Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1938 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1938
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FOUR yonrs porlcnco nnd choice cnrefujly selected to« bnccos nre respon- This year buy United States Approved and Pullorum Tested chicks. Hatchery and Hatchery flocks supervised by the United States, Department of Agriculture. WELP'S HATCHERY Bancroft, Iowa YOUNG COUPLE WED MONDAY AT LIVERMORE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA May 10— Asnbel C. Mary J. Radii Were Safety LifeGuards remove the danger from high speed tire failure. LifeGuards are tires within your tires. Casing and tube may fail, but LifeGuard remains inflated, enabling you to bring your car to a safe, smooth stop—no lurch, no swerve, no danger. LIFEGUARDS SAVE MORE THAN THEY COST I • COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW YOU ARE ACTUALLY PAYING FOR LIFEGUARDS WHETHER YOU HAVE THEIR PROTECTION OR NOT I Dutch's Super-Service Specialized Lubrication, Crankcase Flashing, Motor- olu Car Radios, Goodyear Batteries, Greasing and V ashing, Standard Oil and Gas, Brake Service. PHONE 88 NATIQNAUY KNOWN FISHING TACKLE AT REDUCED PRICES ^- S-Plec STEEL CASTING RODS Enameled Wood Ha SOUTH BEND BASS BAIT 29c Thiiwhllp body and fid «««d n«*di no SOUTH BEND CASTING SPOON COMPACT TACKLE BOX Just the right box for the occ»- ilonal fliherman. 11H x SH x 0 Inch... Wlr. type h«£ilt, Vplll- proof lock. BRONSON REEL Level Wind Reel, Bakelite End Platei. GENUINE SOUTH BEND REELS . For luting latUf&c- tion, buy a SOUTH BENOt Level Wind All m»lal.Rad«nd whit.. R«v*rit lido nickel. SUPERB SILK LINE Hard Braided, Waterproofed PISH STRINGER FISH SCALER Genuine "Speed" Fish sealer. Does tile work in half the time. Pure Japan Silk. W« will replace any line not found iati«- factory. 18 Ib. teit. SO yardi Keep your fiih freth. Vie a Stringer. 4Vi Feet Lone. PONTIAC SILK LINE 18 Ib. Test. Pure Japan Silk. High quality, low price. DOUBLE SPINNER Attach to any line and hook. Will attract the fish. FLOATING 2-PIECE MINNOW BUCKET Heavy Gfllv. Slcol. Vonlil- died Cover. Llvermore, Brogan, and , ' --./ "• J-muil W (Jl tj married at the Lutheran parsonage nt i o clock Monday evening Thev were attended by Leonard Brogan brother of the bridegroom, and Emily Radii, sister of the bride. I he bride wore a gown of rose uulor crepe, with matching ' series. The maid of honor wore Officers Chosen For New P. T. A. Year at Swea City Swea City, Mny 10— The last P. who will start school next yenr at T. A. meeting of the season was the schoolhouse this Wednesday. The committee, composed of Mrs. Hugh Butterfield, Mrs, Harold Roba, Mrs. Harold Jones, Mrs. R. P. Bronlewee and Cora Pollock, as- her accessories navy blue, and were matching. The couple are both well known here The bridegroom is the so, of the George Brogans. Born 1, Winterset. he moved with his parents to this vicinity 20 years go He attended the Llvermore school and for several years has been a carpenter, first associated with his Present with George The bride was born in New York v a ", , moved w| th her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Radii Lu Verne this vicinity, ' ater oi first eet- number of are now farming near years, and Lu Verne. A dinner will be served Sunday ",.^e home of the parents of the bride for immediate relatives. Hotel lo IJ ( > Blscon tinned— eS ^ r , Smith - Waterloo, was re Monday to begin work on 'he wtel building he recently bought He plans extensive repairing, and t is not his intention to operate a held Monday at the high school auditorium, with a large number attending. Officers elected for next year are: President, Supt. A. H. Schuler; vice, the Rev. Mr. Harvey; sec.