Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1932 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO MEETFENTON INB.B.TILT Wesley, Feb. 16 — The annual «ounty basketball tournament will take place at Ledyard this week- «nd. Our girls drew Fenton, and will play Fenton at 2:30 Friday afternoon. In case they are winners, they will play against Whittemore or Lu Verne at 2:30 Saturday afternoon. The boys' county tournament iwlll take place at Lakota next week iPrlday and Saturday. Our boys will 3>lay against Lone Rock next week JPrlday at 2:30, and the final game will be played next week Saturday *t the same hour. Last week Tues•day evening the Lu Verne girls defeated Wesley at Wesley, 29-15. The X&kota boys' second team was de- Seated by Wesley 8-5, and the first •team lost to AVesley 38-12. Friday, Wesley girls defeated Thompson 36-27, and Wesley boys defeated "Thompson 33-17. Next Monday the ffirst and second boys' teams piny mtonka here. . The games should be close, as Titonka teams are among the best in the county. aiarlon Paulson In PulpH — Marion Paulson, Wesley, occupied •the pulpit of the Rev. O. Thompson at Buffalo Center Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Thompson was expected home early -this week. Mr. Thompson •went to Albuquerque, N. M., to take Sils son Enoch, whose health requires a temporary change of climate. Enoch works in the office of athe Central States Electric company at Britt. During his absence his •wife will make her home with her mother at Garner. The Rev. Mr. 'Thompson was formerly pastor and Wesley. Irvington Pupils Hit By Sudden Flu Attack Irvington, Feb. 16—School No. 6 In Cresco township was closed Monday for the remainder of the week as the result of Illness which developed Monday morning. All'the pupils except two who attended school Monday morning became so ill that It was necessary to have them taken to their various homes before noon or Just after. The teacher, Mary Wildin, was also 111, but managed to stay at the school till closing time with the only two pupils able to remain with her, John Miller and Herbert Weydert. The children are suffering with chills and fever, headache, and backache. It is; believed that the Illness is a form of Influenza, but the fact that all the pupils were taken ill within a few hours time is a mystery. Helen Lemkee, of the Irvington school, and cake, both made by the boys, were served. Mnch Rain In California- Mrs. J. M. Cox recently received a letter from Mrs. Theodore Goeders, Long Beach, Calif., In which, Mrs. Goeders says 12 inches of rairi has fallen there since their arrival In the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Goeders plan to return to Algona in six weeks. J. M. Cox's Brother Dies— J. M. Cox recently received a notice of the death of his brother I«nac G., of Kenny, 111. He was 83 years old and had been a resident of Kenny and 'vicinity for more than 70 years. Burial was made at Maroa, a few miles from Kenny. >f. Honey Cousin Dies— L. Roney received word last was dismissed because of sickness *. J* «oney "»»»«. wu.u «« ,,„„,!„„ oft^^^^r, nth«. whn imve week of the death of a cousin, Cora at -er, Fred Wirth, stroke last fall. Monday afternoon. Other who have been suffering with flu are Orland Rutledge, Donald Robison, Lewis Scheppnmn, Barbara Rutledge, Louie Gronbach, Emmet Fry, Mrs. Paul Mulligan, and Paul Black. Some of the V. B. Frankl children are also sick, and new cases are being reported continually. Mrs. Leo Mansintth Dies- Mrs. Charles Reaper recently received word of the sudden death of Mrs. Lee Monsmlth, of near Braham, Minn. Lee Mansmith formerly lived with his parents in .Cresco township. Later the family moved to Braham, where they still live. The Charles Reapers visited the Mansmiths last Thanksgiving. No details of the death have been learned. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Man- Blxley, 65, of Liscomb. Mrs. Bixby died of heart failure. Other Irvington News. The, Embroidery club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. 'George Hackman. There was a large attendance. No special program was given, but. an entertainment arranged by Mrs. J. M. Cox and Mr. Hackman, was enjoyed. Mrs. Gra•ham and Mrs. Bert Brown were taken in as new members. The next meeting wi]ll be held March 9 at Mrs. Morris Parson's, Mrs. Ralph Lee will be hostess. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Lee, and Josephine, who has been with them since New Year's, arrived at the Ralph Lee farm last week Wednes• ' ' home. •••••H— , -^ . TILT WINNERS AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock t Feb. 16—The 'declamatory contest Was held last week Wednesday in the auditorium. Gladys Jackman, -of .Cylinder, was critic judge. Oratorical speakers were Louis, Reilly, June Blerle, and Dorothy Dacken. Dramatic speakers were'Myrtle Olson, Philip riellly, .Margaret Gladstone, Cotia Jane Hol- lls^er, and ,1/iez Lewis. Humorous contestants were Margaret Householder, Ray Leeper, Gladys Nelson, Dorothy Blerstedt, and Evelyn Bler- stedt. Winners were: Oratorical Charles Reilly, Character; dramatic Gold Mounted Guns, Philip RelUy; humorous, School Program, Gladys Nelson. , Whittemore Wins Two— The local teams won one game ou of three played here last week Tuesday evening. The second boys' team defeated Cylinder's first team 16-14 Whittemore won both games, . the girls' 19-13, arid the boys' 21-19. The boys' game was a fast close game and was a tie at the final whistle. In the extra time period Whittemore secured one more basket. Otis Sanders Hare Guests— The following families were entertained at Otis Sanders' last week, Harold Goetches, of Renwlck, Monday, Mr. and Mrs. W. Johns, Seneca, Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackwood, of Burt, Wednesday, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kruse, of Fergus Falls, who remained till Friday. '**>K Com to South Dakota Sirs. HHdmnn's Father Sick— The Ed Hildmans drove to Gilbert JSunday to see Mrs. Hlldman's fath- who suffered a Mr. Wirth is able to be up and around, but is subject *o heart attacks. The . Hildmans were accompanied by their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Kain; and by Isadore Gorman, who has been here many j weeks helping care for his father, August Carman. Isadore's home is at Sykston, N. D., but he was at one time a neighbor of the Fred Wlrths Tiear Wesley. Xenten Sen-Ices Bclnp Held— During Lent services are held at St. Joseph church every Sunday -afternoon, and will consist of the "Way of the Cross and the Blessed Sacrament. Each Wednesday evening, beginning at 7:30, services will -consist of Instruction, Sermon, and " -the Benediction. Each Friday morning at eight, there will be low Mass and the Way of the Cross. Regular -•Sunday services will be held. •Mrs. II. Schutter 70; Party- Mrs. Bertha Looft is surprising <her mother, Mrs. H. Schutter, at the Looft home this week Wednesday. •The occasion 1s Mrs. Schutter's 70th birthday. The families of her brothers, Aggo and Ralph Janssen, Buffalo Center, and the families of her sons, Henry Schutter, Buffalo Center, and Jerry, West Bend, will come to spend the day. A birthday dinner will be served at noon. ; Mrs. Afrntlm Haverly Honored— The children of Mrs. Agatha Hav- «rty surprised her Sunday evening, 3n honor of her birthday. Families •present were those of James Haverly, A. L. Klelnpeter, Henry Hav- -erly, J. L. Haverly, and Alf Studer. .A special guest was George Prlma, ;an old friend and employe of the families. The evening was spent at cards and visiting, and lunch was *erved. S. S. Teachers Hold Steeling— There will be a meeting for Sunday school teachers at the home of Superintendent J. C. Skow this week Wednesday. Noon dinner will be «erved, and a program will feature two outside speakers. Discussions «I Sunday school work, etc., will oc- «upy the afternoon, all this In connection with the local Congregational church. 3Hble Study Class Meets— The Hutchins Bible study class of •women met with Mrs. Henry Wei- Ihmd Friday. The women are now studying the book of Revelations. Mrs. Marlon Paulson is the instructor. Methodists In Special Meeting— Special meetings at the Methodist church begin this week Wednesday evening. PiirilcU. 1*1.1 . cLJiu AM.* o. -i-iww *Tii*.. smith were married last spring, and have been operating a dairy farm near Braham. Patients Return Home — Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miller, daughter Betty and Mrs. Mabel Potter spent Sunday at Frank Miller's. The Millers recently returned from a Des Moines hospital, where both md undergone major operations. Mrs. Miller is recovering nicely but Mr. Miller is not doing as well as had been hoped for. Frank is an uncle of O. L. Miller and a brother of Mrs. Mabel Potter. 