Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1938
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L*v .TtTNE 23. 1938 . with asthmji and heart trouble Unrber anil Mrs. Frank siillta with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stewart', were 54 persons at the reunion. Mr. Bell l s a building mover, and Luclln Is bookkeeper at Dau's garage. -" at RADIO [REPAIR rdGenrich ll-lONE'520-W; ,; ' BJUSTROM'S i, t ypes—all models Radios a Specialty 39-11 Waij on a r m — [PROVEN PLANS Ic economy and utility. |ff.TO-USE LUMBER ills building costs. promote good work- dip _ the other esscn- iSLY LUMBER GO. Inr Milwaukee Depot WEYERHAEU5ER 4-JQUARE Motor Sales here. T,nt,cst reports from the bedside of "Cap" Cook are that ho is in critical condition. His children are liar employment, at Westfield, N. J., the fact that I. L. Duncan, son- in-law of Mrs. George II. Free, hero, Is head of the athletic de- ather. Mr. easier, will go to Hum- attend a Harrington family reun- who has been visiting her grand- >S. If. McNutt --. .=, i Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. T. Solberg spent, boldt Friday to visit at her uncle the week-end at Starbuck and I James Greene's. Sho Is the daugh- New London, Minn. They attended! tor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee Greene,' a Landing Laget convention, "I former Algonlans. with the Normans. 13 tor for Swift's and his her Norman daughter. . H. wife is is Groath, born in was 00 aunt of Stoden, at death. Mrs Wis. She c Moe, in 1848, ame to 1 was and owa this m( west Tllnob- PAQE PIVB 18-18, and this was the first to ° Mrs. Hen Sorcnscn, Walnut, two children, Mrs. Augusta Sorensen, and Mrs. Henry Trann, the latter meeting where people from a certain section of the country get together. They visited Mr. and Mrs. 13. C. Landaas at . Starbuck and Wlnne WJnne- county. The Groaths moved to Forest r.ity in 1849, again making the trip by covered wagon. Mrs. Robert, Hnlly, Philadelphia, arrived Monday for visits with of Council Bluffs, came last week M 'r. and iMrs. Strand at New Lon- hel . f th T ,y- K ,. h om , Wednesday to visit Mrs. Ben Sor- don , thc lattor couple relatives.; father E ' P KeiUi Her u^bn onsen's sister, Mrs. Wm. C. Dau, | M r. Solberg is manager of the ° ' J ' '' Keltl1 ' Jlei llusba and all went to Swea City Sunday *| . . , - "" ««•' ^ "' **' *•-..... i. ui. Hl\.; 11,111 113 LIU UU- all in attendance. They are Mrs. pnrtment in the schools there was L. O. Schichtl, Staples, Minn.; overlooked. to visit Mrs. Sorensen's mother, Mrs. Peter Ehlers. Mr. Sorensen is manager of a lumberyard at Wal- who is an engineer, came to Iowa White Rose oil station here. on a m , S i,ies 8 m \ s ^ on to Pes Mr. and Mrs. Edward Neumann, Moines. Mrs. Bally, the former Ma- Madison, Wis., with their daughter roa Kei|fh hng done ) . fi(Ho wo] ,, Marilyn, were Sunday guests '>f| nnd Fl . iday evening, at the Con- Hie A. 0. Andersons, and Mr. and gregational church;" <,h • \vill "ive m. _ __ Lilt? £*• W. /H1WOI OVSltO) till" *•-• . ,,..— i\r. and Mrs. A. Reynolds, Ells- Mrs Frank Blcknl, Fort Dodge, „., ,_, t, ltlL f, ^ v -, ( m 11111. . " T v;i t WUIXUU. ,« lit i ITJ.1 .5. J 1 I « tlJ*. Jjivjunii ••• \j • ~ 1.1 -' Mrs. Henry Johannsen and Russell' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daughn wrorth ' A al 'f, v ' sltl "S their daughter, werc nlso gU e«ls. Mr. Neumann ! 