Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1933 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 3, 1933
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA SEVEH CALL and frlday, August 3-4 OF THOSE CRAZY DAMES" Clifford Aalfs spent the week-end 1th his parents at Akron, near oiix City. The H. L. Qllmores got home Monday from lack Hills. f OfflUHD LOU1C IUIKVCAKKOU L«UI <e»v fl Qhnniouiif 9lcfti» ^ Stage even it: lOCALS I the Century of I fair. Progress world's evening far a tew days at the two weeka in the , Mrs. A. M. Jasperson, Glendale, Calif., arrived Saturday night for a I month with her daughters, Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and Mrs. H. B. White, and her son Elmer. Another daughter, Mrs: Victor Young, of.El- who had been visiting at brought Mrs. Jasperson Quimby, left Friday, after several here. PENILE STARS Ilio advance in prices, BERUTIFUL CQSTQmES GORGEOUS SCENERY AND LIGHTING EFFECT/ , ' Matinee Thursday, 2:30 p. m. |j Laurence Misbach began work as waiter at the Silver Grey cafe last week Wednesday. Mrs. B. C. McMahon spent last week Wednesday with her parents t Emmetsburg. Mrs. E. C. Dickinson is having a .wo weeks vacation from the coun- y recorder's office, Mrs. Wade Sullivan spent last rs. Her Thursday and Friday with her par- tlzed at onts at Emmetsburg. hurch James Bishop and Owen Mathes also passed junior Red Cross lifesaving tests last week. Harriett Smith and Dorothy Sell- Strom plan • to spend the week-end with friends at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs, E. H. Beardsley have returned from a few days ol visiting at Paton and Storm Lake Supt. F. M. Sarchett, Sheldahl spent several days last week with his mother, Mrs. Chas. W. Sarchett Doris and Arba Dee Long lef Saturday night for a few days a the Century of Progress world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pratt ar parents of a boy, born Friday night, the second child but the firs boy. Tyrrell Ingersoll, Cedar Rapid attorney, spent the week-end wit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L Inj*ersoll. R. J. Harrington is a new mem bor of the Kiwanis club. His fatl er organl7e(l the club and was i: first president. Irvin Oxley, Avoca, left Saturday, after several days at the A. 'L. .Long home, where he was a guest of Doris Long. days with Mrs. Simmons' parents,) A number Of local the Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse. Mrs. Plan to attend an Inter-club Simmons was formerly Vashti at Clear Lake next Monday Klwanians and hear John H. Moss, Milwaukee, past . Brownell and Jos. Misbach President of Klwanis International, left Monday for a week's fishing speak at an evening banquet. The r Pine River, Minn. They drove meeting will be an all-day affair in the Brownell automobile and with golf, boating, swimming, and are staying at the C. O. Simpson a dance cottage. The little daughter of , H bert Tc=lng- was' bap- Omaha, where they are spending a ouses at Emmetsburg and two at at nigm. Fort Dodge joined. at the, Ambrose arer A..Call state park- tor a picnic last hosts at Mr. Marshal F. W. Green and his family left Sunday evening for kitchen. The kitchen does no commercial serving, but does • occasionally serve at A. & P. executive banquets, etc. Marion, who is a graduate of Iowa State college, found a sorority sister in charge of the kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. McMillan, of Minneapolis, spent the week-end at the latter's brother J. M. Moore s. Mrs. McMillan is a semi-invalid, unable to walk. They were en route to the old Moore home at Tipton. Mr. McMillan discovered while he was here that he is an old Iowa ity schoolmate of W. C. Dewel, and that R. B. Waller is one of his ormer pupils. Mr. McMillan has or many years been a Minneapolis ilgh school