Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1937 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 26, 1937
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S, 1937. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE THRE1 AN EXPLANATION I customers at the. store keep asking about the lark mark over my'eye." To all parties concerned I fill say it Is <»• blrth mark. On, my way to Chicago lot week I got 'into the wrong berth on the sleeper. Rnt to Chicago without any further mishaps and Vt my J ewisn frlend > Harr y Kalvon. The first thing he asked me was how much nn&y I could spare. I told him I never carried money but would give him a check that would IBS-in a' 1 the banks until it got to Algona. He had nearly $6,000.00 worth of goods set aside r me. The first thing he offered was 45 dozen .waters. Men's women's and children's, worth at (holesale from $9.00 to $18.00 a dozen. 800 a dozen for them, but I finally go them at. 50 It is one of the best buys I ever made. Next as BO dozen hockey caps, regular wholesale price, 150. I g°t them at $2.25 a dozen. Then came 62 dozen children's mittens, all sizes, 111 colors^ in brushed wool. It took a heart to heart Silk to get these for $1.50 a dozen. My little friends t going to have warm hands this winter whether W have 15c' or not". " Next on the program was 74 teen all-wool neck scarfs. I remembered paying a hireling man $4.50 a dozen for the same scarfs from he same mill so-I took them at $3.00 a dozen with- ut making much of a fuss. Then to the basement irtiere there were 200 pairs of boys' and youths' [-buckle overshoes, men's mud rubbers, and 300 i" en children's cotton hose. This came near being [ fist-fight, but I got them all. [ Lunch time—a highball—a' good beeffiteak, and _iack to work. From there on it was this, that, and Iiiother. Men's underwear, dress shirts, neckwear, |dd pants, ladles' scarf sets, snuggles, ladies' silk lose, and so on'and so on. j Five o'clock I was through and ready for home. nevcr stay in Chicago over night. It is too expensive and I am afraid of the tall buildings. On the Ira'in I met "an old flame. A .girl I used to go with BO years ago.' At that time she was with the An- Hrews Opera Co. and Tommy Ryan and I were run- feing a black face minstrel show. We had a ve'ry nice visit. She lives at Peoria -nd wanted me to stay over, Peoria is a nl ,ce town Ifo visit in, but I was afraid people in Algona would Kind it out so, believe it or not, came right .straight [home. iJitnmie Neville THE SHOE MAN FARMER NEAR LAKOTA HURT; HORSE KICKS m iously uct. 25 — Lars of town farmer, wns ser- mjurcd a week aco Frirtiv when a horse kicked him in the icp.d injuring hu jaw and knqck- in« out several teeth. Ho was found "" son Lester lying behind the m «n unconscious condi- Hc w;w taken to the hospital Tf'llrt f *i:~ i ._; i i lion. at Buffalo Cenlr. improved. r aiid is repotted Honor Iloll is I'ostotl— The first six weeks honor roll in high school follows: freshman, Maynard Koppen and Elaine Rahm- stock; sophomores, James Ley, I' red Tamen, Dale Jacobson, Lola Schrneder and Pete Wallers; juniors, Paul Ukona, Patrica REORGANIZE FENTON TWP.'S FARM BUREAU Ponton, Oct. 25— A Farm Bureau meeting was held at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel's Thursday evening, the purpose oeing to get the people of the township interested in the work. A Mr. Steinbrock, Forest City, and G. W. Bleich, Burt, county chairman, told the advantages, and Lucille Pepoon, county H. D. A., gave a talk on 4-H club work and a Farm Bureau woman's club which she hopes to organize soon. Officers for the township were elected: E. C. Weisbrod, chairman; Amos Finnestad, secretary; Peter Christensen, treasurer. The next meeting will be held at Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod's November 18. Following the meeting Mrs. Newel served oyster stews, cake, and coffee. Attending besides the speakers were Mr. and Mrs. Christensen, Mr. and Mrs, Will Christen- Wood-! Mr. , | worth, Viola