Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 11, 1934 · Page 3
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, JANUARY 11, 1934. inly 17 Days Left! I'buy Monarch (Finer Coffee at re- teed prices from your Independent Grocer ue you have tried this full flavor fee you will want to stock your jrtry with a fresh supply to last Jreral weeks. 1 pound , 25c 3 pounds 69c 5c 20 c irk and Beans, fan Camp's," per can _. larch Cocoa, "highest tterfat content," Ib. tin _ upbell's Soup, veg. or beef, 3 cans _____ i 39c fsters, "direct from coast," due to rive Friday a. m., liile they -last, quart ____ rster Crackers, 2 Ib. box, O/| ^ first quality" _____ ______ Ol/C pper, W Ib. 14c Tea, W Ib. _l»c atmeal, pkg. ----------- utternut Coffee, tin _________ ____ almolive Soap, bw, bar vis Lye, Hue Bbl. Soap, jbars , 15c _87c . 5c lOc 25c Monarch Chop Suey for your Sunday dinner. kushrooms, .pieces and iems, 8 oz.'tin : anges, 150s, Sunkist, krge size, dozen 25c 37c _5c fead Lettuce, ncy solid, head MEAT DEPT. con Squares, lb. Pork Cutlets, db. lOc We IRIDAT AND SATURDAY ONLY ure Lard, 30c We invite comparison. Juality and price is the true test" IASKET GROCERY Algona's Finest Food Store. Distributors lor Borden's Cbeese. sk us about Borden's Chateau." r e Have It in stock at all times. GOOD COAL Peerless, the low ash, high leat coal. Guaranteed to fou. Order a ton today and j»e one of our satisfied cus amers. otsford Lumber Company Home of Peerless Coal Phone 256 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Icy Jloads and Sleet Cause of Minor Accident! PAOB THRHi Pool IDES AND FUR market price paid for »ides and fur. Closed season on muskrats. Joe Greenberg . .-^gag-BaB^BBB few and Used *rs Financed your present payments ^re too high we will reft jrpur car for you. courteous Iowa n e telephone 125, 2IRVINGTON OARS DITCHED; SKID ON ICE 'Irvington, Jan. 9—Several acci dents occurred while the roads wer covered with ice and sleet. Th Fred Miller car, carrying Mr. an Mrs. Miller and their daughter Dor othy, went into the ditch south •the Jake Maasdam's when the were returning from Algona Frida evening. A wheel was broken, an the car had to (be taken to Algon for repairs. The Paul Blumer car carrying Mr. and Mrs. Blumer, ov erturned in a ditch near Mike Bor jnann's the same day. The Blumer were uninjured, but the top of th car suffered considerahle damage Merlin Johnson, Algona, who drive a gasoline truck for the Royal 40 oil company, drove into the ditc near West Bend to avoid colliding with a car which skidded to his sid of the road. The truck was con siderably damaged and was taken te Algona for repairs. Visitor Returns to Wisconsin- Mrs. Fred Adams, who spent par of the holidays with the Franl Ditsworths, has gone home. Befor marriage she was Mamie Harness and she and her husband went t live with Mr. and Mrs. George Har ness at Walworth immediately af ter their marriage. Mamie was th daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harness, Wail-worth, and on th death of her mother, lived with he grandparents at Walworth till he uncle George was married to Mar Felter, Antioch, 111. After Mami married, the Harness family movec to Iowa, settled in this vicinity, anc remained here till the death of Mr Harness. Mrs. Harness, mother o Mrs. Ditsworth, is a great-aunt o Idabelle, Harry, and Harold Felter children of Mrs. OEdw. Ditsworth near Burt. Mrs. Harness is spend ing the winter at Saduache, Colo. Needs Doctor; One Calls^James Stacy -was seriously sic: one night at his home, which i. part of his service station -west o Irvington. Mrs. Stacy was in Illi nois. As there is no telephone a the station, and as no one happenei in, Mr. Stacy had to spend th night without medical assistance Next day, when Mr. Stacy was feel ing somewhat 'better, a man cam to the door to tell him he was hav ing car trouble and asked if h could bring in his wife, who wa sick. She was brought in, an when the young man started giving her medicine from a small Mac hag, Mr. Stacy realized that he wa entertaining a doctor, and s promptly made