Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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FOUR TWELVE HEAD 600 LB. CATTLE for 6ale.-John Long Jr. Burt! . • 12(2)28 FIRST CLASS MARES and horses for aale.-O. E. Ely, Wesley. _.. P26-28 YOUNG PUREBRED GUERNSEY on n' s ?7 lcenbl e age, for «,lo.- Gould. 10(2)28 FOR RENT — 5-ROOM MODERN apartment.—Mrs W 617 S. Dodge. Good, Electric ------- ^4, ^j- , ¥ A i VL ^ L'jluClrlC fence controllers.— Clifford Rieb- Sexton. ^^^ 101)27-28 WANTED — CATTLE TO PAS- ture. Plenty shade and water. —Hugh Raney. 10p28-30 ELECTRIC- FENCER, GUARAN- teed five years. Reasonably pric- efl.—Chas. Scott, Burt. 12p28-29 BANISH FOOT TROUBLE—FROM wearing work shoes that hurt because hard and stiff. WOLVER- CAPABLE GIRL, WANTED — over 18, to do housework and care for children.— Inquire at Coffee Shop. 16pg NEW CABINET SINK — SPKC- ial kitchen unit, compact, convenient. Ask about it.—Holtzballer Tin Shop. 14(2)28 FARMS FOR SALE—IF you want to sell a farm Advance readers •will be interested. ad. Use a for-sale tf LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — THE quick, easy, inexpensive way to find tho buyers—Advance for-sale ad s- tf INTO SHELL HORSEIIIDES stay soft as buckskin and wear like Iron. Try on a pair.—Hub Cloth- Iers - 30(L')2S COMPLETE YOUR NEW SPRING outfit at Zander's with an Arrow shirt, Cheney or Arrow tie and Interwoven KOX. CONSERVATION EVENT, BURT, BRINGS CROWD Burt, Mar. 29 — Nine hundred people attended the barn dance frolic at the high school gymnasium Friday evening under the sponsorship of the Burt chapter of the Conservation League. Besides enterRiinment by the barn dance company, Frank Marnette, Orleans, gave a talk on conservation. The chapter cleared some $50 on the venture, and the money will be used for some local -wild-life project. The organization has also sold 2700 wild-life seals. Medicine mid Mnn Studied— Tho Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. P. F. Kriethe's, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel .assisting. The main topic was Medicine and Mankind. Program: music, Mrs. P. F. Kriethe; round table: News in the -..- ...„„.., ^...c w ^uuyura in Medicine World, Mrs. R. H. 11007, and Mr. Anderson had ever Thompson; book study, An Amer-[since pursued his trade here. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, JOWA J. G, Anderson) 75, Ledyard's Painter, in Sudden Passing Ledyard, Mar. 29—J. G. Anderson, 75, painter and decoratoi here more than 40 years, died Sunday. His health had been failing in late years, but death was sudden. Mr. Anderson was born October 12, 18G2, at Stavanger, Norway After he was 35 he served <is a sailor for some years. In 1893 he came to America and settled at Chicago. There, in 1895, he was married to Bertha Larson, also of Stavanger, and they had a daughter, now Mrs. Jennie Amanda Jacobson, Matawan, Minn. The family returned to Norway, but in 1HOO Mrs. Anderson died. Shortly afterwards Mr. Anderson came back to America, bringing his daughter with him, and again settled at Chicago. Tn 1903 Mr. Anderson was married to Elizabeth Mary Skutzke, and they had four children: Elmer, George Evelyn, and Anton. The family came to Lcdyard in lean Doctor's Odyssey. Victor Helser, by Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Farmyard Fire Tut Out— The firemen were called to the farm where the H. A. Salisburys had been burning corn husks, but gone lo the field, and the fire had almost reached a chicken house before discovery. It was extinguished before damage was done. Solicits F. 1!. ^Memberships— Clarence Stainbrook lias gone to Ida Grove for a mouth's work. Mrs. Stainbroolc and the daughter have gone to Winterset to visit the former's parents. 