Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1933 · Page 10
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EX-ALGONIA IN CALIFORNIA HAVE PICNIC Mrs. Bowyer Has 28 Oldtimers at Party. ^^^^^.^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^^^^^^^^^j^^^^^^^Ai^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^?^ *-Af\ lR 4i^l ° ° ""''''' Wh ' Jr., of Early, were married at St. Cecelia's church Tuesday morning in the presence of 100 relatives and friends. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. J. Davern. Mrs. Nellie G. Bowyer wrote re- __ The bride, who is'a daughter Of to 1m,, glv cently from i,os Angeles as follows : A long-talked of gathering of oldtimers from Algona took place at my home Friday, October 20. Most of us were old schoolmates Who used to study the McGuffy Mr. find Mrs. George Dunn, wore a white satin gown and carried a bouquet of pink roses She was at- tended by her cousin, Camilla Eraser, who wore a gown of grey crepe with accessories to match, and carried a mixed bouquet of carnations. Mr. Hobhs is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George «obbs Sr., of Alta. He -,~~ u . ,_.v-v, 4t ,^ Miuuuo <oi., m >\ua. zie readers. The party was a picnic | is employed in construction work on my lawn. My cabinet organ was, a *- Barl y at present, and there the moved onto the porch, and we sang cou Ple are making their home, the old songs and gave selections ,. Following the ceremony a noon from the McGuffey readers. Among dinner was served at the'home of US, were many who still had good voices, and we made the welkin ring. The following were present: 28 Ex-Algonians Present. Viola, Bertha, and Horace Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waldo, Mr.': a group of me and Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mr. and mount a wagon Mrs. Edw. Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. i pink, greei " Charlie Waldo, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. and drawn the bride's parents, at which 30 guests attended. After the ceremony the couple went to the Peterson have pictures taken, they came out they Studio to and when' siezed by! forced to, with Mrs. Lettie Hutchins White, Mrs. Cina Hutchins Call, Cora Setchell, Mrs. Emily C. Dodge, Josephine (Jodie) Carlon-Skiff, Mrs. Ruby Smith-Wallace, Mrs. Lida Watson Cole, Mrs. W. H. Horan, Mrs. Effie Hawkins-Berryman, Mrs. Julia Thomas, Marian and Charles Thomas, Mrs. Ollie Salisbury-Walker, and Mrs. Gwendolyn Norrie. parents' home {or the wedding dinner. Pnrties Honor Guest from Sioux City— Mrs. 'Floyd Saunders at luncheon last week T and ana — —~..*, w *i 4w,oi/ »VCCM. A uesuuy ana last week Wednesday night entertained .at dinner, in honor of her TT , i T . ------ ---- , — . "aureu ,-ai umner. in honor Unable to be present for various guest, Mrs. R. H. Foutz Basons were Mr. and Mrs. Charles City. There were 12 guests l ' .Lust of Academy Pnrties The last of a series of three evening parties at St. 'Cecelia's ! academy was given Monday night, .with Mrs. Chas. Gilbride and Mrs. 0. W. Erickson's division in charge. There were 24 tables of bridge and 500. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. Walter Lorenz and N. J. Weydert, and the high 500 prizes by Everett Robinson and Mrs A Wagner. After cards refreshments were served, and the rest of the evening was spent at dancing. Dutch Treat Bridge Dinner— A group of wives of Legionnaires had a Dutch treat dinner Saturday night at the Mrs. Agnes Tibbets home, and after dinner bridge was Played at M. G. Norton's. Mrs. Jos. Bloom and Mrs. M. J. Streit won the high score prizes. Others in the group were Mesdames Norton, H. W. Pletch, A. E. Kresensky, Walter (Lorenz, H. M. (Smith, A. D. Adams, E. A^ Schemel, M. H. Falk- and . . . ere were Palmer, Mrs Joe 'Nicoulin, Mr. and luncheon, and the hih Mrs. E. A. Wolcott, Col. and Mrs. i score was won by Mrs W s Sioux for bridge The Cookes were moving that day to a place in the foothills above Burbank and Glendale for the benefit of Mrs. Cooke's. flicted with asthma. Horans Operate Paint Store. tSSS ' ~"-oj. i.c*iiicu ill/ I O C1OCK dinner Friday night in honor of Mrs. Foutz, Sioux City. A two- c.1. • ~ * course dinner was served at four She is af- small tables centered with bouquets of flowers. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. E. R. , x , 1 ,^ Jl «.^ j.n. . y rs. E. R The W. H. Horans are living with Mor »son and Mrs. Jos. Greenberg. ! Mrs - Fout z received a guest prize. Mesdames iM. J. Pool E C Hancher, and' L. C. .Baker entertained last Thursday night in honor of Mrs. Foutz. There were eight guests, and the high bridge score was won «by Mrs. W. H. Cummings, and Mrs. Foutz received a guest Clemmer and his family at 1600 N. Gardner st. Karel and his wife have a new boy. and Mrs. Horan !Was with them for the arrival. Mr. Horan and Clemmer have a paint store near Hollywood blvd.r and Karel is working for the Los Angeles Times. Centenary Class Has Party— The Methodist Centenary class was entertained at dinner and program at the church Tuesday night the November division in charge' Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe, chairmen. Following 6:30 dinner a program was given: double quartet of high school boys; flute and clarinet duet, Donald Parsons and Max Miller; two vocal solos, Donald Hutchins; and a skit by a high school group. i Surprise for Mrs. Dickinson- Mrs. E. . C. Dickinson was taken by surprise Saturday night, when her bridge foursome dropped in bringing lunch. This was a "housewarming," for Mrs. Dickinson recently moved from her house on south iRidgeley to one of the Harrington apartments on Thorington. i he foursome consists of Mrs. s ° n .- Mrs. K. D. James, Mrs. Paine, and Mrs. L. G. Baker. Teo for Committee Chairmen- Mrs. V. V. Naudain and Mrs. A. H. Stock entertained the chairmen of committees for the recent Auxiliary play at tea Monday afternoon between 2:30 and 5. Guests were Mesdames T. L. Larson, a iiiiics. I —-•« Mrs. Dodge came from Fallon, | prize Becker, E. R. Morrison, Nov., a week ago to attend her Christian Science class at Pasadena. Her sister, Mrs. Skiff, accompanied her. They have been visiting the Misses Mann, who are old Irvington neighbors, and other friends. McGuffey readers, by the way, are now scarce. I have hunted through several old bookstores, but have not been able to find any. In the main library here there are County Auxiliary Holds Meeting: at Burt— Eighty-four county Legion Auxiliary members held a quarterly meeting at Burt last week Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Ida Larson of Swea City, county president ' in charge. Mrs. A. B. Tweeten, gwea City, sang the Star-Spangled [Banner at the opening. Matters of interest to the Auxil- reader. me mam murary nere tnere are . """•<•«=" "J. interest to the Auxil- only five of the six readers in the ™ ry were discussed, and in recogni- series, and they are kept under tlon of four units having gone over lock and key. Fortunately I found '• tile to P in membership drives. Mrs. a Fifth reader among my own | Lai *son presented awards to the '*"'"• and Mrs. Skiff has a sixth- 'Swea City, Fenton,, Algona, and ' Bancroft units. Kossuth is now 100 per cent in publicity work and appointments, and leads the state in projects towards all citation points. Titonka furnished a pep program "*"ig an hour, and the two skits, Catastrophe of the Failure- yille Unit and The