Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1938
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FOUii KOSSttTH CdttNTY ADVANCE. AJ/KWA, IOWA , FOTl SALE—YEARLING POLAND boar.—C. Winkle, Burt. 8g2 FOR RENT—GARAGE ON EAST Nebraska.—Call 311. 8p2 FOR RENT—SINGLE GARAGE on N. Jones St.—Cnll 82. ]g MRS, AUGUST SCHMIDT, 64, DIES SUNDAY Funeral services for Mrs. August Schmidt, 04, who died Sunday afternoon of a paralytic stroke, were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Laird & McCullough funeral home and at 2:30 at the Trinity Lutheran church, with the Rev. P. J. Brnner conducting. Pall bearers were N. L. Cotton, 4UTO LOANS _ REFINANCING. LL.XnY'M.'r?^?/'^ Lower payments. — Western j Curl Kueck nil of Lone Rock Credit Co. 8u30tf | Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt lived at I,u Verne several years ago, thence to a farm near Lone Rock, FOR SALE—PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars.—Fred DeVries, Titouka. :lOpl-2 POLAND CHINA BOARS FOR sale.—Jess Dugan, V 2 mile west, mile south of Burt. 15pl- ANYONE KNOWINNG THE AD- dress of R. R. Coffin please call the Advance office. 82 WANTED—A SECOND HAND PI- and thev lived there 35 years before moving to Algona. They had been here nearly eight years. Mrs. Schmidt is survived by her three sons. Arnold, Alsona; Alfred,, Lone Rock; Paul, Woden; and j three daughters: Mrs. Fred By-1 son and Mrs. Thelnrn Miller, Al- pona; Mrs. Swan, Lone Rock. Mr. Schmidt died last December. Out-of-town relatives attending THE MOVIES By t. H. C. Here's a great tribute to a great man done with a simplicity and sincerity which mark . it as a step forward in motion pictures. No one else, probably, in all the world could do the work that Father Flanagan is doing In Nebraska, and no one In all the world could better Impersonate the reverend Father than Spencer Tracy. That is the reason, doubtlass,why so many customers jammed the entrance of the New Call Sunday afternoon. They felt that here was a^faithful portrayal of a good Christian work which must command the attention of every father and mother in America. For—and here is the core of flie matter—how are all of us who li«ve had patient fathers and mothers to know the heartaches and pains and temptations of unfortunate children left alone and defenseless in a cruel and bitter world? ((T , AT h « rd ened criminal ready for the electric chair gave us this— If I had but known one friend when I was 12 years old"—.' hnrrt ^Vh i th(e tp ! cture S° es a b| t sentimental, pulls a little too ha d at the heartstrings and tear ducts. But all is forgotten and forgiven in appreciation of the earnest portrayal of Father Finna- ''' TrnCy ' Hel 'f 1s nn actor with charm, lovabfenei, vrinb ' n b °asts a superb supporting cast headed by young Mckey Rooney and the veteran Henry Hull. Appropriately it is wholly without a feminine major character. It tells He simile rale n,f "frtSm -^ a " d a r! !ty whlch lift » h 'Sabove most5 X'ciSS. Kcuo ft n' sdplace u definuely in the elass of ™">- MRS, NEILS BECK PASSES AT HOSPITAL Mrs. Neils Beck, 53, died Tuesday morning <it the Kossuth hospital of heart disease. She had been in poor health for some years, and had been at the hospital since Sunday. Funeral services will be held at the home Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. Allen H. Wood, Good Hope, officiating. Mrs. Beck was born February 13, 1885, in this county, and she wns Matlna Brown before marriage February 14, 1901. The Becks Mv- ed all their married life in Union township. Besides her husband, Mrs. Beck is survived by two eons, Andrew and Arthur, Algona; one daughter, Mrs'. Louis Nelson, Fowler, Colo.; her mother, Mrs. Jessie Brown, Algona; a brother, August Drown, west of Algona; and six sisters: Mrs. Otto Knudson, Mrs. W. E. Laird, Mrs. William McMahon, all of Algona; Mrs. Verne White, De' **•**!