Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1931
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IARKET $IN£S pliUWfek m ' ] TWO- FOR iska PAN 1-LB. 20c PINT BTTL. THREE JHC* BEANS FOR 16-OZ. SIZE 23 c 11- TATEB ftrrow BOX 2LBS. FOR TWO LU VERNE MAN HE ADS FAMILY OF PATTERSONS Lu Verne, Aug. 4—The ninth an- niial reunion and picnic of the Patterson family was held Sunday, August 2, at Eagle Lake state park, near Brltt, with 65 persons l n attendance. Towns represented were Mankato, Ontario, Calic., Dows Gtvlt, Bclnvohd, Clarion, Algona, Ledyard, and Lu Verne. After a big dinner the afternoon wns spent nt visiting. A. short program o: readings and music was given, ant officers Were elected: Irvln Chap man, Lu Verne, president; Ed Pat terson, .Belmond, vice president Mrs. W. K. Cosner, Belmond, secre tary-treasurer. It was decided to hold next year's reunion on the second Sunday in Juno at Sibley Park, Mankato. The following fam tiles were present from Lu Verne: the I. H. Benedicts, the \V. B. Masons, the J. L. Llchtyp. 'he F. L. Chapmans. the Irvin Chapmans, and the C. W. Pattersons, KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA No. 2% ,No. 2%'can ACHES FOE CANNING; iaMe Fruits and Vegetables. OP PRICE FOR EGGS L Soren*en & Go. fctlVEH PHONE 189 NEW SPEED CREATION Mrs, Falk's parents till fall when they expect to i return. MI-K. M. S. Craven entertained at a bridge luncheon last week Tuesday 'afternoon. Mr.-i. IJomrr. Downs won 1 high ncore, Mrs. John Fisher SPC- trd. and Mrs. II. A. French, third. Mrs. A. M. Peterson and Mrs. Fred Went-/, entertained the Woman's club Inst Thursday afternoon. The German Golden Glee 4-H girls gave a demonstration followed by lunch. Lone Rock V ALGONA 11 F.S.HOBTOM I/SONS Trip to Idaho is Planned— Last week Mr. and Mrs. Kelsey Burtis packed and stored their household goods, iind they are stay, ing for the present at the ,B.' F. Burtis home. In tho near future they will accompany B. F. to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Mrs. Lorraine Simmons, who had teen keeping house for Mr. Burtis, and her daughter Jane have returned to the Lyman Anderson home lit Algona. Pool Hull is Sold— A deal was closed Saturday whereby a Mr. Williams, ot Goldfield, became manager of the pool hall which Jack Gllles had been conducting for the last year and a half. Mr. and Mrs. Gillos have purchased a hotel and restaurant at Buffalo Center, and moved there Monday. They were formerly in the restaurant business at that town. Des Moines, Special—Norke Larsen and his new funnel-design racing creation which created a stir at the Indianapolis speedway last spring, and which lias been entered for the Iowa State Fair championship races Aug. 28 and Sept. 4. Larsen will pilot the car in the competition for the big money at Des Moines this summer. He liai already lowered several track records in recent, racing meets. Minnio Kennedy went to 'Rodman Sunday afternoon to visit relatives till Monday, when' she proceeded. to Sioux Falls to vi?St other relatives for several weeks. Tim 1. elands, otlosen, formerly c,f Tlionku, visited olil friends here Sunday. Mr. Lelnnd was superintendent of the school here iever.il years iif?c.\ Mrs. Marie Baathoff, of Thompson, and Edward nnd Jenessee Saathoof, formerly of Tltonka, visited relatives and friends here Friday fore- Tho William Rlcklefs returned Saturday from Searvllle, where they had spent a week assisting with threshing on the Collins farm. Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Hanses have moved to Iowa City, where the Doctor began work at the University hospital Saturday morning. John Hauptman, Wesley pilot, visiting at the Grant Jenning's home. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer wont to Hampton Sunday to enter the Lil- theran hospital tor a goiter operation. The Cemetery association will hold its August meeting next week Thursday at Mrs. Kate Barton's. Eleanor Andrson is vlniting her sister, Mrs. Arthur Carlson, of Gowrle. LEDYARD YOUTH INJURED WHEN CARS COLLIDE Ledyard, Aug. 4 — Cecil Pingel had a serious accident Sunday eve 1 ning at 6 o'clock. He and a friend Melon, and Alice, and Luetta Gelhaus visited sisters ot the deceased Mrs. Hagge at Waseca, Minn., Sunday. Gloorge Dunn's mother and brother Ini't last week Wednesday for their home In Indiana. They 'iiivi-U'd by train from Burt. The George Thompsons attended H Patterson reunion Sunday at l&igle Lnke. near Brltt. There were 70 persons in attendance. Mrs. Howard Mayne, her children, Mrs. Niester, anil 'Patty Matzener were dinner gtiesl« ul Kiank K-el- ley's last Thursday. . Mrs. O'Koefe, Mrs. Gelhaus, and the latter's daughter Anita were at Burt liu.it Thursday, having dental work rtone. Mrs. William Gary's ' brother, Lariy Walsh, is lure helping at the !oc:al elevator during the (threshing season. i Mr. and Mrs.. Max Nl-tz.iwent' to Amboy, Minn., Saturday evening' to i,'ct a son who had visited there a City W»tcr Tanlt Cleaned— The biennial cleaning O t the.city water tank took place last week, and the men who did It found only a little sediment. They put a drain , plug in the bottom. The water was were turning into the entrance tO| Mrs . Gi en n Yahnke and two shut off two hours on two different 'Interlaken park, when another car j (laughtel . s s , )en . t ] as t week with the days, but was pumped directly into foing GO _ milesjin hour hit Cecil's i;,^^,.^ , )al . t the mains the rest of the time. ' "~~ '"'" """" JLL,60 POWN SPEAWJ. TO HIM, IB, VJITHOUT AM Three-Act Comedy Announced — "Beads on a String" is the name of a three-act comedy to be given at the gymnasium this week Friday night under the auspices of the Presbyterian Christian Endeavor society. Nino young people from the Calvary church, near Barnum, will ma'ke up the cast of players. Party Honors Chicago Visitor — Alice Schroeder, Chicago, has been a guest of her sister, Mrs. Rae Stone, the past week. Mrs. Stone entertained last week AVednesday evening at a bridge party in her honor, Mrs. Archie -Sanford winning the high score, Miss Schroeder a guest prize. in the side. The other car was tin-own up into the air and turned turtle, landing on the radiator. There were four people in this car, and all, with Cecil and liis companion, were taken to the hospital at Fairmont. Cecil was still unconscious Monday morning. The others were all badly injured. puce your family to real pn your home. , Order al now from NORTON 6 50 N WIALSroaRUUDING UELSroa HEATING 4E 229 ALGONA Cleo Guide's Tonsils Removed— Cleo Gab'.e, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Gable, had h tonsils removed at Lakota last Thursday. Doctor Williams, assist «d by Doctor Somers, Elmore, did the operating. Her tonsils were much enlarged and diseased. She is recovering at the home of her aunt, Mrs. George Heitland. Mrs. Jack Gillcs is Honored— The Methodist Senior Ladles' Bible class honored Mrs. Jack Gllles at a farewell party at Mrs. H. C. Allen's last Thursday. The afternoon was spent in a social way, and at' tho close lunch was served. Mrs. Gilles will be missed in church and Aid work. 65 Attend Smith Reunion— Sixty-five persons attended a Smith family reunion at the Renwick park Sunday-. ' Ames, Fort Dodge, Humboldt, Rpnwick, Hardy, and Lu Verne were represented. The William Ellis family attended frum hete. No Services at 2 Churches — There were no services at the local Methodist church Sunday, and there will be none next Sunday. The Rev. 