Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 5
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DA?! 19,1934. 0CALS Mason City, sP ent Brundage City D Adams spent Dee at son line. before Mon- Omaha, ; with : came Frl- ier uncle, seeding Itlnues rather cool. lt ent the where lie week-end at .KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAGE FIVBI was best Norton Wooster opera- ssuth hospital Satur- I A MM E n. Rising spent |and ""'relatives at West the Risings formerly Tierneys, of Mason with Mr. Tier- Irtere bent Sunday wu« ""•*,;; per, Mrs. George Holte- •d who was sick with a i/nf call bladder trou- SUP and about the ,» MM W. W. Sullivaiu Lfj w'sullivan spent the) with relatives at Mus- |and Mrs. H. W. Heldke, Bale spent Sunday with the i parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. listen McNutt accompanied Ern- bert Plum Creek, to north- Minnesota last week to buy jotatoes. , M. K. Cullen, Whlttemore Iter Mary and son Terence [Tuesday for the week at the teit home. id Perry and Dorothy Hallo|Des Moines, spent Sunday i former's cousins, Haze i Potter. will be services next Sun 11 a. m. and at 7:45 p. m South Cresco church, Georg< in charge. Donald C, Hutchison and children went to Cedar Monday for a week with irmer's parents. F. E. Saumlers is at borne after six weeks at Bloom- vas to go after her this in id-week. John Johnson, in the employ of McEnroe Bros., was taken to tlio Xossiith hospital Saturday for treatment for pneumonia, with which ho had been suffering a week. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 'Dliley entertained their bridge club Sunday evening. The high scores were won, by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt, and 1 Christina Wernert won the travel prize. Elmer iHarts<horn, known for many years as a skilled Algona barber, has opened a shop in tllie. building next west of the Creamery where Barber Wies was formerly located. Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney, returned to school at the Academy Monday, after having been confined to her home eight weeks with a severe case of pneumonia. "Friday the thirteenth" was a lucky day for Mr. and Mrs, Julian Arndorfer, who became parents oE a new daughter. The family recently moved to Algona from a farm near St. Benedict. The R. S. Blossoms moved last week-end from the Mrs. E. J. Skinner house to the Keneflck house. Mrs. Skinner, who spent the winter at Fort Dodge with her daughter Kate, has returned. Mrs. George Good, 'Spirit Lake, and her son Jerry spent last week viuli the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Benson. .Mr. Good canifi both of Swea City; Joseph Steln- bor, Viola Schultz, both r o Elmore; Fred Meyer, Whittcmorc, Adclla Mitlag, Fenton. •Mrs. F, W. Wehlfir got homo Tuesday from Oakland, Calif., whore she had visited a. daughter, Mrs. A. W. Fiinvr.ll, the former Gertrude Wehler, since Thanks- T!K! local daughter, Marie or, mol her nt Ames Wc-l tho former First National bank fling. 3arly COO pupils took part in ferenco of Hie Augustana Synod till next Monday. Mrs. Sjostraml will sincr solos at a convention of 840's. Mrs. Free has brothers, and she has Fort Dodfce. Mason Cit v ...,, ---- , . ju voji vs 1. (JO 1,1 Vtll «.U the Algonii high school auditorium Saturday evening. A good-sized crowd which included students not on llio stage filled the auditorium from Hurt, ----- Lakota, Lu Verne, Swea City, Lcdyard, Algona, l.o capacity. Pupil ri (Irani,, Consolidated Saturday for the week-end and ook them back .Monday. A. W. Amunson motored to Des Moines yesterday to attend a slate convention of optometrists at tllie Kirlcwood hotel and tomorrow. U. K. Mendel, Ames, spent tho week-end hero and took home Mrs, Mcnuel and tho son Hugh, who had boon here a week with Mrs. Mcn- ncl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver, who drove to Ames after them a week ago Saturday. The statement in the obituary of 'Mrs. 