Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 19, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
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PAGE TWO KOS8UTH GOUNTt APVANCH. ALQOKA, IQWA tHUMPAY. JANttAttY 1ft, 1933. IT LEADS THE WAY Save the difference with good coal. What you save by buying good coal things. will buy many Because it is clean and of high heat content, BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS COAL is easy to regulate for steady, even heat, or a quick hot fire. It requires only a few sticks of kindling to start a fire, but SERVICES FOR JOHN RICHARD, WESLEY, HELD Wesley, Jan. 17 — John Hardy Rlckard died at his home at 3 o'clock last week Tuesday morning, following a lingering sickness with heart disease which was complicated at the last by influenza and pneumonia. 'Funeral services conducted by the <Rev. I. C. McNulty, Methodist pastor here, were held at the Laird & RtcCullough funeral chapel, Algona, Friday afternoon. Jlr. Rickard was born at Hobarton November 20, 1876, and married Adeline Jeanctte Mitchell January 25, 1905. He had lived on a farm most of his married life. One child, Helen Marie, died In infancy. Surviving are: Earl Andrew, San Antonio, Texas; Neva May Ollom, (Burt; Mrs. Samuel Shipler, Lakota; William Todd, Wes- it doesn't burn away fast like so much chaff. A touch of the ard ' , ley; -Hazel Lanora, Algona; Chester, draft controls it. BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS COAL .burns evenly, steadily and completely, and gives you almost 100 per cent return in heat. It will save you money. Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. Phone 256 The Cost of Thrifty Service This service Includes the washing •of your entire family laundry in soft •water and pure mild soap. Then those cumbersome pieces eo difficult •to do at home — table linens, bed sheets, towels — all of. your flat work —they are carefully ironed and foid- There you have the moet disagree- •atole part of washday done — cleaner 'than you could do it at home. And look at the reasonable cost. It's not a matter of can you afford 'to have your laundering done — but can you afford to do your own wash- Ing. Try our thrifty service for one month — compare the costs — and compare the RESULTS — then judge for yourself. KIRSCH LAUNDRY Roland Hardy, Bobby Bern- Charlotte Bernice, and Raymond Russell, at home. He Is also five were Men's Brotherhood is Formed at Good Hope Good Hope, Jan. 17—A meeting for men at the Good Hope Community room last week Wednesday evening brought out 16. Two hours were spent at "just play", such games as table ten pins, croquet, pins pong, etc. Following refreshments, a resolution to make the organization permanent OK a Men's Brotherhood was unanimously adopted. Officers were elected: Fred Plum, president; James Knoll, vice; Derwood McArthur, secretary-treasurer. Committees were, appointed, and morning, and In the evening will give an Illustrated talk on the Spiritual Teaching of Yellowstone Park. The pictures he will use are from views taken by himself on a visit to that wonderful 'playground. FlH Epidemic JJenrly Over— The flu epidemic has pretty well run its course In this community, all serious cases being near recovery. 'It has been a serious handicap on both private and public activities, 'Blessed will be the scientist who discovers a specific for the prevention or cure of this pestiferous dis- plans for further organization were!ease. approved. The plan Is to furnish healthful, Inexpensive recreation for the men of the community and serve the community and church In any way which may be helpful. (Meetings will be held once a month. No dues are required, but it Choir nnd Y. P. Gathering— Thirty-one members of the choir and the young people's S. S. does met at the Good Hope Community room Friday .for an evening of recreation. Judging from the cheering, ... was agreed that lOc would be coaching from the side-lines, and asked of members at each meeting | energy expended it was an unquali- FOUR LAKOTA MEN TO SING AT STATE MEET i/akota, January 17—The Ledyard township Farm Bureau held an all- day session at J. H. Holcomb's Friday with 35 attending. A covered- dish dinner was served, and the fol- owlng program wns given In the afternoon: community