Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1932
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sses *•§ i i * >v j >j- tsf r ' ttfe haVe ** brand spanking ne^ silk dresses hanging "-' •• •* Musfe*i all *n# rtewest coldra and styles, ruffled IB, two*plece models in all the i and trims. We are selling them k . g em Neville atyle o« a mighty Small margin of profit. All Lert from 14 to, 48, dome in and get tfQ Q/T ydura n6W, cfcotee — ................... «P^.«7d * U9t got another 106 of oUf special 6-plece rufHed curtain sfta. ''in blue, rose, gold, green, and purple trims, with rayon •vfcfait-- to match. they Wat, per set shipment ot »1.00 pure silk full-fashioned hose — — --------- - ----- — .................. 6»c Me n's Moleskin Pahts, good ones ............... $1.35 <teofff> glrtoVttM^** men ' 8 genuine U. S. Naugatex Ralneoatil, blue, green^ tan, black and red, choice at 11.69 lien's and big boys' Glen Eagle all-wool pull-over Sweaters, all sizes fore have a store tall of bargains and it will pay you to get Into (the habit of trading at Neville's Toggery (IN JIMMY'S OLD STAND) ' S u >•_"•: . GROCERY Week end; Specials SOAP— Palm Olive, 4 cakes .„ CRACKERS-^"- ; Oyster, 1 0f* 2 Ibs. _____ — _ I wU HONEY— New, 2 cakes __ 23c "Virginia Sweet Pancake and Jug of syrup CRACKERS— Graham, *f OM 2 Its. I 9C LARD— Wahkosma, 5 Ibs. 45c GINGER SNAPS— 2 Ibs. for—________ 19c No. 10 size Peaches or Apricots, each—_: 48c Long's Food Shop THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR MEATS If you are paying more than 11 and 14c a dozen for eggs you are-pacing too much. The egg house only pays us 8 and 11 cents per dozen. Phone on step-in to our store and pick up some real bargainl| 3 pounds Liver ____; . : 25c Pork Roast, per Ib. 12c Urd, 3 Ib. pkg. 25c Mixed Nuts, per Ib. 15c Almonds, per Ib. 15c Filberts, per Ib. __„ 15c 10 bars Laundry Soap ;_ 29c 10 Ibs. Soap Chips $1.10 WE KEEP BROWN'S CREAM, IT WHIPS HIGHEST PRICE FOR EGGS LONGS 5 DELIVERIES 2 PHONES Spring Will Soon Be Here and our stock is very complete, so we are ready to take care of your Hardware wants. Ranges, W&htn/ Machines, Mail Boxes, Grinders, .11 S 1 Anvil s. Cotemari Lamps, Lanterns, Tools of a » kinds, Pai n tg and Varnishes; in fact almost any- f. ^ you ra& y ^|nk of, in the hardware line, you will "nd in our stock./ ',,.'- ' Get Our Prices—We C«u Save You Some Money. NELSON HARDWARE PHONE 274 ALGdNA.IOWA K088UTH COtJMY ADVANCE. ALGONA. 16WA LU VERNE AID PLANS PARTY NEXT-WEEK Lu Verne, Feb. 16—The Presbyter- Ian Aid will give a colonial party at the Community hall next' week Wednesday afternoon and evening to which everybody In town and country Is invited. The party will consist of an exhibit of quilts, antiques, baked goods, etc. Prizes nated by local merchants will do- be given. Supper will be served, followed by a program and a spelling bee, after which the prize baked goods will be sold at auction. The following prizes will be given: Best quilt, year's subscription to Lu Verne News, given by 'Editor Coleman; applique quilt, $1 merchandise, Woito drug store J best wedding ring quilt, $1 merchandise, by Llchty & Ross; silk or velvet qulltl $1 merchandise, Chapman hardware; embroidered quilt, $1 box of candy. Model,Cafe; baby quilt, $1 merchandise, City ..Cafe; machine- stitched quilt, $1 merchandise, Benedict's; quilt containing the most pieces, $1 repair work, W. P. Godfrey;' quilt pieced by, oldest . living woman, $1 merchandise, Wchty hardware; oldest quilt, $1 hair tonic, Godfrey barber shop; oddest quilt, $1 oil, Gardner's garage; quilt from farthest distance, 5 gals, gas, Ramus service station; best hooked rug, $1 sack bran, Sanford & Lindebak; best crocheted rug, 3 gal. Shell cleaner, Peerless Oil Co. Antiques—oldest article, $2 coal, Thompson Yards; woven coverlet, $2 coal, Kunz Grain Co.; old homespun article; " ' " bank. Baked Seneca Hopes for 3rd Toil rname til Victoy Seneca, Feb. 16—Last week Tuesday night Seneca won two basketball victories at the expense of Halfa, the local girls taking a lop-sided game, 57-10, and the boys pulling out victory over a large aggregation, 27-24, and showing a big Improvement over previous performances. Both teams