'Raymond Anderson in last week's Advance that pllio died of tuberculosis of the throat was an error. Death was caused by a lieart disease, with which she iluul for some time boon afflicted Mrs. It. N. Webster and her two sons drove lo Ayrshire -Friday, and brought the daughter, Mrs. Theodore Ruston, here. Mrs. Webster, Mrs. Ruston, Mrs. Martha Gorman, .and Amy Smith, Emmetsburg, drove lo Des Moincfl Tuesday. John Ferguson spent the weekend with his brother Lewis at Ames, and Mrs. Win. K. Ferguson, Irs. Tims. Akro, and tho latter's on Donald drove to Amos for him iunday . Mrs. Akre called on randdaughter who lives there. The Hcv. and Mrs W. G. Muhle- nan and the Rev. anil Mrs. C. V lulso attendee) a sub-district Meth- idist ministerial meeting at Wes- ey Tuesday. The meeting included linner at noon and was followed >y a business and social program Tom Frank! and Lydia Meyei pent Sunday and Monday at Woodblock, Minn., tho former on busi icss connected with his mother'? arm near there, and Miss Meye to visit Philomena Quinn, who i Umo Honk, Titonka, and took part. Mrs. Godfrey Wesley . Geilenfcld northwest of Almond, in a patient at an Kossuth hospital with a broken honein tlhe left leg. aim was going alter t'he mail "Friday the 13th" (unlucky day), and planned to ride a horse but animal became frightened and threw her off. The ''K WiiH broken Just (below tho noo. She will bo at the 'hospital en days. T. T. Herbst took Mrs. B. M. loulhgatc and her son, Dr. P. T. SoiiUligato, to Ames Tuesday yesterday, today, He is expected :atch_ a train for Long Beach, Cal- fomia whore Doctor Bouthgato s now practicing. His moUher will •spend a few months with him. Dr. Southgalo formerly practiced at jcwistosvn, Mont., but moved to ..ong Bcacih a year ago. He is married and has two children, a boy and a eirl. Dist. Supt. Muhleman preached Sunday morning at Titonka, and after the sermon the congregation sprang a surprise by clubbing togelJher for a big dinner in the state missionary society, and Mr. Sjostrand will be guest speaker Sunday at file Central Ohurch of Christ. His father C. iE. Sjostrand, St. Peter, Minn., will oc-< cupy his pulpits the same day here and at Bancroft. Many Algonians on evening drives in the last few days have gone to Union Slough to sec great flocks of wild ducks on the water. The favorite drive Is north on the paving to a schoolhouse north of Burl, thence east to tho Slough. There is now enough water there, following the recent snows and rains, to attract the ducks to land. Remindful of pioneer times, a flock almost large enough to blot out the sun was reported a few days ago. Relief gardens here this season are to bo supervised by the local unit of the Legion Auxiliary, and garden plots arc needed for persons who have none of their own Anyone who has gardens that will not otherwise be used, or a vacant lot which may bo used for this purpose, is requested to call Mrs. E. R. Morrison, chairman of the! Auxiliary community service committee. The committee will see that the lot is prepared for gardening and turned over to a worthy family. A recent issue of the Dubuque Telegraph-Herald and Times car- sisters at Eleanor Cruikshank, R. N., left Friday for Nashville, Tenn., where she will become a member of the general staff of the Vanderbilt university hospital. Eleanor is a. graduate of the Algona hifrli school and of the state university hospi- at Iowa City, and .she held a similar position in the same Nashville hospital a few -m on Mis two years ago. She was asked to return at thi.4 time. The hospital force had been decreased because of Uhe depression. Eleanor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruik- hank, and sisters, Jean and Marjorie, took her as far as Des Moines. A. E. Clayton and Marion R. Want Ada WANTED—YOUNG and old chickens.—State's Cafe. 7U31 FOR SALE—1!)2(i CHEVROLET roadster in fine shape — Phone 20F12. 10p31 sincere words of sympathy In our late bereavement.—Mrs. G. K Van Dorston and family. .. WANTED—TEA AND COFFEE route man for regular route through Algona and Kossuth county. Apply by letter immediately.— R. A. Tagstad Coffee Company, Kokomo, Ind. 20p31 GIOTS THIS CKKAM—VEGA Separators, $77.50 Users biggest boosters.—See Bjuslrom's, Algona. 12u31tf any aKe for immediate delivery. WK DIOSIRIO TO THANK OUR Second hand Simplexes.—Wellen- friendH for their kindness andjdorf Leghorns. 