Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1931 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 10, 1931
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KOB8UTH ftfttttltV APVAMO». AtflONA. BEITS RADIO SHOP FOB The Best in Radio Repairing We maintain the most up-to-date equipment possible to giro yon the beat service. No charge for Inspection nt the shop. Tubes tested tree. 218 East State. Phone 577 WHITTEM MAN INJl )RE RED; New Chevrolet* Now Djjjplayed , Aid Employment Throughout WESLEY HELPS FUR The Fur Market is surprisingly healthy, considering the present condition. We are paying more money for raw fur than we anticipated. BRING IN YOUR FUR JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 LOAN8HU* 1 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 ALGONA Phone 55. IOWA n «( .1 III' W/ffc telephones throughout the house, calls can be made and received conveniently it the moment the need arises. HEN you had your telephone put in, perhaps you did it because you knew it would drive away loneliness ot be handy for shopping. You didn't suspect that you would be placed on a committee •with a score of people to talk to every week, that a time would come when you must summon a doctor in a hurry, or that your sister would move a hundred miles away and you would want to talk to her frequently. The value of telephone service cannot be measured by the ftw cents a day paid for a telephone ... or by the low cost for talking with persons out oftotvn. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY ICT WARN YO NSURE! Weather conditions may put skill and caution at nothing. Pavement * sheet of ice—blinding snow on the windshield—and you may strike another car despite anything you can do. If you drive in the Winter—insure. For a few dollars you can buy National Citizens Mutuals insurance. It protects you completely, damages to others or to your own It is a needless risk to drive without insurance NATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS • ^'WJBSfWST* 4 * SAFETY and SAVINGS Tht National Cltl- z«n* Mutual* return 24% of your premium in dividend* when you buy auto Inturanee with thi* tale, Tellable concern. Whittemore, Dec. 8 — Nick Thill hnd a mishap Sunday noon, When he slipped on the Ice and fell, landing on Tils petnlla on the left leg and fractured H. Mr. Thill Is an old man and may be laid up for some time. He Is the father of Mrs. Tony Schmidt Jr. at whose home he was when the- accident occurred, and where he Is at present staying. V. P. S. Officers Are Named— The Whittemore T. P. S. met last Thursday evening In St. Paul's TjUtheran school for the annual election of new officers to start work the beginning .of the year. P. L. Jessen was again elected president; H. W. Behnke also received his old office of vice president; Herbert Zumach was reelected secretary; Ruth Schultz, treasurer; Linda Dau, librarian; and the three members of the executive board are Victor Dau, Herman Behnke, and Bernlce Balgeman. Before the new year opens the executive board will appoint six on an entertainment committee! It was decided at the meeting to give parents a Christmas party December 17. ' Surprise Party Honors Birthday— Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwith, Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lavrenz, Algona, were guests at a surprise party Sunday at the Francis Elbert home in Algona, in honor of Mr. Elbert's 33rd birthday. The evening was spent In playing -500 and a midnight lunch was served. Lillian and Dorothy Heidenwith and Rosella Volght spent Sunday at the Henry Lavrenz home in Algona. Chevrolet's new car for 1932, cm- AbowiSpacial Sedan Righti Haad-on Viaw bodying • ullent-.