Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1931 · Page 3
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One Stop Service BE THERE IN A HURRY" [very Fifth Car Needs Battery iTRANGE BUT TRUE FUNERAL DIRECTORS FOOTBALL i*t 6*«fito>«.vt> M«MMI City Academy AT f October 18 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Is your's the fifth car? We will gladly test your attfry and suggest changes that will give you per- tct starting and ignition in coldest weather. Look jyer our line of Firestone full-sized batteries. Cold- it batteries for the most stubborn motors. $5.95 up with Your Old Battery WE SERVICE ALL MAKES TESTING REPAIRING RECHARGING .•'•• RENTALS t FREE FLUSHING | you change now to Alemite gear lubricant for transmission and differential. IRE SERVICE CO. TUE HORSE WAS UNKNCWUTO THE] INDIAN PRJOQs TO THE COLONIZATION OF AMERICA BV THE EUROPEANS |ervice With Respect Respect for the feelings of those we serve is one the characteristics that distinguishes our service others. That thoughtfulness and consideration for des that are so many times overlooked by men with i experience makes a lot of difference and it costs I more. .' '•' . LOUGH TITONKA CLUB PAGE THRBB SPONSORSTALK ON MULCHING TltonKn, Oct. n, 3 -Mrs. John Miller HolmtcU, ,,f Davenport, who is a reader, contralto singer, pianist, artist and author, gave an Interesting talk, Putting the Flowers to Sleep, or Mulching, last Thursday evening at the high school autltK.Y- lum. she arrived in Algona Wednesday evening, from there she went to Wesley, where Mrs. .lay Budlong met her. Mrs. Helmlck's talk was sponsored by the Woman's cluh and the p.-T. A. She returned to Davenport Friday. The H. C. Honcks, ot Vincent, wore Sunday guests at K. R. Intermill's. 20 Attend U L. Convention— The Lutheran League convention met Sunday at Sheffield.' Memhers from here who went are Martha and Telko-Sleeker, Marie Brandt, Mln- rtert, Fannie, Agnes and Ben Pannkuk, Marie and Harm Wlbben, Myrtle Johnson, Chris and Jennie Meyer, Anna and Herman Fritz, Marie and Louise Senne, Annabel Sachau, and Mrs. Schoenleln' and Arthur and Viola Rike, Woman's Club Hears Talks- Mrs. Schoenlein entertained the Woman's club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Beed gave the lesson, Nature Study l n October; Mrs. A. M. Peterson gave a talk on Fire Prevention and Mrs. John Helmick of Davenport, gave a talk on, Cit izenship and the tax exempt home Ten N«w Library Books Here- New books placed on the library shelves are The Merry Go Round Shadows on the Rocks, The Road Back, The Angel Pavement, Th Four Weiners, The Green Timber A White Bird Flying, Mystery o the Glass Bullet, Black Daniel, an A Case for India. Betty Kokash 10, Has Party- Betty Kokash celebrated her lOtl birthday Saturday afternoon by in viting several of her little friends t play with her. Present were Pa trlcla Ball, Robert Budlong, Roge Larsen, Jackie Callies, Verdeen Boy ken, and Alice Budlong. Lone Rock Man and Burt Girl SCHOOL FAIR Married at Bancroft Church AT SWEA CITY IS ENLARGED Bancroft, Oct. 13—The. wedding of August W, Lampe, of Lone Rock, and Verna Long, of Burt, took place at St. John's Catholic church Monday morning at 7 a. m., with Mon- Thoy Mrs. gnor .1. D. Flsch officiating, ere attended by Mr. and ialph Thompson. Mrs. a sister of the bride. Thompson The bride Two Home from Western Trip- Luther Disney and Paul Sekers who had driven to California an other parts of the west came horn Friday night. Carl Callies, who wen with them, stayed there to fin work. He does not know when h •\»ill come home. Nnto Walsh Is Recovering— Nate Walsh, who has been a pa ient at the Hlnes hospital in Chica go, for a week or more writes that he is recovering. He was in the service and the Legion assisted in sending him to the hospital. Girl Adopted by H. C. Scliweppes— The H. C. Schweppes adopted a baby girl and she came to her new home Saturday morning. Her name is Beverly Ann and is 17 months old. • .II. S. Girls Play Kittenball— A klttenball game between the freshman and senior girls against the sophomore and junior girls was won by the former 7-5. Kurt, Titonlta Divide Games— Burt won 4-1 from Titonka's baseball team last week Tuesday afternoon at Burt. Titonka won 7-2 from Burt here Friday. /on gowned in brown silk crepe, ith accessories to match. Her at- entiant also wore a brown outfit. A redding breakfast was served at the ome of the bride's parents to 20 elatlves. The