Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 26, 1931
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tntorrmtie LACO Oil Burner*. a. JjUw Low frfon wffl a*una> yoi LKO OIL IURNER CO, 1501 U^'jU GRIJWo'LDJOWA ALOONAjOWA Thursday, When you want a bite to eat THE ALGONQUIN CONFECTIONERY i * — Serves G o o d -^ Home Made Lunches Hot and cold meat sandwiches, egg salad, olive nut, date nut, and others. < 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„ Bherbet, also brick ice cream. Home made candies, caramel dipped apples—everything to help make this National Holiday a pleasant and joyous occasion. Yours for good service. THE ALGONQUIN CONFECTIONERY J. F. BEHLMEB, Prop. 101 East State Street. . Algona, Iowa. *TmSingin' in the RainT MAE NICHOLS, FORMER BURT RESIDENT, DIES 'Burt,' Nov. 24—A short funeral service was • held Sunday afternoon for Miss Mae Nichols, whose body Was brbught here from Minneapolis Saturday, the Rev. .T. El, Clifton Officiating. Miss Nichols was born April -19, 1869, In Wisconsin. She lived for a number ot years i and In Burt. She was a sister of the late Mrs. Laura Godden and Owen -Nichols, of Algona. Another broth- Henry C. Nichols, accompanied the body here. She Is survived by five brothers and three fllsters, most of whom live In the west. x She hat for some time been housekeeper ai the Raddlson hotel In Minneapolis. Volentlncs Off for YlsHs— The J-Ierbert Volentlne family, o Truman, Minn., spent Thursdaj night at Mrs. M. A. Dexter's. The: left Friday for Storm Lake, taking Mrs. Clayton Johnson with them Prom here they were to go with Mi and Mrs. Clair Dexter on a .trip to Peorla, Kas., and other points. Mrs. Johnson stayed with the Volentlne and Dexter children at the Dexter home In Storm Lake during, their absence. Mrs. Veronica Hicks Dies— Funeral services for Mrs. Veronica Hicks, who died Sunday, November 22, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Carlson, were" held at the Lutheran church here Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. L. Rlchman officiating. Mrs. Hicks was 83 years of age. She had been confined to her bed for a number of weeks. Burial was made in the Portland township cemetery. Eight In Junior High Declom— Burt will be represented in two junior high declam contests next Wednesday in competition with Lone Rock and Fenton. At Fenton Kenneth Johnson, Eleanor Vogel, Ruth Bettin, and Jeanetta Whitney will be the contestants and at Lone Rock Eugenia Mae Kriethe, Victor Mansmith, Roland Lazrenz and Arlene Beltz will represent Burt. Burt, Band Gives Concert— The Burt band gave a concert In the Beltone theater last Thursday evening. The band gave a good program, tout only a fair crowd attended. Edward Thaves is leader of the band. A woman's sextette,' a male quartet, and a piano solo by Mrs. P. F. Kriethe were special features. Several members of the band also furnished solos. > T ew Club In First Meeting— The Tuesday afternoon bridge club last first at M*«6M City J W«t |dlnn«r in tfi* chtiffeli 'lMirttt*nt It^waS a tneotUig of, the W*k WMnfcafey, and cl«*M« »»? couhty. officer* rtt the M*&ttd ' < .rlct. •'« M. O. Dakkon and *oh n6yden and Mr. and J*r8.- Ofcear Berg fthd two daughter*, of C&rher, visited Suftday at the N. A. \Vhltehurst home, Mr. and Mrs, George Celander and baby, Green Mountain, were weekend guests at the James Christian* son home. % Mrs, J. E. Clifton returned Wednesday from <3arwln, where she had .been called by the death of an aunt.' L'ottlo Hawcott, Gladys Brace, Harold Steward, and S. E. Straley were Mason City 'Visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. *. Heany expect to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Heany's parents at Prescott, WIs. Elsie Haskell came from Lu Verne to attend the Presbyterian bazaar'and visit Burt friends. Lottie Hawcott spent several days the first of the week at the, Grover Reed home near Whittemore. The Rev. J. E. Clifton family will spend Thanksgiving: \Vlth Mrs. Clifton's mother at .Marathon. Mrs. Lillian Slgler, Katherlne and George Manus, visited a college friend at Rlcevllle Sunday. t». P. McDonald left Monday for Sioux City, where he Is visiting his son, C. E. McDonald. Mrs. Ralph Relmers, Whittemore, visited her mother, Mrs. Martha Householder, Monday. The junior class has chosen Poor Father as the class play, to be given , Vice « tfi* chUrch this evening, given by the C^ E. Mr, and Mfa. tt. Ju Rice drove to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday to visit Relatives. A number of Lone 'Rock farmers attended a Farm Bureau meeting at Algona Friday. John Rath and Tom O'Donnell drove to DCS Molnes last Thursday on business. , The W. J. Cottons,were entertained at H. E. Morgan's In Algona Sunday. ' The Frank Flalgs attended a blacksmith's meeting at Eathervllle Friday. Vera Morris, attending college at Ames, will spend Thanksgiving at home.. School will be closed for Thanks' giving this week Thursday and Fri day. The Aid will meet next week Thursday with Mrs. Frank Dacken. The Larkln club met with Mrs. Watson Shlck this week Tuesday. Albert 'Hultchlnson shipped t\^ cars of cattle to Chicago Saturday. December 18. Tom Trenary went Into Chicago Satunlay evening with a carload of cattle. The A. N. Jensens visited relatives at Graettlnger Sunday. Four Corners •*• met at Mrs. I. week Tuesday. W. Hanson's This was the LOU, too, will be singing lathe rein once you change » •o Morton's Salt. For this rkable salt never cakes or hardens, but pours freely nunor shine! And the iodized "variety positively protects children from simple goiter, ^rithits loss of appetite, lack :d vigor and backwardness vtachooL Ask your grocer Jbr Morton's Salt... it costs aomore than ordinary kind. MOW lOc VLAIN. OR IODIZED TO PREVENT GOITER tWHEN IT RAINS IPS IT POURS Do you have a Question About COFFEE? Qet the COOKING SCHOOL meeting of the club. The members are Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. C. L. Holding, Mrs. J. T. Heany, Mrs. C. F. Whalen, Mrs. Delbert Vogel, Mrs. M. M. Chipman, Mrs. R. W. Rash, and Mrs. N. A. Whitehurst. Busy Hees Have Banquet— The Busy Bee club held itS annual banquet at the American Legion hall last Friday evening. The families of the club members were guests, and over 70 were present. A good program of readings and music was given. School Music Directors to Meet— A meeting of all the school music directors of the county.is to be held here Monday evening to plan a county musical festival to be held in the spring. The local Home Economics girls will serve a luncheon. Portland Teacher Is Sick— , Florence Stow has been confined to •her home by illness the last week or two. Iva .Trunkhill 'is substituting for her at her school in Portland township. Union Thanksgiving' Service Hold— A union Thanksgiving service was held in the Presbyterian church Sunday evening. The Rev. J. E. Clifton gave the address. Chicken Pie Dinner Planned— The Ladies' Aid society will hold a chicken pie dinner in the church parlors on- Friday, December 4. Eptvorth league Plans Party— The Epworth League will have a party in the church parlors Friday evening of this week. No School Thursday or Friday— School will close for Thanksgiving and will be closed Friday also. • JUNIOR PLAY AT LONE ROCK DRAWS CROWD Lone Rock, Nov. 24 — The juniors presented their class play, No Trespassing, to a large audience in' the school auditorium Friday. The scene of the play was at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer. Lisle Irving, city girl, comes to escape attentions of a young man, and runs Into him living under an assumed name. He mistakes her for one of a pair of twins at the -farm. She discovers his mistake and impersonates first one twin, then the other. He falls in love with her, and proposes to both twins. The cast follows: Peggy Palmer, trying to be a lady, Marvil Marlow; Mrs. Palmer, hustling housewife, Lola Marlow; Barbai-a Palmer, ordinary girl, Dorothy Bierstedt; Almeda Reader, redhead, Irene whitford; Lisle Irving, city girl, Berenyce Roderick; Mr. Palmer, farmer, Mainard Genrich; Cleaveland Tower, guest, Harold Gross; Herbert Rnynor, new owner o£ Deepdale, Glenn Householder; Bill Meador, on the town, Marvin Marlow; Jim Meador, son, Ronald Christensen; Mr. Irving, father of Pour Corner Mothers and Daughters club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Everett Witham. The opening Bong was Iowa. Roll cal was answered by What I Am Thankful For. Twenty-five mem- •bers were present; also seven visitors. A vocal number, also a whistling number was given by Mrs Herman Llndeman, of Dakota City piano solo, by Mrs. Jack Dltsworth and a paper on Thanksgiving, by Mrs. William Drayton. All blocks for the quilt which is being made by the members of the club, were 'brought In at this meeting. A qull was tied for Mrs. Everett Witham. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be' December 3.with Mrs. John Sabln. The opening song will be Jingle Bells. Roll call will be answered by New Ideas for Christmas Gifts. A paper on Alaska is to be given by Mrs. William Drayton. A recitation Is to be given by Edith Sabln. Lloyd Potter-has been -111 at his home for the last two weeks. ', * i City of Detroit purchases 137 new Ford cars Hundreds now in use prove low cost of operatioj THESE 137 n«w Ford c«r» wprewat one of the largest deliveries ever made to • municipality at one time. 21 radio-equipped Ford iconl caw were traded in on tU§ purchase. They had been operated day and night for two year* In heavy traffic and all kinds of weather. , Their individual records ranged from 78,434 miles to 143,723 miles with a grand total of 2,283,097 miles. Thei operating cost of the 21 cars was 2.284 cents a mile i— less than 21/3 cents. This cost included all fuel* oil, tires, repairs and every other Item except depreciation and insurance. Of 577 Ford cars in Detroit City service* the 300 in the Police Department traveled • total of 6,591,937 miles during the past fiscal year, at an average cost of 2.9 cents • mile. Many claims have been made on operating costs, but here in the carefully kept motor car records of the City of Detroit is positive proof of Ford economy. In the paragraphs above, it is seen that 21 Ford scout ears averaged less than 21/3 cents • mile and 300 Ford cars In branches of Detroit police work «v» ii 2.9 cents a mile! aye "g«4l Day and night, twenty.four hours a d J these Ford cars arc in operation F '• branches of transportation demand , grueling service. The records show t nill low fuel and oil consumption is but one of I the Ford's many economies. Ford 2\ terials, simplicity of design and accurWl in manuf acturingprovide unusual strengZI stamina and freedom from replacement,! and repairs. t I The individual car buyer as well as Ik I purchasing department of a city or abu*| ness cannot afford to ignore the pron J economy of the Ford car. FIFTEEN DIFFERENT BODY TYP||| t° $ 64ol (r. 0. B. Detroit, plui freight and del Bumper* and »pare lire extra at low coil. Eg, 1 1 nomieal time payment* through the Au'.hotiiti ford Finance Plant of the Uniterm! Crcrfii Co.) Lisle, Robert made '$27. Schmidt. The class Sprank, Hellman Cars Collide— The John Sprank and Frank Hellman cars collided Sunday morning just past the drive at the Hellman place three miles west of Bancroft. Both parties were on their way to church with the family. The Sprank car, a Chevrolet four, going east, -crashed into the Hellman car as it came out of the driveway. The occupants of both cars were shaken up and bruised, and Mr. Sprank had several small cuts on.his head. Fenders on one side of both cars were bent and the windshield was broken fn the Sprank car. STANDARD RED CRO • ' ' .-.'.. ' ' . ' : —the better gttsoUne Pep and Vitality No B. R. Schedule Announced— Basketball games scheduled Nov. 24, Fenton here; Dec. 4, Seneca there;*Dec. 8, Titonka here; Dec. 11, Lakota there; Dec. 18, Ledyard here; Jan. 8, AVhittempre there; Jan. 15, Lakota here; Jan. 18, Bancroft here; Jan. 22, Fenton there; Jan. 20, Whittemore here; Feb. 5, Ledyard there; Feb. 12, Seneca here. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black and Old Golden Coffee will be demonstrated at A the Cooking School this week. You will find it interesting to learn why Tone's Old Golden Coffee has so much flavor and aroma, why it is such a rich blend. $ut, you will also get helpful pointers relative to the preparation of coffee, interesting information that you can use in your own kitchen. When you go, be prepared to ask questions. You will be invited to do that, so feel free to bring up any point about coffee, or coffee making, that you want to jfcuow about. For instance, you may wonder why it is so important to have coffee in a high vacuum container such as Tone's. This question wiU be answered, and when it is, you will understand why Tone's Old Golden retains full .natural flavor and fragrance. Plan to attend one or of the sessions of Cooking School. You will find it interesting, and you will gain many helpful ideas. baby and Helen Schrader. left