Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1933 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1933
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as fabric like ittls —^^SSSgg^^Mi^M JLOCALS KOSSUTH ALOQNA. IOWA FOB ESTHER FBAHZEH M r 6r mni!en ' ^rttor of ' * nd A(lolalde ITanaon, who w «* Wednesday, w« s born r W * llc » ran ! Cnm ° WIth a «on PAGE ppip^ lv"K«'ttiT.vv •V..'ti'4M.«i»Y. c-'tnn.rt f! .o;;;;iV" ( ;;' cp , (i ' e!irs '^wheT", e<1 to Ke ^^y, web., «'» *Pn rs "","«! , h hfa cyc «. »™linln WEIS f ° U1 " and "vcd there of hta n B " t "l5" fiS< V m -"• ™«'to A,** 11 '"- T he famllv then came •~ fcoRUei'S" rri^"»^ Gtheyliav ° since neighborhood from Ackley. ! ( ,.^ f ^ eurfored with nervous • H £e h b^v^ ^-tew -j ••.rUnVs; ... , -V "• «nnrt r< of the book, Tropical Winter' Joseph Hergefihelmer, on Moines Register's book day. Mrs. J. H. (Bailey, Spencer and her daughters Jeunno and spent Saturday and Mrs. - worse, and she was taken to •son, ten ^^F^*^ ^ She T "" W. cd. .'on n In <«id Mrs. i VC rsi (Besides in in had at the I man, and : ney, O f J. r to the! °" "!ReV Grace Loebig, Loeblg, Helen Thomp- in charge of *- farm nm,- wi,tt. •""•«;«, on a T , ~ " " u " c " ar Ke of the l.v she w WhlUcmol-e ' Till recent-I " ev : C ' V ' Hu "«e were held at the Hblt/hiii ,i a .. nartne "' of Elizabeth; hodlst cn U''ch Friday, and Inter- Wi'e f-h f 1 '"'"'ncry business m ° nt was matj e in Rlverview. I'ne (.liHsfetiNpn ..»„,._ - tv, I ' <" •WONDER the FAMOUS HON•FASHION JURY SELECTED IT V NEWEST HONOR FASHION I* Sews easily—makes up beautifully~washes and wears as only the soflest pure cotton can. Why not get the Honor dress pattern (Butterick 5004 too?—and make yourself this lovely Honor Fashion. IEIBOEDEBS co. J? M ^*'^ M "™^^**^^^^^^"^^^^ MI ^* [pedals I. box Soda Crackers 18c Iger Snaps and Fig Bars, Fibs 25c |ge bottle of Catsup __10c ill Lux Flakes 3 pkgs. 25c let Soap, 3 bars for __10c le full of canned V6ge- ibles, per can lOc lull line of Fresh Fruits Vegetables. p handle Chas. Hewitt's I of Groceries. le redeem Tone's Coffee Jpons given away at Cook- fSchool. bP PRICE FOR EGGS UODENSEN& CO, [Phones 138 and 139. WE DELIVER :omi My Shoppe •Leo Pox, three mlle« west of Ti- . „, tonka, announces a sale of 13 milk «M f Uln(lar < 1 Oil Service cows, a few good horses, and otiherl^i nte> nioctf "e was held livestock tomorrow. Col C O •"••• I Kona h °tel 1,-i.s't «.„„!, „ die will b e auctioneer. ' ' ' , The Modern Woodm reports allowance of a cate on the life of the Late'Al enhalner and a *40o policy on une Hfe of the late C. F. R uskc> Fonto " ne The O. E. s. will entertain at a benefit bridge and dancing party at the Masonic Temple Saturday even«"" * .regular meeting o f the O. E. . i tenda ; W ° from Humboldt. and Mrs. Prank Koepk e , The high school basketball squad was defeated by 13mmetsburg on the i totter a floor Friday evening, 31-28 I The locals tuned to get started and ; the score, at the half was 187 against them. Mrs. E. L. DeZellar entertained her bridge club Saturday night, and the high scores were won by Mrs W. A. Barry and .Mrs. O. W Wick'-' eon. Mrs. Phil Kohlnaas was guest of the club. years since the Koepkes' left Mr. Koeplce died at Des and "Mrs. Koopke now lives Her daughters Joy and June both married.- June - 8 .husband • farmer near ~~ lives at AND WESLEY GIRL WEDDED Wesley, Feb. 28 — -Leona Mary, lughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edw! wimman, and Bernard Hum, Al- ffona, were married at St. Joseph's parsonage at 2:30 Sunday afternoon, the bride's pastor, the Rev. Father Wagner, officiating. The couple was attended by Herman Lyon, Algona, and Eether Neuroth The bridal party had dinner with the bride's parents, and a wedding supper was served at the home of the bridegroom's sister at Corwith Mr. and Mrs. Hum live on a farm south of Algona. old. R2 ' ""marled, GIRLS AWARDED PRIZES OFFERED BY WOMAN'S CLUB Mildred Wright won first prize and Ruth Robinson second prize, in an essay contest sponsored by the woman's club recently. The essays were written on the life of Theodore Roosevelt and were judged by Mrs. Members of all Kossuth Legion Auxiliary unite are invited to attend a conference next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the man hall, Wesley. Tho Auxiliary will entertain. Donald JTutehins, Isabel berg, and Chrlsftena Gould n^rc^T^ ° f t " b -cuio S isiH.E.Woo5«^; W .hU^ r rM:7 ^v^hLi been :; ic ;r nl / a1 ' wher * ^. c ^-^ *«• B. H. cow ^ cen a patient since December \yill be read by the winners before the club Tues- Be sure to attend the i Kossuth County A dvance COOKING SCHOOL and funera -. *,<-.!