Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 17, 1933 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1933
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*£&*•'•..'•• m Air lie* and Monday, August 20-21 Matinees both days: Sunday 1-3; night 6-7-9. 101 , on all shows on your, face as There's Joy '. thrills,-! KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AL3dNA» IOWA IDCALS Bten The ,R. 0. Danson family spent Sunday at the Danson cottage at he Okobojls. Edwin Gilmore underwent an adenoids operation at the General hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney return- months in "wheat fields." En route Pamejl's sister^ Mrs. _Ralph. Loss. kins, Minn., and friends at Ros- halt, S. D. The boys will return va- where they will be employed- two lives at Graettinger, and a sister several weeks with the V. V. Nati-*at Clare who is housekeeper lor a priest. ' . • Mrs. Wm. Parnell and her daughter Myrl Mary left Tuesday for their home at Ketchlkan, Alaska. They were to stop eitroute home at Oremerton, Wash> to visit Mrs. since^ June ,e kind y a ?* Bm J--\"> tM». What a treat Kin |Pn() w, Marie and tgreatest.roles score ;, story. CANTO lT , matinee 2:30.- N ; star.in a woman's KILE TALBOT FABHELI, !scfeen story of a worn . this- woman vdocto u ••.•-. ••:y.. HOWARD, Deteettt* and the Lady ed Saturday from a five-day cation at Ventura. T. H. Wadsworth got home Tuesday from several days with relatives at Manly. George Elbert went to Detroit Sunday with a group o£ Spencer automobile dealers. iDr. and Mrs. M. M. Lalng, Churdan, spent Sunday at the Doctor's brother Supt. Otto B. Laing's. Mrs. Paul Junckness, Omaha, left Saturday, after several days •with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. ~" " " Peoria, 111., ________ with his fa- He is salesman for Squibb _ D products. J. W- Albright, Lisbon, spent the week-end with R. J. Harrington. They were classmates at ..the state (university law school- Mrs. Victor Young and her children will leave for their home at Eldora tomorrow, after several late in October. Adams, Woodbine, spent Sunday with the Dr. Arlo D. Adams family and Bobby Adams accompanied,them home for a visit till next Sunday, when the i,.,,,Doctor and Mrs. Adams will, go to K 1 " 1 B [' « teaches at two f daughter Fred Bartholomew, st, and Mrs. May to Minneapolis Mon- ing near Woodbine. Charles Gregor, spent the week-end ther. drug ims will, go to d £(jr a stay o£ severa i days . Carl is farm- Mrg Hemphill and j ane were to "'™" C °T'T ""^' J A"°', 1 ,T visit Mrs, J. W. Mangan; Mrs- Bar- Mrs. H. L. McCorkle, son Harry, tholomew to vlslt a 8lst er, Mrs. L. the former's mother, Mrs. A. M. •„ , Crawtord .. Mrs . Mme r to visit Jasperson and Mr. and Mrs. C. K- sls te r -ln-law; Mrs. Alice Miller. Smith and ther son Roger teK Jack , H em P hill, who has been visit- Tuesday for Glendale, Cal f. Mrs. th M £ an wln retu rn with McCorkle will spend several months hl ^ mot .her dains. Opal attended slit weeks of summer school at thfe Northern State Teachers college, Marquette, Mich,, and lived at her brother Mervin's. Woodrow will return to Marquette in September to resume his work at the c6llege, and Opal will again teach at Lu Verne. Mrs. Naudain is an aunt of Opal and Woodrow- Mrs. H. B. White, Mrs. Victor Young, Eldora, and Philomena and Madonna Quinn drove to Goodel! Tuesday to visit Madonna, "daughter of Mr. and Mrs- Ralph Hoter who was Injured in an automobile accident between Hampton am Iowa Falls Sunday. She suffered several cracked ribs, a severe seal) pound, and a minor scalp wound She is 15 years old, and Is a grand daughter of Mrs. A. M. Jasperson a niece of Mesdames •••if nd Young. Mr. and Mrs- H. B. Morgan, the itter's mother, Mrs. Jane Clark, a niece, Mrs. Etfie Pike, Madison, Wls., who had spent several months here, and Vivian and Margaret Morgan left last week Tuesday for Elk River, Minn., for several days with the Anthony Bysons. Mrs. Pike and Mrs. Clark then went to Madison, Wls., to attend a Klng- lioomer clan reunion, the rest returning last Thursday. Mrs. Pike will remain there, and Mrs. Clark will return. D. H. Goeders drove to Des Moines last night to attend a meet- Ing of the state fish and game commission. No further developments in the action against Mr. Goeders as a member of the commission have arisen since the quashing of a proposed state executive council tlons