Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1933 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1933
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f AGE EIGHT £0000$ $<mnfg THURSDAY, WASHER PRICES HARDWARE SWAMPED BY STOVE^ CIRCUS L. J. Nelson, of the Nelson hardware, had expected reasonable response to his "stove circus" advertising last week, but the result was far beyond expectations. Prom morning till late at night the store was thronged with • a crowd so dense that it was difficult to work through it. One thousand balloons, 700 sacks of peanuts, BO paper caps, and '50 pounds of candy kisses were given iway to children. Coffee and hot biscuits were served to adults, but the cooks, Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. C. F. Nolte, had to work so fast that they could make no count of the hundreds who were served. Sixty-four children registered to solve a big jigsaw puzzle in a front window, but only about 20 had a chance to work on it. There were 120 pieces, and the highest number placed was 64. Dorothy Dailey and Wesley Smith tied at that figure. Dorothy got a pair of roller skates, Wesley all the each. Methodist S. 8. Classes Meet— Among organized classes of the Methodist Sunday school which have monthly social programs are the Homebuilders class and the Centenary class. (Both are mixed classes, the former composed of a young married group of 60 members, the latter having iboth young and middle-aged married people and an enrollment of more than 100. The Homebuilders met at church Friday evening with a flashlight lantern, and rest an automatic pencil The Maytag always has been —always will be a fine wash, er. But you may never again be offered Maytag quality at today's low prices. It is the soundest economy to buy S >ur Maytag now. • Visit the aytag showroom. Choose your washer at today's prices. The Maytag Company Mar lauded IMS _ NEWTON, IOWA v 10-34.13 Bjust roms Phone 52O 213 E. State street, Algona LOW PRICES ON ALL MAVTAGS EQUIPPED WITH GASOLINE MULTI-MOTOR Lux Soap Sale Long's Food Shop Lux toilet soap, 3 for 20c Large Rinso 21c Lux, large size 23c Life Buoy Soap, 3 for 20c Bring us your coupons. "" r: SNAPS Gold Medal Pastry Flour 29c Yeast Foam, pkg. 7c The whole event was handled by the regular store force, assisted by Mesdames Nelson and Nolte, also by the Nelson daughter Margaret. 'Five stoves were sold -and 76 prospects registered. ROBT, GERMAN, TITONKA, IS DEAD INJ1ST YEAR Titonka, Sept. 19—^Funeral services were held at the Methodist church last Thursday in charge of the Rev. Fremont Faul, pastor, for Robert German, 71, who died at his home last week Tuesday. When Mr. German was a young man he settled in De Witt county, 111., where, on October 17, 1907, he was married to Lulu Du Bois, who, with a daughter, Mrs. 'Robert Owens, Clarion, and a son Robert, at home, survives. Another daughter, Mrs. Floyd Kiebsamen, is dead. The family settled on a farm near Titonka in 1920, but in 1929 moved to a Hancock county farm where Mr. German died. Surviving brothers and sisters are Joseph and William, Mrs. Sarah Holden, and Mrs. Rebecca Walters, all of Shelibyville, Ind., and Mrs. Foster Holden, Franklin, Ind. Mr. German was member of a church at Decatur, 111. MRS. S. M, JOHNSON, OF SWEA CITY, DIES AT 90 iSwea City, Sept. 19—Mrs. S. M. Johnson died at her home a week ago Monday evening. Mrs. son, the oldest resident of John- Swea Specials! Sweet Potatoes, 8 Ibs. 25c Fresh Fig Bars Fresh Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs. 25c Macaroni, 5 pkgs. 25c Super Suds, per pkg. 9c 2 cans of Sani Flush ___45c 1 box of Water Softener Free Peas, No. 2 can lOc Minute Tapioca, 2 pkgs. 28c We will redeem your Free Soap Coupons. Bushel Peat's for canning. Complete line of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, and Home Killed Meats. ] ; Top price for eggs. H, R, SORENSEN & COMPANY Phones 138 and 189 We deliver. Feed Grinding! I have taken over the Carl P. Krug portable feed grinder, and am prepared to execute orders. HOWARD FINES •- Phone 250, Algona City, celebrated her 90th birthday March 31 this year. She was born in Smaland, Sweden, and there married Mr. Johnson December 3, 1SG5. Mr. Johnson came to America in 18 SO, and she followed in 1881. Much of her life since coming to