Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1934 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 28, 1934
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w-^' r P Specht and &' Me . retanied .J.R 1cow» n i.W lg lc hlEh school music f Col in" IB attending Mr ' -at Northwestern . Edward Boshell, "and Clyde Bostoell, Monday to visit at Glenn an attorney. CALS ucation in the fldioo>ls at Iowa City l>ast year, tout in the fall will go to Claremont, Oalif. to teach physical education at Script college, a school for ginla. •Mrs. R. F. Skiff, Fallon, Nev., came Saturday for a week with her niece, Mrs. D. P. 'Smith, and Saturday Mr .and Mra. Smith will take her to Iowa Faills, liner former home, to attend a. family reunion. Thence she will go to the World'st Fair, Chicago, and visit relatives at Elk'horn, Wis. •Editor H. B. Coleman, of the Lit Verne News, was an Algona visitor Monday morning. He was missed at ibhe editorial code meeting at Wiiittemore last Thursday night, land explained that he was all ready to go when he was taken; with, ft sudden illness and had to give up 'the trip. C. H. Lichty, hardware merchant at Lu Verne and pioneer there, and ittoe daughter who keeps^housei for taim were Algona visitors last Thursday. Mr. Lichty is now pretty well along in years', hut he still come here once or twice a year to renew acquaintance with the cronies of Iris prime. Mr. and Mra. David Singer, WelW, Minn., their two children, KOSSUTH COUNTY ATWANfffi ALGONA, IOWA hrng up Mrs. Gerald Hartshorn, wlio is keeping house for her fath- crlt.here. Mrs. J. W. Mansan, Minneapolis, srient Saturday with her daughter Mk M. (3. MoMahon. and Sunday Mr and Mrs. McMahon took her to O/;den, whore a sister who lives at Oinaha mot her and took her to Omaha for a visit. Harry Man Ran o, and lives with Mrs. .,,,, Rpfint sc veral weeks with the McMahons, went to Omaha with Ins mother, JH. H. Seimers, Ackley, was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. F Qver- rnyer last week Wednesday and Thursday. He taught science in the local schools some years ago, btlt for the last five years has been "" ..... " teaching in Indianapolis sclhools, Mr. Seimers will high PAGE FTVH minee, Wis., tihe latter's daughter iRuny, and Albert Maesey. Tihe BurmciFiters met mire Krafts at St. I'aul. D Wane Collins left Friday night for Evanston, 111., to attend a six weeks session of Northwestern university's summer school studying music. During his absence Evelyn Smith will direct the Al- sona high school band, and Woodrow Sarchett. will direct the Mallard band. Mr. Collins is a graduate of Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson spent the week-end at Des Moines, guests of the C. B. Murtaghs. The Petersons' grandson, Mel Peterson Jr., is with the Murtaghs during Mrs. through the west"and in" Canada r. cto r son>s . abscn ce in the east. The in the county, after it. Spongberg re- m <3ood Thun- where they had spent W with the C. E. Steb- Mr. Stebbins ; p..a,te manager I lumberyard there, a for- of a Mrs. Sam Bloom Bertha and Mrs. her daughters Samuel Garfira „,„„, once an Advance) rj&tt^ J£n employed in «ty I Ptrtlttd or Seattle. At he is spending a vacation j parents at Adhton. I Mrs. Max Bast, Jr., and 'the latter's husband, all of Mason City, were 'Sunday guestK of Mrs. Bloom's son, Jos. Bloom. Mr. and Mrs. Singer are uncle and aunt of Mr. Bloom. W. H. Godden took his father, J. H. Godden, Emmetsburg, to Iowa City last Thursday, and this week Tuesday the went an operation , Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. their Ernest Ix>uia tended a 25th anniversary ', no t the marriage o£ Mr. Richard Potratz Sunday me in Letts Creek. > Mlsbach and his sister _ „.we to Iowa City Mon- Ifience consulted a doctor [university hospital con- 1 Ms sinus trouble, while i visited friends. They were 1 home Tuesday or yester- lMrs,A. J, Wald, Wlnona, sity hospital. The elder Mrs. Godden went to Iowa City Sunday td stay witto Mr. Godden, and W. H. returned Monday night. C. E. Harris, St. Charles, 111., visited from Friday till Sunday with ils mother, Mrs. John Harris, Sex;on, and at the home of his brother Everett here. C. E. and his family were en route home from Sioux City, where they had visited Mrs. j her son James inday, after a visit went since [with Mrs. Wald's sister-in, L, S. Muckey. Valeria [ niece of Mrs. Wald, went j with the Walds for a ten j, J, Pool and her children i and Dick, went to Rock,, Sunday for a few weeks tormr's parents Mr. ant i T. Erickson. Mr. Pool of the local Botsfort , will join bis family i vacation. |nd Mrs, Theodore Zittritsch ', and their son Jerry spen , with local