Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 24, 1931
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PAOB BTGHT Announcing opening of Riteway Grocery SATURDAY, SEPT. 26 Coffee and Cookie Demonstration G-albraith building 1st door west of Swift's. ATTENTION FOLKS When in need of— WATKINS' PRODUCTS —•we shall be glad to serve you. Just a telephone call or a postal card and we will be at your service. We build our business on WATKINS quality products and SERVICE "WITH A SMILE." By the way, don't forget that Watkins Vanilla is the largest selling Vanilla in the world, and the only Vanilla bearing the GOOD HOUSEKEEPING INSTITUTE stamp of approval. FORMER ALGONIAN'S HUSBAND IS DEAD •Mr. and Mrs. B. P. son Max returned Wednesday from >r)iii«inouu>.^,- where they had attended % tlie'-fu'<r8r7n of Mrs. Klcharrtson's hroyjer-in- law, Prof. ,T. P. Klrby , . ,. . , . The professor's wife wnsfme'tarmei; Elizabeth Srhichtl, a former AlgoiAf**' 1 ''' 161 '*' bonus 1930 Comparison of Tax Levies (Continued from Page 1.) COMPARISON LEVIES General county levy 1930. "Gleneral county levy 1031 - Mills .23.5 ,:Dec-rouse for 1.931 .'(General state revenue 1930 . 1.21 .10. ian. Mr. Klrby died at St. Bernard's hospital in Chicago September**'!!. totals after an illness of hut three days. G-nernl state revenue Death was due to an at.Jfct* $> e ' «f-' 1(11erf! ' boiuis 1! ' 31 Professor Klrby was .prfSrasojg of law in DePaul university, ^t'lifcaitb. Funeral services were conducted at St. Mary's church in WllliamKburg. i S( . c , n ofu i Construction Option Decrease in state levy for 1031—2 mills. SECO>'I»AHY ROAI> LEVIES ,1030, $26,339.00 2.5 See his old home town, last week day at 9 o'clock and burial was made in St. Mary's cemetery. Professor Klrby was born on a farm near \Viliiam.sburg, where his parents were pioneers. He attended the University of Iowa and received three degrees from the mil- i verslty: Ph. B. 1902: 1..L.B. 1904:i ind A. M. 1906. In 1910 he married | Elizabeth Schichtl, and for a time the couple lived at AVilliamsburg, where he practiced law till after the World war, when he moved to Mar- | 'p ota i vertuct >ngo. where he practiced law with' in E. J. Sullivan. After leaving \tarengo he taught in the law col- ege of the university of Dotre Dame for three years find resigned to ac- Sec. .Hoad Maintenance Mandatory S:••(•• Road Maintenance Optional 79,016.00-1—— - 7 ' 5 21,071:00__2 i ~— f--—- 2.0 Total road levies 1930 in Townships — SECONDARY 110AD LEVIES 10S1 Hoad Maintenance Mandatory $77,972.00--. .12.0 4.5 Call MRS. MABEL JIENTZ Phone 041-W 018 S. Dodge " FOR THE CITY OP AIX3ONA H. .1. VANDE STEEG 414 N. Dodge Just Nortlnvest, of (lie Ilryant School FOR RURAL, SALES CORNER GROCERY AND MARKET Friday and Saturday Specials Comb Honey 8t Pearl Tapioca 8c Corn, No. 2 can 8c Tomatoes, No. 2 can 8c P and G Soap 3 bars 8c JRahiwader Crystals 8c Bub-No-Moro 2 for 8c Binso 8c •White King Soap Powd. 8c Dill Pickles small bottle 8c Sweet Pickles small bottle 8c tti'rtuctkin Township road levies • TOTAL STATE A>'I> COUNTY TAXES FOK.1930' AN1> Total State and County taxes for 1930 —-,—~—— "*°t*' n il nn Total State and County taxes for 1931 _~_I _'___—— 450,088.00 . m] .... 92,209.00 Total taxes levied b >"BoTri"of Supervisors of K°^«^^_ U .^o 9i719 . 00 343,055.00 cept the position at De Paul university. He is survived by Mrs. Klrby and son Maurice. GANGSTERS id ARMED CAR VISIT VENTURA Four men in a car, with shotguns ind a machine gun In plain sight, stopped at Ventura a week ago Frilay evening and got away without being molested. The Garner Leader says the men drove into Ventura at : o'clock and stopped in front of the Harry Thompson garage. People vere attracted to the car toy its evidently expensive make, and the number of spotlights and other accessories. It was an Auburn eight coupe -bearing a Polk county license. Among the accessories was a machine gun mounted on the dash, according to one observer. Two men n the front seat held sa.wcd-off shotguns, while the two in the rumble seat got out. bought four bottles of pop and some cigarets. The pair raced back to the car after getting the pop and cigarets without waiting for change, and the car roared away ea.st. It is believed that the quartet are the robbers who held up a bank at Slbley. 