Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1938
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JUNE 16. 1988 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA PAGE FIV« FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. JUNK 17 AND 18 School Vacation „ , lftn i children now have the time to get real enjoyment and S Tnriictlcnl business experience by doing part of the shop. "?««• for mother at Council Onk. A complete assortment of Ktlflcd Values" In duality foods. All plainly priced. Chll- i MI nrpfer to shop at Council Oak because of the guarantee of omplctc satisfaction that accompanies every purchase, Beef Roast n,tr market accepts the responsibility of supplying Sunday ""„,«, that will please. Our courteous meat cutlers are n l,n«« clad to help pick out n roast for special occasions. Ton- Jor, fine flavored beef at 156. 186 and 196 per pound. Fresh Pork *» HIP low price of 166 and 186 per pound wo have nice fresh pork roasts weighing from 2*6 to 5 Ibs. Slices of fresh pork steak at 196 I»cr Ib. Beef Steak (ihonldcr steaks cut from corn fed beef has a delicious and distinctive flavor. The price for this sale is 206 I>er pound. Dried Beef Wnfcr sliced dried beef In the M-lb. pkg. for 136 suggests ne,v potatoes with dried beef in cream gravy. "White Loaf" "A Most Thirsty Flour" Tho "thirst" of White Loaf for liquids Is an indication of quality The "thirst" of this high patent flour is the reason for more light, fluffy loaves per bag. Try a W-JJbl. bag of White Loaf at our special price of $1.39. FIRST PRIZE FLOUK, W bbl. bag $1.19 Raisins Bright, clean Thompson Seedless Raisins make excellent sandc and delicious pies. Place plenty of these healthful raisins in the rice pudding. The original 4-lb. bag of Seedless Raisins for 276 Blue Rose Rice White, quick cooking, whole grain rice for rice pudding and to iidd to soups. A week-end price onthis quality rice of 3 Ibs. for 136- ' ' .--LI ..... "Kix" A new ready-to-cat corn cereal. It's goodness puts a new kick in breakfast. Those who buy two pkgs. for 256 this week-end arc going to be more than pleased. Salmon Steak Fancy Salmon Steak cut from the middle of genuine Pink Sal- The choicest part of the salmon in 1 pound flat cans at Pageant Is Presented by Irvington S. S. Pupils mon. a special price of only 13* per can. Broken Grape Fruit Full rijiCi band peeled, Florida Grapefruit for cocktails and your favorite salad. As the fresh grapefruit season is about over you can use several No. 800 wins at our special price of 8*. SUPERB WHOLE KERNEL Golden Bantam Corn There need-be no regrets because corn on the cob is not yet.in season. Only the choicest corn in the field is packed nnder the "Superb" label. This tender, Golden Itantam costs a little more than ordinary corn, but what, a difference in the flavor. The So. 2 can at a special price of 11*. Clapp's Baby Food Add to Baby's comfort during the summer months by correct feeding. The strained or chopped Clapp's Baby Food as prescribed by your regular physician can be purchased at Council Oak. ( : Council Oak Bread A wide variety of Fresh Baked Bread from our model bakery. Council Oak Bread has a rich, satisfying flavor because our bakers do not scrimp on essential ingredients. Sold only by the Council Oak Stores. LIFE OF GIRL IS PUT ON THE AUCTION BLOCK IrvliiRton, June 14—The pageant Who Bids, wag presented at the church Sunday morning by 32 Sunday school ppils. Tho story was of a child (Kathleen Seip) at the crossroads of life, undecided what to make of herself. Then she is put on the auction block by Life (Lorrainne Thomas) for sale to the highest bidder. Tho church (Phyllis Maxwell) offered advice. Other bidders represented pleasure, weal.th, fame, and Christian service, these parts taken respectively by Shirley Roney, Nellie Sankey, Adella Lemkee, and Joan. Thomas, with other groups of Happy Moments, Greenbacks, and Winged Messengers, and Service attendants, all offering what they have. Finally taking the advice of the church, the child's life is sold to Christian Service, which offered the, "more abundant life." Heralds of Life were Paul