Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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8,1M4 ideal fabric a new coat IjOCALS Mildred Clayton, Mason City, .spent the week-end at home. Mrs, cF. J3. Kent and Fred Jr. spent Saturday at iDes Moines. New all-spring mattresses wore installed at the Dehnert hotel last week. Justice P. A. Damon has 'been confined to home most of the week with the flu. j Mrs. B. E. QHeehan entertained a group of friends at 'bridge yesterday afternoon. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. TJraner visited at the Lutheran parsonage at Garner Friday. The 'Rev. '.Raymond Kresensky was speaker at a meeting at the Fenton schoolhouse last night. Mrs. Kate Vaughn returned Saturday 'from Monona, where she had spent the winter with relatives, Mrs, W. A. CLorenz, Mrs. H. M. Smith, and Marie Wehler spent Saturday afternoon at Mason City. Dorothy iSellstrom, student at Oustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn., spent the week-end here. Harriett Thurflton, of Virginia, Minn., who .teaches near iSioux City, spent the week-end at M. 'P. Haggard's. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. 'Sjostrand, St. Peter, Minn., spent the week-end at BAPTIST, Arthur Hticsor, Pastor_Tho sermon subjects for gun- day will be: n a. m.; When Fnnr DM Nat Paralyze the Tongue- 7-30 P. m., Uctuly to Call a Malt. Special music at both. Sunday school, 10 a m.; «. Y. P. s., 7 P. m. IBIble study and prayer Wednesdays at T3o i> m. FIRST MJTIIBRAX, JT. A. 8 Jos. <niml, I'nsior— The Aid meets .tomorrow tiftcmoon at '12:30 at Mrs Myra Ostrom'H, Mrs. D.' D. Monlux assisting. Confirmation class «altur- <1ay mornlnf?, 0:30. Sunday school and Bible class next Sunday lo a. m. Vesper worship^ 7:30 p. m. NAZARKNE, A. W. and Hazel Irwin, Piifllors— Revival In progress; services each evening, 7:30; Junior services, 4:30 p. m. Sunday school 9:45; preaohing service, 11; subject, "God's Call" Young people's service, <i;45 p. m. PA OR fl15V18!l their son the 'Rev. M. ;rand's. A. SJos- Mrs. "W. IR. Laird, Sioux Falls, :ame Sunday for several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove. Kenneth Anderson, Ames, spent Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. Alan Bishop, who teaches at 'Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Didriksen spent Svraday with the former's brother, Soren Didriksen, and his wife at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McMahon it, 50 inch fIVERSITY Model $ 25 M dressed men all jthe country nnanl. acceptance to Ire ort coat, No •' • Just a wide P» and a swanky Mt your spent the week-end at Minneapolis with the latter's mother, Mrs. J. W. Mangan. Lola Dreesman, who teaches at Vallej Junction, spent the weekend afc home. She made calls at Forest City and Kanawha. Roy Christensen spent (Friday and Saturday at Spencer, where his mother has .been sick for several weeks with heart trouble. John Bishop, junior! in high TRINITY LUTHERAN, P. J. Urn- ncr, Pastor— Next Sunday; Sunday school and Bible class, 10 a. m.; German service, H0:30. The 8. S, T. meets tomorrow evening, 7:30. Lenten service next Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. PRESBYTERIAN, C. Paul Carlson, Minister — Next Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morning worship, 11. Christian Endeavor, (i:30 p. m.; evening service, 7:30. The pastor will be back for both services. CONGREGATIONAL, J. Robt. Ilocrncr, Pastor — .Next Sunday: church school at 10 a. m.; morning worship, 11; sermon topic, The Shsimcfaced Disciple. Young Peope's society at 6:4-5 p. m. Ilurnl Clubs Entertain at Federation Meeting— The county federation of woman s clubs held an all-day meeting at the local Congregational church Tuesday, with the Union Mothers & Daughters club, the Plum Creek Social & Literary club, and the Cresco and Four Corners Mothers & Daughters