singing; talk on the Allotment plan, by County Vgent Morrison; duet, Mr. and Mrs. Holcomb; talk toy the Rev. Mr". Frerklng; songs, male quartette, composed of the Wallentlne brothers, Jerry Ukena and Jerry Heet- and. This quartette will go to Des Moines this week to sing in the quartette contest to be held In connection with the state Farm Bu•eau convention at the Shrine Temple. Mrs. Jerry Ukena will go with .hem as accompanist. They went to Deg Moines Tuesday. PHONE 267 survived by one sister and grandchildren. Pallbearers William iLloyd, Vernon Duvall, Marion Ash, Severt Moe, Ammon Lease, and Oliver Young. Jinny Sick at Wesley— .Paul Frlburg ie reported holding his own; Helen Franzen, elck abed; Claire McCall, sick with flu and out of school; Mrs. George Hauptman sick; Sister M. Philomene has suffered a relapse, and Sr. M. Constan- tla, who came two months ago from St. Francis, (Milwaukee, to care for her, ha« herself been sick two or three weeks; Billy, baby eon of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Henderson, was threatened with pneumonia and critically sick all last week, but is improving. Lu Vorne Falls Before Wesley— Last week the high school basket ball boys added two victories. The first team defeated Titonka here, 34-4, and the seconds won, 12-7, Friday the firsts defeated Lu Verne, there, 19-12. By many the Lu Verne team had been considered best in the county, so Wesley is highly elated. Tjle same night Lu Verne defeated Wesley girls, 25-14. This week Friday night the boys and girls play St. Cecelia's academy, Algona, here. Mrs. Vee MnlUn Has Operation— Vee Mullin visited his wife Friday at a Fort Dodge hospital, where, last week Tuesday, she underwent an operation for gallstones. He reported her cheerful and rapidly progressing toward recovery. Mrs. Mullin has 'been so quiet a sufferer that many friends did not know she was ailing till the operation was reported. Frlbiirg Relatives Are Here- Charles Frtburg, Nebraska, one time Wesley resident, is visiting his brother Paul, Wesley marshal, who is seriously sick at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Minneapolis, are here also, Mrs. Anderson being Paul's niece. Carl Johnson is acting- water superintendent and street commissioner. Hen Hopkins Plans Vacation— Ben Hopkins, long-time Milwaukee station agent, leaves Sunday for Florida to be gone about a month He has first to are, and may go on later. Helen Frandsen, who attends high school, will stay with Mrs. Hopkins, who will substitute as station agent. to pay expenses of refreshments, light, fuel, etc. An extra meeting, to which the members will be expected to bring one or more guests, will be held next week Wednesday at 8 p. m. A program Is being arranged. Miihloninn to Preach Here— Good Hope folks are due for treat Sunday, January 29, a when fled success. Diet. Supt. W. G. Muhleman will be with us for an all-day session. He will preach at the usual hour in the MOTHER'S CLUB HAS MEETING AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock, 'Jan. 17—^The Mother's club met last week Wednesday at Mre. M, E. (Blanchard's, Mre. Edward Blanchard, gus, and (Lillian Mrs. Delmar An- Angus hostesses. The scripture reading woe read by Mrs. Delmar Angus, and"-was' fol- owed by prayer. Roll call was answered with Bible names for boys. Mre. Robert Padgett was appointed secretary-treasurer--on -, thevresigna- ion of Mrs. Laurence Zwelfel. Talks on Scars and "Not Heavy Loads .But •by an open discussion on the prevention of colds. Thirteen members and three uests attended. The next meeting will be held February S with Mrs. C. M. Gross; Mrs. Ralph Reidle and Mrs. Harry 'Fector, assisting. Beautiful Burdens" were given Mrs. Glenn Sharp. There was P. T. A. Program Is Given— The Parent-Teacher association met last Thursday evening in the high school auditorium. Songs were sung by the audience, and two piano selections were played by Doris Mae Blanchard. Vocal selections were sung by Frederick Schultz, and a talk was given by the Rev. S. M. Gladstone on his recent trip to Washington, D. C. iSweet Bunch of Daisies, and Liza Jane were sung by a group of P. T. A. members, and lunch was served. Other Good Hope. The Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood and Martha Madson attended the meeting of the Algona sub-district ministerial group at Titonka Tuesday. Tney were accompanied by the Rev. and Mre. J. E. Clifton, (Burt. The Rev. and Mrs, Fremont IFaul were host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross were guestn Sunday at a birthday party In honor of friends at Irvlngton. Humboldt. Mrs. Leo Wood, Dakota City, and her daughters, Irma and Kathryn are spending this week at Fred's. Mrs. Wood is a niece of Mr. Genrlch. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rahn and Oscar Earing got home last Thursday from visits in Illinois. The Rahns visited Relnhold Knlss, 'Lanark, and Oscar visited his sister, Mrs. Frank Parlln, and his father, George Earing-, Campus, 111. The 'Sewing Circle met with Mrs. Jack Quinn last week Wednesday evening, and lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mre. J. M. (Blanchard. Thursday, .January 26. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred 4 Genrlch attended a meeting of the county rural letter carriers association and auxiliary at Lloyd Schenck'e, Burt, last week' Tuesday evening. Elizabeth Graet'tlnger Jensen IFr'ida'y, returned to after three Ben Felt's Mother Sick— Mrs. Mary Felt, Mason City, mother of Ben 'Felt, is in her 90's and haw recently been sick with pneumonia, being left In weakened condition. She was reported doing well Saturday, but slightly worse Sunday. Her son Harry, connected with the Canadian National railroad, and his wife, are visiting her. HOW MODERN WOMEN LOSE FAT^SAFELY Gain Physical Vigor—Yoiithfiilness •With Clear Skin and Vivacious Eyes That Sparkle With Glorious Health Here is the recipe that banishes •fat and brings into blossom all the natural attractiveness that every woman possesses. Every morning take one-half teaspoonful of Kruechen Salts in a i glass of hot water before breakfast j 40 Enter 'IK'clam' I'rellms— —cut clown on pastry and fatty j Declamatory training has begun meats—go light on potatoes, butter,! at high school, 42 enrolled, by far •cream and sugar—in four weeks get' t] le largest number ever entered on the scales and note how many i here. There are 15 each in drama-pounds of fat have vanished. tic and humorous, 12 in oratorical. Get a bottle of Kruschen Salts—!niss McGee, English teacher, trains the cost is trifling and it lasts i j fi rs t two classes; Supt. Swanson, weeks. If even this first bottle •doesn't convince you this is the easiest, safest and surest way to lose fat—if you don't feel a superb improvement in health—so gloriously energetic—vigorously alive — your •money gladly returned. But Ibe sure for your health's sake that you ask for and get Krusehen Salts. Get them at E. AY. Lusby's, A. H. Borchardt's, or any drugstore in the world. R. B. Teams AVln Donble-Hender— The local basketball teams won a doubleheader from Bancroft Friday weeks at the E. M. Jensen's. She expected to leave in a week to visit friends in Florida. Mre. Erneet Jensen entertained Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Otto Jensen, Mrs. Ethel Benjamin, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, and Mrs. W. J. Cotton Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone attended a 'Presbyterian ministerial meeting at the Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten's, Burt, laet week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dltmer were Sunday guests of the Charles I>it- mere, and the (Bernard Leepers were at the parental William keeper's. Mr. and Mre. A. A. Krueger, Margaret Gladstone, and Theodore Krueger were at the Charles Schultz home, (Forest City, Sunday. The Rev. S. M. Gladstone judged an elimination declamatory contest at Ringsted last week Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyer and a pass to Miami, but goes| eveninff on tne latter . s floor> Tne •Rockledge, where the Felts; ffjrls> score wag g _ 12 . thfi boy , e score, 22-15. The girls here have now won four victories, suffered one defeat, and tied'once, while the boys have'won eight out of nine games. The gii-ls are leading- the north Kossuth conference, -but the 'boys are in second place, with Swea City in the lead. Florence Reed, Dakota City, Sunday at William Krause's. spent Iloyal Neighbors Install— The Royal (Neighbors held Installation services last week Wednesday evening