Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1939 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1939
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ALdbNAt IOWA IE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS Iwlll'isome to y6ur horn* every <Utf through CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR fero&er of Laltotari, Hit by Car, Killed An MtrnMonal Dttty (or you the world's el«atl, «on«Wuellre delnii. TM Monitor Mplolt crime or Mn>*tlon; neither does It Ignore them, .. corrective^ with th«m: F«»iur«» for biw men and »11 th« Inoludlnt the Weekly M«f»tlne section. ..rlstlan Science Publishing Society ,Korw»T Street, Boston; Mftssachusettl • •••• i»y »ub«orl»tlon to Th« Christian Science Monitor lot 6 months M.60 S mftnths 13.00 1 month »1.00 . Wsue, Including M»g»«lne Section: 1 year 12.80. « Issues 288 >re of Real inter ... uilng that time COLiD weather can lause you a tcliscomfort and unnecessary fuel expense. It your family and your pocketbook against it. —INSULATE YOUR ROOF —STORM AND COLD PROOF YOUR DOORS AND WINDOWS <give you figures on this equipment for your is?! You will find it a very economical and prac- '" ay of enjoying greater winter comfort. PHONE 229 S. NORTON & SON Your Warmest Friends for 44 Years! IUARY CLEARANCE SALE VALUES AT A PRICE Ikodel A Ford Sedan, new paint, good shape «69 IChev. Coach, new paint, in very good shape $89 J Buick 6 Standard Sedan, O. K. in every way _ ffiuick 6 De Luxe Sedan, series 57, cost new |2500.00 —— Pontiac 6 De Luxe Sedan, radio, heater, de- roster I Pontiac 6 De Luxe Coach, heater and defroster —-— — $449 S Pontiac 8 De Luxe Sedan, radio, spot lights, heater, defroster —- —~——--— -^-— $498 Buick 8 DeLuxe Sedan 6 wheels, very clean $395 Buick 8 De Luxe Coach, heater, defroster _$495 Oldsmobile 6 De Luxe Sedan, radio, heater, fdefroster, like new . LIBERAL TERMS AND TRADES See these cars before you buy. BIRUM--OLSON CO. YOUR BUICK DEALER kEast State St. Phone 121 PUMP PRIMING SALE 10 Day Sale at Neville's Store Beginning Thursday, Ian. 12th When I say sale I mean reduced prices on everything in the store. I mean ten days that you save money on anything you buy at Neville's. I just got back from Burlington, where I bought $5,000,00 worth of surplus merchandise from Schramm & Schmeig Co. I feel it is the cleanest; best buy of good standard goods that I ever made. IT IS A BIO FLOCK OF BIG BARGAINS Because.. I bought them cheap is the very reason that you can buy them cheap from me. Many a merchant has the same goods on his shelves for which he paid double what this bunch cost me. This and my regular stock all go into this gigantic sale for ten days. It is your store for ten days. Your choice of anything in the store, and at prices that will make anybody open their pocketbook. We never coax or argue, but we make prices that give a customer that "hurry up and buy 'em" feeling. Shoes, clothing, ladies' wear, yardage, bla^keti, $20,000.00 stock. Prices slaughtered for ten days. The first 40 women that buy anything Thursday afternoon will receive a 3-piece <?urtal» set ABSOkUTEfcY FREE; 50 more curtain sets will be given away Friday afternoon. Jimmie Neville Algona, low* KNOCKED DOWN IN STREET AT HAMILTON, ILL 'Lakota, Jan. 9 — Mrs. Delia Smith received word Saturday, De< comber 31, that her brother, Roy Deyeo, Hamilton, 111., had died, alter having been struck by a car as he was going home 'at 5:30 p. m. from a grocery store. He was picked up and taken to a Keokuk lospital across the river, but did not regain consciousness. Mr. Deyeo, who Was 72, was a retired railroad man who moved to Hamiton from Fort Dodge two years ago. Funeral services were held at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday, :he Rev. Mr. Day, a friend of the Deyeo family, preaching the ser mon. The Spanish war veterans t»ad charge, and a soloist sang, Sleep, Soldier Boy, Sleep. He was burled beside the grave of his First wife, who died six years ago. Surviving are a widow, and a brother, Ray Deyoe, Dawson, Minn. Mrs. Smith was the only sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht and Mrs. Smith attended the funeral. THE POCKETBOOK KNOWLEDGE - west of town. The Roy Olsons have moved to Hartley. (Lucille has gone home, after It *«*ft Betty Buftlfc 11 NOW CHEAPLY MANUFACTURE? FOR UNIVERSAL USE, WA* FIR9T MAPE IM AMERICA IN 1607. THE FIRST PROPUCT