were to have played at Lone Rock Friday night, but because of flu there the games were called off. Developments during the week threw a little light on doping out the coming county tournaments, though anything may happen. Algona lost to Swea'City, after the reverse result earlier In the season. On paper, It looks as If Swea City might defeat Algona In Class A county finals; but Algona has been having the flu, which may have weakened the team. In Class B Ledyard or Titonka looks best, with 'three other teams given an outside chance. At this stage Lu Verne begins to loom as a dark horse, the result of a decisive defeat of Whlttemore. At a girls' county, .tournament at Ledyard'this week Friday and Saturday the pairings will :be: Westey vs. Fentoff, 2:30 'Friday; Ledyard vs. Whlttemore, 3:30; L<r-Verne vs. Lone Rock, 7;3D; and Bancroft vs! Seneca, 8: Semi-finals"'will be Played at 2:30 and 3:30 Saturday, and finals that night at 8." •. Seneca has won this tournament two years In succession, but another victory cannot be certainly predicted. The flu may upset all dope; at least four schbols have had it. Wesley and Bancroft are optimistic, «, , „ ^ ,,i . - , and Whlttemore, though beaten $1 cash, Humboldt branch | twice by Ottosen, has a real outfit Though Seneca Is still unbeaten, that does not necessarily mean anything. Bancroft has not been beaten, except by Seneca. The state sectional' for girls will probably be held at Ringsted, with the following eight teams compel-' Ing: Armstrong, Bancroft, Dolliver, Graettinger, Ledyard, Lone Rock, Ringsted, and Seneca. . For the state sectional for boys at Algona Seneca is unlucky in being paired with Ledyard. goods—best loaf white bread,. $1 merchandise, Tiede & Schneider; best loaf nut bread, $1 merchandise, Patterson electrical shop; best dozen light rolls, $1 cash, H. Phillips, postmaster;, best pound dairy butter, 50c merchandise, Johnson meat market; angel food cake, $1 merchandise, Smith Produce company; Devil's food cake, $1 cash, Ben T. Williams; white nut cake with boiled icing, $1 cash, Moecling garage; dozen fried cakes, 50c merchandise, Lichty & Ross; dozen light cookies, 50c cash, Imogene Sanders; dozen fruit cookies, 50c cash, Imogene Sanders; dozen filled cookies, 50c, Dimler barber shop; candy (girl under 18), fudge, 50c cash, Dr. R. L. Corbin; divinity, 50c cash, Doctor Corbin. An e'nti-y fee of lOc will be charged for any number of articles. All should be entered by 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, February 24. Muriel Body, H. D. A., is expected as judge. An admission fee of 25c will be charged, which will Include upper and entertainment. hnlveraary Party Is Given— The Tuesday club's annual annl- ersary party was held last week uesday at the city hall, and there as a good-sized attendance of members and their families. After two-course lunch served at 7 'clock a program was given: roll all, quotations from Washington; ance, Josephine Holdcroft; reading, Irs. Opal Morrison: minuet, Jack nd Josephine Holdcroft. The table ecorations were in Washington ef- ect, cherries, hatchets, and Martha A r ashington dolls predominating, he rest of the evening was spent at ames. 'regressive Club Entertained— Mrs. A. L. Spooner was hostess to lie Progressive club Friday after- oon. A paper on the Charm of New Orleans was read by Mrs. George lanselman. This had been prepar- d for a previous meeting. Roll call •as answered with facts in connec- ion with a president's wife. Mrs. F. Chapman gave a talk on Lincoln, Failure. The Perfect Tribute was ead by Mrs. Rae Stone, and Mrs. Prnest Wolto read' a paper on the lomes of George Washington. .The text meeting will be 'held at ' Mrs, tone's instead of Mrs. E. Woito's. Goetsch Sliver Wedding Observed- Mr, and Mrs. George Goetsch were surprised Friday night, when friends arrived for the evening to help them celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goetsch, Frank Bailey and his children, Francis, Dona Jean, and Hadley, Mrs. Kate Newel, and Agnes Qoetsch, all x of Fenton; Mrs. Anna Osborn, sons Earl and Clarence; and the William Osborns. The guests took lunch, which was served late in the evening. A hand- painted picture and a