at the Woodman hall, and :ho following officers were Installed: VIrs. Leona Heetland, Oracle; Mre. Delia M. Smith, vice oracle; Mrs. A. Buckels, recorder; Lorraine Smith, receiver; Mrs. A, Q. Smith, chancellor; Graces, Mesdames Cora Steele, Bertha Underdahl, Sarah O'Keefe, Leona Pierce, and Anna Clemans; (Mre, Laura Rosenau, inner-sentinel; outer sentinel, Mrs. Anna Clemans; marshal, Mrs. Gladys 'Freeark; assistant marshal, Mrs. Ann Grlese; musician, Mrs. Edith Schroeder; flag bearer, Mrs. Ed ICahl. After Installation the lamilles enjoyed a party and refreshments were served. Former RosMent In Visit— L. J. Needham, engineer on the Rock Island who lived here many yeara when be had .the run to Iowa Falls and 'back to Lakota, and who moved last summer to Albert Lea, where he had a run for a time, waa In town last week and told friends he will now go to Slbley, where he has a new run. The family will stay in Albert Lea for a time tillMr."' NeedhanY'gets a p'ermanent run again. SCHOOLS AID IN P, T, A, PROGRAM AT FOUR CORNERS Pour Corneiie, 'jan. 17—The P. T. A. of Union No. 7 met at John Sa- bln's Friday night, and after a business meeting there was community singing. The school children sang three songs, accompanied by Mrs. JE, A. Genrlch, teacher, at the piano, and Mr. Genrlch also entertained with guitar .music and songs. Games were played. Present were the Noble Mitchell, Fred Plum, Genrlch, Arthur Crulkshank, William Drayton, Edward Rich, and Mrs. Walt Gellenfelt families, aleo Mrs. William Rich, Vincent Wlleon, and Ella Boettcher, of California. flowsf puzzle by ttm. M. & D. Clnb Meets Thursday— The Four Corners M & D club met last Thursday with Mrs. Joe Elbert, and In response to roll call members described their wedding gowns. Each member asked a riddle In place of a song for the day. A poem was read by Mrs. Irene Holdren, and two readings by Mrs. Lucile Rich. This was a guessing puzzle by Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, and a drulk* shankt Th6 next meeting will be with' Mrs, fftutoy Walker. Mnny Attend Rlcknrd Funeral— Old .friends here attended the funeral of Hardy Rlckard at, Algona Friday at the Imird & McCullough chapel. Mr. iRlckard >vas reared In this community, .and he farmed for several yearn on the old home place, now occupied by the C. N. Robinsons. He had been In poor health more than a year, and he died at Wesley last week Wednesday of leakage of the heart. Other Four Corners. Pearl Walker and other members of the Walker families have been staying in town in turn to help care for the aunt, Jane Walker, who was sick with double pneumonia, but Is much Improved now. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Nlckerson were at Clyde BristoW's, near Burt, last week Tuesday. Both Mr. and Mre. Nlckerson have been under the weather during the last week with bad colds. Ella Boettcher, California, has 'been visiting 1 the Walter Geilenfelte. She was to leave for California eome time this week. Ella Is a niece of Mrs. Gellentelt. The William Beeches, near Whlt- temore, were at Jos. Elbert's last Thursday* MM. Beach was Isabella Blbert before marriage. Evelyn Nlckerson Has been at Lurhl Fessler's, Rlngsted, two weeks, helping care for the twins, who had the flu. Noble Mitchell was somewhat under the weatfier last week. He is having dental work done. Mrs. William '&lch is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Drayton. Grace Walker spent a few days last week with her sister, Mrs. oV- vllle Holdren. Delia Mae Wltham has been sick two weeks, but is somewhat Improved now. Lakota Today (Thursday) the Woodmon will give a free movie at the hall, and a speaker will also be present. E. R. Worley went to Oalt last Thursday to help in the bank, returning Saturday evening. •The Roland Smiths were hosts to neighbors and friends Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pierce were guests at E. R. Worley's Sunday. TYPEWRITER CARBON PAl'Ett AT THE ADVANCE E. L. Rally Is Attended— ATI Epworth; League rally at Woden last week Thursday evening was attended by-the Rev. Paul Johnson, Harry Warlburton, Bob Clemans, Edith Buxton, Beth Hamquist, Lorraine Smith, Sylvia and Orvllle Koppen, Carl, Augusta, Geneva, and Laurence Bobo. The Rev. Mr. Fall, Titonka, gave the main address. The next