Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA THURSDAY. CUT RATE GROCERY WEEK END 13c SPECIALS 1 large box Oatmeal 5 !>l<#s. Gloss Starch 6 Ib. foa^ 1 Cornmcal •8 cans Cleanser 1 16c can K. C. Baking Powder 1 can 1'ink Salmon 1 quart Mustard 2 cans (Hoc Spaghetti % H». Ilerslrey 1 p]£g. I'uffed Jlice 1 Ib. Cocoa 2 pkgs. EPK IS'oodles 8 boxes Matches S pkfrs. Washing Powder •S pkgs. A. & II. Soda 8 bars Hardwaler Sonp 1 II). Tea Si flings 1 Irg. box Soap Chips 1 jnr Dried Beef 8 Ibs. iS'aTj- llcaiis 1 can Warwam Syrup 8 Seedless Grapefruit 1 Ib. jar Preserves 8 Ibs. Kice 2 bottles Red Cherries 2 phgs. Spaghetti 8 pkgs. Jell Powder 2 Ibs. Popcorn 8 bars Laundry Soap 2 cans V. C. Pork and Beans 1 Ib. Black Tea % Ib. Cocoanut ?6 Ib. Black Pepper 1 can Bartlett Pears 2 cans Lyo 55 pkfrs. Garden Seed •No. 2 Lamp Chimney "Busiest Liltle Store in Town" Algona Aid Meets at IRVINGTON AID ADDS THREE TO MEMBERSHIP factory—as much as 45 per cent off regular list. $99-60 Console, your cost $54.60. Majestic (Mantels as low as $19.96.-JGembles. 41*30 Irvington, Apr. 10—The Aid was entertained last Thursday at Mrs. Ben Terlhune's, Mrs. T. E. Wickwire assisting and 30 members and guests attending. The annual report was read, and three new members joined. The next sneeting will be held April 19 at the annex, Mrs. J. M. Cox and Mrs. Earl Miller .hostesses. The Algona Presbyterian Aid met last Thursday with Mrs. David King, Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley, Mrs. A. Kresensky, and Mrs. RalpHi Brown assisting and 50 members and guests attending. Glas-Glo, a liquid cleaner for windows, mirrors, etc., was sold. Fenton Couple Honored at Lotts Creek Shower You Can Safely Entrust Them to Our Scientific Care There is no guesswork when you send your blankets to us. Every step is safeguarded. Water temperatures are exactly right. Soaps are of the finest quality. All water for washing and rinsing is rainsoft. Then the blankets are dried in gentle air currents, to its original size, and finally, the soft nap is slowly brushed up to restore full fleeeineKs and original warming power. Also have us call for your curtains and comforters. KIRSC Phone 207 More About Dog IJitcs— The news in last week's Advance that Norman Crawford had been bitten by a dog at Jolhn Schultz's was not in all respects correct. Mr. Crawford was bitten while he was trying to extricate a small dog belonging to a fanner south of the Schultz farm from a fence. The bite in the arm later became infected and blood-poisoning resulted. Howard Shore has been driving the cream truck during Mr. Crawford's illness. Missionary Society to Meet— The Missionary society meets this week Friday at the church, Mrs. Nina Schicfttl in charge of devotionals. The Rev. Mr. English will give the second of a series of ser- monettes on the history of the Christian church. Roll call will be answered with scripture. A quarterly tea will be served in the annex. Farmer is Big Bee-Keepcr— B. P. Sparks, Hobarton, has gone into the bee business in earnest. He raised a great number on the farm west of Irvington, and since moving a few months ago he has invested in more hives. It is reportec tfnat he recently purchased 4500 pounds of sugar to be made into syrup for the bees. 'itose Skilling Home Again— Elliot Skilling, Algona, his mother, Mrs. Prank Skilling, and her brother, John Loss, drove to Oakdale Sunday and the same day brought home Mr. Loss's daughter Rose, wllio had been a patient at the state sanatorium there for severa' months. She now plans to remain witli her father. Church Plans Annual Meet— The Rev. A. English preachec Sunday on the Lord's supper, anc ; two persons were received into the ,c!hurch on confession of faith. A communion service was held. The annual business meeting will be held at the close of services nex Sunday. Hurry Deibler Has Operation— Harry Deibler underwent an operation for hernia at the Kossuth hovspital last week Wednesday, am is recovering. Harry is a son o: Mr. and Mrs. William Deibler anc an employe of McEnroe Bros. Lotts Creek Apr. 10—Margaret Laabs recently gave a surprise shower at the home of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Einil Laabs, In honor of Adela Mittag, Fonton, who Is to ecome the bride of Fritz Meyer pril 22. Five hundred wtts played I eighit tables and the high score as won by Walter Meyer, low by Vudrienne Culbertson. After lunch :ie bride and groom to-be unwrapped lany gifts. Attending: Mrs. Mary Hung,, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice WU1- Verlinn loerger, Sehvm. and Alia Meyer, Leland Hantleman, Paul ligler, all of Fonton; Audrienne ulbertson, Loretla. and Lydia Meyr, 1','id Thomac! Fiankl, Algona; Ir. and Mrs. William Fiierstenau, Ir. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Edna lid 1'artln Fotratx, Edwin Wltt- opf, Donadl, Wilfred, Helen, nnd Kadis', Lorlna -Meyer, Mel- 1'ates, WaHfr -Meyer, Erwin littag, Ortvin Tietz, Elsie Kohlwes, nd C'arence J4umach. hiners Honor S. I). Visitors— Tho John Schmidts, Petersburg, . D., and Mr. and Mrs.. H. F. leyer were this week Tuesday even- ig supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. xichard Potratz, and other guests >2 same evening were Mr. and Mrs. Uvin Potratz, and the Albert Pot- atzes. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kressin ntertiijned tho Schmidts at G o'- lock dinner Monday evening, and tnong other guests were Herman chmidt, son Harold, William chmidt, son Murtln, Mrs. Eldie "SURE/you CAN SAVE BY USING OUR REPAIR 5ERVICE JUST -SAV WHEN/" ^H Blind Lawyer Visits I'arents— William Hahle, practicing law a Sunnier recently spent several days with his parents. William, who if totally blind, is a first-class piano tuner, mechanic , radio repairer etc., besides being a lawyer. S. S. C'liiHs Plans Social— A 5c social by the -Star S. S. class will be held at the annex thL week Friday evening at 7 o'clock Five cents will be charged for eadi item on the menu. Knnius (o C'CC Camp— Bent Ramus, who Iliad clerked in -Mrs. Sankey's store, left last week Tuesday with Dick Watson and Jos. Ramus 1'or a reforestation camp at Decorah. When you get a perfect repair, that's guaranteed —and you pay just enough to leave us a legitimate profit — you're sure to be getting tUe best of the bargain. How about a paint job this spring? DAU GARAGE Phone 165 and tho hitter's daughter, Mrs. Clara Krueger, Niagara, N. D. Nine New School Pupils— Ixns and Kermit Kucker, Reffina and Harold Wo-lter, Goixlon and mother, Mrs. Harry Von Drnska. Rath Lichty was employed at the office of Lawyer H. B. White, Algona, several days last week, Richard Bekman Was returned to his ihome at Alton, after a visit with his sister, -Mrs. R. L. Corbln. Tho Jas. Chrlsitensone, Fort Dodge, visited Lu Verno friends Saturday. The girl scouts met last week ami i-iiuim .. ^ - - — — " — . Wednesday nt Eleanor Mae Woito'e. eran school. Lillian Kressin Has PlnUeyc— Lillian Krcsein, Algona, has been. teick with pinkeye at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ivressin. Lillian and her sister Olivia were Fort Dodge visitors one flav last week. HERE'S YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO share in a $200,000 bargain—and! icy're tihe newest of the Great lajestic Radios, fresh from the Parish Sight Next Week- Parish nig-ht will be obsrved next week Wednesday at (the Lutheran schoolhouse. On the commltee are Herman Hintz, Walter Krause, Edwin Lieb, and Herbert Potratz. Pastoral Conference is Held— \ nortliwest pastoral conference is )x;ing held this week at Fairville, where the Rev. H. D. Stahmer is iwstor, and the Rev. E. Fiene is attending. •Cre-ssin, >rtvin. and her sons Orville and Jhurch Meeting- Held Sunday— A quarterly meeting of the local .utheran church was he-Id Sunday xfternoon at the church and Marin Meyer and William Wetzel were •eelected eldcrmen. Louis Hack- jarth \\"as appointed to serve on ithe inanco committee tliree years; Hugo Faulstich, two years; W. H. Meyer, one year. Other Lotts Creek. The Henry Kuecks, Lone Rock, Party for Guests from S. D.