America was spent in Eagle township. She is survived by four daughters: Mrs. Chas. Laudine, of Sherburn, Minn.; Selma Johnson, of Minneapolis; Mrs. Anna Larson, and Mrs. Oscar Berggren, and one son, Myron Johnson, all of Swea City. iHer husband and one daughter preceded her in death. Funeral services were held in the Immanuel Lutheran church Friday by the Rev. Raymond Swanson, and burial was made in the Lutheran cemetery in Swea township. T. H. Wadsworth has received news of the death Saturday of his sister, Union Mrs. Charles E. Meredith, Grove, Wis. Funeral services were held yesterday, but Mr. Wadsworth was unable to attend. Mr. Wadsworth is now the last of his parents' family. the 50 present. The event opened with lunch at 7, followed by singing, games, and a series of 3-minute extemporaneous speeches on phases of church support. Burdette Agard was awarded a copy o£ "What I Owe to Christ," by Andrews, for the best speech. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. Arthur Helberg; vice, Russell Maxwell; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. P. A. Danson; organist, Mrs. Henry Johannsen. The- social committee is com•posed of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard, and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Carney; the membership committee: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. •Leslie Samp, and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ringgenberg; the flower committee: Mrs. Florence (BJustrom and Mrs. Peter Waldron. 'Social meetings are held at the church the third Friday evening in each month. The Centenary class met at the church Monday evening with 70 present, and .lunch was served by Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson's committee. Mrs. Genevieve Genrich conducted a short service of song and then turned the meeting over to Albin Spongberg, who had charge of the program. Elsie Cady gave two musical numbers; Mrs. W. A. Foster gave a brief history of the class; Mrs. C. K. Clark spoke on The Funniest Things I Have Heard Children Say; Mrs. Albert Grosenbach on The Funniest Things I Have 'Seen Children Do; C. H. Klamp, The Funniest Thing That Has Happened to Me; Mr. Foster on The Funniest Thing at the World's Fair; and Mrs. A. A. Bishop on Funny Gossip. The Rev. C. V. Hulse gave one of Uncle Josh's humorous readings, and E. A. Genrich sang "Oh Goodness." Union Club Opens New Tear— The Union Mothers and Daughters club held its first meeting this year at Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson's Friday; Mrs. Mae Etherington, assisting hostess. The program included payment of dues, a reading of the constitution, and a paper, "Jills of All Trades," by Mrs. Ben Winkie. The programs for the current year were prepared by Mrs. H. E. Ward, Mrs. A. H. Wood, Mrs. Cora Reid, and Mrs. W. J. 'Bourne. They are bound in blue, with cover printed in gold, the club color. Besides the year's program, a list of past and present officers, a list of members, the club song, a "collect" for club women, and the club motto are given. Club officers are: Mrs. Earl Taylor, president; Mesdames Jacob Smith, W. C. Nelson, Erma Harvey, vice presidents; Mrs. Ward, secretary; Mrs. Frank Hofius, assistant secretary; Mrs. H. J. Bacon, treasurer; and Mrs. iPresley Sarchet, corresponding secretary. Other members are the Mesdames Kate Annis,' C. H. 'Bailey, Mary Bennett, Louis Bode, Leonard Cruikshanfc, Frank Cruikshank, Julia Dearchs, Claude Dearchs, Lou De Graw, Otto Engstrom, Mame Hofius, Frank Hofius, Laura Hohenstein, Alfred Jergenson, Mary Keefe, Bert Marlow, Harold Patterson, Cora Reid, Lizzie Salisbury, iRoy Sarchet, Sadie Schenck, Alfred Schenck, Mayme Steinman, 60 Years Wed AND MRS. Chris Wibben, of Fenton, will observe their 60th wedding anniversary November 11. They have eight children, 19 grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren. the high score at bridge, and Carrie Wernert the travel prize. The hostesses concluded their series of parties with a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday, when Mrs. 'W. F. Walker won the high bridge . score, and Mrs. 