use of the oppor tunity to secure aid. The youn^ doctor and his wife were from Bradgate. Mrs. John Schultz Home— Mrs. John Schultz got home Fri day from Dwight, 111., where sh had been since before Christmas She was called to iDwight by th •sudden death of her brother, Henr Peterson, 56,' December 16, an since then had been with her moth er, Mrs. Catherine Peterson 'Dwight, who is aged and sick Since the death of her son, wh lived with her, Mrs. Peterson has been sutfering a nervous strain En route home Mrs. Shultz stoppec at Des Plaines, 111., for two day with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown. Aid Society Meets Thursday— Tho Aid met las,t Thursday at thi Annex,_ hut because of icy road, only nine members and one viaito attended. The meeting was openet "with songs and closed with th (Lord's prayer. It was decided tha each member pay a penny fo every initial in her name every day in January. More than $16, which included a part of the chicken mon ey pledged ,to the society, wa taken in. 'Lunch was served bj the hostesses, Mra. A. McLean ani Inez Roney. Roads Are Being Regravelcd— Workmen have for several week Ibeen resurfacing roads in this community. They plan to finish 30 miles in Irvington township alone The crew, consists of 17 men. There are six trucks. To furnish more labor, ,ten men are employed to load the trucks at the Irvington pit rather than use the steam shovel. E< McNeil is spreading the grave evenly, AH of the crew save one are residents of Algona. Bert Seeley is 10; Dinner— The Martin Beckers were Sunday dinner guests at Harry Seeley's in honor of Bert Seeley, who was celebrating his tenth birthday. A week ago Sunday the Beckers were Sunday guests at John Simon's, where Mrs. Simon entertained at a birthday dinner in honor of Rachel and Evelyn Becker, who celebrate birthdays on dates near Mrs. Simons' own anniversary. Black Cat Comes Back- Mrs. Charles, Sankey believes a jlack cat, which was taken to Lu Verne when 'the Arthur Rileys moved there last October has returned to Irvington. At any rate an exact •ephca appears to be at home at ter pjace. After the 'Rileys had been at Lu Verne a week their cat disappeared. Three on the Sick List— 'Donald, .12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Warmbier, recently suffered a severe attack of appendicitis. Dorothy, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard jeigh, has been sick. Betty Mae Miller has had a heavy cold and complications. Other Irvington. Mrs. James Stacy got home last week Tuesday from Freeport, ill., where she yisited fcer brother, J. O. StephensoB. Donald Stephenson, anployed at Spirit Lake, had been with his parents at Freeport since Phanksgiving, but a few days he- ore Christmas he drove to Spirit .-ake, got Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Burt, drove this way to get MBS. Stacy, and, took them all to (Freeport for Christmas and New Year's. Mrs, is a sister-in-law of J, o, foe PftttJ Egel is employed ' for tu»e £t Charles peeler's, Neighbors Help Union Pair Celebrate Silver Wedding Union Twp.., Jan. !)—On January 6, 1!)0!1, Edna Jeruldnson and Leonard Cruikshank wero married at the W. F, Jenklnson farm In Union now occupied by the Stanley Gardners. .Saturday evening a group of relatives, in/clud!lng Jamoa Cruikshank, the Prank Crulkshanks, the Arthur Crulkshanks, the J. L. Dltsworths, the A. R. Gardners, the Stanley Gardners, the Glen Jon- klnsons, Louis Jenklnaon, Mae Eith- rlngrton, and John McNeil, mindful ithat the 2-5th anniversary of tJie marriage was ait hand, went dn a body to the L. A. Crulkslmnk home «ind comppletely surprised Mr. and Mrs. Cruikshank. The "bride" 'and "bridegroom" entered into the spirit of .the festivities, and Mrs. Cruikshank was soon wearing her wedding dress, which was blue satin the Shirt gored, the waist having a lace yoke, a high neck, and the sleeves shirred. Lunch brought by the guests was (served, and Mr. and Mrs. Cruik- ishb-nk were presented with a silver sandwich tray and a silver offering, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson •were not present because of the latter's frail health. Mr. and Mrs. Ci-uikshank began housekeeping and lived for 12 years, now occupied by the Frank Crulkshanks, where the father, James Cruikshank, now makes tils home. Leonard then moved to the farm they now have, where a modern home and other buildings have been built. There are three daughters, Eleanor, R. N,, Jean a teacher; and Marjorie in .the Algona H. S.'Most of the adult guests were at the wedding 25 years ago. M. & n. Club Mnots Thursday- Inclement weather and icy roads kept the persons scheduled to appear on the Mother & Daughters club program at homo last Thursday, when 20 members and guests met with Mosdames Anna Marlow, and Mary Bennett. Mrs. Irma Harvey substituted with a magazine article on hobbles for tho home. The hostesses served lunch. W. C. Dewel, who was to give a tall:, will appear at a later meeting. No. 5 P. T. A. Officers Named— Mrs. Roy Sarchett, president, Mrs. Earl Taylor, vice, and Mary Glsch, secretai-y, were elected officers by the No. 5 Parent-Teacher association at the L. Glsch home lost Thursday evening. A miscellaneous program was given and lunch served. This association hopes to have worthwhile programs, but will not affiliate with state and national organizations. Club Plans Annual Banquet— Tho annual M. & D. club banquet will be held January 18. A commit- too of men, Otto Engstrom, Claude Dearchs, Jake Smith, \V. J. Bourn, H. J. Bacon and Frank Hofius is planning the affair. Other Union News. Eleanor Cruikshank, R. N. who nursed the Rev. Mr. Hulse's mother at Mingo several weeks before the latter's death, is at home. Card Party at Bancroft Attracts Crowd Sunday Bancroft, Jan. 9—A large crowd attended the card party given by th© Young Ladies Sodality in St.. John's hall Sunday evening:. Mrs. p. A. Lonergan and F. j. Welp won. high In bridge, and Mrs. F. J. Welp and L. J. Kockler low. Mrs. Frank Hatten and N. J. Merrill had high scores in 500 and Mrs. John Brink and Alfred Menke low. Mary Mescher, Adella Vaske and Julia Quinn were on the entertaining committee. The next party Is Sunday even- Ing. Second Party is Held— The second of a series of card parties and dances was held Wednesday evening in Forester hall Reginai Fangman and Marvin Vaske won high scores in 500, and Mrs. Fred Tlgges and Leander Menke low, Collette Welp and J. H. Sheridan won high in bridge, and Mrs. F. X, Wilhelmi and F. N. Thles received low. Students Return to School— Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius Rahe, daughter Virginia, Mrs. Rudolph. Rahe, and Anna Rahe took Erwin Rahe and Florian Stork to Dubuque Sunday. Erwin Is a student at Columbia college and Florian is assistant chemistry instructor there. The boys spent vacation here with thelr parcnits. The Bancroft folks will visit relatives in Dyersville for a week. Two Lose Appendices— Harold Hamilton and Maurice Bernhard underwent appendicitis operations at the Wohnke hospital Monday morning. Dr. R. M. Wallace, of Algona, assisted Dr. A. J. Devine. Lois Looft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loift, and Leo Lampe (had their tonsils removed Monday morning at Dr. Devine's office. Ten High Checks Listed— Tho high ten cream checks from the Bancroft Co-Operative Creamery for h&lf of December are: Henry Lape $53.44; F. S. Messcher, $51.85; John Wessehnan ?39.76; James Nyman $35.16; H. G. Hamilton $34.31; Leo Berrihard $32.66; Ben Lampe $30.46; Anton Stork $29.82; Fred Tlgges $29.71; Clem Diers $29.18. Farewell Party is Given- Mr, and Mrs. Rudolph Rahe gave a farewell party at their home Thursday evening for Erwin Rahe, Cards were played and Erwin and Mary Rah,e won high scores, and Mrs. Harry Hlltz and Frank Deit- erlng low. Erwin Rahe received a guest prize. Ed Riley l s Dead- Word was received here Sunday of the death of Ed. Rlley of Hokah, Vlinn. Mr. Riley owned the elevator n Lakcrta, some years ago and was known here. Adam Ditsworth is Ill- Adam Ditsworth Is ill at the home of his son Alfred Dltswonth,. Mr. Ditsworth is 87 years old. Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn Hunt and two children, Mrs. Cora Hunt and Veronica Cowing were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGee In Estherville. Delores McGee of Estherville, spent lost veek at the Hunt homes. She re- urned to her home Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Matt Kramer had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs, N. B. Schiltz, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rahe, P. M. Schiltz, Mr. and Mrs. 'oe Eldh, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kramr and Mrs. Mary Rapp. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Men-Ill drove o Hollandale, Minn. Friday and vi- Ited their daughter, Mrs. Lee llocke. Viola Men-ill returned home vlth them. She spent two weeks In Hollandale. Mrs. G. D. Hart and her nephew oe Williams returned Sunday from sioux City, where they visited since 'uesday at the Dr, and Mrs. J. H. iynch home. The women are sis- era. Mrs. Frank Vaske entertained at ix tables of 500 at her home Thursay evening, Cyrilla Vaske and Joe ilsbecker won high scores, and Ara. William Vaske and John Vaske ow. Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Pearson, of Ugona, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pearon and the Verne Austin, family •ere entertalne at dinner Sunday y Mr, and Mrs, Oscar Pearson. Mrs. Charles SkilUngr and two aughtws left . Saturday for their ojue in wtodpm, Minn., after two r eeks here with her parent^ Mr. Mrs, M. A. Saunders. Harry Cu-tler is working' at the Champlin Oil Station. Cletus Dieter Ing is manager o f the station. Thi is the new station just west of Ban crofit on highway 1169. Joo Sherman Jr. left Sunday fo Collegevllle, Minn., where he is senior In high school at St. John University. He spent two week here with his parents. Mrs. R. Doyle entertained at thret tables of 500 at her home Frida evening and Mrs. Rudolph Rahe wo •high score and Mrs. Aloysius Rah low. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Recker Jr. hav a son, born Sunday. This is thel first child. Mrs. Recker was Irm Gilbertson before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. William Quinn en itertalned the Jack Quinn family, o Lone Rook, and Mrs. Bridget Quin and children at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cutle spent last week In Estherville wit her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W Hemphill. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Droessle and Fred Kadow spent Monday ir Whittemore at the Frank Derne] home. Mr. and Mrs. w. S. Taylor held dance at their home Saturday even Ing and 25 couples attended. Tom Engesser, son of Mr. i... Mrs. I. F. Engesser Is employed a the Menke garage. Mrs. Ray Miller is at Beatrice Neb., caring for her mother, who i The Baptist Mission Circle !.„. Friday with Mrs. Mrytle Ringsdorf RichPoml Sadie BurUs spent several day last week with her sister, Mrs. John McGulre. Verena Krleps, Agona, was a va cation visitor at her aunt Mrs. John Erpeldlngr's. Edmund Capesius left Saturda for Dubuque to resume his studies at Columbia college. He spent th' holidays with his parents, Mr. am Mrs. Frank Capesius. George Schulz, Peoria, 111., was t New Year's guest of his bro.the John- Marie and Merle Welner returned •to their home at Waterloo Nev Year's, after the holidays with their sister, Mrs. Frank Asa, Marie is wel known here, for she spent last sum mer with the Asas. Mrs. John Schulz has returned from her old home In Illinois to which she was called before the hoi idayts by the death of her brother She spent several weeks with her mother. Irene and Evelyn Capesius accom panied the St. Cecelia girls' basket ball team to Pocahontas Sunday. The B. M. Burllngames entertained a large party of friends >f Year's. The evening was spent at dancing'. Blandlna Erpelding returned to her school at Kingsley New Year's, after the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding. Mrs. Hugh Raney spent from Friday till Sunday last week at her brother Floyd Gardner's, Plum Creek, and helped care, for her mother, Mrs, Eva