-treo'S., Mrs. Sam Rystad. The program consisted of four numbers by the town band, a piano solo by Benny Ditsworth, a puppet show 'by the third grade, and several selections sung by the third and fourth grades. j Other Swea City. The P T. A. is sponsoring a Physical 'check-up" of all children sisting doctors. Bancroft The J. C. Kennedys, of Hutchln- son, Minn., visited relatives friends in Bancroft Monday. and ICllvIO ill -i JtlllVji iri l> JH.UJH.IH.T t Mrs. C. M. Baker, daughter Monica, and Isabel Saunders visited Mrs. W. J. Welp at Fort Dodge Saturday. Mrs. Welp has been suffering from rheumatism for two weeks. Allan Murphy visited nt his i>ar- The Reuben Olson family will ents, the Thos. Murphy's over the have a-'house party next week-end, week-end, Allan is a student nt Guests will include 'Mrs. Marie the state college nt Ames. Hjorth and daughter Ellen, Gladys Ambrose Welp visited Sunday at Smith, Viola and Harold Lai-sen, C. M. Baker's. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Recker Sr. were dinner guests Sunday at the John Recker's, at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Mcrwyn Holding) Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker, and and Esther Olson, all of Mlnneapo- is. The "Martha" Circle of the Methodist Aid will be hostess to the other church societies of the town next week Wednesday at the church basement. hotel but expects to make a reere-JRoss, and H. L. Clark Burial will be removed. 'The --„ adjoining, which he also bought and which was the former farmers bank location, will be made into a cafe which the Smiths will operate. The Smiths are not ?£*"£" J?A h J? community, for Carrell cafe here fail i- more. Residence Changes Hit mis— idence of the late Mr. Mrs. . . Nicholas Ries. The Smiths, who nn apartment at the RJstau home, nre"haVing"the"intTrlo7°and t°™- Mr*. Jolin.Dnlton, at Hanson, and exterior nf »h» , L,,?/, " . alld Mrs. Maurice O'Hearn, at Ft. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Ncmmers surprised Mr. and Mrs. John Recker with a parly Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kohnke and Clara Nommcrs were visitors in ttstherville Saturday. Eileen Kohnke, who attends business colle/ge at Minneapolis', spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ko'jnke. Mrs. W. J. Hood and Mrs. Leo Saunders visited the former's sisters, Mrs. John Dalton, at Hanson, Dodge last week Tuesday. N. A. Saunders observed his 83rd birthday at his home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Saunders and Eleanor, and Alma Calry, of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Shilling and daughters, of wlndorn, Minn., Ambrose Welp, of Fort Dodge, Art Cogley, of Algona, and Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Baker were dinner guests to help celebrate tha occasion. Illinois Aunt Pics. Fenton, May 10— J M. E. Burwash received a telegram Friday telling of the death of an aunt, Mrs, Alice Baxter, Chipman, 111. Mr. Bur- wish nnd son day mon,lr,K Sunday. Tuesday. •Don Irvlngton, M..,y~ fignin started th<> of sheep. F rl(1 ., v were killed , u n, ivi(1 many others \v< T J 10 **. kll '«l suvoral ,• L, E. Colwf.nv. ..„, al ': 11(1 sonic ;,„, dogs had to l,o ;i, ()l ; s t, , *uu,rill£3 H ter the building burned. Vffend 31 rs. Arnold Services— Among those from here who at/ended funeral services for Mi-o Frank Arnold at Humboldt Monday were the H. L. and Ross William Kings Ch"rl P , Browns, Mrs. Bert Sown, Si the T \v Tj«,,.:i.i._ ni , . ' t-iiu tut- of * •, . -, Mi<B - Aniold Mesdames Ranej exterior of the newly pur- id home redecorated, and as soon as the job is completed they 'will move in. School Pntos Announced— The schedule for the closing program for the Livermore school has been announced as follows- operetta, Thursday; the senior class play Thursday and Friday ,' baccalaureate, Sunday commencement next week and - ' " —^n^^jiivrut llUAt weBK Ma 27 SCh ° 01 Wl11 Close °" WANTED-USED BICYCLES WE pay cash.