Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1938 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR KOSSUTH AtWA-ttfltt. AL46KA. IOWA THURSDAY. FOR ' SALE—GOOD FEATHERS. —Phone 22, Lone Rock. 7u41 FOR SALE—8-FT. ACME HAR- vester.—Nick Klein, St. Joe. p41 JUNE SALE ON ARMSTRONG linoleum.—Cowan Building & Supply Co. 38t£ AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8u30tf FOR SALE — '28 CHEVROLET coach, good running order, $40. —Inquire Advance. lOp-ll-42 WARREN VENETIAN BLINDS— "the best for less". — Cowan Building Supply Co. IE 38 GOLF 'CHAMP 9 TOURNAMENT IS ANNOUNCED Pairings for Flight Picked at Tuesday Night Meet. Band Concert SEE US FOR PRICES ON L.UM- ber, building material, feed, and fenelng.—Farmers Co-0i>. Association, Irvlngton, la. 17p38-48 FOR SALE—ABERDEEN ANGUS bulls and heifers. Priced reasonable. Farm lour miles west of Humboldt on No. 10.—C. I. Goodell. lflpST-42 FILMS DEVELOPED AND PRINT- cd—Any size film, 30c, and one enlargement free.—Lusby's. ]3(2)41tf LEGHORNS, $4,!IO; heavies, $5.90; Leghorn cockerels, $2.50; Leghorn pullets, $!J.»0. — Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 13u4U£ FOR SALE—REGULAR I GO-ACRE farm cast of Algona, half mile Off the paving, price $85; good terms.—Fred Chisel, Forest City. Five flights in the golf championship tournament were filled at the Country club clubhouse Tuesday evening. This will be the first big tournament of the season. Sixteen members will take part in the championship flight, and eight will take part in four other flights. There will be ft consolation flight for losers in the first round of the championship flight. Pairings in the championship flight follow: J. A. Haggard vs. Ted Chrischil- les; Roberts vs. D. P. Smith; F. A. Bunting vs. Father Ahmann; Albert Ogren vs. R. J. Harrington; Ken Miller vs. Bob Williams; J. n. Lowe vs. Dick Norton; Dr. W. D. Andrews vs. Lawrence Findley; Dr. L. C. Nugent vs. Eugene Mur- ''in' the first flight are I. G. Dewel vs. C. H. Williams; M. Griffin vs. Jesse Reynolds; the Rev. Geo. C. Vance vs. R. S. Blossom; and A. H. Borchardt vs. F. E. Kent. Second flight: C'. A. Momyer vs. The Algona Municipal band concert program at the Bryant school grounds tonight, follows: March—New Colonial Hall Selection—Chimes of Normandy. Laurenda Serenade—Passing Fancy .—Jewell Overture — Morning, Noon and Night Suppe Fox Trot—Whistle While You Work Holmes Fox Trot—Texark&na Holmes Waltz—Amorita Lawrence March—French National — Turbe' Medley Selection—Memories of Stephen Foster Holmes March—Them Basses Huffine March—The Crosley Fillmore Additional Local William Selpinnn, meat cutter at] Moe & Sjogren's, was sick Monday and Tuesday. He has a form of heart trouble. J. 1). Lowe spent Tuesday at Cedar Rapids, where he was one of the attorneys on a case In the Linn county district court. Lucllc Dole, employed at the relief office In the courthouse, returned to work Monday, after a week's absence, due to tonsilltis. Mr. 'and Mrs. Robert H. Bell spent- Sunday at Fenton with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade. Herman, a farmer, is a step-brother of Mr. Bell. County Engineer and Mrs. H. M. NOTICE — PLEASE PRESENT all bills outstanding against E. P. Gregor or his estate to C. E. Gregor, 212 N. Summit St., Marshalltown, la., immediately. 2]u42 L \j i L J . Lr TT 22p41-42 B. T Agard; L E. Linnan vs. H. B. White; D. L. McDonald vs Jim Murtagh; 'Chan' DaHey vs. Fred Timm. Third Flight: DeZcller vs Kohl- Casey Loss vs M. W. S. Steele vs. V. V. Naudain; AV. A. Foster vs. FLOORS SANDED, REFINISHED j Bob McCullough. with permanent floor finish. A! Fourth Flight: T. H. Holmes vs, new improved method guarantee-1 F. E. Saunders. AV. E. Hawcott Ing satisfaction—Cowan Building i J. F. Overmyer, and AV. A. Lor& Supply Co. 38tf jcnz drew byes. Drought in Minnesota. Irvington, June 28—Mrs. J. F Andrews, Staples, Minn., writes that crops there are beginning to suffer for lack of moisture. She recently visited Mrs. Reinecke, for- FOR SALE—EXTRA GOOD Model ] me r Irvington woman now living T farm truck with AVarford ; liear Verndale, Minn., and farmers FI^OOR PAINT — FAMOUS Pittsburgh AVaterspar Vurnlsh renews scuffed floors, wears like iron.