Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 4, 1934 · Page 5
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JANUARY 4, 1984. ALGONA iBUILOING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Inc. 1917 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 11,000,000.00 THIS ASSOCIATION has alway aid regular dividends of not les Ihan 6 per cent on installmen ares. And 5 per cent on paid u shares. ASSETS OTEB $188,000 OVER FOUR HUNDRED account holding shares in association. UNUSUAL SAFETY through con ervatively appraised city real es ate loans is your security. LOANS ARE first mortgage loans educing each month and fully in Bured. INVESTMENTS in Building & an shares can be made at any in any amount. Your earnings start.at once. OUR ASSOCIATION is state su- Ipervised and is a member of the [Federal Home Loan Bank. We Invite Inquiries. ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION 7 North Dodge St. C. R. LA BARHE, Setfy. [Let's Get Acquainted! I Our Algona service station is [ carrying a full line of high | grade gasoline and oils. El[ reco gas and Paraland motor oil. Let us explain our customer- ownership. Why not get a j dividend in return for buying | your gas and oil at our sta- I tion. The customers own the I company and share the pro- I fit K. & H. COOPERATIVE OIL CO. Across from Algona Hotel. Peerless Coal Extremely high in heat and very.low in ash. We know | you'll like PEERLESS coal. [Our Peerless users are our | best advertisements. Botsford Lumber Company Home of Peerless Coal Phone 256 Jim Fool BUS FARES LOWER 2 C PER MILE AND LESS FAKES FEOM ALGONA TO | Minneapolis, (Minn. ___&l5 Omaha. Neb. 4.10 Mason ,City, Io w » „__ 1,30 ' gPencor, Iowa ... i Waterloo, Iowa I Bochegter, Minn. ____, „*„ C«dar lUpidg, Iowa--_4.00 ite. lu i Ci fc*o,- «.W — <-„. 8.15 H.T. 97.40 7.40 1.00 6.25 640 7.45 18.55 0.40 LINES Bus Depot Alg«na Hotel, Phone 869 HIDES AND FUR Full market price paid for W4es and fur, Closed season pn muskrats. JoeGreenberg ^ as *^B^5SBaBSSS 666 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Congregation Flees When Building Joists Crack FLOOR OF BURT C U IN 1CH GIVES )ER WEIGHT Burt, Jan. 2—/The parting of a Joist which supported the floor of the Methodist church created con eiderable excitement and made necessary to postpone a Christmas program which was about to toegin a week ago Saturday evening. After the first jar, someone wen to the basement, and, returning re ported no danger; but soon a sec ond and much worse Jolt came which caused dust to arise from th< furnace. Someone then yelle< "fire," and many hastened out, >bu the bulk of the audience remained There was propalbly little actua danger, for the (basement extends under only part of the building, the rest of the floor being only two or ihree feet from the ground. It was lot deemed advisable, however, to try and give the program. The accident occurred because support had dropped out some time jefore and had not been replaced The Joist did not break, tout separate where it was Joined together md let the floor sag nine inches Repairs were made immediately and the program was given on the following Sunday during the Sunday school hour. Collegians Here for Holidays— Among college students who spent the Christmas vacation at home were Paul Krietoe Jr. Drake; Wendell Patterson, Ames; Siner Morness, Helen Thompson, Dean Clapsaddle, George Graham and Grover Fairbanks, Coe; ,Raemond Koestler and Clarence Schrader, Cedar Falls; Marilda Pratt Iowa City; and Arthur Mitchell, o- Morningside. Schools Reopened Yesterday— The schools here will be reopenet Wednesday of this week after ) ;en day vacation. The teacher;, went home: Charlotte Warrior, to Blocktpn; Alice Eighme, to Shan non City; Mildred Anderson, to Wilford; S. J. Fardal, to Stanhope Condit Bowie, to Zearing. Methodist