Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1934 · Page 7
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i-rB»' mtee Bango in Kossntli Co. Iowa. of 100 per cent entertainment. t*fit TEN GREAT STARS 600 BEAUTIFUL GIRLS New News Thursday nnd Friday Hurry Langdon Comedy "On Ice" REVIVAL PICTURES ONTOR . t L,, lust e Whirlpool" A typical Holt picture. LEE last Episode Wolf Dog Serial. Scrappy , April 20-30 MAKE MORE 'ORES LIKE THIS ,,G CROSBY liOLE 10 M B A"R D !., BURNS S a™,!.'ALIEN, . € MERMAN'LEON ERROL jiic and romance. liback stage story. That's f Neighbor, Once in a Every laugh a roar. [if, Thursday, nnd Friday May 2-34 i Hasty Carroll's i Earth Turns" ml entertainment, il three New England farm Ion the farm. Neighbors and i BIXG CltOSBY ID "Please" ALGONA SECOND IN DUSTY FIELD MEET AT ESTHERVILLE ninn Algona high school won second in a field meet al IOs- thcrvillu Saturday. The inecl was held In spite oC a groat dust slonn Algona's points totaled 35, but Ks- therville, which took had 73. Milford was Cirst place, third with Tuesday, May 1 Today back to regular opening hour, 7:15; second show, 9:15. BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT Bank Deposit Matinee, 2:30. When a dame like this one snares a man some wife has fallen down on her job! UPPER GINGER ROGERS • WARREN WILLIAM Also Musical School of Romance —and— Pugs and Kisses Wednesday, Thursday, Friday May 9-10-11 28'/6, and Spirit Lake fourth with 25. EmmetBhurp; also competed. Algona won first in four of 15 events. Cret/nieyer was local high point man In the meet, winning in the 100-yd. dash, the 220-yd. run, and the broad jump. Algona's team in the mile relay also won first. Cretzmeyer's time in the 100-ytl. dash was 10.2 seconds; In the 220- yd. run, 24.6 seconds; and his distance in the broad jump watt 1!) feet 7% inches. The time of the mile relay team was three minutes and 54 seconds. The team consists of Uruns, Dick Post, and Shackelford, and Sarchett. Algona also won two second places, two third places, and five fourth places. Sarchett won second in the -MO- yd. run, and Shackelford second in the 880-yd. run. Third place was won by Devine in the mile run, and the half mile relay team won third. Fourths wore won by Bruns in the 440-yd. run; Devine in the half mile; Bruns in the javelin throw; Cret/meycr in the shotput; and Sigsbec in the pole vault. Three Estherville men tied for first in the pole vault at a height of ]0 feet three inches. Men running for Algona in the half mile relay were McCullough, Sands, Sarchett, and Cretzmeyer. Only one course record was tied, the 220-yd, low hurdles in .27 by McAndrews, Estherville. Local trackmen will not compete in Drake relays this week-end. Cretzmeyer has a boil, and Guderian has the chicken pox. Whether the North Central Six conference moot will bo held here on Saturday, May 5, will be settled .his week. The meet was held here .wo years ago, but went to Hamp- Lon last year. Algona is primed for the meet, for the locals have won the cup twice, and if they win again they will obtain permanent possession. NO SITE YET FOR NEW LIQUOR SHOP No decision on location of the proposed state liquor store iu Algona nor concerning the manager, has yet been made. Two sites have in the Kohl- building, the PAGE l)r. II. M. Olson spent the weekend at Hampton, guest of a sisler. Lorotta Howie spent the weekend with friends at Ames. The Rnv. and Mrs, P. J. Braner worn Mason City callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Haggard are expected homo from Texas tomorrow. The Victor Youngs, Mason City, spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. II. lj. McCorklc. !-•• Af. Oliristenscn, spent Tuesday at the Bros, store here. Kstherville, Christensen Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders spent Sunday at Kstherville, guests* the Gene Kcplers. Mr. and Mrs. J of J Aalfs, Akron, spent the week-end with their son, C. 'N. Aalfs, and ilii.s wife. Betty Backus returned Sunday from Duhurjuo, where she had spent a week with an aunt. Harriott Thurston, of Virginia, Minn., teaching at Akron, spent the week-end at M. P. Haggard's. Mrs. Arthur Hamilton, Fort Dodge, and her son Kermit spent Sunday with the George Pecks. W. Scott Hanna, and his sister Consiiolo, Lu Verne, spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. ,J. 0. F. Price. Charles W. Humphrey, Charles City attorney, was a Sunday visitor al. liis sisler Mrs. Wm. C. Stecle's. Hoyt Raney, senior in veterinary medicine at Iowa State college, Ames, spent the week-end at home. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit spent Sunday at Emmotsburg with the lattcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Coonan. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Holtcamp are parents of a girl, born at the Kossuth hospital last week he stale dental association at Cc- lar Rapids this week-end. Dr. B. f . Dewel, Evanslon, 111., orthodou- ist, will also atlend. Mrs. L. W. Fox has been sick ilnce last week Wednesday with an nfeclion in Ihe throat. Her little ion had just recovered from the lame infection. Mrs. Harold Pat- crson is caring for Mrs. Fox. Mrs. Joseph Bloom and her son lichard returned Sunday from St. \-uiI, where they had spent a nontli with the former's parents, Ir. and Mrs. J. S. Melancd. Mr. Bloom met them at Mason City. Mrs. Clarence Peterson, Gold- leld, and her daughter Janice went wme Saturday, after a week with he former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shackelford. Mrs. Peterson s the former Naomi Shackelford. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Talbot, Sioux Falls, spent the week-end with the atter's cousin, Jos. Misbach. They Drought Kathryn Misbach from Alvord, where she teaches, and Leighton Misbach took her back Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Walker left Saturday morning by automobile 'or Cedar Rapids for a week with their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Messenger, after which they will go to Chicago for two weeks with their son Philip. Last week's Britt News-Tribune noted that Mrs. Helen Hoover, Al- Wednesday. Catherine Burns, West Union, been approved, one haas Bros, garage lr.lt,. SAMUEL OOLDWYN producrion of >.. "NAN A" 'UNHID AI1HH l^l_fA l^» f*^ HALLIGAN'S PURE QUILL COFFEE 1-lb. Vacuum Packed Glass Pantry Jars .. 35c I ia large fancy glass jars, 3 Ibs. for $1.00 I pound contains 1 coupon, 10 returned gives you I 1 pound FREE. W jars returned gives you 1 pound FREE. [Quill "extra fancy" green tea, packed in Japan, Wlb. pkgs 80c I Quill regular green Japan tea, 1-2 Ib. pkg.__20c HttUeu" Peanut Butter in glass jars or bulk is the Ibest ever. Pave fancy and best quality crackers and cook- lies and also cheaper ones, •fash fruits and fresh vegetables—step in at JARRE'S 290or 291 and use oar own free delivery sys- other the N. C. Rice former garage building second door north of the Call theater. It has been reported that the Naudain building on east State street has been dropped because o its proximity to the Methodis church in the same block, also because the back door opens on the same alley as the church. The law does not prohibit loca tion because of such a fact, bu the state commission representa tive, when he was here, said planp were to follow an old mulct lav which prevented a liquor dispens ary within 300 feet of a church o school. Either the Kohlhaas building o the nice building will have to be remodeled, it is understood, if selected. The Kohlhaas site is the north half of the building, the part now used for storage of cars. A liquor store requires a large building, for it is planned to keep ison. The last three had won prizes in previous Scrappy contests, which arc a weekly feature at the theater. Mrs. Durt Harwood, Jr., Clarion, came last Thursday to visit Mrs. Henry Becker and other friends : here till Monday. Mr. Harwood, who has been .sick with elephantiasis since before they left Ihere in 1930, has been a little better since January 1 and is now able to sit up occasionally. His father is publisher of the Wright County Monitor at Clarion. A letter from the Rev. Denninghoff, former pastor been and her little daughter there to visit relatives had and spent Sunday at the home of her brother J. D. Burns. She is a eauty operator. Ruth Jones and Adelaide Ranall, Ledyard teachers, spent the eek-end with the former's sister Irs. E. A. Genrich. Veronica and Naomi Kenefick, of agio Grove, spent Sunday with the Dr. John N. Kenefieks. They are isters of the doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Tobin, /inton, and her daughter Mary /irginia spent the week-end with he A. A. Lyons family. A. L. Peterson told the Rotarians -iome of his experiences in and im- iressions of California at the club's loon luncheon Monday. George Elbert went to Spencer Monday and brought back a Dodge coupe, which was delivered to John Jurgensen, Algona. W. J. Payne and his daughter Eleanor spent Sunday and Monday at Des Moines, attending a Register & Tribune sales meeting. Margaret Vigars, Margaret Ha- begar, Ella Zumach, and Esther Dearchs, students at the I. S. T. C., spent the week-end at home. Dr. L. W. Fox returned Sunday from visits at Chicago and with his help Dr. B. P. Denney, long a Britt physician and surgeon, get settled in new offices. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick and their son Michael will spend Saturday and Sunday at Eagle Grove, guests of the doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Kenefick, who will celebrate their 41st wedding anniversary Sunday. Eugene Murtagh, M. H. Falken- hainer, and Forrest Twogood returned Sunday from Cincinnatti, where Messrs. Murtagh and Falk- enhainer attended to business matters connected with the Druggists Mutual and Mr. Twogood visited colleagues on the Toledo baseball team. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorensen and C. 0. Doll spent Sunday with the latter's family at Des Moines. Mr. Doll, a salesman for the Taft company, lives with Mr. and Mrs. Louis of the Emmetsburg and Algona Episcopal churches, was published in last week's Emmetsburg Democrat. He is now at Miami, Okla., and he said a flower show was planned here and he wanted copies of the Democrat concerning a Congregational flower show once held at Emmetsburg. He added that he was pleased with his new home and work. Mary Kain, R. N., began work at the Dr. M. G. Bourne offices Monday. She is the daughter of Mrs. John Kain, Plum Creek township, and was graduated from St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn., a year or two ago, since which she had been doing private nursing. She is to be distinguished from her aunt of the same name who is also a registered nurse. Friends of Mabel Olson, who is attending Drake university, Des Moines, will be interested to learn that she has been selected by Mayo Williams, Ottumwa, to go as guest with his 800 piece band to the Catalina Islands for the summer from July 29 to August 16. Mr. Worfel, bandmaster at Drake, and his wife were also asked to go as guests. Mabel, who is the sister of Dr. H. M. Olson, Algona dentist, is majoring in commerce and finance. In the letter to E. J. Murtagh reported last week in which James ial feature will be a free movie in colors at the Botsford offices which it will be worth anyone's time to drop in and see. Housewives who want to know how to get best results from paints for furniture are invited to call. The first four chairs or other small pieces of furniture taken to the office will be refinished free in colors chosen by the owners. An advertisement in today's Advance includes a coupon which with lOc entitles anyone to a quarter-pint can of 4-hour enamel in any color. * Kossuth Rebekahs Hold Annual Meet at Burt April 16 Burt, Apr. 24—Some 55 persons 1 attended the 27th annual Rebekah convention of the 65th (Kossutlh) district of Iowa at the I. 0. O. F. hall here last week Monday afternoon and evening. Delegates from Algona and Wesley lodges weret here. Tlhe afternoon meeting was devoted to exemplifying .Rebekah work and a business session. Mrs. Paul MacAuley, 'Burt, won a cup for giving the secret work most nearly perfectly. The evening .program included solos by Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, degree Work 'by 'the Burt lodge, and an address by the president of Uhe Rebekah Assembly, Mrs. Rosa M. U. Heninger, of Sigourney. Lunch was served 'by the Burt lodge. The Presbyterian ladies will have a Bake Sale at the Nelson Hardware Saturday afternoon. Free coffee and cookies will be served. MRS. F, L. TRIBON will sell the furniture of the late Mrs. Rebecca McDonald at her home at 41G E. Call Friday, April 27, 9 a. in. Everything must be sold. MRS. F. L. TEIBON parents at Mt. Carroll/Ill. He had been gone since last Thursday. Lamont, baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Wellendorf, broke his right collarbone in a fall out of bed last week Wednesday night. Dorothy Kline, Austin, Minn., and Margaret Shellmyer, West Bend spent the week-end with theii cousins, Marian and Gladys Rising 0. E. Schaal, Corwith Methodis' pastor, was here Monday to consul Dist. Supt. Muhleman, and was Mr Mulileman's Rotary luncheon guest Herman Dau, north of towi armor, was in town Monday morn ng, buying nails, etc., for a nev double garage which he was build supplies for each store. a large territory in Item, Used Cars assortment we have had for a long time. Coach $235 .$265 .