Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1934
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1934 Wesley, whose husband lain Olio Kunz. Mrs. A. A. for IO..VOH tonight tl'ojnillman, O f tl ,e Blue Earth Post 1 IK; Kev. jind MI-H. M. A. <-"••- PAGB PTVfl Louisville, Ky., for a week with her diuiKhl.nr, Mrs. Warren trand loft Monday for Dayton to ..."'•ffiS: spent » the week-end at Mountain Lake, irsss* Vernei Magnus «' > spent I college students ; ' Mr ;, A joSep?Fraser, near parents of a boy, born hurdi fended a at Burt 'Sunday visit with Mrs. Fox's sister, Ralph Greenwood, the former Nell Dan son. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Essor, of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kut.scbn.ra and their daughter, Mrs. 0. M. AimmdHon, Clear Lake, visited over the week-end at Frank attend a north Iowa dislricV Luti> -- ( tit uM - (Ti'lll t'OIlfcVPlU'M son. |.,n route home she will visil relatives and friends at Chicago. iMi-M. Patterson is the former Kslh- and Air. 1',-iU.ersoii is CIM- social work. Tlie .1. II. Johnstons have ; nothing more concerning I- student Cedar spent lirenwi lei". Sunday with his Mr. and Mrs. Ellis i H. Goeders spent ih, and Mr. Goed- ied a" fish an d K amc com " Furl, Algona, under- rfonsillectomy and removal Js at tihe General hospi- '• Tcrawfords, Minneapo- ; ed from Friday till Monday jn, Crawford's parents, Mi. L p. L. Miller. C Schaap went to Sheldon morning and returned that parents' car, which he Winkel's. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon, E. J. McEvoy, and L. A. Winkcl returned Tuesday from Cedar Hap- ids, where they had attended a convention of the Knights of Columbus since Sunday. Dr. F. L. Trlbon has been at Mountain, Wis., since a week ago Sunday, visiting his daughter Dorothy and looking after landed interests there. He will be gone several more weeks. Alfred Wagner, mac'lianic at the* Kohl'haas garage, took his Bister Esther to Mason City (Sunday to catch a train for Chicago. She is a registered nurse employed at t!hc •Michael Ilees 'hospital. Elsie Specht, teaching at Sprlng- ville, is expected home Saturday 'or ten days before going to Cedar Tails to attend summer school at he I. S. T. C. She will return to Sprlngville next fall. i i ployed in Mr. and Mrs. U. .lohndreau and the latter's mother, Mrs o "">•!<!, all of Minneapolis, c Saturday to visit Mrs. Nellie Mahon. Mrs. ])oy| (! remained for an exlended visil, and the others weiil hack Sunday. Mrs. Doyle is an old friend of Mrs. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs, parents of a, so Innlally shot himself and it is taken for is recovering. expected here yesterday for three weeks with County Supt. and Mrs. William Shirley. Doctor Shirley has been in a psychopathic hospital at the state university at Iowa heard jf'Hy, and will begin his third year July I. The couple comes here from Chicago and Pana, 111., where (hey visited relatives. Mrs. Shirley's parents live at Pana. They were in On receipt) Illinois a week, and will spend the their who week granted p .. IT T-S u iV'^^IJfL.lllllliJID <L W (;UIS , .01 tun news Mr. Johnston drove to remainder of a I'ns Monies, but the hospital au- illionl.ins were at that, time letting 1 | no one see the youngster. Jos. Co.sRrovf! lias been seriously «lcl< for several days with eompli- cations of nervous disorders that recently resulted in partial paraly- month's vacation present Foster and R. E. Kain homes here. Mr. Wallace has been landscape architect for the Forest Lawn cemetery many years. The Wallaces will also visit relatives in Wisconsin. Mrs. Alfred Norman got 'home a week ago Sunday from Manilla, where she had spent three months with her daughter, Mrs. Jos. While. Mrs. White, her brother-in- law, .lames White, and '.lis son •brought Mrs. Norman 'home. Joe, . (or a few weeks. Lid Mrs. Jos. Bloom and liile'son "Richard returned , torn a few days with Mrs -j-parents at St. Paul. ttte Goeders, of the ready„ department of the Goeders fis taking a week's vacation, rs Shock is substituting. iMatheis and his sister [of Big Stone City, : Thursday for S. D., ar- a week heir mother, Mrs. P. J. Orel- lie Arndorfer, St. Benedict, is irith her brother, Julian J >r, while she is receiving jnt for an infection in one f fingers.' i. Robert Larson entertained Gerald clH-r, who is manager of the tele-, 1, is daughter imone •'xchiinge, circulated a box! Laird, Sioux ot (j. k D. Special cigars in honor of the