Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1931 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1931
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CALL THEATRE Thursday and Friday, .lirno 23 & 20 JANET GAYNOR WARNER BAXTER in "Baddy Longlegs" A real treat for everyone. Saturday, .Time 27. PAUL LUKAS and KAY FRANCIS in The Vice Squad Action all the way—snappy, fast•moving drama. Sunday, .Tune 28. WILLIAM HAINES in The Gigalo Haines in one that suits him — .spurned as a gigalo by the woman 'he loves. Don't miss this one! Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday ,]iin<> 21) and 80, and July 1. •GANGWAY—HERE SHE COMES The old favorite WINNIE LIGHTNER in Gold Dust Gertie TJow we're going to have fun— Winnie makes you laugh—and how -she does it! Can you imagine Winnie as "Gold Dust Gertie"? LAKOTA WOMEN GUESTS AT AID MEETJT S, C, Lakota, June 23—Mrs. Sarah O'Keefe was hostess to the Methodist Aid at the church last week Tuesday afternoon. Fourteen members attended the Swea City Aid guest day last weeK Wednesday and report a fine time. A good program was given consisting of piano duet by Miss Moats nnd Irene Dourte, solos by Reginald AVinter and Roe- ella AVhltlow; readings by Frances Kuchynka, Lois Jarnes, and Gail AVeaver; vocal duet, Katherlne and Frances Tompson; woman's quartette, Mesdames Pearson, Thompson and AVarner; and a "one-wort play" with Gail AA'eaver and .Tune Tompson as actore. Lunch was served after the program. Farm Bureau' Has l>iciiic— Lincoln township Farm Bureai folks held their annual picnic a Julius Jensen's Friday with 125 attending. Every year Mr. Jensen builds long tables and puts up seats The tables were tilled with plente cms eats and the seats with hungry folks. After dinner a short progran was given, then there was more ice cream, and all went home happy County Agent and Mrs. Morrison were guests, and Mr. Morrison gave a talk on extension service and it use. The next joint meeting will be an ice ci-eam social at the Heik Adams home in July. $50 TO $300 Borrow the money you need— Take 1 to 20 months to repay It. Loans made on almost all forms .of security. You can get up to $300 to cover your debts, and by small monthly payments retire the loan. Tou can pay in full at any time, .m.nd pay only for the period you have the money. Honest people on salary or fixed Income are invited to see us. We treat you with every courtesy and you may be certain that there will •be no embarrassment. COME IN TODAY! The Inland Finance Corp. .Algona Phone 55. Iowa 'First door north of Iowa State Bank Calf Clnl) Hoys Have Tour— The Lakota -4-H boys' club had picnic dinner at John Heetland's la.s week Thursday. In the afternoon they made a tour to look at th calves. They visited the Jerry Heet land, Sam Winters and Lewis Pric farms. Ernie Wright, of Amee, an County Agent Morrison, the F. G Torines, and the Nick Behrends ac companied the boys and their par ents on the tour. They plan o sending some of the calves to the county fair in September. Callfornlans In Visit Here— The H. D. Mussmans have been entertaining Mrs. Mussman's brother, Fred Bloss and wife, their daughter and her husband, all of California. They went to Charles City last Thursday to visit relatives. The young folks will go to Illinois and Ohio to visit for about six weeks and will stop here on their way home and take the Blosses home with them. anna, Mo., Jast week, and Mra, j ryon entered a sanitarium for reatment for cancer. tarsnai AstniisSon Reslgtig— Marshal Chris Asmussori, who has ieen marshal for several years, ten- lered his resignation last week, to ake effect at once. Woden Wins Ball Game— Lakota and Woden played ball at Woden Sunday with the score 10-9 n favor of Woden. Other Lakotn. John Altwegg, his'daughter Hazel, nnd son Wilfred, visited last week ivlth another son Jamee, who works the Farmers & Drovers bank lere. Hazel has been teaching In the west the last year and Wilfred las