Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1931 · Page 2
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VAGHTWO catititlf AbV H. W. Post Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Erery load insured •gainst loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 898 AJgona, Iowa, SHULTZ' RECTAL CLINIC AMBULANT PROCTOLOGY 450 WOMEN IN CROWD AT F, B, STATE MEETING Lakota. Jan. 20—The weather and road conditions being (deal, attend-* Piles (hemorrhoids) cured •without operation. Other rectal conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 218-219-220 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf ance at"the"l2th annual convention | January 12-16 at Des Moines of the. jlowa Farm Bureau Federation far exceeded that of any previous year. •The meetings were held as usual at f Uhe Shrine Temple. ; i A.t the first convention 12 years laeo there was ah attendance of > about 300 men and only one worn-, 'an This year there were 450 worn-• ien reetetered for women's special •'meetlnw. with Mrs. E. Richards*; •^ pre«Ming officer. The programs were most "interesting and instructive ; The *tite soal for woman's work for 1931 was Vented and adopted. Clay county won first in a rural contest: Jasper county. rural quartet: Franklin for the largest mem- orchestra first ir. county first Vo'nTv>'"i'i--e marketing held an important place in the general pro—-im «am Thompson, national president, gave an excellent address Thursday afternoon. Th»-e were 1.538 persons at a banuuet at the Exposition room that evn'lne. and more than 30i> persons had to"be turned away. Mrs. Cnas. •?ewell Indiana director of Home and'Community work of the American Farm Bureau, pave the principal address. Blanche Brobeil sac City, and Robert Ward. Fort Dodge. • respective presidents of the C. F. Redlich, Minneapolis, Minn., 4 _ H c i u b eirte and boys, were •will demonstrate without charge his ; trcK iuced and each gave a short RUPTURE EXPERT HERE Persons and Seen** in the Current Newt Igtit **<*|*«* sn*/»t«PP«d on halfr 8t«c« ih,*M sfiii h*« Ww)l It »re of tJoctblrW^lt'jf'ArWiittdng';'." . t «_UM«ac. TueMy »^lght the unlor high boys and girls went to Bancroft to play basket ball. The jedyard g'rls vfer4 defeated, 8-8, ut the boys won, 33-3. Delores Mayne 4; Party- Little Delores Mayne celebrated er fourth birthday by entertaining ttle friends Saturday. Games were layed and lunch Was served. 'our-II Girts Cue patterns— The 4-H girls met Saturday at 1-Senator Xve of North Dakota (left) displaying a snllflsh he caught at Miami Bench while Investigating the Everglade* as'n site for a national park. 2-Prof. Fran. Bon«, anthropologist of Columb a un verslty, who Is the new president of the American Society for the Advancement of Science. 3-Scene In Baltimore during the burning of the plant of the Baltimore Post. truck now arrives at Lakota at 11 a. m.. but makes the return trip on the in " i old schedule. unequaled method in ALGONA Monday, February 2 at th« Algona hotel from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Mr. C. F. Redlich says: Th« "Perfect Retention Shields" Jjokl the rupture perfectly, no matter -what position the bodv assumes national; Little Boy Overcomes Flu— | Little Bennie Harms had a eeri- ous attack of intestinal flu last talk: also Fred Stanek, corn-husking champion. Mr« W H. Jacobs. Forest Citj., wa= cho=en state committee-woman | week, but is recovering rapidly, for" the second Farm Bureau district, in which Kossuth is one of the 11 counties. Sam Thompson says: "Measured | atives last Other Lakota. The Carl ChrisLs entertained rel- the .bv'the tapeline of achievement •or how heavy a weight you lift.! ^,, ntv . 6t ate. and national Farm They give instant relief and contract Bureau's are a success, but there is the opening in a. remarkably short time. The secret of their success is their simplicity. An expertly ad- Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Christ's birthday: the Mike Christs, the William Tras- amers, the Jack Millers, and the Bureaus are . --------- — -----no substitute for well informed, ac- , Albert Krosches. tive membership." I Ju]!a and Lu Verne Leisveld took ln Iowa now has more than 63,000 , Wadg Bal) t(j A , gona ]agt week justed device sea.s the opening with- and leads the nation m , TuMday> and from there he took a „,.