Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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PBCBMBER 14, 1933. KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA COAL t*"' j • THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FUEL Ve Have the good coals that you need. lamp coal at $7.50 per ton and up. Call us for good service. bstord Lumber Company phone 256. JIM POOL, Mgr. Full and Complete Line of PIPES-CIGARS-CIGARETTES For Christmas The Hub Recreation METHODISTS AT WESLEY PLANSUPPER Wesley, Dec. 12—Quarterly conference will be held at the Metho- HsL church this Friday evening. The Aid will serve a Christmas sup- 1'or, hoBlnnlng at 5:30. The confer- cnco will convene at 7:30, and at Its conclusion, Dist. Supt. \V. G. Muhloman will show moving pictures which 'he took of the Century oC Progress exposition. Twenty- four younpr people attended an Bp J worth League rally ami social at the church Saturday evening, and the Hev. and Mrs. McNulty were present. Refreshments were served in tho basement. The Methodist Sunday school will give Its Christmas program here Sunday evening, Oecember 24; at Sexton Saturday evening, December 23. Plan Church Supper Friday— A committee ot the Methodist Aid meets with the 'chairman, Mrs. Kraus, Monday evening, to complete plans for the supper to be given lit the church this week Friday evening. The folllowlng Items have been decided upon thus far: Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, brown gravy; buttered carrots; olives In heel cups, buns, salad, jelly; Eng llsh plum pudding with lemon sauce; coffee. Decorations will be small trees and red and green streamers. The New 1934 Ford V-8 Model Announced fleflnements In the design of the radiator and hood and more luxurious Interiors feature the appearance of the new Ford V-8 for 1934. The de luxe Tudor Is shown above. Dual down draft earburetlon and dual Intake manifold give the engine greater power, the car Increased pickup and speed. A clear-vision body ventilation system also Is Introduced In the new Fords. It's not 'Baloney,' says Dr. Vieetellf Dr. Frank H. Vizetelly, the lexicographer, says "baloney" is East Side slang in New York City, and he doesn't think it'll get into the dictionary just because Al Smith referred to "baloney" dollars. So this week you can get bargains with any kind of dollars at— Algona's Finest Food Store December is "national" Monarch coffee month. MONARCH COFFEE Is served by the best hotels in Chicago. Purchase some today at a new low price for this month. YOU COULDN'T BUY A BETTER COFFEE AT $1.00 A POUND 1 ib. Package 25c PUBLIC SALE it the Riddle Sale Pavilion in Algona, 'cast of Northwestern * tracks SATURDAY, DEC, 16, AT 1:30 O'CLOCK SHARP J We are listing stuff every day and at this time we cannot I 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, Singer sewing machine, extra ta| yes and chairs of all' kinds. One Kimfoall piano. Also we are listing a quantity of other furniture. International feed grinder, 10-Sn. burr, with elevator. , Also some springing cows and other live stock. Some good boars, all breeds. Ten head of bred ewes to come in last of March. Bring what you have to sell and buy what you want. If you || are looking for furniture or stock come and make this your sale. • ' Terms are cash. No property removed until settled for. C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer PHONE 79 W, F, M, S, AT FENTON MEETS FOR PROGRAM Club Studies Cartooonlsts— I Fenton, Dec. 12—The W. F. M. S. The study club met with Mrs. met last week Thursday at the Aldrlch last Thursday, and consld-1 church, Mrs. E. Weisbrod In charge ered American Cartoonists under of the devotionals. The lessdn sub- the leadership of Mrs. Alfred Erd- i eot wa » The Oriental Woman. Mrs. man. The club will hold a Christ- Goetsch read A Public Health m;us party at Mra. Ammon Lease's Nurse in Judea. The following next week Thursday. Christmas ca- Kin s's. Herald members presented rols will be sung, and a program of * dialogue: Edith Wolfe, Ruth Bspe, duets and readings given. The mem- Geneva Glaus, Dora Glaus, Betty bera will exchange gifts, and suit- Jean Schwartz, Lavonne Newel able refreshments will be served by Phyllis Snyder, Phyllis McFall, Ethel Weisbrod, Betty Ann Meyers, and Helen Geronsin. Mrs. R. C. Goetsch