Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1938 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1938
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PAGE TWO WESLEY GO- KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALC^ONA, OP SOCIETY HAS A GOOD "Wesley, Feb. !l — The annual meeting of the Farmers ro-Opera- tivo Society dealers in grain, feed, salt, fencing, and lumber was held Monday afternoon at the Kloin- peter hall with many of! the 200 or more stockholders prtsent. In reviewing 1037 it -\ias found to have been year, with sales ainot very 'profitable nting to $308,023.37, including boti the. elevator and lumber departments. Gross profits on sales anlountecl to Armstrong Boys and Girls Win and Lose in Games Armstrong, Feb. The Arm- , . ( strong girls' and boys' basketball teams each won and lost a game last week. Tuesday night both Dolliver teams lost to Armstrong. The girls' game was lopsided. The boys' game was the best game of the evening. The local boys wore trailing 13-11 at the half and 21-16 at the end of the third quarter. In the Hist quarter Armstrong connected for many field goals and with the final score 28-25. Friday evening the Gruver girls Fitzgibbons, at Omaha. Robert Irwln Jr. spent a few days-at the parental Rev. R. R. Ir- wiii's this week. He was on a va- cation between semesters from the Washburn college, at Topeka, Kans, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fischer will celebrate their 28th wedding anniversary next week Wednesday evening at the Gay Paree. FAHM MACHINERY — SELL your surplus through an Advance for- sale ad. tf beat Armstrong thriller 35-36. girls here Armstrong in a girls j outplayed the Gruver girls in the |17,75fi.SO with a net almost ofjfj rs t half in passing and tcam- ?s - 700 - ; | work. The Armstrong girls led After necessary deductions for throughout the game except foi taxes of various kinds,, it was Uie last few minutes of play, when found that a patronage: dividend I a double foul was called on two of 2V 2 per cent could bk paid on I players, Gruver made the free merchandise and a half cent per bushel on grains. This: distribution totaled $2778.58. All stockholders previously had I'eceived 5 per cent dividend on their stock, amounting to $1,225.00. After pay- was added to capitalized at ing this, $2,683.1)3 surplus. The society is $28,650, with a surplus of $12,000. Three directors wore. elected for three yours: .tolm Lutl- •wig, Glaus Tjarks, and Clarence Ward. Other officers are J. F. Loobig, president: W. J, Friminl. throw and Armstrong missed Armstrong lead 2G-.17 at the half The Armstrong girls' seconc team won from Gruver's second team 25-21. Friday evening the boys' first and second teams lost at Swea f'ity. The first team wont down 34-20, and the second team lost 1G-S. Mrs. Steiner is Dead- Mrs. Margaret Steiner, 70, died Thursday morning, at the home of her son, Frank Stoiner. Mrs. vice; John Ludwig, treasurer; and I Steiner had been in poor health Olaf Funncmark, secretary. Dircc- for several years and had suffer- tors arc Clarence. Ward. H. 'J. i ed from several strokes recently. Sherman, Clans Tjarks, Wallace She was a resident of Armslong Donovan, ami 'John Carlson. Ed Hildman is manager of the elevator, with Kd LoebiK, second | urday morning at t) o'clock at St. man. Alfred Krdmann is in charge Mary's Catholic church with the for •!.'! years. Funeral services wore hold Sat- of the lumber department. At the liov. Bernard Eischeid officiating. meeting, treats consisting of up- Hurial was made in the Catholic pies, cigars, candy, and pencils,! cemetery here. were given, together with a finan- Surviviiu are her children: cial statement of the yetir's busi- Mrs. William V. Leach and Frank ness. Steiner both of Armstrong; Mrs. G. .1. Marr of Cuba Mo.; and AVm. Steiner, of Spencer. Itosina Kisenlmrher is Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Eisenbacher . . . and daughter Thecla, have retu -n-' A 1 '"'"*™"!