Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1933 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1933
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•"'"V 1933. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONAi IOWA fair 111 Algona next week G00D COM* «I<A»S OF OUR eg Beer also serve bottled 'beef, good and cold. furnish you beer by the case. and Supply Store. JLOCALS I Iowa City, where they had spent ICCO - CIGARETTES - CIGARS THE ioke Shop « A Good Place tp Meet Your Friends" CALL The Ncal Smith family is spend- K the week at the world's fair. The drygoods and variety stores hanged Saturday to a 10 o'clock losing hour. Kathryn Qchoby, Mode, had heV onslls removed at the General lospital Tuesday. Eleanor and Hetty Backus spent he week-end with Mr. and ' Mrs. Paul Fox, Storm Lake. The G. D. Brundages spent Sunday with Mrs. J. W. Mangan, Minneapolis, returning Monday. iBeulah Hartshorn, of the Marigold heauty shop, spent last week with her parents at Swea City. •Bill Dailey got home Saturday ed an eight weeks summer session ot the Culver military, academy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore, San Antonio, Tex., and their son Stanley loft for home last Thursday. Kuth McMahon leaves Saturday for Galva, whore she teaches mathematics and Latin in high school. Mrs. S. E. McMahon and daughter, Mrs. Jos. Harig, got home Tuesday from ten days at the world's air. •Rex K. Nelson, secretary to Senator Dickinson, returned Friday rom a visit at his home at Cory don. Mattie Wilson, Springville, was expected yesterday. She teaches normal training in the high school lere. June Adel Overmyer returns to Oskaloosa a week from tomorrow |several" days"with Mr," and Mrs. Jenkinson's son, Dr. Harry R. Jenkinson. Doris Long leaves this week-end I to begin her first year ot teaching at Nora Springs, near Mason City, where she will be'in charge-of English, Latin, physical training, dramatics and speech classes. She was graduated frbhik. Orinnell • college last spring. Mrs. iB, A. Paschke, Echo, Minn., and her children came down Saturday for a little visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad ALGOHIANS HEAR AIMEE IN SERMON - . • |mers parents, mr. a»« i" 1 =• "- 1 "'""" Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Wright, and Herma n before school opens at the latter's niece, Irene C. Mohme, Ec y, 0< T h ey ca me by train as far f.orlnr tUnnl/lM •\vtln hflfl snATlt. a • -^'L^ -_...»,1 - ~«.i ... nMA *nnf fVinrp arrived from their honeymoon trip Monday monlng, and Coach Mercer Is busy this week moving into the new home and getting ready for the opening of the football season, practice will begin following school Monday evening, and the w „„,„,„„„, „.„., coach expects-a good turnout. ;ce j p t o f news that Mrs. Merritts Dorothy McNeil, who had helped father had died the day before, during the summer at the Algon-|.Hls name was Monterey Hall, and Runge and sister of the rest ot the Algona group, died last week Tuesday evening, after a sickness of only two weeks. Burial was made in the Clear Lake cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. (L. M. Merritt drove to Maitland, Mo., Saturday on re- ritt's brother Karl, MerdoW, B. D. , came last week Wednesday fof a visit, and went as far as 'Perry with them to spend the week-end with his father, returning with the Merritts. quin Confectionary, resigned Sun-' day to begin teaching a rural school Monday. Ellen Steussy is Dv.il \J\Ji i»i.u»i\A€*j • ••*•• •-—-- ~ j working there this week, till Mrs. = was 86. Funeral sertices were held Monday, and the Merritts were iiciUi >kmv»»v»»rf i »••"- --— expected home Tuesday. Mr. Mer- f AM LOCAli «ale» agent, tor t*» Remington line of type****** There are. an even dozen atytoa, •* which four are portables. Price* ton brand new portable* range " ttvot $34.76 up.