Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1931
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the .VVllbur Schram, Tl- oratorical division; Grant township, COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA OLIO, *"*" '-, ;• Mr. i Dickey', ajl Z/'judged the contest. SBhedbytheTltOnka dub and by a mixed r c omposed of Marie Brandt, 1 Pannkuk, Edith Key- Becd, Clifton Schultz, rner. presented—. "Deacon Dubbs, was „ cost from the Doan the Hagen hall last evening. The cast Dubbs, Dean An- ....llplo, Alma,Deeper, UcNut, Gordon Hansen; Yen- ^Tefcb^Trixle Coleman' Uwon: Amos Coleman, long farm south of" town, moved Saturday to the Alta Clement farm West of town. The Methodist Aid met'last week Wednesday afternoon Jn the church basement. Mrs. George Peterson artd Mrs. William Peterson served lutieh. , Mrs. Ciaiitte Vlnson, who has spent two weeks with her mother and Other relatives, returned Monday to her- homeiln northern Minnesota-. Mrs. w;. J. 'tJehtbn drove to Swea City Monday night to spend a few hours with Her brother, Herbfert Winter; who has been 111. 13. O. Slack, manager of the Farmers' elevator, suffered n, sprained wrist, In a fall. Lester Hagen iu taking his place. Jesse Htito.hlnson, Minneapolis, spent the week-end with relatives. Jesse attends school at Minneapolis. The Edward Zwelfels left Friday for Boycevllle, Wls., to spend the week-end with 'the Zane Helfners. The William Fishers have moved to Wesley. Mr. Fisher Is employe^ by the county. . The Methodist Aid held Its regular monthly 6 o'clock dinner Thursday evening. , Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy drove to West Bent Saturday to visit her parents, John Zwelfel, of Ames, spent Saturday. v on business here. FARMERS MOVE TO NEW HOMES ATIRVINGTON Irvington, Mar. 3 — The T. E. been realtor several PAGETHRM In the hospital several days before She Is reported doing the operation, well. William Steil Suffers Stroke- Mrs. Edward Hammer received Word late last week that her brother, William Steil, near Burt, had suffered a stroke. Mrs. Hammer went to his home Immediately. Other Irylngton News. The P. W. Qrobes and the Henry Lofings, Mason City, were Sunday visitors at the A. McLeans. Sundav visitors at M. L. Honey's were Mr and,Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mrs. H. R Cowan, D. T Smith, Mr and Mrs. announce the arrival of" a son, tHclr first-born, Monday morning. Mrs. Blanchard was Lucille Newbrough. Biittln&ton; and taurancW Krlckson. Bernlce 11"Monday night 'and I to take her port, so Beryl Instituted. The Doan peo- the play some time ago Ipoan church. Mrs. Craven I them. There was a «ood here Monday night. .„ Birthday Party- ^ anmjal Sunday school birth;» was held Sunday morning. lid and adult contributed his offering and received f angel-food cake. A program liven: Scripture reading, 100 fof psalms, by Mrs. Thomp"The birthday cake for | and 5 girls," bjr Patty ..Ball, isterrlcher, Robert Budlong, •Wiekwlres, whp have dents of this vicinity y,ears, .are moving to a farm several miles northeast. ' ; 'H. A. Summers,' of CJear Lake, ho«. moved, to their former home. The Henry Scheppmans, from near Burt, have moved to the farm recently occupied by the A. McLeans, who have moved to a house in Irvington. The Clare Robl- sons recently moved from the Bloomer farm, near the Fisher bridge, to Algona. The Peter Holdts, from Corwlth, are now on the Bloomer farm. The Roy Butterflelds .and the Edw. Dltsworths have moved to farms near Burt. The Mor- rla Parsons family has the former DIUworth place. The Ray Selferts now live on a farm on the Ridge Road, and Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner are on the Sample farm, Just.vacated by Selferts. New peo- John Wheelock, and Clarence Robison, all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Philp recently returned from Minnesota, where they visited Percy's parents, Mr and Mrs. Fred Philp. Percy and his wife have now gone to Kanawha, where they are employed. ^ The Rev. A. English preached on "Jesus stood nnd cried saying, If any man thirst let him come unto me and drink.