Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1938
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TOtR FRIEND AT MEAL TIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 AND 15 And a Small Child Shops for the Family This Is nothing unusual at Council Oak Stores. Mothers know that youngsters get as much or more consideration than grownups nt Council Oak. Children know that at Council Oak they pay the same price as experienced shoppers. Mutton Sale Dietitians recognize Mutton as most wholesome, nourishing, and easily digested. At the following prices Mutton Is also most economical. Leg O Mutton Roast _______ Pound 13c Mutton Chops ____________ Pound 7c Mutton Shoulder Roast ____ Pound 8c Mutton Stew _____________ Pound 6c Beef Steak Heef vSleak cut to any desired thickness at a popular price. Hound Steak at 19* per II)., and Sirloin, T-Kone and Short Cut Steaks at 18t per pound. Fresh Side Pork So often it's the least expensive meats that afford the keenest iippetlle appeal. Crisp fried fresh side pork, boiled potatoes <*nd cream gravy should make a decided hit for a change. Many will pickle some side fork at our special price of 14£ per lb. Ring Liver Sausage _______ Pound Fresh Beef to Boil ________ Pound 1 2c Spanico Chili ___________ Pound 22c Beef Roasts ------ Pound 1 8c and 1 5c Baked Hominy ('ouil)inc the following and bake in a moderate oven for 45 win- utes. 8 cups Superb Hominy, 2 cups Morning Light Tomatoes, ( tablespoon butter or shortening, U cup grated cheese, suit und tapper. The Xo. 2U can of Superb Hominy for ?£ Fig Bars A fresh shipment of these delicious cakes. .Use these wholesome cookies lor added variety in the school lunch. A week-end price of 2 Ibs. for 19C. Macaroni Products For a change make the main dish macaroni or spaghetti in casserole with tuna, mushrooms, Kraft cheese and tomatoes. A "" the 2 " lb ' ccll °l' hlllic ba S of macaroni or Mushrooms Tiny, unbleached, cultivated, sliced buttons. They add flavor to lal' a Irice°of St a SOUI '' St " V ' a " d Bravles ' The 2-oz ' can at a s l» ec Extra Fancy Tuna There are several varieties of tuna. For an extra fancy, solid pack, runa, try the Superb llrand in the Ko. U can at a special jinc t- oi JL 5C • Canned Grapefruit Full ripe, broken segments of Florida, hand-peeled Grapefruit. Excellent for cocktail and sulads. The No. 800 cans at a spec- lal price ot 3 lor Cracked Wheat Bread The Council Oak Bakery submits a new loaf for your approval. Iry a fresh baked loaf of our new Cracked Wheat Bread and enjoy Jt.s rich, nutty flavor. CAMPBELL'S Tomato Juice The for Council Oak Coffee This blKh duality .blend is the pride of Council Oak and the pop. ular cottee with many thousands of Council Oak Customers. The Si?v i« f S . "'"? l i£_ cxcnun « ed f « r "se^ul premiums. Our every i»n.y low price Js 2Sc ?>er fM>und; or 3 pounds for Gedney Dills i L? « e * Braded lor sll!e - (Jedn ej''s special process « s . s pickles tl.at.ire crisp and brittle with that real dill fla- Try a quart jar at our special price of 14c linv d »"«m,,ii * 1J ! is . lilIu l of K house'. ' Am ''"™« American Lye *'<"' ""aWBK soap. Farmers should at 6c per can for disinfecting P & G Soap Products AVI;I:K-KNI> SI ^ Ivory Soap, big 10-oz. bar ... P & G Laundry Soap, 5 giant bars 9 C 19c I. 6. DEWEL AT THE ADVANCE OFFICE See 0«r Winaow IT'S YOUR MOVE- Here Are Money Savers Wesley P.T.A. to Discuss SPONSORSHIP''~~ OF CAMPAIGN IN QUESTION Wesley, Oct. 11—The Wesley Parent-Teacher association will" meet at the Kleinpeter hall next 'Monday evening to give a reception to the teachers In the public schools. A discussion on whether to organize for small pox and a diphtheria . .vaccination of the school children will be held, and a musical program will be given. On the serving committee are Mesdames it. L. Pfelffer,. Vincent Doughan, ,Vee Mullin, ;J."L. Haverly, Alfred Erdmari, Julius Kunz; Frank Kouba, and Ammon Lease. Woman's Hlrthdnj Forty relatives Celebrated— and friends gathered at Guy Dimond's Sunday for a picnic dinner to help Mrs Dimond celebrate a birthday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. -Bandeau and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swanson, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Frledow, who had a wedding art>- niversary Sunday, daughter Carol iee, Mr. and Mrs. William Friedow, the Larsons, the Leon Glf- fords, the Leighton Andersons, Jacob Swaneon, and son Sonnie, all of Britt; the Henry Swansons and the Howard Sparks family, Wesley.'Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg, Peter Seaberg, and Marie and Carl Starquist drove to Independence Saturday to visit Ellen Seaberg, who teaches there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shroder, Walnut, 111., spent last, week with the latter's mother, Mrs. Lizzie Fox, Illinojsans Arc Guests Here- Mr, and Mrs. George Goetz entertained as dinner guests the Wm. Lanes, of Princeton, 111., Alma Stehl, Peru, 111., Mrs. Mary Goetz, daughter Dorothy, and the Anthony Johnsons. The Lanes, Alma- Stehl, Mrs. Mary Goetz, and Dorothy were supper guests at the Jos. Goetz home. The visitors, Mrs. Mary Goetz, Bernadine, and — Lillian visited the West Bend gro- Birthday Tarty is Chen— to in the afternoon. The Henry Schroeders, the r ft] -l in Knvj i s Married- Mr, and Mrs. Tom Forburger Lone Rock Girl Becomes Bride ot Fairmont Youth Lone Rock, Oct. 12—Mftry Ellen Culbertsoh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Marlow, and Fred, son of Mr. and Mre. Robert Schmidt, Fairmont, were married at 10 oclock a week ago Monday at the Lutheran parsonage, Burt, the Kev. Mr. Richmann officiating. A double-ring ceremony was used. Luella Schmidt, sister of the bridegroom, and Harold Marlow, brother of the bride, were their attendants. After a short wedding trip to Sioux City they will farm the Schmidt place south of Lone Rock. Retnrns to Louisiana— ..The Clarence Macumbers, Al- |6na, spent .Sunday with Mrs. Frank Macumber and daughter, L. T. Jackson. Mrs. Jackson Tuesday for Des Moines, Mrs. left "tf »«m J-»CD l*J,Ulli:3O| ependlng Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Gale Hansen, formerly Dorothy Macumber. She continued to Monroe, La., where she will visit friends, her husband coming from Baton Rouge for her. They make their home at Baton Rouge. Junior Play Cast Named— The junior class play, Eyes of Love, a 3-act comedy-drama, has been chosen and has the following students in the cast: Pauline Browning, Mary Ann Flaig, Vuanita Wegener, Harold Hammer- Strom, Doris Sanders, Viola Sprank, Arnold Reilly, Raymond Laabs; Wallace Hobson, and Willard Quinn. It will be given the Elma Krueger accompanied her and visited Hertha Ruhnke. Hertha accompanied them, here, returning Sunday, Elma spending the day at Fenton with her. Missionary Society Meets-' •Mrs. Thoburn Spelcher, of Burt, and Mrs. William Nelson were hostesses to the Burt Methodist Woman'e Missionary society at Mrs. Nelson's Thursday afternoon, and 14 attended. Fenton Is Game Winner— The Lone Rock baseball team lost to Fenton on the local diamond Friday afternoon 4-2. . .. Other Lone Bock. Mrs. Harold Cardei, Fairmont, epent the week-end at Dan Harris's. Sunday dinner guests there were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. John Hoppe, Lu Verne; the Ernest Hoppes, of Kan.iwha; Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, Fairmont; and the P. L. For sons. Mrs. Delmar -Angus and chil first part'of November. Girls Glee Club Organl/etf— Aria Wadsley, music teacher, has organized the girls' glee club- Sopranos—Ruth Whitehill, Ruby Kueck, Mary Ann Flaig, Violet and Ruby Nelson, Mavis Nyman, Lucille Oenrlch, Pauline .Browning, Betty and Wilina Marlow, Helen Hanna, Georgetta Bannick; altos — Doris Blanchard, Maxine Flaig, Dorothy Jensen, Vuanlta Wegener, Berniece Pompe, Viola Sprank. dren, Burt, spent last wee Wednesday night and Thursday a M. E. Blanchard's. The Edw Blanchards, Irvington, spent Sun day there. Afternoon visitors 'the 1 . 