Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1932 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT WANTED, OLD TUBES SPECIAL 15% Trade in on your old tubes. BJUSTROM'S Phone 520 CHICAGO 00 Round Trip Children Half Fare SEPTEMBER 23 - 24 Good in coaches only on all trains. Return to reach starting point by mldnlg-ht September 20 Lots to Do—Toko Your Choice Sightseeing Trips — See the 1933 World's Fair Buildings, admission lOc, complete tour of grounds 25c— Baseball—Chicago Cubs.vs. Cincinnati—Mile Long Navy Pier—Shedd Aquarium — Adler Planetarium— Field Museum—Art Institute. Visit friends and relatives. Tickets Jfoiv on Sale For Details Ask Any Agent THE MILWAUKEE ROAD H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OFALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling. Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 298 Algona, Iowa Get Up Nights? •'' TRY THIS 25c TEST Physic the bladder as you would the bowels. Drive out impurities and excessive acids that cause irritation, burning and frequent desire. Get a 25c test box of BU-KETS, the bladder physic, from any drug store. After four days if you are not relieved of getting up nights go back and get your money. BU-KETS containing buchu leaves, juniper oil, etc., acts similar to castor oil on the bowels. If you are bothered with backache or leg pains, arising from bladder disorders, you are bound to feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. GOOD HOPE CHURCH YEAR IS TO CLOSE SUNOAUEPT, 25 Good Hope, Sept. 20—The Methodist church year in northwest Iowa is rapidly drawing to a close, next Sunday being the last before conference. This conference Is to be held at the Grace church, Sioux City, September 27-October 3. This will be the first time in the history.of the church in which laymen will participate with ministers as an executive body In the annual conference. Representatives have been duly elected from Good Hope: A. R. Cruikshank. delegate; D. C. Gardner, alternate; Whlttemore, Mrs. L. W. Swanson, delegate; Mr. Swnnson, alternate. Last Sunday the annual church meetings were held at Whlttemore and Good Hope. At Good Hope eight young people from the Junior Sunday school were introduced to congregation and promoted to the Young People's class in the Adult department. Two, Bernice Dodds and Leon Gardner, were also received into church membership, three others already being members. Reports were read from the departments of the church, and while the effect of the times WAS apparent, especially in financial matters, the work of the church in general was shown to be in healthful, growing condition. The people of the tu-o churches are looking forward with optimistic expectation, and are already at work on a constructive program, the initiation of which will occur soon. •Regular sessions of Sunday school and church as usual next Sunday. Opportunity will be offered for the reception of members into the church, and the sacrament of baptism will be administered. There will be no service* of any kind at Woman's Club Programs Ont— The year's programs' for the Algona Woman's club have been printed. Mrs. Mary Woodward,' Whittemore, second vice president and head of the program committee, and her assistants, Mrs. Victoria Evans, either Good Hope Sunday, October 2. or Whlttemore COACH TELLS THE ROTARIANS ABOUT FOOTBALL AT H. S, Coach Kenneth Mercer, of the Algona high school, gave a short talk before the Rotary club Monday. He emphasized the fact that Algona needs both community and school spirit, behind the A. H. S. football team this fall if the boys are to win their share of games. The team has to be developed almost from the ground up, for there are only four last year's men who have had experience, and there are 26 recruits to be broken in. In the past Algona has had a record for good teams, Mr. Mercer said; but the establishment of St. Cecelia's aca'demy naturally split the best material between the two schools, with the result that men for a good team in each ecV\ool are scarce, and the high school now faces loss of its ranking not only in football but in other sports. There are two outstanding new football rules which will interest fans. Now five men have to be on he 40-yd. line on the receiving side the kickoff, whereas before there vere only two. This rule is an at- empt to eliminate wedge play, vhich had become' dangerous in