—St. John 7:37, He explained to the children why a needle will float. The Aid will meet this week Thursday afternoon at the Annex; Mesdames Cox and Miller, hostesses. Mrs. Jack Wooley, Waterloo, has been a recent visitor at Russel Maxwell's. Mrs. Wayne Keith, formerly Doris Brown, who had been at the Kossuth hospital since the birth of a daughter February 20, has returned to her home near Burt. Mrs. Jack Devlne left one day last week with her mother to spend a, few weeks visiting and Incidentally gaining strength from her attack of double pneumonia, i The Arnold Maxwells, West Bend, recently spent several days at Russell Maxwell's. Arnold and Russell are brothers. Mrs. Russell Maxwell's Larkln club will meet this week Wednesday with Mrs. John Bockes. The Embroidery club will , meet this week Wednesday with • Mrs. George Stewart. Mrs. Fred Hackbarth, Lotto Creek, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. - Andrew Funk. Wana Patterson spent last weekend at the M. T. Love's, riear Garner. • School Election Next Monday— The annual school election will be held next Monday. The 3-year terms of Dell Marlow and Frederick SchultB expire. Other Lone Rock. The teachers spent the week-end at their respective homes: Lura Sewick, Burt; Ruth Cross, Curlew; Miss Behrman, Bancroft; Harriett Fish, Whlttemore. Mr. : and Mrs. O. A. their granddaughter, Sharp Betty and Ann y Florence Reynold's class. idles were lit to represent it•. races of' .peopje; « I black, and white. The' blrth- rty ended with a song, "In There Rings a Melody." pie. haire; njovedRjinto - 'ttur tenant house on the Frlderes farm. The Tony Sorensons are living at the home. In Irvington. The MOVERS' WEEK OBSERVED BY L R, FARMERS for Story Hoar— community children's story held at the Legion ball Sat | afternoon by the Auxiliary. by 56 children. Miss a teacher In *h$ consoll- |school, was In .charge. The i were shown mementoes of war, and had them ex| to them. The children voted ; a new member apiece to : meeting. I Honor* Ex-Titonlu Girl— .en.Pafcer, Brlt;t,, for- lot Tl,tonka,: t ent£rtalnfd,at a clock luncheon .in honor of i.Dahl, Britt, ateo tor- | o("Titonka,. Friday.':G\ie»t« :onka included Mrs. H. A. Mrs. Roy Budlong, Mm. Peterson, Mrs. Lee- O. Edith Budlong, Mrs. J. J. V, Mrs. R. c. Ball, and Mrs. »it 4-H Meetinc_ i drat 4-H club meetlnc of Saturday afternoon at .ymond Krantz home, 2« girls in their enrollment cards, ) were made for the second newlng. The girls have I to take up a, course In for- The neit meeting will b» for the Schutjera— night some ot the neigh- •ve a farewell surprise party f. and Mrs. Clarence Schutjer, "moving to. .on*,., of Mr. s father's farms southeast The guests were enter- cards, ,and lunch' was fUu» Benefit Party—. meeting of the Aux wetlt it waa voted to spon- i«r benefit card party I M In the I. o, O. F. hall. fit from theae parties will In welfare and rehabillta- called O.- Millers are on- the Jeaae Bedell farm, recently occupied by Charles Rutledge. i*Jlsn Kings to Missouri— The Allan Kings left Friday evening: for Plainfleld, Mo., 800 milea from he^e, where they plan to make their home. Mr. King, who returned from Iowa City, .where he had been a .patient for some time, a few weeks •go, had been slowly recovering and was considered able to make the trip. . Laqt summer ' the Kings were employed at L. Kuhlman'e, and they were to, hare worked this year for J. C. Mawdaley had not Mr. King's health prevented. The nous* they vacated ttsnow/occupled by.-the 'Dan i«|llfl«t:,f«Jnnir; working; for Mr. Mawdaley. •Jf/'U Honey gaffers FmH— = „•.-. . ; -• ' tS'. I*. Rohey : ia recovering from a sprained back Buffered $ore than two 'weeks ago In a fall from his windmill. He had gone part way up the ladder after. dark one evening;' to locate a fire at the house recently vacated by the Vessels fam- fly. He miscalculated the distance coming down, and thinking he was on the last rung stepped backward while he was several feet from the ground. He had been unable to leave his, bed till a few days ago. BMfr Club to Meet— The next meeting of the Lone Eagle 4-H club, of Rlverdale, will take place at the home of Elizabeth Lenertz. Two new members, Luella Waldschmldt and Loretta Heldt, will be taken into the club. Roll call will be answered with names of favorite-birds. Elizabeth Lenertz will (lye. •/ talk on smock-making, and Katherlne Schoby will tell when and wh«r» to wear wnocks. Wana Pat- ilersonr will 'talk on personal thy giefie Lone Rock> Mar. •'J—Thia is. the time of year for moving, and several families arc changing places, with new ones coming in. Elmer Josperaon, from Algona, has moved pt Out— .. Apartment 'waa W Bergman place H o'crock Sunday The fire, which caught w«Hy chimney, was soon • and little damage was done. to the 'place north of town formerly farmed by Hugh Marlow. C. L. Lohso has moved to the farm near Seneca which had been occupied by the C. C. Coopers, who have moved to a farm a couple of milea west. Hugo Gade, Whlttemore, has moved to Mrs. Jack McBHde's farm. The Schryvere, who lived there last year, have moved to a Shaw farm, near the river. H. E. Looft will farm the place which was occupied by the Ben Potters, of Seneca. S. W. Nelson has moved to the Albert Hutch- n' tenant: house; no^h of ^t Wedding AnnlTtTsary Celebrated- Mr, and Mrs. Glen Sharp entertained in honor of the fourth wed-' ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.