teacher.. Mrs. T. T. Herbst's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Southgate, of yant, Wesley, was an Algona visitor the other day. It is now years since he began the News-World. He publishing was born the Trinity Lutheran week or ten day s vislUng relaUves and was named Pa- In h s ab ence H. A Van Alstyne i Charity from two er-in-law of the sheriff, is serving Barber and Mrs. wer wer hi Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, and the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended a mission festival at Fairville, northwest of Whittemore, Sunday. Alice Rist took her father, H. E. Rist, to Fort Dodge Saturday, and Jos. Auner, Des Moines, met him there on a business mission. Mr. near Lone Rock, but when he was four his parents moved to western North Dakota, and he was there and lived there till he went I of" the" Northwest Iowa Conf«f«ia» WOBWSlll . METHODIST, C. T. Hols* P«*W .. —The annual camp meeting or W- marneai,.,,, „„.,,„..„„„„ un der the auaplowi to Wesley. He has two married ls session this week at th« . sons, one of whom helps run the Methodist camp grounds on West The conference -will clos« The pastor will t»« News-World, the other In the navy, okobojl. The Sturdivants lost a daughter Svm< j a y. .... , some years ago, but they have a for g a bbath school and church — niece whom they adopted when she vlceg g un day morning, but will b« was four, and she Is now a Wesley Rlad to j iave any wno c an attend high school graduate. ' —._•*.The 26 managers of stores are taking part in uuui-uu, ».«* ".« ~ contest the prize in which will be of£icerg w m be held. a visit to the Chicago exposition with 1 the services at the lakes. The AMI Graham meets this afternoon at 2:30 at lh» a sales L and the annual election ot vc ,. „.. - .... - - - - ,, expenses paid. The award TRINITY LUTHERAN, V, 3. Brltt, were expected home Monday win be determined on the percent- Braner, Pastor—Next Sunday: Sun- rom a vacation spent mostly ml age oi increase In cash sales dur- day school and Bible class, 9:30 a. Michigan, where Mrs. Southgate ing July ^d August over May and I m . ; German service, 10; KngliBn." . — A - -* \ ^chellers ter. Nellie Bjelland, telephone i Softeners, ^^ were here from Eagl Grove, also another sister, Mrs. A Engelby, and her family, near Frost, Minn. Mrs. John Hard grove returned last week Wednesday from Fairmont, where she had spent several days at the A. J. Schnepf summer was reared. They were guests of old friends who have a former lighthouse on Lake Michigan for a summer home. On the way to Michigan they stopped at Rochester to go .through,the,Mayo clinic.,It is. their custom to go through the clinic every two or three years. Geo. L. Miller has nearly finished a new building on Dodge street, second door south of Akre's, for George Holtzbauer's plumbing shop. All that remains is plaster- Ing and laying the floor, and It is thought that Mr. Holtzbauer will be able to move into the building June. C. E. Blnkert, Forest City, [service at 8 p. m. The Aid m «*» former assistant manager here, has this afternoon with Mrs. RowrB hopes of winning, according to a preyer. The 8. 8. T. meets tomor- Forest City paper. Unfortunately row evening at 8. May remodeling sale that he can- Denn «Wi««*.. P not hope to equal or beat it in such Eighth Sunday after TrlnHy: H ordinarily dull months as July andlCommunion and sermon, 8 a. Holy, m. August. Visitors always welcome. Sunday and spent several here. hoe™* hours cottage. The Schnepfs, who for- Mrs Hardgrove home Behnke is a sister of Mrs. here. Anna Mrs - Jos. E. Lynch, Herington, Drone, and her employed at the lere. " sed '° Mann j?.S &WR2SA. f»|S»S'tW H » e J'o,' St. Paul Tuerfay. Mr..._potttr_l»_PS2 g ,?'i?