Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1938 · Page 10
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA s T0t» FRIEND AT MEAL TIME FRIDAY ASH SATURDAY, SEI'TEMUKR 2 AN!) 3 A Good Neighbor! It is the niin and desire of Council Oak to lie nil Hint the term, '•Good Jfelghhor'' implies. A clean, well stocked, friendly store Unit is a credit and an asset in the community. A store with a sincere desire to please. >'ole the special values for this week end. Beef Steak Special • Your favorifp steak, cut to any desired thickness to fry or broil, for a Spanish style swiss steak or for a delightful oven roast, Hound, I'orterhousc, Sirloin and short cut steaks at 25£ peril). Fresh Ham To Fry A center cut slice of fresh skinned hum to fry or broil at 18<i per pound. Beef Roasts Shoulder roast cu< from well covered beef for this sale at 15C and nt l>er pound. Fresh Ham Roasts A tender, juicy 1'ork Roast cut from fresh skinned hams. Special price for this week end. Select your roast at 176, 15c and 136 per pound. .146 14c BIG AM) RIXG BOLOGXA, per 11). RING LIVER SAUSAGE, per ll>. PICKLE AM) PIMENTO LOAF, per Ib. VEAL LOAF, per pound MACARQM CHEESE LOAF, per Ib. __ .226 22c 22c Salmon Steak The liinre flat can of fancy Alaska rink Salmon at 126 per can. Thick steaks cut from the best part of the salmon. Excellent (o serve cold as it comes from the can. Supeirb Peaches To can or not to can! Avoid the work, worry and discomfort of canning peaches by Ion dint: up on Superb Ifnind reaches at (his salt 1 . Large., luscious mid-summer clingstones in a heavy syrup. Hi«t \o. '_'}•> can for 166. Halves and slices at the same price. Suberb Peas The large peas packed under the Superb Label are deliciously sweet and tender. For this week-end the C to 8 portion can tit 2 can for 236. Try a t'e,w cans at this price and see how much better they are than ordinary peas. Council Oak Bread At Council OaJi is a wide variety of this Fresh Baked Bread. Bread that is rich in flavor and nutriment because there has been no scrimping on essential ingredients. Sold only at Council Oak. Council Oak Coffee Jlave you tried this excellent blend. The everyday price is 256 I'<T H). or 3 Ibs. for 736- The bags may be exchanged for useful premiums. Cracker Jack The nationally known popcorn confection which youngsters must have on National Holidays. Buy your supply for Labor Day at 3 pfcgs. for 1O6. Gedney Dills Pickles that are graded for size. Gedney's special process assures pickles that are crisp and brittle with the real dill flavor. Try a quart jar at our week-end price of 146. Kelloggs Bran Flakes A delicious "Heady to Serve" cereal. Contains 40% Bran Flakes combined with other parts of the wheat. A special price, s. for 196. Catsup Council Oak Tomato Catsup adds to the enjoyment of the meat or fish course. Also enjoyed In salads and casserole combinations. The big 14-oj!. bottle at a special price of 106 Iced Tea For that refreshing and satisfying flavor we recommend Council Oak Tea. Special for this sale, & Ib. green -196, and the % Ib. Orange Pekoe for 246- Equally desirable for hot tea. We Invite comparison of these full-flavored teas with any other brand. Powered Sugar T«e desired sugar for frosting cakes and cookies, priced for this sale at 2 Ibs.for 136- Superb Toilet Tissue A fine pure white crepe paper that is thoroughly sterilized. Soft, absorbent and soluble. An excellent cold cream remover. Stock up at this sale. 4 big rolls for 256- HASKLVS HARD WATER CASTILE, cake 46 Blue Barrel Soap The soap (hat does the work of three ordinary cakes. It's kind to your hands. The price is 2 big pound burs for 136 for this sole. School Supplies • « A complete assortment ut Council Oak prices to show the usual Council Oak saving. Come In Early We have a Tremendous Stock of Everything in School Needs. 