Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1933 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1933
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1683. CALS « italic* and >er son Saturday from Jind been ««. Kenneth Stack, o* £," their son John went "" — «-— J «», after a parents, the news of and Julia Monday from week- Canton S. D, and at Mr- UBIHU»> "• —•• r. i it,. The Gormans visited 1/Cantort while Julia was tlley « r - Gorman IB 1 She city light plant, son report* that he and Tom Trenary, have " m8 rket 100 Herefords last x August Hutchison's . farm near Hurt. They PC cattle In South Dakota. n P Doyle, Minneapolis, 1 week with Mrs. Nellie Her son Daniel, also of iiiils who had driven to , t« meet his wife, who had [Washington, D. C., stopped ay and took his mother 0. Nugent and her r Elizabeth went to Chicago I nWkt for ten days with ert son William. Elizabeth „,« a vacation from her du- ItbeAlgona Insurance Agen- Ham is head of a veterans' I'M L. GHmore Is expected [from Cedar Kapids, where it Saturday to visit with an ll( l her sister, Mrs. J.D.Kies- laron Springs, N. Y., who is r there. Mrs. Kiester Is a r Algona girl, and was tnar- l, Blossom took his daughter ; to Cedar Falls Saturday, ,„„' Sunday. Margaret Is at- j summer school at the I. S. land living with aunts. 'Mrs. went to Fairbanks Blossoms and returned ..•.Blossom. ' ' idora Larson, who was oper- i at the Kossuth hospital for eltls two weeks ago Mdn- j taken home Sunday. She Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. rson, and her father Is em- l at the Haggard & Falken- r oflices. R.'Mawdsley left yester- • San Mateo, .Calif., where ll-BpenddwB-months "with-her )r, H. I/. Mawdsley, who has I medicine and surgery i years or .more. The dpc- rled a Chicago girl, anc lave two sons. , Momyer and his son Johr ; Thursday and Friday at attending a two-day i of the Iowa Title associa- Ir. Momyer was elected I of the executive commjt- Keit year the meeting will toe [it Sioux City. .and Mrs. Frank Capesius Evelyn and Irene, anc , Walker were at Chero- rlday, attending Junior col •commencement exercises in ^Mildred, daughter of Mr. and was graduated 1 fron 1 year course. Mary Pauline and Sister lia, La Crosse, Wis., went week Wednesday, after t ifith the formers' parents, i Mrs. Philip Scfremel. Sister ' ullne, the former Margaret came to attend the 60th r anniversary of her parents i ago Monday. toed OeOraw got home Friday Cedar Falls, where she ' wring the past year. Mil"11 spend the sumnier with ms. She expects to attend Mtury of Progress' exwosi- will return to teach at Us in the (all. 'jtojfregatlonalists will ob| Children's day at Sunday am Sunday. The junior II sing, and the primary "II give a demonstration. if of readings and musical mil also be given,- and ch choir will sing. .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. • Oetwinkle, has finished a £/«» training course in nurs- Mayo hospital. Four 1 another daughter, Gene, " ed there and won a After graduation she J a position of surgical su- »J and[instructor at Mercy which she the week before to attend an operetta in which Elizabeth took part Maxine Momyer, Chicago, arrived last Thursday for three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. c. A Momyer. She is employed In the Newberry research library. Mrs Margaret Colt, Chicago, and her son Jack will go home this weekend, after several weeks with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Momyer. , Three tonsllectomy operations have be<Sn performed at the Kossuth hospital; Marjorie Mitchell and Donald -Parsons, Algona, and Oliver McDonald, Hurt. Mrs. Elmer Phillips, Algona, had an operation for goiter Tuesday; Mrs. Frank Sterling, a major operation; and rma. Dee iRoupe operation. an appendicitis EOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA week Wednesday ? days of fishing at Winneblgoshish in northern s had gone to the was cnnri Satun ! ay betor e. Fishing hnn,! 0 ^'! 