Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1932
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r**toit* TIEHIES no wM bntterr ro« ^P ,«• f° uf I If yew batteiy l'f Jrdtonet • Ftveeton* , respond UutantJr .you're- off like • quicker KQSStrrit COUNlT ADVANCE. ALOONA, IOWA FIRMER LU VERNE YOUTH'S ELBOW SMASHED IN CRASH Elmer Emory, formerly Lu 1 V had the bones in hte left Arm tered at the elbow. For a time it thought it would be necessary Lu Verne, Oct. amputate, but the doctors now think received word one day last week 'of they can save it. The Emorya to Wyoming last March. 23 at Terrlngton,' Wyo., In f, • life. i {• rod lel.M tMt p bailor fortym. ce your car |e f or cooler ither— "hange Oil Gear Grease Alemite sh Radiator ill 856 SERVICE CO, Mac & Vic YOUR FOGALS 'EIVE YU? The Carl 'Hellers, Westgate, visited relatives hert Sunday. h e W. R.'C. will have Inspection at the Legion hall tonight at 7:30. The P. .T. Christeneens spent Sunday at 'Spencer with P. J.'s pifents. Th Rev. P. ,T. Braner preached/at a Lutheran mission festival at Whittemore Sunday, The Rev. P. J. Branor preached at next Thursday at 2:30 p. m with Mrs. Glenn Shore. Gertrude THornmlng and Sophie Hanson, 'Forest City, spent Sunday with local friends. •Minnie J. Coate is new assistant at the city library, sho began work last week Monday. Mrs. Anna Drone, patient at the Koseuth hospital three months, was taken home Monday. Dr. and Airs. Wtilter Eraser have had the furnace in their homo equipped with an oil burner. Beulah Hartshorn, o£ the Marl- gold Beauty Shop, spent Sunday with her parents at Swqa City. Lucille Malueg, who teaches at Ayrshire, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Malueg. Mrs. Huldny Alnsworth Lincoln, New York City, has gone homo, after a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger. :Roland Richard, 14-year-old son of the Hardy Richards, Wesley, was operated on for hernia at the Kos- (jUth hospital Saturday. The First Lutheran Dorcas society will be entertained next Wednesday at Mrs. L. E. Hovey's; Mrs. D. C. Mahan, assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. James Love and their son Sheridan spent Saturday at Garner with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Love. Lorraine Coonan, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday, with her sister, Mrs. M; J. Streit. She is employed In the Palo Alto county treasurer's office. The Rev. J. L. Coleman and G. E. Van Dorston, the latter a lay delegate, attended a fall meeting of the Fort Dodge presbytery at Rolfe lost week Tuesday. The Royal Neighbors will give a benefit card party at the I. O. O. F. hall next weelc Thursday , night. Bridge and 500 will be played. The public Is invited. E. J. McEvoy returned Monday from Cedar Rapids, where he spent the week-end on business. He is active as the democratic candidate for district court clerk. T. G. McDermott, Mason City lawyer, and '!iis sister Mary called on old Algona friends Sunday. They are former Algonians. Mary teaches in the Mason City .schools. Mrs. Raymond McCorkle substituted for G. D. Brundage in the Christensen Bros, shoe department Tuesday. Mr. Brundage went to Des Moines to hear the Hoover speech. W. C. Dewel, his son Gordon, M. P. Weaver, and A. L. Peterson spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Dewel cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. Weaver caught a good-sized pike. The -fishing was not good. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Heidke became parents of a girl at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday. Mrs. Heidke was formerly Marie Webster. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Mitchell, Clear Lake, were here Friday, paying taxes a'nd looking after other business. Mrs. Mitchell was a daughter of the late J. W. Hinchon, who for 25 years or' more edited the Algona Courier. C. AV.' 'Schryver, Burt blacksrnjtli, and all-around mechanic, spent :;. ; a few'hours in Algona last midweek. Mr. Schryver belongs to one of the; pioneer, families of the county, and he has been a fixture at -Burt 35 Do you hat are Do you tee our eyes? That U Ifocals were made I'ciewe-tHwwtred ils tha •ometimef t in front ause fore 1 yo new much vision. c them. FUL-VUE IF 0 c A L S < WEHLER & CO, |Amun»on, Optometrist 240. W ONE WOMAN 10LBS.1NAWEEK jetty 'Luede'ke, of Dayton, t— i pmenfl it.' Kruschen to re- 10 .pounds' in cannot say too much SAFELY — _,.