Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 27, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTT ADVANCE. ALQQNA, tOWA ...TANTTA 27. AUCTION Two days more of auction at Neville's Store— (Friday, Jan. 28 from 2 to 4 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 29 from 2 to 5 p. m. We had a splendid sale and a good time last Saturday. It was more like a neighborhood gathering than a regular Auction. Blankets sold as fast as three clerks could wrap thorn up. We could have sold more if I did less talking and paid attention to business. I lilto to visit with my old friends and neighbors. In fact this sale Is for the express purpose of malting friends for Neville's Store. The first item in the creed of common sense is to save money when we have the opportunity. We owe it to ourselves and our families to save and provide for them. There is no easier way to make a day's wages than to attend Jimmie Neville's Auction Friday and Saturday of this weelc. There will be bargains galore anil you have the privilege of picking out anything you want in the stock and buying it if you arc the highest bidder. All goods sold without reserve. If it goes on the block you or your neighbor is sure to get it. This Friday and Saturday we will offer a variety of goods. Blankets are nearly all gone so wo will soil shoo. 1 ) which I bought at Bode from the administrator. Men's dress overcoats, Luskin lined overcoats, sheep-lined coats, jackets, boys' blazers, wool socks, odd pants, mittens, linen table cloths, towels, silk and cotton hosiery, scarfs, lunch sets, pillow cases, underwear, dress patterns and other merchandise that I bought from Northern Jobbers of St. Paul lust week at prices away below regular. Come in and enjoy the fun. You are welcome. Sa?e OB yoer Iowa 931 and other strains suitable for your locality. Leave your orders at our office or with our representative MR. L. M. OWEN Phone 308 Get Off Ihe Meny-Go-Round take t/ie Short Cut to CLEANING SATISFACTION Vf: satisfied — i.-ifiwi . . . and •lust mc'iT'l v f'lf'rrnirK 1 ' i.sn 't r-inHio'l, ... it mil .it ! : f.VttURK'fi "' I'l"i' ( 'H ; f;'llIy clf^nf-fl r'TcooF CXEA.VI.VO fiiroiitj'hout, propf'rlv PROO:SK [ i r! 'Msf-i i and • • F,, rrn F i i i'- All w;olen i _] | ( -.(] '' 'rntfnf f'lprinpr! 1 •*•. *-, 1 rln - a For Complete at no exl.ra cost Odor Modern Dry Cleaner Botsf ord Lumber Co. WATCH FOJf TIIK OIU.YGK COLOJJKJ) TJU'C'K SHOWER HONORS A BRIOE-TO-BE AT WHITTEMORE Whittomoro, Jan. 2-1—A miscellaneous shower wn« given Sunday at tlio Academy hall in honor of Geraldlno, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shoppard, who Is to be married soon to Louis, sou of Mr. and MRS. Mike Schumacher. More than ISO persons attended the shower, and Miss Shoppard ! received many gifts. Lunch was ; .served and the entertainment, was i cards. Mrs. Anthony Basherfoldl. won high and a door pri/.e at 500, and Mrs. Henry Mueller was low. Ella Burke was high at bridge, and Mrs. Jos. Fleming was low. i From out of town attending ' were Jc«n Henry, Mrs. P. 0. Dor- woiler, Mrs. Bert Fusohen, daughter Mildred, .Lizzie Wolf, all of West, Bend; Mrs. fidw. Schnmnoh- er, Emmet sburg; Mrs. Jos. Faber, Rodman; Mrs. Mary Schultz, Leona Schiltz, Bertha Schultz, all of : Bancroft; Mrs. Milton Marlow, Burl. Mrs. Anna, Thilges, Mrs. Lester Jensen, Lucy Bosch, all of Lakota; Mrs. Charles Plat he, Fuhrmnn, Mrs. J. B. Redinc Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. Ovville Wagner, Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Theodore Wagner, Mrs. Ralph Reding, Mrs. Nicholas Weydert, all of St. Joe; Mrs. Louis Elbert, of Pocahonta.s; Mrs. George Blatt LAST WEEK AT LONE ROCK