Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1938
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JANUARY 13 PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADV**™ ALGONA. IOWA Sunday afternoon at tho Rudolph guests at R. E. Morgan's, Algona, And Now as Dependable Budget Unlancers. lor tins have specials that are real budget balancers Beef Roasts F,,r the weekend we have Shoulder Kmists at lie and 17e per lit. At this low price vve can supply ft mast that 11 III please in every particular. GORWITH 'AUX' TO GIVE TWO SCHOOL MEDALS Corwith, Jan. 12—Tho Legion Auxiliary met last week at the Legion hall with ten present. Mrs. Rufus C. Welter and Mrs. Robert Beer were hostesses. It was decided that the Auxiliary would again give history medals this year to the boy and girl in the fifth and sixth grades in the Corwith school who haye the highest grades in American history for the year. Reports were given by chairmen of the community service, sick call, and relief committees. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the meeting, >Vp(M!np Bnfe Observed— The Fred and John Oxley fam- Five Armstrong Boys Home from Trip to California Round Steak Those who limnv meat Lave but to look at tlID anc steaks priced at 2»c PIT Ih. and they know they art- tender and fint flavored. Huy an extra thick steak for an oven roast that .s tender and juicy and not nasty. Fresh Pork \ nice niece of 1'rf-li I>«rk for an oven roast at Mr per Ib. A slicTm- 'i n. n'sh pork to fry at Ilk- per Ib. The ini-ntion ol filed fr«.ihp.,rL and K«M> «»ss I'aneukes has appetite appeal as a breakfast combination. Beef to Boil, - - Pound, 12c Fresh Ground pure Beef Ib 14c Tomatoes There \-: real sulisiaetmn in openine the can and findinir it full to flic top nitli meaty, red ripe tomatoes, .lust such to- niatoe-i at Council Oak this week-end priced at Sc lor the No. '2 can. Sweet Prunes Medium si/e siveet prunes that require little snirar. These nice meaty prune- are most desirable lor sauce and pie fruit. Iluy a supply for the winter at our special price. A 1-lb. bair i'nr ±2c, aiid the original 25-lb. box for $1.24. Jjilics entertained a group of rela- I! lives Sunday afternoon in honor of j the 30th wedding anniversary of I Mrs. John Oxley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lackmore, Forest City. The afternoon's entertainment consisted of a mock wedding, singing, playing of games, and visiting. An angel food cake decorated with the conventional bride and bridegroom, was presented by .Mrs. Gail Skelley. Guests were I Mrs. Skelley and sons John and j i Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Lackmore, i;ind Mr. and Mrs. Milo Lackmore ;and daughter Gerry, all of Forest ! City. I: Former Resident is Bend— I Funeral services were held last I week Tuesday afternoon at Web| ster City for Mrs. Jens Christen- New Armstrong, Jan. 12-Everett and j formerly aH^orthwest Kossuth county rest- also visitd Mr and Mrs. WUliam dents, and Clifton De Bates, son of Mrs Francis Du Bates, of Armstrong, returned late Saturday evening from a two weeks' visit In California. The five hoys took a southern route through Texas and New Mexico, and reported the roads in need of reconstruction. While in the west they visited the Boulder Dam on the border line of Arizona and Nevada. They also saw the Grand Canyon and viewed the Rose Parade in Los Angeles New Year's day. In Englewood the boys visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edgren, Mr. and Mrs. Arney Hovey, and ^August Teggelburg, all residents. visited at i.j.i>c^ ^«~. , uncle of Francis. They also visited Dr. Schrecengost and Thos. Guernsey, who formerly lived m Armstrong, and Mr. and Mis,. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hoppe, who had spent the past two weeks at Fairmont, are now at tho home of Mrs. Hoppe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Person. The Alton Hurlburts, of Whittemore, spent Sunday fti William Velson's. In Los Angeles Miles Guerdet's, an Ache, At National City, Calif., they vis- Baird. Mrs. Baird is the former Nancy Peterson and both Mrs. Fleming and Mrs. Baird are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peterson. Four of the boys, with the exception of Clifton De Bates, made this same trip two years ago. The boys found the roads much improved since their last trip. All the boys appeared to De glad to be back, although they all enjoyed their trip. Hurt Loses Double Header— The boys' basketball teams-won a