and Robert Lemkee, Donald Asa, and Fred Hudson. Mrs. Orville Hedrick played piano accompaniments. Preceding the pageant music was furnished by the Boldridges. This was the first program in the Rev. Mr. English's ministry here when he was unable to attend, and his absence was felt. Aid 1'lnns Guest Bay— The Irvington Aid will have a guest day on Friday, June 24. The Methodist Aid, Algona the Good Hope Aid, the Lone Rock Presbyterian and the LuVerne Methodist Aids will be entertained. Nine from Irvington attended a guest day at Sexton last week Wednesday. The Aid will meet this week Thursday at the church, hostesses Mesdames E. H. Thomas and A. McLean. Tho Missionary society will meet Friday at the same place, Mrs. Nina Schichtl in charge, and topics will be The West Indies and The Philippines. A covered-dish luncheon will be served. Ifudson-Kgel Reunion Held— The Hudson and Egel families held a reunion at the Ambrose A. Call park Sunday. Attending: the Floyd VanSteinbergs and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Van Steinberg, Flint, Mich! Mrs. Louis Gangenmaier, Ft. Pierre, S. D., and a son, the Oran. Hudsons at Corwitb and the James Hudsons at Burt, the Ernest Egels, the Charles Deiblers, Algona, and the Charles Egels, the Paul Hudsons, and Mrs. Hattie Hudson. The get-together was planned in honor of the visitors from Flint and Ft. Pierre. Wm. Senne Barn is Burned at Titonka Titonka, June H—Tho firemen were called at 4:;50 last week Thursday afternoon to the William Senne farm, where the barn had caught fire of unknown origin. .When they arrived the flames were beyond control, and the barn and some hay were completely destroyed. The loss was covered by insurance. A hay stack 200 ftot away caught tirejind also burned. S, S, CHILDREN GIVE PROGRAM AT GOOD HOPE Good Hope, June 14—A crowd requiring extra seating turned out Sunday for the annual Children's day Anniversary at Good Hope. The church was a colorful bower of seasonal flowers which made a setting for the presentation of a miscellaneous program of 20 numbers by the junior and primary departments of the Sunday school. The committee on program included Mesdames Arthur Jackman, Ben Reid, Jacob Smith, Roy Sarcuet, Glen. Jenkinson, and James Knoll. Received into the church In full membership were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner, in preparatory iflem- bership, Charles Mittag and Frances Sorensen. The sacrament of baptism was administered to Lynette Karen, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Rutledge, Laura Loretta, infant daughter of Mr. ,-,pd Mrs. Lewis Broesdor. Harold Andrew, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, and Donald Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Riebhoff. Aid Entertains Three Aids- Last week Wednesday the Good Hope Aid entertained members of the Methodist Aids at Whitternore and Fenton and the Presbyterian Aid at Lone Rock. A miscellaneous program, consisting of devotions by Marguerite Gardner, piano solo, Olive Reid, cello numbers, Dorothy Reid, vocal duet, Irene Bjustrom and Maxine Dittmer, vocal duet, Marjorie and Dona Jean Mitchell, was bult about a play, Thanksgiving Ann, directed by Mary Wood. The cast included Mrytle Sorensen, Edna Mitchell Alta Lowrnan, Evelyn Dodds, anc Dona Jean Mitchell. The L. A. S president, Naomi Mitchell presided. Following the program refreshments were served in the dining room at tables with a color scheme of yellow and centerpiece of yel- JCC Boys are Entertainers— A Ledyard township general ''arm Bureau meeting was held at he local Methodist church Friday vening, with a good-sized number .ttending. CCC boys from Bancroft had charge of the program, vhich consisted of songs, a trumpet solo, and a Negro minstrel how. Lunch was served in the dining room to 60 people. The next meeting will be an ice cream so- Red Bag Coffee llicli, smooth, full-bodied coffee to suit your taste and purse. Ground a s yon buy it to fit your method of making coffee. The pound bug for 17£ or 3 pounds for Clothes Pins M'c snRKCst you at once enter polished maple clothes pins on jour want list Yon can