'Mr. Stainbrook is working for the Farm Bureau. THE MO VIES By T. H. C. THANKS FOK THE In the htress of routine work and other sundry duties I passed rather lightly, in this column, over the hit-song of The Big Broadcast of 1938, namely Thanks For the Mem- to them confused, jumbled, Incoherent. . There is something so strangely human—so like all of us—in the simple rite performed at this bar. Settings may be different, but ory, though I did say it was one there come to each of us moments of the most touching of current when the past rises crowding be- nniinrl.Q. Fr\v/i ti u tt-% ir<-,int^i nnn « n i».. _i.j<..._ ballads. Developments since publication. fore us in kaleidoscopic pattern, jLieveiopmems since publication, weaving the important and the of that review some weeks ago! trivial indiscriminately till we are lead me to follow up inadequate | fall ''y lost in the maze of memory, criticism with something more de- " tailed. A feature article in Sunday's Minneapolis Tribune by Harold Heffernan reveals that the song writers (Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger) do not themselves care much for their musical "baby," in graduation 'day, the color of the dress the They started out to write a fun- ' nwk 'ward little girl in front of you ' song, but when the result ap-!, w . ore; some cn tistrophe—fire, hur- :ared in the studio tlie producer 1 1r ' cane ' otllei ' tragedy; the color of >nd director foresaw its posslbili- , clouds m tne background of fact declare it is "punk-." For the events of great consequence are mingled with the little vicissitudes of minor detail, and the one emphasizes the other: our wedding day perhaps (important); the time the wife lost her glove in the theater (trivial); Want Ads FOR SALE -i. 931 IOWA HYBRID seed corn, state certified, edge- drop, 98% germination, $5.90 per bushel; also some medium red clover seed.—M. A. Sorlien, Bode. 25p27-28 COLUMBIA VENETIAN BLINDS —the popular window treatment. We feature the Columbia blinds. Trouble-free easy action. Ask for estimates — Chrischlllcs Store. 20C28 Pair of Newlyweds Near Burt Honored by Lakota Friends 1 — • rnllk ? of the na ««»»'B"h"ita" silr- .ies, and so built a complete change of scene around it Then """ BU ll K " tiSi JU ' e lno E renl vhen Bab Hope and Shirley Ross living pieces of Art carefully nne- tho HHio iviiin,i -,~ »i— _!„ 'planned, or are thev mornlv nno.i- the picture. And so it goes. Are the great ang the little ballad as they sip- led cocktails over a bar, they put nto the number a certain pathos and tenderness which lifted it into Four See Pained Piny— Supt. and Mrs. Conilit Bowie and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Anderson vis- •"•" ""*>• V-TIL-UII .'viHiersou vis- : •— «•"— i" VQV.H..I.BU U uo ited the Enos Wredos. Fort Dodge, I newlyweds with a set of silver Friday evening and attended the! teaspoons, it being a class custom Lakota, Mar. 20—Mesdames J. H. Wai-burton, Emma Smith, Jerry Heetlaml and John Steenhard all of Lakota, Mrs. F. G. Torine, Algona, and Mrs. Alrec Boeckholt, Titonka, entertained 40 women at ning at Warburton's, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clapper, who were married three weeks ago. Among guests were eight girls of Mrs. Clapper's graduating class, also the Berean Sunday school class of which Donald had. been a member. The class 'presented the newly-weds with a set of silver! prising the writers. If the motion picture has done nothing else it has at least made us song-conscious and music-minded. While there is nothing classical, or jeven especially worth- 'planned, or are they merely acci 'dents? Does an author start out 'to write a masterpiece, or does it •"jus't happen"? Getting back to the movies, 'tis said that no director or producer fever starts with what he thinks is 'a second-rate picture; every one is a potential masterpiece. And "yet how few achieve the distinction. All of which Illustrates the un- LINOLEUM — HANDSOME NEW patterns in the justly famous Armstrong Linoleum. See latest ideas for "personalizing" your floors.—Cowan Bull-ding Supply Co. 20(2)28 and see them. Our customers are well satisfied, Chicks ready every Tuesday arid Friday. Place your order to avoid disappointment —The Algona Ilatchery, phone 661. 