Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 14, 1938 · Page 5
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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGEFIVa ^ LOT ALE! iaturday Morning from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. in our \lot Back of Store tyre will hold a sale on merchandise as fcted-merchandise that we over-bought L mer chandi»e that we traded in, mer" handise that we don't have room for, lerchandise that must be sold regard- i»s of cost. You will be surprised! Wait • this lot sale. If you like it we will ve one every Saturday morning, rain shine. Look at these prices gallons barn paint, f brand, but good -- 90c, 1 Electric washing machine, used 36 axe handles, new, each $10.00 15c "voFTlAVE SOMETHING TO SELL BRING IT IN AND WE WILL SELL IT FOR YOU hats, each —-' Jjfew, we over bought |0 good used Jicycles _ $5.00 and up You must see them. ^B gallons flat wall laint, off brands, $2.00 finality, £4 1C ;a llon V I • • ** I lot rakes, we A tig* Joverbought, ea. f wl», •3 and 4 - tine forks, too Imany, leach •1 good used llawn mower — $1.90 $1 400 ft. garden hose, 50- ft. lengths, new, good grade, at Chicken waterers and feeders, bought too many, your choice— SCand IOC Garden hoes, too many white Aflfl* elephants, each*fUC 40 gallons of ' varnish, clear, too much varnish $2 quality, £4 4 C gallon 3> • • I W DOST FORGET, THIS SALE IS ON OUR LOT BACK OF THE STORE I Wagons, boys' and girls' large size, £11 m grade, ea.9 • •* 12 inner tubes, high pressure _ |l electric washing ma$13.50 RADIOS—AND WHAT RADIOS 1 good used electric ra- S^tubes $5.00 1 good used electric radio, 4 tubes $7.50 | THIS IS SOMETHING NEW. COME TO OUR LOT SALE. SEE HOW YOU LIKE IT 12-volt farm radio _ 12-volt farm radio _ Motor Oil, summer grade S.A.E. 30, in five gallon +* Qf| [cans ^ I _«IU Milk pails, 13y 2 quart size, each Shovels, long handles, we over bought, each __ 50 good used tires, all sizes, each | SPACE DOES NOT PERMIT TO ADVERTISE ALL ITEMS JOE BLOOM Clerk of sale; .Our own, gang. Terms, all sales final Ex-Livermore Girl Is Dead FORMERlAZEL SMITH DIES AT PHOENIX, ARIZ, 1 vermore, Apr. 32—Word was •oceived by W. F. Johnson Sunday evening of the death of Mrs. Hazel Smith-Christian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith here. Mrs. Christian spent her life in his community before marriage. Armstrong H. S. Ball Boys Getting Ready for Season Armstrong, Apr. 12—The high school baseball season Is getting under way. On the team are Ardent Jongburg, Clyde Eckhart, David Holland, pitchers; James Vigdal and Wayne catchers; twflelders, Chrlstenson, Ted Weiby, Oscar Carlson, Craig Irwin, John Thorson, Wendell Erickson; outfielders, Orla Larsen, "Bill" Whitlow, Faye Moore, and Vern Sturm. She was a graduate of the oca !' ow> ' aye M °°, re ' 1a r T n btUrm ' high school and was employed tor ' A new grandstand has 'been ereot- a time in th. State bjk/Some ; f*° r » I ule follows: April 12, here; ten years ago she had an opera- T „ IK V ' *i' A HI n' lion, and hni- hpnlti, tvn« ™,, 0 ,. I A P' u 15 > Grant ' theie ! April 9, lion, and her good again. Tho Christians lived for here, then at DCS Moincs. Christian was employed at never | Ledyard, here; April 21-22-23, .. ' county tournament; April 29, Led- Mr. the Johnson pharmacy. Because Mrs. worse they i yard, there; May 3, Ringsted, there; May 6, Titonka, here; May 10, Dolliver, there; May 13, Seneca, moved to Phoenix, Ariz., where ' {J?™' lvia / 7 20 ' Ceylon ' they had lived for some time. | 24 ' May 27 ' op !! 1 ! 