Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA THURSDAY, JANUAnv 20. Small Loans Up to $300 05 AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FUBNITUKE, ETC. "Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO lext to Upper Pkone 185 Dog Molncs office. low* G&B Special A satisfying smoke for tho particular smoker. Let the flavor and aroma be your guide —«nd the G. & B. Special will be your favorite cigar. The cigar made by men who know how. SET? VICE on Last Minute LONG'S A >'ent, Clean, AUTOMOHILE LOANS .EXTKKMKLT I-OW KATES LOANS MADE ON YOUU PHESEJTT CAR We will make you a liberal loan on your car—pay off your present balance, advance you additional cash and reduce your payments by extending them over twelve to eighteen months. CASH LOANS MADE AT ONCE NO ENDORSEES Oil SIGNERS REQUIRED A courteous, prompt, and confidential cash loan service. Call in person or write WESTERN CREDIT CO. 20(1 East State Si'., Algona, Iowa ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection in the com- ing election. Your sup- port will be appreciat- ed. For tlie Second Elective Term. Mrs. E. J. McEvoy KOSSUTH CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT Announcement I wish to announce my candidacy for reelection to my present office as COUNTY TREASURER Your support in the primary and general election will be deeply appreciated. M. J. Duffy Burt Youth on Sled Hauled by Car Breaks Leg GAR ROUNDS A CORNER & BOY IS THROWN OFF 'Burt, Jan. 17—John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, suffered ft broken leg below the knee Friday evening, when he was thrown from an improvised sledge on which he was riding. The sledge was attached to the Woltz car, and when Wilfred WolU turned the corner at the telephone office John was thrown off. The leg has been placed in a cast; and John is able to be about. U and I's Have Jlamiuet— The U and I Circle held its annual banquet at Airs. C. A. Bernhard's Monday, and 30 members and gucst.s attended. After noon dinner the following program was given: U and I song ,U and I Tattler, by Mrs. R. Saatoff; piano solo, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott; playlet, Theater Night, Mrs. W. 11. Clutfoc and Mrs. Floyd Duncan; reading, Mrs. J. G. Sewick: closing song, Till We Meet Again. Son fur Arthur l-'andcls — A son, Paul Martin, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fandel Saturday afternoon. The baby was baptised at the Bancroft Catholic church Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel, Whittcmore, acting as sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandcl were also at the Fandel home Sunday. Mrs. Fandol's mother, Mrs. M. W. Brennan, Emmetsburg, is caring for her and the new baby. T.II.V Spi'iilii-r Vills Pulpit— Molvin Nelson filled the pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday morning in tho absence of the Rev. Mr. Speicher, who is visiting relatives in Evanston, 111. Melvin save an excellent talk on the topic, A Recipe for Happiness. His uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. Britt, came to hear him and [were dinner guest.