100 sheets typewriter. Bj^er 50 sheets notebook paper 16-size crayolas Notebook covers ^—, 10£ and School pails and thermos kits, all styles and sizes at the bargain price of H Hawcott & Ogg VARIETY STORE Union LOSERS IN A CONTEST ARE HOSTESS Union Twp., Aug. 29—A Mo & Daughter club "roll call' ct party wns held at Mrs. Smith's last week Thursday, tending. Ida Winkel and Adf fills assisting. Jessie Sarche Mary Gisch helped serve. A short business meeting followed by games, and wi (contestants were Mary Sa Louise Romstad, and Julia T The losing side furnished 1 Mrs. Ethel Smith was captain 1 the losers. lub Holds Closing Meeting Revue Acrobatic Number f th neet hel an an was raw This wag the last meeting (current eiub year. The first ling of the new year will be j September' 22, place to be .... inounced. The program comniUe | consists of Ada Hofius, cbai Julia Taylor, and Ethel Smitl .a meeting of the committee 'held Tuesday at the Prank home. Other members of Mrs. Siiith' group were Cora Bacon, jBode, Eva Gisch, Mary De < jMayme Hofius, Laura Hohenstein | Louisa McNutt, Veda McAnhur i Maude Nelson, Mamie Steinman I Bertha Sarchet, Minnie Sa-chet Sadie Schenck, Helen Vogel, and Anna Zanke. To enable the secretary anc treasurer to complete reports members are asked to make sure jthat all assessments are in by the ;iiext meeting. The contest party j assessment is 25c and shou.d be 'paid to Ida Winkle; club dues, to Louise Romstad. i Because of the number of club members who are assisting j t the fair there will be no meetint week. that Bailey Daughters Go Home- Mrs. Kenneth Wight has riturn- ed to her home at Clayton, N. M. after only a 6-day visit with her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cheste- Bailey. Her sister, Mrs. Clifford Aalfe Sioux City, went home Sunday, af- ,ter a week here. Goulds Grandparents Again Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould , TC ,< made grandparents a few days ago when a 9%-lb. boy was bo ecial- He is Mrs. recent Richmond, Waterloo, were callers at 1 Henry Tjaden's. Bernard Bode spent this wsek at home while Mr. and Mrs. John VVeydert are on vacation. He will resume work at Weydert's next week. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne are at their farm during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter, the nante. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross ettend- ed the state fair last week Thurs- SCHOOL r sis- flnd Tjaden is visiting" thi 'Glen Burts, Armstrong. Dorothy Joseph, and James Burt are v siting the Henry Tjadens. Mrs. Robert Sarchet, Union, son David, Mrs. W. C. Hichmonl, Algona, and the latter's son, W. M. rn'"to hris- one •"• • «w,7 ITClk? UV. ;Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook ( tine Gould].- The Cooks other son. Youth's Tonsils Are Out- Donald Bode had his tons moved by Doctor Martin, a s .1st at Fort Dodge, Friday the youngest son of Mr. 'am Louie Bode. i Threshers Have a Party— j A settle-up and get-totether j threshers' meeting was held at the N. J. Kneps home Monday night. Other Union News Mary Tjaden is visiting hi Laage, Fento day. Presley Sarchet, who is •eported a little better. ick, te PORTLAND Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wtnchell and Doris Rich drove to Rochester Sunday to meet a brother 'of Mr. Winchell and the brother's wife, who came from a western state for visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Godien, of Emmetfiburg, spent Sundaj with the George' Lannings. Mrs. John Schneider, Bancroft, and Mrs. S. M. Peterson were last week Thursday visitors at Lanning's. The George Lannings attended the Humboldt fair last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kelt i spent last week Wednesday at Waterloo with a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godlredson, son Alvin, and W. D. Wollz were Sunday guests at Mason Ci: Lyle Godfredsons, and Alv: for several days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E Irvington, sons Paul and gu were Sunday dinner Martin Becker's. Lola Cushman, Titonka Fitch, and Mrs. Del Fitch motor trip Sunday to Sio Greenville, and Spencer, The Pieuan Bros., Titon Saturday callers at Del F Many from here att "combination platform" Burt Friday. 