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KOSSUTH cotmrr ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Base Ball AT ALOONA BALL PARK American Association All-Stars —VS.— Algona Grays FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 Game called at 3:30 after the World Series game is over. This is a good chance to see big league baseball. 1-ien Koenecke, outfielder of the All Stars, cost McGraw 560,000 and he will play for McGraw next year. Game Starts at 3:30. ADMISSION — 50c TO ALL SERVICE CLUB AT BANCROFT ELECTS BEVINE Bancroft, Sept, 29 — The Lions lub resumed regular meetings Tuesday evening of last week at the Bradley club rooms. The bl-month- y meetings had been discontinued during the summer months. At a business meeting officers and directors for the ensuing year were elected as follows: Dr. J. A. Devine, jresldent; G. D. Hart, vice president; G. W. Carmean, second vice president; Henry Delterlng, third dee president; A. H. Fuchs, secre- ary; L. F. Kennedy, treasurer; A. A.. Droessler, lion tamer; and Frank Recker, tail twister, W. A. Mur•ay and Arthur Welp were the new lirectors elected for a two-year erm, and R- E. Hutton and G. W. Carmean will retain their office as directors for another year. The •egular meeting nights are the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. In the past, the Lions have <ponsored many activities of bene it to the community. Which would vra rather buy >//////e Black Box" * ° r Guaranteed „ Battery Service Most batteries look much alike ... "a little black box". But is that all you are buying? Performance is the answer. Unless the service is dependable all year through, you lose. We are prepared to protect you . . . with every GLOBE quality battery we give you a positive, printed GUARANTEE. It specifies how many months of service the battery must deliver, or we make good. Any battery that will stand a GUARANTEE like this MUST BE GOOD. Ask us to show you. Elbert Garage South of Courthouse O»r regular battery inspection tares your time and money. "the Better BatJ Even Better. Lone Rock Freshmen Furnish Amusement at School Party Lone Rock* Sept. 29 — Lone Rock reshmen went through the ordeals initiation as outlined by sophomores Friday evening. The juniors nd seniors and members of the acuity were entertained at a party the evening, at which time the reshmen were put through many musing, antics. The guests were reated to a luncheon, and a special able with a special menu was ar- anged for the freshmen. A Bargain Pail Full for only 75 THIS INCLUDES: 1-10-qt. Galvanized Pail 4-Bars of P&G Soap 3—Cakes of Camay Soap 1—Package Ivory Snow 1-Large Pkg. Oxydol RAIN WATER Crystals . ^| E SUNBR1TE Cleanser 3 CANS s. o. s. Cleanser 2 "GS. 23c NO.W Brooms. . &*-39e FRS-NAPTHA Soap . 1O»"s55c Drano . . CAN 19 c WfEN-O-HANDY Wringer Mop e*-49c Gold cJ'ircam Pink Salmon 3 K0.1 Food Stores Inrold VVillielmi Is Married— Tuesday morning at St. Mary's Catholic church at Armstrong took jlace the marriage of Harold lelmi, of Bancroft, and Blanche inn, of Armstrong. The bride was attended by Adella Vaske, and Ger ald Wilhelmi attended Mr. Wilhelmi. Harold is the second son of Peter Wilhelmi, and since completing his iburse at St. John's school has been farming with his father west of town. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Henry Wiley, of Armstrong, and is well known here as her parents were former residents of this community. Shortly after the cere mony the newlyweds left for Henderson, N. C., where they will visit with a sister of the bridegroom. Their trip will include a tour of eastern states. Child Knocked Down by Car— Laverne, three-year-old son and Mrs. Vern Austin, was badly bruised Wednesday morning when lie was struck by a car driven by Albert Klein. The child wits cross ing the street, and in trying to avoid being struck by one car was hit by the Klein car. His arm was painfully bruised and one of his legs was broken. Mr. Klein is not blamed for the accident. Banns of .Matrimony Announced— Banns of matrimony were an nounced for the first time at St John's church for August W Lampe and Verna Long, both o: Lone Rock. wo Honored at Bridge Party— Ersel Blanchard and Mrs: Alf. Creuger were hostesses at a bridge iarty last week Tuesday evening at he latter's home in honor of Mrs. Ilinton La Bar, of Austin, Minn., nd Marietta Christenson. Present vere Mrs. Mariam Chipman, Hariett Fish, Mrs. Oscar Earing, 'lorcnce Householder. Mrs. Maram Chlpman, of Burt, received high core, and