Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1933 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 16, 1933
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PAGE EIGHT 16, The New Spring Hats Have Arrived "Where You Feel at Home" You'll find the same individuality among these smart new hats as you have learned to expect from Chrischilles & Herbst coats and dresses. Two entire days were spent on our recent market trip in scouring the market and personally selecting the outstanding millinery lines. You'll find the results of our search very pleasing to you. Here are chic, distinctive hats which will appeal to every well-dressed woman. Straws predominate, but there is a wide variety of new materials and a great diversity of styling which makes the buying of a new "spring bonnet" a genuine pleasure. Buy your hats where style is paramount. The days of the "lot shipment" is past, '-lere you find style—plus moderate prices. Come in and look over the new hats. Priced $1.95 $5.95 Mrs. F. L Tribon Will offer at public sale in the Paine store building. & Sorensen THURSDAY, FBIPAY, AND SATURDAY, February 16, 17, and 18 All of the goods from the gift shop of Mrs. Rice * Bought at Sheriff Sale by Moe & Sjogren There is more than $1100 worth of new and extra fine quality goods. To be sold at five and ten store prices Sale starts Thursday at 10 a. m. No sale, no inspection before sale starts. Call and see us in Our new location West of the Courthouse CLAPPS- MASTER -SERVJCE Complete line of Goodyear Tires SPECIAL-We recharge Batteries for only 50 cents. ALGONIAN'S FATHER DIES SUDDENLY AT ESTHERVILLE HOME Dr. W. P. Galloway, 72, Esther- vine, father of Mrs. P. .T. Christeneen, Algon.i, and of .T. C. Galloway, Ames Extension Specialist who comes to Kossuth at Intervals, died Sunday evening at an Estherville hospital after a brief sickness. 'Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at the Estherville Presbyterian church, and burial was made with Masonic rites. L. 'M. Chrlsten- sen, brother of P. J., was one of the active pall bearers, and eight elders of tlie church were honorary pall bearers. Doctor Galloway, who was a justice of the peace, had had kidney trouble two years. He contracted a severe cold recently while he was visiting his son. The son and daughter were with him at the end. Mayor M. K. AVhelan issued a proclamation for ithe closing of all 4 Qf Thee I Sing 1 (Continued from page 1.) places of business during the fun-jti le p] ay ends. ceedlngs are begun, because of the French situation. Senators make ridiculous speeches, often In tune. Wintergreen is about to be impeached, when his wife enters to announce that Impeachment cannot be voted because Wintergreen is an expectant father. Throttlebottom, presiding, says, "Gentlemen, the United •States government has never yet Impeached an expectant father!" So the proceedings are dropped. Last scene: the baby Is about to be born, and the supreme court Is called in to decide on its sex. The court decides by dashing into a huddle, calling football signals, etc. Twins Settle French Tangle. France again calls, to demand, this time, the baby. It seems that France's birth rate is declining, and he must have more chllden. Wintergreen now becomes father of .wins and promises to settle French entanglements in re the birth rate, by making a tour of France. Then eal. The proclamation said that Doctor Galloway had been mayor two years, was president of the :hamber of Commerce, and always took an active interest in all that pertained to the good of the town. Doctor Galloway was born December 2G, 1S01, in Gruncly county. He was graduated from a Valparaiso, Incl., business school, studied dentistry at Iowa City, and was graduated at Philadelphia. He was in the practice 35 years, 25 years of which was at Estherville, where he located in 1900. He retired in 1025. • Doctor Galloway was mayor in 1007-S, Chamber of Commerce president in T924, and secretary in 1930. Ho