rally will be held at Buffalo Center In February. Project lesson Is Ghren— The fourth lesson of the Llncoln- Ledyard township woman's project was given at John Heetland's last week Tuesday and 20 women attended. A lesson on making hats, purses, etc., was given by the H. D. A., Mrs. Leaverton. This meeting was scheduled for the J. H. Warburton's, but on account of Illness In the family was held with Mrs. Heetland. Pastor Johnson Still 111— The Rev. Paul Johnson had a letter from his brother, the (Rev. F. O. Johnson, who is in Knoxville, in which he states another blood "had been sent to Iowa City test and The Mite society meets this week j came back positive for malta fever, Thursday with Mrs. N. L. Cotton, i and he will have to take more treat- Ms Howard lilanchard In Debute— Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard's i son Howard left last Wednesday for Normal, 111., where he and other Iowa State Teachers college students were to take part in a joint debate. Howard recently won a debate broadcast from Waterloo. Mrs. W. J. Cotton assisting. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders attended the funeral of a Mies McFarlan.d at'Burt Monday. Bible Study was held at the Eugene 'Hofius home last week Tuesday evening. Mre. Ralph Priebe's mother, Mrs. Hanna IBrattland, Bancroft, died Sunday. first two classes; the oratorical. EMERGENCY LOANS INTEREST ON UNPAID HAL- ANCE 1'Olt ACTUAL TIME LOAN BUNS Loans made on Automobiles, Live Stock, etc. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced. Our "Inland" plan of loans will meet with your approval because they are convenient and helpful. Quick service, confidential, no signers or endorsers required. Twenty months to repay if necessary. Loans made same day as applied for. LOANS MADE TO PURCHASE MILCH COWS AT A LOW RATE OUT OF TOWN LOANS BY MAIL Repayment made on a budget schedule. Write, phone or call "INLAND" Phone 55 Algona, Iowa Office located let door north of Iowa State Bank. Fireman's Ball »xt AVceli— The annual fireman's ball will lie held Thursday night, January 26, at the Klelnpeter hall. One new member, K. M. Oliion, was added at a recent meeting, and officers were reelected: chief, L. L. Lease; secretary, Vincent Doughan; treasurer, I. A. Gercles. Hancock Pioneer Is Dead— Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby attended at Woden last Thursday the funeral of an old neighbor, William Orthel Sr., S3. Orthel township, Hancock county, was named for him. He was a charter member of the Wesley Odd Fellows. Dance American Legion Coliseum TITONKA, IOWA EH Rice and His Eleven Colored Cotton IMckers FRIDAY, JANUARY 20 Admission, 50 and 25c Other Wesley News. •Mm Marion Paulson led the Hutchins woman's Bible class at the Robinson home, north of Hutch- in.s, Friday. The women are study- Ing Romans. Mr. and Mrs. Paulson drive every Sunday to Forest City, where Mr. Paulson fills the Congregational pulpit and Mrs. Paulson teaches an adult S. S. class. The Legion Auxiliary held a work meeting at Mrs. H. H. Flora's Friday. Another will toe held at Mrs. Kennedy's January 27. There will IK no regular meeting until February 2. The Auxiliary will give a dance and card party at the lodge hall this week Thursday evening. The Study club met Inst Thursday at Mrs. -Amesbury's. The subject was AVomen of the Bible, and for roll call each member named her I favorite woman of the Bible, airs. |Dawson, leader, read an interesting and carefully prepared paper. The hostess .served lunch. The Methodist Bible .study class meets with Mr. and Mrs. Ameebury this weok Tuesday evening; the Aid this week- AVednesday with Mrs. Hans Hanson, Mrs. Raymond Han- wr-n nt--«i.stinpr. A (laughter wns born last week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Goctz. and the -Anton Oor-tz<:-.s have word of a daughter for Mrs. Albert Hoffpr, AVaterloo, Monday, January 2. Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby Auxiliary A'otes Donations— The Region Auxiliary met Friday with Mrs. Oscar Earing, and it was voted to give $5 towards child welfare work and a dollar for rehabilitation. Poppies were ordered. Ten members attended. Another Garng'e Opened Here— The Priebe Diamond Oil station has opened a garage at the rear of the building. Richard Goetsch Jr., Fenton, and charge. 