Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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JPAGE TWO Harry J. Hauptley, 36, of Wesley, Dies of Heart Disease SUDDEN DEATH OF YOUNG MAN ILL 2 MONTHS "Wesley, May 1—Harry Joseph tHauptley, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Hauptley, Wesfley, died Suddenly of heart disease at 11:30 flast Ttluirsday morning. Funeral services, conducted by the Rev. I. C. MoNulty, were held at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon, «nd was largely attended, many persons being obliged to stand. <Burial was made in Evergreen .cemetery. Harry 'had long suffered from (heart trouble and dropsy, and had been very sick for the last two month. However, the end was un- texpected. Ho was born in Han- *ock county March 12, 1898. Besides his parents, Harry is 'Burvived 'by five .brothers: John, Cherokee; Edgar, Frank, William, and Elmer, Wesley; also by three asters; Mrs. Amanda Nelson, and Mrs. Laura Eden, Wesley; and Mrs. Emma .Steenlage, Britt. A Tbrother, Edgar, died six years ago at Paulina, Iowa, and a sister died in infancy. Four Teachers at Ln Verne Resign Four Lu Verne teachers have refused contracts for another year. One is Opal Morrison, English, music, and declamatory coach, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sarchet -north of Algona farmers who, with Mrs. Morri- ison's young son and a hired hand, lost their lives in a night fire a year or so ago, Irene and Bernice Sweuson, sisters, known in Algona as the result of numerous visits 1 in ere, and Nonna Partridge, _ all grade teachers, have also declined reelection. Oscar Anderson. Mrs. August Bahling, daughter Esther, and Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Algona, visited a week ago Sunday t Fielder Perry's, Manson. K. J. Smith has had a new cement walk laid In front of his residence. C. W. Schryver has had a valk- repaired. Mr. and Mrs. George I/. Gray vent to Rochester Sunday, and Jrs. Gray was to go through the .layo clinic. Winsome Volentine, Sanborn George Spangler Dies Sunday- George Spangler ST., who came 'from Ack'ley and lived here 'between the approximate dates of 1904 and 1914, died after an extended illness at his home in Freeport, 111., Sunday morning, April 29, aged about 86. Funeral services were to be held this week Wednesday morning, and burial was to fce made at Freeport 'beside ithe grave of his wife, who died two years ago. Mrs. Spangler was a Bister of Nathan, Amandus Sr., and August Studer. He is survived 4)y eight children, two o£ the sons' in Iowa: Frank, Lake Park, and Oeorge, telephone manager at*J3v- -«riy. The others are Mrs. Kelly, Iowa Falls, Mrs. Lucy Day, Fair- fcault, Minn.; Mrs. Keough, Ida, Minn.; Mrs. Mary Smith, Rockford, HI., Leonard, Freeport; Tillie, at borne. Auxiliary Has Carpet-Bag Bee— The Legion Auxiliary met last Thur&daj: evening, Mrs. Helen JHuber, 'hostess, and the women al- BO met Friday afternoon for a carpet-rag bee. The hour for the Auxiliary program, which is broadcast fom WOI, Ames, on the last Friday of each month, has been *(hanged from 4:30 to 6 p. m. The programs flast 45 minutes. Tiiisi •week Tuesday a joint tri-county meeting for Winnebago, Hancock, Said Kossuth.counties will be held *.t Britt, and a delegation from Wesley will attend. Next week Tuesday an Eighth district joint meeting will be held at Fort Dodge and Mrs. L. 