Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 19, 1931 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 19, 1931
Page 11
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lift KOS8T1TH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGdtf A, IOWA PAGE •s SERVICE WHITTEMORE WOMAN DIES AT NEIGHBOR'S sAXfe MONEY. IOTS. HEATING SERVICE The Right Coal wins, here. Alvlna, who are attending school Kdna, Herbert, and Er- ,mi , [. leanomlit by uilng Inf.nor u ,l*«y« eoth you mert, >•• ' lOTSFORD'S ».„. COAL l« .»h« m6it «eo- fc,l fu.l you e.n buy-fl]v« you HEAT p«r do»»' " - jit, nvti you njonty. •l • llurn It Right „ rtgulation of ,h««*ing «qutp.. |i ibioluUly ntcyiMry If you [to git tht most h««t from your lt'i Miter to do it right thin to » wrong, y«t, «»«ng« to lay, iptoplt loit • larg* percenter* hut value of thtlr coal, be- fiiiy do not burn It properly. Filmplf direction card thowi you [Save The Heat , «now melh from your r^of .and Ion the ground it it a-iur« sirn bnluablo HEAT it (iccping. Thti I h sometimes « much «i 40% in wilted homes. ATTIC INSULA- will prevent it—-I»«P . ^oqr he warm in winter — cool in turn, Remember, too, that STORM ORS and. STORM ,WI NDOWS <orr jtceisity in thit climate. It'i coctly / to do without them. (OTSFORD LUMBER tOMPANV JIM I'OOI., Manager Phone 256 Alg'ona, Iowa Whlttemore, Nov. 17—Mrs. Herman Blerstedt died suddenly Friday. Pauline Theresa Christine Blerstedt, nee Hedrlck, was born In Kelso, Minn., May 9, 1870. June 21 of the same year her parents Theodore and Wllhelmina Hedrlch brought her to St. John's, at Arlington, Minn., to be baptized by the Kev. Cl. Fachtsman, and she wa confirmed at Gaylord, Minn., In 188 by Pastor SClegler. July 21, 18!)3 she was married to Herman Blor stedt, % Whlttemore, by the Rov Klopsteg, of Henderson, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bierslcdt first made their home on a farm five miles north of Whlttemore. In the spring of this year Mr. Blerstedt bought a home In Whlttemore, and they moved to town to spend the remain- Ing years In comfort. Mr. Blerstedt was home alone, and wasn't feeling well. She went ver to a neighbor, M. F. Farrell's, .o call for help. Before a doctor ould reach her she died of angina pectorls. Mrs. Bierstedt was 61 years, six months, four days old. She Is survived by her husband, two sons Theodore and Walter, north o .own, a daughter, Mrs. Meta Burn- nghaus, West Bend, one sister, Mrs Emma Hopshleld, of Augusta, Wls. and six grandchildren. Two chll dren died In'Infancy. Lutheran Aid Elects Offlcem— Last week Monday the Luthera: Aid held Its annual meeting In th Lutheran school basement. Fou directors to the home office at Ap pleton, Wls., and officers for th local branch were named as follows O. J. Kloock, president; W. A Kusch, vice president; P. L. lesson secretary-treasurer. After the bu Iness meeting the evening was spei playing 500. Albert Meyer won hie prize and W. A. Rusch, low for me Mrs., Walter Struecker high and Edna Dau low for women. Herbert Zumach, Herbert Vaudt, and Herman Behnke were the entertainment 'committee and served lunch of sandwiches, cake, and coffee after the cards. _ 1081 Corn Grades >"<). a— ' George S. Elbert, who lives on the T. F. McGovern farm west of Whittemore, shelled a carload of this year's corn last week Tuesday and delivered It at the Kaschmitter elevator. He was greatly surprised to learn that it graded No. '2 exceptional at this time of year. Mr. Elbert has stfelled No. 3 corn for others this fall, which is also better than usual. Freshmen Make Dinrics— Freshmen in the English class of the AVhlttemore public school each wrote a four-day diary last waek. The cover was made of colored