8. Mrs A WAmunson, whose hus-l d M Ade , on work tor the In- j farmers near Corwitli, their of the Amunsons. Mrs. Rahn is a Harvester company, Bickal works for a serum er for Bert Deal. day guests of Mrs. 10. A. Genricli.! per are daughters of Mr. anil Mrs. Jhe women were classmates in Baylor, and Mr. Merger is a paint- high school at Livermorc. Mrs. Donald Stiles goi. Friday from Amarillo, Tex., ...., sho had spent two weeks with her j Vaughn,' the latter couple ofj husband, who travels in that part WhiUoinore, left this morning for! of the country. She accompanied; the Okobojis. where they will' him on a lengthy jaunt. Mrs. Stiles ; spend a few days. Roy is a rail-| is tne tormer Ituth Brown, i way postal clerk M^altor works' Don 1'. Dowel, who for the last at 'Dutch's Super Service, and ' year and n half has boon in clori- Richard owns a store. sister of Mr. Amunson, and her husband is conductor on a..,rall- road. her a ™ 01 ' S " ' ' cal employ for General Electric at Schenectady, N. Y., is having a IMiiuir and Bobby Pommeren- ,, ing. with Uicille Hildman, the two weeks vacation and i« expect-''alt",- of Wesley, spent Sunday at ed here sometime this week for a ' St. Paul with the boys'sister, Mrs. I „„., ->,..„ home visit of two or three days. i Daniel Gels. Mr. Geis. formerly of 1 .Mrs. I,. \\. (Jillesiiie and her Irvington, now owns boon visiting Mrs. Dearchs, here, stayed there for a week, with the n i i »r " " (• n<li.r™n ' Torrv daughter Marlene spent Sunday at, Bancroft, guests of Mrs. Oilf- espias 'Parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. I.; er- a grocery .store and meat market at St. Paul. Monday at Britt, guests of Mrs. Anderson's sister, Mrs. A. P. Nelson, the former Phylida Soner- station here. MaiiKinith.'Mnrlene. who will bo in ! Mrs. Itobwt Hell. Swea dty.! H the first grade of the local schools ! with her mother, a Mrs. Blaha, of' next year, remained there for the i Belle Plaine, Minn., were Sunday »->•'.•*> L«««J J-v»* U1V.1 J 1(J 1H(CI kJ\Jli\^L ~ ^UP" I holm, who was a beauty operator week. i guests of Mrs. M. A. Sabin. Mrs. PHONE 234 . . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schuttcr, of • Bell is the former Mary Blaha, West Bend, were guests Sunday of who for some years was uookkeep- the A. W. Behrends family. Mrs. ; or at the local Ford garage, and Schutter and Mrs. Behrends are her husband is manager of a Ford sisters, and Mr Schutter is an un- - . . dertaker there. Rehrends is janitor at the high school here. building Mrs. N. 0. Rice was taken to St. HEILEMAN'S 'WhetetoBuy )OZ> BEER gii'-nge at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long, with the son Jack spent Sunday at New Hampton, guests of Mrs. Long's _ mother, Mrs. Ruth Jackson, for- Mpy's hospital, Rochester, one j merly a Britt farmwife. The Longs day last week .by her dauglner, j were observing a we-Win a; anni- Mrs. Charles du Charme II. Mrs. j versary.'Jack, who was graduated Rice has been in poor health i or' from the local liig'.i school this some time. Mr*. Du Charrno, the year, is clerking in his father's former Mary Janice Rice, is with' grocery. her mother. ! Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Severson, fJiv(>iti)c'"n. e'dest daughter of with their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal, began Paul Severson. and her sons Dick work one day last week at the Al-iand Douglas, Los Angeles, spent gonquin. She was graduated from Wodne?day with the A. J. Severson the local high school in 1937, and [ niece, Mrs. T. L. Robinson. The attended the State Teachers col- .