'H-ildreth Pettit are in Town Girls Plan J). 7). Team— A girls' town basketball team is being organized, and anyone may join. Practice is held each Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium. Cylinder Girl Enters Grades— Lola. Fry, Cylinder, has enrolled in the eighth grade here, and is staying with her 'brother, Coach V. V. Fry, and his wife. Girl Enters Business College— Dorothy Macumber left Monday to enter lege. her. the Fort Dodge business col- Clarence, her brother, took Schoolmasters to Meet Here— The county schoolmasters' club meets this week ;Saturday evening at the high school auditorium here. ]}. )I. Gil me Tomorrow Night— The basketball teams will play AVhittemore at AVhittemore this week Friday night. Other Lone Rock News. The P. M. Schiltzes, of Bancroft, were Sunday guests at John Sprank'e. The Victor Rogers family entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, daughter Grace, and the Andrew Thomsens. Fred Thomsons drove to Royal Sunday to visit at his brother John's. Mr. and Mrs. AV. J. Cotton attended a birthday dinner at Mrs. Cotton's brother Ralph Morgan's, near Algona. The Herman AVillrette, Algona, were Sunday guests at Frank Flaig's. Mr. and Mrs. George Pettit drove to Emmetsburg to visit their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Davis. Thovald Jessen, Dolliver, and Alice •Skow, Graettinger, were guests of the E. M. Jensens. Zolore Armstrong, Des Moines, and Mr. and airs. James Armstrong, Burt, were LOTTS GREEK GIRL AND ALGONA YOUTH MARRIED SUNDAY 'Letts Creek, Jan. 17 — On Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, the Rev. P. J. Braner, pastor, officiating, Clara Leininger was married to Rudolph Tietz. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. (Rudolph Peters, Mrs. Peters toeing a sister of the bridegroom. The bride was dressed in a wine colored velvet dress and carried a 'bouquet of pink roses and white sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore a black and blue crepe dress and carried pink carnations. The newlyweds will live at Algona, where Mr. Tietz operates a eandwich shop. A reception was given »t the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Leininger, and 6 o'clock dinner was served to 30 relatives. A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday evening at the bride's parental home in honor of the new Mrs. Tietz, and 75 relatives and friends attended. Mrs. Tietz received many gifts. At midnight lunch was served. The Tietz sandwich shop is opposite the Swift produce plant. Other Lotts Creek. Edna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, left last Thursday with her uncle, Ernest Thiel, Algona, for Des Moines and to Westgate. At Westgate she is with her aunt, Mrs. Carl Heller, who has •been sick for some time and unable, to do housework. The Lutheran Aid. met Friday with Mrs. Martin Meyer, who was assisted 'by Mrs. 'Nick Gengler. All members but two, Mrs. Frank Pompe and Mrs. John Seegetoarth Sr., who were sick, attended. At the close of the meeting lunch was served. Mr. and Mre. Richard Potratz visited Mrs. Otto Tietz at Burt last Thursday. (Mrs. Tietz has been confined to toed a few weeks with rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lleb and Ma-. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb were entertained at George Meyer's, near Whlttemore, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reioner were dinner guests at Henry Wichten- near Whittemore, last week ments and his return here will be delayed till March 1 at least. Shipping- Association Ileelccts— The Shipping association held Its annual meeting at the Woodman hall Friday and all officers were re-elected: president, George Winter; vice president, J. E. Telcamp; secretary-treasurer, J. R. Heetland; directors, C. K. Rlppentrop, J. E. Telcamp, A. E. Anderson, George Winter and J. R. Heetland. at Glenn Sharp's. Wednesday evening. s Sunday at the widen wedding The Fr«J Genriches were Sunday of Mr. and Mre. baum. Sexton. sick with the flu. She Is 79 years tette eans at the Sunday evening eervdce at the Presbyterian c-hurch. more, and the W. D. Haucks home, Sirs. 15. Ennon Is Dead— • Mrs. E. Ennen, who had been seriously ill for eome weeks, died at her home in