Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1938 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1938
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PAGE two Ladles of Algona and Kossuth County I offer you Help for Housecleaning and Keeping Home Clean and Comfortable all the Year Around Electrolux Cleaner is to Appreciate It. SO MUCH Easier. KOSSUTH COUNTy ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA UNIQUE SCHOOL PROGRAM GIVEN er L R, PUPILS RONEY FRIEND DIES IN SNOW AVALANCHE , ie wonders in freeing the home of dust ami srs IOU a Free Demonstration under e vnnr W f y ° l V 10W " The Magic Wand " ca » reach unclei your furniture, can get into all the cracks tnTw^h? ™ ?° rn ? rS ° f yOU1 h ° me ' c and " 111 "^- Can ren ° vate AM) KLECTROLKX CLKAXER HAS DOZENS OF OTHER TSES! And is so light S o simple, and easy to use! I'd like Vm,'ii f S " Ses to YOU ' wi thout charge. ion 11 not get so tired using Electrolux Cleaner in , ,,,., J '° llr home. Ltr MK PROVE IT ON YOUR <MVX iu'G As soon as possible, Call Don Hufehiras Authorized Elect rolux Representative Lone Rock, Apr. 5—The local P.- T. A. met last week Monday evening, and junior high school pupils presented the piny, Green Paint:' Kyrwood Qtiinn, Raymond Bierle, La Verne Hammerstrom, Robert Manna, Harold Nelson. Jenn Arends. It was given under direction of Miss Walker. The girls' glee club presented a short "program fnshioned after the General 'Electric Hour of Charm. The se- i lections were presented by the ; Romantic Rhythmettes as n mus- i ical love story. Lone Rock's own 'Grnham McNamee, Marjorie Pettit, was announcer for the which follo\ den, Sophoi..«.^ „ Ann Plnip, Vuanitn Irvington, Apr. 6—A recent letter from.Mrs. T. L. Syvertson, of i Pasadena, Calif., to her brother, M. L. Roney, told of the tragic • death of Charles H. Clark, former Grundy county man, friend of Mr. Roney, Mr. Clark, a Marshalltown ! friend, and another friend, dins. Harris, were in a cabin in the Sierras where they had planned to spend the winter. An avalanche of snow underminded by rains down while the three j were in bed in the early morning, I and Messrs. Clark and the Marsh! n v; 0 . WU mttn fniled to SUI- vive. '. Harris, who escaped death, that at first he thought a i-.~~ nad fallen on the cabin. The avalanche carried rocks trees j and debris with it. ' ' i The bodies of the men killed recovered by three men and who had to battle Right Now where iBerniee Pompe, e nick, Dorothy Jensen, Lucille Genrich. Ruby Kueck, Maxin? Simpson; End of n Perfect Day. Marian Jensen, soloist, ensemble, blending .in iin a capella number; ,N ; ea- politan N'ights and I Love You Truly, the Romantic Rhythm- ettes; Lohengrin's Bridal Chorus, grand finale. Wo ' ' Mttchlne I'Km.VV AXI) SATl-RH.W. Al'IHL S AS I) n, IMS. At Your Service! nt', '« Iiori.int. Ihf urea tost concern of CmincM Oak •' supply „ roast of thr dcsir,,! s i/ t . Roasts t is not all in,oat CiiftVix is ' spec- Beef Roasts Beef Steaks Bacon and Eggs FRESH BEEF TO BOIL, pound __ll c ! ^ET ^OF^PERCH, pound I 8c Morning Light Peaches Ginger Snaps (r our special price of We per pound. Small Tender Peas SDap8 nt , f Barden fresh flavor. Try *h. i »« « ^t" 1 S ' Z6 a " d tte **** price of 13c. J to * portlon can at a special Honey Krushed HSS'-'-^ Navy Beans COUNCIL OAK Pure Country Sorghum *™™A?"tl£: t^t^*' [•»* *™ not take Bread. The recipes for iK 4 ,l,ll l ." oklei h ( l r B °ston Brown MTBhun, prU-ed for this s le at 3«1 Tor M" - ..° r PUre COUntTy ior the big No. 10 can< e at 38 C lor the * \\>. can and 69c Upton's Yellow Label s. The U „, pkff . Shelf Paper assorted shi-lf paper 1 for" IS^.'"" 1 ''" ° Uli sells ^ dime folUs of COUNCIL OAK Manjbuvtrs ^Red Bag" Coffee i( ? ?' cllf smo °tl' flavor just suits their taste's. 6 ^fl^rf*?*?