Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1938
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afifTEMBER 15, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGE PEOPLE RIDE ON TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER Isn't that real proof that the G-3 All-Weather is the world's greatest tire value! Let us show you the new 1938 edition with improved center traction for quickest stopping . ; . patented blowout-resisting Super- twist Cord in every ply ; ; . new super-tough tread that gives longer non-skid mileage on any road. A great buy at our price, SILVER PLATE REMOVED FROM FEM YOUTH Fcnton, Sept. 14—Dick, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, went to Sioux City Friday for an operation to have a silver plate removed from his aim. Mr. Jentz suffered a badly broken arm June 14 while cranking the tractor. The bi)ne ( has knitted so well that his arm is i as straight as ever. Dick was ac- jcompanied by his father and the Rev. Mr. Kabelitz and son Robert, and Fred 'Haack. Dick had to remain overnight and Saturday his father and brother went after him. Tnkcn to Illinois Home- Fred Weisenhofer, 17, who suffered from infection in his right hand for two weeks, was taken to the home of his parents, the Carl Welsenhofers, Chillicothe, 111., a '1 o'clock Sunday morning, and hat an operation upon his arrival Fred Stigman and Grace Weisen holer, cousin and sister of Fred accompanied him. Mrs. Walte Wegener and Mrs. William Stig man are sisters, and Monday re ceived a telegram that Fred was •ecovering. LONE ROCK Mr. and Mrs. Coin Gapp and Frances Fendrich, Salem, S. D., spent from last week Thursday till Monday at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone's and A. A. Krueger's. They brought home Robert Gladstone, who had spent a week at alem, and he left Sunday to ve- ume studies at Dubuque unlvers- ty. Shirley Marlow left last week Ten Lakota Young People Leave to Attend College The M. O. Richards family were Sunday dinner gueste of Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algona, and all drove to Blue Earth in the afternoon to visit the Floyd Richards family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer GOODYEAR R-l The quality tire at popular prices '—for firsc-cl«s» travel at reduced rates. AS LOW AS Goodyear Speedway ^~ A Goodyear quality tire—and at bed-rock price: AS LOW AS £Oc A _ O\J WEEK "LIFETIME GUARANTEE'? Wednesday chool. to enter the same Lakota, Sept. 13 — Catherine Powers, Beulah Looft, and Phyllis Jacobson are at Cedar Falls to attend the State Teachers college. Lyle and Layde Patterson are at Fayette to attend the Upper Iowa university. Robert Hamilton will attend the state university. Betty Ley returned Sunday to Grinnell to resume college studies. Margaret Schroeder goes to St. Olaf's at Northfield, Minn; Edwin Christ, to Waldorf college, Forest City; Arlene Heetland, to the Hamilton JJirthday is Observed— Mrs. Ernest Mueller entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of Lawrence's 7th birthday anniversary, with 14 boys attending: Virgil Borchardt, Donald and Raymond Uthof, Theodore Kabelitz, Ferdinand Mueller, Dallas, and were also afternoon callers there. Mrs. W. J. Cotton, her mother, Mrs. H.^E. Morgan, Algona, Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. Roy Jensen, and the latter's daughter Marjorie spent last week Thursday at Fort Dodge. •Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, accompanied by Mrs. Leonard Dittmer, Hurt, and the latter's daugn- ter Joan7 spent last week Monday with the Glen Blacks at Carlisle, and were next day dinner guests at V. J. Morgan's, Ames, where thex saw Phoebe Morgan. En route home they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, Ogden. Mrs. Williams, formerly Beulah Johnson was once a teacher here. Mr. and' Mrs. J. M. Blanchard are grandparents again, a daughter having been born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard Waterloo. Mr. Blanchard teache: at Olin. Mrs. W. C. Heiter and he- daughter Harriett called on Mai- business school, Mason City; Dale lamnquist, formerly Lakota, now f Des Moines, will also attend Up- Iowa. Wedding at Clmrcli Itere— Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs A 1 Cl 111 11(111U J.V J. UT; 11C I J