Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1938 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1938
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] NEW BOOKS i, Feb. 22-i-T'wenty new »r children 1 have, been ad- be local library, as fol- noky Moon and tinder the Glim True, ,K6y Sneil; Annj Johnny. GrUelle! Mc- Katherltie AdAnis; The Ti» Walks A16n«,' Conatance the ( Shawl WJth.the Sll- s', Noodle, MUttro; Leaf; nd the Twins,'Helen Ban, When Oraney 1 Was a irl, Searing! The, jDlsap- of Ann Shaw, Seaman; fig Squad, Wallace; When i Very Young and Now We A. A. Milne} For the Hon- 3 School, Bflrbour, Ferdi- mro LeW; Oiatai Otto and lea, William Jein du Bois; He 1*tirtle,vParker> Handy tUm; Dafactrig Cloud, Mary Entelrbilned— atid. Mrs. >etland; were hostesses to byterlart 1 Missionary socl- week Thunday afternoon, good-shed 'attendance. At ' sleeted: president, Mrs. I. B»niS; ? ^lce;S;Mra. : '. Jerry ; aecreUy-trettirarer, Mrs. ,"'•• '/ivTlSli,; r iv-.prtfgram- was 1th Blest Be the Tie That id:;Mrfc;i'yfc?lD.'! Y ;Ley had f, devotions, Mr«. . Wort- th«V'tjtady»dfrtlier; mission a MoslenvWorld. fc .:• GOOD HOPE NEWS The Rev. Allen H. Wood Is sick with an intestinal infection. He 1ms been ordered to bed for a few days, but it Is expected that he will be n/ble to conduct services next Sunday. Mrs. Edw. Maddln, Amiret, Minnesota, has been a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Harris Wadaworth, two weeks. Mrs. George Gross, Ames, formerly Mabel Guatafson, Is at the Methodist hospital, Room 18, Des Molnes, for an operation for removal of a, goiter. She took treatments many months in an unsuccessful effort to avoid an operation. Mr. and Mrs. William Rath went to Lu Verne Monday to help the Harvey Raths butcher. Mesdames James Wadsworth, Lone Rock, Edw. Madden, Amiret, Mlnh., with Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth, Lono Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, were dinner guests- at R. P. Haw- ott's Sunday. Mrs. Lyle Morris, Northport, Is expected Friday via bus for a visit with with her father here, C. L. Dlttmer, and other local relatives. Mr. Dlttmer continues in improved condition, after a recent acute illness, but Is still In fragile health. Lawrence and Arle Dittmer, with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dlttmer, were at Spencer Sunday to call on their aunt, Phoebe Morgan, who has sufficiently recovered from a serious sickness of several months to be again up and around. A most entertaining social occasion was that of Friday evening at the Good Hope community room, when the Y. P. S. S. class which Mrs. Allen Wood teaches, was guest of the O. U. R. class, Marguerite Gardner, teacher, as sequel to closely-won Sunday school contest. Thirty were in attendance, and the evening was spent at games. Fruit salad, cake, and ice cream were served. . KOSSTJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Fenton SWEA MAKE VISIT AT UITHERANHOME lt> Wedneaday ' . thatlinight talked" . and about 'four ffi. this ;* vicinity, light n an d cake Swea City, Feb. 22— Mr«. Raymond Swanson drove to Stanton last week Wednesday to attend a board meeting of the Iowa Lutheran Children's Home. She is an advisory member. This institution is /a mile from town- on a 240 acre farm. There are three buildings:,' the main ,building, in which are • the heating plant, laundry, kitchen, dining room, and offices; and two cottages for boys and the girls respectively. There are 26 children at the home at present, the lowest in years. Only two are from Lutheran homes. The others are from broken homes placed there by the courts in various counties. The religious training is of course Lutheran, and the children must attend the Lutheran school at the church at Stanton. The larger boys help with the farm work, under direction of the manager. Mrs. Swanson was accompanied by Mrs. J. J. Anderson, Mra. Ama Larson, and Mrs. C. O. Peterson. Birthdays