Mr. (iiicj Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmor j.Rahn farm, and the Georo Sclinoi- wore gnmlfiy dinner RHostfl of the j m . Si a | HO AlRonn, have moved into Wullaro MTcArthnra, aontli of Irv-| t , IO ,,,„ person inglnn. The D. T. Hnhsnnn were tlio and Suiulny afternoon Rtiosts of Hurry Hohsona, Hurt. Mr. Mrs. Alex Kruogor went to Hnm- holdt Sunday to meet Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bldiiohard, who arc vls- itinK the Kniegai',1, Jolin <vml George Nyman, 0. AT. Gross, <uid Alox knioger attended an insurance meeting at Fort DoriRo Thursday. , The Hoy ChriKchillns family and llm Carl AVieners were Sunday dinner Riinsta of the Henry Schrnedors. Tlio Emll Krafts, of East Chain, Minn., spout the day with the R. 0. BnrnlmrdtH. \V. G. Flnig and Thomas O'Don- noll went, to Mnnknto Saturday on a IniMincsR mission. Air. and Mrs. James Aokermtin attended a Lesion-Auxiliary moot- iiiR at Hurt last week Thursday night. Margaret Eoltlund spent the week-end at Algona with Mrs. H. N. Aalior. The A. H. Henning- snns, GmettiiiRer, were Sunday of j visitors at E. AT. Jensen's. A. A. TCrueRer, E. AT. Jensen, Otto Jonson, Albert. Hutchinson, and Ar- llmr Kivuisn spent Saturdny and Lena | Sunday at. Washington, Tn. Mrs. | ATany from here attended a girls' North End basketball tournament at T.oclyarcl last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder, Wesley Householder, and Mrs. Frank Anderson, the latter of Rrooten, Minn., spent. Saturday at father, and Mary Blatt, Cylinder; Mrs. | Oelwein with the men's Uuvrence Schumacher, Swea City; j John Householder. Helen Higley, Mason City; Mrs. Simon Henry, Mrs. Robert "Loss, Mrs. JOB. Elbort. anil Mrs. AVayne ! Stephenson, all of Algaiia. Girl First in "D A l<irse audience attended a de- clmnaiory contest at the. Academy Sunday evening. Catherine, daughter of Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, won i?i (liviinatics ami over all. TTI the oratorical class, with There is No Peace, Oervase FVmrtel won first, and with Homeless America Joseph Schumacher won second. Catherine's selection was The Shadow Child. Vvil'h" Honey" Anna Mae But lor won second. Tn humorous, with Hiulsonville Gets on ihe Afsip. Norvin TClbort was first, iinil with The School Picnic in Paddleford's Gout Pasture Delhert. Elhert won second. ATusica-l selec-! tions were given by Vernon Wei)-1 ev. Reinhold Sain. Helen Young-' wirt.li, ITaybelle ICeene, and Mary; Corinne Schiniir. Dans, in' Alirnna, Entertain—. Belalives of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dan, Algona, were entertained at iJin new Dan homo Sunday evening at curds. Attending: Mrs. Annie Dan, dauglners Alice. Vera, r.11111111:1. and Wilma., Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dan. son Duane, Mr. and Mrs. Hnao Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Hm-hprt Zinnaeli, daughter Beverly Ann, Mrs. Anna. Dan (W. C.'s mother), fjiwrence Meyer, n.ll of Wbittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jergrns, West Rend, sons Billy ami Victor. At cards at three tables, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau The Eugene Hofius family, Ottosen, Mrs. H. J. Boone, and the Litter's daughter Etta were Sunday dinner guests of the I. W. Nelsons. The Victor Whalems and Oliver Stows, Dolliver, were dinner guests of the Hugh Mai-lows. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent the week-end at. George Pettit's. Mr. and Mrs. Pooie. Fort Dodge, spent Friday with Mrs. Kate Hawks. Mrs. Arthur Prie.be has besn sick. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Mrs. Calvin Householder, son Joe, and Elma Krneger spent Friday forenoon with Mrs. Bierstedt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigshee, east of Hurt, and the afternoon at Algona with Kate Dlttmcr. Calvin Householder spent the week-end at Chicago. The Mite society met last week Thursday with Mrs. 'v. V. Frye, and the next mep,t'ing will be with Mrs. Calvin Householder. Mrs. Rattle Sprank, her children, and Arthur Sprank were Sunday dinner guests of the G. F. Runs, Armstrong, a.nd spent the afternoon with the James Ackermans. The Legion auxiliary will meet with Mrs. E. M. Jensen on .February !). Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stone, of West Rend, were Sunday afternoon and supper guests of the Frank Flaigs. The George Bolt.es, Fenton, a.nd the Emil Krafts were guests at an oyster staw Friday in-fining at A rend Neeland's. ... _ , Mrs. Earl Ackerman, near Alice Dan and : Whiuemorf Were Ciinatlinns Visit; (hi 1 Wi'yt'vs—- Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer rt-Pi'c ralii-n l-.y surprise Sunday, and Mrs. PUhvard Wilson, Sask.. arrived for a visii. The Wilners and the Meyers w^rfi neighbors of rhe Meyers hi't'ore moving to I'anadn. Thi 1 .!- wvre to IK- here liil i his '.v.'iMi r l'liiii':-;ilay, \vlipn ili«y ar ( > to !••••'nni to Blur' R.'inh. whc.re ihey sinppuri i-,(it'cirfi rlioy (••anii> hen 1 . Mi's. Auiins-a Kvans and Mr. anil Mix. Tnslci. all nl' P.lu^ P:arih, r'anii'' 'm-'i'ft wiih i he Wilnft;-s Sun- ilay. and all wpre ilinner J:UASIS of :iV Mi-'Vi-TS. taught school for Ruth Carlisle, who last, was iitans urc Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lanck and i he I'oriner's I'aMiiM 1 . Henry Lanck Sr., all .n' Stc-en, Minn., came Priday til vUir relaiivps, and Fred and his wife went on to Vincent. nurihea.-T nf F,,rt Dodge, to see Mi'-;, f.iiiK-U'.s unrli-, the Rev. H. K. Duiihc:, funner F.ur.ieran paotor f>i AI-'Miit, ivmrning Saturday for a visit 1 :it Henry fjiuoh's Jr., VV'al- h' 1 !' Siniecker's, and p;rwm Sii'iierkerV.. The f-vucks, who are I'armmg n.-ar Sriv.n, went home Tuesday. Fred u a hmthf ; r of Henry f .ancle ;inrl ihe Mesdarnes week sick. The Biirt l-l-i club met Saturday wii.h Betty and Shirley Marlow. This was the first meeting of the year. The afternoon was .spent, at crocheting and knitting rags for nigs. R'lecrion of officers took place:- president, Marian Jensen: vice, Betty Marlow; secretary- troasurer. Lucille Genrich; historian and reporter, Shirley Marlow. Ten members attended. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hollisfer were Friday evening guests a t W. '"'. Heiier's in honor of Mrs. Hoi- lister's birthday. The Rol listers were Sunday dinner guests at Martin Vant's, Bancroft. The r.yle Marlows were Friday evening dinner guests at E. C. Rierstedt's, Bun. the occasion being Mr. Rierstedt's birthday. The Walter F'aulstic.hes spent, Saturday at Leo Jasknlke's, Fenion. The M. 0. Richards family were la.st Wednesday guests of M. O.'s mother, Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Algona, have moved to Dreyer, of the Harry Pat Farrell, and Cle- W fSnrt'an flnh "h<- : FVirn Vallfiy .Veishhorly man's rluh n as f-ntfti-rainftd at, Mrs H.^h rarnP.y* | ast wftfi ,. Wf.dnr.sday. This was a follow-up ni<.f.|iru on making and usinft- soft in ihfi h.