Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1937 · Page 8
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PAGE KOSStJTH COUNTY APVANCB, ALQONA, IOWA Do You Like to Hunt the Wary BARGAIN? Then you're an ANNEX customer. We're really "goin' to town' at our Dodge street bargain shop—you know, that little store just back of Steele's clothing store. Business is picking up so noticeably over there that we are hurrying more coats and dresses over from the Main store. And you really BUY THEM FOR LESS AT THE ANNEX. If you don't think so, we'll let you in on a secret. Some of those $1.99 silk dresses at the ANNEX sold once for as much as $10.00 and $15.00 over at the Main store. Maybe it was last season, but what's the odds—if styles are good and materials reliable? Just think of it—only $1.99 And those coats that we are i ^TUESDAY. L, A, MINER, 64, PASSES FRIDAY; BURIAL SUNDAY Heart Disease Fatal After Sickness of Two Months. L. A. Miner, 64, died at his home Friday morning at 5:30 a. m. of heart disease. Ho had had a similar illness in April, and for the Hist two months had been bedfast. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Baptist church with the Rev. Geo C. Vance, Congregational pastor officiating. Burial was made i Riverview. Mr. Miner was born May 5, 1873 at Franklin, and he was marriec to Edith Williams, of Ackley, in 1909. They came to Algona short ly after marriage, and this ha. been the family home ever since There are three sons, all at home Mclvin is employed by the Hub Clothiers; Paris at Dau's garage and Robert is attending Junior high. Mr. Miner operated the Miner Candy kitchen here 15 years and was employed at the Rising elevator eight years. During the last four years he had been caretaker it the Masonic Temple. He was member of the Masonic and East- I'nrty for Russell Thorpe- Russell Thorpe was honoree at a surprise party at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Thope, Saturday evening. A group of young people dropped in to help him celebrate his 14th birthday anniversary. Guests were Jean Nielson, Doris Jane Sorensen, Lois Holmes, Betty Geering, Mary Jane Neville, Marilyn Fuller, Margaret Miller, Dean Lowe, Bob Raye. Henry Geilenfeld, Bob Gross, Jerome Nfelson, and Ernest Anfinson. The evening was spent at games, followed by refreshments, an Russell received many birthda tokens. $5.00 or $8.00 more any i Besides the widow and children, where because at the' AIr - Miner is survived by two sis- ANNEX the selling expense tors - Mrs : Maude Bllsborough, Alls so small and whe? they get ffiAS SK onTbroth- over there—it's goodbye for- er. H. E. Miner. Algona. ever. If you need a winter; Jl1 '- Miner was the third member coat—buy one of these won- : " f llle Mi " er f!vmil >' to die in tne derful values at these low last °' sht months - Sevonty out -° f prices. ALL COTTOX PRESSES ARE NOW PRICED AT ONLY 9Se (This includes all sizes and those formerly sold at $1.19 —and if you don't think we sold a lot for this price, you'd be surprised.) Joint Farm Bureau Program— Thirty-five persons attended Burt-Union Farm Bureau meetln at the Good Hope church Prida evening. P. R. Ryerson, Burt, pro sided, Joseph Skow, Wesley, spok and D. C. Hutchison, Algona. gav a talk on "wills". The Burt 4-: girls' club gave three numbers; song, Dreaming, by the club; fol game, The Virginia Reel, by eigl members; and a musical skit, M Man John, by three girls. An oys ter stew was served following th program. County Agent A. L Brown, his family, and the H. D A., Luclle Pepoon, were guests. P. E. 0. Exchange Program Planne< The local chapter of the P. E. 0 sisterhood will have an exchange program with the Emmetsburg chapter next Monday. A 1 o'clocl uncheoii will be served at the Kermore hotel Emmetsburg, fol owing which the group will go to he home there of Mrs. A. A. Theile vhere Mrs. C. Paul Carlson will peak on the "Jews". Mrs. Geo. C. ance will sing, and Jane Cretz- leyer will give a piano selection y Jewish composers. Mrs. Theile s the former Delia Darling, who as an Algona registered nurse be- ire she was married. town relatives were here for the 'funeral. i Pallbearers were J. F. Overmyer, ; \V. H. Freeman, F. W. Green, D. D. ,'Paxson, Lynn Keith, and J. B. iWheelock. Society Mrs. W. A. Foster is entertaining |her birthday bridge club at her b IV un«v curnr IT :hnme this afternoon honoring Mrs AI HOSE SPECIAL M. P. Haggard who is celebrating —,,c.