been working there also. Robert Hamilton and son Roberl ,lr., Norman Frerklngr and Lelancl Thaves, spent a few days laet week at Spirit Lake. Mr. Hamilton did some repair work at their cottage while there. Meedames Julia Wortnmn, Louise Schmidt and Mary Rosneau, and Misses Kleist and Louise Thaves spent last week Tuesday with Mrs. Otto Kramer at Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gutknecht, of Milwaukee, visited last week with the August Gutknechts. They left the last of the week for South Dakota to visit another brother. EDITH BATES, UNION GIRL, IS GRADUATE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVAMCB. ALQOHA. Mrs. Art Lester and Mrs. Luclle Schroeder daughters, and Mrs. Ethel Hans, went to Falrrndnt last Week Wednesday to visit Mv8 t Lester's brother Henry Schaper. The John Alberts, of Swea City, and Rose and Theodore Dorenbush, of Buffalo Center, were dinner guests of the Henry Pattersons Sunday. Mrs. E. N. Clemens, Dorothy and Bill Clemens, and Beth Hamtiulst attended an Epworth League convention at Fenton last week Tuesday. The Christian Frledmans, of Chicago, have been visiting with the Ernest Chrlsts the past week. Mr. Friedman is Mrs. Christ's brother, A son, Donald Charles, weighing 10 i/i Ibs., was born to the Raymond Winters last week. Mrs. Winter was formerly Edna Estle. •Mr. and Mrs. Ed Underdahl spent a week ago Saturday attending- a blacksmiths' convention at Spencer, Louise Nlte, who clerks In the C. R. Smith store, spent part- of her vacation In Chicago. Dr. and Mrs. Williams went to Algona Sunday to visit the Albert Ogrens. Mrs. Oeorgena Noble spent part of last week with the .1. H. Warbur- tons. The Fred Schroeders spent Saturday and Sunday at Fort Dodge. Children's Day Program Given— A Children's clay program consisting of readings, songs, and exercises was given at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Mrs. Oran O'Keefe had charge of the program. The ottering was given to the student loan fund. The program was given at 10:30 in place of the regular preaching service. The pastor and wife are on their vacation. Union Twp., June 23 — Edith Bates, who was graduated from the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, June 1 with a Bachelor of Arts degree, is spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mre. Harry Bates, on the former M. M. Morrow farm. Edith majored In mathe- atics, and because of her scholas- c record was elected to the na- onal honorary mathematics fra- ernity, Kappa Mu Epsilon. Edith nd Delia Frankl, Algona, were oomrnates at Cedar Falls three ears. Mrs. Bates, whose girlhood ome was Cedar Falls, spent a eek there during commencement nd on i-eturning commented on the mny new buildings on the campus. Ir. Bates, who attended the I. S. T. 32 years ago, also attended the ommencement, but part of the eek he visited his parents, who ve at Dysart near by. veimetli Bocvers Changes Jobs— Mrs. Kenneth Boevers, Duncan, -iz., and' her two-year-old daugh- the Homer Bend, were MONET TO LOAN —on— EASY TEBMS EEADY CASH • SERVICE We loan vou money on a few minutes' notice, in amounts from $50.00 to $300. Phone or call on us, as our method is quick, courteous and confidential. We lend on household furniture and automobiles, and allow you to repay in 20 small monthly payments. HAWKEYE FIXAXCE CO. Represented by CUNNINGHAM & LACY 107 W? State Street. Phone 598 Minneapolis Residents In Visit— Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McKinney, of Minneapolis, came Sunday for short visit with relatives. They are on a month's trip through Nebraska, North and South Dakota and Minnesota. They left little Marj Cecelia with relatives at Elmore She will come 'here in two weeks and they will stop for her on theii way home. Take Train to Western Sights— Mr. and 'Mrs. Irvin Altizes ,lef last week via the Rock Island rail road for Yellowstone park, Callfor I nia and other points of interest i the west. They left their