doubleheader from Burt Friday night. The boys' first team swamped Burt 45-19. The boys led 19-8 at the half. The second team won 14-4. The boys and girl teams go to Thompson Friday night. The, girls' team to date has won six games and lost only one. They have an average of 44 points per'game to their opponents 1J Peters home, Mrs. Calvin Householder and Mrs Raymond Bierstedt attended a millttng party Saturday afternoon at 1. C. Bierstedt'f), Burt. Mrs Tillle Hanna, daughter Myrtle, and Mrs. A. H. Hanna were a week ago Tuesday dinner guests at James Wadswouh's. day Mrs. Harris and Mrs Wadsworth, Mrs. A. it. , lfln daughters June Adele nnd \\<, Mae were dinner guests n- Tillle Hanna. •Mrs. Dora Laabs spent. with her sister, Mrs. FuerstenaU, Lotts Creek. who I points. ter left Corwith Saturday afternoon with the intention of attend- nig the democratic banquet at Des ,Moines. But before Mr. Bonnstet- Iter reached Des Moines, the S Lone Rock A birthday party honoring Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Rlngsted, were Sunday dinner and upper guests at Eugene Pearson's. Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough, Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Clifford "Jarrison, Ray Reynolds, and W. J. Reynolds spent Sunday at Edw. Blnnchard's, Irvington. Rav Reynolds remained for a week's visit. Grace Angus returned Saturday from Rochester, whers she went through the clinic. Hattie Warda, Buvt, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Robert Ackarman. Other Sunday evening guests there were Clifford Schroder, Dr. and Mrs. Lichter, all of Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Algona. Mrs. Caroline Ackarman spent a few days last week there. Mr. and Mrs. Lawience Dittnier. visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. Dittmer's father. Charles Dittmer, who is seriously ill at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jansen, Lakota, spent last Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Ahrend Neeland. Friday evening guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Detman Nielsen, Richard Behrends, and the Russell Burgesons, all of Sen- Mr, and Mrs. Paul Olson and daughter Paulma Joy were Sunday dinner guests at Merwin Marler leucueu j-*ca HAWHH-.J, -"~ — weather forced him to turn back, Harold Cushman was held Satur- so ho still has his $25 banquet day evening at her hprne.^ Attend- ticket in his pocket. Two Have Scarlet Fever— ing were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueller, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs nu little ounnui' JL un;*.— ' ' Mrs. Russell Riggle was taken Alirend Neeland, and Mr. and Mrs health lor several montns. 'J-' ne | a nd tn6 Rj gg i e home was quaran- Coila Jane J-ioinster, jonei, 111., ! Christensons were former Corwith j t j ne( j The two Riggle children, a came Monday to visit at the par| residents. Mr. Christenson owned; boy and girlj had tne disease some ental L. B. Hollister's. I the meat market here from 1320 to — - •"- -- J ™-~ •«>•'-it-« 111 925, and the family lived in the I i house now owned by Clifford Ap- scarlet fever. j; plegatc. Mrs. Christenson is sur- jjvived by her husband, a\ daughter '.Marion, and a son. Those from|P. 0 .Employe is 111— ihere who attended the services John Carlson, assistant j I wore Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sorenson, 'and Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson. UUV clUU £,li 1, 11<IU LJIC U1CHX10U .auul^ ~'. .." t time ago. Elva Stambaugh, local Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulsticn telephone office operator, is also spent last Tuesday at John quarantined at her home with Fuhr's, Fenton. Mr. Faulstich and • children, were Sunday afternoon jand supper guests at Hugo Faul' stich's. L.ott-1 Creek. Mr. and Mrs. juim v_uiiaun, uasiauiuL post- Faulslicli, accompanied by Mr. aud master, has been ill at tiis home Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, spent Satur- low's. Mrs. John Dempsey, who accompanied John Arbogast, of Fenton, to Omaha, returned here Friday. Mrs. Conrad Rahn is seriously ill at her home south of town. The Harry Rahns, Dodge Center, Minn., came last week on business, and also called on Mr. Rahn's mother. Theo. Krueger and Floyd Marsh were business callers at Elmore Saturday. Juanita Wegener, Lorabelle Householder, Wilma Gifford, and Mary Ann Flaig visited the Fenton schools Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Tietz and . . Mrs. Earl