Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1938 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1938
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» ROSStfTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE SEVEN Fafthlons For Men M-+-M-H-H- ^••••^•^i^^B ^^^1^^ ^^Bli^^^M** •(^'•MllP^H^IiJ ^^^[^r the Mr. These New Fall ROGU Jrown, Luggage Tin and Black are Hot for Young Men Now! 2 GREAT VALUES ;3.95 d Kvclyn Oxh-y, Tonia, spent week-end with her parents, and Mrs, Oscar Oxley. She is Honie Economics and English teacher in the Ionia high school. 1 he elder Oxleys are farmers. Mr. nnd Mrs. "Jimmy" Fleming, Mason City, with the former's mother, of Whittemore, and his sister Ruth, were Sunday guests of Bernice Stock. Mr. Fleming tenches dancing at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Barney easier accompanied Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Ledyard, to Boone Sunday to attend a rural mail carriers' picnic. Mr. Thompson is a rural carrier, and Mr. Casler is a retired carrier. Mr. nnd Mrs. C'. H. Williams, son "Boh," and the In tier's wife, spent Sunday at Mason City with Mrs: J. H. Williams, mother of C. H. Mrs. ,T. R. Williams is in poor health. <'. H. is a member of the local Hub clothing "irui. Jos. .1. Slicrniaii, Bancroft, who entered the Kossuth hospital a I week ago Tuesday, was discharged jaml taken home Saturday. He 'was there mainly for observation, Mr. Sherman is a brother of T, f. Sherman 'here. IN'fer Chubb, Humboldt, who is in state highway commission employ, i s taking a vacation this week, and is spending it here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb. His wife and two-year-o'.d .011 are also here. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Guilder, who ire south of Algona, returned last ard Is advertising man Rap-in-Wax company. for the I the Coast. They were lo stop Mrs. Karl Tranl, Ottumwn, is doing the bookkeeping this week at the Elbert Garage. She worked there prior to her marriage. Mrs. Traul i§ a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp, farmers west of Algona, and her sister Wilma is •ffice girl for Dr. C. D. Schaap. Audrey Riicker, who teaches the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades, conducts a girls' glee club, and coaches girls' basketball in a consolidated school near Esthervllle, spent the week-end here with the J. Kelly's and the Scott Moores. 3he is a '36 graduate of the Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Gay, Salix, were guests a few days last woelt at their daughter Mrs. A. L. Brown's. Mrs. Gay has charge of textiles at the Woodbury county 'air, and so was interested in the local fair. Salix is a small town in the western part of the state, south of Sioux City. Mrs. Everett Miller, Mason City, [ and her little daughter are guests this week of the former's grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Dehnert. Mr. Miller, who had been employed in a creamery there, recently went to California, where he is now similarly employed. Mrs. Miller, who is the former Velma Hedrick, and the daughter will join him later. Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart Jr. and the latter's sister Margaret were Sunday guests of the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlhauser, farmers near West Bend. George is now employed by the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co., and Margaret works at the local conservation office. Mrs. Stewart is the former Josephine Dahlhauser. 