JANUARY 13, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE F1VSJ 1DIGATION [MODELED URCH HELD •gationalists in >gram Last Sunday. of rededlcatlon of the lonal church were held Regular morning ere held at 11 o'clock fvesper • and dedicatory ,s held at 4 p. m. rnoon program was: 1'Arla," by Andrews; call Ip, the pastor, the Rev. ^ance; The Church's One. [pn, by the choir; inyoca- '" Lord's Prayer; anthem, The Lights. The Rev. "gess presented the. scrip- ing and prayer; the Rev. ijostrand gave greetings 'I churches of Algona; an- 1s the Spirit; offertory, of rededication, given jjP. A. Johnson, Grinnell; ^What the True Church Is ''; the Rev. A, • S. Carlson, lithe Mason City Congre- jchurch, following which 1 igation sang, "0, Master, With Thee." ^Cowan, member of the [supervised the rcmodel- j;the building committee .posed of P. J. Chrdsten- Irman, Herman Hauberg, La Barre. The finance was composed of R. H. jjfiiatrman, and Mr. Hauberg Barre. The improve- additions to the church Shingling the roof, remod- r tower, new sills and sid- aorth and east part of Sing, and repairing pres- ""ih entrance. A new din- itchen, lounge rooms, fur- pi coal room accommoda- aye been added to the base- has been built in the of the dining hall which facilities for religious Rev. Mi- author of some rep- Thanks" l, e kitchen modernly A new furnace, includ- ;" f affbrced-air system, has been itallgd. ahib Club Group J~fShows at Spencer v $; *t? • The f Kossuth lamb club mem take part in a lamb show Algona, la., Jan. 10, 1938. Editor Kossuth County Advance, Algona, la. In. behalf of the Kossuth County Safety Council I want to thank you for the highway safety map published in your January 6 is- , sue, and also for tho front page publicity given the highway safety movement in this county. We feel that it. is a splendid form of pubr llclty for our program. Wo sent a number.- of marked copies of t.hls paper to state officials and others interested in highway safety, and wish to quote .part of the reply received from P. H. Sproul, executive secre- tar Iowa State Safety Council, state house, Des Moines: "I have just received the January 6 issue of the Kossuth County Advance which you sent me. This is swell publicity, and you have planned a good job for this •year. Congratulations!." We believe tho advertisers supporting your map page will realize results from their support of the safety movement, and will be active in the campaign. Again thanking you for this excellent publicity, and trusting that your efforts in the cause of safety will be renewed this year by use of maps, figures, cartoons, and news items, I beg to remain, Sincerely, O. S. REILEY, Secretary Kossuth County Safety Council. Officers Named by Cresco Club The Cresco Chums 4-H club me Saturday with Alice Sparks, witl eight members present. Mrs Brown, the leader was unable t attend because of a severe cole Officers for the following yea were elected: president, Ell Harr; vice, Berniece Reaper, sec retary,, .Patricia Maiern; treasu rer, Lorraine Thomas; historian Zelda Long. An interesting demonstration on How to Make Plaques from .Wallpaper was given by Lois i Barr. Talks were given: An interesting color scheme for girls' room, and ews Mr. and Mrs. Holman Anderson pent Monday at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Sam Smith has been 111 vith infulenza since Saturday. She is recovering. Robert Hanklns, Webster City, ill visit his sister, Mrs. Delbert Brown, over the week-end. Lewis McWhorler took two enport, came Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engel. Mr. Rakocy Is a brother of Mrs. Engel. They will leave for their home the latter part of the week. 1'lie Messrs, and Mesdames Clcvo Stewart,. George Stewart, Wade Little, Frank Shilts, Miss Elberta, St. Peter, Minn., to visit her brothers, Palmer and Robert Sellstrom. She is the former Dorothy Sell- Strom. Mrs. Vf. II. Godfrey, who has been ill in bed since November 20, shows no improvement. Mrs. Ruth Look, practical nurse from Mason City, has been caring for her .since September. George Godfrey, of Ames, called Saturday evening to see his mother. 1'et.er Cliuhl), son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb, here, was transferred last week from a slate there Thursday evening. While, plies. Liberal terms.