-Synoro-Mesh transmission in comblnatlon'with selective free wheeling as standard equipment at no extra cost, and practically every P«u AN JIOuu Ai-Tui, ™ Do you "^foO "tbmach Both H. S. Tennis Win— The Whlttemore high school bas: ketball teams, boys and girls, defeated Fenton Friday. The Whittemore girls won 13-4 and the boys 26-S. Fenton girls made only one field goal. Fenton boys made most of their points by free throws. The teams, with Supt. F. J. Rochford and Mary D. Schilz were taken to Fenton in the John Van Heise auto- bungalow. The next game will be with Ottosen next Tuesday at Ottosen. proven automotive advance of recent years, Is nowdlsplayod at dealer showrooms throughout tho country. While remaining in tho price class In which it .won world leadership this year, the new 1932 models offer features heretofore considered exclusive to tho high price field, as well as a new front end .mounting ""*— shown on any car. Called "The Great American Value for 1932." tho lino offers in support of this slogan a twenty per cent increase In power, faster acceleration, top speeds of 65 to 70 miles an hour, nev Fisher bodies with a modern streamline styling, down-draft carburetion, counter-balanced crankshaft, finger- touch front Beat adjustment and many other refinements over th« 193-1 models, which, from tho standpoint of public acceptance, wero tho most successful in the history of tho company. Twenty standard and de luxo models are In the new line, of which t.ie Special Sedan, pictured above, is tho aristocrat. The-lower view shows the new front end and the massive, powerful appearing hood enclosing tho improved engine. In addition to interest centering on the cars themselves", the announcement at this time has national significance in that activity brought on by production' of the new cars is expected, at conservative estimates, to add materially to the earnings of 200,000 people throughout tho country just before tho holiday Reason and before the severe winter season ects in. The company's 21 domestic plants cars as fast as ng limits will Woodward Car in Crash— Mrs. Woodward and children were in an accident Sunday morning en route to Algona to church. A car from Fort Dodge ran into the Woodward car, bending the bumpers and fenders and breaking the windshield. Merlyn, daughter of Mrs. Woodward, was cut about the face. all are busy producing precision manufacturi „ permit so that deliveries may be made with the least possible delay. More than 30,000 of the new cars already have been built for dealers' showroom displays, and more than that quantity are expected to roll off the assembly lines during ,tho present month. .'• • The new car is the first in tho low- price field to offer the combination of silent Syncro-Mesh transmission with selective free wheeling as standard equipment at no extra cost. A control button -on •• the- -instrument •panel enables tho driver to use the free wheeling device only when he desires, and he is thus able to utilize the full braking power of the engine when desired. . • Tho front end offers a radically changed appearance, with a new typo radiator, a radiator grille built integral on all-models, a double tie-bar arching gracefully between the fenders, on which are mounted bullet-shaped headlamps .and a trumpet-typo horn just beneath the left headlamp. All models have adjustable hood ports chrome plated on all th« sport and de luxe , models, .and. all lavs cowl •ventilators ; contrdll6d 'from- the- drl-- ver's seat. . . ' With the new streamlined bodies, the external sun visor has been eliminated , and its purpose is now served by an internal visor-adjustable,-to.any position In front of tho driver. The loft front window also has an equalizer built in so that the driver mar adjust the window with little effort. On the top rail of tho instrument panel is a romovable ash tray for the; convenience of front seat passengers. Robe rails, silk assist cords, window shades, arm rests and ash trays on both sides of tho rear seat, dome light, foot rests, large door pockets and many other big car refinements are standard with various models in tht now line. Bruised in Car Accident— Mrs. L. L. Waggoner, Emmetsburg, her mother, "Mrs. C. A. Smith, and her brother Clarence, Correctionville, were in an accident Sunday noon at the foot of the Nellis hill on the pavement. The occupants only received minor bruises. Hurt in Car Accident— Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fish, AVesley, ana Harriet Fish, Whittemore, were in an accident Saturday en route to Whittemore from Algona. Harriet received minor cuts about the head and face. Sick Youth Is Visited— A number of Whittemore young folks went to the Edward Grienert Sr. home Sunday evening. Edwin Jr. recently went home from the Dr. J. W. McCreery hospital after an operation for appendicitis. Quinn, southwest of Whittemore, has been ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, newlyweds, moved into their new furnished home on a farm near Depew, last week. Arthur Fandel arrived from Douglas, Wyo., for a two weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Eandel. Word was received by friends of the death of Ben and Jack Rifen's father in Bremer, Minn., where he hod made his home for some time. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cananaugh were Sunday dinner guests • at the B. H. Gotch home in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Palmer, Rolfe, spent Sunday with Mrs. palmer's parents, the John Meines. Mrs. P. J. Locke, of Bancroft? visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Walker, was sick last week. A girl was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Buscherfeld, west of Whittemore. Dr. and Mrs. Ansel Conarty, of Car Turns Over in Ditch— Arthur Gade and sisters Meta and Alfrleda, escaped injury when their car tipped over Saturday evening en route home from Emmetsburg. No one was hurt. Sister-ln-Liuv Is Dead— Joseph Eisele received word a week ago Sunday that his sister-in- law, Mrs. Ambrose Eisele, had died at Pontiac, 111. Mr. Eisele left Sunday to attend the funeral. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bisenius and families, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode and son and Mrs. Joseph Eisele and daughter, Alice, spent Sunday at Albert Eisele's at Blue Earth. Mrs. Eisele and daughter left a week ago Monday and the former entered the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. John Mergen, Omaha, spent the week-end with Whittemore relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mergen, Roseville, Calif., are visiting Whittemore relatives. Mrs. Mergen was formerly Lois Granzow. A Mr. Barlett, of Ames, has been hired to take care of the Whittemore farmers creamery beginning the Chicago, visited last .week at the Dr: and Mrs. L. B. Smith home. A girl was born Sunday morning to the Henry Bruhns, east of De Pew. The Rev. Mr.'Fiene, Lotts Creek, was a Whittemore business visitor, Monday. The clay pigeon shooting match al Erwin Siem's drew a large crowi Sunday. The R. H. Behnke family and Ber nice Balgeman were Sunday guest: at the Rhlnhart Leip home. Mrs. James O'Brien lost one of he fine black horses Saturday. Lucille Reimers was sick with th flu- over the week-end. Wayne Gade, son of the Arnolc Gades, was sick last week. WHITTEMORE WOMAN IS CUT WHEN CAD GOES INTO DITCH ALASKA STUDIED BYM.&D, CLUB AT FOURJJORNERS Four Corners, Dec. S—The M. & i. club met last week Thursday vith Mrs. Rose Sabin. The opening song was Jingle Bells. Roll call was answered by new ideas for Christmas gifts. A piano solo was given by Evelyn Cruikshank. A paper on Alaska was given by Mrs. Lucille Rich, and a recitation was given by Delia Mae Wltham. Three quilts were tied, one which the club is making for the orphan's home, and two for Mrs. Edith Rich. Lunch ivas served by the hostess. The next meeting will be next week Thu'rs- day, but the place has not yet been decided. The opening song will be Holy Night. Roll call will be answered by a Christmas dish. A Christmas poem is to be given by Grace Waker, and a Christmas grab basket will be a feature. Surprise Party Honors Birthday— Edna Walker was happily surprised last week Tuesday evening, when a large number of young folks gathered at her home to help her celebrate 'her birthday. Dancing furnished the entertainment. Sandwiches, fruit salad, cake, and coffee were served. Tlie Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion rooms Ihls Thursday evening Mrs. E> M. Huber will be hostess. Members have been busy obtaining rie w members <tmd gather- Ing clothing for the destitute. There are fofir new member^. The Auxiliary met jointly with the Legion at the lodge hall last Thursday evening, and wad enjoyably entertained by the boySf who served oyster stew. It Is tjlanriea to continue these joint meetings occasionally, Each will begin with a business session. The boys