Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR COUNFY Ground Hog In or out, we are not paying any attention to Mr. Ground Hog! Ware looking up wholesale houses that have surplus merchandise which they will sell cheap for \--clS 11, We want standard goods at a low price so we can keep our bargain tables filled up and flowing over. Bargains, real values in good standard useful merchandise, is what keeps the crowd coming to Neville's Store. ,» , reP01)1 ^ S0011 lea "i where they get the most for their money. The fellow that tries to fool the public will find in the end that he has not been fooling anyone but himself. At Neville's we throw the cards on the table lace up. No dark horses, no secrets. Mrery cleric and most of my customers know where I buy and what I pay for each article. When you trade at Neville's you know what you are buying and how much profit you are paying. Last Aveek I closed a deal Avith Schramm & Schmieg, of Burlington, Iowa, for 13Sb dozen anklets (16620 pairs) and I am not afraid to tell you that I bought them at half of the regular wholesale price, sou will get them at half of the regular retail price.. We buy children's shoes 100 dozen, sometimes 200 dozen, at a time so as to get the lowest possible price. Bedroom slippers, any quantity if they make the price to suit us. Just today Ave received a shipment of ladies' full-fashioned pure silk chiffon hose. They are just like any other regular $1.00 hose, but our price AVI 11 be only 49c a pair. We took on an awful load of them, but they will go flying at 49c. No trouble to sell good merchandise at low prices THE SHOE MAN VOUR I Lace Valentines are all very sweet and we have an excellent assortment from lc to 50c, but, to give your sweetheart a REAL feeling of pleasure, bring her -some thing more substantial —something like the items below. Lucien Lelong Perfume botU — $1.50 up Lucien Lelong Cologne your favorite odor $1.00 Chocolates d creams in Val 1 lb. 49c up Assorted creams in Valentine Stationery 72 sheets, 50 envelopes .............. Give Here A REAL GIFT From K. D. JAMES Rexall Drug Store Algona, Iowa "•"•••^•"•H Special Sale 10% DISCOUNT on Typewriters During February Come in now while our Btock is C i. G. DEWEL AT THJJ ADVAXt'K OFFICE ACADKMY HALL MONDAY EVENING 8 O'clock Cards, Jvunclieoji, Dance Public Invited. HKI'OKi; YOt PAUfT f?»'t full infiirinaliuii. »Vo have lifljtful illus<nil«-d literalurc. )f s Botsford Lumber Company EARL SHEPPARD DAUGHTER WEDS AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, Feb. 1—Geraldinc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eai Sheppard, was married to Loui Schumacher at St. Michael's Cath ohc church here Tuesday morning by the Rev. William Veil, pastoi Esther Henry wns bridesmaic and Lester Schumacher was bes nan. The bride wore a gown o •oyal blue alpach crepe with ac essories to match, nnd a corsage | of yellow roses and white sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore a navy IOWA . ore a navy blue alpach crepe dress, with accessories to match, and a corsage of white carnations and sweet peas. A wedding breakfast was served by the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Gilbert Sheppard, at Algona, and a reception took place at the home of the bride's parents, where a three-course dinner was served to 40 persons. Mr. Schumacher is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schumacher. REWRITES Briefs summarizing ... clpal news In lost Thursday's Upper DPS Molncs. FUXKttAT, SERVICES weie held at the Methodist church, tin Rev. A. English In charge, for rioward M. Vinson, 42, Saturday. Mi. Vinson died at an Aberdeen, !!. D hospital, alter a short Illness with stomach ulcers, with which lie had " Ho for -.