Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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f Barrel Soap, ,i/>tion, 19C 10c 13c 13e 17c lOc Oak Catsup, 4 AM ;le .- ' vw peanut Butter 9 Of* Shell Walnuts, i Cut Beans, I.ROSS Cake IcifcSkCoffee, Jng'lIghtPork JBB No. 2.1-2 can t Bran Flakes, Flour, 24c 25c lOc 9c 19c 23c 29c Country Gentleman 10c 1P1/ Ifc/ ALGONA GIRL DIES; SERVICE HELDJONDAY Christina Knu d s e n Passes Following Operation. Christina A. Knudsen, 26, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris C. Knudsen, of Plum Creek township, died Friday at the Kossuth hospital, following an appendicitis operation performed a week before. Funeral services were conducted Monday at 2 o'clock at the Congre gational church, with the Rev. 3 R. Hoerner, pastor, and. the Rev Mr. Grarup, Albert Lea, in charge Burial was made in iRiverview cem etery. The church, was crowded t< to capacity. Mr. Grarup is a for mer neighbor of Mr. Knudsen in. the old country. Only 26 Years Old. Ohristina was born July 30, 1907, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE mi '•*$ •$» ' *!l .tftf •ffl at Ogden. The family moved to Algena in 1915, and has lived on farms near Algona ever since. She was graduated from the Algona high school in 1927, and then at- Eugene Hutchins spent the weekend witto friends at Ames. Lewis Ferguson, student at Ames, spent the week-end at home. Sidney Clark, Coe college, Cedar Rapids, spent last week-end here. Postmaster S. J. Backus spent Tuesday at Des Moines on business. June Adel Overmyer, who teaches at Oskaloosa, spent the weekend at home. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Aalfs spent the week-end with Mr. Aalfs' parents at Akron. To avoid conflict with the Santa Glaus parade, the Kiwanis club met yesterday noon. The L. G. Lenz family, Buffalo Center, were entertained at dinner at Henry Wegener's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Clark, Mrs! R. E. Brown, and the D. C. Mahans spent Saturday at Des Moines. •Evelyn Bode returned last Thursday from Omaha, where she had spent a week with friends. 'Roland White, Iowa Falls, was a week-end visitor here. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter. Hoyt .Raney, student at the State college, Ames, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Raney. NRA Still Doing Business At Old Stand: Chrischilles Seasoning, jean '•^Buckwheat 5lb. bag ^PinkSal- 1 can j-Ross Wheat tended the state teachers college at Cedar Falls four summers. 'For four years Miis Knudsen was teacher in rural schools in Union and Lotts Creek townships, but last year became a member of the Lone Rock school faculty, and was still teaching at Lone Rock when she was taken sick. She was an active member of the 4-H club in girlhood. (Plum Creek When she was still a young girl she joined the Algona Congregational church. Christina is survived by her parents, brother Carl, and four sisters: Dorothy and Margaret, at home; Mrs. Nels Pedersen, Blue Earth; and Mrs. Rasmus Pedersen, iSugar, nds —— Oak Cruet . Dts, e, 2 Ibs. . Forest City, funeral. All were here for the Beulah Hartshorn, operator at the Marigold beauty shop, spent Thanksgiving at her home at Swea City. Mrs. Earl Griffith, wife of one ot County Treasurer Duffy's deputies, was reported sick with abdominal flu Monday. Paul Hutehins returned to Gilmore City Sunday, after the weekend at home. He teaches in the schools there. The Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hoerner and their daughter Miriam spent last Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Hoerner's parents at Ackley. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Coonan, of Cedar Rapids, and daughter Suz-. anne spent the week-end with Mr. Coonan's sister, Mrs. M. J. Streit. By T. H. ClirhclillU s, Chairman Kossuth County Compliance Board. W ITH THE THOUGHT in mind of assisting in every possible way with the president's recovery program, I suggested to J. J. Hughes, Des Moines, chairman of the State Recovery Board, in a recent visit, that he send out to the county chairman bulletins giving information of popular interest. Many people have the impression that the work of the NRA is over, or that interest in the movement has lagged, whereas as a matter of fact definite progress is being made almost every day. New codes are being adopted and new rulings issued, and the government is rushing plans for further steps in this great business-building program. We have received our first bulletin from Mr. Hughes, and we quote one important paragraph: "There is a good deal of confusion relative to the executive order exempting towns of less than 2500 from the retail code. "Not all employers in towns of less than 2500 are exempt— only those who employ not more than five persons and are engaged in local retail trade or service. "The following* persons are not exempt: manufacturers, newspaper publishers, and employers engaged in selling at retail such products as lumber, building materials, building specialties, builders supplies, automobiles, and coal." Another section deals with the progress of reemployment of some 4400 men in Polk county alone. Thus it will be seen that the national recovery program is progressing. It must not be thwarted. ' The local compliance board has sought to gain results through cooperation rather than compulsory methods, and it is still hoped that every citizen will give the program wholehearted support. administer the druggists' code in this district. The W. H. Baileys, Marshall, Minn., spent tlhe week-end with Mrs. Ida Minkler and the H. D. Hutehins family. Mrs. Bailey is Mrs. Minkler's daughter and Mrs. Hutehins' sister. week, and her parents will come for her Sunday. Mrs. Jos. Steil 'Sr., Eden Valley Minn., came Sunday to visit at the home o£ her son Joseph. She is past 82 and lives now with her son William. Mr. and Mrs. George Balk, Le Sueur, Minn., and Mrs Loretta Howie has entered the employ of the Kent Motor Co. as L e e, pound Jlns,. . 1 Peels, ! pkgs. __ lie .9c 33c 13c 25c 25c G.&B. PECIAL igars OR PARTICULAR SMOKERS Many Come From Away. Relatives and friend.s from away who attended the services were: The I. W. Nelsons, Lone (Rock; Mrs. Andrew Knudsen and Betty, Racine, Wis.; August Knudsen, of Steuben, Wis.; Chris and Anne Nelson, Minneapolis; the Soren Bid- riksens, Britt; Alfred Panum, Blue Earth; the Micihael Pedersens, and Mesdames Floyd Fisher, E. W. Alder, George MeClemet, Frank Arnold,-Earl Christiansen, Will Otis, Peter Hanson, Roy Rygmys, and Mabel Steffenson, all of Forest City. Mrs. Mary Jensen, Mrs. Carolina •Eibey, the John Christensons, Edw. Sauvain, Addison Clark, and Hazel and Clarice Moody, all of Ogden; the Fred Peitersons, George Hoines, and Mrs. Fred Johnson, all of Ringsted; and the Henry Engstroms, of Lone Rock. Death Widely Mourned. The Lone Rock schools were dismissed for the funeral, which was largely attended. , 'Pall bearers were Messrs. Didriksen, Pederson, and Panum, from out of town, and L. C. Hansen, Har- Ruth Messenger, high English teacher, spent the old Hanson, and John Algona. This untimely and Scuffham : school weekend with friends at Mt. Vernon. She is a Cornell college graduate. The Donald Hutchisons, Ced.ar Rapids, spent the week-end with Mr. Hutchison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison. The Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse spent Thanksgiving with their daughter Vashti, now Mrs. Guy H. 3immons, Quimby. , They, returned Fwday. Mrs. Margaret .Dillon, Newton, ier son Max, and daughter -Dorothy spent the week-end with Mrs. Dillon's sister, Mrs. W. G. McCullough. . i '*" The Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burroughs, Dallas Center, spent Thanksgiving and Friday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright. J. J. Cosgrove, former Titonka banker, brother of Mrs. George Holtzbauer, Algona, now lives at Mason. City, where he is an em- ploye of a government relief agency. Mrs. M. G. Norton's aunt, Laura Manier, and the former's sisters, Mrs. Henry Walters and Marguerite Geiger, all of Tipton, were here from last week Wednesday till Sunday. place for several years, remains till Jj° v Loretta learns the work. Mrs. L. E. Potter .returned last week Wednesday from Storm Lake, where she visited her son, Dr. Day Potter. She toad been away ten days, and' also visited her son, Dr. Ray Potter, at Schaller. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton went to Des Moines yesterday, and Mr. Norton looked after business interests tnere, returning last night. Mrs. Norton remained to spend the week-end with the F. F. Barkers and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Messenger and their daughter Sarah May came for Thanksgiving and remained till Sunday, guests of the W. IF. Walkers. Mrs. Messenger is a daughter of the Walkers, and her daughter is the only grandchild. Arthur Wildin served as auctioneer for the sale of baskets at a social given by Mary Black and her No. 3,- Cresco township, pupils at the South Cresco church a week ago Friday night, and the receipts totaled $18 or thereabouts. her Mrg ^ d hters of Mrs . steil . 'Sifters Colletta and Regus went last Thursday week-end at mother's house. Because of lamentable Agnes Nordstrom, graduate nurse Mr. and Mrs. Katz ORosewall, of Blue Earth, and their two "boys spent Thanksgiving witlh Mr. Rosewall's mother, Mrs. Charles Rose-wall. The Junior Mrs. Rosewall and health,. Sister Regus will remain there till after the holidays. Sister Sereta spent the week-end at Humboldt, and Sister Isadore was at Fort .Dodge with a sister who came for her. R. J. Harrington spoke on the growth of the state university before the Kiwanis club last week Wednesday. The club's regular meeting day is Thursday, but because of Thanksgiving last week's meeting was held a day earlier. Mr Harrington's talk dealt mostly with the growth of the .professional colleges of the university. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips, eas' of town, entertained Mr. and Mrs Clarence Phillips, Spencer, and Mr and Mrs. Monroe Mikkelson, Verlyn Forbes, and "Bud" Johnson, ail o Boone, at Thanksgiving dinner las Thursday. Clarence, who works fo his father in a bottling works, an- Mrs. Mikkelson, are children oi ih elder Mr. and Mrs. Phillips. O. J. Stephenson, former distric court clerk, was .taken to Iowa Cit Monday for medical examination His son Kenneth, of the Bask<i grocery, accompanied ihim. Th family has been living here sine accompanied (here by Mr. and Mrs. ark Hancher and a son, who,spent he day with. Mr. Handler's brother, E. C. Hancher, local telephone manager. D. • Wane R. Collins, public schools music instructor, . spent Thanksgiving and the week-end with a brother who teaches music at Dunlap. The local Mr. Collins s one of seven brothers, three of whom teach music,' while three others are athletic directors and the remaining brother is a mechanic at Burlington. There are also three sisters. Fred William Brumm, 58, Jamestown, N. D., and Mary Wilcox, 64, Mitchell, S. 'D., were married by the Rev. A. H. Hueser at the Baptist parsonage Saturday. Harriet Raney and Mrs. John Homer, the latter, who works at the Algona hotel, a niece of the bride, were witnesses. Mr. Brumm is a railroad man, and the day was his birthday anniversary. Editor and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe, Titonka, and Mrs. H. I. Torgerson, wife of TitonkEi's dentist,'were Algona visitors Friday afternoon. Mrs. Torgerson is Mr. Wolfe's daughter, and he has two other daughters, one married to the Junior Forest City Summit publisher, the other to a Cedar Rapids man. The one at Cedar Rapids has a child, and Mr. Wolfe is therefore a grandfather. Major operations have 'been performed at the Kossuth hospital in the last week as follows: Mrs. F. E. Merchant, Bradgate, Saturday; Sylvia Harrand, Monday; and