Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1932 · Page 5
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^O f 1632, FORD Reduced Schedules v :' '' •«'.' ."" . • Was „„„ valves, dean carbon ___ __ 6 . 00 itati new rings> — ___ 7.00 ehteft all main bearings 6.00 [ace cam' shaft gear _-.__,. 3.25 nge clutch plate ___________ 10.00 . B n carburetor - .50 .hricate chassis . ___ __ i i00 lange transmission and rear axle lubricant — -'- 1.40 bush front end . 6.00 nterOHs—Alcohol—-Heaters—Mats—GIass—Tires ;yo ur car ready for winter now. Take advantage of these new low prices. Now 4<80 5'.60 4.75 2.60 6.0'6' .40 .75 1.00 4.50 Be 484 MOTOR CO. AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa lerrfoto- KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE, A*/*6KA, 16WA home o ' on for ruptured appendix Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital Coon °y returned Tuesday 8he went s "nday ° £ a Cousln to Monday 1 ' MaK » f <3Ky. Is eub- as p "no- R. H. Guderlan who Is . . away on a honeymoon. came" "Jfn J 6 ^ ?" Wlnlfre<l Knec »t came home last week Wednesday from two weeks of visits at Princeton, .Toilet, and Streator, ill SUlHvan came h °™ spending -a week at '* 6 with his Friday Oet, 80-2I JDUNNE-JOHlf "BOLES Jn "BACK STREET" |novel set the county agog! > beet seller is on .the screen. tit as vivid, aa honest, aa fear- I the book by 'Fannie -Hurst! woman will weep! Every nian r! So humane so sincere. | a romance waited 'years to be -now- here-it" -is, a picture. t poignant; perfect!- 'Matinee 2:30 p.;m. lOc, .25c. 1 Saturday, October 22. BUCK JONES ta---.. ;•-.!' •.' , • - h "WHITE-EAGLE" V- ' ; ( of fun—plenty - of 'action—a t of thrills. Also serial—"He[ the West." Big 2-reel com- itinee 1:30'p. m., 3:30 p. m'., Sunday and Monday, Oct!. : 2JJ.24 "WttslUnston Merry-Go-Kound" ' ; with L«e Tracy, Constance Cnmmlngg Allen Dlmehart The one you've been waiting for a daring expose of our great Capita City. Beautiful settings—ihirlguih situations—real entertainment! •'''••' Paramount News—NEW! Comedy Matinee 1 p. m., 10-25c; after p. m., 10-25-35c. Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 25-20 Hcleu Twevelrees, Lewis Stone- Robert -Yonng' • .-; • .W ' ^^:.:.- : \ "UNASHAMED" . '' She was restless—craved, excite ment. Come and see h"dw she pal' for it. Matinee Tuesday, 2:30 p. m 10-25C. 8 JCRQCERY Week End Specials granu- ! j|| ed, 10 Ibs fll ided Wheat, lllogg's, 2 pkg. k—tall cans [ip-Sunny Nay, 10 bars Cake Flour,— Airy Fairy, pkg. Butter Nut Jell, if ; J 3 pkgs. — l i f Flour, A. B. C., 49 Ib. bag Cabbage,. 100 Ibs—^9 3 large heads' ___—lOfi FORSERVjlCE ,Dry Cleaning.. |ve your wearing apparel cleaned, repaired and ! pressed and made to look as good as hew ; gs, draperies and curtains receive careful and [ prompt attention. Phone and we will call , ; Furs cleaned and repaired. lodern Dry Cleaners \ PHONE 587 PECIAL NOTICE GLASS OF ALL KINDS have added to pur regular auto glass service a rt lete line of wlg4ow glass for homes. When in of window glass Jt win pay you to g< LI* A nnoli4.*» jli««.>. <r ur A get our JOE GREENBERG , PHQNBU18 S "' v I IIP1IIIJ(U,I,JIHP«W«P»B!W!»^I!J J - IJ . J .T- "• . "• fWMi^y^ «=» i«*»v, WJLII niS brought them home that &*" d .* r ?. D '> n Herrick, Lake Wght. ' ^ me PHday for Mr. and Mrs. R. w. HerHck - te a ateter. « Mr. Herrick la employed in a yea m a ^ machine shop. ,.Mrs. 'L. D. goes to Ma' - ^er with her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Van Ness. She haa been at her son Senator L. J. Dickinson's during the la ' . . last few months. o, pro *'-am will be. given Sherman No. 2 schoolhouse m will be Berved. Bemice Sut- is teacher. W1 " Tlede and Fred o erne ' vlslted at L °"l« Sunday afternoon, and the were nf, > t Gottlieb Gronbach's. . Julia Schllmoeller, now of Gran- Vjlle, has. been visiting at the Kos- 9ut\) hospital since Saturday. She Is a registered nurse, and formerly worked at the hospital. . tt.,W. .Godden and his father, J. .. GOdden, Emmetsburg, went to Ipswich and Clear Lake, S. D., Monday to look after, bualness interests. They are expected home tomorrow. The Borchardt.drug store opened Nyal products 2-fa-l sale yesterday, and it will continue till Saturday night. A 1st of the products, with prices, appears in an advertisement. :,VA professional furteral directors meeting and banquet at Mason City Minn., were married,,Tuesday noon at the Trinity 'Luthran