Choris Gives Cantata— A large crowd attended a Christmas cantata, The World's Redeemer, given toy the Methodist church clioir, last week Sunday evening. It was directed by Mrs. C. E. Hammer, Lucile Sewick at the piano. Epworth League Goes Sleighing— The Epworth Leaguers had t sleigh, ride last Thursday' evening after which they had an oyster stew in the church dining room. Lodges Plan Joint Installation— The I. O. O. F. and Rebekah edges will hold Joint installation this week Thursday evening after a Rebekah meeting. Grab-bag Party is Given— The Fortnightly club had a Christmas gralb-bag party at Mrs. Ray Dremmel's last week Wednes- Algona Girl Is Leading In Titonka Popularity Contest day. Other Burt News. W. J. Davison returned last week Wednesday from Malvern, where he md spent a few days with, '.his son, Prank. His daughter Irma also spent her vacation there. She eaches at Bradgate. The J. P. Stows spent Christmas with their son, Dr. Perry L. Stow, and daughter, Mrs. Parrish, at Newton. Another daughter, Mrs. Byron Zimmerman, Goshen, Ind., met them there. iLorena and Myrtle Schwietert, of D&s Moines, spent Christmas with heir parents/Mr, and Mrs. William Schwietert, Clara Schwietert, Doliver teacher, also spent the vaca- ion at home. O. P. and the D. <L. McDonalds were over-Christmas guests of Mrs. D. "L. McDonald's parents at Willmar, Minn. Mrs. McDonald and her ittle daughter remained for a long- r visit. Kussell Chipman arrived last 'hursday from East on, Wash., where he has been doing forestry work. He went to Ames Saturday o do emergency forestry work. Over Christmas guests at Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's included W. F. rtain, Cedar Rapids, the (Fred ilains, Grundy Center, and Mrs. 'ohn Blumendahl, Alton. Aleeda Toebben, Chicago, spent he Christmas week-end with her mother, Mrs. Anna Toetoben. Mr. and Mrs. Olof Olson, Elmore, also pent Christmas there. The Martin Gries family spent ast week with Swea City relatives. Durward Neitzel had charge of the hell oil station during their absence. The H. W. Trainers returned last r eek Tuesday from Sparta, Wis., here they visited over Christmas •ith Mrs. Trainer's parents. Mrs. L. L. Clement, Ames, and er daughter Jane spent last week ith Mrs. Clement's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. C. H. Blossom. Leo Vinaas, Geneva, 111,, and a riend, Minnie Friedman, Batavia, ere over-Christmas visitors at the A, L, Vinaas home. Winsome Volentine, Sanborn eacher, spent her Christmas vaca- on with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Volentine. The Methodist Aid meets at the arsonage this week Wednesday, tfrs. Mitchell and Mrs. C. B. Chipman hostesses, Ada Schwietert, who works at he Algona hotel, spent last week ivith toer mother, Mrs. Bertha chwietert. . John Schwietert accompanied his ousin, Arthur Barker, to Coles- urg for a holiday visit wiOu rela- ves. •Lester Stow, €edar iBapids, spent ie Christmas week-end with his arents. Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Stow. The R. J. Haminerstronis visited Mrs. Hammerstrom's 'brother at raefctinger Sunday. The Leonard Koestlers, Clinton, ;>ent the holidays at William Koegtler's. The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer, Webb., spent New Year 1 * with their on 0. B. Helen Schwietert entertained a zea girls at a party Friday ing. The Gilbert Nelsons spent Wftfc felatfYSJi »t Rin New Titonica, Jan. 4— A popularity contest is being held at the Pannkuk coliseum. At Friday night Jances votes are cast, and the girl ftho receives the most at the end jf the contest in February will receive a IB-Jewel wrist watch. Can- lidatea so far entered are: Edith Stuart, Buffalo Center, 110 votes; Esther Michaelson, Thompson, 75; \lice Michaelson, Thompson, 76; Edna Steinhoff, iBritt, 16; Law- •ence Michaelson, Thompson, 