Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1938 · Page 3
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.fv.;».r-. fflJBS8SR' B 8WIBW ,4,*W$ifr r ;V » „ . J ....t« J _£ij'ii,,i':^ J^LS'I '! . „„«/ !*«»;:<>/'Matty of many minds. My way of thihking Prime Minister Cham- lheriab"|w# f ft Wiflh-bone where he ought to ve a backbone* He has not averted war, , ne has simply postponed it. In a year or I two when Hitler gets thoroughly fortified, fall Mr. Chamberlain can do then is to wish. Birds o'f, feathers flock together—as it stands now the dictators have it, even our f own wrote-them a very nice letter while |they had Czechoslovakia on the operating I table. I'hojpe good old U. S. A. never gets [the apperfdicitis. If we do I would rather Idle fighting than to be operated on by a f'dictator. Hold ott a minute, I started this lad to tell r you about the new shipments of I shoes we are receiving every day. PairiciA, Pat — Lloyds — Hug-Tite— Ipeters—Sky-riders—Connolly Kangaroos I—Original Chippewa, and others. " ^ i i < • . We h'ave 'had to order and re-order. I They sell as fast as we get them in. They fare new uptto-the-mimite styles from [standard reliable factories. , people'know'they get the same slip- Ipers at Neville's*for $2.98 that other stores f charge $4.00^[iid $5.00 for. That is the [reason we^treTselling'So many shoes. The jsame 3hoe%, for less money is what makes Irepeat customers. Wonjen's sport oxfords In all leathers il-89.'V j, Williams dress ties and pumps in kid- Iskin black 1 suede and the new shades of ibrown and'porto plum at $1.89. This is the [wonder line. Regular city styles. They |wear—they flt; and are very smart. iJimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN MY MIXED OATS ave an excellent outlet for barley mixed oats. It pay you to see us when you have grain to sell. iderson Grain & Coal Co. ALGONA, IOWA. J G! >e writer that fits easily into suitor desk drawer . . . it's the new OtTA See and' feel elgbt machine |lb8.15oz.incaae).|iaa Icharacters— Swinging L i only I. C. DEWEL ADVANCE OFFICE See Our Window COUNTY AfrVAflcte. ALQONA. Claude Tbbthmari fe Vktim in Fatal ent FORMER BURT MAN DIES OF FULL INJURIES Burt, Oct. 7—The body of Claude Toothman, aged 67, Fort Dodge, was brought here for' burial Monday. ' Mr. Toothman had a fall while painting the preceding Monday and died from a cerebral hemorrhage Friday. Mr. Toothman was the youngost son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Levl Toothman, and spent his youth and early manhood near Burt. He is survived by his wife -.and two sons, Elmer and Roy; two brothers, E. M. Toothman, Burt, and Ira Toothman, Waterloo; and a .sister, Mrs. John Cran, Humboldt. Funeral services were held at the Wilder funeral home in Fort Dodge Monday morning and a short service was held at the Methodist church here Monday afternoon. Out-of-town relatives ' attending the funeral included Mrs. John Cran and son Albert, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Toothman, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Toothman, of Waterloo. ball game at Minneapolis Saturday. - . , • . •',: :; ' • . Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Thompson and son : Richard spent Sunday with relatives at Hampton. Ruby Sanderson went to Des Moines Monday evening, where ehe has secured employment. Dale Kennedy and'Thelma Jacobson, Mason City, spent Sunday at W. T. Kennedy's. :'••'.' Mrs. C. S. Coffin will entertain, the Birthday ^Circle Thursday afternoon. CALF CLUB AT LONE REORGANIZED Birthdays are Observed- Sunday was Lewis Larsen's 81st birthday and In honor of the 'event 28, relatives were entertained, at dinner at his home. They included the Henry Nelsons, Martin Lar- sens, Herbert Nelsons; the La Vern Gilberts, Garner; Fred Gerdes, of Sheffield; Mre. Peter Larsen, of Forest City; and Mr. and Mrs. Adams, Emmetsburg. Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Drem- njel, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus, and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pra'tt.were entertained at dinner at the Larsen home. This wae also in honor.,of the birthdays of Mr. Larsen, Mr. Dremmel, Mr. Polhemus, and Mrs. Pratt. This group has celebrated their common birthdate together for a number of years. ,:Family Gathering is Held— Lois Graham, who is attending the state college at Ames, spent the week-end- 1 'at home. Friday evening a fami,ly gathering was held at Jay D. Graham's In honor of the Merwyn Grahams, who left Saturday for their home in .Den-' ver, Colo. Those attending included the J. T., Robert, and Harvey Graham families, and the Paul Willes, of Algona, and the J. G. Sewicks and F. p. Stows. . Attend Picnic at Ln Yerhe— The Herman Bussiea, Emil Leecksi Ralph Stewards, Paul Kre- ears', and Mr;-and Mre. <R. A. Bleich attended a picnic at John Ruger's at Lu Verne Sunday. The gathering was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fries, Milwaukee, and Fred Leeck, Newport, Ore., who have been visiting relatives here several weeks. Wessels Celebrate at Dows— The Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wessel nd daughter Lurena went to Dows Sunday, where the Wessels cele- irated their wedding anniversary vith Mr. and Mrs, A. G. Watts, who vere also celebrating their anniversary. The Wessels went on 1 to McGregor to spend a few days vis- ting. ' Other Bart News. The L. H. Schencks, the A. B. Scheucks, Algona, and Hor'ace Schencks, Crystal Lake, met Mrs. Sadie Schenck and daughters Maude and Mildred, Minneapolis, at Minneopa Park Sunday, where hey enjoyed a picnic dinner to- sether. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fox, the L,yle Foxes, and Mrs, James Higdon and three children, ; of Britt, and Mrs. Carrie Larsen and daugh- ,ers, Algona, spent Sunday at Mar,in Larsen's. Mrs. Walter Fox is Hr. Larsen's sister. Mr. and Mrs. August Kruckenberg, the Hugo Petersons, and William Boernsens, May. City, spent Sunday at G. H. McMullen's. They are old friends of the McMullans, who formerly lived at May City. Riley Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hall left Monday for their home at Milwaukee, Wis., after visiting aince Wednesday at the P, W. Kollasch and Hawcott homes. The E. C. Bierstedts, Lyle Marlows, Leonard Warner, Algona, ai\d the A. C. Bierstedts, Lakota,.were dinner guesta Sunday at Wm- Hoeck's at Bancroft, Mrs. Velma McBrlde and Kenneth. Cook attended the wedding of Rena Bakken and Dur'ward^Mittag at -the Swedish Lutheran church, in Lone Rock, Oct. 4—The Lone Rock Calf club met last week' Thursday night at Jack Quinn'e,' and County Agent A. L. Brown helped reorganize it. Officers were elected: president, Bernard Reilly; I vice, Gerald Radig; secretary.-, treasurer, Betty Marlow; leader, Louis Reilly; assistant, A. H. Hanna. Willard Thompson, Willard Quinn, and Roger Jensen Joined the club. The; club won $5 1'or keeping best barns at the county fair. The next meeting will be at Verdabelle Thompson's. Party Visits In South Dakota- Mrs. Lillie Thompson, daughter Neva, Mrs. W. C. Heiter,,and Mrs..' . M. Gladstone spent the week-! nd in South Dakota, the, Thdmp-J ons and Mrs. Heiter at Mre.'Edith 3orcoran's and Harry Alfle'e's, ..of Mitchell, Mrs. Gladstone' at her rother Coin Gapp's, ; Salem. . Party Honors Two Women— . A birthday party honornig Mrs. Edw. Meyer and Mrs. Ben Leudtke t the latter's home was given lafit week Thursday ^evening, ' and at- ending were the Ernest; Moyers, Burti Lizzie, Grace,- and Fred Meyr, Mr. and Mrs.' Paul Nemltz, and he Lloyd Hutchlnsons. 'eachers Here for Week-End— Vera ,Morris* Gowrie, teacher, pent Saturday and Sunday at the arentai Charles Morris home, and. riorence Householder, Humboldt, eacher, accompanied Vera here to laity her own parents, Mr. and ilrs'. C. E. Householder. Nelsons to Church Meeting— Mr. and Mrs. Will Nelson spent ast week Thursday arid Friday, at I Sac City, attending the Methodist onference, and Sunday the Nelons were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ohn Nelson, Wlnnebago, Minn. 