Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1932 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1932
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SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY jteBlour, 31-2 l, large size 18c [gorghum, per gal. _5»c ;0 ni, 3 P k S 9 - — 10c Lea, large oval can lOc Idotte Cleanser, large line-of salt,and spiced lg salt mackerel and U white fish. beef and young pork e half or quarter. rdcr your Christmas /frees early. U BISCUIT DEMONSTRA- r TION SATURDAY Jop Price for Eggs JRENSEN&CO, hones 138 and 139. We Deliver. iTORDAY IEC. 1O 1 be to your advantage Ip in at the lORYELL ITATION e spirit of the season we nake a stop here worth Itime. |ck So. Iowa State Bank LID AY Ires Slashed b THE CHRISTMAS • NEW RIl SEASON WITH THE FOLKS BACK HOME MILWAUKEE a Low Round Trip Fares between Tiio Milwaukee Itotid |Maho; also to Spokane, Se- facoma, Portland, and many points in the Pacific North- fill to many points east of n In round trip sleep«'« between certain stu- Tlie Milwaukee Bead. * train, fast— comfortable— I 01 "- agents will 'be happy to f.V wlth your travel plans donlt heali ate to ROAD ELIMINATION DECLAM HELD AT skn. on '-- Wm. and D. M at Ita ""tan Sunday. illiam Garry« were In hoch- wn KrMay tl| , j, ontllly / I W( " micl <«. of Dolliver, n frlonn B here Humtay. ;'''* 'llaaoiUlnuecl the illon last Tlnir.sdny iinrt n pro- <i son, Xovetn her 20. IN CRASH Honor nn|| Ho\ Krtim Dnriljn i,| s (,.,|_ ! "'th, Uuiruncc no Inns; Fl.vnn, ••Hint,- th '•<•»• I'.v a, cur dnvon by three men from liurl. Mrs. Rath partly <"'! "f tho our at the time, w,-,', "-v" t|. tho ground, but Beared 'n.1ui y. The young (laughter "'- — FOUR LAID UP BY ILLNESS LAST WEEK AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, Dee. G— fBernice Bal- Kcmnn had a badly Infected finger, also a sore throat, last week, drover Chlsm hns had a badly Infected eye, the result of contact with a cornstalk. Mra. Cioor R o -BalKomun had an external ear Infection Itint week. -She \va.s taken to /Port Dod K e last week AVcdne«day ID consult n specialist. OeraWinc Mallory wa« laid up last week with u broken wrist. E. R. Faith Passes. R R. Kaith, 52, who formoHy farmed In the Alsona neiKlrborhond, died at the stnlu university hospital 11 week nKO Sunday, following a long period of poor health. He wn s 'it the (-.,,. ,, , . . ,, I-*...... .JL limn- Mi.vuui. j-ie was at tip < nvJn V ± "I, " I 1 ?""." 1 ".<" J «*. «n1 Burned when St. Benedict An opera- ' Twnn v""i7 A "" ! Jl!ls "", Hoy ',''" c Wi>s thrown agaln.st thp choke ^v±~^ -n, T-hy,,^H^.^S i,n,«^w^,r o ^'c^n'^ S^&K^.. 2 .^^™ A- ^^T'^W ™- ^ to Mutwncr, I'uddv Wlcse, Franco.- Ziclskc. U; 1st, John Olson, IJovorly '« Yahnkf-, and Alice the accident. Ttciiclicr I.iild Up J )y Flu— Mrs. I'. A. McArthur was confined to her bed several days last week with -h<, nu . j rre . yu , nl M ustrom, vb;i.n of t ho same mnl- " <1y> cotn P«^tori with -.onsilirie, Wcnt home sick ttclioi)] I'luyg Next Monday evening th,. oc nnc . act plays will bo given In the high .school auditorium by young people i , , ~ ' •"= uaruuei- oC Ledyard, Burt, and Tltonka! ' of whlch sh ' 5 is teil< =her, last schools. Ledynrd prpKonUs One Hun-l Week Tu&ti(la .V "tent and was not tired Per Cent; Titonka, With tho I °, l ° return frjl- ""c vest o£ the Help of Peiretto; and l^.n-t, AViener.s i weok ' his health again failed, tlon wns performed, but he did not recover. A. widow, seven children, and a grandchild survive. Horse Drops Dead. Ralph Brown was driving- a team hitched to a load of corn out of the field one day last weok, when one of the 'horses, the property of • his father, G. W. Brown, dropped dead. Mr. and Mrs. John Arend and their daughter Louise were at Mason City one day last week. Mrs. Karherine .Tennett and her family sp'ent the week-end Sit Jefferson with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Keller are parents of a Rirl, born Satimlnv, the child. Amelia Arndorfer and a friend spent Sunday at Blue Earth with Arndnrfor's sister, Mrs. Albert Oarman. Verna Klschen celebrated her 12lh blrljiday Sunday, by giving a dinner for 11 girls of her nfre. The afternoon was spent at Kameo. ATrs. Nlek Arndorfer and her .sister. Klla 'Simons, attended a dinner at the AlKona hotel Sunday evening Klvcn hy K M friends who work there. Mrs. Arndorfer and Ella formerly worked at the hotel. This week Thursday, cclehratlnK the Immaculate Conception, will bo" observed as on Sunclaye at the local W. ,7. Tajne, JEditor. Olnsrlos Klnmp, Field Reporter. Kossuth county han lost the 15 M 11111 family, which had the to.ii.