* ^ '»* ' mirnoy— ed from Ft. Atkinson, Wis., K.J Tno Armstrong Junior high •where they went to attend the 1)0 >' s won the Junior high tourna- •wedding of their daughter Uo^nti mmi llcl '° Friday and Saturday to Richard C. Hammond. The woo- ] '>>' defeating the Swea City Jun- ding took place January 20 in St. i inr l "^ in the fina1s 25 - 18 - Satur- Joscph's rectory, the Rev. Ethvurd lla >" afternoon. Friday Swca City Aumann officiating. Ringstcd 1G-12, and Arm- wore a white brocaded chiffon vnl- strong beat Ledyard 23-20. •vet gown while her bridesmaid, Thecla Eisenbacher, her sisto.", wore pale blue. The bride carried a shower bouquet of while chrvf,- Otlier Armstrong News. Joe Cnmdon returned Saturday _ _ ^ __ _ morning from Iowa City, where he ai-.tliomums and worj ;i finger tip ' visil - otl a few tla >' s with llis broth- held in place ,, ; (!eni'i,-,. 01 '. Jolm, and cousin, Leo Fitzgib- ,,. Miss Eiscnbachur's bomiuet was of i lmns - v;1jo -''t-totnd the university. pink snapdragons. The bride- j He < llso visited his cousin, Robert groom's attendant was his brother Woodrow Hammond, of South J1L- waukee, AY is. They will make their home in Ft. Atkinson, where Mr. Hammond has a position at a furniture store. Yermm Jiilinsiin is .Marrii-d— Word was received hove bv the August Kngstroms and various 500. Mildred Funnemark spent several days last week hero with her parents enjoying a mid-semester vacation from school duties at St. Olaf college at Northfield, where she is a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins, to- i gether with his parents from near -riu.mini. r-ai^su vmih imu Vell Iullrt , r , ... . ., „ Johnson families that Vernon, son! f . onVU ' ™ ft Tues(la > r £or San of Mr. and Mrs. Albert ('. Johnson ! Anto "'°' lex -. where t they are to at Orantsburg, Wis., was married . s| ' Gnd . T 0 wccks vls 't"ig a brother in Minneapolis January 29. They I •,'. s ", ,, „ , , , are now making their home on the I . , ' a " , c? - \ Cook ' RoJJ ~ bridegroom's farm, where a new • vlck ' *?™< Sm '^ llorp ^ tho house was buill for thorn ,-" llolw ' »' XI '- and Mr.s. Milcon Gid- new and he i.s assisting his father with farm dutie.». Tlie Johnsons have seven oilier children, with the four oldest. Vermin, Mabel, Dorothy, and Ruth, all married. Agnes is at homo, and Grace, Anna,, and Reuben are atlending high school. IVosleyan's Aunt is Dead- Mrs. Lester Lar.son received •word Sunday of the death Saturday of her aunt, Mrs. Kd Byro, at Malta, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Larson and Arvin left Tuesday morning for Malta vo attend the funeral, which WHS to be held there in the ™3 Lutheran church Wednesday at- ternoon. Mrs. Byro was about 7 years old, and was a sister of Mrs. Lester Larson's mother. Mr. Byro was a brother of Mrs. "I/arson's lather. She is survived by four ' living children, all grown. Mrs. (iidilings is Iiii|>ri>vi',l — Gordon Giddings '.eft Sunday morning lor Iowa City to visit Mr.s. Giddings, who is in the 1ms- I>Hal there. A card .sent to rela- | lives received Monday stated that lie found Mr.s. Giddings much improved. Their son Hubert at present is making his home with die Milton Giddings family. dings. Harold Skow was sick last week :md unable to attend his regular school northv"••,! of town. Mr. and M:••••. Fred Bentelc were Sunday visitors at Henry Funne- miirk's. The W. A. Fischer family spoilt Sunday with his parents i-i Rriti. The Ole Floni family spent Sunday at Lester Larson's. Very Special A new shipment of ladies' pure silk full-fashioned hose, service or chiffon, new colors, all sizes, going a.t 49c a pair. Men's dress sflx, a real bargain. You will want to pay us 25c for them, but we are wrapping them up at lOc a pair. We have nine overcoats left, and to prove that we do want to sell them we are marking them down to $8.75. Men's rubber boots, all sizes, at $1.98. 