Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1933
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NOVEMBER 9,1933. CALL KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE Anniversary Greetings .n, El««tri« ^ ld * Range Sound is your guarantee of, all the E,i overturn in music of the big musicals. prtdajr, NOT. 9 and 10 matinee 2:30. Yu »•« Scharliel KAZU PITTS EPNA MAE OLIVER in "Meat tile Baron" hie comedians df the screen show, "Meet the Bar- Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday * November 15-16-17. Matinee Thursday, 2:30. for them when they [College Shopping , ay p» November 11. Armistice Bar. It's a surprise! Mi* BRENDEL Walter Catlett Barbara Weeks Susan Fleming Directed In Mtkolm St. CUir t,i on p, 6,1, i -!>.~,-.,,. ~™. . More Comedy ie Chase. - Micky Mouse. New News—One day old. November 12-18-14 and Tuesday DUNN *Jim« KNIGH1 EDWARDS *3K George Elbert has been sick ten days and confined to 'his home. Mr., and Mrs. A. A. Lyon spent the week-end with relatives at Waterloo. Mrs. A. D. Adams returned early last week from a month with relatives at Chicago. Frances Messer, local high school teacher, spent the week-end at her HunVboldt home. Jeanette Goeders will spend the week-end' in toes Moines, the guest of Harold Falkenhainer. Mr. and Mrs. Jos.' Martini, Emmetsburg, spent Tuesday with their daughter, Mrs. H. L. Hoenk. Mrs. Henry Johannsen Sr. sprained an ankle Friday while she was working in her 1}asement. •Edgar Finnell and Hoyt iRaney, State college students, - spent the week-end with their parents. iRuth McMahon, Galva teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Agard Spent •last week-end at Iowa City and attended the Iowa-Ames football game. ,i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz and ;heir son Arnold motored to Ven- ;ura Sunday afternoon to visit the Conrad Ristaus. The Paul 'Laidleys, Estherville, spent Sunday with the H. M; Vin- sons. Paul and Mrs. Vinson are brother and sister. Margaret Habeger, Margaret Vi- gara, and Ella Zumach, I. S. T. C students, will spend the week-en< at their respective homes. ' Mr. and MTS. K. D. James got home Monday from Omaha, where they had spent a week with their daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nasby. Mrs. R. H. Foutz, Sioux City, is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. iSaunders. Mr. Foutz brought her to Algona Sunday. The E. A. Howes, Bancroft, visited Friday with Mrs. Geo. E. Johnson, who is recuperating from a recent major operation. Mr. Howe is her uncle. Allan Habeger, of Elgin, visited ibriefly Sunday at the home of his ncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. labeger. He was en route home rom Ottosen. Children's week will be celebrat- d at the local public library next week, according to Mrs. Lura San- Mrs. Ahhlc M. Hudson, Claremont, Calif., sent greetings and said she now attends a Community church, only one there, 37 denominations represented, nearly 12000 members. • * * * Until Surkow, of Saratoga Springs, N. Y., now Mrs. F ,R. Nuhn, wrote that she could .not come, but sent best wishes. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Vincent, San Antonio, Tex,, said they could not be present In the flesh but would be in the spirit. * * * * IJclle Tcllter, Seattle; sent h.n excellent peom about "The kit- tle Church Back Home," which, she said, represented the sentiments of herself and her sister. She didn't say whether it was of her own composition. She still writes a young woman's hand. Helen K. stnrr, of the Hill •"Reference T-iibrary, St. Paul, telegraphed that she could not attend the anniversary doings. * * * * LUlle Hancy Calry, Sioux City, wrote that it seemed only a short time since she lived here, but it is in fact 23 years. Sho has a boy at Ames, a girl at Morningside, and two girls in the grades. * • • • Mr, and Mrs. W. B. Davidson, Crystal Lake, Minn., expressed regrets that they could not come. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark, Britt, sent wishes for a happy time and many prosperous years in the Lord's service. • * • • Mrs. Myron Schenck, Minneapolis, said she would be hap-, py to attend but had to forego the pleasure. "May the church continue to grow' and prosper." ***** Mrs. J. A. Hendriks, darnett, Kans., formerly .- Lillian Moline, feels about like a pioneer member, it -being 30 years since she joined the o.hurch and was active in Sunday school, C. B., and choir. ***** Lizzie B. Conner, Wheaton, 111., wrote that she and her family left Algona 37 years ago next month, but still keep In touch with the oHl friends here via the Advance. Her mother is blind and has been confined to bed 3% years. The. radio is Mrs. Conner's life,, for her mind Is clear and she Is still Inter- 1 ested in what goes on In the world. ***** Mrs. Mary J. Clarke, Los Angeles, -sent a two-page letter in her own handwriting, though she is past 90. For 60 years she was associated with the church, and her memory of happy by-gone days is keen. She still reads the papers and is interested in the world's news. She is well and gets about to see old friends and new in California. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman, Irs. G. C. Barton, Mrs. William Dehnert, and Mrs. C. C. Wright at- ended a iReibekah lodge meeting at Burt last Thursday night. .Edna we enjoyed the trip nevertheless. We covered more than 2,000 miles. Now we are unpacking and getting settled. The weather here is fine. Please change the address of my Staley, Burt, who was a delegate to Advance at once, for I am anxious a recent Rebekah state assembly at Council Bluffs, gave a report and she will give, the same report at.a meeting of the local Tuesday night. lodge next Algonians who attended the Perry McDonald Jr. funeral at Burt Friday were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mur- James McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Goeders, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent, Mr. and Mrs.. G. W. Stillman, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver, W. E. McDonald, son Sherwood, Dr. M. G. Bourne, L. E. Linnan, H. W. Miller, 'R. B. Waller, Jos. Greenberg, M. J. Pool, E. C. Hancher, and Mrs. Opal Morrison. Algonians who attended a county Legion Auxiliary meeting at Burt Tuesday afternoon were: Mesdames H. D. Clapsaddle, Anne Zitt- ritsch, M. A. Bartholomew, L. M. Merritt, Glen MoMurray, O. W. Erickson, Jno. Kohlhaas, Jeanette McMurray, A. H. Stock, D. E. Sheehan; .'John Dutton, T. L. Larson, Andrew Larson, E. iR. Morrison, V. V. 'Naudain, and G. D. Brundage. Leota Zeigler also attended. Nearly 60 high school pupils have began work in North Central declamatory contests to' be held in to • hear from home." (Mr. Ogren's address is again Grande Courts, San Antonio, .Tex. Editor and (Mrs. R. R. Roberts, of Britt, drove to Algona last week Wednesday for a matinee at the Call. iSom,e weeks ago Mr. Roberts had an operation tor gallstones, and he has not yet recovered sufficiently t6 resume work. He has been at Britt 30 years or more, and his paper, the News-Tribune, is a consolidation of the News, which the Roberts brothers published, and the widely (known Tribune which was for many years published by "Bailey of Britt." Mr. Roberts' brother is still with him. Howard, 2-year-old son of Mr and Mrs. Peter Kayser, St. Joe, was operated on Tuesday night at the 'Kossuth hospital for gangrene< appendix. Mrs. iLaura iFrideres of Ottosen, was operated on for jptured ... appendix last week Vednesday,- and Mrs. .Willie Joos ilmbre, was operated on las 'hursday for mastoiditis. Lucia Wallace was a patient at the hos >ital from Saturday till Tuesda 1 or medical treatment. Ollie iHand and, Algona farmer, entered th ly last week. Her mother, Mrs. W. P. Clark, and her aunt, Mrs. L. H. Trow, came for her. Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Trow are Mrs. French's sisters. Mrs. Mary Smith, Genoa, Ohio, arrived last week Wednesday to Phylida Sonnerholm, who had been sick with heart trouble a month at the 'D. D. Monlux home, was taken to her home at Crystal iLake Sunday in the Laird & McCullough ambulance. She formerly worked at the Morrison Beauty shop. Mrs. Congregational Jubilee She is a Sonnerholm, had been with her here ers, librarian. James • Cooney and Kathleen Pierce, the latter a Kossuth teach- r, spent the week-end at Cedar daughter of the late Lewis H. Smith and Eugenia RistnSmith, the latter one of the charter members of the church. Beulah Hartshorn, of the Marigold beauty shop, spent Monday afternoon at Bancroft, where her 'brother Caleb, of Swea City, underwent an appendicitis operation. Caleb, who is 17 and a Junior in high school, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. iRoy Hartshorn, Swea City. Eleanor Keen, of the state uni- iFalls, attending a homecoming he I. S. T. C. Mrs. Jos. W. Wadsworth went to Corwith Tuesday to spend a few weeks with her niece, .Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster. iShe. attended, the since she was taken sick. December. Most of the parts were given to students last week, and practice has started under the direction of Mrs. Otto B. iLaing. Students in the extemporaneous class ibegan work some weeks ago under the direction of Principal John McDowell. Mrs. 'Laing has charge o: humorous and dramatic. There is no oratorical class. 