Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1931 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 19, 1931
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1 ** t ^f vt l l IN ifUIVEHNE KOaSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALtJONA, fOWA South Cresco Girl Married in College Chapel at Ames nna9 lum ?:45 to be hekl at next wc«it Friday nuisle by bu- Die on Third, Ahi ah Amerl- Abraham Ride 'Em h">i V|Td"stoddard;' Dramatic, L Brown; Bobby Shaftoe, God Remem- eri Mickey's 'schHbner; clarinet gwenaon and Richard ma, Biff Perkins To- Bobby BIglngs; Jim- Barle Hanselman; pay, Evan Llchty; Sadie, second daughter of Mr. arfd Mrs. U A. Potter, and Clarence E. Gardener, of Bancroft, were married Saturday at 10 a. m. In the little college chapel in the Memorial Union building on the Iowa State college campus by the Rev. o. I-t. I Cessna, college chaplain. The couple were attended by IAI Ella, sister of the bride, teacher at otho, and B. R. Alderman, of Omaha, student. The quartet attended the Ames- Drake football game, and spent Sunday In Des Molnes, returning that night to Algona. After two weeks they will be a.t home on a farm near 'Bancroft. The bride was a student of Iowa State last year, and MARKET ADVICE GIVEN TO 83,000 BY F. B. THREE DEATHS ARE RECORDED AT BANCROFT of Real Estate, Betty Daddy's on a. Diet, Gene- .3- Assisting Uncle Joe, h ,'music by grade,boys' 'S'D Goeders, of Algona, ""ie"critic judge. ...Ten and 15 j wilt be charged^ ; : ••• • : program Enjoywl— taught school. at Soneca. Consolidated Agriculture economics tlon concerning InCorma- more profitable management of farms, price outlook and marketing were presented to more .than 83,000 people at 2105 meetings and conferences last year by extension specialists of ^Devastate college and by county agents. The extension service and Farm Bureaus are ket products helping fanners mar more efficiently by .foe ISngoaser, Matt Nemmers, &, .1. Srhllti!, N.' B. Sclitlt/., Barney Brink, i ,-i.nd Frank Schommel. Bancroft, Nov. -1.7—Funeral vlcos for Mrs. John Lynch Snrvi«(!s Held for Mrs. l>c>lin— Monsignor ,T. D. FiHch officiated at the funeral of Mrs. .John Delm lust Thursday mornnlg at 9:30. Mrs. Dr'im died at her homo a week, ago sel °- ! Monday aftw several months illness wore j with nnnoer. She was n patient at held last week Tuesday at HI. John's Kossiith hospital for some Catholic church hero, nnd liuriiil was made nt Ht. John's tlmo, ;iml then she wns taken to St. Miiry's. at Uoehestfir, where she un- comclery. i ,j cnvpn t iln operation. Katherlne Mrs. Lynch died at the honm of her i Tlnlner was horn-In ISfiB in Austria, son Joe a week n^o Sunday, she i''' llnB " rJ> ' nn(1 flt the .'IRC of 33 emi- hud suffered a stroke two weeks be- i fore and had been hedfiiHl. ! Mrs, Lynch WHS born In liurjf June 11, IS53, nnd nt the HBP ' kiwrenop. of Denver, Colo., Martin, 01' four she moved with her parents!" 1 " I ' (J « lsvl «« 1 . Ky., Frank, Mrs. Dick to RidKOwny, Wis. Kho nmrrled Bol ' K ' Mrs ' Ant -» n Kollasch, Oregor grated to this country, and was married the same year. She is the ! mother of nine children, two of Shells- whom are dead. Surviving are ^^^^H-attend^ ,t Ever Peace, was acted ' - Edward fclnde- Bigings, soldiers, Charlene Gwenetha Hanselrrinn as jones as War, cnson as render, Murray, . Armin yulahmae and Llchty aa Marie Scrlbner as Red Cross ace. "and Ruth Llchty as Peace. Mr. Pickett brought out , facts in his speech that were am*. One was that every „ the U. S. could have a with a $200 radio, a machine, '$1,00 Ironer, I'Tiooo" automobile' and $3500 [ in the bank for the financial i war. ; • . following lessons can be from war, the Rev. Mr: said: First', that there is no „ glory, or chivalry "in any ['second, all wars are' financial third misguided