Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1938 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1938
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. THURSDAY, AUQTTHT Irvington Teacher Makes Travel Tour Lu Verne, Aug. n—Myrtle Jordan, accompanied by her niece Virgie, daughter of Mr. - and Mrs. Alvin Hardcopf, Is making an extended auto trip through the eastern states and into Canada. They expect to spend some time in the quaint old town of Quebec, and of course will go to Callender to see the Quints. IMiss Jordan, one of Koesuth's outstanding teachers, believes "travel is educational," and takes a trip every summer, sometimes with teachers but more often in her own car, accompanied my a niece. Miss Hardcopf, who was graduated this year from the I. S. T. college, will begin her first year of teaching in the Gal- brnith school, while Miss Jordan will begin her fourth year as superintendent of the Irvington schools. FALL FRUITS—SOMEBODY will buy those apples if you'll let it be known where they are. Use Advance Want Ads. HERE'S TO PROGRESS HOME of YOUR OWN Call us and we will gladly help you build your home. Our plans and equipment are the latest. We can also help you arrange the finance at a very nominal rate. Pay for your dream home with the money you are now paying out in rent. Consult our architect, he is at your service. ^^ Day at Lake Helps Kossuth Folks Forget H .eat BURT GROUPS PiCNICK AT TUTTLE LAKE Burt, Aug. 10 — Two groups of Hurt people enjoyed picnics at Tuttle Lake Sunday. 'The first group included the H. E. Hachuts, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas and Helen, Mrs. E. C. Schwletert, Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and family, the Herman Bussies, Mr . and 'Mrs. Walter Fnulstich, Alice and Adeline, the |R. A. Bleichs, Odey Cherland, Martha Ruhnke, Mrs. Bertha Koestler, and the Leonard Koestlers, Clinton. The second group was a Bierstedt gathering and included Mr. land Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt and Eve- jlyn, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson, the Clarence Macumbers and Leonard Warner, Algona, the Raymond Blerstedts, W. R. O'Domiells, Lyle iMarlows, Mrs. Barbara Bierstedt land sons Ralph and Fred, and ijune Bierle, all of Lone Rock, and ! the Ray Bar'tletts, Titonka. Lutheran Pastor Baptises Three Babies at Ottosen PORTLAND The Portland Peppy Pals met Friday with Dorothy and Betty jtoiis'wcTc "" ' " " *""" """ Torino's, and roll call was an.s- Ottosen, Aug. 9 — Three boys spent the week-end at Clear Lake.'wered by 13 members, with "what Mrs- samuc] - -- • "•--- T ——* '" '"''" '" 1Vl " county (] O wn | n n y." A vfolt I,, i,,,.... were baptised at the Lutheran Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt spent Sun- T expect to take to the church Sunday: Quintet Bruce, son'day and Monday with relatives fa r or to Achievement oay." A vlflit ,„ t of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem, here. talk on care of the skin was given garet D ] < •' no . M j. sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Ed- \vards and Lola and Georgia Wat- nem; Edward Maynard, son of Mr. . Sunday dinner guests at Percy by Leola Bunkoske, also one on j nmef) Warbi,.), Wntnem's were: Mrs. Amelia Wnt- table etlciuette by Dorothy Ste- Harry Bodes nem, daughter Lola; the Thorn wart, and a report on the recent : Margarol" ' ( - " . Ior >!' nc nem; Edward Maynard, son ot mr. nom, aaugiuer uoia; uiu umin «».