eugene Miirtagh, Gordon Und R. H, Miller. There, were layers In the tournament, in- ig many from towns neighbor ? 'ort Dodge. " -'• ' .- .. V ce Undergoes Operation, •>• 0, F. Price, government irarjpn. who . has • for, •some made Algona his Home,'" under"n generation for internal ab- ln%back and'side la«t week Mtey at the Kosauth' hospital. waitlon was reported satisfac- "•'day. The abscess developed a " a »ack of infectlonal flu two m before the operation, «lver •* , Checks Delivered. iverahip official* at th* K, C. tank building were kept busy * and Tuesday,- handing out » and taking vouchers for "M No. 2. Check* for sums while go quickly, but aoroe "ail amounts are not called for. small checks in the first divl- «<•« etill uncalled' fpr, . annual Pr0abyiterton church bunoay school picnic will b« th e Ambrose A. Call state urday ' .-•-"W afternoon,' Cars ww we church at 2 o'clock' to take "t wish to $o. All -members -nds are Invited. People who B to take basket*'of food,-dish' lu silverware. ^mp ? ^ Kain left Friday for DeKalb 111., to re-enter the Illinois state normal school. She had spent the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kain. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christensen will take possession of the Joel Herbst tenant house on'south Moore next week. Mrs. Chrletensen and Mrs. Herbst are sisters. Robert Harrington left' Monday for Iowa City to begin his senior year in law, and Alice Rist went with him for "rush" week at the Gamma Phi Beta sorority house. Mrs. Walter Fraser drove to Rochester last week Monday to take back her -niece, Carol Squires, registered nurse In one of the Mayo hospitals, who had spent ten days here. Nadine Stillman, Dolliver, went to Mason City last week Tuesday, after a few days here 'with the G. W. Stillmans. She is ''jerry's" sister and goes to Ames soon to attend the State college. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Parks spent Sunday at Clarion with relatives. Mr. Parks is a new Skelly Oil field man in this territory, and he 'and his family have Mrs. Elsie Cady'o apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ganger, Bode P. O., became parents .of,.a boy at the Kossuth hospital Sunday. The baby was named Gene Everett. Mr. Ganger works on the C. R. Schoby farm. Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert and their daughter Shirley returned Saturday from visits at Council Bluffs, Des Moines, and Nevada with relatives or friends. They left home last week Wednesday. The Rev. M. A. SJoetrand^J new First Lutheran pastor',, went. to St. Peter, Minn., Sunday night" tb^ spend Monday with his parentsr.Mrl and Mrs. C. E. SJostrand. Wilfred.. Nelson accompanied him. Mrs, Lee Stdllman, IJarijmond, Ind., who has been spending two weeks at her brother H,:/M. l Vinson's, went to Gowrie Tuefday for a brief visit before going home. Sh«! is the former Helen Vinson; i Mrs. H. q, Neilander, Sprlji^ Val-f ley, Minn., and her daugtytfc? SRuth went home last Thursd^k ijafteij several days with Mr. and Mrsf J. m Chrischilles. Mrs. Nella'nBJ&rJ Is sister-in-law of Mrs. Chrlschillea, Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert-re-; turned Sunday from St. Paul, where they had gone Saturday to visit the Clifford Dehnerts,. Meanwhile Mrs; Dehnert's daughter, Mrs. Samuel Hedrick looked after the hotel. Mrs. O. U Miller was at Port Podge last week Tuesday an<l called at D. E. Potter's. Mrs.; ^ p ! tt|'ot- ter.'who has:been sick ther'e?had so far recovered that the nurse whp attended her had been dismissed. Mildred Capeslus, whO;aJ|eBdg; :f ,, Cecelia's academy, got home Monday from four weeks at ^Chicago, where she was the gu uncle, William Capeslu and her cousin, Mrs. John Reding. ;, Mrs. Maurice Cullen, Whlttemore^ son Terry, and daughter Mary wenji home Monday, after a few days with Mrs. Cullen's father, Anto4 Streit. The Cullens recently back to Whittemore from f Walter Fraser Jr., who,was .. . uated in March at Ames, where he specialized in chemistry, returned the State college Tuesday 'to dtf part-time -teaching in physics and study towards a master's degree, next spring. .£'<<'•'••*". •E. "W. Donovan, who has; for ., year-or so been troubled with''Hear.t leakage, is able to ride upitown od» caslonally. He was a . Biftflggr.. 