„ one half •Mi of Kruschen in a, glass »'«er in the morning before * S° lighter on fatty meats, • "utter, cream an4 pastries T bottle but a trifle. G«t it at s or A. H, Borchardt's, [filestore In America. If this ' i-aiie to convince you this *' way to lose fa-t-rmoney sure and 'get-. JCruschen tations arei numerous and • safeguard yo«p healths' - ^^v^MIIW obtained, , years or more. . r .-•.....,. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clark re'tu"rhe"d last week Tuesday from Chicago, where they had gone to bring home their daughter Leona, recently-graduated from a nurses' training 'course at St.' Luke's hospital. Leona will be at home for a time. The James Leves, Spencer, spent last week Tuesday with Mr. Leve's sister, Mrs. W. W. • Baldwin. Mr. Leve, who had been telephone manager at Spencer for several years, has been promoted to manager of the Cedar Rapids exchange. Dore Freeh recently bought the Rice popcorn canteen and has been operating it since early last week. He had It in 'front of the theater till yesterday, when he moved to a permanent location on the west side of the Kossuth County 'State, bank building. ' . • 'Mr, and Mrs. C. A. La Barre, Mrs. Jane La Barre, and Mrs. H. G. Burnhairi, AVaterloo, spent the weekend with the C. R. La Barres. C. A. is C. R.'s father, Mrs. Jane La Barre, who. is 92, C. R.'s grandmother. Mrs. Burnham Is a sister of Mra. La Barre. • Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt moved Saturday from the Merle Wellendorf house on east North street to the Nels Gronwall house just north of the waterworks. During Mrs. Sorstedt's absence from the ,.sfore, Saturday and Monday, Mrs. : B: ; "P-. Benson substituted. The Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse returned Tuesday from Sioux," City, where they had been since last week Tuesday, Method let attending conference, the annual M.' G. ton was official delegate from tne. local church, and Mr. and (Mrs. W. A. Foster also attended. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Maler,-who had lived here three years, .moved Mon? day by truck to Clear Lake. They have' one 'child. Mr. Maler represented the Pratt PaRer Co., of Des Molnes,-in this territory tiU he resigned a month or so ago. He plans to live retired this winter. Mrs. Lee Stlllman, Hammond, Ind., spent Saturday with the.H.,M. VJnsons. She had visited here .earlier and came back from Cowrie, "where" sh.e visited Mr, Parents She, left Gowrle for Hammond Monday morning, .and hei mother-in-law accompanied her Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hill, of_ Fwt •nodee and their daughter Shirley store, who has been sick six weeks, [» able to be up and about the house. ' Dr and Mrs. A. D. Adame, their s6n Bobby, and Mrs. R. W. Horlgan Were out of town from Friday till Sunday. The doctor and Bobby visited the doctor's mother at Woodbine, and Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Horlgan visited relatives and old friends at Lake City, where both were reared, Will Banks, who lived in the Burt neighborhood 30 years ago, visited old friends here Tuesday, and went on that evening to Forest City to visit relatives. H e lives at Marsh- nil, Minn., where his sons work his large farm. Ho was a guest at Wm. C. Steele'a Tuesday noon. Mr. Banks' parents used to live here. The Depression bridge club met with Mrs. P. J. WaUlron Tuesday afternoon, and bridge was played at two tables, Mrs. P. A. Danson winning the high score. Other members arc Mesdames Samuel Medln, Chris Wallukalt, Ralph Valentine, William Ringgenberg, Henry Johannson Jr., and Arthur Helberg. T!ie first generally visible frost in Algona was noted by early risers last Thursday morning. ,On whether It wne a "killer," opinions differed. Some trees had begun to shed leaves before that, and the woods' south of town are beginning to take on the glorious coloring which is the delight of spectators every fall. Frank Clark called yesterday on old Algona friends. He and 'his son Harold are preparing for the first issue of their new Garner paper next week. It will be known as the Garner Herald. Frank still owns the building where he formerly conducted the Garner Signal, and he also has much of his old plant. Dorothy Mangan, Minneapolis, came to Algona Sunday with Maurice McMahon, who spent Saturday and Sunday with the Mangan family. Dorothy will go home next Sunday, and Catherine Doran will accompany her for a visit. Dorothy Is a guest here of Frances Zender. The Mangans moved to Minneapolis September "-I."