-^See Robert here Mrs. Twogood fell and injured an ankle, but it was much improved when she left. * Mr. and Mrs. Soren Didrlksen, Britt, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Didriksen Saturday. Mrs. John Anderson accompanied them from Wesley, where she had been a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Julius Kunz. She will be a guest at Nels Beck's for a few days. The Messrs. Didriksen are brothers. Mrs. John Romer's nephew, George Bern Beck, has been nam- oads of cattle to Chicago Saturday, returning on Tuesday. Mrs. Win. I)chnort left. Wednesday morning for Rochester where she will interview an eye specia- 1st. Gall Potter has been 111 at her home with influenza since Monday. She clerks at the Ciimmlngs store. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scan Ian went to Des Moines Sunday. Betty Scan- an and Merle Pratt accompanied them. ] Mrs. Mary NHIes, Remsen, and Margaret Kraus, Granville, were week-end guests at the Arend and Bockes homes. Itrldgct Gaffney, office nurse for Dr. J. N. Kenefick, spent last party church Sunday night. "highway position at Humboldt to I ed "the first baby of 1938" at TIHI H 1 0 1 n nnr-ri a similar one at Lake Mills. His Spencer. The boy was born Jan- j^iuio auenaeci a caru, w , fo ftn(] bahy son haV(j bc(Jn vif _ uary 3 and we jghed six pounds, '•?_:. .,?*?? ^ tnollc iting the parental C. E. Chubbs 13 ounces. Various Spencer bus- since Christinas. week-end at her home south of Mason City. Marian Hopne, homo economics teacher at Burt, spent the week- "lliirnetta, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin- Bonnstetter, underwent a sinus operation Saturday morning at the Mercy hospital, Mason City. She was brought home Monday a"nd is doing well. Lucille, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Black, farmers south of Algona, began work Friday as stenographer at the Krusi-Blcs- som agency. She is a graduate of a Minneapolis business school. C. II. Klnmp and W. J. Payne attended a Register & Tribune convention at Des Moines Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Klamp is county salesman and Mr. Payne is state field manager for the publications. Lars Sorensen and his niece, Mrs. Julius Peterson, left Sunday for three months at Twin Falls, Idaho, with the former's sister, end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. A. Larson. Mr. Sorensen's J. H. Hoppe. Evelyn Dole, who assisted at Graham's store during December, resumed her duties at t the recorder's office Friday. Sixteen members of the Baptist Young People's Union attended a roller skating party at Britt last week Thursday evening. Mrs. Joel Ilerbst went to Des what goes .scrapoook, into and a conservation good posture, s Spencer Friday and Saturday lere re 17 4-H boys nd girls in e 'local club and each of them s a r group of 16 lambs, which | ill be sold at auction Saturday llowing the show. Counties tak- g part' t aie Pocahontas, O'Brein, ilo Alto, Emmet, Cherokee, Bue- Clay, Kossuth, and Jack- latter in Minnesota. Kos- members are: Floyd Bode, iti James Coady, Wesley ; were given by Lorraine Thomas, Patricia Matern, and Zelda Long. meeting several piano selections from this year's music project. The next meeting will be held February 5 with Lois Barr. Following the business Lorraine Thomas gave oss,and Paul Inman, and Dyrle unt,;Bancroft; Robert and Betty arlpvJ'Leonard, Lester, and Be- aa<Rogers, Lone Rock; Edward lbert,vand Betty Anderson, of wea&City, Mavis and Russell wanson, Morris and Wallace atinsonT, Armstrong. Planning Group Has Burt Meeting The agriculture planning committee met yesterday at the Burt Savings bank. The major topic of discussion was soil conservation, district legislaton, 'and farm tenancy. A series of these meetings will be held between now and March. A. H. Bonnstetter, West Bend, will hold a county hearing January 25 in Algona on farm tenancy. » FOUR TOWNSHIPS IN h county are longer than four townships are Get your new 1937 plat Advance office. It $3 plus tax. orders. Cash otf Scarlet Fever at Hurt. Burt, Jan. 12 — Three cases of scarlet fever broke out over the week-end. Stella and Mary Jetfn Rachut and Martha Ruhnke. Several suffering from colds were sent home from school Monday as possible victims. Moines Wednesday and will spend the rest of the week with her sister, Mrs. Roland White. W. A. Foster left Sunday evening for Chicago, where he remained until this morning on a furniture stock buying trip. The Russell Maxwell family and Mrs. Arnold Maxwell and family were Sunday guests of the C. E. Maxwells at Eagle Grove. Mrs. M. P. Weaver was taken to the hospital Monday evening for medical treatment on her left thigh. She is recovering. .loan, baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, has been quite ill for several days. At the last report she was improving. Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs, north of Algona, moved Monday to a farm near Austin, Minn. John is a brother of Fred Jacobs here. Mrs. Rachel Parsons, of Denver, Colo., arrived Monday 'evening called by the illness which resulted in the death of her brother, A. Hutchison. „ Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Menko, Bancroft, are leaving the latter part of thie week for two months in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz, farmers northeast of Algona, left Saturday for two weeks in Alabama. They may locate there if they like the country. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Delageorde are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Waldron. The Delageordes are here on business and will remain indefinitely. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Vail, of Chicago, came last week Thursday for a week or two visit at R. D. Button's. The Mesdames Vail and Dutton are sisters. The Nidana club met Monday evening with Mary Harris. Five members were presant, and Ihe diversion was sewini;. Lois Mill other relatives are living in Denmark. / Mrs. Frank Skilling, hfir son Donald, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon, Woden, and their infant son. Charles ware Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Dole, Irvington. Mrs. Harmon is a daughter of Mrs. Dole. Wilma Kapp will begin work next week as office girl for Dr. C. D. Schaap. She will take the place of Alice Zeigler, who was married recently. Miss Kapp has been bookkeeper at the Elbert's Garage for over a year. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk drove to Mason City Tuesday. The women visited Mrs. Winkel's sis- G. C. Scobt'e, new ticket agent at ;hc Milwaukee depot, and his family moved into Mrs. J. 0. Paxson's house on South Wooster street a week ago Tuesday. Tho E. R. Sell- stroms' who formerly lived there, left the day before to make their home at_Rockwell City. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. V. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson, Jos. Lowe, and Paul Wiley went to Des Moines Tuesday and the men attended a Wild Lifa Federation meeting. The Swausons returned Tuesday evening and ' the others returned Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Lowell Hill, Mrs. Kenneth Henderson, Bloomfield, and Mrs. Earl Noble, Des Moines, were last week guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Saunders from Monday till Wednesday, and Mrs. Henderson remained till Saturday. The Mesdames Henderson and Saunders are sisters. The Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows, Sioux City, visited from Tuesday evening till Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Burrow's parents, Mr . and Mrs. C. C. Wright. The were on their way home from Fort Dodge where they had attended the funeral of a friend of Mr. Burrows. C. Moore, Hotel Algona, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 18 and 19. 44ul6 iness houses are giving him . ihe baby awards. The Infant is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beck, Mr. Beck being a orothor o£ MIB. Romer, ".Fcsse Beamish, of Iowa Falls, brother of Ray Beamish and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, has been here visiting for the last two weeks. He will return to Iowa Falls to the homo of his parents Friday when Mr. Beamish drives there to attend' a sales meeting. Jesae was employed on the Grand Coulee dam, Grand Coulee, Wash., for nearly a year. Officers Elected by Algona Band The Algona Municipal band held its a/inual business meeting Monday night, and after a brief holiday vacation will begin regular weekly rehearsals next Monday night. H. R. Rasmusson, high school band instructor, was chosen as director for the coming year. Harry Spongberg- was elected president; Helmuth Huenhold, secretary-treasurer to succeed himself; and Lawrence Gillespie, manager. Mrs. P. Y. Janse got home Saturday from Oklahoma City, where she had visited a month. She left Sunday morning for Minneapolis J.o attend the funeral of a brother, J. P. Mason, general traffic manager for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mrs. Janse returned Tuesday evening. . T'-PTIG Canesius, cashier in a | Edward Oslriini, of Lyle, Minn., store there, and