'U Union township, and in h}s;. prims was widely known. He is ^ e TJw> < yern Owen family lias move| from .Jefferson to Burt, whei Owen, who is a eon of Mr: an L. M. Owen, Algona, owns a. - here before they went tf The junior Mrs. Owen i? .Pent Sunda with the Hans Johanpsenp, The Johannsens three year ? at Wg Choklo, Minn., last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Polmateer is a farmer. Mrs. Pool's mother is dead, and he has married again. John Lunstrom, whoso place in tho Advance shop was taken recently by Evan Finnell, was here briefly Tuesday. His wife, the former Maxlne Samp, is employed in a Sioux City cafe, and John Is looking for work, preferably in a print shop. Mrs. Clara Bemls, Storm Lake, has been a guest since Friday of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Beardsley. Mrs. Bemls's husband, now deceased, used to have a harness shop at Lu Verne, and .the Boardsleys and Bemlses were neighbors at that time. Sunday was almost sultry, but heavy showers Monday brought a spell cool enough to suggest overcoats. Sunshiny days have, however, been beautiful so far this fall, and the first frost is yet to come. Practically all of the corn is now out of frost danger. Mrs. Thos. O'Haire, Washington, D. C., and her daughter Ann will leave for home tomorrow, after a visit since July 1 with Mrs. O'Halre's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Mrs. O'Haire is the former Eugenia Rist, and her husband is'in the gas and oil trade. Mr. and Mrs. Carl .Lang, their daughter Shirley, with Mrs. Henry Zeigler and her son Wilbur, spent last Thursday with Mrs. Chris Miller. Mrs. William Kehoe, Minneapolis, and her stepson, Adelore, came Friday for ten days with Mrs. Miller. Mrs. T. H. Stull-Mathes, of California, spent the week-end with Mrs. J. I. Troutman. 'She has been visiting her son, Dr. Claude Stull, Corwlth dentist. The first husband of Mrs. Mathes, 'Doctor Stull, was a widely known Algona physician 30 years ago. Clifford Woreter left Monday for Des Moines, where he is a Still college osteppathic student and is employed out of school hours. He'is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Worster. The youngest . son, Merton Jr., is a freshman in the Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson are parents of an S-lb. girl, Phyllis Ann, the first child. Mrs. Richardson is the former 'Helen Godden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Clark Godden, Burt, and Paul, who Is a painter, Is a son of Mr. and Mrs.^W. A. Richardson, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, Mrs. Henry Steussy, the Robert Bell family, .Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, Alma Bast, Julius Ristau, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg, and the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended a 25th anniversary celebration of the Evangelical Lutheran Peace church at West Bend Sunday. Marriage licenses have been issued as follows: Arnold William Elbert, Mary Magdalene Miller, both Algona; Clarence E. Woods, Leona B. Richardson, also both of Algona. Application for a license was filed a week ago by Jacob Hartman, Rodman, and Gertrude Kenne, Whittemore, and the license was issuec Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ward, Fred's daughters 'Lydia and Stella, and a nephew, Harold Jergenson, left Saturday for'15 days with relatives In New Jersey and New York City. Mrs. Edw. Jergenson, sister of Mrs. Ward, is In charge of the rest of the Ward family here, and Leo LIchter is substituting on Mr. Ward's rural mail route. : Mrs. Frank Whitaker, Iowa Falls, and her son Dean will spend the week-end with the R. P. Nortone. •The two families are former neighbors at Marshalltown. Mrs. Whitaker and her son go soon to Iowa City, _where Dean, a law student, will re- lenter the university. Mr. Whitaker was killed in an automobile collision :)ast Labor day. 'i .Mrs. Theodore Rusten, Ayrshire and her 8-months daughter, Peggy Ann, were called home Friday, when ?Mre. Rusten's .grandmother suffered -a broken hip and serious burns ;caused by the explosion of a pres- I'sure cooker which was being usec 'to cook tomatoes: Mrs. Rusten had been visiting her parents, Mr. and ;Mrs, H. N. Webster, since last week 'Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Pederson, ol !Storm Lake, stopped here Monday 'for a call on Mr. and Mrs. Al Falk- .enhainer. Mr, Falkenhainer enter' tained Mr. Pedereon at the'Rotary ; club meeting, and Mrs, Falken- hainer entertained Mrs. Pederson at private - dinner elsewhere in 'it 'clubhouse. Mr. Pederson is a:past president of the-state druggists' association. Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Knapp attend^ ed the funeral of the latter's grandmother, Mrs. Caroline Biggs, at Sanborn Saturday, Mrs. Biggs, who was 91, Was a pioneer in O'Brien county, ha'ving settled" there in 1880. The Knapps drove to Sanborn from Nevada, where Le Roy is manager of the National Reserch Bureau on Feeds and Feeding. Mrs. Mary S, Frantz, St. Paul, :came here last week Wednesday with Mrs. T. P. Harrington and the letter's son Robert,, who had •spent a tew days at St. Paul and White Bear. Mrs. Frantz, who Is * n a"? 11 of Mrs. Harrington and was a sister of the late E. V. Swettlng, will be here till this week-end, when the Harringtons will take her as fax aa Mason City on the way home. Mrs. E. H. Dewel, Muskogee, Okla. Is expected tomorrow fpr a week-end .visit With h 6 * 1 daughter Martha, who,, has for some months been with her grandmother, Mrs. I. G, DeweJ, and aunt, , Mrs. 8. A. Thorpe. The younger Mrs. DeweJ comes from 'Nevada, where Bhe attended the funeral of her mother, a Mrs, -Plckey. The latter's second son practices medicine and surgery with the widely known .Doctor Fay at Pes Moines, , A W. Amunson drove to * Black River Falls, Wls.. Tuesday to attend funeral services for his father, Arne Amunson, who died Sunday, following an illness of a week. The elder Mr. Amunson was 87, and death was caused by old age. 'Mrs, Amuj»- son died some years ago, and fee had since lived iwith a daughter, Mrs. Matt Chrlstensen. The fwnera) was held yesterday, and Mr, Am,un/ sen Is eweeted Home either today Kenefick, who was a second active, had to drop out recently when his active, Dr. M. J. Kenefick. cancelled membership- just before his death. Mr. Christiansen was a member once Before, but dropped out because of conflict of hours at that time. Mr. Hull is the examiner-ln-charge of the Kossuth County State bank. The club's membership is now 52. ^ Dore 'Freeh recently bought the Call opera house popcorn machine, and his father helped him take it to :he Spencer fair Monday. After the 'air it will probably be brought jack. Dore's wife is helping him •un it. Their baby was with the riother's parents at or near Swea y early in the week, but was to brought here to stay with the paternal grandparents till the fair is over. Dist. Supt. Grease conducted two quarterly Methodist church local conferences Monday afternoon, one it Cylinder, another near Emmetsburg, That night he conducted a joint conference of the Swea City iml Grant township churches, and le had other conferences scheduled for.every night this week up to tomorrow night. The last one in the Algona district will be held at Crystal Lake next Sunday. • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haldeman and the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark, were called to Shippewa Falls, WIs., Friday by word that Mrs. W. S. Clark, daughter-in-law of the local Clarks, was seriously sick. Mrs. R. A. Clark remained there, the others returning Sunday. Mrs. Charles Reaper Is temporarily clerking at the R. A. Clark grocery and meat market, Mr. Clark being her father. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Gutknecht, who have been running a restaurant at Humboldt since last November, were in town briefly Friday. They had driven to Burt to see Mrs. Gut- kriecht's sister, Mrs. J. O. Isenberger. who was badly hurt in an automobile accident a few months ago, but found that the Isenbergers were spending the day_at Mason City. Mrs. Fred Ryth'er,"Algona, is another sister of Mrs. Gutknecht: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Raymond, Le Sueur, Minn., arrived Tuesday to visit the W. C. Dewels, -the Mesdames Raymond and Dewel being sisters. The Raymonds had .previously visited the Bernard' Thompsons, Aiden. Mrs. Thompson is a daughter of W. J. Patton, Alexandria, Minn., who farmed just west of Lu Verne prior to 25 years ago. Mr. Thompson, whose father lives' at Lu Verne, .has a road patrol job near Alden. Some