- ' ' Zora Keith and Mabel Olson returned last .week Tuesday from Minneapolis, where they had spent a few days with friends. Mabel's brother, Dr. H. M. Olson, drove to the city Sunday and brought the girls home. Mabel is employed a1 the local highway commission office and Zora lives with ' her grandfather, E. P. Keith. E. J. Murtagh, returned to Iowa City a week ago Monday, accompanied by his wife and her brother, Jas McDonald, and a message this week Tuesday reported that he had undergone his second operation at the University hospital successfully. Mr and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh went to Iowa City Monday to await results of the operation. Walter Heerdt, Grant township was looking after business affairs here Friday. He has charge of th estate of his -father, Adam Heerdt Burt farmer, who was killed in an automobile accident a few month ago. Mrs. Heerdt, who was at the time .low with cancer, died a fev weeks later. Leonard, one of thi sons, Is on the home farm. Mr. and Mrs. George Good, Spiri Lake, and their little son, wen home Monday, after last week with the parental B. P. Bensons and th Walter Goods here. George and his father, returned last. Thursday from Rochester, where George wen fhrough the Mayo clinic. He ha .not-been in good health since he wa stricken suddenly some months ago •At Rochester he found that though his ailment is not serious it will take some time to recover. Mrs. Jas. Stewart was in town Saturday with her son-in-law am daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walte Klamp, of Plum Creek township with whom she lives. Past' SO ani somewhat crippled with rheumatism she remains otherwise in health. She and her husband, whc died 12 years ago, were well known olcltlmers in the Burt neighborhood There were five sons, but only twi are living, one in the Dakotas, thi other in Minnesota. Mrs. 'Lura Sanders, city librarian goes to Des Moines next Wednesday to attend a regional American Li brary association conference. Th region includes Iowa, 1 Minnesota Kansas, and Nebraska, The majo topic of discussion at general see slons will .be the library's place in a changing world. Willa Gather, fam ous American novelist, has been In vited • as guest. During Mrs. San ders' absence Miss Coate will . have charge. of .the library, Mrs. George Free Jr. and her daughter Suzanne went to Mason City Saturday to remain till Sun day, when George came to Algona with them. Sunday night Mrs. Free S.r. and .Mrs. C. D. Fellows took the younger Frees back to Mason City where they now have a furnished apartment. George is pharmacist In a' drug store there. The younger Mrs. Free and Suzanne had been \yith Mrs, Free's mother, Mrs. Laura Paine, a few months. -J. A. Brownell got l\pme Saturday from a visit since May 1 with his son Clarence, who is a. civil engineer in the employ of the California state highway commission at Sacramento. Re came all the way by bus, via the Salt Lake City route, and found the traveling delightful. The»fare Is only $ 5 less than day coach fare by rail. En route he stopped briefly at Denver to visit a doctor who was a brother of the late Mrs. Brownell. •-••Mr. and Mrs, Anton Didriksen and their son Roger, who got borne Sunday from a week at Springfield, 111 called on Mrs. Ruth Pike, Clinton, and the Lewis Hulls at Waverly, Mr, Hull, former Advance em- ploye, is now one of the publishers of a new paper at Waverly. Mrs. Pike is a former Burt-^Lone Hock teacher. At Waverly the Dldriksens also called on Mrs. Loren Mlnkler, employed in a ready-to-wear store. . The new Royal 400 gas station south of the 'Kossuth County State bank; building 'has again changed hands: The new owner Is Max Schuelke, i&torra Lake, who tooK charge last week Wednesday, reUev- ine L C Reding, who had, been temporarily in charge for a Port Podge oil concern which owned the buUd- tag and. equipment. Mr. ScbueJke hag s. wtfo and three children. A BPJJ to her* with W». 