Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1938
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pAPE FRIED M SUPP ICKEN ER ATP BAPTIST CHtrMCH Tmesday, October 25 MENU Fried Chicken Mashed Potatoes, Gravy Scalloped Corn Cranberry Relish Cabbage Salad Rolls Jelly Pickles Pumpkin Pie with Whipped Cream Coffee Start serving at 5 P. M. Edwin C. Hovey ^Republican Candidate for County Auditor RINGSTEDERS PREPARE FOR THEHUSKERS Radio Stations Will Broadcasts News of State Meet. Big Reception for Corwith't Teachcri Evening of Oct. 11 Cor with, Oct. 18 — The annual teachers' reception was given laat week Tuesday evening at the Legion Hall, some 200 persons attend- ng. Henry Weber was toaatmaa- ter for the following program: .x^ Ic « me> s> L> Thompson, one of the first teachers here and for some years Hancock county superintendent of 'schools; welcome song, Joyce Dunlap; song, The Woman in the Shoe, trio, Maxine Perkins Gayle Thompeon, Jeanette Woods; instrumental number, Mrs. Wilbur, Jean; Neopplltan by a woman's quar By H. W. Anderson. Ringsted, Oct. 19—Four bands— Ringsted H. S., Esthervllle H. S., Thompson H. S., and Earl Hunt's Orchestra, Mason City—also the'woman; Arlene and" Adele Fort Dodge Boy Scout Drum and' D a»Rhnn, song with guitar accom- Bugle Corps., the Rusty ' Hinge P 8 "' 115611 'quartet, Mason City, a Hillbilly I higwas^'vo featUr ,f fo the even ' troupe from Laurens, Marvis Mein-|Don Rol^and'reiTy Lon^wlth^he ers, Ringsted, the Farm'Bureau teachers participating. The idea Women's Chorus, and Sunny Ham- waa t° .Prove the superior intelli uond and Charley Frink, Des Kmce of either men or women and Moines, will be headlines furnish- the women in the test proved to be ng entertainment at the state, 2 I' 01 ' C "U .more Intelligent Lunch orn huskine contest nn tho -Rv-ntr was servfid. • ' """*•" LUTHERANS AT FAIRVILLE IN REDEDICATION Remodeling Building Opening Observed Sunday. ejuon. OctT^t. Luke's Bv- eiicai Lutheran church, Fatr-^t B teer.'...::::::::::oo Vile, he.ld rededicatton Sunday iniv at , co ^ s -——.$4.00-4.60 free services. A morning service ( Calves — » MARKETS HOGS Best light butch. 180-200 $6.66 Med. hvy., 200-270 i....$7.00 Med. hvy., 270-290 $6.90 Med. hvy., 290-325 $6.80 Butchers, 325-360 ..$6.60 Butchers, 350-400 _'.. _$6.60 Packing sows, 275-350 $6.40 Packing sows, 350-400 ... $6.20 Packing sows, 400-500 __ $6.00 Packing sows, 500-550 ... $5,90 CATTLE Cannere and cutters $2.75-£60 af ock steers — . $5.00-7.00 Local Boy Pledges Dad's Old Chapter . , nrsr * cently pledged to Sigma Chi ernity at Beloit college. r>m father is ail alumnus ot the same chapter. Bob Dowel has pledged the sfline fraternity's Iowa City chapter. A morning service bulls Max! „, Atrl ujoi Uftfl-I in both C0rn " corn —— -32c Kossuth County, Iowa I am a brother of the former sheriff, L. E. Hovey. I --C, u ..hw. miniuem, Ht me state orn husking contest on the Frank Fewell farm, one mile southwest of Ringsted, next week Thursday. Arthur Brayton, convention secretary of the Des Moines Chamber of Commerce, will serve as master of ceremonies. Kndio Broadcasts. The Iowa radio stations, WOI. nt,,, u of Ames, and KGLO, of Mason City w p?,?'' ° will broacast the corn-husking deiit^ G •» Gladiolus Society Renames Gillespie ,M'± e ™° r ]S58ona Gladiolus the "^ ^ WlllLLg ill thO of Commerce offices. W "'" 0W n? reelet >ted presi- otillman, .vice; F. A. have lived in Kossuth over 30 years. I have a business college education, four years banking experience, township assessor four years, township clerk 5 years, treasurer Swea City school for eight years. "'viuutusi, me corn-nusklng ^ i n— iceiemea presi derby. KGLO will carry the broad- R?"Vi Stillman, .vice; F. A cast from 10:45 a. m. till 12-30 7. " o S ,' eecr