40; Hyrtle Ama, Titonka, 65; Dorothy Dheile, 75; Zedith Stuart, Buffalo Center, 75; Anna Larson, Cylinder, 1.15; Alvena Danielson, Titonica, 10; Phydelis Peterson, Titonka, 5; Norma Shoper, Britt, 75; Flor- mce Hoffbauer, Buffalo Center, 10; Morrie ,Rena, Wesley, 146; Dorothy Grotlhaus, Buffalo Center, 5; Maryan Walters, Holstein, 115; md Maurine McCullough, Algona, 00* Vatch Parties Are Held— An Epworth (League watch party ras held at the Methodist parson- Lge Sunday night. A league meet- ng was also held, and the program onsisted of singing and a prayer nd a talk by Willis Phelps. The neeting was followed by games nd lunch. Mrs. Carrie Bonacker ttended as guest. League mem- era attending were Wilbur Schram, Helen Beed, Vernon and llerni Larsen, Kathryn Schram, jewis and Vern Bacon, Loraine 'eterson. Harold Krantz, Leota )esterreicher, Edithmae Budlong, WESLEY YOUTH WED DECEMBER 26 IN CHURCH Wesley, Jan 2— Robert Muehe, Wesley, and Dorothy Reynolds,- Sig- jurney, were married here at St. roseph's church Tuesday morning-, December 26, attended by Agnes J-nd John Muehe. The bride wore an xnkle-length blue flat crepe dress vlth hat to match, and carried pink ind white roses. The bridesmaid yaa dressed In ankle-length pansy Jlue dress with hat to match, and :arrled a bouquet of sweet peas. Vliss Reynolds Is a gradaute of the Jlgourney high school; Mr. Muehe s the son of J. B. Meuhe, promin- >nt Wesley farmer. At one o'clock b wedding breakfast was served to he bridal party at the home of the >rlde groom's father. >adle Roll Party Given The Legion Auxiliary gave a era. lie Roll party at the Legion rooms Saturday, and 85 persons attended. Vn Impromptu Christmas program vas given, and Santa Claus districted candy, nuts, popcorn, cookies, ma apples. This was the second an- lual party, and It was in charge o f lira. J. T. Meurer, Cradle Roll chair nan. Mrs. Ann Kunz has been elec- ed Red Cross chairman to succeed' Irs. Bonatetter, who resigned. The ^egion boys will entertain the Aux- iary at a party at the Legion ooms this week Tuesday evening. Jhrlstmas Holly for \Vesleyuns — Mrs. DeSpence Bently, Birmong- am, Ala., former Wesley girl, sent enuine Alabama holly for Christ- las to local relatives. While her usband, government chemist and nspector, was stationed in Texas wo or three years, the Bentleys ent real Texas mistletoe, sometimes Joking 1 it themselves. Mistletoe is a arasltic plant growing' on apple, ak, and other trees. -— ___ Tncle of Mrs. Butts Dies— Mrs. Guy M. Butts came home rom Marion Saturday, December 0, having been gone a week. She ras accompanied by her aunt, Barara Knopp, Marlon. Miss Knopp's rother, Henry Knopp, 85, died fol- nvlng Mrs. Butts' arrival there, and le remained for funeral services, 'he brother and sister had lived to- ether many years. Mr. Butts went fter the women. roley Children Visit Here— The Albert G. Mummas arrived be}re Christmas for the holidays with Era. Mumma'a parents, pruggist nd Mrs. H. J. Braley. Mr. Mumma, rho ia in the navy, is taking a post- raduate course at Annapolis, and ne family resides there. Dr. and [rs. Alson Braley, Iowa City, spent ae weekend before Christmas with Ison's parents. hTatchnlght Services Held— Union watchnight Services for the Lesley, Upper Flat, and Britt Con- ragational churches, will be held at ritt New Year's eve. There will be luslc and .talks by members. Re- •eshme<nts will be served about mid- Ight, and religious services will be eld afterwards. . 0. 0. Mess Sergeant Here— Rolfe Goodnow, mess sergeant of o. 1757, C. C. C., Lenten. Iowa, line home last Thursday evening >r a five-day furlough. His assis- int is taking his place. Other Wesley News. Erwln B. Ward, Minneapolis, call- 1 briefly on Wesley relatives Sat- rday, December 23, on his way to urt to visit his slater, Mrs. Guy . Glddings. He la a eon of Mrs. :at}lda Ward, formerly northwest ' here. Mr and Mrs. Oscar Erickson, Imhurst, 111., and their son Forest ime Saturday before Christmas to sit Mrs. Erickson's aunt. Miss A. cPherson, till Sunday, Decembeir . 