Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 4, 1930 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 4, 1930
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4. 1980. ? i * < & SANBORIV SEAL BRAND Dated Coffee 39c Pound Can Our Christmas trees are here—all sizes. Headquarters for Church n,,,i School Trees. I Big assortment of candy and nuts, and all kinds of I lancjr groceries for Christmas. Buy your makings for the Christmas Fruit Cake— I? •mince meat and puddings—now. Long's Grocery STORES} Friday and Saturday Specials Peanut Brittle POUND 15c NEW CROP WALNUTS POUND 25c HOC, COVERED CHERRIES ™r 29c PEACHES 2 LARGE NO. 2 1-2 CANS. "TULARE" BRAND Sliced and halves, in good syrup. 35c ALASKA PINK SALMON POUND CAN 15c SUPERB MINCE MEAT ESS" '25c BUCK FIGS 3 POUNDS 25c 25 POUND £4 ^ I « MORMNG LIGHT BVAKD STANDARD EVEBGEEEN 3 " CANS FOR _. 25c .IMA OR BUHER BEANS PER POUND SOUP BEANS LARGE NORTHERN 3 POUNDS FOR' TAG-CUT COFFEE STEEL CUT POUND CAN CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Everybody appreciates practical, useful presents suchiw— ^^ ' GENUINE eO OQ BEACON BLANKETS, EACH j^fc-^r VAPOR SEAL £O TO ALUMINUM COOKERS, EACH —*&• • * : WITH $5.00 PURCHASE , Mn.";F.;'L. TRIBON will hold a RUMMAGE SALE Friday and Saturday, December 5 and «. Miss Lettle Matson has had a shipment of goods to arrive too late for our recent sale, among them are an extra fine lot of silk and wool dresses, in all sizes and as t low as $3.25. We have a lot of blankets of the very best at the lowest price. Miss Matson has turned these goods over to me and told me to get what I could out of them. r ,The sale will be held in the building formerly occu- • pied by the Council Oak Store, across the street from Foster's Furniture Store. Come early and get your choice of size and color. Sale Starts at 9 a. in. Friday. Brer Rabbit MOLASSES CAN 19Cand 33C SUP. BRAND SAUERKAUT LARGE 4 KM CAN I PC Fresh Fruit Special* Amur .rnnir TEXAS swm^ GBAffE; fflUIT PER DOZEN TEXAS SWEATS J Qg BOTJ5HNBURG. ll-g BLACK TWIG $1-89 WINESAPS $1-79 U. S. STANPARD*4 QQ Bushel Basket W I «vw (Ait JSAUU* «***•«" *— WB»SSfc« UKOTA WOMEN HEAR TALK OH LANDSCAPING f'»kota, Dec. 2 — Mrs. Sachs and MI-.H. . )|. VVarhnrtfin, Uncoln town- ><i>lp. nncl Mosdamos .John Meetlttiid, Lewis, George Winter, and JCOS3UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA i f.Hitknccht, iUtondcil Hurra u school Ledyard »n all-day Farm :it Hurt. Friday. Nurd W. ttavls, extension landscapn specialist, giivn » lesson on home Mounds improvement. Landscape •ii-cliltecture Is an art which, deals with the arrangement of land and the objects on it for human use "i"i enjoyment. It denla with the planning of parks, cemeteries, cities, etc. But the most Important thins Is home grounds and their development. What trees to plant and a classified list ot shrubs, earn with the hottinlcal and the common name, nncl selection of the right shrub for the right place were also taught. Thirty men and women from different townships attended. Ex-l'aslor Hero Is KvnniccllHt— Mrs. Addle Seymour received a paper fnmi friends at Eldora one day last week which said the Kev. Frank Mathls was holding evangelistic meetings there and would continue at Innst two weeks. He bad just closed a series of meetings at ter Mrs. \Vard Davidson. They returned Sunday, . , . ' >e C. L. McCoys, Bancroft, the Henry Mitchells and Itaymond Winters, I,akota, and Lee Bstle, Led' yard, were Sunday guests at Ray Katie's. : The Kay ICstles spent Thanksgiving at c. L. McCoy's, near J3an- ci'oft. The jerry .Heetlands were dinner guests Sunday at P. G. Torino's. The Hcv. Mr. Frerklng and bis family went to Minneapolis lust week Wednesday to spend Thanks giving w iti, Ml . Mi prerklng's sis ter. Mrs. Lars