WA* BFAP* USEP FOR TRADE V/ITH INDIANA 6ROVU IN AUSTRALIA THE 9T«M FOR EVERV $100 Of CHEMICAL PROPUC7* *OLP,*5.oo GOE5T< RESEARCH TO GIVE CONSUMER* IMPROVEP PRODUCT* AT LOWER PRICED Presbyterian Men Serve Supper— An annual Presbyterian men's supper was served on New Year's eve, and more than 100 plates were laid. Some $40 was cleared. This supper is always served by the men, and it Is a real social event much enjoyed by the women, who for once in a year have the privilege of being served a good meal while It is still hot and have no dishes to wash afterwards. Attend I'lum Creek Banquet- Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Warburtom drove to Algona last week We/dnes- day and attended an annual banquet of the Plum Creek Literary & Social club at wihich the husbands were guests. The meal was served by the Irvington Aid, and it was a real banquet. Following dinner there was a program on which Mrs. Waflburlton appeared. Cousin of Mrs. Winter Dies— IMrs. George Winiter has received news of the death of Nickolos Wise, Bellevue, who suffered injuries in cine side of his .body when he fell on a coal pail recently. Death was caused .by resulting complications. He Was the' husband of a cousin of Mrs. Winter. Five to County F. B. Meet— Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, C. O. Peterson, Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, and George Wallentine, Ledyard township, attended a recent annual county Farm Bureau meeting at the Methodist church at Algona. They reported a good program. Mrs. Ogren No Better— Word from Mrs. R. L. Williams, who is with her mother, Mrs. Albert-Ogren, San Antonio, Tex., where Mrs. Ogren has been critically sick, repents the patient still in serious condition and showing little improvement. Boy for Form Couple— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. D wight Smith Thursday, December 29, at their home northwest town. This is the first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith Sr. 'He has been named Roger Dean. Other Lakota News. Mrs. Tom Tamen entertained the Presbyterian Aid at her home Thursday, some 35 women attending. Following a business meeting Mrs. I, E. Wortman had charge of devotions, and Mesdames W. E. Ley and William Turley sang a duet. Mrs. Peter Bruer gave her little daughter Lois a •birthday party a week ago Saturday. This was the child's second birthday. Little neighbor girls were guests. Mrs. H. H. Murray was hostess to the Methodist Aid at a business meeting Wednesday. Mrs. Delia Smith, vice 'president, was in charge. Mrs. Harry Moe has been seriously sick two weeks with gallstones, but was somewhat improved lat week-end. Seventeen members of the Commercial 01 lib had a monthly dinner at the Methodist church Thursday evening? 'Mrs. Ike Harms recently returned from Iowa City, where she had a health check-up. IF you onivf you* AUTO "So AH- HOUK AHP GET IS M/lff TO THB GALLON, GMOtlNE TAX£* AVf ABOUT H CfNff PCK HOUK / CHINA HA* THE ONLY COM IN THE WORLP PICTURING . AN AUTO. IT YUM STRUCK I TO HONOR THE PURCHASE \ OF AN AMERICAN *WAN BY A GOVERNOR OF AN INTERIOR PROVINCE THE MOVIES ByT.H.C. BROTHER EAT— I and they didn't spare pains or tal- Brother Rat, on both screen and | ent^ in Jits production. Photograph- stage, has been the subject of! much controversy, but the consen- e * ln * h « t WM, RISTAU, OF LU VERNE, WEDS AT LIVERMORE Lu Verne, Jan. 9—William Ristau, Lu Verne, and Mrs. Mina Sla- sek, Livermore, were married last week Sunday, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. L. Schaef- ter at his Livermore Lutheran church. They were attended by Mrs. Lena Dougherty, Clarion, sister of the bride, and Bruno Rls- tau, Sioux City, son of the bridegroom. The bride wore a royal blue, transparent velvet dress, with hat to match and a corsage of pink and White roses. The couple are living on Mr. Rlstau's acreage northeast of town. Lutheran Aid Committees— , At the first meeting of the new year Thursday afternoon the president of the Lutheran Aid read the names of committees, as follows: quilting, Mesdames Fred Wolf, William Hoepner, and Carl Goetsch; flowers, Mesdames William Moeding and Raymond Meyer; calling on the sick, Mesdames H. D. Ristau, Meyer, and William Tlede; membership, Mesdames Helena Stripling, Gottlieb Hanselman, and Herman Gronbadh. The Aid has been organized eight years and has more than 50 