Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1937 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 19, 1937
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, I»AOB potto mmummfi FOB SALE Certified Seed Corn IOWA HYBRID 931 jOrders taken now, $6.00 per bushel. Edge Drop graded and treated. For two weeks will still have some in ear at $3.50 per 85 pounds. OSCAR ENGSTROM Phone 1F22, Renwick, Iowa §4 mi. north of Boone twp. Center school. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA TUESDAY. TRACTOR SUPPLIES We carry a supply of tractor tire chains, ball and .roller bearings, clutch plates, and radiator cores. See us when yon are in need of above supplies. GREENBERG Auto Supply Phone 118 No longer does the delivery of coal mean a dust begrimed home. Chemacol, the little helper, enforces dustless deliveries. PEERLESS In easily handled sizes, gives "big chunk" satisfaction. No other coal just like it. Holds fire for hours. Requires very little attention and leaves very little ash. Try a load of Botsf ord's Peerless today BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. PHONE 256 JIM POOL When Better Buys In Used Cars Can Be Offered Maxwell Motors Will Do It SPECIALS Red Hot Buys For This Week These Are A Few—We Have Others Two '31 CHEVROLET TOWN SEDANS 6 wire wheels and 6 good tires, heater, trunk 1935 PLYMOUTH DELUXE TUDOR Built in trunk, with 28,000 miles. See owner 1934 PLYMOUTH FORDOR, Special Karl-Keen trunk, 18,000 miles. See owner. 1934 FORD V-8 TUDOR, $295.00 A dandy, with trunk. 1936 OLDS TUDOR, like new 1930 CHEVROLET COUPE, $110 1929 STD. BUICK COUPE, $100 1930 FORD TUDOR, GOOD SHAPE 1937 CHRYSLER ROYAL SEDAN With radio, heater, new car guarantee. Our 1938 Plymouths Are Here And The Used Cars Have To Go ! Maxwell Motors Corner State and Jones BURT CHURCH IS HOST TO DISTRICTMEET Burl, Oct. 18—This week Tuesday a fall district meeting will be held at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Paul Shedd, Rockwell City district chairman, and her husband, the Rev. Paul Shedd, were to be entertained at the Mrs. L. D. Hodgson home. They were friends of Ruth Hodgson when they all attended Coe college. S. S. Class Jfamcs Officers— The Fidelia Sunday school class had a party in the Methodist church dining room Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lillian Sigler, Mrs. Merle Richards, and Lurena Wessel were hostesses. The class elected the following officers: Mrs. M. M. Chipman, president; Mrs. O. H. Schmidt, vice; Mrs. J. D. Graham, secretary-treasurer. Lurena Weasel is teacher of the class, and Mrs. L. E. Roetman, assistant. Algonian at Hardware Store— H. L. Sauerman returned to his home at Sigourney Thursday, after Having had charge of the Staehle hardware for a week or so. Air. Sauerman is educational director at the CCC camp at Sigourney. Anthony Stoeffel, Aigona, has charge of the hardware till Mr. Staehle is able to return from the veterans' hospital in Des Moines, where he is receiving treatment. Woman's Club Has Party— The Woman's club met this Monday evening with Mrs. K. J. Smith and Mrs. H. O. Buell. The program included a round table, The Most Definite Change in Public Thought I've Noted, conducted by Alice Eighrne, and a book study, Rich Land, Poor Land, by Stuart Chase, by Mrs. O. H. Graham. Attend Lodge Conventions- Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, delegate to the Rebekah assembly from Dist. No. 5, and E. 0. Chipman representative to the Grand Lodge, went to Des Moines Monday to attend the Rebekah assembly and I. O. 0. First School Honor R6U Is Announced at Ottosen Ottosen, Oct. 18—The first six weeks honor roll of the Ottoeen high school and junior high follows: seniors, Leo Wehrspann and Connor Starln; juniors, Gladys Lovig; sophomores, Maurice Satern, Gladys Satern, Agnes Haug; freshmen, Mavis Holt, Mary Jano Hoflus, Marilyn Kinseth, Shirley Kineeth; eighth grade, Alt Lee,. La Vonne Hansen; seventh, Calvin Jacobson, Jean Ann Jacobson. P. T. A. Meeting is Held— The P. T. A. held a meeting Tuesday evening at the high school auditorium, and the following program was given: Play," Curses One Night, cast: Mrs. W. P. Truesdell, John M'cClellan, Kenneth Stephenson, Mrs. Oliver Christensen, and Joe Longseth; and tap dancing, Faye and Mae Van Buskirk. 