Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 12, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 12, 1933
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY KOflStJTH COUNT! ADTAWCB fatty Newspaper Founded In 190 ftntered as Second*Ciasa Matter 81, 1908, at the Postoffle ,m, Iowa, Under the Act of March 2, 1879. LAWYERS . Quartan H. W. Mllle * MILLER Law Office*. Office 427, residence II Algona, Iowa. . J. L. BOKAB Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. i phone 480-W. Algona, low* V, McMAHOIf * LINNAB O'uUlvan 8- E. McMahoi L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law. M ^n«: Office, 261; J. W. B., 109 .8. MoK., *08- Algqna, low* [^HARRINGTON A DICKIN80H P Harrington L. J. Dlcttinsot ' Attorneys-at-Law bones: Office, 28; T, P. H., ;j.TAN NESS, O. W. 8TILLMAK Lawyers • '" •• .. Office over Iowa State Bank no 213-W. Algona, 1 lowi , D. Shumway B. D. Kellj BHDMWAT *. KELLY ; 'Attorneys-atrLawi '.. Office in Quinby Block Kme B8 Algona, Iow» L. A. WINKEL Atttorncy-at-Law Office In Quinby Building . Phone 180 " : HIKAM B. WHITE Attorney-itfL'aw,.. Office over Iowa State Bank. 206. Algona, Iowa P. A. DANSOIf Attorncy.At-Law . Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J.; Res. 815 DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon. Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CRETZMETEB Physician and Surgeon Office In John Galbralth Block Phones: Office, 310; res., 444 ' ona ' low* P. V. JAN8E, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street mee: Office, 666; residence, I6i Algona, Iowa WALTER ERASER, M. J). . Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 MEI/VJN G. BOUHNE Physician and Surgeon _ Ottlce in Poatoftlce Block •Phones: Office, 1D7; residence, 11 W. D. ANI>EEW8, ». 0. Oiteopithlc Physician mnt Bvrgi Ixwated in General Hospital. Phones: Office 187, Res. 688. H. A. ETAN8, M. D. I «. 0ver Borchar<1 t Drug Store I Phones: Residence 812, office 806. Algona, Iowa. i DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist Oaa or novocalne used tor •* ^Located over Chrlstensen Store, "•: Business 166, resldenc* V 47« Algona, 'lofty* ' ; ., -. VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians west State Street, Algona S«? Wlce. 475-W.; res. 475-R INSURANCE CUNNINGHAM |«. W. State St. ' Algona. low, Long's Pood Shop New low prices on all models of Groceries and Meats Don't forget the °*nt Better Baking «*ool, January 18,19 We are agents for Occident Flour Cl *se and Sanbom »nd: Hlll saudFolger's Coffee E §gs Cash or Trade. NEAR AND FAR EAST STODIED BY LAKOTANS Lakota, Jan. 10—The Acorn club was entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon at, Mrs. C. R. Smith's last Thursday with the Mesdames Hay •Smith, B. R,, Worley ant! Jerry Hcet- _ ' «-»• it, ti L "-">TLt UV1 I Macl'herson, attending. ATra. .,-,„,- «l'l Sorenson gave a talk on sewing hints, nnd Mra. Will Heftl told of textiles and their uses. (Mrs. Irwln Chapman supervised games during ^ »„„„, ^^:s,rz «™Mrr±strr « K08BPTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA. IOWA J. Cfub at LuVerne Hears Program Friday and E Hnr-jc'hlna. business meeting the following program was given: Paper on Bulgaria and noumanla, Mrs. n E Hamqulst; Turkey, Mrs. Doris Ukena; Manchuria, Mrs, J, H. War- •burton. The committee on towels hemmed 'by blind women of Iowa, reported 32 towels sold. There were 22 members present and Dorothy Hardln, of Thompson, wne a guest. Sunday School Clnsg In Party— The Berean 'Sunday school class held its monthly party at J. H. Warburton's last week Tuesday evening with 20 present. The evening was spent at games, a luncheon and the regular business meeting. The young folk presented their teacher, Mrs. Warbucton, with a pair of kid gloves at Christmas time. Rood