Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1933
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if')' PAGE POUR kOSSUTM AWAMfna.-ALCJONA.'lOWA. WORK Wanted tor Iowa's 1O,OOO Miners Hn Open Letter'* louw'* Public Officials T O 700, honorable gentlemen, upon whom the purchase of coal for all of lowa'i lax-supported Institutions depends ... the Iowa Coal Institute would like to present these salient facts: If every tax-supported institution in the state consumed 100% Iowa Coal... it would proride year-round employment for 3,500 Iowa Miners, based on 200 days annual employment . . • the present average being approximately 150 days. In the vast majority of cases . . . Iowa Coal represents a savings of 20 to 50% over expensive foreign coals. Every Are* ««"• of lowa Co * 1 consumed represents a days work for an Iowa miner . . . the head of an Iowa family. Iowa Coal Producers—Dealers — Miners — Truckers are large tax payers. ™?l. {» fairer than Public Officials supporting Iowa's Second Industry? When you buy IOWA COAL you save tax dollars ... you provide employment for Iowa LABOR ... yon are acting in strict accordance with the State and Federal employment programs. WACOAL BIRTHDAY OF L, R, WOMAN IS HONORED Lone Rock, Aug. 8—The Anguses entertained at birthday dinner Sunday in honor of the daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Addison Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Geidel, Corwith; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus, their baby, John McNeal, the Jos. and William Rickers, Evelyn Cruikshank, and Mrs. Laura Hohenstein, Algona. The Rickers and Mrs. Hohenstein are brothers and a sister of Mrs. Angus. Nine to Junior League Games— Lone Rockers who attended Burt -Le Mars Junior League ball game at Rockwell City last Thursday were the Rev. S. M. Gladstone, son Robert, and Superintendent and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey, and their daughter Bernadine. Attending a Burt-Cedar Rapids game Friday were Fred'd Schultz, Carl Ewoldt, and J. M. and Harlan Blanchard. Roy Leeper, iLone Rocker, played with Burt. last Thursday with their , grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.. D. T. H6b* son, Burt. Fred Genrlch, sons Malnard and Bernard, and Vera Morris were at Ames last Week Wednesday. Mairt- ard will enter Iowa State college this fall. Mrs. Jennie Whitford and her daughter Irene left Friday to visit Mrs, Whitford's daughter, Mrs. Roscoe Whltehill, Floodwood, Minn. Mrs. iR. J. Edwards, Pipestone, Minn., and her children came last week Tuesday to visit the former's sister, Mrs. Roy Jensen. Earl Ackarman and Kenneth Marlow drove to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday, and Earl had his eyes examined again. Mrs. Otto Voight, Taopi, Minn., and two sons arrived Sunday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Priebe. Clarence Macumber, at a Rochester, Minn., reforestation camp spent the week-end at the parental F. A. Macumber's. Mr. and Mrs. William Blanchard, Humboldt. and their son Junior spent Friday at Fred Genrlch's and Alex Krueger's. The E. M. Jensens attended a reunion of Mrs. Jensen's folks at the Defiance state park, Estherville, Sunday. Chester Aline and Ersel Blanchard spent the week-end at Quimby, Union Kathryn Price, Lake Mills, teach the DIst. No. 4 school HUGH W. LUNDY, Secretary Albia, Iowa Portable Typewriter Prices Slashed! toy the Remington Rand Typewriter Co. Save $5 $15 Genuine Guaranteed New Remingtons A wide choice of models including Noiseless Portables. Act promptly, this offer for a short time only . . . Prices subject to advance without notice. Prices now range from $19.75 to $84.50 I. 6. DEWEL Threshing Ring Has Picnic— The Robert Schmidt threshing crew, Lone Rock, had a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park Friday. Kittenball was played. Attending: the Robert Schmidts, the M. Gross family, Emil Bier- stedts, the Fred Haacks, the C. M. Umsteds, William Murrays, the Leo Schmidts, and the James Wadsworths. Fischer Reunion Held Sunday- Attending a Fischer reunion at West Bend Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer, a son, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Priebe, the Robert Eichenbergers, (Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Klinkline, a daughter, and Fred Bulvan, Des Moines, Mrs. Otto Voight, Taopi, Minn., and two sons. visiting Ersel's Sones. sister, Mrs. John Esther and Violet Larson, of Decorah, came Saturday to visit their sister, Mrs. Arthur Priebe. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Marlow, of Zell, S. D., are at the .latter's parental S. B. Bates home. Mrs. E. M. Jensen and her children attended an Osher gathering Friday at Interlaken. will the coming year. Miss Price is a normal training H. S. graduate who has completed two years of college work at the I. S. T..C., where she is majoring In public school music. Edward G. Elam, Van Wert, who was elected to the same position last spring, asked to be released because he and his wife secured more remunerative jobs. Mrs. Ada Mitchell, Tracy Calif- Mrs. John Riebhoff, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Donovan, of Wesley, visited at Frank Riebhoff s last Thursday. Mrs. Mitchell was reared in Algona as Ada Adams, and she once taught the Dist. No. i (Sarchet) school. She married Henry Riebhoff, and they lived for a while on the Riebhotf farm, now owned by Frank Riebhoff. They went from here to Detroit, Minn., in 1899, and later moved to California. She came east with her son Edgar and her daughter Agnes and the latter's husband, who were en route to Chicago and Ohio respectively. The party will meet again at Detroit, Minn., for the homeward Journey. Mrs. Mitchell lias been twice widowed, and now lives with her son. A. B. Schenck and M. K. Sperry, Renwick, left Saturday night for Chicago to attend the Century of Progress exposition. Mr. Sperry is •superintendent of schools at Renwick, and he served in a similar capacity at iLone Rock and at Ledyard before going to Renwick. Mr. Sperry and Mrs. Schenck were reared at Fayette. A. A. Krueger attended a Standard Oil meeting at last week Tuesday. Emmetsburg Thelma Keene, Whittemore, employed at A. B. Schenck's, spent the week-end at home. Healthiest Club Girl Named— Cleo Hobson and Muriel Long went to Burt last week Wednesday to take an examination for healthiest girl in the Burt Lively League. Muriel scored 96.8, and will represent the club at this week Thursday's county Achievement day. She scored 99 per cent. Advance Office The News At Ledyard JANE. WHY DO YOU ALLANS EAT LUNCH HERE? BECAUSE THEV SERVE. THE BEST DESSEPCTS itfTOWM -AND.. ^ggSTOFALLlSTHEIR iCECREAM. We make good ice crearn. We superintend every ingredient that goes to make it. We are in a position to guarantee it for purity . . . richness . . . fresh fruit flavors .... the finest vanilla and cocoa bean extracts. Take home ice cream _ America's greatest dessert. Ask for Taylor Made Betty Marlow 11; Party- Betty Marlow entertained a group of girls in honor of her llth birthday last Thursday. Attending: Lucille Rath, Grace Newbrough, Ruth Whltehill, Viola Sprank, Doris Sanders, Mary Ann Flaig, Marian Jensen, Clara Bierle, and Dorothy Hobson. Mite Society Has Program— The Mite society met last Thursday at Mrs. Watson Shick's. Mrs. H. W. Hobson conducted a contest called Penny Wise, and Mrs. W. C. Heiter read a paper on Yesterday and Tomorrow. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Eugene Hofius. lone Rocker's Brother Killed— ' Mr. Kracht, son Woodrow, and Jay Godden left last week Monday for Evansville, Ind., to attend the funeral of a brother of Mr. Kracht who was killed in an accident. They returned Friday. Blerstedt Brother-in-Law Dead— The E. C. and William 'Bierstedts attended the funeral of the men's brother-in-law, Norman Barda, Estherville, Sunday. Harvest Hands to N. !>.— Glenn Householder and three boy friends left Sunday to work in harvest fields near Dresden, N. D. Genevieve Kitley, of Hardy, Har- ] old Granner and Mrs. Cecil Peterson left Friday for Chicago to attend the world's fair. Cleo Looft, second daughter of the Ed Loofts, had her tonsils and adenoids removed by Doctor Devine last week Tuesday. The D. A. Carpenters were in Blue Earth last week Wednesday. Mrs. Carpenter was having dental work done. Many from here attended the Legion celebration at Swea City last week Wednesday and Thursday. The Methodist Aid met with Mrs. D. A. Carpenter Thursday. A quilt, 'the improved nine patch," was started and tentative plans made for a guest day. Frank Wiemer, of the Okobojis, left Friday to spend the week-end at Redding. Mrs. John Tillmoney accompanied them as far as Ames after a two weeks visit at J. W Hartshorn's. Frank Wiemer, of the Okobojis came last week Tuesday and re ;urned Friday. W. B. Mason, Jennie and Mona Mason, of Lu Verne, James Boyd Angeles, and Mrs. Zweifel, Cor with, and Cecil and Beverly wer dinner guests at George Thomp son's Friday. In the evening they picnicked at Interlaken. EARL STEVEN, SEXTON, BRIDE OF JWOOD MAN Sexton, Aug. 8—Pearl Ann, only aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, and Evert IL. Hodgin, son f Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Hodgin, of ludd, were married at the home of he bride's parents, last week Vednesday at 8 p. m. by the Rev. C. McNulty, Wesley. The couple were attended by Libbie Hodgin, sister of the bridegroom, and Leo Steven, brother of he bride. The bride wore a shell pink crepe ankle length gown, with a dotted net Jacket, and her attendant wore an ankle length frock of pale blue. Dorothy Shatzer, Marble Rock, niece of the groom, was flower girl. Louise Ahrenkiel; Goodell, played Mendelssohn's wedding march as the bridal party took places behind a bank of flowers. Valeria Pickett, Algona 1 , sang, 0 Promise Me, and Mrs. Dorothy Steven, Burt, sang—I Love You Truly, accompanied by Aline Martinek. Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served. The bridal table was decorated with pink, TSoSfYOU ARE, JANE. THIS IS THE. MOST DEUGHTFUL CREAM I'VE EVER. TASTED Other Lone Bock. The Lee Andersons, Clarissa, Minn., visited at Fred'k Schultz's last week Monday, and Mrs. Schultz's sister, Mrs. Schultz, Elmore, and the Charles latter's daughter, Mrs. Rodney Brandt, De Smet, S. D., were there last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and their son Gordon drove to Glidden last week Wednesday to visit Mr. Blanchard's sister, Mrs. J. M. Hulburt. They also attended a Burt-Le Mars Junior League ball game at Rockwell City. Oleinhold Klinkline and his father-in-law, Fred Bulvan, of Des Moines, motored here Sunday and J Fred Rasmussens, of Renwick, spent Sunday at N. A. Pingel's. The two women are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Mayer were in Swea City Friday on business. The V. A. Barretts returned Thursday evening from Chester, and went back Sunday to help care for Mr. Barrett's mother, who is still very ill. Mrs. Hazel Jenks, of Bancroft, and Mrs. Bert Holly, of Fort Dodge, were here last Thursday calling on friends. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Locke, of Humboldt, visited at Supt. Hammond's Friday. Mrs. Ernest Jorgenson, of Elmore, and two children came Friday for a few days at the parental Albert Barnes home. The Walter Winklemans, of Buffalo Center, were Sunday guests at Glenn Yahnke's. The women are sisters. Leon Worden> and Asa Warner came from iLarchwood Saturday night to spend the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Worden and Harvey drove to Oxford Sunday to see his sister, Mrs. Miller, who is critically ill. white and blue streamers, and was centered with a large heart-shaped four layer cake. The tride is a graduate of Algona high school and Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and •has taught at the Titonka and Rudd high schools. The groom was graduated from Greene high school and Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and is now athletic coach in ;the Inwood high school. After a wedding trip to the world's fair, Chicago, | the couple will be at home at In- •ood. the former's wife and daughter, who had been at William Fisher's and George Pettit's a week, went home with them. The W. C. iLeepers, the Henry USED CARS AT BARGAIN PRICES When we say bargain we mean it. We sold 12 used cars last week. This alone should be proof enough. 1932 Chevrolet Coach 1932 Ford 4-cyl. coupe 1931 Ford Sedan 1928 Erskine Coach 1927 Chrysler Coupe —TERMS— KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 431 AUTHOHIZED Algona, lows Rahns, and Harold Gross drove to Rockwell City last Thursday to see a Burt-Le Mars Junior League ball game. The Leeper son Roy plays on the Burt iteam. Mrs. F. W. Englund, Muscatine, and her daughter Margaret came Sunday to visit the former's sister, Mrs. >E. M. Jensen. Another sister, Mrs. R. W. Schooley, Caldwell, N. J., was there Friday. Mrs. James Ackerman and Anna Flaig spent last week Wednesday at their sister Mrs. J. G. Burt's, Armstrong, and Donald Ackerman, who had been visiting there, came home with them. Cleo and William Hobson accompanied their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hobson, Burt, to New Providence last Thursday to visit relatives and attend a Johnson reunion Sunday. Mrs. Oscar Earing and Mrs. Ben Seegebarth have returned 'from Campus, 111., where they visited relatives. Mrs. Earl Earing and her son Clarence came with them for a visit. Jack Quinn drove to Pipestone, Minn., Saturday evening, and his family, which had been visiting Mrs. Quinn's father three weeks, came home with him Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Meyers, of Corwith, and her niece, Florence Reed, spent last week Wednesday at William Krause's, and Florence remained lor a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zoller, Nor» Springs, daughter Jeannette, and a niece and nephew from Lakota spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Sperry and children, of Renwick, were Sunday guests at D. A. Carpenter's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reece and Joan, and Mrs. Gladys, Pugsley, and children, of Des Moines, and Luraetta and Lila Reece, who have been visiting there, came Sunday