Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1930 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 4, 1930
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Lift 4. mo. **« SPELLS Th*m C6*M d* thle pre,OT. .feoziftt Is duo to m* action; It immedi- i th* irritation and fcoea . ib -» _.. - „ 4 i .1 • ^^ liai cAtise not medicines, The usually stope e mw.v oWtlttAte cough. ^..Itti J* »l*a«uit taatlng and fttfr in* vWndte family. Your .^y wilt be refunded It It does ,1 give better and quicker relief iMUfrhu'or-iore thiroat than any" g you hate ev^er tried. Put up i y {of U«« in 85c, 60c, and $1.00 .le'j, Sold by Lueby Drug Co., I all other Bood drug stores. (2) SHULTZ RE CTAL CLINIC COSaUTH COUNTY ADVANCE; ALQOKA. IOWA PROCTOLOQY 2lt? < hemorrh °Ws) cured without operation, other rectal conditions.. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost 218-219.220 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOU5 ^MM(~SS««= COKE BOUGHT RIGHT A«JVV IF. S. NORTON & SON are waiting to do you a good I turn by introducing, you to that modern fuel, Petro- pleum coke. We are exclusive agents for this splendid pfuel, so call us up. Phone 229 and we will be glad to send a representative to tell you all about coke and to use it, at no obligation to you. F. S. Norton & Son * Phone 229 CURT WOMEN ATTEND UNION M,-D, MEETING Dec. 4—The Union Mothers and Daughters club recently met with Mrs, Ada Will. A paper on What Are We Doing for Self Education? was rend hy Mrs. Sadie and •Schenck. Due to bad roads weather some persona on the pro- nrtim were unable to attend. Mrs. Maymo Hoflus, Airs. G. J. F. Vogei, and Mrs. L. H. Schenck attended from Burt. Final plans were:: laid for the annual banquet at the Burt Methodist church this week Thursday, when Representative-elect A. H. Bonnstotter, West Bend, will Inch lef speaker. Woman's Club Meets Monday— The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. H. O. Buell's; Ellen Schr'yver, assisting hostess. The program consisted of roll call, Latin-American poet or novelist; High Lights of Spanish Amerfcnn Literature, Mrs. G. L. Carroll; The Stone Desert, a novel of the Argen- Minn., where they npent two weeks at the home of their son, Peter Murray. Mr. and Mm. S. M, Peterson and nor daughter Lorena took Brha Peterson to Cedar Falls Sunday Brna Is attending college there. The Jay D. Graham, J. G. Sc- wtck, and Raymond Housour families were Thanksgiving dinner guests at ,l. T. Graham's, Algona. Mrs. Carl Bahling and Mru. L. O. Bush gave an P. B, follow-up lesson on kitchen equipment at the former's home Monday. Ii'ma Davlson, Sioux Rapids teacher, «pont her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. .1. Davlson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Gaston left'Fri- day tor their home at Phoenix, Ariz. They had spent Hevcral months at the Meinzcr home. Mr. and Mrs. j. C. Whitney went to Maxwell Wednesday and visited Mrs. Whitney's sister. turned home Friday. They re Mr. and Mrs. H. K Tlmmel spent the Thanksgiving vacation with an aunt of Mrs. Timmel at Sioux FUlte Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir ami their son .spent Thanksgiving witl Mrs, Welr'H parents at Esthervllle Winsome Volentine, teaching a' Knnborn, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her parents. Anna Overguard spent the Irt tine, Hugo West, author, Mrs. C. O. j Thunksgivlng vacation with her Bailey; Portugese Influence, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel; Canaan, Grace Or- nnha, Brunei, author, Mrs. W, T. Peters. Women Hold V. 15. School _ An all-clay county Farm Bureau' rrieeting was held at the Masonic hall Friday. It was a school on now to emancipate farm homes from drudgery, and was conducted by Xord Davis, Ames. This was the third lesson, and was on improvement of home grounds. Thirty township leaders and others took the lew-, son. A cafeteria lunch was served :it noon. Burt Gleaners Hear Program— The Gleaners will meet next week Wednesday at Mrs. F. L. Rycraon's. The following program has been planned: roll call, Christmas Thoughts; community singing; Christmas story, Mrs. W. A. Stoutenburg. The program will close with carols and games. II. S. 