Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1938
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AT MEAL TIME FtttPAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 27 ANT) 28 Fancy Smoked Ham Cooked in Cans HICSC sweet, tender hams for the Sunday dinner. Also sup. : cold cooked ham lor the Memorial 1>ay IMcnle. These to Serve," 7 to D-lfo. fancy hums, at 39£ per lb. Luncheon Meats I i riinlcc assortment of "Kcady to Serve" cooked meats for tlie .Jttmeai f^ tter anA for pl 5 n ! c Sttl il!"' lcn cs. Four popular cold meats" all one kind or assorted, at 23* per pound. Beef Roasts , lender, juicy beef roast for the Sunday dinner can always be I tad at your Council Oak Market. A special price of 15$ and 18£ l )cr P° un< l ' or *' l ' s s ' Sliced Bacon Squares, i-lb. for 8c Smoked Bacon Briskets, pound 21c Large and Ring Bologna, pound _ 12£c [Ring Liver Sausage, pound 15c Palm Beach Salad Place mound of cottage cheese on shredded lettuce. Top .with red currant jelly. Surround cheese with luscious whole cements of Superb Grapefruit. Pot with fresh, strawberries. . Serve with Kraft French Dressing or Mayonnalrc. A special I price of 12£ on No. 2 Superb Grapefruit Hearts. EXTRA FANCY Light Meat Tuna hhe texture, color and flavor of this genuine light meat tuna I assures a most delicious salad. For a hot dish you cook tuna I in casserole with spaghetti, mushrooms and pimentoes. The No. |)j can of light meat tuna this week-end for 13^ Mushrooms Isiiced nnblcached buttons. Hothouse grown. Serve with steak, (chicken, lamb, and beef roasts. These fancy mushrooms add IfiaTor to soups, stews, gravies, and etc. For this sale a spec- |lal prde of 8£ on the 2-oz. can. Macaroni Products luacaronland spaghetti enter so many wholesome and delicious I'food WHiiblnations. The 2-lb. cellophane bag at a special price lot " BIRTHDAY OF WESLEYANJ6, IS OBSERVED Wesley, May 26-flenry Ilicke KOS3UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA was 76 years old Sunday 1 h ' home were Mr - and I Blackberry Pie ... r _, in nicely with any meat course. The nicest, plumpest •blackberries and the fullest cans may be had under the Morn- ling Light LabeL For this sale only, the No. 10 can. for 57£. Lipton's Yellow Label iThc ten with a world-wide distribution. Those who fancy a Ihlgh (iiinlity black tea can buy a supply at this sale at a special price. The M-lb. pkg. for 2O£ and the %-lb. pkg. for 38£. Sum-R-Aid Nectar This delicious thirst quencher made in the following refresh- 'dg flavors 5 grape, raspberry, orange, strawberry, wild cherry «d lemon-lime. 5t bottle makes Vz gallon, bottle makes 4 gallons Dill Pickles i full part jar of genuine Gedney Dills for 17£. Crisp, brittle dills of uniform size. Pickles that do not have hollow ccn- Hcrs, and have a real dill flavor. Swedish Rye Mfierent than ordinary Rye Bread. "We arc sure you will like I better for meat and cheese sandwiches. This light, fluffy pad baked by a Stockholm Formula and sold only at The looncil Oak Stores. Evaporated Apricots > pound of the bright meaty apricots selling at 15<i per pond represents 5 Ibs. of fresh apricots. The ruddy color •nd delicious tart flavor makes them a desirable breakfast lance. Tomatoes iere is real satisfaction In opening the can and finding it full | the top with meaty, red ripe tomatoes. Just such tomatoes ft Council Oak this week-end In the No. 2 can for 8<S Council Oak Cof tee 1 Witty blend that is roasted fresh, dally in our own plant. [•round as you buy it to fit your method of making coffee. Our pwrjrday Ion price is 25* per pound or 8 pounds for 73* i J'ou may exchange the empty bags for useful premiums. Ivory Soap iwty soap is kind to everything it touches. The soap that Is praer limn 99% pure. Buy a supply at our special week-end inces. Guest Ivory at 4* per cake, and the large 10-oz. fam- IS size for 94. CALIFORNIA ORANGES, dozen _23c CALIFORNIA GRAPEFRUIT doz. 29c TEXAS TOMATOES, per pound ___8c . ,,, s. Frank Rlcke, Doone, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ilicke and daughter, of Portland Woman's Club Hears County President '—• " '"-••* r ll'*'l'» r l'^ITIITII'^l'^ll'^ll-'ll'"-3 