Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 19, 1937
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COUNTY ADVANCE IIS. '90. 4 hunter tMiKfin fftn ttittaltr, t+ Kta Kople'f rif hi* l t nrtttr,*nd UMI•mmunklon bctt raited for hii Btt yo»r local COAST-TO-COAST STORE ht tli« MM !• ammiuiltlon, and other nwrt •••• lip Boots-all sizes JOE BLOOM IEW, HIGH SPEED FLYER TO 5HICAGO GETS A NAME . . . TRAIN NO. 18 BECOMES THE lASQUETTE r contestants shared equally in thd prLe money in The Milwaukee id's "name contest" for train No. 18. The winning name is MAHQUETTE I honor o! the great explorer of the upper Mississippi Ids the air-conditioned MAHQOTTTE on your next trip. Hours faster than W previous bain service. Luxury-lounge coaches with reclining seaU Hd ipaoious men'a and women's lounging rooms. Cafe-parlor-solarium ivrith dining car service provides a hot luncheon for only 50 f, din- ir65f!. Also buffet service. Iwk your car at the nearest Milwaukee Road station stop and board a it Milwaukee Road train. No worries, no road or traffic hazards when l engineer does the speeding. And low fares make this luxurious travel "'* economical than driving your own car. Bally 112.01 pa 11138 po 11158pm 136pm 2:00 pn 1*46 pa 153 pa 3:12 pn 3:24 pa 3:52 pa ,n CONDENSED SCHEDULES SIOUX Daily 10:43 pn LT. Mum City Ar. 11:28 pm LT. Charlei City Ar. 11:57 pm LT. New Hampton Ar. 12:50 am LT. Calmar Ar. 1:22 am LT. Portville Ar. 2:40 am LT. Marquetta Ar. 2:46 am LT. Prairie du Chlen Ar. a3:08am LT. Wauieka Ar. 3:20 am LT. Bo.cob.1 Ar. 3:57 am LT. •«:23 am Ar. 5:00 am Lona Rock . Maxomani* Ax. Madiion . Ar. Lv. LT. 8:20 am} Ar. Milwaukee Lv. 8:30 pm Read Up SIOUX No. 103-33 Daily Dally 4:25 am 9:20 am 3:43 am 8:31 am 3:16 am 8:01 am 2:21 am 7:13 am 1:58 am 6:33 am 1:00 am 5:30 am 12:48 am g a 12:25 am 9 | 12:1 lam JJ SS ll:35pm > >(§ all:llpm cn-9 10:45 pm MILWAUKEE ^ PAUL ; 8:10 am LT. Madl»on Ar. 10:33 pra 3:03 an Ar. laneirilla LT. b 6:44 an Ar. WalwortH LT. b 830am Ar. Chicago LV. 6:45 pm iu:^upa» 'i I 1? n ?*y Onl T. a—Conditional Stop. *Direct connection (or Dubuque. b—Train IMTH Walworth 7:20 pm., lanenille 8:03 pm. EQUIPMENT:Tft« SlOUX-completelr alr-aondUlonei Tnioagh cUndard glee ping cari and luxury lounge oooch««. CUb oar with radio and bulietMrrlce between ModUon u4 Chicago. Low priced •»•!• In the dining car. M*. lOJ^Jl— Alr-condiHoned. Standard ileeplng car «4 luxwy konga ooachej. Ereaklut lerred la caie-puleo Fw Curther InformaHon. ruerrationf and ttckato »ee your lo«ol agent. MILWAUKEE ROAD TRUE HOSPITAUTV REWORKflRS *like wqlbng into your own home thoH jjjaj: whqt people sou obout Hotel CrataflH? ^l'iwt qfcui bloqds from historic Canal ™ gnd close to every fcahro of intep WtfnfeOr|eons.Everpomfortan(l luxury ot moderate . • ' . * * - • ROOmS MBfflH SINGLE »IS° DOUBLED 50 800 WBONPELET STREET HDmCHflLmETTE BOOK REVIEW GIVEN FENTON CLUBMEETING meeting club met Oct. <t the last * — The October MR ^ l &*'> ™* S'ven She Varied P. T. A. Program Is Given Tuesday at Armstrong M E rs Gc ° rgc rB Closed number !r taoa n Glven- October meeting of the Fen* wnoi, w~~™~, sclK> °l auditorium last week Tuesday evening. The follow- 'ty Btagf n ™ I ted r by Anna' C ° mmun - lin solo by Mrs y HUbe a rt Fln HanIe°- inied at the piano by Wolfe; Voca^oTb^VVT ^ h " son ' a £ companled at the piano by Mrs. Bahnson; clarinet number jf>nnfi anA T!iti__ •«. **«uiut,i f Armstrong, Oct. 18—The second P. T. A. meeting was held last Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium. The program was: selections, high school orchestra; talks by Delpha Meythaler and T. k. Haws worth; music, third and fourth grades; typing demonstra- WMM bara Smlth - Ros6 E »e a Whitlow, Ilah Froestler, Elaine Locker, Orla Larson, and Sterling Ray, teacher Mjss Spicer; teacher's vocal octette, Misses Beck, Meythaler, Krull, Blue, McCreary, De vrles, Peterson, and Spicer. Lunch was served after a short business meeting. Two Baseball Games Lost— The boys' baseball team lost two games, 11-5 to Ceylon and 3-0 