Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1931 · Page 2
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•MMM Welcome We have moved to our new location first door east of Goeders store. We are extending a hearty welcome to our friends and customers to call and see us. You will be mighty welcome and the bargains we are offering at the new stand will be welcomed by everyone that wants to save money. Never before have we been able to gather up such outstanding values. Wholesale houses seemingly have vied with each other to furnish us goods at prices that would bring people to the new location. We had our removal sale. Others are running sales, but as far as prices on good standard goods are concerned you haven't seen anything yet. In the last 30 days I have picked up some of the best shoe buys I ever saw. Factories are anxious for trade and spot cash. Ready money talks louder than it ever did. We have some of the biggest bargains in shoes and slippers HOAV that AVC ever had to offer since we came to Kossuth county. These are all new up-to-date standard shoes and slippers. Our trade demands good shoes, but this fall they want them for the least possible amount of money. Jimmie Neville AT THE NEW LOCATION THE YELLOW FRONT FENT 61V CLl IN WOMEN GARDEN B AWARDS Lone Rock Depot ant/Garage Are Looted by Sneak Thief Fenton, Oct. 20 — The Woman's >lub has sponsored a boys and girls' garden club for the past few years. TMnal judging for this season's work ;ook place last week, and the fol- owing won: First, Howard Schulte; second, Bruce Graham; third, June Wetsbrod; fourth, Warren Snyder; fifth, LaVonne Newel; sixth, Esther Kucker. Honorable mention was given Hadley Bailey, Donna Jean Bailey, Elizabeth Gramenz, Geneva Glaus, and Everett Miller. The Woman's club held its October meeting last week Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. AV. J. AVetsbrod's, with Mrs. O. H. Graham as assistant hostess. Members responded to roll call with clippings on nature. The program follows: The Unusual in Nature, Mrs. John Light; 'Nature as AVm. Beebe Sees It, Mrs. C. H, Geronsln; Nature Lore of the American Indian, Mrs. A. H. Meyers; poem. Autumn in Iowa, read by Mrs. W. P. AVeisbrod; music, Frieda and Anna Relmers. Refreshments were served following the business meeting. Verona Weisbrod 1'iuU'r Knife— AVord was received Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod . that their granddaughter, Verona AVeis- brod, who is attending. Coe college at Cedar Rapids, had her appendix removed Friday night, and that she was in a serious condition. AVord was received Monday that she was getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. AA r eisbrocl and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lone Rock, Oct. 20—Some sneak thief broke Into the garage and de* pot here Saturday rtlght. They took $6 or $t In change from the till, a •bag of old coins from the safe that was not locked, a mirror and clock for a car. So far nothing else has been found missing;' At the depot they took a small oil heater. No reliable clue has yet been obtained as to the culprit, but officers are working on the case. Wedding Bate la Observed— The Fred Qenrlches entertained at bridge and BOO Saturday evening In honor of their 19th wedding anniversary. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing, the L. R. Roderr Icks, J. M. Blancharda, Ben Gwen- thers, C. M. GrOss, Geo. Pettlts, Fred Schultz, Jack Quinns, L. E. Godfreys, and Floy Jones, Juanita Dunn, Florence Householder, and Harriett Fish. L. R. Roderick took SENEGA SCHOOLS CLOSED FOR CORN HUSKING VACATION Seneca, Oct. 20—Teachers returned to their respective homes Friday for a two weeks rest: Miss Buerkln to Pella; Miss Hallet to Union; Miss Madden to Haifa; and the Misses Lynch, Bryden and Behrends to Bancroft. The school will have a two weeks vacation to allow chll dren to help with corn husking anc picking. School will be resumed F week from Monday, high score Householder at low, bridge, Florence and Mrs. Jack >•••••«»»••»»••• • »»«»»»»»»»»»•»»»»*»»»******** Quinn, draw prize. Forty at Mite Society Meat- Forty attended Mite Society at Mrs. J. M. Blanchard's last Thursday, with Mrs. L. R. Roderick assisting hostess. After the business meeting there was a short program. Margaret Roderick sang two solos, Little Old Church in the Valley, and, Love Found a Way. Mrs. Frank Uacken gave a short talk. The next meeting will be'at Mrs. Ernest Jensen's next week Thursday and Mrs. AV. C. Hleter will assist. Aid Bazaar Is Postponed— Mrs. J. M. Jensen, of Ringsted, en