the men went on and his family spent the New TWENTY MEN WANTED AT once tn fill positions as county salesmen for . a large responsible company patented manufacturing mineral block a new and a high grade line of farmers' sup- o Charles City on business. Tho Alpona lii,gn school normal raining class will taxe exaraina- ions at the court house next week Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, fifteen are expected to write the .ests, which will be given on psychology, geography, and grammer. Mrs. Win. Nngel, Stanton Is- and, New York City, was in Al- ?ona Tuesday calling on old 'riends. She was on her way to Year's week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ostrum. The Edw. Ostrums went to New Hampton a week ago Wednesday to be with Mrs. Ostrum's mother, who is very ill following a stroke a month ago. John Haggard took his sister, Mrs. Forrest Twogood, to Mason City Tuesday evening and she took a train for her home at Moscow, Idaho. She will arrive CALL ..THEATRE.. 2 DAYS—TUES.-WED., JAN. 18-19 Glorious Entertainment! Continuous shows daily from 1 O'clock. Hood's IGA Store Phone 355 % Specials Free Delivery FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY NO. 1. Musical Comedy Tuneful, Compact PHIL HARRIS BAND AND ENTERTAINERS —in— "HARRIS IN SPRING" wenty Years Ago BAILEY, who had .been at the County Savings ^became cashier ' of the Fenton Savings bank suc- R S. BJossom, who had ',the Swea~ City bank to be- shier. * * * * D-GERMA'N at Fenton had yarned against unpatriotic again, and the notice was in the Fenton Reporter, arnings were very common |d feeling ran high against |rho stood by their old coun- id of helping their adop- atry. * * * * SHWITH pro-German grain |who had disappeared some ter the-U. S. went into the is discovered to have died * * * * |J. ANDERSON, Bancroft, |d C. F. Wheeler as chair: the county board of super- * * * * 5NA GROCERS were ask- gsewives to be systematic in * their orders early enough regular deliveries each jie delivery service was ex- High war prices were Isponsible for a system of restriction. iRCIAL CLUBS of the Jon the fight against a fed- of 10 per cent on uiem- which was imposed as a pasure. The clubs. claimed ere service clubs and help- ell government bonds and fed many government ac- I ANNUAL MEETING of the County Breeders associate be held January 12. Eichler, of Iowa State who had brought 80 head fthovn cattle from Scotland •country, was to be speaker. * * * * 3NMARK GIRL, Ida Meta vho arrived here on Satur- married Monday to Fred- gielsen, an Algona laborer met her there on a visit fears before. * * * * WESLEY bxanch of the pss was to benefit from the line best eow sold by W. F : * * * * : METHODIST Aid gave flag to tfee cfcurcti which ree feet wWe and five long. In a memorial service rela- ttives or* boys in the army or navy pinned a star to the flag for each boy, and all told 39 soldiers from the church were represented. The flag was to. be hung in -the auditorium during the duration of the war, and stars were to be added as more were called to the service. Matern that week. He-was moving to-Augusta, 111. * * * * EUGENE MURTAGH,, Frances Quinn, and Roland Paine were the high school debating team, which was to "discuss the question of government ownership and operation of the railroads against representatives of Dayton, with the..locals upholding the negative. THE HIGH SCHOOL basketball team was to play Armstrong in the first game of the season. The game had been postponed once .because of poor railroad connections. ALL OFFICERS of the County Mutual Insurance association were eelected. Ellis McWhorter was president; Edw. Donovan, vice; J. ). Paxson, secretary; C. T. Chubb, reasurer; and M. J. Jones and E. O. Mann, directors. Mr. Paxson's salary was upped from $1,000 to $1,200. * * * * ; EIGHT WEDDING licenses were s'sued in the final week of the vear, with Justices A. Hutchison and Crowell performing the ceremony for three of the couples. * * # * FUNERAL SERVICES for Dale, second son of the W. E. McDonalds, who had died with,,diabetes, were held at the home, and burial was made at Burt. He had been sick a year. t * * * EMIL LAVRENZ, Algona .farni- er, wrote from San Antonio ab'out his auto trip there, saying he had no car trouble. Prices there were: Oats, 9c a 'bu.; corn, $2.30; prairie hay, $38 a ton; alfalfa, '$45 to $50 a ton; eggs, 60c a dozen; •'butter, 60c a pound; and potatoes 5s r: a pound. M. J. Mann, Burt, and the Dg Whites, Sexton, were