Marietta Christenson, ow. Forrest Rouses Have Son— Mrs. William Krause returned unday from Spencer, where she has been caring for a new grand"on who arrived at the Forrest *ouse home two weeks ago Sunday. Mrs. Rouse will be remembered as rieda Krause; who taught in the public schools here and at Fenton. YOUNG FOLKS ATBURTPLAN TWO RALLIES Hurt, Sept. 29—The north half of the Port Dodge Presbytery will hold a young people's rally in the Presbyterian church here Friday and Saturday, October 2 and 3. The rally will open with a banquet at 1 o'clock Friday evening and will close with a luncheon Saturday noon. About 20 towns are included in the group Which may send delegates to this rally. Excellent programs are scheduled for Friday evening and Saturday morning. There will be a young people's ally In the Lutheran church next unday. There will be special ser- ices morning, afternoon, and eve- Ing, and the Burt and Fairvllle ocleties will be hosts to seven other ocieties. Aboiith '250 young people re expected. A lunch will be serv- d at noon and also in the evening. '"acuity to Give Home Talent— There will be a faculty play at he school auditorium October 16. The title is, One Minute of Twelve, ind all the teachers, Mrs. Evelyn larlng, and Delmar Angus will take jart. Proceeds of the play are to je used to purchas a vlctrola to be used in the school. ivc Return from Fishing Trip- Alton Pettit and brothers Wood- •ow and Bernard, L. R. Roderick, and Otto Jensen returned home Sunday from a week's fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Calvin House- lolder worked in Alton's place for the county doing road work. Rally Day to He Held at Burt— A young people's Rally day at Burt will be held Friday and Saturday. Lone Rock, Burt, and Algona classes will entertain. Auxiliary (o Make Garments— The Auxiliary meets with Tena .Jensen (this week Wednesday M.O make garments for children of the World war veterans. Other Bancroft Jfews. Francis Lonergan and Mrs. G. W Carmean drove to Des Moines Frl day. Mrs. Carmean and her son Evans, who is attending college ir Des Moines, drove on to Leon, wher they spent the week-end with May me Baker, a sister o£ Mrs. Carmean Mr. Lonergan spent Saturday an Sunday with relatives in De Moines. .He is clerk in the Carmea store. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Mayer, Waterloo, accompanied by Mrs. E H. Brink and daughter Helen, spen Thursday and Friday with relative and friends here. Mr. Mayer is member of the firm of Mayer Guide, and for the past seven years has been looking after thel interests at Waterloo. Joe Eich and Edward Berens, c Joliet, 111., came Friday and visi ed till Tuesday at the Peter Krame and Peter Berens homes. Joe Eic is a brother of Mrs. Kramer and Ed wad Berens is the grandson of Ml and Mrs. Peter Berens. Nick Scholtes is repairing h residence in the east part of towi A number of years ago the hous was partially destroyed by fire an was never rebuilt. When con" pleted the Charles Scholtes will 01 cupy it. The Rev. Charles Ernst, assistan at St. John's church, conducted se vices at the Catholic church 'at S Benedict Sunday. Father Loeffe holz is enjoying a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. William Luck daughter Mildred and son Rober of Bellevue, visited over Sunday a the N. J. Schiltz home and wit other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Fangman of Alta, spent Sunday at the Mai- Dyer and Frank Fangman home Mr. Fangman operates a repair sho at Alta. Marian McGuire, employed at th postoffice, returned to her dutie Monday after spending three day with friends at Algona and Emmets burg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker, of Mason City, spent Sunday with Mr. Becker's mother, Mrs. Josephine Becker, and at the A. H. Foth home. Mrs. Angeline Haupert and children, of Algona, visited at the Frank Hatten, John Herbers and Otto Vaske homes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jacobsen enjoyed a visit from a brother of Mr. Jacobsen, Otto Jacobsen, of Winnebago, Minn. Mrs. William Drees and two children, of Sheldon, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Drees's father, An* drew Hellman. Harry Farrow and Art Paulson, of Lakota, returned Saturday from Sioux City where they had spent several days. Thursday afternoon the Missionary Association of Catholic Women met in the auditorium of St. John's church. Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Menke drove to Mason City Friday evening and attended a meeting of Ford dealers. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Droessler left Tuesday for St. Louis, where they will spend a week visiting relatives. Alice Grethan, who is employed in Dr. J. A. Devine's ofice, spent Sunday with her parents in Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens left Friday evening for Chicago, where they will spend this week. Bernard Hern, of Algona, spent Sunday at the Henry Rustemeler and Wilbur Fox homes. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs were guests Sunday at the Maurice Wicken home in Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Al Menke, of Fairmont, were visitors Sunday at the H. G. Menke home. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Potthoff were Sunday visitors in Estherville. Fpor Worm The worm turns all right, a Kentucky editor observes, but not until the voice on the back seat gives him orders to do so.--Capper's Lone RocU Loses to Hurt 5-1— The Lone Rock high school team lost to Burt on the latter's diamonc: 5-1, last week Tuesday. Other Lone Bock. Mr. and Mrs. George Hill and daughter and Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Jaqua and son, of Fairmont, spen Sunday at the Harry Rahn home Mr. and Mrs. William Leeper spen Sunday at the Roy Godden home near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blancharc drove to Rochester last week Thurs day to get \he latter's mother, Mrs L. whltehill, who has been taking treatments at St. Mary's hospital They returned Friday evening. Mr. Brown, who is employed a the P. M. Christensen farm, movec his -family into the rooms above thi place formerly used for a butche: shop, so his children will have bet ter chance to go to school. The Henry Wiener family return ed from Huron, S. D., last week They stopped at Pipestone, Minn, where they visited Mr. Wiener' brother. The brothers had not seen each other for 24 years, Marietta Christensen leaves foi Chicago the first of the week ti take a course in surgical work. Sin finished a nurse's training coursi at the Broadlawns hospital at De Moines recently. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig am Mr. and Mrs. Ed Underdahl, of La kota, attended a national black smith's convention at Dubuque las week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Davis, of Car roll, were Sunday guests at tin George Pettit home. The forme returned Monday and the latter wi! remain for an extended visit. Mrs. Fred Rarris, of Armstrong and Mrs. Jim Kelly, of Saskatche wan, Canada, visited at the Mrs. E M. Hawks home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rath, and th latter's mother, Mrs. I. F. Large, o Rock Valley, were guests Monday a the. John Rath home. Mrs. William Nellis and daughte Elaine arrived from Eden, N. Y Friday for an extended visit at th Chas. Bierle home. The McCabe show, a passing co ored troupe entertained a sma crowd in the Sharp Pavilion Satui day evening. C. H. Lingenfeldter returned Moi day from Manly. His grandson William Johnson, brought hin home. Delbert Sharp went to Dunla last Thursday and will be employe by a road construction company. A. D. Ulmers purchased a nei Chevrolet coupe from the Roderic Auto company. The Fred Genrich family wei guests Sunday at W. D. Hauck's a Livermore. Paul Rath, of Albert Lea, spen last week with his aunt, Mrs. Joh Rath. Glen Sharp will open the danc pavilion for skating Saturday eve nlng. The Otis Sanders family vislte relatives at Swea City Sunday. There will be a Rally day at th church a week from Sunday. Floy Jones spent the week-en with friends at Swea City. A number from here attended th Spencer fair last week. CANING CHAIRS IS PLANED FOR FIRSnmJECT LESSO Miss Elizabeth Morrell, Horn Furnishing Specialist of Iowa Stat college met with the H. D. A. Sep tember 18 and helped plan Lesso one of the Home Furnishing coursi This lesson is on caning of chair and Is interesting as well as pract: cal. The work requires time an patience, but is not difficult. Can the outside of rattan, a- palm, Is im ported from India, China, and som other countries. The -work Is fas cinatlng, ahd care- must toe used t follow each step correctly, but 1 goes along rapidly, even when •work is carried on. at odd times Cane may be left the natural colo Of stained. lift Young' Coupe Married— Paul Macauley, Burt buttermaker, nd Arlene Steward, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. H. A. Steward, Bancroft, ere married last week Wednesday t Menominee, Wis. The Rev. Wll- am R. Dlxon, pastor of the