Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 15, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 15, 1934
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MH KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGQNA. IOWA Save Money on RANGES ne w stock of Globe Ranges just arrived, and at ° U esent is very complete, with prices rang $45-50 to ng from $107*00 maintain one of the most complete display: „„„. an d wood ranges in this section of the you can come to our store and see exactly are s of country, fhat you w have ranges in three different sizes, td fit any home and in five different finishes, all onl display ow ' These ranges have many exclusive features, convenient lift top—hot blast fire box—lift out res- prvoir braced oven door—removable one-pibce sure baking oven—and many other very interesting points that we will be glad to tell you about when ybu come in to see them. Come in and get our 1934 stove catalog. Nelson Hardwar ALGONA, IOWA r Basket Grocery .. Algona's Finest Food Store \ . Instant Fostnm, 8 oz. tin _. Grape Nuts, "For More Pep"— Monarch Gelatin, Des., 5 pkgs. Minute Tapioca—— SwansDown Cake Flour —___ Calumet, 1 Ib. can .; Sanka Decaffeinated Coffee,lb. Fancy Chocolate Candy, Ib. .89c .16c .25c -lie .23c .23c Monarch Chocolate coyered Toffies box — Soups, Campbell's Veg., Veg. Beef, Tomatoo, 3 for _25c _25c 25c Upton's Green Tea, 1-2 Ib. 38c, second pkg. __lc Brown Sugar, 4 Ibs. .—_— l_25c Corn, 11-oz. can,— Chocolate, "Monarch," 8 1-ot. squares Il7c Ll5c 19c Ll5c 15c .31c 15c 83c Vacuum Pack Corn, Whole Kernel, can __._ Salmon, tall red, 1 Ib. can Monarch Codfish Cake, fish flakes Monarch Shrimp, tall can Tuna, "light meat", 8 cans — Popcorn, S. Am. Yellow, 4 Ibs. Monarch Coffee, 1 Ib. 29c, 3 Ibs. Try a package today. Peter Pan Floor, 40 Ib. bag il.59 TJnista "By Gold MedaP, 49-lbs 11.78 Gold Medal. "Kitehen Tested", 49 Ibs. |2.12 Occident "Costs more—worth It*, 49 Ibs. __ " "Monarch Finer Foods" Choice Fresh Heats The first our unn comin ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED BY M, [.SOCIETY ,.,""!'!'• , F( ; h - Iji-nio Mp.UifxliHt AM ^ soi vr<l )(H j,oih anniversary la.sl Ki-a.ni al. the church ' 'aUemlwl '"by liioi-f! linn my auinl r )s nn-l piii-sts Tim pi-ugrain ineliulod wooUni'.s b'v M'-s. \\'. A. r^-mlorfr; ,, n ,,er t,y Mrs. Wa Alison, rhortor nl om- wi, giving ,lho ';arly histcirv of llic fvoi:Ielv, mid l,y M,- H . (•. n . ai lipm .. m . solo Memories, Mrs. a. p. H-wcou! u,-ulinj.r, c|. u . a sivaw; solo, Mrs G. E Hammer, reading, Mrs. c' a Cof' fin: ,1am, Looking F.jrwj.nl,' Mrs U J3. MllchoU; , )1:lno solo _ Vorsi Ch| Him. (lie four oldest. , U oml>ora, Mra da Anderson, charter inonil)Or : S. Coffin M,-s. ."..iry Klcwaii BimCdebrates Half Century ~ PAGE THR«B State Agent at Work '(i rout Tho i on.so ho solo, of Radio '. Hi ICO O! Mort th BARGAINS/' Now Going On. K. D. JAMES M>H. Annlo Ha \vcott •nests. wore honor 'llclimann; •TnncliPrs Minting l[nld_ : '!•'• T. A. mot at tho. school i;i«t Thursday evening, ami •roBKi.ni consisted o f a violin J. Fardal; i»;i])er, The Use • and Homo Music, Mi». G. >'U, What is Ixslsuro, Alen- f OpportunltyV, Ihe Rev L, "•'"in; Tfobbios, Mrs. p. ^ . and a discussion ot extra cur- •Iculai- uctivitics, Geo. L. Gray. Ulflnrt County Auxiliary Meeting— The foilowin ff attended a county -tfiTlon Auxiliary meotlng at Fen"" last week Tuesday: Mrs. Lillian ...'or. Mrs. w. W. Eoottcher, Mrs. lohn Murray, Mrs. Bstel llontz, Mrs las. Chi-Lstiansen, Mrs. F. A. Rlngs- Tort, Mrs. Tom Trcnary, and Mra. Fred rungsdorf. New Officers fo r Fanners ExchaiiBo The annual meeting o£ the Farmer's Exchange W ns