Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1933 · Page 6
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fAOESlX KOS8UTH COtJNTT ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA C. F. PEEK VISITS OLD CRONIES HEBE G. F. Peek, Portland, Ore., who *ad been at the Twin Cities on a -business mission, arrived Tuesday $or a few days with old friends Acre, and is a guest of Mr. and Mrs m P. Weaver. ^It is now 20 years, more or less, since he left Algona, and in appearance he has changed little. For /many years he and M. P. Haggard •were in .the abstract .business here, «nd Mr. Peek is now in the same business at Portland, where he is •vice president of a big company. Mr. .Peek was postmaster here 25 W 30 years ago. He and his wife Jiare twin sons, their only children, •who were born in Algona. The boys -mre in the employ of their father's company, and, being single, live at -home. ^ It is some eight or nine years since Mr. Peek was here last, and lie marvels at many changes, par- =ticularly in the county road system. He also misses many faces familiar in the old days. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, former neighbors, entertained Mr. «*eek at dinner last night, and Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard will entertain him and the Weavers tonight. HANS JENSEN, 85, SENECA, IS DEAD Lone Rock, Nov. 15—Hans Jen- Sen, 85, died at his home near Seneca, a wcelc ago Friday evening-. "Funeral services were held a week Rffo Tuesday afternoon at the Seneca Lutheran church, the Rev. S. O. Sande in change. Mr. Jensen was born in Wilberg, -TNorway, in il848. His parents were THansen and Mary Jensen. He came -to America in 18S2 settling- i n Kossuth county and residing here until his death. , November 23,. 1SS-1, lie was mar- Tied to Christina Jorgenson. One daughter Inga, died a number of years aso. Surviving children are Julius, Seneca, Mrs. Rudolph Hoken- -stad Oarrletson, S. D., Peter, ot Fort Dodge Mrs. Ralph Mellon. Saskatchewan, Mrs. Guy Griffith, Ttes Moines. All the children were Jhere for the funeral. He is also survived by his wife, brother Martin of Ring-sted, and four sisters, Mrs. .Nels Wilberg, Fenton, Mrs. Julia Mansen, Bode, Sirs. C. J. Shranger and Lene Jensen both of Waterloo. There are ten .grandchildren. Mr. Jensen's six nephews were pallbearers, j. M. Jensen, Ringsted, George Jensen. Ringsted, Miller Jensen, Seneca, Martin Jensen, Jr. Aleona. Helmer Jensen Bode, and H. 2*. Wilberg, Ringsted. IRVINGTON SCHOOL TO HAVE PROGRAM FRIDAY Irvington, Nov. 14—A program -will be presented at the C. R. iScho- "toy schoolhouse this week Friday -evening at S o'clock, as follows: song, Thanksgiving Day; welcome, laicile Halsrud; dialog, Here's to Thanksgiving, six boys; recitation, November Can't Be Beat, Richard Hansen; dialog, The Trained Men- •agerie, school; recitation, Sunday Chores, Milton Espe; dialog, A Real "Thanksgiving, school; recitation, The Best Flag, John Karels; song, JHy Pony, Clarence and Eugene Casey and Kieth Halsrud; dialog, Getting Office Help, Richard Hansen and Philip Halsrud; drill, Pumpkin Heads, school; recitation, A Sensi- iile Boy, Kieth Halsrud; recitation City Maid's Poem, Kathryn Scho- T)y; dialog, Be Thankful, school; -song, Iowa, school; reading, Levinsky at the Wedding, C. R. Schoby; song, William Boldridge. Elsie 3Egel, teacher, will charge 15c and lOc cents admission. After the program free lunch will be served. Andrew Boyer, 83, Bancroft, Passes Bancroft, Nov. 14—'Funeral services for Andrew Boyer, S3, were lield last week Wednesday morning at St. John's Catholic church, the JRey. J. p. Schultes singing the requiem mass. Pall .bearers were F. J. Welp, N. J. Schiltz, A. B. Lappe, W. A. Murray, P. A. Lonergan, and Henry Deitering. Mr. Boyer died last week Sunday morning at the home of his daughter Mrs. Louis Dudding. He was born January 12, 1850, in Bavaria, Germany, and came to Iowa at the age of 31. Ten years later he moved to Kossuth county and had been a resident ev- «r_since. In 1875 he married Kath- «rine Whittman, who died 16 years ago, and 11 years ago he married Ttfrs. Barbara Windrell, Bancroft, who died in 1931. » Luther's Birthday Celebrated Here Sunday Afternoon In spite of the wind and dust storm which swept Iowa Sunday, a large audience gathered at the Algona high school auditorium in the