Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1931 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1931
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AttVAtiCS* ALQQNA, tOWA, SAFETY/ TIKE the life boat, 'you may not need your JL' Savings Account for a long time. But how comfortable it is to know that no hurricane of adversity can leave you financially stranded when you have a growing Savings Account with us. Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated Kossuth County State Bank ALGOSA, IOWA 1927 Chevrolet coach 1929 Chevrolet Coupe Nash Sedan MOW 1929 Chevrolet coach. Velie Sedan 1—1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box 1—Kodel T Ford pick-up box 2 track stake platforms, 6x8 ancl 6x9 feet 1 Sunstrand Adding Machine, good shape, $30.00. KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 20O Mimeographing Advance Publishing Co,, For Service BIG SPOTS .... Little Spots When they befall your fine summer frocks they seem calamities until you entrust their removal to us. We despatch spots and grime with thoroughness and with no impairment to the appearance of the frock ... the cost a trifling matter. Send Us Your Bugs and Draperies. Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 WESLEY WOMAN SEES F, C, BOY MADE PRIEST Wesley, June 2— Mrs. John Orms- was at Crystal take from last Norbert by Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Barrett. .'The Barretts went to Dubuque to be present' at the ordination Into the of Mr. Barrett's brother, Barrett, The John Ormsbys expect to attend Father Barrjtt. «£ r the first few vcar« Father Barrett will serve as n-s'atant pastor at any point assigned -him In the Dubuque diocese. '-ShWoT Hnnsen Is 5; Party— 1 S A Wrthday surprise party tor lilrlev Ann, five-year-old claughtei L' Mr' and Mrs. Raymond. Hansen. Lake Monday morning. Curing the summer she will assist- her aunt, Mrs. John Barrett, In caring'for the latter's j'oung children. . • Mr. and Mrs.' llomer: Anderson ind their children, of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen, Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests at the Gordon C, Qlddlngs home. The Ole Flom and Jorgen Skow families and Mrs, Peter Skow went to Colter Monday to Attend the funeral of an old friend, Hans Danie!son. Mrs. H. 'McCutchln moved in Friday with the family of her daughter, Mrs; Henry Kunz. The Chas. Kerrlns Sr. family Amoved Into Mrs. McCutchln's house "Monday. Linus Blsenbncher, who Is studying for the priesthood at Trinity college, Sioux City, has come home to spend his vacation with his parents. , . BANCROFT WINS BASEBALL GAME AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock, June '2—The Fairmont Cardinals lost' to Lone Rock on the local diamond on Decoration cViy, score 4-1, but the next day i Banci-oft took Lone Rock into McPherson and her j camp, 10-4. The locals -xv'lll play at Erlckson. expect | Convlth tliis week 'Wednesday «tnrt"the last o£ this week or. nlg | U| anc i nex t Sunday Algona will f rimhurst 111-. Mrs. Erlck-| pi a y here. Large crowds are turn- K °°v home where'Miss McPherson ] !ng ou t to attend the games. . K inline. rttt rtli-lai' South Dakotans In Visit— John Winderl, Manburn, S. D., his son Lawrence, and Mrs. Sebastian Mack, Minneapolis, are visiting the Albert Hutchlnsons. They came to attend the funeral of Mrs. Andrew Bayer who was buried at Bancroft last Thursday. Lenora Hutchins'~n will accompany her uncle John home this wek Wednesday for an extended visit. Jensens nt Family Reunion— Mrs. Hans Anderson, Bush, Colo., two daughters, and a granddaughter visited at Ernest Jensen's last Thursday. Mrs, Arthur Henningsen and her mother, Mrs. H. N. Osher, Graettinger, were also guests. Mrs. Jensen and her children attended a reunion of her family at Graettinger Sunday. Simple Old Method o> Evading Penalty of Sin Everyone unacquainted wltli old English customs Is Interested hj? • of r, present also •Mel'hers'ira to ' Carl Hansens, son's will visit for a woman will then go. nephew time. The older to visit a Hall, in Dayton, O., v, George Hall, , Grove's mother, Mrs. Thev were on their way to \\ ater- loo to see Will's ateter. Eliza, who ta reported to be dying of cancer. Will te a -son of the late Mr. and Mrs Sam Grove, early Wesley re.1-' dent-s. _^___ >'t,rthfl(>ld College Girl Home- Helen Funnemark came home last week Wednesday evening from St. Olaf college, Northfleld, Minn., the atftry rtf this S»n-entei t . Webb's fiovcil, ' '''t'reclmis Bntio. Sin-eaters did not constitute n religions sect.