Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1931 · Page 9
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Volume 30 ALGONA, IOWA, JANUARY 15,1931 Number 18 ».. «US: onT^I *,» Blbertand the ba- , doing row [pair of tw pair of r 0 to Mr, Is Free Teeth Extraction for the Poor in Clinic born in block girls were and Mrs. two SPENCER AUDITOR jr, n"d '"state checkers In [will . shocked discovered his accounts which it 'exceed ' »10,000 and may BOVS CHARGED DAMAOE- , went Into the ai Jdown and broke pictures the showers stopped up all Payment'was stopped on a riven the Terril team as Its , of he gate receipts, till the st ed school had a .guarantee damage would be repaired. FIVE PATIENTS GIVEN AID IN FIRST SESSION Mrs. Elinor T. Button, county HO- olttl worker, and the board of supervisors have started a series of clinics for the extraction of tenth, the first of which was held Saturday. The board Is paying minimum costs, Mrs. Sutton selecting patients from among her charges. Doctor A. j D. Adams Is donating his time. On Saturday .six patients were lltited for treatment and five reported, one of them, however, not a case for extraction. Twenty-six teeth were extracted from the other four. The social worker's December report follows: Number old families 111 Now families i 3T> . 146 Calls at office 164 Calls on families 7S Calls for families 218 iLetters 1GO Telephone calls —, 158 Telegrams 7 Localities Visited In December Outside of Algona. Bancroft 3 •Hurt 3 January Thaw Oliver finger LINOTYPE HlTTEMORB — Rosella Ived an injured middle he right hand when it vftis M In the transfer on the lino-' fat the Champion office. The trnall was torn off. |c<H)NTY AID FOR TTO.RADIO OWNERS- kRNER — As in, some other files, the hoard of supervisors [ has adopted a resolution that Fenton 2 Dakota _- 1 Lu Vcrno '. 2 fSexton ' 1 Swea City 1 Wesfey 1 Whlttemore ___— 3 Cresco township 1 Fonton township 1 Irvlngton township 2 Lotts Creek township 2 Ramsey township 1 Outside oC County. Armstrong 1 Iowa City _ 1 Problems Presented. Ity aid from the poor fund will fbe allowed to persons who own an automobile or a radio set. is I WATER RUSTY—RT — The Woman's club Unemployment 11. TWO 500 CARD PARTIES GIVEN BY FENTONITES Fenton, Jan. 13 — Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hu.sUamp, northwest of town, entertained Friday evening at "500". The high scores were won by Mrs. II. .12. Reltners and William Huskamp.' Mm. C. G. Humphrey and 11. H Widdel won the consolation prizes. Saturday evening' -Air. and Mrs. Huskamp were- hosts to a .ur:nii> of neighbors, and "f>00" was ].!iiyed at seven tables, the high scores Vicing won by Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin and the low by MI-K. Gaonjo- Ho:te and Herman Dammon. .„• a movement to improve the .Ion of the town water. It con- tea large percentage of iron, and [j at points near the ends of the mains flnd^ It badly discolored. 1 J. W, Dorrance and Mrs.' A. H. tier appeared before the council I melt 'Monday evening to re- Invwtlgatlon which was i ALTO ASSESSORS IBV THE PIECE— SIETSBURG — The assessors : week Wednesday and pay Idltlonal work in filling out the jdata sheets was discussed. They laUmved 15c for each city data t and 30c for each farm data Koasuth assessors were 'al- I a 40 per cent increase over pay for the same Avork. • »A STUDER PATIENT [MASON CITY HOSPITAL^- , , EY — Last Thursday, Em- Indebtedness 7 T. B. - 1 Asthma — 1 Cancer 1 Cardiac' B Syphilis 3 Gronorrhea 1 Gynaecological 1 Maternity r > Malnutrition ' 3 Disease of respiratory system— 2 Chronic illness -21 Acute illness | Binder, who was ailing, went to on City to see Doctor Burke,.. ; Miss Studer had a temper- the doctor placed her in y.hospital.' A week or two ago Studer suffered from ' an In throat, which improved but i thought the germs have now I lodgement in the intestine, f lather, Nathan Studer, and