'F. O. Johnson Is taking a vacation of were also no two weeks/ There services Sunday at the German Reformed church, the Rev. Mr. Dapping preaching elsewhere at a mission festival. School Bus Routes Arc Let — At a school board meeting week Monday evening seven last bus "S HERE! .ALEMITE, IPENNSYLVANUf MOTOR OIL, GUARANTEED , UNIFORM |W ALEMITE nperature tested IOTOR OIL ave it for you now, Drive <Jay and let us drain and I with it. |e new Alemite Motor Oil, pd by the new Alemite *8s. Made from Selected > Pure Pennsylvania Crude |e recommend that you try it use we kno\v you wjU expe- e new motoring satisfaction. ave tested it and know you m it a great aid to superior nuance too. twshow you why Alemite « VU is safe, sure, superior! SERVICE CO. Ernest Phillips Bus Grocery— Ern-sst Phillips, who sola a gro- cei'j store at Whlttemore recently, has bought the Danger grocery at Gait. He took possession last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips had spent a month with relatives here and at Kanawha. routes were let. The remaining three will be let at a later meeting. Tho successful bidders for routes let were Ross Browning, Clifford Jenks, Charles, Hilferty, Richaarcl Zielske, Alfred O'Keefe, Beyse, and Edw. Miller. Clyde To Resume Church Services— • The Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Koonce returned Monday, from Cedar Falls, and services will be held as usual next Sunday at church. the Presbyterian Boy Wins Coaster \vagon— The Benedict store recently closed a contest In which the boy or girl who sold the most crackers in a given time would receive a coaster Clem Stripling Won the To Attend R. F, D. Conventions— Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and their sons Kenneth and Cuane will go to Decqrah this week Wednesday to attend a state convention of rural mall carriers. Mrs. Thompson Is the Kossuth delegate to a rents at Buffalo Center. Mrs. Peter Loott, Swen. City, and two daughters spent last week Wednesday at N. A. Pingel's. Wanda Seylor, of Blue Enrth, who had visited Mrs. Glen Beyse, went home last week Tuesday. Mrs. 1>. B. Mayer entertained Mrs. Arpke, of Appleton; \V'is., ancl Mrs. M. Tillmoney Sunday. The L. W. Weimers .and V. A. Barretts were at the Okobojis Sunday. The Charles Hllfertys and J. T. Welfares were at Interlaken Sunday. " Mr. find Mrs. G«orge Looft visited relatives at' Wosle'y Sunday. The Jesse O'Kecfes spent Sunday with i-e'.atives at Fenton.. TITONKT1.PS MAKE SAND PIT SWIMMING POOL Titonka, Aug. 4 — Swimming enthusiasts from Titonka, Bancroft, and Lakota, are interested in plans -to mak-3 the Union Slough gravel pit east of town safer for swimming. Under the leadership of Mrs. H. A. French and A. A. Droessler; the pit is being- leveled, and deep and dangerous holes, especially in the. east side of the pit, are being filled. Contractor Paul, who has b'een using the pit for gravel, will do -the main work with his huge crane, now in operation at the pit. The final pool will be 100x150 feet, and the deep portions will be roped off to eliminate much of the danger. was nere Sunday afternoon locatinft a landing field for .his piano for Indian Day, Auij-if-t '1-5. Mrs. Antone Pannkuk returned Thursday from Rochester, wh-ere she wont through the Mayo clinic. Mrs. Earl Stott entertained the Larkin club Friday afternoon. Mrs. George Howe won high score. Tho John Pinks had their annual family reunion at Clear Lake Sunday afternoon. Robert Hutchinson, Waterloo, *pcnt the week-end with the Raymond Krantzs. Donald Banta and John Gartner drove to Galva Sunday to visit friends. The Homor Harbours spent the week-end with relatives at Waucoma. Nate Walsh was on the sick list last week but Is out again now. Titonka was defeated by Fenton here Sunday afternoon, 3-1. Pit Pony's Wisdoir In the oid workings of u Ithona da Valley mine, in Wnlos. a porj hauling Irs eonl wngon snddnnlj dug Ills heels In nml Vi-fusert m budge. WhiU? ihc miner with II wub v:v!i.'ly tr>in^.to conx it to %< on, u big piece of rnnf Ml with i irash in front of l'u>m. B. F. Tuiiilll, 01 Cedar Falls, was ;>, business c'i Icr la.