to Titonka. The local diamond has been regraded and a new back-stop has been put up. Bleachers also have been erected. Senate Officers Are Named— The high school student senate —— *••• uwii u,u ^J* CQl — dent, Bill Whitlow vice, and'Marie Irmiter, secretary and treasurer. Other Armstrong News. Mrs. Bridge Blum accompanied her daughter Josephine to Minneapolis, Minn, last Tuesday and will spend the winter there. Mr. and Mrs. Light and son, of Gowrie, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elwood visited last Tuesday at John Mixell's. etlch'B. The Rev. E. Flene returned home Thursday evening from a sectional conference at Sanborn. Snow Pulls High Line Into Tree Irvington, Oct. 18—The heavy snow which fell here Friday afternoon and night brought the high- line at the Herman Becker farm down till it rested on the trees. u . o *i. utsuuvri QLUUCilL SUntlLc t-11 ------ wui,%,vi wn LUC LICCO. has elected Orla La rson as presi . Electricity discharged from wire to WHITTEMORE PEOPLE VISIT CRASH VICTIM Whittemore, Oct. 18— Those who gathered at Mrs. Opal Henry's Fri?5 y for an afternoon's visit "~«IIDUU; cmrmet number. roons vst are and Lillian Baago; book re . | Mesd ame 3 Allan Bollinger, R. G. OH!' P ° or . Man . Rich Man, MM . | HengeJ, H«t Wolf, John Finestad, Oliver Graham, Burt. Hostesses * U of F «nton; Prince Rominger, of wM e , S ? a S cs F> H " Ei S ler - Wal-|P, es Moines; and Fred Olson, and WIddel, F. j. Weisbrod, C. G. Rev> and Mrs - °- K - Gaar <l, Cylin- ' ... ., A . Oi TTciauruu. U. IT w»f£ f' TM ' E " Burwa sh, Elmer Weisbrod, John Wallace, Art Voigt, , Fred Brown, and C. C. Voigt. islt Accldent"yictim— - - - , der -' an d Mesdames Archie and Herman Voigt, Steve • Bauman, Fred McWhorter, Reinhard Behnke, W. H. Discher, O. L. Jeseen, H. W. Behnke, Herman Maahs, Frank , w |. Schattschneider, Bill Rusch Jr., Hengel, Mrs. Allen and Arthur Heidenwith end Adella John Finnestad, Bell. The Rev. Mr. Gaard gave an ' P nfnn "" Romin ger, all of interesting talk and sang a hymn, enton. were among those visiting Recipe 8 were written and games Wri'J « y> at Whl " e m°re, Played for entertainment. At the rornvL" tterno ° n ' Mrs - Henry is close of the afternoon a lunch was qnff J« f y ° m her injuries served - !t wln be remembered that suffered in an auto accident, but Mrs. Henry Henry was injured in — wuuu n«_v,iui7lil,, UUL will be confined to her bed several more weeks. Attend Lone Hock Meeting Eight members of the local unit attended a meeting of the Kossuth Auxiliary at the Presbyterian an auto accident some time ago, and must remain in bed for three more weeks. Aid Has Regular Meeting— St. Paul's Lutheran Aid held ita monthly meeting In the school hall relatives here and at Emmetsburg Wednesday. Father Cullen visited his parents, Postmaster and Mrs. John Cullen here. Arthur Heidenwith and Melvin Elbert, and Fred Wagner, of Lone Rock, left Wednesday for Mallard where they are remodeling a set of buildings for the Metropolitan Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Beckendorf, of Waterloo, spent a few days last week at Curtis Sheidler's. Mrs Beckendorf is a sister of Mr Sheidler. Mrs. H. Y. Payne, Los Angeles, Calif., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Helmke, is spending a couple of week with her parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Thul, Clarion, spent a few days last week at T.h r Schumaker>s an d Mike Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vaughn were at Minneapolis the first of the week. Lotts Creek Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler and daughter, of Boone, were a week ago Sunday visitors at the John Kohlwes and Frank Eigler homes.' They returned home the next day Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke at;ended the recent wedding of Melinda Ruhnke and Hugo Berninghaus. Melinda Is the daughter of tree melted the snow, and some of the branches and leaves were burned off before linemen could repair the damage. Window Glasss - AT — LUSBY'S GLASS CUT TO