had been justice three years. He was a Mason, Elk, and a Presbyter- inn session member and clerk. His wife died some years ago. Brothers live at Washington, D. C., Marshalltown, and Madison, S. D., and sis- tors at Chicago and Madera, Calif. J. C. Galloway canceled his agricultural outlook date here Tuesday because of his father's death. TWO FROM KOSSUTH DIE IN CALIFORNIA Los Angeles, Feb. 11—'Mrs. C. E. Anderson died Friday, February 3, at the home of her son Charles. Huntington Park, of • high blood pressure. Her maiden name was Rose AValters, and she was a sister of Doctor C. M. C. Walters, formerly Bancroft, and Mrs. Ida Cohenour, formerly Bancroft and Algona. She leaves two sons and three grandchildren. The son Morse lives at Seattle. She was born at Watseka, 111., one of a family of 12 children, of whom five are left. While she was visiting her sister, Mrs. Cohenour, at Bancroft she met Mr. Anderson, and they were married there. He was then .principal of the Bancroft high school, but he afterwards taught at Algona. Mrs. Anderson was buried In the Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Mrs. Callahan, formerly Bancroft, mother of Mrs. Walters, died *t the Walters home December S from the ffects of a stoke. Mrs. Edith Clarke-Williams, of Minneapolis, accompanied by a nurse and chauffeur, Is on her way ere, but was to stop en route at 'hoenix, Ariz. Doctor Stufflick, husband of the ormer Renan Cole, has recovered rom a serious carbuncle on his neck. IHe has been in a hospital a month. HOBBIES OUTLET TO EASE STRAIN The Rev. A. Hueser, local Baptist pastor, spoke on hobbies before the Kiwanis club last Thursday, and he illustrated with his own hobby, which is making violins. He believes that everyone should have a hobby. Practically everyone does have one, he added. Some hobbies are accidental; others are acquired by Intent. A hobby is an offset to the strain of a regular job. It refreshes the brain by occupying it in another direction. Often a good hobby is entirely opposite to the regular job; sometimes, however, it is a sideline of the regular work. Mr. Hueser described how he made his first violin, and he showed the rough materials from which he is The music is not good, except one theme song, "Of Thee I Sing, Baby." The dances are decidedly poor. The acting is burlesqued. The girls are not as beautiful as Ziegfeld's, but good. The play Is a success merely because of its clever plot and dialogue, also because of good acting, particularly that of Victor Moore, who plays the vice president. NEW LOW PRICES ON RCA RADIOTRON TUBES Price reduced $2.00 on some types. Why buy unknown brands of tubes when you can buy RCA Radiotrons at new low prices. Have just installed a new Jewel tube tester that tells the condition of every tube in terms that you can see for yourself if tube is operative or not. Bring in your tubes and have them tested FREE HOLECEK RADIO AND MUSIC SHOP ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 371 now constructing the second. He also explained the difference between a cheap instrument and a good Instrument, though they may look identical to inexperienced persons. Mr. Hueser spent a year and a half on his fiiist instrument. AVork on the pieces for the second which he exhibited to the Klwanlans was started a year ago, and .he estimates that the violin will be completed in three to five months more. FULL SCHEDULE MADE FOR F, JJEXT WEEK Fifty farmers from all parts of the county attended a Farm 'Bureau county agricultural outlook conference Tuesday at the courthouse. W. D. Termohlen and C. D. Mentley, extension economists from Iowa State college, led discussions. Florence Forbes, assistant state 4-H club leader, will conduct FORMER KOSSUTH GIRL DIES AFTER MAJOR OPERATION Mrs. B. P. Richardson received word last week • Tuesday of the death of her sister, 'Sister Mary Ehrentude (Julia Anne Schlchtl), B. V. M., Evanston, HI, Death followed a major operation. She was only 45 years