-fnt house on the fJeortrc Hirner farm north of Wesley. The Jfills have moved to a farm near Clear Lake owned by Hanker Guy M. ButtK, of etilcy. We were ,<it tho Max Nitx home at Ledyard Kriday. ,Mr.s. NiU'.s Bister, Mr.s. I.Yank Kerkhove, Minneapolit--, was there on a visit. -Her husband Is a barber, and she said they had lived nt .Minneapolis II yearis. They like the city. At the Chris Gelhau.s farm two miles north, two miles west of Ledyard, last Thursday corn-picking was in process. The cribs had been Lotts Creek church. Mrs. John Grnndjanett and Mrs 1 f ou Frank Eipenbarth dre^ed ducks and whlch w:ls bu ,, t som ^ h [ ng large sti-auvstack. had a little visit with James Mayne, Joe's father and an old-timer. Though he JK getting along In years, ho Is standing the ravages of time well. Ho complained, however, of tho depression, saying he could not remember any previous times as bad as these. The P. .T. and Jos. A. Dahlhau.scr sales at Whlttcmore two weeks ago yesterday and the following Friday, respectively, brought out big crowds, nnd prices wore good, considering the times. The sales were for cash, and with few exceptions, where short-term notes in part payment _ • — ''"' if ri 4dll..trt for Uednes'dny. The following week Ledyard goes to both Burt and Titonka to present the same play. I'll Hi Johnson to 1'rcncJi— The Hev. Mr. Johnson's brother Paul preached in the Methodist church Sunday. He will fill the pulpit till the regular pastor's return. He reports the Rev. Mr. Johnson improving. The last two shots for A surprise party was given last week Sunday evening in honor of , Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart Zumach's from '.he Gardner wedding anniversary. Attending: the ' ' ' Carl Zumachs, Mr. and Mrs. William Zumaoh, the Otto Runkes, the Martin Meyers, William Meyer, the Albert Wittkopfs, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ohm, son Martin, and the Nick Genglers. . ......(,v. nui.li LI i LI i VKHtfU UUCKS geese at their homes last week, >tr. and Mrs. E. P. Arndorfer's visited at Anton Grandgenett's Sunday evening. Marie Grandgenett spent Sunday with Lorraine Arndorfer. malta fever have vere on him. not been so se- Slioivor Honors Mrs. Tingle— A mscellancous shower was given for Mrs. Cecil Pingle at Albert West's last week Wednesday. Forty friends and relatives were present. The bride received many useful gifts. Dinner nf. fiooi] Hope Tonight— A creamed chicken dinner will be served at tho Good Hope parsonage at 1 p. m, this week Thursday at 25c, and a fried chicken dinner will bt; served by the Whittemore Methodist women at the Catholic academy dining room at 5:30 p. m. tonight at -Tie and 35c. Sriirl(!t Fever Is Feared— Lyle, young son of Mr. and Mrs. William Gifford, is under quarantine for what appears to be scarlet fever; .so mild, however, that there is some question whether it may not 'be a rather acute form of chicken pox. HIlR-ioiis I'lay Jfext Sunday— Hoys Win; Girls Lose— The basketball teams played at Ringsted Friday night, the girls losing 36-6, and the boys winning 4815. Kenneth Thompson was high scorer for the boys with 21. Clirlsdiins Program Started— Plans are under way for the Methodist Christmas program. The committee is lira. D. B. Mayer, Mrs. Edward Knoner, Alietha Brack and Marjorfe Matzener. lovely and j Kellffious play, "Janey," will be ! presented by a group o£ Burt women at the usual hour of worship next Sunday at both the Good Hope and the Whittemore Methodist churches. Dinner Honors Girl's Birthday— Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom were dinner guests at D. C. Gardner's Sunday in 'honor of Trella Gardner's llth birthday. Heralds Give Two Tlays— The King's Heralds, under direction of Mrs. Knoner, gave two short plays .between Sunday school and c'hurch hours Sunday morning. Brother Hurt, In Accident— Mrs. Wm. Flynn was called to El- Other Good Hope. A large number of Good Hope friends and former neighbors of Mrs. Lenore Herman Blvidge attended her funeral at Algona Saturday. The Hugh Hermans lived here many years. Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Reid, Hobarton, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe, Goldfield, were Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Walker's, Goldfield. Mrs. William Rath and daughter _-„-.-- *.*.«, 11 Jilltllll .lvtll.ll O.11U UUU&llld more Friday. Her 'brother wns In- | Charlene visited at William Trep- jurecl in an auto accident that day. j tow's from Friday morning to Sat- Krnest Farrow Is Stricken- Ernest Furrow .suffered a 7532 stroke Saturday and is still partly paralyzed, though recovering. Other Ledyard News. Supt. Muhleman was here last I week Tuesday, and the quarterly ( conference of the local Methodist church was held at Mrs. Blanche Jenks 1 . Tice Bracks, Mrs. Blanche Jenks, and the Howard Qfayncn attended the Orarit Methodist bazaar Friday evening. Tho Quilting club met last week Wednesday with Mr.s. L. C. Strand. Refreshments were served by the hoiitess. The James Welfares entertained the Jack Welfares, Charles Hilfertysj nnd Ben Oisches, of Klmore, Sun- • day. Mrs. Edw. Campbell, of Seneca, spent Saturday and Sunday at Leon Worden's and Clifton Engelby's, I,. A. Nltz went to Tuma last week Wednesday. 'Albert Brandts drove to Minneapolis the same day. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lnuritzen, Harold Granner and Genevleve Kitley were in Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Junkins were I in Omaha from last Thursday till Sunday. Mildred Granner spent the woeic- end at 'Swea City with Barbara Wy- was in Swea City urday afternoon. Mrs. Orville Holdren is making slow recovery from sickness from which she has been suffering two or three weeks. READ the Want Ads. The Rev. and Mrs. E. Flene were supper guests at the John Kohlwes home last week Tuesday. 'Edna Potratz was a dinner guest at the Otto Laatos home Sunday. Verona 'Radlg and Mabel Luedtke were dinner guests the same day at Walter Krause's. Ewold Kohlwes''helped with the work at Frank Sclvueller's last week. William Meyer, near Whittemore, helped saw wood at Adam Lieb'e last week Monday. The Herman Hintz family, Mrs. Mary Mittag, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes, Mr. and Mrs. 'Everett Dreyer, Fenton, son Derrel Don, attended services at the Lutheran church, Algona, Sunday and were dinner guests at the Louise Hintz home. Mrs. Herman 'Hintz and-Mr. Dreyer were sponsors for the baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes, baptized there 'Sunday and named Marilyn. IN JOST_4 WEEKS Mrs. Mae West, of St. .Louis, Mo., writes: "I'm only 2S yrs. old and weighed 170 Ibs. until taking one box of your Kruschen Salts just 4 weeks ago. I now weigh 150 Ibs. I also have more energy and furthermore t've never had a hungry moment." Fat folks should take one half teaspoonful of .Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water in the morning before breakfast—it's the SAFE, harmless way to reduce as tens of thousands of men and women know. For your health's sake ask for and get Kruschen at E. W. Lusby's, A. H. Borchardt's, or any drug store— the cost for a bottle that lasts 4 weeks i s 'but a trifle, and if after the first bottle you are not joyfully satisfied with results—money back. filled, so the exctds was being piled were Siven, purchasers paid in cur- tip on the ground. There were some renc y- . The P. J. Dahlhauser sale thousand bushels in the pile, had tne largest crowd ever to at- tencl a sale nea i" Whittemore. The Tou'll like the LUXURIOUS 80FTNJBSS Clean, Sweet Odor After our Special— BLANKET .1 like a At Mandus Lloyd's, two . Friday crowd was also exceptionally miles - Top cows ln the P - J - thn llauser herd of Guernseys, on which •south and two