Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1933 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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FAGE BIGHT Campbell's or Van Camp's Beans 16 oz. can, 4 4 «& 2 for IIC Swansdown Cake Flour, pkgs. Vermont Maid Syrup, 12-oz. jug Grape Nut Flakes, 2 for ___ Butter, Ib. Delnmiz Corn, 303 can K. C. Baking Powder, 26c can Blue Rose Rice, 4 Ibs. French Bird Seed, 2 pkgs. Lifebuoy Soap, 3 cakes Ivory Flakes, Ig. pkg Salted Uneeda Biscuit, family pkg. 29c Broadcast Corned Beef, can 15c Quaker Maid Ketchup 15c Whole Kernel Corn, 2 cans 25c Brillo, 3 pkgs._ 25c Shinola Shoe Polish Quaker Maid Beans 16-oz. can, 2 for 9c Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour, 3 1-2 Ib. bag 24c Powdered Sugar, 4 Ibs. 25c Brown Sugar, 4 Ibs. _23c Fresh Dates, Ib. lOc Corn Meal, 10 Ib. bag 23c Corn Meal, 5 Ib. bag 14c Jello, pkg. 5c Lard, 3 Ibs. 24c GIVE FOOD THIS CHRISTMAS! 29c 19c 19c 23c 10c 17c 19c 25c 17c 21c REALLY COFFEE is Ground Before Your Eyes Eight O'Clock Mild and mellow Coffee 21b. can_ STERLING 925/1000 Fine CTTflAPPYthe bride C/L whose happy selection of silver claims the William and Mary pattern as her own. As executed in Treasure Solid Silver, it reproduces in every graceful detail the leading characteristics of that charming Early English Style-The WiUiatn and Mary (1688-1702). Its authentic source assures its correctness and permanent good taste. A. N. BOUCHARD? Druggist and Jeweler Uhasure $qlfo ALL-CENTRAL SIX ELEVENS ARE CHOSEN "" i Marion McMnhon Engagement Scheme is, Each .Town Announce<1 at Pick Teams & Then Get Together. DE CEMBBD Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon announced the engagement of their daughter Marion to Mr. Richard Schmitz, of Storm Lake, at a dinner Tuesday evening. The announcement was contained in the The Eagle Grove Eagle has suggested that an all-Conference North /, -.4 !„•...,, . , . Central Six football team be picked guests. Iowa points. They will live on farm near Wesley. Auxiliary Plans Holiday Baskets— The Legion Auxiliary met Frida at the Legion hall, and laid plan for filling Christmas baskets fo distribution to the needy. Follow ing the business session, Mrs. V. V ---- --- — --- ..«--. %,« .»n vii v« , ~--a ».»w uutj.i.ii^o0 jaCQOilMlf AVI I Bt V t V place cards, which were in the Naudain lhad charge of entertain of wrapped to for) ment. Mrs. Opal Morrison the from the six teams in play this j ship on wlhose passenger list were year, and the suggestion has been lthe na mes of Miss McMahon and ±r ^rrr<^ IHrajraij-ss two selections, and Patty san, Jean , Inside was a hand-drawn daughter of Mr. and Mrs Glen Me "" at d F«£°p^nv Th /n team suggested Holtzbauer, Kathryn MisbachT and at Eagle Grove follows: M rs. Paul Trauger. After dinner I FIRST TEAM bridge was played, the Misses Nu- Kreiner, Hampton LE sent and Holtzbauer winning the •Hill, Eagle Grove LT • hi'Sfa scores. Moser, Clarion LG Announcement of the engage- Linfor, Clarion cjment was made to members of the Lukehart, Eagle Grove KG! £a ™ily at Thanksgiving dinner last Halvorson, Webster City RT Thursday, wrapped in red cello- Morris, Clarion | Sathre, Eagle Grove __Q , 'Butler, Clarion LH j Wilcox, Eagle Grove RH Sheborn, Webster City FB | SECOND TEAM Kennedy, Clarion De Smith, Humboldt LT ) Weedman, Webster City LG , Langmade, Eagle Grove C Stewart, Algona , RG Kloster, Eagle Grove ~RT Brandrup, Webster City , IRE . Scantlebury, Hampton _ Q I Fisher, Eagle Grove LH j Towle, Hampton RH Sharpe, Clarion FB phane drops hanging from the'bills of ice cream turkeys. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Harig, Murray, gave a recitation. A one act Christmas play was presentee by Mrs. Leota Zeigler and Mrs. T L. Larson. Christmas contests fol lowed, and a buffet luncheon wa served. Both, the upper and the lower halls of the building were decorated for the meeting, and the program was given partly upstair and partly downstairs. Silver Wedding Celebrated- Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Anderson eel ebrated their 35th wedding anni yersary Monday night by entertaining 145 friends at a dancing party at the I. O. O. F. hall. Music was furnished by the Swanee orchestra Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McMahon, and^unch was served at one long ta- Here Is Clarion's Pick. The Wright County .Monitor, with the assistance of the Clarion coach, has made the following selections: FIRST TEAM Kreiner, Hampton .LE Hill, Eagle Grove LT Mosher, Clarion LG Beed, Hampton _~~_~~ C McClelland, Clarion ______HILjRO i Lukehart, Eagle Grove RT Morris, Clarion , "RE Sathre, Eagle Grove QB Sharp, Clarion LH Wilcox, Eagle Grove I_r_RH Shehorn, Webster City FB SECOND TEAM Kennedy, Clarion LE De Smidt, Humboldt I_LT Weedman, Webster City "~LG Langmade, Eagle Grove C •Stewart, Algona 1J1V__RU Kloster, Eagle Grove (RT Brandrup, Webster City IRE Ruth McMahon, the latter Ihome from Galva, where she teaches. The wedding date has not been set definitely, but will be in mid- January. Miss McMahon was graduated from Iowa State college last spring, with a major in technical Journalism. Mr. Schmitz, also a graduate of Ames, is a Junior member of the firm of Park & Schmitz, contractors and lumbermen at Storm Lake. Two North End Brides— Ledyard, Dec. 6—At the Reformed church .here on Thanksgiving afternoon Florence Goetz was married to Ruben Balvance, the Rev. A. A. Depping, pastor, performing a single-ring ceremony. The bride was attended ,by her sister, Ella Goetz, and Herman Balvance was best man. The bride and her attendant wore gowns of blue flat crepe. Sixty relatives and friends were guests at a 6 o'clock wedding dinner served by Malinda Goetz and Vivian Klein at the home of the new Mrs. Balvance's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goetz Sr. The newlyweds will farm near Center after March 1. Grant At the wedding dinner Paul iSel- berg announced the marriage Wednesday, November 23, at the iScantlebury, Hampton ______ I.QB LH RJH Weyker, Clarion Torgeson, Humboldt _____ Towle, Hampton ___ , _________ 1_FB Humboldt Also Chooses. The Jaqua Printing Co., publishers of the two Humboldt newspapers, offers the following selections : FIRST TEAM , Methodist parsonage, Blue Earth, of Sylvia M. E. Balvance and Herman Goetz Jr. The IRev. Mr. Taylor performed the ceremony. Tihe bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Balvance, formerly of Buffalo Center. She was married in a gown of new blue Canton crepe, with white hose and slippers, and her bridesmaid, who was Mrs. Paul Selberg, wore China brown with hose and slippers to match. Mr. Goetz is the eldest son of _ . —- — *fftm* -*u IAW I, Cil4CO{, l5V/lt Oi Kreiner, Hampton LE Mr. and Mrs. Herman Goetz Sr Hill, Eagle Grove LTJand he was born and reared here. Mosher, Clarion _ LG 1 • Beed, Hampton I~_Y_T__C i Norttl Kossuth Girl Weds— McClelland, Clarion RG •Lukehart, Eagle Grove RT Morris, Clarion RE Sathre, Eagle Grove I~QB Sharp, Clarion uH Wilcox, Eagle Grove I~RH Shehorn, Webster City FB SECOND TEAM Kennedy, Clarion LE De Smidt, Humboldt LT Weedman, Webster City LG Langmade, Eagle Grove _ "~ C 'Stewart, Algona H_~RG Brandrup, Webster City RE Scantlebury, Hampton ~QB Weykey, Clarion LH i Torgerson, Humboldt ~ "~RH Towle, Hampton FB Coach Mercer's Line-Up. Coach Kenneth Mercer, of the Algona high school, offers the following selections: FIRST TEAM *Morris, Clarion At the Elmore Lutheran parsonage at noon on Tuesday Laura ble, decorated in silver and white Among guests were the Algona firemen and their wives. Mr. Anderson has been a member of .the fire department 38 years and chief for the last 15 years. The firemen presented to Mr. and Mrs. Anderson ten silver dollars, and other guests gave them $25 in silver. Enstern Stars Elect Officers- Officers of the O. E. S. were elected at a meeting at the Masonic Temple Tuesday evening: Mrs. ^George St. John, worthy matron; Mrs. Violet Benschoter, associate; M. J. McCall, worthy