Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 8, 1938
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PAGE FOUR YOUNG COUPLE AT SWEA CITY ARE MARRIED Swea City, Sept. 6—The wedding of William Dorsey and Alava Farrington was solemnized at the Baptist church, Saturday at 4 p. m., the Rev. H. P. Bronleewe 1 using „,.„,.„ „„ — tlle single ring ceremony. The ROOMS FOR RENT—1NQUIRK of wedding march was played by ii\Jl nc. t7"_ .. „!, f*4 t f-t A, . . *.. . IT^_ j-i _.» i »«.,• kjv. tjj Ads RYE FOR SALE—PHONE 12F111, Algona.—'Mrs. Edna Harr. 9p51 FOR SALE — MODERN 6-ROOM house.—E. c. McMahon. ,9u48 MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 180-200 —$8.25 Best light butch. 200-220 ?8.50 Best light butch. 220-250 $8.40 Med. hvy., 250-270 $8.10 Med. hvy., 270-290 __ ___$7.75 „. Med. hvy., 290-325 $7.35 |u_. bo Ke las Ke ma Butchers, 325-350 -_. $7.00 Butchers, 350-400 $6.75 Packing sows, 275-350 $6.80 Packing sows, 350-400 $6.35 Packing sows, 400-500 ___.___$6 1 00 CATTLE jkn ,-. Veal calves $£.00-8.00 ,, ,. "-« • ... LfView » IViK „.. ., ~ ,. «u Jf ICIJ C\A UJ 'Mrs. Vaughan, 614 E. State St. jFern Carlson, Haifa, and Lila Berg — 10g51 snug, I Love You Truly. Stock steers $5.00-6.00 The bride wore white satin and Fat yearlings T .„_._„. ' ' ' IPnt steers . $8.00-9.00'the sra- «- --&KS »fir^respus nmer on the Earl Miller house Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens live lor the present with !su .at *TTnv\ f^.^rr, "HUB wure wnne satin ana ±," *>-«'""so .pi.uu-o.uu, AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING. | carried a bouquet of blue dolphin- lFnt steers $8.00-9.00 ! Lower payments. — Western ;eum and white rosebuds. She was Fat cows — $4.00-4.60, Credit Ca 8u30tf attended by her sister Doris, who Bul 's $4.00-5.50 \>«»l-«i.n« I .. M U*». M .... was attired in pink taffeta, and car- CHAIN v ^CCran LiURlDerman Tu-AMmi-is aea, an car- WANTED — AN EXPERIENCED i ried white asters. The groom was woman, day cook. Cafe, Algona. Anderson's attended by his brother, 9pol, Dorsey. " at the church con baskets of mi.vj GRAIN No. 2 mixed corn 37c KOSStJTH COUNTY APVANOfi. ALGOftA, Year Ago Marriage Secret is Now Out 'our Corners,. Sept. 6—Neigh„ chnrivaried Mr. and Mrs. th Stevens at C, N. Robinson's t week Wednesday evening, th and Ruth Robinson were rried a year ago on August 15 Humboldt, but no one here w .of it till Christmas, when _...y told their respective families. Ne ghboi-s and other friends did no: know till after the anniversary this year. Mi's. Stevens continue j teaching, and Mr. Stevens, who Is at present painting the Robin- LOTTS CREEK latter's parents <| , nn FOR SALE — YEARLING HOI> jsisted of stein bull; also day-old bull calf, j garden flowers". —<'. -K- Schoby. 12p51 j Following the ceremony F °!L SAJLE ~, 8 °-4. CRE FARM > l^'rington^ome'norln 11 ^ town!