Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1933 · Page 9
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ROSSUTH COtJNTt ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA S «** rase to Shell iClty, her sister, 'Dorlis Knudson. They ate-two of four.sisters orphaned, each being adopted Into a different family. In each family the foster child Is the only child. Mrs. D. E. Dewel and her daugh- tflf .Marjorle-let t Saturday by automobile for two weeks with relatives or friends at Waterloo, Du- bllciue, and 'LaCrosse, Wis. Her father lives at LaCrosse, and she has a brother at Dubuque. Mrs. Irene Qilmore left Saturday with her uncle, LeRoy McWhorter, Osage, who came after her, for Sterling, 111., and Chicago, where she is visiting a cousin, Mrs. Ethel McWhorter Davis, and attending the Century of Progress exposition. Ruth, daughter of Mrs. William Mattlln, Urbana, 111., arrived Frl- "day to visit her. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Jergenson, and help care for her grandfather, who has been bedfast more than two weeks and is in serious condition. iMr. and Mrs. Theodore Elbert lave moved into the M. J. Kene- llck house on east Call street. They -. • . had been living with Mr. Elbert's A. Markla and sister, Mrs. Carl Dahlhauser, wife "of the sheriff. Mr. Elbert recently had an operation for hernia at Iowa formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Backus,. Howard, who is superintendent of several consolidated schools near Cuslck attended a session of summer school Just ended, ami Mrs. Backus has been visiting her parents at Cedar Rapids. Earl Naudaln, G-lendale, Calif, arrived last week Wednesday for several weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudain. He is in electrlcaal work. Mr. and Mrs. Nau- daln expect Dr. G. O. Naudain later this month, and he will also spend several weeks.here. Glenn Is head of the chemical department In a South Carolina state girls' school. 1 Dr. L. C. Nugent took Mrs. Nug- nt and her mother, Mrs. W. B. Quarton, to Cedar Rapids Sunday, and thence they lett with William Quarton for Old Tyme, at the i's.wife and two the rest ot .cottage ;near a two ,„. her duties at „„, spent the week" Wr, Mrs. Maurice . gpent the week- I at Waterloo. Mr. at the Thorpe Woffcs. • --«,••*• -StJSTcS „ JLrs. Oscar Eri spending part of "' Mrs. W. D. Nugent, and other local relatives. Mr. Nugent Is In the real estate line at Los Angeles, and Mrs. Nugent, the former Hildred PousM, Algona high school teacher, Is now teaching there. From here they go to ';Lamonl to visit Mrs. Nugent's parents, and thence will go to Chicago for the Century of Progress exposition. County Agent E. R. Morrison and his family got home Saturday from California, where they went three weeks ago to see Mrs. Morrison's father, who is sick. He lives, at Inglewood, Los Angeles, and recently had an operation. The Morrisons went out via the Salt Lake route and returned via the Yose- mlte and a northern route. The out trip took four days; the return trip, five days. They stopped most- mouth of the Connecticut river, to I ly at tourist camps, visit Mrs. .Helen Quarton Remaen. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough and En route to Cedar Rapids the party the latter's sister, Mrs. Ruth Clef- stopped at Boone to visit Mary Lee ton, Owatonna, Minn., lett yester- ^lugent, who is at a girls' camp day to visit the Houghs' son John, there. who' is in the forestry service in The R. W. Caldwells, who left Washington. They will then visit last week Tuesday for their annual Mrs. Frank Nicoulin, aunt of Mrs. ten-day .vacation -jaunt, were • to Hough, and'Mrs. .Clefton, at Holly- stop first at Minneapolis, then wood, Calif. En route home they go to Rice Lake, Wis., where Mr. will stop at San Antonio, Tex., to Whittemore, were Algona visitors Friday afternoon. Mr. Behnke, who was reared in .Chicago,, has for 28 years been connected with the Lutheran school at Whittemore. The school has an up to date brick schoolhouse and serves 60-odd pupils. Mr, Behnke has one assistant, P. L. Jessen. Mrs. Behnke was reared near Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Behnke have one child, * daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Habercamp, whose husband is a Whittemore store clerk. Dr. and Mrs, R. M. Wallace, With the H. O. Buells and Mrs. Wallace's sister, Marie Grover, Burt, got home Friday from a week of fishing at Turtle Dam, near Park Falls, Wis., .