Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1931 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 7, 1931
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PAOB FOUR KflflBttTH COITNtt AUVAttCB. ALOONA, IOWA FROM NOW ON YOU CAN SAY "My automobile insurance also protects me in case I have an accident." Today we have a new and modern form of automobile Insurance service which Includes a personal accident policy, tow in coverage, in cast your automobile is disabled, bail bond service,legal advice, road map service and a complete claim reporting service which will give you Immediate help and protection regardless of where you might be in the United States or Canada. This road service is made available to you by membership in the Kossuth County Motor Club of Iowa, at no additional cost to you providing you carry your automobile Insui'ance through our agency. OUK NEW LOW- ATJTOM01HLE- INSURANCE RATES A-IIK MADE AVAILABLE TO YOU AND INCLUDE THE AMOVE MEMBERSHIP AND PRIVILEGES We Ask You KNOW THE-DIFFERENCE—COMPARE THE COST—READ YOUR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE POLICY Fords. Chevrolets, and all light cars .$13.00 per year; heavier cars, $16.50 per year. These rates include the full membership road service certificate—no additional cost. You can't afford to be without this-aditional protection. Remember—No Additional Cost. — THE — Algona Insurance Agency Phone 55 C. R. La Barre (1st door north Iowa St. Bk) Al Falkenhalner "Sorvlee Beyond the Contract," SURETY BONDS—FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE MOTHERS' DAY To Mother Mine Among life's pleasant memories So cherished to recall The thought of you, dear Mother mine Is always first of all. Remember her next Sunday, May 10th with a Prayer, Flowers, or a box of Sweets. THE ALGONQUIN CONFECTIONERY J. F. BEHLMEB, 101 East State Street. Algona, Iowa. SENIORS GIVE PLAY AT LR, ON 2 NIGHTS Lone Rock, May 4 — The gertlor play, "Safety First," was presented to two large audiences last week Wednesday and Thursday. Each member of the cast worked hard, and all took their parts well. Nearly $50 was cleared, and this money will be used to defray commencement expenses. Characters were: , Jack Montgomery, young husbnnd, Gordon Blanchard; Jerry Arnold, fixer, Lawrence Ntwbrough; Mr. Mc'Nutt, detective, Win. Hobson; Elmer Flom- well, shrinking, John Newbrough; Bou Ben Mocha, Terrible Turk, Caen Householder; Mabel Montgomery, young wife, Ruth Household- '.r; Virginia Bridger, Mabel's sister, Margaret Roderick; Mrs. Barrlngton Bridger, their mama, Vera Morris; Zuteika, Turkish maiden, Evelyn B'anchard; Mary Anne O'Flnnerty, cook, Lillian Angus. Shower (jivoii for Teacher— A mlsco'lineous shower In 'honor of Evelyn Thompson was given at the Oscar Baring home last week Tuesday evening. Three tables of bridge wore ployed and a delicious lunch was served. Miss Thompson received many pretty gifts. Tn attendance were Mesdames Harvey Rahn, Glen Sharp, W. J. Cotton, Erne.st Jensen, A. A. Krueger, Ersel Blanchard, Neva Thompson, Lura Sewlck, Evelyn Behi-man, Jessie Stetaritz, Harriett Fish and Pauline Lewis. Miss Thompson is the first and second grade teacher, and is pron to be married to Edwin Mlttag. Lura Sewlck won high score, and Mrs. Fern Krueger low. Commencement to be May 18— The Rev. Mr. Cleaveland, radio paastor of WNAX, Yankton, S. D., has been secured to deliver the commencement address Monday, May 18. The Rev. Mr. Cleaveland is a' popular speaker, and the local class fools fortunate to secure him. The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered by the Rev. Mr. Gladstone Sunday, May 17. Former Residents in Visit—The Austin Jacksons, Jess Jackson, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hable, of Marshall, Minn., visited ,,the G. A. Sharps last week Wednesday. They had attended the burial of their sister's husband, Henry Weisbrod, of Fenton, The Jackson family years ag-o lived on the C. M. Gross farm, south of town, which they owned at that time. Sold —thirty-two used cars last month. There