* at B urt is Better ~. •"-""" <jU * "• ----------- cuifec! After a period of sickness in i y -* llov COTn (new) ------ SOcjwlilch life was despaired of, O. P. white ° ate ------------ 16%o I McDonald, oldtlme Burl Harold; No. 2 white corn No. 2 yellow corn the Far,'here |No. 2 rye (new) —I.IIIIIII'll^cl , .EGGS ini the services of a nurse, m mended enough to be up, ! U_t-. - . . though still weak and requir- has Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luedtke Fehton, Robert Dreyer Jr., ant William Zumach, of Lotts Creek drove to Mason City Monday tc visit little Paul Zumnch, son o William Zumach, who is a patient at Park hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer are parents of a boy, born Septembei 3. This is their first child. Mrs. M. A. Meyers came home Sunday from Fairmont, where she helped her parents get moved. The Meyers visited in the evening n Edw. Lieb's. lets, now laying; excellent qual-i township. Mrs. Dorsey'is the eld"' ily.—(.. R. Schoby. n p 5i est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G Farrington, Grant township, and cream- No. 1 No. 2 -20c -16c WANTED — MARRIED COUPLE foi 23c anil about the house. sickness he lost 40 of Koseuth's successful POULTRY over 5 Ibs. _ under During his - , - - - -- pounds in weight. The excessive heat was a drawback, and to overcome it the children had a room temperature 26c conditioner installed. This is a jbeflutiful piece of furniture which ' when operated will reduce room tenlipernture to any point desired. SEfOND HAND TYPEWRITERS, l.vweds will begin housekeeping inl^ 6118 ° Ver 5 ' lbs " 13 ^ c lor sale—Inquire of I. G. Dewel a cottage on the Dorsey farm i H ens, under 4 Ibs. g c at the Advance Publishing Co. tf - [Leghorns hen s 9c IS YOUR FAlSl^ZEET^n S ^! 101 K"™ 11 ""'" '» 312- .Seta' ov^A^' """"'^ the public about it in an Ad-' , , • vea City consolidated Gees?' MVP 5 vance Want Ad. j schools opened Monday, with 112 Hens 4 tn c"fh7 T? 0 rr^— ; (enrolled in high school and ap- !&, Hve, 4% ^-^^^-^ The Little German band, Lotts Creek, played Friday at the opening of the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. plant at Algona. They also played v Saturday and Tuesday. The Lotts Creek ball team will play Thursday with Ringsted at the fair. Mr. and Mrs. William Fuerstenau attended a shower at Alex Radig's Sunday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Paul Voight, formerly Laurena , Laabs., She received many beautiful gifts. Mrs. George Jagel and Gladys Jackman, DeKalb, 111., came Tuesday night to visit at Arthur Jackman's. The women are sisters of Mr. Jackman. They returned home Friday. - v The Lotts Creek ball team drove to West Bend Sunday and lost to the fast West Bend nine, 2-1. Martin Meyer accompanied the ner m the county!??- R> Zum achs and the William Marigold Beauty* Rusches ' of Whittemore, to Rochester Sunday to visit Mrs. Meyer, ' who is a patient at St. Mary's hos- on to further study. ^ Granddaughters to Study in Colleges Verda V. Clark, daughter of Mr. : Ex-Algona Teacher Given College Job culural SALE - FEEDER LAMBs!| lege; Bobbie Bergen'plZ"to "o , immediate or future delivery.- to Weste Union; fa™! RohHnwUl '.heater Ba.ley, phone 2F23. ! enroll for nurses' training at the ' „ '--•••• - Moinp*- 1 Mar saret Morris, who was •» to stav f' ca ! educationi instructor in 111B , • - 'local public schools in 1934 and in' along as well as can be expected. The Aid will meet Friday afternoon at the Lutheran school basement, with Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl hostess., Visitors Sunday evening at Nick Gengler's were the Mr. and Mrs. cultural college at Corvallis Ore ,, v ' SUOIJ s »unaay evening at Nick September 17. Her sister Juahita i S re ,?,? ler ' s were the Mr - and Mrs. J. has a scholarship to enter alwi " laD i Maron, of Dolllver; Mr. Sin iv T^ollo ,>nll,,o-n /r>««i!