Program Is Outlined— Lincoln township trustees, (Bert Edwards, Paul Hertzke, and J. H. Warburton, and the clerk, Bert Coder,'held their road program meeting at the Wai-burton's 'Saturday afternoon. Bert Edwards will represent the township at tho county meeting at Algona next week Thursday. ' ' Richard Hamqutst Returns— Richard Hamqulst camo home Sunday from Poplar, WIs., where he siient the holiday vacation with his parents. His father, who is ill, Is. reported about the same as when he went there. Mr. Hamqulst came to Blue Earth via btis and Henry Schroeder met' nim- there. '.• School Is Resumed Monday- School teachers returned last week to resume school Monday, Miss Careen spent her vacation at St. Ansgar; .Mias Schultz In Mieeourl; Miss and Miss Lockwood In Illinois; Hastings in Buffalo Center; Mlse Buxton at Olin. Commercial Club Meets— ' Mesdames R. E. Hamqulst, Andrew Johnson, Ben Farrow, George Winters and J. H. Warburton served the regular monthly Commercial club dinner at A. Q. Smith's last Thursday evening, .and ten members attended. Attend Wm. Roper Funeral- Mrs. William Klllen and eon Bill, and her sister, Mrs. George Davenport 1 , of St. Paul, left a week ago last Thursday for (Laurel, Neb., to attend the funeral of a brother-in- law, ,Wm. Roper, who died of heart disease.-Library Aid Elects Officers— The- Library Aid met Friday and elected officers: Mrs. Art Schissel, president; Mre. R. E. Hamq'uist, secretary; Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht, assistant secretary; Mrs. Robert Williams, treasurer. Ministers. Meet at Burt— The county group . of. Presbyter- an ministers and wives spent Tuee- day with the Rev. and Mrs. Aten at Burt. Mra. Barbara Lothrlnger.' The next meeting will bo at Mm. Albert .Schneider's In two weeks. Oloho Trotters Defeat Locals— The Harlem Globe Trotters and the !Lu Verne Independents played a basketball game here Sunday afternoon, the Globo Trotters winning, 35-17. The vlBltlng team failed to arrive till late Saturday, (because of Bernlce Scribner h ne returned to her duties an student nurse at OF 1888 PASSES ON JANUARY 3RD Wesley, Jan. 10 — Mrs. Charles Kerrins died at her home at 7:10 Girls' S. S. Class at Titonka Holds Party was guest of honor at a surprise party given by Freda Knopf. W. B. Mason, Lottie, Jennie, Mona, Charles Patterson, and the granddaughter Marie spent Sunday at Tom Mason's, Clarion. Mrs. Fred Pergande spent several ...... ^ ...... ,, ILC otiLuruay, 'Decauso OI ^-..w. ^j^^^^i , wuu I^LL une any car trouble, and the game therefore i laflt week to vls H at Monroe, WIs., had to be played Sunday, A large nn """"' " r 1 -* - ' — crowd attended. District Supt. to Preach— The nev. G. L. Bergman, district Evangelical superintendent, will preach next Sunday night at union ••"«>• *••»«=« iciymme epenc several Presbyterian Evangelical services at t1ays at A1 sona last week, helping the Evangelical church He will also caro ' for a daughter of the Fred conduct communion services Sunday "• r "" :h "" h - "•'• - -•-'morning. Chris JeiiBon Critically Sick- Chris Jenson, who has made his home the last year with his niece, Mrs. Harry Christiansen, has been very sick. Another niece, a Mrs. Hanson, Algona, ^has been helping care for him. Wesley Here Tomorrow Niirlit— Mercy hospital, Port Dodge. She last week Tuesday evening following was at home most of December, recuperating from a sickness. A Methodist gospel team of young people at Llvermore conducted evening services there Sunday night, and 2« members of the local senior Epworth League attended. Mrs. H. E. Peltzke was hostess to the Methodist W. M. S. last Thursday. Mrs. Peter Thompson was leader of a lesaon on Cherishing the Children. 