to help their father, P. W. Reece, celebrate his birthday. Murial and Lumetta returned to iDes Moines with them Sunday evening, Alice Dunham, of Waterloo, came Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs D. B. Mayer. Jack Peterson, of Sanborn, came Friday to visit his brother Cecil. The R. J. Womacks, of Dolliver visited friends here last week Wednesday. John Makis, of Lakota, and Oli ver Marquis were in Algona las Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Loge, of El more, called at Gus Anderson' Saturday. Maxine Hardgrove returned t her home in Algona Saturday afte a ten day visit with her sister Mrs. L. C. Strand. pcnd Week-End at Lake— Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Mr. nd Mrs. John Pink, Titonka, the ,ou Boleneus family, Doan, and Ir. and Mrs. Henry Hawley and aughter, Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, nd Constance Joy, Mason City, en- oyed a week-end party at the Saners cottage at Clear Lake. Farm Buildings Repaired— The Sexton lumberyard, operated iy George Aman, was busy last veek unloading two cars of coal, wo cars of lumber, a car of shingles, and one of sand. Some new umber went for repairs on the Wm. Altwegg farm, and the former Sparks farm in Plum Creek. Navy Beans 3lbs. P( B, Cut Rate GROCERY 1st Door west of Swift's Prices are steadily mounting and ft big advance on all groceries will „ soon, due to the new labor code. Take advantage of these prices which] vail at this store from I FRIDAY AUGUST 11TH TO SATURDAY AUGUST || FinilB. ROSE S1.35W $1.48 VINEGAR Pure cider, 97 f* gal fciv 2 Ibs. CRACKERS ... 23C 2.1b. jar_. PRESERVES -19C MATCHES 6 boxes for :. 21 c MlM A4 Minneapolis $], CAKE FLOUR Airy Fairy.— 17c COFFEE Old Fashioned 1 pound ._...._-____ 3 .pound .___._..: WONDER Vaccum Packed - Lbi - 17c 48c 23c Large TOBAM Prince Albert, L Velvet .1 VANIL1 8 oz. imitation J JAR LIDS MASON IDOZ. 190 TOILET PAPER 3> The Emil Wieses visited las week at Adolph Weise's in La kota. The F. B. Auxiliary met with Blanche Jenks Friday, with Mesdames Zielske, Pingle, and Moulton assisting. Mrs. J. H. Hoi- combe gave an entertaining reading, and lunch was served. The next meeting will toe with Mrs. Holcomb, August 11, and the H. D. A. will give a lesson on, "Up to date House Cleaning." There will be a general Farm Bureau meeting Friday evening at Nelgho Bush- Mrs. Fred'k Schultz. A. W. Lampe, Ventura, drove here last week Monday evening, and his wife, who bad fceen visiting the parental Richard Longs, went home with Wso. "•-"" " •' Wallace Wireshintr Crew Has Party— The Sanders-Brophy threshing crew and families were entertained at an Ice cream party Friday night at James Brophy's. About 40 were in attendance. The crew finished threshing that afternoon. Other Sexton News. Mrs. G. B. Wise, daughters, Mrs. Drusilla Noble, and son Herman, and Fern Waulkin, Box Elder, S. D., spent Sunday at Mack Wise's, near Mason City. The latter had been visiting at Wise's, since Wednesday, and Sunday went to Corwith to visit friends before returning home, Mrs. Henry Hawley and her granddaughter, Constance Joy De Wilde, returned to Mason City Sunday after a week at the B. E. Sanders home at the Lou Boleneus home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gollner purchased a new Chevrolet coach in Algona Monday. They plan to leave Friday for Michigan to visit relatives for a few weeks. Alberta Grosenbach returned Sunday from Elmore, where she spent last week with Mrs. Otto Richter, lormerly Mary Adams, of Algona. Herman Wise and Richard and Bernard Miller returned Friday Le Roy Busch had his tonsils and adenoids removed Jast week Tuesday by Dr. Devlne at Bancroft. The W. F. M. S. will entertain the Mystery Daughters, their mothers, and the King's Herald girls at a party at the church Friday atter- fl,opfl, 4ft4?ri°B flatted fels j»»i> from Chicago, where they had spent a week at the world's fair. Neva Olsen, Marie Harris, Leo Steven and Milton Giddings left Sunday tor Chicago to attend the world's fair this week. Lois and Bernard Miller left Tuesday morning for Sioux City to spend a few days with their sister, Mrs. Philip Thornton. 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Jt must be an all-round better buy. And that's exactly what Chevrolet offers you, Fisher bodies with the new ventUation system and the strongest and quietest body construction of the day— solid steel over a sturdy hardwood Cushion-Balanced tionY, , full of snap.ana altogether the most efficient in the low-price fiwo Then there's tanJSelector.long.para^y springs-more advan«men» we have tpace Chevrolet prices are Don't any other CWVKOMtTpOTORCO. /CHEVROLET A 9INIBAI MQT9M KOHLHAAS B ROS, DU tr i b u I

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