14 1931- % 66,664.00 . Mills Total reduction made by Supervisors Sept. 1931-Total millage reduction by County and State in , ? 71 Total millage reduction-by County and State In r °^ ns ^ B -"— Percentage of reduction in property In Cities and f™™_**__ C ™^_ ^ % Perc^nLle^f ~^M*~™~T^«V~to~i^M& by County and State Four Corners HAMItURGEll POBK SAUSAGE 8PABE 1UHS BOLOGNA LAUD 2 LB, 2SG Highest Market Price for Eggs. Tour Patronage Is Appreciated. H.1SORENSEN&GO. Phone }39. We Deliver , D on n ran n np n pin The Pour Corner Mothers and Daughters club wil meet this Thurs day with Mrs. Alta Lowman. The opening song will be Old Black Joe and roll call will be answered by riddles. A paper on Chicago is to be given by Hazel Mitchell, and a poem on autumn by Mrs. Ellen Bjustrom. Music is to be furnished by the hostess. Irene' Witham and Ruth Robinson entered the Algona high school week ago Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer, Ed mund Lai-sen, Irene Walker, Or ville Holdren, and Hazel Mitchel spent Sunday at the Etna Mitchell's •me following schedule shows amount of tax reduction on various ,-eages and property valuations as affected by recent state and county nillage reduction in 1931. Vcreage 0 acres 0 acres 20 acres GO acres 'roperty Valuation— Av. Assessed Value $2,320 4,644 6,968 9,262 2,000 3,000 4,000 Taxable Value $580 1,161 1,742 2,323 500 T50 1,000 Amount'of Reduction $4.47 8,95 13.43 17.91 1.61 2.41 3.21 <V further reduction in taxes may 'be given providing school districts mve reduced their levies. The majority of school districts have complied vith the Elliott 5% reduction law. All cities and towns must reduce their levies 5% ; Above statement compiled by County Auditor, Kossuth county, Iowa, ptember 16, 1931. ' . FIRST LUTHERAN, C. E. Olsson, pastor—The Home Circle will meet Friday at S at Luther hall. Mrs. Victor Johnson and Mrs. H. Norman will be hostesses. This will toe a joint meeting of the Circle, the Women's Missionary Society, and the Dorcas society. And let us have a very good attendance The Atin Murtafh, Well Petcrsort Ann Margaret Murtngh and Ensign Mell Andrew Peterson were married last Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.. B. Murtagh. The Rev. A. English performed the ceremony In the presence of the Immediate families, and Knthryn Misbach and John Haggard. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Murtagh home. The bride Is a graduate of the Algona high school and the state university at Iowa City. At Iowa City she was affiliated with the Kappa Kappa Gamma social sorority and served as its president in her senior year. After graduation from the university she taught one yeai- at Woodbine. Ensign Peterson Is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson. He Is also a graduate of the Algona' high school and a graduate of the United States naval academy at winning high . Elbert reoelvlnf •C6n Annapolis, Md. He is now ensign , Llchty, prize, , Aftei^ bridge were served. ', "-' •.•, u The Helping Hand society Of ' Presbyterian chUrch V»l rn«>t' Mrs, ,T. R. Mnwdaly next >week f hursdoy. Mrs.' Prank Gelgol and Mrs. Clarence Shllts are assisting hostesses. The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with -Mrs; Kills '•' McWhorter tomorrow at 4:15. Lesson' subjects are sayings of Frances Willardj and what is best llkod In Young Crusader. The Alpha Dolphlans \Vlll meet next week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. D. D. Paxson. The program will consist of a review of short plays by Mrs. A. E^ Michel. The Baptist Loyal class will meet Thursday afternoon with .Mrs. ,T. Helgens. Mrs. H. N. Kruse and Mrs. .Moulds will assist. The Woman's club meeting scheduled for tomorrow has been poned till some future date* The St. Thomas Guild will meet next week Thursday, with Mra,.Marjje on the U. S. S. New York, at pres ent in dry dock at Bremerton, Wash. After the wedding breakfast the couple went to Minneapolis for a few days visit before going to Bremerton, Wash. They will be permanently located at Long Beach, Calif., after a few weeks. Evening Club Party Tuesday — The last afternoon woman's bridge party at the