—I. O. Dewel, Algous. , . , Cedar 'Rapids, 'who had spent a ag , E gtherville and were met there month here, left last Thursday for L the Hermans . • a week-end jaunt which began with Tne Rev B M _ gouthgate, Britt, a business mission to Des, Moines. had a birt 'hday anniversary last Thence they went to Slgourney, week Sunday, and the event was where Mrs. Wright visited relatives no t forgotten by his daughter, Mrs. t her old home. At Davenport 7. T. Herbst, who, with her family, hey visited E. J. Palmer's famed motored to Britt to offer congratu- Littlo Bit of -Heaven" grotto, then lations, taking with them bountiful visited the Rock Island arsenal, "eats" for dinner, built on an island in the Missis- Craig Smith began work Sunday slppl, where some 30,000 persons a t the Deldutch super-service sta- 8 SOUND, COOLING, , !>FrM«r- Aug. 81, S«pt. Ujl *•«•»_ •••••» IESS Saturday, September 2. Matinee 2:30, 10-25c. More for your money here! Big 3-way show—double feature. BUCK JOKES in ]A hard riding, fast shooting west ern, and SHEILA TERBY NEIL HAMILTON In "Silk Express" It's a big thrill program. , —Also— So. 10 serial The Three Musketeers were ,employed during, the . war, Uion,• wherevhe -worked;, last,spring, which''compares with only 400 .now. He returned 'Home i.last? week Mon- There is rf military museum there, day from Wendover, Utah, and Fal- 'From Rock Island the Wrights Ion, Nev., where he had worked a took Miss Mohme home and visited few months for an uncle in a road her parents a few days. Saturday night they attended one of Amle iSemple-McPherson-'Hutton's revival meetings, and found the much-publicized evangelist more dramatic than Billy Sunday, a master of dramatic effect. She wears a white satin dress, with a black satin robe, and comes in with an armful of flowers. At the close of every service construction gang. iBehlmer, who has ibeen visiting a daughter at Sharon Springs, Kans., returns. Ellen will'also teach. Mrs. William Nugent, Chicago, her sons Jack and "Ding" will leave this week-end, after having] spent the summer at >F. W. Dingley's. "Ding," who looks forward every year to the Algona visit, suffered a foot infection soon after he arrived and was confined to the house till this week. Mr. Nugent will come for his family. Mrs. J. L. Bonar took the C. B. Murtaghs and Bonnie Lee Bonar to DesvMoines Sunday, and Bonnie is visiting the Mtfrta'gh' girls this week. En route home Mrs. Bonar stopped at Ames and brought up Mrs. A. K. Cliff, former Algonian Of Course PBOGRAM and iferrtee on News Reel Thursday and Friday, Sept. 7 and 8 •Show starts at 2:30 and runs every two hours continuous. An outstanding treat for Call the.. in New York. City a ter patrons. Wiy, August 30. 'Air mail to Sce the county fair and the latest Kia Des Moines, shown here 8pe cial productions —the cream of JJnday, Friday same week. !--»» pw habit—see the news here to resume teaching French in high school. Marguerite Dalzlel, daughter ot Mrs. E. W. iLusby, had her appendix removed at the Kossuth hospital Saturday. G. C. Barton has returned from Puyallup, Wash., where he spent a year, and will again make Algona his home. Mrs. Clara Lewis, her daughter Ella, and Dorothy Mawdsley left i'riday for a week or more at the world's fair. Mr, and Mrs. Milton Norton and Mrs. Pauline Worster and her child- en are hack from a wek at the world's fair. Comptroller and Mrs. C. B. Mur agh and daughters Betty and Jean left Sunday for their new scores of children run out from the wings and surround Mrs. Hutton as she kneels to greet them. Sunday crowds were awaiting at the door hours before the services opened, and cars were parked for several blocks. That was her last appearance there. Mr. and Mrs. iR. Wilmert, their son, E. Wilmert, and his wife spent Sunday with the elder Wilmerts' daughter; Mrs. H. C. Bjelland, wife of a state street barber. The elder Wilmerts live retired In town, and the son lives on their farm just this side of Elmore, in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Berls, Dorothy Hutchison, all ot Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison, ot Cedar Rapids, are expected to spend Labor day with the A. Hutch- isons. Mrs. Berls is a daughter of for a visit till today, when Mrs. Bonar will take her back and go on to Des Moines for Bonnie. Algona's new school superintendent, Otto B. I/alng, attended a North Central Qix meeting of superintendents at Eagle Grove Monday afternoon. They discussed policies and schedules for basketball, football, track, and declamatory and extemporanous speaking contests. Schools in the North Central Six are Clarion, Eagle Grove, tome at Des Moines. Mrs. Kathryn Vaughn returned . ,. . ThT jii to the new Dietrich — the and!desire. Love consumed this beautifu -^"vaf'nlStrw-fc Ivoman. |jCill. theater hatolt Sundays. ijs a smashing program. Bfi COUNTY FAIR WEEK .nething entirely new! t-BIG STARB^-4 2,000 in the cast. _ LESLIE HOWARD IMCCTFAIRBANKS JR. PAUL LUKAS UWA»ET,LINDSAY v , in "Captured* kmost exciting screen event r ' [love story of three men and [liek Sennett Comedy. —and— ™,fi THE FAIR WAI" t the World'* Fair here In Algmuu .