™™' visiting a friend, >giturdar, August 5 JJ81A8 FAIRBANKS JB. fae Life of Jimmy Dolan Itttsode Three Musketeers BUCK JONES in The Sundown Elder i this day all week [Matinee* will ttart i p. m ^^MM«~ .'gntadar, August A Another Language —with— HAYES Monday and Tuesday, August 7-8 "THE DEVIL'S IN LOVE" LORETTA YOUNG, VICTOR JOY Shorts—i Two- reel comedy TheToyeBoyain "Bring TBm Back a Wife" \ Paramount News Brim full, of drama. Comedy . . . action subtle F. C. Zender and his daughter Frances are expected today from the Okobojis, where they have spent ten days. Catherine Streit came home Saturday from Charles City, where she lad spent a week with her aunt, Mrs. M. K. Cullen. Kate Morrison, of Peterson, came Sunday for a week with Harriett Smith. The girls are Morningside College schoolmates. The Harold Kueckers have moved to Delevan, Minn., where Mr Kuecker has secured employmen in a grain elevator. Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Neal Smith, spent the week-end a home. She is attending summe school at Cedar Falls.. D. H. Goeders, P. J: Christensen Chi- new are visiting Mrs Walter teen. h husband, three daughters, and a son. Mr. Lynch, who is attend _ of the ^ made up ance at Monday meeting golfer and is Drummond| Chicago, Isabel Hutchison, who is T, -n -nrt,u«o« «f Mrs R. E. Whitney, of Wis., an * er) dkugMer of M, and Mrs. A. J, spenamg ™ s = „- ^J^ d u recovering from a local Infection suffered last week Wednesday. The M Y.IOV fnr cpverai attack took effect in a leg, which weVwUh M^rStney's =%* to be encased In ice packs to Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, icy was inson. within ten days or two weeks. The roof is unusual in that it is entirely covered with tin, and the pieces are soldered together. The tin is rust-proof and will last many years. , Martha Dewel leaves this weekend for her home at Muskogee, Okla., and her aunt, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, with whom she has spent a year, will take her as far as Ames, whence she will proceed by bus to Nebraska City, Neb. The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Robinson will meet her there and take her the rest of the way. The Rev. Mr. Robinson is a Methodist minister at Muskogee. The Robinsons stop- MR A BARBERS' CODE Hours: 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Saturdays, 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. Prices: Shaves, 25c; hair cuts, 40c. BJELLAND BARBER SHOP HENRY FURST F N ESSER S' J 'STEHLE Mrs Whit- relieve pain. Mrs. Drummond has jMj. been confined to bed. W. J. Payne and his family left a son ' i. A T *\a Hoinp Mrs week ago Saturday for the Mis- T ^ an K± P rt two cWldren and sissippi river country around McJohn Kowert, two cauaren, a»u Warners Ferry, where ped here a few minutes yesterday on their way to Lincoln, where they, are to .visit. David C.' Ward, high school teacher, and his family Mrs. Rev. Theodore o£ Wauwatosa, Wls., P. the Rev. and Mrs. ^ene'and Marguerite DalzielI are entertaining Bernice Harrington 'Irma Dee Roupe, and a from Clear Lake at the widow of the Gregor and Harpers , wwow oi «£ u they were to spend a vacation of a ' week or ten days. Mr. Payne was to return as far as Charles City and Mason City last week Monday to work last week with other Reg- Peterson, of and daughter returned Monday. They had .been.-. at Red Oak two months, and made various trips out of that town. . Early- to the summer they spent some time in Canada, where Mr. Ward helped small grain on a farm his sow ™™ Trai , Co]a> jntrigue . . . and the tenderest of romances between a man of lost courage and a girl of steady faith . who lifted him out of despair with the firm ties of her love. Screen Song "Sing a Bong" 2-reel comedy Easy on the eyes. Matinee 2:30 p. m. and T. H. Chrischilles.;are in cago this week, studying the hings in their lines. The First Lutheran Sunday school will begin at-10 next Sunday morning, and will be followed by church services at 11. visited n iLotts Creek Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Federal Farm Loans r e have received loan approvals from the Federal nd Bank of $12,000.00 on improved quarter sec- farms, also approvals of 135.00 per acre on un- Irma Dee Roupe, ana^a ^w^..