o! Isaak Walton and __. Dilg league members are bonl-' bardlng Governor Herring with protests against the 1 attempted wit- ter of Mr. Goeders on political grounds. Eugene Hutchlns came moon Monday morning and will take or**, his father H, t>. Hutchtes* J»M»r- ance business, while the latter U busy with his work as secretary, of the Algona National Farm loan association. .Eugene has been *t Ames, where he worked for tn« Jewell Tea company, arid was recently offered the post of assistant manager of the district. Paul Hutchins, who has been helping his father, will return next mom* to Gilmore City, where he will Of high school principal again. WANT TO BUY, USED CABS FOB cash.—Algona Auto Market, west there. Mrs. Jasperson and the Smiths live atGlendale., . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowen, Rolfe ^nd their daughter Lucille,' spent Sunday with the J. F. Over- , De ,, a and (Edlth We it er , Bertha KUchenreuther, and Margaret 'Mort th Wepk . end at Cedar «P e and Iowa * city. Margaret's this day with the J. F. Over- j££ e , 8 " cedar Rapids, but ._.. meyers. Lucille and June Adele ° e h fc - been employcd at Overmeyer are former roommates , swlmmlne pool . De n a is at the Frances Shimer school at l "« _,._.,.,, f or vanNess and LYDA ROBERTI 1M WflUwy SM MWMM '<• w* tMt OOKOtOUS OOLDWYN GIRLS Ma* ••wtttvl Ihb ltd* «f HOTM I • You've seen it coming! Now it's liere! The dashing Mexican bullfighting romance, with Eddie as a popeyed matador! . . . Funny? Yes, weeks with local relatives. ' Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Mrs. Mary Lampright, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampright attended a fam- jlly reunion at Waterloo Sunday, returning Tuesday. Mrs. Lura Sanders, city librarian, left Tuesday for a week's va cation which will include visits with a son at Charles City and friends at Cedar Falls. : Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Heise returned yesterday from Storm Lake, where they visited their daughter, Mrs. L. D, Potter, whose husband is a veterinarian there. the Farm Bureau office, while , who is an registered Is employed at Dr. P. V. 3 office, and Mrs. Clem Nugent, Los Mt. Carroll, 111. Lucille will next fall in the Webb schools. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Norton, BOH Richard, and Mrs. Pauline Worster, with her daughter Mary Ellen, will leave Sunday to attend the WorW's rs i fair They will stay with Mrs. ^ who had t two weeks Norton's sister Dr. SO. Selgera ^ at B€hicago> vl8l tlng relatives and associated with the Illinois state , , ndg - an - d attending . the world's Juvenile institute in Chicago. ' • - (Elizabeth Schoby is spending a ew weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. R. E. Brown." She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Schoby;. Mason QitH, and graduated from high school screaming! But thrill with the yelling; frenzied thousands as men brave death In the bull-ring! Revel In the glittering, gay fiesta, as 700 beautiful dancers sway to one glorious song! Also fish Hooky Comedy and Paramount News. Natalie Pearson, Des Moines, spent the week-end here. She is one of Senator Dickinson's Washington secretaries, but is in charge of his Oes Moines office this sum- was last Mrs. last week Tuesday went to her former Saturday, August 19 Mrs. C. E. Flower and Mrs. H D. Flower, with the latter's - two children, who visited a week at the W. A. Foster's, went home Sunday Mrs. C. E. Flower and Mrs* Foster „. „. „ „., took his mother, who lives at Sutherland, to Iowa City Monday to go through the university hospital's clinic- Mrs. Shumway has not been -well for some time. Loyd Perry, Des Moines, spent spring. This fall she will attend lunior college at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hancher and the former's brother, E. H. Hancher, Mason City, with the latter's wife left Monday for Chicago to visit friends and attend the world's fair. Lowell, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hancher, is spending the week with grandparents at Plover. Roy McMahon returned to ' his duties as assistant cashier. of the Iowa State bank yesterday after a week's layoff, mostly spent on the Few Repairs Now are sisters. G. D. Shumway home at Lamoni last week Wednesday, returning Monday. They are now spending a few days with Clem's mother, Mrs. W..D <Nugent, before leaving for home They also visited here before go Ing to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Thorpe too the latter's sister, Mrs. George G- Cole, to her home at Cooper yesterday and the women's sister, Mrs. M. C. Keith, Casper, Wyo., and brother, E. H. Dewel, Muskogee, Okla., accompanied them. Mr. Dew,el went on from Cooper to Muskogee, and Mrs. Keith, who will go home this week-end, returned with the Thorpes. The visi- —will help to renovize your home 6* business building-^add to its value and stability and will save the larger amounts that must be spent as 'the final cost of neglect.. • tii'::|;ffi.l;iUi l.»