his I Julius, droye to .Mason City to I her Sunday afternoon, and Mr, pr expects to go again this 'i Tuesday. ; i CLUB ORGANIZED |IONE BOOKERS— |OSD ROCK — A meeting was tot week AVednesday evening |wilch a Lone Rock rifle club organized. There are alrejujy 1 24 members. L. R. Roderick elected president; Alton Pottlt, Fpresident; H, j. Rice, secretary; |W. lampe, treasurer; Alfred executive officer. STAR —- «»™».F /»tjrjil_V—- 'METSBURG - Leo Jensvold, youth who played hla 1 on the state university lull, played on Zuppke's ft team at Dallas New Tear's « according to press reports 1 <° r his team, which, Need of dental care 7 Need of optical care 2 Paralyzed or crippled S Old age 30 Death 3 Epilepsy * Psychosis T- 5 •Neurosis diagnosed 4 Mental disorder diagnosed 1 Mental defectlveness - 10 Alcoholism 5 Irregular sex relationships —— 1 Bevahior problem • 8 Attitude producing conflict between husband and wife 5 Widow with dependent childran. 13 Poor home making 1 Family desertion 3 Non-support of dependent chll- W. II. M. S. Hcurs froiii Jlissionary Th v Methodist W. F. M. S. mot ;it the chruch lust Thursday. Mrs. J. B. Hun.'jon was devotional leader, and Mrs. A. H. Meyers had charge of the lesson. The- program was: Kontf, quartet — Mesdames R. C. GoetKCh, B. A. Welsbrod, J. F. New- tl, Klmer Walsbrod; ^Irs. Frank Me- Fall, reading; Mrs. C. G. Humphrey, letter from Gertrude Becker, former Fenton girl now a missionary In India. The hostesses were Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and Mrs. R. C. Ooetsch HAS ISLAND POST George C. Butte of Texas, who has just been sworn In tis vice governor of the Philippines and will soon leave for Manila. dren Non-support of «mts dependent par- Juvenile delinquency --' --• 2 Illegitimacy • 5 Imprisonment • 3 Begging tendency —— 3 Bad housing " Non-residence _-, . " No.tlce served by other county..- 3 Services Rendered. Employment secured * Iowa City clinic - - * Iowa City hospital s Physical treatment—private hospital Physical treatment—prlavte physician -—• Psychiatric examination * 16 * A , ,f Tn Associated Press re, - ' Dental care rpwa City offered and refused- Iowa City papers A Vocational guidance — } County home offered and .refused i Referred to public health nurse. 1 .Referred to other county for aid- 2 Referred to Soldiers' Relief i Non-residence notice served on family • —, , Service accepted by other county Service accepted by this county.. Transportation to other localities 1 Famil'y Status. Married couple , Unmarried mother Widow — fi ° Widower ,, Deserted woman — • " Divorced "" 5 Separated „ Single man . Single woman — •v • m * ' —^~~" Teacher White's Father Low- Mr, and Mrs. B. D. White went to Mason City last week Wednesday, called to see Mr. White's father at the Park hospital, where he is low with Bright'a disease. Mr. White returned Monday morning to hi.s school work, leaving his father little improved. Lose and Win at. Seneca-— Fenton's high school basket ball teams played a double-header against Seneca on the hitter's court Friday night and broke even. The local girls were defeated, 46-U8 but "the Fenton boys won, 13-8. Mrs. Mlenke Buys Cottage- Mrs. Emilie Mlenke 'has purchased the Wright cottage, now occupied by the Arnold Klatts. Mrs. Norris Wright was the vendor. Mrs. Mlenke will move to town March i. Laura Boettcher Has Operation- George Boettcher .went .to Iowa City last Thursday night to be with his daughter Laura, who underwen nn operation at the university hos .pltal .Friday for mastoiditls. .Teachers Give Driilge Party— Margie Kleinheksel and Lily mussen were hostesses at two table of bridge at B. A. Weisbrod's Sat urday night, the occasion bein- Miss Rasmussen's birthday. Seniors Have Class'Party— The H. S. seniors had a party at 'the schoolhouse Saturda night. Miss Gilbert was chapero so clas the absence of Supt. Belkin, the !ass sponsor. (amlard