-. , Jt A.Aiivo ouijuniuui'ui. Both he and his hrido attended Presentation academy here. , The Fern Valley ' Widc-Awake i-l-H boys club met at George Ed- jward Fandel's last week AVcdnes- ,day evening, and Randall Roff- jinan, Palo Alto county agent, help jed plan a program for 1938. Billy (Fandel gave a talk on a trip to |Ames, games ware played, find a jfew songs were sung. On the en- Itertainment committee were Del- •bert Elbert and Francis Fandel. „.., u . wv «i MI 11 itll » illUll J 'or some time been afflictei iad been In the postal servi had ft city — —„, uu t obtained truisfer n August, 1936, to a rural route it Conde, S. D., in the hopt. that he change would bettei his ealth. Mrs. Viuson and twc chil ren, Craig, IS, and Shirley 16 urvive. Mrs. Vinson's motl or Is .gnes M. Laldley, former county ecorder. —WOK KRASCHEL Jmoke t the annual meeting of the Burt •eamery at Burt Saturday. He rged farm ownership by the rmers, saying that now C( per ent of the farms of Iowa are tenanted. Other speakers were 0, K U, ANDERSON, EX-SWEA cirr, DIES N COAST "•"••-"• WLIIBI sjjeaKcrs were 0 K Storrie, of the State Brand Cream° Hes - and A. W. Ul (U3 dairy specialist, handled 10,378 worth $105,000 Hudnick, Ames The creanery pounds of Witter last year. J.I p. , ast year. J. p. Trunkhill and E. B. Dlttmer Ivere re-elected directors. rancs andel. ! Lunch was served by Mrs. Fandel T le ir° Xt mceting will be at Billy Thull's. airs. Mlelke Observes Birthday— Mrs. August Mielke was hostess to neighbors and other friends Sunday and Monday nights in honor of her GSth birthday The men played cards, the women visiting. Guests Sunday night were l\l 1* n Tl M AT»,n T • f, ' Mr. and Mrs. Louis "Braatz and Mrs. Fred Bierstedt, Mr f , rGorhart3 Wehespann, ind Mrs. J. H. Helmke, Mr Potratz, Mrs. Monday night Mr --s .Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. arl Ostu-ald, Mr. a nd Mrs. Otto, Hahn, Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich Cordes, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strue-' cker. Card ]»nrtj- at Viindl's— Friday evening were "•'- Lawrence Meyer, professional , I1WJ1 aiienaco Chamber of Commerce rally at Legion hall last week' Thur evening. Newcomers were ii iro- duced, and ten-minute talks \l-ere Riven, followed by discus The annual meeting will be in March, when the terms of .Directors Wm. F. Steele Jos. Bloom, W. V. Butler, and T. H. Chrisc'hil- les expire. «A\ TAYLOR, common laboier and Delbort Fosnaugh, of Plum Creek, were given sentences of 'ten years each at Fort Madison Mon"<"•• by Judge Do Land on char Swea City, Feb.- 1 — Relatives and old friends hero were shocked Monday when word came that C. J. Anderson had died suddenly Sunday at his home at Alhambra, "alif. ' Mr. Anderson was perhaps one ot the best known men In this vi- "'"'ty. When ho wj,s 15 In the Ing of 1872, his parents, the Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Anderson, came here. i There were only two |>r three houses in cast Swea township then. C. J. helped his i ,, no1 ', on tho to™, learned his lathers- trade, carpentering, and when he was 22 located at Ban""" 1 ^5 ore ho dld contracting building. He was married in to Emma Erickson. When Swoa City was now, the Andersons moved here, rind Mr Anderson continued contracting "'"' building, also establishing a ""•o business. He built the and Lutheran churches, —- old opera house, and many other local buildings. Finally Mr. Anderson gave up contracting and devoted all of hi ilT , t0 tho fllrn 'ture business. Ii 1.W1 he sold out and went to Cali lornia for his remaining years His wlfn „„* „„. ___ Miltol)| su ,. vive Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Elbert, of Wtiittemore, Wed Fifty Years Whittemore Feb. 1—The country home of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Elbert wos the scene for celebration of their golden wedding anniversary Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert were married January 31, 1888, at Benson, 111., by the Rev. Father Martin Bauer. Their first eight years of married life they spent at Flan- mgan, 111. 