— .- celebrating We sold almost 50 pairs of a birthday. MKM silk hose last Saturday! Mrs - Joel Herbst entertained her at 55c. This is our resular I"' id ? e club Thursda >" at one o'clock ^».»j. i^*-,i.i4cix ,i lnn ) lontl nnoctc? t^F ti, rt ni.,ix ,.-««^ 68c seller and will be sold every Saturday in November for this price. NEW HATS AT ONLY $1.19 Knit and wool dresses reduced to $4.98, and lots of other bargains. ANNEX SECRETS cKrischilles (c& FTTS (7^f\ TK" 1 t35 J^ V=y .LSN^S . It's cc-rtainly unusual for a store to be secreiive about the merchandise it has to sell. But these dresses and costume suits which we are going to tell you about ARK UNUSUAL and we think perhaps you'll be interested in this unusual way of selling them. These garments are one-of-a-kind 'better" garments, with a style and a charm which marks them as "unusual." We can't hold a "sale" on a dozen or fifteen dresse-s .so we are listing them here as some of the best buys of the season. If you don't believe us, come in and look them over. HERE'S OUR SECRETS—don't i&ll a soul but if you're interested — hurry up— When we were in Chicago two weeks ago, we saw several of these dresses on the strec-t and we can't understand why they are not sold. A size 12 and 11 \Vellesley black silk dress, embroidered all-over with multicolors yarn—cute, nifty dresses—wore $15.uu — we'll sell them at ten bucks apiece. A rod-plaid Famous dress (plaids are VERY good) size 14—very un- usual—$Hi.il5 value—it's yours for only $10.00. Black Phoenix dress with red and white lacing down front and hack —an outstanding number, size 14— you probably admired it in our show windows—here's your chance to buy a $25.00 dress for only $15.00. Bankers grey costume suit —black monkey fur trim, grey lace trimming on dress—size Hi—can'- understand this one either — a $20.75 value and now you can buy it for only $16.'Jo. Black costume suii, -"-.i length jacket, monkey fur trim (which, by the way, is plenty good this Fall) a really beautiful garment — was $39.75 and can be bought now for only $25.00. Wellesley two-piece suit—adverr.is- ed in New Yorker a few weeks ugo —smart, ultra stylish—red leather trim—(why is it folks are so skeptical about this fashionable trimming?) size IS, $16.50 value for only $9.50. There's another size 38 iu black two-piece suit by Wellesley—same price as above. Famous black-grey plaid dress—one of the smartest wools of the entire season size 18, a $16.95 value for only $10.00. We have just two 2-piec'e Fall short-jacket suits left, iu tweed, Scotch mixtures, a size 14 ond 16— really great values and strictly man-tailored garments and formerly priced at $15.00 and $19.75— $10.00 will buy either. There are a few other dress and costume suit "buys" which are bc- IUK offered in this very "secretive" j manner which will make it worth \ your while to come to The C'hris- chilles Store RIpHT AWAY— QUICKLY. Don't delay—there are ; only one of a kind. j luncheon. Guests of the club were Mesdames H. M. Smith and D. E. Dewel. The afternoon was spent at bridge Mrs. Smith winning high. Mrs. Joe B. Harig entertained the Hi-low bridge club at her home last week Tuesday evening. There are eight members of the club. Mrs. A. J. Schnepf won high, and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill was low. The Bel Canto music club will hold its first luncheon this season tomorrow (Wednesday) at one o'clock at Mrs. M. G. Bourne's. After lunch Mrs. Alice Webber, Bancroft, will give a talk on the melodic element in music, Part I. rresbyferinn Aid Has Progpram— The Presbyterian Aid met at the church Thursday, and , short memorial services were held to honor the memory of the late Mrs. Mary (J. R.) Mawdsley, who was a faithful member of the Presbyterian