Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1937 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUil KQgSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA HUENHOLD TO SPEAK BEFORE UNION CLUB ON GERMANY VISIT Union Twp., Nov. 15—For a Harvest Home family party at the Rlcker Bros, place this week Thursday evening, given by the Union M. & D. club a good program is promised. August Huenhold, Algona florist, will be speaker, and school children will give numbers. Cresco Township Girl to Wed- Some Union women attended a shower Sunday afternoon at the Catholic school hall nt Algona in honor of Lu Ella Roethler, who will become the bride of Sylvester Arndorfer next week Wednesday. Mr. Arndorfer is a former Union boy. He and his bride will farm a couple of miles south of Good Hope, on the place, now tenanted by a Mr. Olson. LU Ella is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Roethler, of Cresco township. Corn-lltiskers Still Busy— Le Roy Stoffel is husking corn for Chester Bailey, and Kenneth Gould has been picking at Joseph Metille's, near Irvington, since last •week Tuesday. A Mr. Lowman custom-picked Robert Ward's corn, and Andy Beck did likewise nt the Mittag and Roy Sarchet farms. A Mr. Manner, Mason City, is husk- Ing for Frank Hofius. HERE'S SCHEDULE OF HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC DATES Mu.riiti.rd Stppliciisons io More— Mrs. Maynard Stephenson, of Boone, formerly Mildred DC. Gra\v, visited her (unit. Mrs. Frank Ho-1 14 fins Friday. Sim and her husband \ will leave soon for a new location i at Arnold's Park, where Maynard is to oversee -IDO men at work' big sower project. Following is the schedule ,of events of interest In the high school for the rest 'of .1087: Friday, Nov. 19 — Junior .class play. Saturday, Nov. 20—Foot- hall banquet, mothers serving. Nov. 25-2G—Thanksgiving holiday. Friday, Dec. 8—Basketball, IvmiiH'tslmrg, there. Conference one-act play festival nt Clarion, afternoon and evening. Tuesday, Dec. 7 — Basketball, Ln Verne, hero. Friday, Dec. 10—Wrestling lit. Patron; baski.itha.Il at Webster City: normal training banquet (tentative). Saturday, Dee. 11—County play-day for high school girls. Tuesday. Dec. 14—Wrestling, (Jilinore City, here. Basketball, (iilinoro City, there. Wednesday, Dec. 15 •— Chamber of Commerce banquet for football squad. Friday, Dec. 17—Basketball, Clarion, here. Ik-ginning of Christmas holidays. >. Band Speaks at Rotary Gnstnfsons Io Chaiiu r i> Farms — Mr. and Mrs. Karl Taylor visnod relatives recently at Bonne-. They also called on the Arthur Gustaf'- sons, former Union fanners. The Gustnt'sotus will chatme farms no a year, having found a location they will like boner. Tisilor Departs for Colorado — William Boswcirth tool; his mother, Mrs. Mari;aiet Bnswnrth. to Fort Dodge recently to catch a train for For had -=iient Ihe worth home. Otlior Mr. and M Ronald. Mr er, and .Mr She Bos- II. R. Rasmusson, high school I band and orchestra instructor, spoke, before the Rotary club yes! torilay noon, following two piano solos by Jane Oreumeyer. He told of the iniportJince of music to pupils interested and explained tests aiven to students to ascertain their abilities on pitch and timing. He also told of a -system whereby students who want to tryotit on ability to learn instruments are given the chance on a three months rental plan. At the end of the three months a pupil may buy tho preferred instrument. At present there are large groups in the grades, as well a.s the high school, which (ire trying out instruments on this plan. ALGONA TEACHERS GIVE IMPRESSIONS OF MRS, ROOSEVELT Audra Fit/, and Carmen Roskopf, local teachers, attended the recent state teachers convention at Des Moines and heard Mrs. F. D. Roosevelt, the president's wife, give an address on the president's normal day and her own day in the White House. Misses Fritz nnd Roskopf thought Mrs. Roosevelt has a most charming personality, which