** HASKINS 3 «sfcASTILE Cake 4c "Blue Barrel" The soap that does the »vork of three ordinary cakes. It's 1 in,! to your hands. The price is 2 big pound burs for 13J Sweet, Juicy NAVEL ORANGES, per dozen _ Extra Large Seedless TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT, each _ Surprise for }Ir.s /«-|cf P l_ A surprise birthday dinner was iKiveu in honor nf Mrs. Virgil Zwio- fol Sunday nt her home. ' Attending: The Jacob Zwiefels, the ; clarence Meiu family, the Edw .Ohms, the Karl Larsons, Cylinder (ho Glen Zwiefels, Algon'a, the \\illiam Christonsons. and Joan jZwiefel. :»Ison Heads School l«oard— I At a recent meeting of the school i board I. W. Nelson was elected { president to succeed J. M. Blanche-mi, who had held the position for I several years. Supt. V. V. Frye will serve the second year of liis | contract next year. D. W. Fer- jnau was reelected as principal. Ten to Cnokinir School- Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. Alex (Kruoser. Mrs. Ray Snyder, Mrs [Eugene Pearson, Mrs. John Dernp- ,sey, Mrs. Lillie Thompson, daugh- iter Neva, Mrs. Ralph Thorn Mesdames Roy and Otto MRS. MALKMUS, 82, LIVERMORE, PASSES Livermore, Apr. 4—Funeral ser- I vices were held today for Mrs Josephine Malkmus , 83, at • the • Sacred Heart church, the Rev , .Maurice J. Costello officiating, ,and burial was made in the M.T , Calvary cemetery. Pallbearers (were Harry Zigrang, Frank Con- ijey. Edward Hanson, Richard Ful- :lerton, John Wonderly, and Tom I bweeney. Bessie Devlne had charge I of music. j Born February 28, 1856, dau-h- I tor of Joseph and Anno Ortm«r in Germany, Mrs. Malkmus was | one of seven children. When she jwas a baby, the family came to 'T ?c™ a and Settled in Illinois, in 1SSO she was married to Peter Malkmus, and they came here Of eight children, three sons live- Dan and Edward, Livermoref Win of Buchanan. Mr. Malkmus died in .1.«' 2, o. Mr. Malkmus moved from the farm with her husband, in 1916 to Livermore, when they purchased I the Briggs house, one of the i i here. Of late she had been in I Algona last Householders ,'{« Years IVed— Florence Householder, Lakota teacher spent the week-end at Harlan Blanchard's. The Blanch- arcls entertained the C. E. Householders at Sunday dinner in honor of the Householder 36th wedding anniversary. much of the time. She died Sat urday. Arrested for Drunkenness. West Bend, April 5—Ernest Anderegg was arrested Sunday evening for intoxication. He was arrested on the same charge in December, when his father-in-law, Charles Dewitt, went his bond. Jos. Fuchsen was also intoxicated "-* f^ucma dl r . j_,. ir fir- I son s Sunday in honor of Mr Per- j son's 55bh birthday. Kuns Produce Station Here- Donald Woods, Corwith, is now operating a produce station where rheo. Krueger had had a harness shop on the east side of Main . B. Banquet Tomorrow Night— A girls' and boys' basketball banquet will be served this week Fiiday evening at the schoolhouse, the mothers in charge. Mrs. George Long Patient- Mrs. George Long had an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital Sunday evening. Other Lone Bock. Tnhn n EUffene Pears °ns and Mrs. John Dempsey were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris and . an rs. Godfredson, Ringsted. Mr. an Mrs. Ben Guenther and Meta Andreasen, Estherville, were at Jim Ackerman's. Blanche Henriksen spent the week-end at the pS tal home at Ottosen. The Raymond Bierstedts were evening guests at E. C. Bierstedt's, Hurt. Mrs. Hattie Sp'-ank, her children, and Anna *laig spent the week-end at Oel- were Sunday dinner guests at John Newbrough's, Humboldt. Ray Reynolds, %vho had ' Sitl ? g at Hum boldt, has re,. and is now at Lawrence's vera Morris, Cowrie teacher spent Saturday night and Sunday Chas ' Morris h °me ber ' em Ployed at n v- » ' acconj Panied her here to visit her own parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Macumber. Elma Krueger accompanied Mrs r4f ge J , eiU "' Pent011 ' to Fairmont last week Tuesday to visit the Harvey Higleys. Mrs. Jearie Ste- britz Mr. and Mrs. Orville Buffington, Woden, were Friday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. John A. Sleper, of and Mrs. HO« si ' lur - ana M rs. Henry Sleper, Titonka, were even"""•"s. Saturday evening the Cushmans, the Ben wor ,iT' a "> the Leo Schmidts were there. Mr. and Mrs. Neeland spent Sunday with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sleper Frank Flaig, accompanied by Ralph Weisbrod, Fenton, attended a John Deere meeting at Emmets- Mil IT' 1>1 t? t i,. „ ,. 1- rr»T , «-••« 1 night. — -.««. J ^ iiUll j C1 ^1 Chicago came Friday for a visit wl h his family. Fred Genrich and h s -son Bernard drove to Mediapol s last week Thursday to get the son ™" na .!L d ' wh .