Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1938 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1938
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, JPAGE POtJR KOSSUTH COUNTt ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA (TORE! YOUR FRIEND AT MEAL TIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11 AIO) 12. Enjoy Shopping Enjoy the innxiiniiin benefits from self-serve, cash and carry shopping at conveniently arranged, well stocked Council Oak Stores. Everyday low prices on every Jtcm. We call your attention to the Tery special values for tills week-end. Fresh Pork Cold snappy weather and onr special price of 12*6 c per pound suggests the purchase of a good big fresh pork roast. A lean slice of fresh pork to fry at 15c per pound. The mention of pork steak and pancakes for breakfast carries real appetite appeal. Beef Roasts A choice array of fancy shoulder roasts on display at Council Oak. A roast that exactly meets your requirements at 12};> c loc. and l"c per Ib. Pickerel Ronnd Pickerel weighing from 2 to 3 Ibs. at only 8c per Ib. Nice size to pan fry, broil, steam, or to bake with dressing. Fresh Ground Pure Beef, 2 pounds 25c Fresh Beef to Boil, pound __llc Big Bologna, pound 14c Ring Bologna, pound 14c Ring Liver Sausage, pound 16c Tomatoes There is real satisfaction In opening the can and finding it Ht f e .'° P ^'/Vr^ 5 '' ml rl " e tomn t«cs. .lust such tomatoes at Council Oak his week-end priced at 8c for the No. •« ('JUT* Blackberries The fanciest blackberries grownin America packed in their own juice. Excellent berries for sauce and pie. The No. 10 can at a special prcie of 5Sc. Sweet Prunes Medium ske sweet prunes that require but little sugar. These nice meaty prunes are most desirable for sauce™ pie fruit. Buy a supply for the winter at our special price. A 4-lb. bag for 22c and the original 25-lb. box for $1.24. Swedish Rye Bread Maybe you don't care especially for ordinary rye bread If so, we suggest you try Swedish Rye made by an original CrancU Oafc ™ S "^ flnffy brcad sold »*** »* PASTOR WILL PLANT SEED CORN HE WON Corwith, Feb. 8—The Rev. Karl W. O. Hlller, pastor of the Methodist church, was one of the lucky winners of a 10-lb. sack of hybrid seed corn cit the Mulllns Seed Co anniversary party. Mr. Hlller has had several offers of ground on which to plant his corn, and declares he Is going to plant It. Possibly he plans on practicing up on husking In his corn field before entering another minister corn-husking contest next fall. Albanian's Granddaughter Sick- Little Meredith Applegate, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegato, Burt, has been seriously sick with pneumonia at Ernest Applegate's in Fail-view. Mrs. Applegate and three children came for a visit at the local Ap- Twenty Years Ago plegate home, after release from scarlet fever quarantine nt their Navy Beans Home Baked Beans is a popular dish. The same can be said of bean soup. A big bean crop of excellent quality makes Lemon Cookies i^ g °^ n i^ m ^. flaTom !, cooIi 7- Avcraffe 30 to the Cocanut Bake more cakes since fresh eggs are most plentiful Lone thread cocounut for cakes, pies, and puddings, in the JS-lb. cello. Iiaj; tor Ifle. "Red Bag" Coffee This sweet smooth flavored, whole berry coffee has a host of ini'iuls. They find that the doliwite flavor of this popular priced coffee exactly suits their taste. Try it at the special price. Pound 17c or 3 Ibs. for 49c. Blue Barrel Soap The soap that does the work of three ordinary cakes It's kind to jour hands. The price is 2 big pound bars for 13c Saturday. Double Dip Matches A' rcu'iilar "Sure Fire" quality match. For this sale we price these dependable matt-lies at 3 boxes for lOc. Haskins w£l Castile Ca ke 4c Delicious Apples Sunkist Oranges Crisp Solid Lettuce Long Shank Celery Extra large extra fancy, Do/on. head stalk 21 c .5c 9c Special Sale 10% DISCOUNT on Typewriters During February new portable Because of our large stock of brand new nn »* typewriters we are making this offer iS Li P I duce our stock. Cash onlv will hi °. rder to re ' discount. y U be acc epted at this Come in now while our stock is complete. I. G. DEWEL AT THE ADVANCE OFFICE ^^*»^^!^SI Pay Your Subscription Promptly I^E^MffiE^i^fiPS^snri^iKs^r^^c^^^™.^..