Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1934 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR Five and Six Per Cent with safety on Money i ALGOXA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Inc. 1917 Authorized Capital $1,000,000.00 For 17 years this Association has continued to pay not less than 5% on paid-up shares and 6% on in Btallment shares. KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA A continuous record since organization of good earnings, all very carefully secured through firs't mortgage loans on Algona property conservatively appraised and insured. You can invest in a lump sum or start a savings of $1.00 per month —anytime. Interest paid January 1st and July 1st each year. EXPERIENCE AND CARE IN handling the savings of hundreds of members in this Association together with a continuous record of sound earnings is your proof for the safety of this organization. , THE ALGONA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION t. > . r Directors and Officers. 5- ;?• Cowan President M. G. Norton vice President LUCILLE KUNZ, R, W, WEHLER WEDMONDAY Wesley, June 6—The marriage of ; Lucille, daughter of Mrs. Ann' Kunz, to Raymond Wehler, Algona, took place at St. Joseph's church at 7 o'clock Monday morning, the Rev. Father Wagener conducting nuptial mass. They were attended j by Marie Wehler, sister of the I bridegroom, and Julius M. Kunz brother of the bride. The bride wore a medium blue crepe dress, with white hat, shoes ,and accessories; and a shoulder bouquet of orchids and lilies of the valley. The bridesmaid's dress was of blue crepe, and she wore a shoulder bouquet of pink roses and lilies of the valley. Mr. Wehler is connected with the Wehler jewelry firm in Algona. lUrs. Wehler graduated from St Joseph's parochial school and the Wesley high school, and took a course in nursing at St. Anthony's hospital, Carroll. For two years she has been assistant to Doctor Cretzmeyer, Algona. A wedding breakfast was served at the home . . GHJs Married to Algona Jeweler ~~ Foarth Free Attractions LOIS JAMES, EX-SWEA CITY, DIES1F T, B, accompanied •To Attend 0. E. g. Sleeting— An 0. E. S . district g ro up mee t- this of the bride's mother. Margaret Otis is Married. At 9 o'clock Monday morning at St. Joseph's church, following the wedding of Lucille Kunz and Raymond Wehler, Margaret Otis, Wes- , ley girl, was married to N'ckey Traer, the Rev. Churchill, tne single Joseph Father Swea City, June 5—Lois, daugh- Pm »*?• and Mrs ' Dean James, of Einmesburg - formerly of Swea nnfc'i ? 1 the sanlt arium in Oakdale last Thursday. She had been a patient there with tuberculosis since Maroh i ai,« .,,„„ __„;: was grad- TWO COUPLES AT IRVINGTON ARE MARRIED Irvington, June 6—A miscellaneous shower honoring Ruby Koepke was given by the Aid at the church I ast Thursday, and more than 65 guests attended. Ruby was presented with a great variety of gifts. Entertainment for the afternoon vas furnished by Mrs. John Schulz and Mrs. George Wolf, including ;uessing games and contests, Late n the afternoon ice cream and ,ake were served. Effie Egel entertained at a ihower for Ruby Friday, and guests were Ellen Poinmerenfng, Edna Belle Burbank, Ruth Turner, , and Francis McEnroe, all gona, Gladys and Bernice of Al- Vinton, officiating in ring ceremony. They attended by Cecelia and Hay- Otis. The bride was dressed in a white suit, with matching hat and acces- tJni'lflG Qlm **~ 1_ .1 bou- „„ en <, M Barre ''' Sec'y-Treasurer StUlman council A.L.Peterson B . Quarton series. She carried an arm iuet of pink and white roses The bridesmaid wore an ankle length >mk crepe gown, and carried a louquet of sweet peas. A three-course wedding break^ V : as ,!?, rved ^ t the home of the Otis. Af- Mr bride s mother, Mrs. Mary K beaut, ul mf."