Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1938 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1938
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Ai4dKA f IOA TOtR FRIEND At MEAL TUfE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 AND IB And a Small Child Shops for the Family This Is nothing unusual at Council Oak Stores. Mothers know that youngsters get us much or more consideration than grownups at Council Oak. Children know that at Council Oak they pa? the game price as experienced shoppers. Mutton Sale Dietitians recognize Mutton as most wholesome, nourishing, anil 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 lleef Steak cut to any desired thickness at a popular price. Hound Steak at 19* per lb., and Sirloin, T-Kone and Short Cut Steaks at 18£ per pound. Fresh Side Pork So often It's the least expensive meats that afford the keenest uppetHc appeal. Crisp fried fresh side pork, boiled potatoes and cream grayy should make a decided hit for a change. Many will pickle some side 4>ork at our special price of 14* per Jb. Ring Liver Sausage Pound 12 Jc Fresh Beef to Boil Pound 12c Spanico Chili Pound 22c Beef Roasts Pound 18c and 15c Baked Hominy Combine the following and bake in a moderate oven for 45 minutes. S cups Superb Hominy, 2 cups Morning light Tomatoes, i tablespoon butter or shortening,'M cup grated cheese, salt and "pepper. The >'«. 2}<> win of Superb Hominy for 7£ Fig Bars A fresh shipment of these delicious cakes. .Use these wholesome cookies for added variety iu the school lunch. A wcek-en<l 1 price of 2 Ibs. for - ** J Macaroni Products For u change miike the main dish macaroni or spaghetti in casserole with tuna, mushrooms, Kraft cheese and tomatoes A special price of 15^ on the 2-lb. cellophane bag of macaroni or Mushrooms Tiny, unbleached, cultivated, sliced buttons. They add flavor to steaks, rousts, soup, stew, and gravies. The 2-oz. can at a suec- wl price of 8c- Extra Fancy Tuna There are several varieties of tuna. For an extra fancy, ln tbe No - ^ wln at a solid Canned Grapefruit Full ripe, broken segments of Florida, hand-peeled Grapefruit. hxcellent tor cocktail and salads The No. 300 cans at a sncc- lal price ol 3 for Cracked Wheat Bread The Council Oak Bakery submits a new loaf for your approval. fry a fresh baked loaf of our new Cracked Wheat Bread and enjoy jts rich, nutty flavor. CAMPBELL'S as? 1 Tomato Juice cans for 6<t and the Council Oak Coffee This high quality -blend" is the pride of Council Oak and the popular cottee with many thousands of Council Oak Customers. The empty bags can be exchanged for useful premiums. Our even-•lay low price is 25£ per pound; or 3 pounds for 73* Gedney Dills Pickles that are graded for sl/e. Gedney's special process us- »ures pickle.s that ure crisp and brittle with that real dill flavor, fry a nuart jur at our special price of 14 C American Lye lmv d n'T, d ,,y t "J'V" 11 " of J' wlr f «r waking soap. Farmers should Sos houses. Y Aluem ' U11 Ljt ' !lt 6« Per can for disinfecting P & G Soap Products AY K K K. KNI) SPECIALS Ivory Soap, big 10-oz. bar 9 C P & G Laundry Soap, 5 giant bars _ _ 19c WIN HIGH MARKS I. 6. DEWEL AT THE ABVAKCE OFFICE See O.r Window Dl»i,l,j IT'S YOUR MOVE- Here Are Money Savers Wesley P.T. A. to Discuss SPONSORSHIP OF CAMPAIGN IN QUESTION Wesley, Oct. 11—The Wesle Parent-Teacher association wl meet at the Klelnpeter hall ne\ 'Monday evening to give a recep tlon to the teachers in the publi schools. A discussion on whethe to organize for small pox and diphtheria . vaccination of th school children will be held, and musical program will be given. O the serving committee are Mes dames L. L. Pfeiffer,, Vlncen Doughan, .Vee Mullin, J. L. Hav crly, Alfred' Erdtnan, Julius Run? Frank