^ Dear Traili Colo ., and daughter from Clear Lake at_ theJfi. w. uw yesterday, after a visit by cottage there this week.-Mrs jn/ Peterson's Lusby took the girls over morning. Elizabeth .. Mason City, since Sunday I brother A. L. Peterson's. They were en route home from a tour of Eliz f r*h, , ±v fo visit her the Bast. Evelyn was graduated came last Thursday to visit her from ^ Colorado grandmother, Mrs. R. B.Brown ^ Tea<j , . Mrs. Brown. Mrs. W. E. Kaln, _ana from college> Gre rte y , who had spent a her here, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. wi u. teach this fall. Mrs. J. T. Jackson, New Hamp- jton, and her daughter Ruth left la st week Wednesday, after several i Chicago to spend a few days at of Progress fair for day* with Mrs. Jackson's daughter, Mrs. A. L. Long. From here they father owns. Later he helped harvest hay on his father's farm near Red Oak. Just before returning, the Wards spent several weeks- at Chicago, attending the world's .fair. They are living in the W. F. Walker house on Harlan street. \ Earl Naudain, who had been here three weeks, left Sunday morning for the first leg of his, return trip to his home at Los Angeles. He came to Iowa via automobile with friends and was to rejoin them at Des Moines. The W. E. Naudain family had a reunion while he was here, all the children being at home. Earl reported his father-in- law, F. H. Vesper, still a busy man who goes to his office dally. For many years Earl has had an elec- Junction for a few of visiting. Miss Jackson will Inez Potter returned to work at B '^the Rexall drugstore Saturday, af-1 Harry, BOH te a week at home with her par- Jackson family used to farm near got iBritt. f Mr. and Mrs. A. b °T«,« ™v JhereT™ 6 G - D - 'Bondages got home Iowa City, where | gunday from Gosnen> Ind> where had visited relatives. Mr. lion nproved tracts. To date, not one of our applications have been reject- i If, for any reason, you have had difficulty in get-. nga reasonable loan approved, come in to see us. WE FTBBL SKREJ WE CAN HELP YOU McDonald & Co. Iowa State Bank Bldg. Phone 180 A. B. Fluhrer. Charles ™ v ' visits from where he had spent two his daughter, Mrs The creamery heated by oil. t been set up on a in the Milwaukee yards and filled K R Ferguson, Cedar Rap- . ids, who had been visiting at Wes- I been here ley. trical shop at Los Angeles. His wife is the former Orma Vesper. C. N. Robinson, who farms east of Hobarton, suffered a painful wound In his right thumb a week ago Friday, while he was putting in place a new water stock tank. The tank slipped and fell on the thumb, cutting part of the flesh tney nac YIHHXI r..«>v». «.. away He^has hadJx> havethe Brundage went after his family a thumb bandaged sine*^ tout it is and took Alice!now healing. Mr. Robinson is tae. ather of Mrs. Roy Lowman; who! arms a half mlje.,east and a. naif ago Sunday. way and Betty, Mankato, and Verona and whose > returned to her Mr. and]*** 0 , hospital, Ponton work. fenron.t Mf ^ Mrg Harry Mo<mJi mile north beside the paving. Mrs, Lowman has been farming with her father's helpiSince her husband. '' ' San Lewis Rist, wife, and Eau Claire, son Richard for Chicago to attend the American Dental association convention and visit the Century of Progress fair, ter May Ward, of the Christensen ready4o-wear department returned to work Monday, after several E Dewel a nd her daugh- ' got ho me Sunday from g weeks at her home at Cameron, Mrs. H. F. Housh, the former are brothef &fc to ther in Wisconsin. aunt , M ayme Snod- .».