always use a few cartons at the low price of 5£ per carton. Oxydol Oxydol performs most satisfactory in the hardest water. Oxydol is a combination soap and water softener. You will like it tor the laundry and for dish washing. Tacked In 8 sizes for con-—•-- - « '-- a t special prices, Medium Ycnlence and economy. Buy a supply 8<S large 19*, and the giant size i for 55* Florida Watermelons, each ___53c Texas Yellow Onions, pound -3|c Slicing Cucumbers, each -- 3c Get off my line... It's GLUEK'S for mine! For „__ _. THE TVPICAI, PIILS5NER FUAVQH Visits Mother Who is 04— A recent letter from Ross Robl- son, Reding, Calif., says Mrs. Robison left early in May, driving her own car, from Minnesota, where she was with her father, Mr. Rhoades on the latter's 94th birthday June 3. Mrs. Rhoades, who lived with the Roblsons when they were Algona residents years ago, was sick with somach trouble last fall, but is somewhat better now. Boy Has Another Operation— Duane Riley, bon'e infection patient, who left last week Wednesday for Iowa City for a check-over at hospital there, is reported to have had another operation on his right leg. The operation is reported to have been performed because the bone was growing crooked. Shower for Algona Girl- Mrs. Fred Geigel will honor Norma Raney with a pre-nuptial shower this week Wednesday afternoon. Announcements have been issued for Norma's marriage to Russell Walker. Loco-Weed Kills Heifer- George Wagner had a heifer die suddenly last week Thursday. Some who saw tire animal just before she died believed her to be the victim of loco-weed. Returns from Sanitarium— J. M. Patterson returned Saturday from a week at Ntivada, where he went for rest and treatment. He is improved. OTHER IBTHTGTON Georga Ann. Geigel, Storm Lake, spent. Sunday with her parents here, "coming with a Mr. t and Mrs. Dean. She was recently graduated from Buena Vista college, but remains there for six weeks of summer school. In the fall she will go to Gushing, where she has accepted a position, as teacher of music. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weaver, who had been living in the tenant house at Edward Mawdsley's, moved to Livermore Sunday. Mr. Weaver plans to work for a gravel crew there. Mrs. Paul Dremmel drove to Ames Friday to get her niece, Dorothy Mawdsley, who had just completed the first year, of college there. low roses. Some. 100 served. guests were Leaves to Enter C. M. T. C.— 'Robert Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Bob" Sarchet, was home for a few days last week following year's work in a public accounting course he is taking at the state university. He left Sunday for For' 'Snelling, Minneapolis, to enter reserve officers' training camp for six weeks. Four-H Club Plans Program— The Union 4-H club is preparing a program to be presented Wed nesday evening, June 22, at th< Good Hope community room. Ic cream and pie will be served. Thi public will be invited. Butterfield Baby i s ~Slck— Bobby Dean, infant son of Mr and Mrs. Ben Butterfield, ha been sick several weeks with in testinal flu. Other Good Hope. Mr, and Mrs. Fred Plumb wen to Brainerd, Minn. Sunday, return ing Tuesday, and were a'ccompan led here by Mrs. D. J. Mitohel and her. daughter Laura, mothe and sister respectively of Mrs Plumb. The nephews, Melvin an David Reeves, were also of th party. Nate Parr's parents, Mr. an EX-LAKOTANS ARE VISITING OLD FRIENDS Lakota, June ]4—Ronald and Russell Nelson, Elmore, attended services at the Methodist church here Sunday morning and visited local friends. The young men are sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Nelson, former resident of Hebron township. The family moved to Washington state two years ago, but Ronald came back last fall and at present is painting with his broth- r Warren at Elmore. Russell, ho came two weeks ago for a isit, leaves this week Tuesday for Is home at Spokane, where the imily now lives. Marian, only aughter, will be married late this month to Kenneth Hageman, Spo- ane. Lyle is working with his ather, who is a painter, during chool vacation. The youngest oy, Maynard, won a