Kouba, and Ammon Lease Woman's Birthday Celebrated- Forty relatives and friend gathered at Guy Dimond's Sunda for a picnic dinner to help Mrs Dimond celebrate a birthday. At tending: Mr. and Mrs. -Bandea and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swan son, St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Orri Friedow, who had a wedding an niversary Sunday, daughter Caro Lee, Mr. and Mrs. William Friedow, the Larsons, the Leon Gif fords, the Leighton Anderson Jacob Swaneon, and son Sonnie all of Britt; the Henry Swanson and the Howard Sparks family Wesley.'Mr. and Mrs. George Sea oerg, Peter Seaberg, and Mari and Carl Starquist drove to Inde pendence Saturday to visit Elle Seaberg, who teaches there. M and Mrs. Fred Shroder, Walnn 111., spent last, week with the la: ter's mother, Mrs. Lizzie Fox. Illinoisans Are Guests Here- Mr, and Mrs. George Goetz ei tertained as dinner guests the Wir Lanes, of Princeton, 111., Aim Stehl, Peru, 111., Mrs. Mary Go°t daughter Dorothy, and the An thony Johnsons. The Lanes, A ma- Stehl, Mrs. Mary Goetz, an Dorothy were supper guests at th Jos. Goetz home. The visitors Mrs. Mary Goetz, Bernadine, an Lillian visited the West Bend gro to in the afternoon. Lone Rock Girt Becomes Bride of Fairmont Youth I Youth in Savy is Married— Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburge went to Humboldt to attend a re ception for Vincent, son of Mr. an Mrs. Stephen Dwyer. and his bride 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. Const Visitors Are Here- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ainan M Angel, Ore., arrived Saturday t visit relatives and old friends Frank i s a brother of Mrs. Kat Kennedy, and Mrs. Aman, formei ly Caroline Hoffer, was a daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Hof fer, former Wesleyans. The 4.m ans and Mrs. Kennedy were Sun day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Alfred Erdman. Boy for Koman Eisenbachcrs— A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs Roman Bisenbacher, Whittemore last week. Thursday. There are now four boys and a girl in the family. The I. A. Eisenbacher spent Saturday at Fort Dodge with the son Father Linus Eisenbacher Cecelia Eisenbacher and Clarence Nelson attended a bazaar and chicken dinner at Lu Verne S day. Corn-Crib for Richter Farm— A corn crib, 16.x 28-12, -is being built at John Richter's by. Nick Uaskoph and Clayton Dennis. The Edw. Dusolds, Mason City, were Sunday gueste at Richter's. Mrs * y is Gelner . Forest City, visited there last week. Monsons Entertain Relatives— Guests at Albert Monson's from last week Thursday till Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stott Mrs. Harry Allen, Elton and William Nichols, all of Morning Sun all relatives of Mrs. Monson. . Missionary ntTcong'l Church- Missionary Oscar Beckon, son of the Rev. Mr. Nelson, Boone, spoke at the Congregational church here Sunday morning. The Revs, John son and Beckon were Sunday din ler gussts of Grandma Skow. Consult About New~Cym— L. L. Lease and Fred Diekmann were at De s Moines Saturday on business mission concerning lew school gymnasium, work which was -tsarted Tuesday. Olson JJabe is Christened— The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs E. M. Olson was baptised bunday and named Mary Joyce the on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter =ponsors. we-e are Daughter for Carl Plersons— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Piereon he parents of an 8-lb. girl, born Monday. There is one other child also a girl. Other Wesley News. Mrs. R. K. Richardson spent rom Friday till Sunday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Carroll, Blooming Prairie, Minn. She accompanied Mrs. Juius Kunz and the latter'e daugh- e r Mary Adiue, who went on to >t. Paul for the week-end with f une Adel Kunz, who is a etudent t St. Catherine's academy there. Mildred Benton, Emmetsburg, and 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 Rudd. 