Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1933
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2, 1933. xlra! Extra s extension of de- J£fon prices, lowest 15 years, except cot- goods on account of i-tax on wool. HALLOWEEN IS OBSERVED AT PARTUTLR, Lone Rock, Oct. 31-JDelina Rogers gave a party at home Friday evening. Guests were Margaret and Robert Gladstone, Lois, Ruth, and Sara WhitehiH, Eugene. Harold, and Lillian Angus, James Hall Esther, Gerald, and Ellwyn Godden, Julian, Amy, Ody, Myrtle, and' iRuby Choi-land, Raymond, Melvin, and Lucille Nelson, Cleo and William Hohson, Vcrnon Hollister 'Leon Larson, Verne and Dorothy iDacken, Tommy Long, Muriel and Marvin Ackerson, Eugene Blanchard, Grace Newhrough, Shirley ROSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, fOWA PAGE Two Catholic Holy Days Are Observed at St. Joe Church SI. Joe, Oct. 1— This week Wed- nr-sclay, will 1, ( , observed by this parish with masses at 8 and .10 o'clock i n st. Joseph's church. Wed- nesdny Is All Saints Dny, a Catholic, holy day of obligation. Thurs- 'l;iy i.s All Souls dav aiitl masses will bo ut 7 ami », ...nd a third mass Immediately following the second. Ther c Is no school in the parochial school here Wednesday. Friday night at school district No. 6. north of here. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs ..Tohn Becker, daughter Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thil gos, son Junior, Mr. and Mrs. Jos Faber, daughters Edna and Nina Theodore Faber, and Edw. Dur woody visited Sunday afternoon at John Faber's. near West Bend. Johr Marlow, and Samuel anil Orvick. Myrtle Hats All the new hats $2.50 Entire new stock of Suits at 15.00, $18.00, $20.00 while we have sizes. Reorders $5.00 more. To Dry. for Machines — around St. Joe report that October was an Ideal month for corn picking-, although the past week or s 0 It has been so dry that those owning corn picking machines could not them. The majority Faber and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thll- ges and their son .Junior were Sun- ay evening visitors at the J. P. riillges^'home, Algona. The A. C. Holtzbauors, of Algon- na, and Leo Hammer, of Alexandria, Minn.,, spent Sunday at John Daughter of Mrs. Quest Dies Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing accompanied by Mrs. Thomas Guest and son Ellis, Bancroft, drove to Campus, 111., a week ago Tuesday and attended the funeral of Mrs. Earl Earing Thursday. Mrs. E. Earing is a.daughter of Mrs. Guest, and a sister-in-law of Oscar Earing. They returned Saturday morning. Junior, play Tomorrow Night— The Junior class play, Sound Your iHorn, will be presented this (Friday evening at the high school auditorium. II. S. Library is Cataloged— The Junior high pupils have completed cataloging the high school library, which has 500 or 600 books Club Meets at Irvinpton— Larkin club members drove to 'Irvington last week Wednesday to meet with Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. Other Lone Rock. The first meeting this fall of the 'Sewing Circle took, place Friday evening at Mrs. Alex Krueger's. The club meets this week Thursday evening with Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. The Busy Friday club meets this (Friday with Mrs. Arthur Priebe, Mrs. H. J. Rice assisting. .Sunday guests at Glen Sharp's were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dempsey, her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast, all of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Alec Mos- ers and daughter Florence, of Qu Appelle, 'Saskatchewan, Canada. Mrs. E. M. Hawks, daughter Mrs Jessie Stebritz, her daughter Kath ryn; and Mrs. Melvin Hawks and two children spent Sunday afternoon at the Charles Hawks home, north of Seneca. Phyllis Hawks remained for a week's visit. The E. M. Jensens drove to of the farmers who own machine^ hav ( . set thorn aside and are hiring men to finish tho husking. A