Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1932 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 24, 1932
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FRESH EGGS 2 MORRELL'3 PRIDE SHORT SHANK Picnics DOZ. Ovaltine SWIFT'S (ovenlzed) PREMIUM Sliced Bacon . . . . • • PKQ. 10 C 43 C LB 23 C 19 C Candy Jelly Eggs Palmollve Soap 3 Ivory Snow . . . PKQ - 12 C Head Lettuce, solid, 2 for 17c Celery, large bunch • . 17c Oranges, Ige. seedless, doz. 42c fryfiofcarcoffee fora vigor- Ma/ winay flavor. You will /oy its fragrant aroma. 29 fb thra« coffees, each having a distinctive flavor, vye cannot fail to suit your taste. All are equal in quality—different in flavor—blended by A& P from the finest coffee beans the world produces. Remember, the coffee you file* best is the best-for you no matter what it costs. EIGHT O'CLOCK eofin, MIU> AND MEIIOW lb.191 RED CIRCLE co»m, RICH AND FUU-SODIED Ib. THf GREAT ATtANflC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY Mlddln VYiitorn DMtien PUBLIC SALE TO BE HELD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30 V One and one-quarter miles south of Wesley and a quarter of a mile east. Will sell all Livestock and Farm Machinery It is a closing-out sale Mrs. Minnie Bane H. Brummond and Lou Matern, Auct, Rite-Way Grocery Am taking over the entire building and have been too busy to ma(ce up an advertisement, so watch our windows for Saturday Specials. C'ATHBIN M. GBEEN PIJO^E 246 ..'.-.. WB DBWVEJR Paul Tranter Is Married— Algonlans will be Interested to learn of Paul Trauger's marriage Saturday to Lyndal Glenn, Fort Dodge. Following Is a clipping from Monday's Messenger: Mr. and Mrs. Archie P. Glenn announce the marriage of their daughter, Lyndal, to Paul Chandler Trauger, son of Mr. and Mrs..T. A. Trauger, of Ames. The ceremony took place on Saturday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at the President hotel in Waterloo. The Rev. J. J. Morgan, of the First Congregational church, officiated at the ceremony. Immediately following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served In the private dining .room at the hotel. The parents of the young people comprised the bridal party. Mrs. Trauger is a graduate of the Fort Dodge high school of the class of ,1926, and attended the junior college here, before going to Ames, where she completed her college course at Iowa State. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sor % - ority, and was graduated in 1930.' Since that time she has been teaching school at Auburn. Mr. Trauger is also a graduate from the Iowa State college, where he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. He is now employed Ih Waterloo by the Proctor and Gamble company. Mr. and Mrs. Trauger will make their home in that city after June. Mrs. Trauger will continue her teaching in Auburn until the end of the school year. in Verne Club Consolidated— The Lu Verne Loyal Workers met with their leader at Doris Genrich's Monday. March 14, and roll call on favorite books was answered by 14 members. The purpose -of this meeting was consolidation of the club for this year. Membership cards were signed and given to the leader. The club has.decided to subscribe for a Farm Bureau membership as a whole. A" pie social'and program to raise club funds will be given April 15. A program committee was appointed: Cordelia Rlstau, Cora Masterson, Bertha Bowman. Pictures in this year's picture memory contest were ordered. Cora Masterson gave a demonstration on the color wheel. Two reporters were appointed by the leader for different papers: Cordelia Ristau and Cora Masterson. Six