'Alumni Plan Banquet— A meeting of officers and committees of the high school alumni association will be held at H. A. Thompson's this week Wednesday evening to lay plans for the annual Christmas banquet. Mrs.-F. L. Ryerson Is president; Lottie Hawcott, secretary. Stop - Look - Listen! Free! Free! A Beautiful 40-piece Dinner Set with each Guaranteed Circulating Heater County 'Aiix' to Meet Here— The county Legion Auxiliary will meet next week Tuesday afternoon the Titonka Methodist church. Mrs. Madeline See, district committeewoman, is to attend. This is expected to be one of the outstanding meetings of the year. AW Plans Bazaar, Supper— The Methodist Aid society will meet this week Wednesday at the parsonage, Mrs. J. E. Clifton and Mrs, C. S. Coffin hostesses. The. society plans a bazaar and dinner at the church Friday, December 12. Mrs. Stewart's Birthday Observed- Friends and neighbors of Mrs. D. B. Stew'ai-t surprised (her by going to her home last week Monday afternoon to help her celebrate her 58th birthday. The . afternoon was spent In games and visiting. Mrs. Albert Bleich Sick- Mrs. V- E. Bleich was called to Carroll last week Tuesday by news of the illnees of her daughter-in- law, Mrs. Albert Bleich. Juniors Give Ptey Tonight— A Parlor .Furnace Price '79.50 - '89.50 •C Farmers 9 General Store HOBARJON WHO'S : the BOSS! You or your The junior class will present the play, "Amusln 1 Susan,"" a three-oct comedy at the BeKone theater this week Thursday evening. Make Garments for Hospitals— Kossuth Chapter No. 201, O. E. S. will hold a monthly meeting n«x1 week Tuesday evening, and officers will be elected. Other Burt News. The Rev. J. E. Clifton and hfc. family spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Clifton's mother at Marathon Friday they visited the Rev. Mr Clifton's cousin at Newell. They came back by way of WestBend and Juanlta Hansen, friend of Phyl 11s came home with them. Her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hansen came for her Sunday and spent the day at the Clifton home. Mrs. William Schwietert, daughtei Clara, and son John drove to Des Moinea last .Thursday morning and visited Lorena, Myrtle, and Helen Schwietert till Saturday. Mary Hunt, fellow teacher of Clara a Dolllver, accompanied them, DU went on to Swan to visit her par ents. The Sir's returned .to theii school work Sunday. * Amorisr- ; Burf college^, students -spending THanksglvlng at were Wesley Bernhard, Bottln, WepSell Patt^son, John Schrpeder arid Raymond, Bleich Ames, Helen Thompson, Coe an Irine Aten, Buena Vista colteg* Thei August .Stroms , and Pa,u Algona, Alfred Matson, hla . t'ta CftBNApffi coal ihow the furnace •in'i *^»* boit jo your bouicMpW! So much la* rf full^eat fuel that ywt trip* w the <2U« we cut w* not golf »ews a saving of parents at Cedar Falls. Orville Stow spent Thanksgiving \vlth his parents, returning to Lakefield, Minn., Saturday. The C. C. Smiths were Sunday dinner guests at the A. II. Fuchs home, Bancroft. J. P. Trunkhlll was confined to bed with tbf "flu" early in the week. The W. H. Baileys, Marshall, Minn., visited Friday at C. O. Bailey's. The O. G. Schmidts, Buffalo Center, visited Burt friends Sunday. The Ivan Longs, Swea City, were Sunday guests at John Long's. The ,T. H. Grahams visited their son O. H. at Fenton Sunday. WESLEYlJAN'S MOTHER, NEAR HARDY. PASSES Wesley, Dec. 2 — Mrs. F. B. Mullin, Hardy, died at her home on the evening of Thanksgiving day. She was the mtoher of Vee Mullin, Wesley. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church at Lu Verne, their former home, Saturday after- oon. Mrs. Mullin was 60 years o£ ge. Pneumonia, was the immed- ite cause of death but she had been 1 for three months with rheuma- sm and heart disease, and in fall ig health for three years. She survived by her husband and five lildren; 'Vee, Benjamin, Olive Hanon, Orrle, and Ivan. There are even grandchildren. Her maiden ame was Hattle Tannahill, and in illdhood she became a member of he Little Brown church (Congre- atlonal), near Nashua. Her father elped erect the building. Vee spent ractically all his time. with his mother from last week Monday till er death. Theron Hansen substi- uted on the mail route. Mrs. Hopkins Goes Traveling- Mrs. Ben Hopkins visited relatives .j Nebraska over Thanksgiving, eing gone from last week Wednesday afternoon to Sunday morning, spent Thanksgiving .day with icr mother, Mrs. Sarah Bison, at Grand Island, Neb.,, and briefly /isited a brother at Norfolk, Neb: She stopped at Wayne, Neb., on jusiness connected with the estate if'her late sister, Mrs. Ruth Laham, at LeMars. Monday morn- ne ahe resumed work as station .gent at Hutchins. , Surprise tor Mrs. Hans Hansen— Mrs. Hans Hansen was the happy victim of a surprise Sunday, in honor of her birthday. Twenty-five or more relatives and friends came after church, bringing a dinner com' a collision near touricah last week Tuesday afternoon. MM. Daisy dleastth, Mound City, 111., IB visiting her sister, Mrs. Butts. County Auxiliary to Meet.. ^Members of the Legion Auxiliary will attend the quarterly meeting at Titonka, Tuesday, December 9. It will be held in the Methodist church, convening at 2:30 P. m. Mrs. Madeline See, Laurens, Tenth district commltteewoman, will be present and speak. Mrs. Morion Paulson Here— Mrs. ^Marlon Paulson came from Minneapolis Friday to stay with her mother, Mrs. Peter Skow, who is not well. Mrs. Paulson was •teaching part time in ' v the Bible Institute, and other teachers will care for her classes temporarily. School to l> e Close,! Friday— Miss Conrad was absent from school Monday because of illness. There will be no school thiff week Friday, because of Teachers' Institute in Algona. Other Wesley Jfews. Margaret Looft, Winthrop, and Grace, Waterloo, spent Thanksgiving with their mother. The John Hutchisons were at New Providence. The Leo Hanlgs entertained the Isadore and Will Mayer families, St. Benedict, the Alfred Erdmans, Ijou Goetze.s, nnd Mrs. Kate Kennedy. Lucille Kunss entertained a nurse friend, Miss Kuhn, Fort Atkinson. The Henry Loofts were with her parents at Seneca, the 8wen Nelsons at their daughter's, Mrs. Nels Hansen, and Mrs. Agatha Haverly at Alf Studer's. The E. Goodnows, Algona, visited over Thanksgiving with a daughter, Mrs. Herman Ostercamp, in -Orthel township, and returned home Sunday. The Earl Goodnows, MOTHER DIES; LEAVES THREE LITTLE GIRLS Bancroft, Dec. 4 — Mrs. W. E. Qulnn passed away at the Colonial hospital, Rochester, Minn,, at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon. She had been a patient there for some eight weeks and every effort was put forth.to save her life, but she gradually grew weaker. It was only during the Past week that her case, which had baffled Rochester doctors, seemed hopeless. The body was brought to Bancroft Sunday evening. She is survived by Mr. Qulnn; three small daughters, the oldest 0 years old, and the youngest eight weeks; her mother, Mrs. Mary Lattlmer; and several brothers .and sisters. Funeral arrangements have not been made at this writing. Stiiilonts Home for Thanksgiving— Several college Thanksgiving at students their spent homes. Mason City, were Sunday guests of his sister, Mrs. Herman Ostercamp. Miss Beck visited over Thanksgiving at Ringsted, and was an invited guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Christenson, who observed their silver wedding, and kept open house Friday afternoon and evening, when more than 100 friends called. The Methodist W. F. M. S. will hold its November meeting at ifrs. Raymond Hanson's this week Friday. The Aid will meet with Mrs. Among them were Doris Pearson and Julia Vaske, students at Mankato Commercial college; Amoritu Sohi'tz, the Good Council Academy, Mankato; and Agnes Olson, and Oustavus Adolphus, St. Peter, Minn. Teachers Awny for Thanksgiving-— Marion Thurn and Georgia Carmean, teachers in the local school left last week Wednesday evening for Manchester, where the former spent