Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1931 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 15, 1931
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K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA, IOWA Hi NEW FORD Everything 011 want or need in a motor ear ; more yon see of tlie new Ford, the more you nlize that it brings you everything you want or in a motor car. • • . And at an unusually price. Its substantial beauty of line and color is np- [irent at a glance. Long, continuous service em- arizes the value of its simplicity of design and the kgh quality that has been built into every part. The new Ford accelerates quickly and it will 155 to 65 miles an hour. It is an easy-riding car ecause of its specially designed springs and four loudaille double-acting hydraulic shock absorb- Lg. It has fully enclosed four-wheel brakes and Le added safety of a Triplex shatter-proof glass lindshield. Operation and up-keep costs are low nd it has the stamina and reliability that mean dousands of miles of uninterrupted service. See the nearest dealer and have him give you ! demonstration ride in the new Ford. Check up very point that goes to make a good automobile 1 you will know it is a value far above the price. THE NEW FORD TUDOU SEDAN LOW P BICE 8 OF FORD CARS *435 to *66O % ' . r.O.B. Dmtnlt. pint /ralfftl «uf tbllMry. ttumpff* mnj nfarm Or» ntr, al »Mll co.l. tou ton buy mto,* for a unM daw* paymtnt w • CW..M.M /iMuufog flm. S«« jr«w Font d«««.r lor dtimttt. HOT AIR AND HOT WATER HOT WATER HEATERS FOR ALL CARS SPECIAL at covers for 1929 and 1930 Chevrolet cars—was $13.00—while they last, $7; put on. ALCOHOL AND PRESTONE FREEZING SOLUTION Prestone, $8.50 gallon} was $5.00. Used Cars '.,'•• ' • 1929 6-cyl. Chev. coupe 1929 6-cyl. Chev. coach 1926 Chevrolet sedan Model A Ford coupe 11929 Chev. 6 sedan * Kohlhaas Bros. PHONE 200 LARD BACON And Cold Meats Long's Grocery Fcocy Prune* S« you QM of tto Advance'* 3,000 S*ttfi«d SuUcriber.? 1 J -^ ANNA WARMBIER OF LU VERNE, IS BURIED PAID AY Lu Verne, .Tan. 113 — Funeral services for Anna Warmbler, who died :ast week Tuesday at midnight, took place.. Friday, the Rev. P. Braner officiating. A short service nt the house was followed by services at the Evangelical Lutheran church. A large crowd attended. Pallbearers, in accordance with a request of the deceased, were her classmates, Fred t-awrenz, William Wetzel, Arnold Wegner, Fred Pergande, Otto Ilamus, nnd Herman Gronbach. Interment was made In tho Verne cemetery. Miss Warmbler wns born May 5, 18S7, In Beadle county, S. D-, the oldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Bdw. VVamibier. When she was four years old her parents came to I..U Verne and took up farming northwest of town. Twelve years ago the family came to town. Miss Warmbler had been ailing since last summer. During the losl seven weeks she was confined to her home, but sh e was bedfast only •the last three days. She was in her -14th year. Her father died Apr! 17,1.025. The mother, two brothers Herman and Charles, Lu Verne, ana four sisters _ Mrs. Rosa Blanchard Mrs. Clara Sankey, both of T-,u Verne; Mrs. Linda Cunningham Sexton; and Una, at home — sur vive. Now Social Clnlt Orgnnlzcd— A new social club to be known as the J. F. F. club was organlzei last week and met at the Dr. T. L Williams home for the first tim Thursday evening. The club has i membership of 16 and will mee every two weeks. Progressive roo! was played at four tables, and Di Williams and Mrs. Ovvil'.e Gilso; won first prize, and Orville Gilsoi and Mrs. Arthur ,,fceyler won th consolation. Refreshments were ser ved by Mrs. Williams. Mr. and Mrs Orville Gllson, Livermore, were oiil bf-town guests. The next meetin will be in two weeks at the countr home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gree west of town. Evangelical- Meeting IH Held— Through oversight last week w failed to report the annual meetin and social gathering of the member of the Evangelical church, whlc took place New Tear's day at th Community hall. Dinner was serve at noon and after dinner Mlarl Frttzemeler gave a group of read ings and the following officers wer elected; class leader, George Merkl assistant, F. C. Fritzemeier; truste