Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 7
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29, 1934. KOSSUTH COUNTT ATiVAXTm>. ALGONA, IOWA Vivian Dale is a new assistant at the Marigold beauty shop. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Drundago spent Sunday with friends at Mason City. Kathryn Misbach conies tomorrow for the Easter week-end. She is teaching at Alvord. Ted Herfbst is sick with chickenpox. iHe is the eldest son of Mr. and (Mrs. T. T. Herbst. Mr and Mrs. M II Falkenhainer Mr. and Mrs. Ilnnry Johannsen, was here Sunday. He is a member of the Jjcuthold-Johnmisen clothing firm thorn. Tlin iRov. and Mrs. P. J. Branor ,atid Emmet Beard attended a district music conte.st at tlio high .school building at Mason City Sat- Bobby, son of n r . and Mrs. A. D. Adams, went to Woodbine Tuesday and IMre. Al Falkenhainer iSaturday at Des Moines. Arthur Nordstrom has been clerking at Richardson furniture •store during the past few weeks. The Rev. W. ,R. Schlie and the spent day. ,ilis father tookhhn as"fa"r „.-, Fort Dodge. Juno Adcl Overmyer, who teaches in the Oskaloosa high school, is. expected Saturday for a week ALE mrsday, Friday (and Saturday Finest Talcum Powder ur du Midi 2 for 26c iolin — Rubbing Alcohol 2 for 51c Toilet Goods Fleur de Midi Face Powder, natural, brun- |te — 2 for 51c fit) Spring Blossom Face fowder, natural brun- Ite 2 for 61c jr Your Medicine Cabinet [Epsom Salt ___2 for 16c [Tincture Iodine 2 for 26c | Extract Witch Hazel, [oz 2 for 41c I Glycerin 2 for 26c IMercurochrome 2 for 26c JCod Liver Oil __2 for 76c Glycerin and Rose rater 2 for 26c ] Aspirin Tablets 2 for 20c [Hinkles Tablets, 100's 2 for 26c [Tread Easy Foot Powl er —- — 2 for 26c For the Hair I Shampona 2 for 51c [Penslar Hair Tonic __ I— 2 for 76c Colonial Club Hair Oil - — 2 for 51c Bay Rum, IG oz. 2 for 7Cc Quality Rubber Goods Water Bottle. Regular 'ke $1.25, capacity two /arts. This sale 2 for 1.26 Main Syringe, 1-piece •«. extra rapid flow 'be, full 2 quart capa- ity. Regular price $1.25 fllS OQlrt rv - - John •Hohen.borgcrs, Livermoro, vis- ted the George Hohenbergers Sun- ay. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith', Elmore, and their four children spent unday at Mr. Smith's brother 'eal's. Helen Hoover, Mason City, was visitor at G. S. Buchanan's last •eek. iSho is Mrs. Buchanan's iece. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Windell will pend the week-end at Bclmond ith their daughter, Mrs. James Utwegg. •Dwight Parsons 'began work Monday at the Kohlhaas Bros, gar- ge, where he is in charge of car ainting. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Spear be- ame parents of their seventh hild, a girl, at their home Tues- ay morning. Dorothy Sellstrom came (home esterday from St. Peter, Minn., ivhere she is a student at Gustavus Ulolphus college. Mrs. lLaura Backus and her aughers Eleanor and 'Beth spent ,\e week-end with Mrs. Backus's ister at Duibuque. "(Bud" Zencler and George Kan- utf are expected today from Iowa at materially in the last few weeks. She has heen seriousyl sick two ity, where they are students he state university. Margaret Morris, pulhlic school 'months. Mrs. Seeley is 81. hysical training director, went toj Mrs. Ethyl Morrison and Nellie iedar iRapids (Friday to spend the Devine, the latter of Hum-holdt, reek with her parents. I will go to Chicago Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. IR. G. Richardson to attend a mid-west beauty show. pent last Thursday at (Fort Dodge, I They will reurn next Thursday. vhere the former Bought Is'orge efrigerators for his store. Mrs. T. 'L. Larson, daughters lieodora, Maxine, and Meredith, Betty Turner, and Virginia Morck pent Monday at Mason City. _ New grocery shelving on both | ides of he Anderson Bros, meat narket was installed last week. Villiam Aman did the work. 