Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1938 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1938
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•28, 1988. 'he Waters Swell at the Municipal Pool And Season Ticket >RICES HAVE BEEN CUT JULT TICKETS NOW $1 I I (were $3.00) *•« L15 YEARS OLD NOW $1 | I (were $2.00) *•*• [PER 10 YEARS NOW (were $1.00) m water is in excellent condition, 'best share of the swimming soa- h is left. Buy a ticket now [insurance against Aug-^ I heat, YOUK FBIEND AT MKAL 'J'DIK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, ,n ! l,V 2!) AM) :i() Food for Thought lonncil 0»1'" innnns everything one could wish for in toilcrn I'nud stores. Our selected slocks of foodstuffs arc the isscncc of (|iuility, and our true i-conoiny prices iiuikc every ;cni n real value. Beef Roasts I choice array of hccf roasts nt your Council Onk .Market ill t-s- Iccinlly low prices. Triced at 14<i and 17t per Hi. this (l. Beef Steaks i'nur fHvorlte cut of steak this Saturday at special prices. Vnr- Jw House, SSliort Cut or Sirloin at 2S£ pt-r II)., Kound or Swiss fit 27c l ll ' r l l) - al| d *''* Steaks at 22C per lb. Pork Loin Roasts and Chops , sarnry Pork l/oin Roast or llhops to fit your (lisle or purse. Enil Cut I'ork Roasts or Chops at 14ci per lb. and Tenderloin find Porlt'Roasts or Chops at 17<i pi'r lb. this week-end. JEEF TO BOIL, per pound lie >ICKLE & PIMENTO LOAF, lb. _24c IACARONI & CHEESE LOAF lb. 24c )LD FASHION LOAF, pound 24c Canning Fruits t'l'here'is economy and'convenience In repacking .Horning J.iglit PO. 10 Fruits. The Morning Light, Label is your assurance of |the-finest fruit packed in a No. 10 can. ..: 43c --54e Light IVaches, sliced and halves learning Light lied Fitted Cherries Apricots .These 'cots are a thing of beauty. Perfectly dried, yet what gfrcslnipss! A special price of 14£ per lb. on these choice |Blenh<'iin Apricots this week-end. \^jhjte Loaf Flour I. White I/oaf is air economical and dependable flour for till cook- 1 Ing anil linking needs. You get more loaves of light, fluffy I bread per bag. irhe }4 bbl. bag of White "Loaf Flour will sell ] for only $1.29 this week-end. FIRST PUI/K FlJbuR, }4 Bbl. bag - $1.09 Macaropi & Spaghetti I Macaroni or spaghetti for"a delicious, economical and satisfying 1 weal. Serve it with Morning Light Tomatoes and some ground beef. A special price of 2 Ibs. for 156 on Saturday. Tomatoes j / * i , ' 'r .' i ' '•' *• ;-' Solid pack, red ripe, luscious tomatoes that are rich in health I giving vitaiiilns. The No. 2 can of Morning Light Tomatoes this ^week-end at the low price of 8*. Marshmallows Murshmallows that are specially packed to protect their fluff!1 "ess, They stay fresh longer in your pantry. The Mb. hag at u special price of 1O4 For Summer Drinks Use Zephyr for making delicious summer drinks. Comes in 5 ^Popular flavors. The 8-oz. bottle at our everyday low price of Lipton's Tea Upton's Black Tea is ideal for making a cool refreshing pitcher JMced tea. The Ji lb. |>kff, for 20£ and the Vz lb. pkg, for this Saturday, . Council Oak Bread I The bread with a real hoine-mude flavor. Bread that is loaded I.™ nourishment because there Is no scrimping on essential Jui Kr8di« n t s -,„ ou , no j e i bakerv. Sold only at The Council Oak Kellogg'ft Wheat Flakes «i,fl 8p) ' tonsted, Veady.to.eat cereal made from the entire ««eat grain and deUdously flavored with malt, sugar and salt. * special price of"2" pigs, for 19<^ for this sale. Red Bag Coffee of per lb. 01-3 Ibs. for 45*Super Suds Deal oo!!Vn Veek ; eud >'°» "« b ">' o«e large pkg. Blue Super Suds and ** 1U « pkg f Blue Super Suds at a combination price ot cne CUMBERS per . . fe>_ S 23e .