mothers attended the meeting. The next meeting is to be held at Benona, Eileen, and Ruth Neat's. After the club's regular meeting Mrs. Earl Neal presented the project, Art in Color and Design. Cliolr to Give Cantata— A cantata, "The Seven Last Words of Christ," by Dubois, will be given at 7:30 Good Friday evening by the Congregational Qhoir. This is-one of the most dramatic, beautiful, and vivid cantatas ever written. The choir, directed by Mrs. F. J. Clark •ill present it, and the public is in- ited' to attend. Soloists will 'be Mrs. .ee, Mrs. Herbst, Irene Moore, D. '. Smith. The cantata begins with prologue: "All ye people who ravel upon the highway"; solo, Miss loore and chorus. It passes on hrough each of the "words" of Jees on the cross. The mob scene is n exceedingly vivid and moving ppeal set in strong color, and with ramatic effect. Near the close is , tremendous "earthquake" scene, ollowed by a closing appeal of uietness, peace, and spiritual jeauty. olnt Council Held Tuesday— A joint Odd Fellow-Rebekah coun- y council was held at the I. O. O. F. hall here Tuesday night, and there were more than 100 persons in at- endance. The program preceding he address of the evening by S. D. Whiting, of Iowa City, grand maser, consisted of booster singing, the •eading of the Booster Tattler by Mrs. G. C. Barton, readings by Shirey Ellsworth and, Maxine Moore, nd vocal selections by Larry Pool. After the program refreshments vere served and the rest of the venlng was spent at dancing. C. E. Heise, oldest Odd Fellow in both county and in the state in point of jontinued membership, attended the meeting. Mr. Helse has been an Odd Fellow 60 years. ST, CECELIA BOYS,URLS IN INTER-CLASS TOURNEY The first found in an Inter-class boys' basketball tourHahienf tfas played a week\!ago Friday at St. Cecelia's acadetni s . In the first game the juniors played the freshmen and won, 28-11. Then the seniors won from the sophomores, 17-11. In a final round last week Tuesday afternoon the seniors won from the juniors. 22-19. In a girls' tournament-a team of sophomores and juniors played the seniors and freshmen last week Tuesday evening, and the seniors aind freshmen won, 18-14. Invited. There will be special music and discussions, with talks by Mrs. Ruth Whyte, Goldfield, state recording secretary of'the W. C. T. U. nrtilge Club Entertains Husbands— Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronin entertained the latter's bridge club and the husbands last Thursday night. A two-course dinner was served to 18 persons at one table decorated in keeping with St. Patrick's day.- The after dinner hours were spent at bridge, Mrs. A. W.'-Amtinsen -and James Watte winning the- high scores, and Mr. Amunsen a travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Amunsen were guests of the club. WnTtt . 'A.. LET OtTR TELEPHONE BE your clothei line. — Klrsch Laundry, phone 26?. 16U2<M WANTBD—WOHK ON FARM; experienced, single, middle aged.— Phono 478. 1<>P28 FOR RENT—WEST PART OF Mi J. Noting apartment! modern. —• Call 316-J. • HP 28 FOR RENT — SLEEPING ROOM and garage, $2.50 week. — Jesse Riddle, 103 Kennedy. .12p2S FOR RENT OR SALE — 6-ROOM modern bungalow; 'double garage. —Call J. T. Bohan'non. Ilp28 Uj., i ^^^..^ ^- ., 4 fled, no noxious wM^J*?^-? onftble, So*A wlth> smAtt * will yield thr<Se t«'-~ aere after grain Is "*~ k> l*l» f\t OU» UP"* •*-*"".'_ ) | ~ ~ i - - — "AMBASSADOR", A WELL knowH men's ofcford, genuine Calfskin, Goodyear welt, combination last and the latest styles. You get them At NevHle's Shoe Store for,$2.79 a palr^ You save $1.21 on each pair when f v^^^S^ssssess^j^^^e^ifs^ui.a. sG^r«D||f|§f;»» ' |I.