Thanksgiving vacation at home. Mjss Carmean went on to Rockford, 111., where she visited at Earl Elliot's. Operation Patient Is Improving— Margaret Quinn, who underwent an operation for adhesions last week Monday, Is improving rapidly and will soon be able to be up and Welp, and Mr. and Mrs. M. X Saundera. "•Mr. and ttfs. R. E. Hutton drove to Minneapolis 'Thursday to spend Thanksgiving with their daughter; Doris, a. student at the state University of Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Sceney spent Thanksgiving t.t Ottumwa with the latter's sister, Mrs. Charles Lucb> tor. Reglna and Frances Berens spent the week-end at Omaha with their sisters, Mrs. Lee Brown and Leona Berens. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Bruer went to Hartley Jast week Wednesday to attend the funeral of the latter's sister. The, Charles Bakers and the M. A. Saunders were Thanksgiving dinner giwsts at the Walter Weip's, Huiiiholdt. Mrs. Lyle Dickey and Mrs. Howard Jones, Ames, spent last week with their parents, the John Schneldei-s. Mrs. Leo Klocke, Hollandale, Minn., and children are guests at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J Merrill. Harold Pohlman, high school coach, spent the Thanksgiving vacation at his home at Melvln. Patricia Eileen, eight-weeks-old daughter of W. E. Qulnn, is seriously ill. The A. A. Howe family, Buffalo Center, wer e Thanksgiving dinner guests at E. A. Howe's. . Rudolph, Gertrude, and Reglna Fangman spent last Thursday with their brother Lawrence at Alta. E. K. Hulterstrum, Baraboo, town last week. Louise Klocke, Hollandale, Minn., is visiting the Charles Kollasch's. Leona Sandschulte, Mason City, pent the week-end at home. Harry Cutler started work in Bradley's Cafe lost week. around. Dr. R. M. gona, assisted Dr. J. the operation. Wallace, Al A. Devine in home Fernley * substantial wducuaaot . son, and the \VlHis BUsborpughs, Armstrong and the J. G. .Sewlcka and F. O. Stows were Sunday din ner guests at Jay P. Graham's. I was Mrs. Graham's birthday. Mrs. A. N. Jensen was hostess, t the Region Auxiliary last week Tuesday afternoon. The women •ewed garments- for hospitals. They have also collected tf large numbe of garments for children of ex-ser «a ***«*< <* smk* ro oV*4 b»c¥ into their towi, bouse Ss°t wWfr T*ey »umn»r months pn, Amesbury afternoon; hostess. Virginia this Mrs. week Wednesday Benton, assistant Benton, who is taking a business course at Mankato, spent Thanksgiving with her parents. The Haynes girls, also Mankato, were at home, and Mildred Benton, who •teaches at Holstein. Homer Lawson took his son Richard to Ames Sunday, and returned Russell to Des' Moines, where he is attending- the Capital City Commercial college. Anna Wester went to Ames with them. Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Ulrich Dornbier were her son Clarence, Clarence's wife and their son Dale, also Fedellsh Stuflick and Carroll Potter, the 'last of Algona. The Olaf Funnemarks attended church services at the Seneca' Lutheran .church the morning of Thanksgiving day, and a, bazaar which was held in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boettcher and Mr. and Mrs. Pred Hlngsdorf, Burt, called at the A. E. Giddings home Sunday, and took Grandpa Giddings home for a visit. The John Ormsbys visited his sister, Mrs. Robert Kirschbaum, at Garner Sunday, and made acquaintance of a new niece, Rose Marie Kirschbaum. v L. P. Oleson and his brother Ole returned last week Wednesday from a trip by car to southern Nebraska, where they visited relatives, Mrs.. Vincent Klelnpeter and her new daughter went home to Fort Dodge Thanksgiving 1 day. ' -'•• Tom Nelson and his little, son were qute sick with flu last week. H. B. Teams Win and I/OBC— The boys' and girls' basket ball teams drove to Wesley last week Wednesday evening to play Wesley teams. The local girls won by a score of 37-11, but the boys lost 20-13. Twelfth Child for Coynes— A boy was born 'to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coyne last week Wednesday. This makes them a family