Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1938 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN WantAd* I FOR SALE—5 GOOD CALVES. — Charles Egel, Irvington. Si AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING, Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8u30U FOR SALE—TWO CHOICE, highly improved farms near Algona.— F. W. Dingley. . Uu3 . t SOME GOOD WORK HORSES for sale.—('. L. McVay, phone 791. _ 10p37 FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN HEIFER calves.—C. R. Schoby, pnono 28F31, Algona. 10p37 COBS FOR SALE—$1 A LOAD AT farm.—Carl Hutcnins, phone 24F3, Algona. 13 P 37 LOST — WALTHAM 15-JEWEL watch, near postoffice. Reward. —Howard Webster. Ilp37 ,TEN ACRES OF ALFALFA HAY for rent for season. — W. H Brandow, Algona. I2p3 KOSSUTtt CQttNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA FIVE TEACHERS NOT TO RETURN FOR NEXT YEAR Three to Wed, Others Accept Positions Elsewhere, Supt. 0. B. Laing announces thnt five teachers have resigned or turned back proffered con- .vacts. They will either marry or lave other jobs elsewhere. Ruth Arnold, third grade teach- will be married this summer. .ucille Ward, who taught hlrd and fourth grades at the the I HAVE A REAL GOOD FARIV buy in eastern Kossuth.—L. 0 Stuart, Clear Lake, la. 15p3 FOR SALE—ABERDEEN- ANGU bulls. — Bush Bros., 5 miles straight west of Rodman. 13p37--<lO SPECIAL ON LEGHORNS!—U. S approved, pullorum - tested. — Wclp's Hatchery, Bancroft. 10u37 FOR SALE—GOLDFISH AND aquatic plants for outdoor pools.— Algona Greenhouses. 11U36-37 FILMS DEVELOPED AND printed —Any size film, 30c for 8 regular pictures and one enlargement FREE.—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 I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY candidacy for supervisor in the Third district on the republican ticket.—H. J. Presthus. 18p35-37 WANTED—MIDDLE-AGED WOM- an for housekeeper and companion.—Call at 502 N. Jones or telephone S28-W. l(Ju37 -»*«"»«.•» a * uu^o tiL ui.it; Ihird ward building will teach at next year. Gladys St. Benedict Girl is At S o'clock at the St. Benedic Catholic church this week Wednes clay morning Marcella, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner, St Benedict, became the bride o jawrence Recker, of Alta Vista ion of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Reck er, St. Benedict. The Rev. Father Kramer, St Benedict pastor, performed a single-ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate families and close friends of bride and bridegroom. The Lohengrin wedding march was played by Mrs. Clarence Sienier. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white satin, with lace Council Bluffs „ , ivii Bieghler, who taught the fifth'jacket, and a cap"s"haped" veil with and sixth grades and music, will train, and other white accessories. of at- be married, as will also Florence Young, high school teacher. Doris White has resigned to teach speech at Englewood, 111. Three New Teachers. Mr. Laing also announced that three new teachers have accepted :on tracts. Alice Mae Chester, Cumberland, will be a grade teacher. She taught at Charter Oak during the last year. Miss Chester is graduate of Simpson college. Margaret Hedges, Mount Vernon, will also be a grade teacher, and Marion Blair, Mendota, 111., will be ninth grade English and T jatin teacher. Both are this year ;raduates with B. A. degrees from Jornell college. FOR SALE—MANCHU SOY bean seed; also blue grass creek pasture for rent.—E. M. Gross, four miles east and three miles north of Algona. 27 p37 FOR- SALE—ONE 6-FT. McCormick-Deering mower, good condition. One oats huller. — Mike Arend, % mile east, % north of 21p37 FOR SALE—ABERDEEN ANGUS bulls and heifers. Priced reasonable. Farm four miles west of Humboldt on No. 10.—0. I. Good<^± 19p37-42 FOR THE JUNE BRIDE. — SE- lect silverware pattern and build set before the wedding. See new combinations and patterns at Lusby's. 20(2)37 Playgrounds Open for the Children The summer playground was op- ned Tuesday morning at 9 o'- lock under supervision of Fern 'eterson, Paul Berger, and Coach Findlay, local teachers. The Bryant playground is open from 9 to 11:30 for grades one to seven inclusive. The athletic park opens at 1:30 for grades seven to 12 inclusive. At the swimming pool special swimming lessons will be given for children on. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings. Next week there will toe a crocket tournament, a horseshoe tournament, track events, 'and competitive field games. At the opening of the playground Tuesday morning there were some 75 children present. 4 School Census to Be Taken in June Supt. Otto B. Laing will spend all of this month taking the annual schol census in the Algona independent district. He is required by law to list all persons from 5-21, regardless of whether they attend the local public schools. The school census law was recently revised, and Mr. Laing is also required to record names, ages, and postoffice addresses of all persons regardless of age who are defective in sight, and all from 5 to 33 who are defective in speech, hearing, or both, also all from 5 to 21 who are physically or mentally handicapped. Burgesses Back to School for 3 Days The Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Burgess will drive to Sioux City Saturday, where Mr. Burgess, a member of the Morningside i college board of trustees will attend a meeting in the afternoon. The Burgesses will attend the alumni services Sunday and commencement exercises Monday morning. Both the Rev. and Mrs. Burgess are graduates of the college. Their children, Roger and Muriel, will visit friends at Sheldon, the former family home, during the parents' stay at Sioux City. Getting Ready for City's New Engine Excavation at the light and power plant for the new power en. .».„„, .1.0,..,, Sine is progressing rapidly. Re- longer.—F. S. Norton & Son. (2)37 moval of the old engine base was completed early in the week. Pre- SUGGESTION—DO NOT BUY any •washer until you inspect the gear case. See One Minute Washers on display at L. W. Swanson's. . 32(2)37 I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY candidacy for supervisor in the Fourth district on the democratic ticket.—C. M. Gross, Lone Rock. 19p37 She carried an arm bouquet white calla lilies. She was » t tended by her sister Marie, who wore a sky-blue silk crepe dress, with accessories of white, and carried an arm bouquet of pink snapdragons. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Clarence. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served at 11:30 to 65 relatives and close friends at the home of the bride's parents. The newlyweds entertained relatives and friends at a wedding dance the same evening at the Kleinpeter hall at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Recker will live on a farm east of Alta Vista. Schomels 55 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Phiilp Schemel celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary Sunday, and all of their children but one were here. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rahm, Des Moines; the son Maurice, his wife, and children, Claire, LeRoy, and Julia; Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Schemel, Omaha, their six children, Reta Jean, Claire, Loretta, Margaret Mary Robert, and Mary Catherine; the eldest son, the Rev. M. A. Schemel Austin; and Mr. and Mrs. E A Schemel, Algona, with their son Mart. Mr. Rahm, former St. Benedict banker, is a statehouse official; Doctor Schemel is a dentist; and E. A. is cashier of the Security State bank here. (Mr. and Mrs. Schemel's youngest daughter, Sister Paulina, teaches at La Crosse, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel have lived in the county for 51 years, 19 of which have been spent in Algona. They farmed many years near St. Benedict. Mr. Schemel was born in Germany his wife in Canada. Methodist Aid Elects Today— The Methodist Aid will mee this afternoon (Thursday) at th church for one o'clock luncheoi On the entertaining committee wil be Mrs. W. C. McDougall, chair man, and Mesdames Glen Roland David Beck, R. O. Bjustrom, G