'Sylvia Becker, who left one day •Both the girls' and the boys' basketball teams from Wesley will play •the locals here this week Friday night. Other Lu Verne News. Ruth and Phyllis' Llchty were hostesses at two' evening 'parties last week. Tuesday 'evening' 14 members of the boys and girls' high school basketball teams were.enter- tained at the Llchty home at rook and other games. Ruth "Is captain of the girls' team this year. Wednesday evening the Young People's Presbyterian Sunday school class met at the 'Llchty home, 1:8 ln-at- tendance. The Evangelical W. H. M. S. held Its first meeting of this year with Anna Woito last Thursday. The new president, Mrs. Fred Merkle, had Other Lakota News. Oran O'Keefe took Mra. O'Keefe md her mother, Mrs. Josephine Olson, of Estherville, to Minneapolis, ast week Monday, where they spent the week with Mrs.. Anna Torlne, who la still In the hospital suffering rom her accident of a month ago. •Ed Gutknecht, La Porte, Sask., Canada, came to Albert Lea Friday ind his brother Charlea met him here and brought him home to jpend the rest of the winter visiting his.parents, the August Gutknechts, and "other relatives. Mrs. Bob Heitland, of Buffalo lenter, brought her two children to •telt her parents, Mr. and'Mrs. C. i. Smith, laet Thursday, and reported her husband 111 with flu. Dr. Edward Johnson, of Mllford, ame Sunday and took hte brother, he Rev. Paul Johnson, to Kanawha, vhere they spent the day with their Barents, the J. U. Johnsons. Helen SBarger, who teaches ait Gll- ette Grove, spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger, and left last week to resume ~ier school duties. Mesdames Jerry Ukena, Julia Vortman, E. J. Woodworth, and ake Telcamp will be hostesses to he Presbyterian Aid this Thursday. Mrs. Frank Krall last week Vednesday afternoon entertained Hesdames E. R. Worley Art el, and John Schissel, of Stevens. Tre George Heetlande entertained he B. R. Worleys, the R. E. Ham- uists, and the Howard Lathrope, of 'hompson, a week ago Sunday. ' John Smith, Ledyard township, nd Henry Patterson, Lincoln town- Hip, attended the county assessor's meeting at Algona last week. Floyd Baltzer, now of Mason City, /ho was formerly telephone manger here, was married recently to Mabel Orr, of Eagle Grove. .Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Smith went to' iibert iLea Satnrday to visit his rother. His mother also makes er home In Albert Lea. Mrs. Johnson Steenhard Sr. Is ser- jusly 111 at her home In the west art "of town, but was reported a title' better Sunday. •Mrs. Henry Mitchell and Mre. '"mory Smith spent laet week Vednesday with their parents at edyard. Mr. an,d Mrs. Albert Smith, Fort 'odge, spent part of laet week Isiting the C. R. Smiths and W. E. ©y« j A large number here are still ill ith -flu, some suffering light attacks and some more severe. Marion Woods spent part of laet 'eek visiting the E. A. Clemanses, nd left for home Saturday. •Dale Bstle, who with his parents •ecently moved to Ledyard, was ser- 'Usly~ill with flu last week. The Earl Graibaus came home JFW- day after a few days visit -with riends at Lime Creek. (Mrs. Guy Beemer and Bobby spent vacation vleit at Frank Ray- more'a in Albert l*a. Methodist choir practice <wa<s held t tfce B. E. .Hamqulst's Monday ST, JOE FOLKS AT FUNERAL ATJOWACITY St. Joe, Jan. 10—The John Fuhr- mane received word last week Wednesday of the death of Mr. Fuhrman's sister-in-law, Mrs. Joseph Fuhrman, Iowa City, She was slezed suddenly with a..heart attack early that day and died a few hours later, being 83 at death. Funeral services were held at Iowa City Saturday, at St. Mary's Catholic church, and attending were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Faber, the Charles Plathee, and Adeline Erpelding, St. Joe, and the John Fuhrmane, near Livermore. Mrs, Fuhrman was known here, having visited