1 were Mattie Warner and Eva Whit new, Burt. Fred Flaig, Thomas O'Donuel and Bernard Long, drove to Cam pus, 111., Friday, attending the fun Wieners, Mr. and Wiener' and Doris Mrs. H. A Gelhar, were went to Humboldt to attend a ._ ception for Vincent, son of Mr. and Peter Mrs. Stephen Dwyer, and his bridi The couple were married Saturda at Fort Dodge, and the receptio was held at the home of the bride' parents. Vincent has been in th navy six years. The Syvester Gor mans Stilson, were Sunday after noon visitors at Forburger's. Coast Visitors Are Here- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Aaran, M Angel, Ore., arrived Saturday t visit rela-tives and old friends Prank i s a brother of Mrs. Kat Kennedy, and Mrs. Aman, formei ly Caroline Hoffer, was a daush ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hof fer, former Wesleyans. The \m ana and Mrs. Kennedy were Sun day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Erdman. Boy for Koinan Eisenbachers— A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs Roman Eisenbacher, Whlttemore last week Thursday. There are now four boys and a girl in the family. The I. A. Eisenbachers spent Saturday at Fort Dodge with the son Father Linus Eisenbaoher Cecelia Eisenbacher and Clarence Nelson attended a bazaar and a chicken dinner at Lu Verne Sun day. Corn-Crib for Richter Farm— A corn crib, 16.x 28-12, is being ouilt at John Richter's by Nick Raskoph and Clayton Dennis The Edw. Dusolds, Mason €ity, were Sunday guests at Richter's. Mrs Ludwig Gelner, Forest City, visited there last week. Honsons Entertain Relatives- Guests at Albert Monson's from ast week Thursday till Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stott, Mrs. Harry Allen, Elton and Willam Nichols, all of Morning. Sun all relatives of Mrs. Monson % ear, were Sunday guests at F. F. Schroeder's, Doris is now working Hayenga's, near Missionary at Cong'l Church- Missionary Oscar Beckon, son of he Rev. Mr. Nelson, Boone, spoke at the Congregational church here Sunday morning. The Reve. Johneon and Beckon were Sunday din- ier guests of Grandma Skow. Consult About New~Cym— L. L. Lease and Fred Diekmann vere at De s Moines Saturday on a business mission concerning the iew school gymnasium, work on vlnch was tsarted Tuesday, Olson JJabe is Christened— The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs E. M. Olson was baptised >unday and named Mary Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter we--e ponsors. Daughter for Carl Plersons— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Piereon are he parents of an 8-lb. girl, born tfonday. There i s one other child Iso a girl. Other Wesley News. Mrs. R. K. Richardson spent rom Friday till Sunday night with her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Villlam Carroll, Blooming Prairie, Minn. She aqcompanied Mrs. Juius Kunz and the latter's daugh- e r Mary Adine, who went on to it. Paul for the week-end with Tune Adel Kunz, who is a etudent t St. Catherine's academy there. Mildred Benton, Emmetsburg, .nd Audra Benton, Algona, spent he week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton. Er-< ma Ward visited her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Clarence Ward, over the week-end. She teaches at Uudd. 'hillip Walker, Schaller, spent everal days here recently look- g after landed interests. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Muehe and er daughter Ruth took Mrs. Alert Dirksen an4 the latter's three mldren to their home at Albert ea Saturday, returning Sunday, he Dirksens had visited three eek at the parental Kfoefce home. Mrs. JQB. Eisenbarth, Morgan, ton., vlfliteft relative* here from aturoay mornijqg till Moaday af- J —"0** ", 11VC11 A'CIJIUJI. Mrs. Henry Schroeder had a birthday party a week ago Tuesday evening honoring their son Dale's seventh birthday. Sister Killed in Accident- Mr, and Mrs. Roy Zuukle drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday visiting Mrs. Will Johnson and also to meet Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Zunkel, who attended the funeral of Mrs. Zunkel's sister, Mrs. Charles V. Johnson at Pilot Mound, the previous Friday. Mrs. Johnson died of injuries received in an auto accident at Webster City. Attends Shower nt Fenton— Mrs. Emil Kraft attended r shower in honor of Mrs. Wendel McFarland at Fenton .Saturday ternoon. She was formerly Clara Hildman. She came with Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Eisenbarth, who visited relatives at St. Benedict. Johanna