—Joe Bloom. Su34 FOR SALE -USED BICYCLES, and Silver King Seed corn 3 m i Seine E ' Whltt *mo re .-Frank or girls.—Joe Bloom. 8 u34 | AM ROUTING MY REGISTERED ~ " I snrrol i>n n » T»~I. • . -.- wju WANTED—CATTLE TO Ray Lieurance, Burt. Pasture 7p34-3f FOR SALE-PUREBRED FALL 'boars.—Joseph Skow, Wesley. 9P3 FOR SALE-QUALITY FOODS "alt Prices. — Long's Foot 11C34 new Shop. low FOR SALE _ YEARLING HERE ford bulls.— Elmer Ellingson LOANS — REFINANCING r payments. — Western SuS'Otf o Ca FARMERS, WILL BUY YOUR red isS^sSr 1 %8-sj "asgJTKSS?^ _ W. Dmgley. Ilu34 FOR SALE-OAK POSTS, corner 'Posts, and braces.—F. S. Thomp- 12p34-35 son, 26F12. FOR SALE—SILVER KING SEED corn, $2 per bushel. — F S i^.^li 12p34-35 FOR SALE—1932 CHEVROLET 2- rln 0 ^ m , excellent condition,- ied Engel, D au Garage. I3p34 'ANTED—45 HEAD CATTLE TO Pasture, plenty shade and water 4 miles west Titonka on Carl Carlsen place.—Victor Fitch. 20p34 FOR RENT—MODERN 4-ROOM apartment with electric refrigerator and stove, available June 1, adults only.—G. D. Shumway. u34 sorrel roan Belgian stallion Telephone 445. I will bring him to your barn.-H. M. Colwefl. 20u33-34 _ - —-- iv ^M-«i-<*WUiMjE ]\ didacy for supervisor in the 4th district on the democratic ticket! - '•"^ v_ou_uv;i U.UU Ll —Charles H. Newel, Fenton. tains ring, necklace, and old-fash ioned picture.—Write to Mrs. Ri^h ard Wegner, Lu Verne, Iowa, fo FOR SALE OR TRADE — CASH grocery in small Bob, 9F23. town. — Call 12p34 FOR SALE—20 ACRES ALFALFA hay; also while duck feathers.— Mrs. Jake Winkel, 20F13. Mp34 FOR SALE, CHEAP—1935 CHEV- rolet town sedan, good condition.— Skelly Oil Station, Algona. 13u34 reward. 2Sp3 T APARTMENT avail h „ De 1: livhlg room - Wtch. bedroom and bath. Hot sof bath 6 '' y ^ ar al ' ou » d . shower and tub and water fui'nished per montl ,_ c , 19p33-36 FOR SALE—EXTRA FINE FIELD Earliana tomato plants delivered. These are extra -"Stew" Mc- 21u34 fin tine, sturdy plants. Fadden. MAN WANTED TO SUPPLY CUS- ProZt" Poducts . es- Busmess established, earn- ONE MINUTE WASHER — 4 0 th anniversary year! Appliance crafsmen since .1898. See the latest handsome One Minute models u W. Swanson. 18(2)34 POULTRY FEEDERS! - SEE our Hudson Cafeteria Feeder. No •m-t / - f ° £ loggin S- Just fill and orget it.—Howard Hardware ment. ings average $25 starts immediately. Watkins Company Minnesota. A, Algona. No invest- weekly, pay -Write J. . D98, Winona, 24p34 ROUTING THE BLACK MAM- moth Jack-Duke No. 2059 (tor- owned by C. L. Blank, of proven breeder, sires bone mules with qualitv S °'*5» »»?>•. - S»42& . _ vereU Faith, phone 853, Algona. 32p34-37 WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY CAN didacy for ..the republican nom nation for supervisor of the Sec - district in the June primaries A. Samson. 21p30-3 WANTED—SECOND HAND Model j- • r _ d roatjster or coupe. Fail reasonable. Ask Ad- BATKROOM FIXTURES — SPEC lal showing of towel bars, soap dishes, and other bathroom neces sities. Very inexpensive. — Holtz bauer's Tin Shop. 18(2)3 GORGEOUS SILVERWARE—SEP latest chest combinations in 188 Rogers Silverware. New patterns New values. The perfect weddin gift.—Lusby's 19(2)3 condition, vance. CONSOLE PIANO, BALANCE S2 weekly. See this bargain in Algona.—St. Paul Music Co., Box 23 St. Paul. 15 34 ' FILMS DEVELOPED AND printed — Any size film, 30c for 8 regu- Pictures and one enlargement .— Lusby's. 17(2)31tf USED MACHINERY — THERE IS ready demand for used farm machinery. Tell Advance farm readers what you have for sale. 34tf IMPROVED KOSSUTH RELI- ance corn, ?2.25 per bushel and down.—Arthur L. Look, Lu Verne, 13p33-35 fowa. FREE—JOHNSON'S FLOOR WAX, buy a can, get a can free paste liquid, Glo-Coat. — Long's Food bhop. 17C34 FIRES OUT! NOW'S THE TIME RELIABLE MAN WANTED OX call on farmers in Kossuth coun ty. No experience or capital re quired. Make up' to $12 a day Write Mr. Thomas, P. O. Box No 156, Waterloo, Iowa. 30p3 I AM A CANDIDATE FOR COUN ty supervisor of the Second dis trictjm the republican ticket a primary. Your suppor will be greatly appreci ated.