Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1938 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 31, 1938
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PAGE TWO — — Announcement —— .. Change of Location to over James Drug Store Phones: Bus. 133; Res. 174 Dr. C. D. Schaap who know the high , quality and better value to be Y^* . "* the double - teste d—double-*ction K C Baking Powder. It produces delicious bakings of fine texture and large volume. Manufactured by Baking Powder Spedali.t. who make nothing bat Baking Powder - under • •—•»-•»• »«4*ws,Miiuij. Always uni* form - dependable. That Insure. Successful Bakings. Ji^omen who want the best, demand the Economical and Efficient BAKING POWDER Same Price Today as 45 Years Ago 25 ounces for 25c You con also buy 7f full IO ounce can for lOe •** I »*•* 15 ounce can for 15 c FULL PACK-NO SLACK FILLING comes to snds, that's where the New improved Rinso excels. In tub-washing, the New Rinso gives heaps more than the old. Elmo's active suds soak out dirt without scrubbing or boiling—get clothes at least 5 shades whiter. Clothes •washed this faster, safer, no-scrub way last 2 or 5 times longer. In the dishpan, Rinso's energetic suds ioak off the grease in as little as two minutes. All you have to do is rinse—and let the dishes drain dry. New Rinso keeps hands smooth and lovely to look at. Rinso is tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Institute. Get the BIG package at your grocer's today. ° ' TUNE IN QN tlKWS -||fl IQWIC'-faBuria,Bdward G Every Tuesday at 7:00 P. M. (C. S. f.)' over Columbia Network. KOSStTTH COUNTY ADVANCE/ ALGONA. IOWA - - ^^^^^^•''^^•'•^••••••^•^B^M^MBBBI^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^—j^-i^—Z-Z-——-———LIzTT..- - T"^ ' .T^T*-._.. *,T!f.^r V "' A l*»fj * \J f f *» ^'_ __^ .__^ ^^^HJZJlL^ "^ Jfc •*• J •**-l/U\,l (-T Wesley Home Talent Will Stage Three OneActPJ •TlD I r^l^T .O A •• 11 niner Vilcrli • r 1 w /i««u« ui_t. u-.. — »n - ... .. . i . . _ ^ . - ~. «.. «, , i. . •• ,'*, .._. -'• : - ••-=*, OBJECT; GASH FOR A HEALTH PTAJWECT Wesley, Mar. 29—The local P. T. A., to raise funds for a health project for school children, Is sponsoring three one-act plays to be given this week Friday night at the Klcinpeter hall. The plays are: Tiger's Claw, coached by Mabel Kent; Snuce for the Goslings, coached by Agnes Boyer; and Gossip, coached by Editor D. J. Zerbe. Local persons will be characters. Admissions will be 25c and 15c. Wesleyans are loyal patrons of houie-talent stage productions, and a large-and appreciative audience is expected. Ainnlcur Night Is Planned— At a Legion Auxiliary meeting one day last week Mrs. Leo Bleich was hostess, and plans for the am-! ateur night in April were discussed. It was decided to offer prizes of $3, $2, and $1. This will •the fourth annual event of the kind. The next regular Auxiliary neeting will be held April 12 with Mrs. Alfred Erdmann as hostess, uicl In the afternoon of April ' 13 he Auxiliary will meet at Mrs. ,?° ning high; C. W. Goslin, high for men; Editor D. J. Zerbe, travel. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Conner, of Popejoy, with their son Clayton, spent a few hours here Sunday evening, calling on old friends. The Theron Hansons spent the week-end at Washington, Iowa, guests of Mrs. Hanson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elof Johnson. Fred A. Dlekmann Jr., senior nt the American Institute of Business, Des Moines, spent the weekend here with his parents. The Vee Mullins spent Sunday at Emnietsburg with relatives, the Gordon Carpenters. Stanley Smith, Marshalltown, was a week-end guest at Druggist H. J. Braley's. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Engen, Swea City, were week-enders at their son Paul's. Mrs. Alfred Erdmann will entertain her Study club this week Thursday. will feature discussions by leaders in the Sunday schools of the county. The Evangelical Missionary society will serve lunch at the city hall. Sunday School Clnss Party— • The Evangelical Sunday school Comrades class met at the Fritzemeier home last week Wednesday evening, more than 20 attending. Fred Merkle gave a lesson from Corinthians, and Jennie Bram conducted a social hour. ' Lloyd Spooner came for her Sunday. H. G. French was at Mankato from last week Wednesday till Saturday, attending a meeting of Thompson Yard managers. Mrs. Anna Sankey has returned from a visit with a sister at Sioux Falls and plans to live In her house at Irvington. down Monday morning. Fire was spent Sunday with Mrs. Thiele's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William LUVERNE WOMEN FLOCK TO SHOW OF FANCY WORK Lu Verne, Mar. 29—More than lit- Auxiliary win meet at Mrs. i ,;° WOI "en were guests of Anna -lalvor Flora's Jr. home for a car- \ Muri 'ay at her second annual tea let-sewing and radio party, with n her apartment over the Corner Mrs. George Ward as co-hostess. Store Saturday afternoon and evening. There was a large display of fancywork, including beau- HFlllltr n »i1 !J -i i. . Hundreds of Thousands of Women Have Received THE COOK'S BOOK You can gel a copy of this beautifully illustrated book -full of practical, te.ted recipe, that will please you. Mail the certificate from a can of K C Baking PowdVr Addretw JAQUES MFC MOMMY'S SO THRILLED WITH HER NICE NEW WASHIMG MACHINE BUT BILL, THE CLOTHES AREN'T NEARLY A9 WHITE AS I HOPED THEY'D BE-I WONDER WHY? WELL, LET'S FIND OUT WE'LL CALL UP THE SALESMAN .-AND MY WIFE CLAIMS SHE*) CANT GET THE CLOTHES WHITE ENOUGH . THOMAS USES THE NEW RINSO HER CLOTHES WILL COME OUT REAL SNOWY WASHED MY CLOTHES AT LEAST 5 SHADES WHITER THAN ORDINARY SOAPS. AND IT'S A JOY TO SEE HOW BRIGHT IT GETS NEVER SAW SUCH DANDY SUDS BEFORE MOMMY -,- o • ™ E NEW '"PROVED RINSO GIVES OVER 25% MORE SUDS THAN THE OLD- t IN imeesr mm& THE MAKERS OP 33 'nrd Clubs Hold Meetings— The Sunday Night 500 club me t Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward': sunday evening, bringing baskets f food for a 7 o'clock dinner. This ras the last meeting this season lr. and Mrs. John Ormsby, Mason 'Ity, were club guests, and Mr. rmsby won the evening's prize at ards. The Saturday night card club met at Ernest Hutchinson's Saturday evening, and Mrs. Dale Thompson won high for women, Oliver Young for men. W. A. Fischer was low. Flonis Settled in New Home— Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom Jr. are now settled in their new six- room house. The furnishings were moved Thursday, and the Flonis have been living there since. The house is a block north of the Milwaukee depot, across the road from the home of Halvor's parents and it was built by Halvor, his father, and brother, all carpenters, in spare time. Mrs. Rriiley Loses Uncle- Mrs. H. J. Braley and her daughter Ethel drove to Forest City Monday to attend the funeral of an uncle, Carl Robinson, 67, druggist there who died suddenly Friday night at his store. The services were 'held in the Lutheran church. There are two children Katharine and Ralph. Mr. Robinson was a brother of the late Mrs. Emmons, mother of Mrs. Braley. tifully embroidered linens, handmade laces, quilts, handmade rugs etc. There were no prizes, bu there were many exchanges of fancywork ideas. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Leon Miller Renwick, and Mrs. W. B. Murray Lu Verne, presided at the tea tables, and Violet Swager, Mrs Henry Kubly, and Mrs. H. Von- Draska arranged the display. Hard Times Party Given— Mrs. H. .H. Lichty and Mrs. S. R Baker entertained at a hard times Party at the Baker home last week Thursday evening. Decorations, lunch, and prizes were in line with :he party theme. Mrs. D. H Wer- merseu won the prize for most appropriate costume. At four tables of bridge Mrs. Harold Larimer won high; Mrs. Arthur Ramus, travel. Mesdames Bernard Wolf, K. A. Burtis, Paul Phillips, and Wermersen were the table that put on the best stunt. F. I?. Women Plan Exhibit— The Farm Bureau women in Humboldt township, south of Lu Verne, are planning a public exhibit based on a home economic extension course they have studied. This will be for the Humboldt county Achievement day next week Wednesday. Four lessons include unusual vegetable cookery, methods of cooking meats, cost of adequate meals, and modern trend in bread-making. Hoppc Granddaughter Dies— The William Hoppes were called to Minnesota Sunday by news of the death of a 3-year-old granddaughter. Other Ln Verne. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Bakely, son Dana, and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Roeder, all of Boone, were guests of the Fred Merkles Sunday. The Rev. Victor Kollman, Royal, V P"V V and Knopf. The J. J. Jacksons have moved into the William Hardcopf house from the Spooner building. William Miller is sick at his daughter Mrs. Geoge Tiede's. The Curtis Olsens, the Albert Codys, the Ole Oftedahls, and Mrs. Eula Wllllamsen were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulson, who were celebrating a wedding anniversary. Oliver Stoeber, Fenton, stitute junior H. Donald Schultz, who ls Bsthervllle home. »nnd is to Hro m L, Lotts, Creek, Mar 29 German band win Seneca Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Henrlckson, has inflammatory rheumatism. H. 'E. Rogers home and with Mrs. Jennie Levler. — Cornelius, who had been employed at Jens Petersen's, has returned to her home near Depew. Mrs. Alice Duryea, near Irvlng- The Otto Ramus family spent ton> spent part of lnst week wUu Sunday at the daughter Mrs. Mary' ller daughter, Mrs. R. J. Carnp- Marr's, Corwith. Pershing John-I bel1 ' son and Edward L'indebak, stu-' dents in the Forest City junior college, spent the week-end at J. E. Lindebak's. George Van Duesen, Iowa City, was a guest at the Supt. A. C. Evans home Thursday night. The John Brinks visited the Rev. V. V. Schuldts at Garner Sunday afternoon. Philip Henderson, his children, and Mrs. Grant Hender- IS'OTICE OF PRORATE OF No. 4371 State of Iowa, Kossuth county, sa In District Court, March term 1938. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament , „.„..„ ^oiiuc!-|0f J. P. Nickerson, deceased, dated son took Jeannette Henderson to'January 10, 1919, having been this fasten, Minn., and thence she ac- day filed, opened and read, Mou- companied friends to Minneapolis, | day, the 18th day of April, 1938, is WllGrfi Slip is n c-Htrl/nif n *- *u~ -i_i_ c! 1 f i » _ _ « --. vuuu i, v iiii*iiic«<j.lUllE>, where she is a student at the state university. The Archie Sanfords went to Ellsworth Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Sanford's sister-in- law, Mrs. R. E. Kallem. Willard Sanford was a pall-bearer. Mrs. Duane Neal was hostess to the J. J. club Friday at the Lmdebak home. Exc'hange of recipes was the program. Eleven members attended. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Corbln took the letter's brother, Richard Bek- nan, to his home at Alton Sunday, after he had spent a week lere. Mrs. Mae Spooner came from 'ort Dodge last week Thursday for isits. The Maynard Spooners and fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10 o'clock a. m., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 21, 1938. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. SHUMWAY & KELLY,' Attorneys. 27-29 All Spring is here and our new shoes tor men, women, and children are here. Patrica Pat, Hug-tite, Swing Step and other beautiful low shoes have been a'rriv ing all week. All the new shapes and colors. The ladies can find the style and <ii zp they want at Neville's this spring. Sizo* "&. , to 10, widths AAAA to D. For the men we have Nunn-Bush E<] K erton, City Club, W. L. Douglas, and'other high grade lines. These are well-known highly advertised lines and are retailed by the bost stores all over the country. We have them in all the new shapes and colors. Black gray, tony-red, dark tan, and combination of colors. Best of all our low prices saves you $1.50 to $2.00 on each pair. You get the same oxford but you pay less. We never forget the boys and girls Sky-Riders for the boys and Tom-boy for the girls. They are two of the best lines of oxfords shipped into Algona. They are as good as our country produces. We have cheaper oxfords for boys and girls. Shoes to fit any purse. You get what you ask for at Neville's and get it cheaper .than anywhere else in the State of Iowa. Style without extravagance. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN / at- Mr. Have New Bnby— „, Tr ,, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bleich and Dr 1 'l'i > Here Moiini and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer drove to t Mr. and Mrs - Edw - Meyers Mason City Sunday to see Mrs i ended the funeral Sunday of Mr. Thomas E. McMahon and the in- ™ e , yers> father, Charles Meyers, of fant daughter Patricia 4.nn at Belcher, who formerly lived here. Mercy hospital. Mr. McMahon, who is the local furniture dealer and Undertaker, spent the day there. Nurse Here for Vacation- Irene Haynes, registered nurse at the Kossuth hospital, had a ago three-day vacation last week dav with her family here. The five Haynes girls drove to Mason City for the day Friday. The Albert Schlpulls were ca.lled to Renwick Friday by news of the death of-Albert's mother, Mrs Charles Schipull, who had been confined to bed and a wheel chair since she had a stroke three years The funeral was held Mon- Hernmn Meyers Unimproved— Ernest Meyers Sr. and Mrs. Harry Anderson, who had been visi ti»g relatives here, left Mon- E. M. Olson, Ernest Hutchison, dav to visit at Coal Valley, 111., Alfred Nelson, and Edw. Hildman' and from there Mr. Meyers was to spent Saturday at Des Moines in re turn to his home at Chelsea attendance on a statewide meeting Mich., and Mrs. Anderson to her for truck owners. , home at Brattleiboro, Vt. Herman Thrcc^jto Truck Meeting— " " Olson, Ernest Hutchison, 37th Anniversary Sale Long's Food Shop STOKELY WEEK cu " you 37 year . of conti , of fering quality food, at price, that are rf"h t "^ *" t"" he ' d '° *•***' of tomer.. To celebrate our 37th Ann ivelrv ^""T " ° f making $ati ' fied on Stokely'. Fine.t Vegetable.lnd 7™Tt7 S° I y<>U 8PeC ' aI Value ' Prize Vegetable., the Good Hou.ek e e^'<ir/r r Pantry wilh America', ELY'S, the large.t canner. 0? " • Appr ° VaI on -ery label. STOK- canned w here the fi»e.t are Teacliers to FoTtBod.e Meet- . The public schools were closed ed no better. Friday to let Supt. Ravlin and his • teachers attend a North Central ] Rftligioiis Council to Meet Teachers' institute at Fort Dodge, i A meeting of the county council Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacoubek, of Garner, with their two daughters, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs. Frank Wellik and that evening Mrs. Wellik's sister, Mrs. Leo Malecek, with husband and children, were there. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ravlin entertained eight couples at 6 o'clock Sunday evening, and bridge followed, Mrs. John Hutchison wln- | of religious education will be held next Tuesday at the Lu Verne Presbyterian church. A program IT IS DANGEROUS Ft Is dnnirnrons to sell a STJBSTI. TUTE for C66 just to make three or four cents more. Customers are j-our best assets; lose them and yon lose your business. 066 ig worth three or four times as much AS a SUBSTITUTE. IDLE HOUR WASHING MACHINE $68.95 Complete with Briggs & Stratton Gasoline Motor JOE BLOOM Coust-to-Coast Store *"* Stokely's Golden Ban- tarn or Country Gentleman Corn— No. 2 cans, cream style_ 2 No. 2 cans whole kernel Stokely's Honey Pod Peas—like fresh peas in a pod— No. 2 cans. 33C Beans, Peas and Carrots Stokely's Dark Red Kidney Beans- No. 2 Stokely's Cut Green or Wax Beans—Tender and stringless— No. 2 cans. 27c Stokely's Whole Refugee Beans—4 sieve— No. 2 cans. 31c Stokely's Small Whole Beets—Crisp, r^d, full of flavor— €* cans__! 29C Stokely's Diced Carrots —Tiny golden cubes- p No. 2 cans. 19c Stokely's Green Lima Beans—Medium— p No. 2 cans. Stokely's Sauerkraut— Crisp delicious — No. 2 Free for « Stokely Stokely's Pumpkin — Gold en delicious in flavor— No. 2 cans Stokely's Tomato Juice 10c' cans for Stpkely's Succotash— Finest Tomatoes firi ". plump, most famous of Stokely's products- No. 2 cans Like home made 12 - • —' . — _ can Long's Food Stokely's Yellow Peaches-^ Sliced, halves 23c Stokely's Finest Apricots — flalves, unpeeled— / No. 21/2 can____ 8-oz. can —9 for Stokelys Whole Spic- m ed Peaches—' Tall can.

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