9p ?. cla "y » n the last few Llnnan bad s reported that L. B. never fished before, .C. H. Swanson and Harold Blinkman drove to Des iMolnes Sunday to ;et Mrs. Swanson and, the daughter Rosalie, who went there Decoration lay with iMr. Swanson's sister, Mrs. Harry Powell and her husband, who had spent the day here. Mr. Swanson is the new A. & P. manager here, and Harold is a clerk in .he store. The M. T. McGuires have moved o their farm north of Bancroft, >ut their house on north Phillips has not been rented, as the family will return in the fall to remain till spring. M. T., who is a road grading contractor, is at present completing a job near Estherville, after which his crew will return to ;his county. * Mrs. R. H. Quinby, Los Angeles, is at Granger, visiting two sisters. Mrs. Qulnby's family, which consists of six sisters and a brother, will have a family reunion there sometime in June, after which Mrs. Quinby is expected here for a visit with the E. J. Murtaghs. The Quin- toys moved to California some ten years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Aibner Long, daughter Arbadee, and son Jack drove to Grinnell Friday to attend the graduation of Doris Long from Grinnell college. 'Doris will teach school at Nora Springs next year. The Longs returned Monday, and Doris came Tuesday with Kathryn Misbach, of Fairmont, cousin of Kathryn Misbach, Algona. Relatives and friends of Dr. and Mrs. Li. G. iBaker were here Sunday for a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call State park: Mrs. Baker's mother, Mrs. Mary Lucas, brother C. C. Lucas, his wife, and sister, Mrs. H. H. Stewart, her hvrsband a doctor, all of Kanawha; Mr. and Mrs. George Faber, Chicago; and the Victor Vlomgrens, Kanawha. Opal Morrison, Lu Verne music teacher, will leave for Marquette Mich., next Tuesday for six weeks fish caught by the party. Eleanor Backus began work as reporter for the Upper Des Moines Monday. Sho was graduated from irse at the Stephens for girls, Columbia, Mo., Tuesday, and was by her parents, Mr. Backus, and the ,!„,, mu „ Beth Iast Thursday. The Backuses went to Columbia a week ago Sunday for graduation exercises at the college and then spent a day at Dubuque with relatives en route home. Kate Skinner took her mother, Mrs. B. J. Skinner, sister, Mrs. Frank Seeley, and the latter's daughter Joan to Keokuk Friday, ami there they were met by Mrs. Skinner s son Fred, of Springfield, Hi., whom they accompanied home for a month's visit. Kate returned as far as Iowa city, where she is attending summer school at the university and studying for a master s degree. She.had charge Saturday of nine Lu Verne school children who took state academic tests. Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer and Mrs. 'orrest Twogood spent Saturday md Sunday at Iowa City, and Mrs. ^alkenhainer, who is a graduate of he university Nurse's school, at- encled a class reunion. During heir stay the Algonlans were tuests of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Wiliams, former Algonians. Mrs. L. Nugent, who had spent a week at Des Moines and Cedar Rapids, came home with them Sunday night. Mrs. Nugent visited her brother, S. D. Quarton, at Cedar Rapids. Four Algona scouts, Robert Nolte, Harlan Frank!, Wayne Moore, and William Turner, were ;uests of the Algona Rotary club Monday noon and gave part of the program. They demonstrated the scout flag salute, recited the scoul oath of allegiance to the flag, anc read a questionnaire on "the correcl uses of the flag on various occasions.- P. A. Danson, former scqu master, accompanied the boys and was introduced by W. H. Godden prog(am chairman. Mr. Danson in turn, introduced the scouts. The partnership between J. A Brownell and R. W. Horigan in the Brownell Shoe company was dis solved June 1, and Mr. Horigan wil retire soon. Mr. Brownell and his son Roy will continue the (business It is .now almost 40 ;years since Mr. Brownell purchased the stor from the late William Cordingley taking charge Februray 4,1894, anc Roy has been with the store dur ing the last five or six years. Mr R. R. Kennedy spent 1 th th6 T. C. ShV ? he "nan went home night to returns . u whepe she Bended M f daa Bhter JJoro- Mrs. Sherman left ast week Tuesday and Mrs. Be , Omaha, where