Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1931 · Page 2
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"w • :••:;' *•';»•• TWO COttfrf Y AflVANCtS; ALQONA. IQWA liAltnt. W t :SLEY'SB,B, DINT WINS 8 JAMES: 6 LOST •Wesley, Mar. 10 — The basket- traJI season Is over. Our boys played their last game at Buffalo Center lost Thursday. They played Fenton In the first round, bul after they had led during practically the whole game Fenton won by two ipoints, the score being 12-10. Wenley wound up the season with eight games w on out of rt.4 played, exclusive of, the tournament, in which «wt> more games were won. Chances iare good for a winning quint next year, as Orily two members of the present teiim, .lames Lloyd and Gordon Kunz, will be graduated. This •was Wesley's "second year at basket- jJvUl. The. local girls 'had a rather *poor season, but \vound up well by defeating f Uake, also the Algonn academy 1 in a practice game. The surprise I of. tlie season was their fief eat' "of Bancroft. Prospects are jjood for next year, as none of the old team will be .graduated. Tench<>rs Will Repent I'liiy— The teachers p'an to repeat their play. Kal's Kaliiboose, at Woden •next week Saturday evening. The "Woden band will furnish music. A district teachers' convention will be lield ut Mason City Thursday and Priday, March 10-20. Drives Home from California— Herbert Studer, who spent the winter working for a grading contractor in the vicinity of Long Beach, Calif., drove to his home at Excelsior. Minn., last week. The trip of 1500 miles took three days •and three nights. Harold Lloyd Kroueht Home— Harold Lloyd, who had an operation for appendicitis at the Kossuth 'hospital, Algona, a week ago Saturday, was brought home Sunday. He is doing well. Harold is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lloyd. Mission Meetings Next Week— A series oC mission meetings .will "be held at St. Joseph's church, be- Binning next Sunday and closing Sunday. .March 22. The Rev. Father T'rcge.nzer, Chicago, will have charge of the meetings. erysipelas at Mercy hospital. Mason City, returned last Thursday. Preston Clmpln spent Sunday at Mason City with his sister, Mrs. O. T. Dawson, now widowed. The Lester Lease family visited Snurtay at Hanlontown with Mrs. Lease's sister, Mrs. M. T. Rye. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Meurer, plover, spent Sunday here with his brother Joseph. Freda Kyle, Crystal Lake, Is working for Mrs. Hugh McCutchln. EX-TJiiAN DIES MARCH 7 , AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Mar. 10—William Honken, 52. died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Otto Barenthin, Saturday evening at 11 o'clock, of pneumonia. Mr. Honken was- born in Germany and lived with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arendt Honken Sr.. Titonka, until the death of his mother last December. Funeral services were held In Titonka Tuesday. He is survived by his sisters, Mrs. Otto Barenthln and Mrs. John Karels, of Bancroft, and Mrs. Karl Brown, of Lu Verne, Minn., his brother Arendt Honken Jr.. Titonka. and his father, who is making his home with the Otto Barenthlns here. spent Sunday at the Peter Mathela home. Mrs. Reltzel was Anne Mtath- els before her marriage. The H. j. Guide family and Mrs. Anne McQulrk were dinner guests at the C. C. Smith home at Hurt last week Tuesday evening. Carl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ostwinkle, Algona, was In Bancroft Sunday visiting old friends. Carl Is In the navy now. William Lattimer came up from Rockwell Thursday to see his mother, Mrs. Mary Lattimer, who Is III. Mr. nnd Mrs. Theo Austin, Cedar Falls, spent Thursday with their son Verne nnd family. IMPROVEMENTS UNDER WAY AT FUNNEMM FARM HOME Wesley, Mar. 10 — Supervisor