Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1938 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1938
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JPAQE TEN ST, BENiCT PASTOR HOST TO VISITORS St. Benedict, July 12 — State Senator A, J. Shaw and Mrs. Shaw, of Pocahontai^ honored St. Benedict and the Key. Father Kramer with a visit Sunday, and other visitors from Pocahontas were Letma Kopriva, Mrs. Frances Carey, Mrs. W. J. Posakony, her children, Kathleen and Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kopriva, their chilli-en, Dolores, Benetta, lone, .Ruth, Patri- 1 cia, and John. All had a picnic' dinner on the church grounds, and the children afterwards drove to j Algona Tor a clip in the swimming i pool, while the men attended a 1 ball game between St. Benedict! and Woden in which St. Benedict was victorious, 7-3. Senator and Mrs. Shaw, us well as all the rest i Showers for Mrs. Miller— Mrs. Earl Miller, the former Ver- ln Lowman,wa s honoree at a postnuptial shower at the home o£ Mrs Chris Jensen, west of Algona, Friday, and assisting hostesses were Mesdames Arch Walker, Everett Witham, Albert Walker, Ben Slo- f. 1 l'-. JHerman . Ljndeman, Lewis KOSSttTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Sc j ir . auths ' th e Ray Wingerts, . and Mrs. Louis Wingert. son Charles the John Youngs! the ueorge Ginks, and the Bill Rlckes. ft '^ hd f y Clnb nt l«hc— whi ," M'' S ,° f the Dirthd a>' club to hMn %* Iflte Mrs ' W " G » ewcl ' JS m? „ al ' f % gue l t8 from yester- i of 11 ext Tussda y «t the Dew' w.J ^ at Clear Lake ' ^vlted ' P w Mesd(l ?J es Helen Paxson, M. Hard^A Y I 5 rfrln « ton - M - P ' ' Petel 's°n. Mn-ttle l "j*- A color scheme of blue and >u 0 °" **? cal ' ied , out in deco- j M i™ re e ved 'man^'T' ^ G E Havne ft ,,T Lf ^i ? *' ;:Lell , nn '^-"re h"n?fn«I fAndrew cellaneou^ ihownr ? v * , m , 1 , 8 ' " at thn Hnvn« i , S ' Ml11 ' Wednesday ™ me lnst week two ^l, r f™ ™' e "W-.' nf ter 'I h^'h' M, Arm We '' e P'^d. ! " ?' whicj Mrs ' Ml " 01 : unwrapped the flowers, and the garden. ,„,-*. Shaw was organist for the Foca- hontaa parish when Father Kramer pastor there. Irvington Chickens Killed by Prowling Mink in Nighttime -_ CT ._n. July 12—Mr. and Mrs. *Yank Hilbert were aroused from sleep late one night recently by the noise of young chickens fly- tag around theh- pen and when the Hilberts wont out to investigate they found a large number of the birds dead, the heads off some,' others with the blood sucked out i i This is the first report here of BUch a large number killed by a! mink or weasel, but reports of i -. v.i & u, *x. u. jaraes, Hortense , Ferguson, H. E. Rist, D. H. Ooed- , ers, anJ Helen_ Dickinson, Dinner for Brliio-to-Be— Mrs. Jos Oreenberg entertained ?II B S ' U i ner Tuesdft y even- ng, honoring Janet Zerfass, wh s to be married Saturday. Follow ing dinner, two tables of bridge ™ T * ft P^y. Mrs. M. J. Streit win nlng high. Guests besides the lion oree were Lucile Zerfass, Helei Dingloy, and the Mesdames L. 13 Lmnan, J. N. Kenefiok, R H Mil ler, T. H. Chrischilles, and M. J toU'oic. A 4-H demonstration "school" Ocsco Clniiii s ~Clulj Meets— was held nt Bancroft Monday for The Cresco Chums 4-H club the north half of the county, and met Saturday with Patricia Mat a similar meeting will be held at ern, seven members the Voder the public