-2# AUXILIARY AT CORWITH GETS NEW OFFICES f'onviih, July 20—The Lei?ion Auxilinry met last week Tucsdny «l tlin Lesion hull, 15 members and five junior members iittcndlng InsliillnUon of now ufn.iurs look pliicu, with Mrs. MJHKIO Rip-le ns iiistiilliiiK officer. T!,e officers uro Lily Hobin.son, ;i<Hinj; sorKeant-iit- iirms; Mrs. JorRonaon, serKeant'-al- iirina; Dorothy Welter, second vifO president; Ktlior Boor, chaplnin. Appointed by the president to conduct ii bazaar: K'.nel Doer, baby clothes; M;iudo RlsK'3, apron booth; Lily Robinson iiml May KOSSTJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA PAGENINB C. II. KLASIT, Field nepresentallve r II. Heifner, northeast of a, was helping shock oats |tit his father-in-law Mark Bacon's last week Tuesday. They ex- j change work, and as Mark had 100 .acres In oats lie was In real need of extra help. The oats appeared Rood, mid the boys were doing n, I good job at shocking. * » * * We were at Jos. Elsbeckor's, southeast of Bancroft, last week Thursday, and his boys and Florin Hcllman, the son-in-law, were just getting into the car, as we ;>.r- lliiinkiiiK the Auxiliary for fruit to fi "'sli work tliat nf- Thero were 160 acres in kofske, who lives east of Hurt, and he offered the ballplayers $5 if they would hit a home run. Albert, too, enjoys ballgames V * * * Wo called Friday on Walter Faulstich, who lives on the William Hugh farm, southeast of I Burt, This is a half section. The men were busy cutting oats, and they hoped to finish that. tlay. The oal. s stood up bettor than most oats this year. Waiter had <)0 acres in oats. His son John was driving a tractor, and Walter was operating a. hinder. A young man from Soutli Dakota was doing the shocking. road the F.....~ essay which won firs! in :i in.-j We called on' the" Rev. M A lionsil I-idiic contest. Lunch was Schulu, new minister of the Ti- sorvod by Miiiitk: Rigglc and Mary j tonka. Lutheran church, last week lnilll; U>. ' 1 Monday. He and his wife, who are Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Thompson and Jos. Williamson left. 0110 day last week for Baxter to visit relatives, and from there wont to Morristown, Ohio, for an extended vaca- - -- relatives and old Morristown is the Thompson old home town, and Mr. and Mrs. Thompson have gone back every year for some years. Mr. Thompson is now 84, but he still drives a Ford V-8. Me says he believes in the "slow but sure" method of driving. SEXTON Two Couples Conclude Tour— Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Walley and Mr. and Mrs. Glmin Dunlap returned Sunday from a ten-day va- .Schulx. left recently for a visit with her parents, who still live in 'Minnesota. Mr. Schul/. said ho conducts services in Germnii once •a month. He has one of Hi? finest brick church buildings in north • Town. i * * * * 1 Jerry Schutjer, the Jonn Deere' .implement dealer at. Titonka, is: busy all the time, but at that he •will stop to swap stories at times.' jl-le said trade was gfo.l and that I | he could have sold more twine if. I he had bad it. Last year the Schui- Ijers built a fine new house of j brick, and this is the only brick .house in the village. * J - " * Mr.| and Mrs. Wilbcrt Shepard, State Ccntor, were week-end visitors at A. L. Greenfield's. Mrs. Shepard, a cousin of Mi-. Greenfield, and her husband had spent Thursday and Friday at Spencer, attending a rural mail carriers' convention, and came here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise spent Saturday with' Mrs. Wise's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, near Lu Verne. Threshing began here Saturday, feonie farmers lirave "combined" their grain but most will thresh. Marie and Elizabeth Pfeffer were callers on their sister, Mrs. Ann Green, Monday afternoon. ^Mrs. Grace Green, daughter Mrs. Keith Shepard, and the latter's baby Janice spent last week Wednesday at the W. J " GOING AWAY? Then you will want a "Travelers" personal accident 'ticket— 25c per day, 10 days, $2.00. Be sure you are equipped with our Motor Road Service. Automobile Insurance with our agency includes carefree motoring. Enjoy your trip and drive with safety and protection. Pull map service and tourists' guide for the asking. THE ALGONA INSUIIANCE AGENCY Phono 55 c. R. La Barre Vacation's in line ... It's GLUEK'S for Mine! Friday, I July 8, for Buffalo Lake, Minn., and ' from there they went to Echo | spent four Arthur, Canada. They returned via Dulutli and spent some time at the Wisconsin Dells. They had weather all the time. farm northeast Ten (iirls til Clear Lake— The following girls, members a Catholic young people's organization tage at Dorothy Ann Welter, Donna Grey, Helen Schaller, Berneta Studer, Ruth Penton, Glennes Oxley, Mary Widen, Jean Merriam, and Adele Doughan. They were under supervision of Mary Mettille. He keeps a large h'jrd of ,e and they show that he KOOC 1 knows how to care for them. * * * * I We were at H. W. Brandt's, i northeast of Titonka, laot week [Monday, and t».e daughter and son , , i iitin wtis m jinu-cUtei noon ana , spent last week at a cot- ,1™- ,„„,.