* s< a ___ <•„_.. „„ L. ;_.,._ , ____ membership. 'train to Laredo, Mo., to visit rela- A statewide -rural chorus made its ' tjves a month first appearance last week Wednes- ' day evening, and was a decided suc- out discomfort or detention from -work. It is practically everlasting. .sanitary, comfortable and actually • • _ . Ut.1V CVcIllllKi dllVl »•» do u. vi<_i.»vn_u ui*^ t±? ™^^! ." h l* "!r! t0f0re ;ce^, with 250 men and women sing- were considered uncontrolable. Stomach troubles, backache and constipation, nearly always a consequence of rupture, promptly disappear. Bring your children. According to statistics 95% recover by our method. NOTICE: All whom we have treated during the past ten years are invited to come in for a free inspection. HOME OFFICE: ing five songs chosen by the state leaders. Shippers Meet, >"ame Officers— The Lakota Livestock Shipping association held its annual meeting at the Woodman hall Friday, with an attendance of 25. Officers were re-elected: president, George Winter; vice president, J. E. Telcamp; secretary-treasurer, Jerry Heetland; other directors, Arthur Anderson, 535 Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn j C K ' R'PPemrop. Jerry Ukena is j again manager. R. M. Hall, Mason (City, hac! been engaged as speaker, I but arrived so late that most of the | men had gone home. Mr. Hall is ! manager of the North Iowa Market- CAROLINA WOMAN Lost 47 Ibs, In 3 Months and Feels Years Younger taking Kruschen ing association. Library's Annual MeetJne Held— The annual meeting of the Seymour library was held Friday, and officers were elected: president, Mrs. Woodworth; vice president, Mrs. Murray; secretary, Mrs. Hamquist; assistant secretary, Mrs. Ley; treasurer, Mrs. I. E. Wortman. The Friday be- Total receipts then weighed 217 pounds waa'al-^ Or last year . 0 T 8rne , $113 ' 7 °' a " d , dis ar rr B ;'™,-r,^i'' u ™'"™- -"&--' The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson GIVES OBSERVATORY "I have been Salts for nearly three months. I ! in warm water every morning. 1 j atd Fides. "Now I am glad to say I am a •well woman, feel much stronger, years younger and my weight is 170 jpounds. I do not only feel better fcut 1 look better, so all my friends jay. •"I shall never be without Kruschen Salts, read during the year, or an average of 73 books taken out every day the library was open. Creamery Officers are Renamed— The annual meeting of the Ger- manla Creamery company was held Saturday at the Woodman hall. Officers were ^.elected; president, cease taking my I Gus S[e i n b U rg; vice president, E. •daily do** and more than glad to! Traaa secretary, John Smith; ° r the great Citizens' Savings bank as buttermaker. tap but truly I feel so indebted" to Profess ° r Ru^k, of Ames, talked you for putting out such wonderful °. n Kradin f, cream ' and M ' P / ChrLs : salts that I cannot say enough " : tiansen ' - A - 1 S° na . on marketing and A bottle of Krusohen Salt-s that! SCOnns butter ' , weeks costs but So cents at! A ld Observes Two Birthdays— . Lusby s and druggists the! Mrs . Gua Torine and Mrs . x . E . over. Take one half teaspoon ] Noble were nosteases to t he Metho- h ho .V vater ever >' mo™-i ,1^ Aid at the church last week oreaKtast. j "Wednesday. As it was the birthday i to dm will help—cut I of Mra . drabau and Mrs. H. D. fatty meats—go | Mussman, the tables were decorated with birthday cakes and candles. Plans were laid for a 25c supper to be served by the first division this week Wednesday. attended a coaching conference at the Algona Methodist church last week Tuesday and Wednesday. The Sunday evening service at the Presbyterian church was put on by the members of the Missionary society. A program was given. The F. G. Torines, Mrs. N. E. Xoble, and Mrs. Jos. Faulkner visited the Samuel Warburtons at Swea City Friday evening. Mrs. Elvlna Pierce, Mrs. J. B. Woodworth, and the Carl Morris family, Mason City, were guests of the Harold Pierces Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith spent the week-end at Pomeroy, visiting C. P..'s brother Albert. The Harold Pierces attended a telephone business meeting at Bancroft last Thursday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Adams last week Wednesday. The E. R. "Worleys