bride Is the young- st daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rlch- rd Long, of Burt. The groom Is a on of the Fred Lampes, of Carlyle, II., and has 'been at Lone Rock the ast ten years running the Champn oil truck. They will live In the a.. H. Blanchard residence In Lone lock. Martin Long 1 Hurled In Bancroft— Funeral services for Martin Lang, f Osakls, Minn., were held at St. ohn's Catholic church Monday norning at 9 o'clock, The Rev. C. 3rnst sang the mass. Mr. Lang died uddenly at his home near Osakls Friday evening. He was working In a shed, and when he did not come o the house for supper Mrs. Lang ind one of the boys went to look 'or him and found him dead. His 'ace was cut when he fell on an oil barrel. It is thought he suffered a stroke. The body arrived here Sunday morning, and was taken to the Jawrence Sandt home. Mrs. Sandt s a daughter. There are four other children surviving and his wife. Mrs Sandt and her aunt, Mrs. Louis Duddlng, visited the Langs at Osa- kls last week and returned home Thursday evening at eight o'clock and Friday morning before six they received word of the death. Mi- Lang was plowing when they left, Frank Drocssler Is Home— Frank Droessler returned Monday from Sebeka, Minn., where he visltec for several weeks with his aunts Mrs. Linden White and Mrs. Kadow Matilda Koenig, of Long Prairie Minn., a cousin of Mrs. Ed Droess ler, and Mrs. Barbara Frltzler ant George Kadow, of Sekeba, canr with him for a visit at the Ei Droessler home. Mr. and Mrs. E Droessler took Miss Koenig to Whit temore Wednesday to visit the Frank Derners. Mrs. Droessler is a daughter of the Derners. Miss Koenig left for Wisconsin from Whittemore to visit friends. OJrnmoH, who owns a grocery store here. Mrs. Frank McGuire, daughter Adria and son Charles, spent Sunday at Martin McClulrc'H In Algona. Barney Wessel.s left Monday for Minneapolis to spend the winter with his youngest son, Rudolph. Lulu Richards, of Lu Verne, spent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Eugene Wolf. The Adelbert Conlon family spent Vednesday with relatives at Em- notsburg. Mrs. E. ,T. Seeney entertained the tligslon at her home Friday after- oon. The Legion met Monday evening nd new officers were'elected. MUSIC PROGRAM IS GIVEN CLUB AT FOUR CORNERS Four Corners, Oct. 13—The M. & Swea City, Oct. 13—The school fair at the school house this week Is of much interest to the community. Formerly an annual corn and potatoe day ha.s been held, but this year the girls are included and prizes are offered for them also. Merchandise priy.es for exhibits lire being furnished by Swea business men. Prizes will be offered for best exhibits of corn, oats, barley, potatoes in mens crop division, and for quilts, fancy work, canned goods, cake, and candy In girls and women's division. Mens and boys' division classes are; 1() ear sample yellow corn; 10 car sample white corn; quart of oats; quart of barley; % peck potatoes; and assorted novelty of crops, not less than three. Classes for women and girls Include: quilts pieced or finished product; general fancy work; emergency shelf, consisting of five jars of assorted food; junior class, can- nrl vegetables, 1 jar^ canned fruit i jar; cnntly, fudge and divinity; Goodwin, four sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Flodtn, M"s. Grace Carter, Mrs. Maude Bonnet, and a brother, Jesse. Last May Mrs. ^Read entered the Oakclale sanitarium where she died. Talking picture Theater Planned— Swea City Is to have a talking picture theater by November 1. Ray Smith and A. J. Christiansen, committee from the merchants' association, have completed arrangements with N. I. Morness, theater owner at Burt. The merchants are backing the venture with screen advertising. There are to shows each week. The be old four 4 Iris theater, which has been closed for some time, will be completely remodeled and redecorated. Weather Stops Beet Lifting— Su^ar Beet lifting was stopped last week Wednesday by the mild weather. The beets had started to grow again from the effects of the warm sun and rain, and It Injures the sugar content to lift them. Lifting was resumed again Monday. Ray Heeber, of Buffalo Center, and Leonard Peterson are taking care of the dump here. Water Supply Here Approved— Swea City's water supply ihas been approved by the state university testing department. A sample The D, club met last vlth Mrs. .1. P. ipening song was Dixie. Roll call was answered by