Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 26, 1937
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PAGE! FOUR Cummings New Fall Wash Dresses $1.00 New Flowers Brighten up with these new colorful flowers. 5c lOc For cold weather Snuggies Tuck stitch vests and panties 19c each Ladies' Dress Gloves B^ine fabrics, all sizes and colors 29c to 79c a pair Ladies' Slips Rayon knit, guaranteed sag proof. $1.00 Ladies' lined Leather Gloves Pigskin or cape $1.39 Pair Mittens, Gloves For boys and girls Jersey, wool, leather 15c to 59c Girls' heavy Rayon Bloomers Sizes 4 to 14 20c, 25c Pair I - SPECIAL - FIXE SOFT-CEXTER ASSORTED CHOCOLATES 2Oc Pound Men's flannel Gloves lOc Pair Men's part wool Fancy Socks 19c Pair 50 One Day Wednesday, October 27 The nationally famous "Gordon Ferguson" fur coats will be on display at our store this one day at special prices. This is a splendid opportunity to select a guaranteed quality fur coat at a really worth-while saving. Christensen Bros.Co, Night Football Friday Evening OCTOBER 29 ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL — vs- CLARION HIGH SCHOOL Game begins at 8 p. m. Admission: Adults 35c, students 25c Colwell's Live Stock AUCTION Friday, October 29 1:80 P.M. Fair Grounds, Algona Sale Every Friday Our last sale held October 22 was very good. Had a nice variety to select -from, not so large a crowd, owing to corn-husking season, but the men who wanted cattle were there. We do not expect the sales to be large for the next two weeks, but judging from the past experience we will have stock to sell and buyers to buy, so if you wish to dispose of any stock send them in. You will be treated o. k. whether here or not. Sell either by weight or by the head as you desire. Settlements promptly. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. COLWELL BROS., Aucts. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk. Barn Plione 398. COUNTY ADVANCE), ALQONA. JOWA THEO, FABER, 59, DIES SATURDAY OF BRAIN CLOT Widely Known Farm er Succumbs at His Farm Home. Theodore Faber, 59, died Saturday evening at his home near West Bend. The cause of death was a blood clot on the brain. He had aeen in a Rochester hospital from September 29 till a week ago Monday, when he was brought home. Funeral services were held this morning (Tuesday) at St. Peter ind Paul's Catholic church, West Bend Father P. M. Dobberstein of- •iciallng, and burial was made in a West Bend cemetery. Six nephews were pallbearers: Alvin, Joseph, ind Alfred Faber, all of St. Joe; .'ictor Frideres, Wesley, Edward Cischen, Algona, and Marvin Eichen, St. Benedict. Mr. Kaber was born December 12, 877, at St. Joe, and in January, !)OG, he was married to Margaret Hischen, West Bend. The family as lived ever since on the farm oar West Bend. They are five living children, nil at home but one. A boy, 15, died in 3927 of leakage of the heart. The ,?on Melvin lives south of Algona, and at home are George, Caroline, Mildred, and Adeline. Besides the widow and children, Mr. Faber is survived by three sisters: Mrs. John Frkicros, St. .Toe- Mrs. Phil Roethler, Algona; Mrs'. Jos. Wilger, St. Benedict; and four ! brothers: John, West Bend: Matt, i St. Jfle; Henry, Casselton, N. D- 'and Joseph, Rodman. There are two sisters deceased and two living grandchildren. WILLIAM NEUROTH DIES AT HOSPITAL William Neuroth, 53, died Saturday night at the General hospital, following four weeks of pneumonia. He was in the hospital only four days. Peritonitis set in, causing death. Funeral services were held this morning (Tuesday) at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Father. Ahmann officiating, and burial was made in the local Catholic cemetery. • Mr. Neuroth was born June 29, 1884, at Haverhlll, la., married there January 29, 1907, to Teresa Cunkle. They farmed In Kossuth thereater till a year and a half ago, when they moved to Algona and Mr. Neuroth took up WPA work. Mr. and Mrs. Neuroth would have celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary in January. Mr. Neuroth is survived by his widow; three sons, Raymond, Victor, and Florine, at home; and five daughters: Mrs. Russell Hard- jrove, Spencer; Mrs. Willemena. Erdman Algona; Mrs. Magnus Rahm, St. Benedict; Mrs. Howard Fcrrigan, Williams; and Pauline, at home. Pauline and Florine are academy students. Alfrotiinn College Reporter. Mitchell, S. D., Oct. 19—Orval Hancgan, fres/man at Dakota Wesleyan university, is now reporter on the staff ow the Phreno Cosmian, Wesleyan's student weekly publication, having been appointed by Editor Clyde Phillips. School Nurse Here on the Program at Webster City Meet r A public health nursing conference will be held at Webster City this week Friday, a school for nurses In north central Iowa, cooperating