'Mildred De Graw, who teaches at Cedar Falls, will come tomorrow or a week's vacation with her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. Or. J. G. Clapsaddle was down rom Burt briefly Monday. He rove to Cedar Rapids Tuesday to ee his father-in-law, W. F. Main. A. H. Stock and B. T. Agard vent to Des Moines yesterday to at- end a meeting of the Equitable Life Insurance company of New York. H. P. Johannsen, Waverly, son of 2 for $..26 lar Family Bemedles Aspirin Tablets, 100's 2 for 51c Aspirin Tablets, 24 jinhalit _. •s --2 for 26 for 51c p Cut«, Wounds, and Skin Troubles - Liniment 2 for 51c for the Teeth, Mouth I and Gums I Mag-Lac Tooth Paste tr~: --2 for 51c |Aat»eptic Mouth Wash [Mag-La7To"oTh 2 B f r? 8 h - 2 for 51c Tooth Brush 2 for 51c p y of Individu. ality. Paper • —~ yuuri f ( '_ fa «cy envelopes |Neba 2 for" 76c -—- 2 for 61c paper " 51c a for aic IDSBY'S STORE — Jpwa _ with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer. 'Mr. and Mrs. iLoui.s l-iintsi, son Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lies- oner, and Mrs. Emilio Kahn were guests of the Conrad Ristaus. Ven- Jtura, Sunday. 'Mrs. F. E. Saunders is still at •nioomfield, southeast of Dos Moines, helping care for her father, T. Jj. Horn, who is 82 and in failing health. The Gco. W, Godfreys, Ames, wore hero Saturday for a short visit with Mr. Godfrey's mother and sister. Mr. Godfrey dehorned some cattle at his farm. Margaret Haibegar ami Margaret Vigars, students at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, are expected tomorrow for the Easter week-end at home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tierney, Mason City, and their children, Craig and Marlyn, will spend Sunday with Bernard's mother, Mrs. George Holtebauer. Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Behrends spent Sunday at Titonka with the Min- rtert Smidts. Mrs. Smidt is a niece of Mrs. Specht and A. W. Friends of Mrs. F. T. Seeley learn that she has not improved daughter Rosalie went to Jje- Monies Tuesday to visit Mr. Swansons sister. Mr. Swanson will lun n"\ Sunda y> a ™» '"'ing them home that evening. Mrs. Clifford Aalfs returned Sun- 'lay from Minneapolis, where she ''an spent several days with friends. Mr. Aalfs and Mr. and Mrs. IM. C. McMahon met, her at Blue Karth Sunday night. .Alvina Miller and Esther Quinby, ugh school teachers, are spending their vacation at their homes at •Cedar Falls. Margaret Morris, physical education teacher, went to her homo at Cedar Rapids for the week. Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Sjostrand, St. Peter, Minn., n nd their daughter Milhcnnt, who teaches in the Carlton, Minn., high school, are expected Saturday to spend Easter with the Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand. M. M. Morrow, daughter Gertrude, and son Charles were here over the week-end. Gertrude was a guest at the H. H. Oearchs home, Charles at the Isaacson home. The Morrows now live at Audubon. The firemen were again called to the Dr. C. JI. Cretzmeyer home yesterday, but on arriving found nothing wrong. A neighbor had mistaken smoke from a chimney as indicating too much blaze from an oil burner. Mrs. Mary Laing and her daughter, Mrs. -Samuel Smith, left Monday in the latter's car for Grand Ivslatid, Neb., for two weeks with a sister of Mrs. Laing. They will also make visits at Omaha and Charter Oak. Mrs. Neal 'Smith drove to .Sioux City Tuesday and brought home her daughter Harriett, student at Morningside college, and Carol Andrews, of the Doan neighborhood, and 'Bernice Smith, Swea City, came with them. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger are parents of a boy, born last Thursday at the Kossuth' hospital, the first child. He has been named homas. This event made Mr. and A pen of live Easter rabbits in one of the James drug store windows has 'been attracting the attention of passers-by. They are the product of a Livermore rabbitry. Mrs. H. M. Helgen, of Emmetsburg, son Henry, also Emmetsburg, and daughter Irene, Minneapolis teacher at home on vacation, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Nellie McMahon. Thelma Horigan, Mineapolis, came home yesterday for a visit till next Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. "W. Horigan. She is still secretary of the Blake school for fooyS. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herfbst spent -Sunday with relatives at Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders drove to Des Moines Sunday to attend a fish, and game commission meeting Monday. Mrs. C H. Swanson and her CALL THEATRE WIDE Electnc SYSTE Only Western Electric Wide Range in Kossuth Co. or 'Northern Iowa. It is your guarantee of 100 per cent entertainment. Wednesday-Thursday, Murch 28-29 H E P B URN ,-;'.': ^v«p.|TF.lREfe-=; : If* of, with, and for the Winner of Highest Honors in 'kittle Women" - n <»xruiis-Atlantic Urid(?e Tricks First showing in this territory. New News Thursday 2 BIG DAYS- Friday and Saturday, March 80-81 2 BIG DATS Double Feature • « • The Marines Have Landed and Have the Situation Well In Hand! A Paramount Picture with RICHARD ARLEN. IDA LUPINO ROSCOE KARNS • MONTE BLUE GRACE BRADLEY • TOBY WING New-^First"showijjgjn the State. SALLY KATHLEEN NORBIS Lovers in " s ' ati>ea ,^ ir l rt< . 0 "Walls of Gold" Wolf Dog Serial Scrappy Cartoo Sunday and Monday, April 1 and 2 IT FINALLY CAME .THROUGH John Boles, "Pttt" Patterson, Spencer Tracy, Sid Silvers,TheUua Todd in "Bottoms Up" Made by the .producers of "Sunnyside Up." iSmart comedy—^production plus. Swell tunes—fast entertainment. Spencer Tracy is the standout. Think what it means to you to hear John Boles on Western Electric Wide Range Sound, sing "Little Did I Dream." Also 'his first comedy song, "Waiting at the Gate." Drive 50 jniles for this program. Tuesday, April 8 IBANK DEPOSIT NIGHT GEO. O'BRIEN in one of the best outdoor pictures this season. "Frontier Marshall" —And-Leon Errol in "Autobiography" 20 minutes of fun. COMING— S BIG DAYS Friday and Saturday, April 6 and 3 HOUR SHOW The Wild Annual Picture! First showing in territory. (Bring 'Em Back Alive) FRANK BUCKS 1 An excursion trip to Malay Jun gles. Start at Call Theatre- Friday, 7:15 and 10 o'clock. Saturday, 2:30, 1 :15, 10 o'clock Excursion rate— regular admission — Also— BARBARA STANWYCK in "The Gambling Lady Wolf Dog Serial Scrappy Mrs. T. A. Trauger grandparents for the first time. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Medin drove lo Amos Friday and brought their son Kenneth home for the weekend. His brother Karl, also a student at Iowa State college, got borne last week Wednesday, and both went back Monday. 'Mrs. n. J. Keen, son Uichard, Mrs. M. G. Norton, and the latter's son Richard went to Des Moines yesterday to meet and 'bring home Eleanor Keen, freshman at the state university, who is spending the Easter vacation here. 'Mrs. .F. S. -Norton and her daughter Elinor came yesterday from Iowa City, where Elinor is taking special work at the state university. Mrs. Arthur Ferguson, Keokuk, and her son John are also here for the Easter vacation. Mary Mitchell, stenographer for Harrington & Lowe, attorneys, formerly for Harrington & Dickinson for many years, resigned last week, and ibegan work Monday for the Blythe, Markley, Rule, Difoble, & Carney law firm at Mason City. Mr .and Mrs. Riohard Schmitz, 'Storm 'Lake, will spend Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mrs. Schmitz is the former Marion McMahon. 'Ruth MaMahon, who tcaoh.es at Galva, is expected tomorrow for the week-end. _€lair iLaird, Des Moines, brought his mother, Mrs. Ella Laird, home Friday, and went back Sunday. Mrs. Laird had, as usual, spent the winter there at her daughter Mrs. Theo Aulman's. Mrs. Grace •Blanchard is again with her at the iLaird home here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hausen, their 'children, Roibert and Joan, and Mrs. Hausen's father, "VV. P. Mayhew, all of Villisca, spent .Sunday with the M. H. iFalkenhainers. •Mrs. Hausen is Mrs. Falkenhainer'a sister. Mr. Mayhew remained for a several weeks visit. The Rev. C. P. Carlson went to Minneapolis Monday and returned Tuesday with Mrs. Carlson and the new son. Mrs. Fred Geigel accom- panied Mr. Carlson to Minneapolis' to visit relatives, the children of j the Leon Bushes, Webster, Wis., former Irvington residents. Hattie Wilson, Junior high school principal, is spending the vacation with her parents at Springville. Frances Messer is with, her mother at Humboldt. 