Gardner, whl has been sick, but is slowly recovering. LOANS , UP TO $300.00 Would a personal loan of $100.00, $200.00 or $300.00 help solve your financial problems? We invite you to investigate our personal loan pdan on your furniture, auto and livestock. As long as twenty months to repay. You will find our service prompt, economical, and confidential. Inquire today for details without obligation. —See— Federal Finance Co; 320 Des Moines BJdg. Des JMoines, la. H* N. KRUSE Appraiser K088UTB -4PYANC1 Weekly Newspaper Fou.nga4 Jn IBQJ pitereg a* Secpnd-Ciasa Matter December $j, 190$, at the Poitotttot ft Algona, Iowa, Under i&g 4fil &m*& 2, — - CREAMERY HAS 1933 MEET AT WHITTEMORE Whibtemore, Jan. 9—The creamery iheld its annual meeting Saturday at the Higgins hall. The first event was a cream-scoring contest, and prizes were won by George 3engler, P. F. Kollasch, and Lewis Duffy. Each received a cream can. 'R. 0. Storvick, manager of the Iowa State Brand Creameries, Mason City, gave an address. Albert 'C. Christensen, Minneapolis, auditor_for State Brand Creameries, explained the creamery's annual re•port, which was read toy Mike Fandel, secretary. 'C. W. Elberit was elected director over Herman Meyer, 45-31. Lunch was served hy the creamery. Ethel M. Munch Married- Ethel M. Munch, of San Diego, Calif., was married recently to •Frank A. Woertendyke, Los Angeles, at a Unitarian church, Los Angeles. The bride lived all her life in Kossuth till she went to San Diego two years ago. Mr. Woer- .tendyke is also a former lowan, but has lived in California 25 years. He is in the wholesale jewelry business at Los Angeles. Adron Brogan 50; Party— rFriends gathered Friday evening at Adron Brogan's to surprise him in honor of Ihis 50th birthday. Five hundred was played, and lunch served. Ouests were the Carl Hansens, William Rusches, Alfred Semon's and the Herman, Arthur, and Ralph Fandels, "William Rusches, Adron Brogans, Gene Martini, (Harvey Eltiert, and Edna Mos- 'bach. Party for Contest "Winners- Winners in a Walther League magazine contest conducted by the local Lutheran Y. P. S. were honor guests at a party last week Wednesday evening at the Lutheran schoolhouse, where 500 was 1 played at 11 tables. Alfred iBell and lallian Heidenwith won high at cards, Edna Schultz and Lester Edna also won a travel Swea City to Have Postmaster 'Exam* 'Swea City, Jan. 9—Notice was posted last week that a competitive examination for postmaster in Swea City will be held in the near future. The term of the present postmaster, Mrs. Christianson, expires February 1. The salary at the present time is $1G16, and was 51900 before a 15 per cent reduction some months ago. .Several are out for the office here. Baas low. prize. Surprise Bride Brought Home- Mr, and Mrs. Harold Frost's son Everett came a few days ago, and brought a surprise, his hride, formerly Alvina Peoples. They have played at Mallard. Council Plans Water Tower— The town council has completed plans for a new .water tower, steel or wood, of 50,000 gallons capacity. Streets Graroled by C. W. A^— The CWA workers here have been graveling streets. lived at Down, Mo., since September I Hal1 25, when they were married. Ever- " ay- Other Wliitlemoro News (Frank Behnke, Lutheran teacher, returned to Webster City Sunday, alter two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert 'Behnke. Ruth Balgeman, Sheffield teacher, went back after two weeks with her parents, Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. Balgeman. She was taken to Sheffield by Oscar Schattschneider. Mrs. Nell Farrell, Edward Farrell, Edmund O'Brien, and Sister M. Celine drove to Algona last Thursday to call on Sister M. Presentation, who was visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter 'Dahlhauser Sr. The Sisters returned to their ihome at Lawler 'Friday evening. Druggist and Mrs. C. <L. Cavanaugh attended the funeral of Mrs. 'Bucholtz at HunVboldt last week Tuesday. 