Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 29, 1931 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 29, 1931
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It's Easy and Economical •I To H.at Your Hoftir With BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS COAL Easy on the .pocketbook as well as on the family and the heating equipment. Yoy can't buy better or more economical fuel than BOTSFOKD'S PEE R L E S S COAL. It's our choice of all the coal mined, and that's why we call it by our own name. We guarantee every pound! BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS gives you most HEAT for your dollar—fewer impurities and less waste. Less than a bushel of ash to the ton. A clean, hot, easily-controlled fire. WHY NOT SAVE THE HEAT AFTER YOU MAKE IT? Attic insulation will keep heat from escaping through the roof, where as much as 40% often leak^ out! Storm doors and .storm windows are equally important. These HEAT SAVING elements not only pay for themselves, but add greatly to your winter comfort while saving fuol for you. BOTSFORD LUMBER COMPANY JIM FOOT,, Manager Phone 250 WM, KEHOE AND MRS, GEBHART ARE MARRIED \yiiltterhore',' Oct. 27—Mrs. Grace p. Gebhar,t, of .Whittemore, and Wm. Kehoe were married In a Catholic church In Minneapolis a Week ago : Saturday at 7:30, the Rev. Father C. E'. Flufrlo performing the ceremony, according to a letter re ceived bore. Two sons of Mr. Ke hOe by a former marriage,. Dr. Em met Kelioe and Acllore Kehoe, were witnesses. Others present were Mrs. Bertha Bowers Sko\v, of Kin metcl.nirg, and John Miller, of Mln neapolis, In-other of Mr. Kehoe's first wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Dronlck. Following the cermony at the church a wedding breakfast, was served at the West hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Kehoe will make their home at 821 Eighth street S. E., Minneapolis. ' Mrs. Kehoe has lived practically all her life thus far in this community. Mr. Kehoe is employed at the present In the mechanical department of the mailing division' of Sears, Roebuck & Co., In Minneapolis. He has two sons by a previous marriage. Dr. Emmet, who is an interne in a Minneapolis hospital, and Adlore, who will finish high school this year, and go to the University of MineHota next year. Mrs. Kehoe's household goods were trucked to Minneapolis last week Sunday and her two daughters left last week Monday morning for that oily to join their mother. Jacob Winkel Is In.Uired— Jacob Winkel, of Union township, father of George Winkel, farmer living north of Whittemore. was Injured in an auto accident in Algona last week Sunday. Mr. Winkel, who is 70 years old, was driving home from services at St. Cecelia's church when his auto and one driven by a Mr. Erdman collided on north \Vooster street. Mr. Winkel received two broken ribs, a wrenched back and cuts and bruises. Mrs. Winkel, who was with her husband, was al.so bruised. Mr. Erdman escaped uninjured. Mr. Winkel was immediately taken to the Kossuth hospital, and was later taken to his home northwest of Algona. Attend Lutheran Conference— Mr. Schmiel, Lotts Creek, Mr. Cornteuer, Fenton, and H. W. Behnke, Whittemore, went to to Dcnlson Tuesday afternoon to attend the Lutheran teacher's conference to be held there the latter part of the week. The Lutheran ministers' conference was held last week at Lu Verne. Hoatl Graders Keturn Home— J. V. Elbert and son Walter brought their grading machinery to town last week ater having put in a rather busy summer at work on roads in Kossuth and in neighboring counties. In all they graded and rounded up more than 30 miles of road. 240 ACRES KOSSUTH COUNTY FARM TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION for the purpose of dividing up an estate. Sale to be held at the East Door of the Courthouse in Algona WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, '31 Sale to commence at 2 o'clock p. m. The farm is located about five miles southeast of Algona, and