parsonage sby the Rev. P. J. Braner. .They were attended fcy Edward 'Ralmann and Mm. Luelia Raimann, also of Mapteton. The couple will live on a farm near Mapleton. ' Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Witham and their daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Vlnlng, wlth>the<latter'8'daughter Frances, returned, Saturday from Waterloo, i where they had spent ten days with the Witham son Roy, foreman for the international Harvester company there. Mrs. Roy Witham brought them home, going back Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hull and their two children spent Saturday and Sunday at Kellerton and Kingsley. At Kellerton they visited Mr. Hull's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hull, and at Kingsley they visited Mrs. Hull's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fierce. Mr. Hull is examiner^tn- charge of the Kossuth County State bank. More than 400 Kossuth teachers at tended the annual county institute in the auditorium of the high school building here'Friday. 'Included were more than 25 parochial teachers and -the normal training students in the local high school. Speakers were Dr- Thomas Kirby, of the state university; Professor Steiner',. of Grinnell; and Edith Holmstrom, also of the university. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mahana, Davenport, and their daughter Gladys, San Francisco, came Monday for a visit till Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg. Mrs. Hauberg is also a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mahana. Gladys, who is in the employ of a bonding company, i« at home for a month's vacation. Mrs. Hauberg will accompany them home, for a two weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. D. E, Dewel, Mr. and Mrs. D. T.' Nugent, and Mr and Mrs; W. W Sullivan entertained 22'cou- ples at dinner and bridge last Thursday night. A 'three-course dinner was served, at small tables decorated* with Halloween accessories. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs.- J. M. Herbst and Dr. W. D. Andrews, and the family prize by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. clipping frohi a column ih the Lo Angeles Times called The Lancer written by Harry Carr, giving reas ons why he will vote for Hoover This clipping /was sent to Mrs. Mary Jane Clark, w.ldow of the late Alonzo D. Clark, "by Mrs. Mary J Clarke; Los-Angeles, widow of the late A. D. Clarke, and the former re quested 'Publication, incidentally, I Is Interesting to note that though the two families are fn no'Way related the initials of both the two men and the two women are Identical and the surnames differ by only the addition of a letter. PAOB ROTARIANS HEAR RILEUECTURER Col. Arthur- McArthur, Detroit spoke before the Rotary club Monday noon, on the life and philosophy of the well known poet, James 'Whitcomb Rlley. Mr. McArthur recited many of the Interesting poems written by Rlley, and In a number of cases revealed what Inspired them Colonel McArthur pointed out that Mr. Rlley loved things of nature and the joy of living. His love of children was expressed in kindly things which he did for them. He enjoyed their company more than anything else, and his poems were many times written about them. Though Mr. Rtiey has now been dead snice 1916, his poems keep his memory alive In the schools and will stand the test of time, Mr. MoArthur gav6 a number of the Rotarians pictures of Mr. Rlley. The photograph was the last ever taken of the poet, and it was taken at a birthday party for a child a month before his death. He Is shown surrounded by the children. A framed copy of the picture was won by Dennis Pratt. , . .Colonel McArthur travels, giving his Rlley lectures and selling sets of the Rlley works. FARMERSWOUtOBENEFIT UNDER NEWJAME PLAN >.: H. Goeders' reviewed the work of the fish and game commission before the Klwanis club last Thursday and outlined a 25-year plan of . _. ~.«,«j. the commission for the establishment George W.'Patterson, Burt, T. P. of Same refuges throughout the state. Harrington, Algona, and a Mr. Kelly • Under this nlnn fa^ma^a a-*** n «b-^^ per. Monday was attended by W.