0. P. C. H»s Program— The 0. P. C. met at Mrs. Douglas Olson's Thursday afternoon. Roll call was favorite radio program; group singing, Santa Lucia; scripture, Psalm II, Mrs. Gertrude Jft- cobson; lesson, Ether Education, Mrs. Edith Richards; special music; readers digest, Mrs. Aman- being and F. Grand Lodge meetings held there this wji.ek. Other Buift News. James Madden, of Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moody, Waterloo, visited from Thursday to Friday at R. F. Hawcott's. Mrs. Madden is Mrs. Hawcott's brother, and Mrs. Moody is her niece. Friday .Mrs. Hawcott accompanied them to Mrashall and Lynd, Minn., where they visited other relatives till the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Madden, Haifa, kept house at the Hawcott home during Mrs. Hawcott's absence. Mrs. Maude Hanna and niece, 'AIJMOST EVERY DAY SOMEONE comee to buy a package of the Advance's thin yellow second sheets for letter copies. da Reese; hobby, hostess. Birthday Stir/prise Given— A few neglhbors and friends surprised Mrs. Erich Dohl at her home Wednesday evening In.honor of her 55th birthday. The evening was spent socially, and a delicious lunch was se-rved. Mrs. Dahl received many beautiful gifts. Other Ottosen News. The Federated district meeting was held at Rake last week Tuesday. Those from the Ottosen Lutheran Aid attending were Mrs. Sarah Storesund, Mrs. Henry Lovig, Martha Eliingson. Mrs. Clifford Landers attended the district Auxiliary meeting ' In Fort Dodge Wednesday. •Mrs. Percy Stone and son, West Bend, visited her 'mother, Mrs. Ole Knutson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson and daughters spent .Sunday visiting at Grand Junction. Erick Dahl and son Oscar were Fort Dodge business callers last week Tuesday. The public school will have two weeks corn picking vacation starting Monday. Dorothy McDonald, spent the weekend with Mrs. Hanna's sister, Mrs. Elmer Nelson at Ames. Alice Eighnie accompanied them and went on to Des Moines. Lenore. Bollie also went with them and went on to her home at Madrid. Mrs. L. D. Hodgson and daughters Esther and Ruth took Mrs. Myra Watkins to Spencer Thursday, where her, son met her and took her to ,his' home at Storm Lake for a visit before she returns to her home at Fort Madison. She had spent several weeks here. Mrs. 0. H. Graham and Mrs. L. H. Schenck attended an eighth district conference of the Legion Auxiliary at Fort Dodge last Wednesday. Mr. Graham and Mr. Schenck attended the evening meeting. Mrs. William Gorman and her sister, Mrs. R. W. Hayward, and little son, Chicago, visited Wednesday at W. P. Kearn's in Ringsted. Sunday they went back with them for a few days visit. Dr. M. I. Lichter and R. J. Hammerstrom drove to Sioux City Thursday and Doctor Lichter attended a veterinarians' convention, Mr. Hammerstrom visiting his mother. The Rev. G. H. Wessel and C. B. Huffman returned Wednesday after several days visiting relatives and ransacting business at McGregor, Colesburg, and Rockford. Zola Giddings spent Wednesday and Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Guy Carlson, near Wesley. Joan lUcille Giddings spent the weekend at E. H. Pannkuk's. Mrs. Thoburn