- ....... ----. *.,,*„„„ ap « ra, . , Merle Owen, and her children are wano, ^ sjostrand, snendine a few weeks with the for- or in i* a]ostr spending a .-•• T Tamer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Owen. The E. F. Rahms, Des Moines, spent Sunday at St. Benedict, their old home. Mr. Rahms father, Jos. Rahm. is seriously sick with diabetes. . Ote Nelson, grocer. LV11E)* iT^3r»"» « •»—,--, * grass, Portland, Ore., accompanied her here for a visit of a few weeks. Professor and Mrs. C. E. SJos- trand, of St. Peter, Minn., parents of the Rev. M. A. SJostrand, spent Sunday here, and Mr. BJostrand occupied the First JUrtheran church pulpit for services -* Sunday evening and wis Antonio, Tex., arrived a week ago Ito visit the latter's brothers, M. P. and J. W. Haggard, and sister, Mrs Falkenhainer. It Is now many I years [Texas. Mr. Moore conducted a drugstore in a building which faced the courthouse square on the corner where the postoffice or former First National banlt building now stands. Ruth and Marion McMahon recently attended the Century o! Progress world's fair, and Marion secured employment at an A. & P carnival exhibit in which she is assistant manager of a mode! at Algona at Bancroft died last spring.' Mrs. Ella F. Morrison, Omaha, who had spent three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Chas. W. Sarchett, is now visiting her nephew, Eugene M. Sarchett, Maple Hill, and will also visit her niece, Mrs. P. W. Reece, near Elmore, after which she will return for a brief further visit at Algona. Mrs. Sarchett and Mrs. Morrison are the only members of their family left. Their brother, Capt. John M. Johnson, o) Colorado Springs, died some years ago. He was a lawyer, and his daughter, Inez Johnson Lewis,, is- state superintendent of schools in Colorado. Editor-Postmaster W. W. and 'Leslie me u^ojDu.i, F.. — --• .... ..» Molander, photographer, boto ^ of Humboldt, made up Rotary attend- the clubhouse Monday ance at V Wnnell, Bishop left last Thursday night for .Valparaiso, .Ind., to visit a /sister. Y»!»»raifK> ^ , not, far from Chicago; anal* he planned to ittend the world's lair while staying at his sister's. , James is the •••o _ , . —., _•% *_»•! r\ OL u , ing foreman; .is taking his annual gummer vacation this week. Mr. Flnnell has b«en a printer some 60 IRA-- WE 00 OUR PART -NBA * a% &rsSf«& M tar (t ^g H manufactured goods'will "be 50 per cent higner oy e Ptember. General Blow-out Proof Tires ye AHen T. Dean, Kansas City, came Saturday for a week at w. J- HuSn's, where Mrs. Dean has been spending several weeks with j* Call Dickinson, rteTMomes7'and their baby son ' the week-end with Mr,Dlck- parents, Senator and Mrs. /who" is still in the en^oro?* National bank receiver atKkford.i III., went the .weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. . o. D. Hulse, Mo- Harriett, and son JSW^V-BS'S Lage are with Supt. Hulse s Rev. 0. V. Hulse. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph high school girl The only blow-out proof tire on the market. 40 per cent less air and 80 per cent more nonskid. 30 days to reduce our inventory—then the tax ig on. BUY JOE GEEENBEEG is at C. Smith, Glen- Tier- son of A. A. Bishop, local C. ft N. j. a w. n AWl*ht,. > iLisbon, spent Friday night with R. J. Harrington, Mr. Albright, who was graduated from the state university college of )aw this spring, was president of the Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity chapter of which Mr. Harrington was also a member. Mrs. Fielding Perry began work regularly at the Cummings store Monday. She had been working part .time for some months. Her regular employment is the result of cooperation by W. H. Cummings, proprietor of. the. store, with the NRA administration. .".