patron; D. D. Monlux, associate; Mrs. W. P. French, conductress, Mrs. W. G. McCullough, associate; Mrs. H D Hutchins, secretary; Mrs. Clara Keith, treasurer. Mrs. G. D. Stokes was elected member of the Temple board. At the meeting a silk flag was presented to the Temple from the W. R. C. Mrs. Earl Bowman Honored— A group of women took Mrs. Earl Bowman by surprise Saturday afternoon and helped her celebrate her 21st birthday anniversary. Bridge was played, and the 'high score was won by Mrs. Bowman, the travel prize by Mrs. Leo •Bui- loch. Lunch was served by the, hostesses, who were Mrs. Clarence Bowman and Mrs. Belloch. The guest of honor was formerly Vera Robison, Algona. Wesley Girl isT Bride— The Rev. A. H. Hueser, Baptist pastor, performed a marriage ceremony at his parsonage Monday for Raymond McMahon, Algona and Pearl Robinson, Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wooldridge were witnesses. Mr. McMahon is a farm hand, and his bride was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Robinson, Wesley. I). A. R. to Meet Tuesday— The D. A. R. meets next Tuesday tor a Christmas party at Mrs. P. V Janse's, Ella Thompson and Mrs C FACTS ON C( LOAN PROC AREREPO RN :SS ITED Secretary of County Board Discusses Details. Bv H. J. Bode. Scc'y Warehousing Board. Since everyone is anxious to know the particulars regarding the warehousing of corn at 45c, ,1 am giving some facts as follows: Monday morning we received a supply of blank producers' notes, which must accompany the ware, house receipts issued to borrowers These blanks are now in the hands of the seven sealers of the county We have also supplied the sealers with blank waivers, which some farmers may need to complete loans. Consult the Sealers. To apply for a. loan, take the Bank Deposit Insurance Is Discussed at Rotary — t - — — _ uuuk *j -.i_*c*t»J. »V) -r f^ r —— •» u*iv4 l?j.J. a, \j t Belle Eichhorn was married to Earl 'fr La Barre assisting hostesses. R. Eggesdal, the Rev. Mr. GJerde reading the ceremony. The couple were attended by Zella Eichhorn and Carolyn Egesdal, sister and brother respectively of the bride and bridegroom. The bride wore a light blue silk crepe dress trimmed in white. The event *°°fc place on the bridegroom's birthday anniversary. The new Mrs. Egesdal is a of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. , well know farmers south of Elmore. She was reared in the community, and is a graduate from the Elmore high school, also of the Brady & Rogers school at Minneapolis. She was employed at Minneapolis a year, and has been Mrs. Sylvia Gunn will be in charge of a Christmas program, and roll call will be answered with Christmas quotations. Each member is to take an article for relief work. Trinity Y. P. Officers Named— The Trinity Lutheran Y. P s met Tuesday night at the church and the usual educational hour was conducted by tihe pastor, the Rev. P. J. Braner. Officers were elected: president, Frieda (Paetz; vice Helmuth Huenhold; .secretarV, Gerald Steussy; treasurer, Emmet Beard; librarian, Gervaise Beard. Surprise for Justice~I)anson— Justice P. A. Danson was taken by surprise Saturday Mr. Egesdal is the son of Mr. and -. -, -.„.<„„ , u . Granguard, Clarion F ! MrSl Lars E S e sdal, six miles south- Kreiner, Hampton _~~~~ T ea !L° f ^ m ° Te ^ Hill, Eagle Grove _ T • wedding the newlyweds Bradford, Eagle Grove McClelland, Clarion Q Miller, Algona ~__c Seaberry, Hampton QB Bruns, Algona ~HB Sharp, Clarion "IlHB Wilcox, Eagle Grove I~FB SECOND TEAM Bob Post, Algona E "•Kennedy, Clarion . IE D. Post, Algona T Nagle, Clarion , II~T left immediately for a honeymoon at Des Moines, Jewell, Fort Dodge, Eagle Grove, and Vincent. Married 48 Years Ago— At Saunemin, Livingston county, 111., December 1, 1885, took place the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moulds, and last Thursday the anniversary of the event was quietly observed with a Thanksgiving dinner at the Moulds home, with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. E. Greene, of the Lukehard, Eagle Grove G!