Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1938 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1938
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.TttNff 30, 1938. I/HAT DID YOUR TORN CRIB COST? KOSSXJTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA lie We don't know, but crib costs this: per bushel per year for housing ^» ^^ ^ ^^ " 2c with us— inalcosr. of crib. ...... .af least 60 years That R Vic per bushel per year Ijpkeep and interest on •vestment ^*^i^^^^^^w ^^*i^^^ ^^BB^ni^^^ft 4I^MMMi^^pi^^| ^^^^^^ Mr. nml Mrs. Raymond Beamish spent Sunday at Spirit Lake, visit- Ing friends. Mr. mid Mrs. H. E. Rist, their daughter, Mrs. Thomas O'Haire, Washington, D. her husband, and the O'Haire daughter spent ... few days last week as guests at the w. C. Dowel cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maneor, Albia, an i_ •• • W|H SIK!1Hl s "nday and the Fourth 30C per bushel with the C. A. Momyers. Mr. Man- I cor, who i s an automobile 1 Vzc per bu.-yr. . 2c per bushel per year Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Morris came 'home Saturday from Mason City, where they had spent three weeks, visiting the latter's mother, Mrs. 'C. S. Johnson. They also visited sisters there. Mr. Morris works for the telephone company here. Merle Parks, a nephew, accompanied them here for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lundberg, of Peterson, with their sons Stanley and Roger, were Sunday guests of •the Lon Wrights. Mr. Lundberg cier, Is a brother of Mrs. Momyer, was with Mr. Wright's parents on sheep ranch southwest of Spen| cer prior to his marriage. He now Lowest Cost Storage Space ainable and the Most Dependable You figure your crib capacity and we'll figure your building cost. ______ _______ „_. , and the Momyers came here Irom Albla. Mrs. Jfenl Smith spent the week- ', owns a farm near Peterson, a end at Ames with her daughter small town in Clay county. Harriet, secretary in the chemistry , C. K. tircgcr, Marahalltown drug- flepartmont there. Harriet was re- gist, was here again Monday, look- cently graduated from the Amer- ing after his father's estate. He lean Institute of Business at Des Moines. A Knniiicli reunion was held at Sunday, and attending was accompanied by, his brother- in-law, E. A. McMillan, also of Marshalltown, who was recently graduated from the law college at rntcrlciken from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. I Iowa City and is looking for Fred Jacob, Mr. and Mrs. Garret place to hang out his shingle. ™"i kop L nnd I(la n " d Ella Z H Mr - «»«' Ww- John Goeders and ' ?om1,, o ei ' e We ™ PerS ° nS ! Ml '- lllld Mrs - Dclmi s Goeders left •rim « ?-' « vii ! lhis morning for a trip along the J.he Rot. Mr. \oor.ics, pastor of, Mississippi river where John he ocal Naxarene church, will'bo Goeders. formerly lived. They back Sunday, and will preach in : planned to be gone three days and the morning, after a month in Texas with his wife's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Voorhies conducted meetings in Texas. Helen Morrow, daughter of M. M. Morrow, Audubon, will start Structural Clay oducts Institute AMES, IOWA EASY AS PIE To Shop at LONG'S i • If you'don't'see "what you want, just ask for us, (maybe you won't have time, for we may suggest § you something new.. "EVERY DAY SOMETHING NEW" That is what puts the pep and fun in the Meat |d Grocery game. "A SEW FRONT MAKES A NEW STORE" I know the firm and clerks will enjoy the NEW [>NT and other changes that have taken many (eeks to construct, and we hope our friends, custom- and fellow TRADESMEN will also enjoy the ange. Every little bit of improvement on STATE REET or in our city helps us all. So come in and look both sides over. Even ask at it costs if you wish. I'And even ask how long LONG'S expect to run a food Store" and the answer will be—just as long as DNG'S long legs will let him run up and down the pre waiting on you and in between times—Crack a ke, Take a short cut to LONG'S for MEATS AND ROCERIES. NOW FOR THE 4TH OF JULY . We Mill have a big supply of EVERYTHING— leu milk-fed spring chickens. |eivill be open Monday forenoon, the 4th of July— "DON'T FORGET." Long's Food Shop °>es 214215 . . Many quick deliveries Wm a WHITTEMORE ML Y 3 and 4 «*n Dinnert Both Day* at 5 P. M. • BASEBALL July 3, Lottt Creek Vi, West Bend 4, Whittemore v§, Winner of Games start at 1 p. m. Attraction- King Real's Revue Stillmjin show* Both Day* Clowns, lingo, Concessions, ChilfJren/i Sports Monday i ^ Admiition to Ground* _ „ ..