years ago he had a grocery store at Lu Verne. H. E. Hanson, manager of the Mason 'City division of the Standard Oil company, announces the appointment of W. C. McDougall as salesman at the company's service station No. 87, on west State street, Algona. The company has two other station here. Mr. McDougall, Who is a married man with one child, will succeed. C. K. Edwards. Russell •manager. The company has two oth- L. Maxwell will remain as assistant er stations here. Mr. McDougall who arrive in a week or so, has been employed in a similar capacity at Mason City. Henry Bailey, Sexton, and Mamie Roadinger, Wesley, who were married recently at Denver and got home a few days ago, were mentioned in the Denver Post of September 3 as having been licensed to wed. V. S. Ellis, former- Lu Verne- Bancroft-Swea City editor who lives at Denver and always has an eye peeled for mention of old home folks in the Denver papers, saw the mention, clipped it, and sent it to the Advance.. He said he had been watching for a report of the marriage too, but had missed it Eva* Presnell returned Friday from Iowa City and Charlotte, after an absence of ten days. A week ago Sautrday she underwent a minor operation at the .university hospital and last week Monday tier brother Dr. W. H. Presnell, Charlotte, took her to his home to recuperate. The doctor brought her here TTriaay, going back Saturday, a-nd Miss 'Presnell returned Monday to her duties at the Peterson studio. Boring her absence her mother, Mrs. W. T Presnell, 'suffered a severe heart attack, but. she is now recovering. Justice Grimm, of'Cedar Rapids who was appointed to the supreme court in 1929, has resigned to resume the practice of law. 'At the time of his appointment he ' was head of the law firm of Grimm, Elliott & Shuttleworth. After his appointment Tyrrel IngersoU, then a staff, employe; son of Mr. and Mrs C, L. to the firm,., Mr, Grimm now resumes his old place, and the present . firm name is Grimm, Elliott Shuttleworth & Ingersoll. This is 'one of] the leading law firm* at .Cedar Rapids. The addition of a remodeled «tore front how and then goes far towards giving Algona's business dtatrtet an up -to-date appearance. -B. J. Hooch, administrator of the Geo. L, ' Galbraith' estate, is. entitled. to credit 'for th'e latest improvement of thJ» kind. The front ibf th> building west of the Steele store till lately occupied by the Shackelford harness shop has been rebuilt for the new Conlon Bakery, and paosersby are complimenting Us appearance. There remain a number of other -old State street' business houses which oughf to be modernized. L. £2. Thomas, Gary, S.. p.,' who liyes just over the line in Minnesota, writes that year before last farmers in his neighborhood were hailed put, last year drought and hot winds destroyed their crops, and now they are victims of prices for their products which do not cover costs. At that Mr. Thomas takes a philosophical view of things, feeling that in due time conditions will improve. There have been ho plcketers there yet, though talk is rife, Mr, Thoma« sees little hope in the movement. Both be and his wife were reared near Algona, and they have taken the Advance ever since it was Started, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wight, who had been visiting Mrs. Wight's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Bailey, north of Algona, went to' Minneapolis Monday, accompanied by Merle Baljey, whp had spent the weelF-end at home and was returning to her work' with the Northwest Bancor- poration. Mr. Bailey and Mr. Wight spent last weefc a£ 3Uake WinneW goshlab, and en route home Saturday picked up Merja. Mr, Wighl came last; week Monday to JoJjn-hJjj - ' cMMxm,' Pi% W4 Bob, spent several weeks here. MTU. WlfM v«8 fcrmflrly, ilpdred. PaSsys, -Fpem, ^MtofwijJs' fte METHODIST, C. V. Hnlse, Pngtor —Next Sunday closes this conference year, and all members and Wends of the church are earnestly nvlted to he with us for the services. At the morning hour we will observe holy communion, and at the evening hour there will bo a concert of sacred music arranged the choir under the direction of —••«%-•. vi iw MilCWLlUH (JL ^rs A. A. Bishop . , . A meeting T the Sunday school board was held klonday evening, attended by more nan 20 teachers. Plans were laid vhich we sincerely believe will result in a-larger attendance, greater •egularity, and added general efficiency . . . Tonight the final business meeting of the year will be held, with Doctor Lease presiding. All trustees, stewards, and other church officers are'expected to attend. New officers to be confirmed are: Homer Tuttle, Sunday school superintendent; W . c . j^wel church trustee; Mrs. Harry Wilson, president of the W. H. M. S.