Country club clubhouse was held Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. W- C- Dewel, Mrs. F. C. Scan-. Ian Mrs. D. H. Goeders, and Mrs. M. J. Pool hostesses. Bridge was played at nine tables with Mrs. H. M. Hauberg and Mrs. Joe. Greenberg winning high scores After bridge refreshments were served. The next evening party fe scheduled for Tuesday night with the following committee in charge: Messrs. and Mesdames Joel Herbst, W. A. Lorenz, M. H. Falkenhainer, W. A. Foster, and L. F. Rlce.Ed Hblecek, and Catherine Doran. Covered Dlsli Luncheon Planned — The Methodist Aid will open th-e- year's work, with a covered dish luncheon at the church next weelc Thursday at 1:16. Each attendant is to bring a covered dish, and' sandwiches and coffee will be furnished by the committee. Church dishes and silver will be used. The monthly business meeting and program will follow at 2:30. The new- president, Mrs. Oscar Anderson, anxious to meet all the women S. C. E., 6:15, that we may make preparations for young people's rally Sermon theme, How Near the th{j church at thla time New comers Kingdom? A welcome to all. are urged to come and get acquainted. •ST. THOMAS—Sunday school at 10:00; rnorning prayer and sermon at 11. THREE MEN BY MONOXIDE FUMES When making repairs on the Rut' land dam Saturday three men were overcome by carbon monoxide but managed to escape to open air, whore they were revived. The Hum' boldt Republican reports the accident as follows: The gang had been called from Webster City to repair a flume in the dam and were putting In ment. To do It they were employ; Ing a kerosene engine to pump water and give them an air supply. At noon they quit pumping and during the dinner hour the water raised, shutting off the oxygen supply. The men returned to the job in the afternoon and not ' noticing what had happened, they started work. Shortly one of the men fell . on his knees. ' The other two saw hltn fall and succeeded In dragging him out of the basement. By the time they got out in the air .the man was unconscious and the. resque.rs fell to the ground also. Time to and Wm.C.Steele's is the place "iwimmi// i Had •AT PRICES THAT SVON'T HE FELT Here's another one of our typical hat val I ues. Bigger and better than ever. Colors I and shapes that'are extremely popular right now. .They are,all. fresh new Pall hats and real .$5,00 values in this special group. Don't Miss This Opportunity. Special FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY $5.00 VALUES FOR $ South Cresco Nebraska Visitor Honored— Mrs. F. F. Barker entertained In honor of her sister-in-law, Ada Barker, of Lincoln, Neb., Tuesday. A two-course luncheon was served at one o'clock at two large tables Algona Markets Junior Mission Band will meet on Saturday at 2:30 at Luther hall. Mrs. Ben Bakken, hostess . . . Sunday school, 10; Morning worship, 10:45; Rev. G. L. Dagner, of Spencer, will conduct the service . . . The Dorcas society plans to ship a car of paper September 29 or 30. Prices are very low, so we are very anxious to get a full carload, in order that we may have something for our work. Therefore, ,any donations if magazines or paper we are thank- ul for. Call Mrs. D. D. Monlux or Irs. G. D. Brundage, if you have —are the most precious possessions of the human race. Efficient eyesight is the most necessary factor in modern life. Defective eyes should be corrected: with • glasses, not only for present comfort and efficiency, but also that they may foe healthy and normal in the years to come. As regards eyes and eyeglasses, the very -best in service we give. Our< refractionist must know and give the best possible examination in every case. We fit you with the frames tha,t are best suited to the face. The finest Ful Vue frames In white gold or pink at f Ij.EiO, frames only. IF.W.WEHLER&OO. Jeweler—OptometrUt I Phone 240. Algona, Iowa. By Wither J. and Alice Payne. At Close of Business Sept, 22. LIVESTOCK Hogs. B. std. V-ghts, 200-2CO Ibs $5.10 hvy. butchei-s, 260-300 $4.70 pme. hvy. butch., 300-350 ..$4.00 B. pckg. sows 300-350 $3.85 B. heavy sows, 350-400 $3.50 Big hvy. sows, 450-500 $3.00-3.'50 Cattle. dinners and cutters $1.00-2.00 Fat cows '. S2.