patriotism . than no patriotism; fourth, ,..L made In any war are' not lent to offset the tremendous .4 accrued. fer can be outlawed by establish- jneans of communication to se- I arbitration, and by. continually out peace propaganda. * \ )cal welfare committee, com- ot the Rev. -Mr. Long, Mrs. Look, Mrs. William Baddeley, i Skinner, and H B. Coleman, [he close of the' program, an- plans for receiving and touting contributions.. j Kooncc Goes to Omaha^— mds will be interested to learn A. J. I&once was remov- lunday from the Fort Dodge |cy hospjtal ito a 'hiospital (at Her condition became such vas necessary to give a blood fusion , last Thursday night, 'that she improved, so much [the trip to Omaha was decided The Rev. Mr. Koonce will i to resume his studies at the jical seminary and also be i spend part of hia time with ! hospital. •.,'..•. Shower Honors Bride— Mesdames Thomas and Henry Douglaas, of Algona, and Mrs.. Robert Runchey were hostesses at the Intter's home In Hobat;ton Tuesday afternoon at a shower for Velma Johnson Runchey, who became the bride of Fernley, oldest son of Mr. nnd Mrs. will Runchey, at Rock Island, 111., Saturday. The couple returned here Tuesday, and they will farm in this locality. The bride is n graduate of the Algona high school in June, nnd has been at the home of her mother, Mrs. A. J. Oibbs, at Iowa City, for a month. The groom attended Algona' high till his eyes and throat trouble caused him to discontinue, and he has been farming two years. The couple will reside with the groom's .parents. Forty attended the shower and advice, recipes and poems were written 'for the bride, who unwrapped her gifts. Present from a distance were Mrs. John Ulfers, Fenton, nnd Mrs. Victoi Applegate, Corwith. choosing the proper time nnd plnce to market, reducing waste and lex iienlng market costs, establishing grades and selling O n quality basis, studying market demands and by developing better business methods. Larger marketing units are being leveloped and sales are analyzed to determine the most profitable time and place to sell. Help is given in cooperative grain marketing, dairy narketing, poultry marketing, egg trading, wool marketing and to the Iowa State Brand Creameries. Assistance was given to 1255 farmers last year In keeping farm nc counts. County agents gave help to nn additional 3GB1 In summariz- ng and interpreting accounts, nnd to n»6 farmers in making inventory ind credit statements. . Other South Cresco. The M. & D. club was entertained last Thursday by Mrs. Helmer Bjelland, Algona. Tea towels were hemmed and a quilt started. A five dollar donation was made to the Mr. T,ynclvln 1.SS4, and four years later they- moved to Koranth county. Mrs. Lynch had boon ;i. resident : Kossuth county for M years, he was n lifelong member nt tho athollc church and a member of 10 Altar society. «Mrs. Lynch Is survived by three ons: Joe, with whom she mndn her ome; Dan, of Fenton, and Dr. ,1. I. Lynch, of Sioux City. Her only aughter died In 1512. Pallbearers vere Julius Bollig. H. J. Deiterinpr, J. Doleschnl, Albert Hulchlnson, and Art, of Swoa. City. She is also survived by her husband, 12 grandchildren, and a brother and sister. onica Reiter before her marriage, and they operate a cafe in Lakota. Other Bancroft News. Joe Lendway, Chicago, Is visiting his grandfather, A. J. Boyer, and his sister, Mrs. George - Doocy, at Swea City this week. The Martin Lange family, of Osakls, Minn., moved here Saturday and are matt- Ing their home with A. J. Boyer. Mrs. Lange Is a daughter of Mr. Boyer and her husband died a month ngo. R. K. Mutton and Joe Jenks attended a party at Algona Thursday evening given in honor of J. ' W. Haggard, who was married recently to Segrld Lavold, of Algona, at Con-' cord, Minn. Mr. Haggard is an editor at Algona; The