of three boys and nine girls. Unhery Employe Sick 2 Days- Margaret Miller was sick and unable to attend to her duties at the bakery. Friday and Saturday and her sls<te r Florence substituted. • Other Bancroft News. Mrs. William Saunders and daugh ter Jeanette, returned to their home, Mendota, 111., Saturday after two weeks with relatives.here. They were accompanied home by Mrs Jerry Saunders, wh'o will spend th< winter there. Mary Doyle, who is teaching at Prairie du Sac, Wis., and Attor nev Harold Doyle, Tankton, S. D. spent last week with their parents the G. A. Doyles. Margaret and Ambrose "Welp Humboldt, spent the week-end with their grandparents, Mrs. Joseph WE DO NOT CHARGE WANT AD vertlsementfl. Cash, stamps, o orders.— tt check MUST accompany Advance. Worthq Purpose 1. To pay doctor Will. 2. To refinance your ear ami reduce payments. 'F 8. To buy livestock or chickens, 4. TO GET OUT OP DEBT — by grouping scattered bills where one uniform small payment' can to made each month. • PAYMENT SCHEDULE t 50—Repay I 3.55 (Month JlflO—Kcpny J 7.05 a Month $200—Repay (14.10 a Month $300— Repay $21.10 o Month Your furniture, nuto and live* stock may be nied as security. Wa •will be Rind to talk with you (confidentially, of course) nbout ar- rnnrcinR a tqnn to meet your needs. See CUNNINGHAM & LACY ALGONA Representing FEDERAL FINANCE CO. Des Molne* rt | Your Christmas "gift money" ji •*where will it, be next year? That money you received as a gift or bonus . . . will you still have something to show for it next year? It's so easy, you know, to fritter it away for odds and ends, and then wish you hadn't, ... So why not invest it in something that will bring you lasting satisfaction—not only next year, but for many years to come. Invest it in a fine diamond! We will gladly help you make a wise selection. Char *n ton- tO diamondl. hir dlamond- utGnunt from tlU A. H. Borchardt JEWELRY plete, even to a birthday cake with :andles. The Rev. and Mrs. Moore were of the party. The afternoon was spent in conversation, and gifts were left for the hostess. Former WWleyans Hunt Deer— Ed Studer, Excelsior, Minn., and his sons Raymond and Herbert returned home last week following a lunting trip in northern Minnesota, when each "bagged" a deer. They reported that during the hunting season in that region, five men had had been drowned and thirty-one accldntally shot and killed. Preaches at First Charge— The Rev. and Mrs, C. H. Moore returned Saturday afternoon, having spent Thanksgiving with a daughter at Madison, S. D. While there, Mr, Moore was called to Wynot, Neb., to conduct a funeral service In the parish which was his first charge after he entered the ministry, $2 years ago. Gun Wound Beeowei Ufected— Clayton Conner, vho was accl. dentally injured while hunting during the pheasant season near Wesley , has suffered Infection In his fingera, and haa been . unable to.' work for the past montl). He returned to Popejpy Saluraay. He will be laid up for at leai»t another month. Hn. Butt. .. t Mr. and Mrs. Guy |«, Butts attended funeral service* for her brother, A. W. EMere, ftt the First Methodist church. Mason City, Frt' day afternoon. Mr. EJilere vas kill- torotrudln, likely tol allng power of th» rare, 1m. Inese Herb, which fortifies Dr. llxon'* Chlnarold. It'« the newest JTMtect acting- treatment out. . eat* and. comfort In ______ ininutec ao that you can work. a»d enjoy, life while' It, continue* Ita thinff, healing action. Don't de- Act In time to avoid a danger* •oot lay. OUB and co Kfzon'a Chln antee to aat .worth 100 timei the •mall co»t or, £. W. tUSBT'S BBUG STORE *tly operation. Try Dr. lnaroid under our guar- tUfy completely and be timei the •mall money back. YEUJOW Feed Ground . —right on four own farm at extremely low prices! Let us do your grinding next time, We "will^rlve out to your farm absolutely free and grind your feed at extra low prices. No job too small or too large. Prompt day and night service. You save time, trouble, and money. Save tnis ad. 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