• ••'""" «• lc »'"'" "" -i' 1 - •<—••••••: iwargarol, only ,1,,,, , and Mrs. Wilbur Rood, sponsors, Wotnems, Burlington; and Mr. and 4-H club cnmp at Clear Lake waft nll{ ] Mrs Jlol ;. '''"f 1 Mr. find Mrs. Cleveland and Mr.'Mrs. Edw. Edwards. Thorn came given by Virginia McWhorter. home lust wcok viand Mrs. Rood, of Bode; Gerald that day to join His family, who Work was done on the fair exhl- ten (]ftVB . - >™'>' "<""CJ iis»n Le Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hansen, sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Anton Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rood. had been visiting relatives two weeks. Now Is the Time To Build I Eotsford Lumber Co* i = Phone 256 ALGONA, IOWA Jim Pool, Mgr. = Reunion is Held — '! In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert ; Stewart, who are visiting here from Humburg, N. Y., a reunion Was held at D. M. Stewart's Sun•day. Those present included the ; Roscoe, W. J., and W. R. Stewart I families, the Earl Shiplers, Le Roy ! Burgers, Eph Stewart, Ralph Jain, [and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson and two children, of Boone. Howies on Fisliinp Jiuint — Supt. and Mrs. Condit Bowie left Sunday for a week or two fisliing at Leech lake in northern Minnesota. They took their baby to Marshalltown last week to stay with Mrs. Bowie's parent's. Keiirns to Fort .Dodge — Maxine Kearns, Des Moinns, called Sunday on Ruth Thompson. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. j Kearns, are moving from Des Moines to Fort Dodge. They formerly lived in Burt. Hear Omaha lladio Preacher— The Rev. and Mrs. .J M. Doms, Mrs. Will RingsdorC, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, and Florence Hash went to the Okobojis Sunday afternoon to hear the Rev. R. R. Brown, of Omaha. here bits. : Chain;"Minn. 1 " l! "'" I 'Mrs. George Lanriing is now, Mrs. R. |,. •Mrs. Amelia Watnem, daughter home and convalescing sntisfac-.eral dny.s i.-uii Lola, Mrs. Percy Watnem, her t or y f rora n major operation at the ents, Air. mid ^ons, and Mrs. Edw. Edwards spent General hospital, Algoim. lAlgonn. African Missionary Speaks— i Saturday nt Mrs. Lawrence. Han-1 Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Godfredson,! The Coonln | The Lutheran Aid met last week j son's, Whittemore. Mason City, were week-end visit-.were Sunday u Wednesday at the church, and ti Mr. and Mrs. TOddie Zinnel, Mr.' O rs at Alfred Godfredson's. Isema's parent^ 'Mr. Gunderson, missionary from]and Mrs. Archie Hansen, and Mrs. I Mrs. Gertie Thompson, of Burt, Bargar. 'Africa, gave a talk. Hostesses were ; Roy Telford attended a funeral at'was a Sunday dinner guest at S. i Little Dirlfin I Mrs. Henry Henrikson and Mrs. Britt Friday. JM. Peterson's. I Saturday from Helen Rasmusen. j Mrs. Edgar Jacobson, of Belle! Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stewart, of jaunt, Mrs. Boh < i ( , m ,,, , o e n * Tivif Plaine, and her eons Donley and New York, <ind their son Eben, Mrs. Harry Mussm' ' li .Son for Doctor and V Ifc- Cn , vln canio Satu ,. dftv to visit rel- have spent the laet few weeks! the sick love " ' 5 *' | A boy was born to Dr and Mr* ativcs . wRh rolntlves here. Mr. Stewart ' 0< .Bobbenhouse last week Monday at; Mrs w H- We h rspann and her is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. i | an Algona hospital. He is the eou-| B01 , Donald drove to Newton and Jaco b Stewart. jl 'pies first child. j Town City Sunday on business mis-| Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Johnson,! v Oflinr Oftnsfii TVoivs 'sions. I Jewell, spent from last week UUicr unosen i^C^S. , Oacnpi c , a] . n| Bnd Edith Dahl]Wednesday till Sunday at George M- Sift* ^""If.scmns, H, lies.sofMru, Mi'. andMrs.j.i •Smith came Whittemore Helen Ur.sch Mary's hospital. Roclicstor the weck-ond nr T»I T-I i t i' «juv-n.i) V,'lflltl| niltl 1-jtIlLll •"*•••*• I >VUU11U&Uit •Mrs. Peter Enockson entertained i vls | tcd Ulo oie Olsons at Clarion Larsen ' s sy^ss,.'." s™, 1 iz:\™f«« M» M.* ™, ,«»„-'.,/" "?r» re8 "a. yHu f "• 2±rr,t, gjjarjr jr.!