FIT. GLASS PUT I GLASS PBIGED BIGHT I.HUI uu pariors at Lone Rock last i Thursday afternoon. After the US- Melln<1 a Is the daughter of week Tuesday. They are Meadames meeting a lunch of hot dogs and t h ?. Joh n Ruhnkes, Fenton, and the Sam Warner, R. L. Padgett, John (pumpkin pie was served to the Bridegroom Is a son of Mrs.. Amelia Kramer, W. E. Stoeber, Hans guests by the hmtiuup. AH™ Benunghans, ' Baago, 'j. F. Newel, W. and E. C. Fauerby. R. Wolfe, Injured Girl Itecovcred— Joan, daughter of Norman. Finnestad, was able to return to school last week, having recovered from injuries received in an auto accident about five weeks ago. Otlier Fenton. Mrs. Arnold Krause went to Marshall, Minn., last week Tuesday to help her sister, Mrs. F. C. Bailey care for the two-year-old iwi'n son of the Baileys who underwent an operation for rupture. He is getting along nicely. Mrs. Krause returned home Saturday. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe entertained at 'our tables of bridge Thursday af- ;ernpon. Mrs. Alvin Zumach won :he high score prize, Mrs. C! F. Wegener the second high, and Mrs. F. F. Mueller the low. A two- course luncheon was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Prince Rominger, guests by the hostesses. Adell Bell won a prize in a guessing con test. Those on the next servin committee are Mesdames H. I Zumach, John Baas C. C. Baas, an F. J. Balgeman. Ada Fiene, Lotts Creek, gave an interesting talk o deaconess work, which she i studying. The Rev. W. H. Dische attended a ministerial Conferenc at Sanborn from last week til Thursday. Des Moines, brought Rominger's mother, home Mrs. Mrs. Jacob Hengel, last week, after spending a week with her daughter in Des Moines. Mrs. C. F. Wegener entertained her bridge club last week .Tuesday afternoon. • Mrs. Alvin Zumach won the high score prize and Mrs. G. B Stevens the low. Mrs. C. 0. Bailey Seneca was a guest. Aloy Halda, Corydon, is the new mechanic at the Newel hardware garage. He is staying at the Frank McFall home and will move his family here when able to se cure living quarters. Mrs. E. K. Johnson entertained Thursday afternoon Mrs. Mary Stiles, Mrs. Andrew Gappa, and Mrs. Percy Godden, of Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Henry Wegener, of Algona. Mr. and Mrs: Paul Cornelius and daughter Virginia and twins, Ray and Rosemary, returned home last week after spending nine days vis iting relatives at Mt. Vernon, 111. Mrs. Earl Dean accompanied her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hieter, Lone Rock, last week Tuesday to attend the wed ding of a nephew. J. A. Schwartz entertained the postmasters and their assistants of Kossuth counoty at his home last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. T. Waite went to Duluth, Minn., last week Tuesday for an indefinite visit with her mother, Mrs. Heiden. Mrs. Harold Goetsch is recovering from her recent operation at the Miller hospital in Fairmont. Mrs. Charles Nelson was at Estherville Thursday. Seneca The Seneca school closed Friday for a two weeks corn-husking vacation. School starts again November 1. , Gertrude Rockey, Port Dodge, spent a week ago Sunday at Peter Peterson's. — Henry Hoeck Jr. spent wednesf day evening at A. T. Paulson's. Mrs. J. P. Krug, Atkins spent several days last week at her niece, Mrs. A. T. Paulson's. Avis Byers, who is in nurse's training in St. Paul, spent several days last week caring for her father, Loren Byers, at the Bancrdft lospltal. , Mrs. Cora Drlnnan and Ralph spent Friday at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cady and daughters went to Minneapolis' a week ago Monday. Mr. Cady and daughters returned home the next day, but Mrs. Cady remained to receive medical treatment. SALR8BOOKS. ORDER BOOKS 4 similar items can be ordered a» the Advance office, ofte- -*' - —over salesmen'* prices. Birthday is Observed— Those who helped Henry Kueck er celebrate his birthday a week ago Sunday evening are Mr. am Mrs. William Kuecker, Mrs. Glady Schneider and son Danny, Mrs