'Mildred Aimm, employed by the Forde Printing Co., Inc., Mankato, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Aman, southeast of Algona. Her employer, William Forde, former Algon- an, recently leased additional of- lice space and will soon open one of the largest office furniture and supply stores in southern Minne- firsl al Portland to-attend a na- Mrs. Kvti Gardner, with her daughter, who Mrs. lives Hugh ALWAYS COOL, IJNMY THRU WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18-21 SENSATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT! Raney east of town, has been sick since last week Thursday with heart trouble. Her condition Tuesday was reported "poor." Other children are Austin R., Mrs. C. L, Bailey, Floyd, D. C., and Mrs. Trella Patterson, the latter living neai Hurt. Mrs. l/anrn Gordon, Kansas City, Mo., her sister, Mrs. John Rybolt, Moweaqua, 111., and the latter's daughter, Mrs. Edith Arthur, left last week Tuesday, after a week with the elder women's cousin, tional .encampment of Spantsh;- Amerlcan war veterans there, which began they will go yesterday, to Los .Thence Angeles, Dorrance. from the where a Legion convention will he lield next week. They expect to get home about October i. Koss Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman, left for his home at Louisville, Ky., Tuesday, after the summer here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coleman. He is a sophomore in high school this year. The Louisville Colemans are former Algonians, and Ross Sr. worked for the Nau- dains when he lived here. There is a married daughter, Mrs. George would have to have^another oper- Stiles, living here. " " " ' *"" J Former Butler is of Mrs. Clark, came also, and remained for a week with her sister, Mrs. Mary Corle. The Clarks and Mrs. Brown are former Algonians, and Mr. Clark is a traveling salesman. ' Mrs. F. J. Mnnn, Van Nuys, California, was down yesterday from Burt, where she is at present with. her sister, Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Mann, who came coast some weeks ago on news of critical sickness of another sister, Mrs. S, D. Barteau, Chicago (Kossuth's war nurse), had intended to return to Van Nuys, starting last present Mrs. C. A. Cohetiour, whd aleo lives on the Coast. Mr. Morse is president of the National Dry-Ice Corp, at Los Angeles, and Doctor Walters, ever since he went to California, has been heavily interested in Bimlni Springs, a Loa Angeles health reeort. 3%% GOVERNMENT LOANS— 'Apply now. Get good appraisal. Don't worry. We take care of all the "red tape"; which, actually, is for borrower's protection. See us now. — H. D. Hutchins, Sec.-Treas., came yesterday that Mrs. Barteau was again in bad condition and County Auditor it the Kos- week ago while plowing on the August Vaudt farm near Whittemore. He suffered an attack of cramps and was unable to straigh- ation, it is believed for an abs„ , cess. This news was a deep disap- v n t' Pointment to relatives and old friends, who had under- was recovering. Georgia Cole, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Cole, of Maxwell, former Algonians, and an 111., girl friend made a be- Mr. and .Hrs. H. D. Hutchins have received word that their son Paul, Pittsburgh, Pa., has been transferred to a branch office at Altoona, Pa., and now has a larger territory, including a state college, and the city of Johnstown. , „„ ,-,, u 11 . i^vaiiBiuiii iii.t sii i 11 leiiu maut; a, lr^ P ; n ,. C ^!^^r ^?.< e| ,iaunt to Montana this summer, and I they were so taken with the country that they bought a book store .at iBozeinan, a town of some 8,000 .Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Aldrich, of I inhabitants where a college is lo- Des Moines, ^ere guests Saturday I cate d. They are now on their way to his car, he drove it to yard, then honked for help, ing unable to get out. of the letter's sister, Mrs. Ben Ingebritson. Prom here they went to Swea City to visit Mrs. Aidrich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. He is a sales engineer for the Helmke. The Ingebntsons spent Trane Co., LaCrosse, Wis., which! Sundav , '^ fewea City and attended supplies air-conditioning and heat-1 a family picnic there. Mrs. Aiding equipment ' |i'ich remained for a longer visit, Klvin Pulley, Stanton, Neb., is al f ' ut her husband went home Sun- new clerk at the ' Council Oak dav - H e works in a dairy, store. He arrived Friday, with his »riif,'tf(st and JlrK. E. W. Lusby week Wednesday from a week at Mrs - J °'»i Cox, south of Algona. It Waterloo. They visited Mrs. Gun-l had ' Deen 34 years since Mrs. Cox der's brother, Harold Mixdorf, and had seen Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. 