Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1931 · Page 2
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PAOB TWO F, B, OFFICERS ELECTED FOR LEDYARD TWP, TOtmsDAY Burning Tire is Kipped from Truck at Sexton to Save Load Sexton, Oct. 13—A truck belonging to a Mr. Mudson, of Storm Lake, broke down near'Mrs; Amy Smith's Friday, October 10. CIXJWN! She had si wink and a way with Sier. Tho screen's most delicious tom- iboy! SALLY O'SEILL ¥ RANK ALBEIITSON in "The Brat" It's for the family. A liowory mad-cap smashes some 3*ark avenue high-hats. Third Big Football Epic Plays of 27 Big Teams of 1930 Saturday. Special, October 17 It's really worth driving 40 milefe to see! One oC the six best'pictures shown an Chicago this Fall says May Ti Tiee. JEDMUND LOWE LOIS MOHAN GKETTA 1SISSEN in "Trans Atlantic" Kovel thrill drama. . Exciting days and glamorous, • nights. FUwiting 'pala.ce of spendthrifts. Police on both sides of the ocean wanted him—so did a lot of pretty women. Tuesday-Wednesday, Oct. 20 and 31 Matinee Tuesday 2:30—prices 10-30c 4 MARX BROTHERS -IN — "Monkey Business" A carload of laughs. One of the outstanding productions of this season. Thursday and Friday, Oct. 22 and 2« LEON JARNEY in Penrotl and Sain Booth Tarkington's masterpiece. Saturday, October 24. 1 and 3 o'clock matinees. THOS. MEIGHAN in "Skyline" Sunday and Monday, Oct. 18 and 1!) 1-3 o'clock matinees, 10-35c. "You Can't Love a Married Man! Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday October 25-26-27 Sunday matinee prices,. 10-35c. Monday-Tuesday Matinees, 10-30c. Three matinees will be necessary. This one outwhoops "Whoopee!" GET READY FOR A LAUGH RIDE! Let this Paul Revere of Revolutionary fame take you galloping thru bevies of beauties .... Tons of buns ... and gales of guffaws! It's more than magnificent —it's marvelous! Ledyard, Oct. 13—The general Farm Bureau meeting was held in the schoolhouse across the road from L. A. Nitz's Friday evening. Officers for the coming year were elected: President, J. H. Holcomb; vice president, L. A. Nitz; secretary and treasurer, Jerry Heltland. Agent Morrison gave a talk on Agriculture, and H. D. A. Muriel Body told of some of the projects Kossuth county women are carrying on. The Rev. Mr. Frerking gave a.short talk and there was community singing. Children Help Observe Birthday- Evelyn Anderson, of Chicago, came home Saturday on an excursion to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, of Seneca, came and Sunday all motored to Mrs. George Jacobson's at Matawan, Minn., where they were met by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson and daughter, o£ Clarksvllle! Together they all helped Mr. Anderson celebrate his 70th birthday. S. S. Hoard Names Teachers— The Sunday school board met last Thursday at the Methodist church. The following teachers were elected. Pre-school children, Alice Mayne, first primary class, Mrs. Ralph Olson, second primary class, Mrs. Virgil Barrett, Intermediate, Barbara Wylam, junior, Violet Plngel, young people, Mrs. Lauritzen, Bible class, Mrs. Thompson. Saturday afternoon. One wheel caught fire, and it was necessary to cut away a tire to keep the car from catching fire. . The truck was loaded with apples and , potatoes from Cedar Falls, which Mr. Madson was trucking to Storm Lake. Mr. Matlson returned for the truck Monday. Sexton Station Changes Hands— C. E. Sweet, who has been running an oil station and, lunch room on the corner of the block west ol! the Wise Bros, store has 'sold his business to E. G. Burroughs, of Mason City. The deal was completed Ias1 week Tuesday, and Mr. Burroughs took possession at once. N. 1>. Minister hi Sextoii Visit— The Rev. and Mrs/ Louis Harris of Almont, N. D., were guests a1 the John Harris home last • weel' Wednesday. Mr. Harris 1s pastor o the Presbyterian church of Almont and two sons are also ministers The Harris family had been in HI (nols visiting relatives. Aid to Hold Bazaar, Supper— The Aid will hold its annua chicken supper and bazaar this weev Thursday evening at the Sexto hall. Serving will begin at '5:30 an continue till all are served. Price are adults 35, and children 20. Afte supper the usual sale of*fancy wor' will be held. Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs: Melvln Olsen and Ardeno were Sunday guests at Harry Secley's, near Irvlngton. In he afternoon, all went to Brltt to Isit'Mrs. Olson's parents, Mr. ana Mrs. M, E. Hoover. Mr.'and Mrs. John Miller and chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Srttltl ind baby Dorma Jean, and Mr. anc Mrs, Oscar Hammond, of Wesley spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Amy Smith. Mary Harris, telephone operator at Algona, is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sweet and children spent the week-end with Mrs. Sweet's sister at Lohrvllle, A Mr. Taylor, from near Des Moines, has rented the farm now occupied by John McMahon. Little James Lloyd Wise is spending the week-end with his aunt, Mrs. Arch Berger, near Hurt. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and son Charles Edward, spent Sunday at AVcbster City. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steven, and children, Algona, spent Sunday with the Charles Amans. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sweet spent Monday near Fort Dodge on business. A number from here attended a CORN PICKING IS DELAYED BY RAIN AT STJENEOICT St. BeitKllct, Oct. 13—Many farmers are starting or have planned on picking corn, but have been delayed by rain that made the fields too wet, Much of the corn Is quite poor Jn quality with small ears, and then other fields have a better stand. It Is thought that there will be lota of hand-picking done this fall, for Its cheaper than to run a machine. Corn pickers are only getting at the very most from 2% to 3 cents a bushel. Farmers, however, are generally thankful that corn Is as good as It Is, when compared to other parts of the country. Hoy Horn (o too Shulcrg— Mr. and Mrs. Leo Studer are parents of a boy, who arrived one day last week. This makes two children for the Studers. Mrs. Studer was $3000 • We sold $3,000.00 worth of shoos ami f,,. , last AVcek and want to sell $8,000.00 more , lnss By hmking a still deeper cut in prlc™, i u n o" Wock ' do It. . . ' We C! >n SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1? • ' !Uly dance at Wesley last Thursday. Genevieve Arndorfer spent week-end at George Olsen's the Pearl Steven, teacher at spent the week-end at home. Rudd, Fenton, Oct. 13 .„ _ to-\ What happens when a woman ; her heart to a married man! Eight Attend Skinner Services— Geogre Moulton, son Frank, Mrs. L. W. Weimer, Mrs. Jenks, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne, and Mr. and 'Mrs. Leon Worden attended the funeral of E. J. Skinner at Algona last week Wednesday. The late Mr. Skinner ran a hardware store here many years ago, and was well known here. Quilt Display Draws Crowd—The quilt display tea given by the cident at J 'Methodist Aid was successful. Be- home that tween 40 and 50 quilts were on dis- Moines to play. A baby dress worn by three generations of AVelfares, and imported from England, were shown. Ladies from Swea City and Lakota attended the tea, which netter $16. Olrl Hit liy Ttat; >'t>se Hroken— Irene Wirtjes, young daughter of the John Wirtjes, of near Lakota, had the misfortune to be hit by a baseball bat Friday noon at school and had her nose broken. She was taken home and from there to Dr. Russ' at Rake, where the nose bone was set. Junior league Elects Officers— The Methodist Junior League, organized recently, is gaining. Officers were elected Sunday. Henrietta O'Keefe is president; Alvira Halvorson, vice president; Evelyn Mayne, secretary; Edith Logan, treasurer. They plan to organize a junior choir FENTON WOMEN ARE INJURED IN CAR CRASH E. 'A. Huskamp and his brother Herman left late Saturday night for Des Moines upon receiving a message that Mrs. Huskamp and daughter Virginia, were injured in an automobile accident at Ankeny. They had left afternoon for Des visit the Huskamps' daughter, Mrs. Wesley Witter. The accident happened when Virginia, who was driving was forced to take the ditch or be hit by an approaching truck. She chose the ditch. Mrs. Huskamp had one leg broken above the knee and Virginia received minor cuts and bruises. Both are in a hospital at Des Moines. Entertain at Two Parties— Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers entertained in honor of Mr. Reimer's birthday