spent Sunday with the Iversons at Rlngsted. LEDYARD WINS FROM SENEGA IN FAST GAME Ledyard, Jan. 20 — The Seneca boys and girls played basketball here Friday night. The Seneca girls won, 29-10. The first part of the boys' game was rather slow and there was not much scoring. In the first quarter Seneca led, 7-4. At the half the score was 9-6, still in favor of Seneca. l n the third quarter Seneca stood 13, Ledyard 11. In the last quarter Ledyard commenced scoring and scored 19 points to Seneca's 1, making the score 30-14. Following are the box scores: LEDYARD. FG Mrs. D. A. Dunlap of Toronto, Can., who, with her son, D. Mortal Dunlap, la to donate one of the finest astronomical observatories In the world as a memorial to David A. Dunlap, who died sir years ago. The telescope which Is now under construction In England, will be a 74-Inch reflecting type, second In size only to the Instrument on Mount Wilson, Calif. The observatory will be In charge of the department of astronomy of the University of Toronto. Cecil Long, Marjorie Matzener Dwight Smith, Mildred Vaughn Maynard White. Seventh grade*—WJDJIam Barnes, 2rma Cassem, Ervin Johnson, Vloet Long, Victor Mansmith, Wllll' Stubbe, Leonard Warner, Clara IVirtjes, Jack MouJton,' Helen Dut on. Sixth grade—Doris Welfare, Hen retta O'Keefe, Ervelyn Mayne, Edith Logan, Alice Johnson, Cleo Gable ou butter, cream and Kruschen way is the way to lose fat. Try one bottle and if not joyfully satisfied— *noney back. Repairing of Fine WATCHES CLOCKS Auto and Electric Clocks. We use only genuine material for each and every watch, crystals In fancy shapes fitted. Quick service. Jewelry repairing, making over old jewelry into new sytles. Remounting of diamonds in latest style mountings. Fine letter and monogram engraving on jewelry, rings, and silverware. "We match any pattern in silver you want. Your watch or clock needs overhauling and oiling at least every year. Parts wear from lack of oil. You would not let your auto run without oiling. Glasses fitted by our doctor of optics. Into the beet frames to suit your face. Lenses matched, spectacles repaired. We can fit you with glasses complete from $8.50 and up depending on your frames and lenses. We have fitted glasses lor forty years. F.W.WEHLER&CO. Jeweler—OptometrUt 240. Algona, Iowa. Grays Have Auto Accident— -As Mr. and Mrs. Gray and their two sons from Ledyard were driving I west of the cemetery Sunday night I in the storm they failed to see a ! turn north, ran into the ditch, and j struck a bank, which wrecked the j front end of the car badly. No one I was hurt. They went to George ! Winter's and called the Ley gar- jage. I Lenders Receive Fourth Lesson— I Ledyard and Lincoln township lo|cal leaders met at Mrs. A. Q Smith's last week Tuesday and were given the fourth lesson in the worn an's project, Personal Efficiencj and Planned Leisure, by the new H D. A., Muriel Body. Seven leader from Lincoln and seven from Led yard attended. >"epliew of Warburtous Married- William Warburton, nephew o the J. H. Warburtons, has been married to Doris Gilmore, Topeka Has. His parents, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Warburton, Swea City, lef Saturday for Topeka to attend th wedding. Bill is assistant manage of a Kresge store at Topeka. Ira Gingrich Badly Hurt— Ira Gingrich, Ledyard, former res ident of Lakota, had both leg broken one day last week. He was splitting logs by using dynamite when a piece of flying wood etruc him. He was taken to a hospital a Algona and is reported in seriou condition. Lincoln F. B. Women Meet- Lincoln township Farm Burea women held a monthly meeting a Mrs. Henry Patterson's with an at tendance of 20. Mrs. David Patter son and Mrs. Henry Patterson wi be delegates to Ames February for the annual Farm and Horn week. mail Player Gree n Barnes able erzog sterman tubbe "layer chuler -.arson Jodden enson 'eterson Truck Arrives Earlier— The Lake Mills-Bancroft FT 0 0 0 0 FT o 0 1 0 1 'ames, Gertrude and Cecil Darnell Fifth grade—Verna' Berglund Donald Berhowi Arlowe Blome Cingsley Engleby, Alvira Halvorson Agnes J'unkermelr, Howard Long Betty Matzener, Lillian -Wentworth Fourth grade—Tillie Swalve, Rob ert Dorsey, -Maynard Warner, lona Wentworth. e Third grade—Chester Jorgenson Second grade—Maxine Berhow Vivian