Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1938 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

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[Exceptionally So] THE ORIGINAL NICKLESS ! Only 5c 9 The cigar that Is recommended for excessive smokers, .because the nico. tine, as far as possible, has been removed, making it not only ntild. but a satisfying smoke. Moderate smokers who enjoy a mild cigar are also enthusiastically in favor of the Nicldess. Try a box and notice the difference. Tour dealer can get it fur yon. ALIENS, BURT, IN A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION Burt, Mar. 22—.A family reunion was held at the G. C. Alien home Sunday In Honor of the birthday of Edwin Allen. The Edwin Aliens, Swea City, Elmer Kienltzes, Lakota, and Clifford Holdings were present. Isaac Cork, Lisbon, was also a dinner guest. Mr. Cork, nov.- an aged man, liv-il here 35 years ago. The Aliens arc an ol.l family in Burt, G. C.'s parents having lived here many years ago. IVo Celebrate Illrthdays— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson, Litchfleld, Minn., visited fro'n Friday to Sunday with Mr. Anderon's mother, Mrs. Ida Kuchenreu- :her. Mrs. Kuchenreuther was 80 'ears old Sunday and on Saturday fternoon a group of friends gathered at her home to help her celebrate the event. Sunday was also Mrs. A. G. Volentine's birthday and the Volentines had Sunday dinner at the KuchenreutXer home. IT IS DANGEROUS It is dangerous to sell a SUBSTITUTE for 666 just to make three or four cents more. Customers are your best assets; lose them and yon lose your business. G66 is ivortli three or four times as much M a SUBSTITUTE. Ittixed Lawn Grass Seed] IN BULK 30c Ib. Kohlhaas & Spilles Hardware Ex-Burt Folks in Visit- Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Henley, of Heil, N. D., visited at the G. J. F. Vogel borne last Thursday. Mr. Vogel once was employed by Mr. Henley. The Henleys formerly lived here, but moved to North Dakota about 32 years ago. Boy Has Intestinal Flu- Bruce, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding, is seriously ill with an intestinal infection. Children at the H. A. Salisbury and Durward Neitzel homes are also ill with similar ailments. 'smith. Enters Hospital nt Algona- Mrs. Will Gorman was tak&n to an Algona hospital Sunday fc>' treatment. Other Bnrt Jfews. Mrs. Alvin Hunt and daughtei Sarah, -Jtolliver, visited from las Wednesday to Sunday with Mrs Hunt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W H. Scfcwietert. Lorena Schwietert Mason City, also spent the week end at home, and Gladys Lumlej and Glenn Edwards, Hampton spent Sunday at the Schwleter home. Helen Falk and Shirley Bruns Titonka, were dinner guests Saturday at R. A. Bleich's. Alma Boettcher, Fenton, visited here the same day. Marian Blue, Armstrong teacher, spent the week-end with Lenore Bollie. Ray and Paul Isenberger, of Decorah, spent the week-end at the J. O. Isenberger home. The N. M. Godfredsons, Swea City, and the Cecil Godfredsons also spent Sunday at the' Godfredson- home. Marian Bernhard, who is taking a course in beauty, culture at Waterloo, came home Saturday to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bernhard. George Schroeder, Ames student, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, who took him back to Ames Sunday. Vera Chipman, Lois Graham, and Dale Kennedy, who are all em- ployed at Mason City, spent the week-end at their various homes here. Mrs. R. E. Gabriel and two children spent the week-end at the M. M..Chipman home. Mrs. Gabriel and Mrs. Chipman are sisters. The W. E. and G. E. Braces and the S. fl. Straleye, Fenton, wore Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Habeger home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus were dinner guests at the J. P. Stow home Sunday in honor of Mrs. Polhemus's birthday. Mr and Mrs. Emory Brown, Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. Geldner, of Forest City, visited at the M. M Chipman home Sunday. Mrs. Olof Olson, Elmore, and her daughter Barbara visited Sat urday with the former's mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. The U and I Circle meets Wednesday afternoon, March 23, at Mrs. G. E. Brace's. Mrs. Brace is assisting hostess. 'D. L. McDonald went to Minneapolis and brought home his wife and family, who had been visiting relatives there; Doris Butterfield, Delevan, tfinn., spent the week-end with Burt friends and attended the music contest. Mrs. Maude Hanna and Alice lighme visited Sunday afternoon it the Mrs. Tillie Hanna home at ".one Rock. Buttermaker and Mrs. L. E. Roetman will attend a quarterly tate brand meeting at Mason City Thursday. The L. E. Roetmans spent the week-end with Mr. Roetman'e parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Roetman,' of Sanborn. Mrs. John Clement, of Bancroft, and the Charles Clements, Algona, visited Sunday at the H. A. Whitehill home. F. 0. Stow returned Monday from a visit with his,son Orvlllo at Davenport and Lester at Cedar Rapids. Mrs, Delia Carroll will entertain the Golden Rule Sunday school class Thursday afternoon of this week. i The Rev. and Mrs. L. Rlclimann and Mr. and Mrs, George Koestler were Fort Dodge visitors Friday. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet at the F. L. Ryerson home Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Shipler entertained at a BOO party at the Elza Woltz home Tuesday evening. The James Christiansens and Barbara Thompson visited relatives at Ringsted Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson has been confined to her bed by illness the last week. Mrs. Niel Nlelson, Spencer, visited her mother, Mrs. Dora Armstrong, Sunday. James Holding entertained a few school friends at a party Saturday evening. Beada Kollasch, Des Molnes, spent the week-end at home. James Holding is sick with the mumps. BANCROFT CATHOLICS TO HAVEJEW SCHOOL J. C. Mayer, Clarion, the same bidder to whom the contract was recently let for a new Parochial school building and ft rectory at St. Joe, has been awarded a con' tract for ft new parochial school building at Bancroft to cost $8J.- 682, and the electrical contract has been let to John Walsh, Algona. The Bancroft Register says the building will be 104 by 142 and will face west, south of the church. In 'front a section 77 feet wide -will stand out from the rest of the structure. On the first floor will be eight classrooms, two rest rooms, two shower baths, and a gymnasium. 67 by 76. The gymnasium will seat between 300 and 400 persons off the floor. On the second floor Will be two. rooms each seating 76 pupils, -a library, a typing room, two recitation rooms, science hall, principal's office, and a room for pupils who fall sick at school. The 'building will 'be steam-heated and air-conditioned. Eininetsbnrpf Paper Eliminated. In the same way that the Advance and the Upper Des Moines- Republican united in 1918 to eliminate the Algona Courier, the Emmetsburg Democrat and the Re- porter have combined to buy,and discontinue the late Anna Donovan's paper, the Palo Alto une. offic®. meat • •..'••'T' "•'•^•;-- m i~ w * •"»»«'*«w Gl\/C0 ii. SUD|6V|NiNHAROVvWrER MO IT SOAKS OUT DIRT *' WITHOUT SCRUBBING.. - GETS CLOTHES SPARKLING WHITE AND MUCH BRIGHTER" says Christine Sanders, ous home-making expert. "T FIND that the New imprbVed lUiuo gives, 1 cup for cup, over 25% more suds than the old, even in hard.water. iMy;experience with Rinso has proven to me that it soaks out dirt without hard scrubbing or boiling—and that it gets clothes sparkling White and much brighter safely. Everywhere, thrifty housewives tell me they like the New Rinso because it is so economical; a little goes a long way. You can't beat the New Rinso for dishwashing and for general cleaning." ENDORSED BY LEADING Anniversary Observed- Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Elvidge, the Charles Scotts, and R. P. Leasons were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Roy Ringsdorf home in honor of the Ringsdorf wedding anniversary. .Mrs. W. E. Stnhl is 86— Mrs. J. W. Dorrance left for Oak Park, 111., Saturday to spend a few days with her mother, who was S6 years old Saturday. Mrs. Stahl is living with her daughter, Mrs. Sidney Barteau. H. W. POST Dray and Transfer STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling. Every load Insured again* lose and damage of all H twl * Equipped to do all kind*, of hauling and drayinc, PHONE MS Algona, Iwrm Mrs. Chipman Loses Sister- Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Chipman were called to Blythedale, Mo., Saturday by the death of Mrs. Chipman's sister, Mrs. Evans. They returned home the first of the week. IVilbert Baas 20; Party- Richard and Harold Weisfce and Luella Bleich attended a surprise birthday party.at the Albert Baas home for Wilbert Baas Sunday evening celebrating his 20th birthday. Goes Through Mayo Clinic- Mr, and Mrs. George Koestler went to Rochester Monday, and Mrs. Koestler went through the Mayo clinic. Change at Blacksmith Shop-^-; . : .. D, E. Mann has purchased the Schryver .blacksmith shop. He \vill ren,t r ,the. building to a black- THERE THE To Home REFRIGERATOR! name Coolerator denotes .., i &. 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It provide, proper temperature t**||^ *• W*" against the exchanging of food fl» ***«* ^«^*Wfei^iib^.W protec. tion not available in any other type of refrigerator See the New COOLERATOR f" v,.r ' f on the Stage—** our e-. at the K'' . : 'l'' lli .. (f. ^ at the addre.. below. You can .ave a. muctlloO.OO and •ave every day on operating <-b.t.. »*w.w FREE COOKING SCHOOL . ^W^W^MASiER'S' EXCHANGE ••ch .Tu«d.y ..a Thiiriait•.'.•ii^4A,-;;._ , a« m»' -•' ,. j

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