Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1942 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT KOflfltffltt COUNTY ADVANCE ALGOMA. IOWA County Federation Meeting— A county federated women's club meeting at the Congregational church Tuesday was attended by some 100 women. Mrs. H. A. French, Titonka. county; chairman, presided. I A business session at which re-, ports were given was held in the j forenoon, and lunch was served I at noon by the church aid. Mrs. Mary Woodward, Whittemore, American citizenship chairman, gave a short talk in which she suggested that women should "know their America." There should be at least one well informed woman in every club who can inform fellow members on the bill of rights and parliamentary law. Mrs. Woodward also reported gratification over Red Cross work accomplished by the women of the county. She suggested a thrift shop in each neighborhood. She told of nutrition and home nursing classes, and advised help to Junior Red Cross organizations. She asked each club to buy a bond, and every woman to help build up and maintain high morale by keeping her own family healthy and happy. Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, music chairman, suggested a study of operas as part of a music project. A violin duet was given by Women Active in Red Cross War Work _ - ... ' ' - -'.-:...• V. f Oft SALE —• CHOICE BISOM flax iced, & bu. Phone 3311.- R. d. Bauer, Westey. FOR SALB-2 WHITE GEESE hens.—Mrs. Orville Gardner, 11F23, Algona, Lone Rock phone 909. POTATOES—3 TONS Cobblers, $1.49 sack. Bring sacks. Ohio seed, 'tl.fS sack.—East End Gro' T iRnO/ eery. I5p20 FOR SALE —USED 3-BOTTOM , 14-in. John Deere tractor plow, also set of harness. — W. . H. tfeyer, Algona. 15p26 mm^—— i ' . — EASY TO flip.-, «Af|G»fT t S Miftral Meat Meal for ho R, Wood/nan^ ***&** & f»any, Alton* jfeanch. 2 SARGENT gTAHtmG Formula now Includes Vy-Lac- tos, marvelous conditioner for chicks. Costs no Mote. Try a trial bng.—J. R. Woodmangee. Sargent & Co,, Algena Branch. 26 ORIGINAL OWNER SELLING 1940 Ford V-8 coupe. Low mileage, good tires, Al condition. tf-«i-« >lA./WMn4*ttt 4*rtrt1ft tH*l/i*Jrt I vfi-j £tJRNACE vr— •"*• ne ?* ifojtn your « r . K<*p jfbitt- home comfortable ni lew cost. Buy it on deferred terms, See u«, LaUie & Mitekey c B 26 .„ RECENT BEREAVEMENT Which visited our homo has brought to Us A greater appreciation of our friends. Such kind nesses and neighborly thoughtfulness dan never be forgotten —. Mrs. George Marshall and Sons. o-i o— 1 --- -- -—--.— : i . . p26 Heater, defroster, radio. Priced' ' ' ' •; " *,,*„„„. '" — for immediate sak-Call at 113 FOR__SAL«. r SORREL GELD- beanr combined ~-Cnrl tr 24P3. Hl .- Nortli Phillips, phone 152W. 27(2)26 FOR SALE—1935 FORD DE- luxe Tudor, low mileage, excellent condition, good • tires.— onie i«g .augc-mu^ *j.jk>j>«u Wallace Godden, Hurt! ,14p26 j corn $2.65; all per bushel. Also ~~~ „ . t _—.„,„„ mTnvci "**m many other bargains. Postal card FOR SALE—USED TIRES AND ... i*j_- »-- —A— — j 1^_ tubes, 600x16, 550x17, 525x18, 475x19, 450x21, 30x5 truck tires and tubes.—Joe Bloom. u26 'FOR SALE—NATIVE EWES TO lamb middle of May. Also young work horses.—P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock. 15p25tf ALFALA $11.85, CLOVER $9. Blue Tag Edgedrop Hybrid . us today for catalog and samples. —Hall Roberts' Son, Postville, Iowa. 30(2)25-28 ifigs, Well matched, sound coming 4 and 6, .weight 460o' Also 44 Head of one to four year old black faced ewes, start lambing April 15.—Joseph A. Becker % miles south of St. Joe on high-1 FOR way 169. , 38 ^ 2 6! Pho CARD OF THANKS—WE WISH i " orlhw <*t of ;, to,thank our many friends and ' ;>«i^' s , cull 'vai **«?!