Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1931 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1931
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PAOR ETOHT It's time to bake that cake! •^ It's always lime to Lake a cake when the first week of Fall ar— - rives. But if you buy your baking needs at A &P this week,it'll be the most delicious and inexpensive cake you have baked for years. PILLSBURY'S OR GOLD MEDAL FLOUR ONLY $ FORA 49-LB. BAG (24M-LB. BAG . 63c) SUNNYFIELD FLOUR 24B ^ B 41 c BAG . 7O /rC 16-OZ. JUG Virginia Sweet Syrup CDCC»_One 20-oz. Package of Virginia Sweet Pancake Flour with each purchase of Virginia Sweet Syrup Van Camp's Tomato Soup CAN 5c Campbell's Tomato Juice 3<>Ns25c Gold Medal Wheaties . 2 "GS. 25c Folger's Coffee . . . POUND 42c UNEEDA BAKER'S Sugar Mounds . . . POUND 15c CT'resn c/ruiis ana ^l/egeiaoles Oranges, doz. . . 19c Apples Bananas Celery J, OHLENHAKE, EARLY WESLEY SETTLED, DIES Wesley, Oct. 6 — .Tohn Uhlenhake died at his home at 1:45 Sunday mot'ning, following a stroke suffered last week Wednesday. Funeral services were held at St. Joseph church this week Tuesday morning, with the pastor, the Rev. Father Wessllng, in charge. Requiem .high muss was celebrated. Burial was made In St. Joseph cemetery, near the graves of four children who pre ceded their father In death. Mr. Uhlenhake wns born at Ses Una, Iowa, and was nearly 71 years old. He was married to Mary Franzen May IS, 1880, and they moved to Wesley In 1894, having lived for a year previous on a farm in Prai rie' township. His farm here was just northwest of the village, and has been occupied for many years by Mr. and Mrs. Ous Brandt. For 3C years, under the firm name of Butts & Uhlenhake, he was associated with Guy M. Butts in the farm Implement and stock buslnss. Four years ago his son-in-law, R. C. Bauer, in company with Mr. Hirmer, took over the business. Mr. Uhlenhake is survived by his wife and six children: Mrs. Ella Brandt, Wesley; Mrs. Mame Krog- meler and Mrs. Catherine Krog- meior, Fort Madison; Mrs. R. C. Bauer, Wesley; J. P., Stockholm, Wls.; and Marjorle, at home. There are three brothers: Joe, Ossian; Herman, Danbury; and Fred, King fisher, Okla. Party Honors Departing Pastor— A farewell party was held at the Methodist church Saturday evening for the Rev, and Mrs. C. H. Moore. Raymond Hansen gave a talk and the Rev. Mr. Moore responded. Under the direction of Miss DeMotts, some of the children and young people put on a program. Boer gave a clarinet Clarence Desolo; Evelyn Gold Dust m: 0 can Scouring Powder FREE with each purchase of Gold Dust) Brillo 2^05.15e THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY, Middle Western Division Erickson delivered her last year's declamatory piece; Sylvia Ann Gerdes sangr two songs; LaVonne Gerds gave a piano solo; Helen Franzen, a piano solo; Arlene Haynes and Junior Diekmann, a duet; Dorothy Kraus and Maurine Hansen, a duet. A social hour followed, and lunr.li was served to 75 in the base ment. Two Go to Church Meeting— Jorgen Slcow and Ole Flom will attend the semi-annual meeting of the Scandinavian Free church at Superior, Wis. The meeting, begins this week Thursday and lasts aver next week Sunday. Anna Flom will stay with Mrs. Bernsten rind the children at Britt, while the Rev. Mr. Bernsten attends this meeting. Regular services were held "in the local Congregational church Sunday. Alma Sciirooder Is Married— Alma Schroeder and Bernard Sorensen, of Walnut, were married last week Wednesday at high noon at tho German Lutheran church. The Rev. P. J. Braner. performed the ceremony in the presence of GO relatives and friends.' They were attended by Aileon Tranmn, of Walnut, a niece of the bridegroom, and Walter Boettgor, of Hnrlnn. Evelyn Dau, a niece oC the bride, was flower