George Merkle; / pianist, Mar Knopf; Sunday school superintendent, Florence Hot; assistant, Henry Marty; secretary, Paul Knopf; treasurer, Carl Lang; librarian, Wayne Lang. Where Burmese Rebels Are Active View in the Thnrrnwiuldy district of Burma, where the British forces have beer) fighting desperate bands of rebels in the jungle. Numerous casualties were reported on both sides. CHAMP WRESTLER H, S, CLASSES IN PARTY AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, Jan. 13—Last week Wednesday evening freshman and sophomores of the Whittemore high school entertained the other classes at a 7:30 banquet. A ticket selling contest was held some time ago, and the losing side had to banquet the winners. The tickets were sold for the play, "Let's Get Engaged," with basketball players on the cast. The dinner was served in two courses. Twenty guests were served, four to each table, email card tables being used. Candles were used for lights. The banquet was served In the junior assembly. Those assisting were Prof, and Mrs. Rockford, Mary D. Schiltz, Loralne Botsford, Misses Lamlth and Sammin. After the banquet, Herbert Zumach, captain of the boys' team, and Esther Behnko, captain of the girls' team spoke. Bernice Balge, man, sophomore, gave a talk in [•which she asked the juniors" and seniors many questions. After the program an "arrow hunt" was held, and the juniors and seniors were led through all parts of the school and out through a window of the physics room. The article was hidden outdoors, and was found toy Clarence Fouss, a senior. Hoys Hitchhike from Illinois- John Lammers and "Bob" Schaeffer, Glen Ellyn, 111., hitchhiked from their home last week. They left at 3 p. m. Monday and arrived at Mrs i Kathryn Meyer's Thursday at 1 p | M., and only walked 15 miles. They left again Saturday and expect to be home this week Wednesday. This Is the second time John has been here for hie father, William Lammers, formerly lived In Iowa. Mrs. Meyer is an aunt of John Lammers. She waa formerly Mrs. Henry Lammers. Weir Fnrm Home Burned— The farm home of James Weir, north of town, burned to the ground about midnight Wednesday evening. The Weir family was In town at the time. The fire started near the west porch, and before help could m-Ive the house, household goods and clothing were lost. This is the fourth fire for this family. The house was built recently and was a modern frame structure, costing $5,000. It was only partially covered by insurance. Lutheran T. P. Plans Play- Last Thursday evening the Lutheran Y. P. met at the Lutheran school. A new entertainment committee was elected: Herbert Vaudt, Alfred Meyer, Lauren:: Meyer, Esther Behnke, Lillian Heidenwith, and Eldora Dau. The society will give a play before Lent. AVfllcoine for Yolght NnwlywcdN— Relatives, friends, and neighbors gathered at the Archie Voight home south of town to welcome the Voights, who recently were married at Lotts Creek. Each 'brought a filled basket and late in the evening refreshments were served. Revival Meeting's Under Way— Revival meetings are being held in the Whittemore Methodist church every evening at 7:30 except Saturday. The Rev. R. V. Hotchklss, pastor, is conducting the meetings, Ella Itraatz Birthday Observed— Last Thursday the Methodist Aid met with Mrs. Elmo Barber, in the north part of town. Mrs. J. E Walker «n4 Mrs, R. H. Pintail «*i slated in entertaining. B. B. Teams Defeat Bod^Last week Tuesday evening both Whlttembfe ^Mlgh school basketball teaihs won from Bode here. Th"* girls won 37-6, and the boys 1S*1>« W. A. Knsch Barber*' Treasurer— At a recent meeting of the KOB- suth barbers association, W; A* Rusch, Whittemore, was elected treasurer. Other Whittemore. Paul Nellis, who was employed at. paving work in various parts ot Iowa last summer, came home for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. NelHs. Last week Tuesday a number of youngsters were entertained at the Louis Braatz home in honor of the ilrthday of Ella. A week ago Sunday evening Mr. •tnd Mrs. F. .1. Balgeman entertained relatives and friends at their home at cards. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Meyer are visiting relatives in Chicago this week. «. Diphtheria at Wesley. Wesley, Jan. 13 —Last week Wednesday evening, our town basketball; team played Garner here, and won, •10-19. The same evening, the freshman and senior girls played the sophomores and juniors, and the latter team won, 17-6. Our girls lost, 15-20, in the game with the VVfaittemore academy at Whittemore Friday evening. Mayiic Recommended. Emmetsburg, Jan. 13 — b. H. Mayne, postmaster, has been recommended by Senator-Elect L,. 3. Dickinson for reappolntment. There were several other applicants. MAKE HIGHWAYS SAFE! Trade In smooth tread tires; $1.50 to. $4.50 per pair allowance In exchange on new G & J's with deep heavy tread.—Gamble Stores. 26-18 Jim Londos, the classic Greek, who upset wrestling dope when he eat Kichnrd Shlkat for the world's eavyweight wrestling title. Shippers Name New Officers—The Lu Verne shipping association held its annual meeting at the Community hall a week ago Saturday, and the following officers were elected: president, Albert Schlpull; vice president, Ed Hot; treasurer and manager, Otto.Wllley; members of the board of directors, Mr. M. Lawmiller, Albert Schlpull, and Jesse Huff. Peder Pederson, Cedar Falls, spoke on "Co-operation Among Farmers," and short talks were given by, County Agents Morrison of Kossuth and Nichols of Hunv boldt. Cemetery Association Meets— The cemetery association held Its January. meeting at Mrs. Peter Thompson's with the usual large at tendance. The president, Mrs. Fred Steussy, was asked to give a report of the state convention, held at Boone, as there were a number present who had not heard the report, which had been given immed' lately following the convention. Af- Iter the business meeting: the report was read and a covered dish lunch was served. The-next meeting ol the association will be February tt'2 with Mrs. Fred Wolf. Week ol Prayer Observed— The.. Universal Week of Prayer was observed last week by the Evangelical, Methodist, and Presbyterian churches, closing Sunday evening with a big union service at the Evangelical church, the Rev. A J. Koonce, Omaha, student pa&tor of the local Presbyterian church giving the message. A large chorus choir sang and a quartet furnished a special number. The Rev. Mr Koonce spoke on, "Alrnost, Thou persuadest me to be a Christian. Club Aids Federation Endowment— The Progressive club met Friday with Mrs. E. C. Wolto. The lesson was grand opera, and Mrs.'A. Spooner gave a review of "Carmen, 1 while' Mrs. Ray Stone played sev eral piano numbers from the sam< opera. The club is filling a bank for the General Federation endow ment fund. After the program an< a social hour the hostess served lunch. Sherman Good Will Club Meets— The Sherman Good Will club me last Thursday afternoon with Mrs Julius Stripling with thfe largest attendance the club has 1 had fo' sometime. There were 16 members and five guests. The afternoon waa spent visiting and the hostess ser ved a tray lunch. The next meeting will be in three weeks with Mrs Joseph Wadlelgh. Two Are Hospital Patient*Mrs. Mlnard and 12-year-ol< daughter are patients at the unl versity hospital at Iowa City, wher the daughter had her adenoids am tonsils removed, and the mother was to undergo an operation for gal trouble this week. Tuesday, Van Dorens *» Webster City— The W. S3- Van Doren family, a In,dtanola the past year, has now moved to Webster City, where Ithe lived before coming to pu Verne and where Mr, Van Poren has pur chased a dairy farm New Deputy »t Catherine Manus, purt, is the new assistant at the postofflce, taWn the place of Mayme Nahan, wh resigned and returned to her horn at St. Cloud, Minn., during the boll days- Former Editor H. B. Rogers has decided, to trj farming and has leased th* Mm Jennie kevjer farm southwest o town, a»d yUl jgoircywft 1« A«MM« fitfingtirt In IfeiMfcK man township, are enjoying balmy reezes in Florida, meanwhile vis- :ing relatives at LInova. Other Lu Verne News The William Ketzenberg and Her. man Ward families, of Wlndom, Jinn., were guests the past week f the Herbert Smiths. The Wards •tatted Mr. Ward's mother at Burt. Mrs. Ketzenberg will be remembered Clara S wager and is a sister of Mrs. Smith, and Mrs. Ward was Velma Ketzenberg. Mrs. James Godfrey. heard Friday