-; at the William i Nelson home afterwards. Mrs. Srnlil Quits llimscliepping— Mrs. W. E. Stalil is to sell her household goods Wednesday afternoon of this week and will break up housekeeping. She will accompany her daughter, Mrs. S. J. Barteau, to her home at Oak Park, III., where she will spend the winter monhs. They expect to leave the end of this week. Stiieblo Daughter to Arizona — Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle have received word that their daughter, Mrs. II. L. Sauermann, and her son Jimmy had left the first of the week for Glondale, Ariz., where they expect to spend the winter months, • health. hoping to benefit Jimmy's The Sauermanns live 'at Attend Installation at Wesley— J. II. Graham, J. P. Trunkhill, Lute Meliza, E. 0. and C. B. Chip- jman, and tho Mesdames Lillian I Sheldon. M. L. Vinaas, C. B. Chipman, Mary Steward, and Paul Macauley al tended an 1. O. O. F. (and Rebekah installation at Wes- j ley Friday evening. llissouriar.s at Stalil Funeral— Mr. and Mrs. Will Storm, Bethany, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. John Storm, Algona, were among those attending the funeral of W. E. Stahl Friday afternoon. The Storms are old friends of the Stahl family. Paralysis Patient lias Unices— Glenn Graham returned Wednesday from Iowa City, where he had been treated a few days for infantile paralysis. He is now fitted with braces and is able to walk down town. Father-Sons Hun<|U('t Planned— On Wednesday evening, January 2G, a Fathers and Sons' banquet will be served at the Methodist church by the Ladies' Aid society. A good program is being planned. Attend Funeral at Fenton— Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bleich and Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Bleich attended the funeral of Mrs. W. E. Bleich's brother Herman Bonn at Fenton Monday afternoon. Other Hurt News. The E. N. McMullens arrived Saturday for a few days visit at the G. H. Mc.Mullen home. They "•ere o n their way to their home at Greenville after a trip to Florida. K. N. and G. II. McMullen I are brothers. ^ Ray Pringle went to Mason City Sunday to see his mother, who wa.s in the hospital there, and also to meet Mrs. Pringle and daughter, who had been visiting | Mrs. Pringle's mother at Greene. | Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mangun and ! Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rosenkranz, of | Spencer, were dinner guests Monday at F. L. Prait's and attended the funeral of Robert West, Bancroft, in the afternoon. Mrs. !•:. H. Paine went to Gal- braitli Sunday to spend a day or two with her daughter, Mrs. Chester Sill, and from there went to umaha to visit her son Merwyn and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Iverson, of ^ebster City, called on Selina Uiftoii Sunday afternoon. Selina worked for Mr. Iverson when he was receiver of the bank at Shof- with them for ft visit here. Mesdames F. L. Pratt, C. S. Coffin, and Anna Hoi ton called at the West home ftt Bancroft Sunday afternoon and on Monday attended the funeral of Robert West, Hugh McDonald and Harlan Blanchard, Lone Rock, went to Minneapolis Monday to attend a lumbermen's convention being held there this week. The R. F, Elvidges, Jesse Dugans, and Roy Ringsdorfs were Sunday supper guests at the Rob- SHERMAN 4-H GIRLS MEET FOR PROGRAM Lu Verne, Jan. 18—The Sherman Shiners met Saturday afternoon with Anna Genrich, and health improvement resolutions were given at roll call. Officers elected at the December meeting were installed, and Regina Leu- benthal gave a short talk on feeding the birds in winter. Velma Bowman discussed building winter feeding shelters and studying the birds that feed there. A health I " r ."noble" JANUARY FJ, MEETING HELD AT LAKDTAN'S Lakota, Jan. 19— The general January Farm Bureau meeting was held at J. H. Holcomb's Friday beginning with a delicious dinner .served to 30 men and women at 12:30. The afternoon program consisted of group