_i\ mi.- ana Mrs. MP.VPI-. TTontnTi' *Vi« TXT \ ---- .. ---- „ -„. ui » lt ^ j,__, ^ 41 LCI CV Sioux Falls college (Baptist). The girls, who recent high WILL SELL OR TRADE AL- falf'ii hay for iniik cows. — Mike Elbert. phone 10F21, Algona. p51| Thursday Club to Begin Year— ^.^, iljil4 , i ,__, ij^jm vy n rrpii Tiru*in tr -n-it 1 « j. onjeli CUUUUL1OH lllSTTllPtm* in tna f itn i -. —*»u-«*.«*» *• t*i i*j, 5 =^^£^!!^!S u ! a ^,s£ s K€:iSs^^J^^^w^ai^rt WILL SELL OR TRADE AL . ^rcial art. " P "° m , ™ education at New York univer- M • J and M,s j ^'1 Freeh l fiilfj, hni- f«,- ,,,:n- ,r,, iSUy this summer and has nnnpntorii *' °' -g' * ecn- Ex-Algona Teacher Weds at Davenport FARM LOANS—4^%, _ „_ mission. Can close your loan ' cation "at Mrs' Herman promptly.-C. W. Nicoulin. ^Al- \ next week Thursda™ The gona. topic for main year's study is N a - jsity this summer and has acceptpd i I'-he position of director of physical i for women at a state teachers col- , lege at Mansfield, Pa. Clarence Moellers, who has L, near Sexton, was trampled . , ._, . stock to buy and no red tape—A P. Haggard. >e inter- interior decor- MAN WITH TEAM WANTS WORK i centenilial by day for silo filling or day i win be " — Elmer Witham, phone kel - and . Algona. 17r>50-51 FOR HIRE — TWO-ROW CORN binder and hay press at any ivenport, Sept. 8 — The mar- of Florence Young, daughter Q leade '' s Sperbeck ' Min ~ Hronleewes Have Guests— M ^^" d « Mr ?-, R ' ) V ' Clearwater, _ he cattle in „ KiAU iJa . a - ture, and when he reached the lot the bull charged. Mr. Mooellers grappled with the animal, catching him by the nose, and escaped with minor injuries. Stork Plays Part in 3-Way Surprise Irvington, Sept. 5—The Fflank ' Mrs. R. R. Rexroth, of . took place in the home the bride Wednesday evenlnn- •tember 7, with the bride's fath- pastor of St.. John's .Methodist Davenport, officiating. The, 1 -will reside at Ames. The bn,de formerly taught in the public schools of Algona. and Mrs. Meyer, Fenton; the W A. Rusches, the Wm. Rusches Sr., Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach and daughter Alice, of Whittemore; the Art Rusch family, and the Otto Ruhn- kes, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Relsenor >vere Sunday dinner guests of the Wm. Leinengers, who had their baby baptised that day. The Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene took their daughter Johanna to Early Thursday, and she is again teaching home economics. . ' ' There will be English communion service at the Lutheran church Sunday. Mrs. Doiley Goes Visiting. Whittemore, Sept. 6—'Mrs. Mar(C. M.) Dailey left Sunday LOST—BRINDLE Part bulldog, of Tim. Child's Advance. Answers to pet. Reward. 17pol your family to Barker's Ice ter ' a Mrs. Frerichs and Cream spacial this week. Marvel-1 daughters, Buffalo Center ous!—-Barker's Drug. 51) —„. ,. ul .