~E. Laird, R. G. Richardson, W. G. McCullough, and A. H. Fuchs, Bancroft. J. W. Long, ousted auditor of state, now a "revenge" candidate for governor, was here briefly Monday night Apparently,..he was Just passing through Algona and stopped for sup- ~sr. • Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes went to Minneapolis Tuesday for a few days with their daughter Ruth, employed in -the off ices, of several doctors. Mr. Stokes is a Milwaukee railway postal clerk. Mre. O. E. Butterworth got home last Thursday from Iowa City, where ihe visited Mr. Butterworth, who has jeen a patient at the university hospital six weeks, taking treatment for diabetes.. .The C, ,E, Haxtons have moved to Bmmetsburg, where, it is reported, tfr..;Haxton, who is a pharmacist, has secured employment in a drug store. He used to clerk at Paine & Sorensen's. Dr. H. M. Olson arid his sister tfabel were at. Laurens Saturday af- :ernoon to attend funeral serv- ces 'for their aunt, Mrs. C, A. Christensen, Des Moines, who died of can- ;er at 53 years of age. Mr. .and Mrs. Harvey Wadsworth, Denver, left for. home Tuesday, af- ;er a,week.with the J. W. Wads- ivorths. Harvey is a son of J. W.. md Mrs., Wadsworth, formerly Jean Bushnell, a niece of Mrs. J. W. Harvey; has the Ford agency at Denver. Mrs. Ellen Wagoner, her daughter Janice, and Mrs. B. P. Benson spent Sunday with,Mrs, Wagoner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Benson, Kana- vha. Mrs. Wagoner conducts a dressmaking shop over the Iowa State jank. Mrs. Mary Keefe, north of town, 'ell last Thursday night and injured >ne-shoulder and arm. She has high )lood pressure, which caused.h e r, to ose her balance temporarily,' Her sister, 'Mrs. John Caughlin, spent several Jays with her after the accident. Elva Fordyce, principal of the jLake Mills high school, and Lettie Price, principal of junior high at 'iLake Mills, with Mrs. M M. Hague md her. daughter, Maxine, also'Lake Mills, spent. Saturday with Estelle Arnold, teacher at the Bryant bulld- ' g. *.. Mrs. H. V. Hull entertained 16 women at bridge Friday. A two- course luncheon was served a -one o'clock at four small tables decorat' sd in keeping with ,the season. The ilgh bridge' scores were won by Mrs. ng B.. Saunders and Thorpe. Mrs. Harry Edwards and her two ons came home Sunday from Swea lity, where they had visited since «t Thursday with both Mr. and Mrs. Jdwards' parents and other reja- ives. Mr.. Edwards, who drives'a Shamplin oil truck, ^brought ,the amlly home, Russell Maxwell 'has been seriously ick, but is somewhat improved, fol- owing an attack of intestinal lju, vith threatened pneumonia. . Mrs. laxwell .teaches in district No. 7, rvington township. Her 'mother, Urs. J. M. Patterson, substituted for er last week. „ Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bellock, with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg and their Ralph, were Sunday guests of Jfl AM* ilJl*i W W* w MM -»>*vwj o «••'•' -•* •>— Mr. and Mrs. George Stemnetz, Klce- iile. The SteinmetzQSJ lived here ill Jast spring, when |hey moved o Mr. Steinmetz's fathf teinm'etz painted for . Mrs. 'G. £>. Brundage ;. Monlu? returned " ,lta, where they att t (arm. Mr. Nlelson, Mrs, M. , . , Emmetsburg, left Algona Tuesday night at midnight for Des Molnes, where they appeared before the republican state central committee in behalf of District Judge. Heald for the nomination to fill the vacancy left by 'the.death of. Justice Morllng. The nomination was given to one Claussen. of Clinton. Among Algonians who attended a homecoming at the state college, Ames,- Saturday were: Bernice Harrington, i Kathryn Misbach, ,Le6na Llohter, Margaret DalzieiJ Irma Dee Roupe, Loretta Howie, Sarah Doran, Inez Potter, Harold Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Maurine McCullough, Arthur Nordstrom, Arthur Lukensmeyer, Kennetb Mercer, Dr. Julius- Winkel, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon, ' Dorothy Samson, and Victor (Parsons.' . Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Geigel spent' last week at Ortonville, Minn., gueets of Mrs. Gaigel's sister, Mrs. A. L. Moore.' Mr. Moore, who is a brother of former supervisor .J. M. Moore here, is in the real estate business. On the way to Ortoriville, and again ehroute ihome, the Gelgels visited another sister of Mrs. Geigel, Mrs. Frank McChesney, Lynd, Minn., who was a.patient'ln a hospital at Tracy, Minn., recovering 'from an . appendl- citic operation^ ' *• ?•'. Mr, and Mre. S. L. Olson recently stored their household goods . and went to Emmetsburg for the winter with their, .'daughter, Mrs. J ; H. Seeley. Their son. Lawrence has been on the home farm in/ Cesco township. Mr. Olson, who does not look it but confesses to 76 years of age, still carries a cane, having >not yet completely regained his strength following a recent gall bladder operation. ' , '•..:!