Matt Jacobsons, of Zimmerman, Minn., are visiting at the John Potthoff home and at ' Tom Jacobsbn's. She is a daughter of Mr. Potthoff, and he is a brother of Tom. , The H. E. .lanvrin family 'spent Sunday at A. 3. DolejtehaJ'd. Clarence Janvrin and two' chl are making their home with Dbleschalfl. Allle "Meyers •visited friends' Ifc Carroll Sunday. Allte is employe*. in the grocery department at Ke»- nedy's. . ' Mr. and Mrs. Relnhard PotthoCt visited the latter's mother, Mr*; Gfc. Gerhardt, at Burt, lost week. Next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday the Advance will hold its second Cooking: School. You are cordially invited to attend. Four Corners program Pliimu'd— Icommunity program and social Ibe held next Monday night at iMethoQist church at: 8 o'clock. ; will be songs, drills and musi- [numbers given by members of iff of school teachers. An ad- i of 10 cents will be,charged. the program, .refreshments Ibe served by the official board. is the first program of , this I to be held in this locality and Flanagan boy's home, Omaha. Mrs George Spongberg was a guest and made a'cash donation to the treas ury. The next meeting is a county meeting in Algona, with the Worn nn's club hostess. This club hns a Christmas party scheduled for De cember 18 at Mrs. G. W. Brown's. A 4-lb. son was born last Thurs day to Mr. and Mrs. Clair Robinson residing in the Morgan tenan house. There is one other child, a son three. Mona Dunn is caring for household duties. Mrs. Robinson's mother, Mrs. AVill Brayton, of Burt, Is with them. • Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bakke n are parents of a daughter born last week. The third child, a boy ,was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Bruellman two weeks ngo. Mrs. Bruell man will be remembered as Clara Gerbe'r. Mr. and Mrs. Will Runchey went to Des Moines last week Wednesday, the latter to enter the Polyclinic hospital for treatment and removal of her tonsils. Mrs. Harry Sunding and children enjoyed a visit last week from her sister, Mrs. Harry Sheehey, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bngstrom, all of Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Funk at- A miscellaneous shower, sponsor ed by Mesdames Roy Bjustrom Fran la Teeter, Raymond Reid, and Clarence Bergenson was given a the former's home last week Tues day afternoon in honor of Haze Mitchell. The gifts were unwrapped by tho latter then lunch was serv ed. Miss Mitchell wns married t Edmund F. Larson Saturday. The Four Corner Mothers am Daughters club will meet thi Thursday with Mrs. Everett Wit ham. The opening song will be Thanksgiving Song. Roll call wll be answered by things to be thank !'ul for. A recitation will be give by Thelma Witham. A club quil is to be completed at this meeting iKrrrt IMnths (n j The Fred Plain family left Satur- Idny for their Hew hrtme at Orand | Rapids, Mich. Mr. Plath purchased j;i well-Improved 40-ncre ftirm close I to town this summer, and the i Plath family will live on this plane. | Mr. Plath worked for the Farmers' elevator here till they sold to W. A. Murray, and he had been employed ,, i by Mr. Murrny ever since. The Sun- .dward Droesslcr. nnd Joo Crowley. (] sr;hoo , honored Doro thy Plath Out-of-town relatives and friends t n t Tnurwllly evening and Dr. M. .T. Keneflck, of Algomi, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Umsted and 11. K. [jlndsey, of Fenton. working at the. elevator now. Itoeiiliir Daiico Draws Crowd— The C. O. F 1 . holds a regular dance and card parties at the hal every Monday evening. T^ast week the proceeds went for the benefit, of St. John's Athletic club, and a good crowd attended despite bad weather. Cards were played at 24. tables, and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy and Dr. Frank Thels won high