^i JB jja.si.or and Elliot Skillings have Calvary Baptist church at after several days with t , and president of the Spurgeons, Bonuers Ferry, t convention. Other j They report birth of a '' Bronleewes last week daughter, Barbara Carol, to °"' 1 Mrs. Mitchell, of ~" J 1 " r "" "~ Bronleewe's sis- I «Harv" Dailey i» Sick. Whittemore, .Sept. 5—Mr. Mrs. L. T. Dailey, ~ and two ROOMS — IF YOU WANT TO find a suitable room in Algona, make known your wants in this section of the Advance. MAN WITH TEAM WANTS WORK by day for silo filling or day work. — Elmer 10F-12. Algona. Witham, phone 17p50-51 Death in Swea Township— A. H. Oleson, father of Mrs J O Ain _| e _ rs °,'i. and Mrs. John S. Nelson^ is home in Swea township' - f 16 w as familiarly known Big Olson." At death he was! familj 6 W3S the father of a lar S e ! WINDOW GLASS AT PRICES very low. Storm sashes fitted at reasonable cost.—Lusby's. . 12(2)50tf Mr. he H. S. Daileys one day — week. fThe elder Mr. Dai- J-aa. ley] has been seriously sick two weeks, and his wife also has not beto well. Oldtimers in Kossuth reihember Mr. Dailey as once a , ~ --* —« ••—•van. UV/lillllU" wein, formerly of Bancroft. She will also visit her brother, Howard OBrien, Bloomington, 111., and will make.visits at other Illinois She will be away a month return for the winter here. STS^td n'o7Stte!X ^^ aUCtioneer : Algonians that she was expecting the stork, end they had not written her of their intended trip to -•• lone Rockers to Alabama. L °? e Rock - Sept. 6—J. M. Blan' RADIO SERVICE — IS YOUR RADIO working properly? We carry radio supplies. Expert repair work.—Phone 520W or 9!) 51 THE WAY UP IS EASY IF YOU are prepared. Why not find out what Mankato Commercial College, Mtiiikato, .Minn., can do for you. 51 'SH-H-H-H! LISTEN — IF YOU ask what makes our Malted Milks so good, we won't tell you It's a secret! Try one. — Barker's Drug. 51 season. Donald wife will come here in weeks with the Lone Rock Idaho. Fair Advertised by Tabloid Newspaper Eight thousand copies of an 8- page tabloid newspaper devoted to this week's county fair were distributed. Six thousand copies were mailed far and wide to rural box- holders, and the remaining 2,000 distributed in county towns WiUJtX) ./i.ISt.j IT 11C1 C clllOT HPT* KlQTI ' -m ' -.. wu^*!.,; bUTTiAK) chard son, Donald, has been plav" Mom1ay - The editi °n w» devoted '"" K -" "--•- - e ay , to fair announcements and pic- ana ^ures—38 pictures and was printed ,V .at the Advance job shop on order L " v -jof Secretary Vincent aht HOSPITALS GBNERiAL ^ugust 31-Joleen Higgins, minor surgery. of September 1—Dorothy Ann Math- Wesley, toasil-adenoidectomy. v4-/i*-»-i Vinii O A ..il i _ _ " * - — -»«*•» >*v»v*i.\/*tAcm f ijj|n y i eptember 3—Arthur and Frank- Rollins Hosiery Club The 13th Pair FREE D-X INFORMATION— WE full information on D-X Cylinder Lubrication. Drop in and get this interesting HAVE j Catholic faith, brown hair, gra Upper,eyes. Has means, no boozer.--In SALE OF BARN PAINT — ODD lot Pittsburgh Barnhide. Real quality, red. Come in and get estimate on your requirements—F S. Norton & Son. '(51) 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 NEW POLL PARROTS! Another shipment of these marvelous all- leather Poll-Parrot shoes for children. Hold their shape, stand abuse.-—Kresensky's. 51 FLOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish Ai new improved method guaranteeing satisfaction.