Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1931 · Page 4
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FOUR Club. blng liatc $8.55 4.05 3.30 8.15 3.35 7.80 7.05 4.15 Magazine Service Many Advance subscribers take magazines and pay the regular subscription rates for them. The Advance Is In a posl tlon to offer reduced rates on clubs consisting of the Advance and any magazine, CLUB RATES In the following table the combined regular subscription rate of the Advance nnd tlio magazines listed appears In tlio first column and In the second column ap- pe/irs the clubbing rate, which, Under this offer, Is all you have to pay for both— Regular Combined Kate American Hoy $4.00 Same, 8 years 6-00 American Cookery 8.50 American Girl 8.50 American Legion Weekly 8.50 Same with American Boy and Collier's 8.50 game with American ' Boy and Woman's Homo Companion — 7-50 Same with Woman's Home Companion __ 5.00 American Mercury J.OO Arena :I " r > 0 "Weekly Argosy 6.00 Atlantic Monthly 6-00 Better Homes & Gardens 2.«0 Blue Hook Magazine — 5.00 Bookman 7.00 Boys' Life "'•»" Catholic Dally Tribune - 8.00 Chicago American '-00 Chicago Herald-Examiner 7.00 Chicago Tribune 7.00 Child Life 5.00 Christian Herald 4.00 Collier's 4.00 Cosmopolitan 5.00 With Goud Housekeeping 0.50 Coniitry Life 7.00 Current Events 2.75 Current History 5.00 Current Literature 3.00 Current Heading 5.00 Dairy World 3-00 Delineator 3.00 DCS Mollies Register — 7.00 DCS Molnes Tribune 7.00 Etude 4.00 Farmer's Wife (4 yrs.)— 3.00 Farm Journal 3.00 Field and Stream 4.50 Forbes Magazine (Twice a month) 7.00 Forum anil Century 4.50 Golden Book 5.00 Good Housekeeping 4.50 Harper's Bazaar 8-00 Harper's Magazine 0.00 liberty '1.50 McCall's 3.00 Mid-Week Pictorial 0.00 Nation 7.00 Nature 8.00 Open Head (for boys)—. 3.00 Outlook 7.00 Pathfinder 8.00 Physical Culture 4.50 Pictorial Review 3.00 Plain Talk - 0.00 Police Gazette 0.00 Popular Mechanics 4.50 Popular Science 4.50 Headers' Digest 6.00 Eedbook — 4.50 Reliable Poultry Journal (3 years) 8.00 Bevlew of Reviews 5.00 St. Nicholas 6.00 Science and Invention — 5.00 Scientific American 6.00 Scrlbncr's 6.00 Short Stories 7.00 Time — 7.00 True Story — 4.50 Wallaces' Farmer — --. 3.00 "Woman's Homo Companion 8.00 .World's. Work 6.00 5.55 5.55 2.45 .1.55 5.80 8.55 7.70 C.55 G.55 6.55 4.15 8.55 8.65 4.30 5.65 5.80 2.65 4.30 2.SO 4.05 2.80 2.80 7.00 7.00 8.55 2.80 2.SO 4.05 6.05 4.05 4.15 8.95 5.05 5.05 4.30 2.80 4.80 (i.05 4.30 2.75 5.55 2.80 8.80 2.80 5.05 5.55 4.05 4.05 4.80 8.80 2.80 4.15 5.05 4.05 5.80 5.05 6.05 5.55 8.80 2.05 2.80 5.05 LONE HOOKERS WEAR GLOVES TO PLAY CARDS Lone Rock, an. 13 — Mrs. Glen Sharp, assisted by Mrs. Ernest Jen sen, Neva Thompson, and Pauline Lewis entertained the Bridge' club last Thursday evening. There were four tables and a unique scheme of play was required. The players at the head table had to wear large pairs of cotton flannel gloves. Play- era at No. 2 had to bid before look ing at their cards. At No. 3 no one was permitted to speak. Bills had to he made by signs. Points were deducted from the scores of p'ayers who failed to obey Instructions. At the foot table the low score moved the players. Attending were Lura Sewick, Pauline Lewis, Evelyn Behrman, Harriet Fish, Evelyn Thompson. Ersel Blanchard, Neva Thompson, Jessie Stebritz, and the Mesdames Alfred Kruger, W. J 'otton, Ernest Jensen, A. J. Davis, Ralph Thompson, and Harry Rnhn: also Mrs. Chris Oodfredson, Ring sted. Ersel B'anchard won a prlzn for the high score: Jessie Stebritz, the cut prize. Lunch was served ifter play. New H. B. Tournament Plan— Supt. L. E. Godfrey and Coach Manus attended a meeting of the county Schoolmasters club at Titon- l«i Saturday evening. A 3-course dinner was followed by the discussion of school affairs. A different plan of conducting county basketball tournaments