miles west of the ,, ,, , — - -•• Grant township schoolhouse Man- 2° test reoorcte . sold at $58. ttus was chopping trees .il'nn^ n f lorses at both sales topped $75 to dredge ditch "d'owii. He" said °it^vas ' ??8 ' and cnickens brought 3fic. Good a new job to him, but that he need- P , r i CeS were rccelved for form ma- - r.1,^0^,, T] lese sales were adver . the eel wood for fuel. We have found a great many men chopping wood along dredge ditches. We saw Alex Eadig Saturday at Lone Rock. He is the busy stock- buyer there. He said he was shipping six carloads of hogs and a carload of cattle to market that day. When the week begins he usually figures on two carloads, but when Saturday comes the number often runs up to six or seven. Alex is a good buyer. While we were at F. N. Thompson's, a mile south and three miles west of Lone Rock, Saturday we were shown a new girl, born October 3. Sh e weighed nine pounds when born. Her name is Norma Jean. The Thompsons also have a little boy, the picture of health, 2% years old. His name is Billy, and he is some live wire. Last week Wednesday we were at Jas. Mayne's, two miles north and three miles west of Ledyard. We \ '• <-A&&j^> \'\' ~ZttzzZ ''•-^Soffifflras LAUNDERING You can send us your finest jlankets with positive assurance of setting them back soft, fluffy, and sweet smelling. Using 1 only soft water and pure soap, your blankets ire gently washed in a special ilnnket washer. They are dried and fluffed by tho same methods used In the blanket mills. Send your blankets with next week's bundle, routeman. or phone now for, KIRCH'S LAUNDRY 267 PUBLIC SALE *• DECEMBER 13 at 1 P. M. One-half mile east of Sexton Four work horses; 4 colts, 12 cattle, 42 hogs, full line of farm machinery. Mrs. E. H.Francis lam. Oliver Marquis Mimeographing Advance Publishing Co. YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME Hand-picked Michigan Navy <9 POUNDS Morning Light, Pull size No. 2 can__ BEANS HOMINY NORTH STATE PEAS CANE SUGAR 3 5 POUNDS 10c 5c CANS 25 C 24c —-^^^^^^^^^^^™.™^« Buy Now for the Holidays PINEAPPLES Large No. 2 1-2 Can MORNING LIGHT GREEN BEANS Fancy, tender, young beans. As free from strings as those you have in season from your own garden. Can— 9c WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP, 5 B *» tOC Honey, 3 cakes ___ 25c Post Toasties Blackberries, No. 10 can _39 C Coffee, 1 pound bag . IQ Oatmeal, large box . 13 J.O Corn, full size, No. 2 can typewr genuine Remington A HEAVEN-SENT CHRISTMAS GIFT! Here is A machine the whole faanily will use f Dad's "homework" doesn't take half the time. Mother's day to day writing is done in a. jiffy. And what fun for the children typing out their letters . . . when there's a "portable" in the house. For the lowest price ever placed on a. practical typewriter, we offer the sturdy $19.75 Remie Scour. Another popular compact model at $34.75 is complete with carrying case and special gothic type which writes both small and capital letters. Come in and try them for yourself. Bath Remie Scouts are made in the same factory, by the same workmen and with the same care as "Remington office models. >• Com f let e with carrying, case Writes both small and capital letters Advance Publishing Co. Models of the two machines here illustrated, also of the new Remington No. 7 noiseless, the best portable on the market, may be seen at the Advance office. IG CLOSING OUT SALE ^^^^^^^WWHBIM^MI^MH^^B^^^^^^^^^^ Mrs. F. L. Tribon will sell the complete READY-TO-WEAR STOCK of WEISS & SORSTEDT i FRIDAY and SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9 and 10 tE ARE FIVE HUNDRED extra good Dresses, Winter and Spring Coats, Raincoats, Wash Dresses, Sweaters, and one hundred Winter Hats also 36 New Hats just unpacked. Every Fixture flfiisf Be Sold including a fine oak desk, cash register, safe, baskets, ' in this stock must be sold by order of the court by Saturday evening. Come Early and Get Your Share, TWs :J rs etc^ Everv garment in start Friday morning at 9 o'clock, No sales and no inspection before the sale opens, t«& MR!

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