-!' Magn« 8 Licfcter got home Saturday night from Behnond, where he had been helping a veterinarian, but left Sunday for Gllmore City, where he will spend this week at the same work. He has one year left at Iowa State college, where he is taking a veterinary course. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirscn left Tuesday morning by auto for Joliet, 111., to attend a meeting of the National Laundry Men's association called to devise a NIRA code. The Kirsches were also to spend two or three days at the world's fair. They planned to return next Sunday. James Peterson, who teaches architectural drafting in the Dunwoody institute, Minneapolis, and his wife and sons Wayne and Jimmy arrived Saturday for a week with James' parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Peterson,, and sister, Mrs. A- E3. Clayton, of Cresco township/ Betty Flower, Arlington, leaves tomorrow, after ten days witfc her awtf, Mrs. W, 4. Foster. came l**t W«* T«es4ay with. and Mrs. Jessje Foster, toa Springe, S TRUE BLUE We owe allegiance to our government and while dealing with Uncle -Sum I am going to do Just as he tells me to do. I am going to live up to all rules and regulations 100 per cent. It is also my duty to protect my customers and look out for. their best interest during these trying times. This I am going to do 100 per cent. There will be no profiteering at Neville's Shoe Store. I am doing everything in my power to keep the price of shoes to correspond with your pocketbook. When corn gets to 76c a.bushel and eggs 18c to 20c a dozen it will be plenty of time to raise the . price on shoes. , . In less than a month school 'begins. I am talking to the mothers now and I am going to help you with this problem. I .have 1000 pairs of children's low shoes. A factory clean-up in straps, ties, and oxfords, sizes run from 8% to 11% and from 12 to 2. These are good solid shoes from one of the good factories. They are well made and have good leather soles. Just the thing for school. They will please the children, for they are new and stylish. They will please the parents lor they will stand the knocks. They are really the greatest shoe values I ever offered. They are for the families that want to economize. In this deal,! am handing you shoes, profit and all. Your choice, any pair, any size, at 98°. You will never buy them for this price again. We are doing our part and hope to win in this battle for better times. Jimmie Neville "The Sboe Man" A!*<m*,la- BUNKOFSKE BARBER SHOP HOTEL BARBER SHOP SHILTSBROS. Eight O'Clock Coffee 3 Ibs. Del Monte Coffee, lb. ..Chase & Sanborn Coffee, lb. WWtehouse Evap. Milk, 3 tall cans • lona Tomatoes, 3 No. 2 cans —: — Camay Soap or Ivory, medium, 3 bars •———— Chipso Flakes or Granules, 2 large pkgs - 1 ;"""I" ?S " Chili Sauce, Quaker Maid, 2 12-oz. bottles Spaghetti, Encore brand, 4 cans ' Post Toasties or Kellogg's Corn Flakealarge pkg. . DEL'MONTE TOMATOES 2 ION A CORN 4 _87« 17c 25c 14c 29c 23c 25c . 9c No. 21 Can* No. 2 Cane 25c 25c lOc 25c _ 9c Cremo Cigars, 3 for Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, 3 lOc pkgs Crapenut Flakes, , p|rc£ __—«. ——— —————————_————————*-——-•— Cider Vinegar, 32-oz. hot. ISc, 16 oz. bottle Blue Ribbon Malt, light or dark, can Old Munich Malt, light or dark, can — Grabmeat, Three Diamond, 6 1-2-oz. can . Del Monte Tuna Pish, ' 7 oz, can --; PRINCE ALBERT OR Velvet Tobacco <*«10c •~27c 57c 39c 27c 17c PwidGSoaplO - P and G Soap, 4 13 1-2 oz. bars Calumet Baking Powder, 1 lb. can -r Booth's Sardines, mustard or tomato sauce, can —_ Ball Mason Jars, doz. pints, 83e dozen quarts — Jar Rings, 3 pkgs. T- Certo, bottle Dromedary Grapefruit, 2 No. 2 cans _-—— — — Old Dutch Cleanser, 2 cans . —-— *•— -—— Prepared Mustard, quart jar —- 15c 23c lOc 73c lOc 25c 25c 15c 15c FLOUR! Sunny field, 49 lb. bag. , $1,37 Sunnyfield, 24! lb. bag. , 69c lona, 49 lb. bag * ,". IUI

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