Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1938
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Saturday and Sun., Sept. 3-4 TWO BIG MTES AT THE GAY PAREE NITE CLUB PARK FLOOR SHOW, presenting Miss Louis in her famous Fan Oriental, Bubble and Modernistic Dancing 1 . Cover charge, 4()c. S2YIE... ?** PERrfCf FIT "Well fitting clothes of quality give you a "success" appearance. Our custom tailoring costs you very little more— but gives you complete satisfaction. Clopton The Tailor Hoiso Bids. Plume «S Algona, Iowa METHODISTS PLAN PASTOR CONFERENCE An Algona district Methodist conference for pastors will be held here next Monday, with District Supt. Miihleman presiding and Dr. F. Earl Burgess, local pastor, as- entertaining minister. The program will begin <U 10 a. m., with devotions conducted by the Rev. Allen H. Wood. At 10:30 there will be B, business session, and at 12:30, a pot luck dinner will be served in the church dining room. 'The Uev. L. E. Wardle, Swale- clnle, will lead afternon devotions ut 1:30, and the Rev. H. J. Bane, Teaches in the Old Grant Home Town Lakota, Aug. 29—Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, son Wayne, >and Mrs. C. A. Winter left Saturday to take Meriam Heetland to Galena, u ?*ere she began teaching school Monday. Mrs. Minnie Griffith, Lancaster, Wis., who Was vls- itig the George Edwards family, accompanied the party as far as Dubuque. Galena was General Grant's old home town, and his homes, one of them given to htni by the citizens of Galena, are show places. The gift house Is furnished as It was used by the Grant family. Youth Attacked by Bull 'Holding Own' MARKETS .HOGS Best light butch.; 180-200 ...$8.00 Best' light butch. 200-220 $8.30 Best light butch. 220-260 $8,20 Med. hvy., 250-270 $7.80 Med. hvy., 270-290 $7.50 Med. hvy., 290-325 ___^ $7.20 Butchers, 325-350 ___..__.*. $6.73 Butchers, 350-400 $6.50 Packing sows, Paqking sows, Packing sows, 275-350 ...^.'.$6.65 350-400 $6.20 400-500 $5.75 FOfi 3A1M house.—E. MOBtffcN ( C. McMahon. ,9u48 \UTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower payments. —• Western Credit Co. 8U30tt FOR SALE- 80-ACRE FARM; 1% miles west Lu Verne,—-JFred Pergande, Lu Verne. Ilp50-51 SECOND HAND TYPEWRITERS for sale.—Inquire of-t, G, Dowel n/. the Advance Publishing Co. tf Irviiiigfton, Aug. , 30— Kermlt - ... „. „„,„, Johnson, young farmer near Cor- Kamiwlm, will deliver a sermon nt I' wl »» who had his back broken in No. 2 mixed corn 2 o'clock. Representatives of f u11 s attf >ck last week, is "hold- j No. 2 wJiite corn ing hla own " at a Mason City hos-|No. 2 yello\V CATTLE Canners and cutters $3.00-3.75 Veal calvea $5.00-7.50 Stock steers $6.00-6.00 Fat yearlings $7.00-8.00 I Fat steers $8.00-9.00 Fat cows $4.00-5.00 Bulls $4.00-5.50 GHAIff s IS YOUR FARM FOR SALE? Tell the public about It In an Advance Want Ad. FRESH JERSEY COW FOR SALE. institutions in the dis- be heard at 3 o'clock, Methodist tricl will _ M> and Mr. Muhleman will give "closing remarks at 3:30. This is Mr. Muhleinan's last .vear as superintendent. Kloocks, of Garner, Build New Bungalow Otto J. Kloock. former Whittemore buttermaker, has completed | a modern bungalow at Garner where lie has been buttermaker Whittemore. Last Pltol. Mr. and Mrs. ChaHes' Darb^JNa 4 - since ho loft week's Garner of Oalbralth, report that the bull, frothing at the mouth when he attacked Kermit, died before morning. It is not known whether the animal was struck by lightning or whether some sudden internal (disorder caused him to go mad. Irvington Farmers Welcomejhe R.E.A. Irvington, Aug. 30—Many farm- - . ers here anticipate with pleasure i Springers, 4 to 5 —J. J. Wadleigh, phone 2F2. Lu Verne, 10p50 FOR SALE—TWO-ROW OLIVER corn picker.