library here Saturday «"d Miss Pepoon, H. b A attend for the south half. The meetings Ing. The program consisted of Achipvenfpnfn 1 ™ P n »* r M™ f °'~ M **™ designs for Sooked rugs Achievement day m August, at and flower bouquets, by LoU Barr time a team will be picked. and Ella Harr respectively Ml« rVThT"' Kt r, Ut ,'j, at «ie state 1 Pepoon spoke on conservation tan. The north-half" demonstra- j work for club girls, and plans •Preston, leader, Mrs. Emil Lar-l,,, T ' ' ison; Buffalo—Ola Mae Miller and: lo ' Toin House Party- Alice Budlong, assistant leader I ^ a Halpin, daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Bleich; Bancroft—Mary ! Mrs - Thomas Halpin, will join a Frances Inman and Burdyne Hunt, ! gl ' oup of Anies college girls for a leader, Mrs. G. G. Pfefferman.' week-end house party at the Oko- Mrs. Bay Miller, county chairman, jkojls. Slle is stenographer for the and Lucile Pepoon, H. D. A., at-1 Dru SSists Mutual in summer and tended and assisted the girls with ! attends college during th- schoo their demonstrations. jyear. Ea'st 1/3 Southeast % Northeast 14, Southeast & Northeast &, pt. Southwest % Southwest %, pt, of Southeast M Southwest %, pt. Northwest M, Southeast &, Northeast % Southeast %, pt. of Soutlnvest M Southeast %, Southeast & Southeast %, of Section 35; pt. of Northwest % Northwest %, Pt. of Southwest % Northwest Vt, pt. .of Southeast % Northwest %, Southwest V\ Southwest M, Northwest % Southwest . %, Southeast . west %, Northeast _ South- Vt South- west Vi, Northwest Vi Southeast %, Southwest % Southeast %, pt. of Northeast Southeast M, Southeast % Southeast tt of Section 36; and all public highways Included In District. You alid eacli of you are hereby notified that there Is now pending before the Boards of Supervisors of Kossuth county and Humboldt county, Iowa, a petition signed by more than 25% of the OAvners of said land asking that a competent engineer be appointed to examine and survey said lands; that a cleanout and general improvements be made to the district. That the engineer so appointed | ha s reported favorably thereon, recommending the cleanout of I said district. , That said report and plan has I made In writing and filed in the' been approved by the joint Boards of Supervisors as a tentative plan for said improvement. That said report and plans may be amended before final action by the Boards of Supervisors. For a more complete description of the proposed improvement see Engineer's report on file. That the same will come up foi hearing before the Boards of Supervisors of Kossuth and Humboldt counties, Iowa, at the Court House in Dakota City, Iowa, at 2 o'clock p. m. on the llth day of August, 1!)38. That all objections to the Improvement of the district must be n ei office of the County Atiditor, Da- J.I. " 10 scal hota City, Iowa, at or before the' •time set for such ' hearing. «t Witness 43-« Starts Tuesday, July 12th-End«.Saturday Evening, July 16th VT^W D A MT-II7 o - bave lost chickens recently The JfO'IICK OF HEARING Off Auxiliary CLEAN OUT the t fo U c 1 al'; I ^-™--^ ATTER ° F J <«NT COUIU>r Legion There was an attempt to raid but the family dog, which is cross,' Is believed to have frightened the cnJprits away. Slips, Falls, Head Cashed, Hair Trim Irvington, July 12—Mrs. T. E. eo ton vice; Mrs. Mary Woo*rarrSf ! Whlttemore, secretory •• M^ Nelson, Swea City, ti-ea^urm- N- L Cotton, LoAe Rock, a?»d —, -....v..