wns distinctly felt over the footlights. She is very slender and tall, her hair is dressed simply. She was becomingly attired in a dark blue dinner dress without jewelry. Mrs. Roose-velt told of the stren- ous day which begins nt 6:30 In the morning for the president, who works till late after 'he evening dinner hour. Her own day, she said, has to follow a certain routine in order that she may look after nil the things that are demanded of her. The Shrine auditorium was opened for the address at 6:30 p. m. I Mrs. Roosevelt did not appear till nearly S. but many teachers and others waited from the time- of opening. * Minnesotans Still Come for Weddings Seven marriage licenses nave been issued so far this month: Alfred P. Bush, Excelsior. Minn., Violet Willie, Minneapolis; Joseph Hit tor. Excelsior, Minn., Blanche Vomo,la. Hopkins, Minn.; W. Robert Kempt. Delia L. Metzks, Des Moines; Donald Wilton Hanson, Lorraine C. Lindonholm, both of Minneapolis; Cal F. Stillborn. Ackley. Mildred R. Kain, Algona; Wilbert D. Peterson, Ringsted, Marie iMarrow, Fairmont; Reese Martin, Mildred Hildman. both of Wesley. REWRITES Briefs summarizing principal news In last Thursday's tipper ties Moines, Illti TUBUS, state university conch, Ernie Nevers and Pat Boland, assistant coaches. Glenn Devine, former star player, and Nile Klnnick and Dick Anderson, the quarterback and center respectively on the Iowa team, have accepted invitations to speak at a 'banquet katn, Plum'Creek, and Carl F. Stillhron, Ackley. were married at St. Cecelia's church Thursday. Father Malllnger officiating. Mr. Stillborn is a grocer at Ackley. , SOME 2,208 Kossuth farmers will bo eligible to apply for corn loans nt 60c per bushel on December 1, but they must have cooperated In the conservation program during the 1937 season. » , ,. Juniors Will Give Play Friday .Night Tho high school juniors will pre- eent a three-act comedy, The Nut to be given for the Algona high Farm, Friday evening In the audi* 1 school football squad by the Cham- torium under the direction of David her of Commerce Wednesday, December 16. Wm. F, Steele Is the chairman ter Holt, Phillips. In tho cast are Roger Michel, Eugene Colwell, Jean Murtagh, John Kohlhaas, Rex Taylor, Eleanor Thorpe. Frank Green, Bonnie Phillips, Le Roy Nolle, and Janice Wagoner. -» nion Nows. Al'ir-rt Gould, son and Mrs. Keith Stray. In'n (Inuld drove to Britr one day last week, and the men attended a .<ale there, while tin 1 women wrre entertained at SntY'ii Iiidrikson's. Train Kills Three Horses. Livermoi-e, Nov. 1~>—Throe horses were killed oast of town last week Sunday ni^ht by a Rook 1s- lanrl freiuht train. They belonged to Pot or P,i rnbaunie.y. The horses entered tho riuht-of-way through Id ^atoway. They wore.valued Teacher Chosen to Succeed Algonian Corwith. Nov. 15—Mrs. J. Francis Koo has been hired to teach the first grade in the Corwit.li Consoli- alod schools to fill a vacancy caused by resignation of Mrs. Mar- igarol Hofmasior, Algona. who had : taught hero seven years. Mrs. Hof- i master, who did not make her plans ; for the future known, is at present with her aunt. Mrs. Janet . Wadsworth. who has boon sick at !A]L'ona for sonic- weeks. • Addresses Tonight at Baptist Church Dr. M. E. Rratchc-r. formerly of the.Berkely Divinity School, Berkely. Calif., now representative of the American Baptist Home Mission society, of New York, will address a forum of Baptist churches in this vicinfty at the local Baptist church tonight on the program of tho Northern Baptist convention. Edna M. Smith, missionary from Swatow, China, will speak in the interest of the Woman's Forogin Mission society of the convention. HOSPITALS KOSSUTH Nov. ft—Kensol Knutson, of Swea City, minor surgery. Nov. 10—Mrs. Eugene Hutchins, Alsnna. medical. Nov. 11—Richard O'Connor. Wesley, surgical; Mrs. August Beck- r-r. A';L'r,na. medical. Nov. T2~ Mr=. \\~rn. Kemma. of V,V--t Bfr.id. boy: Mrs. Mike Elbi-rt. ir:ri: Ma be; Wandlin?. Ti- of the event, with Ches- C. H. Williams, Leo Spllles, and Drs. F. C.' Scanlan, and P. V. Janse as fellow commit- teeraen. The banquet will be given in the high school gymnasium.. and, besides talks by the coaches, j School Program Friday Night, will include motion pctiues of one ' Genevieve Altwegg, teacher )n of the Iowa games this year. The Dist. No. 5, Plum Creek, announ- local football team tied for the conference title in the final game last Thursday against Humboldt, which the locals lost, 21-12. ST. CECELIA'S ACADEMY will open its basketball season Tues- tlay, November 30. with a game nt I ,„ T"^ i* .„ -. T Bancroft. Two veterans are back M e,l Jfenrly »0 Years. his year. Leana'rd Seipman and Fenton, Nov. 15—Mr. and Mrs. William Bestotilehner. Father Ah-l Krnuse celebrated their -18th wed- nann is coaching, assisted by Edw. ' (ilns anniversary last week Mon- riiissen. Joe Kelly Jr. is coach of the girls' te«m, which has four •egular players back—Captain Irma Dee Hargreavcs, Eileen Amfan, Evelyn Eischeid, and Mary Bliley. COXSTKUOTIOX of an ,$11,000 Richardson furniture store building was begun a week ago. The former Helberg building west of the ces a Thanksgiving pogram and tt pie social this week Friday evening. Lunch will be sold, and free coffee will be served. The schoolhouse Is a new one and will accommodate a good-sized audience. day evening by entertaining friends at 500. Five tables were in play. Mrs. Albert AVolfgram winning high, and Mrs. Sophia Bleckwenu being low. « Reiley to Attend Ames Safety Meet Secretary 0. S. Retley will attend a state safety council meeting, which is to be held at Ames next Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Ho will speak on Algona's contest In which contestants guessed when the first accident fatality this year In Kossuth county would occur, where, etc., answering 33 questions. The Ames meeting will be open to the public. » Jfew Family in Town. W. A. Locke, Goodyear representative in this district has brought his family to Algona, and they are living . in a Mrs. Long house. Mr. Locke had had headquarters at Albert Lea. Mr. Locke and a Mr. Howard, Mason City, representative of the Standard Oil Co., were guests of W. A. Lorenz at the Rotary luncheon Monday noon. Rural Schoolma AttenJ at (1 tie Ohe-hUndred ers attended tt rli tute Friday at dltorlum. Counly was In charge, three speakers: of tho State Tcadhers ma Watklns and both of the sta mcntary school slxty-jflve teach- ral teachers instl- hlg'h school au- Mnhletnan Conducts The Rev. W. < to Eagle Grove funeral services Young, w'ho was .congregation wh .dlst pastor over years. 'ftlg 'Institute' SUpt. Shirley and there were .Prof. C. 0. Todd. college; Em- Mabel Snedalcer, .e university ele- lowa City. it .... Funeral. Muhlemttn went Friday to conduct for Mrs. A. B. a member of his, nn lie was Metho-| a period of 111 uv "f Alex »Mil M P ,. , Dcnth He was HIP l!| te Mr. iim "Vtain, Mrs Shoe Repair Shop Closed. Koines & Torgonson, who operated a harness and shoe repair shop j next north of the ied their equlpm week. Bode hat Coffee Shop, mov- mt to Bode- Inst been without n harness shop slide last spring. r Prices lower clown. LONG'S courthouse, which Mr. Richardson recently bought, is to be completely remodeled, with a new front, a heating plant, air-conditioning, etc. It is to be ready for occupancy after Christmas. 1>K. ('. IV. LliYDQUIST, of Swea City, was arrested last week Wednesday, after n search warrant investigation revealed -12 pints, 14 lialf pints, and 3 pints of brandy in his possession. The officers nl- confiscated his 'car, in which part of tho liquor was found. He was bound to the grand jury. imOTHF-KS, George Four Corners, and Tom Lee, Muscle. Shell, Mont., failed to rec- •)gnix.e each other last week when hey mot again after 30 years. They ivill visit another brother in Michigan whom neither has seen in the hrce. decades. -AX F.Mttn'LOY'Kl) census will be taken in Algona today, with persons unemployed registering at the postoffice. It will include persons wholly unemployed, partly employed, or at work on WPA or other emergency projects. TI1K BAPTIST church has called a new pastor, the Rev. R. E. Clearwaters, Leslie, Mich., brother of the Cedar Rapids president of the Iowa Baptist association. He has four chidlren, two of whom are high school pupils. MAY.