—Get full information of F. S. Norton & Son. 20(2)41 New Fire Truck is Expected Here Soon At the last meeting of the city council it was announced that the new Algona fire truck was nearing completion and would be ready for delivery soon. The manufacturer promised that a factory representative would drive it to Algona and aid local firemen to get acquainted with this new type of truck. Hurt When Car Humps. Irvington, June 28 — Mrs. Paul Hudson suffered a cut on the fore- Smith spent Sunday -at Washtaj, days ' last week. Clarence B r u n s and Harold Bllnkman, who clerk at the A, & P. store, and Faris Miner, employed at Dau's garage, will spend the week-end and the Fourth «t Spirit Lake. Fern Glscli Is taking a two weeks vacation from her duties ftt Hawcott & Ogg's, and with Etta Bacon, Fern's sister Mary, and Mary Frank is making a trip to the Black Hlllfi. Etta and Mary GJsch teach school. Archie llaines has been getting around on crutches since last week Thursday. He has inflammatory rheumatism In the left foot and knee, and was in bed a couple of MARKETS Best llghLbutch., 40-160 .00-8.25 Best llghflmtch., 160-180 $8.25-8,10 Best Hght Dutch., 180-220 ...$8.65 Best lightbUtch., 220-250 .,.. Med. hvy., 250-270 .Med. hvy. 270-290 — Med. heavy, 290-325 Butchers, 325-350 1 HAVE A REAL QOOb FARM buy In eiUtern Kossuth.-^L. C. Sttiart, Clear.Lalce, Iowa* i5t>40-'ll FOR. SAL/E—240 ACRES NORTH Butchers, 350-400 -*'•<» Packing eows, 275-350 $7.60 Packing sows, 350-400 - r —-$7.25 Packing sows, 400-600 $7.00 central Humboldt County, improved, first-class corn land. Joint owners want to dissolve partnership and will sell at very reason- i 7 nn able price; also 160 acrea close to W' W - Algonn, at $82.60 per ncre.-O B. Anderson, Forest City, In. 39p40-41 CATTLE •WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR with the former's mother, Mrs. W, B. Smith and helped observe her 75th birthday. Mrs. Archie Hutchison, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, and the latter's sister, 7 ™ « iiSii»n»*,.rq Port Dodge ! Mabel Cratty, Minneapolis teacher, The Itelbert Potters, Foit Dodge, Hutchison's grand- were Sunday guests of Mr Pot- j ^^^ gue Hutchison, spent tcr s mother, Mrs. LJ. .u. JTOLI . * j ,.- -. f r\ ar ,, Mninea. Fat thanks and appreciation to .the lijvj-jm*. friends and neighbor* for .the and cutters .—$2.75-3.75 mn ny deeds of kindness, the llorfc ana cuuei _J 6j00 _ 7 . 0 o tributes, and the expressions of $5.50-6.50 sympathy which were extended to _ $7.50-8.00 us a t the death of our beloved son j /tppvl"" 30 ,.$8.00-9.00; an d brother.—Mr. and Mrs. Henry 81 s " "" $4.50-5.50 Ewoldt and Elmer. p41 \ Veal calves As Long As 20 Months to Rep II you need $50 up, we m monlhs. N iu a . your own ' J - Mr. the Sieg company. Lelu Fulton, West Des Moines, will come Saturday for ten days with her cousin, Mrs. H. A. Tuttle. She is a stenographer. Mr. iTuttle travels for a Des Moines drug company. Gertrude Flcmmlng, of Forest City, called on old friends here Tuesday. Her father, a former ,. Sne Hutc ,,,, on , sirs*— CHAIN No. 2 mixed corn No. 2 white corn — No. 2 yellow corn — No.' 2 white oats — EGGS Hennerys No. 1 No. 2 head and other head injuries Fri- ^Igonian, is now Forest City's clay evening, when the Hudson car in which she was riding, struck a rut and she was thrown against the top. ' Girl's Appendix Removed. Irvington, uJne 28—Birdie, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz, had an emergency appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital Friday evening. She had been troubled with attacks for several years. New Long Front Finished. The new front at Long's grocery was finished early in the week, and this completed a series of improvements in that block. A new sidewalk was laid in front of the Long store. Union Farmers Lose Horse. Good Hope, June 28—Tom Reid lost a valuable horse last week in foaling. He purchased a mare and colt from Arthur Baker a few days later at a price considerably above 100. transmission; good grain box. — Hoenk Motor courthouse. Service, west of ONE MINUTK AVASHER—Greater totldev only . washing space. No water drips over sides. Lowest cost per washing. See this handsome washer demonstrated.