! li-v •' i ••' • '' ' Small repairs to roofs, floors, trim and wall are not costly. New materials, expertly placed, will add years of life to your house. Fall in step with your community—clean up, paint up, and make needed repairs now. PHONE .229 F. S. Norton »& Son A Paramount flcfvra with RANDOLPH SCOTT HAMY CAHT * NOAM t*4*Y VCRNA HILUI > MMTIR OUUMC T H IAT R,E • Matinee. 2:30.;:;•*.-*,'• •! .4' [•three-way bargain, show.- B EVERY HEART THAT '•, [HARES TO DREAM [inspiring romance of two (people who refused to stay iJV 3 u •* *->••*• jt *--— . 'Sunday with the Charles Potters He is employed at the Hill Bros, dairy. Loyd spent several summers with the Potters when he was younger. <• -Mr. and Mrs. IF. E. Saunders-wiu move late this month to the IL. M. Owen house on west Nebraska. Mr. Saunders is traveling representative here for the Kennedy & Par- local golf links. Anna Buss, employed at the bank, began a week's vacation yesterday, and is to spend a few days with relatives at Slbley. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Sporigberg and their daughter returned Monday night from a week's vacat.ion which included visits with Vernon Spongberg, a cutter in the Doctor •Ridgeway shoe factory, Elkhorn, Wis., and a sister of Mrs. Spongberg at Elgin, 111. They also vis- Iited.the worldls fair. Jane Vincent, Cedar Rapids, ame last week Tuesday and visited Mrs. B. Thorpe and Mrs. Juincy Drummond till .Sunday, when she accompanied a group of tors came to attend the- funeral of their mother, Mrs- I. G. Dewel. Mrs. Opal Morrison and her brother, 1 Woodrow Sarchett, ar- U i \jitiim t »» «V*«M. %*" *-f— •- • rived a week ago Friday to spend PACEi I SJMMW I TRACY • Nl |io»ficni»i in the SKY Morion ««•«"» I NIXON • ERWIN her Sat- sons company. Mrs. R. E. Brown and niece, Irene Corle, returned urday, after a week with the Chas. Corles, who farm neav Wii- mar, Minn. Chas. came here with And No. 8 Three Musketeers Serial girls to Clear Lake for the week. Mrs. .Drummond, the former Isa-| jelle Hutchison, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchi- The E- E. Vincent house'at the corner of north Jones and east Lucas streets has beeen rented furnished to the Emmet. Jackmans, who took possession two weeks ago. . . .vHeies a \ ill th Soap for you . . , YeS Sl> / A «w found friend for deandng Kandt of dht. •rime «d .Udn ... toothing tired and acUnc feet ... bMBM roach, chapped or irritated skin . . . preventing tfce •£«•* of^Su^o" .erm. . . . banUhin, body odor. . ... heaHhfal •hampoo. . . . «nd giving the body the most rertfnl bath* it ever had. v , No medicinal odor and no «eent of perfnme ... No in* alkali or other harmful aeidt or eanrtie> . . . Iheftae O» Canning FOR THIS WEEK FISHING TAOKLEr— We have several dozen plugs of al i at 49c each. , . , 0 ,. , JLASH LIGHTS-Large size 2-cell brass case, focusing, 4»c jige size 3-cell brass case, focusing, «9c. QUGT SETS--V- . •..'..„ , ' $1.85 Ml varnished..— _-$1.25 6-ball sets * Wren's school lunch'boxes at _ "* iors : • ' KM with 1 pt. bottles; V.-— w1»iiieiiiiM"poH8h"e^TnBiTe" the number is limited— . >!„ in. flito *r 8, 4«c ' No, 9, 59e t aluminum with cast lid • Wcken Fryers, with bale 'ken Fryers, handle : Griswold cast iron griddles, No. 8 >ng Griswold cast'i'rpn griddles, No, 9 Progress exposition. They war met there by Mr. Zerf ass s sister Katherine and Mary, of Cincinnati The Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, Bertha Godfrey, and a Mrs. Elliot, ,Lu Verne, left Tuesday for a week I at the world's fair They will also visit the Rev. and Mrs- Hu se s daughter Ruth, who lives at Elgin, 1U Mr. and 'Mrs. Eugene Murtagh left " f " r r - TllcaBO to visit fefiwil Mr. Vincent and Gusta Winkle, who I l^"^ d has made her home with the Vin- • cents many years, have