must be a reason If you are contemplating the purchase of a used car it will pay you to see us. Can- arrange easy payments on the new low rate of financing, which means a saving of 8 per cent to you. KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 484 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iow» Service— ^ES89^ —Sales Mrs. Harry Tarbell is Honored— A farewell surprise party in honor of Mrs. Harry Tarbell last week Wednesday afternoon was given at the Mrs. Fred Genrich home. Mrs. Tarbell has i-ented her home here to Supt. L. E. Godfrey, and as soon as school is out will move to Waterloo, where she will keep house for her daughter Ruth. Business College president Speaks Mr. Hamilton, president of. Hamilton college of commerce at Mason City, spoke to the high school and junior high assembly last week Monday morning. This was Mr. Ham ilton's second appearance this year, and his talks receive attention because of valuable ideas given in an interesting manner. Birthday Surprise Party Given— A surprise birthday dinner was given for Henry Schroeder Sunday with 20 attending,' including the Henry Weiners, the F. F. Shroe- ders, of Emmetsburg, the Fred Millers, of Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischllles and son and Mrs. Martha Chrlschilles of Fenton. shlckcris to a poultry house last week, - G. A. Sharp and son Glen drov<e to Fort Dodgre Monday on business. The Mite society meets ,wlth,.Mrs. Harry Hobso'n' this Thur*sda#r Agent A. t>. Ulmer was at.Eagle Grove over the week-end. VAN ERDEWYK'S SON VISITS AT SAINT BENEDICT St. Benedict, May B—Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Van Erdewyk, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Hermsen, motored up from Breda Sunday morning and spent the day here visiting at the Otto Beckman home and calling on the Rahms. Mr. Van Erdewyk Is a son of Frank Van Erdewyk, organizer and first caehler of the People's Savings bank of this place and former county superintendent of schools of Kossuth. The Van Erdewyks are engaged in the banking business in Breda. Nurses Attend Alumnae Bnnqnet— Mrs. Julian Arndorfer and Amelia Arndorfor drove to Mason City last Thursday afternoon to attend a banquet for the alumnae of the Mercy hospital nurses' school. The event took place at the Hanford hotel that evening. Mrs. Arndorfer and Amelia then drove on to Manly to spend the night with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cobeen. They also visited relatives .and friends at Manly and Nora Springs, Friday, re turning that evening. Both girls were graduated from the Mercy hospital nursing school four years ago. Mastoldltls Patient Recovering— Ruth Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Arend, has been brought home fro'm.Algona, where she recently had a mastoiditis operation at her grandmother Mrs. Henry Arend's. She is now improving rapidly. Emma Ralim's Birthday Observed— A number of relatives and friends surprised Emma' Rahm last week Wednesday evening in honor of her birthday. The evening was spent at amusements, and lunch was served. Mrs. Leo C. Miller Honored— Mrs. Rosa Arndorfer, her family, Mr. and Airs. A. J. Fehr, and Lorraine Huschka attended a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Leo C. Miller at Plum Creek Sunday evening. Jfall Causes mood-Poisoning— Frank Eisenbarth, who recently stepped on a nail and suffered from infection of the wound, is able to be about at some of his work ag'ain, but is improving only slowly. Attend Funeral of Aunt- Ralph Wolfe, of Waterloo, was a week-end visitor at the Calvin Householders'. He and Mrs. Householder attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Mary Lee, at Freemont, Friday. Hurt in Motorcycle Accident— Will|am Marlow and Roy Bates upset their motorcycle south of town Sunday. The former was bruised, and Bates had to have seven stitches taken on a put In his knee. Girls' Glee Club to Give Party— "Miss Caruthers Returns, 1 ' an operetta in two acts. is being- prepared by the high school girls' glee club. It will be given Friday evening May 15. SHOP at LONG'S Food Shop 214 Phones * 215 Hurt Team is Defeated, 7-3— Lone Rock's school baseball team defeated iBurt here Friday, 7-3. Coming games include Grant township, May 12, and Ledyard, May 22. Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen and Ersel Blanchard drove to Des Moines and spent the week-end. The Jensens visited Mr. Jensen's sister who is soon to move to Indianapolis, Ind., and Ersel remained for « two weeks' visit. Gertrude Eichenberger, employed at the Walter Geilenfeldts, cut her Are you one of the Advance's 3,000 Satisfied Subscribers? knee on a register while house cleaning and several stitches had to be taken to close the wound. The old implement building on th east side of the street is being wrecked to make way for a new gas station owned by Carl Priebe of Fenton. A chorus of 35 boys and girls from the Swedish Lutheran college sang at the Lotts Creek church Saturday. A large crowd attended Thomas Engessor, employed a the Roderick garage a year, left fo Detroit Tuesday for a two week: vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilburg ar parents of a girl born Sunday. Mrs Wdlburg is quite ill at present. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard visited las week Thursday with Mrs. W. T Fish at Whittemore. The Auxiliary will hold a specia meeting May 13. Special busine: is to be discussed. •Margaret Teitz, of near Burt came Monday to be employed a Andrew leading's. Henry Weiner severed an ajterj in his hand while cutting meat on day last week. The Fred Swana are parents of girl born Friday. This is the! fourth child. The Alfred Kruegers visited a. Charles Schultz's at Forest Cit Sunday. The Roy Bennetts, of Titonka, are new farm help at the Joe Lync home. •Mrs. Alex Krueger sold 480 eprin, Sotrth Cretco *O pasture, .lota-or feed, *had«, ahd water, Hugh Kaney, I*hoh6 1'oFlSi, Algona. ' Mr, and Mrs. Harry saoin entertained Sunday In honor, of their own 14th wedding: anniversary and Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Honey's 37th wedding anniversary. Other guests were Mrs. Brint Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Schlohtl, Irvtngton, and Mrs. Stella Sabln, Algona, The gathering heard Ethel English broadcast from radio station WNAX, Yankton, S. D. Ida Belle Felter, Burt, was. a guest last week Wednesday night of Hazel Dutton. ,60th are Algona high school students. A number of South Cresco women attended a county federation meeting at Lu Verne Tuesday. Mrs. L. A. Potter went to Gowrle Friday, evening to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tllton, former residents here. L. A. and his daughter Sadie went down Sunday and brought Mrs. Potter home. Lu Ella, of-Iowa State college, was also there. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Teeter entertained Sunday in honor of their fifth wedding anniversary and of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mns. H. P. Ghrlstenson, of Tltonka, whose 38th anniversary fell on the same date. Harvey Larson's birthday was also celebrated! Other guests were the Clarence Christenson and Ross Buf- flijgton families, both of Titonka, the Rudolph Larsons and the J. P. Larsons, Burt, and the Franz and D. A. Teeters. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Teeter received word one day last week of the illness of a grandson, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Varner, Keokuk. The boy is quarantined for scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. .Erby Benson are again at the B. A. Galbraith home, and Erby is tiling. FOR KENT-HOUSE AND garden, one mile west and one mile aihd a half south.—Walter ThUges, Bode. 17p34 ^ "SALE—VELOUK-CO v jjm&il day bed, library table, and chairs, Jacobean oak dining room suite.— Phone 22, MpM-M FOR FOR SALE — HALF DOZEN SEC- ond hand lawn mowers .In first class condition.