Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1937 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 9, 1937
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE!, ALQONA, IOWA TUESDAY. Window Glass - AT LUSBY'S GLASS CUT TO FIT. GLASS PUT IN. GLASS PRICED BIGHT MANY EXCLUSIVE FEATURES MAKE THE «TTAG OF WOMEN "EVERYWHERE The ROLLER WATER REMOVER •—Maying's exclusive method of removing water from clothes, has a flexible rubber top roll and firm bottom roll. Everything evenly dry—no wet spots, no hard-to-iron wrinkles. { ia Maytag also gives you the MODEL 32 ^V one-piece, cast-aluminum tub, sediment trap, auto-type shift lever, and many other advantages. Maytags available with gasoline Multi-Motor. SEE THE NEW MAYTAG IRONER It irons everything. Saves hali your time and all the hard work.- Six models at a wide price range. Ask for 1 a free trial ironing. , Ask your dealer for a demonstration of the Maytag washer. ~*f IT DOESN'T SELL ITSELF, DON'T KEEP IT THE MAyiAG COMPANV . MANUFACTURERS « FOUNDED 1893 . NEWTON, IOWA Ex-Station :n U, YOUNGS ARE FETED BY MANY FRIENDS Corwith, Nov. 8—Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Young celobrated their 48th wedding anniversary a week ago Saturday at their 'home in Corwith Friends called throughout the day and the Youngs received 60 greetings by card and letter. Request numbers Were played for them on '.he KGLO nmilbag hour. Mr. Young was 'born at Lisbon; Mrs. Young, in La Grange county, Ind. They were married at Savannah, Mo., October 30, 1889, came to Corwith in 1900, and farmed southwest of town one year. Mr. Young was then made the first de- )ot agent for the Iowa Central at Corwith, and when the road was aken over by the M. & St. L. he ontinued as agent till four years go. when he suffered a stroke. Mrs. Young worked in the sta- ion with her husband for some •ears, and she and her husband ave gold medals awarded for 25 ears of service as operators. There are three children: Mrs. -tazel Peterson, at home; John, M. t St. L. agent at Dawson, Minn., nd Fiuley, helper at the Corwith tation. One grandson, Robert D eterson, celebrated his 7th birth- ay on his grandparents' wedding nniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Young are now both onfined to their home by poor ealth, but are able to be'up and bout the house most of the time. Vertebra Is in Girts Neck Broken in Car Upset SOLD AND SERVICED BY BJUSTROM, Algona Anx'' Plans Armistice Program— A regular meeting of the Legion Swea-Eagle Twu., Nov, 8—Adelaide and Harriett Mellky, Northrup, Minn., visited fridnds at Swea City a week ago Satul-day, and as they were driving home about 6:30 p. m., at a point two rallies north of the Swea community hall, they lights of nn on- were blinded by coming car and ditch, where the car They were taken to hospital, where it was Harriett had suffered scratches and bruises, drovb into the overturned. i Fairmont found that only a few but Adeline had a broken vertebiae in the neck. Adeline will ha-de to remain at the hospital at leas' Complication for Scald was given. Eighteen women attended, and lunch was served by the hostess. six weeks. Bnby— The four months daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Schwiiit is recovering from burns suffe when she was scalded. pected to bo brought he Kossuth hospital la •ed recently She was ex- lome from it week, but t was believed that the child had vhooping cough, so it I was necessary to stay there longer. Mble Class is Entertai Mrs. E. E. Thompson led— entertained he Builders Bible class of the 3wea City Baptist church at her lome Thursday. A reyiew of the last month's Sunday school lessons Opens Armstrong Hcnnty Shop- Mildred, daughter of O. "L. Thorson, has'opened a beauty shop at Armstrong. She was graduated from a Des Moines beauty