Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1934
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1; PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Permanent Wave Special Watch this paper for announcement of our new price on cro- quignolo waves. The Price Will be Under $3 The lowest price ever given on permanent waves in Algona. We are giving a free Realistic, or Eugene permanent wave every three months—ask about it. This ffliop will be open by appointment three evenings a week — Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday. We give Zolos machineless waves exclusively in Algona. Marigold Beauty & Cosmetic Shoppe PHONE 803 The New Chevrolets KECEIVEI) 3 CARLOADS LAST WEEK Come in and see them. Ride in a new Chevrolet Easter Sunday. We have gas, oil, parts, and accessories. Kohlhaas Eros. Garage — Algona —ou- You can now secure a loan of $300.00 or less at our new low monthly rate. Our new plan will mean a substantial saving to you. The Federal offers you the most complete loan service in the State. No delay. Reduced monthly payments. A loan plan can be arranged to suit your needs. WHY PAY M011E THAN OUR NEW LOW RATES? If you need money for any purpose see H. H. Krrase ALGONA BES MOINES PHONE 125 Representing FEDERAL FINANCE CO. SPRING SPECIALS IVe have purchased n large quantity of poultry supplies—at prices which we show here. \Ve are passing quantity buy on to you. Founts for Fruit .Tars, ea. 5c IS in. Feeders willi wood reel ------------------ ir, c 28-in. feeders with wire roe! _________________ 25 C .10-in. feeders with wood reel ------------------- .io c . tin feeders ____________ (j,- )C 50-liole covered 17-ft. Martin feeders $1.00 Galvanized adjustable. Martin Drum Type Oil Brood- crs for house. 8x12 $17.50 (Jueen Drum Type Brooders for house 8x12 $iy,00 Also many other types and sixes of feeders and waterers to choose from. I'iK pans, corrugated round, do/en $2.S5 •2 ft. liow troughs -l,">c Leather lialters !),-, c Lawn grass seed, luilk, Ib. ;j," )C JolniKon'ri Paste U'ax, 1-lb. can ;-,{(,. Service and Quality Wax, 1 II). can '_ ;{<) c AVasli boards ;jj) t . Dry ci'll lotteries ...I '_>,", c Wood chisels, Ji to P.i _ 2oc lotion braided clothes-" lines !.-(. Pliers, 0-in. regular 2,">c __18c 2(i-pc. loin in unity Tudor plate, ;!,"> year guarantee, regular Sia.,',0 set ___$!).95 Jelly server s]>ooiis, 50 yrs. guarantee, Itegular 1.50 value ]<| c Faultless Jilectric Washers, porcelain tub, 254-in. wriim-- or rolls— !i;.'!!).!).-> This is a liiyh grade maeliine and Nvill give many years of service. Truck With Irvington Horses Ditched .THUBaPAY. MA,,,.,, ^-asatgas^jigg^^g^^ i.'j 11i iprove the appearance and value of your property You'll ,,ot have such a chance to get a real bargain in painting and wall-papering again in many years Prices are going to go up. Paint preserves outside and inside. Use it and it will save you money. Use paint on the interior of your house and make it more cheery and comfortable. Call 137 and you'll be certain of a good workmanship painting or wallpapering job. Bert Deal OVERTURNED ON WAY TO MINNEAPOLIS Irvington, March 20— A Mr. Proa ter, of Garner, who has ibeeii buy ing horses in this community re centyl.had an accident with a truck load of stock enroute to Minneapolis. The truck, loaded with nine horses, lost a wheel late at night It turned over on its side 'and the horses escaped. Six horses .remained near the truck, and three rat short distance, but were found without difficulty the following morning. None of the horses were injured. Surprise for Mrs. A. Johnson— A number of Mrs. August Johnson's friends went to her home last Thursday afternoon in honor of her Slst birthday. Present were Mrs. Harry AVinkie, Mrs. Jens Christiansen, and Mrs. Chris Olson, all of Algona; and the Will Ro'bisons and the Rome Robisons. Mrs. Johnson was presented with birthday jifts and luncheon was served late n the afternoon. 