W. Boevers, A. L. .Brown, J. F Black, Elsie Cady, Henry Dearchs Edw. Delano, Charles Ellsworth Bert Galbraith, W. H. Godfrey Lizzie Holm, C, R. Holt, William Hawcott, 0. S. Lindsay, Home Liudhorst, John McGuire, Ray mond Reid, M. A. Sabin, Mabe Sorensen, Walter Steven, L. N Thorpe, John Weber, W. H. Rock ey, and Donald Miller. In a pro gram some of the women wil model wedding dresses, starting with those of 50 years ago. Election of officers will be held. Dinner Honors Bridc-to-Be— Mrs. C. B. Murtagh will entertain at a 6:30 dinner this evening at her home honoring Ruth McMahon, who is to be married Saturday to Dr. Ralph Carpenter Iowa City. Out of town guests vlll be Mr. and Mrs. Sipes, Em- netshurg, and Lieut, and Mrs. Mel 'eterson, Annapolis, Md. Mrs. Sipes, Mrs. Peterson, and Miss MoMahon attended school to- ether. Mrs. H. E. Rist entertained at a :30 dinner last evening (Wednes- ay) honoring Miss MoMahon and er fiance. Lieut, and Mrs. Mel Peterson, Annapolis, Md., were also guests. Jfelsons Hold Beunlon Here— A Nelson family reunion was held on Memorial day at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Forrest Rice, Stanley, N. D.; Dr. N. L. Nelson, Ames, and a daughter; Harvey Simpson, Whittemore; Hugh Roberts and Mrs. Nell Mundhenk, Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Ostrum, Lyle, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Seastream, Louis Magnusson, Duane Lighter, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux, Hilm'a Ostrum, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ostrum, all of Algona. lows Hostesses to Highs— The "lows" in a series of Easy Ace bridge games entertained the 'highs" at one o'clock luncheon last week Thursday at Anderson's Cafe. The rest of the afternoon was spent at bridge at Mrs. Oscar Anderson's. Mrs. F. J. Laing was high; Mrs. Henry Furst, second; and Mrs. Louis Lynk won travel. Hostesses were the Mesdames MAN WANTED FOR NEARBY Rawleigh route. Real opportunity for right man. We help you get started. — Write Rawleigh's, Dept. 1AF-10-0, Freeport, 111. p37 I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the republican nomination for supervisor of the See- on district in the June primaries. •—Claude A. Samson. 21p30-37 GOT A PACKAGE TO MAIL, OR papers to file away for safekeeping? Ten sizes of heavy manila clasp envelopes at the Advance office at 2c to 5c each. BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS— Low rate, long time funds from an IOWA COMPANY. See me for prompt closing, no commission. — Edward Capesius, Heise bldg., Algona. 25-33tf INTERIOR PAINTS — IF YOU are planning home painting, see us for Pittsburgh Wallhide famous "One-Day Paint." Costs less, lasts MASH CONCENTRATE — 21 ES- sential ingredients, properly mixed, packed in one profitable way to feed. Mix with your own grain.—Anderson Grain parations are now being made to pour cement for the new 2* e !—• ??* " is hoped that & Coal (.' 26(2)37 I AM A CANDIDATE FOR THE democratic nomination for assessor of Riverdale township at the June primaries. Your vote and support will be appreciated.—William Hammer. 2Gp37 CLUB PAPER TO READ, speech to give, anything to bind for keeping, briefs or notes to preserve? Get a handsome colored brief and report filing cover, letterhead size, at the Advance office for lOc. ROUTING THE BLACK MAM- moth Jack-Duke No. 2050 (formerly owned by r. L. Blank, of Kanawha). A proven breeder, sires heavy bone mules with quality many of them .sorrels. — Everett Faith, phone 853, Algona. 32p34-3? be completed next week. The forms will be made this week. The doorway at the south in front of the excavation is being made larger, and a steel beam is being installed. -*• Lu Verne Votes for a New School Gym t Lu Verne, June 1—An 80% "yes" I vote was cast at Lu Verne town iliall from non till 7 o'clock Tues- j day on the question of building a new high school gymnasium. The work will begin in about two weeks under a W. P. A. proposition. There were 227 votes cast. On a -bond issue, there were 181 yeas and 44 nays; on transfer of funds from the general fund to the school fund, 182 yeas, 42 nays MAN WANTED—TO SUPPLY cus tomers with famous Watkin: products in Algona. Business es tablished, earnings average S2i, weekly, pay starts immediately.