littl daughter with Mrs. Altizer's folk at Blue Earth. Mr. Altizer w! work in the depot at Buffalo Cente when they return. LOANS '$300 or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles and Live /Block. Can be repaid by small equal monthly payments. Our new pay- 'jnent extension plan protects YOU "When sick or out of employment. LOANS MADE TO School Teachers On Your Own Signature -Tor Immediate service call, write or phone Chas. Kuchynka 211 E. State, Phono 399 Representing Federal Finance Co., Des Moines freshments, followed. This meeting s an annual affair. Storm Moves Harrison Barn— The storm Friday night did considerable damage at the Mrs. Gertrude Harrison farm. The wind moved the barn off Its foundation three or four Inches. A large cottonwood tree was blown onto the house, crushing the gable. Some windows were broken too, and rain came Into the house, damaging walls and furniture. The silo on the Frank Hofius farm near by was blown in. Trees along the highway were blown onto the electric line, and the current was off from early evening till Saturday afternoon. Friends Unite for Picnic- Mr, and Mrs. Earl Taylor and their son Ralph picnicked with the W. F. Wargowskys, of Boyden, at the Lost Island lake'etate park a week ago Sunday. Mesdames Wargowsky and Taylor have been friends since before their marriages, when both were teachers at the I. O. O. F. orphanage, Mason City. Mr. Wargowsky is manager of the creamery at Boyden, and he won sweepstakes on his butter at a recent butter-makers' convention. where he la farming. Mrs. B. F. Arndorfei 4 visited parents, Mr. and MrS. leadore Sle- enbarth, last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Clifford pehnert and her children, accompanied by her sister Matilda drove here from the Dehnert home at St. Paul last Thursday for 'a few days with, the women's mother, Mrs. Joseph Hahrn Jr. Clifford, who is In the postal service, joined them Saturday.' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Capesiiis, their daughter Maxine, and Shirley Mae, and Philip Arndorfer drove to Ack- iey Saturday evening to spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hanlg and friends. Mrs. Hanlg, who was formerly Helen Arndorfer, Is a sister of Mrs. Capeelus. A good-sized number of patrons from here attended a club dance at Wesley last Thursday evening. This was the last dance until fall. Mrs. Lawrence CInk and Lillian Fehr called on Mrs. William Arndorfer and Mrs. Joseph Rahm last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Arndorfer spent Sunday, evening- with Mr. and Mrs. George Arndorfer. William Elch, manager of the local farmers' elevator, left Sunday to attend a farmers' elevator men's convention at Cedar Rapids. Bankers E. F, and Martin Rahm Rahm left Monday to attend a bankers' convention at Waterloo. Martin is president of the People's Savings, and E. F. is cashier. The E. F. Rahms and the Philip Schemels had a picnic dinner Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer DEMAND l^gHg^HHSE^^MSS^^^™*™™^^^^^^^^"^^^^ . • . Quality H. W. Post Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa. 4-H Convention Delegates Hack— Mrs. Jake Telcamp and Mrs. Gu Torine went to Algona Saturday bring home Ada Telcamp, of Led yard, and Mary Miller, of Hebro township, who were delegates froi their respective townships to th •4-H club convention at Ames. Th girls report a wonderful time. llanniiilsts Go to Wisconsin— Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wesse drove to River Falls, Wis., Frida taking the Hamquist family ther where the latter will spend the sunnier. They will do light housekeeping, and Mr. Hamquist's parents live at River Falls. The AA'essels came home Saturday. At feud lleunloii nt Sheffield— Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mussman, sons Harry and George, and the latter's family went to Sheffield Sunday for a reunion of the Bloss and Mussman families, at which lil were present for