Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1934
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PAGE SIX KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA THURSDAY' You can wear last year's hat this year — if you have it expertly cleaned and blocked. GARMENTS It is none too early to have your Fall wearing apparel cleaned and repaired. FURS We represent one of the best Pur houses in the west. New garments or repairs promptly attended to. LONE ROCKER & ARMSTRONG GIRL WEDDED Lone Rock, Aug. 28—Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer have announced the marriage of their youngest son Delmar, to Grace Peterson, of Armstrong. The ceremony was per| formed in the Lutheran parsonage I in Algona Saturday evening at 7:30, ;the Rev. P. J. Braner officiating. I Bernicc Johnson, of Armstrong, [and Ray Gardner, of Seneca, were | their attendants. They left immed i iatoly for Chicago to attend the world's fair. Dry Cleaners Phone 537 FOR FALL, we arc featuring fine FELT HATS in all their splendor Coolie Shapes, Beret effects, pergy brims. New Coolie shapes, Beret effects, perky brims, tricky side-rolls and smart turned up backs, trimmed with the newest and latest novelty quills and ornaments are the outstanding features in our PALL, line that add more glory to "Elite Hats." THE ELITE SHOP STURDY GLASSES Hlrthdny Tea Is Given— A birthday tea was hold last Thursday afternoon at the local church. The program was: Piano solo, Mrs. W. G. Flaig; reading, Marjorle Osborn; play, The Train Tomorrow, with a cast of Lois and jRuth Whitehill, and Lillian and Alice Angus; piano solo, Evelyn Cruickshank. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Will Christenson, Mrs. Charles Morris and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer. Celebration Is a Success— Lone Rock held a two-day celebration last Friday and Saturday in honor of its thirty-fifth anniversary A fair crowd attended despite the cold weather. A big attraction was an airplane in which many people saw Lone Rock from above. Concessions of all kinds were on hand, and a dance was held Friday evening. I Lone Rockers Have Picnic— A picnic was held last week Wednesday at Tuttle Lake. Attending were the Roy Jensens, Mrs. G. A. Grueger, Mrs. Otto Jensen and Russell, Mrs. Chester Alme, Mrs. Ernest Jensen and children, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. O. P. Stow, of Dolliver, and Mrs. Clinton La Bar, of Austin, Minn. Services Held for Infant— Funeral services for Frederick .Tobn, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flaig, were held last week Wednesday morning at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. Burial was in the Bancroft Catholic ceme- tory. Pallbearers were Willard and Do You Know? that scientists can control animal growth by Injections of sheep and oxygen pltuary gland fluid? CIENCE IS HELPlNCr THE RAT TO FIQHT HIS OU> .ENEMY-CAT- BY STICKING A C,LAND IN HIS THIGHS WHICH MAKES HIM DOUBLE HIS SIZE/ va, returned home with his parents. Mrs. Anna Newbrough, son Donald, and Mrs. Lloyd Terwilllger, and two daughters, all of Humboldt, came a week ago Monday, the Terwllligers visiting at A. D. Newbrough's, and Mrs. Newbrough and son at Ralph Thompson's. Earl Earing, Chris Nielson, Helen Nielson and Donald, and Everett Reick, left Saturday for Illinois the Nielsons going to Gibson City to visit relatives, Everett return- Ing to his home in Kempton, and Earl to his home in Campus. Zella Wolfe, of Iowa Falls, spent from last week Wednesday till Sunday at Calvin Householder's. Her parents, the Ernest Wolfes, and Mr. Kyrwood Quinn, Ronald man and Lylo Pi-lobe. Acker- Eiplith Illrthday Honored — Mrs. Fred Haack entertained last week Wednesday in honor of a daughter Lucille, who celebrated her eighth birthday. Present were Lora Eugene and Gerald Radig, Ann Hackbarth, Wilma Laabs, Eunice and Gladys Krause, Raymond Lnabs, and Wilbur Peterson. ' Farewell Party Is Given— A farewell party for Viola and Johnny Sprank was attended by 25 at the school grounds Saturday afternoon. They will go with their parents to make their home at Algona. Each was presented with a five-year diary. Evelyn Behrmann, of Bancroft ,also attended. Falls, came Sunday, Zella returning with them. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter Norma, of Ames, came Saturday afternoon, Mr. Shellito returning Sunday to Ames, his wife and daughter remaining for a week at N. L. Cotton's. Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Donnell and Julia O'Donnell, of Campus, at A - A - Nelson's, last Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Thomson's brother, Andrew Thomson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shick moved a week ago Monday from their apartment to the Watson Shick home. Mrs. Walter Powell, of Grand Rapids, Mich, spent last week at her brother Robert Dransfeldt's. The Mothers club will meet September 12 with Mrs. Fred Wegener, Mrs. Harry Hobson assisting. The Alex Kreugers, Tommy Lon- gand, Eugene Blanchard, attended the fair at Des Moines Saturday. Luclie Haack visited two days last week with a friend, Ann Hackbarth, south of Lotts Creek. P. M. Christenson, daughter Marietta, and Vera Morris spent Friday evening in Mason City. H. E. Micka attended a big league basball gamo in Chicago Sunday, returning Monday. Lena Jensen, of Ringsted, visited from Wednesday till Saturday III., came a week, ago Tuesday to The Larkin club met with Mrs. attend the funeral of 'Frederick Watson Shick last week Wednes- .lolm Flaig. They returned home d!1 , y , afternoon. Friday. Andrew Thomsen, Hugh Marlow, John Thomson, of Royal, and Leland Skow, of Spencer, left Sunday Mary Lynch, of Swea City, snent last week at Mrs. ford's. Eugene Blanchard Jennie Whit- underwent day. for the world's fair in Chicago. | n , n adenoid operation in Burt Mon- Delina Rogers is at the Thomsen home. R. T. Angus and Robert, Eugene and Lillian, left Friday for Christensen Herd Again Wins Honors Lone Rock, Aug. 2!)—P. M. Christenson and son again took many honors with their Horeford cattle at the North Iowa Free Fair in P. H. Jensen's in Seneca. Dorothy | Mason City last week. They exhib- Jensen, of Ringsted, accompanied j ited the senior grand champion Chicago to visit relatives and attend the World's fair. Mr. Angus j will also attend to business matters. The A. A. Nelsons called Sunday at Mrs. Jennie Jensen's and Doati Group Finds Weather too Coot for a Lake Outing Doan, Aug. 29—Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason City, left Sunday for the Glrres and their daughters Jose- phlna and Frededica drove to Marion, S. D., last week Wednesday on a business and pleasure trip, but reported the weather so cool that part of the lake and camping pleasures were given up. Attend Algoim School Party- Mr, and Mrs. Van Hanson and Darlone, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson and Jaunlta, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson and Virginia attended a party at the Algona high school for 8th grade graduates, Friday evening. The three girls will Center high school this fall. Aid Meets Next Thursday— The Doan Aid will meet September 6 at Mrs. Alice Buffington's, Mrs. Ross Bufflngton assisting. The A. J. and Will Martlnek families drove to Mason City Sunday to attend a family picnic at the city park. world's fair. Florence Nelson, employed in the office of Doctor Kersten, Fort Dodge, is spending a vacation with her parents. The Orvllle Holdron visited tho Vern Teeters, Hobarton, Sunday evening. LEGAL NOTICES Threshing Runs In IJnll Game.— Threshers in the Ted Hoover and Tony Venteicher runs played ball last Thursday afternoon on the Doan diamond, and the score was !)