Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1937 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 26, 1937
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26, 1987. ' CALS Mrs. W. A. Foster left F, n e for a fall tour which ide the Ozarks and other finterest. L jifnlloy, Ottumwa, vis- Lrente here last week. king nurses' training. Her local harnessmaker. , Jfrs. H. S. Montgomery, , and Helen Stewart wero /a waffle supper Sunday L Barber S. J. Stehle's. |T ,T. Darotn, Fort Dodge, I the St. Cecelia bazaar Anesday evening and was Iv hundreds of old friends; i Mrs. Walter Roberts [ W cok-end at Troy, where ! cuests of Mr. Roberts' IT. and Mrs. O. W. Rob- Onilcy, Des Moines, spent the week-end at Iowa City nnd til- tended tho Michigan-Iowa football game. The Pearsons ore of the county auditor's nnd district court clerk's offices respectively, Oliver Moo, who lias been at an Iowa City hospital two weeks had a second major operation Wednesday morning. He Is recovering rap- Idly and Is expected homo this week-end. Mrs. Moo came Wednesday, after a tow days there Mesdnmcs w. a 'Mcf'uiioiMi George II. Free, If.' n. irntc.hi'nV with the Northwestern noil talo- ft° f r°";n»"y.«ndMr.n.,borU.a SuX manngcr for th ° Meiro - KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA Mr am t rweek -°^ suosta of •vn. andjVlrs. Harold Brandt. Messrs. Brandt i i '- "•' <-• IJ •noy spent i.he week- hunting, b, lt foum] U,o woathe,• belns . brothers, The and at duck hunting and Goo. St. John vnnt to Port Dodge Friday evening and were guests there of tho White Shrine' Tho Algona women are prominent local Eastern Star members Mrs. George Mond^m- aiul J. J. Jaeger, both of West wore- Algona visllors Friday. Mrs. Bend, isle Dalley, . the American Optical Co flovlno is new office girl c P. A. Danson. Mary Hum worked for him ncr, but is now attending nurse at the Iowa Lutheran hnsnltnl J,V; '»«' Mrs.'.T.ilin Simon Sr., south of AlKona nnd Mrs. Martin I-eokor, Portlnnd township, were Mason City visilnrs Saturday. They l.i!m"fl!t' 1C , nU ' J01 ' U " liC nf convcrsn wick Krluml bu. s accident "Friday aflnrnoon. All Unit, remained of the Ta<v'-| r , ' Il; " 1 lloc " cleared cr's husband is a banker thorp ''" ' s "'" rflu . v morning. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kern is! .,, ilml Mrs - '-'laroncc Stewart, spent the week-end at Spp.nr.p r with IT''.' °' r baby (!;ul K nU; i' -T"an, le-ft parents Ml' MTH! ' '^' '' f "' ' pl1 d;ivK with AT.. a*n... with his mother, Mrs. Montague camo for medical Mr. Dalley is mont - "cr husband l« t.ho Bend postmaster, and Mrs. Mrs. Ireat- W in this territory. »'Hl - )Ir *- Merle Felkey,' Red visit ,ir"T". camo Thursday for a Hnvov • •" IIovoy ' 8 - Ar ^lla ">vcy-,« a smtor of Mrs. Folkey. i- sni i. i V '" "" V(!y ls !lt a Fairmont ' -r ' T , 1)nndln K nn operation, (-•lotchcn Katriii, DCS Moines was a guest of Arclolhi Wednesday.' Miss i "lion is a nurse nt. iho Tnwo T „_ their respective Mrs. Walter Kcmls and'Mr and 1 Mrs. 0. M. Cummings. Mr. Komi.' ,, '' K "' ll01 ' away by ., r lon (lll >' s with Mr. Stow' T ' R - Stewart, Kansas , .°!! lcr j:?! lltlvc8 there. Mr. ^....j. ^,. i rl . vjumimn^H. Air. Kowisjy "«*-i luuuivu* mere. iur. in T jfneent went to Dos manages the Arnold motor supply' 1 ' 11 ' 1 is " ln whil ° Tln «o Ras rop- hursuay for the week-end "ranch .shop sonUi of tho Krwpii'-1 'ff ci „ lvc in " lis territory. Tho • ivns.' Mr. Nugent is an * ] W (former Gnedcrs) store. l" l 0 . 1 '.