° rsB3rrs> Momstcr- were hostesses to • shower Friday in hon Virgil Blomster. "" Lois was a frail child, and after her graduation failed rapidly she a year before he r Scouts Hare Bay's Outing— scouts held the Christian church rens Sunday afternoon Mr. James came to Swea City in 1930 as a mechanic for Buell Pear- . — -ler parents she is vived by two sisters, Joy Dons, and a brother Byron. sur- ing. roast at ^ afternoon and Cars were furnished by Iow a even- the Jensen, Eunice .and Bernice Burlingame, Lucile Eisenbarth, Kathryn McEnroe, and Margaret Ditsworth. The .afternoon was spent at games, and the hostess served lunch. Florence Johnson Weds. Florence Johnson and Floyd Gregory were married Saturday by the Rev. C. V. Hulse at the Methodist parsonage, Algona. The bride's home is at Rockford, 111., but she has been here for some time. When not employed she made her home with her sister, Mrs. Henry Miller. The bridegroom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gregory, near albraith. Rose Steil Bride. Rose Steil, near St. Benedict, ant George Hahle, son of Henry Hahle ^albraith, were married by Fathei Davern, Algona, last week Tuesday of quinsy which she suffered som weeks ago. School Ends With Picnic— A large number of people, mostl parents and friends of pupils, at tended a closing picnic at the Irv ingltm school grounds Friday. Th usual races, contests, and ba games took place after a picni lunch. C. C. C. Boys Here for Visit- Dick Watson, Bert Ramus, am Joe Ramus, of tlio C. C. C. camp a Dccprah, arrived Friday evening for a short visit with relatives They returned to camp Sunday, Shower Stops Ilnll Gnnie— The Irvington-Hobarton ball teams had to abandon a game because of rain Sunday. The score was 5-0 in favor of Irvington. Other Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stevenson, Freeport, 111., recently made Virginia Putts Graduatcd- Virginia from Fults was graduated WEEK-ESD SPECIALS PEACHES, .large No. 2 1-2 can APRICOTS, large No. 2 1-2 can '.PINEAPPLE, sli. or or., No. 2 1-2 can __ SARDINES, tomato or mustard, 3 cans _ SARDINES, imported, olive oil, 2 cans ALASKA PINK SALMON, tall can _ RASPBERRIES BLACK-NO, 10 CAN POST TOASTIES, 2 Irg. pkgs. COFFEE, Council Oak, Ib MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, Ib. CHIPSO, large pkg. IVORY SOAP, 4 med. bars PORK & BEANS, large can BOZEMAN GIANT PEAS, 2 No. 2 cans__ FAIRMONT PRIDE, PEAS, No. 2 can PRUNES, No. 10 can BLOCK SALT, per block DILL PICKLES, quart jar OATMEAL, large pkg. BEAT 'EM ALL SOAP, 10 bars ___ 15c 17c 19c 25c 15c 12c 49c 21 c 27c 29c 17c 22c 10c 25c 14c 39c 39c 15c 15c 25c farm near Vinton. Margaret is a graduate of the — a—^v 10 ,i fciciuuiiie or tne Parochial and Wesley high schools. ing the funeral from «!wfn PM*,, ra™^ w - ca °™° n ^3: to, .Tnn. M d Mrs _ C]yde ga b d _ Mr. and Mrs. Rudy n r , ei !l s Bay Prosram Plnnned- A Children's day program will be ven at the Methodist church at 10 o clock next Sunday morning Parents wishing to have children baptized may bring them at that time A similar program will be given at commencement^ exercises. Enter State Golf Tourney- Roy Bravender and D. W. *'*"&* tviJ-l Will UtJ bexton, beginning at 11:15." Bible study will be held at the church this week Tuesday evening. The preparatory membership class will jmeet at the church this week Fii- I day evening. The W. F. M. S. will (meet with Mrs. Herman Ostercai/in ; this week Friday afternoon. Ifansens in Family Picnic— A family picnic was held at Raymond Hansen's Wednesday, May oO, m honor of the Hansens' daughter Shirley Ann, whose eighth birthday anniversary fell on that day. Others present, besides Shirley s parents and little brother, Jack, were the family of Raymond's uncle, Hans Hanson, and those of City, were returnng Minn " a , City from Rochester Thursday night at about 9 Tck loose grave, Jjf dyard on highway No. ,. the car swerved into the ditch. Fortunately no one was hurt though the car turned over on its side Several windows and the windshield were broken, and a fen- nftonT 8 smashed - They had been attending graduation exercises of he°r at th Kahler nursing. There was a Plover Girl Wed Here— inKS E '^° int ' ° f Poca *°ntas and Evelyn Vech, of Plover were married at Swea City last Thursday afternoon by the Raymond Swanson. Other Swea City. week Rev Ber- the trip and acc °mpanied him on choo or wih Mr and Mrs. Wm. Mosier, of Al"??«"?"* the week . M,.* V m "Buses is a sister Mis. Thomson. Mrs. Augustadt returned to herhome Friday night. Shower for Mrs. Paul Udy- 1 sister, his brother Theron', and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings. Norma an and Merrill Johnson, sister . »? 