beautiful table cloth were " presented to the Goetsches. Jolmnnasons Wedded 40 Years- Mr, and Mrs. Ole Johannason were surprised Sunday, when all their children, with the families, arrived for the day: the Harry Valdlcks, of Ringsted; the Hans Presthus family, Bancroft; the Henry Loofts and the Martin Wllbergs, Seneca; and the John Johannasons, Bancroft. Each family took a basket for dinner. The occasion was the 40th anniversary of the marriage of tho Johannasons. Arm«trong Hog Breeder Sick- Mrs. Anna Osborne accompanied her daughter, Mrs. William Brown, and Mrs. C. J. Houseman, Armstrong, to Fairmont a few days ago to see Mr. Houseman, in a hospital there with Infection In a foot caused by poisoning following tonwllltl* Mr: .Houseman has Had two> operations on his foot, but Is stlilViir bad condition.. Mr.'Houseman Is a well- known purebred hog breeder. Farewell for the Silas Knatgen*— The Silas Knutsens were honor guests at luncheon In the local church basement Sunday evening, following a Luther League meeting. They are moving March 1 to a farm near Ellsworth. Severalpeople s'uf- .fered from the effects of gas in the basement. Some fainted because of it and other from excitement. Other Seneca News. Mrs. George Goetsch spent Friday afternoon- with Mrs. Refine Rossman, and Mr. Goetsch came for supper in honor of the 25th Goetsch Wedding anniversary. Mrs. William Osborn spent last week Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. George Goetsch, and they partly tied a quilt for Mrs. Goetsch. Mrs. Jos. Madden entertained the Willing Workers Saturday afternoon at her home in -honor of her daughter Joan's birthday. .Pauline / Osborn helped Mrs. Melvin Norland with housework last week. The new baby has been named Mary Lou. T^ddy, son of Mr', and Mrs. J. H. Jensen, has been a flu patient since last Thursday. Henry Looft has a new Ford. GLASS Replacement Service , . . our brok «» floor m& wipdsbieW glass replaced you wait, ' for- Model A JOEGENBERG you one of the Advance'! 3.000 iusketbull Games Split— The local basketball teams spill i dovibleheader at Whlttemore Friday night, the girls losing 39-10 t the boys winning, 24-14. The boys play n a "Little Tournament" at Goldfield this weelc-end, and the' girls )lay Lone Rock in a county tournament at Ledyard Friday night at :30. ' , MrH. J. V. Hoblnson Sick- Mrs. Harry Lichty and her sister Mrs. Perkins, of Corwith, were called to Noth Platte, Neb., last Thursday by news of the seripus illness of their mother, Mrs. J. V. Robinson Word Monday reported Mrs. Robinson still in critical condition. William Hlilner Is Dead— The George Frantzes and Henry Kublys attended the funeral of cousin, William Rhiner, 55, at Hardy Monday. Mr. Rhiner's home was at Eagle Grove, but he had lived at Hardy most of his life. Good Will Hubbies Guests- Members of the Good Will •club entertained husbands at an oystei supper at the Community hall las Thursday evening, The rest Of the evening was spent at 500, There was a large attendance, B. B. Girls Defeat Wesley— The local high schol basketbal girls were victorious in a game with the Wesley girls at Wesley las week Tuesday night, 80-15. Sou lor Brjun Oslesbys— 'Friends here received word o the birth of a son February 5 to th' Bryan Oglesbys, Mason City. Wrist Broken In Fall- Otto Sunkofske broke his lef wrist last week Wednesday, when he slipped pn ice. Other Lw Vwriw Jfews. The Just-for-Fun cjub met Satur day night at the country home o Mr. and Mrs. Tgilliam Zentner, an< rook was played »t four tables, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Legler/winning th high score, Cecil Williams and Elmer Qreen, low. Mr. and Wrs. WlWams and Lloyd Zentner attended the f Friday of Mrs. Dawaon, wife p|_ Fort podge doctor. Mrs- died in CaWwrnla. Mrs. George BANCROFT IS LOSER IN LAST GAME OF YEAR Bancroft, Feb. 16—St. John's bas- :etball team lost to Titonka on the ocal floor Thursday evening 23-9. The score at the half was 7-2 in Tl- onka's favor. . St. John's seconds efeated Titonka seconds 15-9, and iad the lead all through the game: 'his was the last game of the seas- n. The game with Algona was can- elled because of sickness in Algona, nd^the school was closed Friday