ootball. The second new rule dei'ares the ball dead when in a. slippery -field he player slips and his knee touch's the ground. The ball automatically becomes dead at the point where he slip occurs. If the players fail o remain in position a penalty of 'ive yards is levied. The object of :his rule is to eliminate danger vhen players pile on the runner after he is in part down. Married Mrs. Helen Bishop, and Mrs. Prudence Clark, chose an orchid cover on the first page of which appeare a striking cut of a young woman in an old-fashioned gown. The contents of the yearbook appear elsewhere in today's Advance. ' WORRYING ABOUT BLOOD PRESSURE? Don't do It—just keep your stom- "ach in order and you'll be all right. A tablespoonful of Dare's Mentha Pepsin before meals makes a world of difference. No more dizzy spells, pain, headache, nor other symptoms of stomach distress. Money back any time 1 it fails, says E. W. Lusby, Druggist. STOP - X - EMA With Dr. Erickson's new remedy thousands have recovered, and we are so positively convinced of its merits that we sell it on a guarantee.—K. D. James. 2 MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE >41gona, Iowa Mary Miller Ig Married- Four Corners, Sept.. 20—Last week Wednesday morning at St. Cecelia's church, Algona, Mary, daughter, of Mrs. Agnes Miller, near Algona, was married to Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elbert, the Rev. Father Davern officiating. The hride wore white satin with a brocaded veil and carried a bouquet of pink tea roses and white clematis. She was attended by Carmel Elbert, who wore a silk crepe dress the color of ashes of roses and carried purple asters and clematis. The bridegroom was attended by Michael Elbert. A wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's mother to the bridal pair, the bride's brothers and sisters, the Leo C. Millers, the Jos. Elberts, and Father Davern, all of Algona; Mrs. Henry Zeigler, a son, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lang, and a daughter, all of Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. William Besch, and the William Elberts, all of Whittemore; Mr." and Mrs. Le Roy Shiltz, Bancroft; and the Frank Weiskamps, Wesley. A wedding dance was given the same night at the I. O. O. >F. hall, Algona, and a large number of friends of the newlyweds attended. The newlyweds made a short wedding trip to Mason City and Rockwell last Thursday, returning Friday. They have begun housekeeping in Mrs. O. Lorenz's house. Mr. Elbert clerks at the J. W. Neville store, and Mrs. Elbert has for three years been a popular clerk at the A. & P. grocery, where she Is still employed. FOUR RURAL CLUBS TO ENTERTAIN AT COUNTY MEET HERE South Cresco, Sept. 20—The M. & D. club met last Thursday at Mrs. Homer Lindhoret's, 12 members and seven guests attending. Mrs. Charles Reaper, new president, presided. Mesdames Lindhorst, E. C. Potter, and F. C. Parks were appointed floral committee, and Mesdames M. L. Dutton, J. H. Fraser, and W. L. Martin, tellers. On October 4 the Plum Creek, Union,'Four Corners, and Cresco societies are to be hostesses at a county federation meeting, and the local club committee members will be: reception, Mrs. Parks; program, Mrs. William F. L. E. C. Woman's Club of Algona T HIS IS MA'RV MILDER, whose marriage to Arnold Elbert (lucky fellow) Is reported somewhere in today's Advance. The picture appeared In a group of brides In the Sunday D, M. Register. 'Schoby, Chris Johnson, and Julia Brace. The program Included a short talk by Mrs. Brace; vocal duet, Mesdamea W. H. Hodges and \V. L. Martin; reading, Margaret Vigars; vocal duets, Ruth Malueg and Ella Mae Johnson; reports on last week's 'Sunday school convention at Sexton, Mesdames Clark and Hulse. Girl's Birthday is Observed— A note 'by. mail which lacks date of the party and location (some-. where near Wesley) reports that Frederlca Glrres was taken by surprise when 25 friends arrived in the evening to help her celebrate a birthday. sisted of The entertainment "Mike," and Cyril con- Venteicher won high score, Mary Kent, low. Lunch was served, and gifts were presented to the honoree. Mrs. Spencer's Birthday Honored- Mrs. D. P. Smith entertained the Birthday club last Thursday at luncheon and 'bridge In honor of Mrs. R. H. Spencer's anniversary. The high score was won by Mrs. D. D. Paxson, and Mrs. Spencer was presented ipith