and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark are making extensive Improvements at their home north ot \v~esley. They have raised the house, preparatory to excavating a full basement on a higher foundation. Seven men are* excavating. The roof over the kitchen will be raised, and an upstairs bedroom built over H. The northwest corner will be sauared by an addition 7x14. An enclosed porch on the southeast corner will be enlarged and will be accessible from kitchen and dining: room. A plumb- Ing system will be Installed, and, there will be a laUrtdry room In'the basement Halvor Vlotti and sons will do the carpenter work; Swen Nelson is mason. ' » Zcntner House Sold. Guy K. Mahtor reports the sale of the former Samuel Zentner house on north Mallstr eet to Mrs. Fred Zelg^er, who has taken possession. Sherman to Speak. -' T. C. Sherman Is to speak on Growing With Kossuth at a Lu Verne, township Farm Bureau meet- Ing tomorrow night. MRS, PATTERSON, LUVWKE, FETED 0!< 87TH BIRTHliAY Lu vern«!, Mar, 10 — Last Thursday was Mrs. W. A. Patterson's 87- th birthday anniversary- The event was quietly observed by relatives, friends called In the afternoon, and were served Ice cream and cake by her daughters, Mrs. I. H. Benedict, Mrs. F. I. Chapman, and Mrs. J. 1». Llchty. Many f Hands sent post cards and letters, and a bouquet of cut flowers, a potted 'plant, and other remembrances were received. "PROTECTION" A Murd6f Trial. Cast of 26 Local People Algona Methodist Church] UNION MEETINGS "',""'••• MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 1 6 Public Invited. Kin> Dnimiiri's Apartment House— The fire department was called | out la.st week Wednesday morning | when the apartment house just south of the hotel caught fire from a defective chimney. The interior in the second story was burned quite badly. The Gus Sprank. Floris, Ham and Sylvester Nemmers families oc- upy tills apartment house, and rank .T. Hatten owns it. It was overed by insurance. Eleven Attend K. L. Rally- Eleven persons from \vesley attended an Kpworth League rally at Lu Verne last week Tuesday evening. The next rally will be -held in Wesley after Easter. To Send Clothing to Africa,— Members of the Congregational church will meet this week Thursday morning to prepare a package of old clothing for Africa. Shower for Mrs. Kalph Stoll— Mrs. Zack Gibson entertained 24 guests at a miscellaneous shower Tor Mrs. Ralph Stoll la.st Thursday afternoon. Farmers Are Shelling Corn— Wesley farmers are shelling corn. The Joe Otis machine shelled for Charles Downs Saturday. Vanner Sick With Pneumonia— John Knapper, north of Wesley, is confined to his bed with pneumonia. Other Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Potter and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter and daughter Sadie, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Ulricn Dornbier home at Corwith. Mrs. Carroll Potter is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ulrich Dornbier, who formerly lived north of Wesley. Mrs. Harry Braley, her daughter, Mrs. Carmen Mumma, and Carmen's son Jerry, will visit Mrs. Braley's .sister, Mrs. C. A. Isaac, Des Moines, from Tuesday to Thursday this week. They attended a birthday luncheon for Ru't'h Irons, Masjon City, Saturday. Mrs. Elseman, five miles north of Uritt, spent Sunday with her daugh ler, Mrs. Nail, whose husband is proprietor of the lunch room in the JMcPherson building. She also visited another daughter at Sexton, •Mrs. August Kirschbaum. The adult class of the 'Methodist Sunday school meets this week Tues day evening with Mr. and Mrs. H Hansen. The Sunday school board holds a business and social meeting at Mrs. Fred Seefeld's this week Thursday evening. Mrs. Elizabeth Matern and her *on Julius drove to