'Besides Mrs. Winde and Mrs. Rome Robison, daughters who attended, Mrs. Johnson las three other children; George at home, and Mrs. Cornelius "Larson and Will, both of 'Lake Park, Minn. iSince Mr. Johnson's death several years ago Mrs. Johnson and George have continued farming. Mrs. Johnson is one of the pioneer women of Irvington township, having resided on the same farm for uore than half century. To Open Passion Services — The Rev A. English preached Sunday on, 2 Timothy 4:7, I have fought a good fight. I have finished my course. I have kept the faith. The Rev. fiVIr. English opens a series of pasion week sermons Sunday morning. They will continue on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings closing with a service Friday afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock. Contributors to the church are asked to see the treasurer, Mrs. A 1 ". J. Schichtl before the year closes. Aid Officers Are Keelected— The Aid's annual business meeting was held Thursday alfternoon at the church parlor •with large number present. All officers were re-elected. They are: President, Mrs. Earl Miller; vice, Mrs. 0. L. Miller; secretary, Mrs. K. P. Honey; treasurer, Mrs. Frank Ditsworth. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served iby host- eses, Mrs. Vern Barker and Mrs. William Boldridge. Hoof Blaze Is Extinguished — Mrs. Kate Chilton and her daughter, Etta Meiers, were frightened Saturday when the roof of their house caught fire. Lewis Schepp- nnm, who was working for Mrs. Chilton Saturday, put out the blaze, but one or two large holes were burned in the roof. The shingles caught ifrom sparks from the chimney failed 'by the heavy wind. The Sick Are Improving — j Dewey, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sldlling, who has been suffering with pneumonia, is rapidly recovering. Delores, daughter of the Carl Browns, underwent an operation for appendicitis late last week. A. McLean has been having medical attention because of severe ear aches. Two Jfew Members for Club— The Embroidery club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Ben Terhune, with 20 present. Mrs. Cora Virgin and Mrs. John Dreesman joined tho club. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Cleve Stewart in April. Mrs. Terhune will have charge of the program. Grandson's Birthday Observed — Mrs. J. H. Cox entertained Sunday in honor of her grandson, John Miller, who recently celebrated his 14th birthday. Guests were the Earl Millers, Vern Christie, Harold Sabin and Noble Crouch. Horse Dies of Infection- Harry Sabin lost one nf his best horst-s last week from infection. A bull rushed the horse into a board j fence, and n large splinter was not discovered till inl'ecUon had developed. Echv. Williiiss Birthday Observed- Mrs. rod AVilkius recently gave a surprise party in honor of Mr. AVil- )kins, and 43 attended. IliVlXiTOX NKWS Mrs. M. L. Honey has a letter from Mrs. Clo. Arnfelt, New Rich- iUuul, Minn., in which Mrs. ATivt'elt told of the death of her youngest son, AVrnon, 27.. in a 'Minneapolis hospital recently. He had suffered from lung trouble and had been bedfast in tho hospital for months. Vonion was 22 born hero on J HUti farm occupied by Mrs. V. I Schichtl. He spent his early years jin this vicinity, the family also liv liiiK on the farm occupied by Mr kind Mrs. Geo. Hackman, Sr. for several years. He is survived his wife, and several sisters and brothers besides his parents. The O. L. Millers were dinner guests at Mrs. Robert Hutchinson's, Algona, Saturday evening. Guests there Sunday were the AVil- lard Gregsons and Charles Harvey, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Sbultz were Sunday guests of Mrs. Sam •Stue.ssy, Lu Vorne. The Howard imvuru TO neip x [Shores, Algona, spent Sunday with c-brato a birthday | Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Sliltz. _ . Mrs. Seward Thornton and sons, Jolln Mosbach Birthday Observed who have been at Douglas Riley's w ''"- »T«..H — <- -. . • • since Mr. Thornton has been a patient at the hospital, recently went to Livermore to spent a few days. Seward, wttio underwent an operation for hernia recently will leave the hospital Saturday. Victor Applegate, who has been in ill health for over a year, ihas o Iowa City to go through t clinic. Mrs. Applejrate with the s on the farm work. Mrs. Haubert Joihnson, B'airfield Mo., recently came to O. L. Miller's to join lier husband, -who is employed there. Seneca Pastor's Wife 60; Friends Help Observe Day Seneca, March 20—Mrs. Sande was surprised at her home a week ago Monday afternoon by a large group of friends who came to help celebrate her sixtieth birthday anniversary. Present were Mrs. Jor- gonson