a birthday cake. Others in attendance were Mesdames R. P. Norton, B. A. Thorpe, J. Keen, S. A. Woreter, and H. E. Ward. Fox Family In Picnic Here — A W. M. Fox family picnic took place last week Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park, 23 persons attending, including the Leo Foxes, Titonka, and the Harry JPutz, Jesse Volentine, families, and W. M. Ira Hansen Fox, all of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Worster, Algona, were guests. C. C. Afternoon Parties End — There were seven tables of bridge at the last afternoon party this season at the Country club clubhouse Tuesday. Mrs. H. M. Hauberg won the high score; Mrs. R. H. Miller, second. Mrs. Al Falkenhain- er and Mrs. D. H. hostesses. Goeders were Weds at Notre Dame Cliapel — Dorothy, daughter of W. R. Flemming, Forest City, was married Saturday morning at 10 o'clock to Andrew F. Conlin. Chicago, at the Log Cabin .chapel on the campus of Notre Dame university, South Bend, Ind. Mr. Conlin is an alumnus of Notre Dame. Mr. 'Flemming, daughter Gertrude, and son Donald, and the bridegroom's father, Los Angeles, with a couple, few other relatives of the were in attendance. Attend Rally at Hospital— A group of CPirst Lutheran church women attended a Friendship rally at the new Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, yesterday. The event was staged to develop friendship in the district for the hospital and show the nature of the/work the hospital is doing. Five Women Are Entertained—. Mrs. B. A. Thorpe'"entertained five women at supper : -Sunday night: Mrs. L. C. Reding; Mrs. Emily GriggB, Mrs. D. E, : Dewel, Mrs. Lee •Stlilman, .Hammond," Ind., (formerly Vinson), and Mrs.' Maurice Cullen, (formerly Streit), Whlttemore. Runchey; decoration, Mrs. Zeigler; dining room, Mrs. Potter; kitchen, Mrs. Martin. Mrs. Zeigler and Mrs. Lena Bjelland were named captains in a new member contest. Quilt blocks were made, and a gift was' ordered sent to Mrs. Sadie Potter-Gardner, Bancroft, much missed in the club's musical activities. LUVERNE WOMAN INJURED IN MINNESOTA CAR CRASH Lu Verne, Sept. 20 — As the Quinby Lees, of Renwick, and Mrs. Josie Brink, Lu Verne, were on their way to Morris, Minn., Friday, a car drove out from a sideroad near Madelia. Minn., and struck their car. All were bruised, and Mrs. Brink had three ribs broken and her back injured. After they had their car repaired the party came back to Lu Verne, and Mrs. Brink is being taken care of at the home of her son, John Brink. They had intended to visit relatives at Morris weeks. for two Bill Distributor Fined. Garner has an ordinance providing that no person may distribute dodgers or of her advertising matter (unless via the postofflce) without first securing a permit. A Mason City retailer who violated the ordinance was taken before the mayor two weeks ago and assessed $5. Excursion Adrertised. The railroads are advertising an |S round trip to Chicago for this week-end. After a short honeymoon trip Jn the east, Mr. and Mrs. Conlin will be at home at Chicago, where Mr. Conlin is in the employ of the Peabody Coal company. The new Mrs. Conlin is well known to Algonians, for she lived here many years. She was the granddaughter of the late Mrs. John Kennedy, and is a niece of Mrs. J. J. Dooley. She attended the Algona high school. later attending St. Catherine's school for girls, St. Paul. During the last few years she had been at home with her father. Mr. Conlin, with Miss Flemming, had visited here on numerous occasions, and so is known to a number of Algonians. Attend Two P.-T. A. Meetings— » Mrs. S. A. Worster, Mrs. M. G. Norton, Mrs. A. E. Michel, and Mrs. H. D, Hutchins attended a north central district P.-T.. A. meeting at Estherville last Thursday. In the morning a school of instruction was conducted by Mrs, C. C. Roe, Washington, D. C., field secretary of the National Congress of the Ps-T. A. In the afternoon Mrs. Hattie Moore- Mitchell, dean of women at the state teachers college, Plttsburg, Kans., and Agnes Samuelson, Iowa state superintendent of schools, spoke. Mrs. Worster is president of the local P.-T. A. The same quartet attended a school of instruction at Emmetsburg Friday. Leona Richardson Bride— 'Leona E., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley 'Richardson, wag married Sunday at 3 o'clock to Clarence Woods, son of Mrs. Lottie Smith. Algona. The ceremony was performed by the .Rev. A. S. Hueser at the home of the bride's parents In the presence of 47 relatives and friends. The, bride's attendant was Adel Bankson, and best man was Claude White. 