8-1 other relatives in the city and the neighborhood. Rybolt. Charles Stephenson, son of Mrs. wife, and they are living in a Vera apartment. Mr. Pulley, who clerk- got home Tuesday night from visits since Friday at Harrisonville ed in a privately owned store be- and Latour, Mo., with relatives, fore coming here, takes the place:They attended a Lusby reunion at the Council Oak of Joseph Lar-; Sunday at the home of a sister of son, who has been transferred to a'Mr. Lusby near Latour. Mr. Lus- Council Oak store at Hawarden, | by said that Sunday was a nice day to Bozeman by car to take possas- sion of the store. Miss Cole is an Algona higih school graduate who, after some years in college, taught a few years in an exclusive girls' school at Chicago. After voluntarily giving up that position she served for a time as 1 an employe of the magazine Time in its Chicago offices. Last year she and he girl friend spent several months in Europe. Dr. C. yi. C. Walters and William near Sioux City. Dr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Edge, Mitchell, S. D., with their daughter in Missouri but that it was raining all the way home. Once he ran into a mile and a half of i>r.".l"'Tl7 JBifge, Mitchell, S. D., T - T - Herbal who has been em- Mis son Joe, and daughter Betty i P'°yed near St. Louis, is expected* were Algona visitors Sunday. They I today to spend a brief period with his mother before returning to Minneapolis to attend the Minnesota state university. Charles has been working for the Northrup- King seed company out of Minn- were on their way to the east, where Joe is attending a military school this year. He was a junior in high school last year.' "Al" Council, Syracuse, N. was a guest Sunday of his mother- eapolis. in-law, Mrs. Marie Rosewall. He 1)r - and Mrs. R. E. Menzel, Salt had been called to Rapid City, S. Lake Clt y- with t* eir sma11 son, D., because of the death there of lett Tuesday after a visit since Sat- his mother. Mr. Council is in Na- P}'^ Y 1 " 1 ' M I?' Menzel's parents, tional cash register employ. Fr«<l Kn^cl, mechanic at Dau's, accompanied John Frankl to Montana last week. They left Thursay and expected to be away ten Betty, are here today, guests of | mud and had to be pulled out by a the F. L. Thorpes. They are on horse. the way home from Front Royal, j Mrs. Merle Maley, Howard, S. D. Va., where the son Joe was taken.who had visited her parents, Mr. to attend the Randolph-Macon mil-: and Mrs. Fred Frost, a week went itary academy. Eleanor Edge, to Tama Sunday to visit her bro- who has been with Eleanor Thorpe [ther Jack. She accompanied Mr. two weeks, will return to Mitchell land Mrs. Clifford K. Clark oi with her parents. Ames, who had been here since Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles H. Taylor j Friday, looking after property in left by train Sunday on a trip to terests. Mrs. Rose Brown, mother LIVE, IAU6H and LOVE. with America's Favorite Funsters > HD 7AMIIV SAfETYin NUMBERS s&SSl, bnd Feature' Horse Wild -in— N NG OF SIERRAS" II M«r MMN A NJRTUNI TO YOU F IS ONE OF THE RES IN THE | MOVIE QUIZ CONTEST *50,000.00 . ., -,-tlF i i. I Ml H AW ^Hlt-i 1 U1 AlING *250 ? 000.00 GET YOUR COPV OF THE FREE MOVIE QUIZ BOOKLET Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Doctor Menzel, who is head of the chemistry staff in a Salt Lake City college, had for the last month been doing laboratory work on Los Angeles, Monday, and E. Morse, both of were here briefly were guests at the Rotary program at noon. They were on. their way to Bancroft, and thence were to go to Minneapolis. They were traveling by car, and had been on the road about a week. There was time when Doctor Walters' name was known throughout the North End, for he practiced ' medicine many years ago at Bancroft. Mr. Morse, who was probably born at Bancroft, later lived here. His fat'uer, W. E. H. Morse, now deceased, came here from Bancroft, and the son attended the Algona schools. He was known then as "Willie" Morse. His mother is the SOCIETY HORSE SHOW MUSIC t CONTESTS COMPLETE CIRCUS For every immb«r of the family ays. Mrs. Engel. is meanwhile co ™ a t Fairmont iff Tuesday-Wednesday, *ncer Tracy, Mickey Rjoouey September iu "BOYS' 27-28 — TOWN" >»»»««»»**»**»«*•••» DBS., FRIDAY, SATIBBAY, SEPTEMBER 15-17 Mat. Thurs.