9aA the rest of the expects to come fc - * rand, Pastor —Let us remember hat we are in the midst of Prayer week. Our nation, leaders, and hurch need our prayers . . . Con- irmatlon class meets Saturday morning, 9:30, Luther hall . . Sun- lay school next Sunday, 10 a. m.; Vesper worship, 7:30 p. m. Note hange of time. TBIJflTY MJTHE1UN, P. J. Irnncr, Pastor—Next Sunday: German service, 9 a. m.; .Sunday school, 0; English service, 10:30 . . Concordia Aid meets today members of the church will take )lace,next Sunday afternoon at 2:30. HAPTI.ST, Arthur 8. Hticser, Pus- or—A fountain, spraying water, en- innced with beautiful decorations, vlll be used to illustrate the sermon next Sunday night at 7:30. A violin /uintet will furnish music . . . The B. Y. P. u. will hold a social at the church tomorrow night at 7:30. NASUHEJfE, A. W. nntl Hazel Irwin, Pa8t.org—Our church is observ- ng the week of penitence and prayer. This is being observed by 20 denominations of protestantism . . . Services at the church every Sun- lay at the usual hours, and prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL, Louis Deiiiilng'lioff, jr. Th., Rector — Twentieth Sunday after Trinity: early communion, 9 a. m.; church school, 10; choral eucharlst and sermon, 11. METHODIST, C. V. Hulse, Pastor —Next Sunday: Sunday school, 9:45; morning worship, 11:45; Epworth League, 6:30 p. m.; evening service, 7:30. Vtrs. August Huen'hold erly business meeting , The with A quar- of voting croft, came down Friday to pay his taxes and look after other business affairs. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tohn/Bernhard, well known 'old- timers, live at Bancroft. John has two farms. The son Maurice has the old home place, and' Leo the other farm, across the road. They have one sister, Mrs. George Hess, wife of a Carroll banker. The elder Mr. Bernhard has for some years been badly crippled with rheumatism, Leona Lichter accompanied Rachel Clapsaddle and Helen Thomp- Play Glren at. P.-T, A. Meet— The first P.-T. A. meeting this fall was held Monday night at the riigh school auditorium, and the first event on the program was installation of officers by Supt. J. F. Ovemyer, as follows: Mrs. S. A. Worster, president; C. R. La Barre, vice president; Dora Carson, local teacher, secretary; Mrs. A. A. Bishop, treasurer. Miss Careon and Mrs. Bishop gave reports on last year's work, and the Rev. A. S. Hueser spoke on the purposes of the P.-T. A. This was followed by a piano selection by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. After membership cards had been passed, a play, Campaign Mammas, directed by Mrs. D. D. Paxson, was given. The cast consisted of Ella Thompson, Mrs. L. G. Baker, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, Mrs. A. E. Michel, Alice R-ist, 'Dorothy Sellstrom, and Helen Goeders. The program was concluded with community. . singing directed by Grace Miller, instructor in the local schools, and a'social hour then took place in the gymnasium. The next meeting will be held the first Monday night in November. Taylor's, Algona, in honor latter's sister Mrs. J. W. Bates' 74th birthday. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bates, Des Moines; Messrs, and Mesdames S. B. Bates and the William Giffords, Lone Rock; Messrs, and Mesdames J. F. Harvey, Elmer Phillips, Charles Green, a son of Mr. Green, C. A. Samson, daughter Dorothy, and son Victor, all of Algona. The honoree also received callers at her home during the day. . ,,Ft, Podge-Algona llrid^c, Foursome Mrs. J. L. Bonaiv entertained iia contract bridge foursome: consisting of Mrs. Delbert Potter, a : Mrs. Marsh, a Mrs.,Frederick,-and a Mrs. Simmons, fill of Fort Dodge, a't luncheon and bridge last Thursday. Mrs. L. C. Nugent, Mrs. A. D. Adams, Mrs. H. AV. Pletch, and Mrs. Bonar played contract against the visiting women and won. A week ago lost Thursday the same Algona foursome was entertained at Fort Dodge and also won. son, Burt girls, to Cedar Saturday for a visit till Rapids Sunday HJg'lnvny Employe Hero Married— Emmet Jackman, who for the last few years has been in the employ of the state