'Then they moved to Whittemore 42 years ago and have ived here ever since. The only person here for tho golden wedding who attended tho original event was Mrs. Mary Kohl, Mason City. The celebration began with high mass at 8 a. in. at St. Michael's Catholic church, with the Rev. Father William Vcit as celebrant. Mrs. Blbert was attired in a wine colored, transparent velvet dress. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert are the parents of eight children, all whom live in this county: Lawrence, Algona; Leo, Mrs. Clara Mueller, Elmer, Martin, Clarence, Harold, and William all of this community. There aro 17 grand-children. At noon a three cdurse dinner was served to the oldwcds,and 50 close relatives. Tho tables were decorated with daffodils and snapdragons, nnd the rooms wore beautiful with streamers of gold crepe paper nnd small gold bolls. There was open house from 3 to 5 Pi m., nnd 150 neighbors an.d other friends called. Gold-colored ice cream and cnkc, cookies, and coffee were served. The Elberts received mnny A * C:30 lunri, lmmo«fflo Ing the will speak ()n "f ...-- nex t Mn m | ;lv All farmers fined $10 «,,, . F- Sporhi charge of petty from a railway' western track.-! 'in ,,, »y ffelito rwood, Cal I left last week i,, ,. Iversity of TC.VH.K employed In «. ],'„',,,, Mr. Mr. of statutory "'rape of and stepdaughter, now 16 and back. Mr. Anderson has long been —iber of the Baptist church, belonged to the Masons, L1 ,,. IPythia'" StarS> " nd th ° Knights or Funeral services were held afternoon in Alhambra. HARVEY WADSWORTH SICK SEVEN YEARS , who had with a home by Mr. ana s. S. Nemmers, Ramsey township, since childhood, w as ordor& to leave the state of Iowa b ison last Thursday, threatened to against Struecker, Alvera Behnke, Lita He Her, Mavnard Roeber, Harold and Esther Potratz, Dawn Vaudt, Evelyn Voigt, Helen Hahn. Maynard Roeber and Reta Struecker ^on high; Lawrence Meyer, trav- . Thompsons to Cedar Rapids— Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Thompson .™™£. !° me ^ aturda >' ^ter two SERVICES were held _.- -™ McCullough chapel Fridiv lor Daniel Lloyd Harris, 39, die Rev. Mr. Volzke, new Baptist miji- in charge. Surviving is and six childreii: -_, Hazel, Russell, Hai~, and Rose. ' THE A3WUAL MEETING of tile county Conservation - ' at Algona October 1C, 1S77 resident of Kossulh 1905, when he came- to assume control of agency at Genoa. Lat- !Lll C . am 9 t. 0 Denver, and he had hero continuously a garage and an auto his ' ' the 1 Crown Hill cemetery Harvey was the son of ' j h ' ° ne ° f the county and e Most Possible For " nitvt iXfAUti W lid . The y stored their house hold goods here and left Sunday for Cedar Rapids, where Mr. Thompson has accepted a position with a broadcasting company. The J hompsons came here a year ago ' and Mr. Thompson represented ! the. Dos Monies Register-Tribune as field man. nearly seven rears and ™™f 80 '? malignant disease ana keep up his courage. t You will find excellent values in our stock of beds, spring and A variety of poster, spool, modernistic or iron bedsteads. EXTRA FEBRUARY VALUE Iron bed, Simmons spring and cotton mattress $14.95 High grade coil spring and inner spring mattress $19.75 New J-nrmhire and Bugs Arriving Daily l l( Glendale in 2, with bt <'at i national Iraft waa 1 years d irfect 'hej o his, su at 2 o'clc nplatned i nlsteredj turned to nst a pllli >r dead. * lachine TV 'revived.- that a Mo ,he aorta, from th mories of e Mclnl > Algona d her well,, i echo officers, and a Dutch "uncTwm t served by the Whitteuiore unit. THE JTKLSOy HAIU>WARK ,vu. 'r nr L Nelson Tuesday 1 >j. ni. Howard, Washington Towc who took possession the same dav Mr Howard comes from the Ruk Baber hardware at Washington nut his home is at Ottumwa antine for scarlet fever Hansel has the disease. Maurice Mallorys and the nans are also quarantined I he Rev. Father Dolhofi •-arly, was a guest early in veelc at Henry Felder's He nephew of Mr. Felder B1Vn " ve yoara ut the is a <?hnr IT" ——e»is of grand larceny of She!