he . aduated from the laws college. «o to jowa City ^k, and next Mon^ te bar e *an»«na<* MT. and tatb. Oxford; - and Cullen, Charles and o,,n with the Anton Cullen and Mrs. fiuy IBM store. •'• V Ness reuni °ns at the state we ' k - en <*. Mr. Bo. raauate <* *to "b- *<uitr.i s mr - * Van aN S^ ee ?,' ^e lav was ?X8?iMr 4y ^ § I 1 *** S^s&S* 8 ! of summer school in the Michigan Northern State Teachers college Her brothers Mervin and "Woodrow Sarchet live there. Mervin travels and "Woodrow attends college Opal will return August 1, and til' school reopens at Lu Verne will be the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Vallo Naudaln. Mrs'. F. H. 'Frederickson, Greal 'Falls, Mont., who is the former Helen Dickinson, and a son arrived Saturday to spend the rest of the summer with the former's mother Mrs. E. C. Dickinson. Mrs. Freder- Ickson's mother-in-law, Mrs Charles 'Frederickson, and sister- in-law, Mrs. Clark Lane, with the latter's husband, all of Humboldt were here Sunday. Helen's husband Is credit manager in a. department store, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wright returned . last Thursday from severa days at Des Moines with Mr Wright's mother and sister. They spent Memorial day at Slgourney Mrs. Wright's old home and also visited other points In southern Iowa. Yesterday they left for Chicago for two weeks as guests o£ a brother of Mr. AVright, and will attend the Century of Progress exposition. En route home they will stop at Davenport. Last Thursday was the 20th anniversary of .the establishment of the Kohlhaas Bros, garage, and P. J; Kohlhaas, who had charge of the program at the Kiwanis club noon luncheon last Thursday, recalled some of the events of that time. He then introduced R. B. Waller, who gave a resume of American newspaper history from the days of the personal journalism of 'Bennett, Dana, and Pulitzer to the present huge chains of Hearst and Scripps- Hpward. Doctors C. D. Schuap, F. E. Sawyer, John Kenefick, and Attorneys L. E. Wnnan and G. D. Shunmay Theodore will then come to Algona and enter the practice with his father. The year old son Theodore Jr. remained at Iowa City over the week-end with his father. Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, celebrated its annual mission fes- ival 'Sunday. Services were held oth forenoon and afternoon. The Rev. G. F. Schlei, Llvennore, reached in the forenoon; the Rev. i. D. Discher, Whittemore, in Eng- sh in the afternoon. The church, i which new windows have been nstalled by the Aid, was decorat- d with cut flowers. A large audi- nce attended the festival. A wom- n's quartet, the school children, ml the choir helped with the ser- Ices. At the conclusion of the fternoon service the Rev. P. J. Jraner, pastor, presenetd diplomas o four graduates of the parish chool. Mrs, C. D. Fellows came home om California recently, but is pending the summer with her aughter, Mrs. R. J. Keen, east of own, her Algona home being rent- d. She went to the . coast last )ctober and spent the winter with he other daughter, Esther, who ives in Hollywood, and is advertls- ng manager for the Hollywood rtarvel Products Co. Esther has een with the company five years, 'hree years' ago the headquarters were moved from Des Moines to Hollywood. The company manu- actures a line of cosmetics, and isther Is practically in charge of he business offices. She' has an apartment home in Hollywood. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wilson, Long Beach, Calif., were here on Memor- al day. They are spending the ummer with their daughter, Mrs. iYank Warner, Des Moines, but Brownell till recently spent mos of his time on the road for a rob her company. The store is contin uing a reorganization sale over tin Capacity days. Mrs. Theodore Hutchison and he daughter Helen Sue came Saturda' from Iowa City for a week-end visi with the former's parents, Mr. an Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, and the A Hutchisons. She and the baby wil come here late in June, when a; apartment, lease at Iowa City ex pires, but Mr. Hutchison will con tinue his law studies at Iowa