clubs as hostesses. Mrs. J. H. Warburton, H/akota, county president, presided. _ After a short business meeting m the morning a noon covered dish luncheon was served. The afternoon program included a reading by Helen Frankl and one by Violet Vorman, a whistling solo by Mrs. Elsie Lindeman, a song by Evelyn Bode, accompanied by Mrs. N. C. Rice, piano selections by Mrs. F. S. Gcigel, and a play by the Cresco cluib. J. G. McDowell, .principal of the Algona high school, spoke on government and citizenship. Mr. McDowell teaches classes in this subject. school, was absent from school several days last week, due to a severe attack of tonsilitis. The 'Rev. A. English and his daughter, Mrs. Casey Loss, spent Monday at West Bend, attending a Presbyterian ministers' meeting. Mrs. J. (L. Bonar and Mrs. G. W. Stillman accompanied Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald, Surt, to Minneapolis Saturday, returning Sunday. Mrs. Don milliard, Mandreau, S, D., and her daughter Donna Jean went home yesterday, after two weeks with the A. E. Kresenskys. The Congregational L. O. A. Sunday school class will hold a bake sale at the Anderson meat market Saturday, beginning at 10 o'clock. Isabel Greenberg will represent the A. (H. S. next Tuesday at Ledyard in a county declamatory contest. She is-in the dramatic class. Ruth Bishop, who teaches at Eagle Grove, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kans., is critically sick from a ruptured appendix and has (been in a hospital three weeks. He is tlhe son of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mathes, and has for six years been at Wichita, where he is district manager of the Lehreck & (Ferguson dairy products company. Marriage licenses have been issued to: Leo Steven, Neva Olsen, both of Sexton; Earl Fross, Meta Ostrum, (both of Whittemqre; Theodore .R. Nichols, Des Moines, Fern Brayton, Algona; Maitland Bradley, Minneapolis, Virginia Fehr, St. Paul; Howard Strayer, Marjorie Gregerson, both of Algona. Mrs. Vera Walters returned last week Tuesday from :Good Thunder, Minn., where she had been visiting her brother, Clarence E. Stebbins, a few weeks. She will visit friends Clubs which belong to the federation, with their presidents and the number attending, .follow: Algona Woman's club, Mrs. W. C 'Dewel, 16; W. C. T. U., Mrs. Neal Smith, 7; iBurt Woman's club, Mrs Delia Carroll, 2; Lu Verne Pro gressive, Mrs. F. I. Chapman, 6 Lu Verne Tuesday club, Mrs. Alsena Marty, none present; Lu Verne J. J. club, Mrs. J. tL. Eus tace, 4; iLakota Acorn club, Mrs. I E. Wortman, 13. •Lakota Priscilla club, Mrs. Gena Hansen, 4; Swea City Thursday club, Mrs. J. (H. Warner, 10; Plum Creek Social & Literary club, Mrs Floyd Bacon; Titonka , Woman' club, Mrs. Mary Budlong; Swea City W. C. T. U., Mrs. Samuel Warburton, 5. Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club, Mrs. .Pearl Potter, 28; Fenton Woman's club, Mrs. F. P. Newel, 9; Union Mothers & Daughters, Mrs. Julia Taylor, '24; Cresco Mothers & Daughters, Mrs. Elmer Potter, 16. The total registration was 166. Neva Olsen, Sexton, is Bride of Leo Steven— Neva Olsen and Leo Steven, both of .Sexton, were married at noon Friday at the Sexton Methodist church, a single-ring ceremony being performed by the iRev. J. C. McNulty, pastor, in the presence of 40 guests. .Lohengrin's wedding march was played by Mrs. Orville Hedrick, and Marie Harris sang I Love You Truly. The bride, who was attended by ry Sunday, and will hold open ouse in the afternoon. Mr. and firs. Simmons were married at Davenport and have lived in this ounty 49 years. Mr. Simmons at >ne time had a hardware store at .u Verne, but the family has lived tere 30 years. There are five liv- ng children: Mrs. David King, Ralph, Harry, and Lester, all of Algona, and Mark, who lives at ^•airmont. Mrs. Firm Laing, de- eased, was also