occasion at. Monday's Kotary luncheon. Margaret Drown iy at | ; is of I he Iliroal. >He 'lia s not ilarming Monday Mrs. was sent II. Mrs. r. c. Smith, Hurt, who with her husband spent most of the, winter in California, where they I White, now of DCS Moincs, once of '""" ""-•"-- is a former II. and is the son M. fore- Tom J. Mrs. Lainl arrived the sanu WHliain Doolev, Wu-t Wis., Rend, James Phillips and from Aububon, where she spent a week with Gertrude Morrow, former Algona girl. Margaret rode aft jar as Grinnell wil.'ii the Harring- tons two weeks ago, and spent the. week-end with her chum, Arba Dee Long, leaving thnre the following Tuesday for Aubuhon. Laura Mitchell, stclhi Mao Broen, and Irene Voight wont td Osage Sunday to attend a \Vatan-j yo association?!! convention Monday and Tuesday. Laura is assis- Catherine Welch, Milwaukee, left for ho-.ne Sunday, after a week- with William's parents, Mr. a weekend , and Mrs. J. ,J. Uooley. William in head engineer and designer for the Pick Manufacturing company, West Bend, and Mr. Phillips is a Marciuette college friend of William. Oran O'Keofo, former recently sold .Id E. Hartshorn, new west UlTlt Clt -y clcrk > Stella Mae is J. L. street Standard Oil manager, B °nar'.s office K irl, and Irene is a to Des Moines Sunday and c ' ( l!' lc In County Auditor liutier's D tables of bridge Friday af- >n. The high scores were won i, H. L. Hoenk and Mrs. Mare Kenefick. Mrs. R. 3 Vincent left s Mines and Guthrie Center visit relatives Mrs. 0. lei, Mr. Vincent's sister, ac- I them. s Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse {fanning a month's vacation (liter in the season, and may te Mexico, where a sister . Hulse resides. State street drove )roughl up Mrs. Hartshorn, who is ceeping house for her father there. She will be here a week. The T. T. Herbsts spent Sunday fishing at Uhe Okobojis. Kabhryn 'Misbach returns today from Alvord, where she has been teaching in 'high scool. She will go hack to Alvord next fall Editor and Mrs. Lee 0. Wolfe, Titonka, were in circulation on State street Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wolfe writes one of the best soci- sty columns in this part of the state for her husband's Titonka Topic. Mrs. H. H. Howe, Lake Park, has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. V. Coffin, two weeks, and She stayed with the Coffin; children last week while Mrs. Coffin was -at Des Moines attending a P T. A. convention.. Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and her son Harry came home yesterday from Mason City, where they had spent a week with Mrs. McCorkle's sister, Mrs. Victor Young. Mr. Young, who is a Standard Oil salesman, brought them back. Mrs. Lura 'Sanders attended a meeting of the nortlh central district state library association at Forest City last Thursday and spoke on High Lights of the International Library Convention at Chicago .last October. Mrs. Viola Bishop completed a ear's school work at Lone Rock 'riday. She spent the week-end with friends in Fort Dodge. She ivill teach in junior high at Lu office. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Cox are moving to North wood today. Mr. Cox, who is employed by the N. W. Bell Telephone Co., has boon promoted to a position there. They had made their home during a several months stay here at Mrs. Win. K. Ferguson's. A Mr. Link replaces Mr. Cox here. Opal Cronin is expected homo Algona a shop was calling on friends week Wednesday. At present ho is serving as circulation manager in thn North End for Lakota's new tabloid daily. His wife still operates a gas station at the No. a 'intersection north of Lakota, and the couple talk of building a home there. The 'filbert families had a picnic at Lost Island lake, nortb of Iluthven Sunday HI honor of t'he birthday of Louis Elbort, Emmetsburg. Attending were the Ralph and George, James, and Earl Elbert families, also Leo Walters, Richard Vaughn, and Minnie El- picnic lunc'h was eatem have two sons, was an Algona visitor Tuesday and delivered a greeting card from K. J. McAulay, Los Angoles, which he sent to W. C. Dowel in her care. Oldtimers at Hurt will recall Mr. McAulay as Presbyterian pastor there 32 years ago. lie is now out of the minis- ry and it is believed servos as a manual training supervisor in number of Los Angeles schools. Albert J. Kruck, Sioux City, who travels in his territory for the the Whiltemore Champion, 'has been suffering from ulcers of the) 'nlomuch and sinus