^ of the real es- heremafter described: To the Federal Land RnnV Omaha, ~ ' - choice. She and Mrs. ,, olllc ou ,_ Iingame, with the latter's daughter Beulah, attended an Aid meet- Ing at Mrs. Ben Terhune's and did not get home before the hard rain late in the afternoon. Rather than ruin shoes and stockings the women removed them and walked to the house barefoot, but as Mrs Wickwire stepped inside the door she slipped on linoleum, which was also wet from rain through the door, and fell. A large gash was •was cut in the back of her head, and the hair had to be cut off before the wound could be dressed. Son of Farmwife is Author of New Song Jos. Jenkins, Masan City, was here Monday, visiting his mother,' Mrs. Ralph Lage, south of town, 1 and calling on friends. He lives, 1 Kebeknh Officers Installed— | The Rebekahs met at their hall Tuesday evening for installation of j officers. District Deputy Presi-' dent Lucile Dillinger, Algona, and her staff installed: Mrs. William 1 Dehnert, junior past noble grand;! Mrs Dillmger, noble grand; Mrs/i l*. U Barton, right supporter to noble grand; Mrs. C. C. Wright left supporter; Mrs. Walter H Klamp, vice grand; Mayrne Dur- J'ea, her right supporter, Mrs Linea Hiserodt, left supporter-' Mrs Conrad Herman, chaplain Kuth Luud, conductor; Mrs! Wayne Riddle, warden; Mrs. Sid-1 ney Spear, inside guardian; Mrs.! Alma Nelson, outside guardian;! Mrs. Henry Lund, secretary; Mrs ' Myron Ludwig, treasurer. Refresh- 1 ments were served. , Carl, and ^mn Kande and The Travelers Insurance Co,, Lienholders and Incum- brancers of portions of the said Estate hereinafter described: np T, ,r Allen> tow nshlp clerk of Lu Verne township, and John Bormann, township clerk of Sherman township, Kossuth county, Iowa, and the County Highway system of Kossuth county, Iowa and to all persons having or claiming any right, title or interest m and to the following described real estate, to-wit: Lu Verne Twp. (94-27). The Southwest % Southwest V-t of Section 31. Sherman Twp. (94-28) The Southwest % Southeast M of Section 34; pt. of Northeast % Northeast %, pt of Northwest & Northeast %, RAYON PANTIES Women's Sizes 9c Cool for Summer Wear! Women's Anklets lOc OILCLOTH 46 in. width 19c yd. Slight imperfections Men's Shirts arid shorts, ea. __ 19c FREE BRUSH With 2 tubes tooth H Q_ paste C 500 facial tissues. 19c ' 21/4 oz. White SHINOLA SUN GLASSES Crookes" Lens 19c GLASS BOWLS Sale Feature 9c Large 10V1 inch size Refrigerator Jars _9c WASTE BASKETS Special Value! 9c Smart looking design Pint Tin Cups .3 for 9c WATCH FOR OUR BIO 4-PAGE CIRCULAR! W. V. Butler, Owner Chrischilles Store Air Conditioned Begins Wed, Morn. ^^ a great number of so-called -July Ba?S ' have tried to concentrate on a &w S busin getters TW S merchandise is seasonal t l highest quality and it is priced for quick e ! ance. Wise shoppers will buy liberally at low prices— and SAVE. ) y Lace Table Cloths BATHING SUITS BEDUCED $5.95 Suits for $4.95 $4.95 Suits for $3.95 $3.45 Suits for $3.95 $1.98 Suite for $li55 wrote the words for a song, I Want a New Moon, on which 'he now has a copyright. The Columbia Music Publishers have set the words to music, and the song will *e published in August. Among Joe s other ambitions are service in the navy, but some day he wants to