with a division of public health nursing in the state department of health. Antoinette Bonn- stettor, Algona, will lend a discussion on generalized nursing service for county and school nurses. Other topics to be discussed will be school nursing; mental hygiene programs for schools; tuberculosis co-operation program; venerlal disease information ns related to the school health program; tecnhlqiie of school Inspection; and record reports and narratives, * Paul Rosewall Wed to a Chicago Girl Word has been received of the marriage of Paul Rosewall, Chicago, to Cecilo Loemhuls at a Lutheran church a week ago Friday evening. The bridegroom Is the youngest son of Mrs. Mario Rosewall here, and he was graduated from the local high school. He Is now manager of a publishing house. The newlyweds are making a wedding trip to Miami, Flu., and Cuba, and will also visit Paul's brother Oscar, a college instructor at New Orleans. CASK FROM DANCE T.O AID ICE POND PLANS The Junior Chamber of Commerce met Thursday evening at the Legion hall, and plans were made for an opening fall dance at the hall this week Thursday. Tickets are. being sold by members at 76c a couple. Unescorted women will be admitted free. The Algona rhythm club will furnish music. It was voted to have ' the soft water pond flooded by the firemen for skating, to provide snow fences, to build a shack, and to Install lights. The business meeting was followed by a dutch lunch and game*. Chas. '"ill « T, • E. '''rnciobor;" Burnadinn. T ', cr H jWldron. hov h °\ 0Ir f« former IITIIO \r s ' ' •'?«»; "• »» ,S'? Olmrlo, ,,„,„. ^k.j ,, " 0 lalV i 'I . lc * lftlc &Sj Mrs. C. Paul Carlson entertained Itho Presbyterian Missionary society at a Guest day tea Thursday, and 135 women attended. Mrs. George St. John had tharge of the program, and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks led clcvotionals. Bandages were made for the White Cross. Assisting hostesses Avere Mesdames Fairbanks. Frank Geigel, and C F Specht. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilbride entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Phaff, Mr. and Mrs Charles Finley, all of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bradfield, of Austin, Minn., Mrs. Julia Benson, Mr. and Mrs. James Allen, and Mrs. Millie Van Allen, all of Algona. HOSPITALS KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Oct. 18—Mrs. John Wagner, of Bodr. medical; Mrs. George Becker, St. Joe. boy. Oct. 19—B. E. Grinnell, Algona, medical. Oct. 20—John Cosgrove, Titonka. medical; Mary Catherine Stout (4 mos.), Swea City, burns from hot water. Oct. 21—Harry Bcrgnen, Titonka, appendectomy; Roy Ollom, Hurt, runtured nicer. Oct. 23—Herberet Schmidt, Algona, .medical. Oct. 24—Mrs. Ewold Zuetlaw, of Whittemore girl; Mrs. Russell Cook, Algona, girl; Mrs. Harry Rahm, Dodge Center, Minn., surgical. Oct. 25—Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt, of Lone Rock, boy. There were seven babies at the. hospital Monday. The hospital floors in the second and third stories have been covered with inlaid linoleum costing over ?600. The linoleum is light- colored and adds much to the ap- ph io{£? TR 4 CTOR i ,.-Plume 12P3J even,nB 8 . - ' j WELL DRILLING A SPECIALTY. —Guy Beemer, Lakota, phone ;0 ^ 9pol-52-7 | FOR SALE—TEAM MARES, good workers, weight 2700.—Wm. Du- ram - lOpC FOR SALE — SIX REGISTERED Hampshire rams. — Claude Seeley, Algona, 3JF21. the choicest in Kossuth county, full set of farm buildings, close to market, church and school, Corwith; on good gravel road, needs only little more drainage; in high state of fertility; already well financed with "government loans" transferable to purchaser. Illinois owners want to settle among selves and will sell for $125.00 per acre.— See. H. D. Hutchins, "Over Barry's," Algona. 6&8 ^ i FOR SALE—PUREBRED POLAND China boars, vaccinated. — Art ; Blocker, Bancroft. llp5-G I FOR SALE—A FEW CHOICE PO- ! j land China boars. — Henry J. ! i Hauptly, Wesley. llp3-6 | JMcOORMICK - DEERING CORN i | picker in good shape. Make me ion offer.—H. M. Cohvell. lljuG FOR SALE — THOROUGHBRED \ Poland China boars, vaccinated.! —Roy Wiseman, Wesley. 10p4-S j e FOR SALE—50 HEAD OF FALL i and spring Hampshire boars.—i Joseph Skow, Wesley. 13p4£C FOR SALE — CHESTER WHITE , hours; cholera immune. Farmers' prices.—Aaron Taylor, Burt. 12p6-7 FLOOR SANDING, FINISHING; I best equipped.—Cowan Building (Supply Co., phone 275. llpl-15 1 FEW CHOICE POLAND CHINA boars for sale.—Jess Dugan, V 2 mile west and half mile south of 18p4-6 WANTED — HATCHERY FLOCKS of the heavy breed. Will nay lOc ! dozen above market at Bancroft or I Titonka.—Hamilton Hatchery, Ban- ' croft - 20(2)6-7 SHROPSHIRE, OXFORD, DIRSET, and Southdown rams, mostly yearlings. Berkshire, Poland China, Duroc Jersey spring boars, the easy-feeding kind. Come, see them. —Ben Studer, Wesley. 