-50-3.50 Veal calves $5.00-7.00 Bulls $2.25-3.00 Yearlings $4.00-5.00 Fat Steers $6.00-7.50 GRAINS No. 2 yellow corn 33c No. 3 corn 32c No. 3 white oats 16%c Barley, No. 8 special 50c PRODUCE Eggs, straight run 13i Graded, No. 1 16i Graded, No. 2 9' Cash cream 26 POULTRY Hens, over 4 Ibs 17 Hens under 4 Ibs. and leghorns..ttl Springs, over 4 Ibs 16 Springs, 3 and 4 Ibs 14< Springs under 3 Ibs Leghorn Springs HIDES Calf and cow, Ib Horse $1.75-1.0 Colt Hides, each 50 ny papers to give away. We will all for them. ' BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hueser, pas- or—If you like a sermon that de icts life of love, -hate, strength; veakness, loyalty, deceitfulness, and evenge, then come out Sunday light at 8 and hear the sermon on he Painted Face. Since there have jeen so many boys and girls in the vening services the pastor is also ,'oing to have a special five minute ermon for them. Yes, this will be x service for the entire amily. While writing these notes, word came that Miss Ruth E. Finwall district Americanization missionary, will lie with us Sunday morning. Ihe will speak at the 11 service. We shall be especially interested in this work since it will be new to most of us. . . Sunday school at 10. . . B. Y. P. U. at 7. Every person counts for something in every service Why not help with your presence? EV. LUTHERAN—P. J. Braner, Pastor—Sunday school, 9:30. German service, 10. Beginning October 1 all forenoon services will start at Mrs. Andrew Funk spent last week with her mother, Mrs. Hackbarth, of Lotts Creek,, who is ill with intestinal flu and heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown spent Sunday afternoon with relatives near Burt, and Mr .and Mrs. Victor Applegate, of Corwlth, spent the day with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potter. The latter Is slowly recovering from her recent operation, and was able to ride Sunday. 'Mrs. Laurence Olson went to Fort Dodge last Thursday, visiting her parents till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst and sons Ralph and Charles drove to Ames Sunday and Charles' is again a student at the state college. centered flowers. with bouquets of garden After luncheon bridge | WANT ADS I * _—* FOR RENT—THREE unfurnished rooms.—213 S. Thorington. ' Sp2 FOR RENT —SLEEPING ROOM; also garage.—302-E. Grove. 9p2 FOR SALE—GOOD OAK BUTTEiR- milk barrels. 50c each.—Swift & Gbi. 12u2-3 FOR RENT—A GOOD- BUSINESS was played with Mrs. M. J. Streit winning high score. Miss Barker was given a guest prize. Mrs. D. D. Paxson is entertaining at a bridge luncheon in honor of Miss Barker this noon Lutheran Y. P. S. Meets— The Trinity Lutheran Y. P. S. held their monthly meeting last week Tuesday, and two new members were taken in. After Bible study a farewell was extended 'by the Rev. P. J. Braner in behalf of Ella Boettcher, a faithful worker of the T. P. S. and the Sunday school. After this the business meeting and' social hour were held, games played and refreshments served. The next space on main street, heat ntshed.—W. J. Sigsbee. fur- 14u2 FOR RENT—MODERN FURNISH- ed 3-room apartment for housekeeping.—Phone 4S8-W. light Ilp2 MIDDLE - AGED MAN WANTS work on farm, experienced. Reasonable wages.—Call Advance. 13p2 LOST—BETWEEN BANCROFT and Swea City, hand-made lace edgec napkins.—Mrs. Dennis Goeders, Algona. 14p Ten members and one guest, Mrs. meetlng wm t, e held October 6. Bosworth, of La Jaunta, Colo., en- 10:30 The Aid will meet next week Thursday with Mrs. Henry Johannsen at the home of Mrs. Henry Wegener, 409 N. Jones st. . . . The Y. P. S. meets October 6 at the church and school . . . The quarterly business meeting of voting joyed a meeting of the Mothers and Daughters club last Thursday at Mrs. Charles Reaper's. America was sung to open the program, and roll call, answered with chosen subjects, followed. The question for the next meeting is why is a pastor called reverend? A lengthy business meeting and discussion of plans followed. On October 1 the club meets with Mrs. Fred Zeigler, Algona, with Mrs. O. S. Moore in charge of musical program. The Federation meeting is October 6 at the Country club house. The Aid me/t at the church Friday and rainy weather cuf attendance. New officers elected are Mrs. F. Li, Miller, president; Mrs. Will