-it wc.k. Mr. nn.i Mrs. David Uullon ancl son Howard, of Sheffield, visited Sunday at L. R. Roderick's. Mrs. Hutton is an aunt of Mrs. Roderick. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransteldt Were dinner guests also ot the Rodericks. Kathryn Manus, of ;Burt,. spent Saturday and Sunday at the Charles Morris home. ' Ernost Krucger, ,of Burt, spent Sunday at Sharlcs Morris's. The Jim Ackermans spent Sunday at the Clint Gushing home near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. William Leeper visited the Ray Goddens, near Armstrong the same day. Donald Blu no-hard and Charles Snick drove to Cedar Falls Friday and Donald secured a room. He wi:i enter college again this fall Milo Tarbell, who now lives at Wa terloo, returned with him for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Mielke, o Milwaukee, and their daughter and two sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Augus Mielke, Whittemore, were guests a T. E. Macumbers last Thursday. The Macumber cafe Ins'tallei a new Skelgas stove Friday. Ersel Blanchard, Chet Alme and Mrs. Oscar Earing drove to Cherol«?o a week ago Sunday to visit the new daughter of the John Sones. Ersel remained for a week and the York for a few weeks. Mr. Flene 's <in artist. The county . Auxiliary will meet. ri', B"ncroft Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Aclf. nm»n will entertain the local Vtixl !-ary next week Wednesday. Mrs. Steven Sharp, of Burt, visit- id the Glenn Sharps the first of last veek, and wns called to Llvermore the serious illness of Mildred, laughter of the Jim Armstrongs. The Henry Raths, of Curlew, spent Sunday at Mrs. John Rath's. Mrs. Frank Flalg will entertain the Mite society next week Thurs [lay. Mrs. William Fischer last week Tuesday was called to Rockford, 111., by the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Swartout. Mrs. Swartout died Sunday morn- Ing at 1 a. m., of anemia, followed by pneumonia. William Fischer and son Dolmar left Sunday forenoon for Rockford to attend the ser vices. Raymond Biersteadt and Reno Woodwick left last week Monday for McHenry, s. D. Lillian Heidemvith, of Whltte more, spent Sunday night 'at tin Fred Wegener's, and the rest o the week at the Henry Keuck home Lone Rock defeated Bancroft 8- on the letter's diamond The game was loosely played afl* he batteries were Llshliter aflA <chuler for 'Bancroft, ahd 81ms an4 Hancock for Lone 'Rock. Irvington Earl Crouch, employee! at the Edward Mawdsley farm, was taken 111 last week and was off work for several clays. He Is now reported better. Mrs. Robert Buckley and bar- children, who had spent a few week.* at Thomas Coleman's, returned to*, their home at Ogdcn Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fry have rented th*e Farmers Elevator house here, an*. will tstke possession soon. Pincy Woods Defeated 4-8. Whlttemore, Aug. 4 — A colored. nine representing the Plney WoodB-. Country Life school, Plney Miss., was defeated, 4-3 by Whittemore's team, In a ten-Inning gam* at the local diamond Sunday, ANOTHER DROP IN TIRE price*, SnvlnRM passed on Immediately. 23X-I.-K) G & J Endurance $4.20 each, In Pi's., installed. Written guarantee with tire. Gamble Stores. 