Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1931 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1931
Page 12
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PAGE POUR tJfrttNTY ADVANCE. Al^ONA. IOWA Suits With a Loud Speaking^Price and True Tone Style! When we broadcast values like these you surely want to be on the receiving end. Quality through and through ... in fabrics, trimmings and tailoring. Smartness in the models and patterns and colors. Almost unbelievable that such suits are now available at High School College and Business Styles TITONKIAN TO SPEND6 WEEKS IN PINE WOODS Titonka, Sept. 1—W. J. Denton left Saturday for Minnesota ncconv W. J. Denton left Saturday morn- Ing for northern Minnesota, accompanied by his brother-in-law, Herbert Winter, of Swea City. Mr. Winter bus teen under the care of physicians at the Mayo clinic for several weeks, and has been ordered to the Pines, north of Deep River, for six weeks in hope of recuperating sufficiently to be able to continue his treatments. Mr. Denton will take care of Mr. Winter during tills enforced trip. Mr. Winter Is an i>x service man serving overseas, whose health has been poor since his return from the army. Mrs. Winter Is caring for their store at Swea City.. Attend Buffalo Outer Meeting— Anna Brims. Mrs. Pierre Sartor, Mrs. Camilla Cooper, Mrs. William Hic.klefs, .Mrs. GeorRe Graham, and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. :Lee O. Wolfe, and Joy Graham attended the joint \V:nnebago county meeting at Buffalo Center Friday night. Those attending report a fine program. Jack HtRley, district com mander, and Mrs. Ida. E. Larson state publicity chairman, were speakers. Following the program lunch was served and, the guests taken to a show. Illinois Visitor Is Honored— A weiner roast was given las' ,.„.. Tuesday evening at George Bonacker^i In honor of Eleanor Fos ter. of Elizabeth, 111., formerly o Titonka. Eleanor has been visit at tho Carrie Bonacker's anc with other friends the past week Those who attended the weiner roas •ere Barbara Ball, Alice Gartner i Mae Budlong, Eleanor Fos er, and Helen Beed. Jusy BOPS Hold Meeting— The Buffalo Busy Bees met with latherlne Schram Thursday after oon with Catherine Schram an Sdith Reynolds as hostesses. j alk was given, Caring for the Feel y Betty Budlong. A business meet ng was held and plans were made or a party. The 'next meeting will ye held in September with Alice Sarter and Margaret Callies hos- esses. alil'ornian Visits in Titonka — The Misses Hazel Maye Budlong, and Budlong and Mrs. Frances ifty. The score was 4-0 In favor ot Mtonka. Mrs. Harry Seed drove to Hamp- on last week Wednesday to Visit elatlves and friends. She returned 'rlday. The Gordon Emarlncs, ot Lauens, were guests at the Dr. Pierre artor's a week ago Sunday. The Howard Frenches were Clear dike visitors Friday afternoon, and aw the cyclone wreckage. Henry Allts accldently ran off the oad Thursday afternoon by tho Villlam Stengel's. Lakota won from Ledyard 3-2 In a Miseball game at Bancroft Sunday 5 fternoon. Beulah gchutjer was at Algona ast week Wednesday afternoon on uslness. A baseball game at Bancroft Sun- lay was won by Titonka 4-Ul LONE ROCK IS SHOCKED BY CHILD'S DEATH Lone Rock, Sept. 1 — This com- nunlty was shocked by the sudden death of little Geraldene June, three- vear-old daughter of Supt. and Mrs, t,. E. Godfrey. While she was apparently In gooc lealth It was known that she hadn'i fully recovered from the effects of the flu which she had last winter The immediate cause of her death was glandular fever. She was 11 only two days and passed away quietly and peacefully last Thursday evening at 10:20. Geraldene was born in Storm Laic June 6, 1928, and from babyhood til her death she seemed to be unusu ally precocious. She was always ai obedient, unselfish, and affectlonati child and was loved by all who knev her. Those who survive are her par ents, a baby sister, her grajidpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stelnlill berg, of