\AKI> STKi'JiK.VSOX. hinh school graduate, here in ]!)2C. will have complete charge as engineer .of a ?-loO,OOi.i project for sewage j disposal in a Spirit Lake and Okoboji s»ttuj. Five hundred men v/ili bo employed. MII.l)Ki:i), daughter of Mrs. John T.iHKliiiiist is Fined. C. W. Lundquist, Swea Cty, was fined $300 plus costs of $122.75 after pleading guilty to a charge of illegal possession of liquor Saturday. The costs were made high by a county attorney's fee of $100. He paid the fine nnd costs. Mrs. E. W. Hanson will entertain her bridge club this afternoon. Two tables will be in play. The Methodist Centenary Sunday school clnss will have a social nceting this evening. The Congregational September Circlp will meet with Mrs. W. B. Quarton Thursday. Mrs. P. J. Christensen will entertain her bridge club tonight. 11)88 OHAMPIOXS Avalon CrOAKKTTKS . . leading the parade because they give you pleasure equal to any cigarette rcga.rdle.ss of price—FOR LESS MONEY (Union Made) For Sale and Keconi- iiH'iidcd by Your Local c Dealer. EXTRA VALIJES! SCHOOL CHILDREN FOC.VU three pa vanci... FOR .SALE — WUO< (i'-orL-i- Kohl, AI-'( 20F11. I50ARS.— FOR SALI-: — TWO OOOU .shirr.- buck.-.-•<". O. I:aili-.v, pho \VA.\TKIt \\ il It I Wi hi)iisi-!;i.i.pi Adi am-'-. YOl'NG FARMER : : !u<ill clnliirei, '.vanto Wr'tc "'' !)" fan- .,1 ! Ijj'i RELIABLE r-ornpfctoru hou.-:(;kf:r.-r<f;.- on farm; three chil- '\':<:i\ m fumily. Lfcnsthy position :''*:• :;-:;• j.ar'.y: v.-ai-'w. So.00 p.':r v.'rk -Writr: -o Advance. 2lipO FOR .SALE — UNIMPROVED 80 ;i':."iv, 'i rn;i<:H i-:ourhc.-aHt of Al-">:;!i, ri'< reasonable offer r<ifu.=f:d. bora I,. Klx.i-. Santa Ana Calif.. FOR SAL!-;— '•(, SHROPSHIRE and Harnps::irf> ram.-:; also Oxford Dor.-'et and Southdown:-, tht- good ru.^'ed farmer rt-.m.-; Poland f'hina Ijuroo Jersey and Berkshire spr-ng boars, 2 yearling Poland China boars, the ea-sy feeding kind; also Shorthorn and Angu.s bulls.—Pen StUder, Wesley. 43uftf R. No. 2, box -!0. lfjp?-ll AVANTEi) -JOI5 O\ FARM FOR niarri'-d couple.-—Write "K" care of Aduincc. iL'l/i-il WE HAVE IX STOCK MANILA folders of the sort used by pro- fes.-.ional ;md business rnen for filinz letters, bills, and other papers.—Advance. t£ Sale Dates FOR SALE MObEL A I'cjn FOPJJ coach. Will trade lor live slock, --i'. Winkle, Hurt. ] lp!j WA.\-|-I.;D - TWO USED FLOCJR lamps which can be bought rhcap. -Ask Advance. FLOOR SAXDINC, FINISHING;, best equipped.—Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275. llp-l-lS! WANTED - H.VIVH>>RY flocks.— If interested phone No. :; or write Box 172, Whim-more, la. Mp!i-10 •WANTED—A LADY OR MIDDLE aged couple to keep house for elderly man.— Phone XU2-J., Jol E. Kim St. STRAYED--RED HEIFER strayed from my farm November Hi. weight :>">» His. .I, N. Willm'-rt, Lu Venn-. ' MI,\* .STEADY WORK — GOOD PAY— Reliable man wanted to call on farmer.-: in Kossuth county. No experience or capital required. Make ii]i to $}2 a day.—Write Mr.-NESS f'O., Dopt. S, fVefcport, Illinois, p!j Nov. 17—Van A. Hanseri general farm sale. 5 miles south, 1 mile west of Titonku. : Nov. IS—Ceo. L. Gray, i£ mile east, % mile north of Hurt. i Nov. 22—Mrs. Charles Larson, , Hurt, 6 rni!e,s east and one south ' Hurt, closing out of stock and I farm machinery. j Nov. 22—Closing out sale, Mrs. FOR SALE CHEAP—ONE Stand- i f 'barlic Larson, 5% miles east, one ard Approved oil-burner com- mile, south and % mile east Burt. plete with tank and equipment.' Xov. 