trouble, and has not been able to edit 'his paper, the Manilla Times, during the hi.st several weeks or months. Mr. and Mrs. R E. Kain, daughter Alice, and Mrs. Thos. Kain returned Sunday from DeKalb, a |Ill., where Wiey visited relatives and old friends. Alice was initiated into t'be Pi Kappa Delta national honorary forensic frater- Leighton Supply Co., Fort Dodge, Tiity while she was there. She had goods, is desirous of finding modern home for rent in Algona. At present he headquarters at the been prominent in forensic activ- during iher attendance at the a Noriliein Illinois Teachers college, 'from which she wias graduated last June, and she wa.s one of a T-I i i T . i T» - . i Jt ^.J'' uw*i^, uiivi ,-iiis *v aci uuc \JL tli Dehnert hotel. He is married, and | class o£ i n i tiatcs wh i oh included has three children, daughters 15 and 8, and a son, 12. He owns a ho7ne at. Sioux City and might leave his household goods there if has just been installed bo can find a furnished house here, but an unfurnished house will do. E. P. Hanson, who operates a 40- acro dairy farm at the southeast edge of Titonka, was an Algona visitor Tuesday. He is a son of Rasmus Hanson, farmer, and has retired Titonka lived there 38 early next week to spend the sum-! i, nr f ,\ . ., . _-. l-mr I tJl-1 I*. f\. jj.v,m t, llAlltjll WCV£> t«.l^l»J mer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ancl Viu . ious nlembers o£ the party Bert ( rornn. Slip cmnnlntorl n vnnr i..:_.i .!.„:.. \ i . *-\ • Bert Cronin. She completed a year of teaching in the Elmhurst, 111., tried their luck at fishing. Alberta Groseubach, who has years. His wife Evelyn is a daughter of the William Rikes, and they have three children, a boy who was graduated from the Titonka high school a year ago, a girl in the fourth grade, and a boy of 2%. Mr. Hanson is clerk of Buffalo township and secretary of the Titonka creamery. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wallace, Hollywood, Calif., arrived Saturday for schools Friday, and is visiting • heen teaching a Kossuth rural' several weeks with: the latter's sis- Wellendorf returned i Tuesday night, after to |8ince last Thursday at her r Lloyd's. She is a wait?ess lie in the city. 'i Bishop, who teaches the | and fourth grades and an op- room at Eagle Grove, with her parents, Mr. firs. A. A. Bishop. [White, Portland township went to Rochester Friday ter the hospital for ten days servation. Mr. White has been [health a long time. and Mrs. Henry Wegener !d services at the Lutheran Fariville, Sunday in which (tie Jdhnson, their ««, was confirmed, grand- H. Falkenhaincr, Walter Lor- 10- W. Stillman, «. M. Smith "W P, French spent Saturday |»ay at the Okobojis. They at the Falkenhainer & W. P. French and her son returned Sunday from Ruth- where they had 'been since jay. visiting Mrs, French's •Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feld• N, C. Rico an( i her parents to- L. B, Middleton 'Ve, left for Cheyenne .Saturday for a few weeks•^ Rices,brother, Earl Mid '• L. w. Fox and their Monday from Sidney went last Thursday to friends at Lake Mills, Mich., this week. She will return to Elmhurst next September. •Mr. Mrs. F. E. SaundcnJ school, will go to her new home at! tcr ' Mrs - Wm - K - Ferguson, and Grinnell early next week. She has' other local relatives. Mrs. Wallace /erne next year. Her plans for he summer are not definite. Zora Keith, Mrs. Waler Iddh- .er, and Mrs, Julian Arndorfer at- .ended a Mercy hospital, Mason 3ity, alumni .banquet at the Hotel Hanford last Thursday night. The •hree are graduates of the hospital's nurses' training school C. N. Aalfs. H. B. White, Carl Pearson, Casey Loss, Charlies Dahlhauser, and Editor 'R. 'L. Burdine, Whittemore, spent Saturday and Sunday fishing at 'Spirit Lake. They caught enough to eat, but no more, and there were no "big ones." Algona grocery stores will be closed all day next Wednesday in observance of Memorial day. They will not be open Tuesday night, nor will they open Wednesday morning. Barber shops will also je closed, but they will be open Tuesday night. Doctor Peters was down from Burt Tuesday and said he was figuring on attending a reunion June 8 at Chicago of his Rush Medical college class of 1894. His roommate lives in Chicago and has sent him and Mrs. Peters an urgent invitation to come. Mr. and Mrs. W A. White returned yesterday from Des Moinee, where t'hey had spent several days* with the Rev. and Mrs. C. Max " the sort spent