plan (o give financial assistance to the Auxiliary In the making of clothing for needy families. A play Is planned to be given jointly. Wesley Girls Defeat* Algona— In games here with the, Algona academy last week Tuesday evening, Wesley girls won, 13-9, but the Wesley boys lost, 29-22. Both games were thrilling all the'way through, and were witnessed by the largest crowd ever gathered. The ,hall was packed. '"• Wesley girls went tp Lu Verne Friday, and defeated the Lu Verne girls 28-19. Our team Is undefeated so far. This week-Trlday Wesley teams will pjay the Whittemore, academy here. .; Win Two Seconds In Declnm— In the junior high declamatory contest at Lu Verne last week Tuesday evening, Qaylord Lander won second In oratorical. The same evening Harold Hansen won second in oratorical at Titonka. Pupils enjoyed a half hour's' entertainment by. the Cotton Blossom singers last week Wednesday afternoon. The state inspector, Mr. Simons, visited the school Friday. Cheer Leaders Are Named— The high school assembly met last week Tuesday, and •..elected-;-cheer leaders for the year and practiced yells for the game that evening. Cheer leaders were Opal Sturdlvant and John Froellch. For that evening they dressed in white trousers and orange and black: sweaters, and made a pleasing appearance. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Forrest Wells, Fayette, visited last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Carlson. Her husband came Saturday, and. was to re main two or three days, wTien both ,„ on think you arc back}' ;z^-*w, first comfort. No conscious of y 0 u7 way: with each you feel belt,,,, an. Throe tc and g( money back if you up. ion In mil to I NIGHT COUGHING QUICKIY STfll Night coughing |, almoflt rmiion/1 V,... _ _ . "««K caused by nn I'Titatcd, throat; so Is almost M Ordinary cou K h syi . ups do these conditions, but Thoxlne M scrlption exclusively f r' „ roubles, does. It relieves The * tlonan,, the cough stop, ;"" minutes. And Thoxlne „ further—It eliminates the cause which many times into serious Illness. A swallow of Thoxlne tiring absolutely prevents „ coughing and insures a good «l sleep. It gives the same si lief for sore throat too. it no chloroform or other drugs and children like It. guaranteed within 15 min.. lo money back. 35c, 60c, and 11001 ties. Sold by Lusby Drug pany and all other good drug i Choir Starts Prog-ram— The Good Hope choir met at the Etna Mitchell home Sunday afternoon to begin work on Christmas songs. A large crowd attended. OTHER FOUR CORNERS. A large number from here attended the Federation meeting held In Algona last week Tuesday. Rut Causes Accident, Whittemore, Dec. 8 — Anthony Schmidt Sr. wrecked his car one day the past week on his way from Algona. He hit a deep rut in the road that threw his car sideways into the ditch. The car was damaged. were to return. Mrs. Wells was Edith Carlson.' George Ward had his tonsils removed at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, last Thursday. George, who farms northeast of Wesley, has been suffering with inflamatory rheumatism. The J. T. Meurers visited her uncle, Mike Brass, near Irvlngton, Sunday. The Leo Renos, Williams, visited his parents, also hers, the A. L, Klelnpeters. Mlra Studer, In nurse's training at Rochester, came home Sunday to attend the funeral of her brother- in-law, Isadore Mousel. Hot lunches at school ore popular. About 2f, pupils take advantage of them each day. . Leo and George Goetz drove to Iowa Falls on business Monday. in Duymq. you save in using BAKING! POWDEI SAME Pfiic E •*"FOIIOVHI * 40 YEAR* 15 ounces for MILLIONS Of POUND! UIIO OUR COVIRMMINT FARMERS—YOU, TOO, can have dynamic radio reception in a battery set. Beautiful console cabinet— Coronado or Brunswick, $6.00 down. —Gamble Stores. 22-13 SEE SANTA GLAUS DEC. 12. Whittemore, Dec. 8 — En route home Saturday night from Whittemore the Henry Schultz car was damaged slightly. Mr. 