'Mrs. Christian's mother had Fitzgibbons Nephew Dins- spent much time with her daugh- Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Fitzgibbons ter during the last two years and ] were ca n e d to Sioux Falls one day was with her at death. Mr. Smith, i ast wce k by news of the death of local jeweler, who had recently re- Mrs. Fitzgi'bbona' nephew, Joseph turned from Phoenix, received Hays, 13. Burial was made at Fair- word Saturday that death was ex- ! mon t, and attending the sei vices A. Ortmeyer's. He is a freshman at Cornell college. Jesse Burkhead, Carleton college, Northfield, Minn., is at the parenta>l J. V. Burkhead'fi. Attend West Mend Funeral— Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter, daughter Marie, and son Willard attended the funeral of Mr. Irmiter's uncle, Al Meyer, Welt Bend, last week Tuesday. Fischers Have Left Armstrong— Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Fischer have moved to Goodland, Minn. They had. lived on a farm northeast of Armstrong many years. pected at any time, and he that night by train, 'but did last week Tuesday from here not ,were: Mrs. Fitzgibbons, sons Fran reach Phoenix 'before his daughter ' c i s an( j David, the Mike and JOB- died. Funeral arrangements are j eph Kennedys, and the E. S. Camin- i dens. complete, but services and interment will be here, probably Fri- College Students Come Home— day. Three Men Among Sick- Fred Fal'b, confined to his home more than a week, is only slightly improved. R. J. Hughes, who had een fighting flu while he contin- ed work at the Cayou hardware, id to give up Monday and is un- ble to leave his home. Frank Cox, mployed at the Rosenberg lumber ffice, was taken suddenly sick Howard Ortmeyer, spent a week spring vacation at the parental W. New Daughter for Casscins— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cassem are parents of a girl, born last week Sunday. Other Armstrong News. Josephine and Gertrude Blum and Betty Camden, all of Minneapolis, spent the week-end with local relatives, and were accompanied to Minneapolis by the Misses Blums' mother, Mrs. Bridget Blum, who had been visiting relatives here several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Gaarde are in Michigan, visiting their son at Grand Rapids and their daughter Grace, student at Battle Creek. The Edward Boysens and Mr. and Mrs. John Sires, all of Cedar Falls, visited the A. N. Hansens Sunday afternoon. LONE ROCK Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds, of Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at Will Christenson's. The F. F. unday, and is off duty. All three '. Schroeders, Fenton, were ases border on pneumonia. ttend Nebraska Funeral— John Olson, daughter Betty, and tr. and Mrs. George Brogan left Monday evening for Shelby, Neb., ailed by news of the death of S. Stalnaker, grandfather of Betty nd brother-in-law of Mrs. Broan. Funeral services were to be eld at Shelby Tuesday. Friday dinner guests at Walter Thompson's. The Jim Ackarmans spent Sunday evening at Ralph Priebe's, evening guests at Henry Schroe- Bancroft. Mrs. Otto Voigt, Taopi, der's. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Me- I Mlnn - a nd the Robert Eickenberg- Jode Dnughter-ln-Lnw Dies-Carl Undenberg's daughter-in- Arthur, Irvington, were at Lawrence Dittmer's Sunday afternoon. Mrs. H. J. Bacon, Algona, and her daughter Etta were Sunday dinner guests at I. W. Nelson's, and afternoon guests there were the Eugene HoHus family, Ottosen. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Mrs. James Long, and Mrs. Roy Zunkle spent Monday at Edw. Blanchard's, Irvington. Mrs. Hattie Sprank, her aw, Mrs. Ted Underberg, near children, and Anna Flaig were at Bode, died Sunday, her husband |Estherv ille Saturday, and three small children surviv- ng. Funeral services were an- lounced for Wednesday. Other Livermore News. The Donalds, Fort Dodge, were lore Saturday, attending a sale of ,he Ries household goods. Mr. and Mrs. Rles, who recently died, were parents of Mrs. Donald. Mrs. Helen Bergum, who had lived several years at Bode with her daughter, Mrs. Ole Olson, has returned to her home. The Olsons have moved to Minnesota. Ernil Welter, Henry Geishecker, and Richard Dumphy left Sunday for Omaha on a stock-touying trip. The Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, daughter Beulah, and the I. W. Nelsons attended Sunday evening church services at Ottosen, Mr. Gladstone preaching, and all were guests of the