for he day. Irs. Martin Sunftner Dies— Funeral'services for Mrs. Martin anftner, 64, were held at St. John's Catholic church last Thursday morning at 9:30. Burial was made St. John's cemetery. Mrs. Sanft- ner's maiden name was Barbara Rapp, and she was born in Munch- of, Austria, in 1868. Mrs. Sanftner suffered for several years with diabetes, but had been up and around he-house till a week before her death. The Sanftners live nlles south of Swea City. three. Last Curd Party is Held— The last of a series of card parties and dances was held at the C. O. F. hall last week Monday, In,500 VIrs. Matt Kramer and Al Rahe won, and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs and F. J. Welp won at bridge. The . card winners for the season were Mrs. P. J. Schtltz and F. J. Welp in bridge, and Mrs, Frank Ellison and Charles Lappe in 500. Kelley's Kellodians, of Brltt, furnished the music. Girl Born to Delterlngs— The Albert Delterlngs are parents of a girl born Saturday, named Darlene Dorothy, The Deiterlngs have one other child, a son, Mrs. Deiterlng will be remembered Agnes Kpllasch. Mr, Deltering is Junior partner in • the Bettering Chevrolet garage. F. B, Meeting Is Held— The regular monthly F. B. meet- Ing of Greenwood and Ramsey townships was held at the public school here last week Tuesday. M. J, Johnson, of Eagle township, reported on the state convention recently held at Dee lloines. Root Fire Is Put Out— The P. J. Schiltz house caught fire Sunday afternoon, and a hole was burned in the roof. The. fire was noticed by IJmmet Pevlne and Kenneth McGuire who passed, and the alarm was given. Welp Hatchery to Open-* Welp's Hatchery will open this week with a capacity of 96,000 eggs. 4 new Smith, incubator has been installed since the hatchery close4 last season, capacity 52,000, and at a cost Qt $7,000. Petep Bereus is Eighty-*; The F. J, Welp and J. H. Menke famines were Sunday guests at t»eter Serene's IP honor of Mr. per- en> SOth birthday. Mrs. Welp and Mrs. Menke are daughter of the Berens, them and visited her parents, tho O'Briens. Mr. Thatcher owns the Fred's Inn here. Robert Quinn returned to St. Paul Monday after two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Bridget Quinn. Robert attends the St. Paul Seminary. Thomas Gjardy took Robert and John Cullen to Mankato Monday. Mr. Cullen is also a student of the seminary. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Droesslor and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kadow and son Valentine, .of Sebeke, Minn., returned Monday from i>es Molnes where they visited Valentine Droessler. Valentine is a brother of Edward and Mrs. Kadow. Glenn Cowing and Joe Sand- schulte spent Sunday at Leo Whalen's in Mason City. Mr. Sand- schulte is manager of the men's wear department at Kennedy's, and Glen is employed in the grocery department, The Max and William Dudding families, L. J. Mousel family, Mr. and'Mrs. Joe Fox, Mrs. George Dudding and William Dudding, of Greenfield, Ind., were Sunday guests at Lou Dudding's. <• Mr. and Mrs.- A. W. Kennedy returned last Thursday from Minneapolis, where they spent the week buying for the store, Mrs. Kennedy is manager of Kennedy Bros. Ed Hulterstrum, of Baraboo, Wls., is visiting here this week. The Huland the Farmers' elevator. William Dudding came Friday from Greenfield, Ind., to visit his aunt, Mrs. George Dudding, who makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Joe Fox. Jesse Stebritz, of Lone Rock, spent the week-end here with her friend, Evelyn Behrman, who teaches in the Lorie Rock schools. E, J. Schemmel was in Algona on business Friday. Mr. Schemmel is employed in the Mayer & Guide implement shop. Allie Meyers and Raymond Kollasch left Friday for Menasha, Wls., to visit Mr. Meyer's sister, Leone Kellar, who teaches near Armstrong, spent the week-end with her parents, the Jake Kellars.. Bancroft will hold a market day sale conducted'by Leo M. Saunders and Louis Dudding, Peter Wilhelmi left Saturday for Chicago, where he went with' a carload of steers. Mrs. Amos Bergman has been ill at her home the last few weeks. terstrums formerly lived here Mr. Hulterstrum managed Titonka Pr, «, C. Ball and Jay, drove to Algona Saturday Budlong- evening to attend a Masonic Washington bl-centennjal 'program, Raymond Krantz went to Chicago on, a stock train Saturday night and was" to return this week Wednesday. Anna Bryns, Buffalo Center, formerly T'tonka, was calling on friends here Sunday afternoon. John, Arthur, and Otto Falk were business callerg at Algona a couple of days )ast week. The Dr. R. C. BaWs drove ,,to Sunday afternoon to* call on friends. Estelle Bonacker, graduate nurse is now at Evert Post's. Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fangman, of Alta, spent Smwjay aj Finnic They were married re- CENTRAL PETROLEUM Ca PVEJLAND, OHIO Highest Congratulations over the toUphon* from out of town—how glad you arc to g«t them) Friends anywhtr* will appreciate a oallf rom you, too—when- •vtr you hava occasion to with them wall. USE LONG DISTANCE The Cost it Low Wherww You Go You can talk throo minutei during th* day (batwoan 4:3O a. m. and , 7».m) oyor.a dirianc* of 4o L air l . * lint inl\n for' isYitn'ti; 7O airline miles for 3O eentl; and IO6 airline v miles for 60 cents 1 ";-.',.. when you . •sic for anyone available at the telephone called. Charges are lesa per mile as the distance increases. • NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY e«Ri can from public t«*phon*i . . . ioc«l eillt-for • nieUi. Look forth* Blu* B*ll in drug ttorci and. oth«r storM, filling . itationi, dapotf, hdtali and other public placai. •laginaar^gri.^r^dafc •• --:—--iaaRpiaW=vv -, -, • ; -M BBB^===- =5^^ l.^^Hff™^''"' |T " : iY^Tr^n? ftf^^^*!^~-=^ BMaHeaTT g ^ = 'T l ''. 1 if•••*===• • •-•••« Graham's February House ware Sale BEGINS Tomorrow An Annual Event Of Great Importance To Home Workers Read About The Savings 32 Piece Dinner Sets Choice selection of patterns. Service for six $3.49 Good quality semi-porcelain in artistic patterns, *with pleasing floral decorations. The 32-i>iece set includes 6 cups and saucers, 6 dinner plates, 6 fruit dishes, one nappie, one 8-in. dish. Square, and Wells shape, plain and floral __!__. $4.95 SPECIAL GREEN MOTTLED ENAMELWARE 6 qt. Tea Kettle 8-qt. Tea Kettle 10-qt. Dish Pan " Choice each__. 47c Jap Rugs 18x36 ____22c Large Dust Mops —69c Jap Rugs 24x48 25c Tumblers :___3c Lamps, complete —98c Lamp Founts __ 49c FEATURED ON TABLES AT 19C Glass goblets, .champaign- Sundaes, Tooled Tumblers, Measuring Cups, Spice Jars, Fry Pans, etc. ALUMINUM / \ Choice of the most needed items. 25C SPECIAL TABLE 9c Salad plates, fruit dishes, odd cups, odd plates, beater bowls, custaard cups. ALUMINUM Featured each at 49c 1% qt. Double Boilers, 1% qt. "Percolators, 3-qt. Sauce Pans, 4-qt. Convex Kettles, lO-'qt. Dish Pans. Convex Kettles, Sauce Pahs, Pudding Pans, Biscuit Pans, and Muffin Pans. 8 • QUART COOKER $1.00 Aluminum clamp seal cookers 'with vegetable,, tray and heat plate. Featured Special Alumnium. 2-qt. Percolators, Strainer Pan, 3-qt. Sauce Pan, 10-qt, Oval Dish Pan, 3-qt. French Pryer, each _—__— 47c New Clover Enamelware Blue mottled 5-qt. Pudding Pan, 3- qt. Sauce Pan, 12-in, Browning Pan, No. 30 Wash Basin, each ;—^___ 21 c SPECIAL TABLE 49c Handled sauce pans, water pails, preserve kettles, • oval and round x lish pans. size for Heavyweight Felt Base Glossy Finish Attractive floral, tile and all over persian designs, New Rotarus Rugs, 6x9 size __„_____„____,.,.,- f_.8» Window Shades, 6 ft, -J9c Galvanized Pails, 12 qt. 85$ Window Shades, 7 ft. _5«c Galvanized Tubs, No, 2 69e I .""""• OilCloth Creations Of remarkable 'beauty & quality 48-in. wide Charm Prints have set the styling of decorative oil cloths —smart patterns await your Inspection and approval. SPECIAL TABLE 79C Water palls, alarm clocks, drlpolators, mixing bowls, garbage and sprinkling cans. HOUSE BEOOMS 29c Securely sewed, wire houij* neck, eelect Shelf Oil Cloth, yd. T J Oil Cloth Squares -,, Colored Alarm Clock O'Cedar Polish 12 oz O'Cedar Mops, tr}? angle _„___,.,_„, Pioneer Ironing Boards ,.„,-..,,, Curved End Curtain Rods lOc Cream Pails, 14 qt. _„ Clothes Lines, 50 ft. —--$ Galv. Scrub Tubs -— Boilers, Copper Bottom, f J»I8 Copper Wash PoiJerf ', SPECIAL FELT BASH 10C in, ifon Slop ELECTRIC CLOCKS

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