number have' finishing husking. To Iluve Kycs Treated— Peter J. Lenrtx was taken to Iowa City one day last week for medical treatment for his eyes. He had been suffering from Infection received by running a cornstalk In his eye while picking corn for Frank Zlemet. Former I'uslor in Visit — The Rev. Mathia-s stork and Aunt Gertrude Lengling, of Areadia spent Thursday and Friday here vl siting former friends. Father ' Stork Is a former pastor of St. Joseph's Crowd at Halloween Program— A large crowd attended a program Jammer's. Mr. and Mrs. Nick .Reding of Whlttemore spent Sunday after noon visiting Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mrs. George Becker and baby son Terome returned home Sunday from the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Several young men taking sub scriptlons for magazines were can vasslng here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Odell of Ban croft spent last week Thursday vl siting relatives here. Mrsj. Mike Wlltgen returned las week Thursday evening after sever weeks at Lu Ver.ne. Susan Frideres, attending schoo in Algona, spent Sunday with he sister, Rosalia. Irene Gelshecker, of near Rolfe spent the week-end at her parenta homo here. BANCROFTER'S GAR HITS GIRL; IS UNIN JURIED Bancroft, Oct. 31—An odd thing happened at Ben Lampe's, southeast o£ town, Monday morning. Mr. Ijampo went to the garage to get his car, and on the way noticed Eth- 1 nita, his 13-months daughter, gong to tho house. He hacked out lis car, and stopped to load h'.s sons vho attend St. John's school, and len saw Ethel Klta on the round in front of the car, his car laving passed completely over her. Mr. I/impe picked her up and car- led her to the house, but the car must not have touched her, ,for no >ruises could be found and the baby played the rest of the day, 'as usual. Mr. and Mrs. Lampe haye three sons and the one daughter. Mrs. ,T. Hatten returned Monday from Stacy villa, where she had spent several weeks with helv son 3d. who brought her home. Mrs. Ed. Hatten undei-wcnt a operation last month, and the eider Mr. Hat- Mrs. Emilie Mueller, Fenton, Dies; Lived There 55 Years ten was helping care for the children. Mary Mescher, who is helping u: the Hatten home now, is a niece of Ed. • Ten in liCBion-Aux Meet.— Legion Auxiliary members who Graettinger Friday evening to attend a birthday and farewell party for Mrs. Jensen's mother, Mrs. Osher, who left 'Saturday to spend the winter with a daughter in Mus- Fenton, Oct. 30— Mrs. Emilie Mueller, 73, died last week Tuesday at her daughter Mrs. Henry Uthof's. She was born in Germany February 25, 1855, and at lie came 1 to America with two brothers. She lived for a time in Chicago. ' • In 1873 the young woman was married to Ferdinand Mueller, and they lived a year in Brodhead, Wis., then at Algona till 1878, when they came to a farm one-half miles north of Fenton, still known as the Muel ler homestead. Mr. Mueller died in 1902. Thirteen children were born, but five are dead. Surviving are: William, Theodore, Louis, Ernest, Ferdinand, Mrs."paul Nemltz, Mrs. O. J. Borchardt, and Mrs. Uthof. There are 3G grandchildren and eight grea.t grandchildren. A sister Mrs. Gronau, lives at Chicago.' Funeral services were held Friday at the $t. John's Lutheran church, the Rev. R. W. Kabelltz officating, and burial was made in the Lotts Creek cemetery. Mrs. U.ronau, son Richard',"and daughter Margaret attended the funeral. catine. Charles Zoller, Lakota, spent the week-end with x Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz. Sunday his parents, the Carl Zollers, were guests there, Charles returning home with them. The Mite society met last Thursday with Mrs. Glenn Sharp. The next meeting will be with Mrs. William Krause, Mrs. Jay Godden assisting. Howard Blanchard and a friend George Hansel, drove from Clarion, and visited relatives here'Saturday. Howard teaches at Clarion. Supt. and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey attended a Kossuth county Schoolmaster's club meeting in Algona a week ago Monday evening. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, accompanied by Alice Glaus, Fenton, spent last Thursday at Wayne Richmond's at Armstrong. Irene Whibford, Muriel Long, and Pearl Wiener attended a pie social at the rural school taught by Mary Lynch Friday evening. Mrs. B. W. Donovan, of Algona, spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Lillie Thompson, and daugh- Suede Leather Sport Coats at $1.85, $5.85, 96.85 Lower than last year. No reorders. Navy all-wool zip. Imitation leather zip $9.95 Boys', $1.50 and up. Girl's Birthday is Observeck- Dorothy Gerhard was taken by surprise on her birthday anniversary last Thursday evening, when relatives and friends arrived to play 500 at four tables. The .high score was won by Mrs. W. V. Yager,-and low by Mrs. B..K. Johnson, for the women. M.'E. Otterness and Amos Flnnestrad won high and low respectively for the men. Other guests were E. K. Johnson,'W- V. YAger, Mrs. Amos Finnestrad, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener, Miss Bftrton, and A. H. Petersons, all Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Relmers, Rlngsted. L'Hers Family to Reunion— The John Ulfers family and Mrs. Ulfers nephew, LeRoy Powell, Mason City here last week, attended a family gathering at Mrs... Ulfers' parents Mr. and Mrs. William Green- iversity student, visited her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, early last week, going back last week Tuesday with the W. E. Stoebers who were Minneapolis business visitors. Mrs. S. W. Meyer entertained at four tables of bridge last week Monday night. The high prize was won by Mrs. O. H. Graham. Agnes Goetsch received the consolation, and Mrs, W. V. Yager the travel prize. Mrs. C. W. Laurltzen, Graettinger, daughters Verdell and Edna, and the former's sister Mrs. Anna Anderson, Elgin.'Ill., visited Friday at Mrs. J. T. Waite's and Edna remained for a longer visit. The J. F. and F. P. Newels, Mrs. Kate Newel, the C. L. Osborns, and the F. J. Weisbrods were entertain ed Sunday at F. E. Weisbrod's, Emmetsburg. Arthur Kuecker and August Krause, students at Ames, and Leona Borchardt, Cedar Falls, were at their parental homes last week-end Wilfred Stoeber drove to Minneapolis Friday and attended the Minnesota-Iowa football game, re :urning Monday. The Raymond'Stoebers were entei talned at Mrs. Stoeber's parents Mr and Mrs. Charles Basset's, Fair mont, Sunday. The Philip Weisbrods and the Carl Kerns spent Sunday at th Dean Nellis home, Renwlck. Th Rev. and Mrs. J, T. Snyder at tended an Algona Methodist distric meeting at Garner Monday. Mrs. Carrie Haase is at presen with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Chrl Widdel. " The E. C. Fauerbys spent th week-end at Henrik Fauerby's, E dora. The Peter Hayengas and the Ha ry Haases were at Fairmont Friday attended a district meeting- at Fort Dodge last Thursday were Mesdames ICarl Hoffman, .W. A. Murray, Leo Bernhurd, L; J. Mousel, A. Ken- medy, Mike Droessler, Charles Baker, Joe Fox, and Charles Stauder, and Clara Nemmers. Finger Mangled in Accident— Lawrence Mousel got his right hand caught in a grain elevator on his farm last Thursday afternoon, and his forefinger was torn badly and it was necessary for Dr. Devlne to take four stit6hes to close the wound. * Mulligan Son is Baptized— Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf. Burt, visited Sunday at Paul Mulligan's. Mr .and Mrs. Mulligan's son was baptized Sunday afternoon, and T. and Mrs. Ringsdorf were spon- ors. He was named Daniel James. NEW BRAND FLOUR ' IS ON SALE HERE The Crete Mills, Crete, Neb., Is celebrating the 64th anniversary of Victor Flour by creating a new and Improved A'ictor Flour which has just been put on the market. 'For 04 years, the Creto Mills has been making Victor Flour, improving It as the years go by, till today the height of r,.