-Fri., 2 ». RAFT, DOROTHY -in— "SPAWN OJ Greatest action SUNDAY-MONDAY ; aptivating! . m., Saturday from 1. LAMOUR, HENRY FOSDA THE NORTH" ncture ever made! isiting relatives at Davenport. Mr. 'rankl owns land in Montana. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pommeren- rig, with their son Bobby, spent Sunday at Woden, guests at Mrs. ommerening's brother Joseph Bilyeu's. The Bilyeus farm south f that village. Mr. Fomznerening s employed at Greenberg's here. Mrs. Walter Nnssbauin, Le Mars, ind her sister, Mrs. Alice Page, Cedar Rapids, were Friday guests of Mr.' and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess. The Burgesses knew bpth women at Le Mars, where Mr. iBurgess had a Methodist pastorate seven years. Mrs. l/illiun Norton, Denver, who came last week Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Fred Frost, has -been ^ick ever since arrival. Before she came here, she had been in Des Moines a few days as delegate to a national D. A. R. convention. C. H. Klamp and W. J. Payne returned Tuesday from Des Moines, where they had attended a "Register & Tribune convention since Sunday. Mr. Payne is state supervisor of rural subscription solicitors, and Mr. Klamp has the Kossuth territory. An International Harvester Co. meeting was held yesterday at the branch International headquarters at Mason City, and attending from ihere were R. R. Hutzell, D. J. Breall, Ray Hughes, and Sherman nderson. Mr. Hutzell is manager the local shop. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erickson got ome Saturday from Rhinelander, t\s., where they had spent two eeks with the latter's mother, rs. Margaret Wesley. Mrs, Erickon obtains relief of hay fever here. Mr. Erickeon travels for a ardware company. Mrs. Alice Koestler, Kirkhoven, inn., with her two childrenr was week-end guest of her aunt, Mrs. falter Klamp. The visitors went ome Sunday. Gail Isenberger, larion, who had spent three eeks here with her cousin, Mrs, lamp, went home Saturday. Mrs. Mary Walznick, St. Paul, on Nick, and the latter's wife, left Friday, after a vieit with the elder rtrs. Walznick's sister, Mrs. H. W, >ost. Mrs. Post took- them to Belmond last week Wednesday to teit Mrs. <Uen. McMurray, anoth- r sister, over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney went to Chicago Sunday for two weeks at their son Howard's. The daughter Dorothy, who teaches at Albert Lea, came home for the week-end and took her parents as far as Mason City by car. From there they went on by train. How- PATENTID ^"^•sn*^ It's 152 Miles to Another Stock ot New Fall Suits . . To Compare in Variety - Price and Style .. . . Hundreds to Select From . . KTRIRE R.M> SEPTEMBER 18-19 in MCTURE 1 fAROAIN IN ELECTRIC RANGE. See at City Hall, Algona. Large ven, 3 burners; heating compart- nent and Fireless Cooker equlp- ed. Nearly new, but will sell for 45.00; only a little over half price. —H. D. Hutchins, over Barry'Si Algona telephone 205^W. S9p52 '50,000.00 '250,000.00 C ET YOMR HQVIf BQOKMET (t ••J / '•,• .W ,« ' ' ^ L>x\" \-4» ,\.»:,/^ ^V,b in i the y.oiir si«e ? your «lothes will fit perfectly wlheii we »ftke to ywfi; ofei 1 * -4 style Clopton The Tailor BKlg. ?*«»* All «*•» I«w* mi "8SW ~m^Hfif $18-75 $21-75 $24.00 V&if Rich colQr-blen4ing,. "Not too wjld.,.,«n<J ppt tf9 t»me." THE HUB ClotUtri „ „, ^ftffl^^^'-™ t * All Pure Worsteds. Every New Model The Newest in Heavy Pure Wool Fabrics, for Men and Young Men. Our Greatest Value This Fall ... This Range Has Everything, * " SUITS Hart Schtffuer ft M*rx Scbaffuer & Harx and $33.50 ^Iji* ffff ifer *S w^^ 's and Y«W* Fall All Wool te&

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