morning. that her mother, .Mrs.i 'ohn Hauser, and her slater Nellie ivere moving from their farm near Cedar .Falls to Belle Plane, where hey will spend the winter Wl^h another, sister,, -Bertha. .Nellie Hauser s suffering from, a nervous breakdown. The Evangelical W. F. M. S. met ast Thursday with Mrs. W. H. Woito. Mrs. Lang (had charge of a esson on social welfare work in 2hina, Japan, and India, taken rom a new text book, "A Cloud of Witnesses." The Methodist Aid met at the Community hall last week Wednesday with Mesdames Peter Thompson, Allen Thompson, and Ed Dehnert, hostesses. There was a good attendance, and receipts amounted to $10.60. Mrs. H. C, Allen returned last week from a two-week visit at the tome of her daughter, Mrs*, S. E. Smith, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Allen spent the holidays, with their daughter. H. C. returned the week previous. •Mr. and Mrs. Claud Soures, Mrs.* Ferdinand Bunkofskl, and Paul Pechner, visited .Mr. Bunkpfski, at, Cherokee last Thursday and'found Dim gradually falling. Mrs. William Marty has returned Crom Iowa City, where she was at the university hospital for examination and treatment. Mrs, Ed Marty as sick last week. . The Methodist W. tt. M, S. meets this week Thursday with Mrs. H. C. Allen. This is a postponed meeting and Mrs. Ray Stone is leader, • ' Mrs. Ethel Barrett, Humboldt recorder, called on old frelnds, Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Mason, Monday. William Rlley, of West Bend, and his daughter Ida called at the Mason and Patterson homes Friday. M, Wagner, Fort Dodge, was here for an over Sunday visit with his daughter, Mrs, H. D. Ristau. Carl Behnke, who has high blood pressure, returned from the Fort Dodge hospital Saturday.. Mrs. R. D. Kanning left Saturday afternoon to vjsit her daughters at Latlmer. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty attended a radio convention at Des Molnes last week Tuesday and Wednesday, The Tom Hamlow family moved to Fort Dodge last week to make their homei" REDUCED PRICES ON KNIT GLOVES AND MITTENS Priced, pair 22c, 43c and 63c BUNDLED WOOL SOX 17c,22c,43t HIGH GRADE -MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS $1.67 URRHHmM Department Stores 66x80 PART WOOL SINGLE BLANKET $1.00 70x80 PART WOOL DOUBLE BLANKET $2.67 16-inch PART LINEN CRASH 8c yard Brown & bleached TURKISH TOWELS 2for25c Size 17ix36-in. Colored borders. STANDARD PERCALES lOc yard Fancy, grey, indigo. 36-inch UNBLEACHED MUSLIN 8c yard Save on these Items Mohawk Bats lOc Plantation __19c Sode Right __ 69c Challies ___12£c Prints 22c Fleeced Shirts 49c Work Suits __89c Jersey bloomers 49c KNIT GAPS 43cand63c January Sale 22x44-in. TbWELS 25c Double thread. Solid color. 16-inch ALL LINEN /CRASH 15c yard LUNCH CLOTH 43c 36-in. linen crash 36-in. BLEACHED OUTING FLANNEL 5 yard* 47c Children's Cloth COAT SALE Every coat a remarkable value^—priced regardless of original cost. GROUP 1 2 to 4 years GROUP 2 3 to 6 & StolOyrs. $3.77 Misses' Cloth Coats For 12 to 16 year old girls • • BLEACHED MUSLIN lOcyard 36-in. Hope and Blackhawk brand 70x80 r " PART WOOL BLANKET $4.87 Plaids. „'•-'••' i * ' 80x105 BEDSPREAD $1.00 Cotton krinkle. FLEECED UNION SUITS 89c Domestics Blankets SAVE ON Child's Coata '"Clothes South Cretco ^F^IF^PTI^WJ . ^^^^-^^T^^^^T Mrs. W. F. .Jenkinson is now able to sit up for short intervals, and is plowly regaining the use of her •hand. ( f. TS, Harr reports his brother at Rochester still In serious condition. Mrs. P. M. Brlckson was taken home from Kossuth Hospital Sunday in an ambulance. Mrs. Percy PhWp has been suf/ twin* for several weeks with »eu- raJgla of the heart. For a time she was % patient at an Algona bos- The Aid wW 9WV& a covered-dish supper ne»t -vwnesilay «t C. Potter'*. IFhe patronage pf the public is Invite/}. and WARM -WOOLY BLANKETS Save on these low prices. 70x80 PART WOOL BLANKET $3.67 Mistral, single blanket, 66x76 BLANKET $1.33 Greylock, staple BOYS' HELMETS Keg. 98c values 8Sc AGAWAM 60x80 BLANKET $2.97 wool, single, GLOVES AND MITTENS 36-inch OUTING FLANNEL $ yards 67c KNIT CAPS Assorted sizes. Extra values, MEN'S " HIGH GRADE UNION SUITS $1.23 70x30* HIGH

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