* fc^r act * of love'^&bi and sympathy during our recent i Kossuth County Advance Flash-Picture. J~\AILY AT THE LEGION HALL various groups of women meet to sew and knit for the Bed Crow ^ war projects. This group was working Monday, and others attend at other days during the week. Materials are furnished by the Red Cross. Instructors say there is room for more workers. will be in charge of the program, (followed which will be a patriotic skit en—- Ir _, who were accompanied at the piano by Mrs Sylvia Gunn. The history chairman, Delia Smith, Lakota, told the women they could learn much from a thorough study of the history of Iowa. A Mrs. Thompson, Britt district chairman, said each woman should try to help win the war, keep up morale, and, among other things, to pray, give service, and furnish money. A fine report on a convention ' at Des Moines was given. R. Martin will be narrator; Doris Cooper and Bill Burns, soloists; Meredith Raney, accompanist. An American Portrait, by Wato- machik^ will be presented by the Campfire girls, and Mrs. Mel Peterson will give a talk on Hawaiian experiences. Schoolboy Seven; Party— Jerry Bob, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson, celebrated his seventh birthday Saturday by a violin solo by H. S. Senior Has Birthday- Burns Nugent, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent, was taken by surprise by 20 classmates Friday evening in honor of his birthday. The evening was spent at dancing and bridge. Burns is a high school senior. WE BUY AND SELL USED bicycles.—Joe Bloom. u26 FOR SALE—NEW Schult and used house trailers. Easy terms. Also two shop builts suitable for tenant houses. — Para- land Service Station, Spencer. 21p24-26 MORT-O-DINE Mineral & Meat Meal costs less than tankage, goes twice as far with better results. Algona Flour & Feed Co., or loca'l Mort-O-Dine dealer. 26-w-50-tf WELL DRILLING — Spear & Phillips, phone 255. 1007 North Main, Algona, Iowa 35tf Party for Mrs. Johnson— Mrs. R. P. Norton will enter- ~~~,*^j ^aiuiuci^ by j tain her Birthday club next Mon- entertaining five boys at a party' day at one o'clock luncheon hon- m the afternoon. The boys at- i oring Mrs. Antone Johnson. The TV.O o* . "A I'"~, •=:'-"• i tended a show, then had lunch at,' afternoon will be spent at bridec The state Art chairman, Mrs. i Jerry's. The guests were John i ' Uoebbcrs, of Lincoln, la., said Philip Peterson, David Long, I Birthday Parly for Pastor— en- Jerry Beamish, Billy Hutchison, "" ~ - - - and Phil Anderson. ------W - s - c - S. Program Today— The Rev. A. E. Lipscomb was honored at a surprise birthday party Friday evening at the Nazarene church, following the usual 08»B»OBTUIVITY KNOCKS HERE" , : : — , ""-""», i that art in school should b couraged more. All art, she .aid. is of either editorial or reporter type. Frames should not be such as to distract from Leona Walker^liride- oc e Leon A., daughter of Mr. and church, and Mrs Paul Danson's '' FrSv S w sonage, the Rev. M. M. Schaper performing a single-ring ceremony. Attending were Helen Walker and Raymond Lovstad. The bride wore a navy blue street-lcnPth dross with a corsage of roses, and her attendant wore an aqua blue dress with corsage of daffodils. A reception took place at 6:30 p. m. at the home of the bride's parents, and attending were Mrs. Anna Lovstad, sons Robert, Raymond, and Leonard, Viola Sarto Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lovstad, son Billy, Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider, daughter Joan. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Schneider, son Kennethi and the Victor Garmans, all of Burt; the Durwood Me Arthurs, and the Robert A. Carneys. The new Mrs. Lovstad was employed two years at Dr. H M Olson's office, Algona. Mr. Lovstad clerked in a Burt store, but has been farming with his moth- RED WING FLAX SEED FOR sale. High germination and purity.