-northeast of the Twin Cities ' nd 60 miles from Lake Superior. They were after "muskles," but did not get the "big ones," though they anded three fish more than 30 nches long. There were plenty of other fish, and they did not go hungry. That is a timber country, and Turtle Dam was built at the unction of three rivers to flood 17,000 acres for logging purposes. •L. W. Swanson,'Whittemore furniture dealer and undertaker, was here bright and early Monday yesterday of the former's mother, Mrs. W. L. Martin, Algona, by entertaining her this week at the world's fair. They met her there Monday morrilng. Mrs. Martin will perhaps go from Chicago to Nashville, Mich, sometime this week to visit her'mother, Mrs. George Bell section, where the eon Lloyd lives. Clyde and his wife are both in the employ of the R. C. A. Victor Co., at Camden, N. J. Later: Mr. Martin changed his mind and accompanied his wife. For more than two months tne firemen have not been called out. flBII* Iiei 1UUHK31, -ATlio. VTC.VJI e« .uv-"» ...»— 7, . - —~^**J,A who is with another daughter This is something of. a record, • especially .in view of the dry sea- there, Clyde offered the same trip to his father, but the latter could not go, because he Is helping with the harvesting, the haying, and corn-sheling on his Cresco quarter-. son. The firemen are considering making a tew practice runs to keep In training. The new -water mains on Call street which run the length of the business district, will fire fighting in business bttUdlnti much easier. The mains are much larger than the old ones and Will permit greater streams of w«t«f» A! special -water pump at the tiltr*« tion plant can furnish needed ftf**> sure if. either of the fire truck* falls or water Is being taken from! other mains. Later: the firemen got a little workout Monday, wheni a small roof blaze was put out at the house occupied by the Paul Traugers. Caldwcll has a brother who is em- look after property belonging to ployed as a golf professional. From the Galbraith estate, of which Mr there they were to proceed to Du- Hough is executor, luth, and perhaps go on as far as Mrs. Ralph Brown, south of town Winnipeg. who was for four years Marshal' leer «. M. Smith , w yesterday to attend •of his grandmother , a pioneer there i 98. „„. Paul Fox, Btorm 1 Sunday evening with Jras family. The Back- Riturday with relatives .Mlnn. ..j,FredOelgel,daugh- lAnne, and Mr. and Mrs. (1 ittended a picnic on r theFort Dodge Prest Dodge; ' ..••.' Jer Minneapolis', who jpleted his first year (university of..Minhe- lay for a • week : .with •iB. Waller. ^ Mis. H. G. Burnham, [shave moved to Burt, jhne purchased the Lee I, Mrs. Burnham la t sis- .1 C. R. LaBarre. Jy'ad Carmen Eggerth, |iuh., lett Saturday, att- iwlth their ,aunts, .Mrs ;?Price,and -'Mrs. J. : vH. shier, who" is having vac- ithi Haggard & Falken:e«, left Saturday night i to visit relatives 'and I Century of Progress ei- 11. Peterson got home last tesday from Madison, |Wrthplace, where she vls- 9, She also visited the t Progress exposition at I Mrs. Merlin Johnson en| their Humboldt bridge 1 evening, and six cou- i Humboldt were guests. formerly lived at City. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon French Philadelphia, who spent last week with the Dr. W. T. Peters family, Burt, came Saturday to spend this week with Mrs. S. fi. French. Gordon's wife la a daughter of Doctor Peters, and he is a son ot the elder Mrs. French. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pierson have rented ^.he Mrs Mary Sorenson tenant house on south Thorington street and will begin housekeeping there August 1. Mr. Pierson is deputy county auditor, and his wife, formerly Alma Greiner, is deputy district clerk. Mrs. Jos. Greenberg and her children left last Thursday for South Haven, Mich., where Mrs. Greenberg's mother lives. They will be gone a month,'and Mr. Greenberg will go to bring them home. A few Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, Mr. county demonstration . agent, ant and Mrs. A. E, Michel, Mr. and Mrs. later was agent in Pottawatamie G. S. Buchanan, and Mr. and Mrs. county one year, accompanied Mrs A. L. Long spent Sunday at the Muriel Leaverton, Kossuth agent Okobojis, and brought home Allan to a Portland club meeting at Vir Buchanan, Roger Michel, and Rob- ginia Trenary's last Thursday an( ert LaBarre, who had spent ten to a Harrison club meeting at th days at Camp Foster, Y.M.C.A. camp Claire Peterson's, near Swea City, on East Okoboji. Bob and