etary-treasurer; Maj- P. m and will probably announce Mr k ^, '''Corresponding secretary. the fmal tabulations sometime in P-,™™ man resl &ned, and D. D. the afternoon. ? ^'l,^ ? lected in hi * P^ce. was held before entry into the re M 2 yellow corn I""32c "^ .'u d builld lng. was made. Bibles M I yel ,', ow corn < new > 2Bc and the sacred vessels were car I w 0> ! yellow corn '»'- 28c aifrSHB&sX - •'- ^l:::::::::::S City and County llert Itnndall, butcher at the Sorensen grocery, spent the week- , end at Mason City. Mrs. Joseph Partello, Bsther- bers of the churchVoardThirt 1 ?; coagreg^atlon. sang a procSoS hymn. o a f terno °n service at now Rev ' H - D ' ser now of Hinton, who till recenflv was pastor at Falrvillen change An evening service .began at 8 EGGS Henrys ....._.___......... ??c No. 2 '_"_"_ Cash cream- No, l __ No. 2 -16c -25c . WOI will be n the air, Vlth Andy" at the mike, from 10:45 . , "° lety Pla " S f ° hold next summer, and tent- i Sw!fe • • •*«** 4.T.11O, Stftll- an electric cross, which ... in the chancel. The ™*r-, p , res . ent Pastor and 10 A & P. Week End VALUES 0. & H. CANE SUGAR Cloth Bag announce the results. sent the furnishings Esther Prlebe, ot , tuon " - We « k 'ater, on August nfLnunnch wa , s serv ed by the women •n u grouns and will broadcast by short wave to a Pick-up station at Ringsted, where the broadcast will be put on tele- '' WOI at Ames. Mason to Algona Boy Picked Choir Coe College Cedar Rapids, Oct. ' ~ 18 (dent 50 C Mild AMEBICAN CHEESE Lb.l5c JKLL-0, ALL FLAVORS 9 3M-oz. 1 O _ *•* 1'kijs. J. O C SCOT TISSUE "Soft as Old Linen" 4 Rolls 29c WALDORF "Soft-were" TISSUE 6 Rolls 25c .... crowds through the ield during the contest and give clole- up stones about the buskers".' in action. --••<--,,.?-. Lanes for the Huskejrii ?.;2 Lanes for the 16 huskers'iiwere staked out last week, and the corn between the lanes will «-•>"'—-'"-" and the stalks cut somemn week. One extra is being * ed in case of an emergency During the afternoon, while re- Pastor for Cong'l Church is Chosen sults are being tabulated on a i x~- *"<=-«» "uur ouna entertainment Con Sregational church. huge Scoreboard,' ^ruunment }\H1 be presented on the platform in front of the board. a " olm C. L. Welebrod, field chairman, Has a committee of 256 men lined up,, and Sheriff Cliff Fredericksen, with a huge staff for di- ™5, Rev. David R. Martin, P -an Rapids, Minn., has accepted church h^ H^ Co »^egaUonal chuich here and will come Novem- hfil - 1. He Js married, but it is not here whether he has chil- --— bunday school 1 will bo at ^™5_ u . 1 ' l . r h ? ur Sunday at th In the morning service John i. eon of Mr. and Mrs H»l- Hantelman, was baptised, ond f. ' \T2!t Wer « M r. and Mrs. WH1- FOULTRY Springers, over 5 Ibs. Sprhigers, 4 to 5 Springers, 4 to 6 I Springers, under 4 Ibs »nrt " n<er 4 lba Leghorn -hens Cocks, under 4%'lbs?' Cocks, over 4% ibs. Geese, live Hens, 4 to 5 lbs~ Ducks, live, 4% Ibs""" Ducks, live, under 4% Three Teachers in a Week-End Cruise ' 0,i. wS Fmnc'« jiirs. joscpn rnrieuu* jusiner- vllle, waa a Sunday guest of her niece, Mrs, Wm. Shirley. Mrs. ,1. K. Moulds has moved from east North street to the Chris Godf redson house on north Hall. : Mrs. J. W. NcTllle and her son 13. J. were In Minneapolis Monday on a buying trip for the Neville shoe store. Thc Albert Olsons spent Sunday with the Charles Fosters, farmers nera Esthervjlle. Mrs. Foster Js a sister of Mr.,Olson,. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp spent Sunday at Humboldt with Mr. and Mrs. John Cran and.