Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 20, 1938
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JAY, JANUARY 20, KQSStrrtt GMNTY ADVANCE), ALGONA, IOWA PAQETHREg FfitKNl) AT MEAL TIME IfDAV ANt) SATURDAY, JANUARY 21 AND 22 eek-End Values! „..» find among Council Oak's Saturday Specials many sstlons that will assist you in planning the menu for .ining week. Council Oak's Everyday T,«w Prices on Hem and our advertised specials nre most effective it balancers. Beef Roasts lyiiolce array of fancy shoulder roasts on display at Conn- T^lak. A roast that exactly meets your requirements at flow price of 13c and 17c per pound. Pork Loin Roasts iftrithls gale we have the end cut roasts at 14<J per pound. "Umlddle cuts front selected pork loins at 17c per pound. Sliced Bacon nr sliced bacon squares at l»c per ponnd we have a pop- priced bacon to fry with fresh eggs. For this sale this Ifaeon in the whole piece at Uc per pound. resh Beef to Boil, pound . 12c Bulk Pork Sausage, pound 12|c Superb Peaches ||nid-winter special, for thosc<who havent a well stocked ifiiit 'cellar. The large No. 2% can of golden, clingstone for 18c. Beautiful peaches for salad. A large 6 to 8 can of sliced peaches at the same low price. Navy Beans lloin with Council Oak in promoting National Bean Week to Hze the market on the biggest crop of the finest beans ifrowii in years. Your participation In tlj^s event calls for lyour enjoyment of delicious bean soup and a big jar of home flmked beans. Council Oak supplies the large, bright, north- |*|rn navy beans at a special price of 4 Ibs. for 17c. Grapefruit Juice |l^i-e, undiluted juice of tree ripened Texas Grapefruit. Ex- jUllent breakfast tonic and appetizer. Both the sweetened Sad unsweetened during this sale at a special price of 8c on fie can, If o. e. Pumpkin Pie- ..,!—* appeal of Pumpkin Pie lingers long after the holidays. /$pt. Superb. Brand is » "Dry Pack" Pumpkjn and makes the i;!jflnest • pies. Buy a supply for the rest of the winter at a lys^ecial price of 9c on the large No. 2% can. .Council Oak Cocoa u find there is a vast difference in cocoa as you use Conn- Oak Cocoa as a beverage and In various baking recipes, r a 2-lb. can at our special-price of 14c. Chocolate Cookies J dainty round wafer topped with jnarshmallow and cov- jCTed with a' dark cocoa Icing. This week-end a special price ; of He per Ib. on this delicious cooky. Superjb Peas iOur House Brooms ._.., the best in the field and orchard is packed under the jliperb LubeL Large meaty peas bearing the Superb Brand fare as deliciously sweet and tender as smaller sized peas. ^^" e large 8-portion cans for this sale at a special price of Council Oak Coffee 8'high <iu«llty r coffee is the pride of Council Oak and the' ular roffc with many thousands of Council Oak custom- The empty bags can be exchanged for useful premiums. ever}' day low price is 27c per ponnd; 8 pounds for 79c. is* p-The material used and how they are made determines how fclmiii a broom will sweep and how long It will wear. Inspect Ithis sturdy house broom priced for this sale at 85c each. Ivory Soap jij like Ivory Soap because:—The blank for entering this con- 'test can be obtained at Council Oak. This week-end the large 10-oz. cake of Ivory for 9c. P & G Soap, 6 giant bars . 23c Galbraith Man Seriously 111 B, J, SANKEY HAS ULCERS OF STOMACH Irvington, Jan. 18—B. J. Sankey, patient at the Methodist hospital, DoS Moines, is in serious condition with ulcers of the stomach and^ complications. Bert went to Des'Moines a week ago Friday, intending to enter the hospital only for examinalon, but his condition was so serious upon arrival that he was put to bed. Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Rath, accompanied by Mrs. Sankey, the dughter Thelma, and Mrs. Charles Sankey drove to Des Moines Friday to see Bert. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riley went down Saturday, and John VonBank and Joe Kenne Monday. Arthur Maas is operating the elevator in Burt's absence. 1 Lone Rock I Robert Knudson and Robert Lewis, of the CCC camp, Bancroft, spent the weekend at the Frank Lewis home. The Carl Wieners spent Thursday night at Henry Schroeder's and Sunday evening at Roy Chris- chllles', Fenton. Helen Lewis, who is employed at the George Elberts', Algona, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen attended a birthday party at Maurice Jensen's, Seneca, Saturday evening. The Walter Thompsons spent PROGRAM IS GIVEN BY MEN AT LIVERMORE Livermore, Jan. 19 — An interesting program accompanied the January meeting of the P. T. A. held at Delano No. 6 school. The big feature was that the men of the district took charge and did the entertaining. The program opened with a reading by Alpha Pearl Underberg; song, Clifford Hanson; reading, Violet Johnson; tap dance, Dolores Scott; duet, Arvin ence Warren. Carl Underberg and Mr, and Mrs. D. Benge spent Thursday evening at Robert Foley's at Hardy. Mrs. Underberg, who had been visiting there for a week, returned to her home with them. Mr. Underberg had spent Thursday in Pocahontas transacting business. Virgil Anderson, of Sioux City, has leased the opera house from Frank Collins, and opened a skating rink last week. Mr. Anderson reports a good business, with his record day 105. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Frederick, of Swaledale, were Livermore visitors Sunday. The Fredericks operated a grocery here before moving to Swaledale. Mr. and Mrs. James Elder and daughter Irene had an 6 o'clock dinner guests Friday Mr. and Mri. W. F. Miller and Helen Larson. DANGEROUS It is «lan(r«rons to sell a SUBSTITUTE for 000 jnst to make three or four cents more. Customers are your best assets; lose them, and you lose your business. OOfl is worth three or four times as much as a SUBSTITUTE. Outstanding Dress Styles for 1938. Colorful Print Fabrics for 1988. Mission Women Have 1'rogram— The Missionary society met Friday afternoon with Mrs. M. L. Roney, and all members except two were present. Mrs. Schichtl had charge and China and national missions were studied. Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. McLean sang The Beautiful Garden of Prayer. Mrs. Colwell read an article on Men and Machines in China. Mrs. K. P. Honey gave a report on Mobilizing Medical Missions. Mrs. Thomas gave an account of The Forgotten Man. Mrs. H. T. Sabin reported on the Dakota Indians. The Rev. Mr. English, who did not arrive till late because of the Hutchison funeral, gave facts on both topics. College Girl's Picture Used- Jean Antrim, Pontlac, 111., appeared in a picture in Sunday's Des Moines Register, along with several others who were guests at a dinner honoring officers and council members of the Campus 4-H club group at Ames. Jean is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Antrim, Pontialci and a gradndaughter of the late Frank Weber. This is her third year at Ames, where she is majoring in home economics. .She has been Friday evening at Henry Kueck's j at Good Hope. Mrs. William Fischer left Saturday night for Chicago to visit her daughter Mrs. Ross Horner. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Guenther, of Estheryille, Mrs. Guenther's .sla- ter, Meta Anderson, Walcott, Elma Krueger, and Hertha Ruhnke were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz. Chester Alme, Alton - Pettlt, Melvln Hawks, and Merwin Marlow attended a caterpillar tractor school at Mason City lost week Wednesday. Mrs. Merle Jergensen, of Led- and Lucille Christensen; reading, Ferris Hundertmark, and a reading by Royal Seward. This was followed by a spelling contest. The men proved to be good entertainers. Vast Matrons' Club Meets- Mrs. Edgar Watts entertained the Past Matrons' club at her home south of town Friday afternoon, when guests present other than memhers were Mrs. Vought, Be*lmond; Mrs. Department Stores | Purchase Sale of 3600 New | SPRING FROCKS 1 That Bring You Savings! yard, spent a few days last week with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington. Mr. and rMs. Edwin Howe, of Rockwell City, spent Saturday night and Sunday at George Pettit's. The L. B. Hollisters were Sunday dinner guests of the Fred Wegeners, being evening guests at Frank Dacken's. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck spent from Thursday till Sunday The afternoon was "500", with Mrs. an active 4-H several years. club worker for S. S. Class Party Given- Mrs. O. L. Miller entertained her Sunday school class at a party honoring Roger and Donald Gies at the church Monday evening after school, and 14 little folks were in attendance, each presenting the honor guests with gifts. The boys are leaving soon with their mother for St. Paul, where Mr. Gies, his father, and a brother have purchased a grocery store and meat market and are operating it on a partnership plan. Bagnrs Plan New Home— Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bagur, son Murray, and Melvin Brown, all of Kentucky, arrived Sunday to visit the R. J. Skillings. Mr. Bagur and Mr. Brown may begin the return trip in a few daysi leaving Mrs. Bagur and her son 'for a longer visit. The Bagurs have been living at Paducah, Ky., for some time, but are moving to the northeast part of .the state and will locate at Ashland. Paducah is in a flood district. Itrain Tumor is Removed— Herman