also there for the winter, * * * * A PET DOG owned by lira. JM. C. Losom, brought $20 in a Hed Cross sale at Tltonka before sbfl discovered it was being sold and It. The sale netted: for ths service. was a guest of the club. Mrs. S. T. Parsons and Mrs. H. M. Brown, Denver, Colo., sister-in- law and daughter respectively of Mrs. R. J. Hutchison, arrived Monday for a two weeks visit. Mrs. S. M. Wagner, Smith Center, Kans., arrived Monday evening to be a guest> of the Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Vance for a prolonged visit. Mrs. Wagner is Mrs. Vance's mother. Mrs. Agnes Seeley, Plum Creek, spent Friday with her sister-in- law, Mrs. Ellis McWhorter. The former's son Howard and his wife were Friday evening callers at the MoWhorter home. Mrs. Win. Cummings came from Des Moines Monday evening. Cummings is the owner of Mr. the Cummings store. Mrs. Cummings will remain indefinitely, taking earn of the store. . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rakocy, Dav- MILD [Exceptionally So] THE ORIGINAL A NICKLESS J Only 5c Salad Dressing IGA Pull quart 34c Catsup Plymouth Maid j 14-oz. . bottle lOc Cut Green 1 Beans No. 2 can 3 for 29c Catsup, Carol 14-oz. 2 - 21c Mustard, quart jar ___13c Peanut Butter, 24-oz._ 22c Dill Pickles, quart jar_ 19c Pancake Flour Rival 3-lb. pkg. 10c Red Beans . IGA No. 2 3 cans 25c Corn, No. 2 _ _ _ _3 cans 25c 1 Peas No. 2 good, 3 cans 27 c \ Tomatoes No. 2, 3 cans 25c 1 Salmin, pink_ tall can 14c 1 Soap 1 Crystal White 1 Ass'tecl kinds 1 Large bars 1 mm 5c Tomato Juice I.G.A. 121/2-OZ. 3 cans 21c Kidney Beans I.G.A. No. 2 2 for 19c Macaroni * ePresh 2 Ibs. 15c Campbell's Tomato Soup, 3 cans 23c Oatmeal, IGA Irg. pkg. 17c Pancake Flour, IGA Ig. 19c Cocoa machmore 2 Ibs. 15c NO. 2. Bob Benchley's "NIGHT AT THE MOYIKS" Lauk'h with Bob. in gum-chewing, sack cracking, feet in your side, conversation around you—while attempting to enjoy the movies. NO. 3 NKWS DE LUXE NO. 4 Win / Social-Climb'ing wives run the ittlian... almost! l-KA.NCISf The cigar that Is recommended for excessive smokers, because the nicotine, as far as pos- 1 slble, has been removed, making it not only mild, but a satisfying smoke. Moderate smokers who enjoy a wild cigar are also enthusiastically in favor of the Nickless. Try a hox and notice the difference, your dealer can get It for you, Coffee Blue G Pound 23c Coffee Red A Pound 19c Oranges Lrg. Sunkist Navels Pull peck 53c Grapefruit Texas Seedless, good size 10 for 29c Potatoes, good, pk. — 19c Oranges, Ig. size, 2 doz, 35c Bacon, sliced, Ib. 23c Pork Steal 1 Ring Bologna 1. Pound 15c ;, Ib, 17c Corn Meal 5 1 K 1-. n rv ID. bag 15c Omar 40 IV. has: ~t/ IU* UCtg $1.89 Salt Plain or iodized. Pound box 2 for 15c Pure Lard, 3 Ibs. _35c Fancy Beef Roast, Ib. _l5c Sirloin or T'bone Steak 23c Pork Liver, Ib, m e OWA THEATRE 2 GRAND SHOWS—21c Boy Scout's Magazine says: It's the picture of the month," BOY SCOUTS OF TROOP 18 Los Angeles Metropolitan Area and . SCOUTS TURN jHEROES AND 'CAPTURE A FORTUNE IN COLD! -SPECIALS- For The Week-End PEAMT BUTTER Qt. Mason Jar 27c KRE-MEL PUDDING DKSSEKT, Maplet, Chocolate Ynnilln S.pkgs. lOc OATS, quick or regular Lrg. pkg. 19c P. & G. LAUNDRY SOAP, giant si/e 7 for &7c WHEAT CEREAL, similar to Cream of Wheat _17c TOILET TISSUE 4 for 15c FILLET OF HADDOCK FISH, ready for tho pan , : Lb. 19c FANCY YOUNG BEEF LIVER 2 Ibs. 27c HOME BUTCHERED SIDE PORK Lb. 18c HOME BUTCHERED PORK ROAST Lb. 18c FANCY BEEF ROASTS 15c to 19c HOME BUTCHERED BEEF AND PORK BY THE HALF OR QUARTER Sorensen Grocery Co. WE DELIVER PHONES 138 and 189 DOUBLE SPORTS BILL Algona Hi School Friday January 14th 1938 Basketball Algona Hi vs Iowa Falls 7:30 P.M. ] Wrestling ALGONA HIGH YS| FORT DODGE SECONDS After Basketball Adults 25c — Students 20e- 5 Days in Algona Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Jan. 15-16-17 Iowa Theatre, Tues.-Wed., Jan. 18-19 A straight shootin' guy who'll make you laugh and cry! Bob Burns'Most Human Role THE BIG PICTURE OF THE YEAR! AGAIN AMERICA IS ON THE MARCH IN PARAMOUNT^ ROARING ROMANCE OF THE WINNING OF THE WEST! Second Feature GENEYJEYE TOBIN in *THE DUKE COMES BACK" Plus Serial "SOS Coast Guard" SUNDAY-MONDAY, JAN. 16- Important! OTTO KRTJGEH, MARY ELLIS iu ^GLAMOROUS NIGHT" Second Feature WESTERN SMITH BELLEW in "HAWAIIAN BUCKEEOO" TUES.-WEDNES, JANUARY 18-19 Extended Run. BOB BURNS WELLS Prices, 10-36C. Adolph Zukof present! FRANK LLOYD'
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