-mifc. ,\r noon lunr:h i-on r:anift. fruit, and vege- alad, whole wheat sa nd- r:ht-f.rtf:, and hlartk tea was nfw mftrnhftr was adf'lnh: Airs, Frank Do- next meeting will be , February ?,, a .t the .form Maahs. sf'-rvofl. A dfid lo thft sotch. The held Thursda home of Mrs. ins Mueller, tus Red ing.' Qniltinj," Roe is Held— A quilting hee war, held at Mrs. t.eorge Fandel's last Thursday and attending were Mrs. Ralph J-andei, Mrs. Alfred Semon, Mrs. •I. \V. Fandel, Mrs. Grace Mueller, M.S. John oilmen. Mrg . Geo F. bm. Mr.. Mike Thull, Irene Mueller, and Rosemary Semon. Sent to fonnty Farm— flenry Floemer, known here as Henry," was committed Fttnce thft c unty farm Friday. .Other WhUtemo Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden- The Pride of Kentucky .. s>rfef;araj to giye you cJaan. heal Frril StriiffKcrs Dinner Hosts— -Vfr. and Mrs. Walter Stniecker sr.n Marvin, daughlftrs Arlene and Lola, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struer-k- fr, daughter Clad .vs. son Richard Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck. dan >f-r r.ijfrilto, son Henry Jr., all of VVhitternore, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mayer. Oarner, sons James, Edward, and r>avid, and Mr. and Mrs. Lauck and Henry Lauek Sr , all of Steeri. Minn., were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. FYerl Struftcker. Mrs. and the gona, Elda, spent, Sunday evening with Augusta Lavrenz. Al ,1, ,. , latter's daughters, h-i me!(la ' and Esther ! -\Jr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt, of ; Faton, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry | Hanson, Farnhamville. spent the | week-end with the William and ; Herman Vaudta here. The Arthur Vaudts, I.ivermore, also visited the ; ocal \audts, as well as the Louis ! Wenrspanns. , Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Walker ; F.osella Voigt. a Mrs. Larson, and i- rhe tuneral of John i tn f > latter's daughter Beulah all Lr.tM f rff.k. Saturday."!' Algona. last week Wednesday and Mr?.. William ftuseh | evening guests at a sleighing par- Williarn A. i r-X si von by Mr. and Mrs. fferman M»s. Herman V'oigt, who also served an oyster supper. Mr. and Mrs. Flmer Bell entertained Friday evening fit dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voi.gr, son James, Mr. and Mrs Henry Lauck, and the I.au,ck daughter Lucille and .son Henry Jr. Mrs. Oscar Poirot and her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Spillea, visited Mrs. Kate Ksser, sister of Mrs. Spilles, at Cylinder last. Thursday. Margaret Rod ing now has riftccn ti> Markgraf f'nncral- Mr. Mr. and Mrs. h Jr., Mr. and Zumar-h, Frank Hestenlehnet- Mrs. Chris Mever. Mr •Vfr-;. Augu,;t Mir-lkf, Arthur deii-.vii'n. j-eter Klben, Mrs. drew Hlhert, and At Vaughn. Mr. | and Hei- : An- Hichard , I'arfy is ftivt-n— A slfti-hina- party was given by nd Mrs. M f; k Reding one last week, and guests were Mnry f'atheritif.. Rooney, Mary Lenore Kelso, Mary Corine Schmitt. M;iry Jane Reding, "Cud , Rooney Kenneth Klbert, Norvin Klbert Junior Fandel, Bob Fleming C'le- eharge of the seventh grade at the academy, taking the place of tera Conceptia, who is sick. Sis- ronma ovor the pool hall here. The W. C. He-iter.s were Sunday guests of the At. H. Hollars, Corwith, in honor of the latter couple's son Lyle'a birthday. A Parent-Teacher association meeting has been postponed to Monday, February 7. Fred Genrieh and his sons Bern- »ird and Mainord made a husinoss trip to Davenport Saturdny. The Fred Dransfoldls wore Sunday dinner guests of the Verne Peters family, Algona. Mrs. John Dompsey spent the week-end w'ith Mr. and Mrs. John Arhogast, Fenton. The Molvtn Hawks family wore Sunday guests of the Charles Hiiwk.i family at Spirit Lake. Betty Ann and Rula Mao Sharp spent Saturday with, and were overnight, guests of, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pearson, Algona. Mrs. Russell Sharp and her daughter Joan left Saturday for a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Brendt, Granada, Minn. A card party took place Saturday evening at John Sclmllin's in honor of Mrs. Schallin's and Mainerd Nemitz's birthdays. Attending: the George Boltes, Mr. and Mrs. William Boettc.her, Carl Haack,. all of Fenton; Mrs. Clara Gremmels and the Raymond Gremmels family, Fairville; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe, Lotts Creek, daughter Bernice; the William Rtiss family. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peters have moved to a farm near Webster City. The Ora Hurlhurts were Sunday dinner guests at R. H. Ortmann's, Rurt. Blva'Ewoldt and Jessie Smith, Algona, spent the week-end at Karl Ewoldt's. Mr. and Mrs. red Rowe were Sunday guests at H. E. Rowe's, Estherville. Mrs. Dorothy Behrends, Fair- iiont, came Friday for a weelc at. Henry Knock's. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer. Fenton, and her family spent Sunday afternoon it Alox Radig's. Mrs. FTugh Walsh, daughter Ei- een, and the son La-wrenoe made business trip to Des Moines Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. T-Toppe spent Sunday with Mrs. John Hoppe, Fairmont. Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith, Algona,, the Leo Sankeys, of Rritt. and the E. J. Heidenwiths, Swea City, were dinner guests at. Walter Thompson's, and the Carl Ffammerstroms were dinner guests of the Chris and Albert Sliaaers. Tbe G. 0 .MoFarlands, Burt, were it. Wa.lt.Br Faulst.ich's Sunday af- ernoon and for supper. Arline md Leona Kuknv, Seneca, were at i!mil Kraft's Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Tietz and Lorraine Gramenz, Fenton, spent Snt- irday aftarnoon with Elma Krue- er. Mrs. John Gramenz andi Mrs. Arnold Klntt, Fenton, apent tlio afternoon «t Mrs. George Schneider's. Mrs. TllHo Hanna and her daughter Myrtle wera Sunday dinner guests of Mrs, Maude Hitttna, BUrt postmlstrBss, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. ^Hawcntt, evening guests «n worth's. \ v ,, r( , ' Anniversary Sale The following cars listed have been reconditioned if necessary and are guaranteed represented. '- f cm m • PLYMOUTHS 1937 Plymouth Tudoi heater—(black). with, built-in truck. Tires like new 1936 Gunanetal Plymouth Deluxe 4-door Sedan, heater. -A-l condition. All new tires— 1936 Plymouth Deluxe Tudor. Black with trunk and heate r. • FORDS 1936 Ford 4 door Deluxe Sedan with built-in trunk. Has < 'oi um . bia rear axle overdrive, custom radio and heater — a nice f ami 1 r c ar 1935 Ford Deluxe 2-door with Kari-Keen trunk. A dandy fa r f., r those who need extra trunk room— splendid condition throim-hout 1934 Ford 4-door, deluxe Sedan, lots of good miles and not too much money. 1929 Ford Coupe — a good used car for little, money. • CHEVROLETS 1930 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan, 6 wire wheels, trunk rack. Repairitod and motor completely overhauled. 1932 truck S. W. B 1930 Chevrolet Coupe with Pick-up box, now being overhauled ; n the. shop. • OLDSMOBILE 1936 Oldsmobile Coupe— looks and runs like new. We have i n-»l price on this car. Many cheaper ones. BODY SHOP No wreck job is too small or too big for our shop. Thig shop wa 3 furnished with al! rew equipment of latest type within the last year. See us for free estimate. All work MAXWELL MOTORS Phone 595 State and J ones CHECK CHEVROLETS LOW DELIVERED ^ PRICES... ' and learn :; '-j:?.-; what the word! LOW PRICES realli) mean! CHEVROLET THKAR THAT IS COMPLETE the only low-priced car with all these modern features: GmmolMolo, CHEV.OUT MOT08 D.VB.ON, G.,.™, jMatar , , 85-H.RVAIVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES GENUINE KNEE-ACTION* AIL-SILENT, ALL-STEEL BODIES FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION TIPTOE-MATIC CLUTCH - DET1CMT, _ ,*Q» Mater 0»lM*»«««,c a CHEVROLET! It -•55SSJK25W

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