HYBRID SEED CORN We still have a few/bushels of Iowa 931 unsold. Also a small amount of the new E5, Try this on your late planting or low ground. K you have never grown Hybrid corn try an acre "us year. We can supply the seed in 'small quantities for trial plots. ERSON GRAIN & COAL CO, •<«»P«»«»»9ff»9Pilf!99«mililll Vote For Mrs. Katharine McEvoy Democratic fpr J£pssutli County OF COURT appreetete yp«y hejp m my campaign '''iiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil T)I i r Minn., the Lawrenc Hlcko family, 0 £ Williams, Mr. an Mrs R J. ThlBson and son Ed ward, Algona, the Gco. Ricke fam T?fV St ' ? e " edlct ' the William Kicke and Raymond Ricke famil ies, and George Goetz, of Wesley Louis, of Pestina, and Roman, Sac City, were unable to come. Teachers Oo to Homes- Coach Wesley Baddeley left fo his home at Williams Saturday. H will teach at Gilbert next year. Ge sina Shutter went to her homo in West Bend Friday evening. Sh was re-elected.. Loren Johnson 1m gone to her home in Lima Springs and Mabel Stage to her home in Grlnnell. The latter will teach in Woolstock next year. Girl for 1'aul Engens— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Engen are parents of a girl born Friday af ternoon at the Forest City hos pltal. She weighed five pounds Mother and baby are getting along nicely. The Hans Engens, of Swca City, came Saturday night to visi at their son Paul's and get ac quainted with their new grand daughter. Receive First Communion— A class of nine children received first holy communion at'the Catholic church Sunday morning. They were Joice Ann Hildman, Rosemary Studer, Wanda Sherman John Seller, Leander Studer, Bobby -ickteig, Cletus Studer, Mathias Kellner, and John Garman. New Coach is Hired— Paul Netdwig, of Ridgeway, was hired last week as coach, and will also teach general science, phys- cs, and two classes in history. He s a graduate of Upper Iowa uni- ersity, Fayette. He has won let- ers in baseball and participated n inter-mural basketball. 'amily Has Busy Sunday— The infant son of Anthony Hild- nan was baptised Lawrence Edyard Sunday afternoon. The oungest girl, Joice Ann, received ler first Holy Communion that morning and the oldest girl eived her eighth grade diploma i~n tie afternoon. Mshcrnien are Active— William and Everoul Loebig, Grille Kollasch and George Kelsh vent fishing at Lost Island Satur- ay night. Tom Forburger and Alert Bleich spent the day Satur- ay fishing at the same lake, and ad a good catch. I. H. Raneys Have Guests— Dr. and Mrs. Raymond WeiJe- mier, of Newell, and Dr. and Mrs. "leo. Weidemier, of Lytton, were unday evening guests at the H. H. laney's. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rariey, Vlgona, visited the Raneys Sunday fternoon. rlinnry Teacher leaves— 'Agnes Boyev, primary teacher, eft Monday for Hampton to visit er sister Elma, teacher there. Af- er taking a short trip they will go ome to Mt. Pleasant. She has een re-elected for the coming ear. aby Is Christened— The boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Drummer last week was christened William John Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs . John Weig, parents of Mrs. Drummer, were sponsors. Saturday to Be Poppy Day- Mrs. George Vitzthum and her workers will be on the streets Saturday selling popples. The poppy quota ofr Wesley is 300. The funds will be used for ex-service welfare work. Will Attend Convention— Several, members of the Congregational Y. P. S. plan to attend a convention at Houston, Minn., from Saturday to Memorial day. Some are attending as delegates. Crowd at Baseball Game— 'A large crowd attended the first home baseball game Sunday, with Wesley losing to Titonka, 4-2. Battery for Wesley, Bernard Erdman and Carl Froelich. Principal Goes Home- Dorothy Shanuahan, high school principal, left Sunday afternoon for her home at Wllliamsburg. She was re-elected. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Albert Dirksen and three children, Albert Lea, Minn., came last week Tuesday to visit two weeks at the parental Barney Meuhe's. They will visit a few days with Mr. Dirksen's N brother Walter at Woden. Guests at the Milton Giddings home Friday were Mr, and Mrs, A. E. Giddings, Gordon Giddings and son Robert, and Mrs. May Harris and daughter Mary. The occasion was the first birthday of their son Marvin. Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Flom entertained the Elmer Johnsons, of Lone Rock, Sunday. Jean Johnson returned home with them after attending school here this year and Portland Twp., May 24 — The Portland Progress club met last week Thursday at Mrs. Alfred Godfredson's for a Mothers' tea. Roll call was answered with mothers day Quotations. The program consisted of songs by Maxine Dickmeyer; recitation and song, Joan McWhorter; a song ,by Darlene Shipler; and a report of the recent national federated club convention at Washington, D. C., by Mrs. Mary Woodward, Whittemore, county president, who attended. Mrs. Samuel Winchell poured, and decorations were a May pole on the table and large roses at the corners in a pink and green color scheme. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames E. B. Dittmer, S. M. Peterson, and Henry Smith. Peppy Pals Meet Saturday— The Portland Peppy Pals 4^H club met Saturday with Virginia and Mary Janice McWhorter, and the program was: music memory and picture memory selections; talk on becoming hair lines, Viola Trenary; paper on planting-flowers and shrubs, Lavina Jandl. The leader, Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, the H. D: A., Lucile Pepoon, and Letha Mann attended. School Picnic at Algona— The Portland No. 8 school closed Friday with a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call State park, 30 attending. There were races and games in the afternoon for children and grown-ups. Mrs. Peter the home folks and took Robert Keith back with them Sunday fo a visit. The Stanley Keiths are away on a vacation trip to western points. Mrs. Larsen Is the forme Katherlne Keith. IMr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shtaefel, o Waterloo, spent Sunday at ; S. M Peterson's, and from there the Heldt won a "fat women's' and Mrs. R. S. McWhorter a race, "thin women's" race. Letha Mann was teacher. Other Portland. Barbara Jean Hott and Mrs. Stanley Larsen, Waterloo, came Saturday for a short visit with pleasure trip. Mrs. Larsen is daughter of the Petersons. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Mann and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mann spen Sunday with the Mel Petersons farmers south of Fort Dodgp. Mrs Peterson is a daughter of the E 0. Manns. 'Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Lone Rock, was a guest Monday at Mrs C. E. Slgsbee's, and her son Donald stayed for the week. Mrs. Bierstedt is a daughter of the Sigsbees 'Mrs. Alice White and a Mrs Waukons, Waukegan, 111., were over last week Thursday night guests at Ray McWhorter's. Mrs, White is Ray's sister. 'Mrs. Jenny Davidson, Osceola, came recently to spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs. William Ringsdorf. lona Godfredson started household work at Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer's, Algona, Sunday. Violet Long is employed for short time at the John Long Sr. home, near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning spent Sunday^at George Godden's, Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle, Algona, were Sunday visitors at Ray McWhorter's. Lyla Olsen, Burt, Is helping Mra. Sumner Parsons for a few weeks. Darrell McFarland spent two days at Cecil Long's last week. 'Darlene Brayton started work Monday at Martin Larsen's. MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE, 6URT, IS ANNOUNCED' 24—Decoration day be held Monday Burt, May ervices will morning, May 30, at the Presby- :erian church, and the address will be given by the Rev. J. M. Doms pastor. Mary Ann Smith will sing a solo. Following the service, the graves of veterans will :be decorated. Knoll Post will have charge of the exercises. 