'mllip Walker, Schaller, spent everal days here recently looking after landed interests. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Muehe and r * ^i u f hter »»th topic Mrs. Alert Dirksen and the latter'* three bildren to their ooipae at Albert ea Saturday, returning Sunday. he Dirksens had visited three eek at the parental l|u«liie home. Mrs. Jos. Eisenbartb, Morgaa, [inn., visited relatives h*r» from aturday moraing till SJoaday ^ Lone Rock, Oct. 12—Mary Ellen Elma Krueger accompanied her Culbertsoh, daughter of Mr. and and visited Hertha Ruhnke. Hertha Mrs. Lemuel Marlow, and Fred, accompanied them- here, returning son of Mr. and Mre. Robart Sunday, Elma spending the day at Schmidt, Fairmont, were married Fenton with her. at 10 oclock a week ago Monday at • the Lutheran parsonage, Burt, the Missionary Society Meets—- «ev. Mr. Richmann officiating. A Mrs. Thoburn Spelcher, of Burt, double-ring ceremony was used, and Mrs. William Nelson Were hostesses to the Burt Methodist Woman's Missionary society at - , „.-.. uv^-v. Mrs. Nelson's Th ants. After a short wedding trip and 14 attended. to Sioux City they will farm the • Schmidt place south of Lone Rock. Fenton is Game Winner— rm " T "- "--'- baseball Luella Schmidt, sister of the bride groom, and Harold Marlow, broth- noiiuuie missionary society a er of the bride, were their attend- Mrs. Nelson's Thursday afternoon Aflrtt. AffA*I M «l«*..ti. «...*j.ai .!„*„ _»j •* J _»i «.. j Retnrns to Louisiana — .The Clarence Macumbers, Algona, -spent . Sunday with Mrs. Jrank Macumber and daughter, Mrs. L. T. Jackson. Mrs. Jackson left Tuesday for Des Moinss, spending Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Gale Harisen, formerly Oorothy 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 £-ove, a 3-act comedy-drama, has oeen 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 first part 'of November. Girls Glee Club Organi/eA— 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 Genrich, Pauline .Browning, Betty and Wilma Marlow, Helen Hanna, Ueorgetta Bannick; altos — Doris Blancftard, Maxine Flaig, Dorothy Jensen, Vuanita Wegener, Berniece Pompe, Viola Sprank. Birthday Party is GiTen— The Henry Schroeders, the r a rl Mrs. H. A Gelhar, were Wieners, Mr. and Wiener- and Doris Rufus Marlow returned hei „. M.m i-i\ji is* vieiimr, were Sunday guests at F. F. Schroeder's, Fenton. Doris is now working at Peter Hayenga's, near Fenton Mrs. Henry Schroeder had a birthday party a week ago Tuesday evening honoring their son Dale's seventh birthday. T . , . Lucille and Lois Marlow, wh Sister Killed in Accldentr- stay with their sister - Mrs - Pau Mr. and Mrs. Roy Zunkle drove ' and attend school, spent th to Fort Dodge Wednesday visitin- w . e< *- end at the Parental Edw Mrs. Will Johnson and also to meet 'nf S ' 6ast °^ Burt " Palma Jo Mr and Mi.o TT>,*... rr.._!.., , Olson accomnanied them hnmo The Lone Rock ___ lost -to Fenton on the team local dla- mond Friday afternoon 4-2. Other Lone Bock. Mrs. Harold .Cardel, 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 Kanawha; Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, Fairmont; and the P. L. Pm sons. Mrs. Delmar Angus and chil dren, Burt, spent last wee Wednesday night and Thursday a M. E. Blanchard's. The Edw Blanchards, Irvlngton, spent Sun day there. Afternoon visitors'thev were Mattie Warner and Eva Whil new, Burt. Fred Flaig, Thomas O'Donuel and Bernard Long, drove to Cam pus, III, Friday, attending the fun eral of Mr. O'Donnell's uncle, Eo ward Johnson. Returning horn they were to attend the Chavrole show at Des Moines .Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Ring sted, visited .the P. M. and Wi Christensons Sunday afternoor Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Ryan, of Eagl Grovei and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hey nolds, Algona, spent Sunday after noon at Will Christenson's. The Mite society met with Mr Charles Morris, Mrs. Jay -Godde assisting. Mrs. Frank Flaig wa appointed secretary. The no* meeting will be with Mrs. J. A Blanchard, Mrs. Chester Alme as sisting. Glen Householder drove t Backus, Minn., Sunday, retumin with a load of lumber. John, so of 'Mr. and Mrs. who lives there, .„. with Glen, visiting at Hugh Mai low's. ee 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 at Fenton— Mrs. Emil Kraft attended a shower in honor of Mrs. Wendei: 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 A a 0 "', The Samuel Alne s returned Sunday from three days at Story City with, Mrs. Alne's rela- •IVGd ™ ;, aupman Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hannt- rwith, spent Sunday at , The Edw - Hauptmane t , ? 1harles City Sunday to visit relatives till Monday. Mr and Mrs. Albert Reno and son C^v g M er H Helen went to Mason City Monday afternoon on a business mission. The week with Dorothy Kraus. She* :«*iii • wee "- to begin duties as letitiaii m a New York hospital. Mrs. Gregory Studer St Bern, ct. and George Ludwig called at rene Studer' Si Friday. - Mr Lud vig has a sore hand and he camp or medical attention e Supt and Mrs. Howard Louthan Renwiok, visited Sunday afterS MiHoTGidi? 0 ' 1 RaVlin ' S The wuton Giddings family visited at rerald Brace's. Burt. ie Lee Goetz family were Sun- ,r ? ue i; i , gueTsts a* John Arn- ars. The-J. T. Meu N. J. Meurer's, Plover Mrs. Ruth Sparks — daughter, Mrs. Jos nd helped cook for corn aheuPj-s 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 oints 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 unday. The Harlan Emrya, Algona, vis- ted the Theron Hansons Sunday. Olson accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Andersor Lake Park, spent Sunday at An drew Thomson's. Mrs. P. A. Par sons, Storm Lake, spent a fe^ days last week there, Mrs. Parson driving here for her. Helen Lewis and Doris Batt, A. gona, spent Sunday with the form er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Lewis. Robert Lewis, COC cami Bancroft, also spent the week-en with his parents. The Leo Hantlemans and M and Mrs. Paul Voigt, Fenton, wer Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.;Dor 'Laabs. The William Fuerstenaus Lotts Creek, were afternoon call ers. The Carl Feyes, of Whittemon visited the Fred Haacks famil Sunday. The Rudolph Ti3;z fami 1 . and the Earl Lauritzens, of Bun were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen ftn 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 an daughter, Dexter, Minn., spent Sat urday here visiting the Jame. Wadsworths, the C. E. Household ers, and friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott one Mrs. Harris Wadsworth an< daughter returned Thursday afte visiting relatives at Lynd am Marshall, Minn. Vera Morris, Gowrie, spent Sat urday night and Sunday at the par ental Charles Morris home. Beulah Gladstone was a Sunday -dlnne guest of Vera s. r rf n ™ MrS ' A -' H - Hanna' am and Mrs. Walter Krause at „ _.. ..jday party in hono of William Jentz at Fenton Thurs day evening, Elma Krueger spent last Thurs day at A. H. Banna's, Mrs. Hann, and Elma attending guest day a the Burt Lutheran church in thi afternoon. The Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. Gust Nelson, Rlngsted '.as week Wednesday. The next'meet ing will be with Mrs. W. G Flak- The Harvey Raths, Lu Verne were Sunday dinner guests a William Rath's. All spent the af :ernoon with Mrs. Martha Rath The Alton Hurlburts, Whitte more, spent Sunday at Or a Hurl hurt's. Mrs. Dora Laabs spent thi A complete stock of window glass. We can take care of any re* qijireinent you have. Safety First We are equipped to replace npn shatter glass on any vehicle, car OJP truck. (Ho -Mojito «ffi!