of Blue Earth and the Mea- dnmcs Peter Thorsen and Jolm Andreason, of Ringsted, Harry AVid- del and Nels AVilberg, of Fonton, and the MoedameB Ole Johnnnoson, Millen Jensen, Linus Jensen, .Ten- nlo Jensen, William Osborn, Herman Struecker Joo Madden, Otto W'llberpr, Henry Lange, Martin WH- berg, George Carlson J. H. Jensen, Jena Hivlvorson Albert Ullstad, Ole Oleson, Jolm Cherland, Christina Jensen, Henry LooCt, William Holdin, Anna Obsorn and daughter, August Nelson, and the TOiompson girls. A cash gift was presented. Opens New Bwuity Shop— Helen, daughter of the Oscar Pattersons, opened a beauty shop In Rlngsted Saturday 'named "Pot's Beauty Shop," and located iln rooms above Berkland's cafe. She purchased all new equipment and has had tho rooms entirely redecorated. A beauty culture specialist was with her on the opening day. 'Observe Wedding Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Oscar -Patterson celebrated their 20th wedding an- iVlvorsary lost week, and their guests of the day wore the Adolph Anderson, Gus Haneen, and Martin Henricksen families, of near Ring- jstui, and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Peterson. Surprise Putty Is Given— A group of young people sur- .prised Lawrence Johanneson last week Tuesday evening at 'his 'home on his birthday anniversary. The evening was spent in gomes, and a luncheon was served, prepared by the guests. Lenton Services Are Hold— Lenten services are held each Thursday morning in the Norwegian Lutheran church, alternating each week with the Norwegian and Other Seneca News. Mm. Jennie, Jensen entertained at her homo last week Wednesday evening 1 Mr. n.nd Mrs. Martin Jonsen, the Hans N. Wllberg family, tho George Jensen family, and Mr. d Mrs. Ralph Jensen, all of Ringsted, and Mr. ond Mrs. Mlllon Jonson. Mrs. Jennie Jensen entertained ot dinner Sunday Mrs. Sande, Ml-, and Mrs. Albert Ullstad and son Bobby, Mr, and Mrs. Otto Wllberg and daughters, the Jens Halvorsen faintly and Mrs. Christina Jensen. Mrs. Anna Osborn was an afternoon vds- i'tor. Mr. and Mrs. John Andreason and son James, and, the George Jensen family, oil of Rlngsted, Mr. and Mrs, iMillen Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loofit and son Jackie, were guests at Reuben Tjarsen's, near Armstrong, Friday evening. WplHam Osborn and sons, Lesiter and Nell, left Saturday mom- ling for a short visit with relatives In Charles Oity, Waterloo and LaPorte City. They returned home Monday. Tim I-I. Doocy underwent an operation for appendicitis at |the (Bancroft hospital. He was reported in a critical condition last week, but lias shown much improvement recently. Mrs. Wilbent Richmond and daughters, and Mrs. Wayne Richmond visited the former's parents, tho William Osborns, a week ago Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ixwige cared for tlie Pater Hayenga farm a few days last week while Mr. and Mrs. Hayenga drove to Dee Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Oto Kelley, of Swea City, spent last week Thursday with the latter's mother, Mrs. Anna Osborn. Leona and Dorothy Jensen, oC Ringsted, spent Friday alight wdt«i their grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Jenson, 80TH BIRTHDAY OBSERVED AT WHJTTEMORE Whibtemore, Mar. 20—Friends and neighbors came to avelp Mrs. Margaret Krueger celebrate her SOth olrtliday Tuesday evening. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Krueger, Mrs. William Struecker, Mr. William Bush, all of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker, Mrs. Fred Myer, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. W. Struecker; Mr, and Mrs. Fred Strue- -ker, Mrs. Andrew Drewe, Mrs. Anna Dau, Mrs. Henry Helmke, Mrs. D. Cordes, Mrs. August Mlelke. Two Babies Are Christened— Marvin Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker, and Marlyn Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Maaha, were christened Sunday at St. Paul's -Lutheran • church, and sponsors were Henry Lauck Sr., Steen, Minn., and Mrs. Fred Struec ker fop the Struecker baby, Mid Mr. ind Mrs. Elmer Bell for the Maahs baby. .Hiililcmaii Shows 1'ictures Here— The Rev. W. G. Muhleman, Al- 4ona, Methodist district superintendent, gave a talk before the high school Friday afternoon, and in the evening Mr. Muhleman showed moving pictures in