Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1931 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1931
Page 10
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f»AOB TWO KOSStltH COUNTY APVAKCB. ALQONA. IOWA WHAT ARE YOU EXHIBITING AT THE FAIR THIS YEAR ? We urge our patrons to compete for premiums at the County Fair. You will enjoy doing it and you will be contributing to this useful exposition of the resources of our territory. We know that you will be on the lookout, too, for new ideas at the fair, ideas which may bring you substantial profits in the months and years to come. Kossuth County State Bank The Banks of Algona will be closed the afternoons of Fair week Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. WELCOME to Kossuth County Fair. WELCOME to Algona WELCOME to our store THIS MEANS EVERYBODY - THE - Dependon Grocery is always well prepared to take REAL GOOD CARE of your wants when it comes to "Eatables." Our Coffees and Teas Our Cookies and Crackers Our Canned Fruits and Vegetables mean RIGHT QUALITY for the RIGHT PRICES We feature "RICHELIEU" and "BABY STUART" groceries in general. Stop in at AKRE'S OR PHONE 290-291 We Invite You TO SEE OUR DISPLAY OF Ford Cars AT THE COUNTY FAIR NEXT WEEK KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 484 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Service— ^BBSB^ —Sales IMA W HEN you consider that well over 22,000,000 automobiles are registered in the United States, it is not strange that highway accidents are increasing at an alarming rate. Thousands of cars are operated by irresponsible and incompetent drivers, causing accidents for which others must pay. Today's courts are crowded with auto cases. Even the most careful driver may be the victim of a smash-up. Mo one can hope to drive a car and be immune from mishap. Adequate insurance is positively necessary. FOR 25% LESS THAN YOU PAY NOW... you can buy National Citizen* Mutual* fruur- oncc on your car* covering collision, liability and property damages* Atk the National agent in your city or write for detail?. BURT PUPILS LEARN TRADE; EARN CREDITS Hurt, Sept. 1—Burt'n school will open next Monday, with the following teachers: Donald Weir, superintendent: Condlt Bowie, of Zenrlng, principal; Sigurd Fnrdnl, of Stanhope, history and ,music; Anna Overgaard, of Cedar Falls, English and music; Charlotte Warrior, of Blockton, home economics; Alice Eighnie, of Shannon City, junior high principal; Myrtle Hanna, of Lone Rock, fifth and sixth grades; Mildred Anderson, of Mlltord, third and fourth grades; Eva Whitney, first and second grades and Mattie Warner, manual training. A new feature this year will be vocational training for junior arid senior boys. Arrangements have been made whereby the pupils taking vocational work will spend one half of each day in a local shop learning tho trade of his choice. The student's services are given in exchange for the Instruction. A chance to learn the mechanic, blacksmith, printing, jewelry, and harness-making trades will be given. Two credits are given for this work. Attends Girlhood Club Reunion— The W. T. Kennedys went to Cherokee Sunday to attend a reunion of the members of a club to which Mrs. Kennedy belonged as a girl at Washta. Of the 20 original members eight were present with their families, a total in the group of 30. Some of those present Mrs. Kennedy has not seen for more than 30 years. After the picnic dinner a program was given and each .member responded to roll call with an account of what 'had happened to •her during the last 30 years. Burt Young Couple Married— Delbert Vogel and Lucile Stiltz are to be married at Blue Earth, Minn., this week Wednesday. They will start 'housekeeping at once in the house recently vacated toy the O. G. Stows. Delbert, who is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Vogel, Is a graduate of the Burt high school and is mail carrier on the star route between Burt and Elmore. The bride is a niece of the O. E. Hotts, and has made her 'home with them for a number of years. Six Pashas from Arabia T^HESE SIX ARABIANS have a 16-cyllnder action attraction that has -i- never been eclipsed, and find little competition in headlining any bill on which they may appear. In one of their acts five men, with an aggregate weight of more than 800 pounds, are held up by a single man, who weighs only 150 pounds, and Is only 6 ft., 9 Inches tall. This is the best tumbling and acrobatic act in the field this year. See It at tho Kossuth county fair. Picnic Dinner Is Enjoyed— O. P. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kraushaar and daughter Joan, Mrs. C. 15. McDonald, Mrs. Durward McDonald and son, Mrs. Mary McDonald, Mrs. Maude Hanna and son Charles, and Malcolm Nelson, of Fort Dodge, had a picnic supper at the J. G. McDonald home last week Wednesday evening. Booster Meeting' at Bnrt— The regular monthly booster meeting of the I. O. O. F. and Rebekah lodges of the county will be held here this week Tuesday in the I. O. O. F. hall. The chief speaker on the program will be the Rev. Wm. Galbreth, pastor the Olivet Methodist church at Mason City. Six Tour to State Fair— James and George Powers, il. M. Chipman, Dean Clapsaddle, George Schroeder, and Grover Fairbanks drove to Des Moines last Thursday in the Powers paint truck. They took in the auto races at the state fair and came home early Saturday morning. Hast lload Is Oiled Again— The one and a half mile stretch of road east of town Is being re-oiled. It was oiled last summer, tout the work was never properly finished and the job is now being done by the Standard Oil company. Lone Rock little Girl Dies— C. B. Chipman went to Storm Lake Saturday to take the body of the three-year-old daughter of Superintendent and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey, Lone Rock. Other Burt News. Mrs. C. I. 'Mansmith returned Sun- clay from Ledyard, where she nursed Mrs. D. A. Carpenter last week. She came back with the Fred Borseys, who spent the day at the Mansmlth ihome. Velma and Nornm Mansmith, Algona, and Philip Ruffer, Corwlth, were also Sunday guests at the Mansmith home. Mrs. C. E. McDonald returned to her home at Sioux City Friday after spending the week at the O. P. McDonald home. Mrs. Durward McDonald and little son, W ho had been visiting her parents at Wilmar, Minn., came last week Tuesday and is visiting at the McDonald home. / Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kraushaar and Mr. and Mrs. Lance Riebhoff returned last week Wednesday from Kamrar, where Mr. Riebhoff had been working on the section for five days. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp and Mrs. Mary Stewart returned • last week Tuesday after a few> days visit at Lynd, Minn., with the Lincoln Stewart family. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow returned last Thursday after a week spent at Newton and Goshen, Ind. Their daughter Bernice works for the telephone company at Goshen. Mi-, and Mrs. H. W. Trainer are parents of a daughter, Patricia Ann, born last Thursday at the W. T. Trainer home. Harold Chipman, Mason City, visited from Friday to Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Chipman. The G. J. F. Vogels, Geo. Carrolls, and the Rev. J. E. Clifton family had a picnic dinner together at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Charles Hanna and Katherine Elvide visited from Thursday to Saturday at the W. S. Shackelforcl home in Goldfield. The J. W. Elliots returned Fridaj from What Cheer, where they had spent a few days visiting Mr.'Elliot'b aged mother and other relatives. D. F. Schwietert and Arthur- Barker visited from Friday to Sunday at Arthur Barker's at Coggan. They also visited at Cedar Rapids. The Misses Eva Whitney and Mattie Warner returned Thursda; from Cedar Falls, where they vis ited relatives. The F. O. Stows and J. G. Sewick: visited at the J. T. Graham homi near Algona Sunday evening, when a Porter family reunion was held. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck am Mr. and Mrs. George Hanna, of Lon Rock, spent the week-end with relatives at Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. Sadie Schenck and daughter Maude, of Minneapolis, came Sunday for a few days at the L. H. Schenck home. Mrs. G. P. Hawcott and son Wallace went to Mason City Friday to visit Mrs. Hawcott's parents, the C. C. AVallaces, for a few days. Mrs. M. E. Allen, of Julesburg, Colo., arrived Friday morning, called here by the serious illness of her father, H. G. A. Sewick. Opal Schrader left last week Wednesday for Carlsbad, N. M., where she will teach this year. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford, Webster City, arrived Friday for a visit at the J. H. Graham home. Orma Davison left Friday for LEDYARD TEAM WINS TWO OF THREE GAMES Ledyard, Sept. 1—The North Kos suth team played three games o aaseball last week. Wednesday the team played the "Straw Hatters,' another Ledyard team; and won 7-1. « Saturday the Ledyard team the Sauerkraut vas a close and Interesting game, which Lakota won 3-2. Ledyard's two scores were both home runs, one by Moulton and the other by Krammersmier. Moulton and Deal formed the battery for Ledyard, and Moss and Quam for Lakota. Sunday North Kossuth played at Whittemore and won G-5. Election of offlcerri wilt be Held, and a large attendance Is: desired; .edynrrt Woman Sprains leg- Mrs. Nelster is'suffering with ft ipralnecl leg. She fell some time ago, but felt ho HI effects at the Jme. She is now under'the cafe of Doctor Williams and must stay off feet for several days. Tjedynrd Woman's Tumor Removed- Mrs. L-. W. Wfemer went to Ban- roft last week'. Tuesday and Doctor Devino removed a tumor from her jack. Other Ledyard News. Mi's. C. I. Mansmlth, of Burt, iclped care Cor Mrs. D. A. Carpenter several days last week. Mrs. Carpenter remains about the same, and does not gain as her friends would ike to have her, The Methodist Aid was Invited to Grant Friday evening, and those who attended from here were Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Albert Barnes, and the Howard Maynes. Jacob and Bonnie Stubbe spent the week-end with their sister, Mrs. Glenn Beyse. Dorothy, who had spent the summer here, returned home with them. The W. F. M. S. met Tuesday with Airs. Edward Kroner. Mrs. Mayer was devotional reader, • and the mystery box furnished a lot of excitement. The Ed Campbells, Leon Wordens and the Clifton Engelby family attended a picnic In Algona Friday In honor of the Chester Duttons, of Omaha. • \ The Jerry Sullivan family left Friday for Lincoln, Neb. His mother, who has been visiting there for some time, returned with them Sunday. Mrs. Eva Walker and daughter Maxine, of Ames, came last Thursday to visit at the parental J. W. Hartshorn's. Mrs. Robert Curtis went to Des Moines Saturday to visit her sister, who works in the beauty parlor at Younkers. . Laura Black came last week Tuesday from Des Moines for a visft with her parents and daughter Dorothy. Mrs. Kate Paper and Mrs. Frank Perkins, of Mason City, visited their last week. FAIR STATE'S CAFE -OPEN— Day and STATE'S BARBECUE IN OPEHATlOjf ON THE FAIRGROUNDS OUR COFFEE. IS UNSURPASSED Church Holds Mission Festival— The annual mission festival of the German Reformed church was hold Mrs. Freeh is a sister of Mr. Link, Ed and Claude Reece went to Des Moines Saturday. Everett Pugsley was low following an operation. An 8%-Ib. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Inmar Engelby Friday morning. This is their first child. M/. and Mrs. Joe Jenks, of Bancroft, and son Kermit spent Sunday with "Dad" Jenks. Mrs. Jensen, Buffalo Center, spen vTVjL-iiuiii neLurintiu cnurcn was neia „ ' u ~—••*•• • ^j'*- 11 Sunday at the high school auditor- *| <lda y with her daughter, Mrs NATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS IMPLEMENT MUTUAL CITIZENS FUND MUTUAL Omatgnne, Mian, - ... Kti Wing, Minn. LA BARRE; & FALKENHAINER , TBS AL60SA INSURANCE AGENCY ioor B Qr$fc ^ j ows 3^ 8ai) ^ VhQW II for ium. The Rev. C. F. Wichser, of Rice Lake, Wis., was the main speaker, and the Rev. H. Kruse, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Woden, gave the English services in the afternoon. The Isenberg male quarjtet was unable to sing Sunday evening, which was a disappointment to all. « Hartshorn's Have Family Reunion— Mr. and Mrs. John Tillmoney came from Ames Sunday to spend a week at the parental Tillmoney and Hartshorn homes. A family reunion was held at J. W. Hartshorn's Sunday. Those in attendance were the Charley Kramer family, of Webster ity, Roy Hartshorn, of Swea City, ;he Elmer Hartshorns, of Algona, Mrs. Eva Walker, and daughter Maxine, -of Ames.