Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1932 · Page 3
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UUJte___. ^gi^sWKS*^ eningDay" of the Service Station '. AT ALGONA . . , Saturday, January 16 PurOl-Pep Gasoline at "Blue" on opening day only. Purol-Pep formerly sold at ,tltM» cents over regular. — FREE — A leather article useful the year around will be given to each purchaser. WE SELL TIOLENE PURE PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR OIL Refined by the PURE OIL CO., one of the largest producers otPennsylvania crude oil. We also have Purblene, a Mid-Continent paraf- fine base oil with a Below zero cold test Low flash kerosene is carried at our station, as well as alcohol, and tests are made with temperature corrections.; '; Our station is up to the minute in every respect, with all-electric gasoline pumps, automatic air stand, 14-ft. pit for draining and greasing, and a modern ladies' rest room. vVe will appreciate the opportunity of showing you what the quality of our products is like, as well as our service. [ $10 coupon books will foe sold for $9.50 on the § opening day. J Don't forget the date Sat.^ Jan. 16, at the home-owned Aero Service Station C. J. HOOKSTRA We Are Off For a New Start! Invoicing done, a new year begun, new merchandise, new low prices, and a new desire to give a bigger and better service. Many of our patrons have already taken advantage of the present low prices by having us lay away the furniture they expect to use about March 1st. Now is surely the time to make your selection while our stock is big and prices low., REMEMBER Also that Richardson's is headquarters for the greatest electric Refrigerator that money can buy. Don't make a mistake. See E 8 GROCERY Week end Specials JAPAN TEA- Ub. sack 25c POWDERED 2 Ib. Pkg.— -, CLEANSER-"Light Howe, 4 A* I PC SEA FOAM 3 Pkgs. CRACKERS— 2 Ib. box u. 18c 25c MIXED NJJTS— 21bs. for™ GEORGIE PORGIE— 2 for- HONEY-^ ZZOL Z5p KQflBPTtt .COPNT? ADVANCE, ALQQNA. IOWA PAGE WHITTEMI CREAMERY ANN UAL M RE IAS :ET Whlttemore, Jan. 12—The annual meeting of stockholders of the creamery was held a week ago,Saturday. Following roll .call, President August Vaudt introduced Royal Holbrook, of the engineering.exten- sion service of Iowa State college, who spoke eloquently on Iowa, quoting facts to show that while this Is essentially an agricultural state nevertheless It Is fast enter- Ing the manufacturing field and Is already a leader In some lines, having some of the largest factories In the world. R. A. Bartlett, new creamery operator, gave a short talk In which he asked for the cooperation of patrons and in return pledged his own. Jos. Loebach and Peter Kollasch were reelected directors. Shower Honors Doris Meyer— A miscellaneous shower was. given .Sunday afternoon in honor of Doris Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, east of Whltte- more, at the Mrs. Christ Meyer home. Hostesses were Ruth Schultz and Edna Bruhn. Five hundred was played at nine tables. Lydia Meyer on high prize and Meta Gade low. fter cards a mock wedding was eld, and those taking part were rleda Meyer, pastor; Edna chultz, groom; Clara Bruhn, bride; rid Hefen Meyer, flower girl. A de- Shtful lunch was served! About ) attended. Out-of-town guests ere Elda Baas, West Bend; Lillian nd Lornetta Blerstedt, Alvlra Vehrspan, Mrs. George Siems, Mrs hrls Haack and daughter Edna nd Caroline Frlnk, Florenz Grimel Irs. Alfred Bruhn, Falrville;. Mrs s'oah; Relsner,, Mrs. Eddie Kuecker ..otts Creek. •• Before you buy. There really is a great difference. RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company WHERE FURNITURE SELLS FOR LESS Ex*Atgonian Makes Good at Naval School (Garner Leader.) "Bltlle" Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Clark, arrived home from Annapolis, where he is a freshman at the U. S. Naval academy. "Billie" and five other iowa boys of the.academy, chartered a Chrysler automobile with which to make the trip. They left Annapolis Wednesday, December 23, at noon and arrived at Amea Thursday afternon at 4 o'clock, covering a distance of 1,180 miles In 28 hours. His father and his brother Harold met him at Ames, and they arrived In Garner to partake of a 6 o'clock dinner at home. Three of the other boys were