*» •»!•„_ » j..! T__ _ « T^I. _ er. the feature. me ' WAIN rjuij—A stx;uiNU HAND PI- vui-m-iuwu relatives aiienam.7 ano.—Inquire at this office.—Cc-{ tl)o funeral were Mrs. Howard! cilia Onliaii, Rfd West Bend, Ift. Schriver, Boone: Mrs. Mike Hlntz.j !Lu Verne; Mrs. Fred Lavrenz. of' FOR SALE — DUROC JERSEY j Burt: Mrs. Melvin Johnson. Bode; i boars.—Roy Ringsdorf, 4 miles, Mrs. f'ari Reynolds and Mrs. Her-i east. ,'J>/2 miles isouth, Burt. 12p2tf [ m:-"' Busse. botli of Burt. I FOR SALE - FEEDER LAMBS, j M-g £ A GpnrirK i immediate or future delivery.—I "*' 1 ~" . ^CnriCH I Chester Bailey, phone 2F23. i SuDCrvisor of Nf»W ' 12p5l-52-l-2 ! tc \. 1 ™ i ,' ^TiAli^AlE 2-Row CORN- ! Shake.]peare. Club', picker and registered Aberdeen Mrs. Edward Gen-ich ha* be->n Angus bull. — Charles McMahon. named supervisor of a Jtmror • '!!^ 13p1 ' 2 Shakespeare club by the state r-: The Lutheran pastor* of the . v ,J salesman FOR SALE—HAMPSHIRE BROOD f zrqe ,tnl! ta ™ri ?Jin h ? i " i ? t;onal ore-ill- gona circuit will meet Mondav af- ; >ln and - 1 sows to farrow late September; n °,, club Thu ^-^ "r." 1 i If r . uoon at one o ' c 'ock at the'local and early October. - J OS e^A^^ ^ducaU^al ^ned "to '• ^^ *""" ^ a C ° nfe — , troit; Mrs. Adrian Ives, of Des Moines; and Mrs. Lizzie Hartman, of Minnesota. A son Earl died in PKXROD— I have scrapped - perfectly good (so I thought) review of P«n- lod in favor of better judgment, discretion, or whatever YOU wkh to Call it With it 1 c-noc tV»or i»o It «wi • v_ . "** tc * c * .' uu w ISfl 10 -- .,. ».» u ^o«i«. n. aun i^ai i uiuu ui the buhvark of this cohmr, h! itt r , lght Which hns alwa >' s ljeen 190T - and a «' s ter, Mrs. Anna Laur- sr sf%'HE;HSS?""«««-- l '" m - * "*° M \**. rhP old censorship is on-bu; mine ownl^so I content my- took away the curse of LOCALS * [Lu Verne, but the family has not I yet moved there. In last week's Advance a story j said Robert McCullough had gone :to St. Louis to attend a carpenter's school, but that was a mistake. He the College of Mortu- ., Thursday afternoon of the former's Marian Ijjrhter resigned Satur- .splendid soil and close A. A. their three daughters, swat Stltr- day near \\>txs:er City, guests or Mrs. Sterling's sister. Mrs. Aaron Buckles. The Buckles family ger of the Worley is reemployment „ „ , — new club. „. ets, schools, iinci churches. — See J nzes are offered and elementary.? Hutchius, Real Estate, over B.iv-i lil ' iimatic arts diplomas awarded' • ,'?' ... •• ry's, Algona.Ma. 41(2)2 j- Ml- s- Genrich is a graduate of the i ,, „ , ! "i° pren re tu™ed to the; p_ h "--."---^ " ^"•L^- --^« . v: — state teachers' college and tau-ht' °° & s J°S re >> store Wednesday.'«- € ^° >n ! rj was held Tuesday and, s ™ oc ^I AM MAKING LONG TIME FARM j school for five years. ' She super- after navin S been ••»«•-»«- ^'- > i i si the 'under with 21p51-G is a substitute grade school teacher in Algona. Application for 1 a suitable room in AlgonaVmake p*t\rfr^ •*? made " J ' **»...., ,— . ,. . ,. iMieni?, 10 -\ns. uer.rich. weather" since Sunday Agent A. L. Brown, the known your wants in this section of the Advance. WINDOW GLASS AT PRICES very low. Storm sashes fitted at reasonable cost.