Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1932 · Page 7
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B«nd, both, them To Cite a Program Union Twp., Nov , IB-Thc fon'ow- In* program will be given thte week Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the |6hg Make the Woodlind. Pupils; P& y , oti S i Doing the OUhM, Don dialogue, Please Paee the Ward; there. wtton, *^; khe £' wdman, both, here. ittosen/ both, there. i Rock, Doth, there. lUown, both, here,, both, here. l^penton, t>oy«, t ^ r *' John's, Bancroft, boys, Uuthven, both, here. tourney ; at ' Lone j.25— Boys' tourney at Al- Offleew— attended boys Uthe West Bend post last Lgf evening. Officers were Cmmander, Geo. R. West, 'vice John P. Hugh, of ['adjutant, W. U Shell- Bend; chaplains, Fafch- I ffblttemore, and Walter L, West Bend; eergeaint- , Fred Bleuer, Stars of the Summer Night, four P ~ 0> Mrs> Penton children; duet. You « y ln My *•«* Y(lrd - ™ thy Ward and Pearl Alt- West Bend; icer, Boy Forsythe, West irlan, L. W. Buttermore, lend! directors'— Herman Kyhlttemore; Ben Stafford, J peter Schumacher, Whlt- |Carl Hoffert, Emmetsburg. inhere attended. [ lor Alvlna Braat*— i and friends from Maple| Minnesota Lake, Minn., Alvina Braatz on, her J Saturday. Those here were lyn Stauffers; Herbert, Br- I Edna Braatz; Arthur and >utz; Helen and Margaret i; Harold a/nd Bernice the Elmer Radtkes; |plltz; Clifford Moore; and , They returned Suni, except Herbert and itz, and Arthur and Thel, who were Sunday guests i Braatz's. ' toy for Leo Elfoerts — r was born last week to the Garner, formerly of lore. This is the second ithe family, both'boye. The lerts and Esther Schumach| Mrs. John Hansen* of Fen- ove to Garner Sunday., Mrs. I and Miss Schumacher re- Ifor an extended visit. j Same Class Officers — H. S. juniors have elected of[Leo Doegotch, president; fleyer, vice; Edwin Mallory, y-treasurer. Miss Lynch, .. group of pupils; j>i- ano, Dorothy'Ward; song, Billy and Me first three grades; rhythm 'band, pupils; mouth-organ eelec- Uons, Paul Palmer; recitation, Her *•— Cake, Evolyn Alt; vocal selec- Evolyn Bode. Chris Alt will be jdoorkecper, • and Harry Ward announcer. .little Girl Suffers Accident— ^Mary Lee, 7-ycar-old daughter of Mr. and Mra. Claude Dearchs, suffered a deep gash in her right thumb from a butcher knife Saturday, when ehe was carving a jack o' lantern from a pumpkin. Throe stitches were required to close the wound. Mary Leo haa met with several accidents in her few years. A gash on a foot a few years ago had to be closed with stitches, and a tooth had to be extracted because a stick ran into the gum. School Pupils Give Program— Dist, No. 1 pupils, directed Mary (Fraeer, teacher, gave a Halloween program at the schoolhouae Friday evening. There was no admission charge, but lunch wae sold program, with pro- Miss Fraser is teach- CLUB STUDIES TREXKTOWEST 2"«'^' ' 15 ~ The Woman* club Mrfl Anderson, aaslstlr* program was on the Weatwaxd Trok and consteted oft ^f-J B«Ji«Uilntr for Which I Thankful; Through the WlMer- h Twin* tot th« C. A. Mr. and Mns. .0. .A, Penton »N parent* of twins born Monday at Herman fiaufe. Other Birt New§. Th« Koy Riingadorfe and Gordon Hanson* went to Eagle Grov* Sunday to the H&rry MacElroy», the 0< H> Mra - Olants ln The f < > of tho Trail, Lulu Hawcott. Portland F. B. Women Meet Today- Portland Farm Bureeu al wornen R. w " aasteting 'hostesses. ' °* ' The pro™ Thanksgiving dishes and reci- etory Thanksgiving poem, Erna , Mrs. Rlntwdort and Mra. Hanflon are daughter* of the MacBlroys. Another sister, Mrs. Leon Layton, and her husband, West Union, were atoo there. Gall Isenberger, Clarion, vWted last week till ifrlday with her COUB- In, Mrs, W. H. Klamp. 