be an art teacher. Ex-Lu Verne Youth Wins Navy Honors Lu Verne, July 12 — La Vaun Riley, apprentice seaman in the U S. navy at the Great Lakes train- . —-..UI.IB nun sisters, .Paul . Henry, Josephine, and Marguerite, I Gordon and Calvin Kollasch, Loren I Courtney, and George Stewart Jr. Paul works at Norton's Machine Works; Henry, at the McCormick Deenng shop; Josephine, at the Algonquin; Marguerite, at the; Conservation office; Gordon, at i the James drug; Calvin and Lor-i en, at the Algona Laundry; and; George for the Pioneer Hi-Bred' >Vn-««n.j-aiis ileet Tuesday JTlglit^- Fifteen members of the Wa-Tan- i M, 6 °A, met in the Blu e Room of .-, IIOJ11 - tne Algona hotel Tuesdav even in? stanon. and son of Mr. and j for G o'clock dinner. A busies!' £..->. Charley Riley, formerly of Lu meeting was held, and it wa-TdT Verne, was selected as honor man cided to have a pot-luck supper at of hi* company of 90 members. He ' the next meeting on July 26 at was graduated July 6, and was per- Lula Huenhold's Laura Mitchell r^te«. lated b >'. Re - Ad- and Darlene Stott wifl ^fln was . .. — •— meeting. is the only Wa-Tan-Ye member entered in the local newspapers March of Progress Queen C011 tGS t. Wingerts Hosts on Fourth— Forty-five people celebrated the fourth at Lawrence Wingert's near Weoley. Cafeteria dinner and supper were served on the lawn, with ice cream and watermelon. ^^v^^^^Ki PITTED CHERRIES No. 10 can 49c CUT RATE GROCERY ^^^^^•^^••^•^ BLACK Raspberries No. 10 ' *—. 49c Due to ,he unexpected demand and we were unable to *upplyour cu.tomer. and for their can .1 are t.vMju.,1., uuuHra imatea Dy Rear Ad- anci u, ffliral Hayne E111 6 upon his excel- charge lent attention to duty, resulting in "'"— the winning of the highest honors . ._, Ui L41C iii&ueoL uonors He was graduated from the Livermore high school in 1936, and attended Mason City Junior colleee one year. A Farmers at Lakota Harassed^by Rains Lakota, July 12—This vicinity wltn ice cl 'eam continues to receive a daily raln Attending: Mrs. Mike Wlngert" ana W j n d s torm, making work in IUl ° " Lou " Wingerts, Mrs. R j' the fields almost impassible. Hun- i Thissen, Mrs. J. P. Studer her fr! I °f acres of grain and cornj cllildr en. Mrs. Mike Schrauth, the total loss. The given for She A NSO »nff n a loSlS ' The heaviest rainfall see m s to follow along the north sections of the state, reaching only some six miles souih of Dakota In Friday afternoon's storm hail fell heavily southeast of town in some areas. Another se- ROYAL THEATRE vere ram and windstorm Saturday evening. -*• struck HURT Ex-Whittemore Man Suffers Broken Leg Whittemore, July 12 — L w Swanson, local furniture dealer' received news a week ago that his father, T. A. Swanson, of Glendale, Cahf., had fallen from a ten-foot ladder and suffered a broken leg A branch on an apricot tree from Which he was picking fruit broke and let him fall. The elder Swansons had recently got home from a month here. Mr. Swanson l s 75. Ex-St. Ben. Woman Loses Son? Drowned St. Benedict, July 12—-Word was received by Helen Dowmeyer Sunday night that a brother was drowned Sunday afternoon. Her Always cool aiid comfortable THUBS., FRIDAY, SATUR.- July 14, 15, 1G i££ t hos( f who missed It we are back that wonderful - * - - •••••••"••^•"•••••^•^••v^^^-v www w Frutsips, cold drink 6 dif. fla. 3 pkg. lOc Asst. Vegetables, 9 oz. cans 5c Corn, cream style No. 2 can 8c Marshmallows, fluffy-fresh lb. pkg. 13c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 lb. pkg. __19c —, .