^ 1 - 0 "" 11 , 1 ' 1 ''i'UKhter, Kathryn, is ktivcs. Mr. Nugent County Engineer H. M. nrlson is expected homo this week from Lynn |11. where she spent three an aunt, Mrs. P. A. ifnxwell, Carlsbad, Calif., • homo today, after a visit {brother, R. L. Maxwell, of ; Motors. F. G. is in the- feincss. bos P. A 7 . .Tanse, O. S. Rei. Holt, and Hortense For- Ejtli Minnie J. Coatc, drove Jlfoircs Friday and spsnt lir.ro. 1 31rs. Fred Parks, Mr. <ind |\v. Shechan, a.nd Leona llcft Friday for the week- relatives and friends at apiils. liminic Neville and her fehtcr, Laura Ann Neville, |day morning for Sioux • a visit with the former's Irs. K. L. Em'ery. fes ('numbers and her inolh- [iUnrie Chambers, Corwith, gona business callers Fri- |rnoon. Frances is a teach- Cnrwith schools, nil Mrs. Jos. Greenherg no Wednesday from Iowa they had visited their Isabel and son Harry, j at the university, [ivill IIP a public Halloween at the Center school in township this week Fri- ning. Liinch will be served. JArndnrfer is teacher. IHollirnnk, Jack Hilton, and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott will iday evening to attend a a-Notre Dame football ; Minneapolis Saturday, bd Mrs. IT. M. Olson, with fttle son Melvin, drove -to Friday evening to help on's father. C. J. Johnson, j a birthday anniversary, inil Mrs. W. F. Bockwith, (tonio, Tex., spent Monday ml Tnroday at the former's G. C. Yeoman's. Mr. Rh is a traveling salesman. Junes II. M. Potter, 'C. H. feyer, R. C. Larson, and H. |dwtird, the latter of Whitte- Kn to Humboldt for a ! meeting of woman's clubs |dny afternoon. ! Smith will leave late this Chicago, and thence will allnn, Nov., to take up road with relatives. He had jiiployod at Dutch's Super- 1 horn for some time, pi Mrs. Earl Devine, Drap. came Saturday for a brief li friends, Mr. and Mrs. G. pl.v. The Devines are en i Miami, Fla. Mr. Stahly is waukp<! agent here. Aliiiuin came back from Rcmsen, his old own, to which ho had been ' word that his sister Helen jltically sick. She is now regaining at an Iowa City hos- JllwnYv, Des Moines, spent ffik-end with her parents, Recorder and Mrs. J. J. Her roommate, Kitty Mc- accompanied her here, but I" to Graettinger to visit her Jtents. , Mrs. J. j. Aalfs, Akron, S( »n Lester, Cherokee, aturday for the week-end C. N. Aalfs family. The Aalfs, Armour meat rep- f»ve in this territory, is a [the Akron couple, i nnd Mrs. Casey Loss and Mrs. Carl Everett Kobinson, assis ager of tho local Council Oak left Wednesday for Sioux Fails, having been transferred to tluit city as manager of a Council Oak store. Hiram Blecker, Ln Verne, Minn., is new assistant bore. Mr. Blecker held a like position at I,u Verne. Mr. and Mrs. John Baird, boldt, wore Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Uob- rts. The Bairds are former Al- gonians. Mr. Baird is connected with Maxino, left Monday for a daughter, :t guest of tho R. 0. lijustroma dur- ;!,',',';;"IK the parental absence. Mr. mill Mrs. c. A. Momycr thoir daughter morning for Kvanston, 111., week or two with tho Mrs. K. W. Colt, the former Marguerite Momyer. Thoy were to travel via Dulniqiic and view tho Ihnn ! l)(1!lliuful scenery which begins this : sido of ihat pity and extends for many miles on tho other side. Mrs. ,|. !•'. Wiidliaiiis, Sioux City, was a guest of Mrs. Marguerite Tinslcy Wednesday, and that even- PAGE FIVB5 in, accompanied by Mrs. Tfnslny's daughter Natalie, went to West Bond. Mrs. Wadham is a poetess of renown. She is on her way to California where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Tlnsle/ i 3 a saleswoman at tho Chrischilles store. l>rs. W. 1). Andrews and S. W. Meyer of the General hospital, attended a meeting of Northwest Iowa Osteopaths last week Monday evening at Wesioy. Dr. E. H. Phillips C3arner, spoke on topics related to public health. Dr. and Mrs. Doylo Richardson, Austin, Minn., were also on the program. A meeting will be held at Algona in two months. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Ogren left this morning for their annual win- tor sojourn at San Antonio, Tex. They planned a devious tour, and it will probably be two weeks before they arrive. This will be their sixth consecutive year at Grande Courts. During their absence their home will bo occupied by the G. L. Coopers. Mr. Cooper is an employe of the Kennedy-Parsons company. Mrs. Robert Curtis, of Drleelyn, Minn., was a Wednesday guest of Mrs. Thos. McGilligan. Mrs. Curtis, who formerly lived at or near Ledyard, moved to Bricelyn last spring. The McGillignns lived at Ledyard many years. Ruth Clendening, Webster City, was a. weekend guest of the McGilligans, the women being sisters.' Mrs. McGilligan is employed at the Algona Coffee shop. Mrs. >V. II. ftrlinmller, the former Charlone Uecrmun, was here Ff\day and Saturday, visiting her parents. Prior to marriage, she clerk- in the James marriage, the Schnodlers for a time lived at Webster City, but for the lost five years have boon at Nora Springs, where Mr. Schnedler helps his father in a bank during the day and practices dentistry In tho evenings. Mrs. iViiltor Kliiiiip accompanied Mrs. M. L. Vinnas, Burt, to Des Moines Sunday to attend sessions of the Eastern Star grand chapter this week. Mrs. Vinaas is the worthy patron of the Burt chapter, and her husband Is Burt's veteran hotelkeeper. Mesdames W. G. McCullough, Casey Loss, Wendell P. French, and H. D. Hutchins will leave this afternoon to represent Algona at grand chapter sessions. Mrs. McCullough is local »worthy matron. Attorney nnd Mrs. Carl Spies, with Mildred Benton, all of Etn- metsburg, drove to Algona last week Tuesday evening, and Mr. and Mrs. Spies were guests of the latter's brothers, Leighton and Lawrence Mlsbach, while Miss Benton caleld on her mother, Mrs. Wallace Benton, Wesley, who has been sick since a week ago Saturday with ernicious anemia and was a pa- ent at the General hospital. Mrs. od for some years drug store. After 2 TJIG ATTKACTIOTfS, '21c WEDXES. THRU SAT(JK. TO UNCOVER AN OUTLAW GANGi RIP-ROAR1NG ACTION on in "The PAINTED STALLION" FEATURE NO. 2 ML can• WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY OCTOBER 27-2S The mightiest sea picture of them all! I'ET PARADE $10.00 in prizes at Iowa Theatre 10: 30 Saturday morning. Free show to all owners of pets in parade. Dogs, cats, ponies, goats, roosters, pets of any kind. SUNDAY AND MONDAY October Sl-Novcin)ier 1 JIMMY NEWELL "RENFREW OF ROYAL MOUNTED" FEATURE NO. 2 BRUCE CABOT —in— LOVE TAKES FLIGHT TUESDAY, NOY. 2 Extended run, price 10-36c. mi^KJkM®^ B,V>*.*"A? v i{t%/ r< - s ' *~'~» ^ mm^s^sm^ 2nd Feature 5 subjects, all in technicolor. Insuring Time you drive on the 'highways 3^011 should have proper Automobile Insurance. e write insurance of all kinds. loaned on Automobiles. ie bargains in Town Property. Kruse- Blossom Insurance Iowa Plume 125 JVWWWWW FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29-30 Combination Tickets, 52c WOMAN-HATER GOES HAYWIREI FRIDAY * FOOTBALL GAME Clarion vs. Algona and complete show after the game. EXTRA ATTRACTION Sunday Night. 'AT THE TROCADERO" • .and gives th« country school marm her first Spies and Miss Benton are teachers in the Emmetsburg public schools. John 0. McDowell, high • school principal, took Harold Banwart, Mrs. Clyde Smith, and the latter's daughter Louise to Hampton Friday evening to attend the Algona- Hampton football game. Harold )s a member of the local squad. Mrs. Smith went on to Cedar Falls for the week-end with her Evelyn, who attends the. daughter Teachers college. Harold and Louise attended a Christian Endeavor convention at Waterloo, and Mr. McDowell went to Shell Rock for his wife and son Allan, who had been there since last week Tuesday with Mrs. McDowell's mother. The McDow- ells returned Sunday evening, and the Smiths and Harold came home with Joseph Skow, Wesley, who also attended the convention. MRS, A, D. CLARKE NOW 93 YEARS OLD Mrs. Nellie G. Bowyer writes from Hollywood, Calif., as follows: "Mrs. A. D. Clarke celebrated her 93rd