girl. Before the ceremony Elda Lav rena sang, I Love You Truly. Mrs. Braner played Lohengrin's wedding march as the bridal party took places before a bank ,of palms and flowers. The bride wore a peach silk net dress and carried a" shower bouquet of roses and asters. After the ceremony a dinner was served at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. William Dau, . to the bridal party and out-of-town relatives. After a wedding trip to Minneapolis the couple'.will be at libme at Walnut. The bride is well known to Al- gonlarrs or she was employed at the Elk Cleaners for six years. She is the daughter of, Mrs. Peter Ehlers, of Swea City. The bridegroom i's the son of Mrs. Henry Sorensen, of Walnut, and is employed with the Green Bay Lumber company at Walnut. Out-of-town relatives who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trann, Mrs. Henry Sorensen, Mrs. Anna Kenzler, Walnut; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sorensen, Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schroeder, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder and daughter Darlene, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ehler, Mr. and Mrs. P. J.' Helmke, Swea !lty, and Mrs. Anna. Dau, Whittemore. •roject. Meeting Held Here— A Woman's Project meeting was held last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Agnes Seeley. Nominations for offices for the coming year were made: Chairman, Mrs. Clifton Benschoter; publicity chairman, Mrs. William Altwegg; cooperators—District No. 1, Mrs. Dg White; 2, Mrs. Clinton Sampson; S, Mrs. Floyd Bacan; 4, Mrs. William Fitzgerald; 5, 6, Mrs. Carl Brophy; 8, Mrs. Mark Shaw; 9, Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler. These nominees will be voted upon at the next regular Farm Bureau meeting which will be held at the Austin Gardner home in October. Muriel Body, H. D. A., was present. and their families, brought baskets bf food ami had dinner with Mtv and Mrs. Skinner. The group consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Dldrlksen and Son Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seeley, .Mr. and Mrs. F. U Thorpe and three children, and Kate Skinner, of Lu Verne. Mill IVIiillMiiorp f»rt««S—, • : Mr. and Mrs. 13. R. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oliver attended a 6:30 dinner and bridge party at Dr. and Mrs. H. 13.. Woodward's at Whitlemore last Thursday ntffht. Mrs. Elbert won first prize for the women, and Mr. Morrison and Mr. Oliver won high scores for the men. Other Socictj News the luncheon Ili*3t ITlGt«<*«»a M--- —— — - mer. Mrs. A. L. Petersrfri wOft score. Mrs. E.'J. Murtag J. O. Paxson were guests The Royal Neighbors are sponsoring a aanc* at the t. O. p. Jr. hall tonight, Roy,Johnson and his Four , Aces will play, For further ctilars Ree adv. elsewhere In this Issue of Advance. The Alpha pelphlans will meet next week'Wednesday afternoon /at 2-30 with Mrs. J. L. Bonar.;. Mrs. M T Streit will havo'charge of the program and will-.; review two one- rict plays. . ,. . Mrs. L M. Merrill will entertain her bridge club tonight at her home, Mrs. Al Falkenhalner JtMYS nei uruiKK uiun tutiie,*.!. ti« • •entertained I There are eight in the club. After the tftthie served. , ' The Virsi Lutheraft DWcne society meet at the Luther halt tomorrow. Hostesses are Mrs. Ole Allison and Mrs. George' Spott&bergv Presbyterian Women announce a chicken supper at the Legion hall for November 7. Baptist women will serve a dhlck- cn pie sup|>er to the public next week Saturday. Th'e Cresco Embroidery club will meet next week Wednesday with. Myrtle Brown... The W. R, C. will meet at the Legion hall next Tuesday evening at The W. F. M. S. will meet with 'Mrs. Frank Green rtext Week Thursday. WHO says new floors are expensive? Stella Slateni Is Married— Word has been received that Stella Matern, Wesley girl, who is ai narse at Ann Arbor, Mich., was recently married to R. W. Vogel, of the R W. Vogel Finance company, Ann Arbor. The couple was expected to arrive in Wesley this week Monday and in the evening a reception was to be held at the home oC Mrs. Vo gel's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ma tern. See the new LIINW8-LVJK here and learn about the "triple saving" Your friends will say, "How beautiful!