„„„.„„ , .j She was graduated in nurses' training three years ago and had since been working in a doctor's! office at Des Moines. ] Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stewart, of' Manson, were Sunday guests of the Clint Lighters. Both families nro former Bode residents. • Mr. Stewart is a hardware dealer, and Mr. Lighter is manager of the local Miller Lumber Co. County Treasury and Mrs. M. ,T. Duffy attended the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Priesler, Whittemore, Monday morning. She died at the age of 85. The Duffys lived many years at Whittemore, where, Mr. Duffy was a bank employe. Celia and Agnes Mullen, of DeKalb, 111., will leave late in the week, after two weeks here with their sister, Mrs. H. E. Kain. The R. E. Kains and their guests spent Monday with the Stephen PoweiV family, farmers near Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronan, ot Toledo, will spend the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan, and Mrs. Cronan's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. G. W. Bleich, near Burt. Donald still owns a variety store at Toledo. Mrs. G. L. Vohs got home Monday from Chicago, where she had gone a month ago to visit her daughter, Mrs. Donald Grettie, and the latter's infant son. The baby, the second boy, was born May 29. Mr. Grettie is a Swift chemist. The Tier, and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman and the latter's sister, Mrs. Alice Vennink, spent all of last week at the Muhleman camp on Lake Pelican, north of Brainerd, Minn. They didn't fish, for Mr. Muhleman wag without a fishing license. Arleiic, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson, had an appendicitis operation Tuesday morning at the Kossuth hospital. She recently began work as stenographer for County Attorney Winkel. Arlene was graduated this year from the local high school. Mrs. W. W. Gillespie returned Monday from the Victor Frideres farm near Wesley, where she had been caring for Mrs. Frideres and the infant son born ten days ago. The baby weighed 10% pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Frideres have one other child, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Harig spent, the week-end at Omaha with Mr. and Mrs, R. W. Featherstone and brought home their daughter Betty, who had been visiting there. Mrs. Featherstone is a cousin of Joe, who is Algona's well-known Chevrolet salesman. | Margaret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson, began work Tuesday as stenographer at the local Metropolitan Life office. She formerly clerked in the Nelson & Lensing grocery store. Helen Sterling and Helen Zittritsch also work for the Metropolitan. County Supt. and Mrs. William Shirley took the latter's father, S. F. Barger, to De Soto Sunday for a few weeks with a son, E. A. Barger, who owns a grocery store there. The elder Mr. Barger makes his home with the Shirleys. E. A. used to farm near Swea City. Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt will leave Saturday evening for week's vacation in the Black Hills. The Anderson little son Jerry will be with his grandparents, Mr. ant Mrs. A. 0. Sonerholm, Crysta? Lake. Harold travels for Decker's M, P. Wearer had as guest at Rotary Monday his son-in-law, Dr. R. E. Menzel, Salt Lake City, Utah Mr. and Mrs, Menzel and their sot Hugh left Wednesday, after a visit since Friday with the Weavers. Doctor Menzel is a chemistry professor in a Salt Lake City college. Mrs. ElUs Runchey, of Clarion, with her children, is spending the week -with Mrs. Mary Runchey and other relatives. Ellis now operates an oil station at Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fisk, Rockford, 111., were Sunday guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Mary Runchey. Mrs. Gordon Dfngman, of West Bend, with her. daughter Betty, was a week-end guest of the former's sister, Mrs. Leo SpiUes, and Betty remained for a several weeks visit. Mae Stiles, also Weet Bend came with Mrs. Dingman and wrote teachers' "exams" here "Messrs, and