Good Old-Fash- j.ii me vy^twwtA JIMIUI/V* ^^ -* '*~ ioned School, were heartily ap- English Journal, official organ of j plauded. The Burt unit served the national council of teachers of | lunch, and Fenton extended an' in- Enelish. annears an article entitled vitatinn fnr fho r>o v * „,„„*,-— :_ ALGONA TEACHER'S ARTICLED PRINTED In the October number of The H. G. W. - ' ---• if-HJl iAOX/11, \X. ']") Brundage, H. D. Clapsaddle, L.' M. Merritt, W. P. French, Wm. Hawcott, Jeanette McMurray and Merle Griggs. Birthday Annirersnry Observed Six couples had a potluck dinner Monday night at Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent's, the occasion toeing Mrs. R. H. Miller's birthday anniversary Bridge was played, and Mr. and Mrs. Miller won the high family prize. Joint Meeting is Planned- Members of the Masonic lodge and the O. E. S. will hold a joint i meeting at the Masonic Temple Tuesday, November 28, and a Thanksgiving program will Tiven. be tllC JJCld-l/JJCIl (J^WJJt^Jl VJ. VVit*L.iiW-l O "J. English, appears an article entitled The Art of Praise, by Ruth Messenger, Algona high school English teacher. Citing incidents in her own teaching experience, Miss Messenger vitation for the next meeting in February. Former Algonians Are Fifty Years Married— A good many Algonians remem- -— o —r- ' . Q-•«« 1U14A1J ^.ife-miaus iciiitJiZl- suggests that high school pupils j her .Mr. and Mrs. W. B. .Scroggins ought not to be discouraged with a: who came here from Ringsted in too critical textbook attitude as re- i 1912 and in 1915 moved to Clear —J.. ^ .. _., '"•---"Lake .where they still reside. Last of acknowledged Rather the good gards the work literary masters. „ things in the work of the masters should be emphasized. Miss Messenger closes with a suggested tmotto tor English teachers consisting of two stanzas of verse which may 'be of her own composition: We dare not take the time to teach The art of picking flaws; Too much is elsewhere learned of sneers And cavilling at straws. Though any teaching is too vast •For our brief, fleeting days, iLet us employ what time is ours To teach The Art of Praise. The copy of The English Journal with Miss Messenger's article marked was sent by Chas. B. Carleon, Willow Grove, Pa., Algona high school graduate who has for some years represented Allyn and Bacon, well known school book .publishers. Mr. Carlon is a brother of Mrs. D. P. Smith, Algona. >' Picketing in Fnribault 'Picketing by the Fanners Holiday group was scheduled to start Monday in Faribault county, according to a notice in last week's Elmore Eye. Minnesota state highway police have escorted several truckloads of produce through picket lines between Madelia and iLake Crystal. Society The New Deal Bridge club met Sunday afternoon with Ruth McKee. The high bridge score was •won by Charlotte Hilton. Other members of the club are Jane Hemphill, Verona Benson, Valeria iPickett, Ida Halpin, Gertrude Long, , and Stella Ward. The Girl Friends club met at Alice and Eleanor Payne's last Thursday evening, eight girls attending. The next meeting will be held at Elizabeth Barry's. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis en-i. tertained six couples at bridge last Thursday night. The high scores were won by Lydia Meyers and Wayne Stephenson. The O. E. S. will give a benefit card party at the Masonic Temple next week Friday afternoon. There will be prizes and refreshments. week Monday they kept open house by way of celebration of their golden anniversary, and that evening were taken by surprise, when some 50 friends arrived for a further celebration. The event, which was planned by their granddaughter, Mrs. Harold Aitchison, and Mrs. A. H. Runcie, was featured iby a mock wedding. A triple-tiered wedding cake was served, and gold pieces were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Scroggins. The oldweds were married November 6, 1883, at Essex, 111., where Mr. 