Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1933 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 20, 1933
Page 6
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AT LONE ROCK ATTRACTS 125 Lone Bock, July 18—The Mite society gave an ice cream social on the N. L. Cotton lawn 'Friday evening; and 4.5 persons -were served. A. program • Was given: Dance of Greetings. Maxine Flaig, Wilma Marlow, Betty Ann Sharp, Both Ellen Householder, Helen Jensen, -Virginia Frye, Catherine Mae Householder; solo. The End of a Perfect Day, Frederick Schultz; radio play, It Can't Be Done. Mrs. Oscar Earing, Chester Alme, Beulah Gladstone, A. A. Krueger; men's quartette, When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain, and Whispering Hope—JL. p. Hollister, Harry Hobson, A, A. and Alex Krueger; reading, Jimmy Jones Studies Geography, Robert Gladstone; girls' quartette, Make Somebody Happy Today, Sara and Lois Whitehil, Alice Angus and Delina Hogers. Callfornians Visit Here— '- Marie Sanders and Elsie and Walter Werk, Pasadena, Calif., arrived last week Monday evening to visit the William Krauses. Mrs. Frank Clayton, Charles City, and her children, Billy and Helen, accompanied them, and last week Wednesday, the/, the R. L. Padgetts, and Mr. and Mrs. Krause were dinner guests of Mrs. Clifford Meyer, Corwith. All went "from Corwith to see Mrs. Catherine Reed at Humboldt, - om.en are slatere. •; TK« Padgett* toolc Mrs. Clayton ana her children to Charles City Sunday. They had spent a week at William Krause's. Mrs. Alex Krueger, -daughter Muriel, Mrs. James Wads-worth, Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, son Frederick, and Lucille Genrich, drove to Irvington last week Wednesday to visit the Mesdames Krue- ger'9 and Newbrough's "parents; Mr. and Mrs..M_ E. Blanchard. (Florence Householder and 'Donald Blancnatd,^ students at the Teachers, ^.college,/ "Gedar Falls^ spent the week-end at their respec- ive parental homes. 'Dorothy Smith accompanied them as far as Burt to spend the week-end with her parents. Sunday guests at Fred Genrich'a were the Alex Kruegers, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Zunkel, Merwyn Thompson, and the Lawrence Newbroughs and son. The gathering honored Lucile Genrich's birthday. Mrs. Oscar Earing, Mrs. Ben See- AE60NUNS OPEN NEW BALL ROOM IN SEXTON HALL Sexton, July 18 — Mr. and Mrs. Vernon White, former Algerians, nacre opened ' a "Dreamland Ballroom"' here. There" was,a,fair-alzed attendance, at' the opening last Thursday night, when an orchestra from EsthervHle^nlayedttThe hajl has been redecorated and equipped with multi-colored bnlbsV and* re- j flectora. The walls were sprayed in black, gold, and silver designs, also the ceiling. The owners plan to serve lunches and every Thursday night there will be a special dance. Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders were Sunday dinner guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Lou Boleneug. The . L. Greenfields at William home at Des Moinea. Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, her daugh- -M> . w j^ WO.JAO. Noble. her spent Sunday at the Mack Wise home. Mason City, and Nell Wise> ters Margaret and (Beulah, son Rob ert and Mrs. A. A. Krueger left Saturday for Salem, S. D., to visit Mrs. Gladstone's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gappa. and Terence Padgett, who had ben visiting there, came home with his parents. Mr. Krause remained with his daughter, Mrs. Meyers. The California visitors left last week Wesnesday morning for Pioneer to visit Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rosendahl, and they were to visit in New Mexico on the way home. Dinner Honors Missouri Guests- Mr, and Mrs. Thomas McGowan, Sedalia, Mo., and their daughter Rosalind, arrived Friday / to visit at another daughter Mrs. C. E. Householder'a The Householders entertained them,. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Hanna, the Calvin House- The Supt. L. E. Godfreys have returned from Truesdale, where they visited Mrs. Godfrey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steinhilder. Mrs. Steinhilder accompanied them here for a visit. Mrs. Forrest Rouse, her children, and her mother, Mrs. D. Rouse, all — - — ______»., v__u vjuij-r-i- -miuac™ holders, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reidel Fenton, the William Barkers, Swea City, and J. M. Moore, Algona, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson •were callers in the afternoon. Farewell for Berneyce BMerick— B. B. Wirth, Cedar Falls, and W. N. Dayison, Mason City, drov here Sunday to take L. R. iRoder ick and Robert Dransfeldt to Mas on City, where a farewell picni was held at East Park for Bern ____„„*, *._.