paper car- iers' contest conducted by the pokane Daily Chronicle, and he eaves sometime this week for a ree trip by train to Seattle and hence via steamship to Victoria, I. C. All winners will be person- lly conducted on a sightseeing rip, and all travel first class with tateroom accommodations on the oat. The boys say that if they vant to farm they will come back o Iowa, for farming 'is not much" n Washington, where the main rops are wheat and peas, the later harvested after they have dried m the vines. Both crops are lacked as they come from com- ilnes. cial at the Frank Lewis home July. in Shower for Pair Jfevt'lyiveds— 'Mesdames C. 0. Peterson, Lakota, and Jerry Schoon, Buffalo Center, entertained 40 friends at a post-nuptial shower at Mrs. Peterson's last week Tuesday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Peterson. Many gifts were given to the young people. Attend K. & T. Carrier Event— W. E. Ley Sr., son James, daughter Betty, and Peter Walters left early Monday for Des Moines, where the boys attended a Register & Tribune carriers' celebration. Other Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Julius, Morris, Minn., two daughters, and the Roy Farrlngtons, of Montgomery, were Sunday visitors at Otto Koppen's. The Emory Smiths, of Lakota, and the Bob Clemans family, Titonka, were also guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thaves, Lakota, their daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. George Butterfield, Swea City, drove to Shell Rock Saturday to visit the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Picht, returning Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frerking spent a few days last week with Mrs. Frerking's brother at Dubuque and the Frerking daughter, Mrs. Gerald Ukena, Jesup, wife of a pastor here. iMr. and Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw spent the week-end with relatives at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Needham were with the Leo Steils at Albert Lea. The Rev. Mr. Hammer is teaching in a daily bible school at Ledyard two weeks. Pearl Asa, Hazel Larson, and Petra Larson, and Olga Hott. The Roy Hansens, Cora Hansen, and Mrs. Matt Hansen attended a gathering of Hansen relatives from Humboldt, Fort Dodge, and other points Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. The Fred Girres family, the Henry Metz family, and the Henry Brandts, Brltt, with the August Grendlers, Armstrong, had an annual picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Friends from Emmetsburg also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa spent Sunday afternoon with the latter'e father, L. E. Krantz, at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Who had had a second operation that morning. Mrs. Van Hansen, Ottosen, will entertain the Doan Aid next week Thursday at her home, and Mrs. Nola Hoover, Doan will assist her. The Hoovers formerly lived here. Doan The Aid will serve homemade ice cream, strawberries, cake, and coffee at the Doan church next Tuesday, June 21. The patronage of the public is invited. Attending a Burt Methodist Aid Guest day meeting from Doan were Pearl Knox, Viva Hoover, Dorothy Hoover, Ella Martinek, My! my! women really did work their fingers to the bone in the days before they had SHELLANE! LENTIL jusf a few years ago, a home on the range meant that hubby got the home and the wife got the range—in the kitchen. But Shellane cooking gas changed all that. For Shellane frees women of hours of kitchen drudgery . . . puts an end to scrubbing, scouring, dirt and ashes. Delivered to the home in cylinders, this pure natural gas brings all the conveniences of city gas service to the home on the rgnge for just a few cents a day! Howard Hardware Phone 274 — Algona, Iowa SHELLANE COOKING GAS &weAJ?dettfa. dfacfyeky a (fay Mrs. Charels Parr, and their child•en, Austin, Minu., Mr. and Mrs. Kahl Klemme, and the Louis Gal- crways, Corwith, were quests of ;he Nathan Parrs and Mrs. Mary Steinman Sunday. The Edw. Hackbarths, accompanied by Mrs. Pauline Hintz, Alona, were at Westgate over the week-end, guests of the Arnold Hintzes. The daughter 1/ucllle, who had been visiting the Hintzes, came home with her parents. 