'Friday she came to J. O. laenberge'0. MlM Isenberger was In her uncle's car when It was wrecked last spring, and was in a hospital several month*. The W. H, Stewards, Lottie Hawcott, Harold and Dorothy Steward, the Paul MacAuleys, Bancroft, and the John Henning* family, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at Ralph Steward's, near Algona, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham and girls' coach, i at games and is girls' class ad- following the ceeds over $8. Ing for the third year In this school Son for fjic CInreneo Dnus— Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Dau, Mllltown, Wis., are parents of son, born October 29, the fourth child and third boy. Mrs. Dau Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rlebhoff, and Mr. Dau a eon of Herman Dau, -both pioneer Union families. Clifford RleWioffs Cliarlvarled— Forty-five friends of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rlebhoff, newlyweds, charlvarled them last week Wednesday evening. The crowd was Invited into the house, where the couple served Ice cream. Cards fur- nlehed entertainment. Other Union. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hofius entertained tho latter'fi brother, Claude Dearchs, and his family at dinner Sunday. Alden Winter, Glenburn, N. D., is visiting his cousins, Harry Ward and A. B. Schenck. .Terald Schenck is recuperating from a tonsillectomy at the General hospital Friday. The Busy Bee club will hold its annual banquet for members and families at Burt this week Friday evening. , Peterson ; .paper on Thanksgiving, Mrs. D. M. Stewart. Bazaar and Dinner Tomorrow— The Aid will hold its annual Va.- zaap and serve a public dinner at the church this week .Friday. For the accommodation of pheasant hunters they will start t 11. The Rev. W. G. Muhleman, new district superintendent, will come and in the evening will preach and hold the first quarterly conference. Hurt P. T. A. ~Hear 9 Program— A fair-sized crowd attended a P. T. A. meeting last Thursday evening. Supt. Donald Weir spoke on mental depression; Mrs. Roy Budlong, Titonka, on state P. T A work; the high echool orchestra layed; and Marilda Pratt played ivo violin selections. iiithernns Cololirato Anniversary— The Lutherans celebrated the hird anniversary of the dedication f their church with a special ser- ice Sunday afternoon at which the Rev. I. G. Kitzmann, West Bend, elivered the address. Uncle of 1. E. Root man Dies- Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roetman went Lake Park Saturday to attend he funeral of an uncle of Mr. Roet•nan. Lucile Sewick and Ada chwietert accompanied them to risit at A. N. Jensen's. Mrs. J, O. .Graham accompanied Mr. and Mrs. O.,,H.. Graham,.Fenton, to Webster City a few days ago to vtolt Mre. J. It.Graham's parents arid other relative*: • Mrs. C. B. Chlpwian accompanied Mrs. Henry Elvidge, Callerider, to Armstrong- Saturday for the nlgrht with relatives. Russell Chlpman went up Sunday and brought his* mother home. Mr. and Mrs.' Clarence Moore are parents of a son, born last Thursday. Mrs. Carrie Taylor, Algona, is nurse, and (Edna Sparring, Thompson, la assisting with the housework. •Mrs. Ross Ottman, Liver-more, and Mrs. Frank 'Koehler, of Esthervtlle, visited two days early last week at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle'e. They are cousins of Mrs. Clapeaddle. The U and I Circle met last Thursday at Mrs. Floyd Duncan's; There wan only a small attenrUnc* because of the ejtormy day. The Wome,au«rd» met\with ;th«if v r*ul«£, Mrt.sJ 0 0., Bewick, ^tiitday, and planned a candy «at* for Saturday evening 1 at the Thompson har- nesa shop, Mr. and Mr*. Brahm Watklno, of Fort Madison, are expected this week Tuesday for a visit at I* D. Hodgson's. Brahm will hunt pheasants. Mr«. W. J. Stewart was taken home laut week Wednesday from Lewis Lamen's, where she had epent a week or two, Mr, and Mrs. T. 