Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 30, 1934
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PAGE SIX BUSINESS KOSHUTII COUNTY AUVAHICB .Weekly Newspaper Founded In 19n Entered a.s Seconn-uiasa Matter December 31, UIOS. at the PtmtoftU- at Al;;ona, Iowa, Under the Ac' of March 2, 1879. LA>VYI;KS W. B. mini-tun H. \V. Mill. ((1IAUTON * MILLKK Law Offices. Phones: Office -127, residence II Algona, Iowa. J. I,. KONAIt Altorney-nt-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone -lliO-VV. Algona, low» BtatilVAN. McMAllOX * LINDA f J. W. Sullivan S. B. McMaho L. E. Llnnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, '261; J. \V. S., SOv B. B. McAi., 403. Algona, lown HARRINttTON & LOWE &. J. Harrington J. D. Low* Attorneys-at-Law Phone 287 R. J. H. 440 Office over Postofflce. •. J. VAN NESS, (}. W. 8TILLMA!> Lawyers Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W. Algona. low* i ————— S. D. Shurnway E. D. Kel! 8HCMWAT A KELLY Attorneys-at-Law ©fflce !n Qulnby Block Phone 5S Algona, low. L. A. M'INKEL Alitornej-at-Linv Office In Quinby Building Phone ISO HIRAM B. WHITE AUorney-nt-Law Offlco over Iowa State Bank. phone 206. Algona, Iow» KENNETH H, ROBINSON WED TO MM, GIRL Wcsloy, Aug. 2!) — Kenneth H. Robinson. Wesley boy, and Mae Ruth Limlc, Caledonia, Minn., wer married at the local Methodis church at 4 o'clock Sunday nftei noon, the Rev. I. C. McNulty offici at in;.;. A group of relatives an 'ricnrts •witnessed the ceremony. At :endanta were Donald L. Nins an the bride's sister, Ruby Linilo, o Caledonia. Maurine Hnnsen played the wed ding march, and Mrs. McNulty sans, a solo, Miss Hanson accompanying Following the ceremony a three course chicken dinner was servec at the home of the bridegroom' father, Mrs. Chester Smith in charge. Kenneth is the youngest son o Charles L. Robinson, member of a pioneer family who has lived hen since childhood. During her shor residence here. The bride acquirec a circle of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson will take a short trip to Minnesota, and af terwards will be at home in Wes ley. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA rioneer Wesleyans Is Married .THURSDAY 77Records Fall asAb Jenkins Speeds More Than 3000 Miles in 24 Hours P. A. DANSON Attorney.At-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Offico, 460-J.; Res. SIB CARROL A. WANDEB Attorney-at-Law Office over Postoffice. Pfcone 65 Algona, I Surprise for Sirs. Lmix— Mrs. Matt Laux is delighted with a surprise which her daughters prepared for her Sunday, hei birthday. The daughter, Mrs. Erwin Dlsnn, Wesley, called Mr. and Mrs Laux to come for Sunday dinner at icr home, and on arrival they found the families of their other daughters: the Mesdarnes August Garman, Henry Haverly, Wesley ind Tony Soilcr, Sexton; also the family of her sister. Mrs. Jos. Balz. Forty-seven persons were present, and picnic dinner and supper were served. Jlu HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON Attorneys-at-Law Quinby Building Phone 251 Algoiu PARSONS & COTLE Attorneys at Law Judge D. F. Coyle E. H. Parsons Phone 820 : Algona, Iowa Office over the Basket Grocery. DOCTORS JOHN N. Physician and Surg-eon Office over Rexall Drug Stor« Office phone 300 Res. phone 326. C. H. CRETZ3TETER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician. Office John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. I OWl Former IVpsleynn Ts Dead— A number of Wesley relatives and friends attended funeral ser vices for Mrs. Lena Hoffer. former Wesleyan. at Waterloo, last week Timely, she was the wife of Joe Hoffer, who is a brother of Mrs. Agatha Haverly. This family, highly esteemed here, left for Waterloo about 30 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffer lived on and owned the place east of Wesley owned and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. George Hauptman. P. V. JANSE, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence, Sdi Algoni, Iowa WALTER FKASEK, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office In Quinby Bldg., Room 14. Phone No. 12 ATELTIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgoon Office In Postofflce Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 194 W. D. ANDREWS, D. 0. Oiteopathlc Physician and Snrgeoi Located In General Hospital. Phones: Office 187, Rea. 688. DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist. Gas or novocalne used for ex traction. Located over Chrlstensen Store. Phones: Business 166, residence 478 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS L. W. FOX Jt. B. AVINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W.: res. 476-R INSURANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $15,000,000 worth of Insurance In force. A home company. Safe secure. D. D. Paxson. Secretary MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE >Ugona, Iowa ADVANCE WANT AD5 6EL L Tisitinir Illinois Relatives— Mrs. Katherine Hildman, accompanied by hpr son Mntt, is visitinR relatives in Illinois. They went with the family