Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1930 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 11, 1930
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11. 1930. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AU3ONA. IOWA 13 Plate (4. <> [educed to $7.50 jrd batte*y, less money! What better reason could there be to* buying a genuine Ford Battery? Ford quantity manufacture could produce this r-powier battery to sell at such a price. And only uthorized Ford dealers sell it. 'he Ford battery is made for starting and lighting lihe Ford car. It is made to perform these services ay in and day out, year after year and at the lowest jgible coat. Thirteen plates, 6 volts, 80 ampere ,urs, In '* 'hard rubber case, for $7.60. It is backed r reliable battery inspection service. | Genuine Ford products give Genuine Ford service. KENT MOTOR CO. oie 4S4 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Sertlce— —Stlei -LET CHRISTMAS BE- 168 NOVEMBER WELFARE GASES ARE TREATED Curried over from lust month.. 89 New during month 12 Old—reopened during month ... 4 Mlnur service wises 2 108 Calls at office, 98 Culls to families 69 Culls for fumlHes 155 Letters 130 Telephone calls 98 Tuh'Kiums 1 Families receiving relict during ; month 53 Localities Vtalted in November. Outside Algona. ^ Bancroft 3 | Burl .1 Lu Verne 2 Sexton S Swea City I TltonUa ! WeHley Whlttemore Cresco township German township Harrison township Irvlngton township Portland township Whlttemoro township Outside County. Llvermoro 1'roblems 1'rcnented. Unemployment Tuberculosis Cancer Cardiac Syphillis Gonorrhea. Maternity Disease respiratory system 3 Chronic Illness 14 Acute Illness 8 Blindness , 1 Paralysed i or crippled 13 21 SIAMESE TWINS, VISITORS HERE, IN DIVORCE ACTION! I'REHIIYTKRIAV, J. T,. Ooleman, Minister—Morning theme next USn- day, "The Wnltlng Lad," a discussion that will touch the Interests o£ Some time ago the Advance re ported the brief stop at the Algona hotel o£ the famed Hilton Twins, Milwaukee, Wls. They are, so-called Siamese twins, joined together at birth by-a bridge of flesh and bone connecting their spines. Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner featured the girls in the magazine section in a story relating an unusual situation, The twins have been named corespondents In a divorce suit instituted by Mildred Oliver, who asserts that her husband, who traveled with the girls in vaudeville tours, as man ager, has transferred his affections at tho Kossutn H, W, MILLER IS ELECTED NEW KIWANIS PRESIDENT H. W. Miller was chosen presl dent O t the Ktwanls club last Thursday noon, winning by a close mar gin from 0. H. Taylor. Both can dictates made humorous "campaign 1 speeches during the balloting. A recent number o£ the Klwanlar club publication edited by T. H Chrlschlllea, made sensational new out of the claim that Mr. Taylo was running on a "wet" platform calling for drlplesa Ice cream conei D. 1). Paxson was chosen vlce-pres dent; .1. S. Auner, retiring preHiden vas elected district trustee; arid A. Vigars, L. H. quderian, ; «M ~n. vf. -Andrews were elected, to .... year terms on the board of directors. A. H. Sorchardt was elected lirector for one year to fill a. va ' cancy caused by the election of Mr. Miller. FOR »AJ,J3 Two electric popcorn I*opper». Qne stationary, other mounted on wngon. Good shape. —Call— H. H. L,u Verne, Iowa, READ THE WANT-ADS. HOME GIRL NAMED TO HEAD KOSSUTH HOSPITAL NURSES I Merle Norton has accepted a position as superintendent of nurses | home, state, and nation The evening hour will- be given over to the singing of favorite hymne. This is a service that both old and young can enjoy . . . The Sunday school Is going forward with Increasing in- tereHt, and the Y. P. S. C. B. calls for the attendance of all the youth of the church. from his wife to both twins. Pictures accompanying the Herald and Examiner's story Include one of an expensive home at San Antonio. The Impression Is NAZAREJfE, I. F. aietealf, Pastor — Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; lesson title, Saul of Tarsus; golden text, I count all things but loss for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord: for whom I have suffered the loss of all things, and do count them but dung, that I may win Christ (Phlllpplans. 