construction paper, and upon it was written My Diary or Day by Day. Ruth Vaudt took first and Erwm Koehnecke second. vln Briiatss returned Monday after- loon from Milwaukee, Wls., where they visited last week with relatives. John Simpson, son of Wallace Simpson, caught his »rm In the tumbling rod of a corn elevator and bruised It badly. The Arthur palmers, O f Dolllver, KpenL Sunday n.t the John Melne homo. Mrs. Palmer was formerly Ado Molne. Mr. mill Mrs. Ijawrenz Schu miieher, of Hweti. City, spent Sunday with Whltlcmiirc relatives and It-lends. Mr. and Mrs. LFO Walters and son Uurwtmd, of AlKorni, spent the week end at tlu> Mrs. .loo Walters home. Edwin (Irelnert Jr., Is a patlen at the Dr. J. W. MoOeery hospital His appendix \VIIH removed. Ilcin-.v llehnke and Orvella Knut son, of Bancroft, were Sunday glifsts lit V. W. Hanson's. Mrs. Joe Wasaon, of Des Molnes )ent the wock-eml at the Mrs. Joe jlliert home. Mr. und Mrs. W. A. Fish spent ie wcuk-emi at Bolaton, Minn. ATHLETI WESL FUND GETS $100 AT EY SHOW Wesley, Nov. 17 — The athletic Benefit program at Klolnpeter's hall turned.out well, despite bad weather. A fair, crowd attended, and more than $05 was cleared. The orchestra, some of whose members have had their Instruments but a month, did t-'ood work. There was cooper atlon and coordination amon,g those taking part, which showed In the finished program. There was a goud sale of baskets following the program. This week the sale of tickets for basketball games will begin. Any pupil selling an adult season ticke will receive his own ticket free Wesley plays Its first games at Ren wick this week Friday, both boy and girls' teams taking part. The junior high elimination declamatory contest will take place In the school assembly room next Monda evening at 7:30. day visit with relatives at St. Cloud, Minn. A sister-in-law of Ed's passed away while they were there, leaving nine children 5 to 20 years old. Tho adult class of the Methodist Sunday school meets at Hans Hansen's this week Tuesday evening. The Aid held a business meeting In the League room this week Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. whlttaker, x Eagle 3rove, visited the Arlo Dawaons last Thursday. Arlo and Mr. Whit taker were college roommates and the friendship has persisted. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dlekmann, New Hampton, visited at Fred Dle"k- mann's Friday and Saturday. They brought the senior Mr. Dlekmann foi' an extended visit. A large group of Wesley Rebekahs attended funeral services for Mrs. Barney easier at Algona. Friday afternoon. Mrs. Casler was a member of the Wesley lodge. The J. T. Meurers attended the funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Klsch at St. Joe last Thurs day afternoon. The women are cousins. The Mesdames Murphy and Blelch, Miss A. McPherson, and the Susie Gray family were Algona visitors Friday. Mrs. Charles Loeblg and her daughter, Mrs. Ray Black, attendee the funeral of Mrs. Barney Casler a Algona. The Catholic Daughters will give a card and dance party at the hal this week Wednesday evening. A group of Methodist wome athered at the church Monday at :ernoon for a "cleaning-bee." A son was born near Britt las Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ohnson, formerly Wesley. Mrs. Surdivant's sister, Mrs. Thomson, Is reported very ill at er home in Northwood. The Ed Hildmans, with Verna and jeona, drove to Des Molnes last POLICE ARE E66EO BY STUDENTS AT SPENCER When celebrators of a football victory were repulsed In nn attempt to rush the Spencer movie theater, the group resorted to the use of eggs and frozen tomatoes In an attempt to gain their objective. The Spencer Reporter says; Hen