Thavos, Adele Jacobson, Edna Leslie Esther Buckols, and Katherlne Berschman;,seniors, Kathorlne Powers, Margaret Schroeder, Elizabeth Rahmstock, I Edwin Christ, Arlene Heelkuid, Maxine Griese, Mildred Halvorson, and Phyllis Jacobson. Attend Mco.ting st Hurt— Mcsdames, 0. H. Prerking, R. L. Williams T. E. Wortman, J. E. Tel- George kamp. Alvln Rippentrop, Ennen, W. E. Gutknecht, Emma Gutknecht, and Jerry Heetland attended a women's missionary meeting at Burt last week Tuesday, and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht gave a talk on one. of tlio five divisions, preaching. This meeting was a centennial celebration of the Presbyterian foreign missionary work and proved inspiring. IChemacol Processed coal gives an easily con- Ifrolled fire and cuts down on trips to the furnace. [The genuine is identified with round tags. PEERLES •quires no breaking up, no constant fussing while burning. %edient to damper control. Very little ash. An old favorite, 6 recommend it highly. Order it Chemacol Processed. [Try a load of Botsford's Peerless today BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. PHONE 256 IECORD BREAKER IN SPEED and LUXURY lABQUETTE . ...to CHICAGO I faster than previous train schedules. The Milwaukee Road's MARQUETTE fcw standards of speed with comfort Every car air-condittoned-n>aaou8 frlounge coaches; qafe-pwlor-solarium car with duung car service. •ous hot luncheon* lor only S0£ dinner 65£ Buffet service. ues on The Milwaukee Road make U cheaper than driving. Park your » with your oar at the nearest Milwaukee Road station stop and climb a a fast Milwaukee Road train. ,,SiSi Coi SJ oux CONDENSED SCHEDULES 6pm Bpm Dally 10:45 pm 11:28 pi ll:57pm 12:50 ia 1:22 am 2:40 cm 2:46 cm =3:08 in, 3:20 pm 3:57 im «4:23 »m 5:00 am H.w Hampton Calmai Poitvill. LY. lit. LY. LY. LY. Muwttta LY. Pralri* du Cat* Lv. Wauuka Lv. ' • Bo§cob«l Lv. Lone Rock Ax. Maiomani Ar. Madlnn Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lv. Lv. Daily 4:25 am 3:43 am 3:16 am 2:21 am 1:38 am 1:00 am 12:48 em a 12:25 am 12:11 am ll:35pm all:llpm 10:43 pm Dally 9:20 am 8:31 am 8:01 am 7:15 am 6:33 am 5:30 am SS 5:10 am 6:06 »m 6:44 am 8:30 am Lv. Ar. Ar. AT. "y« 8:30 am Ar ChKW. 1 - v ' •PI Sunday {Sunday Only a—Conditional Slop ^ b—Train l»av«VWwortn 7:20 pnvla MILWAUKEE s * PAUL / For lurthar infonnotion. and tiek»t» •«« y° u ' loc< " itioni MlLWAUKEEROAD [Window Glass -AT- Lussrs Aiil Hazniir Clears $G2— The Methodist Aid society held its annual bazaar and chicken supper at the church last week Wednesday afternoon and evening. There was an apron and fancy work booth, pantry and candy booths, and the women cleared $62. Mrs. A. T. Buckels will be hostess to the Aid at a business meeting Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Heiter, and Mrs. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. George Jentz, Mr. and Albin .Nelson, their children, Mr. and Mrs. Finnestad, Mrs. E. J. Frank, Theodore Mueller, William Elmers, Roy Osborn, and W. Yager. I Whittemore Mrs. Ed Telcamp Ilome — Herbert, Furst took his sister, Mrs. Ed Telcamp, to her home at Blairsburg a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Telcamp has been in a wheel chair since her operation for appendicitis last summer, and has been with a sister near Buffalo Center since leaving the hospital. Attend Bancroft Funeral- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen and son Orville, Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Mrs. Emory Smith, Lakota, and Mrs. Bob Clemans, Titonka, attended the funeral of Dr. Ed A. Howe at Bancroft a week ago Monday. Mr. Howe was a relative of the A. Q. Smiths. Other Lakota News. Mrs. Addie Seymour, San Diego, Calif., who had spent a few days with the Robert Smiths near Blue Earth, slopped here for a 'few days visit with friends last week. She expects to return to California this week. The Methodist Sunday school board held a monthly meeting at i Louis Hanson's a week ago Monday evening and despite rain the supr.r.intciulont, secretary, several teachers and the pastor. were present. Nelson Tokelson, Glenbury, N. n., spent, part of last week visiting the Wai-burtons. His wife and her Mr. Rochleau, William and Geo. Fan del and Tom Ford attended an A. A. A. meeting at Sioux City last week. » Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett attended a buttermaker's meeting of Section 6 at the Albert Granzow home in Algona Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elbert are parents of a girl born Wednesday. They have one other child, a boy. Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Walker, Algona, visited at Arthur Heidenwith's here Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert anc Mr. and Mrs. P. W. P. Kollasch ieft a week ago Sunday morning for Anthony, Kans., where -Mrs. Elbert and Mr. Kollasch hope to ge relief from asthma at the Dolan Sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McGovern are parents of a girl born Wednesday. The Rev. and Mrs. Kabelitz, of .Fenton are parents of a girl born Tuesday evening at the local hospital. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett, son Bud August Vaudt, Joe Loebach, and Frank Kollasch, attended a meeting of the State.Brand Creameries at Mason City last week Tuesday. Mrs. Elmo Barber entertained a number of children at her home Thursday afternoon in honor of her son Dickie's sixth birthday. Games were played and a delicious lunch was served. The Y. P. S., of St. Paul's Lutheran church, held its monthly social in the school basement Thursday evening. Cards were playec and lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hahn and son Cedar Rapids, are visiting the former's parents, the F. 0. Halms. Teachers H. W. Behnke and P L. lessen, of the local Lutheran school,sand William Schmiel, of the Lotts Creek Lutheran school teach er's conference at Yorktown from Tuesday till Friday. • Mrs. Werner Braatz and family and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith visited at Henry K-rueger's at West Bend Wednesday. Mrs. Krueger had the misfortune to fall some time ago and break her ankle, but is reported as getting along nicely at this ANNOUNCING A Complete Display of 1938 Armstrong Linoleum We are now receiving shipments of 1938 Armstrong linoleums and floor coverings, the very best in pattern, style, and durability. A r m strong's Linoleums are known the world because they give wear-satisfaction. over WALL PAPER Our 1938 Spring wall paper patterns are now coming in. If you plan to paper this fall come In—we know that we can suit you on pattern, style, color, and price. We can make up custom-made floors from our selection of 1938 linoleums such as black and white bathroom designs, color designs for entry halls, kitchen, and dining room designs with feature strips and borders. We will be glad to give your requirements personal attention. COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO. [Northwest Iowa's Largest Selection of Paint and Wall Paper WHOLESALE AND RETAIL K. S. COWA3f, Owner. GRADY PHILLIPS, Mgr. }£ Block So. Iowa State Bank. Phone 275 JIM POOL „;,-,.- 10:20 pa «>iiect connection for Dubueju* JO pm; JaneivillB 8:03 pm mother, Mrs. Nannie Simpkins, aro i visiting hero, but will return home later. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hammer and Ellen Hammer were a week ago Sunday visitors with their parents, the Ilev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer. They drove over from Sioux City. Mrs. A, E. Ogren's sister, Mrs. Iverson, Pargo, N. D., who has been visiting here, leffr last week Tuesday for Kansas, where she will visit another sister. The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frerking visited Mrs. George Heetland at the hospital in Algona last week Tuesday and report her as improved. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith entertained several young men last week Tuesday evening in honor of their son Dwight's birthday. Mrs. .Ernest Christ, southeast of town, underwent, a major operation at the Buffalo Center hospital last week and is recovering. Postmaster and Mrs. Walter Leslie attended a county postmasters' meeting at Swea City last week Tuesday evening. •Mesdames R. L. Williams, W. E. Gutknecht, and Delia Smith and Emma Gutknecht were at Mason City Wednesday. '"' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder attended a rural mail carriers' meeting, at Swea City last week Tuesday evening. "•Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and Mrs. C- R. Smith drove to Des Moines last week Tuesday to buy Christmas goods'. Mrs. William Alderks returned Thursday from a few days' with her daughter, Mrs. Alwin Huenhold. at Algona. Mesdames Minnie Boettcher, 'lyde Thaves, and Marcella Thaves were Mason City visitors Thursday. Peter Koppen and Otto Koppen were '• business callers at Algona last week Tuesday. Roy Worley WP,T seriously sick with flu part of last week. Several cases of hog cholera are reported in this vicinity. _ writing. Union NOTICE OF PBOBATE OF Wllfc No. 4310. In District Court, State of.Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. September term, 1937. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Mary Mawdsley, deceased, dated July 11, 1930, having been this day filed, opened and read Monday, the 8th day of November 1937, is fixed for hearing proof of sVme at the Court House n Algona. Iowa, before the PWrto Court of gald County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock ft. -TO., of the W above mentioned a 1 neraons interested are hereby notl- Sji tfnd required to apps»r, «"« •• --- they' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet, daughter Jean Marie, and Jessie Sarchet went to Fort Dodge one day last week to consult a specialist about Jean Marie's eyes. . Sayre, son of Mr. and" Mrs. 'Clair Winkle had a severe cold last week. There was no school in Dist. No. 1 while the teacher, 'Carmilla Fraser attended the funeral of ,her| grandfather, Mr. Seip. Mrs. Clifford Aalfs and her son Gary spent Thursday with the former's mother, Mrs. 'Chester Bailey. John Mahoney is picking corn for Ricker Bros. A number of farmers here decided to hand-pick their corn, after the recent snow flattened much of it. Mrs. Nick Krieps was sick abed last week. Mrs. Robert Harvey attended a meeting of the Portland Progressive club at her mother, Mrs. J. H. Zanke's, east of Burt, Thursday. The Busy Bee club was entertained by Bertha Sarchet a week ago Friday and the next day the Sarchet twins, Betty and Letty, entertained the 4-H girls. The Busy Bees will meet again thle week Friday, Mrs. Clarence Reibhoff entertaining. The Mothers, & Daughters club met at Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel's, Burt, Thursday, Mrs. Mame Hoflus, now of Gilmore City, assisting. Twenty- one women'attended. "Peace" was discussed by . Helen Vogel, and Wary Wood gave a'review Peace i With Honor, by Milne. Music was furnished by' Ruth Hodgson, Burt. lub guests were Mrs. Luella Schenck, Miss Hodgson, Mrs. Prank I^yerson, her small daughter, all of Burt, Mrs. Mabel McGinnis Algona, her small son, and Mrs, Lulu Elston, the latter of Gilmore City. The next meeting.will be on November 4, with .Minnie Sarchet and Mabel Tjaden as hostesses. bated and allowed as and for the last.Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona,' Iowa, October 8, 1937. KATHERINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson; Deputy. SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN, Attorneys. 4-6 THE ADVANCE writer ribbons. SELLS TYPE tl Four Good Clothes Values at 4 Outstanding Prices Colorizing personalities with NEEDLES Fruit of the Loom SHIRTS . . . whether you are a brunette, blond, grey haired or a red head. If your complexion ig .fair, ruddy or saUow . . . we have just the right color combinations to colorize your personality. Look your best this fall ... we'll be glad to help yo.u. Haw your •personality colorized. 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