Allan the following day. She also assist- were two of the four highest boys ed with demonstrations at both in honor cntests. meetings and gave talks. Damaged bars at the county jail Editor R. L. Burdlne, of the were re-welded Tuesday. A bar on Whittemore Champion, brought his morning, having brought bo Algona his father, T. A. Swanson, to catch a bus for Des Molnes en route to the latter's home at Glendale, Calif. T. A. had been here three weeks; his wife did not come. The elder Swansons lived many years at Livermore, and T. A., who was a| contractor and builder, e*ected many buildings there, and in the surrounding country which are still in use. He also built the Floral hall and the old grandstand at the county fair grounds. W. E. Carlson, who is examiner In charge, of the Fen ton State bank and the Farmers & Drovers and Citizens Savings banks, Lakota, was looking after receivership __ days "wilT be "spent" at the "century (visited the Otto Guderiana. They a window upstairs was cut with employer, Alice R. Cairy, and her buf)iness in Algona Tuesday. He is a saw last winter by Merle Scalds children to Algona last Thursday th gon o£ Mr and Mrs Jonn Car i_ and Chris Reifer. A hinge and part afternoon to attend a show. Now I A i gona ' an d his wife, Opal, of the screen on the front door be- that Mrs. Cairy is out of the post- wag a Daughter O f the late Charles low also were damaged, and these office, she is learning to operate -^ortman Lakota. The Carlson have also been repaired. The two the Champion's linotype. Mrs. Cairy home ls at Swea c it y> an d Mrs. men who did the damage were cap- and Mr. Burdine have done a good Wortman n ves w ith her daughter, tured and sentenced to Anamosa job of running the Champion since Mr c ar ] Bon sa id the Fenton banks for breaking Jail. the automobile accident a year ago had so . far pa , d 3 , 5 per cent in dlvi R. H. Guderlan, Advance lino- last spring In which the formers | dend9 the F arm ers & Drovers. 301 typist who is on vacation, and his '"" '" ' """" ** ™~' wife got home last Thursday morning from Cobb, Wis., where they of Progress exposition. left Friday morning for the Algona When the A. & P. store moves k abin at Cass Lake, northern Minone door east to the store room nesota, where they are spending formerly occupied by the Sorensen this week. At Cobb they found the drugstore it will have all new fur- canning factory in which Otto is nishings. Manager E. R. Swanson interested working at full speed. reported Friday that part of the »• p. Brundage will leave Satur- eauipment had arrived. 'Receipt of day night for Goshen, Ind., to bring ? . r . _ . . . ,i_ , Vinmo Mrq Tlriinrtno'fl nnrt tnp nhlm- husband, Seth B. Cairy, lost 11£e per . cen t, .and the Citizens Sav- Ings, which closed last fall, 15 per County Supt. and Mrs. William cent ' Shirley are expected home some- Th " e j , R KeUz f am ily left Al-,| time this week from three weeks gbna ., £or Decofah Saturday.' Mr. at Annapolis, Md., with their Keltz who has lived here some daughter Pearl, Mrs. Harry Win- five years> lg in the emp ioy,ot the 1 slow, whose husband is an instruc- L tate banking department as field or in mathematics at the Naval man fop c i ose< | banks. A year ago shelving was being awaited. home Mrs. Brundage and the child"Grandpa" Julius Ristau, who ren, who have been visiting there made- his home with .Mr. and, Mrs. for several months. Mrs Ray Mc&ax Bast, left for a new -home atK*n*le'wm substitute for him in Moline, 111., last Thursday. His wife the shoe department at the Chris r died a year ago. For the last few tonsen store while he » away. months hfy has been ailing, and he Betty Strait, «. N., Chicago, .who Tecid"d to spend the rest of his has spent several ^eka tare, will days with his children in Illinois, go hack with Mr. Brundage. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Brown, who resny -rived from Denver Friday to at- drove to Mankato Sun- tend uneral services for R. J. cademy. Word from v the Shirleys he wag aligned to closed banks in) ndicated that they intended to Uyinneshiek and Allamakee coun- eave Monday, but planned to stop tleg tne two mos t northeastern i day wlh the Dr. Hale Shirleys, coun ti es in Jowa, and after that he' owa City. The superintendent's of- seWom found an opportunity to ice has been kept open by their come home. His new location is the- son John. . Winne'shtek county -seat. 