fruit, ripe tomatoes, cab iages, etc., all went flying, pro lelled by husky young arms, at the lew Spencer theater Tuesday night is a motion of "regust," when en hused students o£ the Spencer ilgh school failed to "crash the ;ates" of the theater after an all evening pep meeting which ended n failure of the rush. Starting with snake dances, toot ing of horns, yells and a genera 'peppy meeting," students attempted to rush the show. Met by the strong arm of the law, In fact, sev- ral of them, they withdrew for strategic egg planning. After the mrrage was lifted, several of the captains and lieutenants were taken to police headquarters, lectured, and turned away. Manager P. C. Croson, foreseeing I a "rush" on his theater by students, was forewarned and forearmed and although the good drm of the law withstood the rush, It didn't withstand eggs, tomatoes, cabbages, etc, THRTO ARE 179 YEARS' SUCCESS.. T0 ATTEND EVEIIY day of the Advance free cooking school at the K. 0. Hall, Algona, next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. WANT-ADS BRING RESULTS. WANTED You to try Richard's Rheumatic Remedy. Reaches every bone, muscle, tissue and joint. Removes the cause. Stops the pain. Money back If It fallf $1.00; six—$6.50. At E. ,\V. lusby's^and all druggists. Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Braley, of Britt, were. Sunday guests at Harry Braley's. WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Al gona print shops got all the business which originates In Algona they could hire three or four more print ers to earn and spend their mone> here. «tf LOANS'!!,} 0 Ready Money Personal Loans Car Loans Cars Refinanced QUICK CASH LOANS MADE—NO RED TAPE—LOANS MADE TO PAY TAXES, BILLS, ETC. YOU BORROW TODAY AND REPAY IN SMALL. MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Milch Cow Loans Ask us about our special low rate loan plan for the purpose of purchasing more milch cows. Dairy cows assure a regular monthly income. We will loan you money to buy additional cows for your herd at a special low rate, repay in small monthly payments. Call at our office or write us for full particulars. First • Door North of Iowa State Bank; INLAND FINANCE CORPORATION enough to ** >j ~\ convince You of ' MUTUAL'S SOUNDNESS ALGONA Phone 65. IOWA For over 179 years Mutual companies have been writing insurance, paying their losses fully and promptly and establishing the soundness of their principle. Remember, when you are told that Mutuals are unsafe, or don't pay, that the National Citizen* Mutuals have never failed to pay a loss. *++• SAVE from 25% to 33H% ty ffiturinr iflth ">« Nf- Hoitml CiUnmni Mutual*. All form* of Rr», (form mnm muto insurance. Alk <A« fimlionml ClUtmni mgmt Im your city, or iftU*. *** NATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS NATIONAL IMPLEMENT MUTUAL O«Nifenn« f Minn. CITIZENS FUND MUTUAL , Mhtn. LA BARRE & FALKENHA1NER THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY First door north of Iowa State Bank Phone 55 Attend the Advance Cooking School. |hern Iowa and Southern Minnesota's biggest L'TY CONTEST AND DAXCE ever held. COLISEUM, TITONKA | THANKSGIVING NIGHT IHUHSDAY, NOVEMBER 20. Is a double beauty contest, prizes •the two most beautiful girls and [handsomest gents. Mason City's rYork Style Shop donates prizes |the girls. Vern Kasak and His | Century Band, 8 men an'd lady plainer, who have just returned Arkeon Ballroom, Caspeiv , will furnish the music,." |B. W. SHEPARD, Manager. of (do best bands In the Middle West IEY AND HIS 8 REVEI/EB8 of Minneapolis" ieum, Tltonka Friday night tlilu U. W. Shepard, Mgr Lumber Sheds arc BclniHt— The Fuller-ton Lumber company is building a new set of lumber sheds to