—A. R. Cruikshank. 30p27-3 the June and vote BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS— . Low rate, long time funds from an IOWA COMPANY. See me for prompt closing, no commission. — Edward Capesius, Heise bldg., Al gona. 25-33tf HOG FEEDERS! SARGENT MIN- eral Meat 'Meal is guaranteed to save five 'bushels corn per hundi-oc pounds gain, We have tion. — Anderson Grain informa- & Coa 24(2)34 and naces, FOR SALE-OAK RADIO WITH new aerial, good working order 514; kitchen cabinet, $15; breakfast set with 4 chairs, $5; dining room suite, French walnut, . Colonial Fur- Des Moines, Iowa. 18-34 FOR SALE—POTATOES, EARLY and late; also Kossuth Reliance ington. 30u34 LOST — BETWEEN BANCROFT and Algona, on highway, ladles' black purse, initials E. W., con- National Tire Safety Week—May 14-21 Let us check over your tires We have a complete freah stock of General and Gillette Tires Our prices are competitive Liberal Allowance on your used tires GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLY ! Phone 118 nni 207 t ATTEN rewards. Our Save fro ^ o - coast to coast claim non-resti-icted — standard coverages. Buy standard Barre. NOTICE OF 1'UOIJATE OF WILL No. 4389. State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. 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 of Alice Holtzbauer, deceased, dated November 17, 1934, having been this day 5iled, opened and " read, Tuesday, the 7th day of June, 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, May 11, 1938. (Seal) KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court. Alma Pearson, Deputy. I. C. McMAHON, Attorney. 34.35 Big Drop in No. 10 CANNED FRUIT! This is the time of year to start using the fruit, so as to save some of your own'canning Long's Food NOW SHOWING—COMEDY RIOT JOAN BLONDELL in "THERE'S ALWAYS A WOMVv' 3fo. !) March of Time—Nazi Germany" /„ Anstr , a SATURDAY, MAY 14 "" SMASHING SATURDAY SPECK) i American Legion Convention in >>«• Vni-i- for background. P Phis Plus "Popeye" SM J "Good Looking Winners" BAKE SALE "he Good Hope Ladies' Aid nil hold a bake sale Satur- ay, May 14, at Mrs. Setch- lls Millinery store, start- ng at 10:00. SUJfDAY AND MONDAY, MAY 15 AND 10 IT'S TO PUT IN YOUR VEINS! City Release Pathe News Himber Harmonies "Stockholm — Pride of Sweden" BINGCROSB! MARY CARLISLE BEATRICE LILLIE ANDY DEVINE Apricots NO. 10 CAN ||« == GROCERY SPECIALS Friday - Saturday - Monday M |-| Lse our new delivery service and take a ( ]vnnfno.« t « /I </» 4 d ail} r , 8:80 and 10-00 « ™ I OA eso s P eclft » Prices. 43c TOWS LcX Store Soda Crackers Pork and Beans Van Camp's 1 ()•<>/. CilHS 5 cans 29c IGA, all M ^ a flavors—.. *lpkgs. I 9C Wax Paper, 40-ft, 9^ Dawn Tissue ___ 3 rolls 19< Matches, IGA __6 boxes 21 p Ovaltine Choc can 34c BKOWN BETTY COFFEE Fancy A m^ Cannister___ C Lbs.47C •o/. jar OHOCO.ATE:^-;;:^™- WHEATIES Boxes. Wheat Puffs __2 boxes Corn Flakes, Ige. _2 for Bice Puffs ____2 boxes Cocoa, IGA 1 Ib. SWEET PICKLES Ginger Snaps, fresh, Ib. m Coffee, Blue G. free dish.'lb ——»«• "WBB** 1 49 pounds Corn, standard No. 2 can*" " 3 Pineapple, fresh, large size"^ for 29c BLACK BASPBEBBIES 300 Size Each parrots, fresh _______2 bunches I3c Oranges, Navel, med, size _2 doz. 29c Celery, well bleached _ lOc and I5c Lemons, dozen _ _ _ 25c New Potatoes _ _ ", g" Ibs. 25c Head Lettuce, large size - _______ 10c ~" IMOMATOES Ked Mild Cream CHEESE Fresh [)EK UVEE __ Armour's St»r SLICED BACON _ per lb - o Lbs ^._ 2 for 35C 25c —PerIb.32C FRESH MEATS Nice Tender 3 IBs. 25c BACON SQUARES _ p er lb . LABI Fresh i I Fresh Smoked »OLOGNA t _._ LAMB STEW LAMB PORK BOIL n,16c ».11c Per lb. 1 SC Per lb, 14C - Per

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