30 dozen men's work shoes just arrived from Peters Shoe Co. A new shipment of boys' Sky Rider Oxfords just arrived. We sell them at $2.25, and each boy gets a new Univex camera free. You save on the shoes and get the camera free. Another big bargain is our men's work oxfords with raw cord gro cord soles, at $1.98. Lots of other bargains. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Save on your Iowa 931 and other strains suitable for your locality. Leave your orders at our office or with our representative MR. L. M. OWEN Phone 308 |l!iII!(I!!l!!ll!i!!i!!!l!J!i!lii$!IIE!!!illiliiiill!!!il!ll!l!IEillil9i!il!!n^ <!lnl) is Knti'rtniiuMl— Mr. and Mrs. Krnosi Hutchison entertained their Saturday night. GOO club Saturday, and -Mrs. W. A. Fischer received high score f,>r women, Dale Thompson, high for men. Mr.s. Sim Itanis, of Sexton, •won low prize. Sliidj CliiJ) in .Meeting— The Stmly club met. Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Gooriru Md- ricii. Mrs. A. M. Leas- and Mrs. Kraus had ihe los.in.i on Women In Politics. Comributions were Killon up for the Penny Art fund. Other AVesloy News. Mrs. Anna Lilly has ])cen visiting her daughter, ijlr.s. Hen Shriiuih, north of town, and has been assisting with duties in the. home since Mrs. Shraut.|i has been sick in bed for two weeji.s. She is now able to be up ai>d around. Mrs. Lilly too for a tin)e was not feeling well, having had a bad •cold. Mr. Srauth fell down the stairs some time ago aqd hurt her shoulder, which is slil) stiff and giving her considerable annoyance. The \V. F. M. S. mat Friday :;t the hnme of Mr.s. II M. Ilai' •with Mrs. John Hulling ;n churgo of devotions. Mrs. Joli^ AiMPsruiy had the lesson on tli3 !jth chapter of the book, "Mecca and Beyond/' The group is learning seven favorite songs and seven bible pas-sages. The hostess served iunch. Mr. and Mrs. Harry' Thompson left Monday morning for three weeks in Texas. Mr. Thompson has for a number of yc|ars .spent eeveral weeks each wiijter In the south, but this is the fi^st trip for Mr.s. Thomiison. The Sunday night cluj> me", with the H. D. [Oniorys, \yitb Mis. Young receiving liigli qcore pnze for women and W. A. Fischer high for men. Mrs. Ernest Hutshinson received !o\v. The group plays FORMAL OPENING Ttes. Fri. Sat. Feb. Ifl-ll-R A Valuable Free Gift to Every Lady Visiting our Store on Thurs.- Fri. - Sat, We invite you to visit our new store west of the Court House on one of these three days and see the wonder/ ful display of new Spring Merchandise in this showing, Our new location has been chosen with the one idea in mind, that of better service at less cost, We will carry special low prices on every item in our stock these three opening days. rtt Living Room Suites At Reduced Prices and a Fine Gift FREE Opening Days Only uitc 8 Piece Modern Suite only JAMES' CANDIES Many Fancy Heart Shaped Boxes 25c, 49c, 59c $1.00 Drug Store THE REXALL STORE Every Dining Suite in Stock at Reduced Prices $10 Reduction On Every Bedroom Suite in Stock j and Coil Spring FREE Large New Shipment of Carolyn China Table Lamps Assorted colors. Add real beauty to your home at CXCCID- tionally low cost. KITCHEN CABINET Wliit'e enamel porcelain top, good dish space. Opening days special b ^ Five Piece Finished Breakfast Set Lowest price in Iowa 13.75 " Big New Line of General Electric VACUUM SWEEPEBS Guaranteed quality, motor driven brush, only 29,75 Our entire balcony is given over to the under special rug lights, Buy rugs now 1 Linoleum Heavy burlap backed genuine Linoleum, 12 feet wide Aft sq. yd. only 9x12 Bordered Rug 9 ft. Felt Bc*se Goods only 45csq. yd. _^ Beautiful New Line of STUDIO ICOUCHES Buy now at Special Low Prices 3 Days Only Furniture Co. WEST OF COURT HOUSE Where Furniture Sells For Less tftllTMMl-.- fj -• -„ _ '•" ^^^ ^WWWHI

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