'Following the ceremony, a reception was held, after which the couple departed for a honeymoon. Mr. Woods Is employed with a road graveling crew at present operating south of Whlttemore. The new Mrs. Woods had been employed at the Klrsch laundry three years. S. S. Bible Class Meets— The Methodist Bible Searchers 6. S. class met Tuesday with Mrs. M. E. Worster; assisting hostesses, Meedames Gilbert Shepard, J. IF. R. •$. A. to Meet Tonight— The Royal Neighbors meet tonight at the hall, and after Initiation there will be a millinery sale. Each member is to take a hat, wrapped, to sell at 15c. The Mayme Belts division will serve refreshments, i .... : Club to Meet at Park— Mrs. Charles Reaper will be hostess at the next meeting of the Cresco M. & D. club, which will take place at the Ambrose A. Call state park next Thursday. ' Other Society. The Congregational Aid will serve its annual chicken, pie supper and hold a bazaar next week Thursday. Women of the church are'asked to donate for one of three booths— candy, home-baking, and utility. The W. R. C. club will meet next ee Mrs. William Dehnert; assisting hostesses, Mesdames Shackelford, Steussy, Mahoney, Troutman, and Minkler. The R. N, A. club meets next Tuesday at 2:80 p. m. with Mrs. Edw. Hopkins; assisting hostesses, Mesdames John Storm, Meta Palmer, William Geering, and Link, The Alpha Delphians will meet next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. M. J. Kenefick, and Mrs. M. J. Streit will give the program. The Naomi Circle meets tomorrow afternoon with Mrs, C. C. Wright; assisting (hostesses, Mrs. W. B. Laird, Mrs. E. J. Rawson. Funeral Home Changes, Laird & McCullough, funeral directors, have rearranged the interior of their building. In the former chapel IS caskets are on display. The former casket room is being redecorated for a chapel. The two rooms are nearly of the same size. Greenwood-Ramsey Meeting. A Greenwood-Ramsey Farm Bureau meeting was held last week Tuesday evening at the Bancroft •schoolhouse, and there was an attendance of 125. This was the opening fall meeting. Tramp's Victim Out, Mrs. Marie Kutschara, Searton, who was beaten by a tramp some weeks ago, was able to attend eer- •vlces Sunday at the local Trinity Lutheran church. Buy 126 Calves. 'Lewis WlloUn, Cresco township, and his sons have bought 186 calve* at Slow City and wJU feed out. OFFICERS Mrs. May Harrington ...„ . president .(First Vice President M". Be? 8 ^r:::r.~^S«««»« s^ Mrs. Lura Sanders-- — ; Hlstorlan Miss 1 Margaret Durant; ; :- COMMITTEES • program K-SE2S- ffsass Mrs. Alice Hutchins • N Membership Mrs. Emma DeWel «$ L ™ «* *«£* Mrs. Elizabeth Holmee . Mrs. Alice Cowan * Finance - N . Miss Ella Thompson . Mrs. Luell£ Bake? Mrs. Elvira Monlux Mrs ; Ella Q uaiton PnbUc Welfare Mrs. Claire Keith Mrs. Myrtle Wallace Social K2S52U Mrs. Laura Chubb Mrs - Bdlth Taylor Publicity Mrs. Leora St. John ' Mrs. Ida Leffert Flower Mrs. Mabel Samson . Mrs. Ursula Daughan Program for 1932 and 1933 September 23 Luncheon at Country Club. Guest speaker —Mrs. Jane Blythe, Maeon City October 14 Art of Living.— Mrs. A. A. Bishop Intelligent Voting October 28 — E. C. McMahon, G. W. Stillman, November 18 Seasonal Musical Direction, Mrs. Clark December 16 Christmas Customs in Foreign Lands. January 6 The Best Novel of 1932 Mrs. T. H. Chrischillea January 27 Homance of Old China Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer February 10 Trends of Modern Literature Mrs. Lura Sanders February 24 • Announcement of winners of Prize Essay Contest. Reading of Essays. March 10 Review of Pulitzer Prize Play. March 24 The Child in Art .' '. Miss Durant April 7 Book Review —." Miss Ella Thompson ' April 38 Iowa-Pioneer Memories. Hay 13 Music of Spring ------ i Direction Mrs. Prudence Clark. rp ea May Iris and Peony Show. Members for 1932—1933 Mr. 1—Mrs. Meta Vohs G. L,. 2—Mrs. MaryWoodward H. E. 3—Mrs. Ida Leffert D. L. • ' 47^-Mrs. \AIIce Hutchms H. D. S—Mrs. Lucile Merritt L. M. 6—Mr* Hazel Lusby B. W. 7—Mrs. Hazel Steele D. B. ''^~^ce*C^ 8—Mrs. Ursula Daughan W. T. 10—Mrs. Leora Sti. John Geo. 11—Mra, Bertha Michel • A.' B. 12—Mrs. Elizabeth Holmes T. H. 13—Mrs. Clara Lewis H. A. 14—Mrs. Mary Mawdsley J. R, 15—Mrs. Margaret Momyer • ' C. 