„ n ot«,. i ""- 1 -'""""' * l " u ,,, ,,,,,, , i ififij were alter lunch. Evervbodv . Clear Lake: Mary Jane and | wslo R , lnpli ., n[r ^f"..,~ cutting oats ™ _ . a niece, Phillips, Burt, were r guests of Mrs. Arch mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Miller spent Sunday at Storm Lake with their daughter, Mrs. Philip Thornton. The daughter Lois came home with her parents, after last week with Mrs. Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. WHliam Hartley and Mrs. William Hedrick spent Friday afternoon at Lu Verne with the William Hedricks Jr. Shower for' Uode Ifewlywed— Mrs. Tony Klooster, Irvington, was hostess a week ago Sunday fit a miscellaneous shower honoring the former Ivabellc Miller, young- * * * * i When we called at W. H. Riedel's, northwest of Algona, last week Wednesday we were shown a ' story in a bee journal about the Riedel boy Stanley, who was -pictured caring for bees. Bees were on his face and his arms, but they Lotts Creek did not sting. The picture was taken at the Riedel place, where there are 150 colonies of bees. One st daughter of Mrs. Samuel Mil-,colony has a glass box, and any- ler, Bode, whose marriage to Glenn one can see the bees at work. W Adreon took place recently. Glen H. has hi s own machinery for saw- ! '" "" ' "' Frank i ing and building beehives. While we. were there Glenn Jenkinaon, a close neighbor, came, and the two is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Adreon, Corwith. lioys return from Camp— Mr. and Mrs. Carence Galloway drove to Ventura Sunday to get Jimmy Galloway and Ronald Stephens, who had spent a week at the Roosevelt camp there. Other Corwith. The Charles Ericksons drove to Marshalltown Sunday to visit friends over the week-end. John Stull, employed at Iowa City is spending a ten-day vacation at home. M. P. Galloway and Bert Adair, Unevllle, came one day last men planned on threshing. Ernest Riedel and W. H. have a thresher. # # * # Henry Anderson, southwest of Titonka, was helping peel potatoes at home Friday. He is a handy man wherever he is or whatever he does, and he is always busy at something. He said it was planned to start threshing this week Monday. The Frank Stebritz machine from Algona was standing in the yard, ready for action. * # # * L. H. Schenck, the mail carrier on Route 2 out of Burt, had come week to visit at the Louis and Jin from his day's work, but we Clarence Galloways, and Jimmy Galloway accompanied them to Lineville for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Armand Tabb, with the son Wllmar, spent the weekend with Airs. Tabb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Paul, Morristown, Minn., and Sunday drove to Kasson to visit the Rev. Philip Halverson, then to Rochester to see Mrs. Halverson and James Anderson, patients at Mercy hospital there. Virginia Guild, Pueblo, Colo., and Mrs. E. H. Anthony, Kansas did not have oui\ usual visit with him when we called last week Wednesday, for he is one of the Legion commltteemen at Hurt and was busy with preparations for a celebration last week Friday and Saturday. We attended the ball Same Saturday, and as we were watching it Mrs. Schenck came by, selling gum. We tried a package, and found it to be goofl gum. * * * * L. E. Deibler, who lives a little south and across" the road from Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt, were Sunday guests of Lotts Creek relatives and friends. Elsie Meyer, Colorado, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Henry Meyer, and brother, M. F. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs.- Carl Reisner, Sheboygan, Wis., are visiting the Herman Reisners. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich with their son William, were Sun day afternoon visitors at Emil Beirs'tedt's, Fenton, and othei guests there were Mr. and Mrs, August Gade, West Bend, and the Herman Gades, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jackman accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank, Algona, to Rockwell City Sunday to visit Eleanor Cruikshank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank. The Lotts Creek Evangeical Lutheran church will celebrate German communion next Sunday. •Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch Sr. and the Wrn. Rusch Jr. family, Whittemore, were Sunday visitors at Nick Gengler's. Ada Fiene, daughter of the Rev and Mrs. Ernst Fiene, is visiting I her parents. She is attending college at Ames. The William Fuerstenaus • were last week Thursday evening visitors at Hugo Faulstich's. Here's a beer with an unusual flavor. Try It for just three days. It's safe to bet you'll never again want to drink a sweet beer. ana airs. &. n. Alimony, AUIIBH& ir~ -•—• " -••- •-«- ..-«.. City, Kans.. spent the week-end H enry Anderson, southwest of Ti- at the Corwith Methodist parsonage and are now at the summer home of Mrs. Anthony's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Karl W. Killer, at the Methodist camp at the Oko- bojis. Patricia Wolf visited last week at Wibin Huminding's, near Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. John Schwa'b, Indiana, who visited the former's brother's William and Frank, have gone to Canada, but will come back to Corwith before going home. .>.',' • Mrs. Lora Cox and a daughter, with Mrs. Irma Schroeder, and the latter's daughters, all of Hollandale, Minn., are visiting the women's mother, Mrs. Lucy Harris and sister, Mrs. Shelby Stevens. The Earl Palmers were <at Doctor Stall's. Airs. Morris Studer, of Whittemore, and her son Jerry spent a few days with relatives here last week. Mrs. Augusta Hartwig is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Esther Smith, Des-Monies. The Verle Scribners, Lu Verne, visited Sunday at the Hartwig home. Mrs. J. A. Zweifel spent last week at Fort Dodge with her cousin, Jennie Mason, who is recovering from an operation in a ho'spital there. Mrs. Clarence Carle* Ins been laid up with rheumatism, and Mrs. E. Dunfee is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. James Greenfield, West Bend, and a daughter visited Sunday- at C. H. • Martin's. TMie Anker Larsons have moved from Lehigh to Anker's father's farm, south of Cpr*with. The Arlon Bogards, Eagle Grove, visited Sunday at Frank Bunting's. -t ^ Two Unhurt as Car Corwitb. July 26—- Glenn Duckett and Guy Swenson h,ad an accident last week Tb-Uraday n ight as they were returning froin Lake Cornelia. They bad the-Duckett car,' which took to the dltcb aaa rolled over, when the .drjver was blinded by lights from an oncoming car. The Duckett car wa$ badly damaged, serious injury. tfis men escapea •tonka, had just come from his neighbor Gordon Hansen's. where he had got a load of alfalfa, when we saw him Friday. He said he would put the hay into a corner of the hayloft for feed for his chickens next , winter. He had 35 tons of other hay in the barn. * » * * Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nordstrom are a couple of young folks who work for Clarence Riebhoff, southwest of Burt. They came from Nebraska and say they "like it fine" here in Iowa. Clarence was busy at his threshing machine. He hns a thresher, and the machines occasionally need some attention.' * * * * At Marcus Holm's, northeast of Titonka, the men were baling Alfalfa hay Saturday. They bucked it up to the press, and this press was doing a fine job. Albert Cutler, Bancroft, was doing the baling, and- Jog, Koestler and Marcus were pitching the hay into the baler. Alfred Godfredsou was doing the raking. * * » * J. F. Coyne, west of Bancroft, had intended to put up alfalfa list week Thursday, but it had ralnpd a little in the night, so he could not do it in the forenoon. He told us that he and his wife have nijie girls and four boys in their fanujy, but only three boys and one^.gjrl were at home. Some are marviejd, and some are "working out." • * * » * ': (Raymond Vogel, north of Burt, on No. 169, had just come home from town when we arrived la^st week Wednesday. At his place o&e finds a fine flock of turkeys. Raymond's father, William Vogel, owns the birds and comes out from Burt and cares for them. { .