Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 19, 1931
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One Paige Coupe 1930 Ford Coupe One Model T ForcTpick-up box. One model A Truck with grain box. One truck grain box 6x9 feet. Automatic control hot water heaters for Chevrolet cars at a low cost—$15 installed. KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 200 EIGH 8T I LAKOTA JDENTSIN ECLAM TILT AH gohlsseJ w*nt Auck- J&tttlft* at Spirit Lak« Saturday and report White s Grocery Extra Specials for Thursday - Friday- Saturday 2 Ibs. fresh Peanut Brittle 19c 3 Ibs. fresh Ginger Snaps 25c 2 Ib. package Libby's Prunes ______ 19c 5 Ibs. best Wahkohsa Lard 58c 10 bars Swift's Naphtha Soap 27c 2 cans No. 2£ Pork and Beans 25c 2 cans No. 2_ Pumpkin _____-_--- 19c 4 cans large Milk 25c 2 large bottle Catsup 22c ABC Jell Powder, pkg. 5c Oxydol, large pkg., 2 for 33c Cheese, Wisconsin Cream, Ib. 18c Study this Chart It Gives You value of coffee is determined bj flavor. Th«fl«Tor of coffee, science has determined, comee from in aromatic ail known as caffeol. Recently, the Van Cleve Laboratories food charoirti, analyzed the caffeol content of teren nationally known coffee?. Th? chart below shows the relative caffeol content of these iteven coffees. Note that one coffee — Nash'iToarted Coffee—contained from 11% to 60% more flavor than the other six brands. 11% to 60% more flavor! Don't be deceived by prices! You want coffee favor, not flavorless grounds. Insist upon Nash's Touted Coffee! * » Rilitive Amount of Caff«ol (flavor) in Sivin Nationally Known Brands of Coffee, as Determined by Van Cl»v> Lrtoratoriei. Bale «f bar* a* 0.060% B %COU«I *«•« • *: A A 25e b»lk coffe« .. B A 19c p«per bag cofle* . C A popular slip top container coffee D A nationally knoxn rac««w packed ««ff*« . E Ava^uro p«cke4 coffee populyyMl of t«»Miiiiwti' W A hijdir«4« vacuum packed «pfM - Lakota, Nov. 17 — the high school declamatory contest was held Friday evening at the school auditorium with a good crowd present. The Rev. Mr. Johnson, Dr. Williams, and the Rev. Mr. FrerkbiB' were judges. The high school orchestra and the boys and girls' glee clubs furnished music. There were two In the oratorical class, Blllle Ley and Virgil Smith, with Virgil win ner; two In dramatic, Dorothy Cle mans and Beth Hamquist with Dorothy winner; and four In humorous, Marie Kline, Leland Thaves, Donald Worley, nnd Mildred Barger, with Marie as winner. Virgil Smith won first over all, and will have his name engraved on the silver cup. TrniniiiK School Is HeUl— Muriel Body, H. D. A., held the first training school for the women's F. B. local leaders last week Tuesday at the Frank Lewis home southwest of town. Seven leaders from Ledyard township and four from Lincoln attended. This lea- son was on reflnlshlng furniture. The forenoon was spent studying ways and means of doing the work, and the afternoon in removing paint and varnish from a number of pieces of furniture among them two old fashioned high back rockers and one chair, all black walnut that will also be recaned, one very old ladder .-r- Prisollla club members entertained their husbands at » TOrty al deorgo Heetland's last Thursday. Grandpa W«lse was quit* sick last week but IS reported Improving, He Is past 90 years old. The C. R. Smiths attended the funeral _of a friend at Dows last week Wednesday. . " : A. C. Schissel entertained his parents, the J. P. Schlssela, of Minneapolis, last week. Dn and Mrs. Williams moved into their new home on Graham street last week, . Mrs. A. T. Buckels has been sick for the past week. d— We have less faith in stars than in the calendar and the calendar tells us that winter will be here almost before we know it. The business of P. S. NORTON & SON is to keep you warm and comfortable, and in good health by furnishing you with the highest grade of coal. Be wise, BUY IT NOW. Call Algona 229. ANTHRACITE A BITUMINOU5 back chair with a dresser drawers, etc. rush bottom, C. R. Smith Go«s West— C. R. Smith went to Mason City Sunday where he took a train for California. His mother Is ill there with asthma, and he expects to take her to Phoenix, Ariz., where it is hoped the climate may prove SAVING HINT PRIZE WINNER AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Nov. .17—Twenty attended the Embroidery club meeting last week AVednesday at Mrs. Carl Brown's. Roll call >vas answered by household hints, with Mrs. Allle Brown winning the prize for giving the best. Mrs. Brown informed the other members that if dry slices of bread or dry fried cakes are placed In a paper sack In a warm oven a few moments