Carl Svare and son Carl Jr., Wes Bend, Mr., and Mrs. Erwin Kuecke and son Maurice, of Ames, Mr. am Mrs. Henry Schultz, the George Schultz family, the George Moan family, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer. A. A. L. Has Card Party— The A. A. L. held Its monthlj meeting in the school basemen! Friday evening. Cards were play ed at three tables. Prizes were won by Raymond Heller and Mrs. Vic tor Dau, high, Mrs. William Rusch and William Rusch Jr., low. At the evening lunch was close of the served. Other Wliittemore. Father'Al Conlon and Father John Cullen, of Sioux City, visited RECTAL DISEASES VAKICOSE VEINS AND RUTTCBE I use the ambulant-method in treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little if any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You can go right on with your regular work and lose no time except (or a few minutes in my office once a week. ou are welcome to come in for an examination without charge. At that time I can explain my method of treatment. DB. S. W. JIEYEB, D. 0. (JENERAL HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa. often at a say- tf VULCANIZE Your Cut Tires Get many more miles in safety at small cost. DUTCH'S SUPEB SEBVICE _ of Whittemore. The HeriE|in Gade faihily, Fenton, was at Hugo Faulstich's last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leisner, of Algona, were last week Tuesday afternoon visitors at Hugo Paul- If This Were Written On a Ten Dollar Bill- * P H O N E 2 2 9 —it couldn't be more valuable to you. WHATEVER COAL YOU BUY, MAKE THE MOST OF IT! Don't pay more for heat than you have to . . * buy the kind of coal that your heating equipment will use most efficiently. If you think your fuel bills are too high, consult us today. The wide range of F. S. Norton & Son coals in stock gives you an opportunity select the RIGHT coal for you. Ask us about it today! We may be able to give you some helpful and money-saying suggestions about getting the MOST out of whatever coal you use. !| F. S. Norton & Son 1 LUMBER AND COAL "Not Just Service—SUPER Service" GENTLEMEN. WE GIVE TOO THE THE WOULD sow OH —~ # BUICK Showrooms Under the new'beauty of Bulck, modern engineering makes history, co-starrfng the DYNAFLASH ENGINE and TORQUE-FREE SPRINGING TlfHAT HAPPENS inside the "' 1938 Buick engine happens nowhere else in the world. That is not advertising language, it is cold-steel engineering fact. Speeding through the raceways of the 'intake manifold, the fuel mixture vaPor hurricanes into the cylinders at speeds around 250 miles an hour, r A s it sweeps past streamline valve contours, a scientifically designed Turbu- lator, built into the Piston face, flings it 'into airswirls of terrific turbulence. The spark that leaps through that compact storm-center, sets off a flash- 'ing cyclone of power, exploding with tornadic force!. Sitting in the driver's seat you become aware of power that is livelier and more brilliant because gasoline is giv- 'ing up more performance than it ever, 'gave up to motorists before I, ' TO MATCH this incomparable stride, Buick engineers now give you a kind of springing you will likewise find on no other car in the world, Poised on jarless coils of easy-flexing steel, Buick floats free of bobble> jar, chatter, jounce. Thf car will not over-steer or under- steer-skidding, even on icy Jugh- ways, is blessedly reduced. Rear tires no longer scuff half their life away through power-wasting wheel-slip. vt Through winter and summer, without: need of grease and without "seize" 1 from rust, dirt, water or ice, springs] keep their gentle, even cushioning for the life of the car. YES, IT IS a great story, the storjfj of these twin engineering triumphs id the 1938 Buick, So great a story that it obscures half a score of other advances, themselves enough to make any car a wonderful buy. We invite you to learn more abouC them this week at any Buick |ho.w room. "Buick carruithi tamer forward" Klassie Motor Co. Iowa

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