—But doesn't it cost a lot?" You will know that the new Armstrong's Linoflor, in spite of its high-price appearance, is priced for thrifty pocketbooks! Come in and let us show you how to refloor with this modern floor and enjoy .three-way savings—low first cost, quick and easy installation, and no refinishing expense. We have a wide variety of patterns to r.h™<=<» from. Mrs. James Davidson; Paetz; 7, Mrs. James Club to Meet at > T ew School— The Woman's club will meet tomorrow at 2:30 in the Art room of the new school building Instead of j the library. Painters ave at work' in the library. The art exhibit, of 30 paintings will be shown. These are reproductions of paintings of contemporary artists. Miss Durant will give a 30 minute talk. The paintings will remain on display for two weeks, and are loaned to the Woman's club by the state university. Club members and others wishing to see the exhibit are asked to use the west entrance, where they will be shown the way to the art room. All are new Fall Patterns Lowest Prices FOSTER FURNITURE GO. Remvick Is Defeated 20-5— Friday Wesley's high school team defeated Renwick here, 20-5, thus obtaining revenge for a defeat a week ago. The second team played part of the game, and everybody got hits. Freelich and Wingert formed the battery. A good crowd turned out to witness the game. Has Impacted Tooth Removed— Mrs. A. E. Giddings had an impacted wisdom tooth removed at D olyclinic hospital, Des Moines, last veek Wednesday Impacted teeth are those which never came through, and they are imbedded in the jaw jone. It requires a trying operation to remove them. School Receives 50 Books— A new consignment of 50 books for the school has arrived from the state traveling library. Each consignment of books remains three months, and there is no expense except the payment of postage both ways. Other Wesley News. Doctor and Mrs. Bonnstetter attended the funeral of an uncle, Otto T,udwig, at West Bend Saturday I/lterury Society Enjoys IMay— The Plum Creek Literary society met with Mrs. Bert McCorkle last week Wednesday and assisting hostess was Mrs. Raymond McCorkle. The opening number of the program was the singing of America, after which a play, entitled Parliament of Servants, was given by eight members of the club. After the play refreshments were served;. The meeting scheduled for October 14 will be omitted because of the county federated clubs meeting Tuesday, and the club's next meeting will 'be October 28 with Jessie Altwegg. Lela Gardner is assisting hostess. Hurt Women to Study The Burt Woman's club held its opening meeting of the year-Monday evening at Mrs. J. W. Dorrance's. A 6 o'clock dinner was served at small tables decorated in the> club colors, gold and white. The main part of this year's work will consist of a study of Russia. Several meetings will also be devoted to Washington and Iowa history. There are 25 members in the club tllJs year. Mrs G. J. F. Vogel is president and Mrs, J. W. Dorrance is secretary. A num ANNOUNCEMENT I have bought out the H. W. Peterson garage northeast of the courthouse, next to the Advance, and will conduct a general auto repair and body shop, and also painting. Auto finishing will be done with Duco. I have been with the Kohlhaas Bros, garage for eight years, and am competent to handle any repair job. Your business