relatives , who is a son of the IZIttritsches, Is employed latter under- at the univer- Harris's parents. C. E. teaches in the schools at St. Charles. Mrs. William Dehnert spent Friday and Saturday at Mason City with her daughter, who is Mrs. Samuel Hedrick. Mrs. Hedrick's daughter Velma recently underwent an appendicitis operation and Is now at home, recuperating. She had been employed as waitress in the Soda Grill at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson, Humboldt, spent Monday with their son Merlin and his family here, and brought with them the Merlin' Johnson son Dick, 6, who lives with his grandparents. Dick is spending this week here. Ruth Lindhorst, Humboldt, is also spending this week with the Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright returned Friday from a week's vacation. They visited their daughter, wife of the Rev. R. A. Burows, Dallas Center, and their son Robert at Davenport, and also spent a few days in . a cabin at Clear Lake. Mr. Wright returned to his duties at the triis summer, Lumetta Mae Ileece, Elmore, was operated on last Thursday at the Kossuth hospital by Dr. John N. Kenefick for chronic appendicitis. She is a granddaughter of Mrs Chas. Sarchett, of Algona. P w Reece, sons Claude and Glen,' and granddaughters, Muriel and Kathleen Reece, were her to see tho patient Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. D, Paxson, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Keen, Mr. and Mrs, B. A. Thorpe, Mrs. S. A. Worster, 'find Mrs. Emily Spencer spent Sunday at the F. F. Barker cottage, Clear Lake. The Barkers, who live at Des Moines, are spending the summer at tihe lake. A pic- ilic at noon was followed by an afternoon of visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hilstead drove to Storm Lake Sunday for their daughters Patricia and Maxine, V^ho had gone there the previous Sunday with the Dr. L. D. Potters for a visit. Mr. Hilstead is manager of the Cummings store, and the Hilstead and Potter children were close friends when the Hil- rteads lived at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Vaux, Still- tnan Valley 111., are guests at tihe; home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson, and their young son is witti them. Mr. Vaux has been high school coach at Stillm-an Valley for the last six years, and will go back in th fall. The Vauxes will also visit Mr. Vauz's parents at Swea City. M. P. Christiansen, Irvin Seeman, James Cooney and F. E. Saunders spent last Thursday at Emmetsburg, attending a butter- makers convention. Mr. Seeman Lieutenant and Mrs. Peterson at present at Washington, D. are C., visiting Mrs. Peterson's brother, James Murtngh. She is expected hack in a few weeks. Marriage licenses have been is- 'sued to: Hoyt Raney, Sara Doren, both of Algona; Percy Wegner, iRuth Klassc, both, of Lu Verne; Robert Jessen, Lakota, Ann Rode- fliaker, Titonka; George Lehman, Blue Earth, Madeline H. Davis, •Delavan, Minn.; Paul L. Pugsley, Marguerite Nutt, both of Elmore; Chester Arthur Willey, Frieda H. Roeder, both of Algona. Mrs. L. S. Muckey, her son, Russell Pickett, and her father, John Wermersen, went to Winterset last week Tuesday to visit another Wer- mersen daughter, Mrs. Wm. Conp. Mr. Muckey, son Bobby, and Valeria Pickett drove to Winterset Sunday, and Mrs. Muckey and Russell re- urned with them that night. Mr. Wermersen is spending several weeks with his daughter. The Charles H. Clements returned last Thursday from a ten days of fishing at Twin Lak&s, a short distance west of the Itasca state park in (Minnesota. They stayed with Mrs. Clement's people, the A. M. Currans, who live there. buttermaker ait the Algona creamery. Mr. Cooney is employed there, and Mr. Christiansen is manager. Mr. Saunders travels for the local branch of Kennedy & Parsons. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Burmeister returned last week Wednesday :rom a week in the Black Hills. They also visited points in Nor* and South Dakota, and were ac- •Burmeister'st Kraft, Meno- construction company at light plant Monday afternoon. Zittritsch is a daugh- , L. M. Merritt. . J, Malueg left yesterday ! for three weeks with her b, Mrs. E. Parrett, Indian|Mrs, Parrett was formerly | Malueg, and the Rev. and trett will bring Mrs. Malie, via Chicago, where they lit the World's fair. Mrs. Momyer and their Maxine returned last day from ten days at with the daughter Mrs. Jolt. The latter and her son Ned them here for a sev- f visit. Mrs, Colt is the I'Margaret Momyer. cement In the St. Joe cola Hammer family reun- ilace at Swea City is in- i because of omission of that Mrs. Edw. Hammer, |of the children