held Saturday. T. H. Schrocder and A. G. Volentino were elected directors to succeed J P. Trunkhill and John Bahllng, Attond Wrestling Tourney— The R. P. Elvldges were Saturday evening isupper guests at Roy Ring- dorf's, after which ,tho men attended a county -vvrestllng tournament at Lu Verne. Dr. Peters Birthday observed— ~Dr. W. T. Petea\s was .taken by surprise larit week Tuesday even ir.R, when friends csiiue in to helf him celebrate a birthday. Undergoes Operation at Iowa City- May belle Gray went to Iowa Ci/ty last Thursday, and on Saturday had a nasal operation at .the university hospital. New Teacher In Rivcnlule— Nelda Valentine began rtelachlng' a week ago Monday In tho No. 1 Riverdale school six miles south of M gona. i Auxiliary Gives Benefit Bridge— The Legion Auxiliary will give''a benefit bridge party ait the Legion hall this week Thursday evening. H. S. Orchestra Jo Entertain— Tho high school orchestra wll give a concert Sunday aftrnoon a- 2:30 at the Methodist church. Union Oldtimer is Sick- George Carroll has been sick week or two, but is better. Other Burt News. Mra. W. T. Peters accompanied W- JE. Ley, Lakota, to iDea Moines las week Wednesday and drove home a -new Ford coupe. Doctor Peters sold his car to H. J. Thompson who drove to California. Viola Bleloh entertained at bridge last week Wdnesday evening: Mr and Mra. A. J. Huenh'old, Philomeina Quinn, Charles Lehman, Don Cronan, all of Algona, and Rachel Clap saddle. The Portland Progress club meets this week Thursday 'afternoon at Mrs. W. L. Stott's; Airs. Leo Brayton, Mrs. C. L. 'Bristow, and Mrs, Amelia Rlke. assisting hostesses. Ed >Moyer spent several days last week with his daughter lone. Her islster Mrs. Hans Koestler land daughter, Mona Lee, spent last Wednesday ito Friday with her. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dau got home last week Tuesday from five weeks with relatives at Marshall, Ark., Sharon, Okla., and Lincoln, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mansmlth, Arnolds Paink, and Mr. and Mja. W. A, (MacArthur were Sunday dinner guests at H, W. Tr&iner's. Mrs. Ben Evanson, Story City, and a daughter came last week Tuesday to visit at Myron Melnzer's and Mrs. Olara Olson's. Esther Johnson, Lakota, speoiit last week with her sister, Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff. The Riebhoffs took her home Sunday. Norman Sanderson, with the C. O. C. at LeHigh, spent the week-end with hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. , Sanderson. The W. J. Lockwoods spent sev- rol days the first of last week vt siting relatives a,t Renwiok and Hardy. The Metlhodist W, H. M. S. meets Saturday at Mrs. C. B. Ohipman's; Mi«. B. W. Brooke, assisting hosr tess. Jimmy Woltz had a surprise birth day party at his home Saturday afternoon. Small boys were guesta Mrs. W- A, Ladendorff will entertain the Birthday Circle this week Friday ot celebrate her birthday. Hannabelle Giddings, nursing at Wesley, visited her parents, Mr. and (Mrs. G. C. Giddings, Sunday. (Pauline Hammer celebrated her ninth birthday la week ago by enter, taining girl friends at a party. The annual birthday dinned will be served at the Presbyterian church nest week Thursday evening, The Epworth League will have a party at the Methodist church this week Wednesday evening. Goo. P. Hawcotit and. 1+ H. Schenck attended a ihog s&le at Emmetsburg Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham and daughitr spent the week-end at August Strom's, Algona. Mra. Hans Christiansen, Ringated, and her «m Axel visited Sunday at Jak Christiansen's. The Fortnightly club met last week Wednesday afternoon. Bit