Speicher and son Billy returned Wednesday from Evanston 111., where they had spent a couple of weeks with Mrs. Speicher's parents. Dr. and Mrs, O. J. Moorehead, of Ritzville, Wash., spent a few days last week at the Rev. J. M. Doms home. Mrs. Moorehead and Mrs. Dome are sisters. The Golden Rule Sunday school class will hold a monthly party Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. G. H. Wessel's. Mrs. William Nelson is assisting hostess. Marie Grover and her sister, Mrs. R. M. Wallace, Aigona, and Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Buell went to Minneapolis Thursday. They returned Saturday. The Ben Evansons, Story City, spent a week ago Sunday at Myron Meinzer's and with Mrs. Clara Olson. Mrs. Paul Macauley was taken to an Aigona hospital Thursday, and was operated on for. appendicitis. Mrs. May Jones, daughter RJlla, Shabbona, 111., visited last Tuesday at the Doctor J. G. Clapsaddle's. Mrs. H. W. Manus will entertain the Birthday Circle' next week Thursday afternoon. The O. G. Schmidts, Buffalo Center, spent a week ago Sunday at Arthur Leason's. A. D. Langworthy, Van Nuys, Calif., is visiting his sister, Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg. The Fortnightly club met Thursday afternoon at Mrs. W. W. Boettcher'e. Harold Grover picked 30 acres of corn for J. W. Dorrance last week. 50 MEN RUSH HYBRID CORN CROP PICKING Corwlth, Oct. 18—John 0. Mul:ins, local hybrid seed corn producer, expects to complete gathering of the hyhrid corn within the next few days. He has 50 men employed at the present time. Mrs. Mlulins has been operating his two drying plants for the past mouth, and has plenty of corn dried and ready for shelling and grading. He has obtained the store building formerly occupied by the Isacsou general store and will use it for storing the seed. Robert "Doc" Koch, student from Ames college, is in charge of the testing, running moisture tests of the corn, as it is drying. Germination tests are also being run, and have shown pleas- Ing results. Principal Gets Advance— "Wesley Stukenburg, who has been junior high principal for four years, has accepted a position as social science instructor at the Amos Hiatt junior high school at Des Moines, and left last week Tuesday to start his work there. Ethel Bye, of Haverhill, has been employed to teach in the junior high grades here and Edith "Wilson, who has been teaching in these grades, has been made principal. last week with Mrs. C. E. Galloway. Mrs. A. R. Gardiner gave an interesting review of Golding's Day of Atonement. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson and Air. and Mrs. Floyd Masterson attended the funeral of William odfrey at Lu Verne last week. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Williams spent from Monday to Thursday last week at the state Baptist convention at Des Moines. The Thimble Circle met last week Friday with Mrs. Earl Palmer. Mrs. Otis Cook is visiting Mr. Cook at the Oakdale Sanitarium. Post-Xnptial Shower Given— A miscellaneous post-nuptial shower was given for Mrs. Donald Robinson in the Legion hall Friday by Mrs. Hazel Stephens and Mrs. Clarence Stephens. A mock wedding furnished part of the entertainment and was given by Lucille Schubert as bride, Marian Stephens groom, Geraldine Stephens, ring-bearer, and Maxine Perkins, minister. Ice cream and cake were served. Lakota Man's Foot is Broken by Rock Lakota, Oct. 18 — Last week Tuesday while Clifford Buckels and his father, A. T. Buckels, were moving some rocks on the farm southeast of town, one rolled down an incline and landed on Cliff's foot, break- ng a bone in the instep. Doctor Williams put the foot in a cast, and IHiff can walk only with crutches. This is hard luck for the Buckels