in bridge, and Mrs, Charles Baker and Marvin Kellers, of will pla"y JIIIIII1ll!ll!ll!lll!!!!lll!llllllliinillllllllllH | -THIRD ANNUAL- I Feat her Party i American Legion Hall | Tuesday Nov.24 Vaskp won high in ",00. Britt, played, and they ! a KM In Monday. Mlcliuel Iionisrh Dies Sntnnlny— I Michael Lentscb died at his home Saturday morning .if tor several months Illness with heart, trouble. Funeral services were conducted by Monslgnor .T. D. Fiseh Monday morning at the St. John's church tit 9 a. m. The Lentsches moved to Bancroft eight 'years ago from a form near Swea City, nnd two'years later Mrs. Lentsch died. Mr. Lentseh was born In Austria. Hungary, March 10, 1S54, nnd married! Rosella Rapp there In 1877. They ; Attend ' WriMlnp Anniversary— came to Americii soon afterwards f The Joe Reiter family attended, and have lived in Iowa 4H years. Mr.j t ] 10 fj[th wedding anniversary of, .Lentsch is survived liy eight chil-1 the Wilbur Dales at Lakota Mondren: Mrs. Theresa Krapp and Jul-|(j ay evening. The Dales gave a six ins, at home, John, of Crookston.; O ' c iock dinner. Mrs. Dale was Ver- Minn.: Mrs. Mike Lentsch. of Fort Dodge; Henry, Comfrey: Mrs. John B. Schiltz, Bancroft; Ambrose nnd Ben, Swea City. Pallbearers' were 7 o'clock ATTEND TOO KITS' 0 THE ADVANCE FREE = TfES., § EVERYBODY WELCOME { 1 Plenty of games for men, women and children. I More turkeys, geese and ducks than ever before. I Come, Win Your Thanksgiving Turke^ !l!!!l||||l!!lffl!l!l!!l!l!!l!l!!!1!!!l!!!H!U K For women Outing Gowns A remarkable low price for these flannelette gowns _ Lower in price Jersey Bloomers Excellent quality yarn, rayon stripe, cut OQf* full and roomy- fcww Special Purchase Standard Percale Attractive patterns good weight, fast color print cloth— in Here's a value Stitched Batts 3-lb. size, soft; fluffy, bleached cotton, at a low price— Extra Special Sugars - Creamers For the November sale. Green glass colonial style sugars & creamers, sets _ For men Flannel Pajamas Coat and slip - over styles in quality plan- nelette. Priced at $1.49 and ___ The BIG November Sale Continued This Week invited. \ , Draws Crowd—: filled house greeted from Renwlck at the the plist church Sunday evening. were 30 boys und girls under [leadership of Prof. Schwab, ot ite r City. The . local choir ! several selections, Miss Yula- J Murray sans a solo, -Mrs. Bad- save an instructing 1 :;talk on ana the .orchestra played i selections. . ; : Association >Ie«*»— i Cemetery association met last tended the funeral Monday of .the latter's sister-in-law, Mrs. Bierstedt, at Whittemore. The marriage of,Sadie Potter and Clarence Gardener at Ames Saturday was announced over radio station WOI. v Mrs. John Fraser returned last week after a few days at the home c£ her sister, Mrs. Andrew Reding, ut Bode. ' Marin Brandow, teacher at No. 4, Whittemore township, held a successful social last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Potter spent Sunday at their daughter's, Mrs. Victor Applegate's, near Corwith. R E. Morgan is able to be out again following an illness. Pneumonia was feared for a time. Mrs. Carl Brown entertained the Embroidery club last week Wednesday. • The Charles Runcheys moved to Algona Monday. Take advantage of these Graham Greater Values featured in this store every day this Week.* at Mrs. Gus^ Boessler's. lent Mrs. Fred Sfeussy read tide on the work of'the as- |'lon, after which a social after* dish next was spent. A covered icon was served, The will be held the second "toy of December V 'with. Mrs- I Wolf as hostess. 