Christ, Marvel Halvorson Melbourne Haag, Otto Swalve, Har old Warner. Henry Grays Have Accident— The Henry Grays went to Kam rar Sunday to visit Mrs. Gray's brothers, Jerry and Sandy Walter man. Coming home in the snow Jake did not see a corner soon enough and when he put on th brakes too quickly the car slid Into the ditch, breaking one wheel am damaging another. No one was in jured badly; just slight bruises. J garage man at Lakota brough them home. B. C. Team Defeats Independents— Last Thursday night- the Indepen dent basketball team played Us firs game this season on the home floo against Buffalo Center. The gam •was close, and was tied severe, times; in fact a half minute befor the game was over the score was 17-17 . Then one of the local boy fouled and Buffalo made the fre throw, winning 18-17. Pastor Must Have Operation— The Rev. Mr. Dammon is still a Fairmont, and will undergo an oper ation as soon as a cold permits An x-ray picture shows a growl at the outlet of the stomach, an the operation will be to make new outlet. Infection Lames Mrs. Beyse— Mrs. Glen Beyse has been havin a serous time with a foot. Abou imma Outknecht's. The lesson was n cutting 1 out patterns. Teh girls ttended. - (Ithcr Ledyard. Dr. and Mrs. Guy Anderson, aughter Ma'rlbeth, arid a nephew, .oy Anderson, ''all.-' of Ackley, call ed at Mrs. Anderson's brother L V. Welmer's .last week Tuesday at ernoon. They had been at Mln .eapolls, and were en route home. They also stopped at Algona to Isit Doctor Anderson's parents. Orlando Jackson and his wife, of laaon City, with Orlando's brother .nd the latter's wife, of Story City, pent Sunday with the brothers Basil and Bernard Jackson, north of own. Mrs. Jos. Heany's sister returned o her home at Prescott, Wls., Frl- lay, Mrs. Heany, Mrs. Jenks/ and Urs. Neister taking her as far as Blue Earth, whence she took a bus. Th.e Methodist Aid meets this tveek Thursday in the church base-, ment; Mesdames Johnson, Mayne, and Mayer, hostesses. Marvin Lloyd has recovered from Jleurisy and is again ab'le to at:end school. Norma Mansmith, who has been working at- Algona, is visiting her parents. The Sunshine club met.last .week Tuesday night with Mrs.'EM Halvor ion. The Epworth jJeague met here Sunday night, James Logan leading. FAWJIUJEJ HEAR FENTON IBRKEO OOJIfinil TWO FIRES Fehtort, 'Jan, *,4ft *~ A.. defectlv* chimney Is thought to have started a fire which destroyed, the farm home of Truman Thompson, ndrth* west of *V»nton, last Week Wednes-' day night. Only* a small portion ot the furnishings were saved. The loss was partly covered by insurance. A goodwill shower was given at Ole Berkland's Saturday afternoon for the family. Sparks from a chimney are supposed to have been responsible for another fire in which the dwelling on the August Krause, Sr. farm, near Lbtte Creek, was biirhed last week Tuesday afternoon. The furnishings were saved, bufc the build- Ing was burned to the ground. The loss was covered with Insurance. , BUSINESS DIRE! , -.-^--r,- qouwn «„,„( Weekly Newspaper Founded i B i Entered as Second-Clans M.H December .ll< 1908, at the fa£ at Algona, iowa, Under the of March 2, 1579. ' LAWYERS W. B. Quarton fltJARTON * Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, resident Algona, Iowa. «..!» BON AH Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bu Office phone 460-W. Algona, ] Wesleyans Quarantined. Wesley, Jan. 2fl — Mrs. John Weiland Jr., north of Wesley, and her two young children have scarlet fever. The house; Was placarded last Thursday. SORE THROATS AND COUGHS -". Qnlcklr Believed by This Safe Prescription. , '. Here's a doctor's prescription, called Thoxine that Is 'really! throat Insurance. Ite success Is due to,"its quick , double action. TVlth > the Very first swallow it soothes. ' -,< the , core throat and stops 'the' coughing. : It goes direct to the Internal cause. The remarkable thing about Thox- Ine Is that while It relieves almost instantly It contains- nothing. harmful, and Is pleasant tasting and safe for the -whole family. . Singers' and speakers 'find . Tlioxine; very valuable. Put' up ready for ,use In 3Bc, 60c, and '$1.00. bottlea; Your money back' If not 'satisfied. .... Sold, by -Lusby Drug Co., and all other good ' HCLLIVAN, MeMAHOJ, & r,vJ J. ,.W. Sullivan s. E. M