—Matt ' Holtzbautr. Phone 643 16p3i-84 Comet Not Untolieited The clouds may drop down title." and estates, wealth mny seek us: hut wisdom must he sought,— Young. r Want Ads HAVE TWO FINE LOTS IN TBK- race Park, Okoboji, for sale or trade. Anyone Interested write Look Box 122, Algona. L __ il g31 . tf 2 YEARS OlJD high producer, HOLSTEIN BULL for sale. From very gentle, t. b. tested.— A. A. Carlisle, Whittemore. 17FB34-85 FOR SALE—YEARLING Shorthorn bull with pedigree.—Wm. Greenfield, 2% miles south of Rich Polnl and three-quarters mile east. 18p34 FOR RENT—FURNISHED housekeeping rooms and sleeping rooms. Call 693-J during noon hour.—Mrs. J. Riddle, 202 E. College 3t. 20p34 FOR SALE— MANCHU SOY beans Purity 99%; germination ll.t'o bushel at farm. One and one- half mile north of Corwith. A. E, Mullins. 23p33-34-35 SILVER KINO AND GOLDEN King seed corn for sale. These are the two high yielding varieties for northern Iowa, — F. S. Thomp- soiv phono 26F12, Algona. 24p32-35 SEED CORN FOR SALE — BOTH v white and yellow. Test 96 to 1QO% Subject to retest. High yielding and early maturing. $2 per bushel. Hugh Raney, Phone 15F21, Algona. 27fb33-34 Does your a bala menu? well— and this wcrt " ikT like. Take special nearby SEED CORN, $1.95 BU. BALANCE of Golden King, Kossuth Reliance $2.25, highest ylelder in county test plots 1930; shelled and graded, bags free.—A. C. Carlisle, 3/4 mile east of Whtttemore, phone 91 F4. ' , 30FB33-34 HORSES Enroe. FOR SALE LOST—LEATHER COAT; —Bert Deal. M. L. Mc- 10p34-35 reward. 6u34 MODERN HOUSE Call Advance. FOR RENT.— Gu34 FOR SALE—6-ROOM BUNGALOW. —Call Advance. 7p34-35 FURNISHED APARTMENT rent. Call Advance. FOR Gu34 ANY HOOKED RUG PATTERN AT $1.00.—The Elite Shop. 10u34 FOR SALE—3 WORK HORSES, .1 wagon.—CUnton Sampson. 9p34 WANTED TO RENT—6 OR 7 room modern house.—Call Advance. p34 Elg-Iith Graders to Tnke Tests — The pupils of the eighth grade in the St. Benedict parochial school will take their second and final tests this week Friday at Algona. Sister of Gregory Study Dies— Gregory C. Studer left Tuesday morning for Freeport, 111. to attend the funeral of his elster, Mrs. George Spangler. Other St. Benedict. Mildred Kutschara, who spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kutschara, now of Clear Lake, resumed teaching Monday morning at her school two miles north of St. Benedict, and her parents, who brought her back, looked fter business matters here and al .Igona before returning to Clear ake. Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorter nd Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer spent unday afternoon with the Ed Arn- orfer's, near Corwith. The Ed Arn- orfers moved in March to the farm hey now have. Before that they •orked for Geo. W. Godfrey on his airy farm. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Studer and lieir daughter, Mrs. Mary Fasbend- were Sunday afternoon visitors t Mr. and Mrs. Leander Studer's. je'ander is a son of Mr. and Mrs. tuder, Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm, with Trs. Joseph Rahm Jr. and Mrs. Ben iwenger, spent the week-end vieit- ng at the Clifford Dehnert home at t. Paul, returning Sunday evening. A number of local Knights of Co- umbus attended a communion reakfast served at the council club ooms at Algona Sunday morning. Frances Germann, Des Moines, ame home with her sister Matilda, vho spent a few days at Des ilolnes last week. Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, her mother, ilrs. Anna Huschka, and Mrs. Mary laskopf were shoppers at Algona Monday. Bernard Arndorfer and Katherlne uehl, Algona, were at Cherokee Sunday, guests of friends of Miss Guehl. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Raskopf and Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Raskopf were shoppers at Algona Saturday even- ng. Valerian Stuflick, employed at Britt, spent Sunday with her par- WANTED TO BUY — LAWN mowers.—Matt Holtzbauer. Phone 643. 9p31-34 FOR SALE — TIMOTHY AND clover hay, $7.00. M. L. McEnroe. !)p33-34 WANTED TO RENT—6 OR 7 room modern houee.—Call Advance. 10u34 SPECIAL SALE OF MILLINERY at $2.50 each.—The Elite Shop. 10u34 IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO buy or sell, or exchange, write for our special low classified advertising rates and list of the leading county weeklies of Iowa.