was adopted for this year. Each tournament will be divided Into four sessions. The first session for the girls will be played here Friday afternoon, February 20; 'the second session that evening. No games will be played Saturday morning, but the semifinals will be played Saturday afternoon, February 31, the finals to be played that evening. The same procedure will be followed In boys' tournaments at Ledyarel the following week, Friday and Saturday, February i!7-2'.S. This will make the physical strain on the players less than under the- former method, when all the games were played in one dny. \j. It, Quints Ijose to Bancroft— Lone Rock lost n double-header basketball frame to Bancroft Friday evening at Bancroft. The girls' fvamo resulted 22-10. The locals wore in the lend till towards the end of the third quarter, when Bancroft got the lead. The boys' score was 35-7, the locals being out classed. Assistant Coach Granner, Ledyard, ret'ereed. Fenton will play a double-header here this week Friday evening, and Ledyard will come icxt week Friday evening. y-B etaoin shrdlu cmfwyp Showers Honor Lorotta O'Donnell— A. miscellaneous shower was given at Mrs. Hugh Walsh's Saturday afternoon in honor of Loretta O'Donnell. Mrs. Albert Hutchinson was assistant hostess. Thirty-five women attended, and Miss O'Donnell received many gifts. Forty women attended a kitchen shower at Mrs. Fred Flalg's last week Wednesday in honor of Miss O'Donnell. Mrs. Jack Quinn was assisting hostess. Remember that every price In either column above includes the Advance for one year. This offer is open to tooth new and old subscrib ers. ITote—1. Wlicro n magazine Is offered for more than 0110 ycur the Advance Is included for only one year. 2. Subscribers who do not receive mall at any Kossiitli or bordering post off Ice must add 50c to the price In each column. These are only a few of the many hundreds of publications of all kinds in our list. If you do not see what Silent Movies Here Again— The officers of the Communltj picture show met last week Tuesdaj night and decided to have shows here again. The opening will be this week Saturday night, when the picture will be Montana Moon, Joan Crawford, starring. This picture has been outstanding in the talkie? but will be "silent" here. Frank Flaig will operate the machine, and Pauline Lewis will be pianiest. Ackcrmuns Hosts at Party— Mr. and Mrs. Estel Ackerman en tertaned the following persons at "500" party last week Thursday eve ning: the Frank Flaigs, Mrs, Claudi Ackerman and her family, Gertrud Sage, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Guenthei Mata Andreson, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Pettit, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Urn- sted. Mrs. Frank Flaig won first prize; Earl Ackerman, second. SSTffiSA MS WMSS general nnd other officers of the national governing noily. Fairmont for two weeks with relatives. The Ernest Jensens spent Sunday it Graettinger, with Mrs. Jensen's folks. Fred Flaig and Ra'ph Prlebe were nisiness visitors at Fort Dodge. Frl- lay. H. A. Welner shipped two cars of lattle to Chicago Saturday night. Tom O' Donnell accompanied a car of hogs to Chicago Saturday night. J. C. Goitzemuier shipped a car of IORS to Chicago early last week. George Miller, north of town, is .illdlng IT now brick house. The Oliver Stows, Dolllver, spent Sunday at Hugh Marlow's. Maurice Thompson is sick again. CHAIN LETTER IS RECEIVED AT IRVINGTON Trvlngton, Jan. 13—M. L. Roney ins received a chain letter, of which' 11 his near relatives have written a nirt. S. R. Roney, who visited here ast summer, and who is now at lome in Washington, says condi- ions there are no better than here, 'he fruit crop was fairly good, but jrices are low and potatoes sell at 9 per ton. Mrs. "Ted" Severtson, "•asadena, a sister of Mel