will be greatly appreciated. m. C. DAU ALGONA, IOWA Attention! We are opening a new cottage grocery Saturday, October 10. We are handling cold meats and canned goods. Also Watkins products. Cottage Grocery i|8 8, Dodge, PtoQie UBS, JIABELLJ! EENTZ morning. Mr. Ludwig was 60 years of age. Father Dobberstein had charge of the funeral services. Another uncle, John Ludwig, brother of Otto, died at West Bend Septem- jer 1. The Herman Ostercamps and Vernon Benners, with the E. Goodnows, Algona, visited the Earl Goodnows at Mason City Sunday, thus observing the senior Mrs. Goodnow's birthday. The senior Goodnows went to make the acquaintance of a new grandson at Earl Goodnow's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Diekman and their two younger sons returned Sunday, following a visit with relatives at St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Hopkins, Minn., and Boyd, Iowa. The Wesley high school team plays Corwith there this week Tuesday, and Gol^field here next week Friday. The latter will be the last home game of the season. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Ash, Bluffton visited Friday with his sister, Mrs George Benner. They were on their way to Humboldt to see a cousin, Mrs". Belle Holler. Mrs. Jorgen Skow and Joseph will attend a meeting of the Mitchell association at Riceville. The meeting begins this week Tuesday, and continues two days. The seniors, us In number, enjoyed a, picnic at Eagle Lake state park last Thursday. They were accompanied by Supt. Swanson and Mr. Klooz. The Study club met last Thursday with Mrs. Amesbury. Mrs. E. R. Swanson had charge of the lesson, on chemistry in the home. Mrs. Frank Wolf, accompanied by Lucille Kunz, left Monday for Iowa City, where Mrs. Wolf will go through the hospital clinic. The Theron Hansen and Gordon C. Giddings families visited the Howard Hansons at Cleac Lake Sunday. The Charles Paviks, of Humboldt, visited Sunday with their son, William HenderspB. Mr. and Wra. Fred Ringsdc-rf, ber of the club ladies attended the County Federation meeting at Algona Tuesday. Children Honor Birthday— Mrs. E. J. Skinner observed a birthday anniversary Thursday and in honor of the event her children LAST DAY CORNER GROCERY AND MARKET FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS Oats, large pkg. 15 Spaghetti, fancy prepared, per can 8 Catsup, 2 bottles -25 Potatoes, per pkg. 15e Comb Honey —8c Pig Bars, 2 Ibs. — 85c Ginger Snaps, 2 Ibs 25c Soap Flakes, larg. pkg. — 25c Halibut, Pike, Pickerel CHICKENS PORK TOP PRICE FOR VEAL BEEP Complete line of Fresh Vegetables and H,R, SORENSEN & CO, ON EARTH October 9th to 17th will be the last day« for Neville's Shoe Store at the old stan October 20th we move to our new location across the street, first door east of' Goeders store. We are eolnir to have a general clean-up sale before we more. This yfll be a real sale where costi wliolesale pSis forgotten. It will be simply a matter of selling $6,000.00 to $8,000.00 worth of mer disc in eight days. We are going to make prices that will do it. You will find bargains sveh as you never saw before.! wiU come for miles to this sale, and it will pay them well to do so. It is a clean sweep, a final clean-up before we move. You get your pick out of $18,000.00 worth of] seasonable shoes, slippers, overshoes, hosiery, underwear, shirts, pants, overcoats, leather coats, sheep!' «oats, lumber jacks, and all kinds of furnishings. Everything in the store marked down. This great sale will start Friday morning, Oct. 9th at nine o'clock continuing until Saturday night, Oct. 17th IT WILL BE EIGHT DAYS OF fiENUINE BABGAINS Men's Semi Dress Sox 6c Men's Work Shirts large and roomy 5Oc Boys' Overalls Sizes 5 to 16 49c Boys' Blue Q bray Shirts Slippers 'This group contains all our newest fashions for