—L. AV. Hanson. in that locality were plowing oats ground under and replanting to corn. The oats had dried up, and there was a possibility of corn for E&S41 ATTENTION, HOG FEEDERS! Now you can feed both mineral and protein balance from one sack. Sargent Mineral Meat Meal. -Anderson Grain & Coal Co. i 24(2)41' May Operate for Cataract. Good Hope, June 28—Virgil and Arthur, sons of Frank Spear, accompanied their father to Iowa City last week Thursday for consultation with eye specialists and possible operation for removal of cataracts, which are obscuring the i vision of the elder Mr. Spear. FOR SALE—A FINE UNIMPROV- ed 80-acre farm, close to Algona. Every acre can be cultivated. Woven wire fence. Good investment at $80 an acre.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, la. 29w41-42 MEDTCRUDE — ELIMINATES mange in hogs, lice in poultry. Also use for worms, constipation, general disinfectant. "Very inexpensive. Special trial offer.—E. R. DeLano, Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation. E&S11 MEDIORUDE— MIX ONE TO TWO quarts with one bushel ground feed or oats. Quickly eliminates •worms in hogs. Ask about special trial offer. R. DeLano, Mid- Continent Petroleum Corporation. E&S 41 -*- >"avy Youth on .lol) Again. Orville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Haines here, has written thai he reached Long Beach, Calif., lasl week Tuesday, after a. week here with his parents. He is a sailor in the U. S. Navy, and was graduated in 1936 from the Algona high school. HOSPITAL NOW THAT I HAVE REOPENED my barber shop 1 would appreciate the patronage of all old and new customers. First-class workmanship and sanitary methods.—• Steve Stehle's Barber Shop. 28(2)41-42 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ATTEN- tion—Safe driver rewards. Our policy holders always save from 20% to 30%—coast to coast claim service non-restricted — standard coverages. Buy standard protection at lo-vvest cost.—Algona Insurance Agency, C. R. La Barre. 35tf33 GENERAL. June 23—Erma Lea and Caro McCullough, and Robert Shaeffer Algona; Lorraine Gramenz anc Bodelia Klatt, Fenton,, tonsil-ade noidectomies. , June 26—Mrs. Ben Hinders, Wes ley, boy; Weber Yager, Fenton medical; Mrs. Frank Schumakei Curlew, medical. June 27—Eleanor Jenkins, Algo na, tonsil-adenoidectomy; Mrs. R K. Richardson, Wesley, minor sur gery; Mrs. Hugh Carroll, Algona medical. June 28—Frances Ann Zittritsch Algona, major surgery. une 29 — Mrs. Harry Frisbie Corwith, girl; Mrs. Fred Pleoge Ledyard, minor surgery. Tool Hall is Planned. Lone Rock, June 28 — William furphy has purchased the., build- ig formerly occupied by a har- ess shop and will run a pool hall tiere. Lotts Creekers Winners. Burt, June 28—The Burt league earn lost to Lotts Creek in a 4-0 game at Lotts Creek Sunday. postmaster. Attorney H. W. Miller suffered a. wrenched back Monday evening while he wns picking up limbs in the yard. He was still confined to bed yesterday. Mrs. Freda Sclmmnker, Emmetsburg, with two children, was a guest last week o£ the E. R. De- Lanos. Mr. DeLano works for the DX oil company here. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott returned Friday from a two weeks vacation at the Okobopis. Mr. Hawcott is a partner in the Hawcott & Ogg Wonder Store. 0)wl Cronan, attending summer echool at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. She teaches in the Elmhurst, 111., schools. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Witham, farmers near Minneapolis, "were guests last week-end of the former's mother, Mrs. Hattie Witham, and sister, Mrs. Myrtle Vining. Clco Gabcl, Ledyard, was a guest a few days last week of the Tom E. Daileys. 'She teaches a country school near the village and was writing teachers' tests. Mrs. Ted Lleuwien, of Renwick, was a guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp. The Klamps took her home Sunday and spent the day there. Mr. Lieuwien 'is a barber. The M. G. Nortons left Wednes- No. 1 No. 2 Hens, over 5 Ibs. Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. Hens, under 4 Ibs. -— Leghorn hens Cocks, under 4% Ibs. Cocks, over 4% Ibs. -Geese, live Ducks, live OTTOSEN The Lutheran Aid will give an _ce cream, social at the church Saturday evening. Cake, cookies, ice cream, and coffee will be served. The Francis Johnsons, Park Rapids, Minn., are visiting the Jacob Rygs. Mr. and Mrs. Ward McCreary, Adel, visited the Jesse Van Buskirks Sunday. - | Vera Van Buskirk is now em- j ployed in a grocery store at Arnold's Park. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt, Arnold's Park, spent the week-end' with relatives here, and took Jessie Van Buskirk home, with them for a week's visit. ., ] 'Shirley Kinseth visited the Martin Kinseths, Bradgate, last week. The Tom Olsons and family and the Ole Ellingsons had a picnic at West Bend park Sunday. The W. H. Wehrspanns attended the funeral of Mrs. Wehrspann's sister, Mrs. Bonn, at Fairville last week Thursday. Ole Olson, Clarion, visited at Erick Dahl's last week Wednesday. The Edw. Zinnels attended a wedding in Minnesota Sunday. LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — THE quick, easy, inexpensive way to find the buyers—Advance for-sale ads. tt day for a three weeks vacation tour to the Black Hills, the Coast, and back. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson went as far as the Hills with them. Maurice Michel, Jefferson, and Jane Benett, Des Moines, spent the week-end with the former's mother, Mrs. A. E. Michel, here. Maurice is in state highway commission employ. JTLI, IIIIU nil 3. A. ^-" AWW*..~ Monday for their new home at 2210 Chautauqua St., Des Moines. Mr. Robinson travels for the Glbbs- N O . 2 __ Cook company. The Robinsons had CaS; h cream- lived here several years. l»[rs. /ndu Uutlcr, Des Moines, came Saturday for a visit till after the Fourth with her father I. M. Finnell, and her daughter, Ruth Ann. She is still in state income tax employ at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Bilyeu, Border, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Bilyeu, AVOden, were guests Wednesday of the C. R. Pommer- enings. Abner and Joe are brothers of Mrs. Pommerening. Charles Hutchison, Boone, is visiting at Mrs. A. Hutchison's. He is a brother of the late Archie Hutchison. 'Charles has been living at a Swedish home at Boone during the last two years. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. O'Harrow, of Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at their nephew W. C. McDougall's. Mr. O'Harrow is manager of the Johnson hotel, and Mr. McDougall works for Botsford's here. Martini Dowel, Muskogee, Okla., came Saturday for two weeks with her'aunt, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. Miss Dewel, who once lived with the Thorpes a year, is now candy clerk in a 5 and 10 store at Muskogee. Imclda Lnvren/ has returned to work at Moe & Sjogren's grocery, after a week's fishing at Cass Lake, Minn. She went with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton, and all report good luck. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson, of Forest City, were Sunday guests of the latter's parents, Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht. Mrs. Larson is the former Lillian Specht, and her husband operates a hatchery. Mary Black returned to Iowa _20c _18c . 18c _14c 24c 22c 25c -lie _.0c ..6c _-Sc Markets subject to change by the time of publication. Swift's Kcgln the Kill. The Swift company has begun Wiling poultry and has added some 12 employes. The whole nuni; her of employes is now 45. SAFETY SAM SAYS City Wednesday, after three weeks Svith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Black, farmers southeast of Algona. She is taking nurses' training at the university hospital. Martha Dewel, Muskogee, Okla., and Viola Heller, R. N. are guests this week till Friday of the former's aunt, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, and the Thorpe daughter Jean at the AV. C. Dewel cottage, Clear Lake. FOR SALE—ANTIQUE wal. chest, $15.00; small buffet, $7; Hoover sweeper, $10; occasional table, $7; smoking stand, $1; pier cabinet, 52; 2 maple cane seat chairs; 2 wal. antique tables. Lots of odds and ends at your own price.