•. Mrs. F. A. M; Frost, aged mother of Mre. F. L. .Tribon, fell in her kitchen last week Wednesday and injured a hip, but an x-ray picture, revealed no pones . broken. Another daughter, Mr. Clarence Maxwell Rodman, was here last week Wednesday and again 'Friday. Mrs. Tribon and Mrs; Nichols-, Maxwell, have been caring for Mrs. Frost Mr. Frost Is expected sometime this week, being -about/ to complete his duties as station agent at Wlrock, Minn. ' Doctor Sawyer has had an automatic stoker attached to the furnace In the basement of the former County Savings bank building by the Anderson; Grain & Coal Co. It lias a hopper, into which about 500 pounds of screened coal is shoveled at a time. There is a big thermostatically regulated screw in . the liopper which '. forces coal into the [irebox, and it is necessary to fill the hopper only. now and then and rive . the furnace occasional atten- :lon, .'•.-•.'• . • . . ••'--.:'• " '.. Misses Mattle Warner and Eva Whitney, Burt teachers, were Algona visitors Saturday.- For considerably more than 30 years they ha,Y6 maintained a home together at Burt, and have been among the town's best known, most -beloved, and -most useful women. Miss Whitney has taught primary all the time, and many of 'her present pupils are children of nien 'and women she taught at the same age. Miss Warner- U6ed to work in the First National bank, and she also served as secretary of the Burt. creamery and bookkeeper for the telephone company. • . . How time flies is JJlu.strftted by mention in the new Garner Herald that I. C. Hastings, Garner' lawyer once associated with Judge Quarton, now has a son of collegiate age. Charjes Hastings' recetttly entered the state university as a freshman, and has been pledged to the Sigma Clii fraternity He plans to enter the law college after be has, completed a liberal arts course. Like His Jather, who was'a noted university player in his day and later coached the high school team here, Charles Is highly interested in fopthjall and bqpes '' . Under this plan farmers are asked, as one step, to allow fence corners, draws, gulleys, and other natural nesting places for birds and wild Hfe to grow up to weeds for the use of pheasants, quail, and other game birds. One of the big things which ihold down increase in bird Ijfe Is destruction of nests by intensive cultivation, the cutting of weeds, etc. If this is.stopped, the birds will increase in' number rapidly and good hunting will return. Farmers win be protected from promiscuous shooting by the commission. A landowner has full control of the shooting Tights,;'and 'the land will be posted by the commission. Hunters must • secure permission from the farmer; and the farmer is permitted to charge .for the .right to hunt on his property. St. Benedict Roy Butner, Boulder, Colo., was calling on William Weiner and other old friends here Friday. The seventh and eighth grades of the parochial school are having a two weeks' .vacation for picking corn. Thlrteen-hour adoration here a week:Sunday was. well attended, and, a number of 'neighboring priests were in attendance. '....Mr. and Mrs. John Grandgenett and their daughters Marie and Alma drove to Carroll Saturday to visit relatlves, returning Sunday evening. Farmers who have sugar beets will finish lifting and hauling this week; The crop Is turning out fairly well. The beets are hauled to Hutchlns. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Seller are Parents of a 7-lb, girl, born last week Wednesday. Amelia Arndorfer, R. N., who had been on a case at the Kossuth hospital, came home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F, Arndorfer entertained the Isadore Eisenbarth's at dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Eisenbarth's 61st birthday; Christine and Aflelheid, 'Algona, daughters, attended. Mrs. Arndorfer is ateo a daughter. ; : loses Little Finger. James Devine, who had a hand caught in a buzz saw last spring, had an infected finger.amputated at the KEPT FRESH IN HPMrrn«75 Lutheran, tai-y and, Mr«, he ilstrtet. Tbey ' distrAot. fed a Sioux ; missionary I was aecre- ? $ 4' koseuth hospital yesterday. It -was the fourth finger on his left hand. Candidate Sick. J. J. Dooley, democratic candidate for county recorder, contracted an attack of influenzt last week while he was' campaigning, and has been sick at home so Jar this-week. Want Ad* due time to 'oaafee' the u.niversify team.. On the editorial page appears a WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD CIGAJJ i—one that contains everything' po$. slble to satisfy the most particular smoker—you should smoke . GO*B SPECIAL Made of choice fulj-leuf tobacco, purtlculoly mild and tbe best to be had in g $o clgiy—a(id made by meu who ¥aow how, SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT, close In,-modern house.