-;uests wil visit other relatives lege last year, majoring In physi- j in Iowa before, going home. Mr. cal education. \ Robinson travels for a machinery Mrs. Eva M. Akre has ordered company. her Advance sent to 11,905 Klingl Kdgur Worden and a grand- St, North Hollywood, Calif. Ap-j daughter, Norma Hollead, both of parently she has not yet had time i Detroit, are visiting the former's to become a real California, for sister, Mrs. L. R. Dutton, farm- she let's out a secret: For a j wife near Algona. They came to •month prior to last week Monday i attend the annual Dutton reunion the sun hadn't shone! Saturday at the fairgrounds. Mr. Beverly, daughter of Mr. and j Worden will be 86 in August. Mrs. W. D. Howie, Emmetsburg, j Miss Hollead is emp'oyed in a doc- has been a guest during the last! tor's office. few days of the 0. W. Ericksons. The Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Pfeiff- The Howies are former Algoniaus, j ef entertained the Rev. and Mrs. and Mr. Howie travels for Stand-J Claude Fausnaugh, of Estherville, ard Oil. Mr. Erickson travels for daughter Shirley, nnd son Cloyd, a 'hardware company. also Mrs. J. C. Snitters, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Colwell took | who is visiting her sister, Mrs. their son Willis back to Des j Fausnaugh, at 6 o'clock dinner Moines Monday, after he had spent Tuesday evening. Mr. Fausnaugh the week-end here. Willis, recent- is pastor of a Presbyterian church ly graduated from the Capital at Estherville. City Commercial College there, is now bookkeeper for the Green Foundry and Furnace Co. J. M. Blanchard, hardware dealer and lumberman at Lone Rock, and. Mrs. Blanchard were Algona visitors Tuesday afternoon. J. M. said he had just got home from a fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. There were eight in his party, and they had good luck. Mrs. F. S. Norton and daughter Eleanor, who came last week from St. Paul, left Tuesday morning for Tacoma, Wash., where they will spend a part of the summer with Mrs. Norton's sister, Mrs. Wm. Windwen. Mrs. Norton opened her cottage at the Okobojis last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bell, with their children, Luella and Loren, attended a Schmeling reunion Sunday at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Bell is a Schmeling.. There Shoppes two years, owns a produce sta- . Anderson Jack nnd Mr. Brandt is a Decker salesman. Jean Simmons, Mobile, Ala., is expected Friday for the summer with her mother, Mrs. William Brown. She was graduated from the Mobile high school this spring, and has been living with an aunt, Mrs. Harold Lee Gust, sister of Mrs. Brown. It is now four years since she left Algona. She went to Mobile for relief from asthma, id it is hoped that she has fully gent here, and his son Jimmy ot home last week Thursday from vo weeks on the Milwaukee di- ision put of Marquette, on the lississippi, to Rapid City. S. D. At ic same time, Mrs. .Scobue and aughter Barbara visited Editor nd Mrs. Irbe Townsend at Mi'.o. he women are sisters. Mr. Townend and his wife were here over le week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zeck, irmers near Mallard, were Sun- ay guests of the Jatter's parents, Jr. and Mrs. Oscar Dorothy Brown >'ent home with the Zecks for a month or two. She is a niece of <Trs. Zeck. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Norlan, Iowa Falls, with their daugh- er Phyllis, also spent the week- HEILEMAN'S k eighty-eight years to write ' a « v «tisement but you can ' m mo "l in one delightful ' iust try OId , ' _ you know why Old Style has, !„„ eightyeight years, been one °f the finest .beers malt and hops — ewi °8-P»"ty of "'als, result in flavor that will >'0"-' eyes to true beer delights. '8'o", a bottle, or a case, to- Pc'tJ*? T iU asree wirf> '•w* «*'«« judges who-, pronounce , rs!