^^^AbW«irAci7jd,Ha.4*l fi feet insisecUdh, jWrltA'tart club dtecouhf*. Wl*W pf North l»kdl& j8Tlrtte.AJfAlte A*m., Fargo, N.». }W i to , motor with interest, or mortgage tnlselon to* salesmen \' yanfiemehts and full , M ,^ te6h mdnth. Must haveT,'" ellt ,011 A Paint Co., C t S ^ land, Ohio. p ' Sal( M FOR. SALE — MODEL AA FORD truck, '29; Al condition. — A. L. White, Sinclair Station. 13p28 J FOR RENT^-DOWNSTAIRS apartment; partly modern; outside entrance.—Phone 660-W. 9. 10U28 Club En.loys Musical Program— The Woman's club met for luncheon and a musical program at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's Tuesday noon, each member inviting - as many guests as she wished. There were 60 women in attendance. At one o'clock a two-course luncheon was''served at one large and several- email . tables. The program was in charge of Mrs. F. J. Clark, vocalist, and Celeste Campbell, accompanist. Hngrh Hermans 40 Years:Wed— Mrs. Geo. P. Et'vldge,' Perry, ' accompanied her father, Hugh Herman, to Algoiia Tuesday for a visit till; Sunday, when .Doctor Elyldge, will come for.the day. .Mrs. Elyidge's parents reached their 40th " 'wedding anniversary'Tuesday, and the occasion was celebrated last night. Mrs. Elvidge is their ' only child. Hugh had been at Perry to visit the Elvidges. Birthday Surprise Its Olren— Mrs. I. G. Dewel observed her 75th birthday anniversary Tuesday, and in honor of tho. occasion, her daughter, Mrs. K A. Thorpe's birthday club surprised her by dropping, in for a covered-ijTish luncheon and an afternoon at bridge. Mrs. D. T>. Paxson won the high score. There were ten guests. FOR RENT —'MODERN 3-ROOM apartment;- light and heat.—Mrs. R. L. Padgett, phone ,218. 13u28 FOR SALE—HORSES, ANY KIND; also yearling Hereford bull.—Robert L.QRB.i. opposite airport'. S|L 13u28 WHITE BLOSSOM SWEET Clover seed for sale; also medium red seed.—W. H. Grover, Burt. 14p26-28 CHANGE NOW! 100% PU'RE Pennsylvania Oil—Light-Med., lie tjt.—5 gal. lots. Gamble Stores. 15-28 MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT AT only $25 a month. Garage. Full extra lot for garden.—W. C. Dewel. 22gtf FOR RENT—A FIFTEEN' ACRE •tract of land with improvements, close In.—See Murtagh,Brothers. '.* 15u28 FOR SAlLE —.SHETLAND PONY stallion, 4-year-old; Wack and white epotted. : —Two miles north of Lone Rock, ,. , 16p28 FOR SALE—GOOD YELLOW Seed corn on ear, $1.00 per bu. Germ. satisfactory to you.—Hugh Haney, phone 15F21. . 17p28-30 the smart new... Straw Hats! that flatter you so) ••'•-••$&& "' Ultfif :^s;|^i>A ••' -txtx;^; P:'m > ; ^i^i ' • ' ' '.•''••i'i'f-'.fe Love ly, brims that hare f quant air about , , ...tricky ;iltttc :" t §§i^|fi-:;:o' PUREBR13D GUERNSEY BULL for .sale, .From Stputenburg & Jones herd. .Three-year-old. —• Roy' Budlong, Titonka. 16p28-29 WANTED—YOUNG SINGLE MAN or married man without children for farm,work. Clean, no smoker.— Call Advance. - . 17p28 FOR SALE—HO'LS.T BIN MILK cows, all fresh, 15 to pick from. Also team ofrgood work horses.—H. F. MittaE, Lone Rock, Iowa. 22p28-29 CLOVER, $6.15; ALFALFA, $4.20; both per bushel; also other, bargains. Write for circular and sam.- ples.