Mrs. janoe RiebhoH'e. Katharine Manus, teacher, near Lu Verne, spent fche week-end at , . Tne I. Osterffaartle moved to ft *w m new 6we«, —Courtesy Des Moines Register. "C-VBKY ARTHQUE OF FUBN'ITTJRB in ttie Robinson home was in•*-* spected Iby Agent Gladstone, ofthe state department of justice who dusted with powder and examined with magnifying glass for finger prints. BIRTHDAY AT WHITTEMQRE IS HONORED Whittemore, Feb. 13—(Peter Schumacher! errtientained six tables (of bridge at a surprise painty Sumday evening in honor of his wife's birthday. Present were the A. Brograne, Chos. Seymours, Harry Helmses, C. W. Hansens, L. W. Swanson, Tim O'Briens, P. J, Uhlenhakes, R. L. Burdines, E, "W. Olivers, and Mrs. Alice Calry, Mrs. M. Eischeid. Mrs. IBurdine, and Mr. Uhlenhake won high scores, and Mr. Hanson low. Mrs. Schumacher was presmted with a beautiful gift after which a delicious lunch was served. Birthday Surprise Is Given— Eileen O'Brien was hostess at a surprise party, at her mother Mrs. Catherine O'Brien's In honor of Pat rirfa Weir's birthday.- "Five hundred" was played at four tables. Lucille O'Brien won high prize, Kathleen Holtzbauer low, and Edmund O'Brien the travel prize. Present were: Patricia WcBr, Zita McDonald, Teresa Kollasch, Lucille O'Brien, Agnes Loebach, John Perrel, Garnet McDonnell, Herman Kollasch, Joseph Ijoebach, Pfeut Murphy, Herbert, Edward, and Loyola O'Brien and Camilla Walker, Kath leen Holtabauer and Evelyn Van Alleen, of Algona, and Sylvia Thilges, of Bode. Party (or Edward Fandel— The Mike Fandels entertained at six o'clock dinner Sunday evening in honor of their son Edward, who left Monday morning for St. Paul, Minn., to resume his studies at.St. Paul seminary. Guests were Farther Veit, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. Elbert, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. George Fandel, Mrs. Emma Hilbert, Mr. and Mra. Ralph Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semon, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel. Lutheran Aid In Meeting— The Lutheran Aid met Thursday In the school hall and discussed business matters. Entertainment included assembling individual heant bhlaped jig-saw puzzles, won by Emma Roeber, and also a word contest, won by Mrs. Erwin Kuecker, who formed 62 words -from letters In "valentine." Next month's serving committee is Mrs. August Vaudt, Mra. Henry and Mrs, Geo. SchuVta, Mrs. Fred, Mrs, Walter and Mrs. Erwin Struecker. Edwin Codes Have Guests- Sunday evening dinner guests at Edwin Gade's in honor of Mils. Grade's birthday, were the Henry Scheppman family of Algona; Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Brulm and daughter of Cylinder, the Otto Bell and Werner Gade families, Mr. amd Mrs. Auguist Gade and Gertrude Meyer Other relatives and friends gathered in the evening. Cards were played and lunch served. Academy Loses to Algona—. The Presentation academy basket ball teams lost friday evening to Mason City, The girls lost 33-ttfl, and ball teams lost Friday evening to St. Cecelia's academy, Algona the girls 28-I1& and the boys lost 24-23. The boys were shut out In the last quiarter after losing' two of their regular playereL Attends Services for Msgr.