dropped off along the line east of Ames, and will be picked up on the return trip, which is scheduled to leave Ames, Friday, New Year's day. "Billie" has done just what all his Garner friends knew he would do—made good at Anna- polls. Aside from securing high scholastic standing, he made .good in freshman football. So popular was he In this branch of athletics that he was made captain of the freshman squad at the conclusion of the 1931 season. "Billie" Is the picture of health, and feels just as good as he looks. NIGHT 3CH( ATSWEA ATTRAC OL TY S55 Vomnn'g Flnsrerg Shot Off— Mrs. Arnold Woodcock, Buffalo lenter, lost parts of three fingers n her left hand recently, when a hotgun was accidentally discharg- d. The Woodcocks operate a gas tatlon and sleep In a rear room. ecauee of numerous robberies of uch stations they keep loaded guns landy. While Mrs. Woodcock was earranging her bed a gun caught n the bed clothing and was dls- harged, the shot mutilating her middle and index fingers and the numb. Mrs. Woodcock Is a daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Elbert, lorth of Whlttemore. A New Confidence Game?— Harold Roth was surprised last veek to receive a bill for $11-50 from a Des Molnes auto repair shop, and notation to. send $10 and they vould discount the balance. Harold has not been In Des Molnes, hence did not comply with the request. Whether hte name was used at the repair shop or someone was simply rylhg to mulct $10 out of him Is not known. W, F, M. S, AT FENTON HOLDS STUDY MEET Fenton, Jan. 12—The Methodist W. F. M. S. held its regular monthly meeting last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. A. H. Meyer and Mre. W. R. Wolfe hostesses. Devotional*? were led by Mrs. Hattle Weisbrod. Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod led the study lesson from the second chapter of the study book, "He Heals the Sick." Readings were given by Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod, Broadcasting Health, and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod, The Medicine Case. The stewardship lesson was given by the' stewardship secretary, Mrs. Wllbert Huldorff. The value of the Branch Report was read by Mrs. A. H. Meyer. Swea City, Jan. 12—Twenty men and 35 women attended the night school laet week Monday evening. The women studied the effect of color In. dress on personality. Seven different types of women were studied,., each woman present being classified by Miss Preston and the other women present. The next lesson will be personality in home decorations. Made up Illustrations will foe on display. The men-studied losses caused •)»• plant diseases and pests. Causes and control wore the main subjects. The men will study the eradication of weeds at the next meeting, and a special effort Is bo- ing made to get men from other communities who have been suc- ceBsful In weed control to be pres- ient and lead the discussion. llolh Teams Defeat, Spencer— Both high school basketball teams defeated Spencer teams last week Tuesday night. The first team won 23-18, and the reserves won 17-15. Bud Hanlfan was high point man with 7. . The night was so stormy that the teams stayed In Spencer all night. The Spencer boys took tho Swea boys to their homes for tho night. Friday the first team lost to Algona there 23-18. Thursday the team plays Bode. The Cardinals played GilkorHon's colored Union Giants In Ceylon Sunday, winning 32-30. They played 'the same team here this week Monday. Observes 19th Birthday- Dorothy Gillette celebrated her Whittemore Edna Schultz came home Saturday morning from Garner, where she had been the last two weeks helping Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Kloock get settled In their new home. The Kloocks recently moved to Garner. Durwood, little eon of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters, Algona, spent the week-end with his grandmother and aunt, Mrs. Joseph Walter and Geneva. The Presentation academy. St. Paul's Lutheran School, and the public schools were all opened last week Monday after a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs.. Leo Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien, and Mr. and nephew, Edwin Helmke. Nellie KatheHne Sullivan, daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. J. F, Sullivan, Ledyard, Is