'The Ericksons once lived at Al>na. Mrs. Peter Skow entertained her lildren and grandchildren at irlstmas dinner, and last week Wednesday the family 'had a Christas tree at Ole Flam's. Mrs. Skow maimed there to visit her oaugh- r. ' Mrs. Marlon Paulson, Wesley, 111 lead the Hutchins Woman's Ible Study class at Mrs, Oscar rhnson'e, Britt, Friday, January 12, rayer weetings wllj be bet<j tn the ternoona at various homes. The Methodist w. F. H- S. weets 1th Mrs. Amesbury tbis week Frily. Mrs. Gwdo a OiOcUofs will Itad Willis Phelps, and Barbara Ball. Another watch party was held at the R. L. Krantz ihome the same night, and attending were Arlo Larson, Harold Gartner, Albena Danielson, Woodson Peterson, Myrtle Ama, Clifford, Mildred, and Ferne Krantz. Bridge was played 1 and lunch was served. Luther League Has Party— The Luther League had a watch party and ILeague meeting Sunday night ait the dhurch. Service were held at the church Monday morning, the Rev. H. W. Schoenlein preaching. Woman's Club Meets Tonight- The Woman's club meets this week Thursday night with Mrs. Andrew Peterson; Mrs. Ethel Downs leader. The lesson will be on UnilCt Other Titonka News. ' _ Willis Phelps, attending Morningside college to prepare for the ministry, spent the Christmas vaca- -h^r Ji is , parents » M r- and Mrs. Charles Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Conklin, ' Bloommgton, and Eldon Conklin Chicago, are visiting the S. J. de Vnes family. M. S. Craven's son Doyle, who nad been employed at Buffalo, Monday. ' . m * William .Schram, who shipped some stock to Chicago Saturday night, rode in on the stock train. devotions, and Mrs. Carl Hansen * will give the lesson. The Congregational Sunday school had its tree and treats at the church last week Monday night. The pro- ' gram was given mainly by Sunday school pupils. ] A program, with tree and treats, was given at the Methodist church by Sunday school pupils and teach- < ors Sunday evening, December 24. Anna Johnson, Boone, Ann a Flom, • Britt, and Helen Funnemark, Rake! visited their respective families dur- « Ing the holidays. Mr. ana Mrs. George Benner spent a week, Including Christmas, with their daughter, Mrs. George Spangler, Everly. Mre. Ammon Lease and Mrs. Grattls will entertain the Methodist Aid at Mrs. Lease's this week Wednesday. The Study club meets -with Mrs. : Vincent Daughn, this week Thui-s- dn/V r- Vi.t4.jr . | ^X^^^W^^^^^^ I l*«*M ,| Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thornton, of Sioux City, spent Christmas with Mrs. Thornton's parents, Mr. an< Mrs. W. Z. Miller, and Lois Miller went home with them for this ' week. . Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgin, Inwood, were Christmas and last week guests at Harvey Steven's ' Mrs. Hodgin was formerly Pearl ' Steven. . ' * Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy were 1 dinner guesta last Thursday at W. C. Taylor's in honor of Mitchell i Taylor's birthday. c Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runchey, H West Bend, were dinner guests < Christmas day at Albert Grosen- E .bach's. The A. L. Greenfields were i at W. C. Taylor's; the Clem Cun- * ninghams, at Mrs. Amy Smith's; 6 the Loyd Muckeys, Algona, Mr. , and Mrs. Evert Hodgin, Inwood, and the t/oyd Stevens, Burt, at Harvey Steven's; Mrs. J. W. Har- 1 ris, daughters Mary and Marie, and * Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen , (Mrs. Hansen is another daughter) ? at the Harry Harris home, Algona; Mrs. G. B. Wise and her fam- I ily, at Charles Stratton's near Hutchins; and Mrs. Josephine Stan- e ton, Algona, son Mark, Algona, at s James Brophy 's. j Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Cunningham, n Mrs. J. W. Harris, and the latter's daughter Marie were 6:30 dinner guests Friday evening at A. L. Greenfield's in honor of Editfh s Greenfield's birthday. d Richard Miller went to Sioux * City last week Wednesday to spend v the rest of the week with his sister, Mrs. Phil Thornton, • Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Steven, Burt, spent New Year's with Mrs. Steven's mother, Mrs. G. B. Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrick took their nieces, Margaret and Esther Hedrick, and nephew, Howard Hedrick, to Mason City Sunday to toe with their mother, Mrs. Helen Hedrick. The children had been at Orville's a year. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders spent the week-end at Henry Hawley's, Mason City. Robert Boleneus went to Mason City Monday to visit the Hawleys. The George Amana spent New Year's at Henry Aman's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs, Clem Cunningham and Mrs. Amy Smith were at Orren Johnson's near Britt, for New Year's. Mrs. Jdhnson is a daughter of Mrs. Smifih. Mr. and Mrs. Brwin Buzman are parents of a son, born December 26. They are employed at Earl Paetz's, and live in his tenant house. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave, of Britt, spent Saturday with their daughter, Mrs. Fred Wearing. Mary and Marie Harris spent Sunday with Emma Spongber'g, Al>on&» . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris, Saughter Inez, the Homer Andersons, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Hansen, Roscoe Stewart, uid Milton Giddings, Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. J. W. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, their son Charles, went to Des Moines Sunday to see a, specialist about ahsrles's ears, which, he nas teen having trouble with. Mrs. G. B. Wise and her family spent Sunday ait Plymouth with. ;he son Strother. . Mr. and Mrs. F. IL. Thorpe, Al- sona, spent New Year's with Mr. Wd MW, AUiert Grose.nba.ch, Edith Greenfield was a New 4rs, W, O. Taylor. ' ^^1 MANY HOME AT LU VERNE FOR THEJJOLIDAYS Lu Verne, Jan. 2-/Teachers and students who came for the holidays included Leonard Henderson, Drake; Carl Lang and LeRoy Meyers, _ Western Union, Le Mare; Marie Fritzemeier and Alice Ellis, Chicago; Ruth Lichty, Dickinson secretarial school, Des Moines; Josephine Donelson, State Teachers; Jeanne Jennings, Boone; Doris iBaddeley, Pocahontas; Dolores Woito, Onawa; Florence Barton, Fenton; Esther Fritzemeier, Lena, 111.; Myrtle Jordan, Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Farley, Bristol, S. D.; Amfber Rogers and Mabel Nygaard, student nurses, Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge; Lela Godfrey, student nurse, Iowa City; and Alice Wolf, graduate nurse at the -Lutheran hospital, Hampton. Wesley iBaddeley, (Frank Bartley, and Glen MdClellan, Morningside college, and Vera Tiede, Ames, were also here. Where They Spent Christmas— Among persons who spent Christmas out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stone, who visited Mrs. Stone'a parents at Cedar Falls; Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman, who were guests at their son Leo's, Omaiha; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hot, who were at Mrs. Clara Hof's, Cedar Falls; the Jas. Johnsons, at Winthrap and Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson, at the parental D. D. Broadie's, Granger; the Chas. Wolfs, Mrs. Barbara Lothringer, daughter Hildegarde, and Chas. Barton, who drove to Davenport a week ago Sunday, Mr. Wolf and Mr. Barton returning the same day, leaving the others for two weeks at George Lothringer's. Hardy Youth is Married— , Announcement has been made of the marriage December 23 of Edna Orsland, Thor, and Frank Moeding, Hardy. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. T. B. Thorson and -was attended toy the immediate families. After the ceremony dinner was served, and - the couple then left for a Short wedding trip to Omaha. They expect to live on a farm near Lu Verne. their daughter, Mrs. Willar Hershe, Minneapolis, her husband the Buntis son Jack, Superior, Wis and Mrs. Burtis's mother and sis ter, Mrs. Mary Jutte and Ann Jutte, Wdhster City, during th A?! ySi The Way ne Dornberger? Alibent Lea, were guests at Die Wermersen's ,Dr. and Mrs. J. E •bhultz, Pella, were at the J. s 'Shultz home, and the Lewis Peter son s, Mason City, visited at the W L. Ramus home. The George Thompsons, Ledyard and the J. A. Zweifels, of Corwith were out of town guests at F I Chapman's Monday. Some 30 rela <3W Year>S dinner to A group of young people from gether Paton were guests at the Rev. Da vid Lang's Sunday: Howard, Har nedy Mae *' Rache Nellie Ken •Homer Kennedy, (Los Angeles Evangelical Officers Elected— The annual Evangelical meeting was held Friday at the city hall. A picnic dinner was served at noon, then a business meeting was conducted. Officers -were elected: trustee, 3 years, George Merkle; •pianist, Mrs. Fred Merkle; (S. S. superintendent, Florence Hot; assistant, Esther Merkle; secretary, Paul Knopf; treasurer, Adam Marty. New Year's Gatherings Held— .Social gatherings were held at several homes Sunday evening to watch the old year out and the new year in. The Dr. T. L. Williams home was the meeting place of 16 friends, and at J. O. Marty's a party of ten gathered, while some 30 persons had an evening of games at Frank Biegger's. Y. P. S. Gives Christmas Party— The Lutheran Y. P. S. held its annual Christmas party at the church Friday evening before Christmas, and elected officers: Geo. Tiede, president; Le Roy Hanselman, vice; Conner Hesse, secretary; Gerhart Meyer, treasurer; Helen Hanselman, reporter. A gift exchange -was made. C. E. Party for 3 Girls— The Presbyterian C. E. gave a party honoring Gwenetha Jones, Ruth Lichty, and Jeanne Jennings at the city hall last week Wednesday evening, 25 young people at- ;endmg. Leagues Meet at Parsonage— The Senior Epworth League was entertained at the Methodist parsonage last week Wednesday even- ng, and the Intermediate League met at the same place (Friday. Other LH Verne News. The Good Will club will have a special all-day meeting next Tuesday at Mrs. J. j. Wadleigh's ito fin- sh a quilt. A covered-dish lunch will be served at noon. The Austin Burtises entertained Mrl of , m .. 'Chapman. Mr. Kennedy is making a two weeks round < W ££ *"? « latl _™L at Goldfield. 0 no McKea n. Houston spent several days last week « Ut 5i r> Mrs " David Lan S Monday morning for Es V 1311 other relatives. Mrs c. C. Anderson, Allendale vr^t 11 ^ CSt * the P arental F. Godfrey's. Mr. Anderson brough her and spent Christmas here. Cowells hosts t Fort Dodge and Ba™re£S£ ^^iJ^.^erMonday^ 6 . , Clara (Elizabeth Ma son, Lakota, visited at W B Ma son's last week. Gwenetha Jones, Gwenetha Jones, Minneanol jeen^nding . Wo s RichPomt Nor Mrs. Hush Raney, *' M». Hal Skllllni e daughters Roberta and Mar " who was Christmas given by El en and Frances Stuessy, Algona in honor of Ann Stuessy, ' married in the holidays Edmund Capesius attended a din •ner last week Wednesday evening iven by the Rev . T j. ofi, spent severa! -y* of the Christmas vacation with her aunt, Mrs. Chas. Patterson, Burt Russell and Arlene Patterson spen Christmas week with the Raneys. The Geo. W. Godfreys spent th« holidays with Mr. Godfrey's mother ^f' W - H - .Godfrey, Algona, and called on many friends here Christmas day was the occasion for many family gatherings in the Rich Point neighborhood. The Frank Capesius family entertained the Gle n Algona, and Mrs. Mar Meurer, Whit