Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1937 · Page 14
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NOVEMBER 30,1937 INTY DRIVE T, B, 1AL iALESBEGINS ,p Sheets by the nuand Sent Out ' in the Mail*. f annual sale of -tuberculosis mas seals was launched In jth on Thanksgiving day, as Is nary. Mrs. J. W. Little, JU- Fcounty health seal chairman, K er 17 assistants throughout Uunty placed 5000 seals la the Christmas day will Close jmpaign. I plan for conducting.the cain- this year Is much the saitte • former years. Mrs. D. P. chairman in Algona, has lout 500 letters to residents obtained from sale of the seals are used to combat tu- jjlosis and prevent Its spread. fof the money Is kept In Kos|for use in local health work, i past it has financed health vaccination and immuniza- Iprograms, etc. ery year tlie design on the face ie seal is different. Business land others attach the seals to [ling letters, s. Little announces the follow- THIRD SECTION L CHAIRMEN WORKING SCHOOL PUPILS AT IRVINGTON Ii•vinv.Kin, Nov. 2!)—The fullow- TlumhsKiving program was prosonlod by pupils ill the Irving- Inn snlioolhnuKc last wenk Tuesday i!\crcisc, Ten song— eight girls; Little Pumpkins; E VERY PRODUCER liis iiiKpoflor is lh ( > «]<a':in cxcmplifiwl by George Schatx, Wosl Union honey prnducor, as lie examines a frame of bees for American foulhrood. f'a refill insnoRtion Viml use of good stock and clean equipment rids colonies of ihis disease which annually does Immeasurable dainnge to npiaries and wipes out. entire colonies. According to F. B. Paddock-, Kiale aiiiarist in the Iowa State College Extension Service, foulhrood is one of the most important obstacles to profitable honey production. Producers must loarn to detect the sunken, discolored, perforated cuppings on the brood which indicates American foulbrood, because of lack of sufficient inspection personnel to inspect Iowa's 17,1100 apiaries. Mr. Paddock, however, Cor free inspection. Samples may foi> sent to ing list of county committee members: Mrs. D. P. 'Smith, Algono. Dr. L. L. Pfoffer, Wesley. Mrs. E. ('. \Veis- brod,' Fen ton. Mrs. Liebty, Lu Verne. Mrs. M. S. Craven, Titonka. Mrs. Ray W. Lord, Swea City. Mrs. WARM and WELL STYLED $ 19 We honestly j&$£ that these coats were made Wsel|$* J&.00. They just arrived yesterday frora~a reputable manufactmei who was overloaded because of the lateness of the season. We are happy to pass saving on to you now at Christmas time. THE NEW Steele's CLOTHES STOBE - If it's new it's at Steele's Eugene Pearson, Lone Hock. Mrs. R. If. Thompson, Hurt. Mrs. II. E. Woodward. "Whittemore. .Mrs. P. A. Lonegran, Bancroft. Ledyard Consolidated school, Ledyard P. 0. Mrs. Leslie Huff, Plum Creek. Mrs. Hugh Raney, Imngton. Mrs. 10. C. Poller, fresco. Mrs. Frank Tlofius, 1'nion. Mabel Kenl, Wesley. iwiUlion, Marvin heigh; sung, ,I<iiii|iois, 5Ui Kvaclc girls; A Stupid Witness, ilirnc boys; Thanksgiving on Ilio Farm, play, eight pupils; song, Homo on the Range, 12 bays; The Pageant, Marilyn Uamus and Roger Gits. Recitation, Pauline Sankey; Thiiiilisgiving Story, six pupils; .song, Sunbonnct Sally, Jerry Col- wi'll and Howard Asa; play, Tho Census Man, Phyllis Asa, Charles, Colwell, and Dewcy Skilling; reel' tation, Lloyd Thomas. Dialogue, Modern Mothers, three girls; song, group oC boys; play, Please Pass the Cream, four pupils; play, Dot. Entertains; Lois Dole, Marvin Leigh; song, Ov&r the River and Through the Woods, primary pupils; play, Teaching the Teacher, seven pupils; Two Coons in a Wreck, Lorraine Thomas and hirley Roney. narfot Off for Coas^- ng, who is seriously sick, Mrs.'guests at Fred Geigel's. fae Grobe, another sister, went to .Tason City Thanksgiving day to omain until Mrs. Lofing's condi- ion is improved. more John Deere Day at the H. S. Saturday Tho Knysiitli C'ounty Implement Co., \\';il|rr T);i\v, manager, wilh iliiartci'K in tho old Pock livery barn soiuli of tho Security State bank, announces another John Deere annual free movie program (it I he hiuh school auditorium. Tho dale is this week Saturday, and tho hour is 10 a. in. The movie, titles are Friendly Vallov, School Days Champions on Parade, and What's Now in Farm Equipment. Free lunch will