'OB. Rubey spent the week-end wtth their daughter at Ames. Mr. Rubey also Vtolted at Deo Molnes. The William Larsons, Britt, spent Sunday at C. L. Holding's. Mre. Larson and Mrs. Holding ar« «to- tersj. M. J. Ryerson returned Saturday from Oak Park, 111., where he had been called by the death of a /sister. •Mra. Kiel Klelson, Spencer, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and.Mrs. J. A. Armstrong. ' The Busy' ; (Bee'club "will' hold its annual banquet'at the Legion'hall thig. week- Friday. Mrs'.' L. A. Boettoher '• •entertained parent* of a, 10-lb. son, born Monday.' .......... -,.-.(.. . :..' • ' . Circle met , . last Thursday at Mrs. H. A. Whltehlll's. Ledyard Erelyn Oullord and Mrs. Ben Gtech, of Elmore, spent the weekend at J. T. Welfare's. Clifford Jenka broke a bone in his hand last Thursday morning while cranking his car. The Methodist Aid has been postponed from thte week Thursday till further notice. The King's Heralds met with their leader, Mrs. Edward Knoner, Saturday. Ralph Olson's spent Friday at the Rev. Mr. Johnson's at Lakota. Glenn Tahnke, who Is working at Osage, spent Sunday here. IN M ANT PAPERS HEREABOUT* it costs as high as 20c to reacfc each subscriber with advertism* .because,of limited circulation. TM Advance circulation, on the contrary, la such that the cost Is only about one cent per family. JBtl lore Class Elects — lophomore class of Presenta- Jidemy held class election last 'ueeday. Helen Besch wao [president, 'Alice June Cairy, siclent; Aurelia Alig, secre- fcnd Eugene Kollasch, treas- pnffy to to Bride- approaching marriage of Duffy has been announced at pael's Catholic church. She is ighter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Martin Miller, Mallard, [bridegroom. Watch Given Away— ie Elbert won the watch way at the Cavanaugh phar- laturday evening. |er Wliittem ore News. ; fcr! Walkers and the Arnold Goldfield, visited relatives na and AVhittemore' Sunday. Falkei- and Mrs. Roupe re- jto Goldfield Sunday evening, ' staying till Monday. Meehan haa returned from ity, where he had been sum*y tlie serious Illness of his ' William, who recently sub[to a mastoid operation. 'Finnell, attending school at I City, visited his parents, the IPinnels, -last week-end. De- teacher at 'Rock Raps also home, i . [John Ryan and son Billy, of lk* re ^tins Mrs. Ryan's I Frank Burke, who has been IWB for the last inonth from " hip. •Behnke was. a Sunday ft P. J. Balgeman'e. Ray and Balgeman ' and Esther B visited at Mallard, at c - c - W 8. I Albert Vaudts and. Walter plumed last week from Ixm- 1 where they had been on bus- * the heavy anqw last week a large number attended al fan festival at; Academy •Vauat, daughter o? the H. vielted relatives and ALGONIAN TO TAKE PART IN DEBATE FOR OMAHA SCHOOL Omaha, Nov. 15 — Howard V. Kanouff, junior in the Creighton university college of law, will take part in debate between the law and medicine colleges tomorrow night. The ciuestion, on which Kanouff will take the negative, is, resolved: that the greater ethical dangers of the medical profession demand a stronger character than is required for the practice of law." STOMACH PAINS MAY j LEAD TO ULCERS! Stomach pains after eating and gas disturbances can be stopped quickly with Dr. Emll's Adla Tablets. They banish acidity, sour stomach, indi gestion and heartburn, condition! which often lead to ulcers. Adla Tab lets bring quick relief because the> were compounded by an experienced physician ' for counteracting thest conditions. Contain no harmfu drugs or narcotics. Take them often as necessary. Know the joy o tr eedom from stomach distress. En