Cit; till the end of the summer session when he will be graduated from the law college o£ the university GENERAL TIRES Drive on Generals, soft anc easy riding, blow-out proof Take no chances on cheap make of tires. They are the most expensive and danger ous tire you can buy. Remember, our prices .stil remain the same. Joe Greenberg Phone 118 ame here from, Humboldt, where hey were visiting friends briefly. hey once lived there, and of ourse the older Algonlans remem- er their residence here. Harry as one of Algona's first automo- le dealers, for a time toe was ssociated with L. J. and B. C. icklnson in the Algona Auto & PAGE Mach. Co. Then he built and for some years occupied the present Elbert garage.. He is now, It is believed, retired, and he and his wife live most of the time with their second daughter Camilla. Much of the Oalbraltli land near Oalbraith station, on C. & N. W. between here and Lu Verne, has been Improved by tiling within the last year, and now practically all of nearly 1,000 acres Is under cultivation. Some of the land which had foeeri broken only once has been tiled and dralnedi this year and is under cultivation for the second time. A 40-acre tract has been seeded to flax and another 40 to oats by Charles Pooch. Datld Garber bias more than 390 fecrd* under cultivation. An 80 is farmed by George Wolk, and another by Ollie* Handland; and a 166-jacrfli tract Is farmed by Henry Hahle, whose blind son will be graduated; this week from the law colleg* of the state university. • • | illllllillHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH The Goeders Co. CAPACITY DAYS Beginning Friday, June 9th I Because Capacity Days prices are substantially I below the present level and higher prices seem I certain, we suggest that you take [advantage [of this eight | day opportunity to buy for months to come. Smart Cool Comfy are these new, DRESSES and , JACKET SUITS of washable linen, silks, and sheer silk fabrics 14 to 44 $4.95 and $6.95 WHITE'S GROCERY No. 10 Fruit Special Loganberries Gooseberries Blackberries Peaches Prunes Choice, 35c Free, $15 Cash! v. ECONOMY DRIVING CONTEST FBIDAY AND SATURDAY June 9 and 10, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. ; . ' ' $10.00 First Prize 5.00 SecondlPrize have a Block Ford V8 equipped Witt a gasoline mltease testing mane and Xive tteabov* cash prises to the two drivers who secure as mileage during this economy contest. Anyone over Hi years ot age is eligible to enter (our employes barred) TEST YOUR SKILL Are you a good drviev? It costs nothing to .nter. You are under no ohii- ^rtVS owners, you may drive your own VS if you pre.er. Tlm e reserved by appoiniment. Phone 434 or ca« at the garage. KENT MOTOR CO. Gingham in small and large patterns. For dresses, suits, and blouses. in voiles, batiste, and dimities in new designs and colorings. Dotted SWIM Lovely new patterns Jn dainty pastel prints — sure cool Everybody Wears COTTON It's Cool It's Smart and It's Inexpensive Cotton is the fabric of the season! Our fabric shop presents all the important cottons, in their most varied, most clever weaves and textures. Every one is guaranteed for quality and style-rightness. These Are the Important Colors: Dawn Blue Coralie ' Hyacinth \ Shell Beige, Parrot . v Sunnite * During CapacityvPnyi : Wf <#fro World's Buy American Printed Swiss Sheer and cool 15c yard White Bags New assortment at $1 Silk Blouses Smart new styles $1.95 White Gloves Smart new styles 59c White Ties Newest footwear styles $2.95 New Blouses Pique and organdie $1 For Children v. New white slippers $1 Ruffled Curtains Smart new stylea 59c Curtain Panels New patterns, Bathing Suits Wool-perfect fitting $1.95 Wash Dresses All fast colors 59c Dimity Unions (M) Brand, Children's 29c Print Cretonnes •Beautiful new patterns 13c Silk Gloves Quality—igood colors 38c Silk Hose Rollins Runstop feature 59c New Slips Shadow proof—bias $1.98 Bridal Sheets 81x99 Linen finish 98c Print Pajamas One-<piece last color 59c TWW New Anklets, New colors—patterns 2pairs25c Modes* Six packages Iqr

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