'She was the mother-in- law of Mrs. Cavanaugh's sister, Mrs. B. A. Gotch. The 'Raymond iBarbers, of West •Bend, were Sunday dinner guests at .Raymond's brother Elmo's. Merilyn iBrogan and a Mr. Peterson, Britt, visited the former's brother A. D. Brogan Monday. Lorraine Combes, Cylinder, spent a few days last week at Mrs. Emma Hilbert's. The C. W. Hansens were Sunday dinner guests at Walter Ohm's, Fenton. _Mrs. J. Ludwig, West Bend, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Volk, and helping care for John Volk Jr., who has been sick ibut is improving. ' Father Finnegan, his sister, Mrs. Kalkrine, .and Peter OIBrien, all of Emmetsburg, visited last week Wednesday with Fathers Veit and Hyland. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dogotch drove to Peoria, 111., one day week before last ;to visit the Christ Haires, returning last week Tues- ett will again be associated with his father in the operation of the (Frost & Son dray line. Schultzes Hosts at Party— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, southeast of town, entertained Friday evening at six talbles of 600. Prizes were won by Mrs. Herman Meyer and Herman Voight, high, and Mrs. Edward Kuecker and Arthur Heidenwith, low. Mr. Heidenwith also won a travel prize. H. S. and Alumni Play B. B.— The high school basketball teams played the alumni last week Tuesday evening, and the high school girls won, 25-9, the boys losing 39-9. The high school boys and girls will play West Bend this week Friday evening here. Bank Bookkeeper Resigns— Bertha Vaudt, bookkeeper at the local bank seven years, has resigned. Sihe was graduated from the local high school, and then took a business course at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Henry Meyer Patient— Sylvester C. Ehlers, of Madison, Wis., visited over Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Henry Meyer, who had an operation for hernia at McCreery hospital Saturday. Academy Defeats Pocahontas— The Academy .boys and girls played basketball at Pocahontas last week Tuesday evening, and both won, the girls 46-10, and the boys 46-8. Boys lose; Girls Win— The Wesley high school basketball teams played the Academy teams here Friday evening, and the local girls won, 34-25, but ,the boys lost, 33-15. Agnes Origer to Wed— Banns were announced Sunday at St. Michael's church for Agnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'John Ori- ;er, and Robert Hogan. Dance Orchestra Organized- Louis Lowmann, of Whittemore, ms organized an orchestra for dances. New Year's evening it Ms. Irene Rooney was a week-end business caller at Omaha. Mrs. Thomas Miller helped at the Home Cafe during Mrs. Rooney's absence. Lester Quinn, collegian at Iowa Falls, has returned to his studies after two weeks with his father Curtis Quinn, south of town. The Peter Elberts, the Leo Walters family, and Dick Vaughn were Sunday dinner guests at Mike Schumacher's, West Bend. Verdell Lauritzen, Graettinger, visited here recently. Of late she has been with her sister, Mrs. C W. Wolfe, of Klemme. The Rev. Father Ernst, of Oto visited Father Veit and the former's sister, Mrs. Nick Thilges, a few- days last week. Linda Roeber began work Monday at Louis Weisbrod's, Fenton. Mrs. Weisbrod had an operation one day last week. Mrs. A. E,Hauck, of Hampton, Minn., and two daughters visited last week Tuesday at R. A. Bartlett's. Mrs. H. W. Behnke got home Friday from a visit at her daughter, Mrs. Wilbert •Haberkamp's, Chicago. Edward Elbert, Springfield, Minn., visited his mother, Mrs. Joseph Elbert, last week. Henry Dahlhauser has returned to_ Tallulah, La., after two weeks with local relatives. A monthly meeting of the Community club will be held this week Thursday evening. A girl, the fifth child, was born last week Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. John Kollasch. Frank Aliller, Milwaukee, Wis., is new assistant at Andrew Elbert's harness shop. Doctor Bohn, Fort Dodge, was here Saturday. He once practiced here. John Jr., 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Volk, has been sick. Joseph Faber and Bert Shellmyer drove to Carroll Sunday. HERE'S THE FIRST SHOT FOR 1934. 