a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simmons. There are seven grandchildren. Club Women Entertain Husbands- Mrs. Owen Nichols' bridge club members entertained the husbands at cards and refreshments last Thursday night at the Nichols home. The high bridge scores were won toy Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson and Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton. Mr. and Mrs. Ireland, newcomers here, were guests of the club. Other members of the club follow: Mesdames G. D. Brundage, L. M. Merritt, G. H. Ogg, Glen MoMurray. The olub will meet next week Thursday with Mrs. Amunsen, and Mrs. Henry Becker, a new member of the club, .will be present for the first time. W. C. T. U. Plans Guest Day— The annual W. C. T. U. guest day, which will also be a regular meeting, will be observed at Mrs. Jessie -Dalziel's next Tuesday. Attorney H. W. Miller will explain new .liquor control bill, and Mrs. A. E. Michel will sing. The first chapter of a new study book, Alcohol Education, will be reviewed. Each person attending is to take a gift or cash offering for a bazaar at Des Moines to raise state funds. daughter, Mrs. E. A. Schemel, entertained at bridge Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. .Emma Jackman,_ who went to Whittemore to live Sunday. Mrs. Robert Larson and Mrs. George Free Jr. won the high scores, and Mrs. Jackman was given a guest prize. Birthdays of Two Observed— Mrs. Andrew Peterson entertained at a one o'clock turkey dinner Tuesday in 'honor of the birthdays of Mr. Peterson and E. P. Keith. Guests were the Rev. and iMrs. J. R. Hoerner, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Young, Mrs. Jessie- Dalziel. Mrs. Flora Gabriel, T. H. Wadsworth, and J. S Crowell. Farewell for Mrs. Walters- Mrs. Samuel Smith entertained at a farewell party for Mrs. Vera Walters Monday night. The entertainment consisted of (bridge at two (tables, Mrs. William Geering win- 'ning the high score. Woman's Club Meets Tomorrow— _ The Woman's club meets at the library tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, and Mrs. George St. John will 'give a book review. Roll call will be answered with current events. club meets next Wednesday at 2 p. ra. at Mrs. Benj. Terhune's, Irvington. A program will ibe given. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram White entertained their bridge club at dinner Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs won a family prize. Lone [Rocker's Arm Gashed to Bone in Buzz Saw Accident Mrs. Fessler, of Ringsted, enter- e'd the Kossuth hospital last Thurs- day for medical treatment. Olive* Young, Wesley, also entered "the hospital Monday lor treatment. John Batt, Algcna, underwent an appendectomy Monday. Irvin iBurtis, Lone Rock, tfad brought to the hospital Friday, when he suffered a cut to the bond in Ills right arm while bo was OJN erating a buzz saw. The flaw; struck him just above the_ wrist, He was taken home that night. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen became parents of a son at the hospital Saturday morning. The Hansens farm near Wesley. Other Society. The Baptist Loyal S. S. class CALL THEATRE ecmc SYSTEM A. Bishop. She teaches tunity" classes. "oppor- (Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dehnert spent last Thursday at Mason City with Florence Dehnert and Mrs. Samuel Hedrick. Mrs. Hedrick is another Dehnert daughter. The IRev. M. A. SJostrand conducted funeral services at Bancroft Sunday for Nels Larson, Forest City, who lived at Bancroft till seven years ago. Mrs. P. V. Janse returned recently, from six weeks in the south. At Oklahoma City she visited her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller, and 'at Houston, Tex., she visited her son, here before going to Des Moines to visit her daughter, Mrs. Maurice Jacobs. Mrs. William Geering drove to Good Thunder to 'bring her back. The Mississippi