old. Funeral services were held last Thursday at the St. Ignatius church, hicago, Father Kelly, 'president of Loyola university, reading high mass. -Burial was made in *Mount Carmel cemetery, Chicago. Sister Mary Ehrenturude, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schlchtl was born In this county. After she was graduated from the Algona schools she attended the state university. Later she took summer courses at Creighton, Iowa City, and Chicago. She received a B. A. degree and was to have received an M. A. degree this summer. Before joining the Sisters of Charity at Dubuque in 1917 Sister Ehr- entrude taught In Iowa public schools, her last work in this line being a* the .Van Buren school, Cedar Rapids. After taking the vows of her sisterhood she taught in the Holy Angels academy, Milwaukee, a Catholic high school In [Burlington, and in parochial schools at Chicago and Riverside. At the time of her death- Sister Ehrentrude was teaching chemistry at the Mundelein college for women In Chicago. 'Sister Ehrentrude is survived .by three other sisters: Mrs. R. V. Achatz, Xiawrenceburg, Ind., and Mrs. J. F.. Klrby and Caroline Schlchtl, Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Kirby, Caroline, ana" Mrs. Aehatz attended the funeral 1 . 700 SEE NEW AND BIGGER FORD HERE , F. E. Kent, local Fonl dealer, welcomed a Iars»' number of visitors Saturday and early this week who came'rto see"fflte new> 1933 model? More than 700 visitors had inspected the new car up to Tuesday. Visitors were Cm-pressed! with the body lines. The new car ie lower and longer than- the old, and its streamlines give it the bigger-car appearance, also the appearance of greater power. A wheelbase of 112- inches makes it six Inches longer than the 1932 model, the frame Is 7V 3 inches longer, and the body 12 Inches. longer,. The frame Is of the double-drop, double-channel x-type which gives much greater strength. The motor is of 75 h. p., ten more than last year's; and the car will travel more than- 80 m. p. h. The cylinder-head of the new engine Is of aluminum, which permits higher compression pressure, resulting in Increased speed, power, smoothness and acceleration, with greater fue: economy. Striking are the new slanting radiator, the long engine hood, a slanting windshield, and skirtet SWEA CITY WINS JUNIOR B, B, TOURNEY AT LEOYARO Ledynrd, Feb. 14—(Ledyard was host to a junlor-hl basketball tournament Saturday. Six teams were entered—(Bancroft, Swea City, ILed- yard, Tltonka, Fenton, and Seneca. Bancroft lost to Swoa City, 17-4. Ledyard defeated Tltonka 21-4. Fenton defeated Seneca, 12-4. Following this game Ledyard and Swea City played a semi-final and Swea took the lead In *he first quarter and held It throughout the game, winning 16-12, At 7:30 Fenton and Swoa City played the finals, Swea winning 27-'S, thus Winning 1 the trophy. Following this the Ledyard town team played the coaches of the various schools, and the town team won 48-41. A CO-OHHRATIVfi, ORGANlZA- tlon marketing clean, dependable seeds direct from tn4 growers, pf- fers Sweet Clover, Alfalfa, Bromo Grass, and other hardy Northern- grown seeds at very low prices. This ad will appear only once. Write today for free samples, special club proposition, and delivered prices.-— Northwest Seed Growers, Fargo, N. D. . 40p23 WANT ADS PHONE '55 IFOR LOW surance. COST • IN- 6u2ltf FOR iSAiL/E-^GOOD AILFAIVFA hay. —Albert Gould. 7.p23 BA'LED STRAW FOR SAfLE.—<!. L. Dlttmer, Burt. 7p21-24 FOR RENT —' DUPILEX APAR.T- ment, modern.—Call .316-J. WANTED—VEAL CA/LVES at good prices.—(McEnroe Bros. Sp23 FOR RENT—PARTLY MODERN 7- room house.—Call 411-J. 10u23 FOR SALE—HORSES AT THE old Cosgrove barn.—Phone 791. 10p22-23 OTTO KOPPBN, OF LAKOTA, has some nice young horses for .sale. Ilu23 WANTED, TO BUT—.FOR CASH, a used car, 2 seated, late model.— J. H. Zanke. 14u23 FOR SAflJE—HORSES AND mules. —Inquire of McGulre Bros., phone 33S or (536, Algona. HAVE YOUR.- EGG'S HATCHED with us and get a real job.