L. E. Llnnan ' Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 261; j. \y s J S. E. Me, 403. •• ''' HAHKIN6TON A T. P. Harrington L. j. rjj c jj ' . Attorneys-at-Law Phones: Office, 287; T. p. E. J. VAN NESS O. M'. STIUjj Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank! Phone 213-W. Algona, I, Q. D. Shunrway • E D l SIIUMWAY * KELLt • '1 Attorneys-at-Law Office in Quinby Block, Phone 68. Algona, L. A. W1NKEL Attorney-at-Lniv . Office in Qulnby Building Phone 180. ' DOCTORS drug stores. (D 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 PRESTONE FREEZING SOLUTION Prestone, $3.50 gallon; was $5.00. Used Cars 1929 6-cyl. Chev. coupe 1929 6-cyl. Chev. coach 1926 Chevrolet sedan Model A Ford coupe 1929 Chev. 6 sedan landau Kohlhaas Bros. ' PHONE 200 KENEFICK * CEAMTftH M. J. Keneflck - R. H. Craw, Physicians and Surgeons, I Offices: Algona Hospital; phontl ; Residence Phones: Keneflck, 57. "" . Crawford, j C. H. CEETZMEYEB Physician and Surgeon Office In John, Galbraith Bio Phones: Office 310, res. 444, WALTER FBASEIt, M. ft] Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Phone No. 12. DB. W. D. ANDREWS Oiteopathlc Physician and Sni Eye, Ear, Noae, and Throat- X-ray. Office over HUb Recreation Phones: Office, 187; residence,] DR. "P. fi. WALLET Osteopathle Physlckn. Rectal diseases-and confine: cases. Office phone 79. Residence I Over Zender A^Caldwell Sti ALGONA, IOWA P. V. JAN8E, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Office on South Dodge StaL Phones: Office, 666; resident,] Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS DR. A. D. ADAMS Dentist Office In FJrst National Bank! Phones: Office, 20; res., DR. H. V. OLSOH Dratbt Located over Christenaen Phones: Business US, Resides ' Algona, Iowa - PRICES SLASHED TIRE BARGAINS BE. C. D. 8CHAAP Dentllt Located in former Dr. W. H. I office, over;Christ*naen Bro«,,i Phone 133. CHIROPRACTORS DR. R. J. THIS8EN Palmer Graduate Chiro. Thirteen year'*- successful Office over State's Cafaj VETERINARY X. W. FOX Veterinarian West State Street, Algo Phones; Office 476-W., res. ( BUILDING CONTRA( COWAN * SON General Contractors, Estimates Furnished. Phones: Business, 639-Jr MACHINISTS layer Moulton O'Keefe Berhow 3rack Logeman !Xorrie LEDYARD GIRLS FG 3 0 1 0 0 0 FT O 0 0 0 0 0 Player oetsch Bollig Jenson Kueck D. Jenson Nielson Patterson Crowley SENECA GIRLS FG g 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 FT School Attendance Record Out— Many pupils were neither absent nor tardy during the first semester: Seniors—Gladys Berglund, Reuben Green, Mary Jane Lewis. Juniors—E3gar LaCoeur, Alice Moulton, Elmer Zielske. Sophomores—Irma Barslou, Willis Dyer, Annie Isebrand, Lydia Logeman, Melbourne Mansmith, Lumetta Reece, Irene and Elsie Swartz, Eleanor Sanders, Mary Miller. Freshmen—Emmet Berhow, He- Hnda Goetz, Esther Green, Tilmer Halvorson, Anna Jones, Elva O 1 Kpefe, Freda Schadendorf Sandy Stubbe, Lillian Sanders, Kenneth Thompson, John Winters, jerry Barnes. Eighth grade—Raymond Browa- Ine, Laura Button, Albert and Ella Goetz, Alice and Esther Junkermelr, CRUDE RUBBER Under Cost of production BUY NOW AND SAVE SPECIAL 30x31 . . $3.50 29x4.40 . . $4.50 Full Size Speedway Cotton at lowest price in years BUY NOW AND SAVE NO ETON MACHINE WOL Machinists and Weldeii] Service stock on Piston and Bearings. | West of 'Courthouse, ' PRODUCE SWIFT Y COMPANY Cash Buyers. Poultry, Egga, and Hide»| Matt Lanauth, Mgr. Phone 264. INSURANCE GOODYEAR PATHFINDER TREAD Life Time Guarantee 29x4.40 30x4.50 28x4.75 $4.98 5.69 6,65 THE NEW OVERSIZE Goodyear Allweather 29x4,40 30x4.50 28x4.75 $7.05 7.85 8,55 KOSSUTH COUNTY MCI IN8UEANCB A8SOCIAT Over 115,008,000 worth of In In force. A home company. •ecure. j, Q. ALGONA INSUEASC AGENCT C. E. La Bam Al Falk ...;,.. Service Phone City Property Loans. Farm Insurance, Real Estat* CUNNINGHAM * " W. State St '-:. Algona.; JOB GBEENBEBU New and used Auto Tires an$ Accessories. Hide*. Fur and Wool I«wa, All Other Sizes in Proportion! Thi* price subject to change without notice Clapp's Master Service Willard Batteries. Car Wanning - Creating". Brake Testing Iti+UUI+UlAlAiAi+i+ffKiAmAmj^^ -*»*y »~w»wg Kossuth County| State Bank W. Wodfworth, Oba . T. H. Wad«wortb, O. an, Vlc« J. 8.

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