37U28 AMPLE FUNDS AVAILABLE TO tjuild, remodel, or refinance your home. Low interest. Small monthly payments. — See Algona Federal Savings & Loan As'n, Algona, Iowa. 24C28 while, about most of the popular' A11 of wnlcn illustrates the un- ditties that composers grind out j tertainti es of life. How veiled are fnr thp rnmrtno nir^t.1, «~— 3 j* 'our moments of triumph; how 'suddenly one finds one's self a 'hero or an outcast, a genius or a 'half-wit. More to the point, how for the movies, every now and then a haunting melody flows from the mill to brighten a few hours. . .. , I have always suspected that the 1 " all> ' vvit ' M °''e to the point, how an who whistles, hums or sings llittle we realize, as the events of 'our fitful little lives are unfolded, •WANTED CUSTOMERS for spring shoes in colors of gray, green and gray, elk, black, tan, and white.—Call at Zender's. MADE TO MEASURE CLOTHES ex-pert at Steele's today. You are Invited to inspect tho Spring fabrics without obligation. «') COAL RUNNING LOW? LET Goo. Holtzbauer, Green Colonial furnaces, explain how you can use less fuel. Phone S3. !Sp2S SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE Capp's clothes will be at Steele's Clothes Shop today to measure you for your Spring suit or topcoat. WE HAVE ABOUT 500 CHOICE second baby chicks bi-weekly at very reasonable prices. — Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. (2)28-29 FOR SALE — TEAM GELDINGS coming 3; gelding and mare coming 4.—V. J. Gross, one mile north, 2 east Lone Rock. 19p26-28 operetta, Of Thee I Sing. Two to Tcnohers' meet— Supt. Condit Bowie and Alice Kighmc attended a north Iowa teachers convention at Fort Dodge Saturday. .Mrs. lYfer Here Again— Mrs. Helen Peters has moved back from Blue .Earth and Mary Lee has re-entered school here. Gartner, Ex-Titonka Pastor, Weds Again Titonka, Mar. 29—Blanche Hill, Villisca, and the Rev. L. G. Gartner, Titonka, were married at Hibbing, Minn., Saturday, March 19. Mr. Gartner, former Methodist pastor here, had for some years till recently, been a CCC chaplain at Hibbing, Minn., where the new Mrs. Gartner had taught in •: the primary grade 15 years*. This' is Mr. Gartner's second marriage. The newlyweds came to Titonka last week Wednesday and -will live here. Mr. Gartner conducts a local apiary. •,.., High School Youth Has Scarlet Fever Duane, 15-year-old sSn of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck, was" quarantined for scarlet fever Saturday. His mother is caring for him and he is doing well. The young. . . ster, commonly known as "Bud," EXPERIENCED GIRL WANTED. I It a ^sophomore in high.. school. One that can go home Call in person.—Mrs. Henry Jo hannsen Jr., north Wooster St. ONE MINUTE WASHERS! NOW over two million satisfied users! You'll want to see the new models on display at L. W. Swanson's. 21(2)28 SHOWING OF WALLPAPER— New designs, new qualities, new prices. You'll enjoy seeing our display.— Cowan Building Supply Co. 18'(2)28 to do so when members are mar ried. Mr. and Mrs! E. R. Worley, Mason City, drove to Lakota to attend the event. Feme and Faye Olthoff, Elsie Steenhard and Beverly Tanien helped Mrs. Clapper unwrap packages. Mrs. Clapper is Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Heyo Berschman here. The Clappers are living on a farm near Burt. Seneca Girl Weds Fairmont Farmer Swea City, Mar. 29—Velda, only child of Mr. and Mrs. William Johns, Seneca, and Frank, son of Julius Simon, Fairmont, were married last week Thursday at St. John's Evangelical church, at Fairmont. Mary Simon, sister of the bridegroom, and Junior Carter were attendants. The bride is a Seneca high school graduate and is also a Minneapolis beauty school graduate. Mr. Simon, who was graduated from the Fairmont high school in 1931, farms with his father near Fairmont. a little, somehow has a better ""' i "- lul *"•"«= nvco me umuiueu, chance to grab for himself a little ' lust wllat tnin £s will cling in more happiness than the fellow ! lmemol 'J r as "happy," as sad, as im- who is always looking down his ' portant ' or as trivial, nose. Whistling and singing let ' Tllanks for tlle Memory, then, off steam and thus serve as ai 1 " 161 '' 18 tlles e additional brief para- safety valve for the pent-up emo-I' graph ' s> because !t is an unusual BROODER SUPPLIES; PEAT Moss, Hygcno Litter, Rising's Feed, and other supplies. Get our combination offer on Brooder House and Stove. — The Algona Hatchery, phone 551. 