2nd tire for $1.00. Just buy one tire at the standard list price and get the 2nd tire for $1.00. —Gamble -Stores. 28-17 THeRlQHT FLAVOR AH you h»ve to do is ta»te it once—jf then you KNOW bow marvelou*? Butter-Nut flavor really it. Try it-U left flavor decide. We invite compari-1] •on. Putter-Nut has won thousand*' .of test* lilst r Butter-Nut ~^ Coffer / '<. I i i I < • t t 1 Rummage Sale On Manufacturers and Jobbers Winter Merchandise At 20 to 40 per cent on the dollar 19c 15c 49c Ladies' new rubbers, pair Children's union isuits, hvy. fleece— Men's drawers, pair Ladies' winter felt /7 f lined shoes, pair ___/«/ C Boys' heavy rubbers, pair (Boys' winter -t /\ caps, each X l/C Men's winter caps Boys' and men's sweaters, ?3 values. Men's slip-over sweaters,'$3.95 val._ 5 bars -j g\ laundry soap Xi/C 2 dozen clothes pins Boys' or girls' wool knit caps" 95c 75c Boys' 1-Jbuckle overshoes, pair _, Ladies' slippers, & 1 /}/) black 1 strap, pr.vJX •l/l/ Children's school shoes— "Peters" brand,' /?O-» pair \)t/C Ladies' 2-piece underwear— Heavy fleece, each Children's stock-" M ings, all sizes, pair_ / C. 1 big assortment n F of pants, pair \i 9 C Boys' all-wool J£* Mazers fx (J C 1 lot boys breeches, pair ,__ -Boys' leather boots, 1 < 14-in., pair J- »i 1 lot of men's and 1 t boys' shoes, pair _ JL •! Buttons, dozen Fine hand soap, 3 bars We Joe Bloom 2c 7c Thanks We thank you all for the splendid year's business we had in 1933 and ask for a continuance of your patronage during 1934. Trading at Neville's Shoe Store is like making love to a widow, you just can not overdo it. We are done invoicing and we are using the price cutting knife on many things around the store. We are slashing the price on goods where we are overloaded— things that we do not want to carry into the next season's business. We want to close them out So here goes for an eight days clean-up sale. Men's and boys' genuine horsehide mittens, at 25c a pair. Men's corduroy pants, best grade, well made, at $1.69. Men's part wool pull-over sweaters all sizes, at 89c. ' Rosite 1 to v ,. of men>s 18 boots, the $10 kind, at $5.95. A bin of men's oxfords and shoes clean out at $1.98. Ladies' overshoes, new ones, sizes 3 4 and 5, at 39c. Our ladies kid ties in black or brown kidskm at $1.00 a pair is the biggest bar- gam ever offered in Algona at any time. Sizes 4 to 9 and AAA to C in width. We have about 600 pairs of them and want to push them out before the spring goods ar- You will find many other bargains in this clean-up sale. Choice of any dress overcoat store at $5.95. in the Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona, la. STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF Iowa State Bank SSS5 December, A. D. 1933. business on the in the day of RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, Bonds and Securities Stock of Federal Reserve Bank ~_ Banking House ~ Furniture and Fixtures „"_"_"_"_ Stock in Federal Deposit Ins. Corp~.~~ Due from banks and bankers, cash and cash items 15,000.00 €,500 Total Resources 1,009,074.47 5,000.00 21,600.00 1,349.00 838,865.81 ? 1,873,789.28 50,000.00 60,000.00 100,000.00 23,683.11 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Fund I__I~I~~ Undivided profits (after dedu'cting'ex- •penses Deposits due to banks and bankers~on. demand AC ooq -. a T j. .j . .———————————««—____ *t>,fioy.io Individual deposits subject to check, 1,186,933.19 Savingc deposits 28,972.86 Time certificates of deposit 7465273 Demand certificates, certified checks, ' ' cashier's checks and unpaid dividends , , ig ^og ^i Postal Savings deposits ~~~ 396,WoO Total Liabilities STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Vice^p e ;efi'dSt^ 1 ;w r 'T Pr ^J dent; H - Hl Cowan «* Vice Presidents; H. L. Qilmore, Cashier; 'and F. L. MeMahon Asst. cashier of the bank above named, do solemnly swew that 1,750,206.17 $ 1,873,789.28 ('Bank Seal) 3^. H. MILLER, President H. R. COWAN and N. A. SMITH:, Vice Presidents H. L. QILMQRH, Coaler P. L. McMAHON, Asst. Caehjer (Notarial Seal) • M>DISB Notary PuhJto In and for

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