- Chris Godfredson, Ringated, Sunday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Holte, Mr. and Mrs. Ir- vln Chrlstensen, Mr. and Mrs. Einer Ostergaard, all of -Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alderson, son Arnold, and Mr, and Mrs. John Dempsey, Pen ton. The evening was spent at playing EOO and Mrs. Alderaon won the high score, Mrs. John Dempsey the cut. '. County Welfare Worker Speaks— Mrs. Elinor Sutton, county welfare, worker, gave a talk at a Parent-Teacher meeting here last Thursday evening. After the program the men played volley ball. Son for. tbe Edw. Blanchardt— Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blanchard Sharp, visited the James Armstrong's at Llvermore Sunday, Mrs. N. L. Cotton has been sick. The Harley Shellitoa, Ames, spent the week-end with Mrs. Shelllto's parents, the Cottons. John Sones returned to Cherokee Saturday. Mrs. Sones and her daughter Beverly remained for a longer visit. Esther Godden, telephone operator, has been sick a week, and Mrs. H. J. Rice is taking her place at the board. Mrs. Hugh Walsh was called to Dwight, 111., one day last week by news of the serious Illness of a relative. The Harry Rahns and' Reno Woodwick were entertained at dinner Sunday at Wayne Godden'e, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. August Mielke, Whlttemore, spent last week Wednesday at P. E. Macumber's. Mrs. H. N. Osher has returned to her home at Graettinger, after two weeks at Ernest Jensen's. , Francis Kuhn went to Des Molnes last week Wednesday for medical treatment,, returning Friday. The J. M. Blanchards wero entertained at dinner at Lester Johnson's, near-Bancroft; Sunday. . Mrs. Ira .N«wbrough ,wlll entertain the Auxiliary next week Wednesday afternoon. Ruby, Viola, and Howard Schultz, Forest City, visited the Frederick Schultzes Sunday. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough attended the funeral of a cousin at Humboldt last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger visited the Charles Schultzes at Forest City Sunday. • ' Mrsr Frederick Schultz will entertain the Sewing club this week Thursday. Little Shirley Marlow entertained girl friends In honor of her birthday . Saturday. *[.... The Larkln. club, met .with. Mrs. M. k -Blanchard last week Tuesday evening. The. jB*aj»k- FlaigB,,.visited at Rudolph Safflhgei'B,. •Clear Lake,, Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Janvrln, Bancroft, visited Sunday at Mrs. Fred Flalg's. The B. O. Rodericks, Maeon City, L, E. WEAVER RECALLS MANY OLD FRIENDS *. E. Weaver, Sherwood, N. D., brother of M. P'. Weaver, renewed his Advance subscription recently and wrote: "There are still a few old-timers whom we remember . . . Harold, our boy who was born at Algona, has been In California for the last seven years; he Is supervisor of research work In the city schools at Taft. Wilfred, the second boy, Is at San Diego, In the radio business. Jerome Is still at the U. of N. D.; has been there 'three years . . . We still like to.read about the people we used to knoW.'V Mr. Weaver has a hardware store and also handles furniture and funeral supplies. His wife, formerly Elizabeth Neuman, Is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Neuman, and the sister of Mrs. Josephine Stanton, Mrs. James Brophy, and Mrs. Jos. Aman. New Whlttemore Garage. Whlttemore, Mar. 3 — Timothy O'Brien, who had operated .an auto repair shop at Lawler during the last few years, Is. opening a shop in the Bestenlehner building and has moved his Lawler equipment here. The building he had at Lawler was recently burned down. I South Cretco J Tho Mothers & Daughters club will meet next week Thursday with Mrs. William Runchey; topic, How to Cultivate Good Habits In Children; leader, Mrs. W. L. Martin. Representatives