Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1931 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1931
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FfPf^W*'-' * ,' 11, mi. i ' i Greater Savings on Groceries Now Possible TRADE AT BLOOM'S JUTTER* Algona Brand, Ib. _____ 26c JEANS, Great Northern, 6 Ibs. ____ 25c roMATOES, 3 cans ---------- _ _25c AND BEANS, 3 tall cans___20c COFFEE, Special Blend, Ib. 17c HLK, 3 tall cans 22c Look for our adv. with new lower prices every week. Regular 17c grade PEAS 8c Can i (Limit 6 cans to customer)- CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE 35c Ib. (Limit one Ib. to customer.) 00 LBS. CANE SUGAR $4.98 B LBS. CANE SUGAR $1.25 lO LBS. CANE SUGAR 50c per |b. __'__._ -15c ulk Oatmeal, 7 Ibs. _-_—l»c ancy Cookies, Ib. lOc mons, dozi ——. 29c Blue Klbbon Malt, 3 Ib. __47c Coconnut, per Ib. 35c Bill Pickles, gal. can 59c Brown Sugar, 4 Ibs. 25c [eliti Fresh Cucumber 11'lckles, Jar 17c tonarch pure Apple Butter, [jar — 25c 111 Flcklcs, quart Jar l»c Pineapple, >'o. 10 slz. can 79c Peurs, No. 10 size can 4i)c Ited Pitted Cherries, >'o. 10 size can 83c Black Raspberries, No. 10 size can 98c :OFFEE—SPECIAL BLEND, Lb. 17c We Buy Eggs for Cash or Trade. Bloom's Store lloom's Grocery Department will be open every [hursdny night during band concert season for the convenience of our customers. e Need Room i in order to get It, we are going to make the follow- ng prices subject to stock on hand until JUNE 15 nderella Electric Washing Machines, £4 C Aft |5.00 values, at._ 9'I 51-UU ((vincible all white, 85-lb. ice capacity Box, $55 00 value, at l-gal. Chicken Waterer, J6.00 value, at ___: gal. Chicken Waterer, 2.00 value, at l-gal. Chicken Waterer, 1.50 value, at . odel C Viking Cream Separator, 15,00 value, at •; . '_. pnown Range, ivory and tan, high , regular value $115.00, for .25 $8.45 $5.75 $60.00 $75.00 own Range, ivory and tan, high g>4 AC (If) plf, large size, $140,00 value, at— ^ I W5J-WW |lgler all enameled green and ory Range, $125.00 value —'— i quart Ix-tin Milk Pails, with or with- ftbail, 50c values, at 3 for DISCOUNT on all Blood's and Home PAINTS AND VARNISHES. And many other, exceptional values not listed. Come in and look them over. Nelson Hardware $1.00 IONE 274 ALGONA, IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. IOWA LAKOTANS AT 4-H RALLY DAY AT STATE PARK Lakota, June 9 — Emnm Gutknecht, six of her 4-H club girls, and Mrs. .1. H. Wni-burton attended the rally day exercises last Thursday at the Ambrose A. Call park. Although it rained in the early morning by 10 o'clock the sun was out and the weather ideal for a picnic. Nearly 300 registered at the Shelter house, which was club headquarters, and 13 clubs wrote in the music memory contest which con- Blsted of music to suit all members of the family from the baby to the grandparents. Mrs. Frank Barker assisted in putting on the music and a number of the selections were acted out by children dressed to represent the songs. This proved very Interesting to the girls and the visitors. Mm. Eel Dittmer and Mrs. Emi] Larson headed the 'dinner committee and a picnic dinner followed the contest. After dinner the girls enjoyed community singing, followed by the introduction of club presidents, club delegates who will attend the con-' vention at Ames this month, and] the county club committee. The ub girls gave a style show with all ubs taking part showing one or lore outfits tor the club girl. Reports of the music memory onteet resulted In Irvington Wide Awakes winning first, and the \Ves•y Wonder Workers, second. The rvlngton girls won the portable ictrola to use in their club work his year. Three of the girls in the ounty scored 100 points in the ontest. Mrs. Paul Krlethe, Burt, county hairman of the 4-H girls, and Murel Body, H. D. A., are to be ccm- ratulated on the success of this vent. It takes real planning and xecutive ability to put over an af- air of this kind successfully. PAGE; THRU* p A C. HANCHKR, manager of *-' the Algona telephone exchange, says this sky«;raper, located In downtown New York, Is headquarters of the City Bank- Farmers Trust Company. Flfty- nln» storlps tall, It Is one of our buildings In 'Manhattan higher than the famous Woolworth building. On the fifteenth floor Is the largest telephone private branch exchange In the world, serving this bank and affiliated Institutions, which Include the National City Bank and the National City Company. ENOUGH telephone central office equipment to care for a city of 50,000 Is required for this banking group, interconnecting headquarters and some 40 branches by means of 260 "tie lines," 430 trunk lines, and a present installation of 2,900 telephones. Calls within the organization are dialed direct, as are local