singing led by Mrs. Frerking. Scripture by Mrs. Jerry Hectland and prayer by [lie Key. Mr. Frerking. The Rev. M. Swanson, pastor of the Lutheran church of Swea City, gave an interesting talk on the church and rural life. His talk brought out very clearly the principles of organization and co-operation and among other timely sayings gave the following, "When a banana leaves its bunch it is soon skin-- ned." He stressed co-operation of the rural people with the church. This was followed by the introduction of the new 1.93S-!) officers. J. C. Skow, Wesley, introduced his wife, who gave an interesting talk on pride, stressing the importance pride instead of "arro- talk on" how to prevent" coids'was ! p nL " P ridc ' slic also save an iron by Verda Sanford, and Faye Krause played a Pino solo. A picture to bo studied in 103G was presented by Shirley Blumer, and the 4-11 music study was conducted. Kathleen McClelkin had charge of the recreation hour, and Lucille Pepoon, H. D. A,, directed the making of portfolios. Evangelical V. I'. Circle Meets— Twenty-three persons attended a meeting of the Evangelical young people's mission circle at Lewis Merkle's Friday evening. Fred Merklc presided at a business meeting, and Paul Knopf led a lesson, from the textbook, "The Young Moslem Looke at Life." In a social hour Esther Merkle directed the group in a "district skule." KlrMitlny 1'nrty is Given— In honor of Mrs. Adam Zweifel's birthday, Mrs. Ray Stone and Mrs. A. D. Burtis entertained a few friends at the Stone home Thursday evening. Bridge was played at two tables, Mrs. Zweifol winning high score, Mrs. Archie Sanford, second high. Mrs. Zweifel was presented with a gift. Couples Weil 44 Years— Mr. and Mrs. J. L/. Lichty and Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict were dinner guests at F. I. Chapman's Monday evening, the occasion be- ig the 44th anniversary of the Chapman and Benedict weddings. Other guests called in the evening. interesting story of her recent trip to Washington via bus from Waterloo with a group of 50 Iowa women. The Rev. Mr. Frerking gave a short talk and the meeting closed with a. song by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wallentine. The next meeting will be with Charles and Emma Gutlcnecht, February 11. Acorn Club Entertained— Emma and Louise Thaves on- tcrtained the Acorn club Thursday evening with .19 present. President Graba.n named the program committee for next year, composed of Mesdames Delia Smith, Irene Anderson, Polly Gerzoma, Harriet Warburton and Vora Williams. Tho program, Modern Woman as the Consumer, was presented by talks and book reviews by Mrs. Edith Warburton, on Skin Deep, by M. C. Phillips, and Your Money's Worth, by Chase, and Schlink, given by Mrs. Jennie Gut- kcncelit. They also discussed parts of the book, One Million Guinea Pigs, dangers in every day books, drugs, cosmetics etc. Presbyterian C. E. Active— The Presbyterian Christian Endeavor held a regular meeting at William Hoppe's country home Sunday evening. After the lesson a social hour followed. This group met at Fred Baumgartncr's last week. Kx-T.ii Yernp Womnii Sick—• Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty and Harold left Saturday for North Platte, Neb., called by news of the serious sickness of Mrs. Lichty's mother, Mrs. Ada Robinson. Other LaVcrne. Mrs. Edward Wright, Moorehead, Minn., and two children were guests last week at the Rev. E. E. Hancock's. The Hancocks and their guests spent Monday with friends at Gowric. The H. H. Phillips