'Icnlc at West Bend— The C. M. Gross family and Mr. .nd Mrs. V. J. Gross drove to Vf.sat Bend Sunday to join the Petsr Er- cksons, Currie, Minn., and Mrs. flary Engles, West Concord, Minn., or picnic dinner. . Birthday Party at Fenton— Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanna and Jr. and Mrs. Walter Krause at- ended a birthday party Friday vening for E. J. Frank, Fenton. Utend the Cattle Congress- Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Hutchison nd Mr. and-Mrs. Hugh Walsh at- ended the Dairy Cattle Congress t Waterloo last week Thursday.- Attend Picnic at Algona— The Raymond .Bieratedt attend- d a recent picnic at the Ambrose ,. Call state park honoring Mrs. itllie Norton, Denver. .'"•..: Two to Schmidt Funeral— ' Mrs. Hurlburt and Mrs. James ing attended the recent funeral of Mrs. August Schmidt at Algona. t Other Lone Bock. Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Howe, of Rockwell City, spent Sunday here with relatives. The Ray Walshes, Varina, and the Hugh Walshes were Sunday dinner; guests at Bernard O'DonneH's. The Ernest Meyers; Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyer, Seneca, Mr. and Mrs, Edw, Meyer, 'enton, and the Lloyd Hutchinsons were at A. J. Meyer's. The Harley Shellitos and Mrs. Meliesa Shellito, Ames, spent Saturday end Sunday at N. L. Cotton's, Mrs. Merle Jergenson, of Ledyard, spent from last week Thurs- day-til} Sunday ati her mother Mrs. Algona. 1 The Norman Sandersons, wjho have lived in part of Berths Daniels' house, have moved k to' Kanawha, where Mr. Sanderson has a position. ' ' Mr. and Mrs 1 . R. A. Bleich and Mr. and Mrs. George Fries, Milwaukee, Wis., spent Saturday ,a Andersons' New Rlchland Minn. Mr. and Mrs. P. Mrs. Krlethe took her Eugenia Kriethe, Drake student spent the week-end here with hei parents, "" "' """ " Kriethe. The Edwin Aliens, Swea, City the '.Elmer Kienltz,s, I^akota, and the Clifford Holdings were Sun day dinner guests at G. C, Allen s iThe Methodist Aid wl}t meet f week late this month. The meet ing will be held next Wednesday at Mrs, W. R. Chafee's. Mr. find Mrs. M. W, Fandel'and the-Herman Fandels, of Whltte mpre, were Sunday dinner guests 8 .Mrs. C- C, Smith returned Sun.- day ,from Des Momes, where she had vjsited' MW. Gul^e, who brought her 'home' " Mr- »» d Mr e> Wt w> B°eM*Jier left Sunday for a few days $?|t Benson, Osakls, and Mtasj Minn. TMrs. S, M,' ?eter«oa J Saturday fr9m Watprloo, ehe had been visiting her ter* arid Mrs. Arend Neeland,-and the John Behrends family were dinner gueets the same day at the Ornle Behrends Sr. home, Algona. Mrs. Ralph Thompson, her children, and Mrs. Richard Long drove to Humboldt Saturday fon the day with Mrs. Anna Newbrough, who, with her son Donald, came here with them' for a short visit. Chris Long, Algona, and the Newbroughs were Sunday supper guesta at Ralph Thompson's. Mrs. Caroline Ackarman, Burt, visited from last week Thursday till Saturday at Frank Flaig'e. Mary Ann Flaig was a Sunday,dinner guest of Madeline Lattlmer et Mrs. Bridget Quinn'e, Bancroft. The Edw. Ooches, Bancroft, were Sunday evening gueats at -Tack Qulnn's. . The James Ackermans spent Sunday evening at C. C. Cushing's, SWee City. Glen Burt, Armstrong, w«a a Friday visitor here. Mrs; Agnes Miller, Granite Falls, Minn., daughter Elaine, and Mrs. ,•• Margaret Murray, Burt, were.Sunday afternoon callers at Charles Bler- le's. •. '•: Gareldine Lemlng, Holeteln teacher, .spent Saturday and Sunday-at Fred Gehrich'e. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchard, of Des Molnes, spent the week-end' at M. E. Blanchard's, and {Catherine Ste- britz,,waB a't Fort Dotige^tyith her sister, Mrs. .Francis :P6ole.'>'' ,the George Longs we're Sunday guests -..at .Clarence - : '\Ackersoii'fi, Bancroft, arid evening/guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Ray De Lapp, of Sherburn, Minn., the Asa Warners, Ledyard, Evelyn Blerstedt; "Butt, 1 ' and Gerald Warner, Algona. •XThe M. O. Richards family were Sunday-dinner guests at Maurice Bllsborough's, Titonka. Mr. and Mre. Lyle Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Guderian, all of Algona, spent last week .Wednesday at Will Chrlfitenson's. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt and the Joe. Culbertsons were -Sunday dinner guests ofUlie-Elma Ewoldts, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Marinua Kirkelson, Sanborn, Minn., were last week Thursday night guests of the Ewoldts. •...:•. •...-^ Lillian Angus, Cornell teacher, spent the week-end at the parental R. T. Angus home. Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, R. T. Angus, and his daughter-Grace drove to Cornell for Lillian. Mr. and Mrs. .Ray Snyder and Mr. and Mrs. "W.,J. Cotton. spent Saturday afternoon at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. A.: A. Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen were' there that evening. The Lyle Marlowe were Sunday dinner guests at- William Hoeck'a, Bancroft. The Frank 'Householders and the Ralph Hurlburts were at the Ornie Behrends home in Seneca. Mrs. Henry Manus and < her daughter, • Mrs. Lillian Sigler, both of Burt, spent last week Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Charles Morris. Mrs. Harris Wadsworth and a daughter 'left last week Thursday for a visit at Edw. Madden-s, Amiret, Minn. ' • P. M. Chrlsterison attended a Fort Dodge Presbytery at Carroll last week Wednesday. MANY ATTEND THE FUNERAL Fenton," 'October- 4 ^r-,Mr. arid Mrs., E. K. Johnson, Mrs. ' G. B. Johnson, Mrs. Ernest yotteler, 'Mr. and. Mrs. Edw. Schmidt, and Mrs. E. C. Wefsbrod, attended the funeral of Mrs. < Nick Goeders, Cylinder, last week Monday at the St. Thomas Catholic church, Emmetsburg. Among others attending Were Mike Neu, Jos. and Frank Krler, and Grant Wermager, Caledonia, Minn.; Nick Neu, Clinton, Mo.; John" Neu, Waterloo; Mrs. Henry Finns, Sioux Falls; John Goeders, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, daughter Brma Dee, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Goeders, and Mrs. John 'Capesius, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Carmody, Mr. and Mrs. Peter/Neu and sons, Raymond and George, Mrs: Cecelia Elbert, Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Geelan, Augusta Prlester, John Mosbach, and GeWge Carmody, all of Wbltte- mor*. ••• • • ..:.;-.. • •' •.''.•:; Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Carmody, Rosella Neu, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Nolan and Mr. and Mrs..Philip Bough, Emmetsburg; 'Jos. Goeders, Albert Lea; -Henry Priester, Taopl, Minn.; Mr. and Mjrs. Jos. RUstan and Mrs. William Brennan, Ruthven; Mr. and Mrs. John Jongherg and Mr. and Mrs. Nick. Griffin, Armstrj>081, Mrs. Anna: Smtth'and Mre.' Frank- Johnson, .Superior ;^; >i Rosendahir Ayrshif e Buys St. Ansfar Farm. Union Twp., Oct. 4 "— Claude Dearche has purchased a farm at St. AnBgar, north of Mason City, and will move to'It March 1. A family from the I. Wernert farm, west of Algonk, has leased the De* Oraw farm, which will ,be vacated by the Dearchs family. ,, , * Bingo Party At the Academy Halt MOHDAt EYEJTING, OCTOBER 1« at 8 O'clock »Sc. Prizes to be gtrM. Play all erenlng. SAFETY SAN SAYS Signs along the highway _ were meant for you as well as the other fellow;—and they mean what they say. Is your car eafe to drive? Before starting on thait trip, drive In for a complete check up. Be sure. WliOAU, GARAGE Phone 166. : South Dodge YOUR RACE! I For BiuincM Supremacy! ;By AdyertUing Lillian Wortnlngton's. Worthington returned last Hugo week Wednesday from a trip to Wisconsin arid Minnesota, and he accompanied the Jergeneons to Ledyard/ Mr. and Mrs,, Robert Schoby .<nd VTae Man«gari brought Sylvia W'e- ousch from Algona last week Monday;, to visit ber mother, Mrs, Worthington. Mrs, TUJie Hanna, daughter Myr tie, Mrs. Martha Rath, son .Lawrence, and the Albert Shasers wore Sunday guests at William Rath's, Algona. The L. B, HolHeters, of Kanawha, were supper gueste at Fred. Wegener's . an4 called on pfh,- er friends here. Mrs. Dora Laahs spent the afternoon at Robert Dreyer's, Algona. The Henry Kellers, New Salem S. D., and 1 the Fred ' Lleha W^re recent supper gueste at Alex Rad- Ig's. 4ay The -Paul Olsons spei^t Edw. Marlow's, Burt. Mr, 4.4O.2I Sic It's a five-star bargain! The Speedway carries a "lifetime guarantee" • by Goodyear, And it has the blowout-resisting Super- cord l» every ply •kld-reaisting center traction grip , . , at a price that's real good news for thrifty buyers! ' r^v** -G-3" A»- 1'ySWwi «»•»«» Tbe ,<*$*'& leadtoft «" I !