$175 so ft few cheap cars from $15 to $110 I'dlt T 'osevpit 'o j 192 6 Chevrolet Coach K Coupe 1926 Nash Coupe I 8° the car you want at the price you want l_ to pay. NT MOTOR CO. AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa No indication of,the lime the local store will open was given out by the men who were here recently, but it is believed that it will be late in May or June before the opening takes place. ACADEMY PUPILS TO GIVEJROGRAM A program consisting of three one-act plays, music, songs, and dances will be presented by the junior, sophomore, and freshman classes, and grades 7 and 8 of St. Cecelia's academy next Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the academy. The program follows: One- act comedy, Not on the Program by juniors—Margaret Nelson, Dorothy Weis, Ruth Payue, Clare Siepmann, John Frankl, Floyd Bode. Song, Spanish Guitar, Grades and 8, Spanish dance, Joan Godden and John Lee Holtzbauer; tai dance, Ruby Murtha. One-act comedy, You re Cuckoo, sophomores — Bernard Weaver, Marguerite Ostwinkle, Margaret Bliley, Leo Frankl, Wilma Kapp, Stanley Patterson. Song- Laugh a Little Bit, Grades 7 and 8; tap dance, Loren and Wilbur Courtney, and Albert Lich- ng. The Revs. C. Paul Carlson an\ English and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Geigel attended a Fort Dodge Pres esda anc iagle Grove, who has had this ter- itory for some time, has been sick 8 weeks. Last week's Burt Monitor report- d Mrs. Mayme Hofius, former lorth of Algona farm wife, in criti- al condition as the result of Carlio-Vascular disturbance attended ay high blood pressure and other 5 ymptoms. She is the widow of the ate J. F. Hofius. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mathes, Mrs. H. H. Hauberg, and Mrs. R. W. Horigan spent last week Tuesday at Spencer, where Mr. and Mrs. Vlathes attended to business matters and Mrs. Horigan visited her Murray, Spring Lake, Itasca Co., Minn., told of the death of his brother Walter as the result of a fall from a railroad bridge, he further said that he (James) had worked all winter in a CWA crew in the Chippwa (sic) national forest. "Busniess hasn't picked up at the Fairbanks-Morse factory . . . We are having good weather here now (April 13), our two feet of snow having disappeared." Last week's Swea City Herald said that Mrs. D. L. Leffert visited her mother, Mrs. Olof Anderson, a week ago Monday, while Mr. Leffert was doing some surveying for Senator Patterson on the former Chubb section, which the latter now owns. Part of the land is being tiled. Mr. Patterson will pasture a herd of beef cattle on the place this year. Of Mrs. Anderson the Herald said: "Mrs. Anderson, who will be 91 this summer, is unusually active for her age and continues to take an alert interest in what is going on about her." The following mention is taken from last week's Spencer Reporter: "Mrs. W. H. Lewis, of south Main street, Spencer, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Neville, of KITCHEN MAID—ALL PORCELAIN Easy to Clean—Long Life - r ' f ,1 Coal Ranges $67.50 to $89.50 TERMS See Them BJUSTROM'S For Greater Values msband, who Is shoe store there. employed in a The Lusby drugstore is conduct- ng a special spring sale of enamels, varnishes, paints, floor wax, etc., and is giving away a 44-page illustrated booklet 1 on interior decoration. An advertisement in today's Advance includes a coupon which with 12c entitles anyone to a can of enameloid. Four Algona girls, all A. H. S. jytery at Jefferson Tuesday an Wednesday. Mrs. M. J. Quinn returned Saturday from Hull, where she spent the winter with a brother. She will be matron at the Country club club- louse again this summer. The Corwith Hustler last week gave the names of 32 Corwith Masons who attended "past masters' night" at the Masonic Temple here a week ago Friday night. The Presbyterian women will serve coffee and cookies free at the Nelson hardware all day Saturday. They will also have a line of home-baked foods for sale Angle Peterson, Des ispent the week-end ter. One-act farce, A Bargain's a Bar- Capesius, gain, freshmen—Evelyn Thelrna Aman, William Barry, Charles Beardsley, Jeanne Devine, John Daughan. St. Cecelia's orchestra will furnish music, Eighth Graders to Write Tests Again Next week Thursday and Friday eighth grade children m the rural schools will write the second series of county examinations. The first was written in January. Nearly 275 pupils throughout the county will write, and some 125 ivm come to Algona for the purpose. The rest will write the examinations at the same points as tne> wrote *be first test in January. Results will determine what will be graduated from th grade and be eligible to en school. •Moines;, with June AdeTAmian. 'The girls were classmates at the Des Moines school of beauty culture last winter. Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. F. Price went to Fort Dodge this morning to attend a meeting of the (North. Cen- ral Iowa Veterinary Medical association at the Hotel Warden. The Jos. Bloom Coast to Coast Store is now in its new location in the Stehle building next west of the Silver Grey Cafe. The interior and the front were repainted. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James took their daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nashy, to Fort Dodge yesterday, and she took train thence for her home at Omaha She had been here two weeks M P. Christiansen is getting the better of a carbuncle which developed recently on the back or iis neck and for a time kept him at home. He still has a stiff neck. j F Granzow has been reelected o teach music in the Corwith schools. Next year will be his third year. He teaches band music and goes to Corwith every Thurs- a Mr and Mrs. George Elbert, the atter's mother, Mrs. H. C. Barnes Mrs Cidney Laird, and Elmer Dole spent Saturday at Des Moines and Mr Elbert and Mr. Dole attended a pupils week Thursday afternoon at o'clock. graduates, teach Plum Creek township schools, and meet every morning at the postoffice to drive out together. They are: Eunice Bowman, Dist. No. 2; Mabel Bowman, No. 4; Irene Devine, No. 5; Dorothy McNeill, No. 9. Miss Devine furnishes the car and does the driving. L. E. Linnan and L. J. Nelson spent Sunday at Rochester with F. H. Oberman, who underwent a gallstone operation one day last week. tfr. Oberman, who now represents the Metropolitan Life Insurance company at Galesburg, Neb., represented the company in this territory till last spring. He expects to ;o home in two weeks. Donald Hutchison spent the week-end with Mrs. Hutchison and the two daughters, who are with Mrs. Hutchison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulz, Cedar Rapids, Joan, the eider daughter, 5, had a tonsillectomy there Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Schulz will accompany their daughter to Algona this week-end for a week here. Seven Algona children won free tickets in the Scrappy cartoon coloring contest conducted by the Call Jtllieater Saturday: Wilma Shum•Merna Zeigler, Dick Strayer, and Fern John- Algona, who was a guest at the Lewis home, went to Algona last' Friday afternoon, where Mrs. Lewis is remaining with 'the Neville children, while Mr. and Mrs. Neville are in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Neville left last week-end for Joplin, Mo., where Mr. Neville is attending a national coursing meeting. From Joplin they go to Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. Neville will enter the Thornton and Minor clinic for examination." This is the paint-up season, and Algona firms are offering inducements to buyers. The Botsford Lumber Co. will have a Devoe demonstrator here tomorrow and Saturday who will give instructions on paints and the use of color. A spec- New Permanent WAVES Have you been, wanting a croquignole or push-up wave, but; because your hair is long or too fine your waver hesitates tq give you one. We have the new Helicone spiral push-up that will curl either; long or short hair regardless of its texture. This is the first improvement in a spiral mold in seven yeara and enables us to give you a combination wave with lots of curly ends that will blend perfectly with eroqulgnole. SPECIAL PBICES ON CEOQUIGNOLE WAVES We specialize in genuine Eugene Zatos Realistic and Helicone waves. Helena Rubenstein Cosmetic Specials. $1.00 powder, $1.00 rouge, Special — fJ'W $1.00 Beauty Grains, $1.00 Cleansing Cream, Special *l.W Marigold Beauty and Cosmetic Shoppe PHONE 808 way, Marion and ,Boyd Granzow, Pauline Moore, CLOSING OUT! 35c bottle of extract free with each $1.00 sale of Rawlelgh products. — Chas. R. Miller, 309 West State St., Algona. DOM f andMr: E. C. McMahon returned Monday night from Omaha, where they bad been since Sunday, attending to business matters and visiting Mrs. McMahon's sister, 'GeS^lbert took her mother, Mrs. H. C. Barnes to the "atter's home at Rolfe Saturday, after she had visited here since fast week Wednesday. Mrs. Elbert returned Sunday. Mrs. James Biggins Fort Dodge, Nearly everyone stops at— Hotel KSRKWODD sMoines QUALITY, VALUE—ABOVE ALL, YOUR SATISFACTION Triple Heel Triple Toe Sat/ good bye to the darning basket • Wilson Brothers 9 "BUFFER" HOSE for men are triply reinforced at the points of greatest wear Where the toe grinds—where the heel rubs—there's where your sox take the worst punishment—there's where ordinary sox wear out first. Not these sox . . they have a close-knit triple reinforcement at just those two points—a unique feature that gives them miles and miles of extra wear—and does away with those hours and hours of darning drudgery .; Buffer hose of pure thread silk— > 'i'^j-;; a very special value at 50c S See the demonstrator machine in our window; it "walks" 90 steps a minute, 60 miles a day—gives Buffer hose tbe same test that you give it in actual wear Steele's "A Room and both for two ond « h«lf

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