family, as they expected to begin corn husking last week, and was to have operated the picker. Cliff corn Paralysis is Feared. •Burt, Oct. 18—The nine-year-old son of Mr. end Mrs. E. H. Hosse Horse Disease is Studied— Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Severns attended a district conference of veterinarians on encephalomyelitis at Eagle Grove Friday evening. A dinner was served at the Eagle Grove country club. Doctor Smith, of the Fort Dodge Serum company, and Dr. Tom Munse, of the Allied Laboratories, gave talks, and the attending doctors gave reports of experiences with the disease. Two Xew Queen Esthers— The local Queen Esthers have two new members, Jean Murr and Darlene Dean. A membership drive is on, and it is hoped that there will be several more new members before the next meeting, which will be held at Betty Scuce's the first Monday in November. Takes Plane for Florida- Mrs. Trix Osborne Curtis, Lakeland, Fla., has. arrived to visit, her mother, Mrs. Anna Oiley, who is very ill with heart trouble. Mrs. urtis made £he trip by airplane to Des Moines, where Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Erdman met her. Farewell Dinner is Given— The Corwith faculty gave a farewell dinner last week Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kee for Wesley Stu- kenburg, who left for his new work at Des Moines recently. Teachers Birthday Honored The Corwith faculty enjoyed a dinner at Dunlap'a cafe last week Tuesday evening in honor of the birthday of Miss Higgins, sixth grade teacher. Dave Johnsons Quarantined— The Dave Johnson family has been quarantined for scarlet fever. The small son a third grade pupil, has the disease. Other Corwith-Fairriew, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bosworth are enjoying a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Robert Roebuck, and her husband, and their son Gilbert, of Papelje, Mont. They expect to stay two weeks. Alice Joy Tfnger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed linger, underwent an operation for appendicitis last week at Mason City Mercy hospital. Mrs. Unger is staying with her. Eric Erickson and his mother, Mrs. Alice Erickson, moved the first of the week from the Wagner house to the Miller house vacated by the William Wood family. The Rev. and Mrs. Karl W. G. Hilier went to Cherokee last week and spent two days at the annual convention of the Des Moines branch of the W. F. M. S. The Corwith vicinity received its first snow of the season Friday. -'••I. BOTH /or .. engagement ring with fiery solitaire and 4 smaller diamonds . . and matching wedding ring that is set with 3 diamonds . » both for $65, and if you wish you can make arrangements to purchase them on terms. Come in and see them whether or not you are ready to buy. Borchardt's 4 BIG DAYS THIS Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat.-- October 20-21-22.23 ONE CENT BRINGS HOME THE EXTRA PACKAGE Here it the salt you h«vt (MM w«Wng for. You p«y (ht rtguUr price (or f ale and by adding only ent penny, you m«g U (he lirnt to Mock up *ndjtttjnonty. Penslar Theatrical CUamifig Cream, Full Pound fins . . , 2 lor 76c Hinkle Tablets, 100s . Epsom Salt, 16 oz. Tins Castor Oil, Tasteless . 2 for 26c 2 for 26c 2 for 26c Alco-Lin (Rubbing Alcohol) 2 for Sic Penslar AspirinTabl«ts,USP 2 for 51c Penslar Nose Drops . .. : 2 for 51 c. FOR MEN WHO SHAVE Colonial Club Shaving Cream t for .11 Colonial Club Shaving Lotion .. .1 for .11 Colonial Club Talc lot Mm V.« for .1* Colonial Club Bay Rum .S for .11 Colonial Club Lilac Vegetal .. .1 for .11 Colonial Club Razor Blades, 5*.. .'.V.S for »M '(Single Edge or Double Edge) Nelson's Brusnfree Shaving Cream... .t for .It Nelson's Shaving -Lotion S for .1* 'Nelson's Shaving Geam...