11SC ?, llaneous sh ower was given Mrs. Paul Udy Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. EC Ho- ~ t —«'"(r, uut; weeK Morris, who has been ill but is now slowly improving. June Larson spent 'a few days last week in Cedar - • Dorothy The couple are at home on a fara near Hobarton where Mr. Hahle ias been running bachelor's quar- ers. Rny Watson Visits Here- Ray M. Watson and his son Bob, an Francisco, arrived Saturday to isit with Mrs. Watson, the other ons, and the home folks. Ray will emain for several weeks, and Bob, vho attends high school at San rancisco, will spend the greater part of his vacation here, They stopped at Keokuk to see Ray's mother, Mrs. J. M. Watson, and Ray reported her fairly well. Bernard Frnnltl Visits Parents- Bernard Frank], Boston, Mass., arrived late last week for a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl. He has a two weeks vacation, but must spend a large part of the time going and coming Bernard is employed by the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen Insurance company, and he works Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. Light Vote in Primary— A light vote was cast in Irvington precinct at the primary election Monday. Only 43 ballots were cast, 36 of which were republican and seven democratic "- 1 ~ ' ' U. B. short visit at James Stacy's. Mr. Stevenson, a brother of Mrs. Stacy, was taking his wife to Spirit Lake :o be with her sister, Mrs. Thomas Burt, whose husband was seriously sick with pneumonia. Mr. Burt has since died. Wm. Leigh, Amboy, Min., and his son Robert spent a few days with the Simeon and Richard Leighs here and relatives at Algona las week. Anna Ramus spent a days last week at Lu Verne. Henry Lofings, Mason City, spending a week with the A. Leans. Bert Sankey, John Schulz, uiiu Frank Gronbach went to Lost Island Saturday and spent the day and Sunday fishing. Sunday Mrs. Sankey, Mrs. Gronbach, and the children drove over. They reported fine luck. Sunday guests at Ray Fitch's were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark, of Britt, Mrs. Southwick, Marshalltown, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark, the Jesse Schmidts, and the Howard Shores. Mrs. Albert Nielson, niece of Mrs. Charles Hintz, recently underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. She is doing well. few The are Mc- and •^8 OEVOE'S PAINT GIVEuiJ ov and Devoe's Paste Waif™"*,," 1 '" u Hot Weather Cloth, Needs Frequent Cleanine Pressing for best ap pea i BUGS. DRAPERIES AND CUlm,« A First Class Service-Give Us, FURS! See us about repairing FURS! Modern PHONE 537 CHOOSE THE .., CHAMPIONS BU Tires have been on the winning cars in the gruelling Indianapolis 500-Mile Race FOR 15 CONSECUTIVE YEARS in She Lost Fat HIGH It LOOI) PRESSURE Here's Today's Live News For Tilt Women—And Men, Too JU'udjIt—Pleuse. "I have been taking Kruschen Salts for nearly a year for my health, and for high blood pressure and rheumatism and it helped both. My blood pressure was as high as 290 when I started to take Kruschen. I weighed 255 and now I weigh 214 that is losing 41 Ibs., in about nine months and I feel fine , an an aer Fred Wouldn't go without Kruschen Amesbury, once a hardware ziierch- Salts m the house." Mrs. - ant h Ice Cream Social Given— The Legion Auxiliary held an ic cream social Saturday evening on the lawn west of the Lease store The gross receipts were $12.45 Th< Auxiliary is meeting but once a month now: the next meeting wil be Thursday, June 21. A delegation of M will attend a county meeting at Algona this week Wednesday a the Country club. The Auxiliary will serve lunch at Frank Wolf's sale June 12. Make Improvements- Lease & Lease are'having a new foundation laid under the north and east parts of their hardware store John Hutchison is having some excavating done to enlarge his basement, and the Hutchisons will also have a new heating system installed. Helps Conduct Itible School- Mrs. Marion Paulson is helping conduct a vacation Bible school at the Evangelical Free church, Britt this week. All-day sessions will be held, and the course completed in one week instead of two. Son for the Henry Hayerlys— A son was born last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly. farmers near Wesley. At St. Joseph's church Sunday, the baby was christened Paul Francis. Shower for Donna Cnilse— I A pre-nuptial shower was given ' it Clarence Ward's Saturday for Donna Cruise, hostesses being Erna Ward and Mabel and Mary Cent. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury and Mr. nd Mrs. Wm. Amesbury, Carroll' ame last week Tuesday evening to pend Decoration day with the ohn Amesburys and visit the grave their husband and father, Fred teacher the lasiTour years M* and Mrs. Udy will be at home Fairmont, Minn., after June 1 Complete Rally Dny Plans— A committee from Swea Citv C ° mp1 »°/ ed of Mrs - T - P. Johnson and Mrs. Ernil Larson went to A T gona last Thursday to complete P ans for Rally day to be held June ™ at Algona. Mavis Larson and in architec- w •* "- Mmne sota state university, spent Memorial day with ,- .V,. O ,LO., hlJenl memorial day with r K PS ,i D r entS ' Mr ' and Mr*- Charles Kesler. BDPnt E M Frak ? S ; ° f New Hampton, spent Memorial day with his fath- few J. P. Frakes, one of the remaining Civil war veterans Mrs Emil Larson went to Ames f PP frn , y ^,° rning with a ' comj ait- tee from Algona. The Rev. and Mrs. G. R. McDow- ejMvere shopping in Algona Fri- Algona Girl 8; Party— Betty Mae Miller was a Satur- An y S a, e ?n.° f her cousin - Elizabeth Ann Slullmg, Algona, who was celebrating her eighth birthday. Ihere.were 30 other little guests and ice cream, cup cakes, and gingerbread men were served. Mrs. George Wildin Sick— •nJ.V 8 re P° rted that Mrs. George Wildin is bedfast at Lewis Wildin's with rheumatism, which, it is believed, developed from poison in the system following a severe case r ,., n the . lndianapoh s Race — the most gruelling tire test in the world — drove to victo^r on Firestone High Speed Tires. Race drivers know that heat generated by friction inside the cotton corda is the greatest enemy of tire life. These men will «ot ride their lives on any but Firestone THE NEW . Timfone I HIGH SPEED THE H>H patemed Gum-Dipping soaks the high stretch 1 cords m liquid ruhber and saturates and coats the millions of fibers inside the cords counteracting destructive friction and »ea t ! « provides greater adhesion between the , ^ and hSwS cord body and the tread. engineers SIZE 14.50-20... 14.75-19 ... I 5.50-17 ... 5.00-17 H.D, 5.00-20 H.D, 5.50-17H.D, $7.1 15.1 Fireston Office Supplies We are agents for one of the largest salesbooks manufacturing concerns in the country, and can give you service, quality, and price. lGlNAU, CARBON COATED DUPLICATE . Drive in today « I1U equip your a^ssatws THE ADHESION TEST X '» a FW-loSelft: i nN ° te ! OW !he «**«• 'lings to the high stretch **" """•""TUw pull. Cum-Dippcd cords. Thi" ?C» i m tho cord « trrr.,,,,,- _.„ . ""' *">» that have nn » been greater Loose Leaf Ledgers • fr" "iunuub x\i usciieii. . Salts in the house." Mrs. W. Eck-' UI1 t here. off, Saginaw, Mich. Besides melting away ugly, ex- gy, excess fat Kruschen constantly keeps — William Amesbury returned to Carroll last Thursday but his wife and baby went to Ti The new state sales tax reauires cornet - lonka to visit her parents, the John TJII^IJ-M ,,,-,,1 "A/r.._. T-.,. . . ••»• . v.uii^nim,!^ t^^jv *„ riwjt. llvl IJUIKIH.S i the bowels regular and free fromjPiuks, and Mrs. Elizabeth Ames waste that is always apt to poison! bury is spending the week here the system. n*"- -"•' nr-.~ » ^ „..."• Fat folks should give Kruschen a month's trial—it never disappoints—you'll feel so much better after taking one inexpensive jar which you can get at E. W. Lusby, Sorensen Drug Store, or any drugstore in the world—keeps you cooler in hot weather. PERFORMANCE RECORDS! FIRESTONE HIGH SPEED TIRES —. _ • t —/or fifteen contecutive yeari havo been the winning cart in the 500-mile Indiunip Race. Thit Meant Blowout Protection /or teven contecutive yean have been W e winning cars in the daring Pike» feu the winning climb where Thii Mean* Non SPosition Wanted ^M A «^ A & A A & K^BM A Mb ^*. A --. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings'and Mrs. E. Goodnow attended Memorial day services at Algona last week Wednesday. They enjoyed the thoughtful address given by their relative, Donald C. Hutchison, as well as all items of the program. They have relatives buried there, including two Civil war soldiers. . Mr. and Hrs. Henry Kunz drove to St. Paul Sunday, and took back their daughter, Ivyl Marie, who had spent a. week at home. i Advance Pub. Co. East of the Courthouse climb where a slip meant death. on-Skid Safety and TracW — for three consecutive years hate oeeit the 131 buses of the Washington (D. . Railway and Electric Company catenas 11,357,810 bus miles icithoiit one minute' delay due to tire trouble. Thii Means Dependability and Economy '— were on the Neiman Motors' Ford Y'° Truck that made a new coatt-to-tout teeon of 67 hours, 45 minutes, 30 seconds adW running time, i Meant Endurance S i'tSS^ff JHL'S traction and providins 30 to YOUR CAR J ^^ ' ' '° n Bvildi «»8 il "A Century of ProsreiJ," Chi«aS« i Tire Service Co\ VIC Phone 856 "Mac"!

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