Showboat singers, four Negroes, which were a special attraction at the Call Saturday, Sunday, and Monday were guests of the 'Rotary club Monday noon. They were introduced by N. C, Rice and furnished a program of singing. (Nominations for officers of the club were made. The election will take place the first Monday in April. Hugh Herman returned Monday from Perry, where he had been since last Thursday with his son- in-law, Dr. Geo. P. Elvidge. Mr. Herman and the Doctor attended the E. W. Berglund funeral at Boone and the McLaughlin funeral at Perry. Messrs. Berglund and Dr. H. M. Janse. The iLivermore Gazette made note of a call at that town last Thursday by Gottlieb Gronbach, Algona. His son Herman had come to Algona, and Mr. Gronfoach rode down with him; High school students are practic- her sister, Mrs. 'Leslie Huff, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Olsen, Sexton. Since graduation ifrom the Algona high school she 'had taught in rural schools. She wore an Alice-'blue crepe dress with white accessories, and carried a bouquet of talisman roses. The maid of honor wore pale green chiffon with tan accessories, and carried a bouquet of snapdragons. Mr. Steven, who was attended by the bride's brother, Arthur Olsen, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, Sexton, and is employed at the Carl Paetz farm. Following the ceremony a reception took place at the home of the 'bride's -parents, and the following evening Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained at a reception at the Methodist church. ill/ A ul l j • iticooio. <jj e i. f., t u« i vi _-\ -¥i O -r * *• cil i McLaugrhlin were killed in a recent 0. I!. S. Instruction School- plane crash near Salt Lake City in which six others were killed. The Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson are parents of their first child, a son, born last week Monday at a Minneapolis hospital. The boy has been named Paul Jr. Mr. Carlson is expected home this week-end. During his absence, the Rev. Raymond Kresensky and the Rev. J. Robt. Hoerner, of the Congregational church, have filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church. Ernestine Chubb, Frederick, Md., goes to Washington, D. C., March 15 Elmer Jasperson Has Birthday—. The Elmer Jaspersons, Plum Creek, entertained at dinner Sunday, the occasion being Elmer's birthday anniversary. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle, son Harry, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram White, Mr. and Mrs. .Ralph Hofer, Goodell, their two children, Mr. and Mrs, V. E. Young, Mason 'City, and their two children. Mrs. McCorkle, Mrs. White, Mrs. Hofer, and (Mrs. Young are sisters of Elmer. Party for Store Clerks-^ Mrs. ilsabel Meiggs entertained the Goeders store force at dinner last week Wednesday night. Mrs. Meiggs got (home early last week for a six weeks vacation in 'Florida and at other points in thef South. 'Present at dinner were Christine Wernert, Mary Streit, Sigrid Strom, Irma and Norma Greiner, and Thomas Frankl. The after-dinner hours were spent at visiting. Lu Veme Pastor to Lecture— The D. A. R.'s will meet Tuesday at the library, Mrs. Mattie Falkerihainer, Mrs. Carrie Bourne, and Mrs. Trilla (Patterson hostesses. The program will consist of a lecture by Dr. Wm. Baddeley, Lu Verne, Methodist pastor, on pottery and chinaware. Each member may take two guests, and china or pottery may be taken for inspection. Mr. Baddeley, who was once foreman of a pottery in England, will bring an exhibit. Dales Are 84 Years Wed— 'Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dale celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary Saturday, .holding open meets tonight at the church in honor of the older members, Mesdames Raney, iRawson, Helgens, Presnell, and Bates and Miss Ingersoll. Roll call will be answered with names of favorite magazines. The