- -They w.ere employed In some counties of England nnd In Wales In connection with funeral rites. Their office WHS to ent breiid and drink nip which had Impn placed on the hter, nnd thus symbolically tnhe upon themselves the sins commlttPfl by the deceased person. Having done this, the sin* enter pronounced the "ease nnd rest" of the dead perssn nnd »a- se.-ted thnt to procure this he had pawned his own soul. There were not wonting men to perform this rash office, but It was not so rnsh as might- appear; for the sin-eater could see to It thnt the same means of acquiring Impunity was invoked for 'htm at his decease; so that no matter what accumulation of sin he had made himself responsible for, the whole burden would be lifted by a subsequent sin-eater. The custom seems to 'have lingered In Wales until the forties of last •century. — Montreal Family Herald. Benschoters spent Sunday ftt Sil -er Lake, where they had a picnic din The Benschoters 'had come nor, ?rom Kanawha for the veU»en<J,4t ;the. Olsen Home. th* John Rnmers were called. to Rens^fi enily Sunday by news o£ tht serious condition t>f Mrs. R-""V-s mother. Late Saturday rv nln, they had ie:e'.v«d word that th? patient had suffered a broken blood ve'=se'. .In one arm. Mr. and Mrs., Atva McM'.trrny .it- tnnrled a ball game at Cleai; Liu Sunday. Mrs. Jos. Fraasr, nceinipanlsd her sister, Mrs.' Roy Sarchett, to E;k- ton, Minn., or Decoration flay and Sunday. A family reunion was held the home of. an undo, Frank dinner was served nt Gibbs, where to 22. Mr. and Mrs. I.' Hoy Johnson, . . Mason City, attended Sunday school hora Suflclny.. They .spent the cn.l ftt AJe* Mlller'8, Mi', ami Mrs. M M. Hoover, Brltt, w •«*• Stfndnv' 8 uefttS' 4t {Melyin' Hi'n'a and Cl:«ord MoWet's. A good-steed audience gftth'islfed at' the school grounds Sunday i». watou. a Alttenball game. 'A been organised here. Tho gas station and th9 lunclv room wiifoh ft Mr, Sweet, of Algona, II 'erecting' bn the corner wosi of the Wise,Bros, store Is rearing . ompletlon. TH<» gns tanks and Jiuntpa Were installed Monday. Mr. SWeet will to 1*6 -repair cars. Leah Ml'lef Is spentllngr a few days wltn her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Frsd DeX'ary, the Frank D9Vnr>'». and Mr. -And Mrs. Ernest DeVnry, nil of 8wea .City, rtlyl' <MM; Archie .'• Brgwr. Mrs. O. B. Wjsw, her daughter th . Mack-'.\Vlsc family,' and Ancient Stocking. At Vienna, among the earliest coronation robes of the emperor, are a line pair of Thirteenth-century stockings which were- made for William II of Sicily. They\,nre made of red damnsk In two parts, the foot and leg being Joined. The leg Is, embroidered nnd the foot portions are made of plain material. • The Inventories of St. Paul's In London mention Thirteenth-century stockings embroidered with roses,< eagles, lions, nnd In the upper part, wine leaves. In museums in Kng- land, France, Germany, Italy and Hungary, many royal nnd pontifical stockings of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth centuries are exhibited. Sexton . to spend her summer vacation. Mr. Funnemark started after his daughter Tuesday, and stopped at Water- vine, Minn., to visit his brother Knute. He completed the round trip Wednesday. Mrs. Jno. lllchtcr Sister Dies- Mrs. John Richter was called to Cedar Rapids early last week by the serious sickness of her sister, Mrs. John Froelich, who died Friday. Funeral services were held Monday morning at St. Benedict, Mrs. Froelich's former home. The John