- , . .„. wane ^ for Z5c Jar Rings, double lipped _ _ _3 boxes lOc Tomatoes, solid pack No. 2 can ___ 8c Breakfast Food, 4 kgs. asst. ____ 2 9c Mixed Fruit for salads, Mb. can 15 C 3 for 19c ------- f -w ^ -w-ww^WW^ ' - OVEN BAKED PORK&BEANS No. 5 can ^ tfk^» 3 Ibs. 2 ozs. IVC THE BIRTH Ot 1 A BABY Presented by aiaumal Welfare EXTRA HARVEST SPECIALS NO. 10 Cherries ; Pears Peaches Blackberries Apricots Blk. Kuspberries •». v ..^wu *-.uj^ua/ H-iLeruoon. xier parents live at Templeton, and she was here caring for Grandma Immerfall. Mrs. F. Dowmeyer, mother of the drowned boy, is the former Lena Rahm, a daughter of Extra! SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUBS. July 17, 18, 19 SEE JOE LOUIS world's heavyweight champion, in SPIRIT OF YOUTH A full.lengtn feature. Smash en. tertalnment. See Harlem do the big apple. All colored cas£ We "» Positively the first to show .% .**&£ * ™* »rt of reared jA state. Don't nOss it. to you at ^^^^•^'^^••^^•^•••^^•^••^^••^^•HH Cantaloupe ea. lOc, large 2 for 25c French Fried Potatoes, can lOc Oranges, Sunkist, each !_____ lc Missouri Cobbler Potatoes, pk 23c No. 1 Wisconsin Cheese, lb, - 17£ c PUBE CANE SUGAR 5*c 10 lb. Bag__ CELLO BAG COOKIES 25G FREE Summer Cotton ( Dress Goods A large variety of fabrics—inc hiding voiles, Swisses and dimity-jight and dark grounds, exclusive, hand-picked patterns—choice * 29c Embroidered Lunch-' eon Sets ^i« ^ eal , hot weatlj er item- also ideal for prizes, gifts , give-aways"—36-inch per set 95c to $2.95 72x72 and 72x90 „ lace cloths, ecru colornipj cial $1.68 'Cool Voile and Batiste Gowns Ideal for summer, these con. | fortable floral print gowns— white and colored I grounds 89c (A low price—buy your requirements for mos). 81x99 excellent quality bed sheets—only 93o COOL COTTON SUMMER WASH DRESSES REDUCED laces, un r«v to 44-valu4 atll 97 the lot for only ' 8heere and heavler fabri< *' e P«*-aU sizes from U a few at $2-98-yw choice of $1.59 or 2 for $3.00 ^^""^"•^•^•^•^^••^^^•^Bl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Butter Cookjes, 1 lb, box -— _ ___23 C Mason Jar Caps, dozen glc Lemons, Sunkist, dozen 09 Cane Sugar Syrup, No. 5 can 19 C Iced Tea Blend, i lb ~~~IQ HILL'S BUTTERNUT — — — .__ -»-»rj.» ^J J. Coffee 2 Ibs 53c FOLGER'S CHASE _ 2 LB. JAB W6ANUT BUTTER TURKISH TOWELS 20x40 extra weight, double thread turklsh towels, solid colors, Cannon quality, very special for lakes 25c wash cloths to match lOc -, Girdles I79c Pepperell 25c yd Cretonne and Marquisette Panel (Curtains These distinctive and sheer I marquisette curtains have flounces and baby ruffle trira- 50 inches wide, white and ecre [ —special for only 95c each Ruffled Tie-Back Curtains These 50 inch ruffled marquisette curtains come in white grounds with colored patterns i of gold, green, blue and all I White—very attractive 95c pair DRESS GOODS Special lot of 500 ya silks and rayons, pi*" 1 and figured, spun-ray- ons, crepes, dress silk linens. 69c 'One-Half Price SILK PRESSES &EJ)UO£D op » Bnwp of fine dre* wg styles, i- ses and r, ' ea ^ laces ' 12 to 50V/ v PWl l te . d wovelties-all sizes c " j '/4— your choice In Comfort

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