Lauritzen, Algona, spent Brown Sugar two weeks. Roberta Masterson d a y at Fort Dodge visiting the has been working at the postoffice Henry Stahlbuck's. The Faul- during his absence. ; stiches are driving a new Chev; rolet. The Leonard Heerdts, of ' Burt, spent 'Sunday evening with Mrs. Elizabeth Jergenson re- the Faulstiches. turned last week from the Mercy jj r . an d Mrs. Fred Wegoner, A Personal Message to Ten Families in Algona No we will not mention names, but as we write this message in January, 1938, we have in mind ten families that we know would like to have a homo of their own or a new home and who are financially able to build or who can easily arrange to finance the job—there may be others and you may be one of them. To these families we say—do not let 1988 pass with. out realizing your dream home. And the surest way of making sure that this year will be your new home year is to get started ou it this month. The thing to do RIGHT NOW is call at our office or phone us to come to your house and let us help you start the details of planning. Get your dream home into definite plan form. Then decide on the materials you want to use. Then we can tell you the actual cost and help you arrange the financing, With all these details decided, you will be ready to start actual construction work at any time, and you can set a definite date for Moving Into the New Home and THAT will be a day you will long remember. !: Make the first move TODAY—call on us or let us j call on you. F. S. Norton & Son ALGONA IOWA Other Corwith News. Gldcii brown sucar is the correct sutrar for the caramel iVostinir and lor pancake syrup. Tor this sale the price is •> His. for lie. A little Mnpo srives sugar syrup a delicious imitation maple flavor. Our every day price on 3Iapo is 5)c per tiottle. Vanilla Wafers These crisp, vanilla flavored wafers are a prime favorite with the youngsters. Nice to have on hand to serve -with ice cream'inn! irelatin dessert. Our week-end price is only i:',c lier pound. Our "Red Bag" Coffee When your coffee taste demands a change «e surest you try our popular priced Ited Hat? Coffee. Its rich, smooth flavor lias made lots of friends for the Council Oak Stores. A special price of isc, or 3 pounds for .">2c. Macaroni & Spaghetti Vour favorite casserole dish always pleases. As a budget balancer no other food compares with macaroni and spaghetti, in our cellophane package this week-end we will sell 2 punnds for 15c. Free Cereal Bowl With the piirclmse of 2 large packages of Kellogg's Corn Flakes you get a beautiful blue cereal bowl free. The combination price for this sale is 19c. ONE CENT SALE Superb Toilet Tissue \ fine pure white crepe paper that is thoroughly sterilized. Soft, absorbent, and soluble. An excellent cold cream remover. Stock up at this suits I big rolls for 25c. With every I rolls you can buy one for Ic. Blue Barrel Soap The soup that does the work of three ordinary cakes. It's kind to your hands. The price is 2 big pound bars for life during (iiis sale. Haskin's ££ Castile cak >vf.*.^ •• ^-' « ,.~..,~» „„ I tU I J1CU Ulr>L WC CIV XI v»iii Lilt ii»v,J \jj i\I I . illlU iUIJs. i' 1 UU >V tlfe^ii^i , and gave some sugges-1 hospital at Mason City, where she MrSi R Usse n Thompson and son scout work. Lee is the ] las ^ een ti ie j ast m onth following j ac ] C| an d Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, of ner .scout who has attend- an operation for tho removal of T> 1lr( .' f i,. n vr. to Waterloo Sunday to Hoy Scouts Have Sleeting— Fourteen Boy Scouts were present at the weekly meeting last week at the .school gymnasium. Lee Williams was a visitor at the meeting, and gave some sugges tions on _ i/us _ _ _ only former .scout who has attend- an operation for tho removal of B U 7t', drove to Waterloo Sunday to ed the meetings and volunteered j ncr appen dix and gall bladder. at tend the funeral of Mrs. Mary to lend a helping hand in the | Her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert p aus t She was an aunt of Mr. j scout movement in the commun-1 jorgenson and little daughter, Des Wegener and Mrs. Bierstedt. jity. Raymond Rigglcs, Jimmie | MoineSi are staying with her. I Mrs. Henry Schroeder was host-, Galloway, Jimraie Larson, Wil- | Mr _ an d Mrs. R. L. Hauswith ess to t h e Burt Lutheran Aid la.st [ Hani Robinson, Ronald Stevens, | an(J ghirley, and Mr. and Mrs. C. Thursday. j Junior Oxley, and Wayne Wood- f ._ j o hnson spent Sunday with Mr. I Mr an d Mrs. Raymond