'L. Lease will take part as Wesley's representative in a bldt, The Legkmaire, put on by Kossuth county. •Carl Hanson Birthday Observed— The children of Mr. and Mrs. 3Carl Hansen gathered at their tfarm Iiome Sunday to observe Mr. Kansen'a 'birthday. Those present Were the Theron and Raymond •Hamsen families and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, Wesley; and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hansen, "dear Lake. Noonday dinner was served, the children all contributing articles to the meal. Mrs. Raymond Hansen made tiie birthday •cake. BURT SENIORS ENTERTAINED BYJUNIORS Burt, May 1—The annual Junior- Senior banquet will be held at the schoolhouse this week Wednesday evening. The class play, Beads on a String, will be given Friday evening, May 11. The baccalaureate sermon will be given Sunday evening, May 13. There are 19 to be graduated from high school this year. Commencement will be on May 21 at the Methodist church, and the program follows: Grand March, high school orchestra; processional, seniors in alphabetical order; America; invocation, the Rev. C. B. Mitchell; salutatory; music, senior octette; valedictory. Music to a marching tune, boys' Glee club; address, Prof. Clay larshbarger, speech department, State University; Woman's club awarding diplomas, Mrs. ianra, president board of award of Burt English prize; Maude educa- 5>elmar Benner Here Again— (Delmar iBenner, recently of Port- -3and, Ore., arrived Sunday for a -visit of indefinite length with his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. George Ben- «er. Delmar left Wesley for Oregon 15 yeara ago. Up to ibhat tame this place 'had always been hia •Ihotne. "WesleyanB Defeat Yernon Twp.— Our 'boys won a baseball game from Vernon township, Humboldt county. "Friday afternoon, 12-4. ^TO*ey pl-ay Corwith here this week Tuesday,snd a return game against Vernon itownsttiip here this week Thursday. Methodist Supper is Success— The Methodist Aid took in more than '$22 at its 25c supper in the -Church (basement .Saturday evening. The Mother's & Daughter's Tbanquet at Sexton last Thursday «rening, cleared J12.50. District W. H.M.S. Meeting— There will be an Algona dis- 4riot convention of the Methodist W. H. M. S. at Garner this week JTuesday, beginning at 8:45 a. in. Junior to Stage Play— The Junior will give a play, The laugh Clown, at Kleinpeter'a hall Saturday evening. Admissions will *e 20c and S5c. Other Wesley News. George Benner accompanied hia daughter, Mrs. George Spangler, iirerly, and Mr. Spangler to HI., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Spangler (attended the funeral of ihe former's father at Freeport, and Mr. visited relatives at Ster- ion; Star Spangled Banner; benediction, the Rev. S. H. Aten. The invitations this year are unique in that on the third page there appears a picture of the schoolhouse surrounded by pictures of the graduates. Bennetts Live In Log House— The Jesse Thoresons spent the week-end with friends at Farnhamville, where they formerly lived. They also called on the F. L. Bennetts, who moved from here ;his spring to Lake City, where ;hey bought a small acreage. They iave built a log house from trees on the place, and Mr. Thoreson says it makes them an unusual as well as comfortable home. The house is two stories In height and contains seven or eight rooms. Women to Have May Breakfast— The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. J. T. Heaney's. The program was on Iowa History, and consisted of roll call, Important Tax Changes, Anna Overgaard, and a book review by Mrs. O. H. Graham, Fenton. Mrs. Graham was formerly a member of the club. The last meeting of the club year will be a May breakfast Saturday morning, Help Observe Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. R. S. John, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert, Mr. and Mrs F. A. Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. C. L Holding, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott attended a dance at Sexton Saturday night, and afterwards went to the Scott home to help them celebrate a wedding anniversary. Two Families Move— The H. W. Trainers have moved into the R. A. Bleich house in south Burt; the Jas. Christensens into the house they recently purchased, vacated by the Trainers. Mother's Day at Church— The Epworth League will give a Mother's day program at the Methodist church Sunday evening. Ii will include a play and musical numbers. Lyla Olson Has Throat Infection— Lyla Olson is sick with throa infection and pneumonia. Darwin Morness Is also sick. 'ding. August Studer and his son Martin, Mallard, also his son Julius, St. {Benedict, called Sunday an August's brother Nathan. .Since the death of Mrs. August Studer, Mr. etuder and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Btuder have lived together at Mallard. Mrs. Bertha Ri-tachnieier, Iowa "Falls, 'her daughter Mira and her Eon Clarence and his syife. came last Thursday an remained until IPriday. They had the roof of the corncrib -on Mrs. llifcsahmeier's farm repaired and the crib sealed. Mabel Lawler, Mrs. John Hut- «hinson's sister, who is teaching iat Belmond, and (Miss Lawler'd friend Miss Newel, Fenton, wiiio -leaches -at Belmond, spent the week-end with Mrs. Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bergeson, Oaslan, with Shirley Ann, visited Mrs. Bergesou's parents, the Win. Hutchinsons, Sunday. They came 4BHd went by rail. Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker and •Mrs. Ed. Studer, Corwith, visited at Mrs. Susan Lease's Sunday. The Olai Funnemarkfi attended 1 a mission festival at the Lutheran cburch, Seneca, -Sunday. Tiie Bible study class will meet at the Methodist church this week Tuesday night. Kossuth 0. E. S. Will Meet— Kossuth Chapter No. 201, O. E S., will meet next Tuesday. Other Burt News. Mrs. M. A. Dexter returned Bunday from two months with her daughters at Truman, Minn,, a brother at Austin, Minn,, and sisters at Osage and Mason City. Al Osage she was In an auto accident in which she suffered minor Injuries and a sister was seriously Injured. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Maciay visited last week Monday at Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson's. Mr. Mackay IB Mrs. Patterson's brother. They were on their way to their home al Pipestone, Minn., after visiting twin granddaughters at Van Meter. Mr. and Mrs. A, H. Stewart, of Waterloo, and the George Boettch- ers, Fenton, spent Sunday at the Myron Meinzer and Mrs. Clara Olsen homes. Mrs. Stewart Is a cousin of Mr. Meinzer, Mrs. Olsen, and Mrs. Boettcher. D. L. McDonald returned last week Monday from Willmar, Minn, where he had taken his wife anc little daughter, who remained for a fortnight's visit with Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swan Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp anc the J. O. Isenbergers took Gal Isenberger to her home at Clarion Sunday. They also visited the Gottlieb Gutkuecht home at Humboldt, where they had supper. Mrs. Matilda Ward is spending a few weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. G. C. Giddings, Wil- lainina Giddings, who is working at Titonka, spent Sunday at home. John Murray returned Monday from Eastern, Minn., where he had spent several weeks with a daughter, Mrs. Frank Nellis. The Nellises brought him home. The Leonard Schmidts, Corwith, visited Sunday at the Paul Moore home. They brought home Mrs. Moore, who had spent a week at the Schmidt home. The G. W. Bleichs and Donald Cronin, Algona, went to New Richland, Minn., Sunday to visit Mr. Bleich's mother and sister, Mrs. teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Volentine. Dr. Melvin Bourne and Mrs. Opal Morrison, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Dr. W. T. Peters home. Mrs. Gottlieb Gutknecht, Humboldt, was expected Tuesday for a week with her sister, Mrs. J. O. Isenberger. The Lutheran Aid met last Thursday afternoon in the church basement. Mrs. Delbert Hanna was hostess. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bleich visited from last Thursday to Monday at their son Albert's, Spring Valley, Minn. The U and I Circle met Friday at Mrs. Gerald Brace's. Mrs. A. G. Volentine was assistant hostess. Elsie Black, R. N., Des Molnes, came Saturday for a week with her sister, Mrs. Leonard Dittmer. Lester Schwietert, Clear Lake, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert. Elma Krueger, Fenton, visited from last Thursday till Sunday with Beada Kollasch. Mattie Warner and Eva Whitney spent the week-end with relatives at Cedar Falls. Shirley Hansen, who was sick with intestinal flu last week, is back in school. Mrs. E .R. Woltz had her tonsils out last week Wednesday. Little Blllle Boettcher has been sick. AUTOMOBILE SALES STILL LOOKING UP Twenty-four more new cars have been sold In the county since April U to bring the total for April to 66 and for the year to 142. Purchasers were: Chevrolets—Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, S. E. McMahon, Aloyslus Erpeldlng, and Roy Hilton, all of Algona; Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., Fort Dodge; Mrs. Herman Dreyer, Supt. M. E. Otterness and Edw. W. Prlebe, Fenton; John E. Wlhon, Tltonka; Ernest Fischer and ,T. R. Wesley. > aul o, Plymouths—.Fro,] ,1. • tonka; Alice v HM Vrle '.l Lake; W. F. P o rkll J , nbA 7*, Dodges-win AW 8 l ma and John Jur KO nso n "' Hudsons ' n. FORHLLT rnniti ASPIRIN For headaches, colds and other pains get quick, safe relief. Puretest Aspirin does not depress the heart or irritate the stomach. 24 Tablets one box for 26c KLENZO SHAVING CREAM Shaving cream that's made for he-man tough beards. Thick creamy lather takes the fight out of wiriest beards Quickly—leaves your face clean and fresh. tube 25C for 26c illKtt IF THEY LAST THAT LONG 10 to 11 n.m THEATRICAL COLD CREAM Deep cleanse your pores as movie and stage people do. Here is a big supply. Rcadymade Bandage 2 for 26c Germicidal Soap 1% 2 for 26c Dainty Deodorant 2 for 36c Firstaid Z. O. Adh. Plaster l"xlyd. 2 for lie 1" x S yd. 2 for 30c Quick Acting Plaster 2 for Sic BRUSHES KLENZO Tooth Brushes Concave and Convex 2 for 26c at the 25c ALMOND COCOA SOAP Cellophane wrapped package Softening and beautify- c . ing for your skin. Hurry b cakes for this bargain. Only one tale to a customer 1 Ib. 75c for 76c tf FRIDRV 10 to 11 n.m. 3 35c tubes KLENZO DENTAL CREME for only 36c The tooth paste you need to keep teeth sparkling. 9 Only one safe to a customer SRTURDRV 2 to 3 P.m. one 5Oc Jonteel Foundation Cream one 5Oc Jonteel Cleansing Cream one 5Oc Jonteel Face Powder > box 50C NEW LOVELINESS with JASMINE Of SOUTHERN FRANCE FACE POWDER Now Size for tiie CREAM of the WORLD'S BEST COD LIVER OIL cream of the Lofoten, Norway, supply. Finest in flavor. Richest in Vitamins A and D. Twice tested. 1 pint $joo for $101 IN ONE BOX Only one safe to a customer all for JASMINE of Southern France Beauty Creams I jar 35c 2 for 36( ORDERLIES 60 tablets 1 BOX SOC 2for51C (or CHAPS WINDBURN SUNBURN Keeps your skin soft, youthful. Prevents "kitchen hands" and chaps—sunburn and windburn. HIKER'S IfottitSOc ILASOL 2for5k ORIGINAL The one you hear broadcast over Ithe RAD I 6 ONE CENT HERE'S HOW IT'S DONE 10,000 Rexall Drug Stores take part in this tremendous sale. Due to seasonal demand a few of the items listed may have been sold at prices lower than the regular price listed here. . . . but never as low as on this sale, CASTOR OIL Extra refined. Sweet and 3 oz. bottle nutty flavor. 1for *% *%&*. 25c 2fo,26C one pint 50C MILK of MAGNESIA Neutralizes acids that cause indigestion and other ills. > for TOOTH PASTE the way to keep your teeth sparkling white, onetubt A nn 25C £ for /QC SYMBOL Water Bottle or Fountain Syringe Molded one piece from soft pliable rubber. 