-9 DAYS if, Tuesday, and Wednesday September 4-5-«. Majcinee every day., r » starts' ftt 2:30 ai»d< contyn- •jfiy two hours, •aftei^ipon and [sure to plan for Algona fair 1 later this week;. --V^sit the f -Mi you need to.rest'and cool [Get a return ticket at the I Come up town. See the new > ahead of the cities. Cool i return refreshed for addl- i at the county fair. : hurst, 111., where she teaches the third grade. The school there begins September 11. Magnus Lichter returned Sunday from Atkins, near Cedar Rapids, where he worked for a veterinary. He returns to Ames this fall to begin his last year,in the study of veterinery medicijie. Mrs. W. H. Weiler, Reinbeck, .left Friday, after three weeks with her. daughter, Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley. She stayed with the Mawdsley baby son Richard while the Mawdsleys attended the world's fair. J. L. Bonar and J. W. Haggard Mrs. Nellie Bowyer, Hollywood, Calif., who is visiting here. The Homer Andersons, accompanied by Russell and Vernon Sands, sons of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Sands, left last week Wednesday for Findlay, O., to visit the W. J. Presnells. On the return trip they were to visit the world's fair. They are expected home tomorrow. Mary J. Rice has returned from LI ttl OlA 0.*^ vi«»- — -, o-- _ - Wefcster City, Hampton, Humboldt, and Algona. (Fred Runge, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Durnin, Wilma Kunge, and Wilfred Runge, all of Algona, went to Clear Lake Friday to attend .funeral services for Mrs. Adam Thomas at the Zion Lutheran church. Mrs. We all will be there— itfi Kossuth Co. Fair at the Whenever you are up or down town remember to go to the "DEPENDON" STORE for your groceries, fresh vegetables, and fruits, of which we generally have a good supply and the very best of 1«aHty. If you intend to can some pears and California peacn- es-do it now—today. The season is soon over with. We have the glass jars, rubbers, and all kinds of covers that you may need. For "Pure Quill" Coffee, Tea, and Spices and Pure Cider or White Distilled Vinegar go to .- ' KRE'S —or phone 290 or 291 for our town delivery. On* of the world'i gr«at love stories comes to the star who can moke it live. DIETRICH "THE SONG,, OF SONGS Monday from Chicago, where she spent a week visiting relatives and seeing the world's fair. 'Lucia "Wallace spoke last Thursday before' the Kiwanis club on. impressions of the South gained last fall, winter, and spring. The Neal Smiths left Sunday tor a week at the world's fair. They were to stop en route for visits at Haifa and Janesvllle, Wis. Dorothy Anderson, Coleridge, Neb., spent the week-end with Dorothy Sellstrom. The girls were (Morningside college friends. Mrs. Carl Magnusson and spent Monday at Des Moines, and took Bonnie Bonar and the Murtagh girls, whom she is visiting, to the state fair. Judge (Bonar rode a toy train with the girls. Mrs. Joseph Bloom and her two- months-old son Richard arrived Friday evening from Minneapolis, accompanied by Mrs. Bloom's sister, Mrs! A. H. Kaplan, Minneapo- several months at a girls' . camp near Frankfort, Mich. 