highway commission here, was married Saturday morning at 10:30 to Helen George, Graettinger, by the Rev. -Father John Kelly, of the Immaculate Conception church, Graettinger, The couple was attended by Alice George, sister of the bride, ' and James W. Fay, Emmetsburg. After the service a wedding breakfast was served to the bridal pair, relatives, and friends at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S.' Georgei The bride attended the State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and had taught music and art in the West Union schools the^last three years. The bridegroom; who attended Columbia college, Dubuque, is the son of P. C. Jackman, Emmetsburg. After a wedding tour, in southern and eastern Iowa, the -'newly-weds will be at home-in an apartment at Mrs. E. J. Skinner's. • They were expected yesterday. Ulrtliiliiy Forty Is Given— Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Walters entertained at dinner last week Tuesday night In honor of their son Durwood's third birthday anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert, daughter Minnie, son Otto, Mrs. Helen AV alters, daughter Geneva, Mary Gappa, and Mildred Fox- sen, all of Whittemoe. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert and Mrs. Helen Walters are.Durwood's grandparents. "Aux" Executive Board Meets— The Legion Auxiliary county executive board Held a quarterly meet- Ing at Burt Tuesday with Mrs. L. H. Schenck, county chairman. A school of instruction was held under the direction of Mrs. Sadie Denton, Titonka. There were 18 present, and all eight units in the county were represented. Each unit will receive a repprt of the meeting at its next regular meeting. nigrht with Rachel's grandmother, Mrs. W. F. Main. 'Saturday night the three girls attended a Tau Kappa -Epsilon fraternity dance. Helen, who attended Coe college last year, remained for a week with friends, tor's mother, who had been Visiting her mother, returned Sunday. H. ,T. Thompson arrived from Los Angeles last Thursday for his annual visit and found that his first duty was to attend the funeral of 'his old friend, OT. W. Wehler. Mr. Thompson, who hailed from Whittemore when he 'Served on the board of supervisors, still keeps his official residence 'in Kossuth ' county and votes here. His connection with Bimini Springs, Los Angeles, continues, and ihe also still has a ranch some distance from the city, besides a 160-acre farm west of Burt.... He wlil, as .usual, be here for some weeks. Roy and Erick Strom came down from Elmore Monday to see their uncle, Erick Strom Sr., and sister Sigrid, who' clerks at the Goeders store. The "boys' parents have a small farm -at -the edge of Elmore. There are four sons and two daughters in the family, but only the other girl Is at 'home. Roy Is bookkeeper for a fruit, company at Brawley, Calif., and a brother Arnold is in the employ of the same company, Erick .works for the Henkel Construction Co., at present working in Illinois, and the remaining brother is bookkeeper at "Mason City. The Rev. W. H. Lease, who was at Sioux City all last week, attending the Northwest Iowa Methodist conference, reports that Governor Roosevelt probably made no votes there, and may have lost some. An audience of many thousands greeted him, but half of it had melted away before the governor's speech was ended. Sioux 'City was immensely disappointed "because, after arrangements had been made to entertain the governor tooth day and evening, Omaha butted 'hi and stole him for the day, which delayed his arrival at Sioux City tin night, . 'In last week's Lotts Creek appeared a paragraph saying that inasmuch as the Whittemore -Lutheran .klttenball team had failed to appear for a scheduled game Lotts Creek Sunday, September at 25, bl? £eo C. Lotts Creek claimed the championship. George Schraltz, Whittemore manager, who lives six miles west of Algona, aeks a small correction, He says his team failed to appear because of a funeral and that he notified the Lotts Creekers the day before; also his team to ready to play another date, -This game, if played, will be the rubber, Whittemore having won once and Lotts Creek once. In official proceedings of the board of supervisors -for September 12 published today the assessments