Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1939 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 11, 1939
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tJorothy Kuchynka, flute; Ruesell Buchanan, baritone euphonium; and Rttby Turner, string bass. Mrs. tXtoon Attleson and Mrs. Sylvia Oiinh Will accompany them. The same pupils'gave selections before the Rotary club Monday noon, and Doris Jane Sorenaen accompanied tMrothy King in an alto clarinet selection, Mcsdames Attleson and Ounn accompanying the others. , KOS3UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, tOWA PAGE SEVEN TOWA ^LOCALS ', WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11-12 AUTRY In ROSELLA TOWNE ROSE* "Adventures of Jane Arden" THRU SATURDAY, APRIL 18-15 Attorneys Linnan and Lynch were trying a case at Clarion Monday, Borothy Mawdsley, who attends Drake university, Des Moines, spent the Easter holidays at her father E. R. Mawdsley's, near Irv-1 ington. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Nugent, of Spencer, drove to Algona for Easier Sunday with Mrs. Nugent's father, Fred Anderson, and with Mr. Nugent'e mother. Allen Buchanan, bookkeeper at the Milwaukee railroad supply house at Mason City, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan. Until Carlisle, who teaches the sixth and seventh grades at Janes- vllle, spent the week-en : d with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlisle, Whltlemore. I'ostnmstcr and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, with theif daughter Sheila, spent Easter Sunday at Emmetsburg with Mrs. Sullivan's mother, Mrs. Daniel Kelly. ven, at Sexton, and she will go home late In the week to clerk in a ntore. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Larson are parents of an 11-lb. 10-oz. boy, born Friday morning at the General hospital. The Larsons have one other boy, now five years old. Mr. Larson runs the Algona Fort Dodge bus. Mr. and Mrs. 'Edward Wilklns have moved to the L. F; Rice upstairs apartment at 403 west McGregor. They had been living In a Copp apartment on south Minnesota. Mr. Wllkins Is a salesman, Mrs 1 : Wilkins a beauty operator at Morrison's. C. G. Lighter, Ocheyedan editor, and his wife were here Saturday night and Sunday, guests at LeRoy McWhorter's. Mrs. McWhorter is Mrs. Lighter's sister, and Mr. Lighter is a cousin of Clinton Lighter, manager of the local Miller lumberyard. Bob Deirel, sophomore at the State tThiveraity ot towa, took five other students back with him Monday afternoon: Harry .and, Isabel Greenberg, John Bishop, John Spencer, and Dick Norton., Harry Is a sophomore* Isabel a senior, the two "Johns" Juniors, and Dick a freshman. Bolb has the family car for two weeks. Harold Strelt has returned to Chicago, after last week at his grandfather Anton Strett's. He will be graduated from the Loyola university medical college, in June and will then serve as interne in the Chicago Mercy hospital. Harold is a graduate of the local academy and his class was first to be graduated by the academy. Mrs. J, T. Chrlschllles and Adela Tlufschmldt left Thursday for Spring Valley, Minn, for Easter and the week with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nlelander. Mr. Nlelantier is a brother of Mrs. Chrischlllee; his wife is Miss Hufschmidt's sister. Miss Hufschmldt, who had been visiting Mrs. Chrlschilles, will return to her home at Lansing. W. T. Maakestad, Ames, was here last Thursday, en route to Whittemore, where he was to attend a farmers elevator meeting. ! From Whittemore he was to go to visitors will return to Tennessee ate In the week. George Jr. still .caches industrial arts in the Snoxvllle* high school. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus are parents of a son, born Friday, weight 8 Ibs. B ozs. The baby, a first child, has been named John Howard. Mrs. Ramus, the former Thelma Witham, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham, farmers near Algona, and a granddaughter of Mrs. Hattie Witham, Aigona. This is the latter's ninth great- grandchild. Mr. Ramus is in McGuire road building employ. Under date of March 31, H. O Buell, who, with Mrs. Buell, spends winters at St. Petersburg, Fla. wrote to direct that his Advance be addressed to Burt. A card has also been received from Mrs. A Hutchison, who had spent three months at Deland, Fla., with the W. F. Walkers. She is now with her daughters at Evanston, 111 for a few weeks and Mr. and Mrs Walker are visiting a son there. "Pick" Keen goes back to Co< co'lnpe, Cedar Rapids, today, afte n i-on.k here with his parents, Mr -•nl Mr,-. R. J. Keen. He plays French horn and made a tour wit the college band to Chicago an with the daughter Joyce, vion.cn i , Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hossman at -? na „ . ... . „„ Eagle Grove Sunday. Mrs. Hoss-i bler ' Corlwith, since man is Frank's sister. TCvelyn Smith, teacher at Carscvn, nd her sister Louise, freshman at he I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, ,were faster holiday guests of their nether, Mr. A. H. Stock. Dorothy Blinkmnn, of Fairmont, Mrs. John CnnnlngH, Arkansas, pe ^ ^ gwea ^ £oj . City, who had been visiting, the l, mllar meetings . Mr . Maakestad is !°Tl r .!.^ r i. M ";- C Mt P n±:i ^ill in state college extension employ.. It is now some years since he served as county agent here. Mrs. George Manus and Mrs. Burt. were guests other points before coming home 'wo weeks from noV he will go on , four-day tour with the college a apella choir to Mihneaipolls, Charles City, and other points. He •ecently gave a tenor solo via radio 'rom Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Banker, Raw- ins, Wyo., left yesterday after two weeks at Baker L. F. Rice's. Mr. Banker is a brother of Mrs. Rice. The Rices and the Bankers spent part of last week at Chicago and Milwaukee. Mrs. Ethlyn Banker spent the week at Fort Dodge with her daughter, Mrs. R. M. Gill, but on Easter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Gill brought her back and were dinner guests at Rice's. Mrs. Rice Saturday to attend sales meeting. A PHYSICAL EXAMINATION operates a sandwich shop. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle, with their two children, were at Des Moines and Perry over the weekend, on a business and pleasure trip. They visited Mr. Tuttle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tuttle, of Des Moines and Mrs. Tuttle's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell Perry. Mrs. Burrell came here with them for a week's visit. Mr Tuttlo left for Sioux Falls, thi morning to attend a Northwestern drug show. He expected to return Friday, and will go to Minneapoli a drUgmen'« f BEE/FOR YOUR TRUSTY WATCH Stop in lodiy »nd let our expert) intptcl ind rejulale your witch. Juft like your automobile, periodic examination! of your w»tch re- mlt in the preventing of minor troubles, from which develope expensive repair jobs. PAUL HAMILL Registered Watchmaker —at— Barker Drug Store SERIAL, "LONE RANGE RIDER" kmine Sunday-Wed., April 16-17—Martha Rayc, Bob Hope in "Neyer S.iy Die," the punch laugh Hit of the season. Plus "Mysteries of Mr. Wong," with Boris Karloff. Mr. and Mrs. Dorn the holidays, Jeft for a new home at Webster City Monday. Mr. Sannings came. w , mam Heller> uurli wcre guesls for them Saturday. Friday oJt the former's sister, Mrs.' Mrs. Samuel Batenmn, OliveU w Gillesple, and Marlene, _ateman, Mrs. T. C. Fielder, and daughter of the GUlespies, went to Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Schwandt, all Dm . t wltn Mrs. -Manus for the .,„,„..., „. , Ul ,„._ .-. Webster City, •were Sunday we ek-end. Mr. Manus manages an visited in Algona Sunday. She is a guesta of the A. A. Sterlings Olive, oll sta tion, and Mr. Holler is editor daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mrs. Fielder, and Mrs. Sterling are ot the Burt Monitor. Mrs. Heller is Blinkmaii, and her father is a son daughters of Mrs. Bateman. a daughter of F. J, Balgeman, of of Mrs Lenore Peck here Phyllis Parsons has not been Whittemore, former supervisor. Marguerite Balziel, daughter of able to be at her work as ateno- J. B. Lowe left Saturday for the Mrs. E. W. Lusby, came Thursday grapher at the Linnan & Lynch week-end with his mother, Mrs. for the week-end at the Lusby law offices for a couple of weeks, Dan Lowe, at River Falls, Wls. On homo. She teaches physical train- and Gladys Stoeber, Fenton, who the way, he stopped at Rochester ing in the Kcwanee, 111., schools. had been working as assistant at to see A. E. Anderson, the