Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1942 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PROFESSIONAL hance your stationery with quality engraving. We can offer distinct savings in this line. TFdfiDhonp ^Ofi AclvAncf* Pnh f o JOB PRINTING — DON'T BE satisfied with stock forms that do not fit your business. Let us print forms suited to your needs. * • w. « Wl _ GOOD PRINTING AT LOW ctet PRINTING LARGE small-tlvy all tention aftd skill at the Advance. JOBS OR t careful at* workmanship NOTICE Because of business conditions today we are forced to go on a strictly cash basis. f This will enable us to bring to you better hardware at much lower prices than would be the case if we were doing a credit business. • Credit losses must be absorbed in the prices that have been charged by stores doing a credit business. Hence you, as a customer, have had sometimes to help pay the loss because someone did not pay. Now this is no longer the case because you and everyone else will be paying cash. We do not need the same margin of gross profit to meet our overhead costs because we eliminated credit losses, bookwork, collection expense, and similar items from the overhead. i Consequently we are therefore reducing our markup, and this reflects to your benefit. We sincerely hope to continue to enjoy your patronage, and on our part we will do everything in our power to have items in stock ready for you as far as possible under war conditions. Kohlhaas Hardware Formerly Kohlhaas & Spilles. To help win the war! ?four Buy NASH'S COFFEE t VACUUM PACKED Today our country needs every ounce of tin. You can do your share to help by purchasing Nash's Toasted Coffee in the useful vacuum packed glass jars. You'll find the same rich, tropical flavor of Nash's Toasted Coffee — fragrant and pungent — every bit protected by vacuum And the jars can be used for canning — the standard Mason caps fit them. Order the economical two-pound glass jar of Nash's Toasted Coffee tomorrow. * ou will help conserve tin — and you'll get the Coffee with "tropical sunshine in every sip". Nash Coffee Co., Mpls., Minn. The Nash VICTORY Package 2-POUND GLASS JAR USE THE EMPTY JARS FOR CANNING Here is your most economical package of coffee/..on Special Safe at all grocers Same price fls 2-LB. All Town CONTEST FOR 2 PLACES ON THE COUNCIL Burt, Mar. 18—Nomination papers have been filed for the following candidates for town officials to be elected March 30: J. T. Heaney, mayor. G. J. F. Vogel, treasurer. R. A. Clark, assessor. P. L. Dremmel, C. C. Smith, C. B Chipman, Dr. R H. Thompson, and F. L. Pratt, councilmen, all present office-holders. Nominations have also been filed for G. H. McMullen and Dr. B. K. Bahnson for councilmen. Bridge Pair i» Givew- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee en- .tertained at five tables of bridge last week Wednesday evening. J. G. McDonald and Mrs. L. H. Schenck won the high score prizes, and F. A. Ringsdorf and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf were low. Mrs. Howard Lunsman, Mason City, also won a prize. Brookes Buy a Home— Mrs. B. W. Brookes, Hawarden, and her daughter, Mrs. Kermit Christensen, Ringsted, were calling on Burt friends Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Brooke, who moved to Hawarden four or five months ago, have purchased a home there. Officials at Burt Are Renomi Joint Birthdays Observed— Mrs. Clara Lewis, Algona, and her daughter Ella spent Saturday afternoon at Mrs. Louisa Thompson's. Sunday was Mrs. Thompson's birthday, also that of Miss Lewis, and the Lewises came up to celebrate event. the joint Masons Plan a Meeting— The Masons will meet Monday evening to consider matters of importance to the fraternity. This is the llth year in which tel Monday, • Hetfli From EuHra Vlilt—' Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Patterson got home Saturday from Boston, Mass., where they visited their son Gardner-and his wife. » AigJnian'i Cartiaker Horn*-Mrs. J. J. John, who had been carirg for Mrs. Ellis McWhorter, Algdna, nearly a year, is now at her (son R. S. John's. Home From California— Mrs. Ada Mann got home Sat urday from Van Nuys, Calif, whei-e she spent the winter a her son F. J.'s. < Enliits for the War— Gcrdon Giddings went to Des Moires Sunday to enlist in the army. f Other Bart Newi. Mil. and Mrs. Durward Moore and Clayton Moore, Cedar Rapids, sment the week-end with tht parental Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moork and the local Mrs. Moore accompanied them to Cedar Rapids for a visit. • Mrl and Mrs. Charles 'Olson daughter Lyla, and Dean Meier, drov<t to Minneapolis Saturday to bring home Mrs. Dean Meier, who had spent a couple of weeks thefe! with Mrs. Elsworth Stevens. Mr and Mrs. Archie Ames, of Kanawha, spent Saturday evening at O. H. Graham's. Mr. and Mrs. |P. L. Stainbrook, Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests at th^Rev. Geo. H. Wessel's. Doi)othy McDonald and Luella Weiske drove to .Nora Springs Sunday to bring home Mrs. Maudb Hanna, who had visited there since Friday .at Walter Hanna's. Thelma Bristow, who has been working in a Waterloo beauty shop, 'spent, a few days over the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow. Raymond, Violet, and Ruby Nelson, Sylvester Brace, and Leslie and Melvin Graham visited thij: Glenn Grahams, Bode, Sunday afternoon. Zelfjha Rae Pratt, attending Iowa lodges have observed "si- | the Mankato business college, multaneous meetings nights." spent the week-end with her parents, pruggist and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. A cafeteria supper was served at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, after which missionary films were shown. The! S. A. Lindblooms', Fairmont, I Mrs. Mary Dundas, Armstrong> and Mary Greise spent Burt Youth Will Wed— Sunday at Martin Greise's. John W. Schroeder, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parsons, of and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder here, is | Humbbldt, visited Sunday at to be married sometime this ' Earl Lockwood's. She is Mrs. month to Margaret, daughter of Lockwood's sister. Get-Together for Teachers— Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle and Xenia Hayes were dinner guests last Thursday evening at Irma Davison's, Algona. Miss Hayes and Miss Davison formerly taught together. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Turner, Houston, Tex. Mr. land Mrs. Tom Trenary and the sij)n Kenneth were Sunday dinned, guests at Ray Smith's, Operation ai Rochester— near Algona. G. E. Brace had an operation The Jesse Dugans, Lone Rock, on his neck at St. Mary's hos- were 'Sunday dinner guests at pital, Rochester, last Thursday. Ralph Dugan's. He is expected home sometime this week. Hospital Patient Back— John Collinsworth, who was The county school custodians met with the J. G. Sewicks Saturday evening. Mrsl Elmer Kienitz, of Lakota, visited her mother, Mrs. G. C. Al- taken to an Algona hospital ten len, last Thursday, days ago with pneumonia, was T —-- •"., J ._- . brought back to the Marvin ho- Larry Holding has been seriously sick with a throat infec- Conserve food — this year can all ihe vegetables and fruits you can. The empty Nash Coffee jars are ideal for this purpose — the standard Masou cab //Is them. MOVED We have moved up to State street, next door to Algona Bakery. | We are starting the new location out by staging three of the best shoe bargains ever offered in Algona by me or anyone else. LOT NO. 1 900 Pairs of Childrenfs Slippers. 100% leather, in straps and oxfords for boys and girls. All sizps from 8 to 11 and from 12 to 3. j They come in gun metjil, patent leather, brown, and lots of whites. Thev are worth $1.50 a pair of anybody's money Our price will he, your choice, ^4 f^L any size, any pair, at _____ L__ $1 •UU LOT NO. 2 50 dozen of that well knoU men's work shoe, the "Milwaukee Kin^', sold everywhere at $4.00 to $4.50. They are welt stock. wear. " !t ? "" Pliable retan upper Easy on your, feet, Our price to set th ball rolling will be All sizes, widths E LOT NO. and a bear $2.98 and EE - - »"" • • ^ ^^F * \J Consists of men's oxfords- r Fortu age Tom King, and Johnsctlana. that used to be $4.00 retahers in e oW days This year they are advertising them on the market at $5.00. 1 to you is E - we the and some at $3.50 $3.33 Buying a pair of thes at Neville's is the easiest to save $1.50. They are the new colors of brown. so stylish oxfords in the world blacks, and Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN, LGONA, IOWA. DEBATE-MVES OUGHT TO BE JUST HOUSEHOLD ORNAMENTS Pour Corners, Mar. 17 — Jhe Four Corners Mathers & Daugh. ters club meets at Mrs. Robert Walker's next week Thursday, Loretta Broesder assisting, and roll call is to be answered with middles names of members. The program will be a debate, Resolved, That married women should not work; affirmative, Clara Dray ton, Lucille Rich; negative, Grace Bjustrom, Grace Jackman. A "trading party" will follow. L. J. Lowman to Illlnoi*— L. J. Lowman, who is 76, put his car into a shed Friday, and that evening he took the train for his old stamping grounds at Colfax, m. He goes back two or tion. ' The Fortnightly club will meet Friday with Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. three times a year, and has usually driVen there in the car, but now is Saving' tire mileage. Mis brother 'Mart,' 79, fell recently and Injured a foot L. J. will stay till the brother is able to be around ngaln.V> Small Bar MM Birthday— Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, was five Sunday, and in his honor his parents entertained Mr. Smith's brothers, sisters, and families at dinner. Little Walter received many gifts. Other Fo«r Corner*. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham, with the letter's mother, Mrs. Jessie Royce, were Sunday dinner guests of the Witham youngest daughter. Thelma, Mrs. Leo Ratnus, Algona. It was the With- ams',33rd wedding anniversary. The Fern Hulings, Britt, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. ^"^vStHi dutl ""dW « IHL TR AVEUR t ,^ Phono from itter THEY RE ! *rf^*™ B stem LARGE, FRESH . SNO-WHITE HEADS FKKSII A\I> CIIISI- CARROTS ... 2 •£. 15c JKXAS CURIA LEAF. PRK-WASMKD SPINACH ..... 2 lh ,. 15c 19c GREEN PEPPERT FIRM, GREEN 'HEADS NEW?; ,tf™ keel, J ives IBS, Jiche nlancc Jr.} i 'ort WASH. STATE—EXTRA FANCY L m ..™__ DELICIOUS APPLES 4 M CALIFORNIA SUNKIST cwr JUICE ORANGES CALIFORNIA—FULL OF JUICE SUNKIST LEMONS m STAUKS LEAN, MEATY IEEF LEAN, MCATT IEEF mt Short Ribs L SELECT, SMALL. MEATY SPARE RIBS CI1VALAT SOFT SUMMER SAUSAGE MESH. LEAN . . GROUND BEEF ROQUEFORT STYLE BLEU CHEESE Lb. • • * • Shortening 'If ,. •• tft 3-\-B. ~- Northern Pite Fresh frozen, Ib. --Frojen Fr««h WALLEYED PIKE Swift Premium LAMB STEW .. Wisconsin COLBY CHEESE \ Swift Premium ROU LAMB STEAKS BEEF ROA! HUE RIBBON NONE QUALITY HIGHER Lb. . TOUT DISAUBOUN c " dd5 ' CORN FLAKES n °* OXYDOI, I BLCA ( SALD .... TOMATO ..... CATSUP .. *** NlW HI-IIJI MT LO LI9UID

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