Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1938 · Page 10
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TEN tCOSStJTU COtJNTlf ADVANCE. ALQOMA. IOWA NEW STORE TO BE OPENED ON JULY 15 HERE t Hutchison Bldg. Now Almost Ready for S. & L. Co. "Work on the renovation and remodeling of the Hutchison (former Quinby) building, which was badly damaged by fire a few months ago, is going forward steadily, and it is expected that the job will'be finished in two weeks more. A new floor has been laid in the main room downstairs, and the balcony has also been refloored. The basement floor will be sanded. .The display partitions fronting on the street are new. Company's 29th Store. The S. & L. chain store company, of Minneapolis, Is preparing to occupy the building on or shortly after July 15, and this will be the company's 29th store. Another store will be opened at Fort Dodge the same day. The company will handle a general line of both men's and women's goods. The policy of the store will be to carry the goods which it is found on test that patrons want. A representative of the company said it might take two years to find that out. Lines will be added or discontinued in accordance with the findings. The S. & L. name is "short" for Salkin & Linoff. It is not known here yet who will be local manager. It is supposed that two or three new families will be brought to town and that other employes will be mainly local people. All Offices Taken. The second flo&r remodeling is rapidly approaching completion, and Theodore Hutchison announced Monday that every office has now been rented. Lloyd Bohannon, new local insurance writer, rented the only rooms that were left last week. With its roomy central court off which all the offices open, this floor is now one of the best office properties in north Iowa. The rooms all open into each other, so that almost any needs in office space may be accommodated. State Brand Annual Meet at M. C. Today Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Christiansen and Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Seeman will attend an annual State Brand Creameries picnic, Mason City, today (Thursday). Some CO creameries in northern Iowa will be represented. Algona will have representatives in a cream-scoring contest this forenoon. Eugene Drager, Gerald Dehuert, Rodney Gilbride, and Michael Stoffe"., all of Algona, and Rex Taylor, Sexton, will take part. Algona placed second in the contest last year. Turner Will Speak at Em'burg Monday Dan Turner of Corning, former governor of Iowa, will give the address of the day at the Fourth of July celebration in Emmetsburg Monday in the Soper park at 2:30 p. m., Congressman Fred Gilchrist, Laurena, also invited to be on the Yerln Lownmn Js llride— Vefla Lowman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Robinson, and Earl Miller, both of Algona, were married at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at the Baptist parsonage, the Rev. F. C. Volske officiating in a single ring ceremony. Mildred Robinson, sister of the bride, and W. E. Colbert, were attendants. The bride was gowned in blue with white accessories, and the bridesmaid wore pink with white accessories. The couple, who left for a short honeymoon, will be at home after July 1 in north Algona, where a bungalow is being construced fo them. The bridegroom, who cam to Aigona four or five years ago is a carpenter'for Cowan & Son. Jfuoml Circle Gives Shower— The Naomi Circle met Friday a the Dehnert hotel, and a mescell aneous shower was given for Mrs August Bernau, the former Dor othy Knudson. The gifts were brought in pn a small wagon de corated in green and pink, and the table scheme was.carried ou in the same colors. Dinner was served at 5:30. Mrs. C. C. Wrlgh and Mr. and Mrs. Dehnert were presented gifts in appreciation of good work during and preceding the recent Rebekah county convention. men are daughters of Mrs. Mansmith. Mr. and L lit hem n Y. P. S. Plans Banquet— The Lutheran Y. P. S. will meet for a 7 o'clock banquet Friday evening at the church. A Fourth of July theme will be carried out in decorations, etc., and there will be some 40 persons in attendance The Rev. P. J. Braner 'will be toastmaster, with Esthel Lavrenz toastmistress. Toasts are to be given by Rita Will, Luella Bell and William Zimmerman. The serving committee consists of the Mesdames Henry Lavrenz, Robert Bell, William Otto, and Carl Lehman, Double Wedding Performed Here The Rev. M. A. Sjostrand, pastor of the First Lutheran church, officiated in a double wedding Saturday at the parsonage. William. M. Olson, San Pedro, Calif., and Wilma Davis, Mankato, were married, with Lloyd A. Olson, Worthington, Minn., and Alice Davis, Burt, attendants. In the second ceremony Mr. Olson and Miss Davis were married with the William M. Olsons as witnesses. Lloyd is a mail carrier, and William is a navy electrician. Club Entertained at Rapids— Members of the Candlelight club here were guests from Tuesday till Thursday at the Sumner Quarton home, Cedar Rapids. Members going down