•!.<U^LT^U —"- ••^-"•~i- uLwiuif^ \JL L'nt; tJiUD J UGS~ Trinity Lutheran tlay . March 10. Five dollars was of- afternoon, and bur- fercd for first prize, .$2.50 for sec" " was'°nd. Wesley Green- repre sented Algona in a preliminary state ' ^ slsl declamatory contest at Lakota last' s at night. There wore also contestants from Ledyard and Lakata. Mi-s. Russell Weaver entertained 20 women at bridge last week Wednesday afternoon in honor of Mra. Carl Wester, who recently moved here. The high score was won by Mrs. J. W. Little. Mrs. (H. E. Sorstedt is spending a few weeks with her sister at Des Molnes and her parents, Mr. and 'Mra. Wm. Walter, who live with the sister. She will also visit at iTidlanola and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Paul .Dettman, of Portland township, entertained •born October 5, e to .this country whenlie was After a few years at Chicago be e_to Kossuth and had lived in neighborhood evei Alfred Pall 'Schulte, » - --o Cr ' Mrs ' W..H be. Wolfgram ^, ?, lm> Alex Sale at Lone Rock. 'There will be a "community day sale" at Lone Rock next Tuesday, conducted by (Hading, Gross, & Roderick, managers, with N. L. Cotton as clerk and .Fred Flaig as auction- Horn e Fair ., and Frank Sohallln. John SchalHn, '• Carl eer. T^velve horses, 22 cattle ' '" ..... ihogs, CO chickens, two sheep, ' and many items of farm machinery are listed. The'county federation of woman's c ubs will meet at the local Methodist church next Tuesday at 10-45 a- i». At noon a covered-dish luncheon win be 6erved> At 2 o , c]ock the following program will be given by 'tne local woman's club, Hie throo ' "'"" B " L •"-""' "• o-year-oia federated clubs at (Lu Ver™ , i mare sold at * 9 ' 1( and another mare fv,_ itr f, m ~ vi_rne, and a t $51. r.n\\-a. Vnv>ti^T,.f tin *. * nf . Nelson Sale Success. The W. C. Nelson farm sale last week Wednesday drew a big crowd and was a success. A brought $150, a' of gray the W. C. T. U., with Mrs. H. u. ^VocKkvard, Whlttemore, as chairman: America the Beautiful, club I Jlllllm.r.. .. . ' ^»«« at $51. Cows brought $30 to $35; chickens, 44c. The farm machinery brought good prices. C. O. chorus; prelude, Mrs. Alan rl <* Croquisnole $f, or 2 for *S >Slllral -.10.00 -W or 2 for 96 60c - 89c • 8h <« hair 9&n ' '°ng hair 86 »^ampoo & Finger Wave n fCUL MB WEKK ONLY ' •«« linger Wave ____50c T-,. . *'• —«"v., ..no. ^viiin Bishop; reading, Alice Rist; violin xuicutiiu 'lownsnip, entertained ?? ' tlie Rev ' ' A - H. Hueser; talk, neighbors Saturday night in honor Vf 6 of lLpf sure Time, Otto B. Laing, of the John Mahoneys, who were' V' " a Wi S - Principal; quartette, moving away. Cards, music, and Jl u Vornp cluta; piano selection, jigsaw puzzles furnished entertain-; • H ' Cl- etzmeyer; organ Mrs. ment. Bishop. Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf returned to M , r ' and ' Mrs - Chester Fitch drove her home at Chicago Sunday night, Minneapolis one day last week after an extended visit with her took wfth them Lillian Nord- daughter, Mrs. D. H. Goeders. A re- strom ' slst er of Mrs. (Fitch. In Min- por't in last week's Advance that she "? anolis the y Visited another sister, nad returned a week ago Sunday , ' Ij> Fl Han ' e y, who came here night was In error. j wltn them Monday. The 'Fitcihes ^ r ^ .' too ' k Mrs. Hanley back Tuesday Mrs. N. C. Rice, returned Tuesday Mrs. Hanley is a daughter-in-law of 1 from Eagle Grove, where she at- | Jack Hanley, who worked in the tended the funeral of her brother, J^outh sde restaurant here some Claude Mlddlefcon. Monday. Her yeans ago, but at present is man- niece, Margaret Middleton, daughter j ager of an organized unemployed of the deceased, came here with association at Minneapolis Scrip Mrs. Rice for a vi«It. In the absence of the pastor, the W. H. If. 8. will give a missionary money is used, and the unemployed are given meals at cost