birthday anniversary Sunday, October -10. Though she is not very strong, her mind is active, and she is still good company, as always. I believe she is now the oldest early-day Algonian left, except Mrs. Thos. Henderson, who is 95. "Mrs. Clarke's daughter, Mrs. H. C. Adams, served a birthday dinner, with the usual beautifully decorated cake. I was the only guest. Mrs. J. W. Robinson was not able to come, but sent a. bouquet of gor* geous dahlias. "In a letter I have Just received, Cora Setchell San Diego, tells her that she will be 88 on October 2$ last Saturday. She is another of the old-young Algonians. Still in good health, stfie lives alone and does all her housework, besides taking care of her yard. "Mrs. Harvey Ingham and her sister Mrs. Smtih, the former Alice Hepburn, are here and have an ap- partment in. Hollywood." Mrs. Bowyer enclosed a newspaper picture of corn an inch over 18 feet high grown on a dairy farm ner El Monte Calif. This compared with the 16% stalk which Governor Kraschel found In the recent' 'contest' with Governor LaFollette, of Wisconsin. ^ "New Deal Show" Guests use floor to parade their stuff every Sunday night. Moton picture scouts photo all events. Sntiir. 11 P. M. Halloween Attraction The STAGE SHOW of the YEAR, on the SCREEN Jack Benny) FIBBER McGEE AND MOLLY NED SPARKS A dozen Top Stars of Radio, Stage, Screen. SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 81 and NOV. Two marvelous attractions. " FOR LOVE,,: HE TURNED A NATION UPSIDE DOWN! Destiny rules romance Wednesday to Saturday FOUR BIG DAYS of VALUES It's the end of the month. The height of the fall season. Buy your winter needs at this sale. Bargains galore. A"Smasit Hit" Fur Trimmed and Coats You can't imagine the quality and style in these garments. Fine fleeces, tweeds and broadcloths and sizes for 12 to 44. $1O and $15 We didn't think we would ever be able to give such wonderful bargains in coats as we are this Fall. Fine fur in the collars, guaranteed linings, the season's most popular colors and material, at only $24 Paris Fashion Shoes Beautiful dress shoes, sport oxforods, and medium heel type^ from this nationally known brand of shoes, suede leathers and gaberdine, plain, multicolored, and trimmed, mostly regular $3.50 and $4.00 shoes. CARACUL FABRIC JACKETS Regular $8.00 value HOSE SALE Pure silk, full fashioned hose, chiffon or service— 49c FINE SILK HOSE A clean-up sale of odd lines and. colors, reg. $1.00, at 69c I CLEAN-UP SALE OF SHOES $1.98 Odd pairs accumulate. You will find these all sensational values.^ I READ THESE ASTOUNDING VALUES Pure Silk Satin Slips 98c Children's Calfskin Oxfords ___$1.49 "Barrell" Sweaters 98c Rayon Panties 25c 50 pairs of Paradise Shoes, regular $7.50 $5.95 Lined Wool Skii Pants $2.98 3-4 Length Fine Hose _25c Tuck Knit Pajamas 98c White and Colored Blouses $1.00 PureSilk Taffeta Slips $1.69 Hand Bags, with style $1.00 Leather House Slippers _$1.00 Zipper House Coats $1.98 Satin Lace-trimmed Gown $1.98 And Many Other Values Throughout Our Store. x Wool and Knit Dresses The smartest styles and greatest values you have ever seen — glamorous silk dresses, tailored wool styles, smart knits, plenty of sizes up to 50. $6.90 SALE OF EARLY FALL DRESSES $2.98 A special purchase plus stock on hand, makes the price possible Sold regularly to $5.00. Clean-Up Sale of Better Dresses silk dresses, &A OR 25 dresses, regular $8 to clear at GALOSHES 2-snap, ladies' or chil* , black and brown SALE OF NEW COTTON DRESSES School dresses, house dresses, and street dresses. Smart colorful patterns and styles, short or long sleeves. Values to $2.98. $1.88 • • -v... . ^mpp iHKip ^IBB^ ^HHP^ , ^mn^^ ^^ni^^ ^n^ WP^F ^^^(^ "•^^p ^^^»- ^^^^^v. - T^^^^^ • ' *• ^VHP^ •.... — - - •' KJ" 11 " v Ladies' and Children's Wear

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