connection with a Motihodist church in or near the Yellowstone Park, and of the world's fair, etc. iris Have Slumber I'nrly— Twelve girls had a slumber party : Henry Knocker's Friday night- Myrtle and lola Barber, Irene Connors. Ruth Vamlt, June Wchrspann Alvera JJehnUe, Evelyn Voight Lil- Uiin and Dorothy Ilcldenwlth ' Matilda Wagner, Lillian Kuecker and Bernice Balgeman. Has 3519 Ticrcs— There were cmiUing and wood- sawing bees a,t <5eor«o Meyer's Mar. 13. The women worked on a (jiiilt 'or Lydia Meyer, which IUIB 3510 eces in it. Mrs. Luiiis Brant z had quilting- boo Friday afternoon and evening 1 . ISlPffion is <{iilc(— Herman Vaudt was a candidate :or ro-election ;,. s indopomlent school 'liMtrict dirtr-.tor last week Monday "id «(.i 7U out „[ ?;) vntos Frank Ufst,,nl,..!,mT rweiviHl CS «mt of 73 votes for reelertion as treasurer. AVoncin Honored- Nm-man Crawford and Mrs. M^H'jn Ituupe, Altcona. and Noldsi Vawford will ontL-rtniii 05 wom cM ite week Tuesday in 'Imnor of Mi-^ '.'laytuii _ Crook 10nim<.-t.-,b U ry. Two Hcr<rii; lv <! ()|)eratioii— '"" " •Mrs. Nick Kermm wii.s operated on •^inn-day a,t Rochester. \v,iHe- Taake was operated on one d-i- l-,sl week for rnastolditis at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Hilltop Dunlin, Editor Has . '. Burdlne has boo,, '-^Jing nlxjut with a limp, ihf; ro . "Uk of an ailtempt to chop off a tamo duck's head. He .hit a toe instead. Mrs. Hannover Has Kirth,i ay _ Relatives and friends gathered at William Hun- Sundiiy c-vf-ning to help Mrs. Hannover Edna Mosfbach entertained the ckussmatcB of ^er brother John Sunday evening in honor of his birthday. per Other Whincmore News i aluminum demo Rev. and Mm. W. .. Hedenwith, Mr. and Mrs. John Meine, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strueck- spent English languages. This week Thursday the sermon wHl be In Nor- Mr. and Mrs. Matt Klrsch, St. Joe, were callers at S. J, Devdno's last week Wednesday. Mrs. -R. H. Skllllng was a caller at the T. R. Pickard'9, Plum Creek Friday. She found Mrs. Packard somewhat recovered from the effects of the doe attack she Buffered two weeks ago. Frances Winkle, of Union, was a guest at the Frank Capes!us homo Sunday. Doctor and Mrs. Southwlck, Marshalltown, were at George John" (son's last week. Mrs. Southwldk and Mrs. Johnson are sisters. IjeRoy, Mrs. Johnson are slstensL Lolloy tmly son of tho Johnsons, ils still critically .sick at the home of Ms parents. The Floyd Gardner and Chester Bailey families, north of Algona, wore Sunday visitors at Hugh Raney's. Mrs. Eva Gardner, mother of Mrs, Gardner and Mrs. (Bailey, Is spending some time wlMi Mrs. Raney. The Irvington corn j hog committee Is working every day and will soon finish visiting farms operated by signers. The B. AV. (Burltngames Jiavo a new Chevrolet. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, of Doan, spent last Thursday at Geo. Johnson's. Ray Seffea-t who farmed the old Alger place lost year, has moved to Irvlngiton, and a family named Myers lias ithe Alger farm. The Mart McGuires, Algona, spent Sunday at John McGuire's. Irving Blbcrt, employed at tlhe Frank Capesius farm, attended ithe ordination ceremonies of Father Fandel, Whtttemore, ait Sioux City, Sunday. Joh n Lelnebach and the II. \y. Gee- lans. Ho camo with Mr. and airs. Franlj Hess, wto o attended the Mrs 1 ! Peter ThHges funeral ait St. Joe. Mr. Hess \vas a brother of Mrs. Thdlges, and is also a brotihor of Mrs. .Peter Orlger, AVhittemore. ' The Ralph Browns, Algona, were Sunday ddnner guests at Roy Crniiv- Cord's. Sunday everting guests were Nelda Crawford, Whititemore, and Bill Finn, Alg-ona. Afiternoooi vJsi- toi-s were tho William Rueches Jr. Raymond Ealgeman, Raymond HeUer, Bernice Balgeman, and L,il- llas and Dorothy Heldonwlt'h drove tfi Lu Verne Sunday to bring home Mola Balgeman, R. N., who had been visiting there. Viola Balgeman, R. N., and her sister Bernice were -Sunday evening guests at William Meyer's. Edv,-in Grelnart, Fairv.ille, was a Sunday dinner or's. Mrs. George Mergen entertained last week Tuesday evening, fln honor of her son Harvey, who is leaving- soon for CaMforn'la, where .he obtained employment. guest at George Mey- has Mrs. H. w. iBehnke left last Thursday night for Chicago to care for her daughter, Mrs. Wilbert Haberkamp, and a new baby. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr., eon Armon visited last week at Br- win and Walter Struecker's. also at Henry Lauck Jr.'s. Mr. ana Mrs. Theodore Ellxsrt, Algina, visited Monday at Ralph Fandel's. airs. Fred Jacob and Mrs Elbert were here Friday. air. and Mrs, C. C. Johnson, West Bend, visited the latter's parents, Supervisor and Mrs. F. j. Balgeman Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voight, .son James, and Mrs. Herman Volg-hit spent Friday afternoon at Kmmets- burg. William Mei-fron, Glen Haven, WLs., arrived ono day last week for -short visits at Mike Gongler's anil NJck Mei-g-on's. Doctors Mueller and Meyer and John Newel, all o£ Fentoii, were here last week Tuesday. Mrs. R, N. Finnell, who had been at Mason City a week, visiting relatives, returned Sunday. Nelda Crawford, R. 'N. went to Emmetsburg .Sunday evening for an extended visit. Tho George CHIT baby and the little son of the LeRoy Fan-ells have been sick. Ralph Walker was n. Sunday din nor K uests at Adolph Dietrich'* Rodman. Dorothy Loebaeh up with quinsy. laid RichPofrft Champlin Plans to Build Oil Station The Champlin Refining Co., which, now operates the Cewel estate gas station south of the Algona hotel, Hias bought the three Geo. iL. Galbraibh estate business lots across the street east of the Ford garage, and, it is understood will build an up-to-date station there this spring which will rival anything of the kind in the county. It is reported that the company will make Algona its headquarters for its .business in this vicinity, ,J>. J. Waldron, district supervisor, lives here, and R. 'L. Maxwell is station agent. AGAIN! G-AMiB'LElS (BRING- YOU two tires for the price of one. Buy one Pharis First Line 6-ply tire at the regular list -price and get the second tire 'FREE. Easter Greetings should be conveyed in Clothes In the BEST OF TASTE— as well as Word 1 Suits of the latest patterns for men and you,,- , Hats of newest styles—-shirts and neckwear—a i complete assortment. 10st Madson & Hanson THE HOME OF BETTER CLOTHES "I tell yon, Jolm, we really are next-door neighbors." "I don't know about thht— you live in town and I'm seven miles ia the country." "Yes, but -we both have telephone] and that brings us right together." Fanners wrist have markets. Business men in town must hor» producers and consumers, and formers arc both. The telqihoM llnw of the community keep them in touch with each other. Neighbors and others attended a party a,i the Lon (Jougo's Sunday evening, the occasion lie-ing Mr. Onngo'.s birthday. The party "was a surprise for him. The- Aid met with Mrs. Mae Harris last Thursday, and Mrs. Joi-gcn Skow conducted Riblc- study, after which lunch wus .served to •>•>. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey «t.e\vn Mrs Mary Muckoy. and John \Vermoreen attended tho funeral of Mrs Leanto- 'Barton, Lu Verne, last Thursday. The AVemiersens and the Bartons wej-e n'ieghbors when the former lived at Lu Verne Minnie Kutehava returned Sunday from Grinnell, where she lias been since March 1, helping Mrs. A J. trrosoiiUioh with movlnjj ana getting settled in a new home. Mr. Grosenbach was at Algona Sunday evening. Minnie says the Grotienb-ichs like their new home. There were two snowstorms and one good ruin while she was there. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huff, Pl um Mr. and Mrs. John MHlor spent Sunday with relative., at Mason wFr ^ d . Pluinb fe " sick Pi'lday and was token to a hospital at AlgonS Continuing Our 40th ANNIVERSARY SALE and Early Spring Sale of 001 Look what you save on these Children's Shoes They're sturdy . . . real Brownbilt quality ... but priced ridiculously low. $1.65 to = I • I = = Sensational values in this Special Broken Size Boys' and girls' shoes styles . . . most sizes . ord-brealdng savings. • popular and rec- on the extra wear in these 100 per cent leather Brownbilt Shoes . . . and tSr special low price during this sale SPECIAL VALUES This group includes some of the season's favorite Brownbilt styles. Come early to get them at these low prices,] $1.48 to $g.f S JUST ARRIVED New footwear fashions to flatter youf J gayest costume .... Here's amazing values in Shoes for Boys $1,69 to $2.9$ BROWNELL SHOE CO- 16 E. STATE STBEET IOWA |

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