'Betty Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engstrom, Elmore, was a ^uest Saturday of Good Hope relatives. The Engstroms came down for her Saturday evening. Mrs. E. L. Broesder is recovering from an operation on her foot at the General hospital, Algona. As we see it— WE BELIETE THAT worry kills more creditors than debtors. Can this bank be of service to you in any way? IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Deposits Insured Pre-Harvest | HARDWARE SALE) Here are a number of wanted seasonable items that you must = have either now or in the next few days. Come in now at these S special prices and buy for less than you will have to pay in the S heighth of the season. =i or hun^rcdf «f y M ri "Pili«n«r" M* been • *«nem b*«r fUvor in lh« Old World. You'll SXii** * tm » M. fWihwi Of ««v»r in Ql' SUMMER SPECIAl"! / GUJEK BREWING COMPANY, MINNEAPOLIS LAND OWNERS ATTENTION I have a large list of gpod tenant farmers with complete statements on file, who want to rent farms for 1939. » your farm Is for rent come and see me, I will do-what ]: can taeletg, from this list, a good tenant for you. This service 'Algona, la. Phone 390 Bl<Jg. Sexton Gilberta Burnette Is at Kansas City for a month or so with an aunt, Mrs. Leona Burnette. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman entertained at dinner Sunday, and guests were M. E. Woos.ter, and Carrie, Margaret, and William Durant, Algona, and Ernest Neuman, Sioux City. Mrs. Fred Nearing and her chll- ren spent Sunday at Brltt with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave- Mrs. George Wermersen, Mitchell, S. p., came last week Wednesday to visit relatives here and at Corwith. She attended the wedding of her niece, Doris Merrlam, at Corwith last week Thursday with the Harvey Stevens. Mrs. Wermersen is a sister of Mrs. Steven and Doris's mother, Mrs. Harry Miriam. . ' • ^, DeLores, little daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Sim Bemis. tt having the scarlet fever and 4e quarantined. Ernest Neuman, Slous City, spent the week-end with his brother Otto; AIR-CO M • St»p out pf •ummex heat into the fresh, cool, ipring-likt atmosphere of an. aii-concUUaned busl Enjoy th« luxury of dust-free, dehumidified ai*...d»«ply cushioned, reclining chairs... «nd cormUntly changing scenery outside your window—at amaiingly low cost. More than, «ver b«{oi«, but have! if the preferred way to mak» vacation trips. Ask your friendly feu* agvnt for colorful folders and completa information on Expense-Paid TOUTS, fares, pcbedule*, xoutu, and itop-oveis. HOTEL ALGONA State and Thoringrtop Phone 868 inTERSTHTE TRfHlSIT LIRES FLY NETS Each. $1.39 Or $3.69 per pair Straight Sided CREAM CANS 10-QUART CAP. 49C 14-QUART CAP. 59C Unconditionally Guaranteed FLY KILLER 89C Gal. Bring Your Container MYERS HAY PULLEY 6-in. Wood Sheath I 90 Each RAPID-FLO STRAINER DISKS 100 FOB 23C Guaranteed Pocket WATCH vOV.Each. 1 CLOTHES PINS 40 for 9c Large No, 2 Galyanized WASH TUB 69c Genuine Heath-0-Meter Bathroom Scale $1.98 THIS BEAUTIFUL I Universal STOVE Burning SHELLANE The Modern Fuel Completely Installed During This Sale Only $100 This Beautiful Modern Stove Has These Unusual Features! • 1. Automatic Oven Heat Regulator • 2. Full porcelain all-insulated oven • 3. Four Simmer-Save burners with automatic lighter. FISHING NEEDS New stock, bamboo poles, 16 and 18 feet. '/ E Choice each -L tJ C Reel, nlckle plated, 80-yard capacity,' each 25c Casting Reel, level >yind, chromium - plated, 100 yard capacity, Q o each ffO \s Casting line, 15-lb. test braided silk, ..... 29c Casting line, Ottisco Japan silk, 9 or 12-lb. test, QfZ 50 yards for ..i.&Q C AIR RIFLE SHOT per pkg. 4<? Free Targets , For Hot | Weather | HAND-PAINTED J£ WATER SET 1 60-oz. ice lip jug and S six tumblers, choice of 5 red or blue— S $1 2.QUART ICE CREAM FREEZER ^ 98<? EMERSON FAN .. ELECTRIC - - $1,49 REMINGTON g SHORTS, bo* I9e Free Targets Howard Hardware 1 Phone 374 Shellane Distributor •i'lom

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