Kelsem, Lukotn, and Mrs. Krettc, Buffalo Center, entertained the Lutheran Aid at Buffalo Center last week Wednesday. . The Louis Laucks and a daughter of the Carl Trumps,' Mrs. J Otis, Purest City, were Thanksgiving guests of the Trumps. William Diium and his daughter estates, play- ™sle returned last week from La golf courses, I Uroase, WIs., where Elsie takes Clear Lake. The Uev. Mr. Math Is was an-signed to the local Methodist church 33 years ago as pastor. He and his wife had been married only a few months then, and It was Prank's first charge. They later made their homo at Denver tor a number 0 |' years, and their children still live there. Mrs. Mathls travels wllh her husband and helps w lth his work. Dcclaiiiaturj \Vlmiors Arc Picked— The local junior declamatory con test was held last wee): Wednesday afternoon, and winners in the | oratorical class 'were Louis Price and Victor Thaves; in the dramatic class, Beth Harmiuist and Beverly Tamen; in humorous, Donald VVor- ley and Elgin Amelsburg. Winners in this contest and at Grant, Hwea City and J'wedyurd will divide, one half contesting at Grant, the other half here. A cup will be awarded to the school with the best score. The Kcv. F. o. Johnson, Mrs. W. 13. Ley, and Miss Muller were judges in the local contest. Infection Itc.siilts In Nels Gjerstad, east of Buffalo Center, uncle of Lars Larson, died a week ago Saturday night of blood- poisoning. Two weeks ago Monday, while he was handling chickens one of them scratched bis hand and infection resulted In his death. Mr. Gjerstad, who was 7B, left bis wife and five children, all of whom, except one son, live near Buffalo Center. The Cijerstnds were pioneer sett'.ers in west Winnebago county. Funeral services were held Wednesday at the Lutheran church. treatment for rheumatism. Charles Gutknecht took his sister Lena to Algona Sunday evening to catcb a train for- 1 Mason City to resume her school work. Mrs. W. is. Gutknecht and Emma went to Mason City last week Wedr nosclay to bring Lena home fov Thanksgiving. The Harold Madeskas, Elmore, find the William Ricklefs family, Titonka, visited the James Bruers Sunday. The nev. and Mrs. Boe.se nml Mrs. Zlelske were Fairmont shoppers one day last week. Mesdames Krall and Worley amlj Miss Davidson were Fairmont visitors Saturday. Mrs. Marie Johnston, Eathervllle, was a guest of the Neodbams lost week. latter's parents, Mr. nnd Mra. George Stoddord, Renwlck, and her sister, Mrs. C. C. Bunch, Ht. Louis. The Methodist Missionary society will meet this week Thursday nt Mrs. Charles Genrlch's. Some oc the women plan to attend a group meeting at Garner Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Plilpps and their little baby drove to Fort Wayne, Ind., for T/hanksgivlng with the Tiomo folks, and will be away for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. O'Connor had as Thanksgiving guests the Kev. and Mrs. p. Uraner, Mrs. Jennie Levier, Fred Tiede ,and Mayme Nairn n. George Kabele, Goldfleld, and his daughters Frances and Martha were at his daughter Mrs. Irvln Chapman's Sunday afternoon. Otto and Helen Kannlng and Mr. and Mrs. Mo.nry Sell, of Churtlan, were Thanksgiving guests at 'Rlclv arc! Kannlng's. The Arthur Ramus family, Mason City, spent Thanksgiving at the Wllllum Schultz and W'. IJ. Ramus homes. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peit7.ke and the F. A. Nlvers spent Thanksgiving day at R. L. Peltzke'sj Webster City. I. H. Benedict drove to Ocheye- clan Sunday to take his daughter, Mi's. Emll Meyer, and her children home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers were Thanksgiving guests ut the Harry home, Eagle Grove. Wednesday by defeating gt, John'e academy, Bancroft, 19-11 In a game on the local floor. Kleven Can Stock Shipped— Saturday night 11 cars of stock were shipped from here. The Farmers' elevator had one car, Raymond Krantz seven, and Wm. Schram three. PIONEER FARM WIFE NEAR LU VERNE PASSES Robert Thompson has returned to Dodge Center, Minn., after three weeks here, busking corn. Mrs. Harry vVon Draska visited her daughter, Mrs. Charles Boyle, Fort Dodge, last week. Teacher B. Zeltz spent his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents at Fiiirmont. Mrs. Flora. Raney and her: son Forest were here from Orlnnell for the week-end. Auto in Accident — Mrs. Clemens and 'Bob took the Moes to Minneapolis Saturday evening to catch a train for Spokane, Wash,, and on the way back to Red Wing, where they planned to spend the night with relatives, the car upset. It was snowing and the car skidded on icy pavement and turned over, breaking most of the glass windows, but not seriously damaging it otherwise. Mrs. Clem ens' back was wrenched, 'but Bob escaped injury. They came homo Sunday evening, Moes to liedalde of Stater— Mrs. Harry Moe received a message Saturday that her sister nt Spokane, Wash., had suffered a stroke and was not expected to .recover. Mr. Moe came from Iowa Falls in the afternoon, and Bob Clemens took them to Minneapolis, where they caught a train west, hoping to arrive before the sister died. There are only these two left of a family of seven. Lu Verne, Dec. 2 — The funeral of Mrs. Frank Mullin, who died at her late home, south of Hardy, last week Wednesday, was held at the Methodist church here at 2:30 Saturday afternoon, the Rev. H, A. Reyman officiating,, and burial was made in the local cemetery. The Royal Neighbors took part in the services at both the church and grave, and the senior women's Bible class attended the funeral in body. Mrs. Mullin was a, member of both lodge and class. Mrs. Mullin, whose maiden name was Hattie Mabel Tannahill, was born at Bradford, Chickasaw county, July 28, 18611, and married Frank B. Mullin May It," I.8S8. They lived In Chickasaw county, except two years in Linn, county, and one year in Missouri, till in- 181(8 they moved to Kossuth, near Lu Verne, where they farmed till they moved to Hardy in the spring if 11029. Of eight children three died in infancy. Surviving are Uevaughn Vee, Wfesley; Benjamin, Klemme; Mrs. Olive Hanson, Orre and Ivan, Hardy. There are seven grandchildren, one brother, Leonard Tan,- nahill, Forest City, and a sister, Mra, Rllla Doxsee, Bellingham, Wash. Fifty-One' at Family GutlierJn?— Mrs. W. A. Patterson gave her usual Thanksgiving day dinner, with ail relatives in attendance. She was, however, unable to. help prepare the meal, though not abed. Among many remembrances were a basket of fruit and mints from SCHOOL KIDS, TITONKA, GIVE "GOLDILOCKS" Other Tltonka. Mrs. Ethel Bennett and Mrs. Ingham, of California, are visiting the .1. F. Fishers. Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Fisher are daughters of Mrs. Ingham. The H. A. Frenches drove to Minneapolis last week Thursday to spend Thanksgiving with relatives. They returned Saturday. A number of club women planned to attend a county Federated Woman's club meeting .at Algona this week Tuesday. Mrs. Homer Downs will entertain the Woman's club Thursday evening, and Mrs. Emma Rachut will lead the'-lesson. . Ruth Miller, student at a Mason City business college, visited her parents, the O. B. Millers, over Thanksgiving. Mrs. H. O. Waller, Bigger, Sask., Canada, Is visiting Mrs. Sophie Con- rndi and Louise Conrad), who are relatives. The Logan and Raymond Keagles, of Minneapolis, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Relb- samen. Kermlt Larson, Iowa Falls, spent last week Wednesday ami Thursday with his parents, the L. B. Larsons. Doyle