«£noi»y... iC W S-SSCMVfiSW g. P. fc&*i P f ftnt.» ^^^^IHIIHHHI^HIHIHM t"1^W« ! " ^T^P^UJl^iUlJ i ^ P ^-~ T ^a«i!l'*H^-?W!»T p YOUR FBIEKD AT HEAL TIME FRIDAY AlfD SATUEDAY, OCTOBER 7 AND 8 What'« the Cost? Variety on the table means greater appetite appeal. There is no added; cost for yariety in the homes of Thrifty Shoppers who watch Council Oak's Wednesday and Saturday Specials. Check carefully the Council Oak "Budget Balancers" .for this weekend.' ; .;. •• •". .... i -• .j '.,• : Fresh Ham Rolls Boneless Fresh Ham Bolls to roast, fry or boil. For this sale a low price of "24*. per l\>. In piece or sliced. Beef Steak Special The special attraction at Council Oak Markets this Saturday h I 'Beef Steak. Steaks cut from mature, well corered beef, Short !4tat and T-Bone Steaks at 18* per Ib. Bound Steak at 17* 1 and Sirloin Steak •* 16* per Ib. , : Braised Short Ribs Brown Beef Short Bibs in a hot oten. Season with salt and per> per. Add M cop of water and corer closely. Reduce oren tern- peratnre to 300 degrees and cook slowly until tender, about 1H hours.' Add potatoes, carrots, and onions to pan about 45 minutes before short ribs are done. Beef Short Bibs at 12* per Beef Shoulder Roasts, pound 17c & 14c Rump and Heel Roasts, pound _ 17c Fresh Beef to Boil, pound _ lOc Canned Peaches Those who canned no peaches for this winter should be Interested in this week-end Special. Homing Light Peaches, either sliced or the large luscious halves. The large No. 2% can for 1S *-- •;,;:,,..;"",'. •-,....-..,.;-,. • Superb Mincemeat So rich in meat, fruit, and .spices that many prefer to stretch to double the quantity by the addition of fresh apples. Priced for this sale at 2 pkgMqr ,15*. Large Sweet Peas Many consider Superb, large, sweet peas the finest obtainable. These big, sweet, tender peas have a distinctive flavor not found in smaller peas. Buy a supply of these fancy peas at the low price of 2 No. 2 can.8 for-23*. ' Council Oak Bread 1 Concll Oak Bread Is:a bread that satisfies. In our model bak- ery'there is.no scrimping on the essential Ingredients required for delicious, wholesome bread, wide 'variety and baked fresh daily. ' : "White Loaf" "THE THIRSTY FLOTJR" Whatever happens to the wheat market will effect the price <rf White Loaf Flour. For those who wish to buy a supply of White Loaf this week-end we have .a special price of $1.19 per bag. FREE HII INFECTION cf •ATTERY SERVICE ECHAIOINO ENTALt IMIBt OAOSERVIQE tires— remove , etc, before Lot v* jMp yw taw* t»u*»w GOODYEAR lATTIRIIS First Prize Flour, 1-bbl. bag ^____ Hershey Chocolate With cooler weather ; many will use more of this well known beverage and baking chocolate. At Council Oak this week-eat the %-lb. cake is 1O*. Superb Oats These large, white oats may be bought in the regular and qnick cooking. 4 special price of J5t on the large cartin for this > Council Oak Grape Jam A delicious spread and cake filler and economical too. Just like you make at home. Contains only New York Concord Grapes and sugar. The big S-)b.'jar at a special price of 22£. Pork & Beans On short notice you can add to the variety on the table by opening a can of Morning lilght Pork & Beans in tomato sauce. Serre hot or cold. Buy a supply of 27-02. cans at the special price of 8i- : •',. . •: ., ^ i;^-/..L, ; ^- : |S^.JPo^ 'Many buyers who can afford the most expensive brands confine their purchases 'to our popular priced Bed Bag Coffee becans* It's rich, smooth flavor just suits their taste. We grind this wholei berry coffee ,as yon direct. Try It at our low price *f 16* per Ib. or 3 I»s, for 45* ., r Galvanized Pails Sturdy, well made galvanized pails in the popular size for we in the home and around the bam. 12-quart pails for this Mle at the. low price of 23* each. ' Hntkins Hardwater Castile, cake _ _ _4c Blue Barrel 3oap, 2 pound bar* B " wo

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