Methodist W. F. M. S. meets with Mrs. C. V. Hulse at the parsonage this afternoon at 12:30. Mrs. F. L. Thorpe will have charge of the lesson, and Mrs. A. E. Michel will sing a Founders day .hymn. Founder's day will be observed. A meeting of the Union Mothers' & Daughters club postponed last week (because of the death of member, Mrs. Kate Jenkinson, will be held tomorrow at Mrs. Mary Keefe's, Mrs. Marie Bode assisting hostess. Mesdames Opal Morrison, Lyle Mathes, Lyle Pugh, and H. <L. McCorkle were entertained at one o'clock luncheon Saturday afternoon by Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Lone •Rock, and after lunch bridge was played, Mrs. T. H. Chrisdhilles entertained her fbridge club Friday. The high score was won by Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer. Guests of the club were Mrs. J. iL. Bonar and Mrs. Don Hilliard, Flandreau, s. D. A benefit brideg and tea in behalf of the Wahelo camrvpfire girls will be given at Mrs. Kenneth Mercer's Only Western Electric Wide Range in Kossuth Co* or [Northern Iowa. It is your guarantee of 100 per cent entertainment! Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday March 7, 8, 9 Tuesday, March IS BANK DEPOSIT NiKJHT!. Box office open at 6:30* (Show starts at 7:15. ALINE McMAHOIT GLENDA FARRELL LYLE T.ALBOT i QUEEN CHRISTINA GBETA GARBO JOHN GILBERT in "Queen Christina" A classic Extra—'Saturday, March 10—Extra J3OUBLE FEATURE BUCK JONES in The Thrill Hunter" —and— Scene in an auto and gas camfl on the desert en, route to Califor* nit. _s , | Also comedy program! { "Three (Little Swigs* \ AKMtTROHO HILIN HACK FRANK ftBCMER JOHN MAUTOH VICTOH WOKO LI* KOHIUAK to BHAOY j •-*• - .. f. 'Saturday. Margaret Morris is the guardian of the group, and Mrs. Mercer is assistant. The Methodist W. F. M. S. meets this afternoon with Mrs. C. V. Hulse. The Methodist Centenary class -will have a party at the church at 6:30 next (Monday evening. There will be a Baptist Fathers and iSons banquet at the church Start where you left them in "King Kong." ttt's thrilling. Scrappyr—Wolf Dog Serial Saturday, Sunday, and Monday March 17-18-19 :. Vaudeville and Pictures "The Eeardon Sisters" • Sunday and Monday on the screen next Monday night. The Rev. New-1 lovers of romance and beauty. And »»•&** WW**WI»4 Ol>UUb*lt>O £11. & Ul C4V.V4W— «•* . » * t ,i_ J MA ing an operetta to be presented to 'begin duties with a (hardware Friday evening, March 23, under OT1 " •'"•»»»*«'*">« -Kelvmator the direction of Grace .Miller, music instructor. More than 100 students are taking part. The IRev. W. H. Schlie and Mr. and Mrs. John Hohenberger, all of Livermore, visited the Gottlieb Gronbachs and the George Hohen- bergera Monday. Fred Hansehnan, Sunday-Monday, March 11 and 12 IT'S A TREAT! CONSTANCE BENNETT BUSS COLUMBO FKANCHOT TONE in "Moulin Kouge" Ultra smart pictorial thrill for ton Carmen, Des Moines, religious training chief for Iowa, will speak. Mrs. G. D. Stokes entertained the Idle Hour bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. W. .iLusby won a travel token, and Mrs. F. A. Corey had the high score. The Cresco townsfliip (Embroidery FOUR EATON BOYS NOBMA TEBBISS in Vitaphone Musical Gorgeous girls, lavish sets in. "Around the Clock" Also New News Micky Mouse) nOVARRO &e.a<M£. mACDORALD n Cfnviialion j West Bend, was a guest of Mr. Gronbach Sunday. Margaret Hullerman, teacher, is in school again after a month's vacation wiCh. scarlet fever. Miss Hul- lenman was in quarantine at the Kossuth. hospital, and during her absence from • school Mrs. O. E. Dewel substituted. Mrs. McCorkle, Mrs. Lyle (Mathea, Mrs. Opal Morrison, and Mrs. Lyle McEnroe-<Pugh, Kansas City, Mo., spent Saturday afternoon with Mra. W. J. Cotton at Lone Rock. The five women were in high school together. In a recent note Albert Ogren wrote that he and his wife would be leaving for home