25p31 WE ARE IN POSITION TO FUR- nish super-bred Leghorn baby cockerels tor hatchery flocks of CALL THEATRE church basement, where the clliief table centerpiece was a big cake! in honor of his GOth birthday. He was also presented with a gift. A number of neighborhood ministers attended, and Mrs. Allen Wood of Good Hope, read a poem in Mr. Aluhleman's honor. The 'Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjos- 'trand went to Clinton yesterday to attend an Iowa Lutheran con- ried a story about a pioneer sawmill in Winneshiek county. A picture of a huge load of logs on a sled drawn by oxen was also printed. Facts for the story were obtained from Jos. W. Lawrence, Du- buquc, retired railway mail clerk, brother of Mrs. George H. Free, of Algona, and the man who established the saw-mill was their grandfather, Alexander Lawrence a Scot who came to America in the Soults, new county club agent, held a. meeting Monday night at the South Cresco church on farm business records and the use of corn- hog contracted acreage, and County Agent Bonnstetter held a similar meeting the same night at the Irvington township Center school- louse. Tuesday night Mr. Bonnstetter was at the Bcltone theater, 3urt, and last night Messrs. Clay,on and Soults were at Fenton. Mr. Bonnstetter will speak at the Grant .ownship consolidated schoolhouse ;onight, and there will be Eagle- Swea and Greenwood - Ramsey meetings tomorrow night. Mr. Clayton spoke at Lakota one night last week. Little Girl Laid Up. Nanette, 5-year-old daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. William Pestotnik, fell Monday morning at play and sprained an ankle she had previously sprained a week ago Sunday while jumping a rope. Ei!(i!l!ili!l!ll!iilllSl!!i!llllllllllll!llllillillllM Only Western Electric Wide Eange in Kossuth Co. or {Northern Iowa. It is your guarantee of 100 per cent entertainment. f where she helped care lor feed father, who is sick. iert, 7-year-old son of Mr. and |H. W, Peterson, suffered a i collarbone when he was |ver by a car last Thursday. G. Norton, who has had diffi- |in raising a good lawn at his has had the whole lawn 1 up and covered with fertil- 1 and Mrs. J, 3. Arndorfer, Irs near Algona, became .par- bt their second child, a ilaugn- the Kossuth hospital last home tomorrow evening". The E. H. Handlers, Mason City the P. M. Handlers, Farnhamville, and Mrs. C. E. Handier, Plover were week-end guests of Mr. anc Mrs. E..C. Handler. The men are sons of Mrs. C. E. Handier. Forrest Toogood, who had beei in -training with tilie Cleveland bal team at New Orleans, came a weel ago to join his wife at M. P. Hag gard's while he is nursing ai injury to his pitching arm. E. J. Murtagh, his daughter Jose phine, and Mrs. Mel Peterson, Lon;. Beach, drove to Des Moines Friday to bring up the latter's father, State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh, who spent the week-end here. Mrs. Elizabeth Yanser, on the Stevens estate farm a mile north of Sexton, who has been under a doctor's and a nurse's care five weeks with, pluerisy and pneumonia, is now recovering. Dr. R, M. Wallace recently had his home on north Thorington street shingled. It was formerly stuccoed. Mr. and Mrs. R.. P. Norton's home on east McGregor street s being extensively remodeled Mary Bieser and Kathryn. Deim Kay. puts at the Kossuth hospital petal treatment in the last [lave 'been John Johnson, Al[Emil Paling, Corwith, and Beenken, Titonka. Alary Murtha spent last and has spent part of this I ^S' 1 her son Frank at Clear " grandson, Tom Frankl, went to Winfred, S. D., Saturday to attend the funeral of the former's aunt, Mrs. Ervin Lentsch, who for many years lived on a farm near Livermore, but left ten years ago Ronald Gardner, Plum Creek, is. assisting with farm work at his uncle Leonard Cruikshank's, while the latter is temporarily off dutj because of having lost the end o a finger while moving a trailei box. cooping house for her brothe •Bud." Wayne Bradfield, Owatonna, Minn., formerly employed at the BoLsford lumberyard here, spent the week-end with local friends. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Bradgale, Jackson, Minn., and their daughters Vcra and Barbara spent Sunday 'hero. Mayor and Mrs. W. H. Lewis, of Spencer, celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary at a reception Thursday evening, April 5, at the Hotel Tangney. The event was attended by more than 300 relatives and friends, and among the guests were the daughter, Mrs. Eugene cville, Algona, and Mr. Neville. Mr. -and Mrs. W. A. Foster drove i Arlington last Thursday to visit sister of Mrs. Foster overnight, hey brought home thoir daughter lary Elizabeth, of Cornell college, ho went back Sunday. Mary Elizabeth toured parts of Iowa and llinois with a college musical or- :anization during the Easter holi- ay. Donald C. Hutchison spent Satur- lay at Des Moines on a business nission and