—Lusby's. 12(2)50tf 400 WHITE OAK POSTS FOR sale. —See Ed. Johnson or Bill Weber at Johnson Service Station, Highway IS, Algona. I8p2 " " . l attended the Dairy Cattle Congress ! Evangelistic r . 10O0 & ^ y ™« X o * to go down again for the Pair from Lu. Verne Wed Lu Verne, Sept. 27 — Frieda daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller, and Richard, elder son of Mr. and ts now at home here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter. The Lighters are newcomers from Bode. 3Cr. and 3Trs. Glenn Swanson, of VMjrtJsiogtoa. Minn., came yester- &i? for a couple of days with the lauer's pareats, Mr. and Mrs. C. Kunehey spea: tie R- Fosasaereani?. Mr. Swanson is .h her son EIIU as; fo «2saa. of a graveling crew. plant here. For ? - J- Soatfcaas. was at Mason City mouths his home mis been. Satarsay. visiting her sister Anita Hose, -ar&o is attending the Hamil-.00. bosfiaajss college. Betty is a — St. Cecelia's academy. 3tr. ami Xrs. Lawrence Curran, A. F. Curran, and -os. Curran, all of i Lu Vernu. were Sunday dinner of Barber and Mrs. C. H. a Mrs. Lloyd Phillips, spent the ^reek-end here. She attends the Hamilton business college at Mason City. Marjofie wns graduated •om the local high school last f ye ear. 15. J. Osterbftnci*, Rockford, 111., was here on a business mission m connection with his l«te father's estate from Saturday till Wednesday, and visited his slater, Mrs. Ann Fechner, who owns the Elite liat shop. • The ft, K* Cullens, Mason City, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Cul* len's father, Anton Streit, here, and (f Mr. Cullen's parents, Postmaster and Mrs, John S. Cullen, Whlt- temoi-e. Mr. Cullen is employed in a Ford garage. Mrs. E.. 11. Chcllberg, Mason City, was a Monday guest of Ms-. find Mrs. Wm. Dehnert. Mrs. Chellberg took her husband, who is a building contractor to Fort Dodge Sunday, and he Is at present working there. I Jane McWhorter, freshman at Waldorf college, Forest City, spent (he week-end with her parents, Mr. iknd Mrs. Lewis McWhorter. She is taking a liberal arts course. Mi'. McWhorter has the McWhortor stockyards here. > , daughter of Mr. and D. Howie, Enimetsburg, I Mrs. W. was a week-end guest of the 0. W. Gricksons. Mr. Ho.wio still travels for the Standard Oil company. Beverly is in the fourth grade in school this year. Heating oils we are prou <* to We are now distributors ucts in this region. O. T. Solb Phones 122-88 W erg MIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM Hood's ifg Stor rnana-, s0ine office | a t Clarion. A fall meeting of the Fort Dodse ; .-'•-,- >• »j»s jj t iu j. tiCBCiltt V ; 4.iiti i Wednesday at Carroll, and attend-' ing from here were the Rev? C^V. their tiangiter. the "lay" delegate, Mr - and week-end. 3Ir. and 3Irs. . E. W. ;wun then- daughters, sisters, Mrs. Jack Johnson Mrs. Arthur Mathers. FOR SALE—VAUGHN'S CHICAGO Parks Lawn Grass Seed, with planting instructions, 1 Ib. 40c, 5 Ibs. $1.85.