Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1937 · Page 5
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KAY. NOVEMBER 9, 1937. -—_————————————__ Kroehler's lutstanding Values )p in and »ee tKe new Kroehler Suites This Beautiful Suite as Shown, only jrou are looking for bargains check this ).50 2-piece Living Room Suite 59.50 27.50 2-piece Living Room Suite _$98 J.50 3-piece Walnut Bedroom Suite it $65.00 13.50 Occasional Chairs $9.75 Miy more items on our floor greatly iuced. We must have the room for ristmas items. ister Furniture Company KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA "If?. Mrs. Mr. I''- f, reenvill • 'Iliiiriic Suildir. ^sday. Mrs. ir. N. I her sou Ui of Krusc vi.sit- Irom , Mr. tic, ai day, guests of Janet Zerfass and friends from Grinnell. Janet is employed in Comptroller C. B. Murtagh's offices. Mr. nml .Mrs. Harold Van - • » the Kossuth hbspltal, the home of his father, Barber Frank. He has been transferred from an Armour office at Mason City to a similar office at Minneapolis and he , began work yesterday at the new post. Mrs. Kenneth Harris and her small daughter Dorine spent from Thursday till Monday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christensen. Austin, Minn. Mrs. Harris sister, Lorna Mae Christcnson, re- tensen, Austin, Minn. Mrs. Harris' Vi^rVi,'' 0 "' 1 Thursday. ''rS'Si'^r-,;™ 1 «« icr «t (ho Jowa theater r?^t^S,,?S S' s -««« ^fSS&S&SSZ .'irs. i. (. i !llnu . S) Rf)lr0) came lor a week at George Kl- cr She is Mrs. filbert's moth- Olivor Moc is back at Moo & "Mons almost, fully recovered his recent Iowa City opera- [hey Tell You Smartly... that it's Ts ! Every one of them as new! High gored PS,..Mum-Colors!^ sIashed"Ties!,,,ini! Y others. EVERY new tol and color. Choose Yours now! son, and Mrs. Larson's father, Mr. Olsnn. spent. Thursday at Mason Mr. mi,) Mrs. Lester Lease, Wesley, and tiiolr two sons wore Sun- lay dinner guests at T. L. Larson ;;, Tli,. Albert (iroofcrs family and ln<> H. A. Tuitles wore Sunday din- ncr guests at Alvin Weber's, Lu Verne. 'IV .1. I). Hums family visited In-' fonner's parents Mr. and Mrs. I. I!. Burns, Esthervil'le, last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Falkenhainer. St. I'aul, were last week-end guests if the. fonner's daughter, Mrs H iV. Pletch. Mr. H ml .Mrs. Gen. Mahoney left Monday for a brief visit with Mrs. Mahonoy's sister, Mrs. Jos. Douiick, Fairmont. I>rs. (.'. ||. Cretsmeyer and M. G. Hourno will go to Iowa City Thursday to attend a medical men's convention. Mr. and .Mrs. Lon Wright spent rom Wednesday till Friday at (Rochester, getting check-ups from | Mayo physicians. i Tin 1 Key. M. A. Sjostrand attcnd- ;cd Lutheran mission meetings at Dayton and Stratford Monday and I is also there today. ! Dr. F. K. Kiit,'«or, of Lowden. his wife, and four children were weekend guests of Airs. Rugger's sister, Mrs. 0. R. liutterworth. -Mr. mid Mrs. Charles Kennedy, |St. Paul, spent the weekend with I Mrs. Kennedy's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Gocders. AH (if Hie lot-ill grade and high school teachers attended a state teachers' convention at Des Moines Friday. Saturday, and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shore are the i parents of a girl, born October 30 at the. General hospital. Mr. Shore is a railway postal clerk here. Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson attend- p(l a sho-.ver Friday evening at Lewis Capener's, Terril. Mrs. Capener is a sister of Mrs. Olson. Kdilor iind Mrs. C. G. Lighter, of Ocheyodan, were Sunday guests at LeRoy McWhorter's'. Mesdameff Lighter and McWhorter are sisters. Lorraine Tii'i'iier and George IToltzbauer spent, from Saturday evening till Sunday at Nashua with the former's aunt Mrs. Peter Tobin. : Mrs. Dennis Ooeders spent the week-end with the Harold Falken- hainers at Anamosa. Mrs. Falken- hainer is a daughter of Mrs. Goeders. j Pauline Van Horn spent the 1 week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Van Horn, Mason City. She is Dr. P. V. Janse's office nurse. Mrs. Marie Tenmint, Hartley, and a niece, Eldora Rohwer, were Fri- jday guests at C. T. Chubb's. Mrs. Tennant is a sister-in-law of Mrs, i Chubb. .Mrs. IV. C, McDoiigal and her son I Bob went to Mason City Thursday for the week-end with Mrs. McDou- 1 gal's parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing. .Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright spent the week-end with their daughter, Mrs. R. A. burrows, and hor husband, the Rev. Mr. Burrows, of Sioux City. Mrs. Buutti Ahrens, who went to Ann Harbor. Mich., two weeks ago, is remaining there for another two weeks with her daughter, Sister Emanuel. Merita Bestenlehner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Louis Duffy, of Whittemore, to Mason City Wednesday. She is employed in the local telephone office. James Murtagh, went to Iowa City Friday for the homecoming and to attend the Iowa-Minnesota football game. His university class' held a reunion. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Smith, of Des Moines, and their daughter Mary Susan were Friday to Sunday guests of Kathleen Holtzbauer and the W. A. Barrys. Merlin Little went to Des Moinea Friday on a business mission. He is employed by the Algona Motor Sales garage which his father, J. W. Little, manages. Yielding to the temptation of an Indian summer day, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Caldwell drove to Estherville Sunday for a call on the D. A. Bagens there. Mrs. Pearl Potter went to Floyd Sunday for the week with her son Lyrnan. Mrs. L. E. Potter went to Charles City Sunday for a week with her daughter, Alta Stiles. Jerry Helgeus, who has been sick two weeks, is improving. He was in serious condition last week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, and Ellen Carlson. R. N., cared for him. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt drove to Rochester Wednesday, and Mrs. Merritt remained there to be with a brother-in-law who is critically sick. Mr. Merritt returned Friday evening. , Mr. and Mrs, P. L. Koppen.and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen, Lakota, farmers, were here Saturday on business missions. Mrs. P. L. Kop- pea was Gertrude Becker before . C. H. Swanson, manager of the local A. & p. store, n.ay Swanson is an undertaker. Mrs. U. |). Briindngo received word Thursday that her sister's .husband. George Besom, had died suddenly at Boston. The Brundages | were guests of the Besoms last j summer on a tour in the East. I Mary Uisch and Catherine Antone. Pioneer teachers, spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Gisch, Union township fanners. Catherine formerly taught at the academy here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart and their daughters Cathryn and Joan went to Mason City Saturday for the week-end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Beamish. Mr. Beamish is Mrs. Stewart's brother Mrs. Kay Miner, of Emmetaburg, and her two children were guests from Friday till Sunday of the former's mother, Mrs. L. B. Potter. They attended the funeral of L. A. Miner, an uncle o." Ray Miner. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan their son Russell, A. L. Long, and the latter's son Jack drove to New Hampton Sunday to get Mrs. Long, who bad been there sinca Wednesday, guest of her mother and a sister. Mrs. Hugo Johnson has been on crutches for the last nine weeks, the result of an ulcer on one ankle caused by a mosquito bite' and infection. She will be able to walk without crutches in two weeks or more. Mrs. Fred Cramer, Madison, Wis., arrived Saturday for a week or ten days with her cousins, James Walker, Ellen Jane Walker, and Mrs. Chas. E. Roupe. She will also visit other relatives in and around Algona. Mrs. J. T. Arnold, Moline. 111., left Friday for a tour to the East and Florida. She had been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bryon Arnold here for a week. Mr. Arnold is her son. She formerly was a mathematics teacher. Ames students who spent last week-end at home were Dorothy Mawdsley, Drenan Mathes, D. Wane R. Collins, former school band director here., Roland Larson, Robert Black, Maurice Michel, and Paul Worster. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Didriksen and Lars Sorensen spent Thursday afternoon and evening at Britt with the former's brother, Soren Didriksen, and the latter's wife. The Soren Didriksens are former Algona farmers. > Mr. and Mrs. William Shackelford, daughter Gaile, and ,Mr. and Mrs. Shackelford attended a home, coming at Simpson college, Indianola over the week-end. The AVil- liam Shackelford son Dick is a senior there. « Mrs. P. A. Hunting's parents. Mr and Mrs. Charles Dennis, Moline, 111., and her brothers, T. R., Clair. and the-iatter's wife, all of Moline, spent the week-end here. It had been nine years since Mrs. Bunting had seen her father. Mrs. May Tweet and daughter Marilyn left Monday for a new home at Spencer, where Mrs. Tweet will be employed as saleswoman in a woman's apparel shop. She had been a clerk at the Graham store for the last several years. Mrs. L. M. Merritt returned Sunday from Rochester, where she had been with Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Kaufman, Maitland, Mo. Mrs. Kaufman being her sister. Mrs. Kaufman received, medical treatment at a Mayo hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lee and Mr. and Mrs. F, R, Bandy, all of Britt, and Mrs. Bandy's father, E. M. Davis. Streeter, 111., were last night (Monday) dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams. Mrs. Bandy is a cousin of Mrs. Williams. Mrs. George lienickos, of Fort Dodge, spent Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday here with her daughter, Mrs. K. D. Laidley. She visited relatives at Spencer Thursday. Mr. Laidley is in the employ of the Algona Upper Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent drove to Boonville Mo., Monday to take back their son Fred Jr. and his roommate, Roger Haines, of the Kemper' military school there, who had spent the week-end here. Roger's home is at Whitetail, Mont. Messrs, and Mesdames Ernest, Tom, and William Lee, with their nephew, Bud Stewart, all of Montana, arrived Saturday for a week with the George and Everett Lee families. From here they •will go to Michigan to visit other relatives. Robert C, Dowel, freshman at Grinnell college, spent th_e weekend at home. He hitchhiked up and rode from Des Moines to Ames with W. W. Waymack, Register & Tribune editor, who was accompanied by G. S. Nollen, presid'ent of the Bankers Life. John Shilts, Mason City, was here over Thursday night, a guest at PAOfi F1VS Mr. Mrs. J. j. Mesdames Witwer and Eklund daughter, and" former Irma Dee Roupe. The Hev. C. Paul Carlson, the Rev. A. English, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks, Mary Lowrie, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel are attending a Fort Dodge Presbytery meeting today. Final action is to be taken to release the Rev. Mr. Carlson from his pastorate here. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morgan, Pasadena, Calif., spent Friday at Ralph Morgan's, southwest of Algona. Ralph is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan spent last week with the former's brother, H. C. Morgan They will be here another week. Dr. H. jr. Olson attended a district dental association officers' meeting at Mason City last week Tuesday. The purpose of the meeting was to prepare a program for a December district dental meeting at Mason City. Doctor Olson is vice-president of the organization. Huella, Larson, Rosella Voight, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, and Florence Dehnert spent Wednesday evening with Rosella's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight, farmers near Whittemore. Buella is a clerk at the Neville shoe store, and Rosella is employed at the court house. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. little son Jon, and Mrs. Huenhold's mother, Mrs. William Aalderks, of Lakota, who came Thursday, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edwards, Clear Lake. Mrs. Edwards is a sister of Mrs. Huenhold. Mrs. Aalderks will go home tomorrow (Wednesday). Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Demaray, of Joplin, Mo., were guests from Tuesday till Friday of the former's •mother, Mrs, LeRqy McWhorter. Mr. Demaray is manager of a G. C. Penney store. Mrs. Frank Shilts entertained Mrs. McWhorter, her guests, and Mrs. Anna Gill at dinner Friday noon. Margaret Hofmaster, niece of "Aunt Jen" Wadsworth, who has resigned as primary teacher at Corwith, went to Des Moiuos Thursday night for a few days with some friends. "Aunt Jen" is still bedfast at Mrs. E, N. Taylor's, and there has been little or no change in her condition. Mrs. P. S. Norton and her daughter Eleanor, a teacher, came down from Minneapolis Saturday for the week-end at the son M. G. Norton's. They came principally to see the two apartments into which the former Norton home has been converted. Each apartment has downstairs and upstairs rooms. Mrs. I{. B. Brown,, Ames, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Clark, jto Algona Wednesday, and remain- led for a week here on a business .mission. Mrs. Clark is a daugh- ,ter of Mrs, Brown, who lived here till three years ago. Mrs. Brown will leave Wednesday to visit another daughter, Mrs. W. K. Schoby, Mason City, a few days. | Bunker and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore ; drove to Ames Friday and there I picked up their daughter Mary Louise, who is attending the Iowa state college, thence going on to |Io'wa City to attend the state university homecoming football game against Minnesota Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore were then to [make a weeks tour in southern states. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson went to Anamosa Thursday for the [week-end with Mrs. Johnson's peo- Iple. Mrs. M. G. Norton, her son Richard and daughter Miriam, rode with the Johnsons as far as Cedar Rapids, and thence went to Tipton for week-end-with Mrs. Norton's people. Mrs. Norton and the children attended the Minnesota-Iowa football game at Iowa City Satur-[ day, Mrs. (ico. Van Jforen and Mr. and i Mrs. Ray Smith, all of Wenatchce, Wash., arrived Saturday for a, visit with tors. Van Hoven's eon, Barber Carl v a n Hoven, who is now a partner in the Shilts shop. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Mr. Van Hoven The Smiths left Monday for International Falls to visit briefly with Mr. Smith's parents, but w'.Il return latfc in the week for a further visited Here before returning to Washington. Itiih ijiilinrrc, sophomore at the state university, made his first appearance, at the homecoming football game between Minnesota and Iowa Saturday, in a Scottish Highlander's band in which he plays the drums. He won third place in a swimmlrig meet recently held at the university. Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, his mother, who had been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. S. Struble, Vinton, stopped at the university Saturday for fl. few hours with him. TUESDAY, JfOVESIBER 0 Extended run. JPrices, 10-36c. WEDSES. THRU SATUR. November 10-13 Rod LaRocque in T ATlOAV STRIKES" Plus HOOT GIBSON "PAINTED STALLION" THE NEW WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, NOV. 10 AND 11 NKKIKELL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11 Special Preview at 9:30. Second Show Only. The Price They Pay fora Fling at Broadway Fame!!! Stige-ltiucli jiilf who feed on dreimi, while nviltms the call of footlight fom< thit cornel to one in • thousand. WHAT A CASTI .... to bring to the lcr»n Edna Ferber and Gco. S. Kaufman's Broadway stage luccettl Sunday - Monday ALL Theatre THE NUT FARM w Hw-riwton swl Ruth Roland iwi*"«* Pes Mptoee S.ua- Crosse-Blackwells , DATE NUT PREAD Something fine r S FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12 BETA SIGMA PHI BENEFIT SAGA OF A WOMAN'S HEART! Extra Attractions Rob't Benchley's 'HOW TO BEGIN THE DAY' The Stocking that, has everything" 1. Picottop. 2. Attractive lace design. 3. Flexible—Two-way stretch top. 4. Runstop, 5. Clear Ringless fabric. 6. Fine even seams, 7. Inner heel. 8. Reinforced "Flexeorc." 9. FlexiUe heel. 10. Flexible sole. 11. Silk reinforced foot. J2. Reinforced "Ring toe." Krescnsky's ARNOLD JOHNSON'S SPECIAL SHOWING of latest fur fashions Don't miss this gorgeous array of brand new True-Value fur coats—many of them just completed by Cownie fur craftsmen. Extra large stock, including wide range ^>f furs, styles and price, Extra values, deserving your attention. Cownie factory representative here for this event. Ifriday, Nov. 12 cial "Courtesy" showing Thursday and Friday evenings 7s80 to 9:00, Kresensky's LADIES' AND STOfiE

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