about 3 1-2 miles northeast of Irvington and is known as the George Ashelford farm. The terms of the sale will be $1,000.00 cash at time of sale and the balance in cash as soon as abstract is approved. C. IJ. MURTAGH, Eefcree. ST ODER'S STOCK FARM offers at this time Shorthorn bulls, ready for service, Duroc Jersey fall and spring .boars and Poland China spring boars. The.se boars are the farmer's type, heavy bone, lots of quality and easy feeding kind. Shropshire rams, yearlings, and 2-year-olds. White Leghorn and White Rock . cockerels, the big large strain. Priced with the times. Visit the farm or write Ben G. Studer WESLEY Farm one mile south and one mile east of Wesley. 1'anl Weber Hurt In Crash- Paul Weber, who has been work- ins in Minnesota, was inured recently when a car crashed into his car while he was driving near New Richmond. His car was wrecked. He is now at home, but Is still suffering from the effects of the acci dent. Peter Kollasoh Loses Half Hand— Peter Kollasch, west of Whittemore, had a mishap early Monday morning while he was out picking corn. He had the four fingers and thumb on his left hand mushed in a corn picker, and half of his hand has been taken off. Reformation is Celebrated— St. 1'iiul'ij Lutheran congregation celebrated the festival of Reforma. tion Sunday. Children of the school sang Fear Not, O Little Flock, the Foe, and, Praise Ye the Lord. They also answered the Reformation questions. he YELLOW PENCIL with the DBAND Girl's Arm limlly Bruised— RoKClla Voiglu fell last Thursday from the corn wagon and hurt her arm. ft was thought at first the arm was broken, but it was found that there was only a bad bruise. School Resumed After Vacation— The Whittemore high school and th presentation academy reopened school Monday morning. St. Paul's Lutheran, school is having Us corn husking vacation this week. __ ? ,,«,','" T "'Y';l ~«"f" n Raymond.' Vdlght, spent. Monday At Mrs. Waiter'ftollenfeldV north of Hobwtoh. * ' '*'. '« ' Tne 'Henry Kueck* family, of Lone Rock, yrere Sunday guests i a,t ;Arthur HeUiemvith's. Mr?. Kueck is a sister of Mr. Heidenwlth.. • •• The H.- S. Dnlleys nhd'^rri.';).'W. McCrefery visited lust week A\redn'6«V dny at the home of. Mr, .and), .M,rs., J..F. McCreery In Fondm . • , i> Mrs. Frank- Oi-oKan and little Son, TITONKAWIL HAVE8ERVI 3E JAY TltoHka. Oct. /27 — the American .Lejpl'on and 'Auxiliary In cooperation with the Consolidated school faculty, _ of Des- Motnes, spent Inst-week ti'tjnre planning/an Interesting public Elmo Barber's. Mrs. Orogan nml nrogr , lin fo r v AJmlstlce day. This program" will'be held at : the U. B. Mrs. Barber are sisters. George Hchultz has been InM' 'tip with u badly sprained wrist, recelv-. ed In too strenuous "work; nt the start of corn husklnft. , '••' Little Joan and. Beverly Hanseh accompanied Henry Behnke to Bancroft one day the past week to visit at Orvella Knutson's. Mr. and Mrs. , Albert Baas, Mum Sheparrt coliseum. A good speaker .will 'give Jin Armistice' day speech, and 'an/Impressive service will be glvoll the Legion, Its Auxiliary, a'nd the school. This'Is t»e first plibllr observances' of Armistice day In this community' because of the lack of a building previously In which to ac- Creek, were Sunday guests 'at Er- ™mmddate a crowd, nest Snagei-H. Mr. Bn.is Is a nephew r , )|m , r A ,, xn , ary w ,ll of Mrs. Saager. Oscar Polrot drove to Rochester. Minn., Thursday to visit Mi's. I'ol- rot, who Is In a Rochester hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Muerer and son Lucian spent Sunday at Nick Muerer's, Plover. Nick Is a son, Ituth Balgeman, Sheffield teacher, spent the weekend with her parents, the F. ,i. Balgemans. A boy was born last week to the August Klberts. Me has been named Paul John. The old lumberyard Is b'elng torn down, and plans have been made for rebuilding. Friends were guests nl an oyster stew at the Wm. Kitsch home Sunday evening. Margaret Berninghnus, West Bend, is working at the Kate Haag restaurant. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. ,1. Kochford sppnt last week with relatives at New Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob, Algona, spent Saturday at Arthur Heidcn- with's. Henry Behnke spent Sunday at Billy Knutson's, at Bancroft. Wm. Kelly was ill in bed last week with rheumatism. UNION M,-D, CLUB HEARS REVIEW OF HOUGHETON'S PLAY Union, Oct. 27 — Forty members md friends of the Mothers and Daughters club met for a one o'clock two-course luncheon last Thursday with the president, Mrs. Winifred Tergenson. Guests, were seated at small tables which were centered with calendulas. A social hour and i review of Stanley Houghton's ilay, The Dear Departed, by Mrs. Dana Paxson, a guest furnished other entertainment. Assisting hos- :esses were Mesdames Carrie Bourne, Mary Sarchett, Helen Vogel, Ethel Smith, irma Harvey, Norma Bailey, Minnie Sarchett, Luella Schenck, Kathenne Leason, and LiKiun Jones, officers for this year and the preceding year. Mesdames Bertha Sarchett and Sadie Gustafson will be hostesses November 5 when Mrs. H. is. Woodward, of Whittemore, a guest, will read a paper, Women of Russia. Jimmie and Merrill Moore and Howard Sarchett will furnish music. , Ex-Union \viiinan Loses Daughter.— Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril S. Wengert, of Las Vegas, Nev., are sorry to learn of the recent death of their 7-months-old daughter, Janet Sue, Death followed infections caused by intestinal flu. The baby, accompanied by her -mother and a nurse, had been rushed to a Los Angeles hospital when other treatment failed. The Wengerts lost their oldest child, a boy, a year and a half ago. Mrs. Wengert was Lottie, sister to Harry and daughter of C. n. Ward, Algona, and grew up in Union township. Members of the Legion Auxiliary units of Kossuth county will meet at Fenton next week Tuesday. Especially Interesting features of this meeting will be talks by the 8th district commlttcewoman, Mrs. Marie Standley, * of Boone, and Mrs. Eleanor Rutton, Kossuth welfare worker. Reports will ho given by the presidents of units at Algona, Burt, Bancroft, Swea City, Wesley, Lone Hock, Fenton, nnd TItonka, showing activities of each since the 'last county meeting held at Bancroft in August. A record-breaking attendance Is expected. Honor Holl Announced— In the TItonka high school students having an A In each subject are put on the A honor roll; a B In r;:ich subject places the student on the B honor roll. In the grades the major subjects count likewise. Those who were on the A honor roll were Edward. Boyken, 12th grade, Betty Budlong, 7th grade, and Muxlne Stott, 5th grade. In high school on the B roll are Edith Reynolds, Loralno' M. Peterson, 12th grade, Lester Eden and Donald Banta, llth grade, Helen Boed and Idadelle Tryon, 10th grade. High Cream Checks Listed— The .15 high cream checks for last month were Nick Heesch, $249.46; Warner Smidt, $115.85: A. .Schram, $1112.00; Robert Callies, $95.55; Bruno Sleeker, $95.20; John Koestler, $81.90; Chris Brandt, $78.75; John A. Harms, $78.75; Dick AVelp, $75.25; Mark Bacon, $74.71; W. H. Senne, $«",.80; Car! Waton, $65.04; Senus Isebrand, $63.70; Edw. Zwiefsl, 'SG3.35; H. P. Buffington, $63.04. Thirty- five cents was paid for butterfat for September. Study Diilr Hearw Tnlk— The Woman's Study club met with Mrs. Fred Wentz Thursday evening. Mrs. Henry Bruns had an interesting lesson on the deyelopment of buds and rings on trees In November, also on caterpillars and co- coon.s and fall bulbs. Mrs. Mary Oe.sterreicher helped with the lesson. A fine report of the district club convention held at Webster City was given by Mrs. Andrew Peterson. H. II. Tourney on at School— The high school is having a interclass basketball tournament. The junior high team played the freshmen Wednesday afternoon and the freshmen won. The freshmen played .the seniors Thursday night. Thu .score was 32-14 in favor of the seniors; The juniors lost .16 tlio sophomores Thursday night 14-12. The tournament will be continued next week. Other Whittemore News. Robert Braatz and son Herbert, Alvina Bruatz, Arthur Putz, Edna JJruatz, and Carl Talzmann, of Minnesota Lake, Minn., Arthur Zabel, Milwaukee, Wis., and Lillian Heidenwith were Sunday guests at Louis Braatz's. Herbert, Alvina and Edna are sisters and brother of Mrs. Louis Bruatz. Arthur Zabel is a nephew o Mr. Bitiatz. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker and two children, southeast of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjus- trum and two children and Harold Walker, of Hobarton, were guests at .). E. Walker's Sunday. Mrs. Kuecker, Mrs. Bjustrum, and Harold Walker, are children of the Walkers. The regular social evening was held last Thursday at St. Pauls Lutheran school. Cards were played, and a midnight lunch was served. Matilda Wagner won high; Delorea Klonck, low; Mr. H. W. Behnke, high, Roy West, Nashua, Minn., low. Win. Kiler, of Lakeside, Mich., visited last week with Whittemore friends. Hi.s mother, Mrs. E. B. Eiler, is in poor health, and is at present with a son at Orchard Place, 111. Mr. Eiler lias a summer resort at Lakeside. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Eisenbaeher have rented the former Schacht res Idence property, west of R. H. Fin nell's, and will make that place their home. Mr. Eisenbaeher Is employed at the Zumuch meat market. Clifford and Roy West, of Nashua, Minn., accompanied Elmer Maahs, to Whittemore the first of last week for a visit. Monday they left for Missouri where they will visit with relatives of the West boys. Verdell Lauritzen spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Wolfe, at Klemme. She was taken to Klemme by Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Lauritzen and Mrs. E. Schoonhoven. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brunner ftnd children, of Mason City, and Delores Finnell, of Rockwell, spent Sunday at the parental Robert Flnnell's. Delores teaches In Rockwell. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiflenwlth niece and nephew, Elnora and Sister Visits Mrs. Edith Heaven, Rochester, N. Y., came a month ago for an Indefinite stay with her sister, Mrs. Alfred Jergenscn. i From here Miss Heaven will KO to St. Petersburg, Flu., to spend the winter. Last week Wednesday evening Mrs. Alfred .lei-gen sen, her sister, Mrs. Heaven, and Mesdames Wm. Steelo, Dana Paxson, and C. H. Williams,, of Algona, were guests at a dinner and theater party given by Mrs. Frank Bandy at Britt. Other guests present were from Britt. Infant Daughter Is Dead— Patricia Lou, 3-months-olcl daughter of Mr;, and Mrs. Albert Davis, died Monday at the chilclrn's hospital at Iowa City. The baby had been taken there a week ago for treatment. The Davises, who have seven other children, are moving from the A. B. Schenck tenant house to A'gona. Other Union News. Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rich, is still at the Kossuth hospital following an appendicitis operation two weeks ago Friday. Walter was suffering from intestinal flu before the operation, and has had resultr ing complications. He is an eighth grade student at Dist. No. 4. Jerald Schenck returned to Dist. No. 4 school Monday following a 6-weeks absence caused by an operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Alfred jergenson wjll entertain St. Thomas' Guild of the Episcopal church this Thursday. South Cresco The M. & D. club will hold a Halloween social Friday evening at the W. H. Bosworth home. A commlf- tee will have charge of the program, ami will furnish pumpkin pie, and the hostess will serve coffee. Each woman Is to bring sandwiches and a covered dish. Mrs. Margaret Bosworth left last week for her home in La Juanta, Colo., after spending the summer here. She Is now visiting at points in Kansas. The Harry Sabln family and Mrs. Stella Sabin, of Algona, spent Sunday at C: L. Hiserodt's. L. G. Pool returned Saturday from Clinton after attending the Grand Lodge session of I. O. O. F. Steamboats passed at 2 a. m. and he was therefore unable to see them. L. G. waa reappointed district deputy grand master of Kossuth county. There were only 12 others reappointments out of districts In the state. He was asked about the health of W. C. Dewel and Dr. M. J. Keneflck. Auxiliary Will Meet Thursday— Members of the Legion Auxiliary here will meet Thursday afternoon at Wm. Ricklefs to make new and repair old garments for the local welfare riupply shelf. Carpet rags will be sewed to be sent to the U, S. Veterans hospital at Knoxville. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe will also give a study of the constitution and by-laws at this meeting. Adopted by Harold Jones— Mr. arid Mrs. Harold Jones, of Burt, accompanied • by Mrs. Roy Budlong, of Titonka, drove to Kansas City lust week Wednesday. They returned home Sunday afternoon with u baby bo.v which Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones adopted from a home there. Other Titonka News. Mrs. John Fisher, who was a delegate to the 'grand lodge for Re- bckahs, and John Fisher, represen tative to the grand lodge for the Idd Fellows, left last Sunday for Clinton, where they attended the grand lodge assembly In joint ses sion. They returned Friday night. Edith Budlong, who has been working In Hampton, accompanied by Ruth Gartner, of Rowan, were here visiting relatives Saturday and Sunday. Edith went back Sunday evening, but Ruth returned home Monday morning, friends taking her home. Jay and Roy Budlong, accompan led by Edith Mae Budlong who drove to Sioux City last Sunday afternoon, returned home Tuesday afternoon. Edith Mae visited Violet Slack who is attending college at Morningslde. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Mrs. Johnson's sister Elvina Danielson, and Mr. and Mrs. Antone Pann- ku drove to Alden Saturday evening for a week-end 'Visit with the Flick Davises, formerly of Titonka. Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Hansen, of Iowa City, visited here Friday en route to Minneapolis to attend the Minnesota-Iowa game. Dr. Hansen, physician, Is in charge of the Iowa players. Henry Butler, of Titonka, and Guy Biemmer, of Lakota, drove to Missouri hunting Wednesday. They report good luck so far and expect to be home sometime this week. Mrs. Antone Pannku entertained her bridge party Tuesday afternoon. Prize winners were: Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, first; Mrs. George Howe, second; Mrs. L. B. Larson, third. Kermit Larson, who has been working In a hotel In Clarion, drove home with a friend Saturday and spent the week-end with relatives. The R. C, Bal}s drove to Monroe, Wls., Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Walter Whitcomb. They returned home Friday evening. Mrs. Mildred Kpkesh arid Mrs. Harry Campbell and daughter, of Minneapolis, visited the M. S. Cravens over the Mr. an<J Mrs, Antone Pannkuk drove to Garner Friday evening to attend a birthday party for Mrs. Pannkuk's mother. Beulab Schutjer drove with friends to AppUngton Saturday ttvea'oVef. 'it-Mr*,' William , In major, operation,at the Forest City hospital la«.t Wednesday. She Is recovering. • • M«J. W, J. Dentori. left Monday night for Webster dlty to attend the eighth district Leglon-AUxlllary con- The senior 1 class 'entertained the high ' school and facility; at- a party Friday night at. the schoolhbUse. A large nUmber-from hero attended the Cy De Bruyn funeral at Woden Saturday afternoon. ' ' The; Frank Hoffs, .of Buffalo Center, spent-Sunday as 1 guests of relatives and friends here. The Ben H, Winters, of Minnesota, were week-end visitors at the W. 