- lendorf Hatchery, Algona. -Wel- 14p23 LOW iRATES—TERMS—'All forms of insurance—Algona Ins. Agency. Reliable Insurance service. 13u21tf FOR RENT — MODERN BIGHT- room house, garage, garden, close in.—Inquire Russell Hodges, phone 204. 15p23 OUR 'LEGHORN CHICKS HAVE a habit of making good year after year. Prices low.—Wellendorf (Leghorns, Algona. 17p23 NOTICE OF SHEKIFF'S SAI/B STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY. SS. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a judgment renflered In said Court on the 31st day of January, 1933, In favor of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company of the City of New York, a Corporation, as plaintiff, and against the South Fractional Half (%) of Section Nineteen (19), Township Ninetysix (96) North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 6th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa, as defendant, for the sum of Twenty-eight Thousand Four Hundred Twenty-five and 68/ 100 ($2'8426.6<8) Dollars and costs, taxed at Three Hundred 'Forty-four and 07/100 ($344.07) Dollars and accruing coste, I hfcve leVled up6rt th« following described Real property as the property of the said Edward Capeelus, Gertrude At. -Ca- pefllup et at, to eatfefy said execution, to-wlt! .The-. South Fractional Malt V%) ot; Section Nineteen (19), Township Ndhety- slx (96). North, Rang© Twenty-nine (29) West of the Bth P. M. Kos-" suth county, Iowa; and ; I Will proceed to self said property, or so milch thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand on the 16th day .of March, 1933, at the east door of the Court House In Algona, In Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a, m., of said day, when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this '14th day of February, 1933. CARIL DAHLHJAUSEiR, Sheriff of Koseuth County, Iowa. By Casey Lose, Deputy, Burt J. Thompson, Plaintiff's Attorney. 23-24 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SAM! STATE OF IOWA, KOSBUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue 6f a General Execution di- reeled to trie from the Dlstri6t Court of i<of loWai .0*1 a judgment •said Court on the 24th (inyT," ary, -1933, Jn favor of Frank v Jr., as .plaintiff, and ngulm Siieati Gray, as defcmlunt r n 1 sujn .of Flfty-nlno „„„' f ° H ($59,69) Dollars and costs Ten and 85/100 ($10.85)' 00,,,, accruing costs, I imvn ICVIM the following describe ' as the property of tiio .Susan Gray to satisfy K tton, to-wit: one Bulck 30-47, motor number 2.173770 tory fiumber 23&130R; ,, ml ,' proceed to sell said pro] much thereof as mny b to satisfy said execution, with7 and accruing costs at public to the highest bidder, for hand, on the 23rd day of ].\ l;l 1933, at the east door of the" House In Algona, In Kossnth ty, Iowa, at the hour of 10 a. m., of said day, when and due attendance.will be given by] undersigned. ' Dated this 1st day of 1933. CARL I>AIHLITAUSER| Sheriff of Koesuth County, ] By Caeey Loss, Bopu M. C. McMahon, Plaintiff's Attorney. SAW GUMMING—22-IN. to 32-IN. circular saws gummed, filed, and set during February, $2.—Diamond Point Saw Shop, Mason 228 S. Federal. City, la., 22p22-23 iTEADY WORK GOOD PAY—Reliable man wanted to call on armers. No experience- or capital eeded. Write today.—McNess Co., Dept. B, Freeport,' 111. 24p23 WAN WITH CAR NEEDED IMMB- dfately to fill vacancy local gro- ery route. Muet be satisfied to make $27.50 weekly at start; more ater. Steady job,, steady pay for villing worker. Write Albert Mills, Route Mgr.. 2277 Monmouth, Cln- front fenders, which, with the streamlining, make wind resistance less. READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS first training schools in second-year home furnishings tomorrow at the public schoolhouse and In the assembly room of Bancroft Saturday the Algona library. These will be all-clay meetings, 10:30 to 4. Dairy herd management will be discussed at Farm Bureau meetings in Kossuth next week Monday