Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1938 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1938
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KOSSttTH flOttNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA Dakotans Move to Wesley Kossuth county are longer than shorter? Get your new 1937 plat book at the Advance office. It shows. Only $3 plus tax. Caali with mall orders. <** GEO, SEABERGS ON THE PETER SEABERG FARM Charles City, visited the latter'B parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goetz. Harold Hanson has returned to hia mother Mrs. N. B. Hanson's here. Since the holidays he had been with his sister, Mrs. Carl Fritz, Mapleton, Minn. The Congregational Bible Study group met Tuesday at Ole Flom's. Last week's meeting was at Swen Nelson's. The Rev. O. Johnson is leader. Wesley, Mar. 2—The George Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester and Seabergs and Mrs. Seaberg's sis- Mrs. William Hutchinson drove to ter, a Miss Muckleberry, late of- p or t Dodge Monday. Mrs. Hutchin- Clark, S. D,, are now at the farm son remained there for a few days vacated by the Tony Venteichers, W uh a daughter, who have moved to Osage. The The George Fox family has mov- farm was recently bought by Pet- e d to a farm near Kanawha, and er Seabery, north of town, and the place they vacated north of George Is his nephew. Miss Muck- town will he farmed by Vincent leberry is here only for a visit. Eisenbacher. All were guests at Peter and Marie The Willing Workers Circle of Seaberg's over the week-end, ex- the Methodist Aid had good pa, „ ...i.- _-4..™«,i to Uronage at a, bake sale Saturday his painting and decorating busi- Slenzels a farm cept Geroge, who returned Clark Saturday for more of farming equipment. He had ready brought down one load. ness. Farewell for the Stcnzels- About 30 neighbors surprised the Louis Stenzels Friday evening for a farewell party. The ' are moving March 1 to owned by Mr. Stenzel'.s father near Swea City. The evening was spent at visiting and BOO, and lunch was served at a late hour. College Students for Week-End Several Dubuque university students spent the week-end here with their respective families. They were Fern Lewis, Mr. and | Mrs. Tobe Loats, Harold Geerdes and Norman Frerking. All re-1 turned to Dubuque Sunday. Temple Picture Draws Crowds— Mr. Westerlund, late manager of the Lakota theater, put on a 3-day ITTING THE STYLE BULLS-EYE SPRING his Ut the Kraus store, al-1 exceeded $11. Mrs. R. B. Hopkins. The receipts showing of the picture Died!, star Mr. and Mrs. Carles Price, who , . . Two Anniversaries Celebrated — had rooms at J. L. Studer's a f ew . . Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson en- months, have moved ertained Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Turner's. to Robert • ;«the most «rt of surface thancoBcrete.thecostavetages "" itenlitt:*! ; ^fldi^p*i|w«fft 3 Vi times as great—although ^^t"^nHc^&^l.''^K : ! ' concrete in general carried ^irstatemwijt is 'proved by the heaviest volume of traffic. -^ptfiiirerlrbm the ^^ ^ ^ Concrete gives the greatest M nere s wan WCY 9uuwi load-carrying capacity per '^^intio'&olncecost*''for dollar of cost. It is the safest sf fr eteaver*«eonl7$lp3.17 road-non-skid, highly visi- I*|n11e peVyearlFor tie next ble; And it saves large sums on BB^st paving material the cost maintenance. All good reasons ' 'Hmqst double that of con- why your new roads should be ""MAndforillsurfacesother concrete; 5 ^^•^SJfeifV-':'!;"^ oncr«U 1*IliiilUol low-cost Road and IOWA NIIDI " "lh« Reads that Carry the Loads and and reconstruction costs. ' >RTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION ring Shirley Temple Hersholt, before full and Jean houses Fri- . . . Skow and the Skow son Joseph at Mrs. Wallace Benton will enter- SttOW allu. Lilt! Oivu w own uvocp". **». iViio, TV c*n«.v^ jj«».