replace the ones recently torn down The old set was built in 189 or 1894 by J. M. Farley, who was pioneer business man here, manager at the present time H. Pertle. Duck Hunters Hag Three— Kuecker, Erwin Kuecker Schultz went duel a The is L Mrs. Casler Was Wesleya Mrs. Barney Casler, who was bur led in the Prcsnell lot in Evergree cemetery Friday afternoon, was Wesley girl. She. was Phoebe youngest daughter of Mi-, and Mr Thos. Presnell, who lived man years on the farm east of town no owned by Raymond Hansen. Both before and after marriage she was an active worker in all societies of the Methodist church. She possessed an excellent soprano voice, and her services as a singer were in re- uisition for the choir, at church rograms, and on funeral occasions, r. and Mrs. Casler bought and ved for some time in the Lanning esidence In southeast Wesley, now wned by Wallace Benton. Their emoval to Algona about 1:5 years go followed Mr. Casler's appointment as mail carrier there. Sttifler Roys Now Recovered- Edward Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Studer, Excelsior, Minn., last veek Tuesday called on his grand- mrents, the Nathan Studers. He vas on his way to California, where ie has a prospect of work. He is he one who was seriously sick with pneumonia while working for his father in North Dakota. His irother, Donald, who was hurt in automobile accident 11 months Henry and George clliu *_n-u*.e~ _, hunting Sunday at Eagle Lake. Mi Kuecker got two ducks and Georg one. Mr and Mrs. Frank Schattschne der and Mr. and v Mrs. Augus Schattschnelder left last for Clinton and Davenport. At Clin ton they visited at Wm. Wegner and at Davenport they visited a Arnold Will's. Mrs. Wegener an Mrs. Will nre daughters of the Ai gust schattschnelders. Amanda Balgeman, of West Ben spent Sunday at the F. .1. Balgeman She is a sister of Mr. Bal- ONE WOMAN 10LBS.INAWEEK |«. Betty Luedeke, of Dayton, "I am using Kruschen to fw weight—I loet JQ pounds In w«k and cannot say too much 'commend It." | take off fat easily, safely and 'ly take one haHvtaiuspoonfuli.oi: chen in a glass" of'hot' water 1 morning before breakfast—an nt bottle lasts 4 -w«**-<3et H w, Luaby's or any drug ^tore America, jf this first ''bottle tails pnvince you this te the easiest, >' and surest 'back. STOP INIGHT COUGHING coughing is almost always Inflamed home. ---- f - . geman. The Wm. Kueckers, West Bend, spent Sunday at the Henry Kuecker home. Wm. and Henry are brothers. The William Bell family West Bend, were Sunday visitors at the Wm. Roeber home. _.„_,, Mrs. Guy Fenley and son Bob and Jimmy, oi -Flint. ' Mich., left las week Monday morning for Russeu ago, and afterward underwent operations and took treatment for months at St. Mary's hospital, Minneapolis, is now able to be about on crutches. He goes to the hospital every day to have the affected limb massaged. ^^^^^ Missionary Speaks at Church- Mr. Carlson, missionary from Japan, who lectured at the Congregational church last week Wednesday evening, remained to conduct services at the church Sunday morning He was entertained at the Ole Flo'm home. He has been at home six months on his second furlough, and 'has a wife and four children at Rapid City, S. D. One daughter -* to visit relatives for a befqre returning home short time t h e past month. membered aa Anna • Mrs. F,en in Whlttemore She will be re at Mrs."Herman Vaudt, Mr. Albert Vaudt, and Mr j. H. Wolf drove to St ',oo\, tn aee a daugh 111. and Mrs. £1^^ to'see a daughter of the Wolfs who Is seriously She recently underwent an opera- •*-ssr£ i «ys i <sa SM V«=trs bond and is tot by an Irritated, so is almost -ftl) coughing. these conditions;"'but , , 1 Prescription exclusively for • troubles, does, jt relieves rrltatlon and the cpugh, stops 1 ° 15 minutes. A» d Thoxine. further too. it eliminates t*>e cause which many times into old Walker, Mrs. J. and Lloyd, were and Hary ito «*•**• —--.