2 qt. cap. r$i.i9 2for$1.20 VOUR PEnniES WORTH PLEHTV HERE ! GYPSY CREAM Relief .for itches and skin irritations. 8 oz. bottle 4Qc 2for41C BEAUTY NEEDS and TOILET GOODS AGAREX COMPOUND Mineral Oil action —delicious to taste. 1 pint *l«> 2 for'l 01 ANALGESIC BALM . . . | For sprains, bruises and head and chest colds. One tube SOC 2 for 5U Ml 31 ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION 49c P int for Tiny Tot Talcum SOc Petroleum Hair Rub Bouquet Rame« Face Powder Georgia Re«e Face Powder 2for26c MILK 2 for sic I Of MAGNESIA SOcpint £ for for $1.01 2 for Sic 2 for 26c Georgia ROM Talc Lavender Body Powder 2 for $1.01 Lavender Talcum 2 for 26c Stag After Shave Powder 2 for 26c Stag After Shave Lotion 2 for Sic Jonteel Soap 2 for 26c Medicated Skin Soap 2 for 26c Rexall Toilet Soap 2 for lie Mi 31 Shaving Cream 2 for Sic Rexall Shaving Lotion 2 for Sic Tar Shampoo Soap 2 fer 26c Rexall Antiwptic Te«th Powder 2 for 36c Harmony Lilac Vegetal 2 for 76c EPSOM SALT 3 oz. 70c 76 02. 25c 2 for 2 for 26c WNCENT'S assorted CHOCOLATES 1 pound pkg. 2 for 61C Permedge RAZOR BLADES 25c • w 2 PIRIN TABLETS (2% solution) MERCUROCHROME V 2 oz. 25c MMMHHHMMMHM HARMONY COCOA BUTTER COLD CREAM HARMONY CREAM of ALMONDS 35 C for For headaches, colds and other bodily pains. Qwck rehef— for they disintegrate in 2 to 7 seconds. They do not depress the heart. « for 40c for 50c PURE FOOD Opeko Malted Milk Root Beer Ex; Opeko Baking Chocolate Lemon Ex. S ™<>ND<S INN Beef Cubee 12«i. IS ox. Jar 3 ox. PRODUCTS 2 for 46c 2 for rfic 2 for $1.01 2 for 26c 2 for 26c 2 for 41c 2 for 26c RUBBING ALCOHOL COMPOUND There's nothing like the cool tingling rub down you get with Puretest Rubbing Alcohol Compound. Drives out muscle soreness and stiffness. The Athlete's favorite, one pint 50c 2 for 51 STAG lathorloss SHAVING CREAM Quick shave with no brush or rubbing. 35c tube 2for36( Milk of Magnesia TOOTH PASTE Neutralizes acids to prevent tooth decay. 25c tube 2 KLENZO CoeoanutOil SHAMPOO I Cleanses scalp and replaces needed oils. 50c n r<< botifi & for 0 |c CORN SOLVENT Don't suffer from f burning, irritating corns. Lift them off. PHARMACEUTICAL Ca.cara Co. No. 3 Htnkle Pink 1W« 2 for 36c G. E. Sodium Phetphate 4 oz. 2 fo» Sic Lord Baltimore Papeterie White and TinU 2 f or 4i c Medford Papeterie White and TinU 2 for 26c Graph Ink 2 for 16c OPEKO COFFEE MIHEMUllt. ? pinf 75c 2 - 76c Cascade POUND PAPER or ENVELOPES 40c each 2 for 41C on* Ib. tin vacuum seafed Zll ene for PONTEX TOILET TISSUE T ROLL 10c 2 for IJC C OXIDE r OINTMENT 20c 2 for 21c | 30c 2 for 31c for 25e<) bottled for Mi31 DENTAL PASTE BOP 4 ^ Sic one tube 50c 'MILK CHOCOLATE 'Alb. bar 4* 19c <&f( Horton'a "NEW PROCESS" Bars H Ib. 2 tor 20c Almond Bar ft Ib. 2 for 26c Chocolate Peanut Bar 1 lb> 2 for 26c Fenway Cherrie* 1 lb> 2 for Sic Sanitary Napkins ONE DOZ. 25c 2 for 26C . James "The Rexall Store" Algona —; Iowa WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Carbolic Salve tube* 2 for 26c Eyelo 8 oz. 2 for 51c Rexall Foot Powder 4 oz. _ „ 2 for 26c Rexall Laxative Salt ^ oz. 2 for Sic Laxative Cold Tablets M-I ,,l 4 '* 2for26c Milnol 16 oz. 2 for 76c PeptonalGoz. 2 for $1.01 Antacid Gas Tablets _ . , 40'« 2 for 26c Beef, Wine and Iron r j ! 5.? ? - 2 for $1 -°* Cedar Chest Compound 8oz. • 2for26c Diuretic Kidney PHU W'» 2 for Sic Boric Acid—Powder or Crystal* 4 oz. 2 for 18c Cream of Tartar 2 for 26c Esaence Peppermint loz. 2for26c F. E. Cascara Arom. 4 oz. 2 for 46c 25c Lanolin Tubes 2 for 26c No. 6 Disinfectant 16 oz. 2 for 51c Spirits Camphor , loz. 2for21c Tincture Iodine with APP- ZincStearateloz,2for26c RochelleSalt3oz.2for26c LITTLE LIVER PILLS GLYCERINE SUPPOSITORIES Advli$and O fpr 121

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