Pauline Gilbertson, Algona, Tuesday. Dorothy Stevens, Algona, underwent an appendectomy Saturday. Peter Hudson, Irvington, entered the hospital Friday for medical treatment. Roland Gardner, near Algona, had a boil .lanced Saturday. Dr. Guy B. Anderson, Ackley, and his family went home Sunday, after having been here since last Thursday, guests of the former's father and other relatives. The doc- or has no.t been in the best of ealth during the last year or two, ut is able to look after his prac- ice. His wife was Matilda Wiener, Radcliffe, sister of Levi Wiemer, Ledyard banker. There are \yo children in the family, both girls, one 11, the other two. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Clark, International Falls, Minn., and their our children spent Thanksgiving and the week-end here. Mr. Clark s a son of Grocer and Mrs. R. A. jlark, and his wife the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Freeh. H. R. is chief of the border patrol at International Falls. His work is -most- y superintending the regular patrol, though he occasionally goes out on important cases. The Clarks have been there seven years. Mrs. W. C. Dewel got home Sunday morning from two months at Evanston,. 111. Her son, Dr. B. F. Dewel, Evanston, took her to Chicago to catch the train. Having plenty of time, they parked the car on, a prominent street, locked it, with Mrs. Dewel's baggage inside, and attended a show. When they returned a .policeman was watching the car, which had been broken into. All of Mrs. Dewel's baggage was stolen. News of the theft was broadcast from, police headquarters, but recovery of the goods is not expected. The loss was in the neighborhood of $100. (Barber Bjelland, his wife, and child, and his sister, Mrs. Andrew Engelby, Frost, Minn., with her CALL THEATRE ectnc SYSTEM Thursday and Friday, Dec. 7-8 Santa Glaus Day in Algona. Free children's matinee, 12 to 1 Sunday ft Monday, December 10-H MARIE DRESSIER LIONEL BABRYMORE in "Christopher Beau" The best loved pair of actors hi the world for Call Theater patrons. Edgar Rice Burroughs Saturday, December 9 Double Feature Program Action enough, for four pictures, JOHN WAYNE in "Somewhere in Sonera" and "Above the Clouds" tLast chapter of Kit Carson aerial. Tuesday-Wednesday, Dec. 19 and It CHARLES LAUGHTON in 'The Private Life of Henry VllP What a man was Henry! Acclaimed the greatest picture fat years! One of the year's best ten! Also the 4-Star 1-reel FeatulW , Colored Silly Symphony "Noah's Ark" Thursday and Friday, Dec. 14-15 ill MtfMtfrf U STAM 4 EWORLDCHANCES wo.... i^^. JV...™. „..-. „-—..----— lamuy nas oeen living nere sine Kngeroy, i-rost, Minn., witn ner the boys remained till bunaay, • Mr . gtephenson discontinued a gro- husband and eight children, were when Katz returned for them. ha distressed the Algona, 1 from the Adventist Sanitarium, Ne- Creek and Lone Rock vada, has gone to Denver, where son ci*U«.t»« Turn Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Schoby, Ma- I i i eery store at Fenton. He has not Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Bjel- known and DOP~- pital. and for the. last two weeks or more , - - . -• . , , has been sick. | gona relatives. Elizabeth and Jean, Mr and Mrg A c Hoorneraa n, UP FOR THE CHRISTMAS DE IN SPECIALLY WRAPPED BOXES OF 10 25 AND 50 A GUARANTEED HOME PRODUCT by • all • Dealers ular. Sympathy for her family has also been widespread and deep. 