14th Wedding I?ate Observed- Mr, and Mrs. Elliot Skilling, Al- Rona, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jregson at a goose dinner in honor of the.Gregsons 14th wedding anniversary Sunday. Nineteen other guests including the Russell Fry family, of Irvington, attended. Mr. and Mrs. Gregson enjoyed a radio dedication from Yankton, S. D. Boys Entertain the Girls — Irvington school boys entertained the girls at a Valentine party Friday afternoon. After an afternoon of singing and playing games a valentine box was opened and valentines distributed. Later ice cream FORMER WESLEY GIRL DIES OF CANCER AT CORWITH Wesley, Feb. 16 — Mildred Cook, who has many friends in Wesley, died of cancer at her home in Corwith Saturday afternoon. She was in her early twenties. Miss Cook clerked a year or more at the Kleinpeter store, but left Wesley two years ago. Funeral services will be held at the Catholic church at Corwith this week Tuesday morning, but burial will be made at Grundy Center beside the grave of her moth- day, josepnine reiiiu.»in=u a-*- ••«.• — , and Mrs. Lee and son Philip returned to Webster City with Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Lee for a few days' visit. They returned Saturday. The Missionary society will meet this week Friday afternoon at the church. Mrs.'Wm. Boldridge will lead, the topic, being Chosen, and the American Indian. Mesdames M. L. Roney and.K. P. Roney are hostesses. Guests at Harry Sabln's Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Burt, and Harold Curran, ' of Livermore, and Mr. and Mrs. August Robison. « Mrs. Paul Mulligan is suffering with a serious attack of influenza. Mrs. Pat Mulligan, Bancroft , 'has come to aid in caring for her. Mrs. James Ard, Hawarden, spent a few days with friends here last week. Mrs. Elmer Danner, of Lu Verne, also visited here. Mrs. Mabel M. Potter, Spencer, spnt ten days at the O. L. Miller farm. Mrs. Potter is an aunt of Mr. Miller. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday from 2nd~ Corinthians 5:15. Forty attended Sunday school. Rome Robison has been suffering for several days with infection in one hand. TWO LU VERNE STUDENTS IN * CORNELL DORMITORY FIRE Lu Verne, Feb. 16 — R. Dlekhoff and 4 other Cornell college students narrowly escaped death early Friday morning, when fire broke out at 2:30 in the "K 1 Inn,' where they roomed. Two of the boys were forced to flee with no chance of getting out their possessions, but Ralph and the other two had time to ge( some of their things. The seconc Lone Rockers Lose Aunf— R. T. Angus and Harold and Lillian and Mrs. N. L. Cotton went to Rochester last Thursday to attend the funeral of Mr, Angus and Mrs. Cotton's aunt, Mrs. Alice Williams. They came home Saturday. State Contest Next Week— The preliminary declamatory contest, the first of. the state series, will be held at Lone Rock next week. Tuesday. Towns competing here are Whittemore, Fenton, Algona and Lone Rock. Eight Sick With Fin- Mrs. Watson Shick, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Margaret, Imogene • and Bernice Roderick, Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig, Wayne Tyler, are among those ill with the flu. Grade Teacher Goes Home— Juanita Dunn, 7th and 8th grade teacher, went home ill Monday. The school reports more than 20 pupils out of school and ill with flu. Tltonka, Feb. 1«—As a result of solicitation by the local Legion post an 80,000-lb. car of corn and oats was shipped to a relief commission at Blunt, S. D.i last Thursday. H, Rex Austin, post Commander, dedicated a week to the work of gather- Ing donations, and he also promoted similar activity in nearby towns. Generous donations of both grain and <jash were received -Worn farmers and business men of the TJtonka community, Bicentennial Program Is Planned— A Washington bicentennial program will be given March 1 by the organizations of the community, In* eluding the P. T. A.,, the Legion post, the Auxiliary, the Woman's club, the boy scouts, and the Buffalo 4-H girls, as follows: singing, high school and audience; Tribute to