'A. 16—Miss Carrie Durant 17^Miss> Margaret Durant • 18—'Mrs. Claire Keith L. \V. 19—Mrs. Maidle Kruse H. N. 20—Mrs. Marie Green F. W. 21—-Mrs. Mabel Samson Claude 22—Mrs. Beatte Sawyer F. B. 23—Mrs. Clara Klahr F, P. 24—Mrs. Luella Baker L. G. 25—Mrs. Fern Foster W. 'JL 26—Mrs. Myrta Wallace R, :M. SocthCretco i. ift^ktter's sis- Mlni&i., cam6 Ffl- elatives here, sjieht night'at tS. fa ' • P0tter% a'n<l Sunday at F t U Mliier'a, leaving for^nohie tHal night. They had Vte- ItecTMrs. fteld'a sister, Mrs.'A. W. Powell, LuaHa-, aii'd - Mrs. John Reid's relatives at Mallard and Lauren's before they came here. , ' MrS.. B.,tt Potter- left Friday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Alvin Nelson, ftingsted. Her family drove up Sunday to bring her home, ' Mrs. Frank Ranney, Long Beadi, Calif., was a years a mechanic ftt garage, tentatively automobile retlllll . route for the''!)'^'' The Buttons n ve Oregor. IV9 « d >*U 13 to ofJ i 80 Jj lolnei 011 *«f| Florence Wellendorf, Chicago, ana her sifter Leona, Washington, D. C., who on September 12 became the bride of Henry Otterson, electrical engineer at Washington, arrived last Thursday. BUorence returned Sunday nis^t to Chicago, where a he is employed. The two sisters, another sister. Rena, also of Chicago, I* L, WeUendorts, and jtfeflte 27—Mrs. May Fox L. W. 28—Mrs. Sadie Greenberg Joe 29—Miss Ella Thompson 30—Mrs. Lura Sanders 3i—Mrs. Ruth ,Raney Glen 32—Mrs. May Harrington T. P. 33—Mrs. Edith Taylor C, H. 34—Mrs. Rose Anderson Anton ' 'SS^Mrs.' Margaret Godden ' 'W. H. 39-HMre. Anna 'Fairbanks L. E. 37—Miss Mamie Gilbrlde .,88-iMrs. Ella Quarton/^ W. B. 39—Mrs. Margaret Janse P. V. 40—Mrs. Cora Rising E. R. 41—Mrs. Helen Bishop A. A. 42—Mrs. Pauline Saunders ' '-,•'• ; Floyd 43—Mrs. Emma Dewel W. C. 44—Mrs. Laura Chubb C. T. 45—Mrs,'Victoria Evans R. A. 46—Mrs. Elvira .Monlux D. D. , 47—Mrs. Beth Schemel E. A. 48—Mrs. Myrtle Rist H. E! 49—Mrs. Alene Lee W. S. 50—Mrs. Winifred Jergensen' Alfred 51—Mrs. Velma Coffin V. H. • 6.9—Mrs. Vesper Hull H. V, Wellendorf were guests Monday a- F,k. Miller's. • '' ^Friends of Mr. and Mrs. James Reid, Hector, Minn., formerly here learn of the improvement of the 16- te^t°n d 8 ° n Charlei ». afflicted -syith infantile paralysis, who underwen an operation at a hospital at S neapolls, foUow« d ^ T^IT- a l .1^ a Such Beautiful SWEATER! ^ V *,,«v .!,,<;' "Where You Feel at Home" This is going to be the biggest knit goods year of a times—first, because the sweaters and suits are! beautiful, and second, because the prices are soli Our knit goods have that style, that individual which shows the painstaking selection necessary t buy the right merchandise. • Our'sweaters have "snap"—they are chic — vusm tive. Three new shipments have arrived this weew sweaters, dresses, and suits in warm, mellow shstdes, gorgeous color combinations of red br<,wi taft: and blue. You'll like the big selection too-I just a few scattered garments but dozens of atti tive knit apparel. Come in this week, when size ranges are complete- come in while you get the benefit of all the varioi prices. You'll be amazed that a dollar or two i buy so much. Sweaters, ladies' and children's $1.00 (oj Dresses, ladies' and misses' $3.95, $4.{ Suits, ladies and misses' __•__ $7.95 and$lMI Despite the so-called depression, you'll find thisi packed with attractive new Fall merchandise, COL pus, salesladies and the usual Chrischilles & He "pep." •._•-•• Public Meetini ^F^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^F^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^PP If you wish to hear some startling truths, belli • There is going to be a large crowd at the FAIR GROUNDS —-— -on —: • TUESDAY, Sept. 21 Meeting begins at I:45 p. m. MiloReno, National Chairman of the Far Holiday Assn. will be the main speaker. If you want to comment on the movement or t speaker you should attend. Everyone Welcome PROBLEM ARE INVITE If YOU have any printing job* turii < over to m for a perfect result will gladly advUe you,without^ on any printing problem* you BBI^WHHI^^^^^^^^HHi^^HI^HIiHI^^^^HBHHM^^^^^ SPECIAL NOTICI GLASS OF ALL KINPS| We liave added to our wgtt&r auto complete line of window glass for torn ej, need of window glg-lt wiU piy you to g'J on our A «juaBy glass. __ - JOEGREENBERC

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