— Mr. and Mrs. H. F. M it-tag gave party Friday evening dn honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt, Petersburg, X. D., and Fred Wolfgram, ant! Mrs. Kueck's mother, Mrs. Emilie Heicieuwith, spent Sunday at I^eo San\ey'£, Lu Verne, Mrs. Sankey being another daughter of Mrs. Hoidemvith. The Sankeys formerly lived in Union township, but moved to Ln Verne last month. Dolores Smith will begin -work next Monday at Rudolph Peter's,, Bur.t -Monday. 'Mrs. Peter, who had been at the General hospital, Algona, with erysipelas was recently brought home. Carl Dreyors and Oscar Kohlwes all of Austin, Minn., visited Oscar'fe parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes Sunday. The Aid meets this week Fridaj at the Lutheran tchool 'hall, Mrs Carl The Max Basts, Algona, were Sun day visitors ait the Richard Potratz home. Edna Potratz, Lorna Faulsticla and Wendell Rusch have been sick Does you home need a new roof—and Does your system need real quality food at right prices? If so Lon Food Shop IS JUST THE PLACE have for you Free phones Free delivery IKVIXGTOJf NEWS Mrs. Wieland, Britt, has been siting her daughter, Mrs. Aaron Stuessy. Charles Clark and hi j daughter, Mrs. Ben Hartzell, ibo j of Britt, visited relatives here Mon May. The Erby Bensons, -Buffal (-'enter, were over-Sunday guests at Paul Hudson's. The Hudsons Bensons, Mr. and Mrs. Orau Hud son, Effle Egel, and Everett Vai 'Steinberg were Sunday dinne guests at Edward Wolfe's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth -accompanied by the Ed\v. Bits worths, Burt, drove to Jackson Minn., Sunday to visit Harry Fel ter, former Irvington boy manag ing a bakery there. Harry an Howard Watkins went into part nership in the .bakery in iFebruarj hut Harry later bought the othe share. Tlie George Stewarts, Algo na, were also guests o£ Harry. Dinner guests of Anna Ramu Sunday evening at the home of he grandmotlher, Mrs. Ama Sankey, were Eunice T.hompvson, Merril Parsons, and Chester Wildin. The Arthur Rileys, Lu Verne, and Mrs. Sankey spent Sunday at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz were Sunday guests at Abe Holt's, near 1 Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lofing, Mason City, came Saturday for their daughter Jeanne, who had been with the A. McLeans a week, and took .her ihome Sunday. Nick 'Nichol, Missouri, who had visited Haubert Johnson at O. L. Miller's, left early this week for the Grant Jennings farm, Lu Verne, where he is working. Before coming (here he worked at Milwaukee. Mrs. Mary Terhune, Mendota, 111., was at George Lee's, Algona, and Ben Terhune's ihere last week. She is a sister-in-law of Ben, and had also been visiting a -sister, Mrs. Delia Laurents, Eagle Grove. The Good Will club meets next week Thursday at Mrs. Charles Hintz's, Mrs. Carl Rwanson assisting. Mrs. Henry Bluiner and Mrs. Herman Meyers will have the pro- grain. The Willard Gregsons were Sunday guests at Ernest Bonnstetter's, Corwith. Mrs. Bonstettor and Willard are brother and sister. Mrs. J C Mawdsley and her young son recently spent several W, H, M, S, HAS TWO-ACT PLAY ATLUVERNE Lu Verne, Apr. 10 — The Metiho- dist W. II. M. S. met at the church last Thursday. The president, Mrs. Peter Thompson, (had charge of the devotional period, following which group of women presented a itwo- act play, In His Name. Mrs. A. L. Spooner conducted a candle lighting- service at which a Lenten offering of $G was received. Mrs. Hai-old Phillips led in enigmas, and special music was provided by Josephine Holdcroft and Beverly Smith and ui trio composed o£ Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. Harry Lichty, and Florence Hoi'. Following the program 'there s a social hour with lunch served by ithe committee. Forty women attended, among them Airs. V. V. Vouglit, Mrs. A. Wilson, Mrs. J. F. Frederick, Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs. C. Holcourl, Mrs. H. L. Swanson,, a.nd