Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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!R 14,1933. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQQNA, IOWA h * m> want to make chris tmas a happy economlcal to ° select a real— Nan's Gilt L rtthef have a "drag" out of his pipe, from a tfftr or cigarette than anything else you could fv think of— just ask him and you'll know. __ ^ We have a large complete line of smokers' articles, and we can help you in choosing his favorite cigar or cigarette. Cigars in specially wrapped cartons for holidays as low as 5 for 25c— and good ones. PAGE EX-ALGONIAN MAKES TOUR II THE WEST Many Oldtimers Here are Contacted by Albert Reed. i kinds. JoBACCOS—In tins or hunii- Idori. (JAR CASES, HOLDERS GHTEBS of all kinds, the [newest things out. fail to see our large •plete line of smokers' aria. lehate irlhe wker lit will iBehim lore than hing .Be eind -at I THE- PIPES IVe have all styles and one of (lie f in- cut assortments to be hud. Priced from 25c up. CALL THEATRE ANC Metric ISYSTEfrt SOUND! By Inez Honey. Irvington, Dec. 12—Phyllis Maxwell recently received postcards from Albert Reed, Topeka, Kans., with pictures of show places in the west that he visited last summer. Mr. Reed keeps the chemical store room at the state university, and his son (Burleigh teaches chemistry there. Last June Mr. (Reed visited the Morris Parsons family here and friends at Algona, then went to Minneapolis, and thence west to the coast. In Ban Francisco he took a bus to see the city. (Everyone on the bus was invited to shake hands with and introduce himself to his seatmate, and Mr. Reed found his nearest seat fellow to .be the widow of Irving Rist, who died many years ago while he was a traveling salesman jiving at Marshallton. Irving was a brother of Dr. A. L. Rist, Algona, and a cousin of H. B. •Rist, Algona. He was once employed in the Bailey Bros, grocery store at Algona. Calls on Old Friends. •Near Hollywood, where Mr. Reed also visited, he renewed acquaintance with Amelia Bush McClellan, Ella Bush Sparks, and Walter and Ed Bush. These brothers and sisters are children of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bush and were reared on the farm northeast of Irvington where the M. E. Blanchards now live. It is reported that Mrs. Bush also lives somewhere in the west. "Wesley McClellan, whom Amelia Bush married, was an Algona boy. They lived in a house west of Irvington. The house lhas long since gone, but the place is still marked by a half-filled in cellar and a HIac bush in a field somewhere west and south of the Austin Summers home. Their children were Sadie, Albert, Guy, and Raleigh. Sadie married Fred Clark, former depot agent here, and the Clarks now live at Gladbrook. Visits Newcomb Children. Mr. Reed also found and visited ihe sons and daughters of the late Mr, and Mrs. Seth Newcomb, who owned and lived on the farm now owned and occupied by the George Ferstls on the Ridge road. All the children live in the west. They are Emma, Ella, Eva, Lewis, and Jessie. Clair, another son, was killed when lie was a boy. Another visit was with Gertrude Burtis, 'Coeur d' Alene, Ida. She is a daughter of B. F. Burtis, Algona, formerly Lu Verne. Mr. Reed has now visited every state in the Union save the New England states. He is a former Algona man, having once operated a furniture store there. He was also once a rural mail carrier out of Al- Mrs. Harry Winslow was sick with the "flu" last week. "Katz" Rosewall, Blue Earth, spent the week-end here. Catherine McCall entertained her bridge club last week "Wednesday. The J. L. Sonars will, spend Sunday at Ames, guests of the A. K. Cliffs. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen was confined to her home last week with the "flu. ! •Mrs. S. E. McMaihon and daughter Marion go to Des Moines today for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Meinert, of Britt, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Thiel Sunday. Laura Mitchell, deputy city clerk, is having a week's vacation, which, she is spending at home. Mr. and. Mrs. E. C. McMahon spent Sautrday and Sunday with relatives at Emmetsburg. George Elbert is expected home today from Detroit, where he has been on business since Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French spent Saturday at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker, St Joe, are parents of a girl, thei first child, born a week ago Sun day. Eva Brown recently resume work as "Western Union messenger replacing Norma Greiner, who re signed. The Ira Iversons, Clinton, spen he case in the best way. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Richter, Et- lore, are parents of their first hild, a boy, born a week ago Sun- ay. Mrs. Richter was Mary Adms, niece of Mr. and Mrsi W. A. button, with whom she made her ome many years. The baby has een named Marvin Wesley. Eleanor Backus came home last Thursday from Dubu^ue, where he was attending the University of Dubuque. A cousin with_ whom he was living contracted di'phther- a, and Eleanor is seeing no onft ill it can be determined whether he too caught the disease. Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, Chiago, will go home Saturday, after wo weeks with her parents, Mr. md Mrs. C. H. Taylor. The Taylors spent Thanksgiving with the Humphreys in Chicago, and Mrs. Humphrey came home with them. Mrs. Humphrey is the former Grace Mrs. Mrs. Iverson's August the week-end with parents, Mr. and Huenhold. Alice Payne returned Saturday from Harpers 'Ferry, where she had visited relatives since last week Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Murtha returned last week Sunday from a week with sisters and brothers at Waterloo and Fairbank. Councilman Frank Kohlhaas and City Supt. J. W. Kelly spent Tuesday and yesterday at Des Moines on city business. Taylor. The Ilev. W. G. Muhleman will conduct a quarterly conference at the Metihodist church next Monday night. A covered-dish dinner will be served at 6:30, after which there will be a business meeting. All officers, trustees, stewards, and presidents of other church organizations are to attend. Mrs. John Jordan, El Paso, Tex., and her 2-year-old son John left for home Saturday, after a visit since October 1 with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Carlson. Mrs. Jordan's brother, W. E. Carlson, Swea City, his wife, and his sister, Adah Carlson, took the Jordans to Mason City Saturday. J. W. Daw, local John Deere dealer, and E. H. Sellstrom and H. C. Frederick, .territory salesman, left Monday afternoon for Moline, 111., to attend a meeting of the John Deere dealers Tuesday and yesterday. They are expected home today or tomorrow. Many other Kossuth dealers also attended. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Driver, Ho- Verne; the Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Whitford, West Bend; the Rev. and Mrs. 1. C. MdNulty, Wesley; and the Rev. and Mrs. Fremont Faul, Titonka. A good attendance marked a Baptist church supper Saturday night. During supper an orchestra played, and there were vocal solos by the Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Hueser, and a saxophone solo by Everett Bowman. This orchestra plays at Sunday night services at the church and consists of the Rev. and Mrs. Hueser, their daughter Helen, Everett and Mabel Bowman, Glen Raney, Jack iReed, and Joe Elkins. For the supper entertainment the orchestra was grouped on a specially constructed platform, decorated with, trellis work and evergreens. Fires at i,u Verne Do Little Damage Lu Verne, Dec. 12—An oil stove flared and net fire to curtains at A..IJ. I/ook's Friday evening. It was extinguished by Mrs. Look and her father, the Rev. Mr. Hesse, before much damage was done, but Mrs. Look received a badly burned hand Another fire occured Sunday morning at Irwin Chapman's, when clothes in a closet became ignited The firemen were called, but the fire was extinguished before they arrived. Mrs. G. N. Whitehead, of Perry, quiam, Wash., arrived yesterday to spent last Thursday and Friday at'spent the winter with Mr. .Driver's W. W. Sullivan's. Mr. Whitehead ,is editor of the (Perry Chief. Mrs. F. L. Tribon announces a rummage sale in the former A. & P. store room next east of the post- office today, tomorrow, and Satur- All's Well* Colonial f Big Rummage Sale! MRS. F. L. TRIBON will hold a big rummage sale in the old A. & P. bldg. Thursday • Friday - Saturday December 14, 15 and 16 You will find most everything in this sale. Ladies' and children's wool sweaters, a lot of extra good quality silk dresses at a low price, kimonas and underwear, and many other things. Two tables of lovely gifts selling at 25c and 50c You will find candles and candle sticks, dresser sets, hair brushes, perfume and toilet articles. And I will have a lot of new furniture suitable for Christmas gifts, consisting of bridge lamps, table lamps, floor lamps, other small pieces. Now here is your chance to buy your Christmas cards. These were left from the Rice Gift Shop. They are the finest cards to be found anywhere and at a very. low price. , ; Remember the place: A. & F. building. Time Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. MRS. F. L. TRIBON If day. Mrs. IR. H. Miller and Mrs. F. E. Kent entertained eight women at luncheon and bridge Monday noon, won the high Co. lay booking for Kossuth students now at college. (them here first and tell your friends. .Saturday, December 16. DOUBLE FEATURE t Thrill and Mystery Program. Thursday nnd Fridny, Dec. 14-15 EXTKA SPECIAL! PAUL MUNI Star of "Fugitive from a Chain Gang"—and 28-.STAHS—26 in "The World Changes" .Thrill to the love story of a pioneer American born on the Dakota prairie. "Sing Sisters Sing," and New News gona. He was a brother-in-law oi the late Mrs. Mary Patterson. He Mrs. H. L. Gilmore score, Mr.' and Mrs. F. E. Kent and Mrs. Walter 'Lorenz spent two days last week at Dea Moines, where Mr. Kent attended a state Ford dealers meeting. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton spent Sunday at Granada, Minn., with their niece, Mrs. *R. E. Hefler, the former Lois Worden, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Worden. Joseph Kelly Jr. is expected home next Thursday from South Bend Ind., where he is a freshman al Notre Dame. He is the eldest son of City Supt. and Mrs. J. W. Kelly E. C. McMahon spent Monday at Allison on legal business, and Mrs McMahon accompanied (him. Though the county seat of Butler county Allison is a town o£ less than 600 inhabitants. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox and their son Billy Lee returned Saturday parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L; Driver, vhom he hasn't seen before in 18 ears. He was once buttermaker or the Burt creamery, later for a creamery in ildaiho. Of late he has been an electrician at Hoquiam. Dr. and Mrs.H. L. McCorkle and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White spent Sunday with the women's sister, Mrs. Victor Young, Mason City. Mr. Young, an auditor .for the Standard Oil Co., was recently transferred to Mason City from Eldora, and is now chief auditor in this district. Mrs. Young was formerly Hester Jasperson. A. Hutchison and his son Theodore went to Northwood last week Monday and brought home nearly 500 law books for their library. The books will be placed on special steel shelving in a library room across tfhe hall from their office. The books, which weighed nearly 1,600 pounds, were brought here in GIFTS FOR A MAN I From A MAN'S STORE This Big Store Is Ready for the Holiday Season two cars. The Frank Esser barber pole at was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel jfrom a week with the Doctor's par- Reed and was reared on the farm where the Martin Beckers now live. the Iowa State bank corner was knocked down and broken Saturday afternoon. It fell wihen one of two men who were conversing near it leaned against it. The parts were badly rusted, and apparently had for some time remained upright mainly of its own weight. The pole sat at the edge of the street curb Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 19-20 |1M marvels of modern police science and CAJIOL LOMBARD in "Super Natural" nuy iX/VKONIB ....' SUljr Symhpony, «Noah's Ark' I Wtentures of "Tartan the Fearlew* A treat extraordinary criminating patrons. for dis- PAUL ROBESON and Momdty, Dec. 17-18 s-great fun' (two hours) Guaranteed attraction! From fht fatnoui pfoy 6y EU«NE ONEILL •Rhythm of spirituals. A terrific tornado of human emo- <From Pullman porter to a king. and— MKS. CHARLES CHAPLIN ' (Leta Gray Chaplin) in •'Seasoned Greetings" Musical with "Shzlers" and "Hill Billies." ACADEMY DEFEATS POCAHONTAS HERE St. Cecelia's Academy girls' and boys' teams won the opening games of the season from Pocahontas on the local floor Monday evening. The girls' team played first, winning with the decisive score of 27-5, and the boys won with a score of 37-17. The Algona girls played a. fast game with the score at the end of the first quarter 10-2 in their favor, and at the half 14-5. At the end of the third quarter it was 16-5, and the Pocahontas girls failed to score the last quarter. Playing on the local girls' squad were Margaret Lichter, Laura Hansen, forwards; Catherine Streit, center; Arlene Kappe, Marietta ents at Mt. Carroll, 111., and with i next to the Peterson Studio's dis- sisters of the Doctor at Chicago lay case, and Freeport. Mrs. E. C. McMahon spent last week Wednesday with relatives at lEmmetsburg, and brought home her niece and nephews, Anne and Jimmie Duhigg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhigg, Emmetsburg, called for them next day. The Girl Friends club met with Evelyn Dodds last week Monday night. Other members and Eleanor Payne, are Alice Margaret Thursday and Friday, Dec. 21-23 New News. 'ILL ROGERS ZaSo PITTS Hurry iw«f nt **W *» Jam,. ?™, •'*"•"!** by Mph SPOT,, Society woman exposed as notor- woman's fourth love he S? worn in this new COMING in Sunday, Dec. "Advice to the Lovelorn. Dec! i-Wtcfc for Outstanding picture to be released. 6 and Bestenlehner, guards. Laura Hansen and Margaret Liehter sank six baskets each. Substitutions were Wilma Kappe, Gertrude Zender, Etta Dooley. Patricia Hughes, and Irene Capesius. The local boys also played a fast and snappy game. Omar Kelly was high point man with eight baskets and two free throws to his credit. Wade Hansen was* close behind with six backets and a free throw. The score at the first quarter was fi-3; at the half, 20-3; and at the nd of the third quarter, 35-9. Algona's line-up follows: for- ards, (Peterson, Hansen; center, Celly; Baker and Daughan, guards, ubstitutions were Bestenlebner Bode, Dahlhauser, and Lichter. Algona {Woman and Bancroft Man Wed Bancroft, Dec. 14-W. H. Sankey nd Larsigna Larson, the latter of Algona, were married last week Tuesday afternoon at the Baptist parsonage here, the HOT.. CUS. Bryden officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sankey and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sankey, Algona, attended the cou- ,le They will live at Bancroft. Dodds, Frances Winkel, Betty Bary, Evelyn Van Allen; and Kathleen Holtzbauer. Dr. J. N. Kenefick accompanied ..is father, T. H. Kenefick, Eagle Grove, to Fairmont, Sunday on a msiness trip in connection with 'arms near there owned by the elder Kenetick. The doctor's mother and sister Veronica spent the day lere. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Hodges left Monday morning by automobile lor Glendale, Ariz., where they will spend the rest of tfhe winter, returning in April. On the way to Arizona they were to stop at Fort Collins, Colo., for a short visit with a brother of Mr. Hodges. W. E. McDonald, who has of late been having considerable trouble with his teeth, and his dentist, Dr A. D. Adams, were at Oes Moines Friday. Consulting a dental spec ialiet, who, after examination, said that Doctor Adams wa, shandling —Also— Greeting. more Behave," Women. A Long Array of Practical Gifts for Men and Boys Here , Ernest: Wheelock; wh6 had spent wo or three- weeks at his brother ohn's, departed Sunday -for his bine at Phoenix, Ariz., traveling in 45s car. He was to make a busi- icss stop at Tulsa, Okla., and then up his wife at El Paso, Tex., where she has been visiting her arents and other relatives. If veather permitted they were to go m via Roswell, N. M., where a flis- er ol the Wheelock boys resides. Mrs. iP. W. iDahlhauser, who, with her husband, came recently from jouisiana to live for a time with ;heir son, Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser, .s still abed as the result of an accident one windy day two weeks ago. She opened the front door at the sheriff's house, and it slammed Christmas, the most joyful season of the year, will soon be here again. With the holiday season so soon at hand our thoughts at this time naturally turn to suitable remembrances for our family and friends. , Never in the history of this store have we displayed such wonderful assortments of Christmas gifts. against her with such force that she was knocked from the porch to the ground. No bones were broken, but she suffered from shock, and a day or two later she had a light stroke on one side which affected the fingers. ,..-.. Algona Methodist sub-district ministers met Tuesday afternoon at the local parsonage. The ministers and tiheir -wives were entertained at dinner by the Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, after which the ministers held a business meeting and the women spent the afternoon informally. In attendance were the Allen H. Woods, Good Hope; the Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Baddeley, Lu For men and boys every counter and shelf in our store is loaded with hundreds of useful and practical holiday gifts. Popular Gifts Articles of clothing always make popular Christmas gifts. Presbyterian SUPPER AT THE LEGION HAIL Saturday Evening- Beginning at 5:00 p. m. 1JQBNU Baked Beans Cabbage *1)VIP|J«V|IHII|JN ' M* ' Hli« > nw.TW—ifw-t—T- -"- -— Extra Good Values For Your money. No specials, but regular prices for the BEST QUALITY groceries Always at AKRE'S Holiday trade is on: Canned Vegetables and Fruits for your Christmas baskets should be selected now. But also supply your own.pantry with an assortment. RICHELIEU and BABY STUART fancy Asparagus, Spinach, Pumpkin, or Golden Wax Beans, Lima Beans (French style), Golden Bantam or Pearly Grain Sweeteoro, Early June Peas, and the superfine sifted are wonderful. Other items on your shopping list should include the best of dried fruits—fancy peaches, prunes and Blenheim apricots, currants, seeded and seedless raisins and the bleached (white) raisins, candied citron, orange, and lemon peels. Cookies, candies, and nuts are plentiful. Fresh fruits and fresh vegetables every day. Christmas trees—lots of them—25q, 35c, 50c, 75c. Get your supplies at •• J|p4Bi .ffJft^M ^w^P^W 113 8p, Podge- Pkone 290 »nd 291 Perhaps there are no gifts so universally given or* more welcomed by men than those of shirts, neckties, hosiery, handkerchiefs, sweaters, gloves, robes, scarfs, hats, and caps or a suit or an overcoat, etc., and what an assortment of these articles we have secured for your selection. You are,welcome to shop around here at your leisure and examine the many exceptional values that this store offers in practical Christmas gifts for the men folks of the family. All Christmas Gifts Will be Boxed No Extra Charge . Shop Early Let us urge you to do your Christmas shopping early! Early in the month! Early in the day! And do it here at a big saving! Neckwear 50c-l.'00 Pajamas 1.50-3.50 Mufflers 75C-2.95 Golf Hose 75c-1.50 Shirts - 1.00-2.50 Suspenders — 50c-1.00 Bath Robes —4.00^6.00 Hosiery __•_,-— 25c-50c Garters 25c-45c Belts __ — 50e-1.50 Gloves 1.00-3.50 Handkerchiefs - 25c-50c Lounging Robes 3.50-5-00 Gladstone Bags __. 9.50-27,50 ill • 4\ 1 \f( . t •'.•« Zender & Caldwell Algom Open evenings all next

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