here a number of times. She and her husband celebrated their golden wedding anniversary In 1925. Two Couples Plan to Wed— Banna of marriage were read for the first time for two couples at St. Joseph's church here Sunday by the Rec, Father Theobold. James, son of George Becker, St. Joe, will wed Groribachs who was sick. William Hedrick has returned from Cherokee, where he took medical treatment. His health Is greatly Improved. ••Mrs. A. L. (Look Is at home from' Hampton, where she was .taking medical treatment at the Lutheran hospital. a two weeks' sickness. Her entire family was at her bedside. Funeral services, conducted by the pastor, the Uev. George F. Wessllng, were held at St. Joseph's church last Thursday morning at 10, and burial wae made In St. Joseph cemetery. She was born Viola Blanche McCrystal, at Forrest, 111., April 26, 1869, the third in a family of five children, her parents having come from Canada in the early 60'a. After completing her common school education, Viola attended St. Paul's academy, Chatsworth, 111., for four years, and later attended Cornell State Normal, Illinois. 'She was married to Mr. Kerrins In 1888. The family moved to Wesley in March, 1914. She is survived by her husband, three sons, Thomas, Davis City, John, Pleaaartton, and Charlee, Wesley; four daughters, Isabel, local telephone manager, and Verna, both at home, Imogene Supernault, La Peer, Mich., Beverly, Kalamazoo. Helen died in 1912, and Hilda last October. One brother and three sisters are living; T. U. McCrystal, Kennedy, Vera • Wegne'r was unable to work Minn " Mrs. 1 C. B. Strawn, Chats: the telephone office several days | worth - HI-, and Mrs. Charles Clendenen, Sandusky, Mich. Mrs. Kerrins made a brave fight for life, and retained her faculties to the last. at the telephone office several days last week, 'because; of an eczema attack. . ''.•.' Mrs. Samuel iSteuesy and her son Henry have returned from an extended visit at Greencastle, Mo. Edna Hanselman returned recently from a month with relatives ' at Davenport and Geneseo, 111. Legion "Anx" to Have Contest— 'Last week Tuesday .evening the American Legion and Auxiliary held a joint meeting, ' the Legion In charge. A membership coritest was Titonlfa, Jan. 10—Methodist girls' clnas recently gave a party at Ray Burtlong's, south of town. Each girl itook someone not a member. Attending wore Kathryn Schram, Har• old and Mildred Krantz, Wilbur I Schram, Eleanor Intermill, Anna | and Gertrude Welhousen, Margaret Sleper, Loralne Lamoreux, Barbara Ball, Arlo Larson, Lewis 'Bacon, Leota OeBterreicher, and Betty Budlong. Mrs. (Budlong is the teacher, "Rook" \vas played, and oyster stew was served. * Schools In Session Again— The local schools were opened Monday after a two weeks vacation, one week of which was because many pupils were down with the flu. Teachers are Loretta iLarson, Burt; Ethel Wellmeyer, Klemme; Lillian Crane, Hampton; Aletha Schreck, Hayfield; Mrs. Mary Oesterreciher, Titonka; Nellie Nelson, Titonka; Mable 'Sutton, Buffalo Center; Irma Campbell, Hampton; Alene Johnson, Des Moines; Lela B. Stephenson, (Reading; Supt. Hoon; and Coach Theodore Dunmlre, Titonka. jClul) Studies Town Industries— The Woman's club met with Mrs. Homer Downs last Thursday night. The lesson was on Iowa Industries, and the leader was Mrs. Mary Oes| terreicher. Roll call wae answered j with 'Facts Worth Knowing About ; Iowa. The next meeting will be at Mrs/Lee O. Wolfe's, and the leader will be Mrs. 