Bernlce Crown, all of the Livermore society. Fire Company is Reorganized — The firemen met at the city hall last week Monday evening and reorganized. There lire now 12 members. L. F. Smith is chief, and Bdw. Dahncrt assistant. Charles Wolf is president; Lloyd Zontnor, vice; G«o. Tiede, nee-rotary - treasurer. Other memlxjrs are Harry and Lee iJich- ty, Dr. A. J. HU.SOII, Harold Sorem«on, C. B. Huff, Jesse Lindebak and Archie Sanforcl.. Shortly aCter the meeting Uio fireman were called to the Mrs. Kate Hutf country homo where lightning Ouid struck. Choni- imcaLs were used, a-nd the fire was soon extinguished. tended a county meeting of pas tors and Christian Endeavor leader at the homo of the county pres: dent, Jorgen Skow, near Sexjton Friday might. Plans were laid fo a rally at the Presbyterian church Lakata, May C. Primary Room Gives Program— The primary room of the publi schools entertained the mothers a, n. program Friday aftenrnoon. Song and recitation learned about th month of March and about Hollo™ and the Dutch people were given Twelve mothers attended, Win. Dclinert Wins Medals— Edw. H. Dehnert was winner o a gold medal in an invitation stand match and also topped the list fo grand aggregate honors, in the an nual invitation small-bore galler; matches at Iowa City Saturday an< Sunday Dale Zeiitner is 9; Party— Dale Zentner was 9 Sunday, an Saturday afternoon |i-3 friends wer entertained at a party in his honoi The time was spent at games, a£te which lunoh was served. Dale re ceived many gifts. Fourteen to Fort Dodge Rally — A group of 14 members of Ithe Evangelical missionary society went to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday to attend a group rally. Representatives of the local group presented a pageant, And So AVe Serve. At- itcndlng from here were .tihe Rev. and iMrs. David Lang, Mesdawes 'Walter Hefiti, William, Edward, and Henry Manly, Paul Bhimer, Fred Mr. and Mrs. George Merkle, EcJther Merkle, Florence Hof, Emma Marty, and Anna Woito. Four Attend C. E. Rally— The Rev. D. Lang, son Wayne, Florence Hof, and Evan Lachty at Fred Blalti Suffers Stroke- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Kubly an the Edwin Mantys, drove to Oolc field Sunday to see Fred Blaitti early eettler 'liere who has been crit IcUlly sick following a stu-oke. Revival Meotlngs Are Planned— From April 10 to April 29 ther will be special evangelistic service' at the Methodist church. The pasto will bo assisted by the "Singin, Brooks," of Waterloo. NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said court on the IDtli day of March, 1934 in favor of Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States as plaintiff, and against all of the Southwest Quarter (except that part thereof occupied toy Public Highway); the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, the West Half of the Nortihwest Quarter and the West (Half of the Southeast Quartet, all in Section; Thirty-one (3ih Township Ninetyfour (94) North, (Range Twenty- eight (28), West of the 6th P. M., containing 362.2 acres, more or less, according to the Government survey thereof, as defendant, for the sum of Twenty-nine Thousand Nine Hundred Thirty-seven and 20/100 ($29,937.20) Dollars and costs, taxed at Three Hundred Sixty and 82/100 (?3G0.82) Dollars and accruing. costs, I have levied upon the following described Real property as the property of the said William Kesaelring et al, to 'satisfy said execution, to-wit: All of the Southwest Quarter (except that part thereof occupied by Public Highway) the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter, the West Half of the Northwest Quarter and the West Half of the Southeast Quarter, all in iSeetion Thirty-one (31) Township Ninety- eight (28) Wost' oft 6 ...'N* containing 352.2 ncro.l'h P.V according ,t 0 ment aurvoy will *"%?