'Feather p'arty' Draws Big Crowd to Vie for Prizes Hagg Post's annual Feather par- t.v at the Legion hall last week Tuesday night was the usual big bai. ' . • v ft Tr /"11 1^ 1 * ******* *»i "• •*»• *-*• AJ.VFV/I. i*»^**it*i*, John Haggard spent the week-:came with tiheir uncle, C.K. Clark,' Spr i ng viiie, and the latter's sister, end at home. He is now an ap- i last week Wednesday, and Mr. and E , sie SpechtF who teacnes there, praiser for a federal land bank, Mrs. Schoby came next morning. | spent , tne wee k-end at Mayor and and at present is working near } H. C. Wilson, single, owner ot a Mrg , c F gpecht's. The Harry Canton, S. D. | dr «B sto . re at Waterloo, was a ilLar8ons> Forest city> were also Ruth Kriekenbaum commercial Thanksgiving guest of ms parents,'Thanksgiving guests. Mrs. Hoorne- tcacher in the high school, was Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Wilson,'^ Mrg> Larson> and E i sie are called to her home at West Point who recently settled here.. The eld-j daugnters o£ Mr and Mrs , Spechti Mondav by news of the serious ill- er Mr. Wilson is district agent of and Mr Hoorneman i s superintend- snccess, tne rooms being thronged Baptist upstairs and down. This was a public event. . . The downstairs entertainment was a paddle game, and upstairs it was the corn game. Jos. Bloom was chairman of the party committee ness of her father. The church orchestra will play during a chicken supper at the The menu the Equitable Life, Des Moines. ent of the Springville schools. •- —* ~ - - , j t;iit IH. WH3 ouiiit&viii*; auiiuuia. The Rev. T. J. Davem returned j Eugene Keith, 19, who had betn Friday from a week with friends at, at the Kossuth h osp ital six weeks Omaha and Kansas City He also ANCE TO I EDDIE'S CELEBRITIES MlKbach Hall Evening Dec. llth 15c, 25c fa in an advertisement else-! attended an Io\va-Nebraska football game at Lincoln. The Rev. P. P. Gearen, Onawa, former assist- Adyance Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox are expected home tomorrow from Mt. ant at Whittemore, accompanied with Walter Lorenz, Or. A. Adams, L. E. Linnan, and M. Falkenhainer as assistants stairs, and G. D. (Brundage, A. E. D. H. up- Kresensky, John Momyer, E. Stephenson downstairs. and H. UPPER to music at BAPTIST CHURCH SttunUy, December 5 p. m. to 1 p. m. JIENC urday. where The doctor's went Sa t- him. father and mother live there. . . Marion McMahon visited friends at Storm Lake from last Thursday till Saturday. .Ruth McMahon, who Mrs. Bertha Hueser and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chamber and two sons, all of Oskaloosa, were guests for Thanksgiving and the week-end at the Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Hueser's. W. H. Godden won a prize of |10 in cash, and other prizes were .46 ducks, 32 geese, 50 turkeys, nine name, and 15 packages of bacon. Allen Brunson on Omaha Bank Staff Last Thursday's Mason City Globe-Gazette reported that Allen A. Brunson. who has practiced law at Mason City since graduation m ?929froln the" law college at Iowa City had been appointed to the staff of the Federal Farm Loan bank at Omaha *s investigator of titles. Allen was born and rearea here, the son of Mr. and. Mrs G. A. Rrunson He is unmarried, and at accounts his mother was living him. The Globe Z e Ue d!dn t 'Chicken Potatoes Brown Gravy l « Potatoes , Scalloped Corn ™*rjr Relish Perfection Salad •Wee Jelly Hot Rolls » Nut Cake ,. Whipped Cream ANCE say, continue living | WEST AK» HIS ORCHESTRA 1 engagement of a popular band, *• 0,0, F, HALfc y, December 13 Inter-Class B. B. Tourney Started mm feated the freshmen, W-&JJ ^ no wins. • _ Corn-Hog Programs Given ftt jLaKot* Saturday evening for a ison meeting. County Ageiu, W-'^SnStft to disCUSS bUS ton's the samenigni^ i> agr icul jness connected w«f cawty agen Thanksgiving vacation. Homer Tuttle, Algona, was speaker at a Methodist Men's Brotherhood meeting at West Bend last night. Two auto loads of Algon-| ians accompanied him. Or. R. C. Ball, Titonka vetenn- rian, his wife, 'daughter Barbara, nd a group of Titpnka high school upils attended the Algona high chool junior play Applesauce here ast week Monday night. Mrs. Edythe Fisk Dailey and her on "Bill," high school junior, moored to Minneapolis last Thursday or Thanksgiving and the week-end •ith the former's mother, Mrs. Jenie Dye, returning 'Sunday. Mrs E. A. Pashke, Echo, Minn., nd toer children, Jean and Roger, pent Thanksgiving and the week- nd with