'i'.', —J. B. Krpelding, closing Al.so one- 1032 dual wheel Chevro-| out sale. Ten miles south and one let truck with brand new box. i east of Algona. Reasonable terms.—Phone 55, or Nov. 30—Fred Kent, closing out see Western Credit Company. 33utf jfurrn sale, 9 miles northeast of Al• i gona on former George Johnson I"SKD RADIOS FOR SALE—-ONE ,farm. I'hilco 2-volt, $!).CO; 1 Sentinel i :.' volt, 37.50; 1 Philco Electric, i8.7"j; 1 f'oronado 2-volt Console, $«.r,0; 1 f'ro.sifcy 2-volt, $0.75; 1 Fitdu Klf-ririe, $15.00; 1 General Elcr-lrif, Console;. $10.75. — JOE HLOOM. FOR SALE -— CHESTER WHITE hoars; cholera immune. Farmers' prices.—Aaron Taylor, Hurt. 12pG-'ll WOXDERFCL make ujj to OPPORTUNITY TO S210 in u. month as FOR SALE—HOLSTE1N registered bull, Jl months old C. T. A. records.—Herman Soderbcrg, Bttn- croft. ]3p8-9 FOR SALE — POLAND CHINA boars, cholera immune.—Meyer & Dull!, Fenton, phone 1115. Lone Hock. Cash Paid For Cream FOR SALIC-HORSES. MOSTLY mare.s, " to 7 years old, weight 1300 to 1GOO.—("'. S. McVay. Algona. l!)pf) FOR SALE OR TRADE—1!)3G Ford V-S coach. Excellent condition. Condition terms if desired.—Algona Ins. Agency. 18u8-10 FOR SALE—A MEYER'S Pressure pump, two 220-gallon pressure (tanks,, a 1% h. p. gas engine.— Opeii all day and on Wednesday and Saturday nights till 9 p. m. ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY onnonononpn Thl. Offer Good During JanuMY and February Only SHOULD KXJOY PERFECT VISION FOR THEIR WORK HAVE THEIR EYES EXAMINED NOW A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST ALGONA IOWA JOE BLOOM Jiudded K-NGLISH M'ALNUTS lb -None Such -MIXCK MKAT, 23c 19c « Xo. 2W cans _____ IONA KKAXD I' HAS 1 X«. 2 cans _ _ POST TOASTIKS, 2 large pkgs. _____ Toilet Soap PALMOLIVK. 4 cakes ox y imi— 21 oz. pkg. ------------ 19 C 0«-(»/. pkg. ------------ 53 C SUNXVFIKLI) FLOUR 24«.lb. bug 09c •10-lb. bag $1.33 lona Flour 2i«.lb. bag _._._•„ C2c . Ji»-lb. bug $ lflo PENICK'S SYRUP WHITE 29c 5-lb. can 10-lb. can 55c can 10-lb. pJir 5<jc THE BIGGEST BREAD VALUE IN TOWN A&P BIB TWIST BREADS 25 Use It For Stuffing the Thanksgiving' Fowl Suuiijfield ItOLLEl) IF' OATS, 3-lb. pkg Jt D C Sunn j fit-Id I'uucuke VLOVR, 5 lb. bug _. I'JJNICK SYRUP, GoWcn. 10-lb. puil _. 2 Ibs. CKLUUY, 2 stulks 25c 23c Sweet 1'OTA. TOES, a Ibs. for ... A&P FOOD STORES This big Bedding Event brings yjou values seldom equalled and brings them just at the start of the winter season. Special purchases made during the 'off-season' makes these miraculous savings possible. Buy your bedding NOW and 25% and more. Candlewick Bedspreads Attra':tivf; '.'.'?11 covered designs of candle-wick in colors on natural ground. Exii-a size 90x 1CS :ivlv?:: l-iv Pillow Cases Stniiu.ird quality 4 inch torn and hentl bleached pillow cw| 24c PART WOOL BLANKETS Extra step, and extra heavy part wool double bed blankets in attractive block plaid patterns. 72x84 inch. i $3.98 pair Mattress Covers An excellent quality heavy thread muslin in size and depth for tho now style box mattress Mattress Pads Closely stitched bin?I qir.iHty bed pads twl are nicely made. S»| 54xT'J inch for $1.69 All Wool Blankets Largs fluffy pure virgin wool blankets in the extra Size 72x84 inches. There are many beautiful colors. $9.98 WOOl, FILLED COMFORTABLES Lustrous sateen covered comforters in dainty two tone effects—filled with fluffy wool, which gives warmth without much weight. Bates Bedspreads __ d<n*"» J« B crochet spreads to JJI wanted bed room colo"| 81x108 inch. $7.95 $2,98 81x99 SHEETS Genuine "WearwelJ" bleached sheets inj the most wanted sizes ^2x99 or 81x99 inch for 98c COTTON BLANKETS Large double bed size double blankets of a heavy fluffy quality. Solid colors or plaids. Sale Price $L98 These Values Not Be Repeated! BUY NOW! BLANKET SHEETS White blanket sheets of a heav^ teasel quality in size ,72x99 in. Sale Prfce $1,19 PT. WOOL Beautiful two-tone comfortable blankets a marvelous value ai Sale Price iotensen Bros

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