— Upstairs at 318 South Jones. 41p41 FREE PEEK CELEBRATION JULY 4th Hand's Park FAIIIMOST, MINN. BA&K11ALL Swea City, la., vs. Truman, MJnn. Game starts at 2:30 p. m. Admission, 25c. Grand stand free. Seating capacity for 1500. Come sit in the shade in one of Minnesota's best ball parks, and see two of the best teams in this locality. FIVE FREE ACTS Afternoon and Evening. 1 BOBO, THE CLOWN, in laddei and wagon wheel acts. 2 YOGAJf & HANSEN, in an instrumental act. 8 EDWARD THE GREAT, a human freak. 4 RED WALSH, the Wyoming Cowboy, plays guitar and sings. fi ALICE ANDHEASON, in dancing, floor and flying acrobatics. BATHING—New bath house and the best toboggan slide to be had. Fine sandy beach. FISHING—Plenty of boats to be had. Finest picnic grounds in this locality. New tables, chairs, seating capacity over 1,000. New light, system, light everywhere. Big Club Dance and Floor Show for members and their guests. Music by the famous Sutherland Swingettes, enlarged band. Cover charge 40c. Jnly 8—Free dance for the duo members and their guests. Satur., July 3—Frank Cotier and His 11 Meu. Minnesota's most fi»W"fl band- Cov. charge only 40c. Summer Handbag Sale Fabrics aud Leathers BeadN YOUTHFUL WOMEN Cool Summer Fashions That Minimize Size Road laws weren't made to hin der, but to help. Remember tha the next time you violate one—an put yourself in the other fellow' place. Take Home Pepsf-Goiy In The Convenient Pepsi-Cola 6 Bottle , C E f COU> One loose or broken part migh mean disaster. Drive your car in for complete inspection. Motor, springs, brakes, everything. WM, C. DAD, GARAGE South Dodge Phone 165. ')rder 6 bottles from your Grocer or Dealer. Easy to carr; ill •isy to cool. When motoring, fishing or for picnics take P«pj| 'ola in the special Pepsi-Cola bag. Drink Pepsi-Cola at h«it| every day. Your dealer can supply you. DISTRIBUTED BY Fort Dodge Bottling Work] Phone Walnut 1421 li = Hood's 38 to 52 to 30^ White bags, colored bags, printed design bags — in envelopes, pouches, and strap handle shapes. 'Stock up for yourself, and for gift giving! Regular Prices $1 to $3 Kresensky's Store Phones 420-421 '( • •• SPECIAL 4TH OF JULY SALE THREE DAYS-JULY. 1st, 2nd and 5th—THREE DAYS Algona, lowil Free Delivery! PORK & BEAKS 18-k, 16-oz. cans, 2 for _____ 9C RED , CHERRIES So. 10 £Q "ffvw can SUGAR 10 Ibs. 10 49C PLUMS Rainbow Purple'] So. 10 cans You needn't look large, and you needn't look matronly; dresses like these make you both slim and young —and keep you wonderfully cool! flip iHw^P ^i^^i^ '» Hosiery COFFEE Red A Ex. Special, Ib. __l5c 2 Ibs. .__ 29c 3 Ibs. 41c Blue G Coffee, Ib. 23c Coffee, Brown Betty, 2 Ibs. 49c Pineapple, 8-oz. can, 3 for 25c Flour, Gold Nugget $1,29 Flour, IGA, 49 Ib*. --- $1.63 Omar Flour, 49 Ibs. $1.79 SARDINES, Ige. oval, mustard or tomato sauce .2 ,.r 21C PEANUT BUTTER, 18-k Nutty, 16-oz. jar _. TOMATO JUICE, IGA jumbo cans 2 for APRICOTS, IGA, tree ripened whole, 2# can PINEAPPLE, No. 2}£ can, ripe and rugged- .2 for* CORN, Golden Bantam, whole kernel .2 cans 27t| CORN, Fancy Country Gentleman, IGA So. 2 2 cans CORNED BEEF HASH, 16-oz. can, IGA * POTTED MEAT, IGA, % cans SLICED BEEF, IGA, medium glass — >? CORN KIX, new, different breakfast food — 2 boxes » PAPER NAPKINS, all colors, 100 couut — -A. IGA PAPER TOWELING 2 rolls »jl WAX PAPER, IGA, 125 foot rolls - ™l 'CANDY BARS -3 5c bars CRACKER JACK, prize pkg, 3 Beverages IGA AH Flavors 24-oz. 3 Bottles l\ CAKE FLOUR Softasilk large DILL PICKLES Carol Quart jar__...._ PORK O BEANS SWEET PICKLES Carol . 21 c TOMATO JUICE cans SALAD DRESS'NG Quart Carol 24c OVEN BAKED BEANS, glass pot 28'oz. 22c BLACK RASPBERRIES So, 1Q BANANAS, S pounds .QUALITY MEATS Minced Ham & Bologna, Ib. ^Sfnf^m Bacon ------ --5lb.box89c BeefR Spring American, l,.i*e,2a<*Zj large »ize, *»• "1 Nsw Cabbajf«? Ntw f

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