— Father Wm. Velt wenit to Sioux Mty Thursday to attend the funeral Of Msgr. O'Connell, who died Wednesday. Msgr. O'Connoll had been appointed Vicar General of the dlo- hospttal. She her brother, ter Qulnn. was accompanied by Biggins and Let- College Student at Home- Lucille Reimers, who afttenda college at Ames, was an over Sunday visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Reimers. Academy Loses to \vesley— iBoth Presentation "Academy basket ball teams lost to Wesley Tuesday evening. The girls lost 20-18 and the boys 20-15., Girl for Edward Maahs— A girl was born Saturday ito iMr and Mrs. Edward Maahs. The Maah have four other children three boys and a girl. Other Whittemoro News . The William Meyers drove Garner Friday to visit their son Martin. They were home by their daughter „ „„ Was been at her brofther'a the past week, Mrs. Martin Meyer (having severely cult her hand. "Five hundred" was played „ four tables Sunday evening at Her man Voigt's. Guests were the Am drew Becks, and George Kahls of Algona, the ~ Hogans, and wltha. Mrs. Anna Dau and famly, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Jergens, son Wm., Mragaret and Johanma Bernlnghaus and Herbert Zumach were gu>eats at COUNTY AUXILIARY MEETING ATTENDED BY 88JT FENTON The 35th. quarterly meeting of the Kossuth county Legion Auxiliary was held at Fenton last week Tuesday afternoon, 88 women registering. Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City, presided, and reports from the eight units in the county represented were given. The TitonHa unit had the largest delegation in attendance. Tilings of interest to Auxiliary members and units were discussed. Mrs. J. C. Underkofiler, of Britt, 8th district committeewoman, reviewed activities of 'Auxiliaries in Iowa. The eighth district, she said, is leading, and she ipaid high trib- te to Kossuth units, which are 100 er cent in all requirements. _Mrs. Larson has ordered 1000 acl- itional poppies for the county. Mrs. Sadie Denton, Titonka, over- eer for Antone Sorensen, of Rich ""Dint, who makes poppies, has re- orted shipments as follows: Alona, 1500; Bancroft, 250; Burt, 00; Fenton, 200; Lone Rock, 100; swea City, 500; Titonka, GOO; Wes- ey, 200; a total of 3650 poppies. Mr. Sorensen was .paid $36.50. Material for 2325 more poppies as been furnished to Mr. Sorensen or poppies to be sent to other ounties in .the district. Mr. Sor- msen is a disalbled Kossuth World war veteran. 'Scrapbooks are in the making for a contest in August. Unit presidents and secretaries were urged to attend a conference in Des Moines next Monday. Ailgona, in charge of a pep meet- g at Fenton, presented Supt. O B. Laing, who spoke on the ever- changing duties listed under Amer- icansim. Two vocal solos by ,Leola Zeigler and a humorous reading by Alice Rist, both of Algona, -were given. i • , The Fenton unit served a two- course lunch, the tables decorated in keeping with the St. Valentine season. Nick 6emons, James the Arthur Heiden Another Shaeffer Brother Dies; Two Pass Within Week On January 24 at Minnea'poli died Grover Shaeffer, 48, former Hurt, boy, and the_ following Tues day at 10 a. m. his brother Fred Amiret, Minn., was found dead near Marshall, Minn. In bath cases th< cause of death was heart disease (Fred, who was an Amiret foanke: till his bank closed, was a corn sealer and waa en route alone in his car to an appointment. The body was found in the car by a mail carrier, who investigate< whence noticed the car off the road in a plowed field with lights on and the engine running. This death reduces the Shaeffer family to four: Mrs. L. E. Town and Editor J. A. Qhaeffer, Balaton, Minn.; Mrs. W. T. (Fish, Whittemore- W E. Shaeffer, Minneapolis. IICH flavor, appetizing aroma, satisfying strength • . • that describes coffee that always pleases. And, it also describes the coffee you get with either Tone's Old Golden Coffee or Coffee House Coffee. Both are high grade coffees, yet economical to buy because they give extra value for your money. And, with each, yon get valuable coupons, enabling you to