Bearer Girls Meet— The Standard Bearer girls mot at he church, last week Tuesday eve- ing; Nettie Welsbrod, hostess. Af- er a business session there was a, taffy pull. •neumonin, Patient is Better- Little Betty Hulldort, who hod jeen seriously sick with pneumonia, so much Improved that a nurse s no longer necessary. Other Fenton News Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod, daughter Nettle, and Mrs. Clarence Thees- 'ielcl drove to Des Moines Saturday. Nettie and Mrs.' Theesf ield returned Sunday. Mrs. Welsbrod remained, for a week with her daughter Gladys, attending the Iowa Beauty school. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Ky hi'drove o Ceylon. Monday to help their daughter, Mrs. . J. A. Furtney, prepare for a foremen's; banquet at lier hotel Monday evening. The Methodist Aid will meet at the church, tomorrow; hostesses, Mrs. Carrie Voight, Mrs. Jacob Zweifel, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. G. B. Johnson.' • ; ; ' , ' MaU-etta Helgason, former home economics teacher ,here; now teach. YYcllrtiullecOljij Forms of * IH INSURANCE Algona Insurance Agency Phone 65 ing at nlngsled, spent Sunday with Margie Klclnhcksel at R. A. Wets- brod s. Mrs. Fr:r-': Welsbrod, BmmetS- burg, anj M: s. C. C. Voight spont Friday afternoon with Mrs. Kuti. Xowel at I'^rank Bailey's. Jacob Hengel attended the 10th annual mooting of the Square IJenl Mutual Hall Insurance association at Dos Molncti lost week. Mr. and Mra. W. T. Ohm entertained their bridge club last Thursday night. The high score was won by P. H. Jensen. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod will attend a state Sunday school workers' school at Algona this week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. B. w. Uuske entertained ;i«i bridge club Saturday afternoon, The high score was won by Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod. Supt. and Mrs. G. D. Belken attended a Schoolmasters club meeting at Tltonka Saturday night. ' The Lutheran Aid met last week Tuesday in the church basement Mrs. H. B. Reimers, hostess. Mrs. Carrie Haase, Fairmont spent Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Chris Widdel. The O. H. Grahams were Sundaj guests of the H. A. Smiths, north cast of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers wer guests ,at Lawrence Larson's, Coy Ion. Sunday. Doctor J. T. Watte Is attending state vetenlnary meeting at De Moines. Martina Olson, of David, is visi ing her sister, Mrs. G. W. Newel. Helena Mler is helping at th Dempsey cafe. BUELLS IN FLORIDA ENJOYING SUNSHINE H. O. Buell, of Burt, who with Mrs. Buell recently, motored to Florida, where the rest of the winter is being spent, wrote from St. Petersburg under date of January 3: Please mail the paper to 915 12th at. north, till notified of change. It was cold and wet during our first week here, but it is warming up now. • We were at the Shuffleboard club yesterday, and at least 100 people were playing bridge out in the sunshine. You know, this is called the "Sunshine City." For 20 years the Independent, a daily paper, has offered to give away its entire edition every day the sun does not shine before 3:30 p. m. The yearly average has been a little over five days. Five out of six banks here closed TRADE BODY'S HEAD furnished by the high school orches- , trn. Officers were elected: A. N. Jensen, president; H. A. Thompson, Smith, secre- Plans for town improvements. C. W. Hunt, ho has been appointed chairman of the federal trade commission. He has been a mem her of the commission for some time. last June. One has just paid It first dividend, 10 per cent. Every one Is busted and makes no secre of it. However the tourist crop 1 above average, and that will help. Rents arf less than one-half wha they were, when we were here fiv years ago. Living expenses'are'as cheap as at home. The fruit crop was very large, and oranges