-of Hobarton, Mr. and children Whyne and Dorothy JTVtll-MU. w*vj | M. .»-• - that time 1C, came a year ahead or the others to attend school in the United States. Tltonkian Talks at Auxiliary— The Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion rooms last Thursday evening. Mrs. Susie Denton, President, and three members from Titonka attended. Mrs. Denton gave an instructive and interesting talk "The Mesdames Axel Johnson and Lester Lease attended the county board meeting at \Mrs. Luella Behenkj, Surt. All unit presidents attended. "'esleyaiis at Aleowa Meeting— Wesleyans who attended the pro- tor the men's meeting at Al- last Thursday were the Rev. Mr. McNulty, the Messrs, and Mesdames Carl, Raymond, and wans Hansen, Gordon C. Giddlngs Ohas. Kraus, William Sturdivant, Guy M. Butts, and Fred Dlekmann. Armistice,-Battlefields,' Studied— The Study club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Arlo Dawson. Mrs Blelch was leader, and the subject was Armistice day and ilder because they're fresh i * & CAMELS are never parched or toasted! E 'walker and sons Ralph ana woyd, were Sunday guests at Z Harold Kuecker*, southeast of • and Mrs. MacLaurie, of Sher•_ a . n ,"„ T^ Martin, and Mr. of Thoxine before re- s absolutely prevents night snmg an(1 i nswre a a goc|( j night's U gly« 8 - • ia i or same spee4v ,„ too. it con- chloroform OF other harm ;s and children Was It, Re Ift mj(n.- backi 35e, ^Oc, and I fey ~ and all Idan, 111., Mrs. Jos- and Mrs. jted last week Francis Chalus home. American b7«.efleld 8 Roll call was FoLKS who smoke really fresh cigarettes made from choice sun-ripened tobaccos never have to give a thought to their throats. That's because such fresh cigarettes retain natural moisture-and are gratefully smooth, cool, throat- friendly, mild. Camels are the fresh cigarette-everyone knows that now-they're blended from the 0nest Turkish and mild Domestic tobaccos that money and skill can buy. We ^ould never dream of parching or toasting these choice sun-ripened tobaccos-that would only drive off or destroy the natural moisture that makes Camels fresh in nature's own mild way. The Camel Humidor Pack protects a fine cigarette fresh with natural moisture-it could do little or nothing to freshen a cigarette that is dried-out or factory-stale. • . . . * If you smoke for pleasure, see for yourself what freshness means in mildness and flavor-switch t0 Camels for just one day-then leave them, if you can? R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO»|PAN« , C. Leo Martin, of Clare, vis- Monday with Mrs. at the J. M. Mo- of Boonevllle, Bu 5~*--s.-rs had been working there for Who some Frank GaPPa and daughter nd of „,.„. Arnold spent Sunday at Gappa home, at Mr. and Mrs. West Bend, and Mr : Anthony Minn. a nd Mrs. Er Fred Struecker :^r^rs|2 ducks, .and geese will be a\vaiaea those taking part. •^SS&rJrSy.JSi • • bazaar and dinnei H, /. Reynold, fobwxo Company** Caa.Wo-Co«« Radio Program* ^ ~~ ' PRINCE ALBERT QUARTER H0UR,AUce Joy,"OIa Hunch," «i»d Prince Albert Orchestra, dU«e. tlon Paul Van Loan, every aifhl except S«*> day, N.B.C. Red Network CAMQ. QUARTER HOUR, Morton Downey, Tony W« M , and Camel Orchestra, direction Jacques Renard, every nicht except Sunday, ColumbU Broadcasting System See local paper for time weather. ^_ Oilier Wesley News Ben Hopkins left last week J^lBO., Wm, *»-n/3sr»«** Sunday. jjopothy t^Henry and »» roth5r W *T IS^o^isw'? 1 ^* C A M t L

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