Richters, Wesley, and Lawrence Rlckes, Williams, attended. St. Joseph's Graves Decorated— Mrs. William Steil, Grove City, Minn., accompanied by her husband's mother, Mrs. Joe Steil came to Wesley for Memorial day, and decorated the graves In the Fred Spangler lot, St. JosepVe cemetery. The Fred Spanglers were Mrs. Wm. Steil's parents. Mrs. Joe Steil formerly lived west of St. Benedict. Pastor's Son Is Recuperating — The Rev. Mr. Moore got home last Thursday evening from Osborne, Kas., where the Moores had gone to visit a sick son. He left the son George Improving slowly, after a serious illness. Mrs. Moore was To Fish In Minnesota— " The Ralph Thompsons, A. W. Lampe, and Verna Long have gone, to Pequot, Minn., for a fishing vacation and will return this week Wednesday. Tom O'Donnell is driving the oil truck. To Live In House on Truck— Deibert Sharp came up from Marshalltown Saturday, going back Sunday with the house on a truck In which his family will live this School Plcnicks at. State Park- Mary Gisch c'.osed her school Friday with a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park at Algona. The children's parents also attended. to remain with longer. him two weeks New Bauer Babe Baptised— Mrs. R. C. Bauer and her little son came home from the Kossuth hospital, Algona, Saturday morning. The baby was baptized at St. Joseph church Sunday afternoon, and christened William Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Brandt were sponsors. Mrs. Edw. Casler Reported Low— Mrs. Ed Casler was taken worse last Thursday noon, and Mrs. Niles, nurse, who had just been released, was recalled. Monday morning Mrs. Casler was reported and very low. unconscious Rochester Xnrse Visits Here— Mira, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Studer, came a week ago to spend a three weeks vacation with relatives. Mira is studying nursing at St. Mary's hospital, P^ochester. Free Cooking School Planned— There will be a free Skelgas cooking school at the week Wednesday. Reno hotel next How One Woman Lost 102 Ibs. of Fat Almost Unbelievable— Nevertheless True Dear Friends: You advertise Kruschen Salts for reducing, eo I finally tried them and wlren I started I weighed 219 pounds and when I took them a year and Si weeks, I lost exactly 102 pounds. I am 23 years old and I look at least 5 years younger now than I did when I was fat. I have a picture of myself before and after so if you want to see them let me know. I am always telling my friends about the wonderful salts. I am always advertising them. I took 2 bottles every month for a year and 3 weeks. It amounted to $25 tor reducing 102 pounds but it was worth it. If I can be of any help to you let me know. Toww truly. Miss Nellie Simpson, 1903 Wayne Street, S\vtavale, Pa., Opt. >1. WO. The Modern Safe War— Klght Way to Lose Fat Just take a half teaspoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water every morning before breakfast. You can hasten the reducing action of Kruschen by going lighter on potatoes, pastry and fatty meats. Unlike other Salts, Kruschen doesn't reduce by rushing food thru your system. Rather it's an ideal blend of 6 separate mineral salts which help every gland, nerve and body organ to function properly. Women everywhere are overjoyed with this marvelous reducing treatment. Frequently pound by pound of surplus fat leaves and soon you possess that trim, slender figure you've always craved. An 85c -bottle of Kruschen (lasts 4 weeks) Is sold by leading druggists the world over—so start this SAFE method to lose ugly fat TOPAY! & W. Lusby sells lots of it. —2 Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Giddings went to Algona Saturday, to attend Memorial day exercises and assist in decorating the graves of Mrs. Giddings' parents, grandmother, and uncle, the Colbys, who are buried In Riverview. Afterward they picnicked in Call park with the family of Mrs. Giddings' sister, Mrs. E Goodnow. The Lester Lease famly picnicked in Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona Saturday, with the T. L. Larson family, Algona. Sunday the two families went to Clear Lake to picnic, since the Algona Military band, of which both men are members, was to play at Bayside. Mrs. Fisher and her family, also Mrs. Oscar Erlckson and her daughter Evelyn, went to Crystal Lake for a picnic Monday. The family occupies the house where the Murphys formerly lived. Mr. Fisher has Other Lone Rock. Hlldreth and Alton Pettit, Ernest and Otto Jensen, William Fischer, son Delmer, Maurice Thompson, and Clarence Macumber left last Thursday {or a fishing vacation at Walker, Minn., and returned Monday. They found the fishing good. W. A. Cameron went to Dolliver Saturday and the Hugh Marlows followed Sunday to visit the Oliver Stows and Mr. Cameron's daughter Ethel, who is Mrs. Ralph Benjamin, also a son who recently arrived from Portland, Ore. Fern Buchan, of Fairmont, was an over-Sunday guest ,at Harry Hahn's, and Mrs. Glen Leeper and the children returned to Fairmont with her to visit Mrs. Leeper's people. • Mrs. Rose Householder, Mason City, her daughter Mary, and George Simmons, of Cylinder, with two children, were guests of Mrs. E. M. Hawks Saturday evening. Ruth and Florence Householder, Bertha and Howard Blanchard, and Ardith Knoll will leave for Cedar Falls this week Tuesday to attend summer school. Little Charles Zoller visited Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz last week. The Carl Zollers came from Nora Springs Sunday and took him home. Mrs. Alfred Krueger and Ersel and Gordon Blanchard drove to Cedar Falls Friday to bring home Donald Blanchard, I.. S. T. C. student. ' Verda Belle Christnsen, Beulah Gladstone, Vera Morris, and Russell Dacken attended commencement exercises at Forest City last Thursday. Mary Anne Flaig spent last Thursday and Friday with Maxine Kearns, near Algona, and Maxine returned with her for a few days visit here. The Harry Shellitos and friends from Ames came Friday to visit the N. L. Cottons and go on to Minnesota for a fishing vacation. The Roy Jensens, Mrs. L. Worthington, and Jos. Elvidge attended the funeral of Archie Bilsborough at Algona last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiner, and their daughter Pearl went to Sioux City Saturday to visit relatives. The Burl Wirths, Waterloo, were week-end visitors at L. R. Rodericks and Robert Dransfeldt's. Mrs. Roland Edwards, Des Moines, came Saturday to visit Ersel Blanchard, going home Sunday. The F. j. Ericksons, of Granger, were guests of the Harry ' Rahns over the week-end. Edith Worthington, taking nurses training at Joliet, 111., is at home Mr. and Mrs. B:rt Sanders, Osceola, spent Memorial day here and at Algona. They came as far as Mason City last Thursday, and from there to Sexton Friday ev-an ing, accompanied by Mrs. Senders' sister, MES. Henry Hawley, and the latter's daughter, Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, with little Constance Joy DeWilde. They were all dinner guests Sunday of a.nother sister. Mrs. Lou Boleneus. Mr. Sanders reports crops looking well neighboring Osceola. There had just been a good rain then. Bert's farm is two miles from a hard surfaced road, and when he left home the mud on this stretch was eight inches deep. The Sunday school attendance contest is flourishing. There was a much larger attendance than usual last Sunday—74. Mrs. Amy Smith received word Sunday of the death of her sister- in-law, Mrs. Bertha Johnson', of cancer at the home of a sister, a Mrs. Allen, of Rudd. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, Wesley, and Edith Greenfield spent Sunday at Mrs. Amy Smith's. Mr. and Mrs. Hammond expect to move into their new house soon. It will i-eplace one burned last winter. The infant of Mr. and Mis. Melvln Hauck has been critically sick with pneumonia, but was reported somewhat better Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen Sr., their son Arthur, and the Gilbert I CHRVILKft BtOttT DB LUX! SBOAN IIS A Difference that's Fascinating /CHRYSLER engineering is quite different from V< other engineering—thereforeChryslerperform- ance is quite different from other performance. Simply drive a Chrysler and learn the difference. Drive a new Chrysler Six, A fine, big six cf ii6-inch wheelbasc; a staunch double-drop frame and low center of gravity; a yo-horsepowet engine;* safety bodieS;:of steel; internal hydraulic brakes. Drive •.a-'hew Chrysler Eight De Luxe. A di luxe car outside and inside. Luxurious appointments. A 124-inch wheelbase. Low center or gravity. 