Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 14, 1932
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KOSStTH COUNTIT ADVANCE. AL60NA. IOWA B ^ 9 GROCERY Week End Specials.. CRACKERS— (Graham* Ibs. 19c LARD— Wahkosma, pure, 3 IDS. — _ CLIMOLINE— Large package _______ 19c CREAM CHEESE— Wisconsin, 2 Ibs. 28c COCOA— Herahey's, 1 Ib. —— 23c BURT SCHOOL KIDS DEBATES PROHIBITION Furniture Refinished by Irving ton Women SEE THE NEW Burt, Apr. 12—The P. T. A. meets at the schoolhouse this week Thursday night for a program to be 'presented by the school children: violin solo, Genevleve Patterson; brass quartet, Frank Aten, Robert Gray, Harold and TUchard Welske; debate, Resolved, That the eighteenth amendment should be repealed—affirmative, Paul Krlethe Jr., Luclle Sewlck, Elner Morness, negative, Gardner Patterson, Rachel Clapsaddle, Kenneth Graham: violin solo, Dorothy Brooke; singing, boys' ocettte. Club Studios Iowa History— The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. F. U Pratt's, with Mrs. F. E. Rubey as hostess. The program follows: roll call, favorite childhood games; Creeds and Sects in Iowa, and the First Church, Mrs. 'Maude Hanna; First Iowa Settlers and.First Dirt Farmer, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance; Iowa Birds, Mrs. Q. Graham. lllnsratlorfs In Family Gathering — : Mrs. Brink Shlpler, of : Maxwell' and her children visited from Frida> till Sunday, at William Rlngsdorf's Mrs. Shipler is a. daughter of the Rlngsdorfs. The Ringsdorfs, their guests, and the Roy Ringsdorfs were Sunday guests at Mrs. Lettle Ringsdorf's, Bancroft. Irvlngton, Apr. 12—An all-day project meeting of the Irvlngton Farm Bureau was held Friday at Mrs. Paul Black's. Reflntshlng furniture was studied, Six co-operators, the township chairman, Mrs. Harry Seeley, H. D. A. Muriel Body, and one visitor attended. One table and one chair were completely re- flntehed, and materials used for the purpose were newspapers, old rags, a paring knife and a. putty knife. Plans for Achievement day were also made. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. SHOWER IS GIVEN SUNDAY FOR GIRL AT ST, BENEDICT St. Benedict, Apr. 12—A mecel- laneous shower was given Sunday afternoon in honor of Florence Er- Ickson, who is to become a bride next week Tuesday. A large number 'major j of friends attended, and many gifts were left. The afternoon was spent A program was given by pupils of at bridge, 500, and Bunco, and lunch the Oeoi-ge Stewart school Friday I was served. . Mesdames Cox and Earl Miller will be hostesses. •Mrs. Ed Hammer has not yet returned from Le Seuer, Minn., where she went a few weeks ago to be with her daughter, Mrs. John Balk, who recently underwent a operation. CARS —Big Price Reduction -As high as $55.00 Rebekah Convention Plaftried— •Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, Lottie Hawcott, and Dorothy Steward go to Algona this week .Tuesday to attend a meeting at the I. O. 6. F. hall at which plans for a Rebekah convention will be made, The convention will be held at Algona'next month. Mrs. Hanlnn Bleu Suddenly- Funeral services for Ted Hanlan's mother were held Saturday. Mrs. Hanlan, who has been making her home with her son south of Irvington, was called early last week' to Blalrsburg by the serious Illness of a little granddaughter. The child died last week Wednesday and Mrs. Hanaln died last Thursday. Physicians report that death was caused from old Sge and the shock of her granddaughter's death. « alb rait h , S. S. Is Reopened— After having ,been closed the greater part of -last winter the Galbralth Sunday school reopened a week ago laat Sunday with an attendance of more. than 30. , The school is held at the schoolhouse