°oan neighborhood, and their eieht TJl 14*n*« A 1 ~_ _ _ ..t- IiJ . O* w Hilton, Algona *Langmade, Eagle Grove ___"__C Torgerson, Hampton QB Butler, Clarion HB •Sellstrom, Algona HB Fisher, Eagle Grove FB Selections which are the same as at Eagle Grove are indicated by a star. Coach Mercer did not see the Webster City team in play, so can not list selections there. A final all-conference team cannot be chosen till the records are completed and submitted. » Ex-Kossuth Pair Seek Separation in Wright Court In court news in last week's Eagle Grove Eagle it was reported that Braden Willard had begun a divorce action in the Wright county district court at Clarion for a divorce from his wife, Mildred Alice. The couple separated August 18, 1932. The Eagle said: "The suit is based on cruel and inhuman treatment; that the defendant has neglected her household duties." The couple were married Novem- 'ber 4, 1914, at Fenton, and Mrs. Willard's maiden surname was Gilbertson, her father having been A. G. Gilbertson. Mr. Willard is a son of F. M. Willard, who once farmed near Algona, but some years ago moved back to TYFEWBITEE CABBON AT THE ADVANCE Grove, and, it is there. Eagle believed, died There are four children: Frances, 18; Lewis, 16; 'Beroice, 13; Duane, 4. children as guests. Mrs. Greene is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moulds, and there are three other children: former Sheriff R. E. Moulds, now of Sioux City; Arthur, single, who saw army service in France and now lives in Oregon; and Mrs. F. R. Hopkins, Glendale, Calif., whose husband is a former district court clerk here. After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Moulds farmed in Illinois till 1896, when they moved to Carroll county, Iowa, and continued farming. They came here in 1910, and after eight years in (Plum Creek retired and moved to town. In 1920 they bought the former Frank Nicoulin home across the street south from the Central school" building and have lived there ever since. Hertula Wolf, Wesley, Weds— Hertula, daughter of Frank Wolf, and Clare, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wingert, were married at 8 o'clock last week Tuesday morning at Wesley. The ceremony was performed at the CatJholic church by the Rev. A. J. Wagener. The bride wore a blue silk velvet gown of floor length, with a small metallic hat. She carried a corsage bouquet of sweet peas and roses, and was attended by Rita Wingert. The new Mrs. Wingert is a graduate of the Wesley ihigh scfaool 1929, and of the Mankato business college. Mr. Wingert was attended by Harold Wolf, brother of the bride. Following the ceremony a wed- iing breakfast was served at the dome of the bride's father, after which tihe couple left for a we 3k of visits with friends and relatives at matter up with the sealer in your district. Decide approximately how nuch corn you are going to seal Remember, the guarantee of title rests with you. Therefore, if there are any liens, or other Just claims against your cribs of corn, get in ;ouch with the lien holders and get Iheir signatures on the producers' note, also the waivers that the sealer will demand. If the lien holders wish part of ihe proceeds of the loan, the prac- ical way for them is to notify the >ank which you are going to have landle the payment of your warehouse receipt.- When the questions of title and storage are settled no- 'ify your sealer, and your loan will hen be completed. Inspection Fee Charged. The sealer has authority to col- ect an inspection fee of one dollar at the start. This dollar he will dther return to the borrower, or a receipt for it will be attached to he warehouse receipt, which the >orrower can redeem when the warehouse receipt is cashed. The regular warehouse charges f the county warehouse board will e one-half cent a bushel. This will >e deducted by the bank which ashes the warehouse receipt and eposited to the credit of the board. The board is primarily responsi- le