Saturday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sherl- den, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Welt, and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Breuer, of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Austin, of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Corn Picker Rips Fingers at Lone Rock Lone Rock, Oct. 13—Hildrette Pettit suffered a painful injury to his left hand last week Thursday when he caught two fingers of his hand in a corn picker, tearing the flesh and nails badly. formerly Ermlna Stuffllck. Mrs. Victoria Anidorfer Is Home- Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer arrived home last Friday from Watertown, Wig., where she had been visiting relatives since late In' the summer. Other St. Benedict. Mrs. Julian Arndorfer and daughter Mary Helen, accompanied by the former's sister, Florence Cobeen, returned home after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Cobeen, of Manly. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arndorfer and Marie and Philip, accompanied by Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer, were Sunday guests of the Ed Arndorfer family, of Corwlth. Melzar Gerlemann, of New Hampton, is spending a visit here wfth friends. Melzar and his father formerly lived here, moving away last spring. Mr. and Mrs. Emll F. Arndorfer, accompanied by Mrs. Mary Simons, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the A. B. Venteicher home north of Sexton. Thirteen-hour adoration will be observed lit the Catholic church here Sunday. wJll be our last clay In the old stand ami wo to sell shoes and slippers at your own p|.[" cc . moving them, We will move to our new lin me ° the street Monday, October 10. Friday and Saturday,' October 10 and 17 be your opportunity to save money < m Kn ' 0(1 sl , , ' shoes, hosiery, underwear, shirts, pantu, ',^ n . ri1 leather coats, sweater Jackets, overcoats un'il MP?', ,' of .furnishings. ' ul ki * ' This Is the last week of Neville's Removal si We are anxious to sell all we can and u> ( | 0 so'we ' making prices .cheaper from day to day. \Vo cim m"' 0 the cash-easier than the goods and nrt> willing to m J* prices that will clean the shelves. Your doiim- W |ii i , more than usual at Neville's this week. >UJ With every pair, of'Ladles' Slippers sold this Vrldnv Saturday you get a present absolutely FIIEE Jt „• the GRAB HAG. s 1U 0[ The grab bag will contain variou.s articles—mut-' tiers, hose, neckties, gloves, sweaters, felt slippers and all kinds of odds and ends. In fact it will contain 'everything from a $1 bill to a lOc handkerchief, it W ||i be lots of fun whether you get a good present or a cheap one. Every package, contains something ana you ge t a package free with each pair of slippers you buy. Neville's Shoe Store ALGONA, IOWA PA1.MY D4Y/ S sai^& T o&B r The outstanding laugh show pf 1931-32. CHANGE OP LOCATION HUTCH1NS' INSURANCE SERVICE has moved to No. 409 E. North St., Algona, Iowa Near State Highway No. 169, just 2 blocks north of Algona Co-Operative Creamery LOOK FOB OUK SIGN High Class Mutual Insurance of all Kinds Best of Protection at Less Cost It will pay you to talk over your needs with us whenever in need of any kind of insurance. We write the following: Life, Health and Accident, Automobile, Fire, Lightning and Windstorm and Hail. Federal Land Bank Loans If we can't supply you we'll tell you who can. At Your Service. H. D. Hutching Telephone 205 MUTUAL INSUBANCE OF ALL KINDS COSTS POLJCYHOLDERS LESS OFTEN PAYS MORE. BroUier-ln-liinv Sliot In leg— Mrs. Ed Campbell received word Sunday morning that her brother- in-law, Clarence Montgomery, who is marshal at Forest City, had been shot early that morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell went over Sunday to see him. Other Ledyard News. The George Thompson family and Mrs. Thompson's ' father, W. B. Mason, of Lu Verne, went to Storm Lake Sunday, where Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thompson, of Sioux City, met them to spend the day. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn and son Laurence went to Des Moinea last week Monday, and returned Friday. Mrs. Le Coeur and granddaughter Dorothy accompanied them to visit her two daughters. I Mr, and Mrs. Leon Worden, son Harvey, accompanied by Leon's sis[ ter Lois, of Granada, Minn., left i Friday for a visit at Dows, Cedar Falls, and Oxford. They returned Monday. Muriel Reece, who has been with her aunt in Des Moines and attend-; ing school there, 'returned to her home here last week Monday with Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and son Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett called at the B. H. Lockes at Grant Saturday evening. Mrs. Locke, who suffered a broken collar bone a week ago Sunday, is getting along nicely. President Hamilton, of the -business college at Mason City, gave an interesting talk on character and citizenship to the high school students last Thursday afternoon. "Bill" Gary and A. E. Lauritzen went to Elmore Friday to watch a football game. From there A. B. Lauritzen and George Moulton went to Rapidan fishing. I Mr. and Mrs. Clifton -Engelby and son drove to Omaha Saturday, taking home Mrs. Engelby's sister, Mildred Adams, who has been visiting here two weeks. Mildred and Harold Granner spent the week-end at Paton with their parents. Adelaide Randall visited her parents at Mason City over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Welfare, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and , . Reimers, of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, and A. H. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Reimers also entertained at cards last week Thursday evening. Guests \vei«e Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Boettcher, of Burtj Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reimers, of Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. F. H: Bohn, Mr. and Mrs. George Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher. Standard Bearers Name Officers— The Standard Bearer girls met at the home of their counsellor, Mrs. E. A. Wol'.'bi od, last week Monday evening with ~:t members present. Officers were elected as follows: president, Nettie Weisbrod; vice president, Margaret Stephenson; secretary, Beatrice Kramer; treasurer, Lilas Boevers. A program was presented in three parts: The African Bush, Ardis Voight and Barbara Randall; A Village Home in China, Lily Rasmussen and Nettie Weisbrod; A Christian School in India, Lilas Boevers, Margaret Stephenson, Ruth Glaus, and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod. A social hour followed the program, and refreshments were served. Dorothy and. Sylvia Stephenson of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., were guests of the society. First P.-T. A. Meeting Is Held— The first regular meeting of the Parent-Teachers association was held in the high school building last week Tuesday evening. The new president, O. J. Stephenson, was In They now have a girl and a boy. The new baby has been named Carrol. C. H. Humphrey, of Fairvllle, was entertained at six o'clock dinner Saturday evening at the home of his son, C. G. Humphrey, in honor of his SOth birthday anniversary. Gordon Schmidt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt, bad his tonsils and adenoids removed by Doctor De. vine, of Bancroft, and Doctor Wai lace, oC Algona, at Bancroft Saturday. August Krause, student at the Luther college at Decorah, and his sister Alvira, teaching at Garner spent Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause. ' The Afternoon bridge club me Saturday afternoon at the home o Mrs. A. J. Krause. , High score was won by Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. Re freshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. John Widdel anc daughter Hilda, of "Reedling, came Friday and remained till Monday at the home of the former's brother Chris Widdel. Herman Krause received word Saturday morning of the death of his youngest brother, Alex, at Chicago. Death was caused by pneumonia. The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder attended a pastoral sub-group meeting at Estherville Friday and were entertained at Rev. W. A. Winterstein's. The C. G. Humphrey family and Mrs. Humphrey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller, of Ringsted, were Mason City visitors last week Tues- STAN RED CROW day. H, Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod and daughter Gladys drove to Des Moines Friday on business. They returned Saturday. George Tjaden, station agent for the Rock Island at Belmond, spent Sunday at the Rev. Mr. Snyder's. Irene Newel, teaching at Belmond, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. F. NewCl. The Henrik Fauerby family were over Sunday visitors at E. C. Fauerby and C. H. Geronsin's. Alfred Jensen and two daughters, of Ringsted, visited last week at the R. N. Kyhl home. Mrs, Emma Curry spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Baker at Armstrong. urcmuoiiL, *J. J. otciJiiciinuii, \»(*o I charge, and the following program The O. H. Graham family spent was given: two selections by the Sunday with relatives at Lake View. 1929 Ford Four-door Sedan. 