Roney, ind who has visited here several lines, is recovering from- an injured inkle received shortly after the hur- •icane which passed- through Pasa- lena early in the winter: The storm jnroofed their store and did considerable other damage to their iroperty. Mr. and Mrs. Severtson own a resort, where they have a store and several cabins. The resort :s known as "Teddy's Outpost." Mrs. Severtson received her injured ankle when she fell from a window she was washing after the wreckage had 5een cleared away and repairing done following the storm. This was the same hurricane which County Recorder Laura Paine witnessed ivhen she was visiting- her son Raymond in Pasadena several months ago. Model of a Novel Dirigible cnme adit* autittt 9 d 6»«i€ of tttwtt looking uu.thoUgM a i»<* life Wai 1« thrbbfch ™it , i Boiled to feUfi ft'»11 Bfne. With'Hie MdH Wlldds o« the II in. do time. rn-j_iGniiuvT" -Tr--- • ~"— •—•— -- -•*-,AD VERT WIN O IN __. UttM, into nior* than „„„„ " JColfcuth paper can l fVUse or anywhere] lit ^CHEVROLET Consider these outstanding Chevrolet values Phaeton , Tht Roadatm Sport Rmditcr . with rumbl* *••( The Coach •510 •475 '405 .•545 Standard Coup* . SUnitird Flm- WlndowOmp* ,'535 .'545 SjMetel •ouipmmtWtra. XIIprice*/, o. fc. Flint, Mlthlglh Here is tlie model of the dirigible designed by John Hodgedon of It has many novel features. The motors are In tliu wings. suddenly worse Sunday, and his relatives have heen sent for. Roy King and his little sister are at home here. Husbands to Attend Aid— Twelve attended Aid last week Thursday afternoon at the church parlor. The next meeting- will be February 4. A committee consisting:- of Mesdames 'BOIdrfcTfje, Barker, and Wickwtre will serve rolls and coffee. Husbands and families of members' will be invited, and lOc per person will be charged 1 . Mrs. I'liilps at KoFjisorr's— Mrs. Percy Philps returned to the Rome Robison home last week Tuesday, after spending several days at the Kossuth Hospital. Mrs. Mips; who has been ill for some ime, had" apparently improved while n the hospital, but has had another ttack since her return to her home .nd is- again fit In bed. Embroidery Clnb Names Officers— The Embroidery club • met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Nels Mitchell. There was a good attendance. Mrs. George Hackman Sr. gave a reading, Mrs. Emil Guderian played a musical selection, and Mrs. Ralph Brown read an article concerning the Orphans' Home at Council Bluffs. Mrs. Mitchell was elected president, Mrs. George Stewart, vice president, and Mrs. Guderian was re-elected secretary ami treasurer. Mrs. Ralph Brown and Mrs. John Brown compose the flower committee. Teuclii'r's 1*11 rents 50 Years AVcd— Liuru Sewick, junior high teacher, attended the gulden wedding of her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. H. G. A. Sewick, Hurt, Monday afternoon. Daughter for Depot Agent— The Clarence Janvrins have a new girl, named Mary Ijou, born last wetk Tuesday. Mr. Janvrin is the local depot agent. Allen King to Hospital— Mr. and Mrs. Allen King went to Iowa City last Saturday evening where Mr. King expected to ente the University hospital. He has beel in bed for several weeks suffering with heart trouble and compllca lions. Mrs. King planned to returr immediately, but Mr. King becam you Avaut, write for it. We have it. We meet or beat any price offered on any magazine by anybody. OTHER COMBINATIONS We have them—scores of them—all there are, offered Iby anybody. We just can't Bet them out in our limited space here. Ask us about any combination you have in mind. lorris Parsons Birthday Observed— Neighbors and friends recently vent to the Morris Parsons home or a surprise party on Morris in honor of his birthday. The evening va-s spent socially and refreshments vere enjoyed. Disease Hits Whole