tertained the Seneca Lutheran Al last Thursday, A large crowd wa present. Aid members voted 1 change the bazaar day from Thanks giving day to a later date this yea Aid to Make Rainbow (Jullt— The Aid will, meet In the churc basement this week Thursday to quilt a rainbow wedding ring quilt. They may also tie a quilt for the Willing Workers. The quilts will be sold at the bazaar this fall. AUXILIARY WOMEI TO Km TLtonkd, Oct. 2o-*he Eighth did* Hot conference 6f the American Lelon and Auxiliary will be held at Vebster uuy next week Tuesday, nd a large delegation la expected to ittend from each unit and post in he county. Wednesday there will be a meeting of the delegates of the north half of the district at Brltt, and the Brltt Auxiliary ha* Invited he members of all Auxiliaries to be heir guests for that day, and a pro- including a report of the conference at Webster City. The Aux- liary will have no business session at Brltt. State and district officers will be present at both meetings There will be a meeting of all Kossuth Auxiliary units at Fenton Tuesday, November 3. ter of the Joseph Anderson Mabel Homan, graduate of Sen eca, returned frbm an extended vial with relatives In Nebraska. The Willing Workers will mee with Mrs. Anna Osborn Saturday !ite^ Grocery Week-End-Specials Syrup* No. 10 Golden Tomato Juice, 4 for Soups, ABC, 3 for Fig bari or G Snaps, 2 Ibs. Georgie Porgie, 2 for Dill Pickles, quart , Soap, Palm Olive, 3 for Honey, new, 2 for m I SENSATIONAL FURNITURE VALUEJ Weisbrod expect to first of the week. visit her the Two Birthdays Art' Honored— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber entertained tihe former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AV. E. Stoeber and daughter Gladys, and son Wilfred, at dinner Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Stoeber and AVilfred's birthdays. Wilfred left Sunday for Hartford, AVis., where he has a position as salesman in a hardware and auto supply stoi-e. Party Honors Birthday— Mr. and Mrs. John Light entertained a group of young people at bridge Saturday evening in honor of their daughter A'iola's biuthday. Bridge was played at four tables with Dr. S. AV. Meyer and Margie Klcinheksel winning high score. After bridge refreshments were served. Auxiliary Names New Officers— The Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. Oscar Earing last week AA'ed- nesday. Officers were named as follows: Mrs. Ralph Thompson, president; Mrs. Roy Jensen,., vice president; Mrs. AVilliam Dudding, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Ernest Jensen, chaplain; and Anna Flaig, historian. At Fort tteflnnee Dedication- Martin Thompson and children attended the dedication of the new park in Esthervllle last week. Martin has also been taking treatments from an Esthervllle' doctor for his health. Seneciina at Mangold Funeral- Many Senecans attended the funeral of AValter Mangold, of Ringsted, last Saturday. Mr. Mangold was well liked by those who kne\v him. Other Fenton News. The seventh and eighth grades will participate In the Kossuth junior high school declamatory to be "Opportunity knocks once at every man's door" according to the adage, and P. S. NORTON & SON in the shape of an opportunity to save money is just now knocking at the door of your coal bin. Let us not only knock but fill it full of our high grade quality coal that laughs at wintry blasts. Call Al- goua 229 and feel secure. ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOU5 held in December. A home elimination contest will be held at the high school auditorium November 9. Pupils who will enter are: oratorical — Donna Jean Bailey, Fred Zwiefel, Edward Lindsey, Harold Gramenz; humorous, Charles Glaus, Perry Jensen, Eugene Newel, Wayne Alderson, Lyle Newel; dramatic, Verable Ulfers, June AVeis- brod, Bernice Kramer, Elizabeth Gramenz, and Robert Schwartz. Relatives and friends "from Fenton were entertained at LeRoy Newel's at Hartley, Sunday. Present were Angus Cottons Return Home— The Angus Cottons left Friday for Ames en route to their home in Chicago. Mrs. N. L. Cotton went as far as Ames with them, and Sunday the AV. J. Cottons and N. L. Cottons drove to Fort Dodge for her, the Harley Shellitos bringing her that far. Montana Woman Visits Here- Mrs. Claud Hawks came last week AVednosday to visit at Mrs. E. M. Hawk's. Her home is at Brockton, Mont., and she was en route to a hospital in Minneapolis to take treatment for a tnmorous growth. Two Move to Now Farms— The AVm. Norris family, west of town, has moved to a farm near Swea City. Fred Rath has rented