3:8)... Morning worship, 11; Dr. J. W. Short, our district superintendent, will preach; also at night. FIRST LUTHERAN, C. E. Olsson, Pastor — The annual business meeting of the Dorcas society will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at Luther hall . . . For next Sunday: morning worship (communion ser- Hospital, to take office January 1. She is a graduate of the School of Nursing of the state university, and after gradua> given I "on she served as Instructor for that the sisters are wealthy. It is nurses at the university for several said tha Mrs. Oliver is suing for|y ears ' $250,000. The Herald and Examin er quotes a paragraph from Mrs. Oliver's complaint as follows: Plaintiff further states that this defendant told milled his relations with the Sla-, u« 0 r,ttoi v>,it "1 She has also served nurses' instructor at the Flnley Hos< pital, Dubuque, and at a Burling' ton hospital. Besides her duties at the Kossuth Hospital, she will conduct classes for the nurses. Mrs. Nita Isaacson remains In the affections of the defendant. vice), 10:45;, Sunday school at 3 p. m. icauy. JOYFUL IRONS TOASTERS PERCOLATORS EGG-BEATERS WAFFLE IROSS Today, every electrical outlet in the -house must be kept busy. Steps must he saved! The household must be run with office efficiency. The housewife must have time for her children, and outside interests. You can help by giving electrical appliances for Christmas this, year. •'.... KQHLHAAS HARDWARE hon»l des. ram uojr J INOI *| n !at«. id, ina, •s 'art* » A iiy n?»» *.' Old age Psychosis 3 Neurosis diagnosed 3 Mental disorder diagnosed 2 Mental defcctiveness diagnosed G Alcoholism l[i Irregular sex relationships 1 Behavior problem 3 Altitude producing conflict between husband and wife .... 1 Attitude producing conflict between others In family 2 Widow with dependent children 12 Family desertion * Non-support of family 4 Xon-support of dpendelit parents • ' 2 Illegitimacy • 3 Attitude producing conflict with , . community 1 Begging tenOancy 1 Had 'housing 'Non-residence Ho. Services Hendcred. Extension of credit 2 Private hospital .' a Iowa City hospital * Private physician Iowa City papers Iowa City offered and refused.. I Adjustment with state board of education Connection with relatives strenghlcned .| Moved to better quarters, or neighborhood | Service accepted from other county Referred to other county , j Non-resident accepted by other. county ..•••• • FAMILY STATUS. I/Married couple .': '•'••• I Unmarried ;couplo (unmarried mother IWidow •/• Widower Deserted woman Divorced Separated ' Single man Single woman .. • ;•'•• PaiiUy SkawU The shawl known as Paisley wa first made at Paisley, Scotland. Tb "exture is usually woolen, though I some shawls there Is a foundation of cotton. The garments are worn ?olded three-corner fashion. Nowu days they are used as furniture or naments like piano covers Their cost when first made, about the be ginning: of the Nineteenth century, was about $76- RedTapels Real on Deed in Hancock R EAL .red tape was encountered on a deed filed last week In the Hancock county recorder's office. The deed had been written in this country, but sent to China for the signatures of Alonzo and Dorothy Fisher, and the acknowledgment was taken May 23, 1980, by Robert S. Ward, U. S. vice-consul at Kwongtung. The red tape consisted of a hall yard of-red ribbon attached to seals on the deed and the acknowledgment. There waa also attached to the deed a $2 American foreign service stamp, Fishers are missionaries. and even though. and in spite their physical condition (being join ed together) sometimes would not speak to one another for a period of several weeks, over the defendant's affections. Defendant told the plaintiff that Violet was jealous of Daisy and Daisy was jealous of Violet. Defendant told the plaintiff that he was not in love with either of the twins, but they were a good meal check for him, buying him expensive clothing and jewelry and showering -him with gifts of various nature." The last paragraph of the story says that the twins ha.ve deniec that they ever had any but busines relations with Mr. Oliver. The twins are said to be joined together by a. bridge, of bone an flesh. It would not' be difficult to separate them but for the fact that their spinal cords are also joined. A surgeon could saw/through the- rone, sever nerves, tie up arteries, etc., but an attempt to cut the cord would probably be fatal to both sisters. 