—Cowan Building & Supply Co. 33,5 FOR SALE—APPLES. GET YOUR canning and eating apples now Can fill large orders. Some windfalls as low as 15c busket—God- frey Schultz, phone 3816, Lone Rock- 28p51 HOG FEEDING RESUTS! MANY feeders are making marvelous savings with Sargent Mlnral Meat Meal. Feed with your own corn. —Anderson Grain & Coal Co. 51 FOR SALE—USED CORN PICK- ers. Farmall mounted and pull type in all makes. Also used F-20 and regular Farmall Tractors, priced to sell.—D/anison Implement Co., Denison, Iowa. 28u51-l-3 ONE MINUTE WASHER. — NEW modernistic design makes it "America's Most Beautiful Washer." Ask for demonstration in your own home. No obligation.— L. W. Swansou. 51 son D-X. story— John- 51 ONE MINUTE WASHER SALE— «innn Cial , , feature this mon t h ¥10.00 set dram tubs, FREE with purchase of new One Minute Washer. Come in, inspect, get further information.—L. W. Swan- Si Quire Advance. WANTED — NEAT HOUSEKEEP-,—au,, xowa, aaie .rmerl^lS '».•«»«!•««>. Beaver Crest =--— -««/«», i ul single wzy j farmer near Bancroft, age 32, 5 ft I *, 9 inches, 160 pounds, fair looking; j M °' nes - THE FIRST TRUST JOINT Stock Land Bank of Chicago owns anc offers for sale farms of all type; in almost every county in Iowa a attractive prices and on easj terms.—Write W. F. Urenn, Field man, Plymouth, Iowa,. or Harold Oldham, Iowa Sales Supervisor Drive, De RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call on farmers in Kossuth county. No experience or capital required. Make up to $12 a day.—Write MR. THOMAS, P.-O. Box No. 63, Waterloo, Iowa. 30p51 BUTLER—KEEPS HOME AT constant temperature regardless of weather changes. Model now on it!—F. S. Norton & (51) White House KVAP. MILK, 4 tall clans lona Cut GEEEJf BEANS, i No. 2H cans _ Sultana EE1) BEANS, 4 1-ib. 0 oz. cans CKISCO, 8-lb. cun Water Pack ITALIAN PBUNES, No. 10 can Sultana PEANUT BlITTEB. 2-lb. jar 23c 25c 29c 50c 25c 22c Heinz BABY FOODS *> 414-oz. O/T>» «> cans _____ ZdC Candy Mint LIFE SAVERS 3 p bg g. 10 c Concentrated (Blue) SUPEB SUDS 39 c 64-oz. pkg. 56c (Bed) SUPEB SUPS KLEENEX Disposable Tissue 200 sheet Boxes A&P FOOD STORES The Sopteatber ^w 0 m»«» Copyi Wesley Paper Will Be Set by Machine The Wesley News-World, handset for 46 years, or over since founding, hopes to be llnbtype-set shortly. Publisher D, 3. Zerbe recently bbught a. No, 1 linotype for- f merly used as fln auxiliary machine Machine and hoisted it. by the Advance. Tne _3iiop is upstairs over the former First National bank rooma. The plait-way 1st harfow, and the machine, Which weighs a ton, hdd to be hoisted Up to and through a window. Henry Lichter, Algona, .1 crew of men transported and the FROM MISSOURI Teacher—What gentler is man? Johnnie---Answer, male. Teacher—What gender is woman? Johnnie—Answer, female, Teacher—What gender is cat? Johnnie—Show me the cat. I am like Johnnie—if there is a store in northern Iowa offering any such bargains as you find at Neville's I would like to know where they are located. Neville's store is one heaping jumble of bargains. Bins and tables loaded with values that good buying with ready cash has made possible. 