are 15c a dozen, large grape fruit, 3 for lOc, eggs, millc, and cream, high—cream $1.20 a quart. Dr. Fox Speaks. Dr. and Mrs. U W. Fox, Dr. H. R. Gibson, and Dr. J. O. F. Price went to De.s Moines Monday and are attending an Iowa Veterinary Medical association meeting. Doctor Fox is on the program today and will give a talk on Difficulties Encountered in Vaccinating Hogs Against Cholera." Doctor Price is also on the program and will speak on a similar subject. CORN SHOW PLA3TNED AGAIN AT :LU VERNE— LU VERNE — The I/u Verne Corn Show, an annual event in LU Verne, will be held at the Com munity hall probably the latter pan of January. . N. JENSEN HEAD OP UllT COMMUNITY OMJH— HURT—The Community club had banquet and business meeting at nd 50 persons attended. Music was are particular about results of your baking, you particular about Gooch vmce There's a Gooch dealer Near You READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS We Have Joined With Tirettone TO AGAIN BRING YOU , 6, A, SEWICKS, OBSERVEJ60LO-N vBuvt. Jan. IS— Monday was Mr. and Mrs. H. G. A. Bewick's wedding anniversary, and, In honor of tiie event a family reunion was held at their home.' All of the children and their families were In attendance. Mrs. M. E. Allen, Julesburg, Colo., JJarry, of Ireton; Elbert, of Rock Valley; Mrs. Arthur Leason Jas. Q., Joan, ^ura, and Ferm, all or Burt. The Sewlcks were married at Monroe, Wis., and a year later began farming near Burt, and so con tinued, till 18 years ago, when piqvesj to town, IN tney GROCERY SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CHEESE— Wisconsin cream, per lb. _ CATSUP— Large bottle, 2 for _ 23c 29c _ club met ,ftt the here Saturday night to tournament, aec other school pro- The schools represented • - Seneca, Swea and Ti- SYRUP — Butterscotch flavor, 5 lb. pail 35c, 10 lbB.- MACARONI— 4 Of* 3 packages —— • **" MATCHES- SIX boxes- PORK AND BEANS— Large cans, 3 for ___,—,~ OATMEALr— Large package- 18c SOAP—Swift's Naptha, 10 barsi McLaughlin's Coflfee At Lowest Prices in History! = Firestone's great buying power of rubber and cotton at unprecedented low prices—• H and their efficient manufacturing and distributing system direct to their dealers and H stores—places them and us in a position to give you these great values in Firestone = Tires, Tubes, Batteries, Brake Lining, Rims and Accessories. Jfresfone Size OLDFIELD TYPE Price Eoch Price per Pair 4.40-21 _$ 4.98 $ 9.60 4,50-21 - 5,69 11,10 4.75-19 —— 6.65 12.90 '5,00-20 —— 7,10 13,80 5.25-18 --- 7.90 15.80 5^25-21 ___^_ 8.57 *6.70 6,00-20 H, D,_ 11.50 23,30 H. D. TRUCK TIRES 30x5 $17.95 $84.90 82x6 29,75 57.90 All other sizes priced proportionately low. Size COURIER) TYPE Price Each Price per Pair $ 7,74 13,58 '8.80 9.96 15.00 $ S-,97/ 81x4 - 6.98 4.40-21 ______ 4.55 4.50-21 5.15 5,25-21 ______ 7.75 BATTERIES We sell and service the complete line of Firestone Batteries—Come in and see the EXTRA VALUE we give you. We make you an allowance for your old battery. Size ANCHOR T¥PE SUPEK HEAVY DUTY Price Each Price per Pair 4.50-20 ______ $ 8.55 $16,70 4.50,21 ______ 8.75 Itt.tttt 4.75-19 __ ____ 9.70 18,90 4,73-30 — ^-, 10.25 J9.90 5,00-20 _ _____ 11,25 21.90 5,25-21 ______ 12.95 25.80 5.50-20 ______ 18.70 26,70 6,00,20 ______ 15,20 89.50 6,50-20 ------ 17,15 88,80 7.00-21 ______ 20.15 89,JO All other sizes priced proportionately low. The name Firestone is on every tire Firestone makes. They do not make tires under Special Brand names for ,• mail order houses or other distributors, Such tires are made by some unknown manufacturer and sold under > a name that does not identify him to the public, usually because he builds his first line tires «Mer his p>yn * name, . » 4^1 4MPVMP ^PSHBIWB T^^F WJ^^^P-^^ff =HP- * ^^w ^^^F ^^^^^? ^^^^ • ! ^W^p r ^P^B !^R ^y^B^Hfc ^ff^ ^J^^p^^ s 4SSO.CI4TE tersou Electric

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