Saturday and Sunday at Des Moines, guests of Mr. Saunders' brother, K. 0. Saunders manager of an A & P store. The latter and his wife were expected yesterday for an overnight stop here, en route to northern Minnesota for a week's fishing. They will also visit here on t'he way home. A good-sized audience filled the auditorium of the high school Friday evening for the annual style show of the home economics classes and a display of the work of the boys manual training classes. The style show was followed on the stage by a demonstration of the girls gymnasium classes. Mrs. Hollis Trainer, Burt, was taken home Saturday by ambulance. S'he was in the Kossuth -hospital nearly two weeks, following am operation for mastoiditis, and for a time she had pneumonia. Mrs. Fred Coon was taken by ambulance to the hospital last Thursday for medical treatment. Leona Krampe and Ruth Messenger, high school English teachers, and Ida Halpin, Gertrude Nelson, Ila Leffert, and Gertrude Long drove to Mt. Vernon in the latter's car Saturday, returning Sunday. They attended a performance by Cornell players of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. Maude McBroom, superintendent of the elementary school at the state university, and Anna Pierce, superintendent of university elementary and high school music, spent Sunday and Monday here, guests of Miss McBroom's sister, Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Monday the two women visited the Algona schools. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Malian and their daughter Lynette returned Sunday nig'ht from Boone, where they had spent the day with Mrs. Mahan's father Nels Holm. Mrs. Mahan's sister, Emma Holm, a registered nurse from Clinton, met them at Boone and accompanied them here for a two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Peterson, Des Moines, and their son Eric, were Sunday guests of the A. Z. Slagles, been staying at F, L. Thorpe's since last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grosonbach, her parents, and her brother Arthur, of Grin- noil, spent Sunday with her. The Grosenbachs moved from a farm near Sexton to Grinnell last March 1st. was Rubie Smith before marriage, and Mr. Wallace is a son of the late Dugald Wallace, who farmed east of Algona and later built the 18 alumni and students at tlhi^l school and 18 from DePauw university, Chicago. The chapter at the Teachers' college. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Spongberg and their daughter Emma left last Thursday for two weeks with the son Vernon, his wife, and 5-year- old boy at Elkhorn, Wis., a town of some 2500 inhabitants 30 miles from Milwaukee. Vernon has for some years been employed in a musical instruments factory at Elkhorn. Mr. Spongberg's run as Milwaukee railway postal clerk is being taken by a substitute. The daughter Emma, who has taught primary three years at Stanley, a small town in Buchanan county, east of Waterloo, has contracted to teach next year at Fayette, Fayette. county, next north of Buchanan. Fayette is a town of some 1100 inhabitants where Upper Iowa university is located. Miss Spongberg was startled recently to learn from a dispatch in the Des Moines Register that a town school building there had been burned down. Whites. The latter and the Donald also attended a family picnic at 'Perry. Zora Keith began work at Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer's office Monday morning, succeeding 'Lucille Kunz, who ihas gone to her home at Wesley for a few weeks. Lucille is the daughter of Mrs. Ann Kunz, of Union township. Mr. Peterson is editor of Better Homes & Garand he and Mr. Slagle were ,___.;sterB together in Union township. The Slagles also had as guests Minnie J. Coate and Lucia Wallace. The Dewel cottage at Clear Lake has been rented for June and July Parties from Grinnell have the Luaby cottage, and the woman Mrs. W. C. Good was dismissed from the Kossuth hospital yesterday, after a week with a severe attack of streptococcus infection in the throat. Mrs. Claire Winkie was taken to the hospital with a similar nfection last Thursday evening, and is still there. There have been a number of less severe attacks of throat infection in town, perhaps traceable to irritation from the frequent dust storms. G. B. Ma/lone, Colorado Springs, Colo,, ancl his son Merrill arriv-i eel recently on business. Mrs. Malone, who toad 'been at Lexing- 'on, Ky., with her daughter, Mrs. Frances McGruder, since the latter had a major operation some weeks ago, got home last week. The G. B. Turners are reported well, and "Jerry" is now in the employ of the J. C. Penny corn- pay at Colorado Springs Mis. Harold Brown, Des Moines, came Friday for a few weeks with •her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bonnstetter. Mr. Bonnsteter, who has heart trouble, has been confined to -bed two weeks. Mrs. Brown is the former Burnetta Bonnstetter. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bonnstetter, Cibolo, Tex., left for home Monday, after a week with the Doctor's parents. Antoinette Bonnstetter i^ caring for her father. Julia A. Robinson, executive secretary and director of library ex- ;ension for the state library commission, and a Miss Netihercutt president of toe state library association, visited the Algona public library last week Wednesday afternoon and discussed library management with the local board The local library was congratula ted on its condition, especially up on the fine quality of non-fiction works listed here. For a considerable time the Des Moines Sunday Register ran many societj lookin CALL THEATRE WIDE R A NO is a daughter former Editor pictures of brides in its section. Newspaper men on anticipated that the Registe would in time find that it was be ing deluged with more picture than it could use, and that seem to be what happened, for of lat few have been printed and corres pondents have been notified tha only an occasional picture will b accepted. Dr. and Mrs. Hale Shirley wer Portis Straws one of America's style leaders * Smart • New SOUS Ekcfnc SYSTEM Ice, air, water, Sanitor combined lakes our theatre. Northwest Iowa's Summer Re- ort. A boon to hay ents. fever pa- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday May 28, 24 and 25 Matinees each day, 2:30, 30c. Program approved by General federation of Woman's Clubs. DE MILLE'S MUSICAL "PAGLIACCI" Opera on the screen in a new ray. Our Western Electric Wide lange Sound will give you a thrill. New News—Chicago Fire Scenes. CHICK SALE—"Little Feller" GEO. AKLISS in "The House of Bothchild" Daily matinees 2:30, 30c. Night, 7:15, 9:15—10-30-40C. Saturday, May 2G DOUBLE FEATURE Both programs approved for family and Junior showings by General Federation of Woman's Clubs. BUCK JONES in "Man Trailer" Buck's love for his horse is an unspoken sermon on kindness to animals. And SPENCEE TEACY MADGE EVANS in "The Sliowoff New York City road show in pictures. It's a fun and thrill show. Serial—Scrappy. Recommended for the family by General Federation of Woman's Clubs. Sunday and Monday, May 27 and 28 NO. 4 — GUY LOMBAEDO AND NO. 1- BIG 4-WAY SHOW -COLOE COMIC, "The Little Bed Hen." NO. 2—TECHNICOLOB MUSICAL, Ted Wolf and Orchestra with Busby Berkeley's Gorgeous Girls in "Morroco Nights." NO. 3—NEW NEWS—Chicago fire. EOYAL CANADIANS with Geo. Burns and Grade Allen in "Many Happy Eeturns." Watch "Gracie" turn her father's radio broadcasting station into a bird store. Veloz and Yolanda in fancy ballroom dancing. | ,50 0 .00 •Panamas •Sennits *Leghorns •Toyos •Bangoras Steele's Bvv Loc ation, accnm from Iowa State Bank Algona • Iowa ummertzing The newest of the New Knits Slightly formal and correctly styled for sports— There's a simplicity to the new knits that makes them, perfect for any occasion. We can show you only one of the styles here. However, there are many additional styles to choose from—white, tea rose, lettuce, lemon, and celery. 5.95 and 7.95 The new Linen Suits \) / Cool clever clothe*. with lots of character. .'. • jj- You're a very important personage and your clothes should prove it. These are character clothes. Smart styles and quality. . .,. ., Tuesday, May 29 BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT Mae Tinee, Chicago Tribune, Monday May 21, says: Don't miss his one—it's fine. FAY M'BAY RALPH BELLAMY in "Once to Every Woman" Wednesday, May 80 Decoration Day Matinee 1, 3, 5. Night 7:15, 9:15. 7 reels of chuckles, laughs, roars. ALINE McMAHON ALLEN JENKINS HUGH HERBERT GUY K1BBEE I—Great Comedy Kings—1 MEET THE WORLD'* FUNNIE1T FAMILY! Thursday and Fri., May 31, June 1 Fresh crisp waffle Weave Coats in white and chuck- leer checks t awa«Mi..r*-i . .1 Tailored and sporty, without being rustic, here are coats you can slip on over your dance frock, as well as over your street dress. Sizes 14 to 20. 5.95 and More MERRY You'll call it a 'rinks call it borne.

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