'Roy Budlong. Skating: Party at Creek- There wa« a-skating party at the Rainbow bridge north of town Sunday night-" Attending': 'Ardls Kel- ^ey, Barbara'Ball, Lewis and Vern 1 Bacon', Arlo Larson, Edlthmae Budi long, Harold Krantz, Donald The Good Will club 'm P pH nE . nt onar s e - A membership eoritest was! ;""*'• ""'"'" ^''""i 2 - -L-onaia Cal- rs h Ho^f cZ^on^L^ »™^ *. **»£ to see which ^ y ^™^^ I-S Larson. has been postponed a week. Mrs. Wm. Ellis returned Friday from three weeks with her daughters at Oak Park, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wolf- are parents of their first child, a eon, born January 4. • : The senior H. S; declamatory contestants began work on their readings this week. Mrs. F. W. Hlntz Jr. was hostess to the Lutheran Aid last Thursday. Mrs. .Anna Hansen has been sick with the flu and complications. Faber, West Bend; the John Orl- gers, Babe • Haugen, and the Wm. Kisch family, Whittemore; the Fred Illgs, the George Schallers, and Jos. Vollmar, St. Joe; and Angela Scha'ller, Dubuque. The Jos. Schallers, West Bend, drove to Dubuque recently to get their daughter Angela, attending the Immaculate Conception academy there. John Frideres and his nephew, Alfred Miller, accompanied them as far as Epworth to visit Mr. Frideres' son Mathias, attending school there. Theresa Miller returned a week ago from a 1 week at John and Theodore Faber's, near West Bend. George (Faber, West Bend, epent last week at the John Frideres home, and.-Irvln iFrideres spent a" few days last week at Theodore Faber's. James and Lawrence Becker and Harold Frideres were callers at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday. The Henry Zelmete were there the day before. John and J. P. Bormann got home from Chicago last week Wednesday morning. They shipped two carloads of livestock a week ago Saturday. A card party was given at Lawrence Becker's a week ago Sunday evening in honor of hie brother James G; . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stelzer and the Otto Stelzere, Comfrey, Minn., Th.e Ed UndewUthls were (Mason ity visitors test week Wednesday. (Max 0-Keefe spent towst fcljtaf vdftgfrM in Efliherville. Alice Phillips, Owatonna, Minn., were at Philip Fourage's part .of .last daughter lOfvMr. and Mns. Nick -Phil- w«<*. „,...,..., r , . lips; and Nick'Huherty will • wed I s f rs> Edw/Hamn)er'and h'er - ''son Mellnda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. """"* William Thilgee, St. Joe. Kick Marso Reported Stele— The Sylvester Fuhrmane received. „ ^ ........ word one day last week of the aerl- the Advance in time for publlca- ous sickness of Mrs. Fuhrman'6 tion. brother, Nick Marso, in Minnesota. Nick, son of George Becker, left They left early last week to see last week Wednesday for 'Trinity college, Sioux City /to resume stud•is. Stella iBormann, registered nurse, left Monday for Kansas City, after.a him. Jog. Fiilirmaiis to Chicago— The Joseph Fuhrmans left a week Victor returned Saturday from two weeks With relatives near Le Sueur, Minn. ' •"'"• Last week'e St.- Joe notes were.de- layed in the mails and did not reach ies. *— •—- — .----- ivsn. *vAujiucij *iur xvctnaus *jny, ait ago last Thursday morning for Chi-i few weeks with the home folks, cago, where they are now maWngj Nicholas (Becker, attending Trin- their home. The Louis Fuhrmans ity college, Sioux City, left laaf week moved to the farm they vacated. — Dance Honors the Metzens— Mr. and Mrs. (Raymond- Metzen were honored at a dance at the H. •M. Thilgea schoolhouse laet week Tuesday. The Stephen (Loss orch- j estra furnished music. Jos. Weydert to Rochester— • , Leo Weydert, accompanied by Joe, Weydert, near A'spna, drove to Wednesday to resume his studies. Francta, -son of Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding, spent last week at hie Grandfather Peter J.'