25u28 NO MORE USELESS. WORDS— "There are times when we want to find out something without having the subject matter surrounded by parsley, scroll-work and passe- menterie," says George Ade. "That is when we welcome tho multum In parvo known as Tho Reader's Digest. I devour it from cover to cover." You'll agree with this famous writer, too, once you read ,„„„,, , y your first copy of Tho Reader's balance Have you $1, 00ii.no fn , 5 "or mon ' d mont, and are wanting io g 0 i -« Rood farm bcrnr n "!!'.", ci ' sl " v, H1 , ' '" '" "Tiiql <a»'t depend on more. SEE u many most de tractive prlce R recommend u, n , FARMS EARLY , ,-„ " llo «'n" ,~.™.^ „„,.,•_ lcf °ry% Digest. It's the modern way of Licensed "non'l i.v,. 1 .'' "UTClilil f\f\f •»•» _- ' J -'l Jl 10 *~ getting the most. interesting of current ideas through fascinating condensed articles from outstanding periodicals.—The Editor. ' 205-W. Offic Store, ie over obtain flnanci,, « " Ctf I AM A CANDIDATE FOR COUN- ty supervisor of the Second district on the republican ticket at the June primary. Your support and vote will be greatly appreciated.—A. R. Cruikshank. 30p27-34 SUBJECT TO THE DECISION OF the voters in the June primary, T hereby annouiice my candidacy for the democratic nomination for supervisor in the Fourth district. —C. M. Gross, Fenton township. 30p27-28 SELECTED! for the ADVANCE COOKING See the New G. E. Refrigerator i n Actii on the Stage . , . nights . ''' Morok . a traveling salesman, y Jo ls Quarantined out and is spend- WE FIX FLATS! MODERN tire repair equipment, for quick, dependable work. Service car on call.—Phone 856, Vic's Service Station. 20(2)28 I WILL SELL FOUR REG-IS- tered bulls, milking Shorthorn type, one-year-old, at the Colwoll *ale Friday.—M. T. McGuire, Al- 20p28 ON HAND—2 WEEKS OLD started chicks; also 1000 W. Leghorn cockerels 2 weeks old.—Reasonable. — Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft 19u28 ing this week with H. V. Hull. Thc Uau e h ter, freshman at the university of Minnesota who had spent last week here, went back Sunday with the L. M. Merritts. Elbert Washhouse, Whittemore, Burns Whittemore, Mar. 29— The Leo Elberts, west of town, lost their washhouse by fire Monday. Mr Elbert started a fire in the laundry stove when he to milk. Later went to the barn he noticed more CHICKS—S. C. WHITE LEGHORN and New Hampshire Reds.— Krause Hatchery, 2% miles south, 1 mile west of Lone Rock, phone y 2 - 22p27-30 CHEST OF SILVERWARE—Handsome 1881 Rogers ware, 50 pieces, in the new Surf Club pattern. The ideal wedding gift. See this at Lusby's. 22(2)^8 MOTOR SLUGGISH? OUR MOTOR analyzer tells accurately, quickly, unerringly, where the trouble is. Leaves nothing to guess. Drive in-—Wm. Dau. 21Q28 FOR SALE—HUDSON BROODER. _ Has 46 inch hover. Perfect ventilation. Keeps steady temperatures. Safe and certain.—Howard Hardware. 18(2)28 KOSSUTH REIJANCE AND large variety of early Golden King seed corn. Tested and graded with new double drum grader A C Carlisle, Whittemore. 22p28 GARDEN SEEDS — MOST 1 WANT- ed vegetable varieties, both bulk and packet. Also see us for field "^ds all kinds. — Algona Flour and Feed Co. 27-29 MIX YOUR OWN FEED — SAR- gent Concentrates for all mashes contain 21 balanced ingredients Mix your own grain.—Anderson's Fteed & Grain Co. 18(2)2! WE HAVE IN STOCK MANI folders of the sort used by pro fesslonal and business men fo filing letters, bills, and other pa pers.—Advance. . ....... _ u liiut . B smoke than ordinary, and found he building on fire. The blaze iad by then gained such headway hat nothing could be saved. Mrs. Elbort, who was cleaning house' mourns loss of the family laundry -• w "~ tM,UiIljr ItlUilUl ciothmgfi, curtains and blankets Mrs. Jacob Weaver, 59, Passes Sunday Sexton, Mar. 29— Mrs. Jacob Weaver died Sunday at the Kossuth hospital, following a last sickness of several months. She spent some weeks in the university hospital at Iowa City before she was taken to Algona. She was only 59, and, her husband, a son Bernard, a sister at Appleton, Minn., and a brother at Fort Dodge survive. Funeral services are to be held at St. Cecelia's Catholic church at Algona this week Wednesday, and burial will be made in the Catholic cemetery. County Financial Booklets Job Let Lee 0. Wolfe, of the Titonka Topic, who was the successful bidder for the