1925 Ford Four-door Sedan. One Model T Ford pick-up box. ! One Oakland touring. /',',..,. One Maxwell coach One truck grain box 6x9 feet. Hot water heaters for Chevrolet cars at a low cost. BROS. Phone 300 Doris left Friday for Morris, Minn., to visit Alf Welfare, who has been ill. Anita Gelhaus went to Swea City Saturday evening with Joe Mayne's to listen to a concert given by the Isenberg quartet. Miss Nolan, commercial teacher, enjoyed a visit last week Monday and Tuesday with her brother, of Guthrie Center. Delores Gelhaus, daughter of the Paul Gelhauses, had her tonsils removed Saturday by Doctor Devine I at Bancroft. Dr. and Mrs. Carpenter, of Keo- I kuk, visited at D. A. Carpenter's last week Monday and Tuesday. Lola Wylam and Jeanette Wilson, of Swea City, spent the week-end with Bai-bara Wylam. The Marquis Lindsey family, of Fenton, spent Sunday at Jess O'Keefes. The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Blanche high school orchestra; talk, Educa tion, Supt. Otterness; playlet, Stop! Look! Listen!, Gordon Smith, Warren Snyder, and Lester Gade; and community singing led by Martha Gilbert. There will be no membership dues this year as all are considered members. Airs. Robert Hanson Is De-ad— Word was received here Saturday of the death of Mrs. Robert Hanson at Ringsted following an illness of several years with diabetes. Funeral services were held at Ringsted Sunday. The Hanson family formerly resided on their farm three miles northwest of Fenton, which is now being tenanted by their son Adolph. Church Choir Gives Play Here— Oh, Kay, a mystery and thrill comedy in three acts, was presented by the Fairvllle Lutheran church choir at the Fenton Opera House Friday. { Bailey Goes to Bode Bank— F. C. Bailey went to Bode last week Wednesday to be assistant to the receiver of the defunct Bode National bank, which closed recently. Other Fenton News. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Goeders and daughter Susan and son Leo, of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders, of Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Ed Gohr and son Dewayne, of Charles City, spent last week Wednesday at the F. H. Bohn home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber Jenks. Mr. Christiansen, beet fieldman, was called home by the death of bis father. The local WttenbaU team -won 7-S from Grant there last week Mon went to Mason City Sunday to visit till Monday with Mrs. Stoeber's sister, Mrs. Lewis Reed. They expected to leave Monday for Charles City, where Mr. Stoeber will attend a two day poultry short course. Mrs. A. H. Meyers accompanied Mrs. A. A. Bishop, pf Algona, tp Marysville, Mo., last week Wednesday to attend an annual meeting of the pes Moines branch of the W. F. M. g. They returned M9»tey. A 8evea-pou,n<i son was bpfn to Mr. aM Mjf, ' 9? . JJ. Reimers, How Long— has it been since your last photograph was made? You should have a new , portrait for your family and friends. It takes such a few minutes, and a photo makes such an acceptable Christmas gift. Call at Peterson's Studio in Algona any day. An appointment may be made for Sunday. Peterson's studio does NOT employ coupon salesmen or peddlers of photos. Agents who state otherwise are misleading you. PETERSON'S STUDIO (Over Iowa State Bank) 4!XK)NA IOWA ,«. J,ERE is the news you've been waiting for—hoping wondering whether you'd hear it this year or next. The ne» NEW GASOLINE-a BETTER GASOLINE. Mark thtt phrase! That which is new is not always better. But Standard! Crown is NEW and BETTER. We introduce it to you HIM all-purpose gasoline ever put on the market And we ve anoor some oi the questions you'll want to ask about this brilliant,! ling, modern fuel. 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