25(2)3tf; CHOICE FARMS FOR SALE—j Highly fertile, both improved and usmiproved. Would-be farm owners LIST YOUR REQUIREMENTS WITH US and we will try to find • what you want. OUR BUSINESS; IS TO BRING SELLER AND BUYER TOGETHER; also to help fi-i nance the purchase of farms for i new owners. — H. D. Hutchins, j "Over Barry's," Algona. 6&8 | FARM FOR SALE—188 acres, one ! mile east of Lakota, la., withj splendid churches and schools; i Webster-Clarion soil, highly fertile, fair set of buildings. Most of the farm lies outside the high-taxing district. Owner wants to consolidate his properties and will let this go AT A BARGAIN PRICE.— See H. D. Hutchius, "Over Bar• ry's", Algona. 6&8 FOR SALE CHEAP—ONE Standard Approved oil-burner complete with tank and equipment. Also one 1932 dual wheel Chevrolet truck with brand new box. Reasonable terms.—Phone 55, or see Western Credit Company. 33utf FARM FOR SALE — 157 ACREsT, Webster silty clay loam; one of 4.95 Good looking shoes help your appearance more than !you imagine. These two styles are unusually trim. Exclusive Agency for Bed Cross Shoes Christensen Bros, Shoe Dept. On Your Winter ^ CU8 at Chri^tpn<5pn ? « ALGONA'S MOST ai V^UliStCIi&CIl fc COMPLETE STORE Stylish Winter Coats IX EVERY SIZE FOR EVERY AGE You'll make no mistake in choosing your coat from our immense stock. We have through careful choosing the finest and most complete- showing of coats we have ever displayed. Tailored Coats—Fur Trimmed Coats "Hudson Seal" Plush Coats—in the newest styles—all of guaranteed quality—moderately priced. HBVUJ WE HAVE REMEMBERED THE LITTLE TOTS TOO Warm things to wear for comfort—Dainty tilings suitable for gifts—Practical things for every day needs. We boastfully say that we think we have everything in our infants' department one could wish for. When in need of something' for a baby or little tot think of our infant's department / "Dorothy Perkins" Toilet Goods $1.00 Treatment Set $1.00 box Face Pwdr «2.00 value all for $1.00 Curtains You may choose from an excellent showing- of ruffled, cottage sets or lace panel curtains during this event for 98c Sleeping Pajamas Novelty tuck stitch two piece pajamas in natural and pastel colors in Misses and Ladies' sizes for Extra Qm-.lify Blankets These part wool blankets are of extra size and extra weight in pretty block plaid pattern's for $3.98 English Prints During this special event we offer our new stock of "Invader" finest quality prints for Paiamas *p& Snow Suits for outdoor comfort Two and three piece snow and ski suits in all sizes for Infants, Children, Juniors, Misses and Ladies. Gay colors in clever styles that have made this dept. one of the busiest in our entire store. AH Wool Fabrics Yet Moderately Priced the season's most popular fabric in ladies, misses anci children's sleeping pajamas Long and short sleeve styles for 89c Woolens New colors and new weaves in 54 inch suitable for dresses Silk—Wool THAT HAVK EVERYTHING Our special trip to the Chicr.fro style center has brought to our dress department the smartest array of dresses \ve have ever shown. To SIK-. them i< to wunt them $1.79 Union Suits Children's part wool union suits in styles —^short sleeves ankle length — short sleeves knee length— in sizes 4 to 14. Val- lues to $1.75 for 98c Quilh'd Bed Pads An excellent qimlity G4:-:76 inch size (jui.'t- ed bed pnd suitable in size for double beds. $1.79 Warm Blankets For Cold Nights Our blankets were bought several months ago Ing ITyoTV 3 ™^^ 11 We are P"". stock is of a guaranteed perfect quality. Compare Before You Buy! Greater Values (JlBargdirBasement As We Sell Guaranteed Quality At Lower Prices Winter Coats Guaranteed quality, stylish Winter Coats for Misses and Women— with fur collars or without— each coat nas a guaranteed lining. Wonderful values at $ 14.98 ( Comforter , Batts Large comforter size white stitched batts. at 69c Warm Blankets and Comforters 98c $ 1.98 $ 3.50 & UP Outing Flannel Heavy quality 36 in light and dark colors, reg. I9c quality at 15c Silk - Wool Dresses Wonderful values in silk and wool dresses in Misses and Women's sizes in the wanted styles and colors. There are dresses i on our racks that are original values to •*• For quick selling we offer them at $ 2,98 $ 3.98 $ 4. Rayon Bloomers Ladies' heavy qua i. «y rayon bloomers. Full cut. Children's Sweaters Attractive styles in fine wool sweaters. Sizes 8 to 14. at 98c Bed Spreads Large double bed size spreads in several colors. at $1.29 Silk and Wool Hose AJivfi/w New winter colors size 9%, 10 and 10 at59c See Our Window Cards Christensen See 0«r Window Card*

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