late in March or early in April. His letter was written on stationery of the "Grande Courts, America's finest tourist quarters," San Antonio, Tex. Mrs, Mildred Topf spent the week-end in Minneapolis with her son William and her mother, Mrs. Ida Hulse. Mrs. Topf, who is stenographer at the Sullivan, McMafoon & linnan law offices, makes her home with (Mrs. J. W. Sullivan. Mr. and (Mrs. Charles fouhy have moved to the old home place of the family a few blocks north of the •0. (M. & ©t. P. railway station. The tana there is a 4p-acre tract. They had been farming near Valley Junction two years. They have no children. Mrs. Vernon Reeves and her daughter Donna Jean returned to their home at Cedar Rapids a week ago Friday, after several days with the former's mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Mr. Reeves is a bar- iber, and Mra. [Reeves is the former Helen Samp. The W.. E. Carrs, Omaha, have moved into the W. H. Lacy house on east Call. Mr. Carr is a John Oeere plow salesman. The Carrs have two small children. Mr. and Mrs. Lacy now make their borne at company demonstrating Kelvinator refrigerators at four city stores. She had been home demonstration agent at Frederick several years. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb, and she spent Decerriber with her parents. Miss Chubb is a state college graduate. A pistol and rifle shooting tournament is in progress in the basement of the Smith bliliard hall. The shooting began Tuesday evening. There are eight rifle teams of three members, and pistol teams are being organized. There will be 18 matches in the tournament, which will last through March and into April. Shooting at targets taxes place each evening except Saturday. . Interest is growing m revival meetings in progress at the Church: of the Nazarene, according to Pastor Irwin, who aays all who attend are delighted with illustrated songs by the 'Latham Sisters and the inspiring messages of the Rev. Mr. Walraven. Tonight the evangelist will bring a special message to young people on "Why (Be a Christian?" Next Sunday evening at 6:4S Mary Latham will give an illustrated message for young people. The 'Earl Vincent house at the corner of Jones and Lucas streets has .been rented to the Arthur Falks, Titonka, who moved here last week-end. Mr. Falk is with the International Harvester company The Emmet Jackmans, who lived in the Vincent residence, have moved to Whibtemore, where! Emmet has charge of the meat department in the H. R. Zumach grocery store. Gusta Winkie, who had lived at the Vincent house many years, is now at M. A. Sabm's._ W iH. Cummings, Des Moines, .spent the week-end here, going back for the opening Monday of the new Wholesale jobbing firm of Hagerman & Cummings. This firm handles Job notions, suspenders, belts, neckties, handkerchiefs and , where tfceir son Harlem a, passible store. falls, which added that salesmen are on road. Mr. DeUvOWVA*. *»*»* —" . , l,,,»r Hageman recently resigned as buyer and salesman for F. firody & Sons Des Moines. Mr. Cummings 1 will 4>e continued un- a manager. An O. E. .S. school of instruction was conducted at the local Masonic Temple last week Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Laura Lenz, Mason City, instructor in Dist. No, 2. In the evening a special meeting was held on the work, and distinguished visitors were present: Ex- Governor John Hammill, (Britt, Most Worthy Grand Patron of O. B. S.; Mrs. Maude Bowers, Orient, Worthy Grand Matron of IOWA; Mrs. John Hammill, iBritt, past Worthy Grand Matron of Iowa; Mrs. Lenz; and Mrs. Laura Chubb, Algona, Past Grand Electa. Many visiting worthy matons and patrons were presented. 