Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1938
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16,1988. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA , FEBRUARY 11 AND 12 GLORIOUS ON THE SCREEN with Leo CARRILLO Jean PARKER James ELLISON OttoKRUGER Gold mad Yukon days live again. Plus "March of Time" Germany under Hitler for 1 yoiirself—film smuggled out of Germany attd developed in America. ' MONDAY FEBRUARY 13 AND 11 tj No advance in prices. P S f tageV< , Attraction "~: 30, 9 p:m, Sunday p.m. Mon'.*8 local' dancer^ doing ~ A JIG T Ti; - -^ i ? Apple'V/jj'tJ and-, VI* 1 , , '*( Pet^ Smith's "Decathlon Champion" Hen jjMcjjriisi/ hanging up all-time record for points, *> ^l'4if%y& ma de at last Olympic. V.*_ Jj Jl.i*ii^Vr). . (OW i \i .".hAt^* ny,showing—'Rogues of Range,' and 'Lady Behave' 1) MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 AST) 14 ...HE WON (FIRST PRIZE ...FOR A POKE ION THE NOSE! sw ;»j ,.• jo AM .; WOODBURY ' SMl^W^iv'.' 2 Features, 21c Fresh, crisp, piping- hot. with STELLA ARDLER JOHN PAYNE A PARAMOUNT PICTURE MpBACKEBS, In toy house _1____2 Ibs. 97.fi.. rv^tsJtiriS!** '• - i •-.' . .' S .—•—8 pkgs. 25c.v ^FLAKES —— 2 pkgs. 19c I PAINT CLEANEB „_ __19c ITE SOAP CHIPS 5-11). box 85c IBEAL (Similar to Cream O'Wheat) _17c LIE, 4 rolls _______15c fP Use this uniform high qual- tj icy flour. It's milled from only the choicest wheat. Ask your grocer for it. TM^«**"'' rlour MAPI fHOM SELECTED WHIAT MgUSKAtOHSOIIOAUOHUlSCa | { NEBDASKA >nif TR 's FLOUR -95c METHODISTS COMING FOR CONFERENCE Muhleman to Preside at a Sub-District Meet Here. An Algona sub-district Methodist conference will be held Sunday afternoon and evening at the local church, with Supt. W. O. Muhleman in charge. The Rev. W. L. Patterson, Titonka, will lead singing, and the Rev. G. R. McDowell, West Bend, will lead devotions. There will be a talk on increasing attendance in the church schools. Three forums wll be conducted by Mr. Muhleman, and three musical selections will be given. A play or pageant on teaching missions by pageantry will be given by Wesley church school, and another play or demonstration on teaching temperance by the Lu Verne school. Church school lesson material will bo interpreted by Grace Whitford, Crystal Lake. Supper will be served at G, after which Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll will talk on The Cradle Roll, or Nursery Department. The evening service will begin at 7:30, with the Rev. F. Earl Burgess in charge, and Mr. Muhleman, district Mary Glscli, teacher at Pioneer, spent the week-end with her par- ints, Mr. and Mrs. L. Gisch, north of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pertl are >arents of a son, born Saturday. Wr. Pertl is employed by Carl east of Aleoria. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Callahan, of Eminetsburg, and their son L<ynn were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Beamish home. Evelyn, daughter of Mr. and superintendent, will, give mon. the ser- Mild Weather for North Iowa; Ice <& Snow Almost Gone Exceptional, spring-like weather ias been expicrenced here in the last week, with the mercury rising to 44 degrees Tuesday, though yesterday there was a decided drop. The record so far this month shows six out of eight days of thawing weather. The fig- A>^>BBiBWi^WBl ^^Bn^l^— ^^BB^^^*^^^fc <I^^^^W^^^WB(B^ ^^KB^^^ Mr, and Mrs. John Foth spent] Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Kuhn went Sunday at Bancroft, guests at the to Eminetsburg Friday to attend eorgc. Foth's. John and George are brothers. the funeral of a friend, Emmet Cook. Mr. Cook, who died Tuesday of pneumonia, was manager of a Penny store there, and he Is survived by liis wife and an 11-year old daughter. Tlie !