iVlliitVkJ, u.n*-» I -«-J _ Delmar Berghofer, Gordon Haase,|ieta. Christenson last week Mon and the Henry Schroeders were Sunday dinner guests at Carl Wie ner's. The Delmar Angus family Burt, were supper guests at Lau rence Newbrough's. Mr. and Mrs George Schoeller, Whittemore were dinner guests at the Fre< Haack's, and evening guests ther were Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Tietz Burt, and the Victor Rogers fam ily. Johrf, Newbrough, Humboldt, so of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrougl had an operation at Iowa City Fr" day. aul Hertzke, Lakota, and Edward heldahl, Elmore, were married at he Lutheran church here last •eek Thursday evening, with the ev. Mr. Boese officiating. At- endants were Alpha Sleper, end tto Hertoke. A reception was iven for the families 1 at the ome of the bride's parents. The oung people are living at Elmore. ccond Son for Smltns— A 7-lb. son was born to Mr. and, tfrs. Emory Smith Sunday nigitt. le has been named Allen Quen- in, which gives him the same inl- ials as his late grandfather, A. Q. Smith. This makes two eons for Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Grant Sdwards is caring for mother and >ahe. , No School Enrollment Change— The Lakota public schools have about the same enrollment as last year's, with one more in high school. Baseball has been added to school activities, and practise will begin as soon as the equipment is ready. Fishermen Report Good Luck- John. Grlese and Charles Peterson spent last week fishing at Lake Winnie, Minn., and came home Saturday night with their limits. Friends from Lake Mills were also of the party. [MOWN BUTTERIES Goodyear Batteries match, for dependable, long-life service, the world's greatest tires! Al size and type for need, at prices to, fit EASY WAYS TO BUY: every pocketbook. LOW AS 1 Pay. CaiK If YM Ilk* 2 0pU • 30-Day Chargt Accent 3 Uit Oir laiy Pay ••'£• 9** Robert Riedel, Eugene Schmidt, and Paul Bleckwenn. Others attending were Phyllis Huskamp, Verdelle ' Borchardt, Anita Berghofer, Salome Uthof, and Dolores J.Mueller. Two Infants Baptised— Baptismal services were held at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church. | Sunday for Richard Eugene, two- weeks-old son of Mr. and Mrs. erbert Potratz. Sponsors were rtrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl, Lotts reek, and George Schultz, Whii- (ITCH'S Super Service PHONE 33 FAKE THE BACKACHE tut of Corn Picking with a IcCORMICK-DEERING Corn Picker THE HARD WAY THE EASY WAY Also christened was Lou, . three-months-old emore. haron , — - aughter of the Edwin Wichten- ahls, with Mrs. Kenneth Bolling- r, of Fenton, and Walter Bell, o£ West Bend, as sponsors. Uhr Family Reunion Held— The annual Uhr reunion was held Sunday at Andrew Uhr's at Swea City. After a picnic dinner he afternoon was spent socially. Attending were the Kalmer Randas, Ringsted, D. P. Randas, Cyl- nder, Lloyd Finnestads, Cylinder, and Faith Finnestad, Fenton. Other relatives were from California, day afternoon, and next day Alma Madison, and Marieta Christenson, R. N.'s, called on friends at Estherville and Armstrong. Last week Thursday Merwyn Christenson took his sister to Webster City, where she spent the night with Doctor and Mrs. Patterson, then went to Dee Moines Friday and there took the "Zephyr" for Boulder, Colo., where she is employed. A second Harris reunion was held Sunday at the Harris farm, 40 attending. Mr. Harris's sisters and their families who attended were the William Hoppes, Kanawha; the Warren Higgins family, . Hand picking involves more backbreaking [drudgery than almost any other farm job. Hours I Me long. Cold, rainy; and snowy weather can [delay you for weeks. A sprained wrist may keep [you out of the field for much of the husking I Mason. It's so much easier to go into the field with [your tractor and a new McCormick-Deering Com [Picker and let this combination do the heavy {work. In a fair yield of com; you can easily [harvest 300 to 40O bushels a day with a 1-row Machine. With a 2-row; you can double ihafc f£ome in and see the new Farmall mounted pickers J «nd the pull-type pickers in 1 and 2-row sices McGonnick-DeeriDg Store East State St. Minnesota, Fort Dodge, Des Moines, and Eagle Grove. 