Washington, Supt. Hoon; Backwoods, one-act play,- Boy Scouts; Winning Ways of Grandma Days, 4-H girls; Knightsi So Bold, also minuet, by four grade children; solo, Mrs. C. A. Hoon; fantasia, Woman's club; double quartette,, high school; series of tableaux, Legion and Auxiliary. . . Auxiliary Hears Radio Address- Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe entertained the Legion Auxiliary at a radio party Monday afternoon. Mrs. Jane Prltch- ard, of Onawa, department president, broadcasted from. WHO between 3.and. 3:30 o'clock, giving a report of her attendance as delegate to the seventh annual woman's jatriotic conference at Washington, 0. C., February 1-2-3. This was also a work meeting. Mrs. Stephen de Vrles chose characters for a Washington bi-centennlal program to be given by organizations of the community. Thursday evening at Dorothy Inter- mill'a. Dorothy Was the girls' lead* er last year, Town Team Defeats Lakot*— The Tltonka town basketball team played the Lakota town tedm at 1&- kota Saturday evening, and woft 20-28. |. , Other Tltonka News. Edith Reynolds, Harley Larson Wilbur Schram, and Helery Beed took part in a Methodist sub-district music festival at Burt lust week Wednesday night. Kenneth :Larson, who had been taking his brother Kermit's place In a Clarion hotel because Kenneth was sick, returned last Week Wednesday. Flu Hits Rural Schools— Mervin Rahn has been sick for several days. Many country school pupils have been ill for a week with flu and colds. Seneca Game Postponed— The Seneca game, which was to have been played Friday, was postponed until sometime next week. er. Miss Cook had taken treatments at Cedar Rapids three months but returned a week ago. .She is survived by her father, two brothers, and one sister. Burt Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Braley were at Em- anons, Minn., last week Wednesday *o visit Mrs. Braley's mother, who ds in poor health. The elder lady anakes her home with a son, Carl aCmmons. The town of Emmons is «n the Iowa-Minnesota boundary, »nd is partly in Iowa. Myrna Burrell, who teaches the Sourth and fifth grades at Lakeview, "visited her sister, Mrs. Ammon Bjease, last week Wednesday to •Sunday, the Lakeview schools hav- ringr been closed on account of flu. 3Her school opened again Monday tmorning. The Willing Workers, a Methodist flunday school class of girls, meets tthis week Monday evefiing with Ar- Bene ITaynes. Part of the evening Will be devoted to study, and the fcostess will serve refreshments. The Wm. Hendersons drove to Humboldt Sunday, to visit his par- •ents, the Charles Paviks. The 'Messrs. and Jlesdamea George and I/so Goeta were Sunday guests of •their mother, Mrs. Mary Goetz. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Klelnpeter and «on, anil Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno and daughter, drove to Fort Dodge Sun•day to visit the family of their sis- *«r, Mrs. L. F. Smith, wife of Doctor Smith, dentist. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, 5Blso the Raymond Hanson family, •the latter of Hancock county, were "Valentine's day dinner guests at the 'Carl Hansen parental homo Sunday. The Study club met last Thursday «dth Mrs. George Aldrich. The ro- wponse to roll call was a quotation *rom Lincoln. The lesson, on Liuc- *fln, was led by Mrs. Louis Goetz. Mrs. Michael Wingert has been 111 <(or two weeks. A leg hurt in a fall Homo years ago is troubling her lisain. Arlo Dawson, who has. ory- i on her face and arms. Is 1m- slowly. Dean Clapsaddle has been sick at home with the flu for several days. Charles Schroder Jr. broke his arm cranking a car last Thursday. Mrs. M. J, Ryerson was hostess to the Birthday Circle last Thursday. Alice Eighme was unable to be at school Monday because of illness. The Queen Esthers will meet Tuesday at Marguerite Elliot's. •Kent Ryerson has been confined to his bed a week with the flu. Mrs. J. T. Heany entertained the Sewing Circle last Thursday. Whittemore Oscar Sohattschneider leaves soon for Easton, Minn., to help his sister, Mrs. Ferdinand Heise, recently widowed, operate her farm this season. Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Erwin Bruhn, Fairvillo. floor, attic, and roof of the building were badly damaged. The Woodmen entertained theft families' last week Wednesday .evening at the Odd Fellows' hall. Mrs. Raymond Krantz will entertain her bridge club this week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ted Dunmlre will entertain her 'bridge club 'this; week'.Thursday evening. to* LUVERNE,HELD Lu Verne, Feb. 18—Funeral sef- vices for Mr*. William BtetaU, wjid died lost week Sunday, were held last week Wednesday, and ' .there was a 'large attendance of relatlv#s and friends, the Rev, Mf, Wltten'- burg, pastor, wan assisted by th«) Rev. P. Bfaner, Algona, former pastor. . Mrs. Ristau, whose given name was Emma, was born on a farm In Sherman township November ,14, 1889, and she was only a little past 42 at death. Mr. and Mrs. "Ludwig Wetzel' moved to Letts Creek in 1901, and there she grew'up. On February 8, 1910, she .was married to William Rlstau, Lu Verne. The first nine years of th% married life of the Rlstaus were spent on the farm 'known as the Ristau homestead. Then they moved to the present home at' the edge of LU Verne . Two Children' were ^born, Bruno and Arno. •< Two-weeks ago Sunday-Mrs." Ris-t tau was stricken with sec'ond.arS _._. . i 'Was the cfttfo* tap hef death. huibatid add song ah. tevld tUstau" *w«l^' Lr<1 Wetj William Wetze) __. . (H* slaters: Mrs.'}) Pdtt*t«,-tx»ttB Creek; Mrs Bast and Mrs'; Ernst Thi«i '' Mi's, E. Bender, and Mrs. c llr . ler, Weaigatej and Mis. Arthuti tenfold, Lil Vefne. ur( Other Ln Verne. , r Wnllahl Brummond \v ns week efetithe home 1 ', of his im.,W, J H, Wolto, He better'now, t T^ie ReVi J. D. Hesse, form w , theran feaator here, has be Ing M» daughter, Mrs. A. i Special Lenten services held at the Evangelical church next Sunday night. The 'Phil Llohtys attended a i hardware dealers' convention at Moinea last week. some 1111, •t ill Dnmfeta, or MM i™ WILLIAM* Ufa. Co, CLIVIL LOBBY'S DRUG STORE, AI Library Receives Tfew Books— Among • new town library books 'or adults are The Wild Orchard; Peter .Victorious*; Early Candle T light; Captain' Blood 'Returns; Srlngo Privateer; and Silver "Wrings. Among children's books are The Amazing Adventure of • All; The Boys and Gdrls of Happytown; Bobbsey Twin Books; Books of the Saints and Friendly Beasts; and The Old Town Clock. Indians Win from Bancroft— A basketball game was played between Tltonka and Bancroft there e night last week-end, and the score was 23-9 In* Titonka'3 favor. Attending from here were Margaret Callies, Helen Beed, Mildred Krantz, Lois Heifner, Loratne F. Peterson, Bernice Larson, Fern Krantz, Rosa Pouelson, the L. B. Larsons, and the William Boykens. ^ Woman's Club Hears a Play— The Woman's club met ' last Thursday evening with Mrs, Frances Budlong. The lesson was given by Mrs. Stephen De Vries, who read a play. This took all the evening. Roll call consisted of interesting facts about the Washington bicentennial program. Wesley Mrs. Bertha Looft entertained the family of her son Henry, of Seneca, Saturday. There have been a few cases of flu among public school .pupils the past week. DeEtta Hall, principal of schools at Forest City, spent the week-end at home. Julius Kunz, Davenport, was at home Saturday to Monday, inclusive. Ihno Gerdes is reported sick with the flu. Other Lone Bock. The Wm. Krauses entertained their children and families over the week-end, the R. T. Padgetts, of Algona, Forest Rouses, of Spencer, Orville Rosendahls of Superior, and Rose 'Krause, of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Leeper and Bernard Leeper and Mrs. Wm. Godden drove to Fairmont Sunday to see Roy Godden, who was recently operated on for appendicitis at the Fairmont hospital. Telephone Operator Esther Godden has been ill lor the past week and Mrs. H. J. Rice has been assisting at the switchboard. Mrs. F. E, Macumber has been ill with flu, and Mrs. Wm. Leeper is assisting in the cafe. Mrs. Roy Jensen entertained the Auxiliary last week Wednesday. The annual creamery meeting was held here last week Tuesday. Senior Cluss Is Entertained—• Clifford Krantz, Harley Larson, and Edward Boyken entertained the senders last week Wednesday evening, at the Boyken home. The seniors' sponsor, Mrs. Carl F. Cullies, and her husband also attended. Mrs. L. B. Larson Suffers Fall— While she was climbing onto a chair Saturday, Mrs. L. B. Larson fell and sprained her left ankle. She had not