0 ( | school of instruction for nurses the first step. DATES Extra fancy 2 POUNDS 25c PEASCTS Fresh Boasted 2 pounds 25c The Old Fashion Grocery Don't Let Santa Claus Forget The FRUITCAKE Declamatory Results. "Wesley, Dec. 9—Evelyn Erickson won secopd In dramatics in the junior high contest at Titonkn, last week Tuesday evening. In humorous, Joseph Hants .took third place These cakes contain raisens, cut- in a class of six. In the contest rents, dates, figs, citron, lemon held at Wesley, Arlene Haynes won orange, black walnuts, candled second in dramatics, Johnette Looft, cherries, and candled pineapple first, in humorous. Miss Duhigg, | Dark fruit cakes are 50 cents, and Algona teacher, was judge. For Christmas SPECIAL. ORDERS. - light cakea are 60c per pound. B»tt.r«T 'One of the commonest butterfllei f Europe and America IB the large white cabbage butterfly, which In he caterpillar stage does much amag* to cabbage plants. When he caterpillars have eaten their nl, nd are ready to pass Into the pupo lesv« th<| ctbbuge stalki \9 : fcarihXof*XUltabk ipot'foi- th* change. 5 ANOTHER SCHOOL OP JOURNAL-1 For special family occasions yoi ism, this one out on the Pacific should have a tiered, decorate coast, has written for sample coplea w hite,cako. These are decorated fo of the Advance. .Nearly every reo- a ny occasion. »1.'50 up, ornlzed school of journalism In th« MARTHA. THORPE United States has had its students M £^i TtiUKi*. study Advance'style. 45tf!riione 6S7-W The kiddies need new bedroom slippers, to run around in, these cold days, and they'll be glad to find our cute styles around the Christmas tree. Nursery rhyme, and animal trimmings on soft felt, kid, or suede slippers. Some of them are lamb's wool lined. All sizes, for good little boys and girls. CHRISTtNSEN BROS. GO, Shoe Department 2 Owing to the high cost of nicotine as an Insecticide, scientists lit the bureau of chemistry and soils have evolved neonlcotlne. obtained from crude dlpyridyl. As a substitute for nicotine It hns been ft>jradto he even more deadly to Insects than natural nicotine. _ Christmas Gifts that mean Happin Christmas Gifts that are Lasting :ieaneil-Presse£ B» Repaired t /a Elk Cleaners and Tailors Phone 880 When your Christmas gift, you will find this .tore t for useful and lasting gifts. Below We Offer a Few Suggestions Headquarters Some Engagements to Fill SPKIAl ATTINTIOM Holiday THE HUB Bladder Weakness anddl»cpuraBed,trytheOyrter-ie«. For Mother For the Children and - IRSuVa'^forrftplTandl bnMU^^ _ S£*& DBEG STORE y«t«<pro, >day, under the Gu«antejvriurt_a«l_c>Ay! HARNESS and over our 1>BICES FOR ' ! r, OT .^ rases Pocket JU«Q«, Btrops, Card , Cases r^ NEW HARNESS '-s**^ tock Toilet Sets, Candy, Brushes> ABS SPECIAL PRICES . on any kind of harness in pur store. ladies' Hand Bags F, H, Percolators Electric Waffle Irons Electric Toasters Cast Aluminum Ware Triple Cote Enameled Ware Roasters Carving Set* Cake Cover* Crumb Tray* Sciwor* Casseroles Serving T?*y* Pressure Cookers Skates Flashlights Hockey Clubs Skiis Sleds Air Rifles Scissors Pocket Knives Coaster Wagons Scooters Tricycles Pedal Cars Climbing Tractors Krazy Ike Toy* Boy'* Tool Che*t* Builder's Set* ChrUtma* Tree Lights Footballs For Father Flash Light Pocket Knife Razor Shaving Set Shot Gun Dad's Tool Set Ash Trays Tools of AU Kinds Rifles Fishing Reels Fishing Rods Tackle Bo*e* Hunting Knife Hunting A*e Electric Wathing Machines Copper Clad Range Pyr«* Wart f - ft. o

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