Mrs. Pashke's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Conrad Herman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Norton, of Wesley, became parents of their irst child at the Kossuth hospital Friday. The baby was a girl, and as been named. Mary Ann. . Ms. Thos. Kain's daugh- com tw Mr. and Mrs. Thos er since . . . Katherine has been at Chicago ncf shortly after the county fair, iving with a widowed aunt and done oart-time clerking in a store. P lona dentists closed Most Algona dentists offices yesterday afternoon and went to Mason City .to attend a dis- rict dental meeting. Sessions were held both afternoon and evening. Mrs Walter Weisbrod, Fenton «nd her three children spent the week-end with Mrs. Weisbrod's mother? Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. Mr Weisbrod came for them Sunday. Mrs B IP, Burtis and her sons W and H. 0- Richardson, were at L,k Porte City Monday, attending the funeral of a young man of 2? who .was a first cousm of Mrs BU The S 'E. R. Risings spent Thanks giving with Mrs Rising's sister Mrs L L- Shellmyer, and .family west Bend. The'Risings lived a Weft Bend before they came A1 jfl>. J^es attended, a distric *?•; „„„*,•„„ for drUEBlStS Of th of Mrs. Chambers and the Rev. Mr. Hueser. Mr. and Mrs. John Beigger, Richard Beigger, and Mary and .Eva McDonald, all of Winfred, 8. D.. nd Mr. and Mrs. Frank MoDon- Id, Howapd, is.- D. spent Thanks-' lying'arid the week-end with Mrs. !va Deim. They, are all related to ilrs. Deim. The R. G. iRichardsons ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mrs. lichardson's father, Nels Olson, re- ired railway car inspector at ioux City. Mr. Richardson drove hence to Omaha on a business mis- ion Friday, and brougiht the fam- ly home Saturday. Ernestine Chubb, Frederick, Md., ;ot home Tuesday for a month with ier parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb. She is now doing welfare work there, but was previously employed as H. D. A. She .brought her •oommate as far as Madison, Wis., en route home. A note received^ Sunday from Gardner Cowles Sr. asked that till urther notice his copy of the Ad- •ance be sent to Chandler, Ariz. i*or the last several years Mr. and tfrs. Cowles have spent most of .heir winters there. Mra. Cowles' lealtb is fairly good now, it is be- his father's Plum Creek farm, was taken home Sunday. He was helping pick corn, using a picker, and in the accident one of his legs was broken and the ankle crushed. Bloodpoisoning set in, and for a time he was a pretty sick boy, but he is improving now and may be out of bed shortly. M. T. McGuire laid off two of his grading crews for the winter last week-end. One had been working ahead of a paving crew on a 12- mile stretch near Rockwell City; [the other on a like job ot 11 miles TMHA meeting lor ^I-T-«.»-, • . near Sac City. A third crew on a 5%-mile stretch near Pocahontas will be laid ?ff shortly. The Sac City and' Rockwell' City jobs wil not be completed before next July A dispatch in the Mason City Globe-Gazette from a town in tha part of the state.the name of whicl is not recalled reported that Dr. F Clark, Waterloo, former Congre ational pastor here, had been en aged for a series of lectures on 'he Life of Christ in Art. He was o speak under the auspices of th resbyterian, Methodist, Christian Brethren, and Episcopal churches Mrs. W. M. Hubbard, Farnham ville, spoke at the Methodist churc. Sunday morning on Home Mission ry work. She is conference presi lent of the Methodist northwe. owa Missionary society, and wa ieved here. Mrs. It. C. Seward, 3Ui Grange, 111., suburb of Chicago, and her ,win children were here from last week Wednesday till Monday, guests of Mrs. R. H. Spencer. Mr. Seward, a former cashier of the First National bank ihere, has for some time been in federal land bank employ. Two major operations were performed at the General hospital last week, one oh Louise Buns, Woden, Friday, tihe others on Robert Ancell, Algona, Saturday. Merle