members. Mrs. Kate Barton was, ; hostess Thursday. Many Travelers by Train- Frank Hartley, third-year Veterinary student at the State college (graduate of the local high school), spent part of his Chrlst- msa vacation with friends here. He said the conductor of the evening motor coach south last week Monday night telegraphed the train dispatcher at Eagle Grove to add an extra coach there, because more than 30 passengers would be brought down for points south. A ! good REPORT OF COHMWOH Of 1 Iowa State Bank of Algona, in the State of Iowa, organized under the laws of tfce State of Iowa, and a member of the Federal Reserve System^ at at the close of business on December 31, 1938. Published in accordance with calls made by the Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Federal Reserve Bank of this district on a date fixed by the Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act and Section 9231, Code of Iowa. ASSETS (including $10.15 over- obligations, direct 1. Loans and discounts drafts) 2. United States Government and guaranteed 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions- 5. Corporate stocks (including $3,000 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 6. Cash, balances with dther banks, including reserve balance 7. Bank premises owned $15,000, furniture and fixtures $5,029.36 _ 829,103.57 85,700.00 5,696.00 3,000.00 623,582.88 20,029.36 12. TOTAL ASSETS _..$1,567,110.81 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $1,109,471.51 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations . 25,812.70 15. Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 100.00 16. Deposits of State and political subdivisions 211,068.11 17. Deposits of banks 88,565.59 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) - 7,933.90 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS •- $1,442,951.81 CAPITAL ACCOUNT 25. Capital* •--? 50,000.00 26. Surplus 50,000.00 27. Undivided profits 24,159.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNT $ 124,159.00 «r were Iowa State back to school. stu- sus of opinion seems to be that it i winter — this "saga of the furious is a .bright, snappy little comedy fifties" is just one fight after an- fttled with clever dialog and unusual situations. I found it run-of- the-mill stuff myself, some of jt worse than others, all decidedly second-rate. I have seen military pictures till other. And darned if they aren't good fights! Robert Taylor, ma/tinee idol, and Wallace Beery battle it out for Missionary Society Meets— Mrs. Clifford Holmes and Emma Marty were hostesses to the Evangelical Woman's Missionary society Thursday at the Holmes home. Mrs. Fred Sdhmidt led devotions, 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES and CAPITAL ACCOUNT$1,567,110.81 *'This,bank's capital consists.of common stock with total plar value of $50,000. I, H. L. Gilmore, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. L. GILMORE, Cashier. JOHN FRANKL, Correct—-Attest:' L. E. LINNAN, R. H. MILLER, Directors. physical supremacy, as civilization i and Fi orenC e Hof had the lesson, moves westward in the struggle w hi c h was on The Ministry of the cows come home, and I find between the stage-coach and the them all about the same, one just infant iron-horse. about as good as another. This' I found the picture interesting Healing in India, from the text, "Moving Millions." A general outline of the work to be accomplish- goes for college pictures too. I and exciting, though some of the e( j during the year was given. This don't condemn them: as.entertain- dialog is pretty terrible; as when ment they offer the necessary in gredients; but as far as being en- joya'ble, well, they are not just my fodder. Brother Rat played in Chicago on several occasions when I was in Taylor says weakly about slavery, "Perhaps some day, they'll fight a war about this." This is certainly verbal tripe, and sounds to me like somebody Jin Hollywood was anxious to have folks think he knew on buying trips, but I .passed up j something about history, the opportunity every time, be-1 ' The best scene in the show—and cause such shows bore me. one of the best I have seen in a re- Nevertheless Brother Rat, on the j cent picture—was the old Negro's screen, is well cast and set, and ( first farewell to his mastert, as judging from the howls of laughter | poignant a bit of character work that arose