-._. j_f. a^.uuac, iti of Ayrshire, were last week Tuesday guests of the first-named Mrs. Rouse's parents, Mr. and Mrs William Krause. - . • Mrs. L. R. Roderick, daughters tfargaret and Berneyce, and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt spent the weekend at Mason City with the women's mother, Mrs. Margaret Davis. A surprise party was given-by Carl Crowley, Haulger .(Peterson, and Ellwyn Godden for Melyin •Larson Sunday evening and young folks of the. neighborhood attended. Sunday guests at Frank Flaig's were Mrs. Veril Weggener, Fort Dodge, her children, Gerald Train- ' —- «V t *"* ** J.T C7ZZ I 1 ? JOCfy who had been there since July 4 came home with them. The Aid met last Thursday with Mrs. Harvey Steven, north of town, and there was a good attendance. Mrs. Jergen Skow, Wesley conducted Bible study. Mrs. Albert Grosenbach attended j a foreign missionary society meat- tag at Mrs. A. J. Keen's, east of) Algona, last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave, Britt spent last week Wednesday afternoon with their daughter, Mrs Fred Nearing, at the local Champlin station. Mrs. Amy Smith spent Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Orren Johnson, east of town. MISTY FLY SPRAY For the Home i ~ 4 - i, ,• • ' '• ;•->,/, i Kills and -2. pints, Huts __j —•T""^ --- .-.—,-«.. Quarts ________ '. _____ __, _____ ^ ___ __'ffct Half what many sprays not so gob* costs. Monarch Dip Official Strength." Gallons, your own can Packer 25c extra. -tl.OO •"" • • • • ••»•»»••••••••••< MR. MOTORIST Sodium Chlorate For Canadian Thistles and Weeds. 1 Pound _____ jse 5 Pounds — 70e 10 Pounds . S1.9S 25 Pounds : "__._.__..]& er, Kanahwa, and Ms. Caroline Ackerman, Burt, and her children. The E. M. Jensens drove to Graettinger last week Wednesday eve- eyce Roderick, who soon leaves fo Des Moines to take up nurses train ing. Visit Shenandoah BadJo Stations— Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz and Charles Zoller returned last week Monday from a week in western and southern Iowa. They visited the radio stations at Shenandoah. Ersel Blanchard had charge of the Schnltz store. Other Lone Kock Hews. Mrs. R. L. Padgett, her children, Mrs. Frank Clayton, and the latter's children visited Friday at For- ning-to take-home Mrs. Jensen's mother, Mrs. Osher, who had spent two weeks here. Mrs. W. G.-iFlaig spent'last week Tuesday at Edwin Mittag's, Lotts Creek. Mrs. Mittag and Mrs. Flaig were once teachers together in the schools here. Russell Sharp, Ollie Taylor, and the latter's son Wayne left last week Wednesday with a graveling truck for Minnesota where they are employed. Muriel Long and Cleo Hobson at:ended a meeting of the Burt Lively League club at Maxine „ — _. ___^ U.M.U «.(, j.«.aj__i_c Schenck's, Burt, last week Tuesday. N. L. Cotton and John Sprank drove to Rochester Friday and John received medical attention, while Mr. Cotton visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing an Irs. Ben Seegabarth attended ulius Hansen family reunion a TCfnnt- T» » i~t •» * Tour car has taken you ove miles of roads. Some were smooth and others rough and tough, in al kinds of weather. Tour car shoulc have attention from time to time such as steering alignment, checkec from all.angles which we have special equipment for. Tour brakes relined or adjusted, valves ground, motor tuned, car tightened up in general. Fenders and body straightened and repainted. Nothing but first class work arid material used and at reasonable prices. Wm.C.Dau GARAGE GE3VEBA1 KEPAIBETCt Fender and Body Work, Painting' Phone 165 — Algona, Iowa ••*'" Epsom Salts '• IQ-lb. bag i__ ._______8Se 100-lb. bag Glauber Salts ._ $9.45 Special This Week—i FREE Williams Dental Cream with each tube Williams Shaving Cream at 35c Extra Special FREE ICE CBJMM SODA. ' with each: | Dollar Cash ' Purchase • Saturday Ask for it—lest we forget. Drug Store When you come to the circus in Algona next Tuesday TBY A GOOD COLD GLASS OF OUR Keg Beer ]VOW OX TAP We also serve our bottled beer good and cold. We have all the best in beer by the case. SAVE MONEY Own The Biggest Value The First Full Size QUALITY GUARANTEED Washer With Balloon Wringer •AT A NEW LOW PRICE Phone 619 The Smoke Shop Smokers' Headquarters and Supply Store $39.75 — and — $49.75 Foster Furniture Co.

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