job of printing the annual county financial booklets, There - - — »*Mp u**w 6&CI1 from Algona and Bancroft. Four hundred .booklets are to be provided for public distribution, and Mr. Wolfe is also to furnish 150 envelopes for mailing. The booklet, as usual, will contain figures relating to the county business. tions of our dizzy world. Thanks for the Memory speaks the language of all of us, our joys and the sorrows, glittering gems from the past that need but mention to bring them back with startling reality; and this production is one of these thousand-to-one shots, written to be funny but ending in a vein of nostalgia. And combined with the effectiveness of the song itself is the almost perfect setting and the characters who sing it in The Big Broadcast of 1938. Sitting at a bar, Bob and Shirley seem merely to soliloquize; the song seems entimely incidental as each picks from the long dim and misty lane of memory little bright spots and recollections which come Miss Lorctla Young- Crown Princess of Hollywood—shown here wearing one of the frocks that bear her name in this matchless style selection. IO Smart Captivating Styles Guaranteed Fast Colors 'song, in that it touches deeply 'poignantly our innermost lives. » _ Ames Forester is Coiiiintf. G. R. Ramsey, Ames extension forester, will conduct a public demonstration on wind-'break planning at the Ralph Morgan farm in Cresco township next Wednesday afternoon. The place is located south the county farm. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter H. Klamp attended the funeral of the latter's uncle, J. 0. Isenberger, Burt, Sunday. NOTICE—ON APRIL 15, 1938, WE will discontinue the Green Stamps, so get your stamps to fill your 'books before the above date —Moe & Sjogren. : 1 will do the work for $60. were two other bids, one iffiIli-4 OREGON PRUNES " SALMON |5c jw.~~i.bw I ft. CM •MP 3c JACK SPRAT FLOUR, » Ib. bag WHEATIES, FOR SALE—USED BICYCLES, used radios, one used electric washing machine, used ice box, used tires. The above merchandise must be moved regardless of cost. Co7ne early.—Joe Bloom. 20 (C) (2)28 FOR CENTRAL PETROLEUM products, Columbia extra quality mineral roofing, and Columbia finest quality paints and varnishes, also Cen-Pe-Co motor oil, super- refined, triple-filtered, see Frank Hanson, 402 N. Hall, Algona. 31(2)27-29 BABY CHICKS—WE HAVE SOME nice baby chick on hand. Stop in the little things that count The 'Least Bit O 1 Nothing" but you can always count on these panties for ;a smooth snug fit-ar,d best of all they re Luster-Bar and easily laundered. tta CUSTOM HATCHING — WE SET our incubators twice a week Bring eggs for custom hatching on Mondays or Thursdays. — The Al gona Hatchery, phone 551. 23u28 FOR SALE—ROPE 3-8 inch 50 ft 39c; varnish, $1.19 gal.; flat wal paint, JJ.59 gal.; interior gloss fl.98 gal.; 3-tine forks, 79c; 4-tine *orks, 89c; motor oil, 39c gal.; harness oil, 39c gal.; bike tires, StWn., 98c; chicken wiaterers, 5c; varnish, 39c quart. — Coast-to- Coast Store. 20 (C) (2) 28 WINESAP APPLES, bag __________ ZSC " JJMOK POBK LOIN" BOAST; end cut ' C *«» ] gg ANDERSON'S Jack Sprat Grocery ate HOLLYWOOD DRESSES of Washable Renee Rayon Crepe $2.98 Hitch your wagon to a star's wardrobe. Lxurctla Young frocks may not swing you into the movies, but they'll surely give you the glamor of Hollywood, with their neat pat terns, their slim and lovely you th- ful lines. They're so smurtly styled—neat and clever tricks of buttons, belts, pock- els, collars that will keep you in front of the fashion parade. They're beautifully, skilfully made and priced unbelievably low. With Automatic GENERAL ELECTRIC THRIFT UNIT Sealed-in-steel General Electric offers greatest refrigerator value in 10 years. More ice cubes, more storage space, more cold capacity, more conveniences AT NEW LOW PRICES! Save on PRICE! Save on CURRENT! Save on UPKEEP! Visit Our Booth in the Home Fair Exhibit] See the New G. E. Washers -2BL II "v. ii MoiUI AW-201] Capaclty-7lb>.j LONG LIFE E1EITRII UIBSHEll PtR/yiADRIVE MIECHANffSM PFPMAUCMT . IBVnMrn>M PERMANENT LUBRICATION " IV - MIION , t rn>M • • 9'vei lorn .ife to washer TION •,. 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