—-Lionel Clapsaddle, Corwith. . 10p50 FOR SALE—FOUR YOUNG NA- tive ewes.—Jamc-s Elmore, Algona. . 10p50 No. 3 white oats IIIIl6c No. 2 rye (new) 300 EGGS Hennerys _ _ 24c NO. i ~——:::::::::_i9ci No. 2 _ 16o Cash cream— No. 1 25c No. 2 _._ 23c Sweet 26c POULTRY Springers, over 5 Ibs. ROOM FOR SCHOOL GIRLS across from high school.—317 E. Nebraska. •• Ilp50 FOR SALE — THREE FEMALE Police dog pupsi — Mrs. Peter Hayenga, Fenton. Ilp50 WANTED—A OtRL.CAPABLfl Tft do all housework In mddafh home.—Call at 717 Lucas At., Witt. J. Welfl, Algona, la. 20p50 MAN WITH TEAM WANTS WORK by day for, allo filling of day work. — Elmer Withani, phonfe 10F-12, Algona. • WINDOW GLASS very low. Storm nt reasonable cost.— AT PRICES sashes fitted -Lusby's, 12(2)50tf PAINT THAT. FURNITURE! You'll marvel at beautiful finish of Pittsburgh Waterspar Enamol. We have 24 handsome shades.—F. ll oil tAMnWln KoMuth coun- «N« e*»6f lenefe , dr catrttttf ty. , - rjulfed. Make Up. to *12 a day,— Write McNfESS CO., Dept. S, Free part, 111. 1 . \ BARN PAINT -Real "b«y lr in, tiuaHly exterior paint. TVo fcdlora, fed 6f gfay. Goes farther, lasts longer, — Ask for estimate.—F, S. Norton & Son. ' S. Norton & Son. (50) SHOE NEWS—'LADIES, WE HAVE many new arrivals In those popular Heel Latch shoes. Wide variety of styles, sizes. You'll love them!—A. E. Kresensky's. (50) FOR SALE—THE GENUINE BAR- ker Ice Cream in many flavors. We particularly recommend this week. Try It.—Barker Drug. (50) Lender gave thej" le coming of dn government el- j Springers, under 4 lbs~ _12c -10c 1 WANTBd—COMPETENT WOMAN for general housework.—Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, Algona, Iowa. 12p50 FARM LOANS— 4&%, NO COM- mission. Can close your loan promptly.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. llp50-8 bungalow a half-column ' write-up, lectric line from Pocahontas. Farm I Leghorn springers —-.IIIIIIIlOc Mrs. Kloock is proud of the kitch- j buildings have been checked for'Hens' over 5 Ibs. en, the equipment of which is all! wir 'ng, and the work will com-! Hens > under 4 Ibs. _ built-in. Mr. Kloock'has a work-' mence so °n- The main line will ,Legihorns hens shop in the basement. Modern con-' come , in on the Lu Verne-Sexton! Cocks, under 4% Ibs. vcniences are an oil burner, an au-1 roadt flnd branches will extend • Cocks, over 4% Ibs. _ tomatlc water heater, and a water east anti w est. The farmers have! Gee se, live .softener. lusted of front and back ! becn Promised electricity within I Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. doorbells there -are chimes. The i4 ° da y s - | Ducks, live, 4% Ibs. windows have Venetian blinds. WANTED— HIRED MAN BY THE month. No boozer. Must be good 9c ™'. Ul m a chi «ery and stock. — Call Former Pastor of Burt Church Dies Creamery Installs Milkman Washer The Algona creamery has in- 9c Co 8c 6c .lie 8c Cc 34 Free Season TICKETS to the Kossuth County Fair Bju' The Rev. C. G. Treskow, who sta ! led " new milk can washer