lie served in (ho gymnasium at noon. Admission is b> ticket only. AnnoiniL'uments am 1 tickets were mailed a few days ago to fanners on the company's mailing list, and Mr. Daw has a supply of .tickets at tho store for fanner? onil Iheir families who received none by mail. Burt Bids Farewell to the G. L. Grays Burl, Nov. ill—Mr. and Mrs. eo. L. Cray left Wednesday for iei'r new home at St. Cloud, Fla. ast. week Monday evening a fare- ell party was given for the-m at ic Methodist church. Talks were ivcn, Mrs. L. E. Rodman speak- ig for the Woman's Home Mis- onary society; Harold Hobson, ir the board stewards, of which Ir. Gray had been chairman; and ic Rev. Goo. H. Wessel, for the htirch «s a whole. The Grays were resented with a coffee percolator, Earl Angle and two sisters, Wos- ey, accompanied by Harold Col- Vld Malm Siilc Success— The Irvington Aid made. ;han $37 from a poultry sale at Mrs. Selchcll's shop at Algona last | week .Tuesday. There' will be another bake sale at Mrs. Setchell's a few days before Christmas. Other Irvlngton. R. D. Schichtl accompanied Jos. Wilhelmi, Bancroft, to Staples, Minn., last week Tuesday to get Mrs. Nina Schichtl, who had been with her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Andrews, there since the death of Mr, Andrews in August. Mrs. Schichu was brought to Bancroft to care for her daughter, Mrs. Wtlheimi, who is suffering from heart trouble and complications. Recent guests at the George Wagner home were the Ted Wagners, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, the Orville Wagners, the John }. Redings, the Nick Redings, Adeine Erpelding, Edmond Frideres, and Nick Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. i Reding, Whittemore, were :iost and hostess to the same group for Thanksgiving. The L. E. Colwells and B. Davis, here, the Hugh Colwells, Algona, and the Floyd Colwells, Swea City, were Thanksgiving guests of the Hugh Blacks, at Kneirim (?), and Mrs. Jenny Colwell, Livermore, was also there, going with the Blacks, whom she had been visiting. Mrs. Mary Dole, who had been with her daughter, Mrs. Chester Harmon, and the latter's young son several weeks, has returned to her Home here. Phyllis Robison, who is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Percy Philp, recently spent a few days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Carman and Mr. and Mrs. John Bierle recently spent a few days with relatives at Templeton. The Carl Seips spent Thanksgiving with the Clyde BristoWs, near Burt. The George Wagners were Sunday guests of the Harold Redings Bode. Savings bank will clerk, and Stewart & Flaig will be auctioneers. Next week Wednesday George Hahle, next west of the Wallburg tourist camp on No. 18, north of Algona, will sell 17 cattle, nine liorses, ten feeding shoats, 40 Buff Rock pullets, and farm machinery; There are seven cows in this offer* ing, 3 year-old heifers, a Shorthom bull, and some young stuff. L. A. Matern will be auctioneer, and tn& Security State bank will clerk. Former Titonklun Sick. Mrs. D. E. Kulp, Emmetsburg, ms for some time been in poor lealth, and last week Tuesday was :aken to an Estherville hospital. Her husband once practiced dentistry at West Bend, was Palo Alto representative, lived for a time at Titonka, and thence moved to Emmetsburg. ell, Irvington, left Wednesday for 'alifornia, in the Angle car. Har- Ul wrote from Bethany, Mo., vhero they spent Wednesday night, nd reported all well on the first lay out. Others from this vicinity vho left for California recently are Olmcr Harr, Wesley Lee, and llen- •y Schoppman Jr. iiaiicnsU'ins Goinp to Texas — Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hauenstein, who had been managing the No Ul) oil station west o£ here since James Stacy sold it to them earlj last spring, recently moved to Rock Rapids. After the holidays they are to go to Texas, and it is reported that a trailer house has been purchased for the trip. Elmer Hauenstein, brother of Ray, has takei over the station. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman and Mr. Hackman's sister, Mrs. William Mullica, with Mrs. Jacob Maasdam, Arthur Maasdam, and ewton Taylor, were Thanksgiving Good Offerings of Horses and CatUe in Two Farm Sales Two more farm sales are announced. Mrs. Angeline Haupert, four miles east and two north of Burt, will quit farming and this week Thursday at noon will offer at auction six horses, a suckling colt, eight Holstein cows, two Holstein heifers to freshen in May,l ; five 18 mos. heifers, two calves, ten | ewes, all farm machinery, and some household goods. The Burt Mrs. Arnfelt Seriously Sick-r- Word has been received here o the serious illness of the forme Mrs. .U. G. Arnfelt, who suffer from high blood pressure. She i recuperating at her daughter, Mrs. Clyde Sayler's (the former Nellie Arnfelt) at Minneapolis. The Arn- felts lived on the farm where the L. E. Colwells resided many years ago. Substitute Teacher Here Friday— Virgie Hardkopf, Lu Verne, primary student at the State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, substituted Friday for Eileen Walsh, teacher of the first four grades here. Miss Walsh, who spent Thanksgiving with her parents near Lone Rock, remained there till Monday. Mrs. Henry Lofiiif? Sick- Mrs. K. P. Roney went to Mason City last week Tuesday evening to be with her sister, Mrs. Henry Lot- ^ 1. «r ^ & ... on 8OO Pairs* Regular $ 3 and $ 4 ALL SIZES *• In Tits Group Sensational Savings.on smart styles for now and all the rest of the season! Gabardines, Suedes, Patent leathers,Ombre effects! ^Guaranteed as Advertised in Good Housekeeping House Slippers Splendid "gift opportunity!" Beau A« Jtf\ tiful new styles, \ J, w *§r jjp colors! Special at ^ Kresensky's Shoes Hosiery Drewes Thank your lucky star—Deanna Durbin — for the most bewitching fashions of this gay season. Swirling gore skirts or pencil slim lines . .... bright prints or smart solid shades. Hurry, let these CINDERELLA Teen-Styles lift you right into a Happy Holiday! Sizes 12 to 16. r, ?<*!] 1 .Right: fine quality imported print) Linen styled with swing skirt and rows of fine stitching. A DEANNA. DURBIN Teen-Style in sizes 12 to 16. Left: A DEANNA DUUBIN Teen-/ Style, adopted from her new pictun "100 Men K a Girl". Fine Zephyr' with 16 gore skirt and embroidery on bolero-jacket. Sizes 12 to 16. DEANNA DURBIN New Universal Pictures' Star BRAND CINDERELLA TEEN-STYLE CINDERELLA'S COACH "jhe >ign of ftnut frocta" Look lor these labels in every frock MR. FARMER ! PLAN YOUIl FAHJI SALKI When you have a farm sale you want bidders. One good bidder is worth $50 to $100 at any sale. How do you get bidders? By letting every possible bidder know of your sale. Advertise in the Advance and reach all parts of the county. The cost of such an advertisement is trifling in comparison with the money added to your sale receipts. Bidders 20, 30, 40 miles away learn of your sale through the Advance. If you want to Impress them, list everything in your advertisement, and make the advertisement big enough to convince them your sale Is an opportunity for them. One item may bring a bidder for 40 miles. If you want bidders—go after them by advertising. THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE VULCANIZE Your Cut Tires Get many more miles in safety at small cost.' DUTCH'S SUPER SERVICE 3* '•6* '£ " 'SHIRLEY TEMPLE SILK FROCKS^ XMAS GIFTS .They're about the loveliest little party frocks you've ever seen . . > made of quality fabrics l""x._ in charming prints and solid soft-tone or vibrant colors. Every girl would adore receiving a frock "just like Shirley Temple's" ... so be sure to give one of these silk frocks to every 3 to 12 year old girl on your Xmas list. The Shirley Temple photographic tag and Cinderella Coach label assure you of authentic style and outstanding value. • Amusing "action" print silk with military collar and rows of bows. Smartest shades. SHIRLEY TEMPLE irock in sizes 3 to 12. U&« m / SIZES 3 to 6'/i $1.98 Sizes 7 to 12 $1.98'-$2.98. KJ\ «*?„ ./ / •^. CINDERELLA'S COACH on children's Bmart faoclts i>' S>VTJ a Cinderella frock | look far these labels la overs ixock • A skirl richly pleated, puiicd sleeves, velvet belt and trim distinguish this SHIRLEY TEMPLE irock. Pastel colors. Sizes 3 to 12. CINDERELLA FROCKS in authentic SHIRLEY TEMPLE STYLES 20th CENTURY-FOX FILMSTAR

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