'Sunday supper guests a of the stayed si, near Stanley its. at Avery made a x City, a, were ch's. tided a Heldt's were Mr. Ditsworth, Algona. and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred "He parents of a daughter bor ago Tuesday night at the J hospUal at Whittemore. M and daughter were broug Saturday '.afternoon j tt an lance. The baby has bee Vorginla. Lorraine and is " child for.the Hading and ond daughter. Mrs. Hed former Myrtle Thompson. Frank Hanna was » guest at A. T. Paulsen's S Mr. and Mrs. G. Kracl tallied relatives from low Sunday. ROOMS — IF YOU a suitable room dn?Aigftia, make ,»™ * , .^, eec y^, ', ;£'~ ?2^ r ^ au ** in of tjxe Advance. Peter re. Roy in Hedin Some of the "Diamond Revxie" chorus prove their acrobatic prowess in this "pyramid" pose. "Diamond Revue," with a cast of -JO singers, dancers, musicians, and comedians will appear evenings before the grandstand at the Kossuth fair. Lakota ' Gel ' llard Me >" er . Lu v eme, were I Burt, and her son Jackie spent the j week-end at Fred AVegener's. JYuanita Wegener was with Bonnie ROBT, SCHMIDTS, OF LONE ROCK Lone Rock, Aug. 30—The C. E. -" alu " Jensen, .«iigun<i, «eiej ( Housesolders were hosts at a pic- ; Thursday guests there. The Mnd- • <, nic dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. dens also visited Mr. and Mrs. R.: <' and Mrs. Robert Schmidt, who are F - Hawcott. i moving to Fairmont, and attending' Mrs - Tillie The Methodist Berean Sunday school crass drove to tile Ambrose A. Call state park Friday evening for a steak fry and after supper attended the show at the Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels, with the daughter Esther, came homo Saturday from the state fair. They also attended celebration of the 36th wedding anniversary of Mr. Buckels' brother William and the latter's wife at Jewell, There were 100 guests for that event. Mrs. Harry Warburton's mother, Mrs. Buxton, of Olin, who has been critically sick two weeks, Is not much improved. Mrs. Warburton's father has also been sick. Harry Mussman came home from Rochester Friday and reported that his wife, who had an operation there one day last week, was improving and might be brought back sometime this week. Mrs. J. H. Warburton left Sunday for Des Moines to attend the state fair. She stopped at Harry Bode's, in Plum Creek township, and went down with the Bodes. Betty Johnson, Clarion, spent a few days with Betty Ley last week. Elizabeth Rahmstock has gone to Deer. River, Minn., where she has employment. An aunt lives THIRD IS YOUR FARM FOR SALE? Tell .McGilligan. Bancroft. j Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus Madden, (Lynd. Minn., spent last weekj •Thursday and Monday at James i i Wadsworth's, and Mr. and Mrs.! < Martin Jensen, Algona, were the public about it In an Advance Want Ad ^ CATTLP 11 SHOW ail Hcl Hanna and her *"w » ni£, |,v JL. 1 W.11 UIW11 l t (IJ-IU illlCLlUlIlii •»**-.-« j. .» » 11., **ttaiiiu u*iu i»\,» were the Robert, Leo, Ben, and daughter Myrtle were Sunday din- ^ "Walter Schmidts, the Arthur and ner guests of the William Raths, j <, Ralph Reidels, Fenton, the Martin Good Hope. Mrs. Anna New- j <; Meyers, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Al- brough, Humboldt. and her aon bert Jass, Garner (guests at Rob- Donald, spent from last week Mon- At*f • C! nil nit rill.. \ .11 yl 1 • * /?OT~ t t t 1 Tl-1 11 **t*r1n i- nt- T3nlnti Tl* A*I-. « s Raiph Hurlburts, the Ornie \tj — *~~- w k iVLJU «B- — — * -- v— . — -j v ..»