° had bee » * herds- . . daughter Catherine, and nv' ^ e , Hawks also s P e «t the day at Fairmont. Mr. and Airs. Lloyd Gross spent nr Wee n' end With Mr ' and Mrs. orge Gross, Ames. Mrs. George Gross accompanied the Lloyd Grosses here for a week's visit flon had a mail there this winter. ~ U' W ' Nels °ns spent Sunday - the Eugene Hofius family, of Ottosen. Dottie, Betty, and For- iefat Murray returned to their home at Spencer Sunday, after a ^! k -L^i" Btortoi' Mr^and e, spent Radig's, ' f= ,. of Sunday at Alex ags and with the Radigs visited Mrs! Elsie Dreyer, Fenton, in the afternoon. Prid.v aacks famil y s P ellt Friday evening at Arnold Hain- wnger's. Fenton. Mrs. Rudolph Peters and Mrs. Earl Lauritzen last week Thni.c^n,, ot dl -_ . 4Ii . ^j t jjxttuuiiai a Sunday at Edw, Blanchard's Irvington. Robert Gladstone returned to Dulbuque university Saturday after a week's vacation at his sister Mrs. A, A. Krueger's The Rev. C. B. Mitchell, of Hurt was a Sunday dinner guest at William Nelson's. The Andrew Thorn- sens spent the day at Fred Swan's «ruver. The Swans moved from here March 1. M'; s ' Wayne Richmond and Mrs. William Richmond, Armstrong with their children, and M. H. Pollet, Ceylon, spent last week Thurs. day afternoon with Mrs. Harlay. Blanchard. Elizabeth Jensen, Graettinge is visiting the E. M. Jensens. Sh is an aunt of Mrs. Jensen. Th Fred Dransfeldts were busines callers at Fort Dodge Friday Frederick Schultz, C. M. Gross and Bates Stott attended a hors sale at Albert Lea Friday. Mi Gross took horses to the sale. Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil, Al gona, spent Friday evening .wit Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL No. 4380. In District Court, State of Iowa Kossuth county, term, 1938. ss. Marc spent Sunday at Mrs Ackarman's. Kanawha, Caroline — •• "^ <Lt4unij spent afternoon at Bernard "• owea City. Mr. and Mrs. with M, 'f 1SCD ' Led . v ard, were f.** 1 ^*? 0 * 0 *'* ™ther, Mrs. \Vorthington. Mrs. Donald SI ' enl and Mrs. Frank 'ng at uooert Drpva^'c T „»» 2?wta^ w «»ss!: dinner guests at To All Whom It May Concern: You are. hereby notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testamen of Al Meyer, deceased dated April 16, 1937, having been this day filed, opened and reac Tuesday the 3rd day of May 1938, is 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 ten 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, April 4 1938. KATHERINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. HARRINGTON & LOWE, Attorneys. Buying Now! Nothing Held Back! Sport Oxfords Values up to $3.50 White and 2-tones and they go for $2.47 The famous Jarmen OXFORDS for men. Price $5.00 now only $4.27 Men's New Spring Suits IJuy a fine nciv spring suit now nt Ji l)ig' money .saving price. In this group you will find surprising values and now models and new colors, for only Men's New Spring Suits In this group you will find the very * newest models to choose from — also the colors and patterns right up to the minute, for only Men's New Spring Suits This group of fine new spring suits have everything you could possibly de- Hire—m an up-to-the-minute suit of clothes and the price is only Dress Pants Beg. price $3.85 Fine materials for only $2.97 Men's Better Suits Picked from our best suits. Newest models and color, the pick of fashion, for only Men's TIES Beg. price 65c _now only & money 47c Work and Dress SOX A pair only Men's Dress Hats Values up to $8.85 A fine assortment to choose from, only $1.97 Men's Broadcloth Pajamas Values np to $1.25 Different colors and all fast colors, only 87c Men's Kayon Dress Hose R eg. price 25c. All sorts of patterns to choose from— a p a j r only 17c Men's Corduroy Sport Jackets Reg. price $3.85 Zipper front sport models for $2.97 Men's Dress Shirts Values up to 98c Fast colors, a fine assortment, only Men's Dress Shirts Val. up to $1.49. Non-wilt collars, beautiful pat terns for only Men's 'U" Suits Values up to 98c Short and lon^ sleeves, for only Men's and Boy's Shirts and Shorts Beg, price 25c, Going now for <r\ "Big Yank" Work Pants Sauforied covert cloth, a pair only $1.27 Men's Rain Coats Reg. price $8.85 Extra special values for only $2.97 Men's Su»a e Cloth Shirt. to 87c Sized Suit Cases Values up to «l^25 Out they go for 87c jMLGONA, IOWA

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