under supervision of the city. The elder w. n. M. is. will give a missionary ' — "•• """ *-"••>• *»» eiaer play at the Methodist church at the . nnleys are Parents of three sets hour for morning services next Sun- <)C twins ' T he Fitches recently mov- i iv,, f work e »tltles 1 '^trait of one or two FRIENDS COSTOMORS- our a »- week w e only for cash. that all coal s 'ast w m o n for em u Wl11 save any to^ mbarra ssment to hour for morning services next Sunday, and In the evening the Young Married Folks' S. S. class will conduct a gospel team' service. The Maurice Cullene. who had been with Maurice's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cullen, Whittemore, since late la.st fall, moved Sunday to Charles City, where Maurice 1» now service man at a Ford garage. Mrs. Cullen is the former T«reea Strelt. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson are parents of.their second child, a girl, born last Thursday. The other child Is a boy. .Mr. Thompson is a Mll- 119 g i j|im, waukee railway postal clerk, and Mrs. Thompson was Cora Coon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Coon who operate the cook shop on eas State. Lois and Myrl Inman, the forme of Estherville, the latter of Roches :er, Minn., called on relatives am old, friends nere Tuesday. Lois ha been bookkeeper for the Esthervilli "ireamery since she left here seven years ago, and Myrl is taking nurse's training at St. Mary's hos Jltal, Rochester. Mr. and, Mrs. Ralph Brown, County ' Auditor and Mrs. E. J. Butler Mrs. Howard Carey, Mrs. Ann Zitt- dit^ch, and Mrs. Nellie Van Allen spent Sunday night at Fort Dodge with the James Aliens, who observed their seventh wedding anniversary. The Aliens recently moved to Fort Dodge from Algona. Kathleen Holtzbauer, Lorrairte Tierney, and Alice Behlmer spent Sunday %t Maeon City, guests of the Bernard Tierneye. Lorraine is a brother of Bernard, Kathleen bookkeeper and-cashier at the Chrlsten- sen store, Lon-aJne is employed at the Iowa State bank, and Alice, who tougWt In. tne east last year, is at home. Mrs, W. A. White and her son Donald got home Tuesday from Los Angeles, where Donald has been Working In the credit department of a men's clothing store. He has not home before in more than five years. Mrs. White went to Cali- lornla In the holidays and has been seeping toouse for him. They drove to iwva. Mrs. Edythe Dailey moved yes- -erday ,to a tenant house owned by T. p. Harrington on east Kennedy ~" ' 6h« 3&a4 been living in the ed to Algona from Nebraska, Opal M. Biggs, niece of Mrs. W. H. Freeman, came home Monday from Chamberlain, S. D., wbe're she nursed two elderly ladies, typhoid fever patients, who recovered. Thirty persons died during an epidemic. Between cases three teachers, friends, entertained Opal a week. Before Christmas an uncle of Opal's former roommate in nurses' training, drove from Presho, S. D., to Britton, S. D., and back, 300 miles to take her to her roommate's home for a two weeks visit. Opal had nursed a woman during and following a critical major operation till recovery at Britton and two patients at Hankinson, N. D. 'From January till June, 1932, she attended college at 'Berrlen Springs, Mich. Her roommate there offered to pay her expenses during the summer as companion on a trip to Detroit and Canada, but instead Opal visited relatives at Hankinson. [Exceptionally So] THE OIUGDTA1 NICKLESS Only 5c A S MUCH as is possible of the nicotine has been removed from tobacco used in the Nickless cigar — thereby assuring a cool mild and appealing smoke. Especially recommended for excessive smokers, but also favored by many who find other cigars too strong for them. THY A BOX, and you'll notice the difference— all In your favor. Any Algona deal- f« er can get them for you. f aiaoniaaoaonri r Laird & McCullough FUNERAL DIKECTOBS ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 521 »+»+»»»»»*»»+++»+«•••»»••••«»«»««»••«+»»•»»«»+! Conducted by Gladys Looney Home Economist — at the Bryant Auditorium * This Week Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 2 p. m. WE DO OUB OWN iJiJTS DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algon^, Iowa «™ Begins Today ^ Many Prizes Will Be Awarded

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