the hostess. Plans Children's Christinas Party—I an <l Mrs - A - H - Meyers sang a duet The Legion Auxiliary will meet Edward Lindsey and Eugene Newe at tho hall this week Friday after- P'^yed a cornet duet, and Robert noon and, sew carpet rags. These Schwartz, Edw. "ntoey. and Ku Box Chocolates I.W1L U-llth. ^«W ^tt*L t'\s\. *W{3*J> A...WM-' 1 , T , will be sent at once to headquart-1 sene Newel^a cornet fcto Hostesses ers, together with magazines. The next regular meeting will be held Friday evening December 22, Mrs. Ruth Carman, hostess. World's Fair Movies Shown— Moving pictures by the Lyman Coolay Travel Talk company, on the Century o£ Progress exposition were shown in the school assame- bly room Monday afternoon. They were much enjoyed by persons who attended the Fair, and others who did not. Attends Chicago Stock Show— Ben. Studer, well-known stock raiser, attended tho Internationoal Stock show at Chicago from Friday, December 1, to last week Tuesday. Feather Party Next Week— The Legion will hold its second feather party Wednesday evening December 20. One was 'held Tuesday evening, November >28. Three Babies Are Baptized Sunday at St. Joe's Church Bnlk Dates They're fresh 3 Ibs. 25c Dried Prunes Lrg. and sweet 2 Ibs. 25c Orange Juice Monarch No. 1 tins, ea. lOc of two boys and three girls, aaby was oapilzed Dorothy H. P. Weisbrod and Mrs Newel. p. T. A. Has Pragrom— A. P. T. A. meeting- was held las week Monday night at the hig] school auditorium; program: piano solo, Lavonne Newel; mixed chorus, high school; one-act play, Planning a Banquet for the Husbands, cast—' Mesdames E. A. Weisbrod, E. W- Ruske, E. C. Weisbrod, O. H, Graham, J. T. Snyder, and F. p. Newel; readings by Hadley Bailey and Mary Ann Bohn. Farm Bureau Women Meet— The Independance township, Palo Alto county, woman's Farm Bureau had a follow-up meeting at Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn's Friday. Mrs. H. Meyers had charge of a lesson on toys and gift suggestions. There were 21 persons in atten- 3 Pound Boxes . . . $100 5 Pound Boxes . . . $1.50 These high grade assorted chocolates put up in lovely Christmas boxes. Also 1 Ib. Julia King extra special—pack- J4 QQ ed in beautiful silvered boxes & ' •**** Lusby'sDrugStore Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward visited Mrs. Ward's sister, Mrs. Fred Smith, at Waterloo, from Friday to Sunday. The Roy Shermans and Charles Kei-rinses visited at the parental home, Gene Loebig's, Sunday. Henry Funnemark and his son, Julius, visited Henry's brother-in- law, Knute Flom, at Waterville, Minn., from last week Wadnesday to Friday. Knute is a brother of Ole Flom, and formerly ived here. Members of the Lester Larson family were dinner guests Sunday I of Mrs. Peter .Skow. The Lester Leases, Mrs. Ammon Lease and Isabel Kerrlns were at ast week Tuesday. To Our Customers: It is the desire of the Directors and Officers to so operate this bank and so invest its funds that t.be deposits of its customers will be absolutely sate and immediately available at any time upon request. In keeping with this plan it has been decided to discontinue, for a time at least, issuing interest bearing time certificates of deposit from ana ai- ter this date, December 12, 1933. Outstanding Certificates of Deposit will be paid as they ma ture together with interest to date of m . at ™:No renewals will be written for outstanding certificates, After January 1, 1934, and until further notice, no interest will be paid on Savings account. bai . ances in excess of $200. In order Pnf.^ * furnish, children with a place to deposit MW^ savings and to encourage the habit of thrift, w terest at the rate of 2 %% per annum will be Paid oa Savings balances of $200 or less. Iowa State Bank ALGONA Mason City The Mesdartjep. Henry Kunz and John Hutcliinsdh were at Mason City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker and Raymond visited Mrs. Walker's brother, Lester Lease, Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury and dance. Mrs. August Sorenson and Mrs. W- Offenstein were hostesses. Lutheran Aid Elects Officers— The Lutheran Aid met last week Wednesday at St John's church and elected officers: Mrs. "H. E. Reimers, president; Mrs. W, V. Yager, vice; Mrs. Edward Mitchell, treasurer; Ms. R. W- Kabelitz, secretary. Mrs. Paul Nemitz was hostess. S. S. Class Has party— The Rev. Mr. Reyman's Sunday school class of young men and women held a juvenile party at the Methodist church last week Wednesday night. Mr. Reyman is superintendent of the Seneca schools. Legion-Aux Benefit Party— The Legion post and the Auxiliary unit gave a benefit card party in the Legion rooms last week Wednesday night, Mrs, H. H. Widdel. won the high score; Mrs. James "Mueller, the consolation. Other Fenton News Mrs. W- P- Weisbrod and her son Lester returned early last week St. Joe, Dec. 12— The infant! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James' Jecker was baptized Anette Mae in St. Joseph's church Friday. Sponsors were Mrs. Nick Phillips, maternal grandmother, and George Becker Sr. paternal grandfather. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur "llg lost wr-ek Wednesday, a daughter. This makes the Illgs a family The Ann Sunday in St. Joseph's church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zlemet. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Bormann became parents of a girl last week Wednesday. They now have three girls. Stella Bormann, R. N. is caring for mother and child. The baby was baptized Luella Mary Sunday in St. Joseph's church. Sponsors were Mrs. Anton Becker and Peter Kirsch. Friendly Club Has Program— The Friendly club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. J. B. Me Nelll, and Mrs. C. R. Schoby was assisting hostess. Mrs. R. V. Fitch and Mrs. Rob't Casey had charg of the entertainment, which consis ted of singing and story telling. Mrs C. R. Schoby told of the Schobj trip to the World's Fair. Refresh ments were served at the close. Th ndxt meeting will be at Mrs. Jac Devine's, with Mrs. Wm. Metze assisting. Parish Card Party Held— There was a card party, in the S Joseph parish hall last week Fri day night. A large crowd attende and there were 20 tables of "500 and ..10 tables of bridge in play. Be tha Thul and Peter Becker wo high scores at "500", and Mr. an Mrs. Theodore Wagner won hig •idge scores. Mrs. John Becker ad charge of the committee serv- ig lunch. Graham Crackers, first quality, 2 Ibs. Oranges, large size Florida's Mor-Juice, dozen A special sweet juicy orange. 25c 25c /orn Sealer is Kept Busy— C. R. Schoby, official corn sealer, as been very busy the past week r so measuring and sealing cribs f corn for farmers in this commun- y, Matt Hllbert was the first here o seal. The majority of the farm- rs here who have surplus corn are lanning on getting the loan. llnner Honors Visitor- Susie Zlemet entertained a few rlends at Sunday dinner In honor f Lucille Simon, of St. Benedict; vho has been visiting her. Lucille eturned to her home Sunday night. Other St. Joe. Mrs. Adolph Fuhrman, Mrs. Joseph Kupper and son Mike, Mrs. 'red Schad and son Joe and Richard Roberer returned last week from Plainvlew, Minn., after several days visit'there with relatives. Irene Geishecker and a school teacher friend, Mary Caspar, of Rolfe, spent the week end with Irene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Geishecker. Mrs. Lucy Wagner and sons Or ; ville accompanied -Mrs. A. L. Schiltz and son Lawrence, of Bancroft, to Emmetsburg a week ago Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud entertained a number of relatives and friends at a house party last week Friday night. Lunch was served. The Conrad Kohlhaas family and Mr. and Mra. Bernard Devine were Sunday guests at John B. Redlng's. Theodore Schroeder, of Wesley, bpent Tuesday at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. Mary Sweeney, of "West Bend, is assisting at the Mike Kisch "home. Borden's Cheese Limburger Brick American Try Chateau It spreads Christmas Mix Candy, 2 Ibs. Grapefruit, seedless, 6 for GOLD MJBDAL FLOUR ...Z5C 25c "It's Kitchen Tested" SEE THE HOBMEL'S THEATER Off DISPLAY A real gift for the kiddies. Nuts, Candies, Fruits, Christmas Trees BASKET GROCERY This Store Closed All Day Christmas and New Year's. Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, December 1, 1933— City council met in regular session on this day at the cify hall, and among other things allowed the following bills: ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary ___ '$ 145.00 Leo Bellock, salary 104.00 H. W. Post, frt. and dray- G. F. Specht, expense C. W. A. • Botsford Lumber" Co., mdse. >Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil Laing & Muckey, mdse. __ Laing & Muckey, mdse. __ GENERAL FUND •Frank Green, salary H. A. Van Alstyne, salary H. A. Van Alstyne, salary Leo Bellock, salary 25.00. F. W. Green, dogs Walter Gorman, salary __- 120.00 Tom Halpin, salary 120.00 H. B. Stephenson, salary _ 115.00 Ray Barton, salary 115.00 C. C." Wright, salary 70.00 Adah Carlson, salary 125.00 Grapho Products Co., mdse 17-73 Southern Minnesota Supply Co., mdse. __i___ 6.99 Great Stuff Products Co., nidse, • 8.30 Hughes Brothers, mdse. — 15.00 Mend-It Supply Co., mdse. 2.83 Johnson Oil Refining Co., Frank Green, collecting _ Tom Akre, rent :_-____ James Burns et al, police. Pestotnik Oil Co., kerosene Auditor of State, audit — Jesse Umbenhower, care of dump — Haggard & Waller, proceedings Jesse Lashbrook, salary — Jesse Lashbrook, salary •Elliott Skilling, man and team been Clara, Carroll, came last week Tuesday to visit at John Amesbury's. Mrs. Amesbury reurned home last Thursday; Clara remained. The Methodist Aid will meet with Mrs. McNulty, pastor's wife, next week Wednesday afternoon. Everybody invited. A 15-cent lunch will be served. Mra. Rose and Burton Benner Mason City, accompanied by hei sister-in-law, Llla Benner, Corwith, called upon Rose's relatives here "phillip Walker, Shaller, was here on business connected with his farm over the week-end. He was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts. The Congregational Sunday school Is busy preparing its Christmas program, which will probably be given the evening of December 2o. George Seftberg, Elrod, S. E for home Saturday. He had husking corn here since September. Peter Seaberg is his uncle. Mr and Mrs. Guy C. Giddings and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Burt, visited Wesley relatives Sunday. C. G. Rentz, Burt, Falls From Tree Burt, Dec. 18-O. «• R f nt 5'^ is 80 years old, fell nearly 20 feet from a tree from which, he was cut- [nT a limb Saturday afternoon. The limb struck him, knocking him U> the ground. One of his legs was crushed just above the ankle and the bone broken. Car Damaged in Ditch. Lone Rock, Dec. 12-Alton Pettit's car was somewhat damagea Sit week Wednesday night, when ISfSSffSSSSS^ hitting a horse. Hildreth was not injured. from New Market,'where they spent | gas ^ O ji 240.24 Thanksgiving with the former's ODuro Test Corp., mdse 22.50 daughter, Mrs. F, J. Worrell. They, w . g. jjott Co., mdse. • 2.85 also visited the Henry Filers, Coun-' De L av al Separator Co., cil Bluffs. . I mdse. 7-47 The A. R. Meyers and the L. J. .Leignton Supply Co., mdse 16.28 Weisbrods were 6 o'clock dinner ( Malleable Iron lange Co., guests of the Kern Elericks, Whit- Itemore, last Thursday. The dinner •was In honor of Mr. Elerick's birthday anniversary. mdse. 265.29 •Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse "7.63 Cooktite Ring Sales Co., Mrs. W. T. Ohm was hostess to^ mdge her bridge club Saturday, Mrs. F. West i ngh ouseTElectric Sup- 34.65 18.96 9.20 59.60 25.32 2.02 3.50 108.00 54.00 54.00 3.00 . 29.75 10.42 6.50 5.04 370.5ft 10.00 18.35 75.00 30.00 90.30 Elliott Skilling, man and team 38.40 Willard Gregson, man and team —i 73.6C George Gunder, labor — 73.8( Frank Skilling, labor 69.6( Oliver Bakken, labor '51.3( Oliver Bakken, labor 12.01 Louis Hagg, labor 13.51 H. W. Post, frt. and dray. R. E. Coleman, gravel — Wm. McMahon, labor Christensen Bros., mdse. _ LANE'S Cedar Chests Give them to brides; give them to fastidious housekee p e r s, give them to young girls who are planning their hope chests. This is an exceptional value for Christmas gift buyers only $12,50 TO S35 J. Weisbrod won the high, score, i Mrs. Everett Dreyer the travel! jrlze, and Mrs. O. R. consolation. I The Hook & Needle club was entertained at Mrs, S. E. Straley's last week Wednesday night, and Mrs. F. P. Newel was hostess to her Sewing Ch-cle the same afternoon. Lester Weisbrod, of the Weisbrod Implement company, left Monday for Moline, to attend an implement dealers meeting 1 Tuesday and Wednesday. The Charles Theesfelds,- Armstrong, the Clarence Theesfelds, and Elma Krueger were entertained at Henry Theesfeld's Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Waite, Mrs. J. A. Meuller, and a Miss Rockwell, Seneca, we're .entertained at Mrs.