.Erpeldlng's. St. Joe farmers attended a combination sale at the Humboldt fair grounds Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanifan, of Llvermore, spent Sunday at Mrs, M. Hanlfan'e. Nola Benge, Bradgate, Is spending Weydert, near A'spna, drove to 1 •""'"• -" c "s°, ^.io.u B ai.c, is HPBIIUIUB Rochester, Minn., recently, and Joe tnls week wlth ner sister, Mre. Wm. nn ^^»A^ o "\Taim />iint^ fn» ma/31/iaT Hammer. entered a Mayo clinic for medical examination. Fox Wears leather Collar- It Is reported that Emil Welter recently bagged a red fox that was wearing a leather collar. • Other St. Joe. x -,- .. Many relatives and friends were ' hand, entertained at Jos. Stattleman'e a j Mrs. Peter N. Thilgee entertained week ago Sunday afternoon and : at a quilting bee -last week Tuesday, evening. Among persons present I , Grandma Kellner was critically were the Joe. Schallers and Melvin'slck last week v v Hammer. •'Emma (Becker left early In the week for Burt to visit at her brother Matt's. (Mr. and Mre. A. C. Holtzbauer, of Algona, spent Sunday at John Hammer's. Claence Kramar was recently laid up with blood-poleonlng In one society reaches its quota first. The 'Legion gave the Auxiliary .a check •for $25 for Welfare work, and a check-for $11.83, half of the' proceeds of the feather party; After the business meeting "500" was (played. Prize-winners were -Mrs. Halvor Flom, A] Rosenmeyer, R.'C.. Bauer, and Mrs. Frank Cpnley. Frank Conley, who has kept up his membership here. The boys served lunch. The regular Auxiliary meeting was held last Thursday, and a work meeting will be held -at Mrs. H. H. Flora's this week Friday. Three Birthdays are' Honored— Three birthdays, falling on January 8, 9, and 10, were.observed with a.family dinner at A. E. Gtddlngs' Sunday. They were those of Mrs. Giddinge, a niece, Hannabelle Gld- dlngs, Burt, and a son, Milton. Mrs. •Fred Ringsdorf returned to Burt Saturday, having spent, nearly a week here with her father, W. P. Giddlngs. School Is Reopened Monday— The public schools began again this week Monday, with everybody back. This week Tuesday we play Titonka here; the first and second boys' teams. The Thursday before vacation, we defeated Titonka; the second team winning 27-16, the first, 30-26. This week Friday the boys and girls' teams go to 'Lu Verne. Y. P. Society Has Party— The Congregational Young People's society was entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner at Jorgen Skow'e last week Wednesday night. The event was in honor of the January birthdays among members; those-of Anna Flom, Herbert Johnson, and Clifford Carlson. Sr. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Paulina Hanig'e sister, „.. M. Luke, and Mrs. Hanlg's daughter, Sr. H. Louglna, St. Francis convent, Dubuque, came last week Wednesday and vlelted Mre. Hanig until Sunday. ?^ u ',,yrltourg, town marshal, who has been'seriously elck with flu'for a week or more, was taken to Kossuth hospital Sunday. Cornelius Nelson Is' substituting for him. Supt. and Mrs. E. 4t' Swanson and their little son spent the holidays at Des Moines with Mrs. Swaneon's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. G. J. Stephens'. 'Mr. Richard, who lives in north Wesley, has been seriously'sick with flu-pneumonia for three 'weeks or more, and ait last report was very low. The John Ormsbye spent the week-end with her mother, . Sarah McCroden, at Forest City. New Discount Given. Whittemore, Jan. 10—The council has temporarily- reduced , electric rates 5 per cent on bills paid before the 15th of the'" following month. This takes care of the federal tax of 3 per cent, with 2 per cent additional. It is estimated that this will represent a saving to patrons of $700 a year. Fire at Grndy Smith Home— There was a fire at Grady Smith's last week Wednesday morning. A brick had fallen out of the chimney, which.left a hole through which fire spread.