Lemons, and her son Liician. The C. J. Sills entertained the A. D. rfeadloys. Irvington, am Mrs. and Mr. Wm. Bell Sr., Algona Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black were hosts at a Black family gathering at the old home and had as guests the >«eal Smiths, Algona, and the j F Blacks here. The Hugh Raneys spent Christmas day at Floyd Gardner's Plum Creek. The R. H. SkllUngs were euests of the J. F. Devlnes, Union township. Mr. and Mrs. j. A Johnson spent Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. Irving Urch, Algona Florence Black, Euena Raney, and Arlene Patterson, Burt, attended a party given by Leon Gardner at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Delos Gardner, Union, last week Wednesday evening. New and Used Cars Financed If your' present payments are too high we will refinance your car for you. Prompt and courteous treatment. H. N. KBUSE INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa A Back Slider How weak and frail is fouraan nature. Already w « ave ^?? eix nearl £ a11 my New Ye a r 's resolutions. With a case of beer and six or seven boxes of cigars as Christmas presents that ends two of my * good resolutions. •t. Promised my wife not to get too friendly with other women, even if they are old friends, but when those German girls come promenading down the street, what is a fellow going to do? I love my wife and all that stuff but a Dutdh girl can Just tie me up in a double bow knot anytime. I just naturally like -em. I started for church but met a t el- low that had fcambozzled me out of 137.00, thinking of it made me mad. Not being big enough to whip lum I Put in the forenoon swearing instead of pray- I hope to get a second hold on myself and brace up for I do want to be a better man bt for fh man, but for tfhe ., ,. i —, -7—- >••—w*«»««i«. iuu win <una me the old stand fighting depression and other busi- jr^v^sstr ''*»"« " "^ »n fflSUKU&gftjW JfflT spade and say what I ttoink. "L! te *S5, f »**. *? ^ I **» *«" it to you. i Mother said honesty is the t»est policy, and she was right. At least it is the only Sing that will ibuild up a permanent business. Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algonii, la. Let the car speak for itself HUNDREDS of thousands of people now own and drive Ford V-8 cars. Some neighbor or friend of yours has one. If we told you what we think of the car, you might say we are prejudiced, •o we let the car and its owner tell you. Economy of operation is one of the first points they will emphasize—the owner will boast of it and the car will prove it. The 1934 car is even better than the 1933— and that was our best car up to its time. The new car is more beautiful — faster—more powerful —gives more miles to the gallon—better oil economy—U easier riding—cheaper to own and operate than any car we ever built. You owe it to yourself and your pocketbook to ask our Ford Dealer to let you see this car, and let you drive it for yourself. At the wheel of the car you will be sure to reach a right decision. The Ford V-8 will tell you its own story. NEW FORD V-8 for 1934 WITH THE NEW YEAR 1933 is gone! 1934 is here! The stirring welcome to the New Year is p&st —we are looking forward—planning for the 12 months ahead. We look forward to a greater demand for service —a demand which will replace telephones which have been taken out and increase the use of Loqg Distance. Since late in 1931, each month brought lo«ses in telephones until September 1933. Then the tide turned. From September to the end of the year, we gained telephones. Day by day and hour by hour, we strive to provide satisfactory telephone service at the lowest cost to the pubjic consistent with the financial safety of the business. NOKTHWESTIRN BILL T|LEPHONI your Advance

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