were Mesdames W. B. Quarton, F. W. Dingley, E. J. Murtagh, C. H. Beardsley, C. T. Chubb, and J. W. Sullivan; also Lucia Wallace. Mrs. L. C. Nugent and Mrs. S. E. McMahon were guests, substituting for Mrs. T. C. Sherman and Mrs. J. T. Chrischil- les. Chnrch Picnic Draws Crowd- More than 100 persons attended a Congregational picnic Sunday at the church. "Town" members were hosts to rural members, and the noon lunch was followed by a short program: address of Welcome, H. W. Miller; response, Mr.s. J. C. Mawdsley; vocal solo, D. P. Smith; talk, the Rev. Mr. Vance. Royal Neighbors Meet at Farm— The Royal Neighbors met Tuesday afternon at the farm home of Mrs. Edward Hopkins, Mrs. Elliot Skil'ling and Mrs. Ben Potter assisting. The afternoon was spent at bridge. Mrs. Andrew Godfredson won high; Mrs. Fred Powell was low; and Mrs. Harvey Coleman won a door, prize. Three to Em'bnrg 1 Luncheon— Mesdames W. W. Sullivan, E. C. McMahon, and M. J. Streit attended a one o'clock luncheon Tuesday noon at the Kermore Hotel, Emmetsburg, in honor of Mrs. Sullivan's sister, Mary Kelly, who will. be married Saturday to Gilbert Knudson Jr., of the Ft. Dodge Messenger. Musical Trio Is Coming— A musical trio of three young men from, the Northwestern Bible school, ftfinneapolis, wild present a program Thursday evening at 8 at the Baptist church. The trio will entertain with singing and instrumental numbers. A free will offering will be taken. Book Club Honors Visitor- Mrs. Marguerite Kenefick and Mrs. D. D. Paxson entertained the Book club at one o'clock luncheon Saturday at the Kenefick home in honor of Mrs. Robert Baily, who celebration speaking program, was unable to accept. A program of sports and other entertainment will be held in the afternoon. Bees Taken to Clover. The Sparks bees at Hobarton have been having a hard time of it this year because of so much rainy and cool weather. Of late the lives have been loaded on a truck and taken to clover fields where they have a chance to do their stuff. Wet weather impedes or altogether stops the flight of bees. City and County Mrs. R, S. Blossom went to Burt Sunday to spend a few days with Mrs. C. H. Blossom. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furst spent Sunday at Spencer and the lakes. Mr. Furst is a mineral salesman. Bernio* Lndwlg, West Bend, spent Sunday here with friends. She hag a beauty shop at West Bend. Jack Chrischilles and Herman Helberg went to Horseshoe Lake, Minn., Tuesday for a. few days of fishing. Stella Mae Breen, stenographer for J. L. Bonar, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Jenny Breen, Titonka. Pattersons in Family Reunion— The J. M. Pattersons held a family reunion Sunday at Clear Lake, and attending were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schock, Bode; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell, Algona, two children; Mr. and Mrs. James Love Garner, and four children; Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, with their children, Ilda, Idella, and Verle, all at home. Mesdames Schock, Maxwell are other daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Patterson. Picnic Celebrates Birthdays— Messrs, and Mesdames H. F. Dorsey, Ledyard, C. I. Mansmith, sons Victor and Melbourne, George Manus, son Larry, all of Burt, and Philip Puffer, Corwith, with the L. W. Gillespies, Algona, had a picnic dinner Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs. Mansmith and Mr. Dorsey. The wo- Poultry authorities tell us that even as late as August is plenty early to buy baby chicks. Come and see us and let us tell you what they have told us. U. S. Approved Fullorum Tested. WELP'S HATCHERY Bancroft, Iowa Is Your Granary or Crib Ready For Business ? HARVEST IS COMING ON FAST Almost before you know it you are going to need a SAFE place to store the splendid crops that you and Mother Nature have so well on the way at the present time. Don't let a bad foundation, a weak roof or other weak spots in your grain storage cause you to lose a single bushel of these fine new crops. See us NOW for the materials you will need to make your crop storage both weather and rat proof BEFORE you start harvesting and threshing. F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229 Bible Class Has Program— The Congregational woman's Bible class met Tuesday at Mrs. Hortense Ferguson's and hostesses were Mesdames Josephine Southgate, John Daub, and W. F. Walker. Mrs. H. E. Morgan led devotlorva, and Mrs. Southgate gave a talk on her visits at Ijong Beach, Calif., and Seattle. Teddy and Joel Herbst gave piano solos and also played a piano duet. Rnncy Family In Gct-Togctlicr— _ The annual Raney reunion was held Sunday at the fair grounds, with 109 attendance. The Raneys begain their reunions In 1920, and have met every year since. They always meet on the last Sunday In June, and they have held all but four of their reunions in Algona, the others being liDld at Owatonna, Minn., Sioux City, and twice at Brltt. • Is Visiting here from Philadelphia. r.eglon 'Aiix' Tomorrow Night— The Legion Auxiliary will meet Friday evening at the Legion hall, with Mrs. Joseph Harlg in charge. Mrs. V. V. Naudaln is chairman of division, and new officers will be Installed. 