against railway, exptess, -telephone, telegraph, electric, -and Pullman lines operating in Kosautih, county appear. This includes rural telephone lines. Any' owner of an interest in a rural telephone line in the county may turn to the 'tables and find out his company's total assessment and the assessment by mile. Then by turning to th? county levy table and mu,ltipying the total assessment by the total state and county levies (30.4 mills) he can ascertain the amount of the tax. Phelps, of Portland township, and son-in-law, C. E. Moore, who lives across the road, were Algona visitors 'last 'Thursday. More than 30 years ago Mr. Phelps was blinded in an accident, but he did not let the misfortune prevent him from making good. WitJj his wife, a daughter of the late C. P. Stow, Burt, and his children he has for many years carried, on the farm success of It. Mrs. - but and made Moore is there are two eons at borne, Bernard and WiBis. Bernard is married, and he and. his wife hav^ * their baby. . Mrs. PbeJps, Is 5, "sj^tei? "oJE County Recover ^Hjrft' 'fains- Bernard Phelp.s makes a. epfelgity of purebred poultry, .v Federated Clubs Meet Here— The County Federation of Woman's clubs was entertained Tuesday at the Methodist church by the South Creeco, Union, and Four Corners Mothers and Daughters clubs, the Plum Creek A business meeting was held at 10 o'clock, and at noon luncheon was served in tbe church dining room. The table decorations consisted of garden flowers in pumpkins. The afternoon program follows: Vocal solo, Mrs. H. C. Frederick, accompanied by Catherine McCall; talk on Child Hygiene, Helen Needles, of the state department, of health; vocal solo, Bernice Wilson, accompanied by Mrs. Allan Bishop; one-act play, Our Aid Society; piano duet, Margaret Blossom and Cath'er- ine McCall. The next meeting will be held the first Tuesday In March at Swea City, and the entertainment will be a pageant. One hundred thirty women registered here. Watanyans Open Fall Meeting's— The Watanyans met for the first time this fall Monday night at Mrs, Anna March's. Hereafter they meet every Monday night. Last summer the club had a picnic once a month. The after-dinner program consisted of a business meeting at which President Mary Mitchell presided. The members have begun service work, and have made two quilts.' They are supplying one 'needy family with coal this winter- There are 15 members: Minnie J. Coate, Adah Carlson, Laura Mitchell, Mary Mitchell, Stella Mae Breen, Irene Voight, Bertha Johnson, Flora Tiss, Amy Johnson, Anna Buss, Dora Carson, Helen Johnson, Lillian Granzow, Mabel Olson, and Lura Sanders. Ilotary Party Monday Jffcht— The Rotarians and their Anna had a luncheon and bridge party Monday evening at, the C. C. clubhouse, A conflicting P.-T. A. meeting at the high school building • '.kept a few away and caused -departure after dinner by a few more. At intervals during dinner Joel Herbst,.with G. Ray Smith at the piano, led In Rotary songs. There was no program, but President Geo. W. Godfrey spoke briefly. "After dinner bridge was played at ten tables, and winners were F. D. Mathes, Mrs. Al Falkenhainer, and Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Kent. Hostesses were Mesdames Melzar Falkenhainer, .W, H. Cum- mlngs, arid W. W. Sullivan. R. H. Miller was committee chairman in charge. • Methodist W. H, M. S. luncheon— The Methodist W. H, M. S. held a dues-paying luncheon at the church last Thursday, and after lunch the following program was given: violin solo, Mrs. Agnes 'Austin Voh's, of West Bend; vocal duet, Mrs. H. C. Frederick and Mrs. A, E. Michel; short talk, a Mrs. Benson, Manly; pageant, Challenge of the Cross, cast: a Mrs, Westbrook, Manly, representing Evangeland, and six dte- ciples; Mesdames H. V- 'Hull, F. L. Thorpe, Merle Schwietert, E. C, Handier, George Johnson, Lewis Link. Vivian Wathem, Ottosen, then sang a vocal selection. There were SO women in attendance. Eastern Star Benefit Given— , An Eastern Star' benefit bridge and dancing party was given at "the Masonic Temple Friday night. Bridge was played at 16 tables, Mrs. P. J. Walflron and G, D. Brundage winning the high scores. After bridge lunch was served, and the rest of the evening was spent at dancing, The committee in charge was: Mesdames P. C. Mahan, M. J- MoCall, !P. E. and M, A. Bartholomew, ji. W. Horfgaa, Casey LJMJS, George St. John, D. D. Monlux, Raymond Anderson, all of Algona,, a,nd Carl Eherts, Whlttemore, and T Boys' , SCHOOL 8HIBVS Good. ma&e. to Olson, Drusffl^ CaugWjto, and • Thjsre w«^ »jfem% djpfjp. ' ; . The Annual * «tfe'- - «f j,..