« Sunday evening dinner, the oceas- tain the Methodist Aid this week on being wedding anniversaries. Wednesday. Mrs. Theron Hanson The Larsons were married 11 will entertain the W. F. M. S. * ri- years ago February 24, and the day. . Skows had been married 27 years 'The Tom Nelsons, Clear IXIKO, on the 23rd. The Larsons havei s p e nt Sunday with Toms parents, one son, Arvin, in the 5th grade Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson, of the local public schools, and the The Sermana and the Materns Skows have a daughter Fidelia h ave word that John Sherman is who attends junior college at Wai- critically sick at Williams, dorf c'ollege, Forest City. Doctor Hill, optometrist at Stan— „ . hope, spent the ^Yeek-end with lo- Jacobs-Tabbs Family Reunion— cal friends. Forty-seven relatives of the Ja-| Tne BdWi Wolfes have moved to cobs-Tabbs clan gathered at the Legion hall, Corwlth, .Sunday, for reunion and to honor Peter Jac- bs, who was 60. From here at- ending were Mrs. Tillie Loebig, her children, and her guest, Julia Jacobs, Chicago. Miss Jacobs left Corwith for Garner to visit other relatives, and thence was to go to Dougherty, whence she was to return to Chicago. She Is a regis- ;ered nurse. Surprise for Mrs. Fox- Mrs. Lizzie Fox was taken by surprise Sunday evening, when a new location near Burt. MORE BOOKS FOR LAKOTA'S TOWN LIBRARY Lakota, Top Coat Days , ;Are Just Around the Corner s , her children here arrived, bringing books were Lolling, Mr. and Mrs. George Fox, and Lawrence and Otto Fox. There are two other children, Mrs. Fred iSchroeder and Samuel Fox, Wal- 'nut, 111. Special Services at Churches— Special services will be held at the Methodist church this week .Wednesday night, and afterwards la radio service over a nation-wide hook-up will be heard. St. Joseph's church will observe Ash Wednesday with a special service at 8 a. m. There will be special . king left Monday for where they met their Don't be caught napping. Send your top-coat now for our skillful cleaning and pressing and have it ready. services every Friday morning during Lent. Twelve to J,. L. Bally- Donald and Charles Kraus, Vic tor Mullin, Junior and John Bot Hill; Eternal Deep, Basset; The Jigh Courage, Jackson Gregory; Gems on the Rio Grande, Bennett; Murder Could Not Kill, Baxter; The Outcast of Lazy's, Ell Colter. Frerking Daughter at Bochesler— The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frer- Rochester, W llClt; L140J iiiww U T,r ' Mrs. Gerald Ukena, the Rev. Mr. Ukena, and the Ukena son, who came from Jesup. Mrs. Ukena is again going through the Mayo clinic. «ihe grandson accompanied his grandparent* home Mon- Chris Anderson Mr. Lindeman, accompanied the Frerklngs to Rochester, and Mrs. Andersoa is day, Saturday, and Sunday nights. | Kay Uertzke Changes Jobs Ray Hertzke, who had worked I at the E. J. Woodworth drug store for several years, resigned recently* and has begun work at the| Thaves Sisters grocery. H. S. Pupils Plan Play— The high school students will present the play "Cyclone Sally" soon. This is a .royalty play and is considered of high quality. Other Lakotn News. R. Edwards, of Minnesota, with his brother Jack and their niece, Betty, of Lakota, drove to Rochester Sunday to visit the boys' mother, Mrs. George Edward, who is in a Mayo hospital there. The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton, and Mrs. Emma Smith attended a laymen's meeting at the Methodist church at Thompson Sunday afternoon. •Mary Elaine Smith went to F. G. Torine's, near Swea City, early Monday morning to help Mrs. Torine two weeks while. the Torines are moving. Irvin Koppen spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L.. Koppen. He is helping the F. G. Torines, south of Swea City, with moving. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis visited last week Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Merrill • Spring's here—with ne.w **" styles--new fabric ideas— new patterns—new colors I • In our showing of SPRING- SUITS we score a btillseye; all the new things that you read about in Esquire and fashion journals await your inspection. A bullseye for value too. There's no '' surtax" on fashion; you can be sure of top values at whatever price you choose to pay, NEW SPRING SUITS Sparks, Armstrong. Mrs. Mary Mussman is sick, and her mother, Mrs. F. C. Keister, of Elmore, is caring for her. E. R. Worley, Mason City, was a | business visitor here one day last week. 19 50 24 50 29 50 IT IS DANGEROUS It is Aancrerons to sell a SUBSTITUTE for 666 just to make three or four cents more. Customers are i; lose them and business. 660 is times as much tor jyiumn, jumur mm uuuu. ~-.. Rochester, ana mra. AUUOIOU torn, Ruth Mary Seefeld, Madelin algQ mg thro ugh the clinic. and Donnell Erdmann, Helen Nelson, Agnes Johnson, Jean Johnson, Acorn ci u j, j s Entertained— and the Rev. Arthur Bottom attend- Mrg Jolm E Smith entertained ed a sub-district Epworth League tne Acom clu b members last week • rally at Lu Verne Sunday. Thursday afternoon. Following a WHICH FOUR TOWNSHIPS ZENDER'S "Values Supreme in Clothing for Men and Boys" take care of any repairs or relining. Md^«^«'' : renews spring coats beautifully. . It ffl^iive'miiiwfappearance to your coat. Renewed color HP^Pw&d-the fabric soft . . . and, of course, ""-ighf 4 "^- Three to Conservation Meet— Vee Mullin, son Victor, and A. jam" -= *££££ 6o"raellT"Mrs. M. Lease attended the county con- Uhesta ^ ^ n t .__- eeryation league meeting at Al- AUceJJurray, ^ ° gona Friday night. Vee Is ^Conlra Maria Jeritza, Mrs. O. H. TOan STofSS ^ M^lFSinrThe March 10 meeting NORMAN & PERRY We Deliver RE, ACHE? . „ _Y*t, rheumatic-like foot and leg in*;';tore'•heels, callouses on soles—all are ''nS» a«you°mm^?ate C rdief by removing muicular >5rtUau:Mitoiu .train—the cause of your pain. They maUM to your, feet and «oon reetore the arches jonpj^A Free Foot Te.t will convince you. aJS lll Shoe Co., Algona Warburton. ' night at W. A. Fisher's, The Fisch. ers were guests Sunday at a hirtn- day. dinner at Edward Fillman's, Brltt. Mr. Fillman celebrated a The Frank Conleys, Livermore, were guests Sunday of Franks mother, Mrs. Kate Kennedy. Mr, and Mrs. George Hauptmann, o! Theater Oficil *-— -has purchased the Lakota theater, and he took possession March 1. There are no shows this week, but service will be resumed next week. Mr Westerlund, who had operated the theater a year, will continue ®* ; - 0 W 'Al ttft'lJ March Bedding 1 and Linoleum Specials le. TO ing Igomethlng or of SOB16' j poultry UUP.,, time to adver* * ADVANCE 254 acre- B. rivers, ^to., wttb tbe A4W»ce y. Price, $3 plw / Prices Greatly Reduced for the Next 10 Days on Bedding Linoleum Congoleum Rugs In order to help the March 1st movers, we are offering these lines of merchandise at greatly reduced prices. PAINT and WALL PAPER Largest Stock in Northern Iowa We have the largest and moat complete stock of wallpaper a™* paints ever^carried in a town the size of Algona. We are wholesale and j o b b i n g distributors, selling to dealer, as well as at retail, which enables us to present Pf te ™ I N STOCK that you would normally have to have your dealer send for. Here you can select your pattern and take it with you without delay. — WALL PAPER LINES- Birge Strahan Atlas Mayflower Henry Bosch FARMERS Farm Paints at Special Prices in Quantity If you plan to puint your barn or oilier farm buildings this year be certain that you come in and see our special offerings in Pratt & larabert bam and farm paints, Ouii line of paints is strictly quality, but at a price that equals what you would hare to pay for cheap paint. Your buSJgs are Taluabl^protect them with paint. We supply insurance and other companies owning several farms with their paint and wallpaper needs on the basis of quality and price, ¥ou too can have, the adrantage by buying at this exclusive paint and wallpaper store, Foster Furniture Co. Cowan PHONE 275 Wholesale-Retail Co. ALGONA

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