Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1933 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 3, 1933
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MIVMCI OH OTHER PAVEMENTS COSTSffiMORE KM MILE Tfrm on Concrete IT COSTS YOU LESS TO DRIVE ON CONCRETE STREETS DRIVING ON UNPAVED STREETS COSTS ffib MORE Than on Concrete FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE THE CEMENT SERVICE MAN. CARE OF: PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION Hubball landing D*t Main«i, Iowa Last Chance To buy Flour before the tax is added on. For the balance of this week I am going to sell a sack of Flour and a large granite mixing bowl forthe following prices: $1.35 : $1.48 $1.68 $1.68 RED ROSE AND BOWL SUNNY BOY AND BOWL OMAR AND BOWL MISS MINNEAPOLIS AND BOWL White's Grocery NRA Notice to All Patrons THE Algona Cleaners have adopted the new hours of 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. on week days and will close at 9:30 Saturdays. MODERN DRY CLEANERS ELK CLEANERS AND TAILORS NRA Notice to the Public Algona Furniture Dealers will support our president 100 per cent in the Industrial Recovery Act. We request that you cooperate with us with our change of hours. From now on our respective stores will open at 8 a. m. and close at 5:30 on week days and will close at 9:30 Saturday nights. FOSTER FUBNITURE CO. RICHARDSON FURNITURE CO. SPECIAL This Week USED CARS 1932 Chevrolet coach 1932 Ford coupe 1931 Ford coupe $ 1931 Ford tudor 1928 Erskiue coach —TERMS— KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 484 AUTHORIZED Algona, low* Service— ^0R9^ —Salea EX-IRVINGTON FAMILY HOME .OSES NFIRE Irvington, Aug. I—in a recent chain communication received by M. L. Roney which contained letters from many relatives the arrival of Lorna Sue. first child ol Mr. and Mrs. Berryman Davids, of | Kelso, Wash., 'born June 9, Was reported. Mrs. Davids is known here as Vivian, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Baker, now of Shelton Wash. A Caesarean operation had to be performed to save the Jives of mother and babe. Mr .Davids was operating an oil station at Kelso, but recently had to close it and move his family to the home of his parents, also of Kelso, because of a flood which •threatened the building. Mr. Roney also learned that his sister, Mrs. Ted Syvertson, and her husband who live at or near Pasadena, Calif., were recently burned out. The Syvertsons were at home, but-they knew nothing of a fire till they heard a faint crackling and investigated. The blaze originated in a clothes closet. Everything was destroyed. The Syvert- sons have since been camping out Ion the beach. Hitchhikes to Illinois Home— Milo Gregson, who had 'been employed a month at O. L. Miller's, •hitchhiked to -his home in East Moline, 111., Saturday. He left Miller's at 7 in the morning arid arrived at 7 the same evening. He rode to Des Moines with a Mr. Miller from Lu Verne, and there discovered an uncle from Grinnell, who was getting threshing machine repairs. At Grinnell he found an acquaintance who took him direct to E. Moline. Mllo planned to go. on to Chicago to attend a Citizens Military Training Camp at Fort Sheridan. After a month's training the 'boys will be put on duty at the world's fair. This is Milo's second year at the training camp. After •four years an examination is given, and men found capable are made second lieutenants in the re-serves. ' ' ; l| jrfBli Another Big Hen's Egg- Mrs. Harry Sabin recently 'found an egg measuring 7% inches the small way of the egg and 8% inches the long way. The egg was laid by a black Minorca hen. Former Aljronlan In The Fred Behnkes, of California, recently visited at John Simon's. Mr. Behnke is a former employe of the Ford garage at Algona. Many Threshing Rings Done— Many of the shorter threshing rings were finished up last week, due to the light oat crops. Other Irvington. Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, and Mrs. Mae Miller, Algona, recently visited at 0. L. Miller's, and callers at Miller's Monday afternoon were a Mrs. Dorweiler, West Bend, and Mrs. Clifford .Phornley, Mo- vHle. Mrs. Phornley was Alice Ely, formerly of this vicinity. Ella, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harr, will have an operation for removal of her tonsils and adenoids this week Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital. ' The Austin Summers family drove to Eagle Grove Sunday to take home Harold Hovland, nephew of Mrs. Summers, who had 'been working here. Wayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schichtl, recently spent a rew days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Cook, Algona. Mrs. Morris Parsons and Mrs. Ted Harr spent this week Tuesday with Mr. Parsons' sister, Mrs. Merritt Burtis, north of Algona. The Ralph Parsons, near Burt, Merrill Parsons, and Eunice Thompson were visitors Sunday at the Morris Parsons home. Florence Johnson, who lives with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hammond, Swea City, is visiting Mrs. Charles Sankey and the Rileys. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on What Aileth Thee?— Genesis-21:17. Mrs. Percy Schichtl recently spent a few days with relatives at Lu Verne. Albertha ' Boldridge recently spent a few days with friends at I Garner. •Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage are parents of a son, born last Saturday. -(Aeme) OUR SKIPPER—President Rooievelt leaves'the ship of state temporarily for a vacation as the pilot of the Amberjaek II on a recreation cruise off the New England coast, shown here In happy mood with hie son, James. Even here he has had Innumerable visit- brs and hae received many ovations In ports of call. MACON'S FLYING COOK STOVE prepares meals for 100 men -on.new Navy dirigible. May Castanarp of Akron is the last woman to see It because only men are allowed aboard the Macon. It is specially constructed of Enduro stainless steel because of lightness and durability. HOLY YEAR PILGRIMS —Proclaimed by Pope Plus on. 1100th anniversary of Crucifixion, Holy Year attracts thousands to three famous Quebec shrines. Picture shows new basilica at Ste. Anne da Beaupre, where thousands will visit historic shrine oh feast day oh July 26. • HITLER SURPRISES WORLD by pacific speech before Reichstag'In reply to President Roosevelt, saying fie ft convinced "there can be but one task;, namely,\toisecurejthe peace of the world."^ > HAMBLETONIAN CONTENDER—Will Caton of Syracuse, N. Y., leading money driver on harness tracks last year, grooming Calumet Donald for the famous Hamble- tonlan Stake, one of the country's richest track events, to be trotted at Goshen, N. Y., on Aug. 16. Caton won in 1932 with the sensational Marchioness but opening of Grand Circuit racing In Ohio revealed stiff competition' for.hli.new.entry in.famous three-year-old classic. MOONLIGHT DIVER — Marshall Wayne of Coral Gables, Fit, prac-, tlces In noted Miami Blltmore pool' for national outdoor championships' In-Chicago; He was runner-up In recent Indoor diving championships.'' Turn this picture around, and look' at It upside down. . GRAVEL LAID ON HIGHWAYS NEAR 8T, JOE St. .Joe, Aug. 1 — (Baker & Fatten, raveling contractors from Wright county employed 'last week at resurfacing state roads, have moved to another location. John Schunacher, Algona, and his crew were lere a few days last week, hauling ravel from a local pit to various points. The W. B. Williams crew, with headquarters at Dakota City, s still hauling, after three weeks of work in Humboldt county. Berte Baby Is Baptised— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berte are parents of a boy, born last week Sunday. The baby was baptized Francis Joseph at the St. Joseph hurch Sunday; sponsors, Agnes Berte and Joseph Freilinger. . The Bertes now 'have two girls and three boys. Nurse Anna Kayser is :aring for mother and child. Catholic Sister Visits Her»— Sister M. Olympia has been visiting relatives here. She is a sister of Mrs. Henry Geishecker. Mrs. Geishecker, Irene Sister, Olympia, Mrs. Frank Hilbert Jr., and Gordon drove to Waseca, Minn., last week to visit Mrs. James Marso, sister of Sr. M. Olympia and Mrs. Geishecker. sister, Mrs. Paul Thilges. Mrs. William Buttermore and Augusta spent a short time last week at John Origer's. Mrs. Deim, of Algona, and Kathryn and John were Sunday visitors at Joseph Kramar's. Ruth Devine returned Sunday, after two weeks at Bernard Devine's, east of Livermore. The John Origers, accompanied by Susan Frideres, were at Hum- boldt Sunday. Cornelia Faber, West Bend, is assisting with household duties at John Zellar's. Wesley Mrs. Bva Gannan, daughters Frances and Matilda, with Mrs. Conner, St. Benedict, and a small daughter called on Mrs. August Garman Sr. Friday, Mesdames Immerfall, Martin Rahm, Nick fios- kopf, John Raskopf, and • Leona Downs, also St.,Benedict, called on her last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Garman motored to Boone Friday for sev- erar days with Mrs. Garman's sister, Mrs. William Enabnlt. They also drove to Des Moines on business, returning Sunday. Yvonne Enabnit