^' r**J home at Burt. Mrs. Henry Potter, Algona, mother of Mrs. Applegato, ia.8 been assisting in care of Meredith. The Burt Applegates expect o go home this week-end. Mrs. Foley to Wyoming— Mrs. Amy Foley left Tuesday of ast week for Torrington, Wyo., 'or an Indefinite stay with her sis- :er, Mrs. J. M, Havely, who euf- ered fractures of both arms and a leg in a recent auto accident. Doctor Havely was also injured, but not seriously. Rita Fayo Foley will stay at her brother Gene Fo- A SUNDAY PROGRAM at the opera house had had to bo postponed because of the sickness of Governor Harding, who was to speak, However, he had been dated for the coming Sunday, when 'a large service flag was to be presented to the city of Algona by the Catholic girls club. A. Mrs. Stobard, noted Red Cross speaker, was also dated, and one Captain McQueen, a Canadian officer who had been wounded dn battle, were to come at later dates. * * * * THE STATE FUEL administration had sponsored a meeting of business men, and the following open-for-business hours had been adopted: grocery stores, 7:30 to 5:30; dry goods and clothing stores, 8:30 to 5:30; pool halls, 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. * * * * WOMEN EMPLOYES at the court house had been incensed bj a paragraph In advertising sen out by the Font Dodge Messenger concerning wagging tongues vs the shortage of knitted goods for the soldiers. A lOc bag of candy apiece did not serve as a peace offering and a $5 bill sent by the attorney. * * * * SEED CORN was scarce, . nnd Governor Harding had appointed one man In every school district In the state to take a census of the situation, and help farmers get seed for spring planting. * * * * THE ALGONA creamery had railway a two ley's till the end of the school year. Wesley B. B. Player Hurt— The junior high school basketball team from Wesley came lost week Thursday afternoon to battle it out with the junior high team at Corwith, and Corwith defeated the visiting team. In the game one of the players from Wesley fell in such a way that both bones were broken in one of his legs, and he was taken to a hospital at Algona. Moving Time at Corwith— The C. B. Robinsons are moving .his week to a house vacated by tfr. and Mrs. Verle Scribner, who lave moved to Lu Verne. Mr. and VIrs. Carl Dahltnan are moving to he house vacated by the Robinsons, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stephens are moving to the rooms vacated by the Dallmans. Voman Occupies Pulpit— During the absence of the Rev. Ir. Killer from his Methodist pul- )it Sunday morning Mrs. Jeunie . Sawyer supplied. Preliminary services were conducted by Frank Clapsaddle, and the choir furnished special music under direction of Mrs. J. Worth Miller. Messenger was turned over to the Red Cross. A CHINAMAN* who ran a laundry next south of the Advance shop had died the summer bcforo at San Francisco, and a son who accompanied him there was returning to help a brother operate the laundry. * * * * THE BAPTIST CHURCH had held a special meeting for a service flag, and 15 stars were pinned on It, three of them by Louis Eike for his three sons. One other was for Ralph Messett, who joined the Canadian army and had been killed In action. * * * * C. S. JOHNSON had bought his found it difficult to get cars to ship butter and _ weeks supply was on hand. NEW FIXTURE*S* and intoiior marble for the Kossuth County State bank had arrived and were being installed. The bnn/'c hoped to be In its remodeled quarters by March 1. UNNATURLIZED German aliens were required to register with local postmasters and Postmaster I. M. Fjnnell had received the necessary blanks. Three pictures were required. * * * * COL. R. H. SPENCER had announced his Intention to run for sheriff on the republican ticket at the age of 77. * * * * A LETTER had been received here from a friend of Mrs. Paul Wille in the engineering corps in France. He wrote of escaping injury from a German gas bomb, though he got enough of it to spoil the taste of clgarets the day af- ';er. * * * * A BIG DRIVE on was to sell more of the War Savings stamps, and committees had been appointed to sell them in Algona. Thrift stamps costing only 25 cents :ould be converted into ?5 War Savings stamps. * * * * LEO DAILEY and a chum from Spencer had written from the Ha- vaiian Islands that they had won promotion to the signal corps of he aviation unit of the army and the Rev. and Mrs. Profiting Saturday at ft dinner Jn honor of the birthday of the son Virgil, student in the University of Dubuque. Other Lakotit News. Norman Frerklng came home from Dubuque Friday, and /Sa,Ur- day drove to Josup, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. 