Tietz, of bury have all passed scout tests | Jo hnson's mother, Mrs. Claudine F entO n, and the Raymond Bier- during the past week. Johnson, at Rolfe. Gertrude Hur- ste dts were Sunday supper guests ley, English teacher, accompanied a) . ^] ma Krueger's. Quits to .loin Husband— "Mrs. Donald Clark, formerly Alice Bu.sh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Trod Bush, has resigned her position with the Corwith telephone exchange, where she has She! them and visited Hurley taught at coming to Corwith. The Queen Esther Circle met friends. Miss I Arlette Nave and Russell Las- Rolfe before tin(3i ni n g s ted, spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowe. Lola Marlow and George Kiss- last week 1 at Barbara Larson's. I nerj whittemore, were Sunday din- Leaper's, OUTi her hiiKbanc, \% 10 is L ^ c ' seno y i i j0 j s Escher gave a read-;' A gi^ poun( i boy was born Sun- TiVitt and who is connected ! '»« on - The Little Brown chur( r n : day evening to Mr. and Mrs. Frank \l?o pVi ch'i d \uto "o at A covered-dish supper and a social Householder. He has been named whore thov wiU make the" hour followed the meeting I David Franklin. . Mrs. Amy'Foley and daugh- r ^e* te^isitlnK b™' grandpar- ' Mr '. aml Mrs ' AleXMKrUegd ° r ' ^vs .ita Favc have taken over her I J ' 0% ' ' __. ,.__ ,-,.,„,/ n.A-v, i J ames _. c I ?? ns ',. i '',. a . ', ' Clark. Britt, Ct/w^ThTwir^e-t^ >-ur followed the'meeUn homo.. Mrs. Amy Foley and daughter Rita Fayc have taken over her • and ^ pred work m the telephone office. wh . ]e he) . parentSi M ,._ and Mrs . Clarence Toillion, are in the east Knnawha Group in Tarty— A group of Kanawha Eastern.---Star members gathered at Charles , with a R. E. A.^project. Hamm's, southeast of Corwith,' " ~~"' """ r> - lv —* David Franklin. the Mrs. Flaig, Mrs. Caroline Ackarman, and Robert Ackarman drove . ,.... ^.i.v-*.. iv,.....-.., «.- -.- — —- | to Wesley Sunday, viewing the ern part of the state in connection ' scene O f the fire which destroyed I the cafe owned by Muriel Long, one evening last week for a bridge children, of Algona, spent the party. The prize of the evening; week-end with relatives in Cor- was'won by Mr. and Mrs. L. D. i with. Saturday they drove to Ma- Wilkie, who in turn presented it ! .son City to visit his father, C. H. I *o Mr. and Mrs. Hamm. Refresh- Brown, who is a patient at the i a iv. ai. jv. ijiujuv-i.. i tne cate ownea oy iviunei jjunsi Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brown and ; daughter of Mrs. Alex Krueger. rti-PTi. nf Algona. snent the Iu riel had her feet badly frozen nd is under a doctor's care. Mrs. Ertw. Clarke, of nents were served to those present, who were Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. tohnson, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Blaz- Mercy hospital. Myrtle Swenson has returned to her work in the James Muto home or, Mr. and Mrs. L. IX Wilkie, Mr. [at Des Moines, after ten days at and "Mrs Williams, and Mr. and her home here. Mr. Muto .was for" " "in the Mrs. William Brummond. merly the athletic coach Corwith school. Florence Widen, daughter of Mr. lirls \\ 111 llllt I>OyS Lose— j riurunuu u'luun, uuugui.t:i UL wii. The Corwith high school earnediand Mrs. Ernest Widen, underwent an even break in a double-header | an operation for appendicitis one hnsltnthnll L'.-ime on the. local floor j day last week at the Mason Citv * M -Ident nurse. PARTY basketball game on the. local floor , uu> lu , bl wucn UL me utaaun -^uy a week ago Tuesday evening. The Mercy hospital, where .she is a stu- Corwith girls won from the Me- dent nurse, servey girls by a score of fil-21.1 Mrs. Margaret Hofraastor, of Des High for Corwith was Betty Moines, Mrs. Harvey Wadsworth Scace, who dropped in 33 points, of Denver, and Mrs. Earl Griffith V. Nissen made 10 points to load j of Algona, were visitors at Mrs the visiting squad. The boys' team | Claude Stull's last week Wednes- lost to the Britt squad 30-28.; day. Johnson, of Britt, was high in the | The Itev. and Mrs. Karl W. G boys' same, scoring 12 points. | Miller attended the regular month- Clarion sub-district ministeria Given Trip to New York— Mr. and Mrs. C'ecil IJogard TIRES Save 50'.' on guaranteed retread and used factory adjustment tires. We have on hand a nice stock of lug grip tires for snow and mud. We specialize in vulcanizing tires and tubes. Sampson Tire Service Phone "»">.5. Located at 110 State St. and meeting at Kanawha one day las week. Mrs. Ed son Jimmie, of