>tyle . on e of the few really fwe ? t5 "vadable in America. C 9 ., Lq Cr«.io, WU PARSONS Mr. and Mrs. Barney Casler will go to Waverly this week-end to DEVOE'S PAINT gives you a tongb, hard, lustrous finish that resists weather, dirt and soot. Get information. Botsford Lumber Company JDI POOL, Mgr. • Every month, every u>ttk you put off buying youi new G-E Refrigerator you «te very likely money out. Your present tefrigerftion almost surely costs more to maintain than the new ' ow operating cost of • Don't put up with ap Inadequate, old-faihioned refrigerator any longer. G-B, tbtfirttfkoie* of million* it *tw popularly p I-Bigger l>oU»r V»lu« th»n ever Kohlhaas & Spilles ecovered. (J. (.'. Sciibec, Milwaukee depot company at Fort Dodge. The Neu- are on their way to the west coast on a vacation trip. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Aalderks, Chicago, with two daughters, were guests last week Wednesday of Mr. Aalderks' sister, Mrs. Alwin Huenhold, and from here went to Clear Lake to visit another sister, Mrs. Leo Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Huenhold, their baby son, and Mrs. William Aalderks, Lakota, spent Sunday at the lake. H. W. works for the Bell Telephone Co. at Chicago, and Mr. Edwards for a gas pipe line company at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moulds, Sioux! City, with their daughter Helen,' came Saturday for two weeks with the former's mother, Mrs. J. E. Moulds. Mr. 'Moulds, a former Kos-1 suth sheriff, is now with the Swift i plant at Sioux City. With his wife j and daughter, he spent Wednes-1 day with the Wm. E. Greenes, of Humboldt. Mr. 'Moulds and Mrs. Greene are brother and sister, nnd Mr. Greene is now an automobile salesman. The Edward Ostrnins, ot Lyle, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cummings, Oelwein, were weekend guests of the Frame Ostrums. Edward, a son of the Ostrums here, works for the Botsford Lumber Co., and Mr. Cummings is retired. Mrs. Cummings is a sister of Mrs. Frank Ostrum. Janet Lee and James Eilward, daughter end son of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Ostrum, went home with their parents, after a week here. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towne and their daughter Betty Lou drove to several scenes from the picture Regina, written by Lawrince Housman. shown rscjnlly at Des MolncH, the leading character Helen Hayes. Mr. Baily will be here t.hi« week-end. .>lr. and Mr*. D. E. Dewol left a trip to the Francisco, where he will attend a coast, traveling via the convention of Kiwanls Internatlon- Black Hills and Portland, Ore.,!al from Sunday till next week They were accompanied by their daughter Marjorie. At Portland Mrs. Dewel and Marjory will stop to visit relatives and will visit other relatives at Klamath, Ore., before meeting Mr. Dewel at San Thursday. The Dewels will come home by way of Salt Lake City and Denver. Mrs. Dowel's aunt ( Mayme Snodgrafis, Onalaska, Wis., came Tuesday night to accompany the Dewels. Available August 1st One Front Office Suite —in— Hutchison Building Other occupants of offices on same floor L. A. Winkel H. B. White Shmnway & Kelly Lalindde Grain Co. .Murtngh & Son For information see T. C. Hutchison Dr. C. D. Schaap Dr. C. C. Shierk la. Reemployment Bureau Metropolitan Life Ins Co. Uernice Stock Studio there Burn- Clear Lake Sunday, and joined Mr. and Mrs. Lyle name and, Lyle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Burnham, all of Charles City, for a picnic dinner at the park. Mrs. Lyle Burnham is the former Burdine Towne, the elder Mr. Burnham is manager of a farmer's cooperative oil station, and his son is in the same employ. The Townes once lived at Clear Lake. Mrs. Oliver Moe and her daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Kenefick, drove to Forest City Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Mary Groath, who died Thursday. Mrs. Thurs.