0. H. Frerking, to visit the Rev. nnd MFE. Gerald Ukena till Sunci.'iy morning, when the Lakotaiw drove cu to Morrison and Lincoln, where Norman has a charge. Mrs. Frer- klng sang at his services. The Rev. Mr. Frerklng drove to Mason City Sunday to bring Mrs. Frer- klng home. Mr. Frerklng was accompanied to Mason City by Virgil Smith and Ruth Berschman, who were en route to Dubuque, and by Lena Gutknecnt, who had a weekend with her' parents hero. The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frer- klng spent last week Tuesday at a ministerial meeting at Lu Verne and while there called on the Rev. Mr. Nelson and his family. Mr. Nelson was formerly Methodist pastor here and at Ledyard. Mrs. John Steenhard, who Is in a hospital at Albert Lea, had an _, operation Thursday and is report- ,<| ed doing well. Mr. and Mrs. James AHwegg, of Algona, were Saturday evening visitors in Lakota. Upper Des Molded get mately fotff times the 'circulation provided by fthy other medium. The newspapers are circulated through out the county, not just out of the WANT AND FOR SALE OR Trade ads In either the Advance of the present location that week and|expeced to be transferred to was remodeling a building for a France. * * * * HAROLD COGSWELL, Tltonka boy with the flying corps at San Antonio, Tex., had been on duty under a bolloon which floated over the border Into Mexico 60 miles. The balloon descended in Mexico and the Americans were imprisioned, but Mexcan soldiers released them and took them back to the border. plumbing and hardware shop. COUNTY ATTORNEY S. D; Quarton had been called upon by the war depratment to take charge of county organization work in Iowa in a War Savings campaign. He was to be at Des Moines for a month or six weeks and during his absence his father, Judge Quarton, was to be acting county H. W. POST Hrny and Transfer STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kind*. equipped to do all kind* of hauling and draying. PHONE 208 Algona, I<m* February Sp WEEK NUMBEl The response to our last week' s ial was qiiick and dramatic. Thrifty buyers welcomed the to save money in. chunks. The Hub gives you opportunity \ v Lies like these make new friends daily ity goods... all far lower in - -' ' • be bought elsewhere. 'CC1S Men's Melton OVERCOATS all wool half belt models, all sizes 7 W\ $12.85 quality _ ' •°« l AH men's $24.50 blue or grey caricurl Overcoats 16" 4 Topcoats for '5.00 each Independents Win Twice— The Corwith Independent hasket- hall team played a double-hea.de here last week Thursday evening winning both games, 54-28 agains Dows and 49-24 against Kanawha Other Corwith News. The Delta Circle of the Methodist Aid meets with Mrs. Albar Johnson "Wednesday of this week A potluck luncheon will be a feature of the afternoon. The Pair- view Circle will meet with Mrs Edw] Chambers, and a potluck dinner will be served, with husbands of members as guests. John Carlson left last week Friday afternoon for Illinois, call- LAKOTA WOMAN LOSES ELMORE, MINN,, FATHER ed for business purposes. He planned on returning the. middle of this week. Roberta Masterson is substituting for Mr. Carlson at the postoffice during his absence. Home project leaders in Amsterdam and Mager townships met "t Mrs. Fail-field Dean's Saturday for an all-day meeting with their H. D. A,, Florence Follinger, of Garner. The lesson was on quilts, coverlets, and linens. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merriam, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson, Mrs. Albert Nelson, the latter's sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schubert attended a luncheon and business meeting of the Wesley creamery Saturday. The Albert Merriams and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Widen went to St. Benedict last week Thursday evening to attend celebration of the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John Grandjenett. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey, Lu Verne, and the son Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams, son Gary Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mcln- tyre were Sunday evening guests at R. Masterson's. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merriam were at Mason City last week Wednesday and were guests there of their daughter Wilma, student nurse at Mercy hospital. Elsie Hunt, Lu Verne, and Donald Clowse, Renwick, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Harold Evans home. Frances Chambers came from West Bend for the week-end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. 0 Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Studer and William Erdman were Algona visitors Monday afternoon. The Thimble Circle met at the home of Mrs. Lee Williams Friday afternoon. Lakota Feb. 8—Many friends of the Harry Alussmans drove to Elmore Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mussman's father, Frank C. Keister, who died suddenly • —.