family, of Dows, and Paul and John Phillips families were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Jennie Phillips. The H. H. Phillips family remained here a few days. Chris Walters and his son Leo left Monday morning to visit relatives at Pontiac, 111. Harry Von Draska accompanied them us far as Moline. Bonnie Ellifril has returned from Carlonville, 111., where he visited his mother, who is critically sick. Frank Gronbach and Chester Stoddard accompanied a load of livestock to Chicago Saturday night. Mrs. Wm. Ellis was at .Algona over the week-end, assisting in the care of Mrs. W. H. Godfrey. DON'T YOUR BLAME SHOES for making your feet hurt or for your shoes wearing out and losing their shape quicker than you think vhey should. fircJten Down Shan!'. i 1 Vj j) f people h-. .'i. Toot and shoe trouble and blame it or. 'heir shoes. Dr. Scholl, famous ibot autarky, has originated over 40 cor- rer'ions for all foot and shoe trouble:;. Let us show vou the one you need. BROWN ELL SHOE GO, Algona, Iowa '(i rn nd in a" MiiKsnmn Honored— Mrs. H. D. Mussimm Jr. entertained 15 women Friday afternoon in honor of "Grandma" Muss- nvan's birthday. Mrs. Mussman Sr. received some nice gifts and 35 birthday cards 25 from out of town. The afternoon was spent .socially and lunch wns served, in- cludiriK a lovely birthday cake baked and presented to the honoree by Mrs. I. E. AVortman. Out-of- town guests were Mrs. F. C. Keis- tnr and Mrs. Anderson, both from Elmore. Ki H. 'YTorli'j's 1» Leave— Reports were verified last week that the E. 11. Worleys, who have made Lakota their home for many years, will move to Mason City, tho latter part of January, where Mr. Worley will be connected with the Homo Loan and Finance Co. The Worleys have had a prominent part in the life of (his vicinity, and their leavns is regretted. Mr. Worley is official corn-sealer for German, Ramsey, and Buffalo townships. Surprised on llirthday— The Carl Rippentrops, Elmore, the Harold Madeskes, Blue Earth, the Will Ricklclfs, Titonka, the Fred Wincbergers, Buffalo Center, and the Peter Bruers, Lakota, were visitors at James Bruer's Friday evening where they came to surprise their father and'help him celebrate his birthday. The Mesdames Madeske, Rippentrop, and Rickleffs and Wineberger are all daughters, and Peter Br'uer is a son. Ilirfhday Surprise is Given— Mesdanios Delia Smith and Robert Williams entertained 16 women al a surprise party in honor of Mrs. Earl Graham's birth- TROPIK SMOKELESS No Soot No Smoke Clean Long Lasting Heat Raesly Lumber Co. Near Milwaukee Depot Phone 234 field. Mrs. Minn., Lewis at the Jen- rcia- Spoichcr, Fairmont, came a week ago Sunday lor a several wueks i home of her brother, Fred mugs, and other Kossutli tivo.s. The Woman's Home Missionary society will moot Saturday afternoon at Mrs. Ji. \v. Brooke's. Mrs. U T. Jlobsun is assisting hostess. Jno to LiiinbcriiU'n's Convi'iitioii- Thc C. I. Munsmiths uud George Manuses spout Sunday at the L. W. Gillespie home in Algona. The Phil Puffers, C'onvith, and Fred Dor- soys, Ledyard, were also guests. The Dave Webljws returned Sunday Iroin Mitchell, S. D., where they had visited Mr. Webber's parents relatives, returned A FRL'SH GOWN GIVES THAT "DRESSED IT" FEELING . . . Our dry cleaning service can be depended on to restore the clear color, sparkling smartness of your evening gowns. _Give us a ring—we call for and deliver. PHONE 537 MODERN All of our work is guaranteed. day, Friday evening, nished entertainment, was served. Bridge fur- and lunch To