school last summer. Other Swea-Englc. Mrs. Jessie Halverson was a guest at Tankard Carlson's Wednesday evening. The. Richard Krumms were supper guests last week Tuesday evening at Virvil Jenson's. Solomon Anderson. Frazee, Minn., was a last week guest of his brother, John A. Anderson, at Anderson's Oaks and at the Oscar Berggren and Myron Johnson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Gross, Lone Rock, were last week Sunday guests of the Gross daughter, Mrs. George Pearson. Gladys Hanson went to Estherville Thursday for the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Harold Han- Mesdauies Charles and Claud Faugest, of East Chain, visited Thursday at Otto Jenson's. on. Queen Esthers Plan Luncheon— The Methodist" Queen Esther Cirle met at Betty Scace'ii last week Monday. The lesson was given by 3erniece Kleist, and a special num- HOSIERY SPECIAL I have passed out a great many splendid bargains to the people of this,.commun- iiy bui never before have [ been able to give my customers a real right down $1.00 first quality full-fashioned silk hose for 49c. This is a real deal with no strings on it. It is a clean-up deal from Schramm and Schmerg, of Burlington, Iowa. I took all the 4-ace silk hose they had—147-odd dozen. They are service-weight, full-fashioned, and every pair a regular $1.00 retailer, all six.es from ,S'o to KM... I have them piled on the shoe side by themselves and selling fast and furious at l!)c A PAIR They will wear longer than 2 pairs of chiffon, and with cold weather coming on will be much more comfortable. We had several sets of legs to thaw out last winter and I do not want the job this year. It is the chance of a lifetime. Nearly 2,000 pairs of regular $1.00 hose. Yours for 49c a pair. I nearly forgot to tell you the Beacon Falls Rubber Co. has shipped us 2G9 pairs of ladies' Gossamer rubbers, sizes 4 to 9, medium and boulevard heel. We are closing them out in a hurry at 39c a pair. Jimmie Neville THJ: SHOI: MAX oi- was given by Jeanette Wood •ith other entertainment by Bar 1 o o ^. ftluu , am L 'Tson and Hanjiet Oxley Auxiliary was held one day last I ° new Members, Delores Scott week at the Legion hall,' with i nnd Doris Beers . Joined. Plans were Maude Riggle and Mary Dunlap as i made for a "Three-in-One" lunch- hostesses. Plans ore being madei eon at the church soon. William Wood attended'a recent celebration of the 65th anniversary of the founding of the} Masonic lodge at Stuart. He is a past master of the lodge. His father,' inomas Wood, received a 50-year membership certificate at the celebration. Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Muir entertained at a Halloween party last week Sunday evening. Attending: the Henry Bade, Dale Rittenhouse, and Harry Quinn families, all of Woden. HOW ABOUT YOUR WINDOWS? AKE THEY CRACKED AM) BROKEN? Broken windows are great gas consumers in winter and cause drafts that result in colds and illness. Damaged windows often cause water damage to the interior of a home during rains and in the winter. PROTECT Your health and home by replacing cracked and broken windows. We will glaze your windows and sash —We carry in stock single and double strength glass. Botstord Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. PHONE 256 A refreshments committee was i appointed for .