for the general success of this varehousing plan. All funds col- ected and disbursed will be report- d to the Secretary of Agriculture. Expense is Half Cent No one can exactly determine Just rhat the expense of warehousing nil be. Therefore, Kossubh Board o. 1-A has levied the one-half cent bushel, and funds not needed will e refunded to the borrower on the asis of bushels sealed. While I am not at present posi- ve that the expenses of the ware- ouse board will be, I know that all the material used has to be paid for when it arrives; and that we are going to have some office expense, and that the. sealers must be paid. We have engaged the sealers by the day. They are bonded and are responsible to the government as to judgment, and to the warehouse board for service and reports. Sealers Busy Men. From present indications the sealers are going to be ;busy, and. producers wishing loans will do well to have patience and not iriter- tere with the work or take up more R. H. Millet, president of the Iowa State bank, discussed the hew Olass-Steagall banking bill, passed at the special session of Congress last spring, 'before the Rotary club Monday, • ' Thi bill, Mr. Miller prefaced, was the result of the serious situation last March, wihen 'all banks were for a time closed by presidential decree. ' Mr. Miller based moat'of his remarks on the new insurance feature, by which deposits in banks which are members of the federal reserve system will be insured. Member banks, he said, now under the most strict regulation in order to make them eligible for membership. Applications of banks for membership are now being made througout the country in the Federal Reserve but nobody will know the results till after January 1. The insurance is not guaranteed by the government itself but by the federal reserve system, which means the member banks, but the government is placing at the disposal of_the federal reserve system for insurance purposes a fund of $150,000,000. Assessments are made Against member banks, from •time to time, if, as, and when needed and the revenue thus provided will go Into the guaranty fund. Large depositors will be insured up to 50 per cent of their deposits; deposits of $10,000 and up will be insured 76 per cent; .and deposits under $10,000 will be 100 per cent insured, The law is not based on the same principle as state guarantee laws have been; it insures deposits rather than guarantees •them. 'Regulations limit the activities of banks. Speculation in stocks as forbidden; amounts which can be loaned are limited; and there are many other restrictions. The law, which is long and complicated, has been printed in pamphlet form. Mr. Miller thinks the law is intended eventually to bring all banks under the wings of the federal reserve system. New banks cannot be organized without membership in the' system. Part of the law became effective when signed; other provisions will become effective January 1; and part will-not take effect till July 1, 1934. about Albert Mills, mouth, Cincinnati,< ••• OH. biggest Clirlstm -at the least shopping at ACADEMY'S BASKET BALL CARD LISTS MANY HOME GAMES The Academy's basketball schedule for the season has been released, as follows: BOYS Dec. 11—(Pocahontas, here. 'Dec. 22—Wesley, here. Jan. 7—Pocahontas, there. Jan. 9—Cylinder, here. Jan. 13—'Bancroft, there, two games. Jan. 19—Sacred Heart, Port Dodge, there. Jan. .23—Rodman, here. Jan. 26—Corpus Christi, Dodge, there. Jan. so—Wesley, there. •Feb. 1-^Livermore,. here, (Fort games. Feb. 4—Bancroft, games. iFeb. 9_Sacret Dodge, here. Feb. H5—Corpus Dodge, here. here, Heart, Christi, two two Fort Fort Feb. 20—Whittemore, .there. Feb. 23—'Livermore, there, two games. Feb. 25—'Whittemore, here. Where two games are scheduled both first and second teams will play. There are nine home games, and seven away. Emmetsburg will also be scheduled for a convenient date. GIRLS Dec. 8—Lu Verne, there. Dec. 11—(Pocahontas, here. Dec. 22-^Vesley, here. Jan. 7-^Pocahontas, there. Jan. 