Hansen and Hannah Nelson spent several days last week at Des Moines with Laura Nelson. The Samuel Alnes returned Sunday from three days at Alne's rela- AW ;, Joseph and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Haupt« PrW , ith> spent Sunday at West Bend. The Edw. Hauptmans went to Charles City SundS to visit relatives till Monday Ml ' s< Albert and «, H u. < eno and the daughter Helen went to Maeon City Monday afternoon on He- mlssion - > The Leo wt\ rd ', Spent Sundav with the local Renos Evelyn Ingalls left Saturday for her home at Maquoketa, after a week with Dorothy Kraus. She \vlU begin eral of Mr. O'Donnell's uncle, E< ward Johnson. Returning ham they were to attend the Chevrole show at Des Moines Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Ring sted, visited the P. M. and Wi Chrlstensons . Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Ryan, of Eagl Grovei and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Roy nolds, Algona, spent Sunday after noon at Will Christenson's. The Mite society met with Mrs Charles Morris, Mrs. Jay -Godde assisting. Mrs. Frank Flaig wa appointed secretary. The nex meeting will be with Mrs. J. H Blanchard, Mrs. Chester Alme as sisting. Glen Householder drove t Backus, Minn., Sunday, returnin with a load of lumber. John, so of 'Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Marlow who lives there, returned her with Glen, visiting at Hugh Mai low's. Lucille and Lois Marlow, wh stay with their sister, Mrs. Pau Olson, and attend school, spent t.h week-end at the parental Edw Marlow's, east of Burt. Palma Jo Olson accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson Lake Park, spent Sunday at An drew Thomson's. Mrs. F. A. Par sons, Storm Lake, spent a few days last week there, Mrs. Parson driving here for her. Helen Lewis and Doris Batt, Al gona, spent Sunday with the form er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Lewis. Robert Lewis, COG cami Bancroft, also spent the week-en with his Parents. The Leo Hantlemans and Mr and Mrs. Paul Voigt, Fenton, wer Sunday dinner gueste of Mrs.; Dor Laabs. The William Fuersteuau? Lotts Creek, were afternoon eall ers. The Carl Feyes, of Whlttemore visited the Fred Haacks famil Sunday. The Rudolph Ti3:z fami'. and the Earl Lauritzens, of Bui- were afternoon callers. Mr, and Mre. E. M. Jensen an daughter Helen drove to Eldor Sunday, getting Mr. Jensen's fath er, Carl Jensen, who will make week's visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helgens am daughter, Dexter, Minn., spent Sat urday here visiting the Jame. Wadsworths, the C. E. Household ers, and friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott anc Mrs. Harris Wadsworth am daughter returned Thursday afte Mrs - hospital dip - Studer, St. Benedict, and George Ludwig called at Irene Studer'., Friday. - gM ~ Lud- Supt and Mrs. Howard Louthan s Supt. Ravlln's The Brace's. Burt. visited at . i . G °etz family were Sunday d toner guests at John Arndorfer's . The.J. T. Meurers were dt N, J. Meurer's, Plover. Sparks spent ..". uci uuugmer, Mrs. Jos Goetz an * helped cook for corn sheUers.' Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hildman re- urned Saturday from a six day our in northern Minnesota Ida Young got home Saturday rom two months at Chicago and points in Indiana. Rosalie Dorr, St. Benedict, .spent he week-end with her aunt, Mrs rene Studer. *» The Olaf and Henry Furnne- marks visited friends at Rake Sunday. The Harlan Emrys, Algona, vis- ted the Theron Hansone Sunday. ,., - at Lynd „„, . Minn. Vera Morris, Cowrie, spent Sat urday night and Sunday at the par ental Charles Morris home. Beulah Mr. and Mrs. A.