--, •.y^ •-'•'- •• c< """! s .» " ffi »i ^JT^r^ 1 ^^ i * 'cousins j spent a few days last week at J« Overcome by the Ifoat. I Donald Mc'Corkle, Algona, spent', L °ehach's »ml Conrad All: Trvington, Aug. 8—Ernest Frye OP vRi-nl dnvs last week with Mii> l _ 1Mnry ( ll «'u.s, f laro, ivei by heat while van Jacobson and Frances, and attending were Mesdames Arne, Grefstad, Jacob and Osmund Jacob- 1 son, Ole Torgersen, and Mads Gun- days, last week with derson, also Tddene Peterson, all w ^ s ho ip in g thresh at Lawrence Miller's Saturday, and was returned to Algona, where medical aid Floyd Holt I C()lll(1 be had if necessary. of Bode, and Mrs. Peter Holt. ' Ph A 3 , 11 '"" 1 Roy Adams, SURPLUS FURNITURE the 1 1 "" ll '- v v ""'UK. ' iare, went L, •Saturday, after two weeks wlfa ft and Mrs. J. \V. McC.rccry. Mr. and Mrs. IT'S a good time to sell it through an Advance Want Ad. mont, visited at the Louis Bta» home Sunday. We Observe a Birthday We too are celebrating—observing the close of our 24th year and the beginning of our 25th year in Algona. ,We are proud of our record—proud of the fact that our business has been so successful that you, the public, have patronized us. We know that in order to succeed we must render service above the motive of profit. That is why year after year, during the 24 years that we have been here, you have seen improvement follow improvement. This store today bears little resemblance to the store into which we came 24 years ago. Gone are the old style fixtures—the old style fountain — the old style prescription room—the unsightly shelves loaded with "patent" medicines. Now you find the most modern, up-to-date equipment in northern Iowa—new modern dust-proof fixtures—a new sanitary fountain equipped fully—a new modern clean prescription room—hundreds of articles on the shelves to add to your comfort and well-being. Your drug store is your friend in time of need—it is the right-hand of your doctor. He depends upon carefully compounded prescriptions to bring you back to health, and it is with a respectful feeling of pride that we know that every doctor in town has confidence in our prescriptions. ' Still, with all these improvements—with all the newness—we are still planning for the future. We are not satisfied. We believe our customers are entitled to the best that we can get for them—the best in every line— and each year we bring it to you. We sincerely hope that you, our customer, does not need the services of our prescription cases, but -we know, as life-insurance salesmen know, that many of you will need it vitally. That is why we are always ready—in time of need we want to help to the fullest extent of our ability. It is our sincerest wish to continue to grow a.nd improve with Algona and Kossuth county. We invite you to come to our atbre, with confidence, in sickness and in health. We know that our 24 years of experience in Algona can and will be of service to you. S & L Co. ALGONA'S Finest Department Store Since 1914 K.D Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott were at Rochester, Minn., the first of the week, and Mrs. Hawcott had her eyes tested for glasse. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, ATgona, are staying at the Hawcott home during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Titonka, took Mrs. Lydia Koestler and Donald Nordin to Hector, Minn., Sunday, where they visited at Will Heerdt's. Mrs. Krantz also spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. Koestler. The G. E. Braces visited at Ross Ringsdorf's at Mapleton, Minn., Sunday. Royce Ringsdorf, who had been visiting here, returned home with them and Sylvester Brace remained for a week. The Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wessel and daughter Lurena returned Friday from a ten days vacation visiting relatives and friends at McGregor, Dubuque, Colesburg, Waterloo, and 'Reintoeck. Einer Morness, Cedar Rapids, and Helen Wade, Marion, visited from Sunday to Wednesday at the N. I. Morness home. Helen Wade formerly taught here. Bert Chrischilles, St. Paul, was calling on Burt friends Friday. He worked in the blacksmith shop here many years ago. Mrs. Herman Ziegler and children and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gultz and children, Elmore, spent Sunday at Emil Leeck's. Mrs. Dean Clapeaddle is going