First ongregatlonal church, performed he ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Harwood Imith, Eau Claire, Wis., acted as ,'itnesses. The newlyweds are ex- ected home within a few days and vill make their home here. Rev. Clifton Is Returned — The Rev. J. E. Clifton returned Monday morning from the Methodist onference, which was in session at Istherville last week. The Rev. Mr. •lifton was returned to Burt xnother year. for • Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sewick, Ireon, spent the week-end at the H 3. A. Sewick home. Mrs. M. E Ulen, who has been here several veeks helping care for her father •eturned with them, and' from there vill go to her home at Julesburg Holo. Mr. Sewick, who has been 11 for a number of weeks, is some- iVhat improved. Mrs. F. L. Pratt and Mrs. A. N Jensen returned to their homes here ast week Wednesday after a few days absence in which Mrs. Pratt took her daughter to Rockford, 111. vhere she attends Rockford college Airs. Jensen visited relatives at Wat- rloo. The Rev. and Mrs. V. M. Elston of Griswolcl, visited from Wednesday :o Friday last week at the home of their son Lloyd. From here they went to Minneapolis and are 'expected back the latter part of this week to remain over the week-end A group of relatives and friend were entertained at the Aaron Tay lor home Sunday at a birthday din ner for Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs Frank Doege, of Algona. Mrs. : Anderson went Saturday and re mained till Sunday. The Jas., Armstrongs, of Liver more, and the Taylor Armstrongs of Des Moines, were Sunday visitor at Mrs. Josephine Sharp's. The James Armstrongs expect to mov in with Mrs. Sharp. Mrs. Arm strong is Mrs. Sharp's daughter. Geo. P. Hawcott returned Sunday after a five week's absence, durin] which he has been showing his Po land China, hogs at the neighboring county fairs. Mr. Hawcott has won a large number of premiums where even he has shown his hogs. John Murray returned Friday from Easton, Minn., where he ha< spent a couple of weeks with hii daughter. His granddaughter, Flor ence Nellis, returned with him fo: a visit here, Dr. W. T. Peters has rented hi garage building to A. W. Radeke, o Estherville. Mr. Radeke opened fo business Monday morning. The gar age was formerly occupied by th Gibbons Motor company, Mr. and Mrs. David Kemp am two children, of Sparta, Wis., visitec from Saturday to Sunday at the H W. Trainer home. Mrs. Trainer an baby returned to Sparta with them for a visit with her parents. Mi-, and Mrs. J, H. Graham an< the Misses Mattie Warner and Ev. Whitney went to Estherville Frida afternoon, where they attended th Methodist conference, returnln, home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wittmus who have been living at Fenton, ar now staying with Mrs. Wittmus' parents, the Jerry Neelands. • Mi Wittmus left Monday to visit rela tives in Wisconsin.. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Gray attend ed the toethodlst conference at Ks- thervltle S^rfday as fay delegate from the Burt church. "Mrs, i> B. Clifton went over with them *nd re< mained till Sunday. Thirty women attended the Mite society meeting- at the home of Mrs. Will Rlngsdorf last week Wednea- day afterhoon, 'Mrs, K. J. Smith and Mrs. "Charles Olson were assist' Ing hostesses. G. C. Glddlngs has 'been confined to his feed for the last week with a severe cold, and Mrs. Glddlngs has been carrying mall on rural route No. 1 during his Illness. The B. W; Brooke and C. B. Chlp- man families and Lulu HaWcott were among those who attended the Methodist conference at Estherville Sunday. Mrs. William Vogel and Mrs. Del- ert Vogel attended a shower given n honor of the latter at the Peteron home near Algona last Thursay afternoon. Willis Phelps was lay delegate rom the Doan church to the Metho- 1st conference last week. On Sun- ay Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Phelps also ttended. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and chll- iron, of Corwlth, spent a few days ast week with her parents, the Paul VTopres, while Mr. Schmidt was iway on a fishing trip. Mrs. George Wilson returned to ler home at Cedar Rapids last week Wednesday after spending a week vlth her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Paterson. D. L. McDonald has secured a po- Itlon with the Central States Elec- rlc Company of Cedar Rapids, and vill have northern Iowa for his ter- Itory. About 30 relatives surprised Mrs. j. H. Schenck last week Monday venlng by going to her home to lelp her celebrate her birthday. Mrs. W. E. Brace entertained the U and I circle at her home Friday .fternoon.' Mrs. Floyd Duncan was isslstant hostess. Mrs. C. L. Holding had a tumor •emoved last Thursday at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Dr. W. T. Peters performed the operation. Mrs. William and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf attended a miscellaneous shower given at the Doan church last week Tuesday for Carolyn Andrews. The Edward Thaves family moved from Lakota to Burt last week. They are occupying the former L. M. Owen house on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blelch and friends from Spring Valley, Minn., were week-end visitors at the W. E. Bleich home. Iva Trunkhill went to Rolfe last iveek Monday, where she Is working for a publishing company. Paul Kruger had his tonsils removed last Thursday. » FOUR CORNER CLUB PLANS« MEET Four Corners, Sept. 29—The M, and D. club met last Thursday with Mrs. Alta Lowhiah. Roll call was answered by rlddles ( a paper on Chicago was given by Hafcel Mitchell, and a poem was read by Mrs. Ever* ett Wltham. Because of rainy Weather and muddy roads only eight members %vere able to attend. LUnch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be October 8 with Mrs. J. P. Nlckerson. The opening song will• be'Dixie, and roll call will be answered by Styles of the Hour. A paper, Great pianists of the World, Is to be given by Evelyn Crulkshank. A musical program Is to be the main feature of this meeting. Mildred Robinson, Estella Seip, and Susie Witham form the committee, OTHER FOUR CORNERS. School children In Dlst. No. 7, the Arthur Crulkshank school, are enjoying new swings and teeter-boards which have been erected. A new front yard fence has been built for the school grounds. Mrs. Ed Genrich is teacher. The William Dray tons, Mr. and Mrs. John Sabln, Mr. and Mrs. Lpyd Potter and William Rich attended the Clay count* Thursday. ' tnlt Mat week TITONItlANS ATTEND P,T,HOUHD TABLE Titonka, gept, 29 — 'Five ttnm Titonka attended a round table conference of the' p>T, A, at Spirit Lake Friday, The morning session consisted of registration, clarinet quartet, invocation; Dr. Herbert Marsh, pastor Presbyterian church; welcome, Supt. . H/ lisley, 6f Spirit Lake; report of '• national 'con- vention, Mrs. coll. "»• P"T. A. in ^ Anna " ent education son, of Fo Problems t'ffe. ca session consisted of let; busines ap,. T Mrs. Max May?,., In attondnnne '•• Mesdames H. c Roy Budlong, Florence Rcyi as a delegate I,," Reynolds. M *« Kail, 1 latter, * Mrs., GLASS • Your broken door and windshield Bias* while you wait. . b ass Non-shatter windshield glass for Model A installed—— ____ ____ A JOE GREENBERG re Placed| Ford, PHONE 118 15 GARFIELD 4-H GIRLS COMPLETE ORGANIZATION Fifteen girls met with the H. D. A. during the afternoon and planned a Garfield 4-H club. Mrs. Bert Fuchsen was unanimously elected leader by the girls. All Garfield girls interested in joining the 4*-H club are invited to meet with Mildred Fuchsen, Saturday afternoon, October 10, to complete the organization. The girls project for 1932 will be first year Home Furnishings. PRESSING and Dry Cleaning your nicest things— exquisitely done. SPECIAL Any Plain Dress, $1.00. We do expert repairing and relining or altering and clean and press men's suits For $1.00 Send Your Curtains, Drapes, and Rugs to The Elk. Has your fur coat been cleaned and ready for cooler days? Phone 330, we deliver. ELK CLEANERS 22 Years in Algona DIS AM PE OL' MR. ROBIN AN ALUTHE OTHER LITTLE BI&DS PONE UP AN' 60NE SOUTH, YEA. AND I DONE 'WALL TALLIN' UP AT F5*NORTONtSON HOW PE&E H£AH Qlf ON DE JQBTBVIN TO PEOPLE: ft SLACK FO' (HONEST COAl^ You can neither keep warm or save money on slack and inferior eoal so why try the experiment when you can buy high quality coal from F, S, JSTOJVTON & SON at low prices, .Don't wait for the raise but phone 41- gona 229 at o4i?§-.for .delivery, l ANTHRACITE O BITUMINOU5 FIRE PREVEIUYION WEEK OCTOBER 4",.! Thoughtful people throughout the United States will again observe Fire Prevention Week, as suggested by the President in his annual proclamation. This year October 4th ushers it in. Commercial, : civic, social and other organizations will hold appropriate meetings. Millions of school children will take part. You can make a definite contribution to Fire Prevention Week by increasing your efforts to safeguard your own home and business. 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