- head of cattle from his own faui- er. He took the cattle to St. Paul °t and sold them for $400^. OKORGE f'ARirom-rof Whit- lllrtl.rt • ...I-- . . - • ' I* lUi >, ., the Mrs. Krebsbach. temore, from I tests Student Xurses Visit Here— T daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JSaas, is a student nu;-se hospital, Rochester, recently passed bar « dent-nurse, who is spending two jveeks here, then will go toSaton lor a week with relatives. Chris Meyers Are Hosts— Mr were the entertained !! Hwman ^yer, : ; TiV-— """« j-'e j.-aui university, Chicago, last June.' 1 ir-ttrJ wo° U , XTV ' / et - u P -for athletics was formed in Algona one day last week, and 0. S. Reilev was elected president. Plans are for county, district, and state tournaments at baseball. • •• ' Rural Teachers and Eighth Graders are Taking State Tests Ten Kossuth teachers wrote wor.?'' w C ,° Unt / examl "at'ons last "Acting as pallbearers were of ice men and associates who h m« n and worked wlti h ' m f "The only son, John, is a toac c 0 T,- o °j Colo The widow, at 4445 South the family home and t.iko an apartment. The son and hi* wife and the Davenports, of Greeu'v Colo.,'were here for the funeril "'' ' Mr. Ellis added that Alice, liar veys sister, was dead at Greelov, Colo but no other facts concern- ng her have been received. Frankls in Texas; Truck Wrecks Car Irvington Feb. l_Mr. and Mrs. rtm Frankl, who had been at Boulder, Colo., are now enjoying T« xnB .nnshlne, plan to remain - -— March 3. Before leaving oulder the Frank! car, with ohn-at the wheel, collided with truck. The drivers were uninjured, but the car is reported to have been so badly wrecked that a new one was purchased for the trip to Texas. s Mrs, irst part; as la ce nthday.' 1 rere serv Ilk pan c vernac'ul mt a tre lers can; ther part ties at'tl the, life i erful red arlor;,tl i fin©' sti i a shelf who wai All of/t de by ha ird to ke Sang in [clntyre's ...' corne is death j I and wai S. Langi i latter' and I i ae, had irded'wi mnie. 1 ind man there a At the ti Jake B rere oth translen us, and' Mclrityn -. whic' lotland, ,i better Igona gl her horn sang j I*! 1 ^jsr^™" 1 ' daughte; ' : Many at Academy Party— There was a large attendance at « card party at the academy Sun- V J-l jrl.J Pll,, I}, 1 ' * J " i * "ism. i^iia jjurko and Prink !cy won high at. bridge- Mrs ! ,^ 1 ^ : yr t ," nd , Win l ; »" Pandel! .Missouri Visitors Lcayf— The Clyde Wilsons returned to I i tlieir home at Independence Mr, j la.st week Thursday, after Bix ' ' ^ kS ,^!!. ^^"^ »«ther" Jlilbert, and This - , /" ' 1JI 'n *» uuiv r rmay vyt; eighth graders in the county will take state tests at the Bryl schoo building and a high Is throughout the county of the most important essen- '" Preparing the pupils for tests" said Mrs. Shlr- them to concen- ..** done by puttinir in an ^If, h ' Bh . 1)oints °f the lessons n an interesting manner, so that their Jlttpntinn -i.rill t u ,. " al Dance! Academy Hall, Whittemore Friday, Feb. 4 Askew Attraction 13 Artists featuring T h e Harinonetts • the most sensational band in the noVth- ilCSt, Otlicr Wliittemore. Mrs. j,,i m w ald ,. on and M Miller's and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Peril entertained Sunday evening a f-'irds. and KU(1!iiK „ M " " L man v t0 tHahn ' Mr ' ^ Ild M». He """ v »JKt, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Eicheid and Wednr^, ei '7 returne(1 last week uedne.sday f rom Carroll where they attended the wedding of El? en ATTENTION Friday & Saturday BACON SQUARES I and " Whittemore barbers at- a ,n as i er barbers We Specializ YOU HAVE ONE? Deluxe T,,do r n , W ° f Mr - YOUNG CALyES LIVER am Loaf and r elties e in Meat No OCERY box , 10W 1 > > DOX ', n °w being overhauled in ^ A A " *v* I*66 Gstiinnt~o AII CM* 116W B MAXWELL MOT6RS" State gild Jones

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