-6 in favor of the Venteicher,run. Ice cream and cake were served. Hotts to the World's Fair— The O. E. Hotts left Sunday for Chicago for two days at the world's fair, and the rest of the week in and around Decatur, 111., visiting Mr. Hott's relatives. Cora Han sen is Hostess— Twelve guests were entertained at Matt Hanson's Friday afternoon at a bridge party given by Cora Hansen. to Other Doan News. Mary Ann Venteicher was called George Arndorfer's last week [Rex Austin Is Honored — I Rex Austin celebrated his fortieth birthday last week Wednesday evening, and guests were the Leo Schmidts, Prod Haacks, Mr. and j | Mrs. C. M. Gross, the James Wads- School children need sturdy glasses. Now is the time to look after their optical needs Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted A. W. Amusison Optometrist. 1st door South Call Theater GOLD WAVE COMING Repair your furnace or boiler early and save yourself grief later. HOLTZBAUER'S TIN SHOP Plumbing, Heating Sheet Metal 117 S. Dodge. Phone 83 CASH WHEN YOU NEED IT at our New Lov Borrow now Monthly Rate. Your personal property may used as security for a loan. Various loaning plans to mee your needs. One small payment each mont will repay your loan. See 1L tf. KRUSE Phone 125 Algon; Representing Federal Finance Co. Des Moine NEW CEEAM STATION Where bicycle shop used fo be at 123 S. Dodge. Highest Market Price. We will handle eggs later. BOBDEN PRODUCE CO. D. L. HARRIS, Algona. orths, Robert '.. Umsteds. Schmidts, and C. Resident Is Dead — Richards, former Lone ormer A. D. ocker, and father of Merle Richrds, died suddenly Friday even- R while on a visit in Illinois. Alice Angus left Friday for Alona to visit Evelyn Cruikshank. Other Lone Rock. The R. I. Simpsons spent the them here for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rosendahl land son Paul, of Superior, spent I the week-end at William Krause's, Mrs. Krause returning with them Monday. Bernard O'Donnell and Clarence Earing left Sunday evening for Campus, 111., to visit relatives, Clarence returning to his home. Mrs. John Rath, son Lawrence, and Mr. and Mrs. William Rath, daughter Charlene, left Monday for Reddick, 111., to visit. Mildred Carpenter of Marion, and Alberta Patton, of Coggon, spent Friday evening and Saturday with Beulah Gladstone. Mrs. Margaret Davison and daughter Georgetta, of Mason City, came last week to visit at L. R. Roderick's. eek-end in Galva visiting the Rev. | Mr. and Mrs. Will Christenson lifford Liming and Fred Clap- addle. Charles Simpson, who has een visiting his uncle, George iming, Adair, and his uncle in Gal- and son Ronald left Monday for the state fair. They expect to return Wednesday. The John Thomsons, Royal, spent bull and cow. They received six first, seven seconds, one third and one fourth. Mr. Christenson and son have exhibited thoir cattle for a number of years and tour a number of fairs, always 'receiving many honors. They will exhibit this week at the Humboldt fair. * Burro K'Ball Game is Hit at Spencer The burro kittenball game at Spencer on a recent Wednesday night was the same "scream" that it was here, and the "strawberry roan" again News-Herald did its stuff. says that after The the Wednesday to help her aunt, Mrs. Arndorfer, of St. Benedict, who has been sick. Lambert Venteicher, employed at Mason City, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Venteicher. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Strulhers drove to West Bend last week Wednesday to visit the George Struthers family, the occasion being a birthday dinner in honor of little Ross Struthers, who, with his brother Lee, is visiting a grandmother there. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hawkins, son Paul, and Mr. Bartlett of Des Moines, guests at Hawkins home, drove to Blue Earth Sunday to attend the crystal wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Scholes. The Claude Haines family, Algona, the Melvin Olsens, 'Plum Creek, Mrs. M. E. Hoover, Lu Verne Hoover, and Lucille Mick, Britt; were guests at Clifford Hoover's Sunday. The Howard drove to Lake Andrews family Mills last week Wednesday, and were accompanied by Carol Andrews, who stopped at Hanlontown, where she will teach. Mrs. Harvey Johnson, who underwent, a minor operation several weeks ago at Rochester, was brought homo last week and is reported steadily Improving. L. E. Krantz, Herman Bussey, Raymond Moyer, and Bryant Asa made a trip to Greenfield Friday nnd purchased stock, returning Monday. The L. A. Boleneus family and the niece, Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, roan had kicked its rider off once he (the rider) boarded it again and managed to reach first, but the roan wouldn't stay there, with the result that "Bob Howe, first-sacker, rushed' up at the terrific pace of ten miles a week, and put him out!" 'OLAND CHINA BROOD SOWS for sale.—Chas. McMahon, Sexon. 9p50 BUNGALOW LOCATED AT 504 S. Moore st. for rent this fall. — J. M. Herbst. 13u50 fRAVELERS VACATION accident tickets.—Phone 65, Algona Insurance Agency. 9u47tf FOR SALE—WORK HORSE, wt. 1500 Ibs.—Vern Robinson, mile west of Galbraith. 13p50 IPECIAL REDUCTION ON NEW Remington Portable typewriters .his week.—Inquire Advance. tf GETS THE CREAM—VEGA Separators, $77.BO Users biggest boosters.—See Bjustrom's, Algona. 12u31tf phone 519. 22p50 SCHOOL CHILDREN — Get yourself a new Remington Portable typewriter before school begins. Special reduction this week on new machines.—Inquire Advance. tf ARE YOU GOING TO COLLEGE? Then you must have a typewriter. Seven models in Remington Portables to pick from. Prices from $19.50 to $79.50.—Inquire Advance, tf YOU'RE TELLING ME! I KNOW Pharis Tires are official tested — and hold the A. A. A. Stock Tire Speed Record. Buy them at any of the 1,000 Gamble Stores and agencies in 15 N. W. States — 30x3%, $3.65. WE HAVE A LIMITED AMOUNT of money to loan on Algona property at 5%. —Phone 65, C. R. La Barre. 19u47tf SECOND HAND REMINGTON Monarch standard typewriter for sale. A bargain for $12.—Inquire Advance. tf HELLO FOLKS—I NOW HAVE 2 more brown Swiss bulls at serviceable age for sale.—Roy Depew, West Bend. 19p50-51 FOR SALE—McCORMICK-DEER- ing cornpicker, four years old, picked 225 acres.—Charles Hanselman, Lu Verne. 13p50 $2.00 ONE YEAR INSURES YOUR car or truck against broken glass, windshield included.— Phone 55, Algona Insurance Agency. 18u47tf STEADY WORK, GOOD PAY; RE- liable man wanted to call Kossuth farmers. No experience or capital needed.—McNess Co., Dept. B, Freeport, 111. 22p50 FOR SALE—FIRST CLASS tractor and plow; one good used corn binder, gang plow, and new manure spreader. — McEnroe Bros., 36-50 and a large number of children will be passing back and forth; therefore it is up to you to be careful and observe all traffic rules. If an officer picks you up for violation of the motor vehicle law, do not blame him, but yourself. I wish to call attention to double parking. There is still In force an ordinance prohibiting this, but the courtesy is extended to you to load and unload parcels. Do not misuse this privilege. Someone else may want the same privilege. Do not lock the door of your car; it may have to be moved. Please cooperate with us and extend courtesy as you would have others do for you. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. CROP SHORTAGE — PROMISES big grinding season. "Jay Bee" Portable Mill grinds on the farm every feed grown. Makes feeds go 30 to 50% farther. "Jay Bee" grinds finer, faster, more feed per gallon gas or per hour than any oher portable. Small down payment, liberal terms start you in profitable feed-grinding business. We show you how. Get facts, free demonstration, etc. — John J. Woods, 6614 The Paseo, Kansas City, Mo. 71p49-51 NOTICE OP GASOLINE LETTING Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 1:30 p. m. Sep< tember 3, 1934, for 80,000 gallons of gasoline. Bidding blanks and additional information may be secured at the office of the county engineer, Algona, Iowa. August 21, 1934. E. J. BUTLER, 49-50 County Auditor. AUTO DBIYEHS TAKE NOTICE. A large number of drivers are careless in observing stop signs, failing to stop, also in speeding and passing at intersections, which, is strictly against the law. School commences next week, NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the Secretary of the Board of Education of the Independent Schoo District of Algona, Iowa, at the high school building at Algona, up to the hour of 7:30 p. m. Monday September 10, 1934, for the altera tions in the heating plant in the Bryant school building, in accord ance with plans and specification prepared by B. R. Landea, Mechan ical Engineer, Des Moines, Iowa. Proposals must be accompanie by a certified check for 5% of th amount of the proposal, payable t the Secretary of the above schoo district. The successful bidder will be re quired to furnish an approved bone Copies of the plans and specif! cations may be seen at the offic of the Engineer and at the Algon high school building, and may b obtained upon application to th Engineer. The Board reserves the right t reject any and all bids. BOARD OP EDUCATION OF THE INDEPENDBN SCHOOL DISTRICT OF ALGONA, IOWA. By Leora K, St. John, 60-51 Secretary. Stock Sales Books at the Advance NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by Nnrtl- District Court of Kossuth county, the Iowa, on a judgment rendered in Nortne said court on tho 28th day of July !(],„' N CJ " ancr 1034, in favor of J. E. McEnroe, as! NorlhST plaintiff, and against M. L. McEn-|ot tho Nn,, r ' th « roe, as defendant, for tho sum ofkinn v,. ., , vcst Quar Two Thousand Five Hundred and i /„,.>',!.' ln T °wnshii, 00/100 ($2500.00) Dollars and costs, i''!* Nortl >. Range P taxed at One and 26/100 ($1.25) "' ' Dollars and accruing costs, I havo ( ' tho jjuiuua mm iiuuruillB costs, 1 Havo "-""SUlll COUnlv T levied upon tho following described Proceed in n Wa ! Real property as the property ot mnrii n ' sal(1 Pro tho said M. L. McEnroe, et al, to ; t" »• lq ° rcof aa may satisfy said execution, to-wlt: All land noor,? d CXc cutC of the undivided interest of M. iJuon.t^"", K , *»** aft '' Northwest Qunr- ! Co u ', ,', , .« «W Quarter of tho ' c 0 ,m[ v " S " AlgOBa er, South Half of i 0 V ol' , va ' al the " ' nilo McEnroe in the following described I in"]',™',, 10 hi *st bl,u lands: The Northeast Quarter,! bor 1$ i"" 4tlln 8t 'i toy „! East Half of the Northwest Quar-!r,'„',., , 3 ,i !lt «io ea/H* tor, Northwest Southwest Quarter the Southwest Quarter, Northeast "•''•'- ul '' c •"' ni11 Quarter of tho Southeast Quarter, all in Section 26; tho South Half of tho Northwest Quarter of tho Southwest Quarter; Lot One, Auditors' Plat of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter, tho virtue of General Execution direct- southeast Quarter of the South- ed to me from the Clerk of the west quarter, all In Section Ifl; tl uo Headquarters With Bjustrom's at During Fair Week See the largest display of modern Home Appliances on the grounds Skelgas Ranges Water Heaters Frigidaire Electric Refrigerators Vega Cream Separators Coal Ranges Circulating Heaters Greater Values Maytag Washers and Ironers Coal Ranges Circulating Heaters Hotentot Oil Burners Queen Spiral Flame Oil Heaters Easy Terms Algona, Iowa SMART NEW STYLES IN For the Early Fall—now ready for your selection Women's Ties and Pumps $2.00 $2.45 $2.95 and Up Men's Oxfords and Shoes $2.45 $5.00 $9,00 School Shoes—for the grade pupil and for the college studei $2.00 $2.25 $2.95 Brownell Shoe Company Mail a Want to Fill a Want IR ln*ra»ln I 6 Advance's couatywWe elrculation, want advertUta* In this paper Is exceptionally productive. 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