Webster Algona, bad her tonsils r& moved Tuesday, and E. Van Oussel- dorf, Britt, had a tumor on bis Up removed yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. George HoJtsbaue; and Loxaine Tierney spent Thanks giving with Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Tieraey, Mason City. Marilya Tier. Bey, who fcas spenj several weeks Uiere isith her grandnjother, Holtifbauer, is staying r. and Mrs. w. IK. aonoDy, j»a- been feeling well for some time,'land's mother and sister at Eagle City, daughters Elizabeth and and for the las( . two weekg or more Grove> In addition to duck lutefisk was served. Mr. Bjelland, by the way, was born in Norway and was ot brought to this country till he fa.s 12, yet his speech does not etray his foreign origin. He is ow an American citizen, having btained his naturalization papers n this county a fev? years ago. BIG SLUMP TWIXT 1932 AND 1933 IN CAR SALES SHOWN The number of new automobiles sold in the counay in 1932 was far ess than half the number sold in 1931. The number sold in 1933 shows an increase over last year's, )ut is also far behind the record lor 1931. The automobile sales jusiness has, however, picked up in the last five months in comparison with last year's. The following table gives the facts: 1931 1 932 January — 26 February. 37 March — 40 .67 .42 -39 April May June July 28 August 27 September 18 October 18 November 11 December 21 6 4 8 21 18 29 20 12 13 7 3 6 1933 4 4 9 13 24 27 35 36 21 12 9 Totals 369 147 194 In 1931 53 trucks were sold; in 1932, 23; in 1933, 22. TYPEWRITER Supplies PUBLIC SALE At the Kiddie Sale Pavilion in Algona, east of Northwestern tracks SATURDAY, DEC, 9, AT 1:30 O'CLOCK SMRP We are listing stuff every day and at this time we cannot give a complete list of what will be on hand for this sale. We have one of the best assortments of Furniture yet offered in these sales, including dining room suites, living room suites buffet, beds complete, finger sewing machine, extra tables and chairs of all kinds. One Kimiball piano. Also we are listing a quantity of other furniture. International feed grinder, 10-in. burr, with, elevator. Also some springing cows and other live stock. Some good boars, all breeds. Bring what you have to sell and buy what you want. If you are looking for furniture or etock come and juake this your sale. ' '• , Terms are cash. No property removed until settled for. C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer PHONE 7» America Must Come Back! New News. € women held his destiny in soft white hands. . / i C LEAN, selected coal of even size is the only economical kind of coal to use. We assure you of greater burning power, more heat per ton, and the economy that follows. Every grade and size for every purpose. Anderson Grain & Coal Go, At M. & St. L. Tracks Phone 308 AL SMITH SAYS: "Our money is baloney dollars," but Al was defeated at the convention and it may b'e possible he is just a mite prejudiced. We are gambling he is wrong For a limited time we will accept baloney dollars for our good merchandise. ALGONA'S FINEST FOOD STORE "BARGAINS FOR BALONEY DOLLARS" Butternut Coffee, Ib. 28c Breakfast Coffee ground fresh, Ib. Post Toasties and Kellogg's Corn Flakes, pkg. lOc Cut Wax Beans, 2 No. 1 cans 15c Navy Beans, 3 Ibs. 15c Pineapple, Tidbits, 9 oss. tins, EACH lOc Whole Grain Rice, 4 Ibs. 25c JUST RECEIVED—A fresh shipment BORDEN'S CHEESE Try Chateau, or Chateau Pimento for sandwiches. They spread like butter. 3 pkgs. La Prance, Ijloz. Clothes Pins, ~~ all for „ Lard, Hormels, Pure Leaf, 4 Ib. carton GOLD MEDAL FLOPR—It's "Kitchen Tested** Oyster Shell*, per 100 ibt, — - Ask for Korn King Bacon, 2 pkgs. »_^_ I'ts sliced and rineless. FRESH OYSTERS — A limited su they last, 39c a quart. On sale Thursday momipg VEAL HEARTS-Wbile they Ust, TP % PQUWl (Saturday only) Basket Grocery Monarch Finer Foods" I !* '\ \ i i « 7f i * (M 'il JFVIB .•J?

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