«•*'* proceed or so to sell much said i erty, may ,be necossary"t'd execution, with costs costs at public r highest bidder, ror Pa <h ," on the 27th day of f' •" : at the east door of tl,o Om," ' In Algona, in Kosau Iowa, at the .hour of in .' m., of said day, when °, cl ° c| !' due attendance will i "'" the undersigned glv81 " iff 6 ' 1 thiS 2?Ul (lay °f Sheriff -Blythe.ZS^S^ Plaintiffs Attorney. ' To Study IJeauty Culture — Vcra Biginjjs leaves this wee] Tuesday for St. Louis 1'or an ex tended stay with her aunt, Mrs. C Bunch, and will take a course i beauty work there.. Four lo Masonic lianciuct — The Kov. Win. Baddeley, O. S. Lund, J. L. Lichty, ami John Voss attended a Masonic banquet ait Kuglo Grove lost Thursday night. Other Lu Verue News. Ewln Koch, iteaoher of the Lutheran paroidhial school, attended a (three-day conference oC teachers at l^ort Dodge last week. airs. George Dletzel, Spencer and her children spent last week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peltzke. Gonevieve Hlgtfiiis, Fort Dodg-e, spent last week with her grand- •days with Mrs. Mawdsley's ents at -Reinbeck. par- oes Your Home Need a New Roof? If so we are prepared to show you the Mule Hide line of Asphalt Slate Coated Shingles, or if you desire a good shingle roof we are pleased to talk this matter over with you. F. S. Norton & Son CALL 229 I HAVE LEASED THE FORMER JIMHOE NEVILLE STORE ROOM ON THE NORTH SIDE OF STATE STREET. BEFORE I MOVE I WANT TO SELL AS MUCH AS POSSIBL TO SAVE MOVING COSTS. I AM PASSING THIS iSAVING ON TO YOU IN THE BIGGEST VALUE EVENT I HAVE EVER OFFERED IN A L SAL Buy Your Paints at 30 to 40 per cent Savings Tires Paints Batteries Auto Accsssories Motor PENNOLENE Motor Oil 39c gallon S. E. A. 30c, your container 4-Hour VARNISH Gal. 4 hr. varnish, gal. 89c CLOTHES PINS z PER DOZEN Spark Plugs, 24c Harness oil, in your own container, DQtf* gallon w*II* Pails, 13 qt. 19c Wash Tubs large siz. 69c Light House Cleanser, per can ________________ Soap Chips, 5 Ib. pkg ---------------Hard Water Cocoa Soap, re. lOc size, now, bar ____ Water pails, 13 1-2 qt Mop Sticks Interior Gloss liffh Grade inter. I or gloss enamel for practically the cost of flat irnll paint, sold regularly at $3.25 per gal. Sale price $1.74 gallon Lower Tire PRICES 30x3 1-2 0. S $2.88 29x440-21 $3.57 30x450-20 $3.57 29x450-20 $3.79 0 , , ,. , 28x475-19 $3.89 31x4 high pressure Tires $6.95 32x4 high pressure Tires __•___ $7 45 30x3 1-2 red molded Tubes p c Red heavy molded Tubes, 440x21, 475x21 I~~88c Heavy truck Tubes, 32x6, regular $3.65. ~rt» A~-vn Sale price 3fc« (%j 30x5 heavy Truck Tubes ___ _ "_""""_ _$j 95 Storage Battery $2.93 Exchange 3c 25c .3c SJ) C B Batteries, supreme quality . Regular $1,19. Removal sale, each _. Heavy Duty Batteries, now only Dry cell C Batteries, each $1.39 Forks and Shovels — 3-tine Forks 4-tine Forks 5-tine Forks Axes, 3 1-2 Ibs. Scoop Shovels, No. 10 Scoop Shovels, No. 12 98c 95c| Keystone House Paint <£ 1 Q *7 1>ER «PJ..OS GALLON iu 5 gal. lots. Thousands of homes need paint You cannot afford to let your property get into bad shape when you can buy house paint for so little money. These low prices on Keystone House Paint are for this sale only Keystone House paint, 1 gal. $1,49 Don't Miss These Kalsomine, 5 Ib. pkg. 39c 100 per cent pure Penn Motor " Oil, gal Why pay 30c a qt ?~ ROPE Ford Timers _ _ oo., Seat Covers ___ Chick Feeders 7" Paint Brushes 8c"«id"u 1-2 in. rope, 50 ft 5-lb. can Cup Grease II GENERATORS Complete generators, fully guaranteed. Ford "T", ex. $2.79 Ford "A", ex. $3.4.9 Chev., ex. $3.50 Linseed Oil Very best 89c gallon •"• ' •••••• _ SALE STARTS THURSDAY MORNING J arn Paintl 94c gallon in 5-gul. lots House Paint, white only, gal. -fl Porch and Floor Paint, qt. — $ Johnson's Wax, 1 Ib. can ^' Flat Wall Paint, qt. ® Interior Gloss, qt. _ 59( Wagon Paint, qt. 6Sl Bike Tires 26 or 28 in Si oS' Roller Skates, pair — ": Flash Light Batteries - -* Light Bulbs, 50 or 60, 3 for -J* Joe Bloom, Mgr. Algona, la, Tractor Oil S. A. E. 50c or GOc. 44C*" Your container.

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