9—Cylinder, here. Jan. 23—(Rodman, here. Jan. 30—-Wesley, there Feb .20—Whittemore, there. Feb. 25—Whittemore, here be five home time than is necessary. The 'board wishes to express appreciation for fine cooperation it has had so far. While we had many more worthy applications for sealers, we were instructed to name only a limited number. A great majority of applications came too late to be considered, at the organ ization nreetine, and others were FORMER IRVINGTON GIRL, 69, IS DEAD 'News has been received of the death Sunday, November 19, of Luella Andruss Dilts, former Algona- Irvmgton girl, at her home at Randolph, near Council Bluffs Council Bluffs. P i i ts '. wh <> was the only Other Society. Lucille Maleug, who has been pp j* Nemaha ' resigned last week, and has come home to make preparations for her marriage later this month. The Cresco Embroidery club will have a Christmas party at Mrs George Hackman's, south of town' next week Wednesday. A monthly meeting of the W r T. U. will be held nelt Tuesday af- ° h ° me Because of the Santa Glaus parade today, the Methodist Aid meeL ths afternoon at 2:30 instead of at M -' Sl M ' Merri 't's divis will »- ' will be in charge. Godden dinner TEN SAILORS HERE ATTEND REUNION Former sailors-and marines in Iowa had their first reunion, known as the "dog watoh," at tine Savery hotel Sunday. The attendance numbered 350. Honor guests were Rear Admiral W. T. Cluverius, Capt. Waldo Evans, retired, Gov, Clyde <L Herring, and iDwieat N. Lewis, mayor of Des Moines. There was a banquet at 6 p. m. "Skipper" Frank Miles, editor of the Iowa Legionnaire, introduced the honor guests . , " - * -**v-.i*i4o at o:iii/ oinner last week Wednesday evening The evening was spent at bridge' and ntfha** nrnv««~ O c Wllll games. The Baptist Aid meets this afternoon with Mrs. John'Urch; assist- Blkin °w 8 ? 8t Mesdames Elkm, W. Bowman, and Clark. The Congregational I/. O A class will hold a bake sale at the af n te™ S oon meat "^ tomorrow The Presbyterian Helping Hand society meets with Mrs. C. F. Specht tomorrow afternoon instead of today. A Presbyterian public supper i,,:n t — —r v"unt supper will be served Saturday, December 16. Doan Women Will Give Play Friday The Doan Aid will give a play at the church this week Friday evening, entitled Donated by the Ladies' Aid. Characters are: hostess, Beryl Moyer; gossip, Etfliel Johnson: nervous young wife, Viva Hoover: pleasant and agreeable, RuthBolie; willing worker. Pearl Asa; young wire, Bessie Bussy; sarcastic person Florine Hood; born manager, rearl Ijiiox; young mother, Fern Young; inquisitive person, Mary Olsen; minister's wife, Jessie Jain. Admissions will be 10 and 16c, witb a talk. . reputed in the Navy, gave Admiral Oluverius is charge of the ninflh naval district which comprises nine mid-western states, with headquarters at the Great Lakes. Attending the event from Kossuth were Helmer Hanson, (Bode; M. A. and F. E. 'Bartholomew Harold Stephenson, V. V. Naudain Ernst Thiel, H. p. Clapsaddle, Glen Raney, Clayton Palmer, and E H Wray, Algona, all members of service organizations, having served under the flag as sailors. Navy day next year has been set for the next reunion. Leroy McWhorter Wed Laat Week at_E«thervil!e Announcement is made of the marriage last week Wednesday at the Presbyterian manse, Estherville, of Leroy McWhorter, Osage and Mrs. Mattie Gill Demaray Terril. The Rev. Dr. A. C. Bailey performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs McWaorter will live at Osage. Mr. McWhorter, who is a brotiher of Ellis McWhorter, Algona, was for many years a prominent Portland township farmer. During the last few years he has lived at Osage, where he is operating 'his own gas and oil station. His iirst wife died a.t Osage, a few years ago. ... --- * ••«•* »»**ij me only child of Zebina and Amanda An- drass, was born at Morenci, Mich June 2, 1865, and three yea^s later' her parents moved to Kossuth, county. She was a niece of Doctor Armstrong, pioneer