from bo.th the Thursday] as I have hod the pleasure of wit- night and the Friday night audience, I should say it gave about 95 per cent satisfaction here. As for clever dialog, I couldn't see it, unless what comes out of really a marvel of reality. Some nessing in a long time. The fight in the snow between Taylor and Beery in the closing moments of the production was the mouths of collegians may be actors actually "take deemed "clever." I have never chin." found it so—except when I was a it on the collegian* and thought myself im- I feel that I could write a better review on the Two-for-One sale portant; an idea which I have long; than on such mundane, matters as forsaken, and the older I get the! the movies; tout since I have a con- less I think I know. Which is the regular procedure, I guess. I suppose a senior in high school Is about the best Informed mortal on his green footstool—according to some people. Ah well, just so we grow up sometime; it all comes out in the wrash. STAND UP AND FIGHT— They didn't mislabel this .picture, East-Seneca Mrs. Harold Holt, son Jimmie, and Mrs. Christenspn, of Ringsted, called at O. R. Patterson's ilast week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Jerald Goddea spent the week-end at Algona with her mother, Mrs. George Jennings, Doris Godden, Burt, spent "several days and Mrs. Godden last With Mr, week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft entertained at dinner last week Sunday the Ole Johannesens, Bancroft, the John and Laurence Johannesens, Lone Rock, and Harry Vahldricks, Ringsted. M. N, Vrebuv, Ringsted Harry 'ay Your Subscription Now i ' ' * . '' * il^dfji^sS-fj^f' Widdle, Mr. and Mrs, Nels Vrebug, Fenton, were New Year's dinner guests at Martin Wilberg's. Mrs. Jay Godden attended a meeting of the Lone Rock Mite fife ciety Thursday. Henry Klein, Jos.. Crowley, daughter Loretta, and Mrs. Anna Klein drove to Waterloo last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of a relatives. Wesley- Patterson, en rwte to the State Teachers college, rode with, them. Oscar Patterson Jr. fell seriously sick Wednesday morning anc was taken to an Iowa City hospital the same day. Alma Madison nurse at Lc-ne Rock, an4 Mr, aju Mrs. Oscar Patterson, Oscar's, par; ents, accompanied him. Cecil Bailey, Lev! Schuier, Haulger Peterson, and Maurice Jengep, a>o wen with them. Oscar w*s much improved Friday.. tract to cover the New Call each week, and the mention of mere business would be an ethical breach of something or other (besides, Editor Dewel might charge me advertising rates!) I'll let this go as it is. And I'll be seeing you next week. So you didn't agree with me on A Christmas Carol—now, now—I heard you! group was one of three in the state -which was 100 per cent in an efficiency chart last year. Colds are Prevalent Here— There has been an unusual amount of Illness in the past few weeks. Colds that got people down were the chief complaint. Editor Coleman, of the News, has been one of the sufferers. William Jennings, Corwith, was called to publish the News last week. Mrs. Harry Von Draska has been sick since return from a visit at Topeka, Kans. Anna Murray, of the Corner Store, was taken to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, for an appendectomy Wednesday. Bridge Party Is Given— A party was given at the Community hall last week Monday evening for 16 couples at bridge. The committee in charge consisted t Mesdames Wilson Legler, D. H. Wermersen, Charles W. Wolf, Harild' Sorensen, and Carl Goetsch. 'rize-iwinners were Mrs. Wermer- sen and Dwight Baker, high scor- irs, and George Tiede, who had the nearest to 1939. Lakota Wins in Overtime from St. John's, Bancroft Bancroft, Jan. 9—St. John's 'Golden Tide" basketeers were de- eated on the local floor Thursday evening by La'kota, 32-20. $pike Johnson made a John's, making 20 when Lakota basket for St. the local had 19. score Both teams then left the floor, thinking ;he game was over, but in. fact two seconds remained, and they were called back. Then a technical foul was called against each team and each got a free throw. The locals los theire, but Lakota's was good, which tied the score. Three mln- j utes of overtime was allowed, and Lakota made a winning basket. St. John's next home game will be played next Sunday here against Pocahonats. This week Tuesday night the locals play at Grant. Home-Talent