Family— Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sparks are •ecovertng from the scarlet fever. There are seven children in the 'amily and the parents were the last :o contract the disease. Cataract Removed from Eyo— Mrs. Earl Miller has been sick for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Parsons have also been ill recently. Other Irvlngton News Mrs. J. M. Cox recently learned that the wife of her brother, Charles Squier, Comstock, Neb., had undergone an operation for the removal of a cataract In one eye. The operation was successful, but Mrs. Squier will remain in the hospital for some time. Mrs. Squier has often visited the Cox home and is well known here and in Algona. Andrew Funk and brother Raymond left Friday for Waterloo on business. They plan to return some time this week. Andrew is employed by Harry Sabin and Raymond is from Algona. Mrs. Funk's mother, Mrs. Fred Hackbarth, Lotts Creek, is staying at the Funk home during their absence. Mrs. J. G. Maynard, Des Moines, and Mrs. G. A. Elsen-hauer, Pocahontas, recently spent a clay with Mrs. Ralph T-.ee, who was a former school chum. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on "The Second Mile" using as his text the words "If He compel you to go a mile go with Him twain." Jlr. and Mrs. Ballard, Redwood Falls, are visiting Mrs. Charles Sankes r . Mrs. Ballard and Mrs. Sankey are sisters. The Missionary society meets this week Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs. A. McLean-will lead. A Mr. Mclllhatin, of Illinois, is visiting hfs sister, Mrs. Sam Reaper. RIiAZE AT WHITTEJIORE DAMAGES TAILOR SHOP— WHITTEMORE — A small blaze on the roof of the George Christensen tailor shop n, week ago Friday was extinguished before much damage was done. O. J. Kloock, fire chief, announced in last week's Champion that an inspection of store buildings would be made soon Before investing your money in a new nu to- mobile, you -will find It worth while first to learn what Chevrolet has to offer. 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Note—Except long "reader*," any kind of advertising In the same type as the news Is a "want ad." You "want" to sell as well as buy, yon "want" to trade, you "want" to rent a liouw or farm, you "want" to take cows to pasture, etc. All such advertising U called "want*? advertising by newspapers. FILL IN THIS 011DEU AM) MAIL TODAY 1'. 0 Date ADVAXf'E A1GONA Gentlemen— I enclose $ , for which send nit- tlio Advance one year (or credit one year If I am already taking It) and the following- magazines: Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton LaBarr, Austin, Minn., came Saturday night to visit Mrs. LuBarr's father, W. A. Cameron, and her sister, Mrs. Hugh Marlow. I. W. Nelson attended the funeral of his father, Nels Nelson, at Al- Konu Saturday. The elder Mr. Nelson died at Sioux City. The Mite society mot \v''h M'"< Ferris last Thursday, and next week Thursday will meet with Mrs. S. M. Gladstone. A regular meeting of the town I'ounell was held last week Monday evening". Only ordinary business was transacted. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing returned Monday, after a week with Mr. Karinfi's folks at Campus, 111. Cecil Hawks has been employed at the AV. .1. Cotton home for the last week. The Glen Leipers have Kone to FOR YOUR Living Room Only 2c a Word Each Week No Insertion Less Than 20c a Week — We Do Not Charge Want Ads — Stamps, Cash, or Check MUST Accompany Order ' Yours truly, Note—Would you like to send one or more magazines for Christmas: Ton can do It. We will credit your Advance subscription one year anc (end tlie magazine or magazines wherever you say. And why noi the Advance Itself as a Christmas gift? Only $3 one year to any Eos•nth or bordering poatofflce, or $3.50 to any oilier ppstoiflce. 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