Lakota Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. She had been ill with Influenza and complications. The Ennens moved onto the farm now occupied by the Jake Telcamps about 40 years ago, but have lived in town for many years. Clarence Edwards Loses Brother— Clarence Edwards, north of town farmer, left 'Friday for White (Lake, S. D,, in response to a message stating his brother was seriously ill with pneumonia, but he died before Clarence arrived. He was single and had been sick only a short time. Library Aid Gives Benefit- One division of the Library Aid gave a benefit party at Mrs. Delia M. Smith's Friday evening, and 40 attended. The evening was spent playing bridge and "500." About ?9 was cleared, which will be used to ibuy books for the library. Other Lakota News. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray drove to Des Moines Friday and returned Sunday afternoon. Mre. Murray's mother, Mrs. Hanson, and eon, of Forest City, came to care for the children during their absence. Doctor Murray is a brother of Ray Murray, new state secretary of agriculture. Ray formerly lived at Buffalo Center. The Court Rlppentrop young folks held a party at the Woodman hall Friday with a good crowd attending. George Bauman was able to toe down town one day lost week after eight weeks illness. Jeanne Hanna, daughter of Roy Hanna, who manages an oil station north of town on No. 9, came from Ruthven last week, wftere ehe spent a vacation, and took up her school work here. •Lena Gutknecht spent the weekend at home and a family dinner \yas given at Charles and Emma Gutknecht's Sunday jn honor of Ed, who came from Canada last week. The Harvey Johnsons went to 'Spencer a week ago Friday to attend the funeral of an aunt of Mns. Johnson, who died after a "short siese of flu-pneumonia. Mrs. Gus Torine was hostess to the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday at R. E. Hamquist's, and 30 attended. The Rev. Paul Johnson and Elmer Darg attended a Brotherhood meeting at Thompson last week Tuesday evening. The Ledyard township male, quar- ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE ona Building & Loan ALGONA, IOWA Close of Business December 31,1932. ASSETS Mortgage Loans $ Loans on Stock : Real Estate . ,Cash Balance LIABILITIES Installment Stock Accrued Dividends ; Fully Paid Stock Dividends on Fully Paid Stock- Dividends Created Money borrowed Reserve 130,400.00 4,462.75 827.68 3,368.48 $139,058.91 52,237.03 5,887.53 57,125.00 1,671.90 1.82S.30 17,931.25 - 2i377.90 $139,058.91 DIRECTORS M. G. Norton W. B. Quarton G. W. Stillman H. R. Cowan A. L. Peterson M. P. Weaver E. J. McEvoy OFFICERS A. L. Peterson, President H. R. Cowan, Vice President E. J. McEvoy, Treasurer A. L. Cunningham, Secretary Do You Want To Save Money? Here is your opportunity, for we have just completed placing hundreds of new pieces on our floors. This furniture has all been purchased within the last three weeks from distressed manufacturers who disposed of over 60 carloads of choice merchandise at prices which can never be duplicated. Below you will find listed prices on just u few of these items that will give you some idea of the tremendous saving reprjsented in this special purchase. Unfinished Chairs well sanded,ready for enamel. Special Price 69c Solid Walnut End Table While they last Special Price J 1.29 $47.50-4 piece Bed Room Suite With 4 poster bed, good sized vanity, roomy chest and upholstered bench Special $33.50 $69.50-4 piece Bed Room Suite Combination walnut, beautiful design, well finished, a real bargain Special $57.50 Come in and see the many other suites of like value. A Complete Dining Room Suite in combination walnut, 8-piece suite, 8-ft. extension table, the biggest value we have ever offered Special Price $57.50 Other dining suites in a range of prices to $97,50. 9x12 Seamless Axminister Rugs From the line of Mohawk Special price $19.95 All hair rug pad free with every rug- sold. Our line of Armstrong Linoleum has jwst been filled for the spring trade Armstrong's records show that this store sells more of their goods than any other store in Kossuth county. 9X12 FELT BASE RUGS AT $5,95 Yard goods as low as 37c yard. RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY FURNITURE SELLS FQ9

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