Craven and Albert Missal, who attend Dunwoodle school, Minneapolis, spent Thanksgiving'here. Hazel Budlong, Hampton, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with hei mother, Mrs. Frances Budlong. ,1. J. Cosgrove, Mason City, spenl several days last week with the .1. ,D. Breen*. Mrs. Eva Peterson has been bothered with sinus trouble for over a month. Bernice Bobbenhouse, Rudd, spent the week-end at the Andrew Peterson's. Mrs. Howe entertained the Afternoon Bridge club Monday. MIMEOGRAPHING H. W. Post Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load Insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draylng. PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa. . RELIABLEPRINTING . no order too small ADVANCE Algon*, Iowa LOOK OVER OUR WA&T-ADS- White's GROCERY SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SOAP — Assorted CAKES ______ Toilet Mrs. Albert llosmu Loses Mother- Mrs. Albert "Bosma's mother, Mrs. H. D. Heyen, died at De's Molnes last week Tuesday, aged '83. Fun eral services were held at the local Lutheran church, and the body was burled In the Lutheran cemetery beside the- grave of • her husband. She was the mother of three sons and five daughters, Mrs. Bosnia being the only one living near Lakota. Thave§ Cousins Visiting Here — Henry, Thaves and his sister dla, of Belle Fourche, S. D., are visiting their cousins, the local Thaves brothers and sisters. With Emma, Louise, and Lou Thaves and and Edward Thaves and h'is family they drove to Madrid Sunday to visit another cousin, Julius Thaves. Mm, I'terce's Father Sick— Lakota's. telephone manager, Mr, Pierce, and his.. family went to Ells worth for Thanksgiving ' with Mrs. Pierce's parents, Mr., and Mrs H; H, Keesee.-' Mrs. Plerpe found her father seriously, sick with bronchia:! .pneumonia, ,j but he ~thought to be improving. B. L, in Hard Times Social — The young folks of the local Epworth League had a hard times party in the church basement Friday night, with an attendance of 25. The evening was spent at games and telling hard time stories Lunch consisted of vegetable soup crackers , and cocoa. Mrs. John Steenhard Is Sick- Mrs. John Steenhard has been seriously ill a week from the effects of high blood pressure. She is 70 The U. H. Murrays spent Thanksgiving at Mrs- Murray's brother Peter Hanaen'a at Forest City She report* that her mother, who hud a hand Injured in a wringer is recovering and the bond will not be crippled. Charles and Emma Gutknecht en tertalned the, following persons at Thankigivjng dinner: the August and William Gutknechts, the -Roland Smiths, the Cert Kelnitzes Mrs, Delia Smith, and Henry Out . Q. Johnson's parents, Mr land Mrs- B-' C- P»'' n ^' andh-Of grandparents, named Moore, all of e. were Thanksgiving < here. They Iftt for lallfornla relatives and bouquets f cut flowers from relatives unable to be present. Her grand- hlldren presented her with a bou- iuet of large white and lavender hryaanthemums. The flowers vere used in the table decorations. Stlatives from out ot town were the G. Hagists, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chapman, Omaha; Mrs. Smil Meyer, Ocheyedan, and two children; the Ray Masons, Algona; the George Thompsons, Ledyard; and Mr. and Mrs. James Zwelfel, Corivith. Tuesday Club IB Entertained— Mrs. H. B. Peitzke was hostess to the Tuesday club last week, arid despite u blustery-:day there was a good attendance. Florence Hof •ead a paper on Education prepared )y Mrs, Lloyd Smith, a. resume of federation news was given, by Miw. Otto Marty, and roll call. was answered wi*h Thanksgiving quotations, Chloken Pie Supper Saturday— The Presbyterian Aid will give is annual chicken pie. supper and bazaar at the Community hall Saturday. Fancywork will be