^ind Mrs. Marion Tillmoney. See Famous Clocks at Dccorali— Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett returned last week Wednesday from their visit at Chester. During that time they visited the "Bily Brothers" Clocks ' near Decorah. These clocks are becoming nationally known and thousands of people visit there each year. Mr. Barrett also attended the funeral of the late Doctor Dlckman, president of Upper Iowa University. Glenn Yahnke. The Earl Jenks family, of Blue Sun Rock Rapids, where she will teach again this year. Whittemore daughter Joan left Thursday Cambridge, Mass., where Mr. K haar is a teacher in Harvard col lege. They have been spending the summer at the O. P. McDonald home. Airs. M. M. Chipman and daughter Jo Ann returned Sunday from Garner, where they had visited at the Milo Brown home. Emory Brown brought them home. Irene Turk, of Clarion, came with them for a visit at the Chipman home. Dr. H. S. Van Vrankin. returned Saturday from Kansas City, Mo., where he had spent the week attending a meeting of the American Veterinary Medical association. Mrs. Van Vrankin visited relatives at Story City during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sewlck and daughter Bonnie, of Ireton, and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Sewick and Tillie Johnson, of Rock Valley, spent the week-end at the H. G. A. Sewick home, called by the serious illness of Mr. Sewick. Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Temple and little daughter arrived Saturday for a visit with Burt friends. Doctor Temple practiced dentistry here a number of years, but moved to Anaheim, Calif., two years ago. Mrs. W. T. Kennedy entertained the Presbyterian Mite society last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. E. Longnecker and Mrs. L. D. Hodgson were assistant hostesses. The Charles Olsons drove to Rolfe Friday and brought home their daughter Lyla, who Qiad spent several days at the Orville Harr home there. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert, son John, and daughter Myrtle returned Friday from a week's visit with relatives at Colesburg and Coggan. Mrs. Henrietta ParJsho, who has been keeping .house at the J. N. Holding home for a number of months, went to Des Koines Friday tp spend a week wjtb relatives, Mrs. Joseph Eisele and daughter Alice returned last week Wednes day from Rochester. Frank Jergens returned Saturday from a week's visit at Dulu'th. Dolores Finnell left for Rock Falls Sunday to teach school. Arnold Wagner recently purchased a new Chevrolet coupe from Poirot & Schattschneider. Earth, visited Blanche Jenks day evening. Leon AVorden was named lay dele gate to the annual conference a Estherville. The Methodist Aid will hold a bakt sale- at Brack's store this Saturdaj evening. Mrs. Thompson's father, Mr Mason of Lu Verne, visited her Friday. A boy was born to Mr. and Mr? Arthur Anderson a week ago Sat urday. Mr. Stebbins, of Pocahontas, spen Saturday and Sunday at Juel Sel fert's. Lee, Estel and Jack Lynch wei home from Leland over Sunday. Irene . Dyer spent the week-en with relatives at Carroll. READ THE WANT-ADS. Lease Praises Methodist Aid— Dr. W. H. Lease preached Sunday morning in the Methodist church. Following church a picnic dinner was held in the church basement, and the quarterly conference meet took place. Doctor Lease praised the Aid on the wonderful work they had done the past year with such a small membership. Aid to >'ame New Officers— The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday in the church basement with Mesdames Lauritzen, Yahnke, and Thompson hostesses. FOR YOUR LAMP OR ffifi ON A ^** | NEW VJQl Model II7A, Pric« $9.00 NOW ONLY *7-*o ind Yoyr Old Lamp or Lantern Bring in your old lamp or lantern! (any kind) and we will allow you$|,$o| for it on the purchase of a new ColenaJ The Coleman Lamp brightens yowl evening hours with a flood of c!w. I white, natural light. Fine for read™, f sewing or entertaining. The <" Lantern is always ready with plenty of light for any job, any night AllColemans make and. burn their own gas from regular, untreated gasoline. The NEW Instant Lighting COLEMAN ROTO-TYPES The finest Lamps and Lanterns that Coleman ever produced! Instant lighting . .. just strike a match ^and turn a valve. Equipped with Roto-Type Burner which gives you better lighting service. 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LAIRD & M'CULLOUGH Phone 531 Funeral Directors 'Ambulance Service Algona, (owa PHILCO _ Balanced Unit I BATTERY.& ELECTRIC RADIOS MAYTAG GAS AND ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINES Sales and Service. The Famous ANKER HOLTH Self-Balancing Bowl CREAM SEPARATORS Be Sure and See Them ENTERPRISE I CIRCULATING HEATERS Two Sizes Specially Low Priced for the Fair SkelGas Stoves and Heafa Economical-No Dust or D Four Skel Gas stoves will installed in Algona's ne*| $200,000 High School. SkelGaiisnowinuseinnurtl than one hundred home* «| and around Algona. See'utattheFair. FREE-FREE TUESDAY Balloons for the Special PfccounM Items During th< 'S

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