'She is ancient and modern history teacher in high school. Ruth Kriekenbaum, commercial teacher, is at her homo at West Point. The operetta, "Lclawala," given by the music department oC the high school Friday night, was well attended. Nearly all costumes had been rented, and they gave appropriate added color. 'Mrs. D. H. Goeders was dramatic director, and Grace Miller, teacher, had charge of the music. Editor 'Lee 0. Wolfe was an Algona visitor one afternoon last week-end. It was in iSeptember, 1899, that he became owner of the Titonka Topic, and lie is now in his 35th year as publisher. That makes liim vice dean of the Kossuth editorial fraternity, the dean toeing J. W. Haggard. Mrs. T. T. 'Herbst, her sons Ted and Joel, and Mrs. D. P. Smith drove to Britt last week Tuesday, and .brought back Mrs. Herbst's mother, Mrs. B. M. Southgate, who visited 'here till Friday, when the Rev. Mr. Southgate came for her. Mrs. iSouthgate has been suffering from lumbago in the past few weeks. Gladys Looney, who conducted the Advance's cooking school some weeks ago, opened a Des Moines Register-Tribune cooking school at Des Moines Tuesday. It closed yesterday, and yesterday's program was broadcast. Miss iLooney conducted the school at Des Moines last year which was attended by 8,000 women. Mrs. Harold Hamilton, who, with, her husband, operates the widely known Hamilton hatchery near Bancroft, was here on a. business mission Monday. .She said that the season's first hatch was taken off February 22 and that two hatches PAGE SBJV8I a week 'had been taken off since then. The hatchery is meeting a wide demand for chicks. Mrs. C. H. Taylor returned last week Monday from Chicago, where she had spent a week with her daughter, Mrs. Campbell Humphrey. (Mrs. Humphrey, who had been supervisor of the Earl playground six years, has been transferred to the O'Keefe playground, where she began work Monday. She is the former Grace Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster's daughter Mary Elizafbeth, student at Cornell college, Mount Vernon, will not come home for Easter. With other members of the college orchestra she 'begins a week's tour through Illinois next week Friday, and at the conclusion ol the tour will spend the week-end at home. She plays the cello. Mabel Roupe, Minneapolis, and lier sister Jessie, Mason City, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe. Both are still employed by the Red Ball Transportation company. The Arnold Roupes, Cedar Rapids, went home Monday, after a few days here, and the elder Mrs. iRoupe accompanied them for a week there. Arnold is employed in a bakery. Mabel Cratty and .Dora Wallace, Minneapolis, spent the • week-end with the former's niece, Mrs. Theo. Hutchison. Miss Cratty and Miss Wallace are teachers in the Minneapolis schools. Monday they went to Ames to visit Miss Cratty's father, R. I. Cratty, and from there were to go to Des Moines to visit the C. B. Murtaghs, Mrs. Murtagh being a sister of Miss Cratty. In the Advance of March. 8 someone ran a blind advertisement that a stray Poland China hog toad been taken up. Peter iBesch, near Whittemore, lost such a hog and called at the Advance office Monday to get the advertiser's name, tout the copy could not be found and no one in the shop remembered who had the advertisement run. ,The party is requested to identify himself. Possibility that a caravan of 18 new busses bought by the Union Pacific would pass through Algona soon was indicated (by an official yesterday. The busses are fashioned on body lines after the fashion of the new stream-lined passenger trains, but are mounted on Chevrolet chasses. They toave a capacity of 21 passengers and mil be run over the company's lines in Iowa and possibly through Algona. 