brought home his nother, Mrs. A. Hutchison, who md been there since last week Tuesday, visiting 'her sister, Mrs E. V. Shore. Mr. and Mrs. Gard- Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders re turned Friday from Des Moines where they had been since las week Wednesday, attending a meet ing of the state fish and game com mission and the conservation plau ning board. Marriage licenses have been is sued in the last two weeks to Lyl Blair, Ledyard, Hattie Peterso ner Cowles got home last Thurs- lay, after having spent the wintei it Chandler, Ariz., near Phoenix. A. H. Borchardt, K. D. James, E SV. Lusby, and B. F. Sorensen wil attend a five-county druggists meeting at Emmetsburg today a which phases of the drug business will be discussed. A session on th drug division of the NRA genera retail code will probably also b held. The four Algonians plan t< travel together in brotherly love. Fenton and Swea City are hot taking steps to secure banks. R. H Miller attending a recent meetin on the bank question at Fenton and Friday night he was at Swe City for a similar meeting. It wa understood that the Ledyard Stat bank would open a Swea Cit branch and for that purpose woul OF — | Fashion Hits of Spring in a timely sale. 40 beautiful style right garments are priced for clearance in this important Sale of Coats and Suits. Smart styles in tweeds and mixtures in tans, greys, and blues. Sizes 14 to 40. 1,95 $14,95 $16,95 Wednesday-Thursday, and Friday April 18,19, and 20 Matinee Thursday, 2:30. N010IA. SHEARER ROIS'T MONTGOMERY in "Kip Tide" She played a man's game a woman's way. Lavish production. Miss Shearer's first for months. New News Thursday-Friday. DONALD NORIS in Radio Round-Up and KING CROSBY in Pictorial No. 6 300 photos of Lanny Ross Free. Sunday nnd Monday, April 22-23 Another big unit show!' Laughter all the way* Saturday, April 21 The big four-star picture of April. One of the three best. Held over at Radio City for second week. S VAST AND OVERWHEIMJNG! ^_ ' ullli Victor McLagten Borift K»rloff Wallace Ford Denny JOHN FORD'S r R o o u c 1 1 ON. c. copfif plod act' RK O R^OIO Picture A story of the desert. A story o£ the desert by John Ford, who gave us "The Iron Horse" in 1931. — and — JIMMY DUNN nnd CLAIRE TREYOR in "Jimmy nud Sally" Just for Fun >Volf Dog Serial and Scrappy, lli!!llll!!lll!llil!!il!!l!lli!!iiiilll!!!il!U Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday April 25, 26, nnd 27. AL JOLSON in "Wonder Bar" introducing Radio's Maxwell House . Showboat Singing star, UNNY d ROSS CHARLlfnUGGLES MARY BOLAND ANN SOTHERN A Paramount Picture Directed by Norman McLeod TI^B/ATRjg NewTSTewi ' Musical—"Jail Bird's Paradise" Micky Mouse in "Micky's Steeple Chase" Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday May 2, 3 and 4 JEAN MUIR in "As the Earth Turns" Tuesday, April 24 $25.00 Bank Deposit Matinee, 2:30 BARBARA STANWYCK JOEL McEAE in "Gambling Lady" High class entertainment, and Mills Blue Rhythm Band with Hamtree Harrington, singn ing. RAY TURK in SONG HITS and Musical—School of Romance 300 photos of Lanny Ross Free. Bank night show starts at 6:15, feature at 7:00. Bank night drawling at 8. Second show 8:15. liillllllll^ Goed We Lead the Way In Correct Footwear and Apparel for Every Occasion Grey and Navy Two color combination in finest kid, e style, sure comtort. Black and Grey Black kid with grey piping, smart style with loot health insured. Beige and Brown A smart beige vamp with brown quarter and heel, plenty of style. Crushed Pig In a white tie pattern, featuring the new white metal lacing hooks. $6 Washable Buck Sandal in white featuring a soft brown laced trim, very stylish. $6 White Kid In an ultra smart pump, featuring cross grain bows, very dressy. $6 Arch Preserver Footwear that insures foot health and We in black or brown kid. $9 Arch Preserver Light weight, perforated tie, dainty trim in white or black kid. ., $10.50 Arch Preserver Fine white kid in a perforated tie, style and comfort. . . $9 Florsheim Novelty pumps in finest kid, ultra smart style, black or white kid. $10.50 Smart Pumps In black, blue and brown kid and patent—perfect fitting, snug heels. $5 Sport Oxford White or smoked elk, fashion, this snappy sport shoe. They fit. $3.50 HlUilllllllllllllHIllllllllllll $1U.OU «"» that Insures Foot Health for Women, Misses and Children ill— ^ nHUHH

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