-Fri., June 23 and 24 Daily mat. at 2 p. m. he newest new tyle in years makes loafing real pleasure • Casual Collegiate Smartness • Crushable, spineless "uppers" • Flexible, long-lived, leather bottoms • Comfortable as a house slipper • No counter, no box toe, no lining • Light as a moccasin • An easy iitter • A feature shoe for swanky "slouchers" >ee our new Tramps—for men on the loose". Several Styles. All sizes. The HUB Clothiers HURS. THRU SATURDAY 3-WAY SHOW—10-21C _.. -d Feature BUCK JONES —in— "BLACK ACES" — Also — Last Chapter LONE RANGER SERIAL Plus NO. 1 NEW SERIAL 'FIGHTING DEVIL DOGS" SUNDAY THRU WEDNES. Extended Run World's Best. IRENE DUNN CAREY GRANT ASTA, THE DOG "THE AWFUL TRUTH" The finest in entertainment. Second Feature I Chrischilles Store During these first blistering hot summer days you'll enjoy the cool comfort of our completely air-conditioned store. Here you may shop in quiet, restful coolness — without the gripping heat of * humid, sticky weather. We have improved our air-conditioning, making it at least 30% more effective than last year. No heat here—take an afternoon off and come and try on some dresses and find out the convenience of our comfortable store. It's always cool at Chrischilles's ROBERT YOUNG B E R T L A II TV JOAN DAY I S 'MODELING FOR MONEY" ALIBI TIME — NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 25 HE TOOK A 6AM8t€ .AND. LUCK URNED OUT O BE LOVE ..IN DISGUISE! Plus EDGAR KENNEDY COMEDY PORKY NEWS Sun.-Mon., June 26 and 27 —With— STUART ERWIN BINNIE BARNES Plus EDDIE PEABODY'S BAND TRAVEL AND NEWS Hood's Store 1 Phones 420-421 SPECIAL Algona, Iowa J 1 Free THiniM 0 CATIinntV Free = S Delivery FRIDAY & SATURDAY Delivery S = RED CHERRIES j No. 10 cans 49c SUGAR 10 Ibs. 49C PEARS No. 10 can 45c BL'KBERRIES =E No. 10 cans S i COFFEE 5= Red A ______ —2 Ibs. 35$ = Blue G, Hi. _________ = Brown Betty 1 2 Ibs. = Ginger Snaps, Ib. ____ E Pineapple, 2}j> size can __________ — as Black Raspberries, No. 10 ______________ 59c S Apricots, No. 10 _____ 45? £| Tomato Juice, 50-oz. can = Wheat Puffs, 3 pkgs. 25? _ Folger's Coffee 2 Ibs. = Macaroni or Spaghetti, = 8>-o/. pkg. ______ • ____ 5? S Sweet Pickles, qt. ___ Soap, P. & G. _5 bars E Flour, Gold Nugget, 49 = Ibs, $1.23 Flour, IGA 49 Ibs. .$1.63 = Flour, Omar 49 Ibs. $1.73 = Fancy Mixed Cookies, ~~ Ib. 19* Tomatoes, No; 2 can _,1_3 for = Lemons, large _6 for I Canteloupe, Ige. _, j Oranges, med, size, i 2 doz. 25£ = Cabbage, Ib. 2$ ; Oranges, Ig. size, doz, 19^ J POTATOES s New, 15 Ib, peck i 35c • ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I BANANAS | 5 Pound* SALAD DRESSING, Xtra Whip IGA, qt. FRENCH DRESSING, 18-k 8-oz. bottle 15? =| aiUSTARD, 18-k yellow, full quart 13* = PEANUT BUTTER, Carol, 2-lb. jar L25* = STUFFED OLIVES, 18-k stuffed, 5^-oz. fancy 25* =| DILL PICKLES, Carol, full quart -19c .BJJ COUNTRY GENTLEMAN CORN, No. 2, IGA lOc S CORNED BEEF HASH, IGA, 16-oz. cans 17* = WAFER SLICED BEEF, med. glasses, IGA 13* H CORN KIX, large pkgs —2 for 25c = KRAKLKRISP WHEAT FLAKES, like Wheat- 35 ies 2 for 19* £5 MUCH MORE COCOA 2 Ib, box 15* jj= SOAP GRAINS, IGA, like Oxydol, Ige. pkg 17* 3= GLOSS STARCH, IGA, 1-lb. pkg. __ r _"__i9c S MASON JAR CAPS, 1-doz. pkg. —21* jS CERTO, reg. size bottle r 23? is PEN JEL or SURE JELL 2 boxes 25* =5 IGA FRUIT PECTIN 2 boxes 19* = STOKELY'S WHOLE KERNEL CORN _2 cans 27* j= SAUER KRAUT, Stokely's, No. 2 cans ___:_8* S Stokely's RED KIDNEY BEANS, No. 2, 2 cans 17* S CORN Standard White No, 2 cans 4 cans 25c PEAS Tender sweet No. 2 cans 3 cans 25c Pork & Beans Van Camp's 22-ooz, 3 cans 25c All Quality Meats BACON SQUARES, n>, PICNIC HAMS, tenderized, Ib. GROUND BEEF OR PORK -_—_. 2 Ibs, 31* LARD __ -_„_.._______ ^ |bs. 21* MINCED HAM, Ib. RIB BOIL, lean, Ib. -_^ LONGHORN CHEESE, Ib. F4NCY BEEF

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