city calls. Out-of-town calls, and all incoming: calls, are handled at a manual switchboard. A separate teletypewriter system transmits written messages by wire. > member of both the class and the The McCoys, of Brltt, were Sun- TO FOOT SUFFERERS 1 secured the services of a prominent foot spec- who will be at the Sanitarium Friday and Sat- June 19-aftd-go," He does not use a knife, , .or »jety §,rcH. support, but will give you im£ate results for any foot troubles. ' Do not fail to m™ -mi^jg he ia ^^ aj} your ottier trout( i es m ay from your fpot aifments. NO CHARG0 FOR EXAMINATION ALGONA SANITARIUM 666 for ai Ad»t fowlyweds are Honored— More than 30 members of the Left: Part of the dial mech- anlim. Right: The manual switchboard. NEWS .. of Our .. Neighbors WEST BEND SERVICE CLUB ORGANIZED— A Uons club has been organized by Fort Dodgers at West Bend. Officers were elected Monday even- Ing. Lions clubs are organized in smaller towns than are considered eligible by Rotarlans and Kiwanians. Bancroft has a Lions club, also Garner and Forest City. An attempt is being made to organize one at Emmetsburg. KSTHERVILLE T0~ HEAR I50T1I U. S. SENATORS— Senator Dickinson has been engaged to speak tomorrow evening at the Methodist church, Esthervllle, when 38 Emmet county eighth grade pupils will be graduated. Senator Brookhart and State Representative Short, Sioux City, have been dated for an Emmet county Farmers oung people's Sunday school class ,nd the choir of the Methodist hurch gathered at the church last veek Tuesday evening in honor of Ir. arid Mrs. Herman Sehroeder, vho were married recently. Mrs. ichroeder, as Luclle Lester, was a Ing attended revival services at Corwith held by "the Rev. Frank Mathis, who w.'is the first resident pastor of the local Methodist church. Mrs. Floyd Bartlett and Patricia Ball, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Rail, of Titonka, entered the Park hospital last week. Mrs. Pearl Schrecengost was a visitor last week at her brother W. E. Ley's. She left later In the week for California. Harold Pierce spent several days last week at Bancroft helping with telephone work. A change in operators is being made. The Henry Olsons of Algona were supper guests of the Oran O'Keefes last week Tuesday. Mr. Olson is a brother of Mrs. O'Keefe. TMi A Tnli» O wi t*lt n ' n-nnM i. *->« «* f*f Us to visit Mrs. Gappa's husband, who is seriously sick at a veterans' hospital at Fort Snelling. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Weisbrod entertained at dinner Sunday the Charles Weisbrods, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wlddel, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod and daughter Nettie, the E. R. Schleis, and Bertha Huskamp. Mr. and. Mrs. C. W. Laurttzen, of Whittemore, and Mrs. Lauritzen's sister, Mrs. Annie Anderson, Elgin, 111., visited the Lauritzen daughter Edna, employed at the John Espe home, Sunday. The Rev. J. T. Snyder and his family attended a. Ministerial Memorial service at the Methodist by Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod. Edith Wolfe visited her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Householder, at Lone Rock from last Thursday till Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Harold Newel, and Mrs. Kate Newel visited Sunday at Le Roy Newel's, Hartley. Wilfred Stober, Paul Eigler, and Eugene Huskamp left Monday for a week fishing in northern Minnesota lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson, Algona, spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson. Stanley Munch, attending Luther The John Smiths spent part of last week in Rochester, Minn., visiting John's brothers Tom and Henry .Smith. hoir. Part of the entertainment onelsted of choosing sides and each group drawing a picture of the iride, groom, and their home. The ;ide drawing the better picture re- icived a prize. Mrs. Faulkner acted as judge. Loraine Smith, in behalf f the group, presented the Pchroe- ders with a set of silver taspoons. iunch was served. Lakotans Attend Itevlral A nuirfber from Lakota attended :he closing service of the revival at Liedyard Sunday night. The Itfty. Mr. Howe, of Buffalo Center, has preached every 'night for the past two weeks. At the Sunday service he preached on the night text, 'Why Do I Wait." The choir sang a special number and«the Rev. J(r. Johnson and Ray Olson sang a duet, day visitors at the Ray Estles'. •*- noon. Frank Bailey, .Tona Jean Hartley, and Mrs. Kate Newel 'He Knows." It :ional meeting. was an insplra- Bancroft Girl, Gcrled Youth, Wed— Nellie E. Olson, Bancroft, and David O. Friests, Gerled farmer, were married at Algona May 23 by the Rev. Mr. Olsson, pastor of the Lutheran church. Miss Olson has taught school near Bancroft for several