visiting .her, grandparents, Henry Felders. Loretta Miller, Rockwell, visited her sister, Mrs. Michael Baumann, last week. Edna Lfttiritzen laat week her sister, Mrs. C. V. Wolfe, Klemme. Mr. and, Mrs. Nick Meufer, ver, spent'Sunday at Joseph er's, 'Mrs. Carl Hanson were Howard dairy's, Sunday In Al- guests at gona. Edna J^auriteen, daughter of the Charles Ijiiurltzens, came . home Sunday nf ter a week with her slater, Mrs. C. V. Wolfe, at Klemme. Dledrich Helmke, Balaton, Minn., came do\yn laet week Tuesday to attend tho funeral services of his SALESBOOKS OP ALL KINDS. We get them.for you and you pay no more than you pay outsiders who take your money out of town where you get none of It back —Advance. "A diamond for a dollar" If someone offered you a "diamond" for a dollar—it wouldn't be a bargain unless it was a diamond. For the value of a diamond depends entirely on quality. Size .... weight.... and price mean nothing if the stone is not free from flaws, perfectly cut, and of good "color." We never "bargain in diamonds. But we do offer at moderate prices stones you'll be proud of the rest of your life. Many fine ones from $2; upwards. A. H. Borchardt Jeweler Turkeys Prove I'rofltnlilo— : E. n. Hand, who owns tho resort near Silver.:Lake., sold 4500 turkeys dui'inff the last four months. In September .he \so\A ijO'doi October 500, and'8,000 during the .holiday season. They received from. 27 to 42 cents a pound. They have kept 1560 for brooders for next year and still -have a.few culls. They have made a good income from their work tho past year and plan on raising as many or more next year. 0. 3. Kloock Accident Victim— O. J. Kloock, who recently moved to Garner, was badly burned while he wae at work In the creamery .here .a week ago Saturday. He was washing out a churn, using scald - ng water, when the lock came loose and let the door open. The hot water was dumped on his lege and feet. The worst burns were just above the ehoe tops, and he was laid up several days. Church Annual Meet Held— St. Paul's Lutheran , congregation held its annual meeting Sunday in the basement of the school. Christ Meyer was reelected elder, and John Baas was reelected trustee. Fritz Helnrich was elected on the school board to take Arthur HeldenwUh's place. A discussion was held -by the 63 members present. Receives Nurse's Oath, Cap— Eight nurses, among them Mary Elizabeth Elbert, of Hhlttemore freshman class 1 In the nurses' train- Ing school at Mercy, hospital, Fort Dodge,- were given 'the nurses' oath and caps at a- party after phrlst- mas. They.had successfully passed probation'and were.-entitled; to receive the full course in training. Nurse Studies at Twin Cities- Mrs. Margaret Heller received word last week that her daughter, Viola, who has been taking a course in pureing at an Albert Lea. hospital, had gone to. St. Paul for training at the Gillette state hospital. She. plans to be there two or three months, and may finish her course there. She will graduate in June. Visit'Cherokee State Hospital— While at Cherokee last week Lu- clan Meurer and the academy team visited the hospital. They were taken through the Junior college, and met Sister Dorothea Folly, who is teaching there. She is a daugh ter of Mrs. James Folly, . _ . Wm. Flalg tq County f arm— Supervisor F, J, Balgeman tool? William Flaig, of Whlttemore, to the county, hpme. south of Hobartpn last week. .Mr. FJaig has been in failing health for some time, and he could receive care at- the home during the winter months. • Tie In Three Overtime Periods-— Last week Monday Whlttemore academy boys played return game? at Cherokee, the first team losing 26-14. The second team played a 10-10 tie game, unbroken even after three overtime periods were pjayed. Alumni Form Town Team The Whlttemore alumni have organized an independent basketball team, composed of Edwin Cullen, Edward Heller, Eryyln Kuecker, Mickey Doyle, Francis Fish, Bob Finnell, and Hubert O'Brien. Girls Defeat lone Lpne Rocls and Whittemore high school teams pjayed on the local flpor Friday. Wfcjttemore girls won $1 T J7, and WWttempre boys lost 16-13. . Bake Sale WeJl F»trp»l*ed-* The Methodist bake sate drew Jajge crowd SattjrdjEiy at the Methot phurch, a,t 6:80, $uppjr