was• pastor of the Lutheran church i wlllch works more or less auto- ii'nv at Burt when it was moved '""tically at washing cans with from Plum Creek township many two diff ereut sprays and then giv- years ago, died August 3 at Madi- es them a steam bath. Attendants son, Wis. His wife and four chil-, arc necl >ed only for loading the (Iron survive: Dr. Frank Treskow ! n!achi " e ""d emptying it at the Mrs. D. Bryant, Irma, and Lucile' ! ° ther endl II 1- eplaces an old type After four or five years with the, lnachine wllich did practically the I Plum . Creek-Burt church, he was! Bame work - ,'Pcrsia-Neola pastor from'1907 till - •• ~ ! —*" Ducks, live, under 4% Ibs. Straw Stock Burns. Lu Verne, Aug. 31—The fire department was called to the Edw. Meyers farm, southwest of town, where a strawstack burned night last week. one "Nine Old Men" Game. Wesley, Aug. 3 ball game here next Sunday between the "old men" and the Wesley .Tigers. Advance. .17(2)50 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE — THE quick, easy, inexpensive Vay to find the buyers—Advance for-sale ads. • tf 1!)10 and built a parsonage at Persia. The Persia congregation sent for his istrom's Grows 2 Crops of Coast Sweet Corn rrvington, Aug. 30— Ross Robi- Redding, Calif., has proved FUKNITUKi: AJV1) • HOME OUR USKI) DEPARTMKNT FOH THE FOLLOWING 1 8-pe. Dining IJooin Suite, like new $47.50 two crops of sweet corn can couldn't be done, but he decided to • J/otts Creek Babe Baptised. Lotts Creek, Aug. 30 — Mr. and , Mrs. Edw. Lieb had their j baptised Sunday at the Lotts Lutheran church. He was named Eugene William, and sponsors were William Meyer, Whittemore, and Mrs. Adam Lieb, Algona. Mr and Mrs. William Meyer, son Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lieb, and August Gade, West Bend, were Sunday dinner guests of the Edw. son, I be raised there in one season. I T iph ,"" • | When Ross said he was going to | API'LLiX(.'h'S|"-y it old residents there said it Lakota Farnnvife SEE VAUTICULAIIS BELOW "" ^ '" ^ ' ' ' * ttrn ™"e I Folding Cot with Mattress, like new S13.OO 1 nearly new Charter Onk Coal Bange S45.OO 1 2-pc. living- Uoom Suite $27.50 1 electric 3Iaytag, like neiv___ 1 Sfinare Tub >Tayta«i~wltti en" I gine, like new ——-$74.5o! 1 ull.»'hit« C'oolerator Ice Box. targe size $32.50 1 Horton Ironer $35.OO 1 Maytog Ironer $35 AA r 0»k Dining Room Round Table _ «io BA 1 Oak pi nillf? Ho«n^"squu?e tfi- We «4 BA 1 Skelgas Range with Thermo"' stat control 1 Estate Skelffas table' ton Range, all white porcelain, nearly new, completely in- experiment anyivay, so planted the second ttime about July; and the I corn, now ready to eat, is of a | good quality, and it made all its growth wihtout rain, the last rain having fallen at Redding late in July. v •*- $3S OO Set New Buildings for a Wesley Farm Wesley, Aug. 30 — Contractor Fritz Gerdes, Woden, and his carpenters have begun construction of a set of buildings on the Mrs. Bertha Ritschmeier farm two miles south of Wesley. The barn, of blocks, will be 34x56; a corn crib, .