* * * » i The writer took time out to see a ball game at Bur.t Saturday aad also there: visited wtyli g, .guvubpr erf oljltiiriers, such as George Allfn a»d r Raul Mpore. We noticed Charles Scott on an easy cha r, watching the game, so we went over to sit near him, and it was only after some Umg 'that we noticed, that he was wearing a w>- liceman's star. Jesse Blaacbard, Lone Bock, was also there, and how he does enjoy a ball fame! Another vqs Albert We can kelp you build this barn This barn is only one of 109 buildings shown in our Farm Building Plan Service Book. These buildings have been designed by leading agricultural authorities for business farmers. They're practical, substantial, and easy and inexpensive to build. If you are planning any construction, come in and see us. We'll not only show you plans, but we'll work out specifications with you, help you in your financing, and show you the materials you'll want—including the famous Barrett Roofings that will keep the new structure weather-tight and waterproof. Botsford ' '.';'. .''•"' I .;-.'• . ' Lumber Coir pany PHONE 256 JIM POOL, Mann--' Aik to «•• this book Cask in NOW on This Exceptional FRE E Offer The Harvester Company Will GiVe FREE"*, o. b. Chicago—to each ^ Farmer Purchasing a New McCormick-Deering FARM ALL 20 tractor up to midnight, September 15, 1939 Any One of the Following McCormick- Deering Implements: No. 8, 2-furrow, 14-inch Little Genius Tractor Plow No. 221-G Cultyator with No. 1 equipment • No. 10-A, 8-ft., 32—16'' Tractor Disk Harrow No. 151 Lister with Tractor Hitch No. 10 Tool-Bar Middle Buster with Two 14-inch bottoms " No. 3 Middle Buster with two 14-inch bottoms theOriginalandMostWidelyUsedAII-PurposeTractor Buy this famous tractor-<*et one of the machines above FREE BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS V. B. Quarton H. W. MillM QUABTON & MILLEB Law Offices, "hones: Office 427, residence Z'iit Algona, Iowa. J. L. BONAB Attorn ey-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. )fflce phone 460-W. Algona, low* 4ULLJVA5, McDIAHOff & LEVfflH r. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahoo, L. E. Linnan Attorneys-at-Law )fflce in new County Mutual Bldg. Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa HABBETOTON & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law i. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe Phone 287 R. J. H. 440 8. J. TAN NESS, 0. W. STILLMJJI Lawyers Office in new Helse Block, •hone 213 Algona, Iowa J. D. Shumway E. D. Kelljj SHUBIWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Over James Drug Store. •hone 68 Algona, low* L. A. W1NKEL County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Over James Drug Store. Phone 180 HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa Stale Bank •hone 206 Algona, P. A. DANSON Atto rney-at-Law Office over.Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J; Res. 316 A. HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODOEE C. HUTCHISOH Attorneyo-at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. Phone 251 Algona, low* MAURICE C. McMAHOff Attorney-at-Law Office in Helse Bldg. Phone 325 Algona, lows DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res..phone 326 C. H. CBETZMETEB, JL ». Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith Block . Phones 444-310 Ugona MELTIN G. BOUSNE Physician and Surgeon Phones: Office, 197; residence. 194 DENTISTS ~~ DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phones: Business, 166; Res., 788 Algona, Iowa GEO. D. WALBATH, D. D. S. General Dentistry (•hone 20 Algona, Iowa KAJtL B. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Helse Bldg. Phones: Office 44, res. 116. DB. C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa Over James Drug Store. Phones: Bus. 133, res, 174. VETERINARIANS' L. w. rox ,1. H. WIN'KKl. Veterinarians West State Street, Alanua Phones; Office. 475-W; He*.. 175-B INSI'RANCK KOSSl'TII CUI N n >ll I t U. IXSnttNCI. A.VMM I \ | |U> •19,000.000 worth 111 in.-iiraticf in 'oree. A home comiuin> S.-tiV <e- snre. D. D. Paxwm. Strrwary LOANS AND INSURANCE UUBTAG11 & SOtf farm Loans Heal Kstate Insurance and Bonds Security State Bask Bldg. Phone 105 Your Money's Worth in REAL ESTATE, REAL ESTATE LOANS, AND INSURANCE JOEL M.HEBBST Office wet la; State Bk. Phone 93 Algona, I<wa" See D. D, FAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household 3o9dfl, and Automobile Insurance. Do not neglect your policy for often loss occurs when Insurance SHOE REPAIRING BUNGK SHOE SHOP , Shoes Shlned ' ' low* KOSSUTH COUNTY 1901, ~ Entered &B P^cemtoer 91, at Algona, lo m

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