accompanied them'here for an extended visit. Sexton, Aug. a broken Joint evening from ' C . r- The team Greenfield rews, Algona, njured boy wa ral hospital. Ival, \vho' Carroll's, i s , no Hrs. Elmer Gross, J ived northwest of s! we near Rockforcl. — i ____^i^ _ Sexton Hoy | n Sexton, Aug. i_n, on of Mr. and M n t ell on a nail Friday ri t gouged a deep hole! eg Just below the kZl •ras badly swollen R 1 ut is better now Jesse 1 s Shop Having purchased tM ord harness mach equipped to do all ess,.canvas, and bt My prices are rea s a trial. Just across! rom Swift's. ' J. W. Si POWDI Sll fOR SALE BY MOST I St Benedict The threshing is going fast this year. Most runs started only last week, but are finishing. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Potthoff, of Halibur, drove up Saturday evening for a few days with Mrs. Potthoff's mother, Mrs. Anna Huschka. Mr. and Mrs. John Bierl, Mrs. Frank Domayer, Mrs. Joseph Buetel, and Dan Rahm, all of Templeton, came Saturday to visit Joseph Rahm Sr., who is critically sick with diabetes, which he has had for a number of years. Mrs. Fred Mulert, Claremont, Minn., came last week Tuesday to help her mother care for him. The B. F. Rahms, Des Moines, and the. Mul- erts spent Sunday there. The E. F. Arndorfers spent Sunday evening at the Matt Bormann's, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner and their daughters Frances and Rosalia were there also. The Albert Dows, Belmond, accompanied by Albert's mother, Mrs. Charles Dow, Chicago were Sunday visitors at Ben Dow's. Mrs. Mary Fasbender and G. G. Studer were visitors at Theodore Dohm's, Mason City, last Thursday. Mrs. Leo Studer and her sister Verlia were at Mason City last Thursday. Harold Thul Infant Named— The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul was baptized Robert George last week Tuesday morning at St. Joseph's church; sponsors, Mrs. Joseph Becker, maternal grandmother, and George Thul, paternal grandfather. To Plan Church Bazaar- Seven women of the parish are to meet at the Rev. George Theobald's this week Tuesday night to lay plans for a church bazaar August 15-lfi. Each woman will supervise a group of others. St. Joe-Irrlngton Game Dated- Next Sunday the St. Joe Cardinals will play the Irvington nine iere at 2:30. There was no game here last Sunday ;'Whittemore failed to appear. f AM I/XJA1/ sales agent for tb« Remington line of typewriters. •There are an even dozen styles, of which four are portables. Prices for brand new portables range ' from $19.76 to $75.—Gordon Xtewel at Ad vance office. Other St. Joe. (Nicholas Wagner, accompanied his mother, Mrs. (Lucy Wagner, Mrs. John B. Reding, and' her son Edward, all of St. Joe, and Mrs. Nick Reding, Whlttemore, were dinner guests of the 'Frank Kin- kades at West Bend last week Tuesday. In the afternoon all drove to Mallard to visit relatives. The Herbert Benges and Herleo Neilsen, near Bradgate, and Viola Strait, near Rutland, were Sunday dinner guests of the William Hammers. The Benge daughter Evelyn Mae went home with them, after a, few days with the Hammers. The Julius Capesius family, accompanied by Mrs. Theresa Miller, spent Sunday at the Edw. Capesius home at Livermore. Mrs. Miller is spending a few days this week with the Peter N. Thilges family. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, son Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Viola Phillips, and Clarence Kramar were Sunday dinner guests at James Becker's. Francis Phillips has returned to his home at Claremont, Minn., after several weeks with his sister, Mrs. James Becker, Mrs. Peter Thilges, Algona, and her daughter Mary spent a few days last week at Louis Fuhrmann's. Adele Faber, West Bend, has been spending some time with her r I New Store Hours Dry goods Stores Algona dry goods stores, to comply with the N. R. A. requirements of shortened working hours, will open every day till further notice at 9 a, m. The stores will close on week day. at 5:30 p. m., and will close on Saturdays at 9 p. m. We are doing our part. Please help us by observing these hours, and buying at N. R. A. stores. The Graham Company The Goeders Company Chrischilles & Herbst Christensen Bros. Company ---- --~~-~T. .. vvvv VVVW j V) In agreement with the dry good. retailer. to help in the N. «. A. workmg hour, for employe., the two following .tore, will open eac day mormng at 8,30 and clo.e at 5;30p. ro . Saturday. |h« two »g .tore, will open at 9 a. m., and c lo.e at 9 p. w. Hawcott & Cummings 5c to $1

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