'Scroggins was in the hardware, coal, grain, and implement businesses. In 1906 they moved to iRingsted, where Mr. Scroggins was a stockbuyer. After the removal to Clear Lake he was for six years street commissioner. P. T. A. County Council Meets at Titonka— The P. T. A. county council met at Titonka Tuesday afternoon, the Titonka unit .hostess. The principal speaker was Mrs. Magdfick, of Charles City, and her topic was parent education. Mrs. George St. John gave a report of the baby contest at the county fair, which was sponsored by the P. T. A., and Mrs. D. D Monlux gave a report of a district P. T. A. meeting here in October. Mrs. C. C. Collister and a Mrs Hurd, Spencer, were out-of-the- county guests. Mrs. Collister and Mrs. Magdfick are state council vice presidents. Mrs. Hurd is chairman of the north central district. Other Algonians who attended were Mesdames A. A. Bishop, H. D. Hutchins, A. E. Michel, Eugene Neville, Vern Coffin, Owen Nichols, John Dutton, Glen Raney, and E. A. Genrich. After the program the high school home economics class served refreshments. Standard Bearers Give Program— The Methodist Standard Bearers gave a mothers and daughters party at the church Monday night. Mrs. H. V. Hull is counselor. The program follows: Chapter 3 of textbook, How Far to the Nearest Feather Party is Planned— The annual Legion "feather party" wilt be held November 28 which will be the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, at the Legion hall. Want AcU WANTED —.SECOND HAND horn Dewel. POIl RENT— 90 A. Cornstalk lamf. Call Advance. 8p9-10 DUROC JERSEY SPRING BOARS for sale.^Frank Bahling. Burt, FOR SALE—140 BUPF PULLETS. -'Fernley iRunchey, phone 16F2*. 9ulO FOR SALE—AMERICA BICYCLE one year old; good condition.— Bob Dewel. g g FOX-TERjRIiBR IPU.PS FOR SALE —Sure enuf ratters.—Carl Bahling, Burt. lOplO FOR SALE—DRESSED DUCKS geese, and turkeys.—Mrs. F s' Thompson. lOplO-li FOR RENT — 3-ROOM APART- ment; possession December 1. Vera Apartments. WILL TRADE—-NEW lOplO FURNACE M „,.,_, rr j, c'itiXAWQ type Heatrola for spring heifers. —Inquire Advance. llplO PUREBRED .CHESTER WHITE boars. Five miles north and iy> miles east of Algona.—Aaron Taylor. 15plO SPOTTED POLAND BOARS FOR sale. Eligible to registry. Double treated.—M. L. Barton; Lu Verne Iowa. 10plO-12 FOR SALE— Hereford Bulls — Ready for service. Mrs. peter R, 3 miles East, 3 miles North of Whittemore. 15p9.ll — FULL - BLOODED bull 1% years old. , Doctor, read by Adris Anderson, Margaret Stephenson, and Valeria Pickett; Stewardship lessor given by Phyllis Sawyer; Barbara Haggard, letter from a missionary; FOR SALE Guernsey •* — — f& j -WH* ki WAU. Heifers for sale.-—Chas. Hawk, 3 nn. N. W. Sene9a, address, Fenton. 19pll-12 FOR SALE—20 POLAND CHINA boars; Holstein bull calves. Ten miles north, 3% miles east of Swea City—R. w. Butterfield Elmore Minn. 22(2)10-14 A GENTLEMAN, 65, WITH GOOD home and small income would like to correspond with protestant lady between ages 30 to 4'5.—Write Box 253, Bancroft. g4plO-ll FOR BENT— TWO KOOMS, CAN be used as living- room and sleeping room if desired with connecting door. Garage. Close to high school. Call Advance 25p8tf FOR SALE AT AUCTION: Methodist church building at Fairview. Terms, cash. Sale to be .held promptly^ at 2 p. m. November 27. Three miles west, one south of Corwith. 28ulO TRY 100 LBS. HAMILTON MASH- maker added to 400-500 Ibs. of your ground oats and corn and get more eggs. Cod liver oil, worm capsules, Hampshire boars.