— Write J. R. Watklns Company, Dfi Winona, Minnesota. 24p3 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ATTEN tion—Safe driver rewards. Ou; policy holders always save from 20% to 30%—coast to coast claim service non-restricted — standarc coverages. Buy standard protection at lowest cost.—Algeria Insurance Agency, C. R. La Barre. 35tf33 THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL Life Insurance company has a few wel] improved, well located farms for sale in Kossuth and Hancock counties. If you are interested in the purchase of a good farm it will pay you to get in touch with J. G. Hanson, loan agent, 726 I. O. F. Blddg., Mason City, love,. 51(2)36-38 HOSPITAL GENERAL. May 29—Mrs. R. C. Willrett, Algona, boy. June 1—June Huling, Britt, adenoids and tonsillectoiny. REDUCED PRICES In baby chicks Leghorns $5.50, heavies $650 assorted cockerels, $1.90. Started chicks on hand in brooder $1 per week additional. Free paring knife Ha on Hatchery, Bancroft and Titonka. . _ ' 35u34tf WANTED—MAN OVER 25 AS district manager and salesman for large fastest growing auto insurance company. New low rates on full coverage policy. Exclusive territory. Full or part ttyne. Previous experience unnecessary — —Reply Mr. Whitehead, 419 5th, Des Moines. 38p36-37 I Chrischilles Store Laing, Elmer Phillips, James Allen, and Chris Wallukalt. The "highs" were the Mesdames Lynk, Furst, Roy Wooldrldge, and William Oeerlng. Party Honors Algonian's Sister— 'Mrs, J, 0, F. Price entertained at one o'clock luncheon Saturday in the Blue Room at the Hotel Algona in honor of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Brechtblll, who was celebrating a birthday. The hostess and guests adjourned to the Price homo following the luncheon. Out- of-town guest wore Mesdames D. E. Baughman, H. J. Shore, and Ethel Heater, all of Fort Dodge, and Marie Grover, Burt. Farewell for the O'Briens— Members of the Laf-a-Lot club and the husbands met Sunday evening at Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winkel'a for a farewell in honoi of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien, who will move soon to Clear Lake. Mr. O'Brien is a highway patrolman here. Bridge was played at 'our tables, Mr. and Mrs. James Watts winning the high family prize. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan were low. Poppy Day Held Saturday— The American Legion Auxiliary >oppy sale Saturday was not as arge as in. previous years, but ast year the Lu Verne sale was Jonducted from Algona. There vere 12 women selling, and receipts totaled • $185.36. Women tvorking In the business district vore red capes and caps. Farewell for Mrs. Pletcli— The Mesdames L. C. Nugent, W. . Adams, and Eugene Murtagh vill entertain at a one o'clock uncheon today at the Murtagh lome in honor of Mrs. H. W. 'letch, who, with her husband and amily, will leave this week-end to ive at Owatonna, Minn. Covers -111 be laid for 16. Dliange in Auxiliary Date— The Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday evening at 8 instead of his week Friday. There will be lection of officers, followed by ridge and other games. Junior members are invited to attend. Other Society. Mrs. George St. John entertain- d the O. N. O. club Wednesday af- ernoon at one o'clock luncheon. SSSS&nJ There are eight members In this bridge club. Mrs. W. E. McDonald, Mrs. E. W. Lusby, and Mrs. Minnie Long were club guests. 