Just east of the village of Galbralth. Aaron Steussy la the superintendent. Nell H. Malen, evangelist who organized the Sunday school, 'is expected back in the near future. afternoon under the direction of the teacher, Gertrude Norman, and was enjoyed by many mothers and friends. Mrs. A. McLean was called to Mason City last' Thursday afternoon by the illness of a daughter, Mrs. iP. W. Grobe. She returned Monday, reporting Mrs. Grobe Improved. Mrs. David Blythe, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. L. Peck, at Sioux Falls, Is expected at the John Frankl home for a visit some time this month. Mrs. August Robtson Is spending this week with her mother, Mrs. Fred Losey, of near Burt. Mrs. Losey has recently been sick. The Andrew Funks spent Sunday at Theodore Bierstedt's at Fenton. They were dinner guests-In honor, .of Mr. Bierstedt's birthday.' The Aid met last Thursday afternoon at the annex. Eighteen attended, and the time "was spent quilting. .Mr. and Mrs. Percy Phillips, o£ Kanawha, spent Sunday afternoon with the Vernon Robisons. IN Al GONA ' ' F. HOB TON/SON S Farmers In the Fields— Most of the farmers have started work In the fields, sowing oats, but in some spots they are finding a great plenty ot moisture. ^Last week-end was warm and drying, but it turned colder Sunday, with a high wind. Former Senator Visits Here— L. E. Frances, Des Moines, visited at Editor W. A. ,. Mac Arthur's' last week Tuesday. Mr. Frances, once a widely known Spirit (Lake lawyer, formerly represented th'is district in the state senate. 5 gal. Polarlne Oil Polarine Oil, per gallon -78c Mobiloil, per gallon ____—— $1.00 Quaker State Oil, per gallon $1.20 PARTS, BATTERIES, ACCESSORIES Now is the time to have your brakes serviced and lights adjusted. First — Play safe before the law checks on you. ______ USED CARS Rlverdale Club GlrU Meet— The Rlverdale glria' club meets Saturday with Elizabeth Lenners. Roll call will be answered by favorite flowers. Elizabeth Loners will give an Arbor .day talk. Mrs. Jewell Patterson will &Ive a health talk. A demonstration of home furnishings will be given by Roeetta Barker. Rally day plans will be made. This | club is reported to be organizing an orchestra. Embroider}- Club Meet's— The Embroidery club met last H.' E. C. Girls Serve Board— I week Wednesday afternoon with The advanced home economics Mrs: Earl Miller, and'27'were served class entertained members of the late in the afternoon. M. P. Chris- school board and the wives at 7 tlansen, Algona, gaye a talk on his o'clock dinner last Thursday even- recent trip to the east. He also ing. ' talked on hard times and other subjects. The afternoon was thorough- Senior Play Tomorrow >'hrht— Iy en joyed. The next meeting will The Senior play. The Burglary at be neld May 4 at Mrs. Nels Mitch- at the MRS, WISE, SEXTON, HONOR GUEST AT BIRTHDAY PARTY Brown's, will be presented Belltone theater this week Friday | evening. College Prospects Interviewed— Professor Perkins, Coe college, was here Friday, Interviewing Dean Clapsaddle and other prospective students. ell's. 1929 Nash sedan 1929 Chevrolet coach Ford Model A coupe 1928 Dodge sedan 1928 Oakland coach 1929 Chevrolet coupe Marj' Smith Now In Ohio- Mrs. J. B. Roblaon recently, received a card from Mary Smith, for-' mer Algonian and daughter of the late L. H. Smith. Miss Smith is now at Genoa, O., where ehe has been [.for several months visiting relatives, She sends regards to •Sexton, Apr. 12-Jdtrs. Sarah Wise the subject of a surprise birthday, party Monday afternoon at her home. Thirty relatives and friends were in attendance, and a short program was given: solo, Mrs. 