Williams Sunday to visit the former's daughter, Mrs Jack Sherman. Julius, who has. worked for his brother-in-law two years will work there again. Mrs. Lucy F OX has returned from * week with her daughter, Mrs ThT '«*i°re White, Huron, s. D M ""< Mrs. Herman Ostercamp and an , WHIu « l lefL Sunday by bus for Mason City l Goudnow. Mrs. Isaac Swelgard, *.u. at home Mabel Lawler, principal of th Is* school at Belmond, James. Haverly, treated fo 'o Vacant Houses Here— The Wilbur Fox family took pos- 'ssion of Mrs. G rover Tyler's ouse. which they recently pur- lasecl, last Tuesday. The Tylers oved into the Mrs. Mary Froehle ome and Joe Fox move<l into the ouse vacated by the Wilbur Fox imlly. Every house in Bancroft is 'cupiccl nnd three families had to ove to Burt last week on account f the shortage of houses. islcr of }frs. Connolly Laid Up— Mrs. Mike Stripling, Lu Verne, icnt several days last week with 'r parents here. Mrs. Stripling •ok'e her wrist a month ago while •anking a car. Mrs. Wm. Connol, who had been assisting at the tripling home since the accident, is home now. Mrs. Connolly and Irs. Stripling are sisters. 00(1 Chicks Arc Hatched— The first hatch was taken off at i'elp's hatchery Monday afternoon. here were 7,000 chicks. Of the light reeds 7S per cent hatched and 65 er cent of the heavy breeds. From ow on there will be two hatches a •eelc coming off. This hatchery has 5,000 egg capacity. {ulcer Laid Up for Repairs— Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Conlon vis- ted relatives at Emmetsburg Thursay. Mr. Conlon owns the local bak- ry. For the past two months he ias not been working on account of rouble with his feet. His brother Clarence, of Mallard, is doing the aking now. to Qulnn Farm— The Thomas Gjerde family moved o the Bridget Quinn farm from Immetsburg last week Wednesday. he Gjerdes have two children, Vanetta and Orthal. Both of the Iris have been pupils at the public chool since Monday. irlnks Move to Lu Verne— The John A. Brink family, who ived on a farm southwest of town he last two years, moved to Lu 'erne Saturday. Other Bancroft News. A county booster I. O. O. F. meet- ng was held last week Tuesday at Burt, with 200 members present, "hose from Bancroft who attended vere: Clarence Priebe, Otto Baren- hin, John Cowing, Henry B. Nagle, Vil! Farrow, and H. A. Stewart. Mrs. Essie Doyle returned to her lome at Kansas City Monday. Mrs. Doyle came here a month ago to at- end the funeral of her brother-in- aw, G. H. Doyle, While here she islted at the Doyle, Murray, and Jevlne homes. J. F. Kramer and daughter Mary •eturned last week Tuesday from Waterloo, where they had visited Sister Mary Anthony, who was :rene before she joined the Mercy Sisters at Dubuque, She Is a music .eacher. Leo Conway, Graettlnger, visited lis sister, Mrs. A. Conlon, last week Wednesday. Thursday the Conlon 'amily went to Emmeteburg and icr mother, Mrs. L. E. Conway, returned with Hiem for a week. K. P. Frederickson went to Osage Sunday to attend the funeral of a relative of Mrs. Frederickson. Mrs. Frederickson and the two children spent the week in Osage. Mr. Fred- ricktion is station agent here. Doris Pearson, who is attending rmslness school at Mankato, spent the week-end with her parents, the Alfred Pearsons. Carl Pearson, deputy county auditor, Algona, spent the week-end at home, also. Mrs. Henry Murray, Blue Earth, visited her sister, Mrs. Joe Engee- ser Sunday. She rode down with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Merrill, who spent the day at the N. J. Merrill home. The Jack Quinn family returned Sunday evening from Pipestone, Minn., where they visited her mother, Mrs. Marlon Kerr, a few days. Mrs. Kerr is ill in the hospital there. The Dan 1 fan-is'family, Fairmont, spent Sunday at the Henry Foxhome. The Leo Whalens and Leone Sandschulte, of Mason City, visited at the Garry Sandschultes Sunday. Harry Culler left Thursday for Rockford, Iowa, where he will work with a grading crew again this year. He was employed at Bradley'n cafe the past five months. The A A. Fangmanns, Alta, visited the Frank Fangmanns and the M. J. Dyers Sunday. Mr. Fangman and his brother Lawrence operate a repair shop at Alta. Verna Neurnan and her cousin, Cy Ackcrmann, are back from Cassville, Wls., where they visited the last two months. Verna is a daughter of Mrs. Joe Neuman. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nelson returned home last week Tuesday after two weeks with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Behrman. The Henry Reltzels, Swea City, Alco-Lin (Rubbing Alcohol) Useful for relieving soreness, sprains, stiffness, bruises, etc. 16 oz. bottles. Regular price, 1 bottle 75c. This Sale, Mag-Lac TOOTH PASTE Contains Milk of Magnesia. Cleans the teeth, corrects acid mouth. This sale 2 foi H,WHn*H4+t*M Penslar Milk of Magnesia An excel! e n t product, 'full pint bottles. Regular price, 1 bottle BOc. This sale— bottles 51 c Penslar Dental Cream Thoroughly cleans nnd vrh! 'ens the teeth, removes n ( film and tends to correct i mouth. Extra large tubtj Regular price, 50c. This sale, 2 tubes for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of Next Weel -<.n- TOOTH BRUSH $.5(1 Penslar Tooth Brush—2 for $.51 .50 Mag Lac Tooth Brush-2 for .51 .'25 Children's Tooth Brush 2 for .20 PEN- GESIG LIQUID ANALGESIC Instant Relief for Tain 51 c 50c 2 for _ Penslar Household Drugs' $.20 Boric Acid Powder 2 for $.21 .20 Comp Licorice Powder.2 for .21 .110 Cream of Tartar 2 for .81 .15 Epsom Salts 2 for .1(1 .10 Senna Leaves 2 for .11 .25 Castor Oil 2 for .26 .25 Camphorated Oil 2 for .26 .25 Spirit Camphor 2 for .26 .25 Tincture Iodine 3 for .20 .•10 Extract Witch Hazel, S oz. 2 for .41 ..25 Mercurochrome Solu- . tion 2 for .26 .20 Boric Acid Crystals—2 for .81 .15 Rochelle Salts 2 for .16 .15 Sulphur 2 for .16 .•10 Vanilla Extract - 2 for .41 Inhalit For the quick relief of head colds. Regular price, BOc. . 51 c 2 for Perfume Flacons Assorted odors, Chypre, Fleur du Midi, Jasmine, Narcissus, Orange Blossom, Garden Court. Regular price 50c. f •* This Sale, 2 for O J. C PENSLAR $0.25 Germlcldal Soap 2 for $0.20 .25 Tread Easy Foot Powder 2 for .20 .25 Bahy Talcum 2 for .26 1.00 Penslar Hair Tonic 2 for 1.01 .25 Zinc Stearate 2 for .20 .25 Glycerine and Rose Water 2 for .20 .50 Almond and Cucumber Cream 2 for .51 .25 Baby Bath Castile 2 for .20 .2(1 Orange Blossom Talcum 2 for .26 1.00 Eau Capillaire Tonic 2 for 1.01 .50 Cocoa Butter Cold Cream 2 for .51 1.50 Narcissus Toilet Water 2 for 1.51 1.50 Jasmine Toilet Water 2 for 1.51 1.50Chypre Toilet Water 2 for 1.51 2.00 Narcissus Perfume 2 for 2.01 2.00 Jasmine Perfume 2 for 2.01 2.00 Chypre Perfume 2 for 2.01 FOR THE MEN Colonial Club The Finest That Money Can Buy $0.50— Shaving Cream 3 for «0.51 .50— After Shaving Lotion .2 for .51 .25— After Shaving Talc — 2 for .26 .50— Bay Rum, Imported _ 2 for .51 .50— Hair Oil 2 for .51 .50— Hair Tonic ' — 2 for .51 .75— Lilac Vegetal 8 for .76 YOU GET THE BENEFIT of This Great Sale Penslar offers you this opportunity to prove to yourself how good Penslar Products really are. All full-sized packages of fresh. high-class goods. BKINO A FRIEND AND SHAKE THE SAVING Cold Spot Removes Corns Warts& Callouses Kills the Pain Instantly 29c 2 for 30c Stationery of Individuality $1.00 Garden Court Fancy tissue lined envelopes — 2 for $1.01 .75Nclm — 2 for .76 .60 Penslar Pound Paper . 