'Dorothy Southgate- Thorpe, Seattle, Wash., a travel prize. Country Club Evening Party— Contract bridge was played at eight tables at a Country club party at the clubhouse Tuesday evening, following 6:30 dinner. The high scores were won by the Mesdames Jos. Greenberg, J. L. Bonar, F. L. Twogood, R. W. Horigan, C. V. Hull, and by Dr. P. V. Janse, W. B. Quarton, Mr. OBonar, and Mr. Horigan. The committee in charge consisted of Drs. and Mesdames 'L. C. Nugent, C. H. Cretzmeyer, and W. T. Peters, Burt, and Messr. and Mesdames M. G. Norton and T. H. Chrischilles. The last of the series of summer afternoon parties will take place next Tuesday, with Mesdames P. V. Janse, H. R. Cowan, and A. H. Borchardt as hostesses. Plum Creek Club Meets— The Plum Creek Social & Literary club met at Mrs. Lela Gardner's last week Wednesday; Mrs. Lora Raney, assisting hostess. Roll call was answered with current events. A paper, Business of Being a Good Club Woman, was read by Ethel Johnson, and a round table discussion of the subject was led by Mrs. Laura Keen. Twenty members and 12 visitors attended, and lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be an evening party at the Legion hall', Algona, Wednesday, September '27. There will be a program, followed by stunts and games. T. B. Seal Heads Named- Mrs. J. W. Little was appointed county chairman of the annual Tu- jerculosis Seal drive, and Mrs. Adrian Burmeister was chosen local chairman, at a meeting at the- home of Mrs. O. D. Monlux Monday. Mrs. C. E. Barnes, Garner, field worker, attended. Mrs. Monlux is president of the P. T. A., which will sponsor the drive. A luncheon for city and township chairmen will be given next Wednesday, at which time instructions will be given and supplies furnished. Club Meots at Whittemore— (Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, entertained the Algona Child Study club Tuesday. The year's program was discussed, and light refreshments were served. Mrs. B. P. 'Richardson is president of the organization; Mrs. O. W. Stillman, secretary; Mrs. W. D. Andrews, corresponding secretary. Among others attending were Mesdames Otto B. Laing, D. E. Dewel, H. D. Hutchins, H. W. Pletch, and Bert Deal, , W. F, M. S. Officers Elected— Officers were elected;at a meeting of the Methodist W. F. M. S. at Mrs. W. S. Windell's last Thursday: Mrs. A. A. Bishop, president; Mrs. G. L. Vohs and Mrs. F. W. Green, vice presidents; Mrs. Anna March, treasurer; Mrs. C. W..Davenport, recording secretary; Mrs. W. C. Messenger, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. H. V. Hull, leader of Standard Beraers. Fair at llanisey 1 Cliurch— The Young People's club of the Ramsey Reformed church, north of Titonka, held a fair on the church grounds last week Wednesday evening, and despite 'bad weather conditions a large crowd attended. All concessions did a big business, especially the refreshments stand. Free acts, a beauty contest, and fireworks topped off the evening to a successful finish. Little Girl Has Birthday- Mr, and Mrs. Paul !L. Richardson 'entertained (Friday evening in honor of their daughter Phyllis Ann's first birthday. Games were followed by refreshments. Guests were the Clark Goddens and Kenneth Strayers, Burt, and the W. A. Richardsons and E. M. Richardsons and E. M. Richardsons and the Clarence Woods family, Algona. Want Ads EXPERIENCED GIRL WANTS housework.—Call Advance. 6p2 WANTED—MARRIED MAN FOR work on farm. Call 1F12. 9p2 WANTED—'LARGE SIZE BABY bed—Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Titonka. 9p2 FOR SAILE—MY CHOICE HERD Of purebred' Holstein cows. Koestler, Burt, la. - Wm. 14pl-2 SHETLAND PONY FOR iSA r LE. — Vincent Isaacson, Kossuth hospital. Phone 677. 10u2 Ralph, 8-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Hagg, Algona, suffered a broken right elbow last D „ Troutnian c f v v n <™i week Wednesday, when he fellfrom ? ne ^ w™!?