„ • A sm all, temporary house will be built, to be used later as a garage or henhouse. A well has been dug and a windmill erected rne materials were sold by the Farmers Cooperative Lumber Co Lakota, Aug. 23—Mrs. Tony Shafer, who has been an invalid for the last several months, was reported low at her home in southwest Lakota Sunday. She has hardening of the arteries. Her sister, .Mrs. Ocie Achres, Davenport, has beji here five weeks, care for her. helping C. Baby Girl is Christened. Burt, Aug. 30—Mr. and Mrs. A. Bierstedt, Lakota, had their I FOR SALE BY OWNER — WELL improved 160-acre farm 5% miles from Algona. — Call Advance. 15u-19tt FOR SALE—APPLES. Some windfalls, 25 bu. — Godfrey Schultz, 4 miles south Lone Rock, phone 3816. 14p49-50 •There will be a FOR SALE — FIVE PUREBRED Shorthorn bulls, three reds and two roans. Outstanding quality- John McCtuire farm. 16p49-50 WANTED—2 PASSENGERS TO Los Angeles. Leaving Sept. 1, returning Sept. 24. One way, $17.50. Round trip, $30.00. — Don Stiles, phone 241-W. 19p50 EFFICIENT HOME HEATING. IF a furnace problem confronts you, write at once for latest information. Green-Colonial, Engineering Dept., Des Moines. (50) UCL FOR YOUR MOTOR — ' U<3L meals Upper Cylinder Lubrication. ' It is provided by D-X lubri* eating motor fuel. Moi'e mileage, ' better pe'tfprhiarice. , Johnaoh D-X. (60) RADIO REPAIR WORK — your radio goes on strike, phone 520W or 99_ We'll restore it to normalcy. Hates . always reasonable.—E. A, Genrlch. , (50) WAVE A appetite In for one late ful »°t ^ our • BE READY FOR SCHOOL WITH "a typewriter for homework. Ask about our second hand standard size typewriters or our new portable typewriters.—I. G. Dewel. tf RELIABLE MAN WANTED TO SEE THE at the County Fair AS far ahead of .other Stokers as the im,i a . ahead of the ox team. ' ' " e ' s Anderson Grain & Coal Co I ALGONA, IOWA ROOMS — IF YOU WANT TO find . a suitable room in Algona, make f known your wants in this section of the Advance. I j FOR SALE—LARGE SIZE SILAGE I cutter, good condition, and four- wheel trailer., brand new tires.— Herman Becker, Irvington. 17p50 WANTED—SMA'LL ANGORA KIT- ten.—Call 662. ' sotfg ROOMS TO HENT—CALL MRS Vaughn, 614 E. State St. 10u50 FOR RENT — LARGE MODERN sleeping room.—Phone 547, 722 East State st. 12p50 RUGS, FURNITURE — ALWAYS a buyer for used household articles. Tell your story in an Advance Want Ad. FOR SALE—HAMPSHIRE BROOD sows September and October far- row. Eligible for registry.—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley; 15p45-49-eow TOMORROW NEVER COMES.' Then act today by sending for Mankato Commercial College Cat- BERNICE STOCK new Invites you to visit her STUDIO in the Hutchison Building day or Tuesday, September 5th from 10 a. m. till 8 R.-m. Enrollment for the Fall or Term, begin- I ing September 12th, will be taken dur- , , , Ti . —- - in S those days either at the studio orhv telephone. It ,s of definite advaatage to the pupil to start att hpo-innino- nf fli« f^,.,,, m. ---- ___ 111 i; _ -i l A alal l at tBi beginning of the term. There will be classes "offered m? TAP BALLET TOE ACROBATIC BALLROOM 40c per week. Reduced rates for more than one Class rates: .. f .. .„„„ Private rates' 75c per week. Iesson a ^ yee . k . or for "more" one pupil in a family. Call 452 for Information or Enrol Iinent than alog, Mankato, Minn. 15(2)50 grocery 1 Ho«.sier Kitchen Cabinet, nearly new _ 534 < 1 24-in. Green Colonial" steel' Furnace, complete $6O.OO 1 24-in. model cast Furnace, complete «^in AA i 9x12 wool Bn B " sio'sn 1 n-H by 12 Wool Hu'tTV. §9 7S 1 Commercial Grocery Kefrifferutor with Coil—• 7 ft. lii(,'h, 7 ft. wide, 3 ft. deep fc<jnipped with » smaller doors and 2 larger doors. Color, white — ideal for store or cafe. 1 Tlolin 1 Cornet 1 Winchester 9~7™sfiortffUir*lS!.' gnoBe with case $25 OO Steel Bed and Spring, *ke n 1 Hel-nnator G-ft. electric Ke- mgerater ,. $50 OO 1 large Oil Heater, 5-room size", like new S4A AA 1 Circnlating Ifeater^" for coal, ^^JS£^^° I Klec&fc Bremiuer* fifley ]to"°° oio, beautiful cabinet and nu $12 SO 1 Favorite Coal Ran'gV, uneV nameled. bakes good .. .