IVInter In Arkniisns— Ubbe Dreesnifln and Albert Koppen left Saturday morning, via nuto for Hot Springs, Ark., for an indefinite stay. Mr. Dreesmnn goes down every winter and takes treatments for rheumatism. dairies Eggerth Is Sick- Charles Rggerth, northeast of town, has been sick for several weeks with bronchial trouble and la now suffering with sinus trouble. He is reported as somewhat improved. quarters at Jerry Ukena's. Leonard Christ, who accidemiy cut ,a deep gash in his leg while butchering a week ago Tuesday, is back at work again. Mrs. E. R. Worley .served a 7 o'clock dinner to the 12 members of her bridge club Friday evening. Portland Twin Girl's Ann ]Jrol<cn— Faustina, Httle twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hcetluml, fell at school recently and brolto her shoulder blade, but la recovering satisfactory. Other Lakota News. Mr. Leindemnn returned last week from a business trip to N. Dakota where he has a farm. He reported tho weather very cold. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wortman, George, were week-end visitors hero with relatives with head- sncclttl wore ft; The third home project lesson, Training the Appetite, was given a wnok ago Tuesday at Mrs. Hay McWhorter's. Twelve women enjoyed the special menu, including drinks at noon. Patterns ut, music memory' feature started, and recipes distributed. Tlie next meeting scheduled to ho held at Mre. Ted Uingsdorf's. Mrs. Claud Stgsbc-3 was hostess at. (i quilling boo Thursday. Those enjoying the day were Mesdamcs W. .f. Stewart, Ted Ringsdorf, Tom Tronnry. Mennott Trunkhill, Tony Jandl, Raymond Biorstcadt, Clyde lii-istow, Ruth Brayton, and Mrs. Ray McAVhorter. Mr. Burnharm, West Bend, and | his cousin, Mary Vnn Buren, ofj Bellvllle, ill., were Monday era at Dell Fitch's. Avery Pitch and his mother were at Ranney Ptitz's Monday evening, • • . The ivan Long family spent Sunday at John Long's Sr., near nil ft. , Tho G. 0. McFnrland family spent Sunday with Mr. McFarland's sistor, Mrs. D. E. Burnett, north of Bancroft. Harold Grover and Earl Shipler filled their partnership ice lion house with ice la Mr. and Mrs. i visited Sunday In M, Wallace's. Mr. and Mrs. wore Sunday gut Whortor's. Evelyn Beckor WJ'ortnr nn on ii, P . si ,. k .,-« The children of M , l|(lt Victor Applejwtfi aro' m ?'. U ' erlng from eiegos or «.,,,, *" or. One child has os,,,,'! 1 ' 1 ' 1 sease so far. ' '»( «t and it I),. S. IU,J TIRE Save 50% on guaranteed retread .and used f !u . lor , adjustment tires. We have on hand a nice slock di lug grip tires for snow and mud. We ni)ociali-:c in vulcanizing tires and Inbox ' Sampson Tire Service Phone »aS. Located at 11() stiiloi ^HOUiEWARE AND APPLIAKCE •R.K -is® JANUARY 21st THROUGH FEBRUARY 5th $3.89 All Copper Wash Boiler SALE PRICE $3.19 Gamble's High Test Clothes Line. 50 Ft. 1*11 Sale Price fc/ v Braided Cotton Clothes Line 60 Feet 17e Gray Enamel Combinette 8Qt.Size;reg.59c Sale Price... 49c 10 Quart Ivory EnamelwareCom- binette 59c Smooth Woven CLOTHES BASKET ' No. 1 Size Keg. C9c. Cftt Sale Price 3H T Adjustable Household Scale Reg. Price $1.00 SALE QAJ PRICE.... OS V CAST IRON SKILLET SALE £A/> PRICE ....69 ? 11 In. Polished Chicken Fryer 89c M RevtrilbU POLISH MOP Sale Price Sturdily Brand IRONING BOARD Reg. 98c. 17*.* Sale Price /9 V DcLuxe Appliance Cord Guaranteed 1 Yr. SALE one PRICE.... J5 V 6Ft. Heater Cord Sale Price... 17e 14 QT. CREAM CAN Reg. 5Bc. SALE PRICE SALE ON Ivory Enamelware BIG SAVINGS! New,modernkltchenwareof heavy, steel base and durable enamel coating. Easy to clean. Reg Price 12 Qt. Water PaU 2 Qt. Double Boiler.. 