%.... ..^vru irt Schmidt's), the Calvin and da >" till Thursday at Ralph Thornp- rlenn Householders, the H. A. son's. Blanchards, and Berneyce Pompe, ' Ths *v«itKi* ....uiiisu, it-, me v^imc Lotts Creek (guest of the House- Behrends family, Eldon and Don- holders). The families concerned ald Hurlburt. and Eugene Broder- have mostly long been neighbors. i 5 ° n "^ere Sunday dinner guests at some of them up to 33 years. , Everett Richardson's, Algona, and ' j the Ralph Hurlburts spent the !few8 at P. 31. Christenson's— evening at Harvey Rath's, Lu Mr. and Mrs. Albert Manus, i>i v "ne. Milwaukee, and a daughter, with Mrs - Harley Shellito, Mrs. W. J. Mrs. H. W. Manus, Burt, and her Cotton. Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. daughters Catherine and Mrs. Li!- Rov Jensen, and the latter's lian Seigler, also the latler's soa, daughter Marjorie spent Friday were last week Monday guests at afternoon at Estherville and were P. M. Christenson's, and Thursday supper guests of the V. L. Whal- afternoon guests there were Mrs. ens - Dolliver. M. Jensen, Mrs. Wendell Jen- Mr - and Mrs. Henry Von Hoven, sen, Rlngsted, daughter Deloris, T'tonka, were Sunday dinner and Joan Zwiefel. Mr. Christenson guests of Mr - and Mrs. Arend Nee- and his daughter Marieta left this land- The Neelands called on Mrs. week Monday for Des Moines to at- Ra >" Buff iagton. and her new baby -end the state fair till Wednesday. at the Kossuth hospital Saturday " j evening. Rockers Attend State Fair— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mr. | s°n Dale, and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. and Mrs. Alex Krueger, and Mr. i Schroeder, Fenton, spent the week- and Mrs. E. M. Jensen attended end w ith old friends at Shellsburg. he state fair Sunday, and others ! Tne w - J- Cottons spent Sunday lere who have attended are Wil-! afternoon at H. E. Morgan's, Alfred Radig, Saturday; the- Will Christensone, Joan Zweifel, and r esse Blanchard, Friday; the Rudolph Peters family, Saturday, af- ^r visiting relatives at Story City. Baths Home from Tour— 'Jcnic at the Grotto— The 'M. 'O. Richards.family joined he A. L. Greenfields, Sexton, Mrs. D. Richards, Algona, and Mr. o u »««* , • Mr. and -Mrs. Frederick' Schultz and Charles Zoller got home Saturday from a week at Chicago, Milwaukee, and other points. They visited the Roe'coe Schultzes at Milwaukee. The Paul Olsons spent Sunday afternoon at Edw. Marlow's, Bur:, and Mrs. Olson's twin sisters, Lucille and Lois. Marlow,'came here nd Mrs. Edw. Faievman, Dixon, w ''h the Olsons to attend school. 11., at West Bend Sunday for Jicnic dinner. The Faievmans to Spirit Lake Sunday for a visit pent Sunday night and Monday at at the Charles Hawks home and to f n 'O fat tVia artn Oltn»lnc« im r V. A *._,! 1 «. O.'s. urprlse for Armstrong Man— The James Ackarmans, the Fred 'laigs, Mrs. Hattie Sprank, her hildren, Anna Flaig, Mr. and Mrs. >ank Flaig, and the W. G. Flaigs gave a surprise birthday picnic inner Sunday for Glenn Burt at is home near Armstrong. 'our to Denver Meeting- Raymond Nelson left with Ken- leth and Glen Graham and Lawence Chipman, all of Burt, for Denver Saturday to attend a young men's Methodist conference and isit relatives of the Grahams. ilieep and Cattle to Fair- Ronald Christenson accompanied he Will Christenson show sheep o the Humboldt fair, and Roy lines accompanied the P. M. Christenson Polled Herefords. * Attends Wedding at Fenton— Elma Krueger attended the 'heeefield - Sunde wedding at Clarence Theesfield's, Fenton, Sun- lay and helped serve at a recep- ion. ireakg Arm in a Fall- Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen, fell from a hay •ack last week Wednesday and uffered a broken