'Dr. R. J. Thissen, his wife, am children attended the burial o: Mrs. Lou Ricke in the Catholi cemetery at Wesley Friday. Th services took place at .Hampton She was the wife of Mrs. Thissen' brother, and was once, before he marriage two or three years ago employed at the Dr. A. D. Adams home here. Her maiden name was hospital Friday tor medical treat ment. The Mrs. E. J. Skinner house o south Minnesota street has bee rented to the J. R. Blossoms, Bur who will take possession next wee Wednesday. It has been rente< urnished. Mrs. Skinner Will gat* oft Dodge December 1 to. live wttfi er daughter Kate; who teaches here, and they will have an apart' ment. Mrs. Skinner expects to re- urn to her home here in the pring. Mr. Blossom, who is tW ather of iR. S. Blossom, was for many years a Burt hardware deal- r. He is the uncle of E. J. and 0. B. Murtagh. Mrs. Jay Budlong and her daugh- ers Marguerite and Edithmae were Jgona visitors Friday. Marguerite s the girl who fell 95 feet out of • ree tour years ago and injured he* pine. At first it was feared that she might never walk again, but he now gets about with a cane. 3he spent two years with an aunt n California and expects to go back soon, alter haying spent the iummer at home. Marguerite had ust become Titonka correspondent or the Advance when her accident occurred, and since then EdithmaS las been correspondent. Mrs. Don Allen, Davenport, brought home her brother, Raymond Kresensky, who had spent TWO weeks with the Aliens. Mr. Kresensky gave a talk on poetry before the Davenport Woman's club and other organizations, and spokfl on the same subject 'before th« Anamosa Rotarians and the P. B. O.'s. Mrs. Allen, who is the former Mildred Kresensky, will go homa sometime this week-end, after visiting her mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. Mrs. Allen and Raymond; drove to Marikato Friday to bring home Mrs. Kresensky, who had spent a month there at the horn* of her son Louis. Ann Gerleman, of St. Benedict. A paragraph in another column from Wesley gives further particulars. Col. C. O. iRiddle reports a good diamond Jubilee events at the Con- combination sale at the N. A. En- gregational church last week-end, : and no one got more, out of-them. "Aunt Jen" has been affiliated with the church ever since she was a girl in (Father Taylor's time. Among Algonians attending the Iowa-Ames football game at Iowa at versity, is the only freshman among | city Saturday were R. J. Harring- Mrs. Robert Featherstone, Oma- came Monday for several days 17 students initiated recently into the Junior Delta Sigma Rho honorary debating society. Eleanor is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. with'her uncle and aunt, Mr. and • Keen, and was .graduated from the Urs. S. E. McMahon. She is the ormer Mabel Grapotte. The F. B. Schaffers, Mason City, •visited here briefly Sunday afternoon, and Mrs. Schaffer's mother, Mrs. J. O. Paxson, went home with them for a several days visit. " C. R. La Barre, A. E. Michel, H. E. Rist, and E. L. IHatton, the latter of Britt, returned Sunday from Freeport, 111., where they had gone ...lli* Glilil WATCH .,.lH» SUril Nf AM TuMll lunl RritQlt THEATRE on a business mission last Thursday. Mayor and Mrs. C. .F. Specht anc Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Behrends will spend Sunday at Forest City with the Harry 'Larsons. Mrs. Larson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Specht, and Mr. fiehrends is Mrs. Specht's Algona high school last spring, John Lunstrum went to Emmetsburg last week Tuesday to work on the Tribune, but is expected here Sunday for the day with Mrs. Lunstrum and'the baby, who are at present with Mrs. Lunstrum's mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. John is a former Advance employe. Dr. W. D. Andrews returned Sunday from Kirksville, Mo., where he had taken Mrs. Andrews and the daughter Beverly (Friday. Mrs. Andrews and Beverly will be there a month while the former cares for her father, who recently had an operation for removal of a cataract. ton, Gordon iDewel, Evelyn Bode, Madonna Quinn, and William Mann, and Drs. C. D. Schaap and H. M. Olson. Doctors . Schaap and Olson 'also .attended dental clinics there, and Miss Quinn went from Iowa City to Chicago for world's fair. gine Works building Saturday. Holstein heifers carrying their first calves brought an average of $26, and other cattle in .proportion. Mrs. O. M. Huber, Wesley, sold a suckling colt to M. E. Wallace, of Fenton, at $40. Next Saturday's offering will include 100 western ewes and a number of boars of different ihreeds. Two high grade fresh Swiss cows will 'also be sold. The Albert Ogrens, who left a week ago for San Antonio, Tex., got there Friday, and a note from Mr. "We arrived at 3:30 F OR SERV1CE GOING UP! The prices on all wearing apparel is going up. The way to head off unnecessary outlay for new clothes is to have us Dry Clean, Press and Repair Your Wearing Apparel— We give you prompt and satisfactory service and save you money. HOW ABOUT YOTJB FURS! We can make the necessary alterations or repairs, giving to your, fur garments many more months of service. We call for and deliver. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 587 after a strenuous drive, but Fall and Produced b» Lour.nc. Schwab inoiiKlalionwIlli William Rowland I and Mont* trie* I he hundred blondes, brunettes, [heads, in a fast - road show peal, direct from (N. Y. run, in lires. Ukelele Ike and Jimmy Dunn steal the show. - .... > New News—One day old. And Comedy Program. brother. Herbert 'French got home last Carlysle Johnson, Bancroft, _ | tered a plea of guilty in Justice, White's court last Thursday to a charge of threatening to commit a week Monday from Philadelphia, public offense September 28. He = ,Pa., where he had spent the sum- was placed under a peace bond of s He was employed at a swim- fl.OO. Costs .of ?4.25 were paid by = mer. TIC wua CJIHJIUJCVI ai, » ^..*... Y-.— • « « rt ».f;« i ming pool near the city, and is now Johnson, and the case was contm- employed at the Swift plant. He is ued. ip ar <«m«? S the son of Mrs. S. B. French. ! Mr. and Mrs Walter M. Parsons. = Mr and Mrs A A. Bishop and 'Des Moines, left Monday, after the |S : their s"n Harryspent Sunday at week-end with the latter s nephew,3 Traer, where they visited the John D. P. Smith. - They went .to- Eagle | s MeKunes. Mrs, Margaret Bishop, Grove from here to see^a son who mother of A. A., came home with teaches there. Mr - Parsons^ was them to spend the winter here. She formerly a .field worker for the had been visiting the McKunes. (.state Y. M. C. A., but is now re Marriage licenses have been is- tired. r r pt7mpver sued to Edward Taylor, of Good i Dr. and Mrs. C.«. Cretzmeyer, Thunder. Minn., Esther (Martin, of son Charles and daughter Janare- • an ,i waiter J. turned Sunday from aowa City, Waukon, Minn., Goche, Louise Lappe, both of Bancroft. . Mrs. H. H. Lorenz, Estherville, and Mrs. Vern Smith, Winner, S. Mr. THE WAY I WE CLEAN Blankets, Comforts and Pillows— They remain soft, fluffy and with all the fuzzy down they had when they were new! Colors don't fade, and delicate bindings remain fresh looking. Of course we call rfnd deliver. KIRSCH LAUNDRY Phone 367. No Hunting SI G N S 2 for 5e for readable colored signs 5c eacli for Heavy white cardboard Post your farm and require hunters to get permission. Know who is hunting on your land. Call at the Kossuth County Advance FOR SIGNS D. came .Sunday for several days visit with the R. H. Millers. mu visiting women are sisters of Miller. Mrs. M. J. Kenefick and her son Paul spent the week-end at Minneapolis. (Paul has been here a week, helping his mother arrange her affairs before returning .to their home at Minneapolis. Richard Schmidt, of Storm 'Lake, spent the week-end at IS. B. McMahon's, and Marion McMahon accompanied him home Sunday for a several days visit. Mr. Schmidt is a building contractor. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ingnam went home Monday, after having been.here since Friday, attending diamond jubilee events at the Congregational church. They put up at the Algona 'hotel. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. -Mason and her sons Earl and Robert spent Sunday at Ringsted with Mrs. Mason's parents Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Darnell, where the doctor had attended a clinic since Thursday. Mrs. Cretzmeyer and the children went down Saturday to bring him home and were guests-at the home of Dr. E. Winter Opening and Style Show The Boston Store Algona - - Iowa . I Will Start Friday, November 10 Our stock of fall and winter merchandise is now very complete and most all the goods were bought and owned before there Mas very much advance over last year's prices, and delivered to us this fall at the old price. So we own practically all fall and winter goods at much less than we could duplicate them at if we had to buy '^'jf result the The P. Plass. Mr. Mason is janitor at the new hi eh school building. Mrs. R. W. Horigan and Mrs. G. D. Stokes spent Saturdfty and Sunday at Spencer, where MTS. Hongan visited Mr. Horigan, now employed in a shoe store there, and Mrs. Stokes visited a sister. J. 