Mesdaraes Fred Easel, Ben Ingebritson, Wm. C. Dau, with Helen Sterling, Arno Hahn, the latter of Wblttemore, and Mrs. Peter Ehlere, Swea City, mother of Mrs. Dau, spent Sunday fishing at Lost Island and reported good jack. Fred and Ben work at tlie D IfcBl V BalPb Finkbtae. of Atlantic were week-end guests 0* fhelaUer-I sitter. Mr j. G. W. SU11- £aY, and took home with them the women's mother, Mrs. Minnie Hoi- au^^s^iaw bine works for the Gree» will make stops at Luxemburg, Cascade, Worthington, St. Granada, Galena, III., and Guttenbuf-g. Wayne SnilHi is taking a week's vacation from the local creamery. left Sunday for he where yesterday (Wednesday) for Madera, Calif., where they will spend the rest of the summer. From there, they will go to Tucson, Ar- iv/.ona, to live, and John and Joyce will attend the stole university there. The Christensens have had their Advance address changed to 124 North H. Street, Madera. Mrs. Jf. C. Illcc and her daughter, who went to Rochester a week or so ago for examination of Mr?. Rico by Mayo doctors, may come home this week. The doctors are trying out a new treatment which ao far has resulted in marked improvement, and they may send Mrs. Rico home for local administration of the treatment over •"• period of two or three months. Dr. P. Enrl Burgess came home Tuesday from Indianola, where he had spent ten days, teaching in a ministerial summer school at Simpson college. He was registrar and business manager of the summer school. Mrs. Burgess, her two children, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Irwin, Sac City, came yesterday, and the Trwins remained for the rest of the week. Elcnnor Payne, graduate nurse from Mercy hospital, Mason City, returned to Mason City last Thursday, after a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne. She will be at the hospital the rest of the summer, and will then do private nursing. Catherine Seiner, also a Mercy graduate, spent last week Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt J. Selzer. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles drove to Boone Wednesday to get Mrs. Chrischilles' mother, Mrs. Sallie Kranz, who had since January been with a son, E. H. Kranz, at Manhattan Beach, Calif. Mr. Kranz owns and operates a they are visiting Fernley Runchey, brother of Mary. Wayne lives with his aunt, Mrs. Neal Smith, and Mary was graduated from the local high school this year. Mrs. K. W. Colt, Evanston, 111., with her son Jackie, arrived Monday for a month with the former's parents, Abstractor and Mrs. C. A. Momyer. Mr. Colt, who is an Armour chief chemist at Chicago, will come after his wife and son after a month's business -nission in the east. Mrs. Colt is the former Margaret Momyer. The Lloyd Gcrbers, Storm Lake, with Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Fexe and Hazel Pate, Humholdt, were week-end guests of "the Chris Wal- lukaits. Mrs. Gerber, Mrs. Fexe, Miss Pate, and Mrs. Wallukait are sisters. Mr. Gerber ,is manager of a Sieg store, and Mr. Fexe is in Humboldt Trust & Savings bank employ. Miss Pate is a stenographer. Little Sheila, 2%-year-old daughter of Postmaster and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, had an emergency operation for appendicitis 'Wednesday morning at the Kossuth hospital. She had not been well and was thought to be reacting to smallpox vaccination. Her grandmother Mrs. Daniel Kelly, and her aunt, Mary Kelly, both of Emmetsburg, came Wednesday. Walter, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Barker, Des Moines, is spending the summer here, working at the creamery and lodging at the Dr. F. L. Tribon home. He will be a junior in high school next year. The Barkers, former Algonians, ,vill spend the week-end 1 here. Mr. Barker, former county agent here, s still looking after farms for an insurance company. Pauline Graham, of Springdale, Ark., teacher, is spending a few weeks with her cousin, Mildred jeauty salon at Pasadena. Mrs. Kranz came back via Salt Lake ?,ity. She spends part of the year in California, and the rest of it tiere. 'Writing from Hot Springs, S. D, on June 21, W. J. Payne, who with his family, was having a weeks outing there, said: "We are thoroughly enjoying our vacation. Have visited sugar tion project, mines, beet- irriga- lumber and two daughters, one in the seventh ;rade, the other in the third. Mr. Pearson is the son of C. W. Pearson, who operates the Brown dairy store oh Jones (No. 16D) street. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Becker took .he latter's nephe'w, Duane Jensen, .0 Rock Rapids last week, and .hence he took bus for Milbank, S. 0., where he will .spend the rest of the summer with his father, II. Clifford Jensen, returning in the fall to resume school here. He has ittended the local schools two .'ears. The Beckers stopped at Sioux City on the way back, and thence brought Mrs. Mary Otto, mother of Mrs. Becker, here for a visit. Mrs. ,Tosei>li White, Manilla, and her three children, La Vonne, Mau•ice, and Joann, spent the weekend with Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Norman. Mrs. White, with the aid of a son, has edited the Manilla newspaper since her husband's death two years ago. The eldest daughter, LaVonne, was recently graduated from St. Joseph's nurses' school, Sioux City, and the son Maurice was graduated from high 'school last spring. Joann is in the grades. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parsons, with the former's sisters Helen and Phyllis, got back laic Saturday night from two weeks in the West. They stopped at Yellowstone Park, visited Victor's brother Dwight at Seattle, Wash., stopped for the Grand Coulee Dam, saw the Pacific, and came back via Salt Lake City, traveling a total of 5,000 miles. Mr. Parsons is in the employ of the Druggists' Mutual, Helen of the Iowa State bank, and Phyllis of Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan. P. A. Lonergan, % state income tax deputy whose home is at Bancroft, reported Monday that his wife, who suffered a broken leg in an automobile accident at St. Joe two weeks ago, is doing well. The bone was broken in two at a point above the knee. Mrs. Lonergan will have to remain in the Kossuth hospital about six weeks. She was a Schimmel girl at Bancroft before marriage. Mr. Lonergan is the Stehles had ever been so far away from home, and they report a wonderful time. Vernon, who plays in the Navy band, has a car, and he took them to many historic points in states adjoining the District of Columbia, Including Wash- PAGE FIVBS ••••••• ington's home at Mount Vernon. Vernon is married, and his wife is the former Etta Allison, whose father was once an Algona painter. They have no children. Erma is still employed in the treasur department JULY 4|th j Is Play Day at Humboldt GALA DAY AT THE HUMBOLDT FAIRGROUNDS Ford V-S and Bicycles will be given away PROGRAM Junior League Baseball in Morning at Taft's Park Diamond at 10:30 a. m. HUMBOLDT VS. POCAHONTAS E flour mills. With county agent again covering his territory, which to identify plants. Went through college of mines, Crystal Cave, game lodge, zoo, Rushmore memorial, etc." Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Furjanick, Long Beach, Calif., arrived Monday for a few days with Mrs. Furjanick's mother, Mrs. Josephine Southgate, and her sister, Mrs. T. T. Herbst. Mrs. Furjanick is the former Priscilla Southgate, and her husband is a band instructor in the Wilson high school, Long Beach. From here the -Furjanicks will go to Virginia, Minn., to visit Mr. Furjanick's parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker, with their son Durwood, will leave early next week for a business and pleasure trip in the west. They will visit the Yellowstone Park, Salt Lake City, Boulder Dam, relatives at Long Beach, Glendale, Big Timber, Mont., and Lewistown. iThey plan to be gone five weeks. (Durwood, who has been working for v an uncle at Kanawha, will come Sunday. James Bishop and Harlan- Sigsbee got home Tuesday evening from a trip in Kentucky and Tennessee. They visited James's sister, Mrs. Margaret Hilliard, at South Bend, and his brother Harry at Louisville, Ky.; also visited several points in Tennessee, including Nashville and Medford. Trekking west, they made a stop at Kansas ! City before coming home. James AFTERNOON Program starts at 2 p. m. BASEBALL—BANCROFT VS. THOR Both of th'ese teams have only been beaten once this year. WHO BARN DANCE FROLIC Featuring Lem and Martha, Louisiana Lou, Sunset Corners Five, Williams Bros. Quartet, Grandpa Jitters, Norman, the Bird Man, Wade & Wade, Acrobats, Jack & Jill, the world's smallest dancing ponies. JOHNNIE CROOK'S MOTORCYCLE RODEO CIRCUS CYCLE RACES AND consists of four counties—Kossuth Winnebago, Hancock, and Wright Dr. Walter A. Fniser, Rochester N. Y., and Scott Fraser, Philadelphia, will leave Saturday, after a week here with their mother and sister, Mrs. W. A. Fraser and Eleanor, respectively. Doctor Fraser is a research physicist in the glass department of the Bausch & Lomb Co., and immediately after his re turn to New York, the company will send him to Boston for a week's seminar in glass-making at the Massachousetts Institute of Technology. Scott is teacher ' in the Overbrook high school and Drexel Institute. Barber and Mrs. S. J. Stehle got home Tuesday morning frorc Washington, D. C., where they had spent five weeks with the son Vernon and daughter Erma. Mr. Stehle has reopened his home barber shop. This was the first time Rich, of the W. C. Dewel home. I works at Steele's; Harlan, for Misses Graham and Rich attended Laing & Muckey. the State Teachers college at Ce- { The.Eugene Pearsons, of Lone dar Falls together. The two girls Rock, have bought one of George and Mildred Brandow inspected ~L. Miller's new houses on Elm the West Bend grotto Tuesday street an will move here by July evening—arid got home at 1:30 a. 1. Mr. Pearson, "who owns a pool m., after a tire puncture. (hall and dance pavilion at Fenton, Mrs. P. J. Chrlstensen, with her will be a salesman for C. W. son John and daughter. Joyce, left Morck here. The Pearsons have New Call and Iowa Douglas' successor to ^Magnificent )scession", •previewed in Algona Friday morning.-. Their verdict. This one you should see! Year's best seller. 'Four breat stars. Cosmopolitan production. LLOYD c. JJOUGIAS SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JULY 8 AND 4 We Have Doubled Our Cooling Capacity "IT'S COOL, AT THE CALL" Continuous show each day from 1 O'clock WAS SCHMELING FOULED? See in slow motion—see CiOSf -UP Of THE JOE LOUIS -SMHHING •',„,. HtAVYWEICHT CHAMPIONSHIP TITLC BOUT Plus IOWA THEATER SUNDAY THRU, WEDNES, (Re-Issue) LORETTA YODNG SPENCER TRACY GLENDA FARREL "Han's Castle* Figfct Pictures SundayxSfonday 2nd Feature w SMOK EATERS BURN ., SHERWAW RcbtABMSraOMG HEiJWt/ijnieDRINK WITHVITAMIN'D' Eight daredevil riders that defy death in every act. A feature of this motorcycle rodeo is leaping a motorcycle over a moving automobile from the back to the front. Six Heats of Motorcycle Races. WADE AND WADE Wade and Wade, America's foremost equilibrists, will be one of the featured attractions at the American Legion Celebration at Humboldt July 4th. Have appeared in practically every major theater in America. EVENING Program starts at 7:30 p. m. The Humboldt High School Marching £and will drill in front of the grandstand. SWINGTIME VABIETIES REVUE Eight girls in line; Frink & Hammon, singers; Wayne Platter, colored dancer; Joe Gazzo and his orchestra. Irvin Grossman, master of ceremonies. DANCING . Two different orchestras will furnish the music for the dance in the new dance pavilion. The Sunset Corners Five will start the evening and Joe Gazzo and His Orchestra will finish it. MONSTER MIDWAY CUT RATE GROCERY SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY Phones 271 and 272 Miller's Corn Flakes 2 pkgs. 15c P. & G. Soap 5 giant bars 19c Standby Pork & Beans __ 3 20-oz. cans 25c Minute Tapioca, pkg. _ _ 14c Jolly Time Giant Yellow Pop Corn, can 14c Oil Sardines 5 cans 19c Exquisite Sauerkraut 2 No. 2 cans 23c Lima Beans __No. 2 can 9c Jello-Freezing Mix, 7 diff. flavors, ea, _ lOc Fruitsips Cold Drink 1__3 pkgs, lOc White's Lemon Flavoring __8-oz. bottle 18c Am. Salt, regular lOc bags, each - - - - —8c Red Heart Kibble Biscuit . - -12 Ib. pkg, 25c MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing * 39c U. S. NO. 1 NEW Potatoes PK. Powd. SUGAft; Heinz Cucumber Pickle*. Jumbo jar -~21c French'* Bird Seed or Gravel, _ 2 box5» %$c Instant Folium- - - - - -, 4 os. 25c * 8* OK. 45c Mam'th Sunland Ripe Olives 4£.oz. can 12c Navy Beam ^ - - - - - :; '„' - -,,m PJcg. .rid TfTirn 71 Vac, packed French fried Potatoes, can » t n • i ^-ii ~- -a'cu American or Brick Cheete - ! ,.'LU>1 TOfi m mf « Planning, • >, », —" K&fm

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