—Algona Greenhouses. .17-1-3 evening meetings _ at the Baptist at S o'clock, but there willl W^. r«u c- c- not be a meeting Saturday evening I • 1,2' Mmon Sr. accompan- HansaaJThe sermon Sunday evening wili I ' e l? rietr wne ? h « w ' ^ Mike Hei<J er- be at 7:30. jscheidt, West Bend, and Doctor sw-iK i sis-si TS ^BSSZSFXS? as and and Mrs D w w ;wrs - Uen Eld ien. She marrfed- £n£v W ™£?»1 ™ e °J Mr. Eidien, who is Mrs. Carl Johnson, Boone, came Sunday for a week with Mr and Mrs. Bert Eldien. She is a sister .. _ „. ^,. iTM.iia.Lti wjie Air rlPiaPr<?rnnirit as? .fff«L?xr «t iss- = •« rath has started dental practice at' . . , married Friday at Estherville They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Peter Migis. Both are graduates of the local high school in the class of 1936. They are living herille - Richard has FOR SALE—20 PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vaccinated.—Mike Higgins, 3 miles northwest Whittemore on pavement. 17pl-2 • -• — •"• ^ -^t'l^iilti U II (tO been employed by a packing company four months. FOR SALE—1935 CHEVROLET 2- door;.$70 overhauling done this summer; two new front tires. Will sell for $300 cash. — Inquire Advance. lg WANTED — ROOM, FURNISHED or unfurnished.—Phone 349 g2 KEYS—GET THEM MADE AT Wellendorf Auto Repair, code or duplicate. Hp2-5 HEEL LATCH SHOES—THEY'RE pictured in Vogue, Pictorial He- view, Photoplay. Last-minute styles plu s comfort features you'll adore. Come in for information, inspection.—Kresensky's. ( '>) GOT A PACKAGE TO MAIL, OR papers to file away for safekeeping? Ten,sizes of heavy man- lla clasp envelopes at the Advance office at 2c to 5c each. Hefti Locker Plant Opened at Lu Verne Lu Verne, Sept. 27 — A large crowd attended opening of the new Hefti refrigerated locker plant here Saturday. An attempt to .-eg- ister names wn e incomplete. Mare in Allis- , (.halmers employ here. Sir. and Mrs. S. O. Anderson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Murnan, Mason City, the Interna- . . . . Both men work for tional Harvester company. Mr. and Mrs. James Watts spent Sunday at Osage with the C. R. Johnsons. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs Watts are sisters, and Mr. Watts is a janitor at the postoffice. Mrs. Kelle McCain, of Bartlett, sb., arrived Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. L. E. Potter She had been visiting relatives at Des Moines for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. George Good, of Spirit Lake, were guests Sunday spoke at the town hall in the afternoon, and County Agent FOR 3Mi% GOVERNMENT LOANS —Now is the best time to apply. Mi* do all the worrying about tlio red tape; which, after all is for .rour protection in th ( > lon B future. Let us help you, as we have hun- dred.s of others, save money.—Al- ^ona National Farm Loan Association, Algona, Iowa, over Barry's. 32(2)2 FOR SALK—TINY APARTMENT piano—Baldwin make. New last year. Can be seen in Algona. Continue the payments.—Write Baldwin Piano Store, Des Moiiies. 23u2-3 FOR SALE—L. C. SMITH second hand standard full-sized machine at a bargain price. Also an Underwood standard full-sized machine. See our display window.—Advance Publishing Co. , U...U. V>W14J,1L > •"•5CI1L isrown was speaker in the evening. Paralysis Patient Taken to Iowa City Fenton, Sept. 27—Mr. and 'Mrs Arnold Krause took their son Junior to Iowa City Sunday for examination and treatment by specialists. He suffered an attack of jn- iantile paralysis, but only in light form, and he is again able to walk. To Feed Sheep Again. Burt, Sept. 27—Mr. and Mns. t.co. W. Patterson and son Kenneth went to Buffalo, Wyo., Friday to see about loading sheep, which Mr. Patterson is shipping here for feeding-. ter Good. George is still employed in the express office there Mr. and Mrs. Verne Smith, Winner, S. D., left Saturday, after a visit here last Thursday with Banker and Mrs. R. H. Miller. Mrs. Smith is a sister of Mr. Miller. Marian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs E. R. Rising, spent the week-end with her parents. She is in the employ of the Western Mutual insurance company at Des Moines. ». H. Itosivortli, farmer north of Algona, left Tuesday for a few days at the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo. Neit year he will be back on the Quarton dairy farm. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hesvick, Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ingebritson. Mr. Hesvick is a farmer; Mr. Ingebritson, a mechanic at Dau's. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchius, Tyke Theatre 1RIIU1 AM) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 80, Oct "STRANGER FROM ARIZONA" BUCK JONES WESTERN day SUNDAY AND MONDAY, OCTOBER 2 AND 1 "WHITE BANNERS" CLAUDE RAINS FAY BAINTER Matinees Sunday, 1:30 and 3:30. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4 ONLY "MEN ARE SUCH FOOLS" WAYNE MORRIS PRISCILLA LANE Admission, lOc and 16c This is another Judge Hardy story FARM LOANS—4%%, NO COM- mission. Can close your loan promptly.—C. W. Nicoulin, Al- gona ' llp50-S FOR SALE—3 GOOD SPRINGER milch cows, one brood sow 7 pigs by side, one matched team horses and o years.—H. M. Colwell. p2 THAT new FLOOR PROBLEM — RE- with Pittsburgh Waterspar Self Polishing Wax. Dries quickly. S'o polishing necessary. Come for instructions.—F. S. Son. FLOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish. A uew Improved method guaranteeing satisfaction.—Cowan Building & Supply Co. 38tf $10 REWARD FOR ANYONE giving information leading to arrest and conviction of person who has been destroying my property at U04 So. Jones St. Please notify Will F. Brown or Sheriff. t-2 FOR SALE—PERFECTION KERO- sene kitchen cook stove, almost new; white-enameled infant's bed, almost new, with brand-new mat- tresa.—Ask Advance. gl-4 FOR SALE—AN L. C. SMITH AND an Underwood typewriter. Both machines are full-sized standard typewriters. A bargain at a cosh orice. See our window display.— Advance Publishing Co. HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE (VvEB- stater silty clay loam) well-im- •royed 320-acre farm and home •wo miles south of St. Benedict is low offered for $90.00 per acre to 'right party" and owners are wiling to consider terms of payment, inly owners' wish to consolidate heir properties nearer home uakaa this price possible. See us or details about this if genuinely oterested- We'll show you.— Real Estate, over Bar- Algpna, la. 67(2)2 :n Norton & (2) WE WISH TO THANK NEIGH- bors and other Wends who so kindly assisted us during the illness and death of our husband and father, E. A. Platt. — Mrs. E. A. Platt and family, Algona. LATEST ON HOME HEATING— Complete data on new improvements now available to home owners. Write at once to Green-Col?? ' Engineering Dept., Des Moines. ta\ OWN YOUR OWN FAUM HOMli! LOOK! $3,000. Payment March 1, 1939, by party with satisfactory showing of property and managerial ability, will establish you on a first-class, well improved 240-acre farm, 5 mi. NE of Wesley. Owner will carry back balance of her equity, above "government loans" now on this place, on terms mutually acceptable. Chances like this are few. Let us show you this place at once, if you mean business. — Hutching, Real Estate & Farm Loans.—Over Barry's, Algona. 