$7.50 - Piano, like new, $COO (J years >.oo Race Booklets for the Fair Prepared Anton Didriksen and Evan Finnell, both of the Advance staff have, as usual, printed the county fan- official race program booklets. Ihis they do on their own hook Boys will sell the booklets on the fair grounds at lOc. The booklets consist of eight pages, plus four cover pages, and carry advertising, mere is space on four pages for purchasers to keep track of race results. Algonians Attend a Young Demos Meet Algonians who attended a Young finiflP.Vfl td Vfiller n* if .-.. . baby daughter christened at th Lutheran church here Sunday. Th Rev. L. Richmann, pastor, his fam ily, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Biei stedt attended a Christening din ner at Lakota afterward^ Bad Break In a Fall. Whittemore, Aug. 30—Dale, So of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Elbar fell from an apple tree last wee Thursday and suffered a fractur of his left leg just below the hip He was taken to Fort Dodge HOSPITALS Democrats rally at Mason City 1 ago, today ____ 1 Bee Vac Vacuum all attachments, works per- feet ---------- $16 SO 1 used Lavatory withTauTets— good condition ... Sft so 1 Ford Y.8 Panel IVueV" $225 1 Bndge Lamp with shade $2.95 WITH BACH SUB4KCT One season ticket to Kossath County Fair. A 8 usial se« n s at tlie Fair. At same place ten years. A1J items at Fair Ground tent will be sold to highest bidder. Make oor place your headquarters We Inrite You. * County Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. Duffy, Prances Duffy, sister of M. J., James Murtagh, and Miss Teresa Duffy, the latter of San Francisco. Senator Gillette. Governor Kraschel, and Congressman Biermann were among the speakers. Attend a Pension School. Wesley, Aug. 30— Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison returned Sunday from Des Moines, where they attended a three-day old age pension school. Sunday they visited Mrs. Hutchison's mother, Mrs. Margaret Lawler, New Providence. Mrs Hutchison is the pension agent in Kossuth. GENERAL- HOSPITAL. Aug. 24—Doris Batt, Algona tonsillectomy. Aug. 25^Herbert Knutsen w tosen, tonsillectomy; Mildred Lens ~; U Verne, tonsil-adenoidectomy Mrs. George Koestler, Burt, boy Aug. 26—Edmund Capesius, Al gona, appendectomy; Mrs. R E Ferguson, Corwith, medical Aug. 27-Mrs. Fred Meyer, Bona- Parte, medical, also major surgery on August 29. Aug. 27—Lois Ann Galloway, of Corwith, tonsil-adenoidectomy. Bjustrom's FUENITCBE HOME APPLIANCES COMPLETE HOME ODTPJITTEE8 GfiEATEfi VALUES • EASY Off for un Auto Tour. Lakota, Aug. 29—Mr. and Mrs. A. Schissel left Saturday with Mr and Mrs. L. E. Linnan, Algona, for a vacation trip to northern Minnesota and into Canada. On the way home they will attend the wedding of a sister of Mr. Schis- eel at Minneapolis. Hepubljjcan Bally Announced. An Eighth district republican rally at the Hotel Warden. Fort £>odge, is