Fall in .all colors and patterns right up to the minute, and every one a hot shot., Most shoe stores get $5.00 and $6.00 for these slippers, but here th*ey .go during our spree at— $2.98 Lace Boots Men's genuine Hardy Hide 16-inch Boot .A wonderful boot for wear. Any size at $3.45 Men's genuine front quarter ; freeze-proof horsehide coats. Guaranteed to stay soft and pliable. Neville's sale price— $6.95 Men's overcoats, regular $18.00 values. All sizes and colors. These coats are new and right up-to-the-minute in style, your choice $9.98 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Men's full pelt sheep coats. Sheepskin -to the edge. This same quality coat sold last year for $7.50. Now you can get them at Neville's for $4.95 Men's three-quarter length Teamster navy blue overcoats. Leather trimmed sleeves, elbows, and pockets. A wonderful coat for either walking or riding $4.95 Dress Shoes Here is the best buy in mei OXFORDS that was ever wrapped up t a shoe box. Freeman's hm ous Five, Peters New Fto Diamond Special, andthe lantic Five in black fan clatter heels and plain and calfskin for the cons .ative dresser. You save $l,f now. Sale price— $3.95 2-BUCKLE RUBBEB8 Heavy Mudster Rubber,• regular $2.00 Get yours at this price$1.45 Look at These Neville Specials 10-ounce cotton 1 Cf* flannel gloves, 2 pair I Ww Men's 25c fancy *( Hf* sox —I ._ Pair I UC i Men's Domet flannel shirts Each Boys' coveralls, size 6 to 14 Each Children's novelty sweaters, size 6 tp 12 Women's rayon dress hose Pair Men's 75c silk ties Now Women's fine lisle hose , Pair Children's school i hose, all sizes Pair Women's and girls' $4 QO sport oxfords- Pair I awO Women's slide fasten-QQ-^ er overshoes, all sizes wO V Men's cotton flannel gloves Pair Men's 50c silk BOX-.-—. Pair Boys' suede'cloth" ^4 Congo coats, each 9 I • Men's $1.50 dress (ME A shirts _ — Each 99 V Men's new up-to- the - minute dress oxfords. Our regular $3;50 values— $2.50 Men's genuine kangaroo arch support shoes. Reg. $5 values. Your choice— $3.75 Keds, heavy soled basketball shoes, all sizes, worth $.1.50, your choice— 69c Men's and boys' work shoes, solid leather. Diamond brand—• $1.59 FREE FREE FREE FREE—To the first 50 women that enter the store Friday morning when the doors open at 9 o'clock each one will receive a beautiful present absolutely free. No strings of any kind on this offer. About 400 pair of CHILDREN'S SHOES and oxfords in pat~ ent, buckskin, and black calf. All sizes and styles, your choice— 98c 19c 100 dozen pure silk full - fashioned WOMEN'S HOSE Regular $1.25 values, all the new Fall colors. Your choice now—-a pair 69c Over 500 pairs of women's PRESS SLIPPERS All new patterns and styles. These slippers are regular $3,50 to $3.95 values—now $2.48 Men's Banner ers Diamond brand WOBK SHOES Solid leather, lie tan, barnyard up pers— $1.98 Lookfat Thes| Neville Spec Ladies $2.50 com- * 4 ( fort slippers, now*'" Women's pure thread II silk hose, S5c, or 3 pairfj Boys' fast color dress I shirts, broadcloth, at« Men's buckskin , fancy shirts, each* Men's heavy rib union suits, $1-50 value !| MenV. 4-buckle red sole over- jj shoes Pair** Women's 4-buckle all: overshoes. Cl Pair,--- Men's" 4 and 5-budd?1 tie King" overshoes — F Boys' Nangatex Jj '^beep-lined coats-*' Women's fancy . dress slippers --** Men's semi-dress •( puts, $4 values-' Men's Tower Pi* J brand slickers —Men's heavy wool ** v , - 2 naiiS' mi* BOX ——* v • Come prepared to buy shoes and clothes for yourself and the family. You will $et »<>od •*»•{£• andise. You will save money, for it will be a long time befwe an opportiiiHy« «* kl » d begins v«» »«. v v*w»u«uj sale, • This is $ gaie 10 g< 9, and ends Saturday nifrhfc October tftfc of ft lot of foods WM MM AJgonn, Iowa

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