5lee Club Has Party— Girls' glee club gf the | high school held the first of _ of parties at the home ot. ha Jones Friday, night, AH 'o of thn 23 members were "'• Thanksgiving games, plan' a committee, and music f ur- the evening's entertninmant, committee served popcorn d apples. Henry Putzke was (Hostess • J" es(J ay club last yeek. Tues- Thanksgiving recipes were - response to roll call. Mrs. Baddeley spoke on the 1 0' George Washington; Mrs. • Godfrey, accprnpanied by " U W, enterUlnea vyith a eolo. Refreshments NOTICE TO CBEDITOBS OF E. 8. EL18WOBTH AJ(D B. M. ELLSWORTH. The undersigned has been appointed as Trustee in the Assignment made by B, S. Ellsworth and D. M. Ellsworth for benefit of cred- °t j lease file itemized claims duly verified in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, Algona, Iowa, on Lu or before the 22nd day of January, GAYLORD D. SHUMWAT, . • . Assignee. J. J. Club had an -enjoyable B M rs. Ed Dehnert, #1-9. r* "at gave a demonstration^ 911 lhL ma e <Jesi *' P ad! *. F6urJ«?n ^ and two guests. Mr* Cwl o« Cedar Falls, wer« present. , 'y the hostess. ser at ibor n 10 ganfw4 a ws»k ago SAtHrdajN, •Basou^Mfl " her mother; Mre. Brinq alonq your radio Kibes and TESTED BEN'S RADIO SERVICE Quality Garments At a Low Price Winter Coats $9.90 Newest Materials and Styles Carefully selected styles made of fine wool Senta, Chonga, Trico, smart art tweeds and fur fabrics. Expertly tailored and trimmed with big, good wearing fur collars and cuffs. Newest colors in sizes 14 to 46. ' Fashion is the Keynote of These men's Smart Winter Coats at Women's Smart |M A S> * **• BLANKETS Our greatest showing of Never in our history such values. Never before such low prices in a November Sale. Sheet blankets, featured special 66x80 blanket part wool — Plaid blankets 72x80 size __ Beacon double blankets 80x90 69c 2.19 2.69 3.69 80x90 double blankets,' spec, Single- blankets 4 i part wool — 1 • Crib blankets are now 'Beacon' Ombre plaid blankets 3.89 39c 'You'll find quality in these PRINT CLOTHS Featured >at 14c New patterns for your new frock or aprons! Special purchase Stamped PILLOW CASES a pair A gift of embroidered cases will be appreciated. New low price on AH Linen TOWELING a yard I8c til n e n toweling, brown & bleached 18 inche^ wide. Here are extra savings for you! Misses, Women's new fall DRESSES That are smart, • yet cost only $7.95 Sport and Dress Styles Not in years have we been able to come anywhere near such values as ;we are offering now. For such notable fabric qualities as we are now featuring in these dresses at $7.95. Come early for the best, "buys." You'll be most agreeably surprised Smart. Clever. Winter Dresses A MISSES' Leatherette JACKETS - $5.69 Stagger beltea models in two colors, red and green, 16 to a* CHILDREN'S WAIST UNIONS - 49c Take aarautage of this •^vj^ 0 prices, sizes 2 to IS years* OUTING FLANNEL, A YARD • A low priced outing in dwk «"»* «8 nt terns, GOOD HOSIERY That's what you want, that's the kind we sell. Whether it be inexpensive cotton, fibre silk, or pure thread silk. low 12ic pat- _ RAYON UNDERGARMENp, E^cli 39c, *»*«&& ffttffi FLEECE LINED JACKETS 220 W li& faced denini jackets, blanket W»ed, full cut Child's ings for school- Pure thread silk stockings _ Women's fleece etockings- 15c 49c 79c full silk stockings .- Smart looking, well tailored wash frocks Rayon and wool stockings. Women's all sill chiffon stockings First quality rayon stockings Women's ribbed stockings, black 49c 98c 25c $1.98 MISSES'UNION SUITS - - 89c Cream tint, rayon stripe, part wool unions, si*- , es 6 to 16 years , WOMEN'S FLEECED UNIONS - 79c Never before have such values been offered, not only in quality Imt price as well. MEN'S FLAT FLEECE UNIONS Fine quality long sleeve in silver gray, weight garment. MEN'S RIBBED UNIONS - Medium weight cotton ribbed units, lo»f sleeves, ecru color, CHILDREN'S COATi, % to 4 TRS, P^l Chinchilla coats for liWle tots. wi0 matdi, «re 1&W priced- CHILP^S VA Uew styllw* 8 r^^- lNT£%4*#,

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