««. U**UU^AA1J 1U.5L Thursday. This was the third death in the Mussman family In less than two weeks. On January 24 the Mussmans attended tne funeral of the father of Mrs. Mussman's sistr-in-law, Mrs. De Vere Keister, at Zumbrota, Minn. Then Mr. Mussman's mother died the same week, and funeral services were held for her Sunday, January iO, at Lakota; while on February i Mrs. Mussman's father was bur- ed in the Elmore cemetery. Mr. Keister, who had a meat market at Elmore, grew up at Goldfield, and he and W. C. Dewel, Advance editor, were schoolmates there. Home Project School Held— The fourth home project train- ng school for Ledyard-Lincoln ownship was held Friday at Mrs. . H. Holcomb's, with 20 women in ttendance. The lesson was on New Ways in Mother-Baby Care, and It proved very interesting. Old- fashioned baby clothes versus new were on exhibit, patterns were cut for any who desired them, and a demonstration on making an improved baby bed was put on by the home demonstration agent. Plans for Achievement day were discussed. Pastor to S. S. Conference— A Sunday school workers' conference was held at Forest City Sunday afternoon and evening. The Rev. Carl Hammer accompanied the George Thompsons, Ledyard, to the conference and reports a splendid meeting. The Rev.' W. G. Muhleman was main speaker, and other talks were given on Sunday school work by people from the sub-district. Pageantry was used to teach how to huip present missions, temperance, etc., m the Sunday school, C. E. Day is Observed- Sunday was World Christian Endeavor day and the young people of the Presbyterian church had charge of the evening services. Edwin Steenhavd, Paul Ukena, Calvin Ukena, Bill Smith, and Mar- garet Schroeder gave short talks, and special music was given. A special offering amounting to S5 was taken up and will be used for Christian education. Fire In Electric Oven— •Mrs. I. E. Wortman turned in a fire alarm at 5 p. m. Saturday, when she found her kitchen full of smoke; but she soon located the fire in the electric stove oven where lard had run over onto the electric unit. She turned off the current, and no damage except smoke in the kitchen resulted. Falls on Icy Steps— Tony Schaper fell on the front steps of his home Saturday and suffered injury to one leg. The -'ce last week-end made walking hazardous. Mrs. Schaper has been sick two months with a severe case of heart trouble. AI) J?u s Famll y leaves lakota— The Edw. Abbas family moved to Titonka Friday. Mr. Abbas was an employe in the Lakota train roundhouse for several years and THE ORIGINAL A NICKLESS I f\~ i__ *• W 15c Men's 25c garters for Men's $3185 all-wool Blue Melton Jackets all sizes zipper 2.98 THE COURTHOUSE REPORTER published by the Advance, gives' liens filed in the county recorder's office. Every business establishment should be a subscriber. tf House Going Up— George Edwards and his son e , ^ uildin s «• house on the lot, west of the Presby- church, which Grant and will occupy M soon as .erian The cigar that Is recommended for excessive smokers, because the nlco- tine, as far as possible, has been removed, making it not only mild, bnt a satisfying smoke. Moderate smokers who enjoy a mild cigar are also enthusiastically in f n . vor of the Nickless. Try a box and no- tlce the difference. Tour dealer can gel it for you. Men's 5-biickle, all rubber overshoes, blk. fleece lined, 1 PA $2.25 values __ - 1 *™ SATURDAY ONLY One Lot Boys' Work Shirts __ Golden fleece double thickness chore glove or mittens i o per pair ______ 1 «5C group of $1.95 and $2.95 Men's Dress Hats * nl th dl 15 Men's 8 n <x>at, vcs llcs I'P to dose out this biSoJ them Mediu work sox, colors, b, brown, natural per pair Leather 65-75e Men's bhorts, elastic sides, per pair. — • . Men's whiteB cloth shirts, collars. . j special __ Men's blanket Jacket, 25% w ed, 8 oz. denim nigw $2.25 value.... T' r » eeu be 1 SATURDAY (P'gfe Men's Spring needle unions.. 1 ? - - 50c for Any Pair of Old HERE'S HOW •n • Bnng your old shoes to our store, allow you 60c off the purchase any dress shoe in our stock Collegian's Birthday Celebrated- The John HUB Small Loans Up to $300 OH AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK 90USEHOLD FUBNITUBE, ETC. Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE 00 lext to U roer De8 Molne(J of|1( ^ rtose 126 ug^ Iows Party AT ACADEMY HALL MONDAY, FEB. 14 8 O'clock CARDS, LUNCHEON, DANCE no Built To Sell for $3.00 ONE WEEK ONLY FEB. 7-12 Solid Gold Point covered with precious inwn--smooth writing iridium tS ?• Truly the greatest pen value we have ever offered. Do not con fuse wjth "bargain" pens having brass, gold-plated points. These pens have Solid Gold points. Hurry while our limited supply lasts. ONLY 3 TO A CUSTOMER STUDENTS! HOUSEWIVES! gOOKKEEPEBS! fi OYS! CURLS! This is your Chance to Get a Good pen at a very small outlay, should ¥ watcb< Borcha

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