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleming. Dr. ami Mrs. R. K. Richardson, Wesley, were Sunday dinner gueat of Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews. Both men are osteopaths. Mrs. Chris Johnson entered the Kossuth hospital Sunday as a medical patient. She has for some years been in poor health. Ilurold Blinkman, who now inan- ..yc iges the A. & P. store at Chero- .13c|kee, is visiting his mother, Mrs. °- Minnie Blinkman, this week. Mrs. Ben Ingclirltson, with her Httle daughter, is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hclmke, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. George Krieps are to go to Remsen today for the winter with their daughter, Mrs. Peter Nilles, wife of a farmer. Mrs. George H. Free returned Monday from Garner, where she .snent a week at her son George's. She is now living in a Backus apartment. mathematics school, FOR week-end in northwest Iowa, visiting points of outstanding inter- 3St. TWictM 'AffnnMnu _ J> _. _ . . 11U Breed, „ traffic and parking cnrs, is prepared to handle a tremendous crowd. Thee large pastures are being prepared for .parking space, and several approaches have been built to each from the highway. Special Trains Planned. The Chicago & Northwostern railway plans to send two r.Dscial rains to Ringsted on .the ,day,,o£. the contest, one .froin.^eiintoi^llbe" other from Des Moines, iFbnmigh. S 1 !^ ^ !» a** 1 "*^ To StuAytm Missionary. Mrs Cora D. Miller, who h& sold her beauty shop here, St. ' - ~u..i*u* tj b* uuuuii>tll- er, .Mrs. J. E. Moulds. Mr. Greene Farm Loan! 4Vfe % No Commission Aetna Life Ins. Co. Loa ng from 5 Years Up Hutchison & Hough Security State Bank Bid*. PhoBe A&P Saner. KRAUT 4 »». 3 cans 25c Saladii lilack TEA %-lb. pkp. 35c P. L. Grapefruit JUICE 2 4(!-o% cans 35c tn then for a .. . will also . — a time. She plan, go to Chicago for a year o rn^ir v«:™~:_^ _ _ _. o or a year o preparatory missionary studies a an Assembles of God school Hart Couple Are Married. £'££*,&£ performing the ceremony Mrs. J. G. Sewick Salada Green TEA *2-lb. pkf,' 29c OTALTINE €•02. can 33c 14-«ie. can 59* A. & P. PUMPKIN Grade A 3 No. 2% cans 25c O'clock COFFEE 3-lk. Itag 45c Crystal White SOAP W tteg. 29c Bars Karo lilue Label SYRUP Xo. 10 can 49c P. & G. SOAP 10 Large Bars 36c . C'amay Toilet SOAP 4 Cakes 2Sc Suuuj field Paucako FLOUR 3^-lb. Pkg. 13c SFAKKLU DESSKHTS Oolatin or Many large companies' have ,arranged for space for tents -to^ die- Play merchandise on the•'•tsontest gronuds. With the two huge "Jat" tents, headquarters, the Red-Oross the press, the entertainment:- tal- ?" f' and the weighing .station tents, a canvas city will spring U p on the Fewell farm a day or .:two before the contest. • v Whittemore School Girl Struck by Car Whittemore, Oct. 18— Lucile small daughter of Mr. and • Mi-s Henry Lanck, was struck by . a car driven by Mrs. Charley Kol- I^ C l™ d *r mo ™^- 'The child G. 0. P. Meet for Women. 3l S ^u 0ct - * 8 - 4MescJ a m «* L L. - ' - er Kraus, and A, M. L°ase attended a Hancock republi'can mu :« dub meeting at the Meth- church, Woden, Friday aft"r- lutm T«T n " _""**'-* John MaVon . e chid had ^ st sot out of the Elmer Bell the public car at a point near schoolhouse and had started across the street towards the Lut'h- th'e" schoolhouse, where she is in car, which was not being driven fast, knocked her down. Mrs. Ko" is riot considered in fault. School Social Annonnced. A Halloween program will be given at No. 7 Plum Creek township school this week Friday ev- Pie and ice cream § are to be^soW,' and a blanket will be given away There are 23 pupils in the school Third Operation on Eye. Kathleen Evans, accompanied by her parents, Dr. and Mrs. R A Evans, went back to Iowa City ast week Thursday and had her bird eye operation Monday nom- ine. She was expected to remain 12 days after the operation. ng. &P FOOD STORES • OWNIO AND OPIHAUU BV I Hi tHIAl I A1LANIIC ANU fAUIIIC IIA CUMPANI I ~~ --->••« t»*i * suffered scratches and bruises on the legs, with possibly an abdominal injury. Lu Verne Oldtimer Dies. dard, 63 whose C criticaT J B^k e nef sO at Iowa City is reported in this week's Lu Verne column in the Advance, died Wednesday morning of heart dwease and complications, funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Lu Verne Methodist church. Car Sales Still Slow. Five new motor vehicles have been sold in Kossuth in the last -•— week, as follows: Alvis Wessel- with i, Bancroft, Plymouth; Boud-i" on I ll (\ I'a itrtnn *^., TT i •. — ) WjTlTi Shilts Home Remodeled. Mrs. Clarence Shilts recently re- mode ed her home at 200 south Worster. The work was done un- A new bathroom and " VUTO LOANS —IREFINANCING Ij "'"°" Payments. — Western 8u30tf Lower Credit Co. KEYS—GET THEM MADE AT Wellendorf Auto Repair, code or mltnnt*. • • _ . _ .. duplic llp2-5 FOR SALE — —*»•"" — -L>i-i/i.\^i\. r* 'bucks.—C. E. Detrick, 5F4 goua. 4, FACED Al- 9p5 FOR SALE—45 WHITE Leghorn non a T-^t.». i¥r_ n _ — ° FARM LOANS-4%%, NO COM-I- mission. Can close your loan promptly.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. llp50-8 FOR SALE—1935 CHEVROLET "door; $70 overhauling done this summer; two new front tires. Will sell .for $300 cash. — Inquire Advance. hens.— John Phone 357. Wallace, FOR, SALE—REGISTERED Hampshire boars. — Harold Fischer, Swea City. 9(2)5 . 6 ' Leghorn FOR SALE—_?URE-BRED MARE Fenton,! c ° min S three years old; also one _±^ s g o 0 n 0d AT g0 o r n k a mUle - Alfred . ^^ THE FIRST TRUST JOINT Stock Land Bank of Chicago owns and offers for sa le farms of all types In almost every county in Iowa at attractive prices and upon easy terms. Write W. F. Urenn, Field- MARF n^ Plym ° Uth ' lowa ' or Harold C*™ ° ldham ' IoWa Sa !« Supervteoi FOR SALE—SHEEP LINED leather coat,'size '6.—Mrs. Anton 'Didriksen, phone 745-J. 13g4-5 FOR SALE—60 SPOTTED PO- land China boars; also 8 white G ° od , onea -—Anton Vammen, Ringsted. 15p(eow)l-7 4229 Beaver Crest Drive,Moines. (5) -- -- - FOR SALE? Tell public about it in an Ad- FOR SALE— PUREBRED HAM»- -.•sara^«ssg,»vffi£« s LIGHT 1-TON TRUCK WANTED for early Sunday morning Sunday Register bundle haul — Address W. J. Payne, Algona, box 68. 18p5 FOR SALE — HUCKLEBERRIES, 10c per quart, stemmed. —- Mrs E. J. Palmer, phone 751-J. I2p5 POLAND CHINA BOARS FOR sale.—Jess Dugan, 1% mile west, mile south of Burt 15p4-5 - - — - — - -- — WANTED-COMPETENT WOMAN •of general housework.— Mrs L Dickinson, Algona, la. 12u5 FOR SALE -^ DUROC JERSEY boars.—Roy Ringsdorf, 4 miles ast, 3% miles south, Burt. 12p2tf UK SALE—PUREBRED SPOT- ted Poland China boars. — Mike Arend, half mile east, % north of Burt 16(2)5-7 "OR .SALE—POLAND CHINA boars, vaccinated.—Louis Grein- rt, one mile southwest of Whitte- more - 13p5-7 .GENTS brid Certified Vorthern F'LOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish A l"nT« H P f r ° Vte , d method g«arantee- ^Su 8 p a {i S y fa Co! 0n -~ COVan ™ 1 W- vance Want Ad. 38tf FOR SALE— CORN PICKER US- - 'JUUU «"-"»v«»t.»un, j\ If you want a single row come a n d it you ,, ge , f F Flaig,. Lone Rock. 25-U-4-5 FARROWING RATION — PEED Sargent Mlnral Meat Meal at farrowing time. Stronger, thrift- SI ^1. P °,?, CH ? LDR EN - POLL- all-leather shoes are moet , Seed __ - er soes are moet SBLL Hy- f. co nomic a i in the )ong run f or ac corn in tive b °y« and girls— Kresensky's ' corn in Sanders '! 12nd of Finger Crushed. irvmgton, Oct. 18—George Scuff- ham has been having medical attention for his left hand, which was caught in a feed grinder Saturday. Tie end of the third fln- ger was mangled. l«jimjiRE~ mann mann, Bancroft, Plymouth; Boud-i" on shl ^ rye and Carpenter, Ledyard, Inter- ' November national tr from 1 .„ _„_* !