24-47 1 others returned the same day. .T. G. Robinsons, of Battle Creek, la., came Sunday to visit old friends and to get his daughter Joyce, who has been visiting the Fred Gen- riches. They returned to their home last week Tuesday. Beulah G'adstone, Esther Godtlen and Vera Morris were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower held at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone home Friday evening in honor of Verda Belle Chrlstensen, who was married July 21 to Lawrence Zwiefel, of Fenton, at Fairmont, Mont. There were 25 guests. Margaret Slorman, of Esthervllle, «pRnt last week at W. J. Cotton's. Gerald, son of the Rev. M. Fiene, of Lotts Creek, is home from New HAVE If DONE AT HOME. Send your cleaning to the Elk. Twenty- four hour service. Prompt delivery. Prices the lowest In history. u47-4E White's GROCERY Week End Specials 5 CANS No. 1 size 11 oz. tins, one each Pork and Beans, Bacon and Beans, Red Beans, Lima Beans, and Hominy. Buy Blankets Now on the LAY - AWAY FLAN Select your''blankets now while stocks are complete. A small desopit will hold any Blanket until November 1st. Featured exclusively a complete lino of the (among < Beacon Blankets woman's auxiliary convention at the same place and time. YOU, utea «» from . prize. Other In Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen and Feme Allen drove to Minneapolis Monday morning to visit the Samuel Smiths and meet Mrs. Allen's sister, Roohelle, 111., and the latter's husband. The Edw. Masons, Charles City, visited, relatives here and ^at Renwick last week, and Mona and Max- tne Mason. Algona, spent most of last week with their grandfather, W, B. Mason. Ray Mason, Algona, his father, iW. B. Mason, and Ray's slater, Lottie Mason, Lu Verne, took James Boyd, Ontario, Calif., to Elbow Lake, Minn., Monday to visit the Merrill Boyds. ' The Presbyterian Aid met last week Wednesday at Mrs. F. J- Chapman's; Mrs. Aksel 'Neilson and her daughter; Margaret, assisting hostesses. Mrs.-Harry Von Draska. and Genevieve Higgins, Fort Dodge, returned last week Monday from ^° clc *f" land and Peorla, where they made V Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Benson and the Robert Bensons, Chillicothe, Mo., with Miriam'Benson, Chicago, visited last week at J. J. WaaleU* «• Mrs. Alice Rogers Grlffeth, Indianapolis, and her children are spending an annual vacation at the parental H.' B. Rogers home. The Methodist Aid meets this week Wednesday at the city haU, with" Mrs. A, L. Jones and Mrs. a. Mrs. Curtis to L«nve Hospital— Mr. and Mra. N. A. Pingel, Mrs. Jenks, and Mrs, Nelster were at Fairmont Sunday and called On Mrs. Robert Curtis, patient in a hospital there, She is rapidly recovering and expects to come home soon. College Students in Get-Together— Blvin Carpenter entertained three college friends at supper Sunday: Howard SIgsbee and Eva Trunkhill, Burt, and Glenn Strong, Havelock. In the evening the four went to In- 'terlaken. N. K, Ball Nine Dudlj" Beaten— Lakota played the North Kossuth team here Sunday and won a shutout, 10-0. Whittemore plays the locals 'here next Sunday, Mrs. J, C. Underkoflcr Laid lip- Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, now of Brltt, fell from a stepladder last week and broke her left arm. Home Talent Flay Tonight— The home talent play, Mrs. Tubbs BLANKET SALE Yearly We Offer Marvelous Blanket Values During the August Sale, Never in Our History Such Values Never Before Such Low Prices '/a .' Williams as bostess.es The Evangelical Woman* society meets this Mia- week W«Stoeaday V 'at'W country home of Ceo. Rrownlewee, Claripn, yirtted her «tetw. Mrs- B, Joneft and Ijer ^»»*hter. Mrs, A/eeri of Shantytown, takes place this week Thursday evening. Other Letlyard. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson a*nd Mrs. Dyer called on Darwin Mason, Blue Earth, oldtime resident here, last week Wednesday evening. Mr. Maxon was badly injured some time ago, when he fell from a barn while he was doing carpenter work- Mr, and Mrs. J. C. pederson, of Sanborn, and a son were here Sunday, visiting another son, Cecil, and his wife, jack Pederson, a third s$n, who had been here six weeks, returned home with them. The P. W. and Ed Reece families met the Fred Reeces, Des Moines, at Fort Dodge Sunday for a picnic dinner. Fred's son Frederick, who has been here several weeks, went home With his parents. The Mesdames Carpenter, TU1- money, and Weiiner, with Opal Dorsey, were at Algona Saturday, and Mrs. Carpenter called on her brother, Neil Entwhistle, patient at the Kossuth hospital, Elme'r McGuire visited his aunt, Mrs. BUa Gftlhaus, over the w«ek> end. He broke an arm gome tlw« ago, when he *fi» from a. haymow while he was pitching hay. »e*a4 to have the bones aet twjoe, w Chrigts an* cajartes Surprise for Mrs. I/. 