Eugene Hofius family. •Marjorie Walsh entertained in u-s, Bancroft, were at Ernest Priebe's. Mrs. Weight and Mrs. ickenberger are daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Priebe. The Ralph Thompsons were at A. W. Lampe's, Ventura, Friday, and Mrs-. Lampe, with her children, came here with them for a week at Richard Long's. E. M. Jensen took Elizabeth Jensen, who had spent two weeks here, to her home at Graettinger last week Thursday. Mrs. Jennie Whitford, Mrs. David Lynch, and Mrs. Tom Lynch, Fairmont, spent from last week Thursday till Sunday at T. J. Palmer's, Sumner. Mrs. Dora Laabs and Mrs. Frank Hernple called at the Otto Laabs home Friday evening, and Saturday the Laaibs family took Mrs. honor of her 14th birthday Satur- Hemple to Fort Dodge for a few day. Attending: Mary Elaine days there 'before returning to her | Good Hope | Mrs. R. A. Harvey is making slow recovery from sinus trouble following a recent attack of flu. Leonard Daniels, Burt, is doing some interior decorating at C. L. j Dittmer's. The Loyd Grosses .and Mrs. Geo. Gross spent Sunday with the L. L. Bartholomews, Fort Dodge. Mr. Bartholomew is a brother of the Fangman, Marjorie Lattimer, Dorothy Shillington, Alice Saunders, Agnes Christensn, Maurine Quinn, Valeria Vaske, Maxine Kennedy, Clara Miller, all of Bancroft. The Lloyd Hutchinsons spent Sunday afternoon at the Adolph Meyers home in Seneca. Mr. Meyers was recently kicked in the eye by a cow and was taken to Fort Dodge for removal of the eye. The Hutchinsons spent the evening at the Ernest Meyers home, Burt. The James Murrays, Algona, spent Sunday at Charles Bierle's. The Fred Haacks called in the afternoon at John Meine's, more. Mrs. Meine, aunt of Mrs. Haack, has been sick six weeks. •Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Ringsted, were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at Eugene Pearson's. elder Mrs. Gross. Mrs. George I Sick last week were Hugh Gross, who had visited her par- | Walsh, Mrs. P. M. Christenson, and ents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd BARRETT BROAD SHADOW ASPHALT SHINGLES Shad-O-Band Shingle. Architects, home owners, builders agree that the thickness °f a shingle's shadow is to a great extent the measure of a roof's attractiveness. Barrett's built-in shadow gives a tile-like appearance. Safety- Barrett uses a thick surfacing of granulated minerals. Sparks and cinders falling on Broad Shadow Roof burn out harmless, SEE OU« COLOR ASSORT3IENT. Botsford Lumber Co. Jim Pool Gross, ten days went home Tuesday with the Loyd Grosses. Twenty young people met at the Good Hope parsonage Sunday evening to practice music for Easter. This week will see many farmers sowing oats. The late spring delayed seeding, though a cousid- erafble acreage had been seeded prior to the recent blizzard. If he seeded oats were not damag- d by the cold the added mcis- ure will be a great advantage. Advance Want Ads St. Benedict | Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Studer, George Ludwig, Wilma Arend, and tfrs.-H. Henigar drove to Stacy- ille, Minn., Friday and returned aturday. '•Donald, balby son of Mr. and Urs. John Preushel was sipk sev- val days last week. The Julius eilers baby daughter has also een sick. Mrs. John Arndorfer and Mrs. Simon were recent calelrs on Mrs. luschka, who is sick and is not mprovlng much, being still con- ined to bed. John Arend, his daughters Wilma, Rita, and Norena, and the Jen Dorrs iyere at John Preu- shel's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Studer were dinner guests at John McKenna's. The Perry Tur- hunes were at Carroll Brickson's. The Rev. Father Kramer helped with the wind-up of 40 hours devotions at Wesley Sunday even- ng. Mrs. Melvin Hawks. The Alton Hurlburts, Whltte- more, and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kueck spent Sunday at William Nelson's. Mrs. George Long was brought home Sunday from the Kossuth hospital, where she. had an appendectomy. The Fred Wegeners spent last home at