130-ft. basement packed and crowded so we do not know where to put the next shipment. So we are making prices that will soon unload the surplus. Men's and boys' cotton anklets, lots of wear at ;__ _5 C Children's fine cotton hose, combed yarn, at io c Boys' longies school pants, all sizes at 75c Top state sport oxfords for the girls. This line has lots of style and wears like iron, now .__$1.89 Men's polo shirts, the 98c kind, let-. them go at 39,. ' Men's gun-metal oxfords, arch support" leather soles, at $1.08 Men's blanket lined jackets, all sizes~at - Men's S-ox. sanforized bib overalls" siz- ' es 38, 40, and 42, at ej) e Men's 8-oz. sanforized bib overalls, siz- f\ \ Boys' blazers, slide faste"ne~r,~at~ 75c~aiid 98c Feeding the public honest to goodness bargains is the way to extend Algona's trade territory. Just this week we have sold six men's suits within a few miles of Emmetsburg. livery day we sell suits twenty to thirty miles from Algona. One neighbor tells another. Bargains is what counts. Soft talk and blarney is all right but people do not come back to pay cash for it. Jimmie Neville LAW YERS —•———-. "••L's "^or^ Attorney,*, *f l. J. Hnrrington ,„ Phono 287 nJ 'D. R.1.B Lawyers Office in now Belie BU •hone 213 . lo * A - WBTKEI County Attomej, Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Phone 180 Attorney-at-La(» ' Hutchison Building •hone 206 AIgo ;| P. A. DASSOS Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State ™ phones: Office, 460-J; foil V. TIUTCmSON DONALD C. HCTCTOjl TffEonoKE c. mm Attorney 0 -at-Law Security State Bank ] •hone 251 CUT RATE _ GROCERY Fair Week Specials, Friday & Saturday PEARS Bartlett 20-lb. lug 79c PEACHES Elberta Crt. 79c Crushed PINEAPPLE 14-oz. can lOc MAC1HCE C. McJUHOI Attorney-at-Law Office In Heise 'hone 325 DOCTORS" JOHJf N. KENEFICll Physician and Surgeon , Office over Rexall Drug Ste Office phone 300 Res. phone 32$ C. H. CRETZJircra, L „ Surgeon and Physician ;.• Office John Galbralth Blmk Phones 444-310 tlgona i MELVIN G. BOUJUd Physician and Surgeoj Phones: Office. 197; residency DENTISTS ! DE, II. M. OLSON Dentist Office in New Call Theatre! ••bonea: Business, 166; Ra, Algona, Iowa GEO. D. WAIRATH, D. RI General Dentistry 20 Solid Yellow BANANAS Lb.5c WHetheTypu'reshbrt or tolf. .-. A Slip to Fit YOU! T No in the ^edium- field to ( _ ,«_ f «?T ••»"*•*>• f v** VV lv\>llWU9 or these s "Ps ore the correct lenoth • me proper proportion? throughout : fSlS& figStl 5ized os carefully «fine-niqde dresses! NO riling np sagging, no twisting... and no side seams! '••*-nrxurt£3 -•»-•»• ntv lud*. pk «Jar Rings 0 j Sa " " " ..... Salad Dre..ln ~T~~ ••» . v »» 4 M • - • RISCO - 17c Starsotn FLOUR 491b«, 99c Roll BUTTER 24jb. roll 53c KA£L R. HOFFIAI Dentist Office in New Helse Kit: Phones:-Of flee 44, res, lit DB, C. D. SCHAiP Dentist Algona, Iowa Hutchison Building. . Phones: Bus. 133, res. 1H VETEBINABIAS8 I. TT. FOX J. D. WItfKEl Veterinarians ' West State Street. *hoaea; Office, 47S-W^ DfjSUKANCE — —^= I088UTH COUlfTT ASSOCIAMOI 119,000,000 worth of 'pn>*, A home company. >ur«, . p. D. Paxson, S««i* LOANS AND 1HIBTAG turn Loans and Bouds Hutchison Phone 105 YOM Money's Wortt to REAL ESTAT to. State Bk. P»«» Algona, See D. p, PAXSOS ?"or Town DvyelliBSt 3ood*, and Automobile Oe 001. ,pe«rl«ct your polio, ••e» low occurs when Swans Down FLOUR

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