left arm. Other Lone Bock. Lillian Angus has left for her school at Cornell. Gerald Angus s teaching the Long school. Danel Ballou, Chicago, and John Twombly, De Kalb, 111., spent from ast week Tue«day till Thursday with Gerald. R. T. Angus, son lobert, and Mr, and Mrs. George irpw drove to Des Moines Monday, . and the Crows went on to their ale at home at Farber, Mo. The Crows had spent the summer here. Mr. Angus and his son attended the state fair. Margaret Nelson left Monday for a week with ber sister, Ura. Lilian Stangle, Carroll. The James Ackarmans spent Sunday evening at..Ralpb Prig's, .Bancroft. The _^_ Fred Haacks .were evening guests in are at John Schueller's, Whittemore, a week The Harold Cuehmans were Friday cCr.eery evening guests at Haack's. *""" Mr. arid Mrs. P. M. Cfortetenaon, . The Melvin Hawks family drove get the son Charles, who had been visiting there. The Merwin Marlows- drove to Livermqre Sunday to visit the Frank Collins family, and Mrs. Marlow and her son remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bierle took their daughter June and Wilhelmina Bowers to Rock Rapids Saturday. June teaches a rural school there. Mrs Emil Kraft, Mrs. • Arend Neeland, and Mrs. Will Chrlsten- eon attended a Guest day Aid meeting at Fenton last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Heiter, Mrs. Fred Wegener, and Mrs. C. Madison spent last week Wednesday at L. B. Hollister's, Kanawha. Mrs: .Myrle Milllgan, Muscatine, and Verne Dacken, Lisbon, spent Sunday and Monday at Frank Dacken's. Martha. Radig, Oakland, Cal., is here for a vfelt at Alex Radig's and the Mrs. Dora Laabs home. The Jack Quinns attended a Quihn-Pendegraf reunion at Em- raetsburg Sunday. Mrs. Glen Mino, of Grant township, and a son are visiting the H. A. Wieners. The Will Christensons spent Sunday afternoon at J. M. Jensen's, Ringsted. The V. L. Whalens, of Dolliver, spent the week-end' at Roy Jensen's. Marjorie Pettit is now employed at the Macumber cafe. YOUR "SHIP WILL COME IN" Sooner By the Aid of Newtpape* . flCUl'U *»** • MUM A*A* *9* A t *•** V^JU* H9LCUU9VU t home daughter Marieta, Ernest Krueger, . anibu- BurL and his daughter Ruth were named. Sunday dinner guests at the Super- le third visor Charles Morris home. Vera Morris came Saturday lor tea days with, her parents and wa« a Saturday evening- dinner gue&t at Chris- be sec- 'is t'he dinner nday. enter- TQftad tenson's. The William Raths and Mrs. Rath's mother, Mrjj. Alma John- sou, got home Friday droni t^ree wp$kjs at Great Falls, Mpnt, where they visited at Mrs. Rajth's Mrs. CUrte ' " , J, KOHLHAAS Loans ;: Insurance Algona REMEMBER: • Remember to visit our booth at the fair. We will be at our old location in the Floral Hall. • Remember us for quality material in anything in the building line. F. S. & SON ALGONA'S PIONEER LUMBER CO. ATTEND THE Kossuth County Fair Phone 170 We cordially invite you to visit our booth while at the Kouuth Fair Sept. 5 to 9. Remember, we carry a full line of electrical appliances and feature the Weit- inghouse produces. Electric Co. Algona, Iowa ••-••:••••••• '*^^^^WM1^^^^^^^^1 K You Don't Know 1937 Ford "60" T«dor Blue, low mileage. Tires look like new Uown payment ____ $185.00 1937 Ford "85" Tudor Black 25000 milesNew set of 4 Urea' Bluish and upholstery like new Down payment ____ $195,00 1936 Ford "85" Tudor Reconditoinec I nxotor. P our nTLs. finish like new Down payment _ _ _ '_ $155.00 like payment ___ $150.00 1934 Ford "85" Tudpr Motor good, tires,good, finish g Clean inside. .. Down payment $100.0J| 1934 Chcvro. Matter Coach Motor all new except block. Fair tires, Good finish. . Down payment $^ 5 -" 1934 Chevro. Baiter Co** Motor fair, tires. f»ir. Good Down payment -_-1933 Chevrolet Coach a JttUe fencer work- Motor

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