«*MAw^.«MWly l »» r AlM> Sipplr stow Window Glass evening there. "* ' Mr. and Mr*. R, F. flawcott and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jetieen, Algona, spent Sunday at Joe Madden's, Haifa. * The Walter Thompson*! and Bon* nle McGilllgari, Bancroft, were Sunday dihnfir guests at Fred Wegener's. The Melvln Hawks family and William Marlow epent Sunday with the Charles Hawka family, Spirit Lake. > The Harry Hobeons and the Wendell Roberts family spent Sun- 1 day at R. E. Hefler's, Granada, Mliln. Mrs. Hugh Walsh, Mre. Bernard O'Donnell, and Mrs. Delmar Fischer spent Thursday at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Donald Blanchard, who hflJJ been teaching at Bancroft, return* ed here a, week ago Monday. Mre. Maynard Kueck and son, Whittemore, are spending' this week at William Nelson's. Mr. and Mre. E, L. Wlialen, Dol- llver, spent Saturday' 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 and Sunday at Frank Collins's, Livermore. Mrs. Hattie Sprank and shildren and Anna Flaig spent Sunday with friends at Oelwein. William Murphy went to Rochester last week to receive treatments at a hospital there. Roger, small son of Mr. and Mrs. James Long, is suffering from a throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, of Rockwell City, spent the week-end at George Pettit'c. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig were Sunday supper guests at Herman Willrett's, Britt. Mrs. Freda Steussy, of Algona, spent the week-end at V. ' J. Gross's. The M. 0. Richards family spent Sunday with Mrs. .Eliza Richards, Algona. ~J VOTE FOR JE. McDoi for SUPERVISOR, 2ND Delbert Geitzenauer is ill pleurisy. with IS YOUR TOP COAT READY Time now to clean and repair last season's coats. We will do "an expert job", and you will find it looking surprisingly new again. Attend to it now— be ready for the change in weather. Go. through closets. now and get your in .order. We can shorten and repair in our alteration department. 'O eanen NOBMAN & PERRY Phone 330 You To i ' Can Have Side Wai BEAUTY That Nwr Grows W Johns-Man ville Asbestos Siding Shingles can be applied right over the Present Walls of your home! ••The.se 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 on. Safeguard the family and at th< enhance the beal home with asbeitw shingles. For be Ility and economy heyW themselves toyoi COMPLETE ROLL ROOFING ROOFSHU ROOF i FIRE PROOF t MILLER LUMBER € E. State St. at R. R Tracks Phone 198 Give Your Family Avoid T HI S COLD DRAFTS Around the windows, doors and roof. FUEL LOSS STEIFP Retains the «! keeps out c(tt Because all the aeat is leaking out. ICY FLOORS Because the doorg do not fit snug. REPAIR BILLS to the fact that the roof leaks DAMP ROOMS Because the house is not insulated. HEEDLESS REPAIRS Because of no protection' with WHITER COLDS Because of ft C ow, drafty home. WHEN IT is COLD BE SURE your FAMILY WILL BE WARM INSIDE There's no place like homo when,it's cold and stormy puUide. Tfcat Is—If your home is . W a rw and comfortably in the coldest weaker. y w 'll ipend * °°* r Wrtion of yqw time at bomfe winter and you, wpuldn'^ fe« hap- or wni fort«W* U a chilly draft h< to up and down youjr back. So «iy? your bow, » QQU fef IJJff Avoid caused roofs. Saves the fue OK noMy 1 costs. from 01 I .-^^..^v »* i ---. , S' »

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