—G. W. Patterson, Burt. 15p25-28 USED SMALL SPINET PIANO. Small balance monthly.—Write Acc't Dept., box 176, Mason City. 14p26 j FOR SALE — 1939' FORDOR Deluxe sedan.' Priced to sell in order to close estate. — See Hutchison & Hutchison, Security State Bank Bldg., phone 251. 24(2)26 ALL YOU NEED IS GRAIN and Minral Meat Meal. No tankage . . to buy, no minerals, no* condi- r° , . * . , •••<• lionets. A completely balanced inspiring service and the singers ration in one bag.—J. R. Wood-1 t or0thei . r . contributions.—Mrs. c. ».««««„ c<«_^__i p. r>~ Al»«>.«lf. oPCCIlt and chimrpn ,,nn i W [ s . h ! n «t i for his pany ivm/ . ' in one bag—J. R. Wood-1 i,"* ""=". ™"" 'I*"" 0 " 8 -' mansee, Sargent & Co., Algona j F - s P ec "t and children. Branch. 26 fntaw STARTING OFFER~ HYBRID SEED CORN —IOWA 939-306-303. State certified. 306 and 303 are two of the newest Iowa State Hybrids. Their maturity is about the same as 939. Prices reasonable. — M. A. Sorlein, Bode, la. 33p24-26-28eow Wanted—Reliable man to sun- ply regular customers with famous Watkins products in Algona Special starting offer includes $30 free products. Steady earnings, starting immediately.—J R Watkins Co., D-50,Winona, Minn.' 33p26-29 GLENN I c ''nton, v/^.m mi count of » cd no since Colo thy bos " 1 PRICES REDUCED ON LEG- horns for March delivery. Straight run as hatched, $9.40; Leghorn pullets, $18.90; $1 per 100 books orders. — Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 23u25tf Want Ads of all kinds are CASH; no charge accounts. No 'till ordered out' orders. Ordinary wants, for sale, for rent, etc., 2c word- Minimum 25c. Add lOc for mailing replies to 'blind' ads. Stamps accepted for ordinary wants. Count each spt of initials as one word, also each set telephone or other numbers. Omit unnecessary words such as one, etc. Contract low rate on long readers. Legals lOc line, Sc line for repeats. .. ..uiu.jug wim iua 1I1UU1- TTI/-IT) r, . -r _ —^^^mm er near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Lov- * ORT SALE—5 HEAD HORSES stad will live on a farm south of ' , ° hn Lickteig, phone FOR SALE—PUREBRED Brown Swiss bull, 8 months old.—Elmer Junkermeier, Lakota. 12p26 WANTED — EXPERIENCED man for farm work. — Phone 11F5, Lone Rock, phone 922. 12p26 FOR SALE—RED CLOVER seed, farmers' price.—Frank Meine' 3 N., 2% E. of Whittemore. 16p26-27 PUREBRED SHORTHORN bulls for sale, old enough for service —Herman J. Studer, Wesley. 12p26 Burt. A shower was given for the bride-elect by Mrs. Robert A Carney last Thursday, 15 women attending. Cresco Four-H Girls Meet— A discussion on introductions Wesley. 2288, gona. i " "'•"-" i "" u " uu uuroauctions -p,, " O n led by Stella Mae Mayer was the ' hone 39 ' main program feature of the' FOR RFNT ^A~^7 Cresco Chums 4-H ninV, «,„„*;— •• un . K > m ~ "ARM FOR SALE—ALFALFA HAY IN barn.—Harold Brandow, Al- 8p26 .... „„, ^ — 2 ROOMS kitchenette unfurnished.— 12p26 FOR SALE—3 CHESTER White gilts to farrow in ten days —H Clayton, phone 25-F21, Al- 15u26 FOR SALE— MUKDEN SOY- beans. Good germination 3212, 12p26 Cecil Bjustrom, phone Whittemore. I Lone" ' g hay. - Saturday at the Mayer home The meeting was opened with the Star-Spangled Banner and roll call was answered by six j ne nay members and the leader on "one miles N E way I can be a thoughtful host- ' ' ess. Ramona Mayer was unanimously elected secretary to replace Phyllis Thompson, who has moved away. An exchange of flower seeds and slips was planned for the April meeting The group then sang "Home bweet Home, and Jane Mayer spoke on courtesy in buying Vitamins from A to K were discussed by Bernice Reaper, after which Marjorie Detrick read Music Lesson No. 3. The meeting was closed with Traumerie. Mf>thodi«=t Bible Class Meets— The Methodist Bible Searchers Sunriny school clnss met Tuesday at Mrs. C. C. Scharlach's, and assisting hostesses were Mes dames Sara Douglas, Stella Sa- bm, and Chris Johnson. There W ^u members present The meeting was opened with the hymn, "The W^y of the Cross Loads Home." Mrs. H. M. Burns' mother, Mrs. Hoppor, led the f, mg1 "!' and ,.Hattie Witham led "'"" '"' Burns offered 26-27 Jerge ge R EG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk Studer, Wesley. 