'Loyd Steven; song, woman's quintette; and song by Mrs. Dorothy Steven, Edith Greenfield, and Nell Wise. Lunch was served at 4:30. -Mrs. Wise, who. was 65. that day, received many gifts, including ah angel °food : cake bearing 65 lighted candles. Mrs. Olsen's Mother Better— Mrs. Melvin Olsen returned Sunday from Brltt, where she was called last week Tuesday by news of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. M. E. Hoover, who has high •blood pressure and suffers spells. She is now about again. Other St. Benedict. The Julian Arndorfers, .accompanied by Mrs. William 'Arndorfer, | drove to Manly Sunday to visit Mrs. Julian Arndorfer's parents, Mr. and | Mrs. Lawrence Cobeen. They were! accompanied home by Florence Co- j been, who Is spending a few weeks with her ejster here. The Frank Elsenbarths were last Sunday visitors at Isadore- Eisenbarth's. The William, ,Shrae- ders, Brltt, were at William Dunlap's. Mrs. Dunlap and Mrs. Shraeder are sisters. Mrs. Martin Blelch, of Dolllver, and her daughter Mary Jane spent last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Seller, going home Sunday. Matilda Garmann, who had spent some time at Des Moines with her sister, Mrs. Clyde Conner, came home one day last week. The Everett Steussys, Clear Lake, spent Sunday with Mrs. Steusey's mother, Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs, daughter, and Martin Rahm spent last week Tuesday at .Mason City. SALESBOOKS OF 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. SAVE THE PRICE OF BALL GAMES Order coal and building materials now at lower prices than you have paid for several years. Phone 229 "The Yard That Saves and Satisfies." F. S. Norton & Son Lumber and Building Materials. i4«••••••»••••••••••••••••••»•«+»«••••<•••»••»< For Clean Cotton Rags-5c Ibu George Jfuiimans to-Ln Veme— I and friends. The George Naumans, 'who had all her Algona the B. V. Daniels house a month, I friends, have moved to Lu Verne. They farmed In Portland last year. and Irvlngton GAINS NEARLY TO against the field Perry McDonald Jr. 4; Party— Little Perry McDonald celebrated his fourth birthday Saturday afternoon by entertaining a number, of little friends. Ledyard Defeats Ball Team— The high school ball team played Its first game this season Friday,, at Ledyard, and was defeated, 5-3. Bnells Home from Florida- Mr, and Mrs. H. O. Buell, who spent the winter at St. Petersburg, Fla., got home Friday. Other Bart News. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Schryver went to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday morning to meet and bring home their daughter, Mrs. Ellen Bisgard for a few hour's visit. She is in the employ of a Denver beauty products company, and had traveled with a demonstrating team to Chicago and other points. She left the same night for Des Moines to rejoin the team. Mrs. N, A. Whltehurst returned last Thursday, after a two weeks absence, The Whltehursts have bought a barbecue at Des Moines, 'and she joined her husband there Saturday. Mr. Whitehurst. formerly managed the local Leader cash store, which recently went out . of Follow-Up Meeting Planned— A follow-up meeting of the woman's Farm Bureau will be held all day this Thursday at Mrs. Morris Parsons'. All Interested women in the district are Invited • to attend. The subject Is repainting furniture. I Each one attending Is requested Jo furirish a covered dish and sandwiches. Ribs Broken In Fall- Mrs. Captain Smith is reported recovering from broken ribs received a few weeks ago. : The accident occurred one morning when the Smith house caught on fire and (Mrs. Smith suffered a fall. She did not realize at the time that her injury was serious. • •• • business. Del Fitch and A. F. Carter Wrist Broken Cranking John Loss is suffering from a broken wrist 'received while cranking hia car Sunday. Other Inrington News. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on "A Man Who Disobeyed Father-Sons Feast Planned— The Aid plans a fathers and sons banquet for May 5, 7 o'clock, at the Sexton hall.'Committees were named at an Aid meeting last Thursday. ^ Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs.' Harvey Steven spent Sunday afternoon at Roy Steven's, near Corwith. Roy is a brother of Harvey. Their father had spent some time at Harvey's, and he stayed for a visit at Roy's. , There was no preaching service •Sunday here, the Rev. and Mrs. McNulty having, been called away because of the death of Mrs. McNulty's mother. There were 33 at Sunday school. ' Orville Hedrlck went to Cherokee Monday to visit his brother William, patient at the state hospital. William was badly hurt -in an auto accident near Lu Verne a lew months ago. Carl Neuman, of Missouri, arrived Monday for a few days with his brother Otto. After his Visit here he will go to Shell Rock to live with a sister-in-law. The Clem Cunninghams spent Sunday with Mrs. Cunningham's mother, Mrs. Warmbier, 'Lu Verne, who has been in poor health a few weeks. The Aid met with Mrs. Veda Hed- last Thursday, 14 in* attend- ac, TIRE 3k SH»fe THRIFT a MILLIONS? J FlRESTONE tires appeal to the thrifty. They give Extra Values ** the lowest prices ever known. a ' • ' Firestone do not manufacture tires under special brand names for mail order houses and others to distribute. Special brand tires are made without the manufacturer's name. They are sold without his guarantee or responsibility for service. .- v ' «P You take no chances on Firestone tires. They are silent, safe, long* wearing — and each tire bears the Firestone name, which is a guarantee of r. English that begin- left * !•» >ALU OAIN NOIOI MOMI$1O,OOO r OOO t ...Mi MMUS cnmum $f.iao,ooo SEE THI NOtOI 1IPORI YOU BUY E nthusiasm foe RolUtor Refrigeration if Making all sales recordf, 1931 showed Norge the favorite by almost a two to 909 margin against all otbtr thftric refrigerators combated! You'll see why when you see the Norge, It is'a fact that no other electric refrigerator offers you so many exclusive features of utility ap4 convenience, 7 And performance! Tfre* Rollator mechanism is simple, sturdy, efficient and almost everlasting, It is extra powered to refrigerate and, freeze ice at all times for a >ong time. Only Norgf has the RoUa- tor. So by all means see the Norge befpreyoi* buy an elec- tncrefrigera&r. last Thursday for Sterling, 111., ' to visit the Geo. D. Stones and bring home Del 1 s eon Harley, spent four or five years who with has his grandparents, attending high school busl- Ctirls three years and for the months attending the Brown ness college, Mr. and Mrs. John,'Long Sr., Long, and Arthur Long, Bancroft, left Saturday for Joliet, 111., called by news of the serious illness of Mr. Long's sister, Mrs. Cosgrove. The Richard Longs, the Ralph Thompsons, and Mrs. Lampe, Lone Rock, followed Friday. Mrs. Carrie Meinzer, daughter THE HOUATOR A *oll*t rolls sod there s ice...u>»« * »" °- The Jas- at Charles Anna, and Mr. and Mrs. R. rE, Kautzky, Fort Dodge, were Sunday visitors at A. H. Meinzer's. The Clayton Johnsons, Corwith, were at Mrs. M. A. Dexter's. Shlplers, Woden, were Larsen'e. • . Mrs Lois Trainer. .Kanawha, visited here from last week Tuesday till last Thursday, leaving then for Philip S- D., to help care for her - Mrs. G. G. Wheeler, who re- suffered a stroke. The Wheel- e ,. s rans a grocery store here 30 VG8TS £l£O.* 4. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ames spent froth last Thursday till Saturday at W H. Schwletert's, en route from De'trolt, where they had spent a son, to thejr home at ning"ne*t' Sunday a' aeries of -surprises;- connected-with thq services, will take* place.v : Sunday school was attended by 93. The Harry Sabins , and Rpscoe Mawdsley were Sunday guests at Rome Roblson's. Mr. and Miw. Harold Currah visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker and the Earl Millers were Sunday guests at J. M. Cox's. •'••'-.'. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winandy and son, Chicago, 111., arrived at the John Simon home | last Saturday evening, : Mr, Winandy returned to Chicago 'Sunday-'evening, hut Mr*. Winandy and baby son will remain for a two weeks visit. * It is reported that Eart Powell, son-in-rlaw of Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield, who was eeriously burned about the legs last summer, has re* turned from Iowa City to his home at Mason City and is able to toe around some. The Missionary society will meet this week Friday afternoon at the church. Subjects to be studied are Africa and The American Negrp. Mrs. V. J. -Schichtl will lead and ^^^^•^^^••^K41iBHm^^^ MB ^^^ MMI ^^^"*^ v SENSATIONAL TRAVEL BARGAINS APRIL 22-23-24 LIMIT MATf 8 bible study. ,.Qtta ISfeuman .spent Sunday Yentura;, calling' on- old friends. ' WJljlam Packard; Renwick. A was at Fred Nearing'B Sunday. satisfactory service. Firestone's greater economies in buying, manufacturing, and distributing make possiblethesegreater values and lower prices. . •' Stop at our store today. See sections 'cut from Firestone tires—special brand mail order tires and others. Take these sections in your own hands — compare Quality and Construction. Then you* top, will know why— "Firestone i» the tire tfot taught thrtft to Extra Value* GUM-DIPPED CORPS Tlw Firaftofm patented Gum-Dlppinfl prae ear with a Redfleld, S. D. rother of Mm NIW ORIATIt VAIUIS At RICHARDSON'S Mr. Ames Schwietert. is ft 'Oiner t". «***"* — — *• -- , - SJI^^^'SS ^S'Si.StSaSvS put in a cast, and he will have to go b ,ok in a>w wgg.^ retumefl from Muscatine and Daven- 'they had spent sev- 0 ' 01 Gettmau is working Suje^ful Farmto^ y ^ £**££ P^^s, Mr. and Wr« qiey, who had spent a i, )iom«> to KteBter, Mmn-, Between practlcajy all points on I'lie Milwaukee Bflad east of Missouri River, also Omaha and Kansas City. Bound Trip A" 01 ** PRICE IS ALWAYS IMPORTANT! '"V*, In selecting your diamond j engagement ring at Wehler's J you are assured of a beauti- | .til-brilliant stone of the finest ', color and quality set in the ', latest -fashion of mounting, ! Bu't it is just as important for you to know that our price is actually lower than you are frequently asked for diamond rings of inferior quality and value. Beginning as low as {15.00 and ranging in price, 185.00, 135, $50, 975 to ¥350.00. We are showing some beautiful engagement rings and wedding rings set with dia-' ' monds at from *12.QQ to $50.00 —also line 18-k. white gold at from |6.50 to flOOO. We have of yeUow goW •a bonrformi th« cotton cordi Into a i tough, sinewy unit. Liquid rubber p •wry cord and coati •vwy fiber, L again* lirt-malfricHo* and heal, grearty *K crwMteg KM 4Mn0Hi of Kw cord body, a«« el-tag Mow Hw Mo. ItWO EXTRA CORD PLKS UNDER THE TREAD COMPARE • QUALITY • CONSTEUCTION • PE COURIER TYPE CHn. S.9S 3.M S.5T NfMr 12 EACH WHEN BOUGHT IMPAIRS Good to sleeping parlor Cars on payment For*. \ I Cbewolct; Fan) 1 Chevrolet Dod««- v Tlr» 1.40-21 M«79 i.50-20 4.50-21 4.75-19 4.75-80 S.00-1 1 s.oo-ao 5.00-Sl 5.JB-1I CukPrlc* *•»* f.41 ».§» *.4J *.*» Mi Tm CMDPrlc* NrPiir 19.S4 I1.4S Sm'b'k'r kuburo-.. ordan — 5.25-21 5.50-18 S^iO-W 6.00-18 ™ 6.00-19 H4». 6.00.19 OMItM SS.IS S.4S «•»•¥ St.«f ts.st takPria «*-•» *S.«4 *f>f *«.*• 8tut« tie* Packard- Tin 6.50-20 H.P 7.00-20 H.D. 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