-H. • Hanna an Mr - a » d Mrs. Walter Krause at w«i - uono of William Jentz at Fenton Thurs day evening. Elma Krueger spent last Thurs day at A. H. Hanna's, Mrs. Hanna and Elma attending guest day a the Burt Lutheran church in thi afternoon. The ~ Legion Au xHiary met with '\ S? 8 } Nelson ' HtaBBWd, ; as week Wednesday. The next meet ng will be with Mrs. W. G Flaiir The Harvey Raths, Lu Verne were Sunday dinner guests a William Rath*. All spent the af ternoon with Mrs. Martha Rath The Alton Hurl-burls, Whitte more, spent Sunday at Ora Hurl hurt s. Mrs. Dora Laabs spent tin Safety First We are equipped to replace npn shatter glass on any vehicle, car or truck. (Ko Aifamce in Window Glass complete stock of window glass, We can take care of any requirement you feave. Qinint * (9fiXt US CREENBERC Auto Supply ' evening there. Mr, and Mrfl. R. F. Hswcott and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jeneen, Algona, spent Sunday at Joe Madden's, Haifa, * ' The Walter Thompson* and Bon- nte McOilligan, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests at Fred Wegener'g. The Mel vin Hawks family and William Marlow epent Sunday with the Charles Hawks family, Spirit Lake. The Harry Hobeons and the Wendell Roberts family spent, Sunday at R. E. Hetler'B, Granada, Minn. Mrs. Hugh Walsh, Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell, and Mrs. Delmar Fischer spent Thursday at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Donald Blanchard, who hna been teaching at Bancroft, return* ed here a, week ago Monday. Mrs. Mayn'ard Kueck and son, Whlttemore, " are spending' this week at William Nelson's, Mr. and MM. E, L. Whalen, Dolliver, spent Saturdar night and Sunday at: Roy Jensen's. Mrs. Charity Johnston, Prlm- ghar, came Sunday for a few days visit at Chris Shaser'e. Roy Hlnes te farming the W. J. Cotton land and the farm now occupied by Carl Wiener. Mrs. Calvin Householder returned Thursday after a business trip with Mr. Householder. The Merwin Marlows spent Saturday night ftiid Sunday at Frank Collins's, Llvermore. Mrs. Hattie Sprank and shildren and Anna Flaig spent Sunday with friends'at Oelwein. William Murphy went to Rochester lost week to receive treatments at a hospital there. Roger, small son of Mr. and Mre. Jam'es Long, is suffering from a throat Infection. Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin Howe, of Rockwell City, spent the week-end at George Pettit'e. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig were Sunday supper guests at Herman Willrett's, Britt. Mre. Freda Steussy, of Algona, spent the week-end at V. J. Gross's. The JVf. 0. Richards family spent Sunday with Mrs. JSliza Richards, Algona. VOTE FOR McDoi for SUPERVISOR, 2ND Delbert Geitzenauer is ill pleurisy. with' IS YOUR TOP CQATREADy 5-5 Time npw to clean and repair last season's coats. We will do "an expert job", and you will find it looking smprh- ingly new again. Attend to it now—be ready for the change in weather. Q-o through closets now and get ymn in order. We can shorten and repair in our alteration department. f*\ U eaners NORMAN & PERRY < Phone 330 You Too ;•; Can Have Side Wall « BE AUTY J That Never . Grows Old' Johns-Manville Asbestos Siding Shingles can be applied right over the Present Walls of your home! '' '•.''• ••These shingles have the soft texture of finest wood—yet they are fireproof and will not wear out They are moderate in cost and require little if any maintenance as time goes op. Safeguard the life dj family and at the suuj enhance the beaut; ol|| home with asbestos shingles. For beauty, ii| Ility and economy they* themselves to you. ij COMPLETE LINES ROLL ROOFING, ROOFSHlNGLffil ROOF i FIRE PROOF INS MILLER LUMBER Cl E. State St. at E. R Tracks Phone 198 Avoid T HI S COLD DRAFTS Around the windows, doors and roof. FUEL LOSS Because all the ieat is leaking out. ICY FLOORS Because the doors do not fit snug. REPAIR BILLS Due to the fact that the roof leaks DAMP BOOMS Because the house is not insulated. NEEDLESS BEPAIRS Because of no St. 0 " 0 *' WIU » WINTER Give Your Family WHEN IT is COLD BE SURE your FAMILY WILL BE WARM INSIDE There's no place like home when,it's cojd and stormy outside. That I*—if In the coldest weather. y^'H spend a podly portion of your time j£ bomfe this winter an4 ypu wouldn't to happy or comfortable if a cW«y dr»ft i,' Playing up a«4 down ypmr back. So lor uti ^wt... L r iur home ^ ' nd you'll be protection. DOOES Double pri against cold al!i| WEA1 STEIPPI Retains the 11 , keeps out cold; t STOEMi SASH For every i in th ROOf Avoid the i caused by W roofs. vtftil ?ro tectott«j from the i For BOTSFORD LUMBER

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