-; 4( Fall Fashion Showing and Sale - OF — Ibrecht Saint PauP Friday, October 7th On this one day only with an Alforecht Representative in charge you will have an opportunity of seeing a larger, finer stock of furs than most cities' furriers ever show. and at prices cheaper than you have seen in 25 years. You will do well to take advantage of this special showing and may we ask you to tell your friends about this display to Christensen Bros. Co. "Algona's Garment Center" Fairmont Couple Wed Here— At the local Trinity Lutheran parsonage Tuesday at 1:45 Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jphn 'Ask, and Viola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moeller, both of Fairmont, Minn, were married by the Key. P. J Braner. Mrs. Walter Will and Mrs Fred Jacob were legal' witnesses The couple will live at Fairmont where the bridegroom is in business Project Meeting Is Held— Mrs. Paul Leaverton, H. D. A. conducted a woman's Farm Bureau project meeting at the Bancroft schoolhouse last Thursday at which eight townships were represented by 46 women. Home storage of fruits and vegetables was studied. Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Lakota, county woman's chairman, gave a report on Kossuth activities at the state fair. D. A. R.'s to Have Luncheon— The D. A. R. will meet next Tuesday afternoon for a one o'clock luncheon at Mrs. C. B. Murtagh's; assisting hostesses, Mrs. J. A. Raney, Mrs. J. O. Paxso^i. Roll call will he answered with current events, and talk on life in Washington will -be given by Mrs. L. J. Dickinson. To Install Weiv Officers— The fLegion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow evening at the Legion hall, when newly elected officers •will tie -'installed. Mrs. TV H. Webster, Humeston, will be in charge of 'installation, and Mrs. -L. W. Fox's aiv'is'ion -of the social hour. Are You Going to Buy a New Range This Fall?! We can sell you a Senco Range ^^^^ -for— Husking hooks and mitts. ' f< Kohlhaas Hardware BLOOM'S LES OF VALUE! »•»«»••«»»«»»«•«••••»• Boys' school caps, all sizes- 25c Women's lovely HATS As smart as smart can be. All colors, of course and pleasingly priced _-Another group -- plenty large sizes— $1,49 One Group of Children's SCHOOL SHOES Best makes. Every pair guaranteed, now, only - 69c SOTS' OXFORDS Black or brown, solid leather, Come early and get your piclj: of thia 98c HEX'S WOBK SHOES All slzee, pair ,$1,29 Men's UNION SUITS Long legs, long sleeves, 49e High grade ladies' new Fall novelty Footwear. Suedes, kids, pumps, spike heels, Cuban heels, These are $3,95 values. Our price Boys' 14-in. high cut shoes, only $2,98 Men's best grade work shirts 89c P. and G. Soap, 10 bars, no strings 27c Mason Jar Caps, dozen 19c Fruit Jar Rubbers double lip, 9 doz, 95c Brooms, 50c values g5c Men's or boys' week, 'pair work gloves, this Boys' all wool Bla?ers, just right for " school , — _ ------------------ 98c Men's wool Shirts and heavy wool sweaters, broken sizes, $3.50 to $5.QO values, phoice Men's 2rpc. underwear, fall weight 89c Potatoes, peck —,—,._, —.,1400 Men's or boys' lined jackets, best niake -_..___ T ____,,_ 98c ' silk hose, fall cpjors, pair : Rack-ladles' and misses tall bats ^, ^^PP^^j^^^f ^^^ffr ^^P^ ^PWVPP« ^^i^, HUSKIJfG GtOVES Double thumb, Boss make, Dozeij—-— Ladles' or Touiig- Girls' OXFOBPS Solid leather, plenty of ...$1,49 Men's Fall and Winter CAPS Think of buying 1 a cap at such low prices as these, and they are exceptionally well made Z Men's heavy . ' JKBSE* SWEATEES 3oatsty}e. Thfo swea er should gel) tot |14» Qu.r price Heaters from $18 up 12 gauge shells only 67c. Hunting coats at a low price Follow the crowds to Bloom's. Everyone is taking advantage of the values we are offering. Bloom's values are better by test, & Bloom's prices lower by comparison — .ALL THIS WEEK- Boys' heavy <taee*\ or ribbe4 if

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