women's societies. A musical program was then given. Merle Pratt sang, accompanied by Bar-; xi ra Haggard; Anne Stebritz gave a musical reading; and a duet con-' sisting of Mrs. Henry Guderian and Mrs. Vernell Hardgrove sang, iccompanied by Mrs. Fred Giegel. Party Honors Hartley Girl— Mrs. T. T. Herbst entertained at party Thursday evening honor- ng Jean Randolph, Hartley. Other guests were Jean Murtagh, Bar- >ara Haggard, Dorthea Bjustrom, Vlary Lee Nugent, Jane Cretzmeyer, Phyllis Sawyer, Mary Bliley. Maxine Larson, Margaret Miller, and Eleanor Thorpe. The evening ,vas spent at games, following which light refreshments were served. The Herbsts took Miss Randolph home Sunday. She hac been here since Wednesday. ITuek Dinner Honors Visitors— Messrs and Mesdames W. W. Sullivan and Walter Lorenz were hosts Distinctive — at — Chrischiiles St&re We feature tins week, new models in mid-season frocks — better dresses with touches of individuality which you never find on cheaper ones. This lias been an exceptional Fall for dresses of the "better" type, and our stock is complete in all popular colors (green, wine, black) iu all sizes from 12 to •50 and !:>!£ to 2 Dresses range from the plain, dressy types with tucking and draping to the more elaborate models with separate jackets.' There are novel touches of trimmings, both sequins and embroidery being used to advantage to give the dresses a "punch." Our stock contains many beautiful velvet dresses — the one crowning feature of the Fall and Winter season. end hostesses at a -wild duck dinner last week Monday evening at 7 o'clock at the Motel Algona honoring Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Carlon Philadelphia, guests of Mr. Carlon's sister, Mrs. D. P. Smith. Other guests were^Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, and M. H. Falkenhalner. The Carlons left last • week Tuesday for Los Angeles, where they will spend the winter. Visiting Collegian Is Host— Fred Kent Jr., who attends the Kemper military school at Boon- vllle, Mo., but was home for the week-end, entertained at 6:30 dinner Saturday evening at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent. Covers were laid for ten, including the host. Guests were Helen Chubb, John Hopkins, Norlne Greiner, Don Akre, Loema Keith. Bob Dewel, Adra Yeoman, Vivian Bakken, and latter Fred's school. Roger Halnea, roommate at the the Local Aid Has Gnest Day— The Methodist Aid held a 1:15 guest day luncheon at the church Thursday. Mrs. Gordon Kuhn was the chairman of the luncheon committee. Three other aids, Wesley, Doan, and Sexton, were gueets of the local Aid. After the luncheon Mrs. Walter Robert's played two !>lano selections, and a play, Valley VleV Minstrelette, was given by Wesdarnes A, E. Michel, Fred Bat*- .holomew, Wallace McDougal, S. W. Meyer, and F. L. Thorpe. 'Jlrthday Dinner at Bast's— Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast were host ind hostess at 6:30 dinner^at their home Thursday, honoring Mrs. D. Buss, who was celebrating a ment. played served. Halloween games and refreshments were were Guests besides the Camp* Busa, Mr. and Mrs. Brast Thlel, and Alma Bast. Fftnrell tot the Carlsons— The Rev. and Mrs. 0. L. Frerking, Lakota, entertained at their home Monday evening at 6:30 dinner honoring the Rev. and Mrs. Paul C. Carlson, who will leave December for St. Paul, where Mr. Carlson will be pastor of a Pres- ^_ ^ byterlan church. Other guests Monday evening honoring the sales were the Rev. and Mrs. Jos. Doms, force of the Chrlschilles store. Oth- ftre girts were Jane Martin, local high school teacher and Louise Wadleigh, Lu Verne. Store Clerks Ifare Patty— Mrs. W. P. Hemphill and MrB. Leoiia Bartholamew entertained at a bridge party at the- former's home Burt, and "the Rev. and Mrs. H. Hancock, Lu Verne. Birthday Honored at Dinner— Mrs. H. L. McCbrkle was honoree at a 7 o'clock birthday dinner at her sister Mrs. H. B. White's Sunday evening, and assisting hostesses Avere Mesdames C. N. Aalfs, and Carl Pearson. Other guests were Messrs . White, Aalfs, and Pearson, with Doctor McCorkle. After