Pasadena, Calif. The Rudolph Peters family were Sunday dinner guests at Ernest Walter's, Lotts Creek, and were evening guests at Carl Peter's, Al- ;ona. Mrs. Dora Laabs and her family were Sunday evening dinner guests at William Furstenau's, Lotts Creek, in honor of the Furstenau son Reuben's confirmation at the Lotts Creek church Sunday. •Mrs. Eugene Pearson entertained at a quilting one day last week. Eugene Blanchard, who attends the Hamilton business college at Mason City, spent the week-end at the. parental J. M. Blanchard's. Mrs. W. J. Cotton and her infant son John Morgan have been brought home from the Kossuth hospital. Vernon Hollister drove to Kanawha Friday evening to get his father, L. B. Hollister, who is employed there, and go to Larson Minn., where Mrs. Hollister is visiting. Mrs. Hollister accompanied them to the family home here. Theo Krueger, daughter Elma and son Harold were Sunday dinner guests' of the Clarence Thees- fields, Fenton, and Mr. Krueger and Elma were supper guests a' George Jentz's. week Monday afternoon at Heidenwith's, Swea City, E. J. and Tuesday afternoon at Arthur Heidenwith's, Whittemore. Mrs. Russell Thompson, Burt, and her son Jackie, Burt, spent the week-end at Wegener's. All were Sunday Aged Woman Has Slumps! Good Hope, Apr. 12—-Mrs. Eliza beth Donovan, Algona, who is in her seventies, has the mumps. Her son Robert also has the disease and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson's daughter here Is also a patient. Whirlwind Easter Savings State Wide Sexton Dinner was served Sunday noon at Herman Wise's home for bis mother, Mrs Sarah Wise, whose birthday was Monday. Attending: the Strother Wises, Lone Rock; the Henry Philips family, Algona; Mr and Mrs. Fred Jones, Plymouth; the Oscar Hamonds and Mrs. Drusie Noble, Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Faris Johnson, Gilmore City, were Sunday dinner guests at W. C. Taylor's. Women friends gathered at Mrs. Sarah Wise's Monday evening to help her celebrate a birthday. Mrs. Grace Green. I<u Verne, ent Sunday evening $t her son W. J. Green's- Kossuth County Hatchery Associates of Spencer Chick Hatchery 17th Season Pioneers in Producing Baby Chicks from Supervised, Culled & Blood-tested Flocks only The 1938 production of Baby Chicks is much less .than last year. April and May output is being rapidly booked. To avoid disappointment in April and May delivery orders should be placed NOW, Our 800,000 egg capacity is your best guarantee of service. Call, examine formula and get price on our perfected, scientifically prepared Starting Mash, Kossuth County Hatchery Phone 800 Street Algona, la, Men's Dress Hats Values up to $5.00 Assorted colors and styles. Out they go for only $1.97 Sport Oxfords Values up to $3.50 White and 2-tones and they go for $2 The famous Jarmen Oxfords for men. Reg. price $5.00 now only $4.27 Everything Included—Nothing Reserved DRESSES UP FOR EASTER Men's New Spring Suits Buy a fine new spring suit now at a big money-saving price. In this group you will find surprising values and new models and new colors, for only Men's New Spring Suits [n 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 desire— $18.00 Men's Better Suits Picked from our best suits. Newest models and color, the peak of fashion, for only $21.00 All Dollar , TIES now 83c SAVE NOW! Regular 50c Sport Suspenders now 37c Men's Dress Hose Regular price 25c A fine assortment to choose from for only 17c Men's Silk and Rayon Hose Regular price 35c, for only Boys' Flannelette Pajamas Regular price $1.19, while they last Men's Broadcloth Pajamas Regular price $1.19, while they last 87c SALE Men's Neckwear A.11 new for spring, only Zipper and Button Sweaters MEN'E ALL WOOL Regular price $3.85, for only —. Men's Blue Chambray Work Shirts Full cut, first quality, all-"for service EOW only 37c Men's Lee Overalls During this sale onjy Boys' Dress Pants Regular price $2.45, for only $1.67 MEK'S COTTON & RAYON SOX ____

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