Meyers, south of. Gal- at Alton Hurlburt's, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstich and son Charles spent the week end at William Jackulke's, Mason City. Wilfred and John Faulstich were guests of the Y. P. S. of the Lotts Creek parochial school Friday evening. Mrs. Donald Marlow, Algona, is assisting at the Frank Householder's. Theo. Krueger made a business trip to Palmer last Thursday. His daughter, Mrs. Clarence Theesfield, Fenton, accompanied him and visited the Howard Reiders who formerly lived at Fenton. The Schuyler Bates family, the Ornie Behrends family, and the Alton Hulburts, Whittemore were Sunday guests at Ora Hurlburt's. In the evening the Alton and Ora Hulburts called in Mrs Frank Anderson, of -Burton, Minn, who is at R. S. Anderson's, Burt Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig spenl Sunday at William Furstenau's Lotts Creek. The Edw. Farrises, Walling ford, were Sunday guests at th Jack Quinn's. Mrs. Farris calle on Mra. Alex Krueger in the af ternoon. Mrs. Tillie Hanna, daughte Myrtle, son Everett and Dorotlr Smith, Burt, were Sunday dinne guests at A. H. Hanna's. Th Mark Simmons family, Fairmont were afternoon callers there, Mr and Mrs. Walter Krause bein evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanchar were entertained at a chicke dinner week ago Monday evenin at Jim Ackarman's. The Ackar mans were Sunday evening guest at Ralph Priebe's, Bancroft. Mrs. Jim Ackarman entertaine Saturday "afternoon in honor of V. V. Delia dually, Bode; Mrs. Azile Dolder, Mrs. B. B. Brown, Mrs. M. E. Taylor, and Mrs. Doris Hollinger, all of Livermore. spent playing Charles Raney receiving high hours, Mrs. K. J. Baessler, travel, nd Mrs, J. T. Olson, consolation, two-course luncheon was served y the hostess. irthday is Observed- Mrs.' Gale Berryhill entertained group of friends Saturday even- ng to help celebrate the birthday her husband. The evening was pent playing bridge, with Mrs. O. — Cayou and Elmer Grombach re- eiving high, and Mrs. Grombach nd J. F. Hamm, consolation. De- icious refreshments were served, __ and Mrs. Berryhill was presented -— with a gift. from the company. Those who enjoyed the courtesy were Messrs, and Mesdames C. K. Howard, C. M. Baker, H. L. Zigrang, Cayou, Gromhach, and lamm. braith, had an operation for the removal of a brain tumor Thurs- dy at Rochester, Minn. Though his .condition --'is serious, 'attending physicians believe that if he continues to* Ive the first few days following the .operation his chances for recovery are fair. Mr. Meyers had been suffering from the tumor for many months. Mrs. Meyers is with him. Surprise for Carl Seip— Mrs. Carl Seip enertained at a surprise party Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Selp's. birthday. Guests were 'Clara and Henry Schultz, Whittemore, and Mesdames Lewis Lawman, Chet Robison, William Grayton, Everett Witham, Howard Witham, Henry Lonnings, George Marshal, and A. 'McLean. The evening was spent at five hundred. Other Irvlngton. Guests at Ben Terhune'e a week WOUKCAK iv-V with tlte, New. STANDARD RED CROWN! The new models are different—never were the fabrics more beautiful—nor quality finer—to fully appreciate their loveliness you must see them. Try them on. Sizes 12 to 20—86 to 46. Advance Showing & Sale Thursday morning 9 o'clock Bridge Club Entertained— Mrs. Floyd Hughes entertained .he Easy Aces bridge club Wednesday evening. Guests other than members were Mrs. Norman Scott, Mra. Martin Miller, and Mrs. Lulu Berryhill. Mrs. Scott had ligh, Mrs. Fred Falb, travel, and Mrs. Ollie Smith low. The hostess served lunch. Other Livermore News. Mrs. Kate Hammond was hostess to the Wee-Noh bridge club at her home Thursday evening. Elizabeth Devine received high, while Margaret Wyman took the consolation. Florence Geishecker was a guest. The hostess served lunch to close the evening. The next meeting will be held with Flor- No, *?3 No. 405 Many Other Outstanding Styles Besides These Illustrated in This Group! No. 18*6 No. 939 Carl Wiener, travel. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culhertson entertained Sunday evening In honor of their son Gordon's first birthday, and also Lorna Kressin's birthday which occured last Wednesday. Attending: the Delbert Geitzenauers and the Arthur Kressin family, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cushman are the parents of a 5-lb., 10 oz. boy, born Friday night. Harlan Bl'anchard accompanied Hugh McDonald, Burt, to Minneapolis Monday and ., they, are her son Claude's sixth birthday. Attending: Frederick Newbrough, Roger Long, Dale Schroeder, Don- ald'Jonsen; Kenneth' and r . Roger Flaig, Charles Householder, Helen Sprank, and Joan Flaig. Mr. nd Mrs. John Newbrough held a party at their home last week Wednesday evening. Attending- Grace Newbrough,- Clifford Garrison, Lola Marlow, Mary Ellen Marlow, Bill, Harold, and Peter Marlow, Anita Gifford, and Russell, Clara, and Viola Bierle. Mrs. Frank Lewis entertained in honor of her husband's birth- ay Saturday evening. Attending: Helen Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mtsworth, Mr. and Mrs. George ennings, Mr. and Mrs. Donald 'aimer, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ethrington, Mr. and Mrs. William Fitzgerald, the Jess Gruhb fam- ly, and Cornelius Jennings, all f Algona; the Carl Wieners, Vio- Bierle, Robert Knudson, Robt. Get some of this Gasoline today from your STANDARD OIL DEALER DUTCH'S Super-Service Specialized Lubrication, FldsWagr, Motorola Car Badios, Good) ear Batteries, £)**&>? and Standard OU and Gas. ' ago Sunday were Mr,' arid - Mrs. John Rich Mr. and • Mrs, George Lee, and the Harvey Johnsons. Mrs. Jbhnson is a sister of Mr. Terhune, and Mesdames Rich and Lee are his nieces. The John Webers were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters, Algona. The Alvln Webers, Lu Verne, and the Ralph Webers, Bancroft, visited the Henry Webers, near Corwith. One Mullins, brother of Mrs. R. Hansen, Galbraith, went to Joyce Monday to join his brother Ivan, at farming. Orie had been assisting round the elevator at Galbraith. The Elliot Skillings, the Willard Gregsons, the Charles Har- voys, the Russell Fryes, and Audrey Fry, all of Algona, were Sunday guests at O. L. Miller's. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on The Rich Man and the Poor Man. The text was taken from Luke, 16:31. Mrs. Mry Dole and her daughters Marvey and Mildred spent Saturday with Mrs. Cheater Harmon, Woden. Clarence Green and Lucile Dole took the former's mother to Ames Sunday for a week's visit. Guests at Rome RoWson'e Sunday were the H. T. Sabins and the Roscoe MawdsLeyfi. Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Frieders have moved to the farm recently vacated by H. J. Gies. / Heftry Hahle recently spent few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ja cobson at Livermore. Suoday callers at Paul Hud son 1 * were the Edw. Wollas and the Oran Hudsona * - - <ewis, and Phyllis ; Lewis, Ban- roft; -Mr. and Mrs, LeRoy Craper, Eagle Grove. Cards were play- d and Mrs. Wesley and Mr. Ethrington had high, Mrs. Ethering- on and Harry Dltsworth, low, The Brya* at BTaj* were attending a lumberman's conven- The Fred Swans vlsted Sunday afternoon. ,at I. W. Nelson's. = No. 1817 == Bed, bine, S Nayy. 14 to = 20. No. 23& Rose and Black. Slees 38 to 44. No. 405 Blue, Bed, Maize, and Brown, 14 to 20. No. 1886 Blue, Brown and Gray. 14 to 20. No. 301 Bed, Bine, Brown, and Green, 14 to 20. No. 1829 Maize, Orchid, and Bine, 14 to 20. No. 939 = Bine, Bed, S and 38 to 40. rnlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllNIIIIIIH OH, PRUNES. 3 pounds big nice Juicy Prunes. 25C Long's checks COLDS and FEVER first day Liquid, Tablets Headache, 80 Salve, Nose Drops minutes Try "Rub-My-TlBm" — World's Best liniment 666 January Fur Sale Saturday, Jan. 22 The noted Marshall & Swift dependable fur coat fur line on display at greatly reduced prices. We give you service when you buy a fur coat from this line. Authentic styles for 1938. If you want a cheap fur coat this is NOT the line to look at. If you want a good fur coat at a fair price this is the line to consider. Prices on dependable fur coats range from $125. We will show northern seal, Hudson seal, Alaskan seal, caracul, otter, fitch, and many others. Buy now and save, The Elite Shop A smashing clearance to make way for new furniture which was bought last week in Chicago, and will be arriving during the next few weeks*. This is your chance to buy furniture at a great saving. Largest Selection of New Styles $59.50 2 piece suites _ _$47.50 $ 127.50 2 piece suites $89.50 $98.00 2 piece suites _ _ $69.00 35.00 Chair & Ottoman 27.00 $25 chair and ottoman $19.00 12.75 Occasional chair _$8.75 Modern Beauty in Bedroom Suites 57.00 3-pc. wal finish suite $45 59.50 4 pc. maple finish suite $49.00 $89.00 3 pc. genuine walnut suite $69.50 s > $113.00 4 pc. genuine walnut suite ._ _$89.00 Two $22.75 Simmons Inner Spring Mattresses $16.75 Rugs Bigelow Sanfords Bugs and Carpeting $68.509x12 Wiltons $52.50 One $47.50 9x12 Wilton $33.50 Four $32,50 9*12 Axminaters $25.00 Linoleums and Congoleum Bugs 4-3 Off on al Inlaid and Print Linoleum Patterns under 12 yds, Six 9x12 Gold Seal Con* rugs $6.25 Foster Furniture Co,

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