dinner contract was played. Mrs. McCorkle received a birthday gift. D. A. Jl. Luncheon Today— The D. A. R. will entertain at a 1 o'clock luncheon today (Tuesday) at Mrs. D. P. Smith's, with Mesdames D. D. Paxson, J. D. Raney. and Harold Carr as assisting hostesses. After lunch Mrs. W, J. Bourne will give an address on Texas, the Unique State, and Mrs. T. T. Herbst will sing, accompan- ed by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn. irthday, Mr. Bast's sister, Mrs. Villiam Zacha. Watertown, Wis,, nd Ernestina Bast's friend, Mrs. Hulda Minning, also of Watertown. local guests were Mr. and Mrs. ugust Huenhold, son Helmuth, Ir. and Mrs. D. J. Buss, Anna Dinner for Two Birthdays— Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmer were host and hostess at a Sunday birthday dinner at their home honoring Dick, ther son, who was celebrating his 13th birthday annvereary,, and little James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chubb, Humboldt, who was celebrating his first birthday anniversary. Covers were laid for ten guests, all relatives. Party for Campflre Girls- Audrey Slagle was hostess to the Camp fire group at a Halloween party recently. A horror house in er guests were Mrs. Dick Cowan, Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew, and T. H. Chrischllles, The evening was spent at bridge, Mrs. Cowan winning high, Mrs. Fern, Hardgrove being low. Methodist Board Meets— The Methodist board had 6:30 dinner arid a monthly meeting at the church last evening (Monday). Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters were chairmen of the entertaining committee with W. C. Dewel. Messrs, and Mesdames Geo. H. Johnson, A. A. Bishop, and Raymond Reid assisting. Covers were laid for 50. Post-Ifnptlal Shower Glren— Maurlne McCullough and Mrs. Dick Cowan entertained at the former's home Thursday evening at a post nuptial for Mrs. Jack Hilton, the former Elsie Halbrook. The evening was spent at bridge, with •three tables in play. Lulu Kohl won high, and Mrs, Ira Kohl was low. Shower gifts were presented. Watayans Sponsor a Motle— The Wa-Tan-Ye club was pleas- d with the patronage Friday evening at a show sponsored by the club at the Call theater. The picture was Music for Madame. There are 17 in the club, and each member sold tickets. Anna Buss sold nearly 80, Which was by far the largest number. Baptist Aid Meets Thursday— The Baptist Aid met Thursday at Mrs. Samuel Medin's, more than 30 women attending. Assisting hos- • ! . " ""JV.-H tll.l.ullulllg.. .T1OB1.3I.111K J1U3- the basement provided entertain-j tesses were Mesdomes Carl Wilas- son, Jerry 1 Helgen*,"Anna Cook, and Freda Moe. Mrs. C, A. Sampson, local treasurer, reported $70 cleared at a recent chicken supper. Armistice Party is Planned- Members of the V. F. W. Auxiliary and their families will have an Armistice party Wednesday evening-at the post's hall,. A covered- dish supper will be followed by a program. Mrs. Ernest G. Thtel is president' of the Auxiliary. Choir Honors A Birthday- Mrs. Clyde Smith was honoree at a birthday party given at the Pros- bytorlan church by the choir after practice Wednesday evening. There were 20 guests and light refreshments were served. Other Society. Mrs. Nyle Latch entertained at a bridge party at her home Wednesday afternoon. Guests were Mesdames P. J. Waldron, William Rlg- gonberg, Ernest Griffith, Harold Godfredson, Earl Walker, Robert McAtee, Thos. Link, and Francis Bunting. Mrs. Griffith won high, and Mrs. McAtee was second. The Wa-Tan-Ye club will meet tonight for an Informal party at Bertha E. Johnson's apartment. Assisting hostess will be Flora Tlss. Singing and sewing will bo the diversion of the evening. Mrs. C. H. Beardsley entertained the Candlelight bridge club at her home Friday evening at 6:30 dinner covers being laid for nine. Following dinner the rest of the evening was spent at bridge. The Methodist Homebullders Sunday school class will meet next week Wednesday at the church for 7 p. m. dinner. Mrs. William Rlng- genberg Is chairman of the social committee in charge. Dr. and Mrs. John