Trusdale, and Mr. and Mrs Albert Godfrey, of Rembrandt; thre uncles, Bobby Stelnhilberg, of Trues dale, and Clair and Harry Godfrey of Rembrandt; two great-grand mothers, Mrs. Eliza Pettit, of Storm Lake, and Mrs. Martha Godfrey, o Boone. Other relatives attending the fun eral were Mrs. James Harker an Marie Harker, - of Estherville, I/ouie Pottat, of Trusdale. The funeral services were held a the 'home Saturday at one o'cloc and were conducted toy the Rev. S M. Gladstone, pastor of the loca udlong drove to Algona Friday af- ernoon to take Mrs. C. \V. Packard Glendale, Calif., to visit friends nd relatives for several days. Mrs. Packard has been visiting friends uul relatives here for several weeks. Slumber Party Is Given— slumber party was given last week Wednesday night at George Bonacker's for Eleanor Foster, of Elizabeth, 111., formerly of Titonka. A midnight walk was taken. Those present were Barbara Ball, Alice Gartner, Eleanor Foster, and Edith Mae Budlong. hur Sprank will continue to run the IOP here. A . hNtemorc Kids Defeated— '. Lotts Creek and Lone Rock to- other defeated the Whlttemore kids t Lotts Creek Sunday fl-2. The bat- iry for Lotts Creek was Luedtke nd Wlchtendahl. clioot Opening; Postponed— School was to have started Monay, but because of tho death of upt, Godfrey's little daughter It was ostponed till Wednesday. Other LONE KOCH. William Swartant and a friend, f Rockford, 111., came Friday to Isit at William Fisher's, and to get fr. Swartant's daughter Eula, who as been visiting her grandparents, he Wllllnm Fishers. They returned o Rockford Sunday. Sunday the followln»people from ienwlck visited at OUs Sanders': Irs. Glaus Helmke, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. William Helmke and ' children, Eva Helmke, nd Jacob Tushdy. May Krueger, of Fairmont, visited t the Charles Morris and [ P. M. }hrlstensen homes last week Sun- lay. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- icrt Krueger, came down for her ind spent the day. Mrs. L. R. Roderick and three laughters went to Sheffield lost veek Wednesday. Margaret stayed or a three-weeks visit. The others •eturned Friday. Mrs. Vernon Stehle, of Washlng- on, D. C., was a guest of Mrs. Edvard Blanchard last week. Mrs. Stehle will be remembered as Etta !llison. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wolfe, . of Iowa Falls, were visiting friends here Sunday. They came after Zella, who has been visiting here for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean, of Fenton, and Mrs. W. C. Hieter left Monday for Oilman, \Vis., to visit at eorge Roeber's. Mrs. Roeber Is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Hieter. Mrs. Ralph Benjamin and s came home from Des M&lnes flfttuf* day., They will remain here With her father, W. A.^Camerpn, and the son will enter school here. t Muriel Long 1 ; Cleo Hobson, Dorothy and Gladys Slerstedt attended a. 4-H club picnic at the Black'Cat Friday. ' , , Mr. and Mrs. Glen Leeper and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kahn attended the state fair In Des Molne^ over the week-end. The William Raths visited In Sioux City from last week Wednesday till Saturday, Mrs, John Rath stayed at their home while they were gonp. , Mrs. Jessie stebrlta, Mrs. Mike Droessler, of Bancroft, and Lura Sewlck, ofBurt, spent Saturday at Mason City. Jlmmle, oldest son of the Fred Raths, had his tonsils removed by Dr. W. T. Peters Monday. The Henry Manus family, of Burt, and Ernest'Krueger were guests at the C. Morris home Sunday. Harriett Fish, of Whlttemore, came Saturday. She will teach here again this year. Mr. and Mrs. Art Davis, of Arnold's Park, visited relatives herej last week Monday. Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter Norma, of Ames, were guests at N. L. Cotton's last week. •The Cnrl Raths and William Nor- rls families visited Sunday at Forest City at the William Barker's. The Lawrence Laldleys, who had visited the Alex Krueger's, left f or j their home at Estherville Sunday. Mrs. It N. Osher, of Graettlnger, spent a few days last week at Er- J nest Jensen's. The Mite society will meet with Mrs. Jay Godden September 17. The Jim Ackermans spent Sunday at Raymond Seifert's at Irvington. Sunday church will begin at 10:30 and Sunday school at 11:30. MAKE OUR, BOOT YOUR COUNTY R NEXT WEEK Botsford Lumbe r M. J. POOL, Manager. THE BIGGEST TIRE SALE THE mlddlewest has ever seen, starting September 5. A solid trainload to sell two for the list. price of one. 20x4 40 $7.05 pair,—Gamble Stores. 29-51 church. Interment was made at th Storm Lake cemetery. CInb Is Entertained— Mrs. Roy Jensen entertained th bridge club at her home last wee Thursday. Present were Mesdames W. J. Cotton, Alfred Krueger, J. M. Blancftard, Ernest Jensen, Robert Dransfeldt, Glen Sharp, Otto Jensen, and Ralph Thompson, and Neva Thompson, Mrs. Forrest Christensen, of Ringsted, and Mrs. Mabel Shellito, of Ames. Mrs. W. J. Cotton won high score and Mrs. Glen Sharp cut prize. A H AT TH ATS A HAT At a Price That's a Pleasure T HE BEAUTY of this hat is more than skin deep. On your head or off—upside down or right side up here is a hat that will look good to you. $2.85 and $5.00 Win. C. Steele Algona'* Best Clothes Store Girl Born to W. H. Stickels— A 9%-lb. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stickel Sunday. This makes four children in the family, three boys and one girl. Mrs. Stickers sister, of Fort Dodge, is helping in the family. Srlmnl Is Started Monday— School startd Monday with all for- except the the superintendent, Mr. Hoon, and the third grade teacher, M|ss Hinderson. mer teachers present coach, Mr. Dunmire, Double-Header Won Sunday— Lone Rock played and won a double header Sunday. The. first game at Thompson went 4-3. Wander and Hancock, for Lone Rock, and Deim and Anderson for Thompson. In the evening game at Hampton the score was 9-7. Sims and Hancock, battery for Lone Rock. Both games were well played. Everybody is Interested In the 1931 Kossuth County Fair Because it represents the fruits of our several pursuits and occupations. While visiting this exhibition and discussing new ways and better methods by which we may profit, we feel the need of Food and Refreshments from time to time. The Algonquin is a quiet, comfortable place to enjoy a good lunch. Cooling Drinks. Fine Candies. Good Cigars. Your brand of Cigarettes. • 101 E. State Street. Algona, Iowa. We will be pleased toseej at our booth in Floral! q,t the county fair next! "Let Us Do lour Electrical Work," ] READ THE ADVANCE WANTJ Boy Born to Mr. and Mrs. liruns— A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruns last week Tuesday. This makes the third child, two boys and one girl. Other Titonka News. Marguerite Pannkuk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Pannkuk will leave Monday afternoon for Mason City to enter the Mercy hospital for a three years course in nurses training. Marguerite was a graduate of the Buffalo consolidated school last spring. Guido ant] Mercedes Sartor drove to Urbuna, O., last week Wednesday Sharps Visit I" Denver— G. A. Sharp and son Delbert, and Ollie Tyler and son Wayne, of Council Bluffs, left Saturday for Denver, Colo., to visit Mr. Tyler's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sharp went as far as Council Bluffs to remain with Mrs. Tyler during her husband's absence. . ^ « , lilaiichard's Visit at Gladbrook— Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard last week took their son Howard as far as Cedar Falls, where he went on to Brighton to teach for his fourth year there. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard went on to Gladbrook to visit relatives before returning home. morning to visit friends and relative:!. Guldo, who Is studying med icine, expects to attend the University of Iowa, and Mercedes will return to her work in Chicago. Mrs. E. O. Slack and son Neil and daughter Violet returned home Friday after a three weeks visit and vacation at Newton, 111,., with relatives and friends. They tell of many interesting things and sights they had seen. The Harry Danielsons, of Es^ther- ville, were guests at the Harry Beed home last week Wednesday afternoon. Helen Beed returned to Es- thervillq with them for a visit. She will return Sunday. Mrs. Pierre Sartor entertained her bridge club at luncheon last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. George Howe won first prize; Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, second, and Mrs. DeFriety, third. Emmett Ash, of Oral, S. D., called on friends here Thursday, en route to Decorah where he has a contract job for oil painting hangings in a high school auditorium near there. Hazel and Maye Budlong started Saturday for Hampton, where Hazel expects to teach school this year and Maye will go on to Waterloo where she works. The AVoman's club met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. R. C. Ball and Mrs. Herman Rachut at the latter's home. Lunch was served. Eleanor Foster, who has been visiting friends and relatives here for a week, returned to her home in Elizabeth, 111., Saturday eventing. Dr. Pierre Sartor returned from Flu!? Moves to Fenton— Fred Flaig, implement dealer, is moving his family and household goods to Fenton, where he had established an implement shop, ^.r- SEE YOUR NEAREST DEALER HE WILL GLADLY GIVE YOU A DEMONSTRATION ALGONA MOTOR SALES S. H. KLASSIE, Prop. ALGONA, IOWA . RENWICK AUTO CO.«™jjf, HE HAS THESE FINE-CAR FEATURES TO SHOW YOU p| P AY J UST AUTTLE MO RI T H A S!|||H.E LOWEST MOTOR CAR PRK S^ND GET PONTIAC - -.:';-' Chicago Thursday noon after tending the funeral of a niece. at- He also visited relatives and friends. Clarence Cooper and Lyle Schulty started for California Monday to find work and visit old Titonka friends now In California. The R. C. Balls returned last Wednesday evening from a month's visit in New York and the east. They drove Into Canada. Mr. William Denton accompanied by the Herb Winters started for the Pines, In northern Minnesota, one day last week. Mrs. John Fisher entertained her Larken club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Fisher won first and Mrs. Pierre Sartor second. The Legion team played baseball at Lekota's Sauerkraut day fiatur- 60-horsepower motor Force feed lubrication' Matched electroplated pistons Cross-flow radiator Rubber-cushioned >t 43 points Long whudbase Bodies by Fir her thoroughly insulated 4 shock absorbers Adjustable driver's seat W windshield Foot-controlled headlights Fender indicator lights Genuine mohair or whipcord upholstery 3 -spoke steering wheel One-piece fenders Narrow windshield posts Tailored splash apron Chrome screen Single-bar bumpers Sturdy five-bar frame Steel running boards Semi-drop base rims Large self-energizing brakes •§J comfdr Make it easier to write often Those who expect letters from young moderns about to leave for college should make writing a pleasure with a gift of an Eversharp Personal - Poink., Fountain Pen. Yougive the pen. The recip* ient can exchange the point. We invite you to see our complete stock of these PERSONAL-POINT pens with Eversharps to match. WAHI The only way to appreciate Pontiac fully is to drive it yourself. The car is built solidly and holds the road at all speeds. It is fast, steady, easy to handle, smart in appearance... Actually it costs very little more than the lowest-priced cars. Operating and upkeep costs are very low. The price, delivered to you, includes full factory equipment- bumpers, shock absorbers, 5 wire wheels, and spare tire, tube, and tire lock. Convenient G. M. A. C. terms if you care to purchase on time. PONTIAC SALES ARE RUNNING 16.3% AHEAD OF LAST YEAR DELIVERED EQUIPPED ' iA *• $793,50 SgSf.; : s4j*v; : i:;-\.'-:. : F, W. WEHLER & CO. Jewelers and Optometrists. 810, In Algona for the .2-door Sedan or Coupe — Illustrated at right. Sport Coupe, $833.64. . 4-<Joor Sedan er Convertible Coupe, $863.50. Custom Sedan, $903.50. ' :Vj^|^^£:i,/>': ^g^^ ^^ _ , JU ^,._ ^.,, A N D a f o N MAKING N f w CAl

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