- . .S for .1* Penslar Brushless Shaving Cream,, • • 8 oz. jar ; t for .11 Nelson's Lavender Water t for .11 1 >L. . '" °n *_tb«.sara« ifcoi,.;N w •an BA /> IC KeatOy Fae* Powder....! . . All typo* Cream I:;;; 1 ''-! |«rc Ti;.u« Cream... '"J ftavfy Lofton, Natural . . "l £ -fi Beauty Lotion, Brunette. . . . 'j £ "5 Hand Cream ............. «i Hand Lotion ........ .... , | '" Tonic Astringent for Dry 01 Sen- • J titiveSkin ............. .»., .,1 Special Astringent for Normal Vr '" _ OilySkin .............. ti,. „ Tissue Cream for Normal or Oily '" • NELSON'S BABY POWDER Aboratedlaldor FOR TEETH, MOUTH, GUMS Mag-Lac Tooth Paste r.......S for Antiseptine Tooth Pastt '.t for Penslar Dental Geam.....'..............t for Anliseptine Tooth Powder. .1 for Antiseptine Liquid, 16 oil t for Sodium Perborate, flavored 1 for Mag-Lac Tooth Brush. .t for Penslar Tooth Brush f for Junior Tooth Brush t for Boraline, liquid astringent, 16 ox t for FINE STATIONERY Garden Court Paper and evps., 2 for $1.01 Neba — Woven Linen Finish—24 sheets and evps. in box, 2 for 76c PcnilarPoundPaper 9 for 51e Penslar Envelope* 2 for 21c Lafayette Stationery linen or vellum finish, 60 sheets and 50 envelopes in box, 2 for 90c Quality. Rubber Goods $1.50 Hot Water Bo(He/ capacity 2 quarts, 2 for $1.51 $1.50 Fountain Syringe,, one piece Bag, extra rapid flow tube, full 2 quart capacity. 2 for $1.51 $2.00 Combination Fountain Syringe. 2 quait, 2 for $2.01 P E N S l-AR^ F A M I LY R JE IVI E D I E SM CHECK THIS LIST NQW AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE Eye Tone. fl for .M Castor Oil, 8 oz 1 for .11 ,11 Senna Leaves, 1 oz t for Castor Oil, 3 os..... 1 for .M Mineral Ai Cold Spot Com Remover ................ I (tr >N. Limbering Oil ......................... « l*t .« Maltonic ............................. t for J.M Camphorated OIL 2 oz •.. ;fl for .M Boric Acid Crystals, 4 oz t for .11 Cascara Aromatic t for .11 Eye Both .1 for .11 Pen-Ceric (Liquid Analgesic) S for .11 Boric Acid Powder (Sifter Top), 4 ozs S for .M Cascara Ext. Tablets (100) t for .41 Glycerine, 3 ozs. t for .to Soda Mint Tablets (100) 1 for .M Roche He Salt, 3 oz. tins t for .fl* Laxative Cold Breakers B for .M gar. Ped for Athlete* Foot ................... '!" Aspirin Tablets, 84. .... ................ « {•' Comp. Licorice Powder, 4 ozs ............ « {•' '» Buchu, Juniper and Palmetto PilU ......... f {*' J J Milk of Magnesia Tablets ............... S !" u Tincture Iodine, loz ..................... 8 I" '2 Mercurochrome Solution, M oz ............ « « '5 Zinc O.ide Ointment. .... ............. « Carbolic Salvo .......... . .............. * Cal-O-Mine Lotion, 16 o ............... » {•' '2 GermicidalSoap,1% Lusby's Drug Store Lets get downtoTCases T was sent by ambulance to the unl-' verslty hospital at Iowa City last week Tuesday. It was feared the boy might have infantile paralysis. The snow was very light in the morning, but grew much heavier toward evening. The Corwith Woman's club met lo keep your car from growing old too soon . . . to make it run with that wonderful smoothness and pep lt used to have when it was new pay a lot of attention to the crankcase > So drain the crankcase— NOT your pocket- with PhilUps 66 Moto? on. It meets the higher requirements of today's modem motors because it has high-Seen* ot/ineii. Refined into it by Phil5/ s ™^ taking modem process. Brides, itLffi, C nfJ? =a , nd ex l ra thrif ty- No wastefullght parts to cook out or burn out. Hence the film is tougher and longer-lasting ll 0 ! 6 ' drain and refill with 66 Motor Oil. 66 Shield. for Black 3(r a Qt. refinery-seated cans 26? a qt in bulk HARMS OIL ;*•*•< IK^rfervg IdJpb*»8P»sS«r y iceJ

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