2 for .61 .20 Penslar Envelopes 2 for .81 BLEURouMIDlY Brilliantine Solid 2 for $0.51 Cold Cream 2 for .51 Perfume Flacons __2 for .51 Perfume, 1 oz. 2 for 8.01 Face Powder 3 for .51 Facial Astringent 8 for .51 Facial Soap 8 for .26 Rouge (Raspberry, Strawberry, Medium) .2 for .51 Talc 2 for .26 Tissue Cream —2 for .51 Toilet "Water 8 for 1.B1 Vanishing Cream 2 for .51 Buttermilk Cleansing Cream, ....8 tor .51 PENSLAR $0.50 Analgesic Balm 2 for $0.51 1.00 Beef, Iron, and Wine 2 for 1.01 .25 Boric Acid Ointment 2 for .20 .25 Carbolic Witch Hazel Salve—2 for .20 .CO Cascara Aromatic, L. 2 for .01 .25 Castor Oil Aromatic 2 for .20 .50 Cherry Bark Cough Syrup 2 for. .51 .25 Corn Collode 2 for .20 1.50 Dynamic Tonic 2 for 1.51 .50 Eye Wash -..2 for .61 1.00 Syrup Hypophosphltes Comp.-2 for 1.01 .75 Borallne, 16 oz. 2 for .76 .50 White Liniment 2 for ' .51 1.00 Mineral Oil J 2 for 1.01 .05 Laxative Saline 2 for .00 .OOEff. Soda Phosphate „. 2 for .01 .50 Vaporizing Salve 2 for .51 .50 White Pine and Sp. B. Menth.-2 for .51 .SO Zinc Oxide Ointment 2/or .21 .25 Aspirin Tablets (24) .1 2 for . .26 .25Cascara Hinkle Tablets (100)-2for .20 .40 Cascara Tablets 5 gr. (100) _._2 for .41 .25 Laxative Cold Breakers 2 for .20 .25 Compound Cathartic Pills' 2. for .26 .50 Dyspepsia Tablets 2 for' .51 .15 Soda Mint Tablets 2 for .16 .25 Throat Drageee 2 for .20 .25 Baby Cough Syrup 2 for .20' 1.00 Buchu and Palmetto Comp. __2 for 1.01 1.00 Pal. Comp. Extract : 2 for' 1.01 .50 Sore Throat Gargle 2 for .51 .25 Little Active Pills 2 for .20 .50 Laxative Cold Capsules 2 for .51 .50 Papaya Dlgestant Tablets 2 for .51 1.00 Cod Liver Oil 16 oz 2 for 1.01 Theatrical Cold Cream A perfect and economical cleansing cream. Pull pound cans. ANTISEPTINE 18 01 AnagreeaH a n t i a epifcl solution lot mouth, nost| and thrc halitosis, t .s ect skin lions, dan-| drutf, shaving, e This 2 pints foil Camphor Ice Lotion] A greaselees lotion for chap] hands, rough skin, etc. Contains II soothing and 1 ing properties Camphor Ice, Regular price, i This sale— 2 bottles for This Sale 2 for ... Regular 75e. .76 c Spring Blossoms The Essence of Loveliness In presenting "Spring Blossoms," we take especial pleasure and pride because we are confident that the discriminating women of America will recognize In them at once — unquestionable smartness — potent charm—individuality that captivates $0.50 .50 .75 .75 1.00 1.00 1.00 .75 .75 .75 .75 2.50 .75 2.50 Almond and Buttermilk Cream 3-for $0.51 Brilliantine, Liquid 2 for .51 Brilliantine, Solid —2 for Cold Cream 2 for Face Powder, Brunette 3 for Face Powder, Natural 1—__g for Face Powder, White.2 for Rouge, Flame 2 for Rouge, Medium 2 for Rouge Poppy a for Talcum a for Toilet Water 8 for Vanishing Cream ...8 for Perfume ;_2 for HawkeyeCameras Size 2^x3%. This Sale. 2 for $1.51 E. W. LUSBY Phone 477 Druggist and Jeweler "The Penslar Store" Algona, Iowa 51c Shami A cocoanut shampoo. Lea™ the hair soft glossy. RegulaiJ BOc. This Sale 2 for .... ah Aspirin Tablet These tablets made from purest and his est grade gen aspirin obtalnaM Bottles of 1001 lets. Kit 2 for «**» RUBBER GOODS HOT WATER BOTTLE, moulded in piece, capacity 2 quarts. Regular 12.00. tf 9 This Sale 2 for — <P£l» FOUNTAIN 8Y1UNUE, one piece bag, tra rapid flow tube, full 2 quart ca Regular price $2.00. This Sale 2 for —. HOT AVATEB- BOTTLES, regular This Sale " , • 2 for Customers will be permitted to select a Water Bo Fountain Syringe as a purchase cardan G>urt $0.60 Brilliantine, Liquid .'.2 for *0.'51 .50 Benzoin and Almond Cream _ 2 for .61 .50 Cold Cream .9 for .51 .50 Double Combination Cream (Vanishing . 3 for ,51 .25 Talcum, Tins — 8 fop .86 .50 Face Powder, Brunette 2 for .51 .50 Face Powder, Natural .8 for .&! •60 Face Powder, White —8 for .61 1.50 Toilet .Water ..Sfor .60 Cocoanut on - Shampoo 8 for 8.00 Extract, loss.—a toy .....- ",i .'">'. l4.MaJSki.Vi' L

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