the farm and will move soon. Other Lone Rock. Fred Genrich visited at his nephew L. A. Hauck's, at Livermore, Friday and Saturday. Alton Pettit hauled mail during his absence. Mrs. Otis Sanders came home last week Thursday from Swea City, where she had spent ten days caring for a sister-in-law. Mrs. Claud Ackerman and son Earl left Sunday for Rome, Ind., Other Seneca News. Sunday guests at George Jenson's in Ringsted were Mrs. Jennie Jenson and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jenson, and Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jenson. In the evening Mrs. Jennie __ Jenson attended the Lutheran j ~ church there and heard interesting talks given by the Rev. Mr. Nelson, a former pastor in that church, and by a, missionary from India. Mr. and Mrs. Killian and daughter Agnes, of AA^esley, visited the Henry Loofts and Mrs. Chris Mudi- son Saturday. Alma Madison, registered nurse, cared for Mr. Killian during his illness last spring. The Henry Loofts lived neighbors .to the Killlans before they moved to Sen- Visitors at J. H. Jenson's Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Jorgenson and son, of Rake, and Mr. and Mrs. E. U Erdahl and children, and Mrs. Erdahl's mother, Mrs. Jorgenson, of Blue Earth. Teddy Jenson returned with the Er- dahls to spend this week there.. The Jens Halvorson family spent Sunday with the latter's sister, Mrs. Joseph Anderson Sr., near Rake. They also attended the confii-mation exercises of Hazel Anderson, daugh- jKXKvKvSvK | Full length d §j large roomy chair. ( I ine Angora Mohair. 1 A REAL VALUE 1 New Fall Bedroom and Dining Room Sets at the] ~ NEW LOW PRICES 1 Now is the time to buy better furniture for less !| Foster Furniture Co., Algona m Used Car Buyers SOLD 5 USED CARS LAST WEEK WHY! Because they were priced right. It will pay you to see our stock of good used cars before you buy. 1930 Ford Tudor, very good $345 1929 Ford Sedan, a real buy $275 1930 Ford Tudor $375 1926 Ford Coupe $50 1928 Chevrolet Coupe $150 1924 Ford Tudor $40 1926 Ford Truck $65 1929 Chevrolet Truck, good $270 1929 Ford Truck •— $275 TERMS KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 484 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa "Service— !—Sales *•* of 3O Piece* only 949.50 la MISS ALVIN (STEBI4NG) / 943.5O will buy the baslo thirty piece* needed to set six place* ... 6 each detsert-size knives, forks, tea- •poont, butter spreaders and salad forks! Still, the full surprise cornea only after you've compared Mia* Alvin's prices with tho*e of other Sterling patterns . . • only after you've seen how glowingly gay this new pattern can make your table. F, W. WEHLER & CO, JEWELERS OFTOMETBISTS 240 ie AVilber Kerns family, of Ring- ted, the Lester Johnsons, of Ban- roft, the E. J. Franks, Charles ewels, E. K. Johnsons, Mrs. G. . Johnson, Irene Newel, and Mr. nd Mrs. F. P. Newel, of Fenton. Mrs. F. J. AVeisbrod and daugh- er Maxine were visitors at Belmond 'riday. They were accompanied lome by Irene Newel, who spent the veek-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel. Mrs. C. AV. Lauritzen, of AVhitte- more, visited from Friday till Sunday at Dr. J. T. AVaite's. Mr. Lauritzen and daughter Verdell came Sunday and she returned home with hem. Mary Jane Eigler entertained 10 schoolmates at a weiner and marshmallow roast at the Mike AA r eisbrod licnic grove Monday night after school in honor of her 10th birthday. Supt. M. E. Otterness went to Decorah Friday night to attend the 70th anniversary celebration of Luther college. Mr. Otterness was formerly a student at Luther. The Methodist Aid rriet Friday afternoon at the church with Mesdames AV. E. Stoeber, Raymond Stoeber, O. J. Stephenson and J. F. Snyder as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. AV. R. AVolfe and daughter Edith were guests at the Calvin Householder home at Lone Rock Friday evening and attended the home talent play. Lily Rasmussen went to Minneapolis Satin-day to visit a sister, Myrtle Rasmussen, who was ill last week, and a brother Leonard.. She returned Sunday. Mrs. Kate Newel and grandson Harold went to Hartley Saturday, emalning till Sunday evening at he home of the former's son Le Roy. Mrs. Frank Lupin and daughter Bonney, of Bancroft, visited from Saturday till Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs. Otto Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Meinke are parents of a son born last week Tuesday. This is their first child and nas been named Frances Leo, A number of Fenton young people enjoyed a party at the shelter house at the Ambrose A. Call state park at Algona last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed AVIddel, of Madelia, Minn., visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris AVid- del, Sunday. The Geo. Wilson family and Geo. Geronsln, of Armstrong, spent Sunday at the latter's son C. H. Geronsin's. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson were Sunday guests at the parental Julius Peterson home at Algona. Lucile Weisbrod entertained her Sunday school class Sunday at Ed AVeisbrod's, south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dalley, of Algona, visited at the R. C. Goetsch home last week Wednesday. Emery Nefstad, and Theodora Peldo, of Emmetsburg, visited Dr. S. W. Meyer Sunday. A number from Fenton attended the funeral of Walter Mangold Saturday at Ringsted. The Carl Kern family spent Sunday with their son Melvln near Bancroft. The Clarence Wegeners spent Sunday at C. O. Bailey's at Inwood. B. D. Weisbrod, of Hartley spent Sunday with his brother C. Frank, of Charles City, visited bis spn E. J. Frank l*St week. where she was called by the serious illness of her father. The Ernest Jensens attended a wedding of a relative at Bemidji, Minn., Saturday. They returned Monday. Mrs. Glen Leeper and children returned from Fairmont Saturday. She had been visiting her parents. The teachers institute will be held at Algona next week Friday, and school will be closed on that day. Arthur P,riebe, of the priebe oil station, spent the week-end with friends at Decorah. Myrtle Olson was operated on at the Kossuth hospital last week for appendicitis. Joe Elvidge had a growth on his face removed last week by Dr. AA r . T. Peters. Mr. and Mrs. J. AV. Luke, of Ames, were guests at the H. J. Rice's Sunday. The P.-T. A. will meet this week Thursday evening. STANDARD RED CROWN —the better gasoline Completely adjusted! w^aaini Mark the woodsman. His massive muscles set for terrific impact. His whole system adjusted forthose mighty blows. Standard Red Crown—the better gasoline we told you about last we»'c—is complettly adjusted. It's adjusted for easy starting—• smooth acceleration—sustained power. It's adjusted to the weather; adjusted to the latest type engines; priced to meet current economic conditions. Standard Red Crown is a better gasoline—because it gets most out of any engine—new or old; because it's NEW| because it gives more for the money. A tonic for any car—a thrill for any driver.Try Standard Red Crown today. It gives maximum performance fora moderate price.Remem- ber— it's completely adjusted 1 —therefore SPECIAL SERVICE DRAWS BIG CROWD TO ST. BENEDICT St. Benedict, Oct. 20 — The Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, of Charter Oak, came Sunday afternoon to attend the closing of the 13 hour Adoration in the Catholic church here. The services were well attended, by the parish and out-of-town folks. Out- of-town priests who were here were the Rev. J. D. Fisch, monsignor of Bancroft and his assistant, Rev. Father Ernst, the Rev. Father Theobore, of St. joe, Rev. Father Davern, of Algona, Rev. Father AVes- seling, of AA r esley, and Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, of Charter Oak. It Burns Clean at Any Speed! Sold where the Red Crown Emblem is displayed tat Standard Oil Company, (Indiana) Baby Has serious Operation— Mr. and Mrs. Anton Grandgenett's youngest son, a month old, was taken to the Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge last Thursday, and a serious operation performed. The present reports are that the youngster is recovering. Had Hurt in Corn'picker— Emil F. Arndorfer had the misfortune Saturday to get his hand caught in a corn picker, which crushed one of his fingers badly and bruised another, and otherwise Injured his hand. It is now beginning to heal. Other St. Benedict. Rosalia Eisenbarth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jsadore Eisenbarth, fell last week Thursday _at school during recess time and struck the sidewalk cutting her lower lip In two places. Her teeth were- also jarred severely. She is getting along nicely at present. Leo Youngwirth, of Maple River Mlnn.> arrived recently at the- home of his brother Frank, and will assist him in picking corn. Toy Bumber, of East Mollne, 111 has spent the last two weeks at the home of Mrs. Era Germann, Banker E. F. Rahjn left last week Tuesday tor Otturnwa to assist with work at a bank which closed. Mrs. Henry Arndorfer entertained her Lsrkta club a week, ago Thure- - W Oay ' '•& r A.Vi^',,,1^ !r. '4%l3.lf M .

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