years. Mr. Friests is a son of the- late S. T. Friests, who lived for many years on a farm east of Gerled. The young folks will make their home 'on this farm. Violet Frerklng Is Home— The Rev. Mr. Frerking and son Norman drove to Dubuque last week Wednesday and brought home their daughter Violet and a friend, Helen Bode, from school there. The Frerkings and their guest will spend several days at their cottage, at Twin Lakes and Miss Bode will go .from there to her home at Ackley the last of the week. Church Family Supper Held— The Methodist church held a family supper at the church last week Wednesday at 6:30 p. m. with an attendance of BO. Eats were provided from covered dishes. The Aid is making a name quilt and asks friends to send name and lOc and the name will be worked on a white cotton block In blue and pink colors of embroidery cotton. Henry Gutluie«ht Improved— Mr. and Mrs. William Gutknecht and Emma»Gutknecht drove to Iowa City last week Tuesday and returned Wednesday, bringing home a brother, Henry, who had been In the hospital three weeks. Henry seems much improved. • Attend Funeral at Algona— The P. L. Koppe'ns and the Nick Koppens attended the funeral of a brother-in-law, Dave Stewart, at Algona, Sunday, Mr. Stewart died at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday. Tenchcr Goes to Honolulu— Miss Muller, of Clarksville, local teacher last year, has been elected to teach In' a church school In Honolulu the coming year. Woden Ball Team Wins 18-10— Woden and Lakota played ball on the home diamond Sunday afternoon with a score of 13-10 In favor of Woden. School Foundation Flnlshed- The foundation for the new school building was finished last week and, brick laying began this week. Other Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Hageman, of Sioux City, visited the Joe Faulkners last week Wednesday and In the after* noon the Faulkners accompanied them for a short visit with the Al- rec Boeokholtzes. Mrs. Hageman. was formerly a telephone operator in the local exchange The Harry Moes drove to Vernori Center Sunday afternoon and returned that evening bringing w)th them Mr. Moe's eteter, Mrs. R. C. Lavson, whp will visit here tor week or two. John Lelsveld left last week for Chicago to visit his son Arthur and his two elsters. He went by way Mason City and visited relatives there, ' The H. J- Klines and TWO ARE HURT IN CAR SPILL NEAR FENTON Fenton, June 9—Dave Bradlgan and Earl Miller, Emmetsburg, suffered cuts and bruises in an automobile accident a mile south of the Zweifel corner Sunday night. They were unable afterwards to account for the accident, but, judging from the wreckage of the car, they were driving at high speed. The car was a Ford owned by the Ford dealer, F. E. Weisbrod, at Emmetsburg, and Bradigan was driving. It was badly damaged. Bradigan was recently in an automobile accident in which a brother was killed. Methodtat W. F. M. 8. In Program— The Methodist Woman's Foreign Missionary society met last Thursday at the church. Devotional services were In charge of Mrs. A. H. Meyer. A one-act play, Starved Brains, was presented by Mrs. Walter Widdel and Mrs. Frank McFall. The last chapter In the lesson book, The Cloud of Witnesses, was read by Mrs. Wilbert Huldorf. A read- Ing, How Christian Literature Came to China, was given by Mrs. R. C. Goets'ch. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. J. B. Hanson and Mrs. Charles Glaus, church at Estherville Sunday after- college, Decorah, came home via Algona last week Tuesday. The C. G. Humphreys visited at the parental G. M. Miller home at Ringsted Sunday. Florence Weisbrod left Sunday for Iowa City, where she is attending 12 weeks of summer school. Isabel and Helene Weisbrod spent last week with their grandmother, and returned last Thursday from two days with relatives and friends at Charles City. Nettie Weisbrod attended the wedding of Agatha Caughlin and Andrew Hanson at the Caughlin home at Algona Friday. Clarence Yager visited the C. O. Mrs. Julius Kresensky, Algona. Baileys at Inwood last week. The Clarence Wegeners were guests of the Baileys Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kyhl and their daughter Ruth May visited Mr. Kyhl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kyhl, at Ringsted last Thursday. The Afternoon Bridge club met last week Tuesday with Mrs. O. H. Graham. The high score was won The P.- H. Jensens returned last THursday from two days at the G. E. Griffith home at Des Moines. The Loonie Howells, Algona, and the John Menz family were Sunday dinner guests at Frank McFall's. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stumbo, Corwith, visited the latter's mother Mrs. Earl Dean, Sunday. \ Union July Fourth Celebration. MOTHEH OF HURT WOMA* DIES Of STROKE— BURT— -The A., N., Jensens wer* called to Graettlnger last week *•* news of the illness and death of Jtoi. Jensen's mother, who had a etrokifj. Funeral services were held afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. a. wick also went over to attend funeral. BUHT WOMAN'S BROTHER-I1T- T>AW DIES IX SOUl'H DAKOTA-— BURT— Mrs. J. G. McDonald ww called to Kennebec, S. D., last weste Wednesday by news of the fatal lit- ness of a brother-in-law. On Flrfe. day Mr. and Mrs. Frank GrablnaM^, Grundy Center, arrived and accompanied Mr. McDonald and his mm Hugh to Kennebec to attend th«r funeral. RURAL BIBLE SCHOOL OI'KNKD NKAR WESLEY— WESLEY — Prof, and Mrs. Marionvi Paulson began a two week BJbtef school in the Flom schoomotmm Monday morning. Eighteen younc.' persons were in attendance. Mr. an*. Mrs. Paulson came last weekr. Wednesday from Minneapolis 1 ,, ! where they teach in the Bible Institute. and will spend the summer" Mrs., Anna.; Flom, who studies music in Minneapolis and takes some subjects at. 'he Bible Institute, came with fhftr Paulsons. • .. with Mrs. Paulson's mother^ Peter Skow. Their niece, NO SHIPPED IN MIXTURES But made from the finest Dairy Products CREAM - MILK - EGGS ! Produced on your own farms The flavors—pure chocolate and vanilla, made right from the cocoa and vanilla beans. Real fruits and nuts used in the fancy creams. THE RESULTS is the most uniquely delicious ice cream that it is possible to buy. HOME MADE ICE CKEAM Made and served at the Algonquin Confectionary Sold in Pints, Quarts, and Gallons. 101 East State St. J- *V BEHXMEE, Aigona, low. Mr. and Mnj. B. Bn»w went test week day with the _!.. B- iReterty? ,VJ *•••-'. .vj -- ,^ >i; Methodist Women Meet Here— The Woman's Council met at the Methodist church last week Tuesday. The attendance was not as large as had been estimated. The program was opened with singing led by the eong leader, Mrs. Walter Weisbrod. Reports from' the Missionary societies and the Aid presidents showed favorable finances. Solos were rendered by Mrs. Walter Weisbrod, and Jessie M. Parker, assistant to the state superintendent of public Instruction, gave an address. The next meeting will be held at Swea City in December. Girls Flan Lengthy Tour- Nettle Weisbrod and Mathilda Kressin will go to Archer this week Thursday, and thence with Margie Kleinheksel will leave Friday for a tour of the west. They will follow a southern route to California, stopping at points of interest, and on the way home via a northern route will visit the Yellowstone park. you* Don't Rasp Your Throat With Harsh Irritants Mall Carrier on Vacation— Mall Carrier S. E. Straley left by car Saturday for Spencer, Ind., to spend a two weeks vacation with relatives. * He was accompanied as far as Clinton by C. H. Geronsln and the latter's son Harold, who joined Mrs. Geronsin, who was visiting relatives there, The Geronsins were to return early this week. * Standard Bearers to Luke— The Standard Bearers met last week Monday night at the Methodist church, with Marjorie Bailey as hostess. Plans were laid to attend a convention at Clear Lake this week Thursday. Teacher Home for Summer— Edith Laage, teaching at Cedar Rapids, came home Saturday for the summer at the parental C. 5\ C. Laage home. Her nephew, Bobby Schwartz, who spent last week with her, accompanied her home. Jfow Section foreman Here— The new section foreman,' Otto Burt, has moved Into the section house recently vacated by the John Espes, who are now in the Henry Warner cottage. J. B. Hanson Brother Pies— J. B. Hanson received word Saturday of the death of his brother Andrew with cancer at San Diego, Calif. Mrs. A. If. Krause eod her brother, Antony §*ppa, 4?°ve "Reach for a '%$ LUCKY instead" , •f Place your finger on your Adam's Apple. You are actually touching your larynx—this is your voice box—It contains your vocal chords. When you consider your Adam's Apple, you are considering your throat— your vocal chords. What Is the effect of modern Ultra Violet Rays upon tobacco? Pr. E. E. Free, one of America's well-known sclentists,who was retained by us to study Lucky Strike's manufacturing process, addressing the Illuminating Engineering Society, said: "The cMential effect of the Ultra Violet i* the pro* Auction of better tobacco and of cigarette* re* . yarded by virtually all •molten who have teitwl them a» milder and with a Utter tendency to COHM (hroat irritation." Here In America LUCKY STRIKE Is the only cigarette that employs Ultra Violet Rays In connection with Its exclusive "TOASTING" Process—the only cigarette that brings you the benefits of the exclusive "TOASTING" Process which expels certain harsh Irritants present In all raw tobaccos. OWL Nftfr Lucky StriM

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