Are Celebrated- Mrs. Amie Larson entertained at a family party Sunday. It was "birthday week" for thiB family of the late Mrs. S. M. Johnson. Between'February 17 and February 22 there are four birthdays, also the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berggren. The guests were the Charles Landines, Sherburn, Minn., and the Myron Johnsons, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berggren, and Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, of "Anderson's Oaks". , A birthday cake was baked by :|of|S'a> -music jMrs. Oscar Berggren, and the ) relatives/ Saturday in "birthday krans" was baked by hl*|12thl:Slir1ttiday. He is the hostess. The "krans" is a rich erested' in- miwlc, and is i bread braided and made into a good piano player. The roll, a traditional Swedish family 1 ""'""- - ' birthday delicacy. Farewell for Two Families— A farewell dinner was given for the Ray Lord and Gus Torino families at the Methodist church Sunday after the morning service. The Lords are moving to the Iowa he mow lay where It fell lizzard followed. We have snowAhere tojdate than north 'Iowa;areas. Meat and starling* lhave been •l_;>*J' ! '"-ii 1 .!! T «« .I;-'-V* 1"" "•.'<-' <••' Wes all-winter. y* Ennens were entertaln- Nick week. were served Ennens Lone last Clifford Knutsons will tJ^;iarnt|:i«wMted\ by the ] jySf'^ ' 1 Mrs. Samuel ; Warburton The the cnurchtlnThonor of Wil- enter- music, Falls vicinity, and the Torlnes.to a farm in Plum Creek township/ Oil Company Holds Meeting— The annual meeting of the Citizens Service Oil company, was held lost week Wednesday. All out going officers were reelected. Dinner was served at noon at the Methodist church. . in one ten arid four teeth brok- accident between here i Cityi la*t, week Wednes, when three T cars crasli- l Mulverhill, another pos- uffered^a'cut from fore- tis chiniWhlclit xook 30 Party- Inter- had a even- at games em Bibjefj&tto. Gertrude is superintendent of this 's; Vance Les- g ibelped her Ex.Snperrlsor's Wife Sick- Mrs. Olaf Pearson was coafined lo her room last week with heart trouble. Other Swea City. iMdrjorie Berggren spent the week-end with her iparents, -Mr. and Mrs. William Barger. She is one,',pf the successful teachers in Plum Creek!/ The instructors meeting for the O. E. S. has been postponed because of the sickness of Mrs. S. P. Eckholm, worthy matron. Charles Weiner, Tama, spent Friday and Saturday at the Roy Chrlschllles home. He is a cousin of Mrs. Chrlschilles. The Melvin Mansagcrs were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mrs. Mansager's sister, Mrs. Clyde Brooks, Iowa Falls. Frances Hendrlckson, of Rlng- sted, spent Sunday at Elmer Wei&- brod's. Visitors at Herman Struecker's Sunday were "Bill" Lauck, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johanneson, of Bancroft, and Harold Neilson, Ringsted. School was resumed Monday In No. 6, two miles west of Fenton, after a week's vacation because of the death of the teacher, Miss Gorthe death of the teacher Miss Gordon's father, Carl Gordon. The Clifford Wallaces, Forest ity, were Sunday dinner. guests at the parental John Wallace's, and in the evening were at Clifford's brother Maurice's. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wlddel entertained the evening bridge club Friday evening. Mrs. Ernest Ruske and Dr. J. A. Mueller won the high scores. Ardls Volgt, Tltonka, and Frances Bailey, Britt teachers, spent the week-end with their parents, Mrs. .Carrie Voigt and Frank Bailey respectively. Mr.' and Mrs. John Planting became parents of a new son Saturday. They have two other children, a son and a daughter. Mrs. W. J. Welabrod attended a county council of Christian education at the Presbyterian church, Algona, Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs.;G. B. Stevens went to Boone Sunday for the day w.ith their son Jack, and Alice Glaus accompanied them. The Jos. Maddens were guests at Albin