'She stopped at Chicago for several days with friends on her way home.. Mary attended the ' state ..university,: of Michigan last year, and won a scholarship for the coming year. Meryl Norton, who teaches student nurses in a hospital at Rockford, 111., is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. Her sister Bernice, who has been here most of the summer, is leaving for her fourth year of primary teaching at Ketchikan, Alaska. Coach Arthur Nordstrom, of the Academy, has been suffering from an infected ioot since Sunday. A Thomas, who was a daughter of Mr. Department Stores} lis, who is spending several weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Miller left yesterday for Oklahoma City, Okla., where Mr. Miller is high school new pair of shoes wore a 'blister on his right foot which became infected. Under the care of a doctor it is now on the mend, and he expects to be ready for the start of football I practice next Monday. EAYON PANTIES AND BLOOMERS 33c coach. Mrs. Miller had been visit- j^. G . Q. Naudain spoke before Ida I ing "her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. t he Rotary club Monday, giving _the spent their Magnusson, Salina, Kans., Sunday and Monday with cousin, Mrs. B. «. Sellstrom. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles and their sons Theodore, Jack, and Julian, drove to Chicago Sunday for a week at the world's fair. Alice Kain got home Friday from DeKalb, 111., where she had visited relatives. Dorothy Donnelly, accompanied her for a week here. Mrs. Raymond McCorkle and her son Donald are expected home today after several days with Mrs I McCorkle's parents at Melbourne. •Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson ileft Monday for Des Moines.to at tend the state fair. and visit rela tives. They are expected' home to day. £11^ 4AVJ* ^»w» »*---.*| - anse, and Mr. Miller came last week. Laurence Mishach and John Muloney, the latter of Mallard, drove o Pine River, Minn., Saturday for everal weeks at the late Mrs. C. O. Simpson's cottage. Both have my fever, and the climate there is lelpful. Mrs. Thos. Akre and Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson took Charles Akre as far Dubuque last week, and thence he left for Washington, D C., where he works in the Library of Congress and attends the George Washington law school. >Rolland White and Patricia McClure, Iowa Falls, ; and William Cliff, Ames, spent the week-end with local friends. William, who is same address that he gave before the Kiwanis club two weeks ago. His Kiwanis talk was reported in last week's Advance. Three Emmetsburg Rotarians made up attendance here: J. H. Moore, Adolph Johns, and Bert Swanson. Coach and Mrs. Kenneth Mercer Misses Women's It would be true economy i to buy- these garments now, for when these are sold it will he impossible to duplicate these values. We cannot predict future co now. Factories operating under the N. B. A. c«de are increasing wages and shortening hours, which to ta- astng the^riees of their products. Future ship- Ss will cost us more and we will he forced to advance retail prices. __ Final Clean-Up of Wash CHILDREN'S BLOOMERS 19c She changed his •mincj.wheff| i ;; came to loveT ,.•••••'*• ' T'.i ' •,,-!, •' BAXTER < PADDY TMf Nf«T IIST THHM ROUBEN MAMOUIIAN PRO D u c T i o N A foromounl tMvt* with BRIA.N AHERNE HONEl ATWIll i ALISON 'SWPWORTH EXTRA Wo are starting "The SiHy Symphonies this week. Flowers and Tre^s i <Dr J O. F. Price left Sunday fo •Des Moines, where.he -will be locat ed temporarily In connection wit I the government's swine reduction .» r . .<id Mrs. J. C. Carlton and , Mrs. Nellie Guard drove up from jrtarshalltown Monday to call on Mrs. J. H. BrechtblH, who has been sick two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Saunders of Lake Worth, Fla., arrived Tuesday for two weeks with their son, F. E. Saunders, of the local Kennedy Parsons branch. Mrs. Walter Fraser spent tne week-end at the university-- hospital, Iowa City, where she is tak- Fng a series of treatments for the & who is doing a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cliff, former. Algonlans, is working in 1 a hardware store at Ames. iLola Dreesman, for many years principal of the Central school, left last week for Valley Junction where she is supervisor-principa of a grade school. Miss Dreesman devotes her entire time to super vision and has no classes. Theodore Zittritsch began work Monday morning with a paving crew which is laying concrete from Humboldt south on No. 169 to the Webster county line. Mrs. Zit- tritsch will mve to Humboldt this week, with the baby