'The Kelt- A Joint meeting of the county zes had the former Van Dorston .T. A. council and the Algona house, now owned by M. J. Jones, council's executive committee was h^'the block next south, of-the Al- held at the home of Mrs. D. T>. gona hotel block, and the L. E. Monlux last week Wednesday. The Hoveyg h av e now rented it. The county council vote4 to take over H oveys had been living in a tenant the baby booth at the county fair, house on the north side ot the same i Jean, daughter of Mr. ,'W. K. Schoby, Mason week or * Saturday to spend ten summer. i her grandmother; Mrs. TO, and her aunt, Mrs. Bister, Mabel Cratty, Minneapolis, met her there and took her to Min- neapoolis for a several days visit. Sen. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson left yesterday for a few days with their son, L. Call Dickinson, Des Moines, and Mr. Dickinson's secretary, Rex K. Nelson, accompanied them. Mrs. Call Dickinson, and her baby, "Dicky," are expected to spend a week or more here later in the jIMrs, J. 0. F. Price, .with '•niece and nephew, Car- "^iner Eggerth,, Spokane, ('Upper Iowa* veterinar- f at Ihe Clear Lake state , employed by the npa'ny, hia brother Lee, flrandmother, Mrs. Mary ft Tuesday for Cass Lake 1 ire spending a week or Ishing, I Mrs. George L. Fre'e and |ftt«r Suzanne took Mrs. L fYee to Fort Bodge Sun'"" remained there till her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. (Long spent last week Wednesday at Des Moines, returning last Thursday. They visited George Wilkinson, former Algona boy, son of Kos- upson, nee has returned from where he attended the I» Mrs. Myers, a distant M went a week ago Sat-" e _ and stayed a few days Rist, daughter Alice, Mughter, Ann O'Haire, Thursday and Triday "sts sister, Mrs, Anna .won City, at the latter's suth's orte-tim'e superintendent of schools, J, J. Wilkinson/George is now with the Better Homes & Gardens magazine. The German Lutherans had a picnic at" the. Ambrose A. Call state park last week Monday. Custodian Paul Wille reports that the park is having as good an attendance as ever this year. June is almost always highest month in the number of visitors,, fpr school picnics then swell attendance. ^ -Mr. and-Mrs. William Nugent, Chlbago, and their sons Jack and "Ding" arrived Saturday night, and Mrs Nugent, who is Zada, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dingley, and the-children remained for an extended visit, Mr. Nugent and his brother Claude, of Spencer, returning to Chicago Sunday. Oscar A. Eike left Saturday for La* Vegas, Nev., to assume management of a shoe repair shop he has owned there for some years, and arrived at 9 p.m. the same day, They lost an hour in change of time and took two hours out for meals and other stops, which left net driving time of 15 hours. They averaged nearly 50 miles an hour Druggist A. H. 'Borchardt is re ceivlng compliments on his new store front, which is considere< among the handsomest to be foun< anywhere. The woodwork is o stained and varnished birch, wit' black vitrolite below the windows The store also boasts a new awn ing. Mr. .Borchardt bought th building some years ago from R. H. Miller, his predecessor, who lives in California. Mary Humphrey and Mrs. Edward Ryan, Monona, came Friday for a week-end visit with their sister, Mrs. Katherine Vaughan. Two nieces accompanied them, one a Columbia university graduate who will begin her third year of teaching at Oyster Bay, N. Y., in September, the other -a graduate at Ames who for two years has taught in a suburb of Pitsburgh, Pa., and will go back in September, which the Woman's club has prev- j,lock. iously conducted. Th« out-of:own members attending the meeting were Mrs. Budlong, county chairman, and Mrs. M. S. Craven, Titonka, and Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg, Burt. Everett L. Harris, former deputy sheriff, and his family are now living at Clear Lake. Mr. Harris carries star route mail between Algona andMason City, and he figured that if he lived at the other end of the route he would be likely to find the roads at this end clear of snow in winter by the time he was due here. He leaves the Mason City postoffice at 12:30 p. m. daily except Sunday and reaches Algona, if on time, at. 2:45. In.odd time he sells Fuller brushes. / ; Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Nolan and the.latter's,brother Lawrence Eike, all of Eldora, spent.Sunday ,with Mr.i and Mrs. 