Nelson's Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Nelson's birthday anniversary. Household Goods Sale Monday, February 28 Time—1 o'clock sharp Location—€orner of McGregor and Wooster streets, 2 blocks east of high school 8 piece dining suite, china closet, davenport and chair, 2 end tables, library table, 4 small tables, lamps, 2 large rugs, small rug, 2 radios, occasional chair, rockers, odd chairs, 3 beds, 2 dressers, vanity, linen cupboard, hall tree, umbrella stand, vacuum cleaner, porch swing, gasoline stove, 2 ice boxes, fruit cabinet, kitchen table, garden tools, fruit jars, dishes, cooking utensils, genuine mohair davenport and chair set, carpet sweeper, .3,2 Winchester repeating rifle, household scales, and other articles too numerous to mention. A. H. Stock, Owner C. O. Riddle & Son, Auctioneer Party Ji Che i-Heetland'had a birthday ttrsday evening when 15 to'''help her cele- * --.«-* Qi vis- i Mes- host- a meeting iBors at Alfor ap- >hip road $jj|icoln town" gravel i and Ined— ,u, Alton Trasamar of the [(.ball teama t the games Fri- Sict— '^chlssel came ' ft days with ,t Minneapo- Schissel is id is in ser- non—• had charge jig service at Irian church the local Again— ard was hospital at |jut will go ijd operation. fat }, who was 'Rochester 11 under ob,. Thaves were glon Auxiliary B15R STAMPS Stamp pade. worts, fair Quick fitf FEBRUARY Furniture Sale Big Surprise Bargains for You Car Load of new LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM and Bedroom Suites Just Arrived Monday! We ^re placing as many of these new suites on our floor as room will allow us. if Rugs and Linoleum New patterns in Bigelow carpeting and rugs, bought at the Chicago Furniture Market, are now arriving. New Print and Inlaid Linoleum Just unpacked All carry February Sale Prices. USED FURNITURE DEPARTMENT We> hare lots of used Furniture taken in on pew. If you can use a suite or an odd piece, we have Beal Bargains. Beds and Bedding Simmons bed, Spring Cotton Mattress $ 14.75 Special February Prices on all Spring ' Filled Mattress* and saye * tlu they Form for Sale Bill and Advertisement 1— It is customary to start out with some reason for holding the sale, such as "As I am about to quit farm- Ing and move to town." Give your reason here: 2-<Jive the distance from such towns as you want to mention to your farm, northwest of Algona"—say, "Four miles west and one mile north of Algona") (Do not say "Five miles 3—<Jive day and date of sale. 4—Give hour when sale is to begin 5—What about lunch, if any? 6-How many horses? Describe each animal, with weight and age, and if you have any outstanding horses or teams give particulars COW8, away n,,f out. 8—How many hogs? Do as you did with the cattle. If you (were looking for hogs and saw a bill or ad of Let the printer sweat if yours is a long bill—the prteTwiUbe the same anyhow 9—Sheep, mules, or other stock?. 10—Chickens, ducks, geese, etc.?. 11—Which do you want to come first—horses, cattle, or hogs? 12-Farm machinery. Give make and condition. Make a complete list. In these automobile days a grindstone may fetch a buyer ten miles away 13—Miscellaneous 14—See your banker, get the terms, and set them out here. How many months? 15—How many bills do you want? (The usual number is 100) 16—How large an ad do you want? (The usual size is one-fourth page)>^ _„_ '"*"*? or , der wai * for 10 ° 12x18 blll <> «* ^ quarter page ad. That requires setting the type once for mended for sale where considerable property Is to be sold. arrangement is not recom- 17—Your name. ^8—Auctioneer 19—Clerk no sale i see to it that your advertisement is run in the your trading point, whereas the Advance i the soutb 16 townships of the county. In CI1? whore W the south line of the county and an ad to a local shop, ft few miles from „,..„,_,^_. every farm home in nothing of traveling ?0 to 80 miles expense of an adTOr^Bwwt In too 44- m

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