get beautiful guaranteed eilvenraro absolutely free. An expert blend of lK4; world's finest coffee*! Another excellent coffee, offert economy a* well at quality. For 60years, careful home-makers in Iowa have depended upon Tone's Spices and Flavoring Extracts to make good things taste better. Beside*, ther go farther and last longer. Don't worry. Don't take yourself or anyone else too seriously. Everything will come out all right in the natural order of things.. I have done a lot of worrying in my life, and most of the things I worried about never happened. : I remember the first girl I ever loved. When she canned me I thought I would die. Later on when. the fever broke I recovered and found another with whom I have lived a happy life for over forty years. Come to think of it, .there was nothing to worry about, for girls are like street cars. There is one along every fifteen minutes. Some people are worrying now about prices going up; I think the advance in price, if any, will •be very gradual,_ and if the price of merchandise does go up you will have more money to buy it with. So why worry? Right now we (have some of the 'best bargains to ofer you that we ever wrapped up. The etore is •loaded from cellar to garret with shoes and furnishings bought at right prices. Children's oxfords 5 to 8 at 69c, sizes 9 to 12 at «»c. Ladies' comfort slippers with good leather 6o4es at 69c. Ladies' fancy dress ties, 'black or brown kid, sizes 4 to 9, at $1.00. es Men's retan work shoes with 8-inch, top, all fliz- ..... ....... *ho Zlnnell-Dau art. West Bend. cese to succeed the late Rt. Rev. Msgr. Coake J. G. Five Priests Attend Bazaar— Father Sweeney and Patiher Daley, of Fort Dodge, -Father Coffee, of Ogden, Father Finnegan, Emmetsburg, and Father Davero of Algona, were here Wednesday to attend the bazaar at the Academy. Win. Meyer Has Operation— •Wnilam Meyer Sr., underwent an operation Monday morhlne at 9 o'r jlock a-t the McCreery hospital. Vto- a (Balswnaa R. N. Is nurse. Takes Job at Sioux City— Rosella Hiijsging, B. N. wewt to Sioux City, Tuesday ito take up her duties for a time <«t St. ' wedding Monday Air. and Mrs. M. W. Bronmen, of Emmetsburg were Sunday guests of *helr daughter Mrs. Herman Fan del. They were accompanied back to Emmetsburg by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller. Mra. Emma Hilbert, son Arnold. Mr. and Mrs Peter Besch, Mr. and Mra. C. W. Elbert, Mr. and Mrs Peter Woyderft attended the funeral of Frank Weydert at St. Joe Friday. Mrs. Emily Slems, son Erwin, and Mr. and (Mrs. Herman Code attended the funeral of Henry Kruskop, Lytton. .Friday. Mn. Kruskop Is a cousin of Mr. Gade. Casper Keene, accompanied by (his sister Thelma, drove ito Dea Moines Saturday to visit relatives, and from Des Moines Casper drove to Stuart to visit. The R. W. Olivers took a load of aaaket ball players to Mason City Friday and visited Mrs. Oliver's parents, Mr. and Mra. Gamelln. The James E. Walkers drove to Delavan, Minn., Friday to visit their sons Harold and Delbert, and their daughter, Mrs. Harold Kuecker. The Albret Baas family has moved from the Irvington neighborhood to the R, A", (Behnke home in the south port of town. John. Cullen and Edward Fandel returned Monday by bus to St. Paul, Minn., .to resume duties alt St. Paul seminary. Mr. and Mra. John Laubenthal, J. V. Elbert and son Walter drove td Mason City Tuesday to attend to business. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grednart re- turnd Friday after visiting a week with relatives in Wisconsin and Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Droeasler, Bancroft, spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Derner. Mr, and Mrs. Elmo Barber daughter aiargaret, and Mirs. R. A. -Bartlett, were at Fort Dodge Saturday, The J. E. Walkers drove to Algona Sunday to visit the latter '9 'mother, Mrs, LocOce, who Is quite 111. (Bert Morris, new clerk at the Zu~ mach msfcut market, spent Sunday with relatives at Clear Lake. Mr. and' Mrs. George Meyer drove Ito Spencer Sunday to visit the latter's slater, Mrs. Lee Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dorweiler, of West Bend, were guests of (Mre. Josephine 'Haas Sunday. A number of young folks were en- itertalned Friday evening 1 by Memai Jennings north of town-" Lucille O'Brten returned home •Friday after b. week «,t J. O'Hearn's near Mason City. Maxine Relmers, daughter of (the Ralph Retoere, has been.aicik the week. Amanda, Dietrich, <tf wag a Sunday .guest at Arthur Hejdenwith'g, August "Sfcwidt Sr., Boutin of tafwn, has been laid up the past weefc wftto tho ehlngte?. Relatives and IH«n,da were en- tertalaed Thursday evening at Wetorepan's. Edward Burke baa tx»a W homs wi^ ' - at Algonian'g Brother Candidate. Matt Wallukait, who has been HumboMt county district court clerk three or four terms, is a candidate for renomination arid reelection on the republican ticket. (He is a brother of Chris Wallukait, manager ot the Council Oak erocerv here. 60NEI-THE HIGH COST OF STOMACH TROUBLE /Don't pay $2jSO to $5.00 for relief from stomach pains, indigestion. Try Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets — 3 weeks treatment only $1. Relief or your money ba " chardt, Druggist. «. Bor- Men's Goodyear weit arch support oxfords, late etylefi, at $&26. ' Men's dress and acini-dress pants, choice of 487 pairs, at $1.49. Men's three-season merits, at 76c. union suits, .beautiful gar- Men's undershirts at 19c, shorts at 25 and 85c. Men's and boys' horsehide mittens at 25c a pair. Men's, women's and children's hosiery, and so on and so on, al! through the stock. We have about $25,000.00 stock on hand and there will be no profiteering at Neville's Shoe Store. We have bargains for every member of the family, so don't worry. Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona, la. |HHUi!iiiii!niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiM Cut Rate Grocery Friday and Saturday Specials NAYY BEANS 8 Ibs. 18c BEST BICE - 8 11)8.13c P.&G.SOAP 7S125C COFFEE Old Fashioned, 3 Ibs 52c Tone's Coffee House, Ib 25c PBUNES 70-80, 2 Ibs 21c 40-50, 2 Ibs. 25c SYBUP 5 Ibs. Golden 25c 10 Ibs. Golden 45c CORN MEAL 5IL12C GLOSS S NO. 10 FBUIT Peaches -. 39c Black Raspberries __67c Apricots '. 45c Bartlett Pears ., 48c Prunes ^89c Pineapple, crushed T 58c Reii Cherries 55c Pineapple, br. si. __..52c Blackberries .__,50c Strawberries 68c Red Raspberries ^7e Peaches, in syrup 68c Royal Anne Cherries 68c MLiCAROM OB SPAGHETTI 2 Ib. 19c FBEE—10c jar of sweet pickle relish with each package, CEACKEKS fcLb. Box —_2lC BASPBEBBIES Black, No. 2 can 19c Red, No. 2 can _____l»c ARCH; 2pkg S . 13c Corn Flakes ____ ^ Wheaties Whole Wheat Biscuit Whole Wheat Flakes 9c Puffed Wheat _______ 9o All Bran __________ I8e Rice Flakes ________ 9e Rice Pops __________ 9e Bran Flakes __, _____ 9c Grape Nut Flakes _,_ Rice Kxispies ______ Wheat Krumbles __. Wheat Bran Raisins 41 25c Dates CATSUP 2 14-oz. bottles — -. Matches, 3 boxes —.ISc Cleanser, 2 cans Jell Powder, 6 for _ LIMA BEANS, 2 cans , .— 15c BBOOMS __ 32c 48c 55c PBESEEVES 2 ib. jar ^_,, w Sardines, oil, 2 cane Vinegar, large bottle U& s, pyal g FLOUR-FIREPLACE $1,68! LUCtY BOY SLTft MOTHER'S BESHI.'l Cocoa, Ib. Oyster Cramers, UK •« , _ •r^-'-i

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