—Hall Roberts' Son, Postville, Iowa. 20p24-28 Wothodlst S. S. Class Has Party— A monthly party for the Methodist foung Married People's Sunday School class was held at the church Friday night, and there was a record-breaking turnout of 39 for a 6:30 covered-dish luncheon. Mrs. F. L. Pribon, teaoher, and Mr. and Mrs. P>.obert Collinson had charge of a program. Henry Johannsen, chairman of an Easter committee, announced that all but $14 had been raised towards an Easter Offering pledged by the class. The next party will be held on the last Friday in April, and all young married people of the community who are without church affiliations are invited to attend. Wa-tan-yans Have Benefit Party— A Wa-tan-ye benefit party was held Tuesday night at the Anna Buss home, Irene Voight and Helen Johnson assisting hostesses. Bridge was played at four tables, Dora. Carson winning the high score and Bertha Kuchenreuther a trave' prize. After cards candy Eastei eggs which the girls had taken were auctioned off, and the money will be used to help entertain a Wa-tan-ye convention here in May. Meta Gade Bertha Kuchenreuther, Lydla Meyer, and Gertrude Norman were guests of the club. Other Society News. Laura, Mitchell entertained her bridge club last Thursday night. Amy Johnson won high 'score; ' Clarice Amesbury, a travel prize. Other- members of the club are Bessie Hopkins, Adah Carlson, Mary Mitchell, Flora Tiss, and Bertha E. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Al Falkenhainer entertained a few friends at dinner last week Wednesday evening: Mrs. D. H. Goeders, Supt. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James, und Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dewel. The 'Methodist W. H. M. S. will meet a't Mrs. E. R. Rushmore's today- at 2:30. This will be the annual Mite Box opening and members who have Mite (Boxes, are to take them. A program will be given.- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCorkle entertained 10 friends at dinner last Thursday night, and dinner was followed by bridge, with Mrs. Eugene Kenefick and Carl Pierson winning the high scores. The Congregational L; O. A. class meets this evening at 7:30 with Mrs. E. J. Murtagh; Mrs. A. L. Long; Mrs. A. H. Stock, and Mrs. H. R. Cowan, assisting hostesses. Mrs. George Mahoney entertained a few friends at bridge last Thursday night. The high score was won by Mrs. L. M. Merritt; the low by Mrs. Bert'-Crorilnv / , The Baptist Loyal S..S., class will meet this afternoon with Mrs. R. A. Evana; Mrs. J. A. Freeh, Mrs. Dolly Pierce, and Mrs. George Hofius, assisting hostesses. ' The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McWnorter tomorrow at 4:15 p. m. Lesson subect: Value of Trees; roll call: name a tree. The Royal Neighbors will meet at he I. O. O. F. hall tonight, and Mrs. Harvey Coleman's division will serve •efreshments. I WILL CARE FOR OLD PEOPLE and invalids in my hcme. Maternity cases,' $2.00 a. day. Good references.—Anna Carney, 403 N. Thor- Ingtoa at. ' . '. 22u28 HAY—WE WILL HAVE A. CAR of choice Upland Prairie hay on track soon. Special price from the car. Leave your orders now. Algona Flour ami Feed. 26u27 FOR SALE—HAMPSHIRE GILTS •to farrow April and May; bred wee; Ibgold seed oats.—Paul !BIu- mer, Llvermore; phone Lu Verne; wo miles south. Galbraith. 25p28-29 FOR SALE—NEARLY NEW 16-FT. tractor dlec, a few new spreaders, new wagons and boxes, and a few sed wagons and boxes, a good used levator, a gang plow, and endgate eeder. Bargains while, they last.— McEnroe Bro*. S6uS8 ANNOUNCEMENT — I HEREBY announce my candidacy for the epublican nomination for supervis- ir in the First, district, Kossuth :oonty subject to the will of the voters In the ;June-primary.