to Friday by Floyd Johnston, dairy extension head, and Dr. K. W. Stouder, extension veterinarian at Iowa State college. Meetings are scheduled as follows: Monday, 7:30 p. m., Smith-Hughes high school, Swea City; Tuesday, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., Whittemore city hall; Wednesday, 1 p. m., Seneca consolidated schoolhouse; Thursday, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., Bancroft schoolhouse; same night, 7:30, Smith-Hughes night school, Buffalo Center; Friday, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m., theater at Elmore. PLOW COMPANY OFFERS TRADE PLAN FOR CORN John Deere dealers here and in surrounding territory met <R. B Case, sales manager of the Johr Deere Plow company, Moline, 111. at Algona Monday. Mr. Case ex plained ,the John Deere corn plan applying to purchases of John Deere horse and tractor machinery and tractors this season. The John Deere company, realizing that abnormally low prices are now 'being paid for farm products, has adopted a plan whereby a farmer buying John Deere equipment this spring is assured a much higher price on corn than the present market. Dealers in attendance ait the meeting were impressed with the liberality BATT>ER)I>ES FOR CHEVROLET, Ford, etc., ?2.95 exch. Guaranteed—even at this low cost. Special sale .begins Feb. 18.—Gamble Stores. 20-23 FOR SALE OR TRADE — 1931 Chevrolet coupe, cows, and horses.—Call 2801, Lone Rock, or Inquire Seneca store for directions.—Clarence Metzger. 22p23-24 lAOY WILL WORHC FOR BOARD and small compensation in good •espectable home. Adults. — Ruth Thurston, general delivery, Minneapolis, Minn. 19p23 IEN WWiNTBD FOR (RAWILEIGH routes of 800 consumers at cities f Algona, Rolfe, Emmetsburg, and otliweet Koseuth. Reliable hustler an start earning $25 weekly and iri- rease every month. Write dmmedl- tely Rawleigh Co., Dept. IA-114-S, "•reeport, 111. 36p2iand23 cinnatl, O. 38p23 | You can come • ! out of the • • • • I kitchen in these • • J Tl I gay • • • • • • J Cotton I Frocks S We bet you'll be seeing these" j== smart styles worn by well dressed 55 girls all spring and summer! Be- S cause they've been styled with S care, fashioned with precision, SJ and made on the very new lines EJ which characterize spring street j frocks. You know the care with | - which we select our washable | dresses—so you know that these i will retain all their cheerful color i and perfect fit through innumer- I able launderings. A complete size i range. Sh ,! P ! m K n < t ° f these P°P ular organdy trimmed frocks Has Just arrived *> - "" * »; (nil to 52^d Y piSSd 8 at^ ° f theSe 8mart . n6w cotton dresses - Size s complete from 12 $1 $1.25 $1.95 iHifniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ Take it from me" It's mighty good coal, this Grenadier Coal. I know! And when you get it, it will be better yet. It will be treated with Chemacol —one of the wonders of modern Science. More than a dustless treatment. Chemacol aids combustion. Greatly reduces wasteful smoke and soot — a saving on every ton. Take it from me, use Grenadier Coal for greatest satisfaction and true economy. Order now. of the plan and commended the John Deere Plow company for the substantial contribution it is thus making towards helping customers and dealers in these unprecedented tmies. Among Koseuth dealers in attendance were Fred Plaig, Lone Kock A. H. Hundeby, Swea City, and L. E. Weisbrod, Fenton. Five in Twin Contest. Results in the Dee Moines Register's "Match the Twins" contest were announced Sunday. No one in Kossuth won a prize, but the following women received honorable mention: Mrs. H. E. Douglass and Mrs. Arthur Helberg, Algona; Mrs. A. M. Lease Wesley; Mrs. W. A, (Ladendorff, OBurt; and Mrs. A. B. Tweeten, Swea CUy. CNADIER] -UOU. CMSOUOATIMI UERS CREEK: COAL i iooJc for these Tags itt the Coml. GRENADIER ' CONJOLLDATION CHEA\ACO MIUfRJ (Rf t ER K - ^-- Sold an4 Guaranteed by

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