Friday morning for Cache, Okla., where the Blacks will visit Mr. Black's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Black, who formerly lived near Burt. Helen Schrader will go on to Carlsbad, New Mexico, where she will visit her sister, Opal Schrader, a teacher there. A good crowd attended the Missionary meeting at Mrs. M. J. Ryerson's Saturday afternoon. Mrs. W. A. Ladendorff read a paper on Thanksgiving, in addition to the regular missionary program. Win. Elvldge Birthday Observed— The R. F. Elvidge and C. B. Chipman families were Sunday dinner guests Saturday at the Wm. Elvidge home, it being Mr. Elvidge's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Main, Cedar TONES Old Golden Rapids, will spend Thanksgiving at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. D. D. Clapsaddle and the Horace Clapsaddle family will also be guests. Mrs. Mary Orchard, Charles City, came Saturday for a month's visit at the R. W. Rash home. Mr. Rash drove over to Charles City after her. She Is Mrs. Rash's aunt. Mrs. Clara Olson and her two children will leave this week for Phoenix, Ariz., where they will make their home with Mrs. Olson's sister, Mrs. G. J. Gaston. ,The Presbyterian Mite society held its annual dinner and bazaar Friday in the church parlors. There was a good crowd, and receipts were satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bartmess, De Kalb, 111., came Sunday for a visit at the W. J. Lockwood home, itfrs. Bartmess and Mr. Lockwood are cousins. Mrs. J. T. Heany entertained at three tables of bridge at her home Tuesday afternoon. A dainty lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Dr. W. I 1 . Peters attended Godfreys at School Meeting— Supt. ana Mrs. L.. E. Godfrey attended a schoolmasters banquet and meeting at Wesley last week Thurs. day. High school declam and bas ketball tournaments were discussed, and a committee was appointed to take charge of a county music festival, the. date to be decided later. Ackermans Have Family Reunion— A family reunion was held at the Jim Ackerman home Sunday. The John Sprank, Frank Flaig, and William Flaig families, Miss . Anna Flalg and the Fred Flalgs, of Fenton, and Glen Bufts, of Iowa Lake, were guests. Literary Club Gives Play— The junior high Literary club gave a play, written and prepared by themselves without help from teachers, a t the school Friday afternoon. A number of visitors attended. Married Folks to Have Dance— •• . There will be a married folks dance. in the hall here Friday evening, given by the Legion Auxiliary. This Is for married folks only. Other Lone Rock News. The junior high declamatory contest' will be held at the school auditorium December 2. The Lone Rock pontestants will compete with Burt and Fenton here and at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Naylor and Mr. Peter Paul, of Chicago, are guests at the J. L, and L. R. Roderick homes. Mrs. Naylor is a sister of L. R. Roderick. . The Elmer Jaspersons held a public sale Tuesday on their farm, 2% miles north of town. They are •moving to California in the ,near future. The Sewing club met with Mrs. Fred Schultz last Thursday evening. Mrs. Fred Flaig, of Fenton, and 15 from Lone Rock attended. Mr. and Mrs! Glen Sharp and Betty Anne, and Chris Neilson went to Chicago Tuesday morning on business. Mrs. E. M. Hawks entertained the Charles Hawks family and • Mrs. Claud Hawks, of Brockton, Mont-, Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger Brsel Blanchard drove to Emmets burg Jast week ness! Tuesday on bus!- G. A. Sharp and spn Russell drove to Council Bluffs and city last TJiurada-y a#d came bai* Sun- clay. ' ' ' - «aed,| Thy Mite society, gav e |.. ''' ' ' ski -jumper is a glorio picture of vital energy. the ease and grace of that figure. And know that e 1 nerve, every muscle, is adji for that magnificent leap. Know, too, that Standard Crown— the better gasoline- perfectly adjusted. It won't • — it can't fail— to pep up yo engine, because it's made formula that insures brilliant] sparkling performance NOW—and always. » : Try Standard Red Crown See how eagerly your eng leaps into life. Feel that throb of surging power. remember that Standard Crown gives maximum perfo ance at a moderate price. It Hums Clean Any Speed Sold where the Red DJHWI Standard Oil (Indiana)

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