Decoruh, visited Mrs Ed Un . has retu ,. nec last week with Mrs. Bogard's ; f rom Ulc Miison clty Me hog mother, Mrs. Clara Patterson. pltal afler spendin g 12 days then Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bogard left j ,. ecoverlng from a maior ODera uson City for a three-day j t j New York City, and for a from Muson City visit in __. .. weak in Mississippi, as guests of the Bankers Life Insurance Co., by whom Mr. Bogard is employed. Jimmie remained to visit his ;randmother during his parents' .bsence. a major lion. Marie Wieder, Des Moines, i spending a two weeks vacatio with her mother and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Clarke, linneapolis, were Saturday after- oon callers at W. J. Cotton's. The ottons were Sunday dinner THE BOSSES ARE AWAY! They told us we could try our hand- they left us in charge! And now we are going to start somethins- SO HERE GOES! at the Academy Hall Monday Evening Jan. 17 Cards, Luncheon, Vance THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS will conic to yuur home every day through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An Jnlrrnational Daily Nw.'spafit'r It records lor you the world's c!c:in, constructive; cioin^s. The Monitor doc:i not exploit crime or son."cutinn; iici:.lier does it ignore thum, hut dcuhs coiTtictlvtly with them. Features for busy men and nil tho fumily. including the Wufclily Musuziue Section. Tlie Christian Science Pvblir.hin? Society Olio, Nor\vuy Street, Boot-jii, Miissuchusctts Plencrs cuter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for a period of 1 year §[).00 G months $4.50 3 months $2.25 1 month 75c Wednesday Issue, including Magazine Section: 1 year $2.60, 3 issues 26o 1 Nnrae Address • Suml>tu Cujty un Hugutstt tirtliiluy is (YleliraU'd— Leonard Studer, .son of Mr. and j Mrs. Herman Studer, celebrated; iis seventh birthday last week.' {datives and friends who called ; .o help celebrate were: Mr. and | Mrs. R. ("'. Glawe, Mr. and Mrs. i oi'Ke Glawe and daughter, the j Otto Glawe family, till of Corwith, j the AuRUst Studer family, and Mr.: and Mrs. John Studer, Wesley, and ; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clark, of Britt. ! Shower is Given Friday— Mrs. \V. S. Hunt and daughter Elsie Mae were hostessevS to a group of friends at a shower hon- iiiK Mrs. Harold Evans at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson, Friday evening. Various games and eon- tests furnished the entertainment of tho evening. Lunch was served. Mrs. Evans received many beautiful gifts. We Are Going To Shoot The Works, Give You Some Values You Cannot Match Anywhere, Any Place—We Know You Will Agree With Us. HEAVY DUTY Overshoes A Sensational $1 buy, tills week __ * > BOYS' BLUE DENIM Bib Overalls Ages 6 to 16 at" only Melhmlist Circle Meets— The M. G. C. circle of the Methodist Aid met with Elva Stambaugh last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. William Wood was assisting hostess. The program, directed by Mrs. Glen Dunlap, honored those whose birthdays were in December—Mrs. W. H. Perkins, Mrs. P. E. Walley, Mrs. Claude Stull, and Mrs. Gail Skelley. Good Cleaning Shows . . . There is simply no question about our quality cleaning—it shows. Profit by it—use Our services regularly. Look your best and at the same time economize through longer wear. Our service pleases the most exacting. If you haven't tried our laundry service, do so now. Phone 330. Elk Cleaners Across from new Post Office Has Expensive Ticket— Postmaster J. Joseph 1 Bonnstet- Any $24.50 Suit of Clothes 17-4S Any $24.50 Overcoat 17.4S Alpagora DeLuxe OVERCOATS .'Sold throughout Iowa for $35— We'll sell them this week for 24*85 (P. S. Mel says we'll give every overcoat buyer a neck scarf. I say we'll give every suit buver a tie.— • Bob.) " Laskin Lamb Lined STORM COATS Fine Laskin Collars, deep brown. A $20 value, but why pay prices other stores ask 1 ? We sell them at 13.65 WE THINK THESE ARE THE GREATEST VALUES THAT WtLL BE FOUND IN NORTH IOWA FOR A LONG TIME TO COME. IK OUR OPINION NO OTHER STORE CAN, OR WILL, W AY JNAND DAY OUT,' GIVE YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR MONEY AS THIS STORE OF OURS. —"BOB" aud "MEL" Dick an4 Jesse are helping us this week. =1 HUB Clothiers The Clothing Corner of North Iowa MEN'S RIB WINTER Union Suits 68c 14 pound weight, at Lambsdown Fleece Union Suits Finest fleece IT'suit made No. 1 quality only, at

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