on with her work at the Pratt Electric Co. while she is training a girl to take her place there. The Emil Haases visited Mrs. Haase's sister, Mrs. Will Maro• • schek, at Ayrshire, and relatives at Emmetsburg Sunday. John Emmert, Mason City, visited Sunday at J. D. Graham's, Maxine, Joyce, and -Melvin Graham went home with him. Mrs. R. C. Hoover, Carlsbad, N. M., came Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sc'hrader, and other relatives. Marie Carter came home Saturday after assisting a couple of weeks in the Royce Babcock home at Bancroft. ,•' Ttie Floyd Dremmels and friends, Aurora, 111., came Tuesday to visit Floyd's parents, Mr. and Mrs, P. L. Dremmel. Henry Anderson, Honey Creek, visited several days over the weekend at the home of Stella Isenberger. Lorraine Kollasch, Des Moines spenf the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch Mr. and Mrs. A. G, Watts, Dows, came Sunday for a week with their daughter, Mrs. George Worden. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. 'Sewlck spent Sunday at their daughter Mrs Kenneth May's, at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hanna, Nora Springs, were week-end •visitors at Mrs. Maude. Banna's, Roeella Ryg, who works at the Stow cafe, spent Sunday at her borne at Hake. The G. H. McMullens and L. E Roetmajis picnicked at Arnold's Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDonald, o: Sioux City, spent Sunday at 0. P McDonald's. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Scbrader spent the week-end with relatives at Elmore. , ' Axel Anderson, of Cedar Falls spent the week-end at Glenn An dersoa's. Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson spen Sunday at her eon C. W. Patterson's. Roland Cbafee is confined to his •bed by ijlness. Your Rexall Store'Algona We Thank You— To the People of Algona and Vicinity We Offer Our Thanks and Appreciation for the Splendid Response Given the Opening of Our New Store Today. We've Done Our Best to Make It the Finest Store in This Entire Trade Territory—and We Hope Th it You Will Visit Us Often and Make Our Store Your Shopping Headquarters. "Sterling" for Men Now . . . you can have everything you want in a suit without paying high prices, ^ine tailoring, authentic styling, up to the minute pat(terns and fabrics. We're opening with a complete new fall line-up, $14.75 to $19.75 Men's Here'e an "opener" you'll remember a. long time. These shirts are tailored of fine quality fast color broadcloth in the season's smartest patterns. 66c Opening Features Brocaded Kayon SLIPS Pull range Of sizes 37c Women's Rayon PANTIES Regular 4 CM 25c value I OC Women's SILK DRESSES Hundreds of new fall dresses. Values to $7^95. Thrilling new styles and colors— $3.00 $5 Women's SPORT GOATS Handsome paid back sports in swagger and fitted models. A dynamic value— . $8.85 I Special during I .Double knit I wrists. Pair - Canvas Gloves this event. 6c Work Shirt. Men's blue chumbrny ahirts. Generously cut sizee Jf Work Pants Durable green or ..Special— coverts in grey. foresl Work Shoes Retan leather with long wearing C" ing soles. Now - V** Dress Socks i Fancy rayon and cotton New light and dark shades^ pair Women's Fancy Tea Aprons C r is p, fast colored printe with dainty trims. Several stylas. Regular 25c values. While they last lOc "Elmbrook" FALL COATS luxuriously fur trimmed or self collared sport coats. Also included in these two groups are -«•• $14.85 to $24.85 OPENING We»ley The Samuel Alnes drove to Rake Sjunday to yjjjit'tlie Peter Aln,es. Fred Dle.kmajin Jr. is working at present in the, adinjin st Ike s&te fiajir WOMEN'S SILK HOSE Full fashioned of pure silk. Service or chiffon weight. New fall shades 37c WOMEN'S WASH FROCKS Sprightly new patterns and colors. During our only, featured at M Wash Cloth* Soft and f}u«y- Assorted patterns — Seamless Mwilin f Unbleached, 5C Toweling . linen • s m Colored borders, yd

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