\ovember, Decem- iber. January, and February, and it [includes Leafy Johnson, Dorothy i Welter, Margaret Furgeson, and Gail Skelley. It was voted to buy two coiiies of "The Spirit of the American Flag," and to present, one to the rorwith public library the other to the school library. After the meeting, members went 10 the Dun lap cafe for lunch served by the hostesses. The annual potluck supper for Legion and Auxiliary members and | the families will be hold at the Le•Kion hall Xovcmber 11 at G'30 p. m. Methodist U. H. .H. S. Moots— The Methodist Home Missionary met last week Tuesday at f , _ J\' , Ij - Hauswirth's, with Mrs n c - Johnson as assisting hostess. Devotions were led by Mrs. Jennie Sawyer, and Mrs. Clifford Apnle- Mutc -rave Ihe , esson _ Qn ^ -^ ceding Sunday the Woman's Missionary society gave its anniversary program at the morning worship hour at the church. Mrs. Hil- lor spoke o n , "Does Missionary i \\ork lay?" ,\ stewardship demonstration was given, with Maxine Perkins and Harriet Oxley renre- sentmg the Queen Esthers, 'and Mrs. Lewis Larson. Mrs P E WU ley, and Mrs. W. H. Perkins 'representing the women's organization In the evening the young men and ,boys had charge of the services I with Lavere Korleski as leader \ j boys' choir sang, and George Oxlev Jr. sang "The Old Rugged Cross'" A clarinet solo was played hy Ji m - mie Galloway, with Richard'John- son us accompanist. Kightcoii to Baptist Rally— Eighteen Baptist young people attended a young people's rally at Sheffield last week. Some ,' 250 ( young folks were there altogether j Sessions were held in a German j Baptist church. Each town's group sang a chorus, and Dr. William Pettingill, Wilmington, Delaware noted author and Bible expositor! gave a talk on "How to Know the Will of God." lone Pickering, of Brooklyn, told of the work of missionaries in Europe among the Jews and other non-protestants. She is from the European Christian Mission, and has 'been at Vienna, Austria, as missionary, but was sent back to America to tell of the work here. LUVERNE WOMAN HOME FROM TOUR OF 4000 MILES Tractor ('runic Itrenlcs Arm— D. King suffered a right which the Lu Verne, Nov. 11—Mrs. F. I. Chapman got Thursday from Chicago and Florida. She accompanied the 1 F. G. Hngists from Chicago on a -1,000-mile trip in the east and fr-miM ; f ~, " "*""• to Plori(]il - One °f the interesting fiactuie just above the wrist | spots they visited was the former . he was cranking a tractor home of Mesdames Chapman's and via. Georgia and Tennessee. At Chatanooga they were guests of Elsie Haskell, former postmistress here, the daughter of a once local pastor. Women's Organisations Actlvo— •Last week was full of meetings of various women's organizations. The four circles of the Methodist Aid met Wednesday at the homes respectively of Mrs. 0. S. Lund, Mrs. H. R. Larimer, Mrs. Harvey Nelson, and Mrs. Harold Sorensen. The Lutheran Aid met Thursday at the church, and an unusual treat on the program was-'a talk on deaconess work hy Margaret Fiene, Lotts Creek, daughter of the Lutheran pastor there. Mrs. Gus .Riddle was hostess. The Evangelical Missionary society met the same day with Luella Blumer, Esther Merkle assisting, and Mrs. Edward Marty led devotions, after which Mrs. E. R. Walter and Mrs. Louis Merkle presented a. composite study of womanhood in Palestine, Arahla, and Syria from the text, Mecca and Beyond. Club Women Study Newspaper— Points of interest in the newspaper were given in response to roll call at a meeting of the J. J. club Friday afternoon at Mrs. Charles Wolf's. In a social hour following a business mooting and the pro- .gram, Mrs. Edw. Dchnert had the women serve as reporters, each working on a part of a newspaper assigned to her. Mrs. Irvln Chapman gave the story of the life of Betsy Ross and told of events lead- Ing up to the making of the first flag. A piano solo was played by Barbara Lou Wolf. Twelve members of the club were present. Wndlcighs Move to Algona— The J. J. Wadlelghs are moving this week to the W. J. Bourne house at Algona, where they will spend the winter. Calvin and Louise have already been attending school at Algona since early September, and the move will eliminate the present dally drives. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sanford will live on the Wadleigh farm. The Bournes are going to the southwest In the Interest of Mr. -Bourne's health. Little Boy lllrthdny Host— Friday was Gerry Sanford's sixth birthday, and 1C of t,he Mothers' Jewels, the junior missionary society of the Methodist church, were entertained at her home. A regu- lar story served Mrs. y. «„,„ jMrs , llOSte S S M fn t ^S?5Sff «•«- s.™ :'„'.'£«>; LONG'S MEATS ARE TREATS was pulling a combine at Earl Chambers farm Wednes- He has the arm in a cast. Other Corvrith-Fnfrvicw. Paul Houston, who had been employed at the William Johnson farm, has gone to Clarion and entered a CCC camp there. Harry Clapsaddle is taking his place at Hagist's father at Burkes Garden, Va. It is located in a small settlement at the top of a ten-mile square plateau and is famous for its beautiful scenery. The father was the well known Mr. Patterson, who lived here many years. The . party drove from there south along i the Atlantic coast to Miami, then' , around, to Tampa, and came back Woman's Clul» Hears The Corwith Woman's club met last week Tuesday at Airs. AVilliam Wood's, J6 members present. A trio, "Barcarole," by Offenbach was sung by Mrs. P. E. Walley Mrs. Wood, and Mrs. Clifford Applegate, with Mrs. Francis Kee at the piano. Preceding this number, Mrs. Walley gave a short sketch of the life of Offenbach. The study for the year is "The Jew Today," and Mrs. J. M. Gehrt told of the Jew in England; Mrs. Clifford Mey- ,ers, of the Jew in Russia; and Mrs. Clifford Applegate, of the Jew in Germany. Members of the club purchased towels made by the blind women of Iowa. Williams Speaks at Algona— The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Armand Tabb, son Wiliner, Gayle and Leona Thompson, Laverno and Ruth Liptrap, Erma Frey, Wanda and Thelma Hash, John Puffer, and Raymond Frey attended. A midyear rally of the Baptist Young People's Union at the First Baptist church, Algona, Sunday, October 31. Mr. Williams gave a message in the morning on The Value of Bible Reading. In the afternoon several members of the' local B. Y. P. U. presented a stewardship play, Aunt Margaret's Tenth. Party for Boy Scouts— The Boy Scouts had a Halloween party last week Monday evening at the home of their scoutmaster, the Rev. Paul Williams. The evening was spent at games, and a discussion on scouting, followed by lunch. Attending: Vidal Bonnstetter, Harley Chambers, Bobby- Joe Welter, Bud Erickson, Robert Sutcliffe, John Skelley, Jack Tabb, Jimmie Galloway, and Jiinmie Lar- Coast to Coast Store Capacity AH this Week AUTO FA3}S Electric $1.49 FORD A HEATER Clamp ou WINTER MOTOR OIL Gallon AXLE GREASE 5-lb. pail 39c ALCOHOL 49c gal. Rust proof—188 per cent proof. MODEL A MAMFOLI) HEATER___ Batteries ^ CHEVROLET CAST IRON HEATER___$1 .! 'ammimmm Ex.$2.98 39-plate Fits all cars. FELT AUTO MATS 19C AUTO BULBS Each SPARK PLUGS B; Batteries, HAT'l'FmPS BATTERIES— *Dry cells, each 19c .STOVE PIPE— 28-in. long, 4 c 6-in., each | QC Window Glass 8x10 _ 1 5c 9x12 f _ 8c 10x14 f___ 8c 12x24 \___ 22c 12x28 28c SHELLS 12-ga. Box of 25 59c Tire Sale 2 Tires 450x21 2 Tubes 450x21 All four for $n JO >E cols 1 MILK PAILS— 3V2-qt. M Heavy «9«JC FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES M ^ Each f|C BLOOM ST TO COAST STORE You Will Need a New Suit or Overcoat For the Holidays And You'll Look Better in a Tiffanu Worsted any t0 tCU y ° U that men 1* th e best circles all wear « 0r8t8 ? SUitS> They don>t - But tllg y don't wear any bet- than these Tiffany Wors eels which we have just received. in In ^ smartest ready-to-wear suits of the season. Come 29.50 45.00 35.00 Other* suits at 9.95 to 24,50 Now is the time to buy your* OVERCOAT 17.50 19.50 22.50 and up to 35.00 Zeuder & Caldwell CLOTHING AND SHOES

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