Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1938 · Page 9
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f '<,t">"' TV V ' , , 1 •* J ' Ad to Play Here that is bound the kiddles and ks as well o make a' please the Ruton's [grandstand attraction at uth fair. Ithey see some Believable stuitc these 1 actors do, eve: SECOND SECTION Volume 37 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1938 12 Pages 96 Columns Number 50 MAY PURCHASE MASON CITY STORE CARL HAYNE PLANNING TO RUN 2 SHOPS Irvington, Aug. 30— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hayne, Peoria, 111., left for home last week Wednesday, after a few days with Carl'g parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wayne. Ho also looked after business affairs at Mason City, where he has been dealing for a jewelry store. If and -when the deal is closed, Mrs. Hayne will come to Mason City to manage the new store, and Carl will divide his time between there and Peoria, where he operated a jewelry shop for has the last several years. Mr. Hayne Is the 60th. wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sever. Mr. Barker, Rosetta, and Mrs. Schoby left here August 18, and Mrs. Barker had been visiting in Illinois since August 1. The K. P. Roneys got home Sunday from a few days' absence. They took Wendell Blythe, v/ho had been at the Roney home a month, to hjs home at Dubuque, then went to Dea Moines for the state fair. They also visited rela- Itves at Mitchellville and Orinnoll. The William Hedricks, who lately bought the Rlst cottage, occupied for several years by Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jordan, will take possession in September. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan have not decided where they will move, but think some of going to Burt. The Frank Ziemeis have returned Tuesday from a several days visit with relatives at St. >f the al- y boy and ttendance at the Kossuth lair will want to train their do tricks, providing 'they One of the 11 ;tle canine ally does a "hind-stand".one paw, eupparting him Hp of his trainer's forefing- IB dogs go thrriugh their Iroatines as though they them even more than the spectators. The secret of this, ac cording to their trainer, is the method used in training them. Never resort to a whip, says Ru- ! ton, and never get anygry at your pet if he is unable to accomplish even the simpler tricks at'first- just use patience and try again and again, until the animal begins to know what you're driving at. He will surprise you in the end by his intelligence. Even . the lowliest mongrel will learn to do tricks, providing he is treated right by his master. And, another thing, according to Prof. Ruton, no dog is too old to learn new tricks—all it takes is more time and patience. now the only jeweler who sets diamonds. at Peoria Armstrong Schools Will Open With 16 Teachers Armstrong, Aug. 30—The Armstrong schools •will open next Monday. There will be 16 teachers: W. A. Ortmeyer, superintendent; Margaret Henry, Greely, high school principal and English; Loia Spicer, Bloomfield, typing and history; Dalpha Meythaler, Earlville, mathematics and vocations; .George Adams, Armstrong, boys' athletics, government, and science, Gerald Niemeyer, Armstrong, instrumental music; Eifredo Peterson, Ringsted, junior high principal and English; Margaret Twedt, Estherville, reading and arithmetic; Christie Kreul, Laurens, vocal music and history; Vera Aulerich, Monona, home ec- Mrs. re's Car That Rolls Over as Safety Lesson AYutson Children Buy Homes- Mrs. Beda Watson recently received a letter from her daughter, Mrs. Clifford Cameron, Miami, la., saying that the Camerons had ought a home there. Both are em- loyed, and they like living in the outh. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waton, San Francisco, have also pur- hased a home. killings in Trip to Idaho— The Elliot Skillings, with Mr. nd Mrs. Frank Skilling and the on Donald, left last week Wed- lesday night for Bonners Ferry, da., to visit the Robert Spurgeons, vho moved there from Irvington a few years ago. Mrs. Spurgeon vas formerly Molly Skilling. Vews of Irvington Teachers— Eileen Walsh, Lone Rock, teach- 31- of the first four grades here, vill board and room at Grover Reed's. Myrtle Jordan, Lu Verne, eaclier of the higher grades, -will drive to and from school till cold veather. Ifarle Welner Opens School— Marie Weiner, Cedar Falls, sis- :erof Mrs. Frank Asa here, came one day last week to open a school ing on two wneels is not the most sensational trick executed Suicide Club 1 j County Fair jtainly one of lied complete! •k can be plainly seen through the dilapidated top as he cling jly to the steering wheel during this hazardous undertaking ito was taken it the close of'the 1937 season when the "Suicide ayed the Valley Midwinter Fair at Harlingen, Texas. An a of flashy new equipment will mark the appearance of thi ling group of etunt men at. the fair.. JEJVECA who will present a Thrill Day program at tlv n Algona on Friday afternoon, September 9, bu hemost difficult. With an automobile that har r over more than 30 times in a few weeks tim Paul and St. Cloud, Minn. They^nomlcs and geography; Katherine 'Olson, Kimballton, 5th grade; Margaret Beck; Goldfield, 4th grade; Inez Dushinski, Cherokee, 3rd grade; Marian Blue, Lake Park, 2nd grade; Dorothy Fear, Webster City, 1st grade; Donna McCreary, Havelock, kindergarten and girls' athletics; Merrill Nicoson, custodian. Catholic Bazaar is Planned— An annual St. Mary's Catholic bazaar will be held Tuesday, Otc- ober 4, and plans for it are now Denton, Ray- inn., and tlje r son Jerome '•urday at Leslie Denton's, Merrill's, and The Groen he Clarence iwere dinner live at Swoa Metzgers, of guests at Jul- Lottie the aton, Minn, with her The H&nry- Berghof- were aftsrnoon 'callers acht's. :. . . IJdred Simp ion and her Johnson, met 'ge Johnson at Fairmont alter returned and brought Haack, Lona Rock, spent sister, Mrs. aton. Hatold and Lavr- Cylin were with , Mrs. France* Slagle. Mrs. R. Mr. Smith, Blue Mrs. ; Henry iBwea City.Twere 'Sunday Tiests at W, I* Smith's. flwrence Hentelmans were flinner guest? of'J«r», Kath- ptleman, Featon* William fiden, was at George Wolf's ottle Johjison /went to Sunday for two weeks : daughter Evelyn, '"- Bollit;s, of Comfrey, , the W3ek-en4 at Jul= s. Gordon Bollig and a the litter of Arm- Sunday with a Manlier of Mr. Gurdett, La E spent Erpm la«rt week till Sui.day at M. .J. ncroft. ' ,°y Osborns, with Mr. an* 'We, Algfyoft spent Suo- nierim wit City, stopped off at Jerald Godden's last week Tuesday on the way home from Pipestone, Minn., where they had visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Peterson and the Gus Hansens were at Fairmont Friday. Supt. Frances Slagle came home last week Thursday from Minneapolis, where he attended summer school. The Ambrose Lentsch family drove to St. Paul laet week-end for this week with relatives. Mrs. George Johnson and her son Donald are at Platon, Minn., for this week with the former's mother, and Mrs. Lottie Johnson is: meanwhile caring for the household duties at George Johnson's. (The Helpful Thursday club met at Susan Kracht's last week Thursday, Mrs. Virgil Moore assisting. Two new members' joined: . Mrs. Nick Doocy and Mrs. James Doocy. Leona Jensen. Ringsted, spent several days last week with Looft. bur miles east of Galbraith • this week Monday. Sleeping Sickness Losses— John Schulze recently lost two colts with sleeping sickness, and Jacob Maasdam lost a horse. Other Irvington. The L. E. Colwells, accompanied by. Mrs. B. O. Davis, daughter who had been with'them for several weeks, and Mrs. Jenny Colwell, Llvermore, left Saturday for Stockport to return Mrs. Davis to her home there. The reet of the party attended the state fair. A. McLean also accompanied the Col- wells as far as Des Moines Saturday to attend the fair, then went on to Grinnell to visit relatives. Mrs. Paul Hudson spent last week Thursday at Emmetsburg with the Howard Kings. E. H. Thomas, Hanlontown, spent Sunday in Irvington on a business mission. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mrs. Robert Skilling, and the' latter's son Dewey spent last week Wednesday at Ruthven with Mr and Mrs. Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barker, and daughter 'Rosetta, and Mrs. Maggie Schoby returned Friday from Kenny, 111., where they attended were accompanied by Mrs. met's mother and Ulster, Wier and Margaret. 'Mrs. Nina Blythe, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. John Frankl, will leave for Wahkon, Minn., Sunday, and will probably spend the winter with her son Arthur and his wife there. .The store at Mason City is a new building, erected after fire destroyed a former building. It will be equipped with a full line of silverware, leather goods, and kodaks. Mrs. Rhodes, mother of Mrs. Robison, who has been with a son in Minnesota, plans to go to California for the winter. She is now 93 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Riley, Waterloo, were Sunday guests at Douglas Riley's. They were en route to Rapid City, S. D., and the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bedell, Pipestone, Minn., are here, overseeing repairs on one of their farms, occupied by the Frank Youngwirths. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on sonship, using as text I John, 3-2, Behold, Now are we the eons of God. John Riley, who had been with his daughter, Mrs. Roy Hicklin, of Woden, several months, is now at his own home here, Arthur Maas, who had been at his farm near Yale, S. D., for two month, harvesting, returned to B. J. Sankey's Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch went to Britt Friday to see Mrs. Fitch's mother, Mrs. C. E. Clark, who is not well. Lucile and Mildred Dole recently visited their sister, Mrs. Chester Harmon, Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath got home Sunday from a vacation tour to Denver. Mrs. John Schulz is in Illinois with a brother who is critically sick. . , being made. Next Sunday 13 hours devotion will be observed. The local pastor, Father Bernard Eischeid, will be assisted by Father Maynard, Ledyard. Last Sunday, one Father Ives spoke at the local church on the society for the propagation of the faith. Women of the altar society met at Mrs. H, M. Irmiter's last week Thursday for work on a quilt which will be donated for the bazaar, and women amending were Mrs. Henry Schmidt, Mrs. William Condon, Mrs. Nick Marks, Mrs. Glen Burt, and Lillian Hoisman. STcw Busses for Schools— Jos. Johnon, Armstrong, and his daughter Lorraine, Mankato, and Mrs. Roy Henderson, Fairmont, left last week Thursday for Ohio ind drove back two new school busses. One will be In use for the Dolliver high school, the other by Andrew Johnson got home last the Armstrong high school. Grendler Itnbe is Baptised— Mr. and Mrs. August Grendler had their infant son, Frances Jos,, baptised Sunday, and sponsors were Mrs. Grendler's mother, Mrs. • Fred Girres, of Doan, and Adolph Girres, brother of Mrs. Grendler. Other Armstrong News. Josephine Blum and her mother, Mrs. Bridget Blum, left Sunday for Miss Blum's Minneapolis home, where Mrs. Blum will spend the winter. They were accompanied by Irene Irmiter, St. Paul, who had spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M, Irmiter. Gertrude Blum, also Minneapolis, another daughter of Mrs. Bridget Blum, left Friday for a three weeks vacation in California and other western states. Muriel Clark, Estherville, spent the week-end with Ilah Troestler. Orville Johnson, Des Moines, is this week at the parental J. O. Johnson's. William Baird, of San Diego, Calif., arrived la«t week .Thursday for a Visit at Martin Peterson's. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. daughter Marie, and Irmiter, another daughter, Irene, St. Paul, visited Sunday afternoon at the Irmiter son Henry Jr.'s at Ringsted. Mrs. N. H. Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnson got home last week Thurs'day from a three weeks tour to western points, Canada, and Alaska. Small Loans Up to $300 OR AUTOMOBILES LITE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FUMUTDBE, ETC, 'Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE GO «wrt to Upper Des Koines office* Ckone 1.86 Algona, low* Visit our Booth at the FAIR See us make the outstanding insulation and learn of its wonderful value. It will add comfort to your home and save on the fuel bill. It pays for itself in 2 to 3 years. Botsf ord Lumber Company As we see it— TWO ADMIRABLE habits: (1) Paying In- terest on the day it Is due. (2) Avoiding an overdraft. IOWA STATE BANK Algona, Iowa Deposits Insured at Jay God- SchanheB, of T S 11 -' L is YlBlttng b Julius iJolljg. * . J a(0 b B&glajid and funday The h>re 04 the-way Fairly & Little CARNIVAL MIDWAY Bigger — Better Gayer Radio * Screen * Stogt Stars -IN— Rise and Cheer, America Truth Truth sometimes is stranger than fiction. Here is the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Some time ago we bought 420 men's suits. All these suits had two pair of pants. We have sold over 300 suits out of this lot. Some customers took suits with only one pair of pants. We find we now have on hand 190 pairs of odd pants from the suits we sold. For quick sale, to clean them out, we are now offering them at $2.50, all sizes from 30 to 44. They are all out of $25.00 suits and worth $5.00 to $6.00 a pair. You get them at $2.50. We are still selling these suits at $12.50, with one pair of pants, or $15,00. with 2 pairs of pants. Two weeks ago we were nearly, sold out of ladies' low shoes, but boy, oh boy, they are coming now! Two shipments of Patricia Pats, a full shipment of Hug-Tites- from Cincinnati, Ohio, and a full shipment of those wonderful Lloyd slippers on the way, It is the greatest showing of dress and novelty low shoes ever assembled. in Algona. All sizes from 4 to 10, some so narrow you can hardly get a' lead pencil m them, others as wide as a wagon, We can fit and suit any lady that has her mind and her money with her. i They are new. They are snappy. They are UP to date. They are made by factories that tove a reputation for making shoes that fit. It is ft pleasure to sell them, We sure are selling tl&em, for everybody knows #*at we sell tftese.w.ell fcnpwn lines cheaper than they are sold anywhere else Ja the state, - Jimntfe Neville Now You Can Buy Quality Meats for Your Table Throughout this section leading meat have acquired a reputation for qnal- dealers can supply every housewife ity that is unexcelled. w|th quality meat products of The Tobin Packing Company. Polks can J* w tW» modern plant has been en- now enjoy eating superbly flavored Iar 8 e d* New buildings house spotless Sausage Products, Smoked Meats, 8a » 8a «« kitchens, curing, smoking Canned Meats and the choicest Fresh f" 1 «*»»»»§! departments. Whether it 1 Pork cuts, which are made from se- " ? ur wous Tobin Tenderized Ham, lect, young porkers whose matchless j uicv ««««« Frankfurts, tangy De, quality is the pride of every West- SL ^ „ J? ver ?«"•««*;« »»y erner; All »hese delicious mei foods ?*T* "£/ *} I** 1 **** °* «»«W«? ¥t products, homef oiks can rest assured brand when thinks of We are just old-fashioned enough to e . „ . , . , . , believe that folks prefer quality, and Since our first day's production in our once they get acquainted with every model plant four year* ago, we have one of the many Tobin quality prod. •old only the finest trimmed pork ucu, they'll prefer them above any cut* to Eastern market* where they other. • mU feature Quality Mgot Product* SPRAT SAUSAGE PRODUCTS Frankfurt* Skinless Frankf urts Large Bologna ' Straight Bologna . Ring Bologna Pressed Ham Polish Sausage Smoked Liver Sausage Liver Loaf Luncheon Loaf Pimiento Loaf Colto Salami DeLuxe Loaf .,. . j Pork Sausage. Regular Links Texas Hots . '•-..; Theuringer MortadeUa SMOKED MEATS Tenderized Nuggets Tenderized 0am Bacon Tenderized Picnic* Bam Shanks Tenderized Gems Bacon Squares COMPLETE LINE OF ^ ^w^p^p^W ^^^p'B^^Sji ANDERSON'S JACK STORE, Algona, Iowa, HOOD'S I, Ct. A. STOKE, Algona, Iowa, HOE * SJO#»isjf, Algous, fe PCm WHITE CUT »4TB Algoua, Iowa, SORENSEN GROCERY,

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