been able to be on her feet up to Monday, but was improving. Living Room Suites That Are High in Quality & Low in Price We have just returned from the factory, where we have had the privilege of seeing our Suites made from the raw material to the finished Suite, and now more than eve • before we can say that we do not see where the construction of these Suites could be improved'upon. The outstanding beauty of design, the quality of both construction arid covers along with the. lowest prices in history made it possible for us to sell five complete Suites off from our floors -last Saturday. The people of Kossuth and adjo'ning counties have proved to us that they do appreciate the> unequal led values we are offering and our methods of doing business. We therefore here and now pledge ourselves to offer for sale on our floors only merchandise that carries with it our fullest confidence, merchandise that carries with it our money- back guarantee. See this big showing of everything in furniture and floor coverings, compare our prices and quality with others; then if you are satisfied that we are right, we will appreciate dealing with you. RICHARDSON'S = FURNITURE Where Furniture Sells For Less COMPANY Town Team Loses to Woden— The town basketball team played the Woden town team at ^yoden last week Wednesday night, and Wodon won. The locaUteam had not prac- tcied at all. ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIH German 4-H Girls' Party— The Golden Glee 4-H girls of German township had a party last Lone Rock Mrs. Henry Manus and Mrs. Lillian Zelgler and baby, and George Manus and Ernest Krueger, all of Burt, were guests of the Charles Morrises. Mrs. Steve Sharp, of Burt, was a guest over the week-end at G. A. Sharp's. Arthur Priebe and Floy Jonea drove to Decorah Saturday to visit friends. SPECIAL Chassis Lubrication and Crankcase Refill in your Ford car for $ 2 What it includes— —CHASSIS LUBRICATION —AIR TIRES —WATER BATTERY —REFILL CRANKCASE with 5 qts of Hermoline oil. Hermoline oil is 100 per cent pure Pennsylvania and is one of the best oils on the market today. OUR TWO SPECIAL USED CAB BARGAINS 1—1931 Ford Tudor 1—1930 Ford Tudor KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa —S»le« Hosiery Week We have some red-hot specials for you this week. 500 dozen men's dress BOX, always were lOc, now 5c a pair. 100 dozen men's fancy hose, beautiful patterns, now 2 pairs for 25c. 200 dozen children's stockings, 19c retailers, now lOc a pair. 100 dozen ladies' 75c silk hose, a real snap, now 29c a pair. 90 dozen ladies' service chiffon, full-fashioned, all colors, a real buy at 69c. 250 dozen ladies' hose, the wind-up of some lines that we quit handling — Allen A, Rollins, and some others. In this lot there are 50c, 75c and $1.00 hose, your choice at 25c. Come on you fellows with tender feet. We have 80 dozen of those mottled white and gray sox. You always paid us 20c a pair —now you can have all you want at lOe or 3 pairs for 25c. Our men's regular 19c dress BOX, fancy patterns, now go at lOc. We have 1,000 dozen hose coming this week. This on top of our already big stock gives you a variety where you can' find most any size in any color you want. You 1 save money buying hose at Neville's. JIMMIE NEVILLE THE SHO» «A!f, AXXJONA, JOWA PRONOUNCED GREN-A-DEER' Like the Grenadiers of tht great and conquering armies —.who. in fighting ability and stature stood head and shoulders abov* . all others. fcg. U. S.Wp.t.09, Buy COAL WITH THIS DOUBLE ASSURANCE Grenadier coal is backed with the double guarantee of complete heating comfort and satisfaction. • It is guaranteed by the Authorized Grenadier Dealer in your community and by the Consolidation Coal Company -one of the oldest and largest coal producing com* panics in America. You pay a trifle more for Grenadier than for ordinary coal but it's worth the difference. You get an abundance • of healthful heat plus the double assurance of complete heating satisfaction. Play safe this winter-burn Grenadier Cpal. ORENADIER COAL Sold and Guaranteed by • . • * t In Algona: Fred Andersoi In Bancroft; W. A. Murray In Gftlbrnitli; Kunz Grain Co. In Lw Verne; Kunz Grain Co. In Otto.en:,Farmer* CM>P «v»t«>r Society, In Wetley; Kunz gjriin C*

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