on sale after 3 o'clock, and all articles not sold will be offered at auction at- :er supper. There will be a food booth, a "white elephant" booth, and a fish pond. Anna AVurmbler Somewhat Better- Anna Warmbier, who has been seriously ill with heart trouble, seems to be improving. Mrs. Christina Boehmer, who makes htr home at WUiam Vaudt's west of town, has been sick. Ge.orge Schneider who had the flu, is up again at his son Fred's. . Tltonka, Dec. 2—An operetta was given by the grade pupils and a few of the high school students last week Monday and Tuesday nights in the high school auditorium. The grade pupils' in the cast of characters were: Harley Brandt, Alice Gartner, Harold Krantz, Byelyn Shultx, John Smldt, and Arthur Peterson; high school students—Evon Winter, Donald Banta, Clifton Shultz, and Violet Slack. There were also a number in chorus \\prk. Another play, "The Adventure of Goldilocks", was given the same night by younger pupils. The cast was as follows: Alice Kuchenreuther, as Goldilocks, Ida Eden, her mother, and Maynard Wiegand, -her father; Roger Larson, Father Bear; Pern Oesterreicher, Mother Bear; Paul Gartner, Baby Bear; and Harris Smith, Pan, the wood god. Other groups of pupils sang and danced. Legion 'Aux' to Meet Hers— The county Legion Auxiliary will meet at 2 o'clock next Tuesday nt the Methodist church here. /Mrs. Madelene See, district .committeewoman, will speak, and Mrs. F. H. Webster, Algona, county chairman, will preside. A: short program and lunch will be given by the Titonka unit. Students Home for Thanksgiving;— The John Pouelsens drove to Waterloo last week Wednesday after their daughter Hilda and Blanche Bufflngton, who attend Gates Business college there. Marie Buffington, teacher in the Garrison schools, also came home with them. The ANOTHER SCHOOL OF JOURNAL- ism, this one out on the Pacific coast, has written for sample copied of the Advance. Nearly every rec- ornizea school of journalism in the United States has had its students study Advance style. 45tf MAKE IT AN. ATWATER-KENT radio for that Christmas gift this year.—A. K. Cliff, dealer. 15ul2 MINCE MEAT— 2 LB JAR _____ PINEAPPLE Preserves 4jAR-~ ~~~59c APPLES — Jonathan PER BASKET:__ CO •5>O SOAP—Swift's Naptha- 4 f| BARS O*7 M I U FOR 27C MUSTARD— ' QUART JAR 19c MATCHES — Carton— 6 BOXES FOR 15c RAISINS— 4 ..LB. PACKAGE... 296 RESOMJT10NS. Resolutions of Condolence—The following resolutions were adopted by local camp of Algona Royal Neighbors of America, No. 2601,, at our hall November 13, 1930. Whereas the Supreme Ruler of the Universe having removed from our midst our worthy and loving Neighbor, Emma C. Godfredson, and Whereas our love a.nd respect for her as a member of our R. N. of A Camp makes it fitting that we give expression to our feelings at' this time. Therefore, Be It Resolved: That in her death our lodge has lost a valued and useful member; the community, an . honest and upright citizen. Resolved that our sympathy be extended to her relatives at this time, and that a page of our records be inscribed to her memory, and our Charter be draped for 30 days. Resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the relatives of the deceased and furnished to our local papers for publication. Committee Neighbors: ADBLLA HODGES ELLA HOHN. HEATERS! HOT AIR AND HOT WATER HOT WATER HEATERS FOR ALL CARS SPECIAL Seat covers for 1929 and 1930 Chevrolet cars—was . $13.00—while they last, $7; put on. ALCOHOL AND BRESTONE FREEZING SOLUTION Used Cars 1929 6-cyl. Chey. coupe 1926 Chevrolet sedan 192& Mod. A Tudor Ford Buick coach 1928 Dodge sedan 2 iTord 1-ton trucks, cheap 1929,6-cyl. Chev. coach Kohlhaas Bros. PHONE 200 To Spend Winter In Jf. M.