•'. It. SucIryK have returned from San Antonio and for the present aro living in upstairs rooms at Mrs. Seeiey's mother Mrs.. E. J, Skinner's. They came because Mrs. Skinner has been in rather poor health, and Mrs. Seeley will help take care of her. Lloyd Morris Jr., Mason City, spent the week-end here with his Mrs. Stephen Loss Irv.ngton, was , parentB Mr> and Mrs _ L1 d Mor . a Sunday guest of her uncle and is Sn He , , n offi , t aunt, Mr and Mrs. Frank Skillmg. th D k pack | ng plant and his Dr. and Mrs. G. D. Walrath were ;fathep workls for btl /c Be ' n T , Sunday guests at a Britt farewell hono Co M] . Morr , 8 gr went dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jos. ^^ to work Tucstkly> afler two Madson who aro moving to Lake Mills. Druggist and Mrs. George Free, weeks of foot treatment at City. Iowa Grlggs, who, however, is now greatly improved. Mrs. Griggs is the former Emily Rist, daughter of Dr. A. L. Rist. Mr. Grigg's sis- tor, Beulah Grlggs, St. Paul, who came to care for the Griggs baby bishops and college professors. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Christensen have written home that they reached Glendale, Ariz., last week Thursday, and Mr. Chrislnosen has ,„, .. ,, . — - |already got much relief from the "™ e th ° P* ren * »«© at Koch- aslhm and other respiratory ester, will shortly go home. j troubles with which he was af- I'. A. Lonergan's familiar figure! footed for some weeks before his is again seen about town. He is | departure. Glendalo is where the still a field auditor for the slate Income tax bureau and is making headquarters at the courthouse, where anyone who needs help in former Gladys Tribon lives, and the W. J. Bournes are near by, at the Sunny Slope Desert Mission. ..„.,,, ..Mrs. Sauerman, of Sigourney, making out a return may find him. i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Federal returns have 11 />c filed jStaohle, Burt, is also at Glendale, ' with a young son who has been much benefitted by the change of climate. .11; Y. P., 6:30 p. m.; evening services, 730. Prayer meetings, 7:45 Wednesday nights. FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A. Sjos- tfnnd, Pastor—Next Sunday: Sunday school, ]0 a. m.; morning worship, 11. Confirmation class Saturday, 9 a. m. There will lie a morning service at the St. Thomas Episcopal church Sunday at 11 o'clock. of Garner, were Algona visitors county recordor . s o£fice Bpent briefly yesterday afternoon. Mr. ; Slmday with hel . moU , ori Mrs . Free said that he was having a j Mary Do]e> Irvlngloll| and other by March 16, but the deadline for state returns is April ]. Mr. Lonergan gets back to his old "stamp- Ing grounds" when he comes to Kossulh, for ho was for a good many years a banker at Bancroft. Tim Rev. F. E. IJiirgess got back late Saturday night from Chicago, where he attended a great United Methodist council last week. He took the following ministers with him: E. A. Briggs Kanawha; V. o£ TRINITY' LUTHERAN, i>. J. Itrancr, 1'iistor—Next ures follow: Fob. 1 Feb. 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 Feb. FeU Feb. Feb. Fob. Fob. 19 33 0 30 37 35 40 44 1 18 10 23 28 24 19 20 .14 .11 Friday and Saturday a thick fog made driving hazardous. A good share of the winter's snow has disappeared and the streets are mostly bare. Miller-Larsen Sale Dated for Saturday ( Mrs. George Miller and Jewel M. Larson announce a joint farm auction next Saturday at the Miller farm two miles northeast of Algona and a half mile southwest of the Plum Creek elevator, the sale to begin at noon. Five horses, 20 cattle, 34 hogs, and a ilne of farm machinery will be offered, with Colwell Bros, as auctioneers nd the Iowa State bank as clerk. Irs. Miller is selling because of good trade. The Rev. Goo. C. Vance is at Grinnell this* week, attending a Pilgrim Fellowship for tho Mitchell Association of Congregational churches. Mrs. T;oren Brown, Mrs. Louis Hint/., Mrs. Edw. Hackbarth, and Irvin Laabs drove to Rochester Tuesday to call on a relative at St. Mary's hospital. Josephine Diilillniuser, employed at The Algonquin, has been unable to work this week because of sickness. She is at the home of her parents at Bode. H. D. Clupsnddle has had his right thumb bandaged since Saturday, when a jack he was operating lot down suddenly pnd the thumb was badly bruised. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and "VTr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt spent ast week-end at Mason City with tho V. E. Youngs. Mesdames Young uid McCorkle are .sisters. Claire llanscn, son of Mrs. Ben Knox, north of Algona, and Stanley Muckoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, spent Sunday at Iowa Falls, visiting friends. Mrs. Maude Swmson and Mrs. lenn Swanson, Fairmont, visited Thursday at the C. R. Pommerening home. Mrs. Glenn Swanson is the former Clara Pommerening. Mrs. Betty Dal/iel, Spencer, who had been a guest at the Samuel Evans home two weeks, left Saturday for Minneapolis to visit other relatives. She is a sister of Mr. Evans. Mrs. Henry Lavrenz, daughter Esther, and Mrs. John Button spent Sunday with the lalter's brother and Mrs. Lavrenz's brother-in-law, Fred Lavrenz, Burt, and his family. Tho Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner were entertained at dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Fred McWherter's, near Whittemore, last (Wednesday) evening. The occasion was Mr McWherter's birthday. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. McCall, of Kenosha, Wis., came Tuesday and are guests of Dr. and Mvs. C. C. Shierk. Mrs. McCall is Mrs. Shierk's mother. The visitors will **4 re 1.90 24^ Ib, bag F BIBS II), 12c 5T, young: home butchered II). 18c )E PORK _ T _ iu. isc '__', ^ t ^lb, J,Q(; SAL STEW —Ib. 14c PJL BOASTS - ~__ Ib. 19c NSEN GROCERY CO. > m ONES m a»a w go home this week-end. Dorothy Nelson, Long Beach, Calif., and her mother, Mrs. Anna he indisposition of her husband, Nelson, are returning to Algona nd she will sell some household sometime this month and will ag- oods, canned goods, and an elec-Uun make their home here. They ric Maytag washer. Mew Shop is Opened for Farm Machinery L. E. Hovey, former sheriff, who as resigned as manager of the hamplin oil station, is remodeling he former Richardson furniture uarters for a line of Case farm machinery. A corner has been re- erved for office purposes, and it ias been decorated in green. The hop is already open for business, ut a "grand opening" is planned or a later date. No one has yet jeen secured to take Mr. Hovey's losition at the oil station, and he vill coninuo to operate it till Feb- •uary 26 unless a new or relief nanager is found before that time. W. C. T. Ui Sponsors Contest in Essays The W. C. T. U. is sponsoring an ssay contest for sixth grade students in the Third Ward and Bryant schools and seventh graders in high school. The title is, What Alcohol Is and What It Does. Text books .will be furnished to contes- ants! for sixth graders, Answers o Alcohol; for seventh graders, That Awful Ethyl. Facts obtained rom the books can be used in the issays. The contest will close March 31. Prizes of a dollar, 75e, and a half dollar are offered for the three best assays in each grade. are old time Algona folks. Louis Carston, Hawarden, came Monday and was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dau over night. He and Mr. 'Dau drove to Mason City on a business mlission Tuesday, and Mr. Carston went home. Charles Cretzmeyur, son of Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, will arrive this 'week-end from Harvard university, Boston, Mass., where he is a medi'cal student. He will be here for a brief visit. Virginia Arn who had been employed at the Sorenson drug, has resigned, and -after March 1 will clerk at the new Kenneth Cowan paint shop. She is at present visiting at her home at Fort Dodge. guests there were Mr. and Mrs. | a Chester Harmon, Woden, the Harmon son Charles, and the Elmer Doles, Irvington. Mrs. Harmon a daughter, Elmer a son, of Mrs. Dole. Donald Mert/, Rockford, 111., Who came Saturday to join his wife took her mother, Mrs. Margaret Caughlin, to Waterloo yes- i terday, and she will be there for week or ton days. Mr. Mori/, came back Friday. Mrs. Mortis is Mrs. Caughtin's daughter Drusila. Mr. Mertz buys cattle at Rock- :ord. In a telephone message about an tern of .business Tuesday, Mrs. Leo 3. Wolfe, Tilonka, was asked how ,ier husband was doing, and she was happy to report that he was right there in the Topic office while she was speaking. Mr. Wolfe ias been having a tough time of it for some months, hut seems now definitely on tho mend. Robert Tumor, 14-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Turner, was ,aken to Iowa City last week Thursday for medical treatment, and he will be there u month. Robert is a sophomore in tho local high school. His father, the painter, got home Saturday from a week's check-up at Iowa Ciiy, following an operation in December. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert, Elddra, spent the week-end with the Fred Jacobs, of the Algona Coffee Shop, and the George Boswells. The Gilberts, who recently moved there, were formerly employed at the Algona Laundry, now owned by Mr. Bosewell. Both aro now employed in an Eldora Laundry. Mrs. Gilbert is the former Helen Knutson. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller, Grinnell, went home Monday, after a .visit since last week Wednesday with the former's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank Miller, and D. E.'s sister, Mrs. Loyd Wellendorf. Mr. Miller, now a contractor at Grinnell, had the wood-working shop across the alley south from the Botsford lumberyard before it was old to the Botsford company last ear. Mrs. Frank Henderson, Pomona, alif., renewed her Advance sub- cription last week, and wrote that be needs the. paper more than vcr now. She is deeply grateful or the sympathy expressed "by nany Algona friends at the time of er husband's sudden death a few lonths ago. She was Mary Pel- eymounter, and her family was rominent at Bancroft. After mar- iage she lived here and became ocally well known. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Griggs re- urned Saturday from Rochester, vhere the former went recently or medical treatment. The Mayo octors could not find the cause f stomach pains suffered by Mr. '. Schuldt Garner; John Buth- lan Clarion; and Roy H. Cox, of -lear Lake. Dr. and Mrs. W. G. fuhleman got back the same day. "very state in *he Union was re- resented, and there was a total f 2500. delegates. Some came, rom Canada also. Branch Rickey, it. Louis baseball manager., was i feature speaker, along with German service, 9 a. m.; Sunday school, 10; English service, 10:30. Sunday .school teachers' mooting this week Thursday evening.. Confirmation instruction Saturday, at 9:30 a. m. NA/ARENE, the Rev. Mr. Voorhies, Pastor — Next Sunday, Sunday school, 0:45 a, m.; services, Monday, February 11 deliveries will be 8:30 and 10 a. 111. and 2:30 and 4 p. nu DON E. AKRE Model Delivery Announces a delivery service for tlie I. G. A. and Akro's A fair-sized audience an old-fashioned "sing" attended at the Congregational church Sunday evening. The Christian Endeavor served . a 'silver tea' afterwards, the proceeds to go to a camp fund. Mrs. M.,H. Doherly, who has been a popular ajid efficient local and society reporter for the Advance since last summer, has resigned, and for the time being Genevieye Sterling is • serving as substitute. Kathuleen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans, returned a couple weeks ago from Rochester, where she was a student-nurse at the Mayo hospital. She has for the present given up her studies, because of poor health. Tho Tom Daileys and Jeanette Sterling spent Sunday afternoon and evening at West Bend, visiting friends. Mf. and Mrs. A. A. Sterling were at Webster City with relatives. Webster City is the Sterlings' old home town. R, J. Crover, Des Moines, left for homo Tuesday, after a few days with Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wai- Doctor's Wife Here Bereft of Bother £? K s,s^»; Fenwick, Branpton, Ont., had died of cancer on the face. Mrs. Evans went there two weeks ago and will many years, his parents having been pioneer Portland settlers. Mrs. Homer Boevers and her son r=^=^eZ Mr! ^daughter ™e Bunday^gu-t. Fenwick, who was only 41, is survived by his wife and an 11-year- old daughter. Branpton Evans' old home town. is Mrs. Study Club Opened for Mission Women Mrs. W. G. Muhleman opened a study club at the library Monday afternon for officers of the Methodist Woman's Home Missionary society. There are five lessons in' a course she is giving, and the club meets once a week on Monday from 2:30 till 3:30. The. officers will study the lessons before\ they present them at meeting of the society. It >yas «JI»usu8l" Weatlier. Algona hail a unique February weather experience Saturday afternoon, when it rained, hailed, and there was loud thunder and at B. A. Thorpe's. Mr. Boevers, manages the West' Bend lumberyard, and has been having trouble in the back and was at Des Moines, seeking medical advice Dr. C, H. Cretzmeyer got home Monday morning from Bbston, ;Mass., where he visited his son Charles, of Harvard university last week. Asked for a report of his experience, the doctor replied, "I got back, and I had a good time." Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sorensen, with their baby daughter, Judith Kay, visited the Jos. Blonisters and Mrs. Mary Sorensen, Armstrong, Sunday. Mrs. Mary Sorensen is a sister-in-law of "Dick", and Dick is a son of Lars Sorensen. Anita. Rose Kohlhaas, .eldes' daughter of Representative and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, left Tuesday for Rochester, where she has gun'a -course as'Student jiurse &' Sharp lightning, BJinutes. . all within 20 a M»yo hospital. She was gradu ated last June fro.» St. Cecelia's f 9Qf» ^5(t7C LOOK AT THESE Big Values! Nature's Perfect Food, COUNTRY Ifift EGGS, doz. J.OL Shortening Sl'RY, 1-lb. can 19c «H-lb. can „ 49c Vigorous and IViney HUKAR COFFEE 2 1-lb. cans Suit aim Itt'd KIDNEY, MEANS, 5 IG-oz. cans S 22-o/. cans 35c E. S. P. CHERRIES 2 No. 2 cans ION A PEAS, 8 No. 2 cans Some Strike Medium RED SALMON, O/7 „ 2 No. 1 cans Oi I/ IONA CORN, 4 No. 2 c-ans __. CRACKERS, 2 Ib. cuddy — CRISCO or SPRY, 8 Ib. can ..._' LAUD, 4 H»s. HADDOCK FILLETS, Ib. Northern TISSUE, roll _. Toilet IQft LUX SOAP, 8 cakes J- OC Health Soap 1 Q ft LIFEBUOY, 8 cakes -t O C Lux FLAKES, 5-oz. pkg. . 9c 12-oz. pkg. 21c RINSO, 2-oz. pkg. Sc 22^-oz. pkg. - 21c Texas Seedless . GRAPEFRUIT, Bag of 50 OR ANGES—California, Size 220, Box $3.08 % Box $1.55 Just Outs February Issue of WOMAN'S DA¥ — 2c COPY A&P Food Stores Owned Wfl Operated by Tbe Great Atlantic ami Pacific Tea Company. tore Algona FREE DELIVERY Phone 355 Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday size 2 for iSc CATSUP, Coral 14-oz. ___2 bottles 21c PEANUT BUTTEK, Carol 2-lb. jar 2',c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE __No. 2 can lOc AiMflCOATS 18-k No. 2i/, in syrup 23c CHERRIES, red pitted _No. 2 can 17c . PEACHES 18-k, livy syrup 2}£ can 23c PEARS, 18-k syrup. __No. 2^ can 23c TOMATOES, red ripe No. 2, 3 cans 25c all flavors genuine Jell-O j > pkg 4c RED BEANS, IGA No. 2 __3 cans,25c Red KID. BEANS IGA No. 2, 2 cans 19c POTATOES, Dulany Irish No. 2 __10c TOMATO SOUP, IGA 3 cans 19c PANCAKE FLOUR, IGA _3}£ Ibs. 19c COCOA, Muchmore 2 Ib. box 15c Cane & Map. Syrup 18-k 22-oz. jug 25c PEACHES, fancy dried 2 Ibs. 25e Purple Plums Silver Falls No. 2| cans lOc PRUNES, Irg. California 3 Ibs. 21c Dried Mixed Fruit Compote 2 Ibs. 25c RAISINS, Thompson s'dless 2 Ibs. loc SALTED PEANUTS, fresh Ib. 12c POP CORN, Jap hulless 2 Ibs. 15c PUMPKIN, 18-k No. 2 cans 9c RICE, fancy Blue Rose 3 Ibs. 15c MACARONI, fresh 2 Ib. box 15c Pancake Floor IGA high grade 5 Ib. bag 25c OATMEAL, quick or reg. 5 11). bag 25c CREAM CEREAL, IGA__ 5 Ib. Ibag 25c COFFEE, Blue G Ib. 23c COFFEE, Red A Ib. 18c COFFEE, Brown Betty 2 Ibs. 49c SPAGHETTI, fresh 2 Ib. bag 15c COOKIES, plain-fancy mix. Ib. bag 19c CORN, No. 2 good quality ___3 for 25c Coffee Red A Store ground for Freshness 2 pounds 35c Phone your order Friday evening for early Saturday delivery. Orders taken up 1511 9 p. in. With every phone order Friday night, either town or country, ive will include a 5c candy bar FREE. SOAP, P & G 10 giant bars 39c KETCHUP, Heinz ___large bottle 19c FLOUR, Omar 49-lb. bag $1.79 COFFEE, Butternut 2 Ibs. 51c Heinz Baby Food, all kinds 3 for 25c GRAPEFRUIT, med. size doz. 29c ORANGES, good size doz. 23c LETTUCE, large heads 2 for 13c CARROTS, fresh large bunch 6c POTATOES, Cobbler pk. 22c CELERY, good size lOc and 15c BANANAS, bright fruit 4 Ibs. 25c APPLES, Roman Beauty ___bu. $1.29 Qualify MEATS Cleanliness SMOKED HAMS whole or half, Ib. 21c SPARE RIBS Ib. 13c T-BONE STEAKS Ib. 19c PURE LARD 2 Ibs. 21c VEAL ROAST Ib. 17c ROUND STEAK Ib. 23c BEEF ROUNDS Ib. 17c l-'AXCY BEEF ROAST Ib. 15c Your STANDARD OIL DEALER wants you to TRY this new Gasoline fo>- QUICK.STARTS ^IMGMILEAGE,,, Get Some Today! I \ Super-Service Specialized Lubrication Crankcase Flushing Motorola Car Radios Goodyear Batteries Greasing and Washing Standard Oil and dai Brake Service

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