'and Mrs. H. P. Schultz, daughter Ruth and John Schultz, a brother of H. F,, were In the car. The lights went out suddenly and before Mr. Schultz could stop the car it went into the ditch. It Is thought there was a short in the wire. Mrs. Schultz was LA BARRE & FALK.ENHA1NER THE AfcGONA INSUBANCE AGENCY JPitvi goo* north of Iowa State Bank PJioae $9 first of the year when Mr. Kloock I th e only one hurt, and she received will leave to take charge of the Gar- a cut above the eye from broken ner creamery. glass of the dome light. Henry Behnke Is again back in the H. R. Zumach meat market. Last week Henry was taking C. W. Hansen's place while Mr. Hansen was ill with the flu, but Mr. Hansen is able to be again at work. Henry Behnke is working in the Zumach meat market during the absence of C. W. Hansen, who has been ill at his home with the flu for a week. Catholics had three holidays last week, starting Saturday, and ending Tuesday. During the holidays, Father Hyland was at Estherville taking Father Savage's place. Verdell Lauritzen, Edna Lauritzen, Whittemore, and Mr. Jensen, Fenton, were iri Fort Dodge Monday. Mrs. Martin Bonstetter, Rodman, underwent an operation for appendicitis last week at the McCreery hospital. Gerald T. Bochhorst, West Bend, went home Saturday evening from the Dr. J. W. McCreery hospital after his operation for appendicitis. The Carl Hansen family and Henry Behnke were Sunday guests at the Orvella Gilberson home, Ban- crot. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Braga were at Algona Monday. A. D. Brogan was In charge of the store while they were gone. O. A. Poirot was In Des Mplnes a few days last week inspecting the new Chevrolets, announced Saturday. Gerald Tebockhorst', West Bend, Is at the Dr. J. W. McCreery hospital this week, following an operation for the removal of bis appendix. .. F. yr, StFuecfeep was iU at boiae test week with lumbago. Mrs. A. C. PROSPERITY Is just nround the corner. AVo will five It a further BOOST by advancing YOU $300 OH LESS to pay your local MERCHANTS all your miscellaneous obligations, then repay us In very small convenient monthly payments. You can secure what money you need today by seeing CUNNINGHAM & LACY Phone 598. Algonu. Local Representative for FEDERAL, FINANCE CO. Cooking School Echoes Tone's new container retains full natural flavor and aroma/ R EMEMBER what the cooking school demonstrator told you •bout Tone's Old Golden Coffee? Now, you can undentand the importance to* coffee flavor and •roma of a high vacuum container, such a» Tone's. Actually, Tone's Old Golden comes to you im a container which ha* the highest vacuum today. That assures full protection from air (oxygen), As a result, Tone's Old Golden (Coffee comet into your kitchen with full natural flavor and aroma. Many of the ladies in this com. munjUy have tried Tone's Old Golden since the cooking school. We invite you to do the same, if you have not already done DO. Your grocer ha* it. • TOW!'? S Here are Gifts that Keep on Qiving! Y OU provide two-fold pleasure for your friends when you give Coleman Gifts. There is the pleasure and surprise when they are first unwrapped. But greatest of all is the continuous pleasure that comes from their practical use. Long after the Christmas season is forgotten, Coleman Gifts keep on giving. The time and work they save; the happiness they bring, cannot be metos- ured in money! They express the true sentiment of unselfish giving. They are the best way to say "Merry Christmas". Cslsmao GAS PRESSURE APPLIANCES Coleman Lamp and Lantern— "The Sunshine of th* Night" Colcman Self. Healing Iron "Smooth* the Way on Ironing Day" Coleman Gifts provide good light;-clean, healthful heat; easier and quicker cooking conveniences, and a shorter ironing day, All Coleman Appliances make and burn their own gas from regular untreated gasoline ... the cheapest fuel on the market today. Before you select your important Chrfct- mas gifts, be sure to see the full Coleman line/ See the new lamps and lanterns that give such an abundance of the "Sunshine of the Night", the Self-Heating Irons that "Smooth the Way on Ironing Day", the Radiant Heaters that you can "Carry and Use Anywhere" ,.. and the modem Cook Stove and Ranges that "Give You Gas Service No Matter Where Vow live"* There are various models of each ap* pliance . . . choices that ar^ s w * to please, at pnces youH be gla4 to pay, Nelson Hardware

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