—'Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 30utf Right m the very heart of the buying season, we offer these money-saving values. Vie want you to com* • and see our attractive newly remodeled store—get acquainted with the most progressive Dry Good Apparel store m northern Iowa. Buy now—and save. Prices are still based on our early cash purc "Honest goods at honest prices" is our slogan this Fall. Purc ..BUY NOW AT THESE LOW PRICES •. This is the time to Buy One of Our Rich Fur Trim-Coats "Your coats are the most beautiful we have seen" u a remark we've heard so often in our store. We bought these coats early, when furs, materials, and workmanship were the best, and you may buy a warm, rich winter coat here at the lowest price of the season. Sport and dress coat in smaller sizes 14 to 18— tan, blue, and black, mostly untrimmed, for only Rich black and brown dress coats with luxurious wolf collars, -featuring the popular wide shoulder effect and full sleeves— semi-fitting; beautifuly tailored, with lot's of style, reduced ______ Here are many coats that sold for $35 earlier in the season—beautiful, exclusive garments with a charm which the well dressed woman will appreciate Brack and £OO "?C irown ____$£9. f 0 All "better" coats are now reduced. Good Seal and Bat Fur Coats $68.00 $89.00 This is where you buy those good looking stylish dresses Our dre.. bu.ine» thw Fall ha. been phenomenal becau.e we .elect our dre«e* from the be.t manufacture™ in the U. S. Ou, dre..e. have that .tyle, that individuality which make, them ".land out" anywhere. Both .ilfe«„! wool mo d e l. go -Jbj_, thi . mid-season clearance. About 50 good-looking dresses in silk and wool—all sftades, including blade —new styles—(no old stuff in this department) —siiaes 14 to 38 ___ $5.95 This group comprises some of our best tines of dresses—both wools and gife —well tailored, well made dresses with "snap". M to 40 of style, that give " ra ..._$9.88 A big group of "better dresses", one-of a-kind garments, noted for their hieh- stylmg and exclusive touches of trim»&»• -' .51 6.75 Wanted Goods at Honest Prices Our entire line of new Fall cotton house tional clearance »,e. Here U .he $1.19 $1.68 $2.88 WG ll3.VGri*t* f\ Til nt" VaO»»*o Vm4--i v .4-'L. J. —-. •— —-.-*( v>u v M< j.aoL j tcU o llclti lyi tflLG StOTfi T^\TI* fhic aola fte ^i ranges r P r ce 6>4 flf_an<l^< f\n $1.00-$1,95 ALL CHILDREN'S DRESSES REDUCED •lorchoto;!'.! 1 !.^! 10 ^ '"*' colora ' ARE.. Down-Down-Down 36-in. outings, standard weight, firm weave, light and dark 36-in. fancy pajama outings, very heavy " t\r extra weight and fleece ._ __ 25C 27-in. white outing—has always been a "lieaicter" here sizes 34 to 46 Puritas sanitary napkins, 2 boxes _. 10c 79c 25c " Silk hose ' sem-service, known brand— a real buv at *%*% present market prices -—_!_____„__ 89C Dixie quilt batt— special sheet cotton for Mr quilts, slightly glazed for easy handUng .,_ 45C 'ttta if on e °nfli nt t r>> Cotton -72x90, comforter size- mis is one of the best buys" «••§ of tfoe season at _________ OOC C ' le8 - nbraI pattern. 1 5c and yellow border ________ 22x44 Turkish Towel double thread, sofe finish, 3 for 64-in, mere. Table Damask, yard ______ hemstitch' . | 9C »-. 59C _ 59C $ 1 .00 lankets From Algona's Blanket Center sheets - serged borders- a iue ___________ $1.95 8 1-OB 18.75 blaa ? ets ' 8i?e ™**4> J«»«» In size l uity -s a « n ^ma ends - all' colors. * 72x84 satlni bound end— part wool blanket — another "jumbo" value Jacquard border, £O 7|! all colors -,.^'X. _ ,-*PVi • 9 Single top coyer-all blankets, deep fluffy ng,p— two-tone colors, 4-in. satin binding— a beautiful as well as serviceable banket... .,„.., ____

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