™;,^ ,£„ ^^ a slide at the Bryant school. The fracture is healing, but it may result in a stiff elbow. *Organization of a bowlers league for contests in the Hub bowling basement during the winter is planned, and W. A. Barry asks interested bowlers to register soon, in order that teams may be riiosen. COURT (Continued from page 1.) let the work be done. Christ asked a temporary injunction against Laabs, and it was granted. Van Ness & Stilhnan appear for Christ. Auto Damage Case Filed. August Strom, Algona, Woodman representative, is defendant in a $10,000 automobile damage suit brought by Mrs. Louise Decker, wife of Nick Decker, southeast of Algona. Plaintiff claims that she suffered severe and permanent injuries last May, when as she was riding in a Nash with her husband, going north on the Prairie-Irvington line, the defendant, in a Chevrolet going south at 60 miles, struck the Decker car, which landed in the ditch. W. B. Bedell, of Spirit Lake, former Irvington boy, is Mrs. Decker's lawyer. John Cole has brought suit against Charles Newell, Fenton, for $444.54. Cole says that in 1930 Newell, who ran the Home Oil company station at Fenton, hired him to run a tank wagon and agreed to pay him l%c for each gallon of gas delivered, 4c for oil, and a cent a pound for grease. Part of the account was paid. P. J. Kennedy, Estherville, is Cole's attorney. , Eight Men in Jail. Eight men in jail in default of bonds await grand jury action: Henry Cresco, charged with grand larceny; Thps. Loeb, Swea City, charged with concealing stolen property; Glenn Burgess, of Fairmont, grand larceny; Fred Beitz, Ledyard, robbery with aggravation; George Lappe, Bancroft-d-ia- kota, breaking Jail; Merle Cooper, Ledyard, robbery with aggravation; Victor Tripp, Algona, rape; Chester Johnson, late of Spencer, formerly Bancroft, forgery. Jacob Winkel, Rudolph Will, Frances Gould, Erma Harvey, Elizabeth Kohl, Louisa MoNutt, Veda McArthur, and Anna Zanke. Woman's Club Studies Iowa— ilowa will be the subject of study by the Algona Woman's Club during the club year, which opens with a guest day dinner and program at the Masonic hall at 6:30 tomorrow night. Officers of the club are: Mrs. W. C. iDewel, president; C. A. Samson, and Mrs. V. H. Coffin, vice- presidents; Mrs. Glen Raney, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lura M. Sanders, treasurer; Mrs. F. P. Klahr, historian. The program, prepared by a committee consisting of Mrs. Coffin, Mrs. Sanders, and Ella P. Thompson, deals with various aspects of the state. Meetings of the club are held twice monthly. Other members are Mesdames 'L, G. Baker, A. A. Bishop, J. T. Chrischilles, T. H. Chrischilles, C. T. Chubb, H. R. Cowan, R. A. Evans, W. A. Foster, Walter Fraser, W. H. Godden, Albert Granzow, F. W. Green, May Harrington, H. V. Hull, P. V. Janse, Alfred Jergenson, L. W. Keith. Mesdames A. E. Kresensky, Clare Lewis. E. W. Lusby, Lettie Mawdsley, A. E. Michel, C. A. Momyer, D. D. Monlox, B. P. Richardson, E. R. Rising, George St. John, F. E. Sanders, E. A. Schemel, C. H. Taylor, C. (H. Williams, and H. E. Woodward. Carrie and Margeret Durant, Mamie Gilbride, and Mary Kain. Four Bridge Parties GiTen— Ella Thompson and Mrs. Lura Sanders entertained at one o'clock luncheon last week Wednesday. The guests were seated at five tables centered with blue and yellow flowers. Mrs. L. C. Nugent won high score at auction and Mrs. M. G. Norton won the travel prize. Miss Thompson and Mrs. Sanders entertained again at five tables Friday afternoon, and one o'clock luncheon was followed by 'bridge, Mrs. R. W. Horigan winning the high score, Mrs. H. L. Gilmore the travel prize. Miss Thompson and Mrs. Banders entertained at '6:30 dinner! Monday evening, the guests were, seated at five small tables decorat-1 ed in yellow. Mrs. H. E. Hist won FOR SALE—Clean Cobs. Reasonable prices, delivered. — Robert Loss, phone 20F31. 10p2 S. F. BAKER & CO., KEOKUK, Iowa, can place reliable man with car in Kossuth county. Write today. 17pl-2-3 DUROC HOG MEN, BUY YOUR male hog now, save $5.00, good healthy herd, immune, $8.00 up.—A. C. Carlisle, 3-4 mile east Whittemore. 21p2-3 FOR SAOjE-^BRAlND NEW BELL City corn-picker at less than half price. Mounts on MoCormick Deering 10-i20 tractor.—James Brophy, Sexton. 20p2 FOR SALE—ONE WOOD AND coal circulating heater, new; also one used coal circulating heater. Will consider trade for wood. — W. J. Sigsbee, Dairy Food Store. 25ul-2 ZIZ Z-Z-Z! 'Bang! Clackety, clack! Mumble! No reception — just static. New "B" 'batteries or tubes are needed. Reg. 45 volt "B" batteries, 95c. Tubes 45c up. — <JanVble Stores.___ _ 28-2 FOR SALE UNDER COURT OR- der, quarter-section near Lu Verne. Good buildings, possession March 1. Court has ordered immediate sale.