{ yenrs of Victor supremacy has been Keached in the Anniversary flour with the yellow tag. , The mill, erected So long ago, was the first of a series of ever larger and more completely equipped mills; and perhaps the most Interesting feature of this continuous growth is the fact that It has been accom plishea almost wholly under the dl rectlon of one family. During its earliest years, it's destinies were guided by Mr. Bridges and C. C. White, associated his brO' ther-in-law, A. L. Johnson, with the Crete mills shortly after the bus! ness got under way. Mr.. Johnson became the directing- force on the re tirement of Mr. White, and still re mains the outstanding figure in the organization. His son, B. L. John son, is secretary of the company, and the executive personnel is 1 made up of young men who have literally grown up in the business. Three generations have put the best part of themselves into the business for more than 64 years. The prestige Crete Mills has gain- Basket E Grocery "Monarch Finer Foods" "Algona's Finest Food Store" Monarch Marshmallows, they Stay fresh in tin, 1 Ib. Monarch Gelatin Dessert, pure fruit juice flavors, 5 pkgs. Pink. Salmon, 2 1-lb. tins . • '• ; Soda Crackers, 24 oz. Rippin good Cookies, 2 Ibs. i Fancy Nut Sundae Cookies, 2 Ibs. . Codfish, bone out, 1 Ib. box I ea through making, quality .flour for 61 years, makes this announcement of unusual slgnifinacce, for it means a still better Victor flour. Four G field's near Irvington, Sunday. even to Football GUIII&— Dr. Karl Hoffman. W. A. .Muray Editor R. E; Hutton, Dr. R. E. ,'eber, Harold "Pohlman, Margaret chiltz, and Hubert Hood attended he Minnesota-Iowa football game t Minneapolis Saturday. Mrs. Guost Loses Ht"';3r)»— Mrs. Tom Guest and her sons re- urned Friday from Illinois, where hey attended the funeral of Mrs. Earl Earing, who was Vivian Guest jefoi-e her marriage, Aux' Membership Drive Success— The Legion Auxiliary here went over the top last week by raising Its mmbership to 36. Inkle Sprained in Jump— ter Neva. Mrs. John Rath and son Law. rence accompanied the Albert Shas- ers to Harvey Bath's, near Algona Sunday. A girl, Delilah Mary, was last week to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Marlow. Mrs. Marlow was Virginia born Overcoats 10 Per cent abpye 1982 Prices Oft account NBA J abor since August. ' HISBACH CLOTHING CO. New Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton attended church in Burt Sunday, and were guests at William Kennedy s. G A. Sharp, son Delbert, _ and •Rudolph Fischer made a .business trip to Des Moines Monday. Mrs. Ralph (Priebe attended a district Legion Auxiliary meeting at Fort Dodge last Thursday. The Milford Players ended week's engagement at the hall here SSSSSr and daughter Ruth, Burt, were Sunday guests at Others were the Charles Morrisons and John Bernds, Manson; the Wil liam and Fernley Runcheys, West Bend; Lyle Runchey and a' college mate, Sioux City. E. A Huskamp 59; Celebrates— E A. Huskamp recently celebrated his 59th birthday anniversary- Among guests were the Herman William, and Irvin Huskamps Fenton- Clyde Arbogast. Litchfield, Minn.; Kenneth Gregson, Algona; J. Seglin Chicago; Homer Huskamp, Brltt- Hulda Wolder, Rlngsted; and the daughters Bertha, Minneapolis, and Viviap Chicago. Fenton Woman's Clubs Meet— The Doncas sewing circle met with Mrs. Edward Welsbrod last week ^Wednesday. Mrs, McFall was Swea City Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Winter have moved to rooms over the Winter drug 1 store, and the Hansons have rented the house owned by, H. N. Kruse, Algona, vacated by the Winters: The Buell Johnsons have nioved to rooms over the 'Bravener clothing store, and the. W. O. kelsons to the. house vacated by the ohnsons. Mrs. R. A. wee . hostess to the Hook & Needle club the same day. Mrs. A. J, Krause entertained her sewing club at a quilt ing party that evening. efiwlicr to