Runchey, vice president; Mrs. A. J3. Clayton, secretary and treasurer, and Mrs. B. F. Sparks, assistant. The next meeting will be October 7. Josephine Erickson is a freshman in Algona high, and Gail Potter was absent the first of the week because of illness. E. C. Potter and Alvin went to Des Moines' the first of the week to bring Mrs. Potter home, but had their car rammed by another, so was laid up for repairs, Elmer's uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Dare McDonald, brought them home, returning two Coming Wedding Is Announced'— First announcement was made- last Sunday by the Rev. P. J. Braner of the wedding of Elma Schroeder, of Algona, to Bernhardt J. S'or- ensen, of Walnut, which will take place at the Trinity Ev. Luth. church next week Wednesday at high noon. The ceremony is- pvrbtie. Auxiliary to Name Officers— The Legion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow night at 8 at the Legion hall. There will be an election of officers. Mrs. Frank Green's division will have charge of a social hour. FOR SALE — 2 NEW MAJESTIC . ranges, 2 circulating heaters, some other hardware articles at a bar- gaift, closing out.—W. J. Slgabee. 21u2 WE WISH TO SINCERELY thank our many kind friends for flora offerings and sympathy and kind aid given us during the sickness and death of our husband and father.— Mrs. John Huff and children. ' 3.85 , C. Slee ALG(MSA*S BEST CLOTHES STORE White's GROCERY WEEK-END SPECIALS Lard, pure, » Ibs. Fig Bars, fresh, 2 Ibs. _——-— Pork and Beans, S cans _. Palm Olive Soap, 3 for White Beansy 5 IDS. _^____J. Potatoes, extra good, bushel Picnic Ham* per Ib. .; |lllllllllllllllllllilll!IIIH 1 BUY! YOUR FURl members will take place from Sunday. a week PRESBYTEIUAN, J. E. Coleman, pastor — Morning, a mighty fine thing to make the church service your first concern. Sermon subject, God's Acid Test . . . Evening, Y. P. days later. F. L. Miller was part of the week. sick the fore Other Society News The Plum Creek Social and Literary society met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Alta Hoover. Mrs. Verna Green was assistant hostess. The program consisted of a paper by Mrs. Hugh Raney on, "Our American Humorist." The next meeting will be held October 7 at Mrs. B, E. McCorkle's. The program will be a one-act play. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg entertained their bridge club at dinner Sunday night- at the Country club clubhouse. High bridge scores were won by Mrs. R. H. Miller and J. S. Auner. Mrs. R. H. Spencer was a guest of the club. Mrs. Anna 1 March entertained her 'bridge club Friday night at two MARKET DAY SALE SALE BABN Saturday, September 26 Consisting of livestock and household goods, 6 Chester White Spring boars. These boars are high and long and eligible to register. All vaccinated.— B. A. TAYLOR, owner. PROPERTY AT AUCTION, WEDNESDAY, SEPT, 80 6-room house and acreage at auction, lights and water, sewer at street, 2 acres of land, plum trees, barn 24x24, good hen house 12x24 with good foundation, small building 16x24- Located 3 blocks east and one block south of Northwestern tracks on McGregor. Terms—part cash, and one to five years on balance. —ED. KUHN, Owner. C. 0. RIDDLE, Auctioneer. Suggestions from— The "Dependon" Grocery If nearly all your glass jars are filled with good fruits and vegetables do not hesitate to BUY SOME MORE AH kinds are here at regluar market prices — and some lower — and why shouldn't they be? Choice hand picked beans -_ ----- .__ ___ 4 Ibs, for 25c Fancy rice _ ........ -^ ..... ---- __ ---- 4 Ibs, for 25c Nice Crisp Celery, Fancy Red Onions, and, Sweet Potatoes are good every day— PHONES JO «Where Service and Quality Meet" • -- Fpr 25 years this store ha* been t|r« for dependable, high grade fun. !jj years we have told fur coati at "city" prices. This year fun are much lower in p«<* styles are more alluring than ever the year to buy a fur coat. Early cate that women are going to buy this Fall, We carry a large and comprehend of fine high-grade* dependable f# prices which will iurprise ypw* Buy where you get fur §ervM* I»jMMrt **nf idence, which yimr fur coat at ChmchiUe* j r , f

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