95- horsepower—80 miles an hour and always smooth. Drive a Chrysler Imperial Eight—finest, fast. cat, largest Chrysler ever built. 145-inch wheelbase —125-horsepower. The new DeLuxe Eight and the Imperial 1^. both fiave an exclusive Dual High transmissiitl TWO high gears — one high gear for I action in traffic; another still higher gearg faster speeds' at slower engine speeds, Drive a Chrysler— any Chrysler-and Itarafi yourself the better value Chrysler offers. CHRYSLER SIX . CHRYSLER "70" CHRYSLER EIGHT '1495loll CHRYSLER EIGHT DE LUXE . . . <I52Jtoli|l (Fivt win whwii ttandird; lii wire whetli J)J nm) CHRYSLER IMPERIAL EIGHT . . . >J745 (CUSTOM MODELS >}i?o to >»7j) AUfrittlf. f. k. factory; iptcuil tqui KLAMP AUT0 CO. Algona, Iowa Sales and Service by Simmons Bros. Phone 58| MAKING NEW FRIENDS AND KEEPING Special This Week Only To OAKLAND-PONTIAC Owners: Come in and get a 3-point free adjustment CARBURETION • IGNITION • TIMINI there will be no charge whatever smoothness, pick>up and economy. So that we may take care of «11 our owners promptly, will you please tele* phone us, if it is convenient) when we • expect; charge of road work for the county, and Pearl Haynes la his assistant. J. N. Dawson, Mason City, came last Thursday to visit old friends a few days. Mr. Dawson lives at the Odd Fellows' home. Among friends visited were the Bertha Looft and Carl Hansen families. Mre. Ben Hopkins returned home last Thursday. She had been gone a week or more, visiting the George MacKeans at Cleveland, Mrs. Smith at Chicago, and Mrs. Ruth Kunz at Madison, Wls. Mrs. Anna Kunz returned Friday night from a -two weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Corey, Des Molnee. The Coreys brought her back, remained for Memorial day, and went home Sunday. Irma Arndorfer, registered nurse, who has been at Battle Creek for two and one-half years, hag come home to visit his parents, the John Arndorfere, near B\. BeRedJcj;. Arlene Ormsby went to Cryetal for two weeks. The Robert Schmidts left last week Tuesday for Wisconsin to visit relatives. The Ralph Reldels, Spencer, spent the week-end at C. B. Householder's. The Lai-kin club met with Mrs. John Rath last -week Wednesday. Betty and Dotty Murray, Spencer, are visiting the Chartes.BIerlies. Mrs. Adelbert Hanna is recovering from a recent sickness. Otis Sanders spent Memorial day at Swea City. Vacation days are coming on, with their many miles of driving. Before you begin the season's driving, isn't it wise to have your car carefully inspected and adjusted, so that you can be sure of the greatest enjoyment? „. In this, and all other service work, we We want every Oakland-Pontiac have definite reasons to think we can owner, without any charge, to take please you. pur men are experienced advantage of what we call our "three- and trained, our equipment if upto, point service. This includes an date, and we receive coaching and inspection and adjustment of carbu- help from factory .ervice expert* retor, ignition, and timing. When Our one first purpofe, of cour*, U ^o£ Be r t '" WtUMdpWp<rl ' r ' tobe.»,reyo««»joVya«fV you obtain from your motor its finest Pontiac - two fine «&V To owners of AN Y motor car Muiic'* Some people think that in order to enjoy good music one must learn a special language, but tills is not true, for it grows on one almost unconsciously. — Woman's Home Companion. HM Strong Proptrtltt tQfiiV P* MCchgrlMe b wta&te* arm t« m tt*t of ewe Prop. Sales i, Iowa COMPLBTE

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