dinner at the Elmer Don home. The afternoon was spent visiting. Buffalo Confer Aid Entertains— Fifteen members of the Methodist Aid attended the Buffalo Center Aid Guest day laet week Thursday. A good program of songs and readings was given, also a play, How a AVuman Keeps a Secret. Lunch was served after the program. To Vocation In Minnesota— The E. R. AVorleys, their house guests, the Misses Davidson and Muller, the Iversons, of Tipton, and the Rinderknechts, of Ringsted, left early Sunday morning for Pequot Minn., where they will spend theii vacations at Bass and Kimbal' lakes. i er Jacqueline, with ioevers family, West ailing on friends in the township londay and Tuesday. Kenneth Boe- jers, who attended the District No. school, and was later graduated rom the Algona high school and the Colorado State Agricultural college,] became a county agent June 1. For he last five years he has been a government meat inspector, with leatlquarters at Clifton, Ariz. Though Arizona is larger than Iowa there are only 13 counties in -the state, and thus Kenneth has a large field in which to work. Duncan is in the-southwestern part of Arizona, and is the center of an irrigated farming community. Mrs. Boevers lived at Clifton before her marriage, .. ' Kural Clubs in Joint Meet— The Mothers and Daughters club was well represented at a joint meeting- of the four rural clubs neighboring Algona at the Ambrose A. Call state park last Thursday. The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club was hostess. An excellent program of music readings, and a • play was given with numbers from every club. Evelyn Bode, Mrs. Fred Geigel, hei daughter Georgann, Maxine Schenck, and others were on the program. A social hour, with re- Other Union News The Enos AVernerts, Algona, spent Sunday at F. S. Thompson's. Mesdames Wernert and Thompson are sisters, and their mother, Mrs. Emma Olson, lives with the Thompsons. The farmers are having difficulty getting their alfalfa cured and into the barn because of the rainy weather. Florence Goetz, who had been at A. B. Schenck's two months, returned to her home at Ledyard Saturday. The Mothers and Daughters club vill have no meeting next week, because of the holiday on July' 4th. Mesdames Mame Hoflus and Lulu Uston, Burt, will entertain July 16. ate a picnic dinner there the same day. John Witte and John Preuschl fished at Lost Island Sunday, but had poor luck. Mr. Preuschl caught only two bullheads. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs, daughter Marice Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer were Sunday dinner guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Martin Blelch, Tltonka. Mr. Blelch is employed at the Tltonka creamery, Mrs. Anna Huschka was a guest Monday afternoon of Mrs. William Arndorfer. George Ludwig Jr., accompanied by Ed Rosenmeyer, drove to Des Moines Monday on business matters. „ Tony Seller, George and Richard Ferstl, and Frank Eisenbarth drove to Mason City Monday to get repairs for their threshing machine. The season Is advancing rapidly and farmers are beginning to think of threshing. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller and Mr. and Mre. Charles " Downs, Wesley, with the Anton Hildmans, drove to the Okobojis Sunday. Marie Arndorfer, local music teacher, will give a piano recital next Monday evening at the school hall here, and the public is invited to attend. It will open at 8 o'clock. From now on Mary Fasbender's store will be closed two nights in the week, Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and on Sunday will be open from S a. m. to 12 and in the evening from 5 to 6, You'll find both when you invttt in G & J Endurance Tires. Prices are the lowest in history and the quality has been constantly bettered ... To prove it to you we offer the broadest, most liberal tire guarantee, in the industry. G « J ENDURANCE Lifetime Guaranty bch 29x4.40/21 $4.11 30x4.50/21 M! 28x4.75/19...... I.N 