-^ MVW4 f j-rtruyo.ru, inter^:H 0nal J™?J 5 L-Platt, Algona. E. Godfrey, Algo- Ford: Bertha na, John Chevrolets. Society I J While they last! The October Day* magazine 2c copy WAKE UP BUSINESS / By Advertising In f / < / The Algona Woman's club will meet this week Friday at the pub' 1 will be. The Woman's Class of the Naz- his "Perfect Reten- in Algona Tuesday, ifrornTo'a/m^ ^S^PtoS come early. Evenings by an- pointment. Your physician will tell you a'bout this serious condition Any rupture allowed to protrude i s dan-. My "Retention Shields" will aold' your rupture under any condition or exercise and work. They are sanitary, waterproof and practically indestructible. Do not wear trusses that will enlarge the opening and don't neglect the children. Many satisfied />I1OT1 tn 4« _-l_ . _ — • . " FOR SALE — PUREBRED SPOT- ted boars. Vaccinated. Farm 3 miles southwest of Fenton.—C F Kern, Fenton.' 16p4 _7 (5) WASHER — NEW "™?° d T e i^.?. I : ov J dew «very con- wringer de-- -.__v.«u or 'gas Gnfiiiie power. Easy terms.—L. W. Swanson.- (6) nj ~,—^ * "v w^vr unu rams. Chester White boars, cholera Jm- mune.-S. A. Gardner, Algona. 13p4-5 WANTBD-^TO BUY, 100 OR MORE , rail pigs. A few good oualitv 700 to 800 Ib heifers and abouT 15 good quality Shorthorn steers 500 to 600 Ibs.-B. ,.L. Gilbert, phone 13F14 30p5 Food Shop is a Grocery and Meat Market where you can get things the other fellow does not keep in stock. And for every-day wants we sure ( Jiave plenty and prices are low. Have you fed your dog Friday Red Heart Dog Food 10c CAN, 8 cans 25c Cat S £ 01 V flleart —- ^ can i/at food, per can 5 e Wbby's and Gerber's ~ J~~ *ood, lOc can, 3 cans for Buy your beef f or n meat and get something ee and tender. spwng Lamb again Friday and Saturday You will enjoy BONG'S MEAT DEPARTMENT Phones 214 and 215 . QUICK DELIVERY WE BUY EGGS WINDOW GLASS AT PRICES very low. storm sashes fitted at reasonable cost.—Lusby's. .. ~_*. w * „ vjiaoo 01 tfle JVaz- afTel-nooT^Mf 1100 , 1 WU1 meet ^ «»«** tni^commuTuy. aiternoon at the home of Mrs "•"''"• Mrt»™ ^»^,.,„,;;<.•_ Keepher at 2:30. There are eight members. • The September Circle of the Congregational church meets this afternoon (Thursday) at 2:30 A od program Is promised • The faculty .of the Ipcal pubUc choolg had a monthly party »t the Bryant schopl buUdin,: } M t ev- mail BUYER MEETS IN OUR AD COLUMNS NOV. 2,3,4 AND 5 K. 0. JAMES "SAVE w,ihSAF£T\ •" >ou, jf^J>£ DRUG STOHL \ Notice Mayor's Warning To the Citizens of Algona: Burning leaves or rubbish on the pavement is strictly prohibited Do not leave any bonfire unattended A &wrn fire; m^y be caused by y our neglect <-** ls * tK *^>'S'*si^^ „. ave It's True We are and have been giving Ivmin|| Koolerwave method of permanent. J are really pleased with our results. Self us before you get your next permai MARIGOLD SHOPPES Phone 803 May & Saturday Specials Extra large Texas Grapefruit, dozen Jonathon Apples 5 Ibs. for 23c Tdkay Grapes 3 Ibs. for!7c golden Bautom Cream Style Corn- 4 IVo. 3 cms, «^| Plymouth Rock Tomatoes, No. 3 can ___,__3 Cut Beets __ No. 2 c«n, 3 for I Cocktail, 8 Boyal Gelatine „ 2«c * lb> box Sun »ay Graham Crackers «« Matehes, carton of six boxes Soap, large bar, limit 6 each _._. S M* 866 '' Blnso ' CW ^ « a «« -- Kremaid Salad Dressing, one pint ..... We will pay 26c dozen In trade for Jfo. 1 egp ana Saturday only. We welcome you. Come in aid see our mimy bargains. 1ENSING GROCERY PHONE 290.2m Foar BeUverle, SI FUR SALE & §wjft Fur mean the he«M pa quality at re prices, will be on an(J Tuesday, 5. Mr. Woo Will, .fee with us to assist » ' ' , yo» W a»t 8 real good I ' a fair price doa't display. »Qw.in storage -•".(** , -i**a, i^. ... _Zh^^«'M-.- i Vi« ^ .^ t v > * - — " ea

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