in attend- companied by Mrs. mother, Mrs. John learned the stonemason's trade in Sweden, but at 20 emigrated to this country and has lived in Minnesota 65 years. Before he retired (he was a farmer. Mr. and Mrs. J0hn Haggard, Spencer, came Sunday to visit till yesterday wiUi the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. John is nursing a broken leg, suffered when he 'Stepped on a rock at Spirit Lake last Thursday and twisted an ankle, breaking the ankle bone and tearing ligaments* in the leg. He and lhi» bride accompanied Mrs. Eugene Murtaghtothe Okobojis yesterday for a several days stay. W. G. McCullougfti was at Water- 'loo Tuesday, attending a meeting of the board of governors of the north central Iowa district of the Iowa Embalmers association. Yesterday he went to Maison City, where he attended a 6:30 dinner at tihe hotel Eadmor at which the state president and secretary epoke. Mr. McCullpugh is president of the organization in this district and is a member of the board of governors. Mrs. M. G. Norton and her two children got home last week Wed 1 neaday, after, having been away lsin.ce Memorial day. They visited relatives at Tipton and attended Itflie World's fair, Chicago. Mrs. S. A. Worster and her two children) visited at Iowa City 'and Keokuk . with relatives; last week and stop- — ped at Tipton to bring the M. G. ~ Nortons home. Paul Worster remained at Keokuk for a visit with = the A. C. Fergusons. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Platt, two children and Mrs. Platt's mother, Mrs. Delia Troutman, returned last week-end from a two weeks trip. They visited Mr. Platt's mother, Mrs. George Platt, Neosho, Mo., and Howard's sister Mrs. Walters, HyattviWe, Wyo. Mrs, Wai- |llllllllllllIII!llllll!lllllillllllllllllllllM IJusf in Time/ Summer m SHOE SALE $1-98 Helen Platt. accompanied Vlarvin Bauzn, Lakota, too.k Mr. Clement's place at the barber shop during his absence Mr. Clement reported the fisihiing good. Mr. and Mrs. L, B. Middleton, of Eagle Grove, and their daughter lona brought Mary Janice Rice home Sunday, after several days there with her grandparents. Mary Janice will go to Frankfort, Mich., tomorrow to be counsellor at a girls' camp till September 1. This is her sixth year at the camp. She recently returned from Ann Arbor, Mich., where she attends the university of Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Sjostrajid, St. Peter, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Swen Asplund, 'Lake City, Minn., were guests Saturday night and Sunday of the first-named couple's Bon, the Rev. M. A. Sjostrand, land his wife. Mr. Asplund, >wta> is 85, is the Rev. Mr. Sjostrand'tf grandfather, and is still active. He tc-rs is tihe former George Platt _ (them to Hyattville. The Walters gs are living on a sheep rancfti. Mr. sss PJatt is proprietor of the Handy ss Grocery on south Minnesota. S= Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard, their =5 sister, Gladys daughter Lois, the latter's Grace Van Arnam, and Hansen, Fargo, N. D., will leave Sunday for Milwaukee, and from gg there Mr. and Mrs. Barnard Lois will return as far as Minneapolis and thence go to Cass Lake for a few days of fishing. Thence EE: they will go to Grand Forks, N. ss D., to visit with Mrs. Barnard's ESs parents. They expect to be gone Bg two weeks. Mr. Barnard is man =5 ager of the local Gamble Stores Grace and Gladys arrived a wee! ago Sunday, and the first week visited relatives at bago, Minn. Both girls are Fargi teachers. of th Winne $2.98 $4.98 $7.98 llllllflllllillllillililllllllillinillEillllilllllllllllilllllliflllllUlllllllllllllllllilin NORTHWEST - IOWA - SUMMER - RESORT COOLING STATION Ice- Air-Water- Sanitor — Its Always Comfortable Hay fever and Pine Sanitor. asthma patients will get relief here through our 'as celebrating her 66th t at the same time, id Mrs. Glen Biesemier got iturday from a two weeks on trip to Denver, follow- 1 marriage at Des. Moines Mr. Biesemier Is aasist- *Br of the local Gamble i the couple have an ; at the Backus home. 'Scharlach returned to City Saturday, after a week •r parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, ilaeh. She is a Roosevelt |eacher at Sioux City and T her sister Edna, a sten- at Sioux City. Stella will ' Sioux City again in. the Mrs. R. G. Richardson '.former's mother, iMrs, B. '" took Mrs. Burtis's sis* lw »' , V> OIvriPt °Pher. vin- I Waterloo Sunday, and the l«e spending a week there |«. Christopher's daughter. Wilsons returned Sunday ± !t ?' ? a11 ? 