1'rcsbytcrlan- Social Announced— The Presbyterian young people will hold an annual ice cream social Saturday on the lawn of the parsonage. If It rains, the social will be held In the church basement. OTHER SOCIETY,. Dr. and Mrs. L. G-. Baker reach' ed their 22nd wedding' anlversary last week Thursday, and In honor of the event entertained at an Informal party in the evening. ' W. P. Hemphill was low. Mrs. Mae Miller, mother of the hostesa, presented each of the members with a home-made embroidered tea towel. Spike Pierce* Foot of an Algona Youth Dwalne Lighter, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter, stepped on an old and rusty spike whlbh Seasonable Values at A&P Large ripe WATERMELONS, Cftcll CANTALOUPES, Size 36, 2 for JAR RINGS, Red 3 doz. 49c 25c We Size 800 LEMONS, dozen POTATOES, peck CERTO, bottle— 29c 34c 22c Drink more milk for healtn! A pint a day for adnlts—at least a glass at every meal for children— FLUID MILK Quart Bottle lOc REAL QUALITY—for lunches, sandwiches, omelets, salads, cheese sauce—Mild American or BRICK CHEESE Ib. 17c All for One —A&P SOFT TWIST BREAD" 25c Borden's American Loaf CHEESE, JFJ 2.1b. box ___________ '*/ C Angelus — Cello Pack MARSHMALLOWS, 2 Mb. bags Popcorn Confection CRACKER JACK, / f 4 pkgs. ----------- JLOC QUEEN OLIVES, quart jar _._ A&P. Golden Bantam Whole Kernel IQg* CORN, 2 No. 2 cans A. & P. Cream Style CORN, 3 No. 2 cans 3 for It's Iced Coffee weather! the pick up without a heat up! BED CIRCLE, 2 l-Ib. bags — Assorted flavors KOOL-AID, IK *t 4 pkgs. J.OL Black RASPBERRIES, No. 10 can _____ 55c CRUSHED PETE- APPLE, No. 10 can PEACHES, No. 10 can Dally Growth Fine CHICK FEED, 100-lb. bag _„. 41 c A&P FOOD STORES OWNED AND OPERATED BY THE CHEAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA COMPANY Every Summer Coat, Suit & Silk Dress must go Chrischilles Store OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN The cold unseasonable weather had left us overstocked on summer merchandise, and we offer a great stock of new, fresh, clean, desirable summer coats, suits, and silk dresses at prices such as you would expect in August. Take advantage of this unusual opportunity to fill your summer needs at prices which spell real economy to you. Come in at once —- you'll be amazed at how cheaply you can buy REAL QUALITY GARMENTS. Beautiful Mello-Suade Coats 25 high grade summer coats in pastel colors (rose, beige, white, copen, aqua, tomato) in both lined and unlined models, practical, serviceable., charming wraps which you can use so much in the summer evenings—both^^ A ^_ ^_ suedes and woolens are shown— we offer the entire group^Kflfe _••--• at only •^lPVpO^7____P Smart, Chic Summer Suits A complete range of summer suits — both white and pastel and dark Tropical worsteds, all sizes from 12 to 20 — real dressy and practical garments which you can wear all summer and Pall with neat net and lace blouses. Pick yourself a suit now at these greatly reduced prices $4*98 and $8.95 | Charming Washable Silk Dresses : We are overstocked on exclusive high grade summer dresses in washable novelty : fabrics, hop-sacking, laces, combination-prints and a host of new materials which : we offer at sharply reduced prices. This includes dresses that sold for $11 75 and 5 515.00 (a few higher) and they will go into this sale at regular July and August : sale prices. . j VERY SPECIAL ss Featured is a large group of summer silk dresses which formerly sold for $8.95, jg $10.95—these are NEW DRESSES—in all sizes from 12 to. == 50—prints, sharkskin, laces, novelty prints and clever SS fects — about 50 attractive dresses 1 2 for $10,00 = Entire stock cotton lace dresses—all colors, 14 $CJ tf%B* 1 to 46, special _.. , „_,__ 9«tf & H All Bradley sumer knit dresses, sizes 14 to 40, reduced __ ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIUIIIIUJH pierced his left foot Saturday afternoon while he was at work at the Miller lumberyard, of,Which his father te maiiager. He was taken to a doctor, given a shot for'te^ tanus> and was able to return to work Tuesday. Dwalne was grad- uated from the thlear. &'' r — CELEBRATE THE 44 COMFORT Treat Yourself to an Air Conditioned Summer We are prepared to show an unusually large assortment J newest and smartest summer clothing and furnishings • ij Palm Beach SUITS Shape Retaining and good looking COOL BREEZY 17.75 Palm Beach Slacks 5.5Q Sanforized Wash Slacks 1.95 Sport Shirts to fill every need! Dress Shirts Tailored with care, comfortable and,very light weight. 1.65 Neckwear Jantzen Swim Trunks Interwoven Sox Just right in colors & weigM for cool summer wear 35c STRAW HATS 98c to 2.00 We Invite You to Visit Us Soon ^^^^^^ "»*•••••••*•••••••••• LUSBY'S Ice Cream Business Is Good There', a Rea,o^ Drpp i» Over the Week-End. We Have Many F vor« to Choo. e From. Ice Creai Quality CBEAM At the BJght

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