World's Fair — W B Stoetaer left Friday from Algona for Chicago to visit his brother Dell and attend the *<"***** Bn route home he was to visit his brother Fred Charles City. C Xel M I^ Vtle Ord* and Irene Whitford .were Sunday guestS| p£ at A M iTltKee S \vas enjoyed at the " Otfs Sanders home last week Tues- » r . *uu Mrs. H. A. Whitehill, of Bu"t were Sunday guests at J. M. Two New Girl Babies- and Mrs. Albert Mitchell are Ct*i— -n»-I^I«.. nit- «T» Blanchard's. The V. V. (Fryes spent ^ Sunday table for 3 had daughter,-Virgu, n, «•»»*— T ,„,,. ers ii to Mr. and Mrs. John Flnne- stad Saturday. Wayne X y FTnnesta S d n sufVred a Painful Sury" one of his wrists Saturday while he was cranking a car. Other Fenton News Louise Hengel, Des Moines, ted f^m Friday till Sunday even- ine wit? her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hengel. The Frank Wellands Estherville. were Sunday *««•*£ the Hengels. Mrs. M. B. Schuett, Otew, Mtan., ^ making an exteiv ded visit at her brother Jacob's and with other relatives. She is a" for- hostess to .. hef bridge club Saturday' Mrs. Charles Newel won the traye. prize Mrs. W. V. Yager the conso After the game lunch was by Mary Jane Eigler and El Kohlwe*, who wore caps and aP Keeping with Halloween. ia their mother. VeroL Minnesota un Frank Dlers jumped off a wagon Wednesday afternoon and sprained his left ankle. Other Bancroft News. M>; and Mrs. Tom Garry spent Saturday and Sunday at Carroll with, -two sisters and a brother of Mr..' Garry. Mr. Garry's brother is from Norfolk, Neb., Mary Merrill, R. N., and Collette C. Welp rode down with them and Miss Merrill visited friends at Carroll, while Miss Welp visited Mrs. Walter Bock at Templeton. Mrs. Bock was a roommate of Miss Welp at school. The T. H. Swans, Lovllia; visited from last week Monday to Friday at Bob Glasgow's. Mrs. Glasgow Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Swan, and Mr. Glasgow is employed at the Fuchs hardware store and under taking shop. • : V. B. Tripp and a Mr. Keiley, Be- lolt, Kans., spent Friday at Dr. E. A. Howe's. Doctor and Mrs. Howe were in Algona last Thursday, call ; ed on account of the death of Mrs. Law.rence Tripp, cousin of the doc •tor. The F. C. Mothers and Daughters club met October 26 with Mrs, Verla Lowman; Mrs. Irene Holdren, assisting hostess. There were 30 member and five visitors present Roll call was answered with notes on the world's fair, and a paper was read on Chicago's Century of Pro gross by Evelyn Nickerson. A piano solo was given by Mrs. Alice Dits worth, and a whistling- solo by Mrs Elsie Lindeman, accompanied at the piano by Evelyn CVulkshank, Har riet Fiances Vining pave a recita tion. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Pearl Potter on November U J. P. Nickerson had an operation for double hernia at the Kossutl hospital Saturday, The Fern Hul ings, Britt, and Lurhl Fesslers an< Aeijelt Mayers families, Ringsted and the Lewis Lowmans Jr. spen Sunday at J. p. Nickerson horn* and called on J. P. Mrs. Elsie Lindeman spent las week Wednesday night with Evely Nickerson, and Saturday night an Sunday with -Mildred Robinson. There was no school in Union N 7 Friday. Mrs. E. A. Genrich, tea cher, left last Thursday night for the world's fair, returning Sunday night. Mrs. Edith Rich spent Sunday at Prince Albert and Velvet, 2 cans 21 c Fish Flakes or Codfish Cakes, can 15c Cheese—Loaf, Am. or brick,. 