of Mrs. Hildman's brother, Joe Halbmeier, who came to attend the wedding of Anna Hildman last week Tuesday. Mr. Halbmeier lives at Marengo, 111. Pauline Hildman, who had been here to attend her sister's wedding, returned last week Tuesday to Carroll, where she has a position as housekeeper. Attends State Convention- Mrs. L. L. Lease, new county •hairman of the Legion Auxiliary, i drove to Des Moines last week Wed- |nesday to attend the annual state j convention. Among other new offi- |cers she was formally installed, j The Convention was held at Hotel Port Des Moines, and about 1600 I members attended. Besides guests from outside the state. The delegates from Corwith and Titonka accompanied Mrs. Lease. Pionick at Clear Lake- Mr, and Mrs. Guy M. Butts picnicked with friends at the Pat- rairchs Militant park, Clear Lake, last week Sunday, and the group ultimately joined another representing the Odd Fellows of Hancock, Cerro Gordo, Worth and Winnebago counties. This four- county group holds picnics each year. Pioneer Wesleyan Calls Here— The Will F. Kennedys, of Burt, called on Wesley friends Sunday. Will is a brother of the late John Kennedy, and the brothers belong- d to one of the earlies pioneer families in Wesley township. The Gus Brandt family, formerly Wesley, Clear Lake attended Wesley day this week Tuesday. Former Schoolgirl Here Dies- Annie Laurie Barslou Johnston, Algona, who died Saturday afternoon, was known here, having attended school here a short time when her brother Frank now the Rev. G. F. Barsalou, Maquolteta, was superintendent of schools, which was from 1892 to 1896. Mrs. Mclfulty Loses Uncle— The Rev. and Mrs. McNulty attended the funeral of Mrs. McNulty's uncle, Charles Wyatt, at Hardy, at 10:30 Sunday morning. Mr. Wyatt was huried at his old home in Somers, Calhoun county, and funeral services were also held there at 2 p. m. Sunday. Kernrns from Mayo Clinic- William Eden, Sr., came home by ambulance last week Tuesday |rom Rochester, where he had spent three weeks at the Mayo hospital, undergoing examinations and treatment. Thos McMahon, Wesley, drove his ambulance, and Mr. Eden stood the trip well. Nathan Stiiders Go Tisitlng— Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer took his parents, the Nathan Studers, and sister Emma to Iowa Falls Monday to visit the Nathan Studer daughter, Mrs. Bertha Ritschmpier. The elder Studers will stay the week; the three younger returned the next day. McNulty on Job Again— Regular services will be helfJ at he Methodist churches at Wesley and Sexton next Sunday. During about ten days of their vacation the Rev. and Mrs. McNulty attended two funerals and three weddings. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Burrell, Barents of Mrs. A. M. Lease, and Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Burrell, Eujene, Ore., and two children, the amily of Mrs. Lease's brother, vis- ted Mrs. Lease from Saturday to Monday morning. j Mrs. Peter Skew will entertain THE Tir , SAFEST TIRES IN PRICES PROOF OF is SM^" rn l>'=forc i, 1 records f ()r 3 ODD miles at 1272 «« " ,| owoul . Hour,, Her hour, >c s 1 » Akron, ° hio lGiotl , 1 Ab Jenkins, veteran speed king, shattered 77 world, international and A.A.A. speed records in his recent 24-hour run on the hot salt desert at Lake Bonneville, Utah. Jenkins is shown above hurtling through space at an average speed of 127.2 miles per hour including all stops for a distance of more Uian 3,000 miles, — through the scorching heat of the day, and the black of the night, with temperatures as high as 120 degrees. The inset at the left shows workers on the desert. Previous to the run, holes on the course had been filled with crushed rock as hard as granite with knife-like edges. At the right Jenkins is shown receiving congralnlations of his proud mother. The lower photograph shows a tire check-up of the big 2%-ton 240- horsepinver machine by E. Waldo Stein, Firestone field representative who saw the tires, battery and spark plugs made by his company come through this greatest of all endurance runs without trouble of any kind. :ie Priscilla Phoebes, which is the ongregational Aid, this week Wednesday afternoon. A number of ocal Congregationalists attended tarvest Home services at Upper 'lat Sunday. Dr. Ethel Becker and Nora Beck- r, Ottumwa, came Friday for a ew days' visit with their cousin, irabelle McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sturdivant and pal went to Des Moines last hursday to attend the fair. They eturned Saturday. The Methodist Aid met at Mrs. mesbury's last week Thursday to omplete plans for the Wesley day tand. Mrs. Alfred 1 Erdman has returned •om Oklahoma City, where she vi- ted her brother, Edward Conley. The fourth local Methodist quar- erly conference will be held at extern next Monday evening. The Olaf Punnemarks returned riday, following a ten-day visit at ae world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Guy M. Butts visit- d at Plymouth and Mason City unday. Fritz Eden is driving a new Chev- olet. Seneca I Anna Osborn's. Mrs. Henry Looft, Marjorle Brown, and Lois Norland are sick. The George, Martin and Ralph Jensens, all of Ringsted, and the i Millen Jensens were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Jennie Jensen's. SPECIAL FOR FAIR WEEK Grant Margaret Jean, infant daughter of r. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, was iptised at the Lutheran church unday. An aunt of the baby, Mrs. eorge Jensen, carried her to the aptismal altar, and two of Mr. ensen's brothers, Vernon and Geo., ere sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hodein, near odman, spent Sunday at C. M. hompson's. Mildred Wilberg returned Sun- ay after two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Manno Peiderson, Minneapolis. The Peidersons came for a visit with relatives, and Mrs. Peid- erson and her son remained for a two weeks, Manno is to go back Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Oshorn spent a couple days last week with her mother, Mrs. Fred Weisbrod, Fenton. The Wm. Browns, Armstrong, were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. The Walter Christensons, Hobart Dorseys, and Mrs. David Dorsey returned to their homes at Greenfield last week Tuesday, after a visit at the William Dorsey's. Arden Reynolds, Mason City, visited his father, Lark Reynolds, last week. The Aid held its annual guest day at the church last week Wednesday. A program was presented, nfter which a light lunch was served. Herman Hammond is visiting relatives at Bancroft. The Grant schools opened Monday for the year 1934-35. The faculty members are: C. W. Hamand, Dorothy Sedgwick, Francis Flanagan, Duane Stewart, Hulda Clausen, and Evelyn Back. Alma Junkermeier is doing substitute teaching in the 5th and 6th grades till a permanent instructor is obtainable. New and Used Cars Financed If your present payments ire too high we will refinance your car for you. Promapt and courteous reatment. H. N. KRUSE INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa Axtding Machine Rolls Advance Office. Joe Greenberg Buy your auto supplies from us. Our merchandise is a better quality, with practically no overhead- we can meet anybody's prices. General and Goodrich Tires Unconditional guaranteed. Radiators For All Cars Generators and armetures of all kinds, motor and differential, replacement parts. Brake Lining We have enough brake lining to stop all the cars and trucks in Kossuth county. We have them any way you want them, already cut sizes or otherwise. Lowest and moderate prices. BEARINGS Timpken and new departure bearings for all popular cars, trucks, and tractors. We carry a large stock of bearings, and we save you 30 per cent and more. Glass Replacement Service We give you the best service on auto glass in northern Iowa. We carry plate glass and non-shatter safety glass; also a complete line of window glass for homes. PHONE 118 24 Bottle Case Joe Bloom per Under .; 12 2 KO 1'or your holiday i,i p j the 1-ircslonc Service UcJ or Service Slorc cq car with Firestone' Spark Plugs, i nsull ] I'lresloncDatterj-andrtli, your brakes with Firesto, AfluapruflirakcLining.p] IcctyourlifcandthclivtsJ your family win, tllcfaf 1 tire in the world. Duylhtl tliis iveck before prim , higher. FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY FIRESTONE CENTURY PROGRESS TIRES THE OUTSTANDING VALUE IN THE lOW-PRiCfD FIELD S3.60 4.04 4.32 4.56 5.08 5.60 8.08 10.92 And remember, every Firestone Tire carries the Triple Guarantee — for Unequaled Performance Retards — for Life Agalnit All Defect! —for 12 Monthi Against All Road Hazard: TSee how Rmfone Tint are Madef I r i,A , /r £ lto . ne factory andl ^Exhibition Building, World's Fafrl; '' Llil.n lo the. VOICE OF FIRESTONE— " LADYS SWARTHO!.IT-w«y i over N. B. C-WEAF NUwaik Tire Service "Vic" Phone 856 "Mac' 1 Do You Buy With 60 Cent Dollars = or 100 Cent Dollars has more'subscrlbera 11 ^^ 11 ^ UUty Adv£mce published in this terriorV It fs?^ ?f ws P a P er srasatf^Sr^ss week, and each year marks science of Advance dollar. ADVERTISING RETURNS DEPEND upon quality and quantity of the circulation of tne newspaper. The Kossuth County Advance « proud of two things—the largest circulation the county and the quality of its readers v pay for subscriptions. Throw-away circulation, either by bills or by free or gift measures, has little value. Unless the newspaper goes to a home where there w money an advertiser has no chance of realizing on his investment in advertising. That is tae reason why paid circulation is important. The Kossuth Co. Advance is sold on its merits as a newspaper. It is not given away. Tnere are no premiums of long "extra" periods. Homes taking the Kossuth County Advance WANT ft and therefore it is thoroughly read. This means advertising results. nl Kossuth County Advance W7u Th * K °ssuth County Newspaper Where Your Dollar Has 100 Cents ^""IlllllllllUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllliiiiuutllUUIIUIIIIIIIIUIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll

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