-.There was little fire damage, but the firemen, in an attempt to locate the blaze, had to break up part of the floor. Many Tltoiiklans Are Sick- Victor 'Beed, Minneapolis, has of late been clerking In the Harry Beed hardware store, both Harry and his wife being sick. Others reported sick have .been Margaret and Donna Rae Galilee, -Helen Beed, Mrs. R. C. (Ball, Lois Heifner, and Supt. Hoon. Former Train Conductor Betnrns— George 'Howe, Estherville, former train conductor who lived here, has returned and is again working on a train out of Titonka, and -is staying at Harry Beed's. He plans to bring his family back next summer. Hoiwker to Hospital- Mr, and Mrs. George Bonacker took their daughter Janice to a Mason City hospital Saturday. She had the flu and was running a high temperature. Mrs. Bonacker remained with her a few days. Other Titonka News. Evan Winter, who was taken to Iowa City two weeks ago because of Inflammatory rheumatism, is reported improving. He has been abed six weeks. The Theodore Dunmlres, who had spent a week with relatives at !Des Moines, returned last week Sunday to spend the remainder of a vacation here. 'Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen and Mrs. Tom Young were at Rudd last Thursday to see Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hansen, formerly Titonka. (Mrs. (Leonard Dalziel, Cedar Rap- Ids, and two children have been visiting the former's husband, member of a train cr<Av here. Mrs. Clarence Cooper, of Forest City, spent a few days here last week with her husband and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooper. The George Howes and the Henry Butlers, Estherville, formerly Titonka, were here 'Saturday. E. O. Slack and his son Neil were at Livormore last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Dorothy Kleth, Algona, spent last week with the A.'M. Hansens. Burt Post Cited. Burt; Jan.'10—Knoll post was one of 11 among 565 Iowa poets cited for meritorious; seryice on reaching membership 'quotas before December 31. It was the first post In the county to reach Its quota. St. Benedict The John Amanns, accompanied;, by the Jos. Hanlgs, Ackley, arrived late Friday evening for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer, parents of Mrs. Harlg. The Amanns stopped at Wesley to visit relatives. A public card party will ,be give» at the schoolhouse next Sunday- evening at 8 o'clock, with the young; women as hostesses. Mrs. Isadore Meyer visited the • William Arndorfers Monday afternoon. The Isadore Eisenbarths and Nick Deckers attended the funeral of Mm. Catherine Tiss, Algona, lost Thursday morning at the Algona Catholtar church. Adelhalde Eiseribarth, A'lgona. spent Sunday with her elster, Mrs; E. F. Arndorfer, and the George Simons spent th© evening with the Arndorfers. The Isadore Elsenbarths did their winter butchering last week Monday and Tuesday, and the E. F. Arn- dorfers and the Frank Eleenbarth» helped. 'St. Benedict and Wesley held a meeting at the St. Benedict hall. Monday afternoon with Central States Electric company representatives in an effort to get cheaper i-ates, but nothing definitely was accomplished. The William Neuroths, Algona. epent Sunday with the daughter. Mrs. Magnus Rahm, and her neWi daughter. Mrs. Neuroth had been with her daughter a few weeks. Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance 666 LIQUID - TABLETS .SALVE Checks Colds first day, Headaches or Neuralgia In 30 minutes, Malaria tm 3 days. 666 SALTE for head colds. Most Speedy Remedies Known. A DOLLAR'S WORTH Clip this coupon and mail it with $1 for a six weeks' trial subscription to THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR Published by THI CHBISTJAN SCIENCE PUBIISHINC SOOIITT • ' ' • Boston, Massachusetts, U. S. A. ly . 