6. Gartner — Mrs. L. G. Gartner was honored at a surprise birthday party Friday afternoon. Lunch was brought and a lovely gift was given to Mrs. Gartner. Those present were: Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe and grandchild Betty Lee, Mrs. Ray Bonaoker and daughter Beth, Mrs. Homer Downs and son Dick, Mrs. Herman Rachut and children, Mrs. Gilbert Nelson and children, Mrs, George Bonacker and children, Mrs. Pierre Sartor, Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher and son Louis, Carrie Bonacker, Mrs. James Breen, Mrs. Camilla Cooper/ Mrs. L. B. Larson, and Mrs. Rasmus Hansen. Girls Make Health Posters— The 4-H girls met last Thursday at I-I. A. French's with Jean French and Leota Oesterreicher hostesses. Health pictures were taken for county fair posters, and Mrs. Raymond Krqnfcs helped with the record books. Loraine Peterson gave a demonstration on a sowing machine, und talks were given by Helen Beed and Viola Rike, the latter reporting on the 4-H camp at , Camp Foster on the Okobojis. Busy Bees Burn $22— The .Buffalo Busy Bees gave a luncheon and bazaar Saturday afternoon, Ali the garments the Birls had made for this year, 181 in all, were put on exhibition. The girls are earning money to rent » cottage at C'ear Lake for. a week, and the bazaar netted them $22. They expect to go August 16. "Aux" Prepares Scrapbooli— Members of the Legion Auxiliary have been busy the last week arranging their yearly scrap book of community service and history preparatory to entering same at the stajte convention at Marshalltown next week Tuesday and Wednesday. Buffalo Center Defeats Juniors— The American Legion junior boys baseball team played the Buffalo Center team here Sunday afternoon. The score was, 3-1 In favor of Buffalo Center. Part Wool Single BLANKETS Special Part Wool BLANKETS 1 .OO MI •Jl Just imagine! A fan- vy plaid blanket in 70x80 size ends bound with sateen, selling at such "a low price. Warm, four pound blanket, full bed size 66x50 inches. A special low price for such a heavy blanket. Fancy Plaid Sheet Blankets 69c Titoiiica News, The Harry Beed* spent Tuesday at Hampton, •*» CJarkvlJle. They re* A remarkable low price for cotton sheet blankets in a large size, 72x84 inches. A Graham Greater Value. Beacon SINGLE BLANKETS Two styles at $2.69 Is the best offering in plain colors and fancy part wool blankets. The sizes are large. The color combinations, are beautiful. Ombre SINGLE BLANKETS 70x80 $4.49 These warm fluffy blankets come in the most beautiful color combinations, ombre from dark to light, contrasting shaded colors in ground unji figure. our Fancy Single Beacon Blankets Beautiful range of assorted colors in part wool, conies in plain and the fancy jacquard patterns, a value. SETTEE QUALITIES AT IQWEB PRICES Block Plaid Beacon Blankets SPECIAL A Warm Part Wool BLANKET You'll say tbJs is a wonderful blanket value, if you compare it with prices others ask for this quality, Beautiful range of -plaid patterns to choose from- large size . v 73*84 , 72x84 part wool, soft fluffy and warm blankets—ends bound with a 4-inch sateen, in a big range of > colors. "Wigwam" INDIAN BLANKETS 66x80 A most gorgeous array of colors and patterns in these popular blankets for dens, camp, porches, and all occasions, Beacon, Single i TOP BLANKETS Soft, fluffy pastel est Kennedy, of CJaripsviJUe WINDOW j 'i-j^ ; jf-ifp >.& «i-

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