gram Mrs. It, II. Bryan left Wednes- the office, is taking her place. man, who is recuperating from a Mary Louise Gllmore, sophomore recent major operation. Mr. Ander- at the State college, Ames, spent son has not yet had a second oper- tor, Mrs. W. D. Eaton. Mr. Eaton is I the Easter holidays with her .par- ation which' the doctors have ad- in Metropolitan Life employ here, ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, vised is necessary. Mr. and Mrs. and Meredith Richardson, , fresh- Anderson are at the Smalley man at Ames, visited her parents, House. Mr. and Mrs. B..P. Rtchardson. Barber and Mrs. S. J. Stehle are lloland Larson, junior at the having the" exterior of their home State college, Ames, spent the in the block south of the Algona week-end with his parents, Mr. and hotel remodeled. The front porch Mrs. A. V. Larson. He is majoring has been removed, except the corn- in chemistry. Roland's father op- ,er section at the\ east, and the crates the Diagonal street gas sta- whole exterior is to be covered tion next southwest of the Algona with asbestos shingles laid ove Ice Cream & Candy Factory. heavy building paper. The fron Lewis Ferguson, Iowa State for- walk will be extended up to th estry graduate, spent the week-end barber shop door. George L. Mill New tall - 2nd Anniversary Drive for 50 Miles! They're Worth it! We're Celebrating the Week of April 23-29 with Money-Back Guarantee. 3 OF THE GREAT 1939 SHOWS TUESDAY-WEDNES. ITHURS. THRU SATURDAY I <! ttlfi T»A"VS__ —3 BIG DAYS— Mrs. Raymond Irons and Mrs. Homer Anderson were at Spencer Friday. They called on the Reed Andersons and C-. J. Nugents. Reed is a brother of Homer and Mrs. Irons. Mrs. Hattie Stuart, Dubuque, wiht her daughter Bessie, was a week-end guest at Russell Cook's and Henry Johannsen's Jr. Mrs. Stuart is an aunt of Mrs. Johansen and Mr. Cook. ( Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rosewall, of SECOND ANNIVERSARY MONTH THURS.-FRLDAY Apr. 13-11 DES.-WEBNES., Apr. 11-18 <i •Continuous from 1 o'clock;-. IS ON! Zoomlnfintothe iky...not Knowing ilthtyihillmer ...toUmt thtytowl Special' 16c Thursday Mat. KAY FRANCIS WILLIAM GARGAN MAXIE ROSENBLOOM VICTOR JORY * » » Plus "Our Gang" Major Difficulties ,_ News Blue Earth, with their 'two sons, were Easter dinner guests of Mr. Rosewall's mother, . Mrs. Marie Rosewall. R. H. still has a men's clothing store there. If. F. Fnin was an Algona visitor Monday. All the old-timers among Kossuth farmers remember him as a leading Duroc Jersey breeder at Emmetsburg in wartime. He,now lives at Humboldt. Georgia Ann Geigel, school music teacher at 'Gushing, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel. She will present her pupils in a high school operetta this week Thursday evening. Tlioimis G..Seng, Chicago, was an Easter' holiday guest of Gertrude Zender. Ing today to Miss Zender is leav- resume studies 'at 'larke college, Dubuque, after Easer with her father, Frank C. Zener. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry, with he son Bill and Emirich Lamb, spent Easter at Mason City with the daughter Mrs. R. C. Berrie. Bill" and Emirich attend Creighton university, Omaha, and Mr. Tlerrie is employed in a printing shop. Bobby, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Becker, fell against a plum tree one day last week and suffered a gash in the forehead which required two stitches to close. Mr. Becker is employed at the local creamery. Alice t'onip, Winterset, is now with his mother, Mrs. Wm. K. Fer- er has the contract, guson. Mrs. Ferguson and Lewis Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman were at Rushford, Minn., Sunday, Jr., Knoxville, Tenn., with their visiting the son John, employed in daughter Joanna, arrived Saturday a Botsford lumberyard. John came for a visit with Mr. Hackman s with them for a week's vacation. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Tyler and .Hackman Sr., south of Algona, and Mrs. E. L. Hill, all of Des Moines, with George Jr.'s sister, Mrs. Fred were week-end guests of E. E. Geigel, southeast of Algona. The Doughlas, of the Cummings store, an-d Mrs. Douglas. The latter is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler, and Mr. Doughlas is a grandson of Mrs. Hill. Mr. Tyler is a-building] contractor at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Pelisek, with five daughters, spent last week at Tama and Grinnell. They visited Mr. Pelisek's sister, Mrs. Floyd Todd, Tama, and Mrs. Pelisek's . sister, Mrs. Clifton Schultz, and the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Martinson, at Grinnell. Mr.' Pelisek is local express agent. W. A. Slgsbee has returned from Marion'ville, a town of 1400 inhabitants 20 miles south .of Springfield, Mo., where he had spent the last two and one-half years. He had a small fruit and poultry ranch there. The fruit was mostly apples, peaches, and pears. He leased the place and sold the lease. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Pau^ Anderson, Des Moines, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson are parents of R. W., who has been sick SUNDAY-MONDAY LBEBT 21 zv«AMECHE John BARRYMOP.E Francis LEDEREK MaryAstor Elaine Barrio Paramount Picture Ping "Bars and Stripes Forever" Walt Disney's Polar Trappers th»*' World rremler ..^ 51 arch of Time 'Gold Hush l»a/e' First uncensored pictures from Japan. What is Japan's part in the Rome-Berlin Tokio axis? Need America fear Japan? See all here. 15-1«-17 spending this week with her aunt, Mrs. L. S. Muckey. She spent last week with another aunt, Mrs. Ste- for some weeks and has been unable to be at work for the telephone company. SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY, A Continuous show Saturday-Sim.-Mon. 2 P. M. THEY WERE "SMART" BEFORE.,, BUT WAIT1L YOU §EE 'EM PARADE of PROGRESS GRAND SAVING ON NATIONALLY KNOWN GROCERY PRODUCTS Thousands nowjme up to lOc a pound on fine, fresh Coffee EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 3 U). can 39J SHREDDED WHEAT 12-Oi8. pkg. 12* SNO-^HEEN CAKE FLOUR 44-oz curmnt ' <?mpe ' MORTON'S Plain or lo'dTzed Salt -2 26-oz. pkgs. 17* $&1»mf^~-£?~- * -m *S* SR SUDS"MS/. Pkg. 19* - 69.0,. pkg. 53* AND UP •""3B Swiss Choc. Health Ovalllne, 6-oz. can 14-oz. can 59c H. B, C Premium Crackers, Mb. box if* Ann Page »repared Spaghetti 2 15% «?, cans ~,-I*f Gorton's ..--. Codfish, 8*oz, ww w Clapp's B»by fa 0 **. The new taste Corn Kix 2 7-oz. pkgs, __, FRUITS ASW Y»<J«f 4BIES California Narel ORANGES,' 2Q/* size 888, ? *we» -««£*' North. Grgwn See* ftt&S OHIO'S, $| QK 100,tt. to* TlV^o COBBLERS, $f fiQ IMMb, bag ..- .$4«P<J FOOD STORES The model illustrated is the Buick SPECIAL model 41 four-door touring sedan $996 delivered at Flint, Mich,* Y OU'VE probably noticed that most of the folks who drive Buicks come back again and again to this great automobile when it's time to buy a new car. There are two reasons for that. One's a money reason, the other's a pleasure reason. Sticking to Buick means you're sure every year that you're getting top value, and no hunting all over town to find it. ddi'vercd flint, Mich at *Pri abject that's livelier and smoother and thriftier than engines of other type. Year after year you'll travel in comfort — the smooth, easy, -level- going comfort of the torque-tube drive and BuiCoil Springing, sailing along on a staunch and sturdy chassis that holds you true and steady to your course. You always have room in a Buick, -and this year you've a new and broader outlook through 412 added Repeating on Buick means that sea- square inches of safety plate glass, son after seasonal* ride behind the ' And you're leading the style parade .ablest eight of its size m the world —the Buick valve-in-head straight" eight, *»t power* h o u • e -no doubt about that-with appear- #nce that's like a leaf from tomorrow's book. All of which adds WP» you'll find, to satisfaction so complete that once change •without notice. Trantparta- tion, state and local taxtt (if any), optional equipment and actuaries — you've got the Buick driving habit, no other car quite seems to measure up, Now this big strong resilient straight-eight costs less than you think. It's priced lower than a year ago—even below some sixes. So why not simplify your car-buying for all -time — get that smart Buick riding habit now, 4 In no other way that we knpw can you make sure of having so much fun, Or of getting so much V0/*# for every penny you spend I Better buy ALGONA, tOWA EAST 8TATB YOMtiTA &&: ! or */b

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