— Mr. and Mrs. Adrian ,Tlss, Banna Switch, and their son. John left last Thursday tor Rossvllle, N. M,, Where they will spend the winter. They drove down and • if they like the country and the climate may make their home there, Adreut Services Next Sunday- Special advent serviots will be held at the Lutheran church next Sunday evening a t 7-.3Q. ^The Rev. Mr. Braner will preach In English. Former Pa»tor Calls Hero— The'Rev, and Mrs. Memmott and Mr. apd Mrs. Peterson, o£ "Williams, called on old friends hero Sunday iifterjjppn. Lv Verne New* The Ernest' Larimers, Jackson, Minn., anfl the Bert Larimers, Cheater,; S. I)., went home last Thursday, They came for • their father, AJe* J^arimer's funeral. Ernest and Pert were born and reared here. Both are station agents, ffl-nfc,.Chambers and Ed Hof '; entertained revives at fcrtn* dinner, among thwu the Ptcfc Ross family. Humboldt three returned to their 'work Sun- bay. • ','.-'• , ' . • •"'. • Walkers Move to Wisconsin— Mr. and Mrs. Lathan Walker, and family loaded their household goods last week Tuesday and left Markesau, Wis., where they will make their future home on a farm. Markesan, W'is., where they will make their future home on a. farm Feed Mill IN Improved— O. B, Miller, who owns the feed mill here, has.torn,'off part of -the roof of the m(U and has extended a structure on the roof, in this part- he had a corn-crusher installed. The corn is crushed'and ground with oatij to make feed for cattle. Mrs. Geo. Hanson to Montana- Mrs. George Hansen, Sr., left last Friday for Stevensyille, Mont., to visit a daughter, Mrs. S. L. Lamoreaux. From there she planned to go to Pasedena, Calif., to .visit a son, Leslie, and family. She will return In the spring. Visitor Suffers Broken Arm— A school friend of Albert Missal at Minneapolis, w.ho spent the weekend here, fell and broke his arm while skating In the rink Saturday evening. The .same arm had been broken In an auto accident not long before. . 900 R. B. Memberships Sold— About 200 memberships were sold during the' annual Red Cross roll call here, making some $200 from this vicinity. The drive was 100 per cent in this community and also in the Buffalo Consolidated school. Petenong Bacl( from Clink— Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson returned Friday from Rochester, Minn,, where Mr. Peterson went through J;he Mayo clinic, Mnj. Logan Keagle took care ot the post- office during their absence. Creamery' Get* »"»W Charter— The Titonka Co-operative creamery has-" received ^ charter from the office of the •secretary of state. August'Schram Is listed as president, and D. D. WellijMisen as secretary. Capital Is I2.VM. • Operation Subject Hop* Ajalii— Mrs. Fred A,damson ftRiJ Mrs. Fred Wentz -\yent to Mason CJity Saturday after Mr,' Adaraspn, wfeQ • recently i^^?P^%^l^^Wl^%.K^WM A living room madecdzy by placing one of our fine new Nachman spring' filled living room suites in it will fill these cold, long winter evenings with comfort and satisfaction. This is something the whole family will enjoy 'and really at a very nominal cost as we are now showing these fine suites in prices ranging from $57*50 up to $175.00 and remember—we take your old furniture in as part payment on the new. After seeing this line of suite and making comparison of quality and price, we are sure you will.be interested, .••••• OUR GIFT LINE IS THE MOST COMPLETE WE HAVE EVER SHOWN B«dlo Smoklug Sets had 'an operation for sinus trouble at the B. B, Team Bests St, The high school basketb,a^l team opened the season . Iftst _ week I Floor »nd I'oxivell Cb»Irs Foot Stools Lamps Desks Mirrors Sewing End fables v'J Please consider this of g^ods, Let's get to tp come,|& a^c| lopfe over ow fiueifte% Una each other better, ouy w^pe desire if tp

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