— JL. E. Beer and E. J. I ALUMNI |< __ . (Continued from page 1.) local high school's chances this year, and he predicted a favorable season. He has the material, he said, to work with and can build a strong team. Last year he was seriously handicapped by lack of mat- erial? Coach Mercer said that by next fall one of Algona's strongest teams will be able to enter the lists. ;Dr. C. H. Cretzhieyer and Judge Quarton spoke briefly, the latter expressing a hope that the alumni would become as interested in the cultural and educational side of the university as they are in the athletic' side. Mr. Linnan ap Dn ,. f ., rington chairman ^ l for the next alumni"' During the dinner, university songs *.,. companied by T T w piano. The meeting J?, n a pep yell led by nl"! who- was one of L, T^l at the university school. >orr it can be seenl A DRAMATIC PORTRAYAL OF THE WORLD WAR IN - Every picture a short story In Itaeltt ICTURES W IPIHI'i.1 ISJ lEBllSs I I *• jfe*1 m!""? More than 400 actual war scenes from the sensational book The First World War HERE IS THE WAR ... an authentic, uncensored picture history . . . presented in chronological order . . . from the deep-rooted cause to the terrible aftermath. Every picture a true story told by the unerring camera's eye. The book has token the country by storm ... a big seller! Now every lowan can see these pictures FREE In The Des Molnes Sunday Register. Appearing now in A $3.50 book ... presenM, in a special 4-page phpjt gravure section. ' '''"'' one* . McGrath, Referees, Eagle Iowa. Grove, 28ul-2 RESPONSIBLE PARTY can have choice of fine player or upright in Algona hy only paying remaining due in small payments. Wonderful opportunity to get a good piano at low cost.—Address Resale Agent, 'P. O. Box 195, Chicago, 111. 39u2-3 If You Are Going To need a new Range or Heater this fall you will save by buying now, as prices are boing higher and may newer be as low again. to be; Don't forget the drawing Saturday evening. Come aad see if you are the lucky one. Nelson Hardware Algona, Iowa Pointed Facts from the "DEPENDON" GROCERY We give you the finest foods. These foods give you the greater dollar-and-cent health and happiness food values. Isn't that Economy? And with our phone and delivery service we bring these good things; we bring the store to your door—instead of loading you with bundles at the counter. What's more precious than your time and energy? So much for "Richelieu", "Pure Quill," and "Baby Stuart" groceries—all at Akre's Phones 290-291 113 So. Dodge The first pictures appeared last Sunday. Order The Sunday Rentier now and you'll U given the first werk'g pictures FREE. ( - «r i » • / ™ rder your C01>y now from "H* * f ttese Algona carriers or dealers. Sunday Register Dealers. Sunday Register Carrier Salesmen Donald Akre Kenneth Durant - - Robert Conklin Howard Medin Clarence Devine Robert Nolte Clark Redfield Bob Wray L. W. Gillespie If. D. James Sorcnsen Drug William Devine Quinten Dodds Le Roy Daris Frank Green Jr. Orval Haines Harry Hull Jr. Tincent Isaacson Arest Patrick Me! Fernley Lyle ralmer Dick Sjogiw Eujrene IPIHII IIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllH in THANKS We thank all those friends who have helped during the busy months since Congress passed the Emergency Farm Mortg Act, May 12, 1933. Without knowing all of them, it has come to our knowledge that a great nu,, folks have aided this office as, well as those inquiring where to find us, by directing people to us. ' We Thank You!! PTTRT rn XTAH^™ "" ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION IS *« PUBLIC NATURE, and the public, especially farmers and farm-owners, are i.«jl to stop m.to see us any time we can be of service to you. ' ?™ Qne V^ Ca u i0n 'If 7 1 ~ 2 E> State Street) over the Hub Recreation Parlor, Iowa. Telephone 205-W. Kossuth County Headquarters for Federal Land Bank Loans and Land Bank Commissioner Loans Join a young association, close to home, whose members are not "over-1 BE SURE YOU ARE JOINING The Algona National Farm Loan Assa H. D. HUTCHINS, Secretary-Treasur| Federal Land Bank Bonds Guaranteed 4 per cent Federal Land Bank Bonds will*) Place your orders wltt us now, so we can advise Washington how ^ . . , l^!, 1 ; 6 *** 1 LaUd Bank 4>s> rather than ^tal Savings WLTOrjJL t any time Order Land Bank Bonds NOW! Algona National Farm Loan Associatii ALGONA, IOWA

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