5°1 d newa Ol the world ""» ' i M Scretl f z MONITOB, Back Bay Station; Boston. Mass. ' :. send me a six weeks' trial subscription. I enclose one dolla_r, ($J) 4 (Name, please print) (Address) (Town) (State) IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII ...... IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII ..... llliiiH ..... ||!!l!l!l!l!!!!||l!il||l|||||||||||||| | Closing-Out f Public Auction I Wednesday, Jan. 18 F1.EE I.DKCH iT Head of Hones COME TO THE OCCIDENT BET- ter Baking School, learri ways to prepare interesting foods Wednesday and Thursday, January 18 and -19 In the new warehouse of the Algona Flour & Feed Co. 34-18 I AM LOCAL sales agent for the Remington line of typewriters. There are an even.dozen styles, of which four are portables. Prices for brand new portables range from $19.75 to $75.—GordonVDewel at Advance office. 20 Head o Cattle 6 20 16 • Good Brood Sows 16 Ail Spotted Poland Chlnae. Wdn farrow the latter part of March or first of April. Farm Machinery, Etc. One 15-30 McCormick-Deering tractor, John Deere' 3-*>ottom tractor plow,' Samson 9-ft, tan- flpm disc. Rock Island gang plow, eulky plow, Deering grain binder 8 ft., new.canvas, tractor hitch for grain binder, John Deere corn binder, 'John Deere 2-row cultivator, John Deere single row cultivator, Case single-row cultivator, Mc- CormlcK mower 5-ft. cut,'Mollne hay loader 8- ft,, Daln side-delivery rake, Bradley diec, 8-ft,, sharpened, 16-Jn. walking -plow, McCormick- Deering corn' picker with power take-off and wagon hitch, 2-hole corn sheller with cob stacker and elevator, McCormlck-Deer'lng feed grinder 10-jin. good as new, 4-See. harrow, S new 400 bu, corn cribs, Deering corn planter with 80 rods of new wire, Money Maker silage cutter wdth 40 ft. pipe, also distributing pipes, 2 shoveling boards one nearly new, 5-horse all-steel gang plow hitch, John Deere endgate eeeder, McCormick-Deering separator. No. 5, 2-unit ISurge milker with piping for 16 cows good as new— will give demonstration any time before day of sale, dairy tank heater, Stoughton spreader hay rack and low wagon, 3-in. tire wagon and triple box, Burnham cream tank, Owens fanning mill, 2 sets hay slings, bolt cutter, 1-ton Jack, 5-ft cress-cut saw, 1H h. p. John Deere portable engine, some chicken coops, 6 55-gal. steel oil barrels and £ -good faucets, 8-gal. milk can, 5-gal, milk can, Fenton creamery share, line drive for Fordson tractor, and many other articles too numerous to mention. othv Ut hf!°.,? 1 {", 0rp « n ^ 0n K Ch i ck ?^ corn foddbr ' 40 tong gna w» nl)out 15 ton » rol*«1 clover and Mm- othy hay In barn, 3 sets backpad harness, 1 get nearly new, 2 sets breeching- harness 6 collars, 3 sets fly nets, nose baskets, about 15 bu. pood yellow seed corn picked before TERMS—Cash, or any arrangement; you can m ike with your own banker. Carl Nielsen, Prop. A Tfl A 11 n+lmt fLTi** • ^^^ == FRED FiAIG, Auctioneer N. L. COTTON, Clerk __ laiwiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw v vv ^f w w? "« ** ^f ^ w ^ . P " .• ™ Department Slows \ j Women's Unions 27c Are values at this price! Child*' Unions 34c Regular SOc Waist Unipns. HX ' T T * >f *) SnxL rS^'wer price. c Ready Thursday—The Sale You Waited For Fancy Percale* Tie Towels, 3 for 25c Standard quality, fast colors. Special purchase for this sale. Out, Flannels, yd. 10c Fast col. print lOc Dark atripea, 86 'in. wide. Wide range of patterns. Sheet blanket* 87c Fart wool 72x84 tach'es. Bleach. Sheets 38c Specially priced this event. Japanese rugs lOc (Fancy border, 18x88 Inches. Wa»h cloth*, ^ 17c Fine quality, pastel shades. Brown Sheet,, 1 Here's a value 81-ta. wide. jHFmms Departmenl Stores Printe-Bro'dclothi 17c New 1933 patterns are here. Silk Hosiery, 2 pr, $1 Chiffon or service weight. Big Overalls 79c Best overall for the moneyj Work. Shirt. 49c ^Pine quality, J?} Men! Here's a real

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