was served 12th birthday by- entertaining fifth | and sixth graders at the home of uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Huldorff last Thursday evening. The time was spent at games, after wJiich refreshments were served. Tltonka Fenton Divide' Games— Titonlca's first team defeated Fenton 30-4 last week in a one-sided game. Fentbn's only scores were for two from two field goals. Heifner, Tltonka, made seven field and free goale. The Fenton second team defeated Tltonka's seconds 9-4 in a hard-fought game. Algona Defeats Town Team—The Algona town team defeated the Fenton Independent team 27-13 here Sunday afternoon. Following the boye game the local girls town team and the local high school girls team played. Boy for Geo. BoUlngera— Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bolllnger are parents of a boy, <born last week Tuesday. They now have two girls and a boy. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer Is Virginia Wherry Is Married—Friends received announcement .o£ the marriage of Virginia Wherry and James B. Bullock, December 30, at Los Angeles. They will be at homo at 4457 Hollyrldge drive. Virginia is the third daughter o£ Arr thur. T. Wherry, former banker here and at Algona. Two Da lighters are Horn— A daughter, Loie May, was born to the Rev. and Mi«. Selmens last week Monday. ,They have one other child, a boy. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Blom- stcr 1 last week Wednesday. This is their first child. .They have named her Patricia Joyce. Corn Shelter Removes Thumb— .' Ueuben Peterson, of Grant, had he thumb of his right hand .twisted o 'badly that It was necessary, to mputate it. He was shelling corn .ri'd his mitten caught in the shaft )f the sheller. He its a student in Grant school. Snow Taken from Streets- Main street is fast being cleared snow. Street Commissioner C. T. Sdward has four men with trucks hauling it away. The town Is pay- ng one-half the cost and merchants pay the other half. caring for Mrs. baby. Bollinger and the Jentz Buys Rah n Home- Fred • Jentz, northeast of town recently purchased the Conrad Rahn house occupied by the E, A. Wels- brods. Mr. Jentz expects to move to town this spring. • Aid Supper Clears 998— The chicken pie supper served by the south and east divisions of the Methodist Aid was well attended despite cold weather and bad roads and $28 was cleared. • Other Fenton News. Glen and Alice Kluss, and Mrs. Grace Gibbons and daughters, Phyllis and Florice, of Gait, came Saturday and. visited till Sunday evening at the parental Fred Kluss home, Roger Gibbons, who has been with his grandparents since. Christmas, returned home with his mother, Mr.. and . Mrs. F. J, Weisbrod entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Newel and sons Warren and Franklin, of Hartley, Mr. and Mra. J. F. Newel, Mr. and Mrs. F, P. Newel, ancj Mrs. Kate Newel, of Fenton, Standard Bearer glrle met at the church parlors, last weejc Monday night with 12 present. Donna Jean Bailey had charge of the study lesson. Refreshments were served -by the hostess, Lilas Boevers. The Methodist Aid will meet Friday afternoon in the church parr lors, with Mrs. R. C. Goetach, Mre. J. Frank, Mrs. H, C. Llndsey, and Mrs, O. H. Schmidt hostesses. The evening bridge club met last Thursday evening at F, P. Newel's. w Chas High score wae won by Dr, Ruske and Iqw by Mrs, Newel. Mrs. Glen Sharp and children Betty, Ann, and Ula Mae, of Lone Rock, epent last Thursday at the. parental John pempsey home, Mrs. F. H. Bohn entertained her sewing club last week Wednesday evening. Ervin Krause ieturnedi Saturday from, a three weeks visit rel , atlvee at Chicago and Milwaukee. Beulatf= ; 1)araon, of Burt, Js spending this week with 3?er trjenfl, Mrs Dorothy Gerhard, at J3. Belmers'. Expert at The Rotary club heard a half hour's rtalk, Mwv^v noon by J. C Galloway, A^es extension speciaUs Who spent that day, Tuesday, an< Finger Cut In Meat Grinder— Mrs. Harry Bixley had the misfor- une to cut the end off her middle 'inger in a sausage grinder. She ,vas assisting her husband in .his meat market. Dr. Lundqulst dressed the finger. Other Swea City. The Thursday club met last week Thursday with Mrs. T. F. Mitchell. Mrs. S. Warburton, Mrs, Henry Vlyre, and Mrs. D. W. Fultz presented