'J. Denton home. The Herman Rachuts and Hilda Pouelsen drove to Mason City Sat- urday^pn business. The Antone Sorensons, of Irvington, ''were visiting friends here Saturday afternoon. The Glaus Daniels, of Blue Earth, spent Sunday with Mr. ' Daniel's mother here. R. L. Krant and father, of Algona, were In Chicago lost week. SENEGA WOMEN AT LUTHERAN MISSION MEET Seneca, Oct. 27 — Many Seneca women attended the missionary federation meeting of the Forest City- Esthervllle circuit at the Union State Line Lutheran church, at Petersburg, Minn. In the forenoon the Rev. A. M. Mannas, of Jackson, Minn., conducted services. The Rev. Mr. Huseth, of Lake Mills, gave an address, Alaska Missions, ,ln the afternoon. Mabel Thorstenson, Chicago, gave a talk, The Privilege of Serving in the Church. Musical entertainment during the afternoon included a solo -by Myrtle Aasby and an Instrumental duet by the Misses Nasby. Knee Broken Open In Fall— Luverne Behrends, son of Ornie Behrends Sr., fell from a tree early Monday morning while helping catch chickens, and broke open his knee. Three stitches on the Inside and six stitches on the skin were necessary to close the gash. It Is feared that a muscle was severed. Mrs. Carrie Thompson In Visit— Mrs. Carrie Thompson, of Swea City, Is visiting relatives here. Last Thursday she visited at Millen Jenson's, arid Sunday she visited Mrs. Jennie Jenson till evening, when the George Jensons, of Ringsted, came and took her home with them. Woman's Hack Hurt In Fatl— Mrs. Charles Osborn fell from a ladder Friday while picking apples at her mother's home. When she fell her back struck across the ladder and was Injured, and she also received bruises all over her body. Pioneer Suffers from Stroke— Mrs. Mary Lynch, well known Seneca pioneer, suffered a stroke recently, nnd was reported very low Sunday. Jack Lynch and Joe Lynch are her sons. 9t.tl*.««e« '• 1 Mr*. Hobei-t S fiow»n4rt an tefand her h'usbalid apetft daS-'aftefnoort at th.8 Isadofej JBlaen> barth'home and whh 'other relative*, Amellft Arndorfer, ft. .JNf.t > cani^ home last week Wednesday from,a case she has been caring- for .for some time, Mrs. Be'nschoter,' of Algona. , i Marie Moen entertained a group Friday afternoon which was spent In playing bunco. \ Leo Immerfall, employed, at ;Mnaon City, spent Sunday at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip 'Immer- fal!. ' •, • Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanlg. and daughter, Marjorle Arm, accompanied by Loretta, Hanlg and friend; Irvan Alder, of Ackley, drove up Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hanlg stopped at the William .Arndorfer home, and the rest drove on to West Bend to spend Sunday. A number from here attended church services at the Catholic church Sunday at Wesley. Christine Elsenbarth, employed.at Algona, spent .Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Elsen- barth. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rahm Sr. visited Sunday afternoon at their daughter's home, the Philip Immer- falls. E. F. Rahm spent Sunday here with his family. He is at present employed at Ottumwn. The John"Wltte family, and the August Horig family attended the Herman Erickson family reunion Sunday evening at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olson,.north of town. The former Is a daughter of Herman Erickson. Charles Marso Is laid up with a seriously sore eye, which has become Infected. Ledyard (Held from last week.) The Rev. Mr. Steck, of Fairmont, held a meeting at Mrs. Ella Gelhaus's Sunday to consider a confirmation class for the near future. More than 20 boys reported to Coach Laurltzen this year for basketball practice, which should make a good team for Ledyard. The Methodist Aid met with Mrs. Blanche Jenks last Thursday. Forty- one lunches were served, and $7.51 was realized. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey, of Minneapolis, spent the week-end at Blanche Jenks' and Harriett Matzener's. Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Poppy, a son, Friday. Want Ads Horse Dies of Wire Cuts— Charles Osborn lost one of his best horses Sunday evening. The horse had been cut In the wire and was so badly injured that it died soon after being found. Aid Meets In CTinrcTt Basement— Mrs. Otto Wilberg will entertain the local Aid in the church basement next week Thursday instead of ut her home, as was understood last week. Other Seneca News. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wear, of Seneca, were pleasantly surprised last week Wednesday when their niece, Mrs. Lee Newton and family, Chicago, 111., drove In and visited them till Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Wilbur Richmond and baby daughter, and Mrs. Walter Richmond and grandson Bobby, visited at Charles and Wm. Osborn's last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jenson, the August Nelson family, and the George Jenson family spent Sunday at the parental Lewis Appelt home near Swea City. Marcus Arend, Seneca youth who works for the St. Paul Dally News, visited relatives here Sunday. Seven years had elapsed since he had visited here. Arthur Arend, former Seneca youth who lives with his mother in Waterloo, is husking corn at the Henry Klein farm. The Chan Dalley family, of Algona, spent Sunday at George Goetsch's. The Goetsches and Dai- leys are cousins. The Rev. and Mrs. Sande' and niece, Ruby Osmundson, visited their daughter Pearl, at Forest City, last Thursday. A large crowd attended the Willing Worker's society entertainment at Mrs. Anna Osborn's Saturday. Confirmation services' will be held In the Lutheran church November 8 commencing a-t 10:30. The Paul Saxton family, of Fenton, spent Sunday at Lawrence Saxton's. Clarence Osborn was ill last week Four Corner* ROOMS AND APARTMENTS TO rent.—Phone 21. 10p7-8 LOST—WHITE SPITZ DOG.—Call 775-J, Everett Lee. 8p7 WANTED—GENERAL housework. Experienced.—Box 78, Ottosen. 7p7 '"OR SALE OR EXCHANGE, Poland China boar.—Clinton Sampson. p7 MONEY; TO LOAN ON FARMS and town property.—W. C. Danson. 10p5-S FOR SALE — FRESH COWS AND heifers. J. p. stow, Burt, Iowa. HOp 6-7 FOR SALE—ONE YEARLING PO~land China boar.—Frank Hofius. 10p7 FOR SALE—2 YEARLING Poland China boars.—Robert Loss, phone 20F31. . Uu6tf r^-l'V'H' - - Ji^a^^ATtian^l' ^^^^S^^rrSSsssssss^ iiscellaneous BUS ' N KS i 1 used Majestic Range, very good shape $25.00 1 used Monarch Range Like ne> $45.00 1 used Vacuum Cleaner $15.00 Big allowance this week on your old stoves or circulating heaters. THE ENTERPRISE LINE None better Easy terms. BJUSTROM'S Algona Hobarton HOW ONE WOMAN LOST 20 ^POUNDS OF FAT LOST HER PKOMINENT HIPS- DOUBLE CHIN—SLUGGISHNESS ' Gained Physical Vigor— A Shapely Figaro. If you are fat—first remove the pause! ' • Take one half teaspoonful ! of KRUSCHEN SALTS In a glass of hot water every morning—In 3 weeks get on the scales and note how many pounds of fat have vanished. • Notice also that you have gained In energy—your skin is clearer— you feel younger In body— KRUSCHEN will give any fat person a joyous surprise. Get an 85c bottle of KRUSCHEN SALTS from E. W. Lusby or any leading druggist anywhere In America (lasts 4 weeks). If this first bottle doesn't convince you this is the easiest, safest and surest way to lose fat—your money gladly returned. Phone Mo. 12 •HELYIjTcT i I'liysldun and Office in Postolnce Phones: Office, 197; res I)H. W. I). A\DRf*n1 OsteopathIc Physicianand!' Eye, Ear, Nose, and Thn Office over Huh Recreation's Phones: Office, 187; re: ...I. H. A. EVAX$,l*tl For Iliudicriii}-' unil flbslHi Over Borchartlt's Drug S|L Residence phono 312, o[tictj| Algomi, Iowa. UK. H, .]. TIIISSEX' Palmer Graduate Chlropn Thirteen year's successful Office over State's C& First—in the dough. Then in the oven. You can be sure of perfect bakings in using— FOR RENT — (i-ROOM MODERN apartment on ground floor.—Call 35G-J. ^ iou7 FOR SALE—S MONTHS old Short- I horn bull.—John H. Reid, Algona | phone 19F22. KG WANTED—WASHINGS, any size, $!•—Mrs. Sweet, 4 blocks west of hospital. io7 FOR SALE—BUICK SIX SEDAN; priced to sell.—Mrs. E. J. Skinner, phone 07, FOR SALE—OLD DUROC THOR- oughbred male hog.—Arnold Gade, Whittemore. 10p7-9 FOR .SALE — POLAND CHINA boars and Shorthorn bulls. W. H, Rledel. Phone 19F2 13p6-7 FOR SALE — CABBAGE 2He A pound; kraut cabbage Ic pound.— L. O. Poole, 'phone 18F4. I2p7 FOR SALE—PUREBRE'D^ieTeford herd animal. A good individual.