of the club attended the county Federation meeting, at Lakota last week" Tuesday. The Aid society will serve a 2oc supper this week Wednesday evening at Mrs. D. s. Wlldin's. Sadie Potter began teaching southeast of St. Benedict Monday, substituting for Mrs. Martha Potter Applegate. The latter Is laid up as the result of shin Injuries suffered in a fall down baserrient steps a week ago Friday evening. The Welses, on the former C. W. Uutledge farm, have moved to a farm between Burt and Lone Rock; the Hugo Gades from, the farm owned by Mrs. Agatha Green-Goed- era to a farm near Seneca, and a Mr. Thllges, a bachelor, has the farm they vacated; Ira Button has moved to the Cook 80, farmed' last year by Mr. Hjelmer; the L. R. Dut- tons, Algona, have moved back to their farm, vacated by the Ira Dut- tons; the John Dltsworths . have moved to the Slater farm, vacated by the George Steils, who have moved to Algona. Clean Gotten Rags Wanted-Advance " . ' • •• .-'•** , i .. .. - .' IMAGINE THESE High-Priced Features In a Voss Washer $ 59 .95 AT RETAIL spent Sunday at J. I* Roderick's. Martin Larsen has been sawing wood at Geo. C. Hanna's. The Ed Dlttmers. Burt, spent Sunday at N. L. Cotton's. Quarantined Second Time. Whlttemore, Feb. 24 — The home of Banker Frank Bestentehner was released from quarantine for.acarlet Yever',' 1 Friday, "but only' f Or a'day- Francis Jr. had the disease, an* then Annette came down with it Saturday, so the family had to be _l*i» 'i.?»*^ V»—J ~__A+IBJ*«I ' .'.- tlftinsMk^V OC. I The Earl Millers went Boone four weeks. March 10 — B. A. uaroraicn, 114 miles southwest ofi, Algona, general farm »ale. Mar. 18—C. W. Patterson, 2 miles north of Burt, 80 Hampshire bred sows, cattle and machinery. Wanted: Tom io try Wemartft »«§»•• tie B«»e4r. B»»elM» •vf*T fcone, Mteto, tftMM Mi !•»•*• Ifcwws tbe ewe. : 8 »fH »• .aim. Mover tack » It «*Hfc all ,„-.. , ft t ,», party Wednesday 'afternoon", In'h'ono* ef-herTM- -.»". . »^»«vyi^ ..•'-• Kranta-twisted hjs'knee t ban o tWednesdft y white •""' on the school grounds. ' n'c*ly and will soon hut week Wednesday to attend funeral services for 11-year-old Neil Royster. NeJl was a nephew of Robert Royster, Rockford, I1L He had been alck two weeks with pneu- •jWBfc''.'.TlMK Robert' Roysters and the James Hlgbys, atotf'or Rockford. attended the funeral. .The Higleys at» atao ^ofcl Iryln«ton, resident*. having once lived on the farm now occupied by the Thomas Coleroans. HiitM Bnttb to Hocbeetor • Harold Smith, accompanied by Ted drove to Rochester last week and Harold went through in ahospital there Than¥»«iving, They re- , Ha. . Mrs, Hattte Burllngame underwent aii »pera«on tote last week for an we «i4«. She had been and Wllber m the local declama- ' Fore —TO— CHICAGO MARCH «-7-8 18,00 BOUND TBIP fipl|lf«rTickets will be good IB coaehes only on all trains March 6 au4 7, and on trains scheduled to leave not later than 8:00 a. m. March 8. AN IMPROVED BILL For Telephone WiU be Furnuhed InThe Future In order to give our customers an improved telephone bill, a new \planrpfassuing bills is being placed in effect. ? "' This new plan will become effective with your next bill which will be dated April 16 and wiV reach you about five days after that date. The bill will cover local service from April 1 to Hay 15, inclusive, and long distance service used from February 21 to April 15, Inclusive. Thereafter your bill will he dated the 16th of each month and will cover local service for one month in advance of that date and long distance service for one month preceding that date. This plan makes possible a more ;up-to-date bill which includes all long distance charges and all credits up to the date of the bill, Our business office will be glad to fir* ni*h any farther |iforw§tl<Hi yo» want eomc^raiBg tkis »ew plan of lag bills, ' If You Are an Ex-Service Man— •- The Kossuth .County State Bank invites you to come 4n and make arrangements for your application covering the new loan privilege on your adjusted service certificate, recently passed by Congress. The new law makes it possible to borrow up to fifty per cent of the face of your certificate at 41/2 per cent-interest and the Kossuth County State Bank is ready to assist you in every way possible. We have the necessary blanks on hand. Kossuth County State Bank Algppa, Iowa \\\\\1 RARE BEAUTY of line and light green lacquer .finish, combined with 'sturdy, dependable construction. FLOATING