styles by 22 members and 14 visitors. A paper on :he great pianists of the world was riven by Evelyn Cruikshank. A musical program was the feature week • Thursday " n(1 devil's food cake. Nickerson. Olnf Johnson Ituried Last Monday— OIa.f Johnson, resident ot north Kossuth for many years who died at his home north of Swea City, was burled last week Monday after services at the Imanuel Lutheran church. Mr. Johnson was born In Rebbelberga, Skane, Sweden, Sep- was sent some time ago, S. P. Eckholm received a sftttefaij- tory report. Samples are> aCrit at regular Intervals as a safe-guard "it the health of the community. / ' Banking Committee Is Appointed-*. A committee to. act in an odvidorjf capacity on the banking <iuestkm is composed of J. J. Anderson, Dr. A. 'Whitlow, Joe Preston, Frank Salt- net, and Buell Pearson. There is fta, yet nothing definite to report, but several proposals have been, madev Little Girl Dies of Colitis — Little Marjorle Neloline, threw year-old daughter of O. I*. Peterson, died last week Monday of Colitis, and the body was burled Wednesday in the Harrison cemetery, after services at the Norwegian. Lutheran church. The Other Swea City. school band will mate its first public appearance at the snow. and a program has been, prepared to be given in the auditorium at 2^5. Elliott Kulander, former employe of the Farmers Saving bank here, has entered the employ of the Citizens Saving bank of Lakota. Floyd Smith is seriously ill at fcta home north of town, suffering from pneumonia. and selections follow: Piano solos by , tc-mber 18, 1850, arid In 1873 he came to America from Sweden. During Mrs. Jack Dlttsworth, Mrs. Loyd Potter, Mrs. Everett Witham, Mrs. Lewis Lowman Jr., Mrs. John Rich; two vocal solos by Hazel Mitchell, accompanied by Evelyn Cruikshank; a vocal solo by Mrs. Ed Rich, who was accompanied in one selection by her daughters Mary Joyce and Phyllis; vocal duet by Edith and Leo Sabln, accompanied by * Mrs. Party Proceeds to Go to Poor— The Catholic Woman's Missionary- club met at the St. John's hall Thursday afternoon and Mrs. P. J. Velp won high in bridge, and Mrs. >f. J. Schiltz high in 500. This club s giving a card party at the Fores- er hall Thursday evening. Pro- eeds will go to help the needy fam- ies In town. Other Titonka News. Edith Budlong, who' has been working a bank in Hampton, and Hazel Budlong, who has been teaching school there were home visiting relatives and friends the weekend. They returned Sunday evening. Beulah Sehutjer and Edith Mae Budlong took Elva Relmer, of Rad cliffe, who had been visiting Beulah over the week, to Garner Sunday where she took a bus for her home. Mrs. Alta Clement left Sunday for Mason City for a short visit with her son. Prom there she will go to Minneapolis to visit her daughter, Mrs. Hunter. The Buffalo Busy Bees met Satur. day afternoon at Phydells and Loraine Peterson's. They made plans for a Halloween party for the Boy Scouts. The Legion Auxiliary and friends will nieet at the W, J. Denton home Friday to work on garments to be placed on the emergency supply shelf. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Zwlefel and Mra. Ema P. Heiner are visiting relatives in Dumont and Jasper county since Saturday (norning. Mrs, M. S. Craven and daughtei Beryl Boggess, 'who have Been visit in South Dakota for several days have returned home. Dick Spear, who has been In the Park hospital in Mason City, was brought home Monday. He has no' Improved much. Lee O. Wolfe, E. O. Slack, and Er nest Peterson drove to Washington Lake.on a fishing ttlp one day las week. \rene Callies drove to Lakota las week Wednesday to visit Arlene Lewis. She returned home Thursday. Anna Bruhs, : who Is teaching a Otranto, was here visiting this week end. She returned Sunday evening The Legion will meet the firs jpart of this week to complete plan for Armistice Day, November 11. The William Boykens drove t Brltt Thursday to attend a churcl supper. . Theft of Car Is Discovered in Phone Call Lu Verne, Oct. 1?—W. Scott Han na was much surprised Monday t receive a telephone call from a use car market at Waterloo about a sal of Mr. Banna's Chevrolet coupe which he supposed \yas tn his BW age He investigated and found hi car'sone. The BuJoH sedan had bee. pushed out of the swage, tout who ever had wanted the car bad 90 to start tt 80 'ormer Bancroft Druggist, In Visit— P. J. Nemmers and son Quinton, f Cedar Rapids, are visiting at the drs. John Nemmers home. P. J. is i son of Mrs. Nemmers, and he own- d a drug store here for many years, nd then moved to Cedar Rapids, vhere he owned a drug store till ast winter. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fuller returned o their home at Wendell, Minn., Sunday after four days visit at the i. J. Guide home. Mrs. Guide is a Ister of Mr. Fuller. Mrs. Guide's mother, Mrs. Anne McQuirk, and er sister, Mrs. R. W. Chambers, of lewistown, Mont., are also visiting at the Guide home. The Roy Ful- ers, Guides, Mrs. Anne McQuirk ind Mrs. Chambers visited at Doctor Sower's in Buffalo Center Friday. Mrs. J. P. Cody, of Fort Dodge, Isited at the W. J. Hood home Friday. Mrs. Cody and Mrs. Hood are alsters. Mrs. W. J. Hood, daughters nez and Mrs. Leo Saunders, son Billy and grandson John Saunders isited Thursday with relatives in Fort Dodge. The Hoods lived in Fort Dodge before they moved here. Mr. and Mrs. Nick R. Bruer returned Saturday from Minneapolis vhere they visited their three daughters for several weeks. Mr and Mrs. R. S. Austin, of Minneapo- is, brought them home, and they returned to the cities on Monday. Mrs Austin is the youngest daughter of :he Bruers. Mrs. Eugene Erickson was al Alpha, Minn,, Friday and attended the funeral of her ' brother-in-law Art Muth. Mr. Muth Is the hus- mnd of Mrs. Erlckson's youngesi sister. They lived at Mason City til a few months ago. The Lou Verslouis family, of Lake Park, were visitors at the J. C Menke home Sunday. Mrs. MenHe and Mrs, Verslouis are sisters, and their father, Barney Wessels, has been staying at J, C. Menke's. Georgia Carmean spent the week end with her brother Evans, in Des Molnes. Evans is attending the Des Moines school of pharmacy. Mis* Carmean teaches the 7th and 8th grades at the public school. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Johnson are parents of a boy, 'born Monday morning. They have one othe child, a girl. Mrs! Johnson will'b remembered as Doris Pelleymounter Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cutler at tended the funeral of Harry Prtt chett at AJgona last Wednesday Harry's grandmother, Mrs, Lo Markla. is a slater of Mr. Cutler. John Sheridan, and Allen Murphy who went to Iowa City Sunday t get Maurice Seibert, returned hom "Monday^ Maurice had been attending school there. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Farrow and children, of Sauk Center, came Sunday for a few days visit at the Frank McGuire and John and Will Farrow homes. Dea Dowrle; Mrs. Yack, Mrs. Schuer and * daughter Catherine, of Jollet, III., are visiting at the Joe Baltz home. Mra. Yack is a sister of Mr. Baltz. Asher Craig and Dan McGuire, of Park fcapids, Minn., came Friday for a visit at the Frank McGuire home. The fcoys are nephews of Mr, Mo* Rose Sabin; and a negro minstrel by Mrs. John Sa.bin and Mrs. Carl Selp. Lunch was served by ,the hostess. The next meeting will be October 22 with Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, Instead of Mrs. Jessie Elmore as had been planned. The opening' song will be Iowa and roll call will be Favorite Pastimes. Music will also feature this program, and the committee is composed of Mrs. Rose Sabin, Evelyn Cruikshank, and Mrs. Lewis Lowman Jr. Rleh Reunion I>raws Crowd— A large crowd attended the Rich reunion at the Mrs. Edith Rich home Sunday. Present were: the ohn Sabins, Mr. and Mrs. John lich, the Wm. Draytons, the Arch Valkers, Orville Holdren, Louis roesder, Margaret Habeger, of Alona, Loyd Baker and daughter Jetty, of St. Cloud, Minn., the Wm. tidies and George Rich, and the immy. Dunns, of Burt, Mrs. Baker, f St. Cloud, is a nephew of Mrs. Idlth Rich. like Auto Trip In Illinois— •Mildred Robinson -and Mrs. Her- Tian Llndeman, of Dakota City, left ast week In the latter's car to visit at Davenport, Chicago, and other oints in Illinois. Mrs. Lindeman vill be remembered as Elsie Drayon. 8 Attend Federated Meeting— Twenty-eight members of the 'our Corner M. & D. club attended he Federation meeting at the coun- ry club clubhouse last week Tuesday. The former clubs, were host- isses at this meeting. Mr. ah<5 Mrs. Lawrence Larsen and son Duane, of near Boone, the C. Bjustroms, Whlttemore; the Roy Bjustroms, Hobarton; and. Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom spent Sun- lay at the.C. W. Bjustrom home in Algona. The Larsons spent the veek-end visiting here and returned the first years he was employed as a truck farmer in New York state, v.hero he married Ingri Swenson. They came to Kossuth county in 1S80 and settled on a farm seven miles north of Swea City. Retiring from the farm they made their home in Swea City till three months ago, when, after the death of his wife, Mr. Johnson moved to the home of his son, John C. Johnson, north of town. Seven children were born: Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mrs. Jack Peterson, O!c, and John, of Swea City; Bernard, of Albion, Neb.; Mrs. Math Anderson, of Dunnell, Minn., and G. Albert, of Pemeroy. There are 34 grand children and three great grand children. Services Held for Mrs. Read— Funeral services were held last week Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist church for Mrs. Lemue' Read, w-ho died October 2. Mrs Read was Hazel Goodwin, born at Wllliamstown, and came to Grant township in 1917, where she has since made her home. April 7, 19tt : 8 she married Lemuel Read, who with four children survive; Lemuel, Ken neth, Henry, and Evelyn. She also is survived by her father, Norman A Bigger and Better Furniture and Floor Covering Service is the Aim of This Store Every Day. We realize that real value given for every dollar purchase at this store is the one thing that will help oa to go steadily forward. House Cleaning Time Is At Hand -\ Our floor covering department, consisting of Armstrong linoleum, yard goods, and rugs and a new line of wool rugs from the Mohawk Mills, has just heen filled with new patterns for the Pall season. SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON LIVING BOOM SUITES are in effect this week as we are expecting another big truck shipment direct from the factory to our store this coming week and must make room for them. Remember this quantity buying, delivered to our store direct from the factory without freight or crating charge, means real value-giving prices at this store and a big saving to you. EXCHANGE YOUR OLD FOR NEW AT RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company WHEKE FURNITURE SELLS FOR LESS lii jmn i —?•!•• '• ii •"•T- -< — T" ' ~ Costly Furs Trim These GORGEOUS COATS home Sunday evening. OTHER FOUR CORNERS. A pie social and program will be held at the D. C. Gardner school five miles northwest of Hobar.ton next tveek Friday night. Mrs. Irene Bjustrom is teacher. Walter, youngest son of the Wm. Riches,' had his appendix removed at the Kossuth hospital Friday. Swea City The Ralph Morgans, the Ben Noltes and the L. A. Stebblns, of Algona, and the Robert Runcheys, of Hobarton, were entertained at the James Elder home Friday evening. The James Elders Sunday entertained Mr. Elder's sisters, Margaret and Ann, bi-other, John, and his wife and daughter, Betty and the Byron Goulds, of Spencer. Mrs, G. H. Poyle is at Y^nkton; S. p., vWM*uj fcer son, Attorney Harold Doyle. Tlje Doylas yetted here, You want Pep and plenty of it winter or tununcr from that battery in your car. You want dependable «erv- ice for many, many month*. You can expect thu kind of service if you will let us in- Mail a GLOBE Battery. That is why the plate* and •eparators of GLOW Batteries, unseen in the finished product yet die most vital part of any battery, are made of selected material* •nd receive ifae greater pot> «f thi W Inspections |t wy Aristocrats ot the season 9 s fashions Every coat is a masterpiece of fine tailoring. $24 .73 As luxurious as fine fabrics and rich luxurious furs can make them. See yourself in the color you prefer! With the fur you like best! Have a coat for seasons to come that you will wear with pride — knowing it is a distinctive fashion piece; and the best coat investment you could make. Rich, rough woolens — Boucle, and copies of costliest woolens with Manchurian Wolf, Mar- mink, Caracul, Natural Wolf and Muskrat! Misses' sizes 16 to 20, Women's sizes 36 to 46 NEW HATS $2 .95 Pert hats for women and misses. Smart hats of dignity for winter wear — large and small head sizes. Black, brown, Spanish tile, green, navy, wine. USE OUR LAY-A-WAY PLAN- A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD ANV COAT UITTIL WANTED Elbert Garage South of Courthowfe FASHION IS TUB KEYNOTE OF THESE A great value collection-^11 the very newest style effects, patterns and colors of fall. Misses' sizes 14 to 20. Women's sizes 36 to 44 •• # „>< it^'fit'S 3^1 the keoaega, is viftltip^ IHSa.ie]^^ fesp'«p$r,,|% '.fnpj '•jWMte ,OH» 4V.L.: Jjlihii *^£&£l T^^W^&TI

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