—Call Ad- vance - 10p5-6 K)R SALE—LOW WAGONS AND •triple boxes at reduced prices. Call McEnroe Bros. 'OR SALE—W. 'LEGHORN HENS and W. Rock pullets. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. WA'iNTJflD—MIDDLE-AGED testant woman housekeeper. No cooking or washing. Phone 84. 10p6 BLACK POLAND CHINA BOARS for sale. Reasonable prices.—Mrs. Sam Reynolds, Tltonka. lleowl-3-6-7 FOR SALE—THREE-OPALL YEAR- llng Poland China boars. Priced right. .O. A. Laabs. Call 11F5. 14p6-7 A FEW CORDS OF FURNACE •wood wanted by the'Advance on subscription accounts, new or old. LOST—WHITE OODD ELGIN 3UA- dles' wHat watch with' link brace- Jet, Friday. Leave at Advance. Reward. . ' 15p6 FOR. SALE OR TRADE—A PIANO ;.. accordloni or will exchange for a Chevrolet six or model A Ford, coup© or coach. Call Advance. 23p6 FOR SALE—HARDWOOD LtJM- ber, also wagon tongues, eveners, bolsters and fence posts; stove- and furnace wood. F. S. Thompson. 18U6-7-8 • DULL HEADACHES GONE SIMPLE REMEDY DOES IT Headaches caused by constipation are gone after one dose of Adlerlka. This cleans all poisons out of BOTH upper and lower bowels. Gives better sleep, ends nervousness. E. W. Lusby, .Druggist. STOP -X- EM A With Dr. Erlckson'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 IT IS NOW TIME) TO REPLACE BROKEN WBTOOIf GLASS For prompt service BERT DEAL H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGEofALLXINpS Long Distance Hauling;.! £ Every load insured < against loss and dam-"' • age of all kinds. Equip- '' ped to do all kinds of • ' hauling and draying. ! PHONE 298, Algona, Iowa N in a i>iew PLYMOUTH CAR Brash Naming Contest Sponsored by DEVOI and Associated Pilot Companies Pint Prize New PLYMOUTH 4 door SEDAN Second Prize New PLYMOUTH 2 door SEDAN and 28 CASH PRIZES $100 in Gold $50 in Gold and twenty-five $10 Gold Pieces $25 in Gold • These prizes are offered for the BEST NAMES suggested for our new Long Handled Brush; Suggestions to be written on the back of any DEVOE Paint, Varnish or Enamel label (or on a copy of one of these labels) and mailed to Contest Headquarters,Room2500,lWest47thSt.,New York, before midnight.Octoberaisti 1 ) (Your name and address must also be written clearly on the back of the label or\ copy of a label; Send as many names as you like but only one name on the back of I .one label or copy of a label; You will find it easy tor emore the label from a can with', the point of a knife; One or more persons tying for any place will receive duplicate prizes. Aptness of name wUl count 90%; neatness 10%;) MINTS ABOUT THE HEW BRUSH This new, narrow, long-handled paint brush makes many kinds of household painting so much easier, quicker land cleaner, that we feel it deserves a dis. tinctivename indicating it*outstanding qualities, instead of the present desig. nation of V53is Sash.'^ You can reach further with this brash; it keeps you cleaner because you are further away from; wet paint and it won't fall into an open can of paint when laid across it; Try it out and discover other good points Itbr yourself! Come to our Store and Examin* th« New Brush. _ . . . ,. • • . . *> Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool, Manager Phone 256 Algona, Iowa Dealers in Devoe Quality Paints, Brushes, Etc. Basket Grocery Algona's Finest TOILET SO AP BUY THtSb FAMOUS BKANDS NOW AT BARGAIN PRICES! 6ue*t IVORY Unista Flour Made by Gold Medal mil. lers. Guaranteed by them and by us. 19 Ibs. Monarch Food of Wheat 79 c >A, i ff \ IVORY SOAP 3 -a* i?. IVORY SOAP 'IB « THE G«f ATE5T §OAP V41UE f.9* CQMPifXIpN ANO i IATH C A MA Y IH6 SOAJP Qt IIAVTIfVJ. .WfiMifls) 3 «M 1.7 - Why pay 23c .for a similar kind? Monarch Large "Oatmeal, 55 6z, Pkg. j Preakfast Coffee, 1 Ib. pkg. __ Oxydol, Chipso, large - NOW LOWEST PRICE III HISTORY H^rdwater Castile

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