29x5.00/19 •.JO fclO 30x5.00/20 4.40 •.10 31x5.00/21 •••» CORDS Etch 30x3 $«.»0 $«.iO 30x3^ E.S 4.0* >.tl 31x4 S.S T.10 4.M 32x4S.S 7M T.M A Definite Mileage Guaranty 30 Days Free Trial. Tires Mounted Free!, M.W 4.97 GAMBLE STORES 103 West State Street, Algona The Friendly Store ST. BENEDICT Ben Whittington, former merchant here, drove through Koesuth Friday and stopped to visit local friends. Albert Grosenbach suffered a broken arm last week Wednesday while he was cranking his tractor. He formerly lived north of the village, but In March moved to Sexton, Don't Rasp Your Throq With Harsh Irritants ////DELIVER YOUR Elk Cleaners and Tailors Phone 330 Foot Itch •lllllons Have Athlete'* Foot • "Why euffer from the queer akin' ffllaease causing severe Itching of rtoes and feet, cracking-, peeling 1 ekln, Ijlietera. Ringworm, Trench Foot or 2Hand Itch, when you can avoid injection and quickly heal your skin ~".h Dr. Nixon's Nixoderm? Baaed the famous English Hospital for- . t ato gl scovered by a leading Lon' ix be la an itch and quickl di skin Bpeciallat, Dr. Nixon's Nix- acts w design disease. Nixoderm la guaran- iallat «4«rj» acts with an»«ins speed, be- designed for tbie particular e. N DBUG 8TO*B Htnry Gutknerht to Clinic— Mr. and Mrs. AV. E. Gutknech and Lena took Henry Gutknecht to Rochester last wfeek AVednesday foi examination at the Mayo clinic Henry and Lena stayed till Satur day, and the A\ r . E. Gutknecht, went up and brought them home. Lukofun's Brother Dies— James Bruer received a meseagi Friday morning stating lii.s brothe at AA'ashington, Iowa, was serious]} ill. He died the same day. The Bruers and the AVill Ricklefs, o Tltonka, attended the funeral Sun day. Plan Trip to Minnesota— Helen Davidson, of Missouri, an< Bertha Muller, of Clarksville, teach ers here last year, came Saturday and will spend their vacation witt B. R. Worleys in northern Minne sota. lu Missouri Sanitarium— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tryon, live north pf town, went to The Shop Dollar Day Specials Thursday - Friday- Saturday 100 HATS AT 98c EACH 50 HATS AT $1.95 EACH All other Summer Hats at One-Half Price. Ne\v panamae just received- priced at ------ $2.95 up These are genuine Toyo and Amazon pari'amas, and not just paper with a coat of whiting. They can be cleaned and reblocked. Other white hats, $1.95 each. A shipment of new stitched crepe hats in the new colors of white, tan, navy, and-, black. Also a large variety of the newest toms just received. Wash frocks for ladies .at $1.00 to $2.95 each. This is the "Shirley Jean" line of fast color prints, all sizes and shades. We do hemstitching: cotton 8c yard, silk lOc yard. Mail orders filled, carefully done and returned C. O. D. The Elite Shop PHONE 640- W, ALGONA, "Reach for a LUCKY /nsl Wh*n you vlilt your physician for your) health examination, one of the very flnt I asks you to do It to open your mouth widi/i ray "Ah." He Is examining the delicate lining df throat. "Ahl" There It not a man or wom«*<j could even make this simple sound, if In KM < there were no Adam's Apple. For your Adam'i* Is your larynx—the voice box containing your* chords. And what a delicate piece of Naturt'ik work the Adam's Apple Is. A slight <old-««« particle lodged In the Ihroat-and ourvokK grows husky. In acute cases/ we may «v«i jo*J voice for several days. Don't raip your thrtfj harsh Irritants—Reach for a LUCKY InttMd- her, LUCKY STRIKI Is the only cigarette In that through Its "exclusive "TOASTING" pels certain harsh Irritants present In all raw 1 These expelled Irritant* are sold to of chemical compounds. They are not pn your LUCKY STRIKI. No wonder 20,679 physicians have stated IUCKIIS to be tot I LUCKIIS are always kind to your throat, AMI say "Consider your Adam's Apple." ' It's toasted" Including th$ yse of Ultrq Violet Rgys Swnsbint Mellow*—Heat Pyrifi f s Your Throat gro^<rion»qgqin»t irHtqtion

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