8 ... Tex, ar- Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold, their son Alvin, and his wife attended a meeting of the Society of Iowa Florists at Spirit Lake Friday and Saturday. Speakers were present from Boston, New York City, and other large eastern cities, and plans were made for a floweil show at Kansas City next year. Norman Payne accompanied her aunt, Bemadctte Barbaras, to thj latter's home at Harpers Fernf Sunday for a visit till tomorrow; wihen she will return with toer sisj- ter 'Ruth, who has F.pent two weeks' with ner grandfather, Nick Bar r baras. Ruth and Norma are daughf ters of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. N. Victor Low? and their daughter Mary drove to Hampton Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Lowe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Schroyer. The daughter Joan, wbo hadl spent weeks with the Schroyers, camj} home with her parents, but the son Dean remained for a longer .visi^. 'Bemice Norton got home Tues|day from Ketchikan, A>lask£), where she teaches. En route she visited tor -sister Mrs. R. E. Losi Call Theatre |IIIIIIII!II!II!!I!IIIIIIIIIIII!I1IIIII!II!IIW | You've Asked for It — And Here It Is I 1 JULY CLEARANCE I of Daytime Clothes Wednesday-Thursday, June 27 & 2& WM. POWELL MYKNA LOT in Dashill Hammers "The Thin Man" Myrna Loy's gowns are gorgeous. Also 20 minutes on world's fair grounds, Chicago. And New News Money back guarantee on this program if you're not fully pleased. Drive for 50 miles. Don't miss this Bremerton, Wash. Miss Norton Jives her brotn s of a «»*»wi* , Moo »-e street. This t , in IOW9 ' She * * l D allas. Mr. and her at Des MoinesV At Ketchikaji T with another •sister," Mrs. William Parnell, and stole -will go -back in the fall. She Js the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. B, Norton. The Rev. R. A. Burrows, Dallas Center, brought Mrs. Burrows to Algona Friday, and went home Sa - urday. Mrs. Burrows, who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. <(,. C. Wright, spent Monday at Ceder Rapids, attending the wedding <|:f Jane Vincent, former Algona gin. Mrs. Burrows expected to go honie yesterday. . Laurence and Kathryn Misba(|n went to Iowa City Laurence had bis treated at the university hospiui while Kathryn visited a cousin it Williamsburg. En route home thjsy were to stop at Des , Moines lo Monday, aid sinus trouble fi Foth, the lat•*"• Mrs. Lenore Peck, ™o grandchildren who J home wi th Mrs. Peck, !'«^e. W S FottX 1 * 1 wJF Graha ° m ' 8t ° re °weeks vacation from P. Norton, son and ¥ rs - A. P. their one. Friday, June 20. Benefit Veterans Foreign Wars Buy tickets from committee. RICHABI) DIX in "Ace of Aces" Mild Cargo New News Love on a Ladder Saturday Extra It's a big revival. —and— JACK HOLT FAY WKAY in "Black Moon" Serial Scrappy Farmer's Night Award Sunday and Monday, July 1 and 2 iBERT ROB'T WHEELER WOOUEY; B K O 8 A D I O P 1C T U II IT'S BIG FUN—NEW You can't go wrong! Tuesday 125-BANK NIGHT—185 Thursday and Friday, July 5 and 6 IT'S NEW! Thursday. GET YOUR -»v im B , , Hutchison are '« si £,*«*• ^siting the Dorothy HutchJ- , but 6 at tU1 son COLD DRINK IN A COOL, COMFORTABLE SANITARY WAY We Serve Them That Way W hen you celebrate the Fourth in Algona stop in and let us show you how . . . Our drinks cooling system keeps them, good and cool . . . And our fans keep you comfortable. We Have a Good Line of Firewo And Everything in Smokers' SMOKE SHOP f ^f '"hSSttM = ael f Gr ^< *»teS^r*S*H-« t; *« «^% y && ks Wednesday, July * BIG CELEBRATION We always land a big one for holidays. NEW! Ben Bernie and Band Just finished this one before appearing at Clear Lake and Fort Dodge. —and— JACK OAKIE ALISON SKIPWOBTH in "Shoot the Works" It's music, girls. Fun. Also Colored Silly Symphony *Funny Little Bunnies" Remember July 4 Starting at 11 and every two hours all day and all night. Smokers and Supply S<i IQWA re Courtesy Co. Fair Management you can get a pass out at fair time - spend two hours g off at theater and ^ to grounds. No extra charge. GUARDING //..BOIII A drama of fierce devotion that unfolds the.divine, in woman with HELEN VINSON Directed by Alfred Samtll from the aory by Louis Brom/JclJ Saturday, July 7 •M^B We've been getting phone calls daily— s always with the query—"When are your || July Sales starting?" Well here's your = answer, with the greatest collection of || smart sport, street, and spectator fash- == ions ever assmbled for one great sale. = We spared nothing to make this the most |jf worthwhile event of its kind for the en- = tire year! Make your choice early, s Panel Slips Pure silk crepe washable slips. Four panels in the front to give perfect fit. Will not tear at the seams. $1.98 Bea u t i chiffon Rollins

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