0. H. Graham is 'ost commander. Brother to be Graduated— Edna Button, Fort Dodge, Dr. nd 'Mrs. W. A. Jones, and Mr. and <frs. Royce Bahnson, Kirksville, o., were week-end guests at Dr. K. Bahnson's. Eoyce Bahnson, rother of Doctor Bahnson, will be raduated from the osteopathic chool at Kirksville in a week or wo. Doctor and Mrs. Storey, Ledard, spent Sunday afternoon and vening at the Bahnson home. utlioran Celebrate Festival— The Lutheran -church celebrated is annual mission festival Sunday, 'he Rev. Mr. Richmann, pastor, reached at a morning service, 'here was a picnic dinner at noon, nd in the afternoon by the Rev. Heinrich, (Mallard, preached. A ood-sized audience attended each ervice. Vomen to Clean Church- Members of the Methodist Aid irlll meet at the church next week Wednesday morning to clean the uilding. Each member is to bring covered dish and sandwiches. In he afternoon a monthly business meeting will be held. ttend Whittemore Shower- Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, with her aughters, Evelyn and Mrs. Waler Sorenson, attended a shower unday at Whittemore for Verda VIeyer, who is to marry William Ostwald, relative of the Bierstedts. •T. G. Sewicks Grandparents— Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick were called to Emmetsburg Friday by news of the birth of their first grandchild, a son, born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth May. The Sewicks came home Sunday. W. .T. lockwood's Father Sick— The W. J. Lockwoods were called to Hardy one day last week by word of the serious Illness of Mr. Lockwood's father, who suffered a stroke a few weeks ago. Fenton Man Has Accident— Arnold Klatt, Fenton, who fell and suffered a broken arm above the elbow Friday, was brought to Doctor Bahnson. for medical care. Teachers Hare a Party— The teachers had a chicken dinner at Cook's, Algona, Monday evening, followed by a theater party. . Other Bart News. Mrs. Lydia Evers, Colesburg, with her daughter Alice and Verda came Friday for a few days at W. H. iSclvwietert's. Mrs. Evers is Mr. Schwietert's sister, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert, son Willard, and another son Lester, Clear Lake, also the E. C. Schwieterts, were Sunday supper guests at the Schwietert home. Frances Vaughn spent the week- ranee's. The Methodist Woman's Home Missionary society will meet Saturday afternoon at .Mrs. G-. J. F. Vogel.s. Mrs. A. H, Meinzer and Esther and Ruth Hodgson were Fort Dodge visitors Tuesday. "" ----' Mrs! ~ - Ernest Rolfe. Dr. Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle were Sunday dinner guests at the Vaughn home son Myron. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling and Esther Bahling spent Sunday at the Everett Teems hqpie, Elmore. Mrs. Teems is their niece. Dr. B. K. Bahnson took a Fenton ^patient to the Methodist hos- pitalat Des Moines Tuesday to consult Dr. J. P. Swartz. Dr. Nick Sabricus and Prof. A. W. Rudnick, of, the State college, Ames, were dinner guests Friday at L. E. Roetman's. The L. E. Roetmans spent the week-end with Mr, Roetman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G-. Roetman, Sanborn. Donald Worden, who was graduated from the Dows high.. s school one day last week, came home Sunday. Mrs. Maude Hanna, Alice ighme, and Darlene Brayton were Sunday dinner guests at J. W. Dor- City visitors Saturday. The Smith brothers have 'been making repairs on the sidewalk Zelma Gifford and a friend, Wil- and brought Frances back with .bordering their store." them. Doctor Clapsaddle attended the funeral of Doctor Fraser at Algona Sunday. A. C. Wickwire, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham, and the Graham, son Dickie, all of Des Moines, spent the week-end at J. H. Graham's. Mr. Wickwire is Mrs. Graham's brother, and Harold Is a son of (Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Graham. Mrs. Clara Olson and Esther Bahling took Mclvina MCChane to Fort Dodge last week Thursday to catch a train for her home at LaPorte. She had spent a week or two at her uncle Harry McChane's. Lois Graham, who had been teaching a rural school near Mason City, came home Sunday for a week or two with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham. iMr. and Mrs. A. J. Lewis, Ames, spent Sunday at C. B. Chipman'fi. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis is the wife of the Chlpman llam. Devol, TItonka, spent SundaJJ at Jacob Gtfford'e. IMr. and Mrs. H. H. Widdel, Fenton, spent Friday evening at Dr, B. K. Bahnson's. Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf was a Sunday dinner guest at William Ringsdorf's. The Arthur Fandels spent Sunday at Herman Fandel's, Whittemore. The Martin Larsens visited the Arthur Larsens at Lu Verne Sunday. VACATION Money In a Hurry When You Need It! You con borrow ISO up to pay taxes, insurance, medical, dental and hospital bills, lor business or other needs, with your car as collateral—and keep right on' using your car Low monthly payments arranged to lit your income P. J. 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Botsford Lumber Company JEff POOL, Manager PHONE 256 • TO 15° COOLER IN SUMMER 20 TO 30% SAVING IN WINTER ALL-MINERAL • FIREPROOF » VERMINPROOF « ROTPROOF staying with the Floms. The Ole Floms, Mrs. Esther Skow and Harold, Grandma Skow, and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Paulson had a picnic gathering Sunday honoring Ethel Flom, who was graduated this year. Leila Wester came from Ames for Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bmll Wester. The Karl Wester family returned to Keasau- qua Sunday after a week with, his folks. . . Mr. and Mrs. Amwoii Lease ana son Burrell returned Sunday night from Urbana, where they had gone to attend the funeral of Mrs, Lease's mother, Mrs. Fred BurrelL Irene and Arlene Haynes were home over the week-end. Irene i? night nurse in the Kossutn hospital at Algona, and Arlene is office girl at the Mft^well Motor Co. Gordon Glddlngs end son -Rob- rt drove to Des Moines Sunday to Isit Mrs. Giddings, who is in a anitarium there. He reports her onditlon Improving. Mrs. B. J. Meuhe and Ruth, and frs. Albert Dirksen and three hildr.en, Albert Lea, visited Monay afternoon at Ed Hlldman's. (Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goetz, Lortta Lloyd and daughter Stella pent Monday in Charles City, tella remained for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins at- ended church in Algona Sunday nd were dinner guests of the later's brother, James McGee. 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dirkson and on L'arry, of Woden, were Sun- ay afternoon and evening guests ; Thomas Forburger's. The Supt. Eldon Ravlin family ioyed this week jnto the George auptman house recently vacated y Delbert Benton. Erma Ward came home Satur- ay., Her school at Rudd closed rlday with a community picnic, he was re-elected. Mrs. Irene Studer Is working at Martin Seller's at St. Benedict. A oy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Seier last week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon at- ended a state undertakers' con- entlon at Des Moines last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pannkuk, of Fairmont, Minn., were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Ben Hopkins home. Paul Johnson and Eleanor Johnson, Mason City, visited last week With their parents, the David Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cook, of Renwick, were guests at the home. Sunday dinner Milton Giddings Dorothy Jane Welter, Corwitb., came last Wednesday and visited till Sunday at Edw. Loebig's. The Cbas, Kraus family spent Sunday "with, the Jacob Kraus family at Manly. Mrs. Hiram Ackerman, of Burt, called at Helen Johnson's Sunday afternoon. Ethel Braley spent the week-end with friends at Clear Lake. The Wesley Tigers will play at Ringsted Sunday. BUILDER SIXES BUllDlMG SUPREME iflore than 3 out of every 5 motor cor buyers today are choosing sixes, And, of course, the most popular six of all is this new Chevrolet-the Six Supreme! Discriminating people prefer it because of its high quality ... because of its great value... because it's the only low-priced car with all these fine car features! * "You'll be AHEAD with o CHEVROLET!" PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES 83-H.P. VAIVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE GENUINE KNEE-ACTION* ALL-SIUNT, ALL-STEEL BODIES SHOCKPROOF STEERING* TIPTOE-MATIC CLUTCH Wfi MOTOR CO. «<M* filler Gargle, fitQiJfei 8TANP G1E4GE,

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