'In all 13 different chapters were represented. After the meeting a short program was given: jDonald Hutchins sang two solos; the Masonic male quartet sang several selections; and a trio composed of Mart McCall, harp, Glenn Raney, violinist, and Raymond Norton, clarinet, played. After the program refreshments were served in the dining room. Legion Auxiliary Unit Meets— Forty-five members of the local Legion Auxiliary were present at a meeting Friday evening. The Auxiliary decided to observe March 17, which is national community service day in the Legion Auxiliary, toy presenting a good children's book to the Algona library. The unit also plans to send gifts to the Knoxville hospital for a disabled veterans' carnival. The program waa in charge _ of (Mrs. Dorothy Morrison. A piano solo was played by Helen Heuser, IMrs. A. H. Stock talked on Community Service work, and Mrs. Woodward, Whittemore, spoke on community service work. Mrs. Olive Henbst gave a yocal solo. Following the meeting there was luncheon and bridge. Mrs. 'Ray Stone, iLu Verne, won first at bridge; Mrs. John Dutton, Algona, second. Fathers and Sons Banquet- Under auspices of the Epworth League the annual Fathers and Sons banquet took place at the (Methodist church last night. The Rev. C. V. Hulse presided at the after dinner program, the chief event on which was an address toy the R.eY. Edwin Pruitt, Emmetsburg Methodist pastor. Donald Parson and Max Miller gave a cornet and flute selection; the H. S. boys' quartet, Donald HutchinSj Maurice Michel, Dick Shackelford, and James Chubb, sang; a brass quartet, Bernard and Meryl Yeoman, Ruth Malueg, and Eva Shackelford, played; and (Paul (Leaverton gave a solo, Evelyn Smith accompanist. _____ To Observe Golden Wedding-Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Simmons, who live on south Jones, will observe their 50t'i wedding annivers- house. Mr. Dale is 75; Mrs. Dale, 73. They had six children, all ,of whom were present except iF. A. Dale, deceased. The others are Mrs. Len Taylor, Algona; E. E. Dale, Fairmont; W. L. Dale, Algona; and Warren and James B. Dale, both of Minneapolis. Telephone Bridge Club Meets— The Belle .bridge club met last week Tuesday night at (Lillian Kressin's, and bridge was played at two tables, Gertrude Kuchenreuther winning the higfh score. Lunch was served. The club meets next week with Genevieve Hartshorn. The club members are girls employed at the telephone exchange. Party Honors Visitor Here— Mrs. M. P. Weaver and her •FOR ©ALE^1930 CHEVROLET coupe.—Kent Mtr Co. 8p2S IMPORTED PEAT MOSS, ?2.50 per ifull bale.—Algona Flour & Feed Co. 12u25 rom The HUB Clothiers Leuthold—Williams—Reynolds to every man in Kossuth County to see a complete line of SPRING and SUMMER footwear fashions MILD [Exceptionally So] THE ORIGINAL NICKLESS Only 5c t A S MUCH as Is possible of the nicotine has been removed from tobacco used in the Nickleas cigar >— thereby assuring a cool mild and appealing smoke. Especially recommended for excee- elve smokers, but also favored by many who find other cigars too strong for them. TRY A BOX, «H»4 you'll. notice the difference—all In your f»vor. Any Algona dealer can get them for you. Mr. Carl Ortland rtprtsenthigtbePrteman Shoe Corporation, will ptnonatty conduct tbit ttylt exhibition. pride by millwn^ OVER 150 STYLES of FREEMAN SHOES FOR MEN ;. , , the complete factory sample line from America's largest exclusive manufacturer of men's fine, 1 shoes will be on display, K • We want out customers and friends to see the greatest array of men's! footwear fashions ever shown in this city, A special Freeman representative will welcome an opportunity to point out the interesting leathers—and the many exclusive Freeman comfort features in these nationally famous shoes for men. == IT See world famous quality leathers superbly crafted intp the season's smartest footwear. "Il II GerwmeAus^al^Kangaroo-^e\mrld'shiestAe^isCalfskm~GenutwBrazilianBifck- If joskin— North Cape Seat~-CboiceKi4ikm—NQrwfgian Ctflf—aad a variety of soort leathers. 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