—IOWA NEWSPAPERS INC., 214 Royal Union Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. g32tf GOLDEN KING AND KOSSUTH Reliance seed corn, $1.95 bu. The two highest yielders in northern Iowa. They will pay for the seed in extra yield. Shelled, graded, and tested, bags free.—A. A. Carlisle, % mile east of Whittemore, phone 91F4. 40FB34-35 NATIONAL CHILD HEALTH WEEKI ' Cocomalt . . £ft 45c DEI'MONTE .-••• Spinach MO: 2. CAN QUICK OH DtOUlAR Quaker Oata Sultana Peanut Butter PRO. Hi. Ml I8c 29c WhitehouBeo'^oMilk 3 ^ 20o Grandmother's Pan Rolls DOZ.} Algona Creamery IONA BRAND Tomatoes 4- 25 C Gold Dust ENCORE NOODLES, MACARONI AND Spaghetti . «». oc IONGHORN MILD AMERICAN Cheese . . »• 18c ENCORE PREPARED _..„ Spaghetti 2 G j l A A Rs s 21c CRYSTAL WHITE Soap . 10 WALDORF Tissue 6 nous 23 Potatoes, per bushel, $1.29 Strawberries Oranges Bananas Head Lettuce A&JP Food Store? ' '"•• •.".-'— M.IQDLE WESTERN DIVISION Oniat/'A-tlaiUic and Pu<-ifiV Tea Comn READ THE ADVANCE WANT ^HIIIIIIIIIII!li:i!II!!!!l!llllll!IIM By. Unanimous Co n/€ nt WATKINS PRODUCTS FOR SALE. —Hilary Konz, 309 E. Kennedy. ' 9p34 FOR SALE—8 HOLSTEIN HEIF- ers.—H. F. Mlttag, Lone Rock. 9u34-35 FOR RENT — 5-ROOM APART- ment, furnished, — Vera Apartments. 10p34 FOR SALE- — NEW, MODERN home; ideal location.—Inquire of Advance. 9p34-35 WANTED—FRESH COW, SHORT- horn preferred. — Carl Hutchlns, hone 24F3. 9FB34 FOR~SALE—FlVE~USED~bELCO light plants.—Bert B. Brown, Liv- rmore, Iowa. 12u28tf FOR. SALE — 2-ROW SURFACE cultivator; reasonable.—Lawrence Olson, Algoua, route 1. 10p34 FOR RENT—MODERN HOUSE on E. Call.—Inquire R. H. Miller, Rec. County Savings Bank. 14u34 ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuflick Marcella Kellner, employed at Al- :ona, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner. Mr. and Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer Vere Sunday afternoon guests 01 Mr. and Mrs"; Anton Grandgenett. The Rev. B. H. Loeffelholz and his housekeeper, Marie Moes, were shoppers at Algona Friday. Mrs. A. J. Fehr and Mrs. Augusi Harlg spent last week Tuesday at ternoon at Lu Verne. Anna Witte spent Sunday after noon with Marie Arndorfer. L. F. Howard, local depot agent spent Sunday at Eldora. Most farmers here are preparing for corn-planting. VANTED—SECOND HAND BIKE in good condition.—Russel Hutch- ns, phone 24F3. 11FB34 kVANTED—CREAM, EGGS. AND poultry.—Fairmont Creamery Co., H. H, Boettcher, Rep. 10u25tf FOR SALE OR RENT — SLIGHT- ly used potatoe planter.—M. M. Morrow, Algona, Iowa, Phone 850 The Clil-Jfamcl Chink Says: Antiques are all right, but they don't have to look shabby to make people believe they are genuine; Chl-Namel Colored Varnish makes them bok rich and beautiful. Sold by E. W. Lubby. SHULTZ' RECTAL CLINIC AMBULANT PBOCTOL06Y Piles (hemorrhoids) cured without operation. Other rectal conditions. Write for booklet. Consultation without cost. 818-919-880 First National Bank Bldg. Phone 842, Mason City, Iowa 4tf GENERAL AND KELLY TIRES Don't drive with worn tires, price is right. It is dangerous. Our GLASS —Your broken auto glass replaced while you wait. Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A Ford installed for $5.00. JOE GREENBERG Yes-Twice as Good Dairy Maid Bread and Made With Double MilK Didn't you know we use milk in bread? Well, we do/and plenty of it - 1 rich, pasteurized milk that makes strong, healthy boys and girls. And flour—not just any kind, but a specially selected, short-patent flour, from the very heart of the wheat berry, always the same quality. Don't be deceived into buying cheap, bread. Cheap bread cheats boys and I and is not worth the price you pay for it. Compare the way our bread toasts 1 the way cheap bread toasts. Dairy Maid Bread ioniJMI eTefiy, cheap W*4 * is uneven and burns in spots. Only perfect bread makes perfect toast. We are Making a Wonder* Loaf at sc. Try it. Buy Dairy Maid Bre A HOME Algona Baking C • . wH

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