4-lt Club Has Meeting— The Independence Idealists 4-H club met Saturday with LaVaun Priebe. Eight members and two leaders answered roll call, My Favorite Bird. Following the business meeting the girls planned a party to study nature. Sonia Thompson gave a reading on, Barriers to Fire, and LaVaun Priebe gave a talk on A Friend of Nature. New Elevator Manager- Joe Helgevold, Eagle Grove, has been named manager of the Grltz & Co. elevator, and began, his duties Monday, succeeding Homer Stout, who had charge for only a short time. The Helgevolds and son Mark and daughter Janice moved into the T. N. MoFall residence Saturday, which wae recent- y vacated by the Mike Besches. utheran Aid Meets- Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl was host ss to the Lotts Creek Lutheran Aid Friday. A business meeting ollowed quilting and^ lunch Guests were Mrs. Kenneth Bolling- r Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Wilmer Wichten dahl. . Hostess for the Octobei meeting will be Mrs. Arthur Zumach. Annual Picnic is Held— The Legion Auxiliary held its all-day annual picnic Sunday a Tuttle Lake. • Attending were th 2 C Fauerbys, George Boettchers Earl Deans, John Kramers, Edw. Ohms, John Newels, Sam Warners, W R Wolfes, and W. E. Stoebers. Granada, Minn.; and the James Stoddards, Bode. Each family brought food and furnished part ol the afternoon's entertainment on the lawn. Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen, Wilbur, Minn., called there n the forenoon. Mrs. James Wadsworth and her sister, Mrs. E. E. Paine, Burt spent last week Thursday after noon at the Chester Sills home, a Irvington. The Ralph Thompsons Mrs. Lillie Thompson and the lat ter's daughter Neva were Sunda guests at Wallace Donovan's, Wes ley. The F. F. Schroeders, Fenton BBSSBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBMB^H Special Introducing an exciting new fabric glamorous ... rich BY THURSDAY - FRIDAY SATURDAY 80 Square Prints Regular $1.98 66x80 Fart Wool Double 14c Blanket*$U7 Regular $1.39 70x80 Double Blankets 99c THREE DAYS ONLY .NOTICE. Change of Location We haye luoyod to our new location first door soutU of the Advance office, formerly occupied by the Buict dealer. We are prep*red4o do our usual Hue of repairing ou all mJTSSSf!- We carry a full Hue of Plymouth and Chrysler parts. New model* of new c*w wW arrive this week. Come i! » t«4 pay w» ft Ylstt In our new location, Baby Girl is Christened— Doris Elaine, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hantelman, was baptised Sunday at the St. John's Lutheran, church, the Rev. R w. Kabelitz officiating. Sponsors were Mildred Laabs and Daniel Robert Hantelman. Tw<P Families Hold B«union— The Henry Berghofer family attended a reunion of One Reinking_s and Berghofers at Ed Berghofer's near Hampton Sunday. About 60 attended, with relatives coming from'Westgate, Sumner, Waverly, Garner, and .Ventura. Baby is Baptised— The E. R. Willretts were sponsors of the three^weeke-old. son, Richard Arthur, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Arthur Schwepfee, Algona, former Fenton residents. The Will- relt family had dinner 'at the Schweppe home< < Blister is Infected— Mrs. John Light is suffering from an infection, in her left nantt index finger, the' result of a blood blister caused when, she pinched her finger while capping tomato juice in bottles. Friday the finger was lanced, ^ ^ New Members of Church- Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod, ol Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mre. William Brass were received as new members during services at the Methodist church Sunday. Paralysis Patient Eecovering— The A. H. Krause home wa? released from quarantine Saturday. Junior, 5, who was ill with infen- tlle paralysis, is beginning to re- coyer. . Other fonton, The Methodist Aid meets in the .church parlor Friday. Hostess*} ire Mesdames Osfepro, grouch; W. J- Weisbrod, an4 Weisbrod, * Mrs. Cftrl-I^vstad, of ton, Minn,, caw Tue&day to yfcit he? Department Stores New and lovely, with luxurious satin bar. Run-proof, launders easily. Gowns in soft pastels; slips, panties in peach! Gowns Soft, luxurious fabric with a smooth satin bar. Run-proof garments in new " ~ garden colors, — Slips Made of run-proof rayon with a shimmering satin stripe. Tailored style, panel