— Herman Carlson, Wesley. 13u6-7 FOR RENT — ONE SMALL AND one medium size house. — R. H Miller, Examiner in Charge. 14 U 7 FOR SALE—SPOTTED POLAND ^boars, immune; $10 till November lo.—Kern & Lowman Bros., Ban- croft - 15P7-8 SALE—HOUSE AND TWO lots; will take as part payment farm equipment.—E, A. Hansen, B -i!i 15p7-8 WANTED—HATCHERY FLOCKS for 1931 hatching season, except White Leghorns. — Write Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. (j utf WHO IS RESPONSIBLE? WHAT would you pay for denatured Alcohol if it were not sold in 163 Gamble Stores at 4-lc? . j>j. 7 NOTICE-ALL KINDS OF repair*: ing BO cents per hour, parts and accessories, new and used tires — Walbm-g Garage, phone 13S or see Swfi " f 23p7 BAKING POWDER SAME PRBCE FOROVER4O YEARS 25 ounces for 25c MILLIONSOF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT I o w a (Helti trojf\ last week.) The P.-T. A. of Union District No. 7 held Its first meeting of the year at the Noble. Mitchell home Friday evening. A short program and business meeting was held. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Ed Genrich Is teacher. There will be a box social 'and program at school No. 7 known as the Arthur Cruikshank school, next week Wednesday. The school is located two miles north and a mile west of Hobarton. Mrs. Ed Oenrlch to teacher. The Good Hope Sunday school choir met last week Tuesday evening at the Arthur Cruikshank home This Is the first meeting of the new conference year. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Holstrom and daughters, lone and Hazel, of near Stanhope, spent the week-end visiting at the A. C. Bjustrom home. These two families, and the C. w. BJustroms, of Algona, the Harold Ifueelltere, of near Whittemore. and Mr- and Mrs. Q. A. Bjuatrom were entertained at Koy Bjustrom's, at Hpbarton, one evening. old enough for service- Po- and China boar, yearling, from C J Houseman herd, Armstrong Pedigree furnished. — Frank Reifboff phone 2CF3. "a 78 WANTED—MAN WHO IS*lNTE!U- ested in a good steady job. Must be able to furnish truck; also have good personality and ability.—inq U i re Room C hotel Thursday between 9 a \VOMBN ADORE ful matched walnut. Australian Lace Wood and - 31-7 TO BE IDLE_Any ene"*: i) can aeii w,. ,.,4',. ™_i , getic man can sell War<?« lisbed Household and fS-m Necessl ties of proven merit and enjoy a Winona, Minn. Established "" Make your fuel dollars go further. luvest them in pur good clean Iowa coal. Priced to save , you money. Car due October 30. Why not call us today? W, E, NAUDAIN Phone 913 LOANS $800 or less obtained qwickiy on Furniture, " ' and Wve Stopif. .•*.»»»*»• •* paid "py small equal monthly payments. Qur new payment extension plan protects YQU when sick or out of employ tnent. MONEY FOR TAXES'AND SCHOOL For immediate »ervlce, <*U write w phone CJpCHAM_iUCY Cv* Dei *ol»e« ^4-wj ^ss** DOCTOR Office M. J. K .1. N. Kc Off! Phones Algona Office Phones: Algona, Iowa CH i ROPR ACTORS! VETERINARY! L. IV. FOX Veterinarian '* West State Street, Algol. Phones: Office, 475-W.; resj BUILDING COXTRAC COWAN Si SOX l| General Contractors Estimates Fun Phones: Business, 63i)-,l; MACHINISTS 31 NORTON MACHINE 1VOII Machinists nnd WeMe«:l Service Stock on :j)J Piston Rings, Pins, and I West of Courthouse Pl«| PRODUCE SWIKT & CO>tPAM|J Cash Buyers '^f Poultry, Kgirs, and HM| Matt Lamuth, 5fer. ;J| Phone 264. ' INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY S INSUHASCK ASSOCU Over $15,000,000 worth of In force. • A home coim secure. J. 0. Paxson, THE AUiOXA ISSUBiJC AGENCY C. B. La Hurrc Al -™ Reliable Insurance SenWJ Phone 55 ' City Property Loans. Fara Insurance. Real 107 W. State St. • ' JOK .-T--!'. • . New and used Auto i Tires and'Accessor.™ Hides, Fur ana n<»'| Aljfona, low* Dray and Long Distance '. Every load ., against loss ; an* age of all kiM E ped to do all -r™ hauling and drftyl»|| PH05B 8»8 .1 Algona, low* | MIMEOGi

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