'D. Lowe and Clerk OB. J. Me- Bvoy spent part of last Thursday at Emmetsburg'bn a business mission and the following day Mr. Mc- iEvoy and E. C. McMahon were at Whittemore on legal affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth returned last week Wednesday from Chicago, where they had spent several days on business and at the world's fair. Mr. Lamuth is manager of the local Swift plant. •Lucia Wallace suffered an attack of acute indigestion Saturday nig'ht at the J. T. Chrischilles home, where she was visiting, and was taken to the Kossuth hospital. S'lie was able to go home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders returned last week Wednesday from St Paul where they had visited since Sunday with their daughter. The Frank Sterlings have moved in with Mrs. Sterling's mother, Mrs. M. W. Ferguson, who recently lost her husiband, and have rented their own house on east Grove street to the Harold Kuchenreuthers, who took possession last week-end. Mr. Kuchenreuther is employed at the Ford garage. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irian have moved from Corwith to Algona. They have a daughter named Jo Ellen. Mr. Irian was formerly cashier of a branch bank at Corwith, but for the last few months las been field representative of the Equitable 'Life Insurance company n this territory. Mrs. 'Russell .Weaver is expected home tomorrow from San Augus- tin6, Tex., where she has spent the last six weeks with her parents Before going to Texas she visitec the world's fair. Mr. Weaver is in the employ of the Ames extension department, and the Weavers liv in the Vera apartments, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway and them now. And our'customers are going" to get the benefit of this sale. You will notice we are any souvenir flowers or hiring a high priced sales company to manage this fall-winter opening, as saving is passed on to our customers. v Our store is operated on a strictly cash basis with only a reasonable profit expected. We are here to stay as a part.of your community, ™nuing a^good lrL°r« 0 l^±I?,,!v he r nUnt Ji a ±"n S are going to work for you during these times and keep the cost to you as low as we S give us your business and help us make a small profit on a large volume of business. We cordially invite you -— gne uo juu» MUB»MI-OO »•"' r f , . ,.,„!„_„,„ *n mAwhnndisA alisnliifalv eruaranteed to visit our store at any time, and you will find a frien lly welcome, 'satisfactory or money refunded. AH merchandise absolutely guaranteed as Mrs. C. T. Kennedy. Kenneth Frankl drove the Goeders car. Mr and Mrs. Wallace McDougall and their son Bobby spent Sunday at Mason City with Mrs. McDougall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Tubbesing. Mr. MoDougall is em- nloyed at the Kent Motor garage. Yvone Clark, Laurens, who had spent two months with her aw« Mrs. W. P. French, went fccae ear their son David took Mrs. Shumway's mother, Mrs. A. G. Obrecht, to her home at Havelock Sunday, and from there went on to Suther- and to visit Mr. Shumway's mother, Mrs. D. F. Shumway. Mrs. Obrecht had spent ten days " with he local Shumways, Irma Greiner is taking a week s enforced vacation from her duties as cashier and bookkeeper at the Goeders store. She had her tonsils •amoved at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, Monday, and is recuperating at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Greiner. She re- urned from Mason City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith attended the Iowa-Ames football game at Iowa City Saturday. Maurice Cullen Whittemore, accompanied them as far as Charles City, where he visited his family till Sunday. Mr. Cullen and his son Terry then returned to Algona. Mr. Cullen is now employed toy the state highway commission here, Esther Dearchs, (Mildred Poole Esther Quimby, Leona Smith, Laura Hoelscher, Mary Jane Lewis, Lakota> Delia Frankl, and Margauei Morris were among Algonians at tending homecoming festivities a the State Teachers college -last week-end. The I. S. T. C. football team was defeated 13-0 in a game against Simpson college.. = MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S Suits Fine all-wool worsted hand tailored Suits. Big assortment of the latest styles and patterns. AT POUR LOW PRICES— $12.50 $14.50 $17.50 |$19.75 Sizes 34 to 50. Models to fit every man. Every Suit worth at least 25 per cent more today. Other extra fine Suits. ' ; ii.fi' MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S || O'ercoats 1 : ' ' " S ~ S Fine quality all-wool, hand tail- pi ored Overcoats,, in all new styles ^ and staple models. Plain blues or Sj new colors, at lowest prices— r^s $9.95 $12.50 " $15.50 $19.50 Sizes to fit every man. OTHER FINE COATS AT $22.50 $25.00 MEN'S TOPCOATS AT LAST SPRING'S LOW PRICES j $22.50 $25.00 A Live Model Will Appear in Our Windows, Friday Saturday, Nov. 10 and 11 Showing Styles of All Garment^ THE BOSTON STORE "Headquarters for Bargains "GOOD CLOTHES AT I^OW PRICES" Plenty of Salesmen to Wait on You Illlllllllllllllllllllllllll " Always Glad to Show Buy oy #ft*

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