Joy your meals. Get Adla tablets to day. Large $1 bottle contains : weeks' treatment and diet sugges tions. E. W. Lusby, druggist. SPECIAL NOTICE GLASS OF ALL KINDS We have added to our regular auto glass service a complete line of window glass for homes. When in need of window glass it will pay you to get our price on our A quality glass. JOEGREENBERG PHONE 118 BrownelTs NOVEMBER SHOE SALE You need new Footwear and now is the time to buy. Every pair of new Fall and Winter styles svr» included in this store-wide November sale. Newest styles for women 92.95 to MM Men's Oxfords e 92.85 to 9CAS A. real value in a men's work Shoe 92.45 Children's Shoes and Oxfords 98c to 2.45 for the fecit Scholl's Zino Pads, for corns, callouses, bunions 8Se Women's and children's Cotton Hose lie Women's soft-soled Leather House Slippers _t5e Our entire stock of Footwear for men, and children, is now on sale. women. 5c a Ib. for clean cotton rags Auxiliary Serves Banquet— Eighty ex-service men and their vives were banqueted by the Legion Auxiliary at the Legion hall on Armistice day evening. After the Banquet the rest of the evening was spent at cards. Tolorort Singers Draw Crowd — A packed house greeted the Rust college colored singers last week Monday evening at the Methodist church. Hurt Woman to Hospital — •Mrs. Mike Baer goes to Iowa City this week Tuesday for treatment at he university hospital. to Rochester, Minn. — Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell went to THIS WOMAN LOST 45 POUNDS OF FAT 'Dear Sirs: For 3 months • I've been using your salts and am very much pleased with results. I've lost 45 Ibs., 6 inches in hips and bust measure. I've taken 3 bottles—one lasting 5 weeks. I had often tried o reduce by dieting but never could :eep It up, but by cutting down and taking Kruschen I've had splendid results, I highly recommend it to my friends."—Mrs. Carl Wilson, Manton, Mich. To lose fat SAFELY and HARMLESSLY, take a half teaspoonful of Kruschen in a glass of hot water in the morning before breakfast—don't miss a morning. To hasten results go light on fatty meats, potatoes, cream and pastries—a bottle that lasts 4 weeks costs but a trifle—but don't take chances — be sure it's Kruschen—your health comes first —get it at 'E. W. Lusby's or A. H. Borchardt's or any drugstore In America. If'not joyfully satisfied after the first bottle—money back. 1 be a dance at the Hlg- Priday. Bu.fPs Gloom •„ * U1 furnish the music. |«i« Mrs. otto, Wolfe, Watei- W-. are visiting Mr,' Wolfe's L tt * J - H -WpUe*. •' |' ,, Soha ttschneiaer to 111 at L utl rheu matjsm,, °seai? Is P«utattHeehop, :• lit vnl^' ***** <#••***? fc*Jl* F. visited over Sundav at Burt Stoves! Stoves! See our line AIL BlflHI Datives. • s - seniors were wearing i,!?* c °lors. maroon/ and , of 8t, Benedict, tine f - ral at Arthur home again after ENTERPRISE Circulating Heaters Beautiful Skelgas Stoves Another new shipment just in $75.00 and up for complete Installation Also Kerosene and Gasoline Stoves TIME IF DESIRED Bjustronrs •^ nio 17 Qtnf 8J8 K, State St, PAY THE TAX ! l¥o increase in prices shown on this circular t Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Original Bargain PaCKed DayS that will be talked of for months LIGGETT'S Milk Chocolate Half-pound bar* of wholevomo candy* Freih for this o c c a • i o n. New low price! 2for2Oc| FIRSTAID SanitaryNapkins | Far new comfort and protection. Package of 12. p? B . 2 for 26e At special events during the year, many of these items are offered at prices lower than bur regular list prices; but never at these extra-low One Cent Sale prices. Candy and Pure Food items are special values— not offered on the One Cent Sale basis. 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