Play is Given— A change was made in the cast of Yimmle Yohnson's Yob, home- talent play presented at St. John's hall Sunday and Monday evenings. Ifillian McDonald took the- part Mrs, Harold McCoy originally had- Maureen Wolfe and Jno. Lang gave vocal solos, and Alice Saunders, Maxine Kennedy, and Tommy Foth, tap-dancing, between actsr The rest,of the cast consisted of Charles Baker, whp played "Ytm- mie Johnson" from Mannesota; John Recker, Allie Meyers, Dan lege, Dubuque, has also' returned to his work. Four-H Club Kames Officers— The Bancroft Busy Pals 4-H club has elected officers Mary Frances Inman, president; Betty Shillington, vice; Elizabeth Ann Inman, secretary-treasurer; Dorothy Shillington, reporter; Dorothy Mescher, historian. Daughter for the Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kahler "Jr. are parents of a daughter, iborn ond child, but first daughter. She has been named Donna Jean Josephine. Electric Plant Is Debated— The business men had a 6 o'clock dinner at the Bradley cafe Thursday evening to discuss the municipal light and power plant question. Begins Chicago Beauty Coarse- Ada Coyne left Wednesday for Chicago to take a course hi beauty culture. Her sister Alta is a beauty operator there. Other Bancroft News. Charles Baker took Mrs. Edw. Hanlon, his sister, to Mason City Friday to visit Mrs, Jos. Whalen. Mrs. Hanlon was to return to Methodist Women to Meet— Mesdames Ray Stone, P. C. Lichy, Wilson Legler, Harvey Nelson, and John Voss Sr., will be hostesses to Methodist women at the 'ommunity hall this week Wednesday. Mrs. F. I. Chapman, Mrs. D. C. Toohey, and Lillie Wolf 11 be hostesses to the cemetery association at the same place Thursday, and election of officers 11 be held. Business Men are Organized— At a follow-up meeting of local justness and professional men Thursday evening, organization was effected. Herbert French was elected president; Howard Looft, vice; Dr. H. D. Meyer, secretary- treasurer, The group had previously met for lunch December 28, when Major Saul, Algona, gave a talk and led discussion of .civic problems. MeGee, Charles Quinn, Katharine, Dwigbt, 111., Monday, She had been Stebrdtz, Milan McDonald, Mary Berqice Williams, and Mrs. A. H. F0tb.. •'•/. _____ Jfirs, Qoinn Suffers Strofce^- : Father Rctoert J. Qulnn, Sioux City, spent several days last week with bis mother, Mrs. , yrb,o, suffered a slight stroke at her home lift week; Monday. is ^proving. " here six week» t| Mr. and Mrs. Jftmes Quinn, Arcadia, and the Edw. Goches were last week Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.. Bridget Quinn. riri-i with her daughter, Mrs. Ray Stone. ' The Y- P. M. C, of the Evangelical church met at Mrs. Woito's Thursday evening for study and a Junior £t« 9 « social meeting. Esther Merkle gave Callesta Elabecker and a talk on tithing. Foth took Olga Elsbecker, R. N- young people's secretary fop back to Carroll last week Tuesday Evangelical Church. The Fred Dotys, Gilmore to resume nursing. were recent visitors at B, H. Gard- Patricia Sheridan was sick last They formerly lived, south- week with, a touch -of pneumonia Brten, Whittemore, and Mre. Florence Holding has Jast week Tuesday at signed as clerk at Kennedy's. She had, clerked there many years. Stork Children Keturu to NOTICE The annual meeting of the Kos Where she. IB, emp}oye4 suth County Agricultural '' • f HAVE .you A ROOM wUl'.-;b& , 1939, '& the cpurt^ouse In Algona, " --?. fc ; VJMJiiat, secretary s?*:-~3ff£ ,.. , Change at Local Cafe — The Gouches, who had been running a cafe here since early fall, lately sold it to William Kollasch and have gone to Renwick to manage a cafe there. Mr. Kollasch formerly operated a pool hall here, Boys Lose, But Girls Win— The local basketball teams played Corwith Wednesday night, and the local boys lost, 33-20, but the Lu Verne girls won, 33-«. Re-enters Rochester Hospital- Herman Meyer, wbo has been In poor health some two years, is again a patient at Rochester. Other Lu Verne. (Mrs. E. A. Schroeder returned to her home at Cedar Falls with the Wilson Leglers, when the Legler son Earl was taken back to State Teachers Schroeder had spent the Kitty Fishers in the New Fabric Thrill — Suedetle — Soft as a Purr—Smooth as Fur—Tailored Classics Chic and Pert — or be dated ahead in Swinqtime and Dirndl Grosqrane Taffetas,

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