the program. Lotto Creek Helen McMalion,. teacnlngr ; the Richard Potratz school, .stayed at the Potratz home this week. ;.She was unable to get home 'because of the snow, Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Meyer are parents of a girl born January 7. Meyer's have three other children, two boys and one girl. Mildred Luedtke, attending Em- metgburg high school, epent the week-end with her parents, the Ernest Luedtkes. The LtOtts Creek Co-operative creamery held its annual t meeting Friday afternoon in the Lotts Creek school. ' Mrs. Edward Kuecker and Mrs. Noah RelBiier attended a shower Sunday afternoon In honor of Doris Meyere, of Whlttemore. . Mr. .and Mrs. Auguet Meyer and daughter Selma, of''Pentpn;; visited at the W. H. Meyer home Saturday. Mrs. Mary Mittag and daughter Delia, of .Fenton, were Sunday guests at Herman Hintz's. . Lucille Zumach, of Fenton, is employed at W. H. Meyer's. The Richard Potratz family, Ed uecker, Noah Relsner, and the Albert Potratz family attended, the Uoyd Potter funeral Sunday in Algona. Chicago ANP RETURN $8.00 jMwmis.it -n Good in coaches only. Children Hall Fare Tickets wtU be sold for all Jrains January 15 and 16, Return to starting point by midnight January 18 Buj Your Tickets Early milt l^ftfeteB,s.-<SjkAlS!a a«i'Afai!»k«5'a.ifeilf!i(^^J8^s Pillow Cases IOC Soft finish, blea. case«, 42x36 size, specially priced for the January nale. Prices this season have been the lowest in many, many years. Our prices have been especially low and now we make still further reductions to assure rapid clear-, ance o^all winter merchandise. Bed Sheets. 49c Serviceable, well- made 81x90 sheets —specially ' priced for this event. Come—Buy and stock up now— Never such saving opportunities as in our storewide January Sale $1.98 Clearance of BLANKETS Because of unseasonable weather we have a number of blankets in stock. Come and see these values —you'll realize now is the time to buy! Fancy Plaid Blankets Reduced Down to __^. These full four-pound double blankets, 66x80 size, are real values at this low price. Beacon Single Blankets £4 A A 66x80 Part Wool 9 • -O*f Make your selection from these two styles, plain and fancy plaids. They are regular $2.69 values. Beacon Single Blankets £9 *f A Regular $4.50 Values — 93> I 9 Warm, fluffy, part-wool blankets jn fancy plaids and plain ombre shades. Large size 70x80 inches. You'll find quality in this New Print Cloth Featured at , 17c New 1 patterns, new colorings, for the 1932 spring dresses. They're smart looking and fast colors. All Linen Toweling A yard 17c Steven's all linen crash in brown and bleached. Pillow Tubing A yard 15c Full bleached, 42 inches wide, a real value. Unbleached Muslin, yd. . . . 5c Outing Flannels, yd. _ . . . . lOc Brown Sheeting, 9 X 4, yard 27c Bleach. Sheeting, 94, yd. _ 31c Comfort Challies, yard ... lOc Turkish Towels 3 FOR 25c A special cleanup of odd lots. Comfort Cretonnes 13c They're specially priced for clearance, *•' Jersey ; Bloomers 29c Featuring women's and misses' sizes. Stitched Bats 69c Bleached c o t ton, three-pound size. Quality Brown Muslin 7c Men's Heavy Wool Sox ___17c Men's Cashmere Sox, 3 for Child'. 69c Knit Cap. ,i Knit Gloves and Mitts _ _ _ .47c Women's Outing Gowns - -87c Rayon Underwear 69c Odd lots of our 98c and $1.25 grades. Wool Gloves and Mitts 29c Offered at this low price to clean up. January Clearance of Wasti Frocks v.>--,- 69c Clearance of Children's Coats You'll be agreeably impressed at these values — for styles are up to the minute. Only the prices are down. - ' * Child's Timme Camel Coats, 4 to 6 years — cap to match, 4? jl CO are reduced down to ____ 9'«vO Misses' Chinchilla Coats, in sizes $ to 14 j^ears, £Q mm are reduced down to __^^i**"f f Misses' Timme Camel $6.95 Coats in sizes. 8 to 14 years £0 A A are reduced to _,._.,,. ---- .3)«}»O£i Misses' $9.95 Kamwul Pile fabric and Chinchilla coats in sizes 8 to 14 are Q£> lilJNp If you have Seen waiting for a cotton dress event that will bring you savings, here it is! GRAHAM'S BIO G OVERALLS Women'* out'g P^jamM 1,317 Men'* Qnting Pmjamw $1,79 Boyi' Blanket Lined Jack^ M«»',Bl» e W«rkSWrti.«f e Boy.'Sw*»to,>«4«wd ih> «Ns Part Linen A yard rtment ^r**:-f.^i^.

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