announced for Wednesday, September 14. George Wilson, Des Moines, nominee for governor, will be speaker. Attendance of a delegation from Kossuth is expected. Burt Woman Suffers Full. Burt, Aug. 30—Mrs. Belle Reynolds fell down her cellar steps Friday and lit on a i»lle of coal. No bones were broken, but she was seriously enough injured to be confined to 'bed for some time. Creekers Lose Again. .Lotte Creek, Aug. 30—-The Wes- y Tlgera defeated tott^s Greek, 1-1, on the local diamond-Sunday. SIDES 0 SHOE 0 T HE new shot fashion* have thrown to the winds! They're one side and down on the It's the new osymmetr wear vogue that gives sweepingly gracefu»s, that 1 makes your ujstepplok higher' and your foot^nier. And, Rhythm Step shoes play, this flattering them'e^ with clever i variations} Find Extra Support in a 3-Step Test You can wear this new, light/ graceful fashion with extra BUD- port. In Rhythm Step shoes with weightless Rhythm Treads. They support the heel, arch and ball of your foot with no added weight! Gloriously buoyant and extra comfortable! Just a 3-step test is enough to convince you that there's an utterly different, marvelously comfortable "lift" to walkinginlightlittleRhythmStep shoes! Come in and seel " Store Black Suede 7.50 Algona Iowa COFFEE BED A Lb. s 14c 39c Special Thursday, Friday Saturday Free Delivery Phones 420-421 Xtra Whipped Sal'd Dressing I. G. A. Fancy Quart MM j«r 3/C Mixed Vegetables or Red Kidney No. 2 cans Beans SUGAR Fine granulated Limit 10 U)S .47c 18-k COFFEE In canning jar Lb 29c 2 Ib. canister _52< BEVERAGES I. G. A. 24-oz. bot. 3 Bottles. 25c Ball Mason JARS Pt. dpz. Qt. Jar Rubbers Bed lipped Best grade. 3 3.Do/en__ IOC • • 18-K FAtfCY •J^RED COCKEYE Soda CRACKERS 2 LB. BC»X 15c VINEGAR Pure Cider Gallon 19c Mason Jar Covers 1 Bozen 19c Pineapple 8-oz. tins Crushed or Tidbits 3 25d SUGAR, fine gran. 100-lbs. $4.61 Peas, I. CU AVpodfun No. 2 .2 for 25* 18-k fancy Shrimp, No. 1 can — -19< Potted Meat, H'->be 2 for 9e Potted Meat, % size 3 for 20* Sandwich Spread, }& size -3 cans 25* Veal Loaf, I. G. A. 7-oz. can 1«* Hill Dog Food __1_._____1 Ib. can 5* Wheat Puffs, I. G: A., Ib. 2 boxes 19t Rice Puffs, I. G. A. Jge 2 box. M* Soap Grains, I. G. A. large 17* Gloss St«rch, l-lb. boxes __3 for 25* Fij Ribbons, box of 5 5 forlc Block Suit, 50 lbs M each 47* Coffee Blue G, free cup, saucer, Ib. 25* Coffee, Brown Betty, 2 Ib. can —4W Salt, Iodized, S-lb. box 2 for 15* Pink Salmon, No. I tall 2 for 25* l ge . $3.50 Two-way Lastex back gives excellent figure control yet prevents garment from riding up. Fine brocade front i boned over diaphragm. Moderate cue. «haped busts of beautiful Alenco*' lace. Designed for the average figure. Sold on second floor Fitted by expert corsetiere Kresensky 's trim I. G. A. Dates, cello pkg. Wheaties, 8-oz., boxes _________ Kraklkrisp, I0-o/. -— ---- 2 boxes 19c 2 ounces more 2c less Corn Flakes, lg. „ --- ------ 2 for Potatoes, Early Chios, pk, _____ Oranges, med, size, 2 dozen _____ 294 Grapefruit, med. size, ------ -— » for 25; PEACHES COLOBADO CRATES 79« FLOUR G. A, Tancy Milled .39 •-. : Smoked Picnic Hams U. _____ FLOUR1 GOLB Guaranteed 100% , o» Ul> ^ 2lb., _. 19c BM Ro*»t Lb. Boneless Rolbd Ham lffc SPAM 12-oz. can Horn " Fresh Ground Beef Center ptf PorkCh Qpi Smoked H»o> Shank*

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