they will become fresh. The club recently sent 30 quarts of fruit to the orphanage at Council Bluffs. The next meeting will be held at Loren Brown's December 9. Missionary Ten This Week— The Missionary society will hold the annual November 'tea this Friday afternoon. A special program consisting of a Missionary play by members of the society, music by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, and solos by Mrs. _, GAMES TAKEN BYLEDYABD Ledyard* Nov. it — Leaynrd pl«V eil Its first basketball games o£ the season inst week Tuesday evening. Games were .scheduled with Rodman, but because of a corn picking vacation the team could not come so games were secured with Rake. The local girls won 44-13. The lineup was' Alice Moulton, Anita Gel haus, forwards;'Elva O'Keefe, Alice Weaver, guards, Lydia Logemnnn Ernm Barslow, centers. Alice Moul ton scored 41 points. Ledyard boys won 21-14. The boys' team consists of Elmer Zlelske and Elmer Jun- kermler, forwards, Roland Gable, center, Walter Miller, Jerry Barnes, guards. Mr. Vandermler, of Tlton- ka refereed. The scheduled' follows: Nov. 17, Titonka there, boys and junior high; Nov. 24, Bancroft here, boys and girls; Dec. 1, Llvermore there, boys and junior high; Deg. 4, Swea City here, boys and Junior high- Dec. -18, Lone Rock there, boys and girls; Dec. 22, Lakota here, boys and junior high; Jan. 8, Seneca here, boys and girls; Jan. 1», Rlngsted here, boys and girls; Jan. 19 Titonka here, boys and junior high; Jan. 22, Swea City there, boys 4T&1* nun *»»•"• —:•, t hufiday ei?enin*, Ited at ,,V..;*A, Barretts' Ed Christ fatally spent last Week Wednesday and Thursday at H The r Methodlst Aid 'meets this Thursday with Mrs. D. B. Mayer, this rlu , . rettirnedVtb her work " ' the p, AlgontUlakt '»£ k bdy,\Wrtl 'Saturday, are fceece family was in A*t«NI» TUB ADtAKCB PEfcK COOKING SCHOOL NKXT WKfcK MONIUY, WEDNESDAY built up „ mimeographing. * r * In the bacit jealous, bfci'aiisw "-•" qulckei' e Job. ntitomatie i IHCI, _ '" "'I »'"*'. *">h I around It tor sj, '!," ™«* Kirl for niim ""' "" iferfc and rii.si HE COULDN'T BETTER TrANN ORDER HIS ME*' WINTERS COAL. WGHT NOW AT LOW PRICES FROIA 'NoU ARE GOING TO AaiDV 5UMOF MONEY THIS MONTH AS THE POSITIONS OF VENU5 AMD JUPlTBR INDICATE beneficial. He will stay there with her for some time and then will go to New Mexico, where he spent part of last summer for his own health. He found the climate there improved his health very much, and expects to stay about a year hoping to receive permanent improvement. Acorn Club Is Entertained— Mesdames Claire Prei'king, Ethel Smith, Doris Ukena, Leona Heetland and Olga Wortman were hostesses at a one o'clock luncheon to '24 members of the Acorn club last Thursday. After luncheon a program was given. Mrs. Lola Hamquist and Mrs. Grabau, music committee, asked Violet Frerking to sing and she responded with Trees, and gave two pianologues. Mrs. J. Ukena was accompanist. Mrs.- Gertrude Schissel gave a book review of Judith Paris, by Hugh Walpole. At Brotherhood Meeting— The Rev. P. O. Johnson and A. Q. Smith attended the Algona District Brotherhood meeting at Algona last Casey Loss, Algona, v will be given. A 25c supper will be served In the annex after the program. AH missionary barrels are to be turned in on or before next Friday. Team linns Away In Field— A. McLean's team, which he was driving '- while husking corn Monday, ran away when they became frightened at a spotted' pony which Lewis Scheppman was riding. The team ran to the opposite end of the field, then circled back toward the starting point. They were caught without ,much trouble and little damage was done. School Program This Week— The Irvington school will give a program at the schoolhouse this Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. After the program Pauline Black, teacher, -announces there will be a pie social. Women are to bring the pies, and lunches will be served for 15 cents. 31st Wedding Date Observed— lllgll, *)<***• ffft «-*" **** " . . and Junior high; Jan. 29, Renwick here, boys and junior high; Feb. 2, Lakota there, boys and junior high; Feb. 5, Lone Rock there, boys and junior high; Feb. lliG, Elmore there, boys and girls; Feb. 23, Bancroft there, boys and girls. Attend Meeting at Algona— Leon AVorden went to Algona last Thursday with the Rev. Mr. Johnson to attend a men's meeting. In the' evening Mrs. Mayer and Marjorie Mrs. Knoner, Mr. ang Mrs. Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson attended the meeting and heard the famous tenor, Mario Ca- pelll, sing. Mathematics Club Organized— A mathematics club is being organized in high school by Harold Granner, mathematics teacher. Fifty pupils have joined. There c.ve many tricks and twists in mathematics thait -are \?ery interesting. Th'fly will endeavor to learn some of these and solve puzzles, etc. THE WHOLE COUNTRY IS TASTING . ..AND TALKING ARMOUR'S new STAR HAI WITH THE ASTONISHING FIXED FLAVOR * * THOUSANDS nre enjoying Armour's Fixed Fliror SUIT Hun. In every part of the country, people an saying: **If yon thought Star Ham was good be, fore, you ouffhf to toite ft nowf" True enough, Star Ham was always rap* .,. lativelv good. But we wanted it so far ahead of all other ham that there could be no eomparieon. Our revolutionary new"double-f» proceaa fixed that by giving every Star Ham a Fixed Flavor and by making d Star Hama uniformly tender, tasty, and tempting! Only those who have actually eaten , Armour's Fixed Flavor Star Ham can begin to appreciate how much finer this new Star Ham is. Go to your Armour dealer today and _ get a Fixed Flavor Star Ham. Armour and Company, Chicago. the Thursday for all three sessions, and the Harry Moes and Mrs. J. H. AVarburton attended the evening session. Mario Cappelll, concert singer of New York City, gave concerts in the afternoon and evening. He spends much of his time sir.g- iiif; at reiigious gatherings, ami it is a real treat to listen. Faculty Attends Institute— The local faculty attended state teachers meeting at Des Moines Thursday ami Friday. They heard a recital by Galli Curd, assisted by Homer Samuels, pianist, and Raymond AVilliams flueist, and addresses by men and women oC various states. rmour s Armour*t fixed Flavor Star Ham will be uted in •**• .Advance cooking tchoot next week. FIXED FLAVO! Star Ham Ledyard F. B. Has Meeting— The Ledyard township, general Farm Bureau ^meeting was held at the George Winters home Friday night and a good-sized crowd was present. After the business meeting the following program was given: community singing, talk by Postmaster Barger, song, jerry Ukena; talk by township President Hoi- comb, and a reading by Mrs. Winter. IKOIIII Girl Married Here- Peter Gremmer, of Wesley, and Tillie Engelen, of Algona, were married at the Presbyterian manse by the Rev. Mr. Frerking last Thursday afternoon. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knapper. The bride was dressed in blue satin. They will make their home at Wesley. . 40 to Give Music Recital— A Frerking music recital in which 40 pupils will participate will be given at the Presbyterian church Friday evening. There is no charge, but an offering will be taken to defray expenses. Bazaar Nets Aid $65— In spite of an all day rain the Methodist bazaar Saturday was a success, and the Aid cleared $65. The name quilt was sold to Pearl Estle. Other Lakota News. The E. R. Worleys, the John Smiths, and Miss Awe attended a meeting of Eastern Stars at Buffalo Center Thursday evening. The delegates from the convention at Cedar Rapids gave reports, • and a social hour and covered dish luncheon was held at the conclusion of program. Mrs. Frank Thompson and the Sam Warburtons, of Swea City, the Leon Wordens, the George Thompsons, the N. T. Nelsons, Mrs. Ben Mayer, and Mrs. Hd Knoner, of Ledyard, attended the Methodist bazaar and supper Saturday. 'Pearl Estle and Mrs. H. H. Pierce were at Mason City last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alrec Boeckholt were at Mason City last Thursday. Mrs. Joe Faulkner went down to care for little Harriet while they were gone. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Holt and Atler and Arlene Ryberg, of Iowa Falls, called at the H. H. Pierces 1 Sunday. Mrs. Holt is Mrs. Pierce's aunt and they were on their way home from a. visit at Fairmont. Lucy Carsen and Audrey Hastings, local school teachers, went to St. Ansgar Friday afternoon and spent the week-end visiting Miss Carsen's parents. They Returned Sunday evening. The Rev. Mr. Frerking and J. E. Ukena spunt last week Monday and Tuesday at Storm Lake, attending a ministerial and layman's retrea* of the Presbyterian church. Mesdames Frank Lewis, G. A. Amelsberg, Leslie Kahl, and W. M. Schroeder will entertain the Presbyterian Aid at a 35 cent supper this Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Raymore, of Albert Lea, spent the week-end visiting her son, Guy Beemer. Her husband came Sunday arid they di' ov e home in the afternoon. Mrs. R. Oswold, of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Harold Johnson and son Bobby were guests at Ed Underdahl's last week Wednesday and "Thursday. Genrich, Ed Underdabl a»d Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary Sunday. Dinner "guests in honor of the occasion were the Ralph Parsons family, Mrs. Russell Maxwell and son Bobby, .and Unice Thompson,'of Lu Verne. Alva Spurgeon B«tiiriis— Alva Spurgeon, who left here a year ago for Maryville, Mo., returned one day last week. He is now husking corn .at the AVm. Decker farm, nortii of Algona. AVhile in Missouri Alva was employed as boss on a grading gang. Other Irvington News. The Rev. A. English read the 23rd chapter of Luke as the Scripture lesson Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Patterson, of Cedar Rapids, preached Playlet Given a* Society— The AV. F. M. S. met with Mr. R. J. AVomack last week Tuesday. Mrs. Thompson gave a reading, Mrs. Moe gave a report on the district meeting held at Fenton, and a playlet Calico Mites were given. Mrs. Mayer led the devotional meet ing. S. S. Bake Sale Is planned— The Methodist Sunday school wll hold a, bake sale this week Saturday at 2:30 at Brack's store to raise money for supplies. A^iolet pingle's class is in charge. , Confirmation Class Meets— The German Evangelical confirmation class in charge of the Rev. Mr. Steck, of Fairmont, met at the George Hagge home last week Wednesday. Juniors Start Play practice- Juniors have started practicing their play, All on Account of Polly. Lower the morning sermon text, And He The cast includes 16 characters, and ' answered them nothing. Luke'23:9. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Funk attended the funeral services of a Mrs. Blerstedt at Whittemore this week Monday afternoon. Mrs.. Bierstedt was the mother of Mrs, Funk's brother-in-law, Theodore Bierstedt. The James Ards plan to leave soon for Hawarden, where Mr. Ard will be depot agent. Mr. Ard and Glen Hain were visitors at Hawarden Sunday. The Ed Smiths, of near Burt, Harold Frombas, Whittemore, Ted Harrs and relatives fronj Belmond were Sunday guests at M. de L. Parsons'. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker, and Mrs. Earl Miller were Fort Dodge visitors last week Tuesday. Mrs. H. R. Cowan, son Kenneth D. T. Smith, and Rob Smith, all of Algona, were- Sunday callers at M L. Roney's. The Aid will meet this Thursday afternoon at the annex. Hostesses will be Mesdames J. M. Cox and K P. Roney. Mrs. U. B. Frankl, who had beer spending a week with an Ml relative at Waterloo, returned home Saturday. the p'.ay is a dramatic comedy. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and he J. T. Welfares, and other rela- .ives attended a surprise party for Sam Welfare, of near East Chain, ast Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson, daughter Elaine, and Mr. and Mrs. iharles Hilferty spent the week-end in Mason City with Mr, and Mrs. Frank Perkins. Mrs. Duryea, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and three children spent Saturday and Sunday at Leon Worden and Ed Campbell's. . Ledyard has a good sanitary water supply. Two samples of water were approved by the state board of health.' Wilfred Barslow, Jack Welch, and Ben Mayer spent Saturday and Sunday at Washington lake fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes and children spent Sunday at Armstrong with Mrs. Barnes's mother, The Ed Halvorson family spent Sunday at Frost visiting Mrs. Halvorson's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Heffner, of Ti- Prices Mr. and Mrs. August Robison spent several days last week at the Fred Losey home near Burtr A FULL SIZE HOT AVATER heater will heat your car. There Is a difference' in 'size and heating ca pacity. Stores. Large size ^10.89. Gamble 24-10 When you want a bite to eat THE ALGONQUIN CONFECTIONERY — Serves Good — Home Made Lunches Hot and cold meat sandwiches, egg salad, olive nut, date nut, and other home made pies. Hot Chocolate and Good Coffee Next week for Thanksgiving we will have plenty of good home made ice cream, cranberry ice, orange sherbet, also brick ice cream. Home made candies, caramel dipped apples—everything to help make this National Holiday a pleas-r ant and joyous occasion. Yours for good service. THE ALGONQUIN CONFECTIONERY j, F, BimPPiR, ?roik East State Street. ,. Al§Qi*a, Iowa. GamblVt arc again the to annouce lower prices on tires. Jut* think . . . %w rnulw G * J Endur- MM* ... $3.9* lor • 19x4.40 . . . Cirrymf a lifetime fUMTMity, plvf our «UfinU« mH«- t • • •ft guaranty. GftJ Endurance tiros art •! first <H»li<y rabbtf ... first quality cor* Mi4 *i"t tHitlity Materials throufhout. ' Got this bit husky tiro, witfc *o non-skid troad ... Equip lor wintar at thaso now low pricos* GAMBLE STORES &

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