'Lewis Bike. Mrs. Nolan was Lillian Eike before her marriage, and she is matron of a cottage at the state boys' reform school, while Mr. Nolan is in charge of butchering at the training school, and Mr. Eike is in charge of the shoe repair department. The boys at the school are 'Clyde Martin, Oaklyn, N. ,1, andj his wife are observing the birthday Mr and Mrs. Clem Nugent, Los Angeles, arrived last Thursday for week with the former's mother, permitted to choose vocations and are then given practical training Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, of t Clear 'Lake. ' Moines, and Mrs? • Monticello, came Frie P. A. M. He spent the winter here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E|ke. Oscar-war formerly in" charge of : the'shoe'repair;department, at tne, bovB* training school at Eldpra. -a-I 'Mr and ! Mrs, -E. A. ^Genrieh'ai ',<* Mrs. F. ArM"FroX itieir.' 9-year,old son Howard > ''s latter's son r been at the Okobojia since liust * of Mr. and'-Mrs,. W««k OMPOday. Early in June Mr. went to Bancroft MSenrich won a contest m tne AI- *veral daypS her K«na Methodist district and was Hoffman's. Dpctor' and awarded a six weeks vocal music •« spent Sunday here course at the Methodist cami.at wr home with theni, toe Okobojls, The scholarship is frs. D. H. Goeders drove valued at $90. , M ini no .... , . Mr and Mrs. F. E. Kent, and Mr. and Mrs. K, D. James drove to Omaha Monday, and Mr. Kent at- Snded "meeting of Ford dealers in Iowa and Nebraska, while the lameses visited their daughter Mr* C .B. Nasby. Mr. Kent was among 42 Iowa dealers who won Hales contest from a similar num- ,ber imNebraska, '. • • . ' . H. Long and her daugn weeks twitb Mrs. Long's ifcher at Glen ElJyn . given by the Mr - the .. «>d game commission. Mrs. c. V, Sroltf Cleft a week's « vwatlon spent the ; weekend Clear Jeweler we,ek, Laird an,d Mrs Mary Lee Jane , ten days at a ffrls' will V" r r Hamm d, Hamilton once con* 1 " erler «ewing machine v glgo be fit Chicago a few *2»« jHartman IB expected to come witb them Jor » visit. ever stoce he «r r It took a lot of hard work and intensive training for the gentleman to master this ,trick— But any wptfh while thing is ; worth much more than the effort it costs if you succeed in doing the thing you set put to-do. A little over six years ago ,_« we set out to build a furniture greater No Matter What Car You Plan to buy in 1933 You owe it to Yourself to see AND DRIVE the new 8-cylinder 75 Horsepower 112" Wkeelbase FORD 11 Beautiful , BodyTypes^ frequency than ever before. Good Merchandise for less Money with fair treatment to all • v hPioinK us to realize our ambition and bring au faSlg Patronage to this store. Vhen visiting Mgona on Circus Day come in and see us, ALGONA'S FINEST FOOD STORE —Wffl Open— SATURD We feel sure it is the finest food market in this territory. It is a semi-self seryice store equipped with stainless steel 'Helving produce display stand, and modern up-to-d^TT* * V~lS come and see for yourself if we have built the kind of food store you will really like. And These Values Celebrate Our Opening Visil wr newly f wr»Ulied roomi Q» the second floor See the dozens of new suites just unpaged for your inspection. Richardson's and up F, 0. B. Dertoit Thif it the roomiest and Most Powerful FORD CAR Ever Built ' -'*• Call or Phone for a demonstration without obligation Kent Motor Cot Phone 434 FINEST CREAMERY Butter LB. IONA Flour 49-lb. BA« 27c $1.19 Sunny field Flour, 49 lb.bag $1.39 BARS Sunbrite Cleanser 3 Prince Albert Tobacco P and G Soap 10 Buffalo Matches Post Bran Flakes Apricots : CANS CAN I3c lOc 6 3 BOXES 8-0*. PEGS. GALLON CAN I9c 43c C. & H. CANE Sugar S- 03 100-lb. BAG 2«-LB. BAG BEET SUGAR 100-LB. BAG 35-LB. BAG ENCORE TIN Olive Oil TJNEEDA BAKERS' SCALLOPED Butter Cookies WHITE OR CIDER Vinegar LB. I9c OIL. ANN PAGE Preserves ALL VARIETIES 16-OZ. JAR I7c CANNING SUPPLIES Cerlo uomK 2Sc PenJel2 Mason Jars »ojn*»«t. **** 73c Jelly Glasses »» ZEK 35c Jar Rings 3 re « & 10c PEGS. DOZEN-pt. abe 27C 63c ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF SPICES "THANK YOU* KIEFERS WHITE HOUSE Evap Milk Pears DEL MONTE Tomatoes Peas & Carrots 2 DEL MONTE Apricots TALL CANS NO. a CAN NO. 9 CANS .CANS NO. a CAN 17c 19c 25c 25c 19c K. C. Baking Powder 19c 85-01. CAN Tuxedo Tobacco 25c '!*/>&.,«& DEL MONTE RED Salmon a Cold Stream Pink Salmon Sultana Red Salmon • NO, a CANS a a NO, 1 CANS NO. 1 CANS Oranges DO«*» S7c Onions Five Pou»48 Watermelon Peaches * Lemons : Cabbage Cantaloupe AAr Hnwi» Lowest Possible Price 5c lOcea. i^jjfei

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