afternoon to celebrate the 450th anniversary of the birth of Martin liuther, great reformer of the church. The Rev. J. F. Schulz, of Clinton, conducted the services/assisted by the Revs. W. T. Wolfram, tJarner, and P. J. Braner, Algona. The St. Paul's orchestra, of Fort Dodge, accompanied congregational singing. The platform was decorated with palms and cut flowers, a courtesy of the Algona Greenhouses. Some 800 people attended the festival, which was sponsored by the Missouri Lutheran churches of the Algona circuit. North End Farmer Sent to Cherokee Albert Christian, farmer and former horse trader, was committed to the Cherokee state hospital Saturday as an inebriate by the county board of insanity. The hearing was held Saturday morning, and Sheriff Dahlhauser took him to Cherokee that afternoon. The man was found in a cornfield Friday by neighbors, who said he was without coat, hat, or shoes. He farmed a mile south and a short distance east of El- pore, and is nearly 60. He was living alone, being unmarried. BEGINNING THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16th - A GREAT STOREWIDE All Prices Reduced to a New Level, in line with Present Day Prices of Corn and other Farm Prod —Look These Prices Over and You 9 ll Know they are Real Bargaj ll Wint "Xeverniend" Pure Silk H<> se Full Fashioned Silk Hose shade. Sale price 2 pairs for Silk and Wool Hose L^.s'S and gun metal. Sale pnee New Gloves Especially Priced Kid Glores Cape quality kid gloves in both brown and WacU in either plain or apphqued £ J g trim. Sale price Suede Fabric Gloves At Sharply-Cut Prices Our Best Coats <fc A f\ All Included <P£,M^§ Valuesto*69now M *^ Coats that are des tinctively high class, values to $50, now - COATS- that are exciting values Priced to $35 now Priced to $40 now $33.75 $26.75 Coats that should sell for $25, now $16.95 Sale price Blankets of Wool and Cotton AT t Prices Far Belov Their Regular Worth Part Wool Blankets e,-, 0 79*84 in Dart wool blankets in arge size 72x84 in. pan. ~ •J.CLI, ylaid patterns and colors. A it^ gy regular $4.50 value. Sale price .... W Blanket Sheets i Large size fluffy cotton blankets in colgW plaid patterns. Sale price Heavy Cotton Blankets Extra size 72x84 in. and of an extra heavy^uaUty^ double blan k ets,either Plain tan and _ gray, or in colorful plaids. P"ce On Our Lower Floor Algona's Bargain Spot Seasonable Needs at Prices Far Below Their Worth During this sale we will offer at ridiculously low prices— Women's Winter Coats Women's Silk and Wool Dresses Women's Wool Suits Women's Cotton Dresses Women's and Children's Underwear Women's and Children's Hose Women's and Children's Mittens and Gloves Blankets, Sheets, Sheeting •• Bedspreads, Curtains—; and many more everyday needs you will want to take advantage of. Dresses t from silk and wool that are tri umphs of high fashion and low prices. Children's Coats Two Groups Group One Wool and Silk Dresses Values to $8.50 now ' $4.98 Group Two .DRESSES worth to $10 now $6.98 Uce and Ruffled Curt *1-50. Sale price Bed Spreads value. Sale price MM Hand Bags Clever new envelope styles in colors of brown and black. Some have the popu- 'lar zipper fastening. Sale rt Y price...«/)-£•« Group Three DRESSES worth to $13.95 now . .. Beautiful Silks travel print 89 C The most Styli » h Wooleiu weaves. w« !!? fai)rics in woolens are crepe *» $9.98 LINEN TOWELING Group Four Many of our finest dresses values to $23.75 Genuine „ "Stevens" quality all linen tow- eJing in either bleached or un- 'bleached. Sa)e price Travel Prints Fancy Flannel and pajamas can both Outing Flannel An excellent quality 36- in. width outing flannel in both light and dark colors—sale price 12cyd. Cotton Bats Large comforter size 3- pound cotton bats of a nice white fluffy quality —Sale price 48c COTTON PRINTS Color fast standard quality English prints, new patterns, i n Sale price JL 6 C OUTING GOWNS Nicely made full cut ladies' outing flannel gowns sale price SHEETS Bleached bed sheets of the large size 81x99 inch excellent standard " quality. Sale price.. Christensen Bros. Co. "Algona's Greatest Store" mom Rayon Bloomers Full cut nicely made with flat lock seams, rayon bloomers women—Sale price Children'* Children's full stockings m all from 6 to 10. lent quality in a shade of tan—Sale

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