rooms. Mr. Jackman is a clerk at the Basket | Friday for Chicago and attend the Century - ^Lake Court d! Mr ana ivn*. Fred Schallin, their son DeTn, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank chaTlin left Friday morning tor Minnesota *" -'' sit grocery. . Judge and Mrs. J. M. Grimm, | Cedar Rapids, were Sunday guests of the F. W. Gingleys. The Grimms are spending the summer at a cot- age at Clear. Lake, and. Judge Grinim is a former Iowa Supreme „ . Court justice who resigned a year | • Yellow Ripe or so ago. He 1 is head of the law' irm of which .Donald Hutchison is a' member. (Fred Engel, Davenport, began work Friday tor William Dau at he daughter, Mrs. J"»». ^-»- >arth. Fred is a mechanic at tne L uosewalls, Blue OW Rosewalls, Baton Rouge La who were also here, went wen Blue Earth yesterday for a o 98c otball bladders ______ ,. .......... T ........ poppers, electric , «vy Duty radio batteries ----- ---- ....... sular size radto batteries ---- -- ulngton 6-in. butcher Vnlves— — ------- • ----. ster Wagons ; _____ '.~ --------- — ......... — per this week they cannot be had at this price. . 85c $1.15 ^ $8.00 Kohlhaas & Spffles SHOES Work Dress O^foras ........... -IMf» Pumk gty»ps, "and Ties -*&*> slippers We at *l- caUl The Browne!) Shoe Co. the latter's automobile repair garage next south' of the Advance shop. Maurice Ethington and Fred Schallin are other employes of the garage, and Engel fills the place of time off which NIRiA requires for them. Glenn Walker does part-time work at the garage. .^ - , Mrs. E. C. Dicldnlftn, deputy county recorder, returned to Tier duties at the courthouse Monday, after a two weeks vacation at home. (She -has as guests her Spielman IIIM i/ii^ue)" •" . both ways in their car. The upper apartment Otto Falkenhainer house on in the north take passession soon. - salesman. T/IIJ iwowM^.-ies \" - ^, B L. Whitney, and L, V with. Jane Vincent, took llUlllu. 'tJ*'v* **•*« «« d ' daughter, Mrs. F. H. Frederlclcson, Great Falls, Mont., and Mrs: R. B. Whitney, Fond du lac, Wis. Mrs. Frederlcksori has a little son ana Mrs. Whitney s has two children. Kate Skinner and Ange Roorfla, the latter\pf Pella.went to Chicago Saturday *ght for several days at the world's fair. They- was also to visit Irene and Bernice Swensen, PostviUe, who are now employed as family tutors there. The four girls taught at Lu Verne last year, and Irene and Bernice will return to Lu Verne in the fall, but Kate wvQ teach at Fort Dodge. John Momyer, his mother, Mrs. C. A. Momyer, and sister Maxine left by auto Friday for Chicago to visit tb-e other Momyer daughter, Mrs. E, W. Colt, Evanston,-and attend the world's fair. Maxine will resume work at a research institute. John will return after ten days, and his father will then drive.back to visit the Colts, attend the fair, and bring his wife home. .District Court Clerk MTEyoy, his wif< and daughter Mary Geraldine PEACHES •- $1.03 Solid Head LETTUCE .2'— 21C Each WAT'RM'LONS39C Freak. CrUp CEtERY :v-* 10C Yellow.Ripe BANANAS 3 California GRAPES 2 ^WEST CREAMERY BUHER — 22c Doggie Dinner .:•••: ^itofr^«c*i.^»Doeotereee. Great Pine Woods f rom which thto beneficial Oil !• obtained, The only rtrietly stag Soap on the market . .• . JTe p» sore you will like it ... On sale at your grocers. m m j»^ aw?: •&&, ®$ n ®> mm vm •'.y.v.vj mi m AND . • • A MAN'S SOAP I«S Mrs. Wayne Tiss, Des visited (briefly Sunday. Rajah PT. Your money ««K*« "•ff-'y 01..^. MMS OUAKeR MAIB • DOZEN . CAW CJ38.-J w vtsited Emmetsburg relatives and friends Saturday night and Sunday. ' Mr. McEvoy is no stranger there, for he was born and lived at Emmetsburg till he came here 29 years'ago. He has a retired brother at-Omaha, a married sister who A * P FOOD STORES Moines, witf the I. M, , en route company W***^ aw a. WtUard ||^JW»W'*fI*W* *»^Wt|i^ Bearings New departure ball hearings 'and timpkmrolier Dear- ings -We carry a line of bearings for tr^ctprs, trucks W d automobiles. Save time a*d money by buying your bearings from us. ' * Joe Greenberg ITS A REAL LINE TO CHOOSE FROM This is a remark we have heard in our store many times within the past week. And folks really are doing ^heir choosing from this wonderful assortment for<j NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY doing. ; -•••:.•• MOHAIR ^Suites $48.75 and up a Richardsorfs Furniturf

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