8 Qt. Covered Kettle. No. 14 Handled Dishpan 9 Cup Percolator. 9 Cup Coffee Pot 69c 6 Qt. Teakettle 85c Your Choice Each 29* 12 Qt, Dairy Pails Reg. 3 for »1.17 3'"89* 2 Cell Focusing Spotlight Batteries ..49* Redhead Safety Signal Flashlight Less Batteries 79c Green Glass Mixing Bowls Sizes BH, 7U, 8H. «n3 't%' Sale Price Afi£ Set of 4... £r Guaranteed Alarm Clock A $1.00 Value SALE PRICE 89* 4-Sewed Broom DOc Quality Sale Price Stainlesi StMl Butcher KnUe or Slicing Knlle Sale Price, each 25* 1000 Hour Light Bulbi G.E. Licensed IB Watt St 28 or 40 Watt Me «0 Watt lie KITCHEN UTENSILS Spoons, ladles, forks, can openerc, strainers, etc. Sale Hi Price, each.. 1' Once 9n tf ZifreUme - REFRIGERRTOR SHLE \ nn , t alvanteed «»*" Tub 8 «<"*, lf! ,'C»' tf&Ol jiHuVunm/V BATTERIES AND CHARGING FOR 1 YEAR Orf BATTERY S RADIO '10.00 SAVE $40.00 New 1938 Models . At Pre-Season Savings Check this outstanding array ' of features. • Popular Hi-Lux Finish • Porcelain InUrlor • CopperFiwilngUnlt • Automatic Interior Light • 5 Yew Protection Plin Check these prices and you will agree that savings like 4 Cu. Ft. Size. Should sell for I Sail Price ^79.50 6 Cu. Ft. Size. Should sell for USf.fO. <OA BA Sale Price....... * y 9>9U ii.ooperwk., pay monthly ALLOWANCE ^1395° Gamble's Royblue "B" Battery Full IB volts. Positive guarantee. $1.50 OAf> Quality. Sale Price.. O«J V HEAVY DUTY TIGER 'B' BATTERY Sale Price ........... $1.59 Royblue Flashlight Cells Heavy Duty Flashlight Cells 39 Plate Tiger Cub Battery An outstanding sale price on a full size batery for all popular cars. -• - - Guaranteed 6 months. Sale Price, Exch. J 45 Plate Royblue Battery Guaranteed 18 Months Sale Price. C 4 4 A E^ch $4.19 45 Plata Super Active Battery Guaranteed 21 Months Sale P-ice Exch $5.25 ^ 8 TUBE CORONADO FARM RADIO Think of this! One year's 'A' battery charging plus 6 addi- }) ona ' c «r« heavy duty, long I'ff,l? batteries with this corn- Cash Sale Price.' Rr . .. S"5 Per Week, Payable R.C.A. Licensed Monthly... Coronado Select-O-Matlc A. C. Console 'one Column console with Improved Select- orite station in a jiffy <l*ln*t *n ...l_!_L * * , Sele — -.. Ht ,v iMjiiit;^, acieci afe^s:gjitt£SSS . Trade-in "Sale Price. $4855 and Old Radio $1.25 Week, Payable Monthly BLINDFOLD TUNiNQ A.C. CORONADO CONSOLE • INCLINED PANEL i •A S79.50 VALUE Price Sig.ge. Trade-in Sale Price and Old Hal.. U.25 Week, Payable Monthly :A'/i.'Hr,'/ >-•• ".-'; Low Priced 3 Tube MANTEL RADIO A $20.00 Value RCA Licensed. «|1 QG Mode) »31 *lt>i9<> "A" BATTERY CHARGING FOR 1 YEAR INCLUDED WITH THIS CORONADO FARM RADIO. A tAQ QC $so.oo VALUE * £y.;>* Double Quilted , GLOVES I OR MITTS SALE PRICE PER PAIR "S neama Tsj*r Wir«!er Motor Oil Flows freely at 30 degrees below zero, q -. . nAA SaloPrice...4 Gal -?3 ? Less Can—Plus Tax ... "u» nuumy ana complete protection Never hrf?,. . *?"•"""» v> assure g wearing tires. Buy Now WhileI Itocks i£» CmrtrtSf -* OTln * i - 9l> '""^ INSTALLED FREE! Selling P.-lce FIKST Tlr« . .$ 6.66 Size Sis 6.00rl9. 6.125-18. 6.BO-17. 6.00-16. 9.27 10.52 11.06 11.94 Selling Price SECOND Tire $3.33 4,50 4.64 S.26 5.53 5.97 Two Tires Two Tubes, Included „ • Kerosene Lantern Sale Price Lantern Globes 13.60 13.91 16.78 16.89 17.91 19.90 SlF WHII.E STOCK LASTSIj STORES Manure Fork S«Je Price Barn or SnoK Shovel. Les! Sale ' AQt s TORES OWNED BY EMPLO Y E E Gamble's Single Bit Axo SftlePrlc^ p ^£Hitf , |W* Price

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