son Jerry Lee. Mrs H. E. Rist and her daughter Alice drove to Fort Dodge Monday for Mrs. Thos. O'Haire.Washington, D C., who will spend two weeks Eight to 12 years — They come in plain color slip cloth, full cut and well made to give better service. Dresses $1 SCHOOL HOSE I OR GIRLS research Argo Starch, 1 Ib. box — Crystal White Soap, 6 giant bars Jar caps, "Mason", dozen Vinegar, pure cider, gallon — Malt Syrup, barley, bloom, can Bottle Caps, gross 15C .Plain Colors The best hose that girls can wear are these ribbed and derby ribbed stockings in black, camel and honey beige. Voiles Eyelets Lace Organdies The very save dresses . that sold for $2.00 are on sale now at half price. Weeks of wear are still possible and the styles are correct. Sizes 16 to 44. Cotton Dresses Reduced OO £ tO—___.——— — — — —————— This season's styles made of fine quality fabrics. Those who buy them will congratulate themselves on their good fortune. Sale of Wash Fabrics Saturtay, September » 2:30 Matinee. for your money- ; GRAY STORY ••- lit '»IJte In The Raw" ; >A di/pioturesque Zane Gray Win ics at Iowa here. Her little daughter, Anne who has spent the summer with her grandparents, will go home with e Mr'.' ; and'Mrs. Scott Fraser and I 0<M> j den t , their,- dawghtsr Peggy^^leave ^ pan '-taext Sunday . ; for i ;• PMlade been i Wttere Scott' 1 teaches physics FLOUR du Lac, ^- JTIVUS 8E6EL The talented singer _ wra tine lor the fair, — and parents, iDr. and.Mrs ser. Mabel and Eunice Bowman SWEET PICKLES re- 16 oz. jar Quart Gold Medal 'Spray _10c 25c Fort had last wa romance. day from Cedar Smpleted a., 12 DRINK iviauci cu»u IM*»«»—- -— .. —- . turned Saturday night from a week i fl at the world's fair. They stopped Im- Preserves _-—3 1»8. 1»C en route home to visit General Grant's old home at Galena, ill- Fruit Nectar, bottle preserved as a museum. They also stopped to visit an aunt at Wav- Root Beer erly. ., Extract, 2 bottles -, — Mr. and Mrs- W. F. Jenkinson and 1 *}«"«*• their granddaughters, Eleanor - - - • _ _ J H n »'*vl MJ lOc Priced in two separate groups GROUP ONE Lawns Batistes n Voiles Fast color quality fabrics — 40 inches wide for children's school dresses at a reduced price for vquick clearance. GROUP TWO Dotted Swiss Flock Dot Voiles Hollywood Voiles Printed Linene Suitings Reduced down to 17c HOSIERY Sheer chiffons or heavier srevice! 69c A lovely, clear, all-silk stocking made to loot well and wear better. WOMES'S STOCKINGS . 25c •Fine gauge, full mercerized stockings in plain colors', san- dee, beige claire and gunmetal. Cruikshank and-Hazel Jenkinson, returned last .week Tuesday from AT THE C Tr a S e vincent, William Dearchs, GRINDING ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING GROUND Satisfaction guaranteed All competition in prices met PENICK SYRUP 10 Ibs. golden _— fe Ibs. golden > -^--— 10 Ibs. Crystal white 5 Ibs. Crystal white ._— Breakfast Coffee, Ib - Bo-Kfi Coffee, vacuum pack, Ib. -— 45c All linen brown toweling, a yard—— 12V 2 c PRINTED MARQUISETTE CURTAINS New fall styles, each _— 79c COMFORT CHALLIES Light and dark colors, 15c 36 inches wide BLANKETS Part wool fancy plaid, 72x84, C1 1Q single _(*l«l ; ^ Deep nap, fancy plaids 72x84, pair ** Fair V. Janse and her son-in, "" H T Miller, Oklahoma City, law, H. T - *"*;% rom a week-end Sfe™«<- s '» j. C.WGAN Phone 69 on 17« West Bend »uraJ Tell your operatpr to reverse phone oajls e BACON—Swift's Premium Whole .or half slabs, Ib. Summer Sausage, Ib. Picnics, boneless, whole or half, Ib. — Beefsteak, sirloin or t-bofte, IS). T -~,— BOYS' PLAY SUITS Hickory back, 6 }.$ years Dress Shirts, fast color broadcloth I Work Shirts,,'blue chambray, coat style Men's (Dress Hose, __ fancy 'plaid patterns- Boys' Shirts, fancy patterns for school Rockford Sox, excellent weight for service ,_ Boys' School Sweaters, a! , wool, pull-over style _ rr -. Misses' Stockings, assorted mottled yarns — White, Outing Flannel, 27 inches wide $1.00 49c 49c lOc Big size, 22x44 inches- Double thread, color-" ed borders. stripe, high. 59C OIL CLOTH COVER 54x54 inches. New patterns, glazed* eggshell finish - Sanitary ton of 12,

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