14(2) 14tf FOR RENT—MOTORIZED Fanning mill for cleaning oats and 2, er ^seeds. Algona Flour & 12p25-28 Roll call was answered with Bible verses. Irish jokes were told and prayers and poems read especially pertaining to Easter Help hints for March were given.' -I ne April meeting is to hp held at the parsonage, and hostesses are to be Mesdames W L Martin Mary A . Miller, and Anna McQuaid. Elementary PTA~Program— An Elementary P. T A meet ing was held Tuesday afternoon at the Bryant school building ihe proeram was opened with £ 0mm V nity singing, after which *ay Meade, county boys' 4-H i? ad f r - sooke on Defense and Food. Third Ward pupils, grades one to six, presented a program. The first grade pupils gave a unit on transportation; second prade room teacher, re,, --' Picture of the month" j the most mothers present. Woman's Club to Meet- Woman's club will meet . afternoon at " Mrs. Campbell w — —- ^ «^ ^^ ^g Chrischilles Store :-^r: "*"'"* Xf?~';"v~'-!"<?i'"j"'.F>"~~-"~~a.**$ s . — rr^ —.„ „_ l/,*>%'iii''-.. ••' .'" <"- ±_^^«*M»^^? '"''.': :^-; v -..'•.f '>A V $&'* :?-" This is a suit season. We have been selling suits since January 1st, We know what folks want and we liare the very suit which is so popular, in stock. Buy a suit now—this year—because we're going to have several good suit years coming. Here's the greatest collection of high grade distinct ive millinery you've ever seen, in p § lenTy It %£% Easter. Featuring the famous Pisk hats in e x models . See these beautiful hats this week— 2.5O 4.OO 6.OO WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP Giant bars CORN KIX rclttr VVI111 IIIA packages . . TOMATO JUICE, IGA r 3 M CERTAINTYPANCAKEFLOURp ORANGE JUICE::;,; 2 1 CAROL MACARONI „ 2! CAROL SPAGHETTI::: 1 There are many styles, ranging from the smart, plain tailored mannish model to the more feminine "dress-maker" types. Both in navy and black and also a wide variety of tweeds and mixtures— well made perfect fitting and reasonably priced. Nifty plaid suits for the younger miss who wants to look like her older sister and yet demands youthful zip and zest. They are here, also reasonably priced from 12 to 20. ^^^^ will find them here h ^ nav^S ma^ , SUlt Y ° U crepes, and hair-line novelties at materials - twills, $32.50 and $35.00 Other dressy types of suits at $22,50 and $25.00 Tweeds and Hght mixtures in 100% wool at $19.75 and $22.50 JELLO All flavors pkg. DC FOLGER'S COFFEE 55c SALMON l-lb. cans 2 for 3?C CLIMALENEtT? 5 '. PLAIN COOKIES , resll .. 2 CRISCO SHORTENING . 3 k£ SYRUP, GOLDEN . SYRUP, GOLDEN . CLEANSING TISSUE J8KCOFFEE^, ggrs.om TOILET TISSUE each can Ko.ll/ pail .V>,i pall box off M| \-M , . tin. i 4 rolls I OXYDOL APRICOTS S; 10 . KRISPY CRACKERS ORANGES ST.;.. GRAPEFRUIT™ 1 " Lrg, ORANGES Seedless i ... each Mb! Sunshine . koi i . . . . dotl . . .10i,i of wear out of it. you have Chrischilles Store SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR large CARROTS . FANCY APPLES LETTUCE targe • • • Heads 2 bundles 1 5 2 for! WHOLE KERNEL CORN 2f.r21C QUALITY MEA BEEF SHORT RIBS .J No. 2 can 2-lb box. KRAFT CHEESE ~—-^™»"^« LARD 2 ib..... 27c SLICED BACON TIDBITS •%|^ A • Hft •^M ^^« "^ ^^ ."-^7 • '^^* W ^^ LARGE OR RING BOLOGNA i • "''""" • -^^B^ , '' : ?'"~ :HHplF * ill^^^^ I* G, A. The Home of Better YI

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