AGITATOR, which makes possible the famous Voss "Hand Washing Method." IMPLE DRIVING MECHANISM: Precision gears for quiet operation—minimum of moving parts—all parts running in oil. No oiling worries. All parts interchangeable. Absolute dependability — assurance of long years of trouble- free service. SELF-LUBRICATING: Gears and driving mechanism run in a bath of oil. FINGER - TIP CONTROL: Elimination of trouble- som clutch on washer. Mechanism starts and stop electrically with finger-tip control. ENUINE PORCELAIN ENAMELED TUB: A thick coat of porcelain fused on a heavy one-piece tub of genuine "Armco" Ingot Iron. A surface harder than steel and as easy to clean as a china dish. STANDARD SIZE TUB: Full open top—the width of tub itself. Easy to put clothes in and easy to take them out. HAND WASHING METHOD —Not since the invention of the first washing machine has so great an improvement been achieved as is now offered in the Voss Washers. By means of the exclusive, patented Floating Agitator, the, hand washing method, with all its gentleness and thoroughness, is exactly duplicated. No longer is there need to lay aside your daintiest things to be washed by hand. The Voss will wash them cleaner and with less wear. LOVELL WRINGER: The large swinging, safety, reversible Lovell wringer , is equipped with extra large . 2 1-4 inch cushion rolls. The wringer not only removes the water, but also flushes the dirt and soap from the garment. SMALL SPACE: Measures 26x29 high; stands solid on floor; the three-leg construction assures a firm footing for the Voss on level or uneven floors. Special Designed Westing house Guaranteed Motor Recommended and Sold by ' Kohlhaas Hardware ALGONA LfRRHR Department Stores Spring ^= Sets the Pace with Greater Values in 1931 ChamoUe Crepes 49c Prints are again the joy of fashion — and BO it is I smart to. wear Printed Crepes. {These new colorful patterns are the charm of fashion. Piter Pan |Roseleigh Print 25c At surprisingly low prices, GBACREST Ftf LL^FASH- QO.% IONED SILK STOCKING —-_ 9QV No better value at the price* A beautiful silk hose with mercerized top and French heel. First quality. FIRST WITH THE' BEST FINE SHEER STOCKINGS SILK FROM TOP TO TOE , Lovely quality hose, pure silk from top to toe — full-fashioned, Picot top- French heel and sandal sole $1.39 Women's and Misses' Rayon Stocking* New low price 39C Children's Ribbed Stockings Were 26c. This year 15c HATS New straws and felts $1.98 All the new shades— smartest and most ^advanced models are .featured'here. ' / : Ruffle Curtains Assorted styles and colorings to make your selection from, quality fabrics lower priced .__ Lunch Cloth* All linen crash covers with colored 'borders- featured now at lower prices, 49x49 inch _.__ _. •. •••••_ ••. • •••*-.<""•••<.-•» .«-• Standard Percales New patterns and colorings, a fast colored print yard wide ____« BleachedSheetinff Full bleached sheeting, 9/4 width, at a new low price ^ Terry Towels 20x40 Inches Lower cotton prices permit us to offer you this really 4 Q(» unusual low value —, __^ I wV New Misses'and Women —for'— $1.98 This is an event where you find Presses that are smart, as well as practical for home wear, Some of them are so attractive, attractive turimly tailored, that they can be worn for shop* ping and sports as well. Shorti and Shirts Np finer qualities than tfeese Broad' cibtti shortSH-fast colorings— fine lustrous Rayon shirts, at, Double Coated Ivory Enamelware :14-qt. dish pans, water pails, «-qt. C56nye|£*et- ties, 10-qt. Comibinets, deep sauce pans. T&rery- one a big value. ^ «• Galvanized Water Pails 17c A big 12-qt. size at a low price. They're dipped in spelter, making them leak-proof. Aluminumware ? T qt, percolators, S-qt, sauce pans, 3-qt. Convey sauce pans, 10-qt. oval dish pans, French frying pans. Run-Resisting Rayons New arrivals in bloomers, step-ins, briefs, panties, and vests, all sizes, each :„—__,_,. Honestly you can't escape these New Rayon 'Long plain pastel at a price, that's a special inducement to you to try these— $1.00 Two-piece pajamas, comfortably cut fop sleeping. Two-tone color combinations in shades, sise$ 16 te 44. , Play »lue that strfpe launders Linen Toweling Stey«nj' |>lwcli^4 or unbleached *11 w**wv*5 wg Spyflr^ % tff Bleached Mutluu weijgfit — yard wide T _,., WorkShirU 11, •* i 5' . „»!•<?> *'~» v f > . , . r- !J-JLc.^ ^"^ ik^v t., f £

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