2 1-2 Ibs. Pancake Flour, "B. G. Special", 4 Ib. bag PENICK'S SYRUP 10 Ibs. Golden, 49c 5 Ibs. Golden, 29c 10 Ibs. Crystal White, 51c 5 Ibs. Crystal White, 30c P and G Soap, giant bars, 6 for 25c Oxydol, large pkg. —21c Chipso, large pkg. 19c Camay, Kirks Qocoa Hard Water Coap, bar 5c Beef Steaks, A No. 1 grade, Ib. 20c Friday Afternoon and Saturday Pork Liver . . . only 5c Ib. offered Bjq CASH PRIZES FOR NAMING A NEW ASK US FOR DETAILS By the millers of Gold Medal "Kitchen-Tested" FLOUR 491b.:$2.23 YES, WE SELL BUTTERNUT COFFEE her son Edward's. Some farmers here are through picking corn, and others planning to finish this week. Rich Point Bravender attended \n O. E. S.,grand lodge meeting at Des Moines last week. - William 'Krumm had a hand bad- y. injured in a grain elevator one .ay last week. Last week Tuesday afternoon Dr. r. H. Doyle gave a high school lee- ure here on Why Some, People Succeed and Others Fail. He prepa- ed the lecture after he talked to ;000 persons who had failed and 100 vho had succeeded. In the first roup were convicts, etc.; in the second prominent men, Including Bry an and Edison. He gave another lee ;yre before the grades on the evolu .Ion ot the United States flag. He also gave an exhibition, of oqulsm. Kenneth Seylor', attending: Morn- ngslde college, spent the week-end at hpme. The Leonard Petersons entertained at cards last Thursday evening 1 . E. C. Peterson .received a message from Cowrie last Thursday announcing the- death of his mother. Mr. "and Mrs, Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson, and Mr .and Mrs. Roy .Valrick drove .to..Cow- rie to attend the'funeral Sunday at a Lutheran church. Besides Mr. Peterson, a.daughter Emma and a son Elmer, at home, another son, Mar- Lin and a daughter, a Mrs. Anderson, both of Gowrle, another daughter, Mrs. Sophia Gunderson, Sioux City, and a son Oscar at Perry survive. Her husband died a year ago. She was 77. Mrs, August Peterson and Mrs. . O. Nelson attended a W. R. C. Eighth district convention at Algona last week Tuesday. •Mr. and Mra. Richard Berg, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myre, Dr. and Mrs. Whitlow, Wfr and Mrs. August Peterson Mrs. Lord, and Mrs. Fred Peterson attended an Eighth trlet Iieglon 'Auxiliary pep meeting at Fort Dodge last Thursday. ' The second division of the Meth odlst Aid had an afternoon meeting at Mrs. Elmer Smith's last week Tuesday. The juniors gave their class play, Sound Your Horn, before a full house Friday eve-nine. Jenette- Wil- eon carried the part of Christine, owner oaf a hamburger stand. Dar- lens £esW Was » overbearing: aunt, hers is the <sast were: the McDowell',. Thompson, afid Peterson girls, Artot Skromme, who was a "soreaw 1 '' as Etta-, Kenn Kluger, her sweetheart and the Parsons, Jen son, and. Seylor bpys. The class presented Miss Strand, coach, with, a bo* ot f lowers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fangman returned Friday from Dyersvllle and Petersburg, where they had spent five weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Nesgzen.of Petersburg, spent Sunday at J. F. Kramer's. Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Pearson enter talned Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Austin, Thompson, daughter Delma, Mr. & •Mrs. Alfred Pearson, and the Vern Austins at dinner Sunday. The C. 'vy. Millers, LU'Verne, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Quinn. They also visited the Eugene Wolfs. Mrs. Quinn anS Mrs. Wolf are daughters of Mr, and''Mrs. Miller.. . •Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Olson anc Mi 1 , and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, Swea Cly, spent Sunday with Mrs. Hilda irickso here. She Is a daughter o! itr .and Mrs. Olson and a sister of Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. G. D. Hart spent Friday and Saturday at Algona With Mr and Mrs. Fred Parks, and Friday might attended a club dance at the O. O. F, hall there with Mr. anc Mrs. Parks. Henry Stebritz, Algona, spent las' week Wednsday evening at the Jharles Scholtes home and got ac ciuainted with Denis Charles young son of Mr .arid Mrs. Scholtes Leone Sohlltz and Mrs. Swalve Fort Dodge, spent Sunday with Al bert Schiltz. Leone, who is the eld est daughter of Mrs, Schiltz, is em ployed in a beauty parlor. Mr. & Mrs. H. E. Theis and the! son F. N. spent Sunday' at B. E Chaplin's, Arnolds Park .Mrs. Chap lin Is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs Thels. Mr. and Mrs., James Lillie, Em metsburg, spent Sunday at Herman Mrs .Harvey Johnson, Algona, spent Wednesday at R. H. Skil- Mng's. She Is a former resident of his neighborhood, having once lived n the farm now occupied by the artin Beckers. The E. J. Kelley and Irving Urch amllles, Algona, were Sunday visi- ors at J. A. Johnson's. George W, Godfrey was here last reek-end, looking after his farm. Mrs. J. A, Johnson has been sick evereal days with the flu and sthma. John McGuire, working at Poca ontas, spent the weekend at home The Tony Sorenspns, ar<» moving o the Rich Point elevator house 'hey had been living on a. farm wes f Irvington. Mr. and Mra. A. D. Headley called t August Johnson's an5 Mrs. Hat ie Burlingame's Sunday, Mrs. John on has been sink, but i.s much im roved. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel were as isting host and hostess at a Pres ytenian Brotherhood meeting at th> Fred Parks home' in Cresco town hip Monday evening. A large number from this commu nity attended a married folks clu' masquerade dance Friday night. Keoprath's. Mrs. Lillie was Irene Keoprath .before marriage. Helen Bryden, who teaches pri mary at Buffalo Center, spent Sun day with her parents, the Rev. an" Mra. C. E. Bryden. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Foth spen Sunday at Algona with Mr. Foth' brother John, and found him mud- improved. The Mission circle of the Bantls church will meet this week Frida; afternoon at Mrs. Axel Brattlund's H. Brink, Waterloo, visited re- latlves here Friday a" d Saturday He. owns a grocery store there. The Peter peersona have move into the house iust west of^Mra. A ie Anderson's. - .. . . County ",F«n» Injwate Pies- South Creaeo, Oct. ? Deegs, 77, an invalid for 81 year died Monday at the ccrtyity No relatives are fcnown here. rial was made Tuesday at NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS A day and night claim reporting service on automobile claims is now being maintained through our automobile insurance department. Through our Universal Motor Road Service certificate which is issued with your automobile liability insurance, we provide you 1 with* personal accident insurance in case you are hurt; also reimbursement for tow-in expense, appearance bond and claim report expense. If you are looking for the very best service in automobile insurance protection at the very lowest cost, consult our agency for further particulars. We Maintain an Extraordinary Automobile Insurance Serrice. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. B. LA BAREE Phone 56 Insurance — Loans — Surety Bonds — Investments. 32 VOLT RADIO We have the new 32-volt Tatro radio in stock. The most economical farm plant radio built. Uses less current than a 20-watt bulb. HOLECEK RAIO & MUSIC SHOP \\.fr* <* ! f< J Get Your Car Ready for Winter U«e of your car depends on the way it is prepared to stand the winter cold. It will respond if it is properly cared for, no matter what its age. -"*.l Green stuff removed, corrosion - preventive applied to battery terminals, cables checked, cells tested and filled with pure water. Exibe BATTERIES 18-plate for most cars """" $5,95 ,, Exch. Rentals, Repairs, Be- charging, Road Service YOU WASTE GAS YOU LOSE POWER —with dirty or wornout spark plugs. We clean, adjust points and test spark plugs for 5c each New Spark Plugs 58c each in sets Singly 60e Change to COLD WEATHER LUBRICANTS in Your Transmission and Differential. Heavy summer lubricants should be drained out for protection and reduced drag in colder weather. We will put in the rect grade of Lubricants Your car it no better than its ipark plug* battery and" lubrication. If any one fail, your car fail*. Be sure you will not »•* caught thi* winter. Bring your car to us for * thorough up now, Deldutch Super Servi< LUBRICATION, CAB WASHPQ 4»» BIUJPB SEBVICE ] H 'I 1 s ! 15 years

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