'Last week's Walbasha, Minn., Herald-Standard said that Roasia Smith, who had for some months been reporting for the Minnetonka Pilot at .Round, Minn., had given up her Jo 1 !) there to return to the Herald-Standard as news editor. Miss Smith, who was born at Algona, is already familiar with the field, having worked on the paper both before her father, Hugh R. Smith, sold it and afterwards. She is a niece of Mrs. W. C. Dewel. Just as Mr. and Mrs. David C. Ward were leaving Saturday morning for Red Oak to spend a week with relatives, they noticed that the roof of their house had caught fire. The blaze was easily extinguished, and Mr. and Mrs. Ward then left, accompanied by Phyllis Peterson, iBryant teacher, who went" as far as Red Oak with them, and thence continued to Essex and Kansas City to visit relatives. Misg Peterson recently took the place of Capitola Brindley, who resigned during the Christinas holidays to be married. A first-page story last week reported the loss by a Wesley woman nearly a year ago of a handbag containing money and a bank de- T>osit certificate. It was explained that the finder could keep the money and besides get $10 reward for return of the certificate. _ No reply has (been received, and it i3 thought that perhaps the finder destroyed the certificate. In that case the same reward will be paid if the finder will identify himself and sign an affidavit in proof of destruction. This is wanted to get the money from the bank, and the finder will be put to no other trouble. Is Your Lucky Day Read these Specials, good for Friday only. Come to Algona every Friday, the big bargain day for Kossuth. Omstensen Bros. Co. FOR FRIDAY ONLY Ruffled Curtains and Kitchen Sets in dainty colors and patterns in the newest styles. One Day Price 59c 2 PAIRS FOR $1.00 Cut-Rate GROCERY pounds Ginger Snaps 25c "Busiest Little Store in Town" PURE SILK Dancettes / Dainty, well tailored garments (brassiere) and panties) lace trimmed — colors white and tea rose—sizes 32, 34, and 36. This is an extra special for Friday only, 98c Chrischilles & Herbst Full Fashioned Pure SILK HOSE, 50c pr. The hose are slightly imperfect but come from one of our reliable manufacturers, so you can buy with confidence. FRIDAY ONLY The Goeders Co. WASHABLE Rayon Tatteta Slip Bias cut, California top lace trimmed—sizes 32 to 40—colors white and tea-rose. This is an outstanding value for Friday only,' 98c Chrischilles & Herbst Clirislenseii Bros, Go. FOR FRIDAY ONLY Silk Dresses Nearly one hundred new silk dresses in sizes from 14 to 46. Values to $7.50 One Day Price $4,98 Christensen Bros. Co. FOR FRIDAY ONLY Knitted Blouses New Spring styles in the new colorful combinations in knit blouses. Values to $1.50. ONE DAY PRICE, 98c Chick Mash To introduce our guaranteed starting and growing mash we are making a special price Friday, March 30, of $1.40 per hundred. Contains necessary minerals, milk, sugar, iodine, and C. L. oil. Anderson Grain & Coal Company Call at M. & St. L. Elevator. Phoue 308 TIRES! TIRES! TIRES! Buy at the Coast to Coast Stores. We always sell for less. 30x3 1-2 oversize Cord Tires $2.95 30x4.50x21 Tires $8.57 475x19 Tires . $8.95 30x3 1-2 heavy Red Tube 79c Bike Tires, 26 or 28-in. 89o Batteries, 13-plate , $8,19 Ex, Johnson's Wax, 1 Ib. can. 49c Top Dressing, Keystone, pt. 89e Coast to Coast Store JOE BLOOM, Mgr, Coast to Coast Store Always Sell for Less. Paints and Varnishes Varnish, 4-hour Spar, qt. 89c Interior Gloss, regular $3.25, pur price, gallon $1.79 Flat Wall Paint, qt. 49c Flat Wall Paint, all colors, gallon ___$1.49 House Paint, white only, gallon $1.00 Floor and Porch Paint, quart 49c Barn Paint, red only, gallon 94c JOE BLOOM, Mgr. 1O Only Full size 71x105 BED SPREADS All rayon, and all cotton Colonials Regular price, $3.25 $1.59 The Goeders Co. TABLE AND FLOOR Priced up to $7.75 YOUK CHOICE $3.95 FOSTER FURNITURE CO,

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