front. Sizes ^ 34 to 42 Panties New run-proof rayon With a satin stripe. Perfect fitting and action giving garments. Misses and women's styles. BLjrie, po/ivoi $1.49 79c Your Opportunity to Buy Lux-$heer PANTIES AND BRIEFS at a lower price. Regular 59c and AQl* 69c values ___ *»yi« A special offering made possible through the manufacturers of Luxlte garments. Five styles in dainty Lux-Sheer materials. tfRRHFim Department Stores YOUK AT MEAL TIME FRIDAY AMI SATURDAY, SKl'TKMBBn 10 AND 17 ~~~ Council Oak Week-End Budget Balancers It affords us much pleasure when our "specliils" suggest some change In your menu which results in greater enjoyment at the family table. Watch Council Oak ads for special opportunities to save. Beef Roasts From the beautiful display of beef roasts at Council Oak yon can personally select a roast that pleases in every particular. These tender, juicy roasts priced at 16£ and 180 per Jt>. Boiling Beef Fresh Beef to Boll with vegetables or noodles at 12£ per lb. A delicious mulligan stew should have a place among your varied menus. Beef Hearts I i Nice fresh beef hearts to bake with dressing. Pickled beef heart is excellent for cold lunches. A special price of 12£ per pound on fresh beef hearts. Summer Sausage Slice sausage, dip in egg and fry. Serve with fresh Wed or hash brown potatoes. 3lild Cure Summer Sausage at 19* per lb. HADDOCK FILLETS, pound „COUNCIL OAK SLICED BACON, ^ TICKLED PIG'S FEET, 14-oz. jar SHOULDER BEEF STEAK, pound pkg. 17* 19f 19* Molasses Serve for a welcome surprise some Boston Brown Bread, Gin., gcr Bread or Ginger Cookies. Aunt Dinah is the desired molasses for these recipes. A special price of 14* on the No. 3% can. Council Oak Cocoa A cocoa we can recommend for both beverage and baking purposes. It contains more rich chocolate flavor to the pound, lor the fall baking you can use i* 2-lb. can at our special price ot 14* per can. Superb Peaches Before buying fresh peaches to can give proper consideration to our week-end offer. Superb Peaches, sliced or halves. Fancy, full ripe fruit in a rich, heavy syrnp. The large No. 2% can for only 15*. Kelloggs Wheat Flakes A crispy, toasted, ready-to-eat cereal. For a real treat top with fruit or honey. For this sale the Council Oak price Is 2 packages for 15t Blackberry Pie Keys in nicely with any meat course. The nicest, plumpest blackberries and the fullest cans may be had under the Morning Light Label. During this sale the No. 10 can for 54*. Navy Beans Boll nice meaty spare ribs with fancy Northern Savy Beans for the finest bean soup. A 4-pound bag of navy beans at a special price of 15*. Council Oak Bread Council Oak Bread Is the Bread that. satisfies. In our model bakery there is no scrimping on the essential ingredients required for delicious, wholesome bread. A wide variety and baked fresh dally. Council Oak Coffee Have you tried this excellent blend? Our everyday low price I* 25* per lb. or 3 Ibs. for 73*. You may exchange the emptr bags for many useful premiums. Angel Food Cake When baking your next Angel Food Cake we request that yon use Robb Boss Angel Food Cake Flour.The recipe on the package along with the excellent quality of this guaranteed cake flour assures perfect cakes. Bobb Boss Cake Flour at 19* l>« Pkg. Salada Tea Special price (or this sale on the tea with the world wide reputation. The W lb. green tea for 28* and the % lb. black U» for 32*. Superb Oats ind YOU an get it with STANDARD Cooler weather will Increase the popularity of this National Breakfast Dish. These large, white oats, regular or quick cooking, in the large package for IS*Salt High grade table and cooking sale in the 2%-lb. cotton bag at a special price of C*. Haskins Soap Products Special for This Week-End Haskin's Hardwater Castile, cake __ 4c Blue Barrel Soap, 2 pound bars ____13c Winter Comfort Begins In The Basement IT PAYS TO BUY STEPPED UP COAL! Easy on your pocketbook after you got It »- tool Laboratory tests show tfot a «ffli highei quality is to Piwfe A!?QW coal by Superior This ? step refining method raises the heat valua * lowers the ash content * creates a cleanei, better-than •ever fuel- Moreover this quit* starting, ejwjjy K quality - has a 4owwrtght pjaufng '"#\ « "£ F. S.NOR

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