83(2)2 '^C^, SuperX • i^'UMEKICAN ^ LAGLr WINCHESTER Algona Iowa Special Friday, Saturday, and Monday •*, Free Delivery Phones 420-421 POTATOES Fine Quality 100 Lbs. Pk. 99c 18c DESSERT POWDER All flavors IGA Pkgs.__ 17c PANCAKE FLOUR Rival Lb. bag llC SODA CRACKERS Johnston Daisy Z Lb. box 1 4C BROWN SUGAR 2 Lbs. lie SUGAR Fine granulated'! 100-Lb.Bag $4.59 Spaghetti or Macaroni 8-oz. boxes 19c for NOODLES Carol 5-oz. box w Boxes._ 1 9C COFFEE Red A 1 Ib 16< 2 Ibs. 31^ 8 Ibs. 456 Soap {Grains IGA ^ large and J Pkg. IGA Cleanser 80c value, Both for __ NAVY BEANS 14c Toilet Tissue IGA Dawn Steam sterilized O Rolls-__3lC RICE Fancy Blue Rose 3pk g ._._ 15c SALT, IGA Plain or Iodized Pound boxes Boxes, _ PUMPKIN Stokely 2 2 Large Gold Medal Flour. 49-lb. IOC 1'OWDERED SUGAR Lb 13c SUGAR (Limit) _101b 8 .4Ic SALAD DRESSINGTlGAT SALAD DRESSING, Carol,,,(. j ar »' 18-k MIXED VEGETABLES, No.2 2 cans 2 18-k MILK, toll cans CORN KIX, large boxes . 2 CAROL AMMONIA, 24-ox. bottle 14( BROOM Red A, 60c value ... 4*1 LYE, TOA Hi-test, lOc cans 3 forMfl MOP STICKS, good grade, each .10* MOP HEADS, medium iveiglit .$ CORN STARCH, IGA Mb.3pto.lB BORAX, Twenty Mule Team, Ml*. DRANO, cleans drains, 25c size 21{[ WINDEX, 6-oz. bottle, special ..Am BLUING, Carol 8-ox. bottle -J GLOSS STARCH, IGA Mb. pkg..Ji| CLOTHES PINS, IGA, box of 40 ..M WHITE NAPHTHA SOAP, jumbo f —— 10 liars 3J£| Onions, large, 10-lb. bag lfc| Lettuce Irg. solid heads ea,i| Sweet Potatoes, fancy, 8 Ibs 25t| Oranges med. size, 2 doz, 29c| Carrots, large bunch ... Cranberries, Ib. m 18-k Coffee in Blue, Red, or Green fancy canisters 2ubs.__52C MAN WANTED Must be a good worker and experienced farmer. This is a permanent job, with good pay for man over 25 who owns a car. In applying for this job give age and experience. Write to Box 400, care of Advance. MRS. F. L. TRIBON will sell all of Mrs. Walter Praaer's furniture at her SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1st, at 9 A. M. Consisting of mohair living room suite, good; 6-tube Majestic Console radio; extra fine vanity dressing table; chest of drawers, solid walnut, like new 9x12 Axmmster rug; lovely gate-way table in walnut; chif. robe, fine for a man's room; 2 large cupboards with glass doors; beds, dishes, and many other articles. Mrs. Fraser's house is rented and must be vacated Saturday evening. Everything must be sold This is yo.ur chance to get good things cheap. AMMUNITION NATIONALLY KNOWN AMMUNITION FOR HUNTING LUCK You get all the well known brands at Coast - fo - Coast Stores, and you get them at the right price! Wild-few! is plentiful tfcis year. Takt an EXTRA box of your favorit* sholls! AMERICAN EAGLE AMMUNITION The American Eagle is fast becoming the favorite with many of our customers. It's hard hitting and the safest constructed shell made. We have all loads gauges. SHOOT YOUR FAVORITE AMMUNITION! and 70c per single box of 25 AMERICAN EAGLE 22 shorts, box 16c I** Ar s^! mokedHBm •. ha » OT Ground Beef _ _ _ V Ik. olT Minced Ham in piece.'lb Pork Cutlets, Ib ' Spring Lamb Shoulder Roast, Meak, Roimd or Swiss, Ib. 0 Cut Ham, Ib, -__.,_32c BUTTERNUT .'j or FOLGEB'S COFFEE 52ci mm TOKAY GRAPES Beautiful Red Flame Limit, 5 Ibi. S^^ GOOD NEWS for flic DEAF KLEANBORE SHELLS 22 shorts, box ^RF^JJ^PF MMr KO. 42 ^'^^w* in ^™t workmapshlp and /. -•**.- wt«uwu QYQ .•e g ulat d e. i8UUCt and ™* tp friends m* mi %|F iyP ff^L The GEM BOJfB CONDUCTOR TJie latest and »oet standing development « (fern-laboratory Begardless of fi the state of de&fness, » results.

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