= G. W. Newel's Saturday evening. The Clarence Weisbrods, Ringsted the Elmer Weisbrods, and the B. A. Weisbrods were Sunday guests at E. C. Weisbrod's. J. F. Newel, of the Newel hard- war company, was a business visitor at Des Molnes last week Tuesday. The Mark Simmons family and the Harve Rlgleys, Fairmont, were Sun day guests at Albert Wolfgram's. A. P. Peterson returned last Thursday from Des Molnes, where he visited relatives two weeks. Nettie Weisbrod, Matilda Kressin and Margin Klelnhexal were Mason ply Co., mdse. 293.33 Standard Oil Co., gas and oil 4-24 General. Electric Corp., mdse. 22.4ft 36.00 9.7 .7 62.4 OTHEB GIFT ITEMS Lamps Occasional Tables Occasional Chairs Smoking Stands Ladies' Desks Wall Cabinets Kelvinator Refrigerators Living Room Suites Supply 1.47 Co., Security Petroleum gas, oil 940,55 C. M. St. P. & P. B'y, frt on gas, oil ___ 991.13 Collector of Internal Revenue, tax St. Joe M and Mrs. John Thul and Mrs. Wagnt-r spent Thursday at Nick Eischen's near ,' Thllges purchased a new Chevrolet sedan last week from it 1 "garage in Algona. JUU u ~»<» "ought a new Sandwich com sheller last week. B VW trucked from Peoria, lu., 134.26 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. 3.20 Tire Service Co., repairs— 4.46 Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse. — 1.31 K. iD. James, mdse. 1-05 Ralph Elbert, repairs 4.10 Pratt Electric Co., mdse— 69.00 H. W. Post frt. and dray— 18.40 H. W. Post frt. f6r P--D M Steel Co. 12.46 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 37,8 Nelson Hardware Co., mdse. Kent Motor Co., mdse. — Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. Clapp's Master Service __ Deldutch Super Service, mdse. , J. W. 'Speraw, repairs Ralph Elbert, repairs Tire Service Co., repairs _ W. C. Bowman, repairs __ George Hansen, repairs — Foster Furniture Co. Everything for the Home City visitors Saturday. The Alvin KJuss family, Gait ispent the week-end at the F. C Kluss home. The Rev. R. W. Kabelitzes were entertained Sunday at Robert Voefr tier's. ' Selmar Scare returned la?t Thursday from a week at Radcliff e. Jour Cars of Sheep Sold. Burt, Dec. 12—O, W. Patterson took two more carloads ot sheep to. Chicago Saturday. iSeiiator Q. W.j Patterson. &iwe4 two losds to, Waterloo the'sasie day, I Earl R'y Express Agency, express A. L. Amunson, repairs __ 4.08 .25 48.82 !. J. Backus, P. M;i envelopes G. B. Harris et al, refund deposit 10.09 Ernst Thiel, meter reading 21.53 !resco Union Electric Co., sign — Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 2.50 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 14-00 Am. Check Writer Co., mdse. 46.00 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 65.00 •Frank Ostrum, salary — 115.00 Hesley & Johnson, gas and oil Champlin Refining Co., gas and oil _ Algona Marketing Co., gas and oil - Elbetr Garage, gas and oil N: W. Bell Tel. Co., service P. S. Norton & Son, mdse. F. S. 'Norton & Son, mdse. George Holtzbauer, mdse.- FERE FUND C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 Kohlhaas Bros. Garage, mdse. Clapp's mdse. Master Service, 5.10 16.95 2.50 Harry Barton, salary 111.00 (Laura Mitchell, salary -- 96.00 Iowa Machinery & Supply Co., mdse. Crane Co., mdse. 178.20 Wigman Co., mdse. 61.47 Pittsburgh - Des Moines Steel Co., mdse 11200.00 MoCord Radiator & Mfg. Co., oadse. Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 'SWIMMING POOL FUND Algona Steam I<aundry, laundry ----------- -— Kennedy & Parsons, mdse. 24.00 CITY IMPROVEMENT FUND Iowa State Bank, bond and coupon ___ ____________ 1026.26 SIEWER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary - ----- 26.Qv BJ iL. Palmer et al, labor. 177.60 Helberg's Garage, labor ~ .75 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. 1.33 C. (0. Chubb, engineering— 60.00 Roy Davis, labor Clapp's Master Service, t labor labor ,. r .,. 8.95 48.82 97.50 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. 9-30 George Holtzbauer, mdse.. 5.85 C. F. SPBCKT, Mayor. Attfst: ADA!? CApJJSQN,. ' City Clerk, •)' lt\ I CHRISTMAS CHEER and HAPPINESS I Can be yours with a home heated warm and <K)igfgrfe»'||| able with our coal, ' < Hi Call 239 for Coal Satisfaction. F. S. Nor ton & Soi

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