'Mrs. James Watts will entertain the Laf-fl-Lot bridge club next Wednesday. Ottosen Graduates Wed at Em'burg; Farm at West Bend Ottosen, June 1—At the Emmetsburg Lutheran church Saturday at 4:30 p. in. Eileen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Schneider, was married to Louis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson, the Rev. Mr. Thompson officiating in a single-ring ceremony. The bride wore a gown of white satin and net, with a fingertip veil, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Her attendant, Maxine Moade, Emnietsburg, wore black and white, with a corsage of sweet peas. The bridegroom was attended by his brother Harold. Helen Gaard, Cylinder, played a wedding march. Mr. and Mrs. Henrlckson are graduates of the Ottosen high school, Mr. Henrikson in the class of 1933, his bride in 1936. They are living on a farm south of West Bend. Ministers WH Picnick. A sub-district Methodist ministers' picnic will be held at the Ambrose A, Call state park Friday. Ten or a dozen pastors, with the wives, will attend. The Rev. F. Earl Burgess will be chairman. VISIT THE FREE FLOWER SHOW and PLAINT SALE WEDNES, JUNE 8 High School Gymnasium. Algona Call Mrs. Paul Wille concerning entries. Former Irvington Woman Loses Foot Irvington, June 1,—(Mrs, Dora Armstrong, Burt, who has had diabetes several years, had n. leg amputated just below the knee at Iowa City late last week. Charles Armstrong, Liverrnore, and Mrs. Nell Nellson, Spencer, son and daughter, drove to town. City to be with her Sunday. Other sons are James and Zelora, both of Dos Moines. A daughter .Mildred died a few years ago and Is buried at Irvington. Mrs. Armstrong's husband, James, died of a heart attack. The Armstrongs once'owned and lived on the farm now owned by Jacob Maasdam. Mrs. Armstrong is 75; Mrs, P. D. Schtchtl and her son Jerry are spending the week with the Jos, Wllhelmis, at Bancroft. Burt, win onto* PHd «-V for 1 or Iley ' . STOBAGEoi Distance and HOOD'S IGA STOI Friday, Saturday and Mondav Algona, Iowa p. "' Four Free Deliveries Dail p. Chrischilles Store Important sayings mark this first June sales event; you will find sucli remarkable bargains amonp the Coats, Suits, and early Spring Dresses, that you will say that "Happy days are here again/' All Spring Coats Are Now Radically Reduced There are three important price groupings in our Spring coats. The first group comprises about 25 fine garinents-both full length and tappers ?J ?™ '-,f r f y ',o avy ' tan ' and mi *tures, sizes complete SSS EtlMST ?15 -°°' ^ We ™ nS price of only $5.00 selection GroupTwo includes an even larger comprises the bulk of our entire 50 coats in all sizes from 12 t-aor Plenty of black and navy, in the season™ most f a vored materials-including eponges i velou? and other fine woolen fabrics afeally wonderful line, and we are selling them Group Three includes our famous boucle tweeds, the coat sensation of Spring l<m beautiful hard twisted coats come !n mostly mixtures', and you may have them in J?i 2? all sizes from 12 to 44. The price is___ $1 5.00 fcxtra size boucle twisted tweeds, 46 to 52, arTjlf.50 Suits Are Selling— Buy one at these low prices swagger models are included SUIT IN OUR STOCK may be bpught for either I am a Democratic candidate for County CLERK OF COURT Tow-rote W ill be appreciated POSTTOASTIES £.z*i Sandwich Spread, Carol quality 18-k De Luxe Catsup 14-oz., 2 botli,i Grapefruit IGA Fancy No. 2 2 cans 25c Sweet Pickles 20-oz. Carol Each _; 25c 18-k Corn Cream Style No. 2 2 cans 25c Red A Coffee 2 Ibs. 33c —^^ Peanut Butt« 18-k Nutty 16 oz. jar . Whole Kernel No. 2 2 cam! Cocoa Muehmore 2 lb. box Pork and Van Camp's, 5for _ CORN Fine NO. 2 Quality 4 Cans Flour, Gold Medal, 49-lb. bag "fl Flour, IGA, 49-lb. bag |J Flour, Gold Nugget, 49-lb. bag $1 Coffee, Folger's, 2'lb. can _ I Gelati ne, IGA, all flavors, 4 for 3 SUGAR • 0 Lb. Baj Peas No. 2 3 cans 25c Crackers 2-lb. box 15c Soda Pop 24-oz. Bottles All flay. 3 for 25c Coffee " Brown Betty 2 Ibs. 49 C Tuna Fish Light meat No. j can --..11 P. & G. Soapj 5 bars Hill's 5 for Dog Fa 16-oz, Cans Wheat Flake IGA large pkg, 2 for 11 BANANAS 5 ^^—^^_ _ . Lbs, New Potatoes, 10 Ibs. Oranges, med. size, 2 dozen Cabbage, new, pound FRESH MEATS LEAN BACON. _.lb,: RING BOLOGNA II D£££ SH °ULDER ROAST". - -ft, fl BEEF OVEN ROAST -lb. 18 LEAN BEEF STEW " 2 Ibs, f CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Jb,! GROUND BEEF OR PORK 2 lb».3| AMERICAN CHEESE 2 lb. box < MONDAY NIGI Ml TH 6 FAIRMONT ARMOfl M i N K i ; s o T A

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