Irvington physician, and her family livid on the present E. R. Mawdsley farm which they sold to Mr. and Mrs A P hen the ^sses left here,' n»n ere, Luella was educated in the Al gona public schools, and later at tended State Teachers college Troubled temporarily with her BABY, WHOOPING COUGH VICTIM, IS BURIED HERE 'Britt, Dec. 5—Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schmidt, northeast of Britt, mourn the loss of their 9-montihs daughter Carol last Thursday. Whooping cough was the cause of death. The baby was taken to Algona Saturday for burial, withi services being conducted by the Rev. Mr. Carlson, of the Algona Presbyterian churdh, at the Laird & McCullough funeral home. Burial was in the Algona cemetery. , The child is survived by her parents, brother Alvin, two sisters, Mildred and Naomi, and the grandparents on both, sides, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hawkins, Sexton, and Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt, Algona. There are also two great-grandmothers, Mrs. Mary Eyth, Sexton, and Mrs. Paulina Starosky, Algona. The baby was taken to an Algona doctor last week Wednesday, and was taken home the same night. It did not improve during the night, and the parents started back to Algona with it next morning, but it died on the way. Want Ads EXPERIENCED GIRJL WANTS housework—Box 106, Algona. p!2 FOR SALE—'NEW JERSEY White Giant cockerels.—R. H. Ortman, Burt - lOplS-14 THREE FALL AND 'ONE SPRING Poland China boars.—C. M. Umsted, Lone Rock. 10pl2-14 HAMPSHIRE MALE HOGS FOR sale.-i.ewis Olson, 16 miles south on 169. _Ul>12-13 FOR SALE — DUROC JERSEY boars. Cholera immune.—A. C. Bjustrom, Whittemore. 10pl2-13 FOR SALE OR TRADE—2-year-old Poland pliina boar, $10; one bay mare.-—Clinton Sampson. I6pl3 ^"fl WANTED — OFFICE WORK~as clerk. Graduate of H. S. and business course.—Call Advance. 13pl3 POLAND CHINA BOARS FOR sale. Cholera immune, $12.50 each.—Roy Wiseman, Wesley. 18plO-lS HAVE A COAL RANGE FOR SALE —This range is in excellent shape, used very little.-<!all Ad- ance. "OR SALE—REAL GOOD „„,„„shire yearling boars. Also 3 or 4 =Pnng Hampshire .boars. — Mike j>ss. phone 18F 12. i 6p i3 attended the state school evs Jf^-'JS* «2*.-S later re_ She was married June 30 1896 tr> moved to Council Bluffs to be her. parents near 2 Livermore Banks to Pay Dividends ment the People's Savings, .. > K'l.Ml.C Qit V L™' °' M .- W.WM1 WANTED — iHATCHERY FLOCKS in most all varieties except W —F rite Hamilton Hatch: ery, Bancroft. 14ul3tf FOR SALE—SOME PUREBRED Hampshire spring boars; also ° n « yearling and a two-year^-old.— C. C. Baas, West Bend WANT TO BORROW—$1500~ON urst mortgage security on Algona home worth MSOO.-Address e>i care Advance. «.in_i<> g-11-1 or- R , b «»s, ready for service,5 All °£? tz ' 9 miles *»*»we 8 of Algona. Phone Lone Rock, 3315. 20g FOR SALE—20 POLAND CHINA m . boars .' Holstein bull calves. Teh miles north, ^ miles east of Syrea H. W. POST i Bray and Transfer ! ST8RAGEOFALLKINDS i Long Distance Hauling. ; Every load insured ; against loss and damage of all kinds. Equlp- ; pea to do all kinds ol ; hauling and draying. PHONE 80g Algona, Iowa »•••»»• "A Specialized ^Insurance Serrice* ALGONA C. B. AGENCY Door *"** of ,0 State Bank JUST ONE FEATU1 OF THE NEW PORCELAIN FRIGID/ No sticking ice trays if your frigeracor is a Frigidaite. IV trays,,release automatically it I touch of a finger. And the Super Series aires are lifetime poiceli inside and out. Interiors i trically lighted. There's M food space in the same cabinet. Defrosting is auta Shelves are adjustable to ; height. There are double drators and a cold storage partment. The new All-Porcelain aires are the finest ever You'll agree when you see I Why not come in—today? fflGIJl A GENERAL MOTOBS NO PAYMENTS UNTIL NEXT SNN Small down paymeil will deliver to ] door. No interest or 1 menU this winter, GET IN ON THIS WOWf FUL DEAL FOR Christmas] Greater v»lue«. Bjustroi Phone 520,

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