- and wary Elizabeth Foster, president of the Epworth League. J. Ju CoiClllHIl, Pastor—The special .offering Sunday "— surprisingly good. Those who not able to be with us will bring their offerings at the next morning hour of worship . . . The annual church and 'Sunday school Picnic will be held at, the Ambrose A. Call state park next Saturday afternoon. Ail members and friends of church tor Sunday school are invited. Cars will take out anyone who is at the church at 2 p. m. Take well filled baskets . . . The Missionary society will meet at -Mrs. J. R. Mawdsley's • this afternoon at 3, o'clock . . . This is Visitation week | for Sunday school teachers, who will call on parents and pupils-. . . Sunday school reward pins will be given to all who have earned them at the 11 o'clock hour of worship ... The Fort Dodge '•Presbytery will meet September 26 at Rolfe. ter Block and Carl Hanson were charged with having stolen money from .Block's father. There was ho' car theft Involved. The Block youth had been working for Melbern on the 'Steussy farm, but was no longer working there at the time the money was stolen, and Melbern says he knew nothing of the theft. Melbern often used his own car to take Block on visits -to town or elsewhere, and on such occasions Block paid for the gas, but Melbern says he was not with the boys when the m,oney was taken and did not know afterwards, till they were arrested, that they were spending stolen money. LAKQTAIS SAUERKRAUT DAY DRAWTVOXW SCOTCHING Lakota's recent Sauerkraut day was severely criticised In two anonymous communications, one signed "A Mother," the other, "A 'Father," in last week's North Kossuth Records. According to the writers, the event was somewhat of a "wide- open" affair. The "Father" quotes a young man from Algona' as having said to him: "There were more drunk women in Lakota Sauerkraut day than I ever saw before." There was an error In the countjj fair Baby Health contest report W last week's Advance. Among glrW 12 to 24 months, Meredith Jeart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Atis* tlrl, was second, and her score was' given tie 94.7, whereas it was In fact 97.4. She scored only four-tenths? of a point below the winner, Helen' Sue, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchison, Helen Sue's scoring being 97.8. , IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH There were times when it took from $10.00 to $25.00 to buy a good dress but that was when corn was $2.00 a bushel. Times are changed now and Neville's Toggery has changed with them. OUR NEW SILK DRESSES are all bought direct from New York manufacturers — you get all the style and fit that can be put in new dresses, and the quality is equal to most $10.00 dresses. but times have changed so Neville's price is BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hueser, Pastor—We were pleased to see a good attendance at both services Sunday • . . The service next Sunday evening at 7:30 should be of special interest. We plan .to have the rostrum beautifully decorated with flowers 'and vines. The "B" group of the Young People's society will present a sketch In the opening service, and there will be a sermon by •the pastor on The Field Preacher • • . We are confident that you will also be interested,in the sermon for] the 11 a. m. hour on A Fine Animal . Sunday school at 3.0; B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. $2.95 COJfGREGATIONAJj, F. J. Clnrk, Pastor—A new manual and by-laws recommended by -the church council will be printed and copies distributed at the 11 o'clock service next Sunday. A church meeting is called for Sunday night, October 2, to act on adoption. Next Sunday: preaching service, 11 a. m.; Sunday school, 10; Junior C. .E., 5 p. m., for election of officers and worship program! The pastor's Bible club met at the parsonage last night. FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A/ Sjos- traiul, Pastor—-Choir practice at'the church tomorrow evening, 7:30 . . . Church supper today at Luther hall. The Junior Mission Band will meet Saturday at 2:30 at Luther hani Lynette Mahan, hostess. Sunday- school next Sunday at 10 a. m/; Vesper services, 8 p. m. ATI offering will be lifted for the beneQt *« Home Missions, TBINITY TuTHEBAir, P. J. Braner, Pastor—Services in "both languages every Sunday. Next Sunday: 9 a. m., German service- 10, Sunday school and . Bible 'class; lOiSO, English service. Confirmation instruction Saturday forenoons at 10. Weekly envelopes, with gifts for the budget and upkeep of fhe congregation, are to be returned. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL, T/onls Dennlnghoff, M. Th., Heetor—Eigh- teenth Sunday after Trinity., «arly communion, 9 a. m.; church «chool, 10; morn-ing prayer and sermon, Hi S. S. teachers meeting Saturday, 2; 30, at the Gilbert farm. Mr. Wight is In the employ of an oil company. J, A. Brownell, who has for two months or .so been ln« California, writes T. L. Larson that his «<m Clarence, who-- is 'employed • on state road' work, had a day off a iroek ago Thursday, and with the family attended'the state fair. The elder Mr. Hrownell'is a charter member of the local-Rotary club, and on entering the grounds he was pleased to observe a large sign, "Rotary." Oa stopping to learn what was up he was urged'to attend a Rotary banquet that evening at which 909 plates were to be laid and Governor Rolph was to .be guest. of honor, this being both Governor's day and •Rotary day at the fair. Mr, Brownell was'tempted to stay for the event, but could not remain that late. He expects to come home before long, A heading, "Lu Verne Youth Held as Accessory in 'Car Theft," in last week's Advance was misleading. It referred to Melbern 'Steussy, who was held aa accessory before and after the fact in a case wherein RADIO BUYERS, HERE IS YOUR opportunity, at Gamble's 53c on the dollar sale, Freshman Jtfantle Set, $11.95. Genuine 7-tube Brunswick Console, f28.85, 8-tube Coronado Super Heterodyne, $49.95, all complete with tubes, 31-2 COTTAGE BEAUTY SHOTPE Perm. ._._,. Special Perm, Wave, T astw j&~' The New Fall and Winter Coats are full of snap and style. All the newest designs and trims and the last-word in fit. Blacks, browns, grays and tans in all sizes. We have two price ranges— $ 4-95 $i m 70x80 Part Wool 'BLANKETS with sateen bound edges in plaids, fancy borders, .or solid colors. These are all first quality, and the price while they last ' 75 cents 70x80 Genuine Monarch Cotton Plaid BLANKETS come in six colors. Just the thing for winter nights. Will be lOc higher our next buy so get yours now at 49 cents I Neville's Toggery S WHERE A BARGAIN IS A BARGAIN ALGONA, IOWA illllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH L.E. ASHLAND. PROPRIETOR te ALGONA..IOWA PHONE IO3 ALGONA'S FINEST FOOD STORE Distributors of = ThisandThat Our first year in Algona has been a successful one. Thank you. We promise to continue g i v i nig you quality foods at fair prices from a clean store. Did you know that every item you buy lit our store is guaranteed to give you satisfaction?and if it doesn't we cheerfully refund your money* fhese Price* TUESDAY September MONDAY September 26 .•••u-v/A.' ' *<W- BARGAINS that SATISFY 5 ban for — ..... PJSBjAPPlE—Crushed 6-oz, can — ,—... OATMEAI^-Monarch, Quick or Boiled,,,.: large :pkg, .....—.— FLOUB— -j /•• ~ 'Monarch, per pkg. . J.OC •STBUP— Cane and A f Maple, Monarch, pint — £J- C PEANUT BUTTEE — Monarch 3 pound jar , ;.L Cherries, Red Lily Brand, Red, Pitted, No. 10can... 39c FRUITS FOB SALAD—Monarch ca.n.^j..^.....'...,.., EIPE OLIVES— Full Pint. ™._.._— ISc TUNA FISH—Light meat, Two tt-lb. 9Kj* cans. '.— . 69 C SOAP—White Laundry, 10. bars ....».'._, —A real value ^'^-,:.^^ Tall can. Alaeka, 15c j flavors, DESSEBT, Monarch PEACHES— Monarch, sliced or halves. n f No. 2% can ------ „., — j&J. C ENGLISH WALNUTS—' 1932 crop, 2 Jbfc ., ----- _' ---- SAUIOI^'Boyal Chinook, Mon'ch Jf&G Monarch, Cut In 8 1-oa. equares, per pkg. ,--,.„ ----- , GBAPEFBUIT ^ 8-ounce ' can,.,,..,.., pleases, ounce can Tay cans 2 ibj UN15TA Flow *9-lb. sack »>1 5'!«» &-. It

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