—J.H. Eraser, of RIverdale. " '33p28-37 Parties Honor the D. R. Steeles— Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg entertained 16 friends at dinner and bridge Tuesday night in honor o Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Steele, who movi to Sioux City next week. The high scores were won by Mrs. F. C. Scan Ian and M. G. Norton. The Steelee received a guest prize. Mrs. J. S Auner and Mrs. T. H. Chrlschllle; entertained 12 women at luncheon yesterday noon In honor, of Mrs Steele, and today noon Mrs. P. J Chrlstensen Is entertaining at i luncheon. W. C. T. U. Public Meeting Planne There will be a public meeting un der the auspices of the W. <}. T. t at the Baptist church next Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. A'covered dish luncheon will be served a noon. Qther unions of the count; are invited to attend and any othe persons,'members'or not, are als Want Ads FOR RENT—MODERN SIX-ROOM house.—Mra. Frank Tletz. 9p28 JARAGE FOR RENT 2 north of Dehnert hotel. BLOCKS 8u28 PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH FOR sale. Phone 76. Whlttemore. 6p28 HOUSEWORK WANTED By young capable woman.—Call 488-W. 9p2i FOR SALE—TWO MATCHED teams. Clyde Brtetow, 'Burt. 8p27-8 FOR SALE—YEARLING SHORT- horn bull. F. S. Thompson. 7u27-28 SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT— Mrs. W. Spurbeck, 801 E. State St 9p28 132-AORE FARM FOR RENT near ifr TRADE STUDIO MOUEENE OPENING SPECIAL We are going to Issue two hundred gift certificates as an opening spe cial. The price of each certificate Is one dollar. This pays for one sitting of six different poses. Then, with an order of three dollars or more, we will give an additional $2.50 worth of work. In whatever etyle or slz you may desire—ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE. Send us your name and a one dollar bin—we will send you a cer tlflcate by return mail. Sittings can be arranged for almost any time. COME UP TO SEE OUE STUDIO . We are particularly interested i photographing youngsters, an,d w have" lots of things that will interes them—a couple of bunnies, a. kitten two pups, and lots of toys. The new etudlp te located over th Mlsbach and Graham stores— East state, Phone 10. (To remember, jus tW^k."«>,evejryfeo<Jy—good- pjxoto graphs.;') • • , ; Ger«14 FtenV ' STUDIO IfODEBNE "Pfctunw Not Pfcoit»irr*9fti» IARRIED MAN WANTS Position OH farm, thoroughly reliable; best, >f reference; no phone, call on or ivrlte George McMahon, 3 miles east f Algrona, R. R. 1. 25p28 W ANTED, TO BUY—1,000 WHITE 'Pekln chick eggs for hatching ev- ry week.' We also custom-hatch urkey, duck, and goes eggs.—Kosuth County Hatchery, Algona. 25U25-28 nEiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw plilillHIIIIIIIIIIIiHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlillllllltllllllH You Yc Going to have a New HUBAM "ANNUAL" SWEET clover seed. Redcaned and scaVl- SAY, Good-bye' to shirts that shrink! n • TRUMP white, stripes and plain colors Arrow Shirts sttfy your size They're Sanforized-Shrunk— we'll give you a new shirt ii one ever shrinks. They're good-looking shirts, too. Beau tiful fabrics— expert tailoring —and the trimmest, smartes collar you ever saw. Neck band or collar.attached styles n particularly recojnmem the Arrow Trump— of spe cially woven broadcloth, i white, stripe? and plain col or* America's best sbjr value at $1.95. Wm, C, Steele Slort Monte Lupo Paillason Cire Straw Sharksin Bacello Cellomat bans with ed lines... berets Florentine tarns these are the styles of the meht. We have ..''•' • ' -" veloped them variety new straws, and sent them at ture price. "Whtere Service and Qnalltjr M«et" We assure you of such fashionable correctness . . -off quality so f i^e and cost thatl suit sq splehcUd .,. Hart Schaffner &Marx " SmU and Topperi $OO.50 Other Good Make» $15,00 T $20,00 '"" . We are showing the new colore . . grey, umversity grey, dusk blue, , jet "5. ^

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