N. Kenefick and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Strelt were hosts and hostesses at a 9 o'clock buffet supper at the Kenefick homo Sunday evening. Covers were laid for 18. The Delphians will have a one Oc '°ck Gco - C. Vanoo on Tim Kvorr K»° will moo at 7:3 » at M ' wit d Mrs. will bo for musical' to he for clmr '" The *' dance day o\ ,tte. Al K n evening Mondav) Ion* to th,. nub/The H Initiation, THElffjj ONE SU3TKIST SHjJ «I;T GLASS with one; «ny size, LONG'sl Kirk's H'd Water Soap GEARS 25C All flavors Jell Powder ' PKGS. 25c 12-oz. bottle Vinegar 2 FOR 15c Kettl-Ready Soup Mixture FOR 25c PKG., Oxydol 20c Oval Sardines CANS 19c Banner Rice LBS. 19c Gum or Candy Bars FOR lOc SYRUP Golden 5 Ibs. . 10 Ibs. .29c .49c Crystal White 5 Ibs. __ 10 Ibs. 32c 53c Im. Preserv es 4 JAR 39 c Yellow Pop Corn Powdered Sugar LBS. 23c Gloss or Corn Starch CUT RATE GROCERY • \ GREATER VALUES FOR OUR Fall Pancake Festival 4 DAYS—NOV. 10th TO NOV. 13th-^ DAYS FREE PANCAKES SATURDAY FREE BANANAS SSS!, 1 5 Ibs. 25c ORANGES, good-size, Texas Seedless ___ o n ft7 QO P GRAPEFRUIT, Texas Seedless "" {{J!' o^! ONIONS, Red or Yellow, Mesh Bag To lT«««/o^ SWEET POTATOES, Red Star, Virgini r a7Vr_V_"_""."_7_"__10 Lbs. 23c CREAMERY rfc .* ILb. Roll LB. . . . OOC RI TT"T17D DU1 IHK CRANBERRIES, Firm Red Ripe ____ KRE-MEL DESSERT, all kinds ______ WAX PAPER, 125 ft. roll, 25 c size """-" -------POPPED RICE, Wheat or Oats'— ...""""""""- 25c NAVY BEANSS'Ce 4 Ibs, 19c CLIMALE1VE, 25c size, and lOc Bowlene _ BROOMS, good qunlity. 4-sewcd _ ~~~ FAIR SEX TOILET SOAP ""i::: Yto*e* lOc POWDER, lOc size IIIIIIIIIIII Sc 26c 29c K. C. BAKING A Real Buy 3 Ibs. 53c CRISCO PUREX HEINZ BABY FOOD IDEAL DOG FOOD I~II_ _ —- T ~a I;AJSIH BULL DURHAM TOBACCO 8 flC " IIS CANS Quart Peanut Butter 25c Quart Mustard 13c Iodized Salt Boxes 15c Pure Cane Syrup >CANS 25c 15c -FLOUR- In the selling of International Milling Co. flour we are convinced that we are giving our customers the best quality flour at the lowest possible price. STARSOtfA 49-lb. bag $1.39 PRETTY BIAID Ibs. __85c 49-lb. bag 1.65 MYSTIC 49-lb. bag 1.85 SEAL OP MINNESOTA 24J6 Ibs. __99c 49-lb. bag 1.95 CORN MEAL Fresli Ground 5 Ibs. 15c Full No. 2 Peas 3 CANS 25 C Greater Values It is the aim of the Cut Rate Grocery to give you the best quality merchandise at the lowest possible price. Hershey's Cocoa 1 LB 15C Well-Whip Salad Dressing JAR ____ Angelus Marshmallows 1LB. Cello Bag 15c 1 Bulk - Black Pepper 25c Giant P&Gi Bars Ohio Matchei 19! Box Carton Breakfaiil Food BUY 3 1 FREE.1 Quick or Regi Oatmeal! LB. 5 LB. BAG 23 NO. 10 FRUIT APRICOTS BLACKBERRIES RED PITTED CHERRIES Jj PEACHES BARTLETT PEARS PINEAPPLE, Cr. .,PRUNES BLK. RASP BE Bill KS - ' QT. Triangle Ammonia 15c4 Brown Sugar 2! 6-0... cans All Flavors Ripe Olives j e n Po\vd?| CANS Z5 C j 6 pKGS. MEAT DEPARTMENT We have just reason to be proud of our Meat Department. The newest, finest, and most modern in Northern Iowa. We sell only stamped corn fed beef and other meat products of like quality. We take pride in selling the best. PORK STEAK PURE PORK SAUSAGE SPECIAL MADE BOLOGNA, lb SIRLOIN STEAK, Corn Fed Baby Beef PICNIC HAMS DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW - CHILI CON CARNE PQTTED MEAT LARD BACON SQUARES Lean Butts LB. 23c -1 Lb. Rolls 20c 28c 4 to 6 Lbs. Cans 33c Cans 19c 2 Cans 9c 2 lb. carton 29c Lb. 31c PUDDINGS Chocolate Vanillin V PKGS. Cocoauut Butterscotch -E5c -SUGAR- In sugar we recommend G o d - chaux'a pure cane for every purpose for which eugar is used. It has that ultra refined purity and you will get better results and will be better satisfied. It is nationally known for its superior quality. . 100 Lbs. In dust proof towel bag $5.49 Cloth bag $1.43 10 Lbs. Cloth bag 56c AH Spied 15! lOc TINS 10 Kin*',I Vegetable»| CHOICE Robb Cake FW| PKG. — — lOc Size Bluing Botl- |C( ties I *" — Tall Cans Pork • SCANS AUNT SARA'S SALAD DRESSING SANDWICH SPREAD pT. FREE Saturday Afternoou and will serve pancakes ai»d DeiuQustj-fttiou will be or Paucake Flour,

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