Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1938 · Page 10
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PAOB TEN ' \ -\,. MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 180-200 —$7.00 Med. hvy., 200-290 ........ $7.15 Med. hvy., 290-325 ___________ $7.05 Butchers, 325-350 ......... ..$6.90 Butchers, 350-400 ___________ $6.75 Packing sows, 275-350 _______ $6.75 Packing POWS, 350-400 ______ $6.60 Packing eows, 400-600 _______ $6.40 Packing eows, 500-550 ______ $6.30 CATTLE Cannere and cutters ____ $2.75-3.50 COtiWY ADVAtfCfl, ALdOMA, IOWA Past Matrons Are Entertained— The Eastern Stars entertained 35 past matrons and past patrons Tuesday evening at the Masonic,, Temple. Before formal opening 1 —» UUU AK, »niu vuLtuio ea.iu-o.uu. ft ; - "« wi/^iiiiis, rnrmiria. wlfVi hi« f n *i,_ Stock steers $5.00-7.00 of the chapter, an "exchange j I,. Mr n ^rtiw, « 61 Fat yporlinirH *R sn.7 rn march" took place betwenn tL l'. Ml : an . d Mrs > H arg nurse, has been office nuree. for Doctor Cretzmyer a year, and be- that she was employed at the ••"- hospital. Her husband ia with his father. The eld- Fat yearlings $6.50-7.50 march " took place between the Fat steers $7.60-8.50 past Matrons and past patrons, Fat cows $3 75-4 50 i and the officers then took places Veal calves ijJ5.00-S.00 ! for Initiatory work. Bulls $4.00-5.25 | „ Iu tlie opening work, Mrs. A. OKAIN No. 2 yellow corn (old) Sic No. 2 yellow corn (new) 29%e No. 3 yellow corn (new) 27%c No. 2 white oats 17%c No. 3 white oats 16c 29c No. 2 rye EGGS Hennerya __________________ 28c No. 1 ------------------------ 23c No. 2 ------------------------- 16c Cash cream — No. 1 ----------------------- 25c No. 2 ----------------------- 23c Sweet ---------------------- 2Gc POULTRY Springers, over 5 Ibs. _________ 12c Springers, 4 to 5 Peterson was worthy matron, and A. w. Behrends was worthy patron. Mrs. Peterson was worthy matron here some 40 years ago Before Mrs. «,„. i "r,~ —""' "'"S'ou.veB will move to Algoua in the spring. Pool Children Give Parties— Barbara and "Dick" Pool entertained at a series of Halloween Parties last week. Last week Tuesday evening Barbara was hostess of fltead be served at Mr. and Mr». Austin Gardner's, because of illness In the Tjaden family. The « ev - franc!* p. Shaner, rector of St. Thomas church, 'Sioux City, will speak on the church's w6rkj m connection with an 13very- Member campaign. Breakfast for the Karly Risers- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Shllts were host and hostess to the Early Risers club Sunday morning at 8 o clock breakfast. In attendance were the 14. members and five guests: John Shilts, Mason City; Charles Shllts, son Bertrum, and Carl Bartlett, all ' of Tecumseh, Neb.; and Janice Gill, Algona. After breakfast the group attended services at the Presbyterian church. --..„ Fifty 1'cnrs Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Chris Riggert, of patron rose. was presented with panled at the piano by" Mrs.F^d l«h lfirtM.7 anniveZry S^tu? £&!• l^ ea ^.. past matr ° n . and ff evening^TbaTTnd ^ck a joined to entertain ten young cou- Pies at a darteing party In the recreation room of the Pool home. Barbara is a sophomore, Dick E Junior, in the local high schoo They are daughter and son of Mi and Mrs. M. J. Pool. Teacher Entert«in 9 ~Tcachcrs— Mrs. Casey Loss, present worthy matron, and George St. John, present worthy patron, presided at initiatory work. Arthur Look, Lu- Verne, was initiated as a new member, and Mrs. Frank Clark Titonka, was admitted by affil lation from Garner. Mrs. Loss al so gave a report on the grand Springers, 4 to 5 . lOc I , Bave a le P°™ on tne grant Springers, under 4 Ibs ~~~~ 8c! . Dter meeti "S held at Cedar Ra T i _ luna m«t -wpolr Leghorn springers 8c Hens over 5 Ibs. I2c Hens, under 4 Ibs. 8c Leghorn hens Sc Cocks, under 4% Ibs. 6c Cocks, over 4% Ibs. 70 Geese, live 6c Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. ~{Q C Ducks, live, 4% Ibs. ""_ Sc Ducks, live, under 4% Ibs. Ads pids last week. From the lodge room the guests went to the dining room, where a luncheon was served in charge o; Mrs. J. W. Little. Guests were seated at a "U"-shaped' table, with a center bouquet and long white tapers. The lodge 'colors, blue, red, green, yellow, and white, were used In the decorations and favors. The favors were miniature gavels, '39 calendars, and long stick candy. August Marriage Announced— Announcement is made of the marriage of Elnora Jacobsen and Elmei ~ Augst Rev. Mr. Ahlme tending were Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Rensink, Britt, the latter a sister of the bride. Mrs. Dobbins, who has been a •egistered nurse at the Koossuth lospital for some years, continues orjthe time being. Her home is Dobbins, which took place 16 at Brainerd, Minn., the officiating. At- entertained the local high school eight teachers Satur time day evening at her apartment a home on nortl wae spent Dorothy Reif am winning the prizes Club Entertains.— ItB -S.?!, 1 £ anto ™uslc club held ;he Motel Algona, with 60 -._ in attendance. A turkey dinner was served in the dining •oom, and Halloween decoration! vere used at tables. The group h V JP inform *l "sing", and rf^I-*?!"* F°Sram consist- >ry by the guest Mr. McDaniel, - - —a •«•-- v»* viiiiviji en n.tiu ifiiii"* illes during the day. Guests were H! e ?^f fflali ftteeerts, Lotto Creek, tne Mike Zlmmermans, Algona; and the Paul Kruegers, Titonka. A daughter, Dora, is at home. Mr. w. u MrS- Rig sert have lived at wnittemore many years. Party for S. S. Class— Verabel Ulfers entertained the members of her Methodist Sunday school class at a Halloween par-' ty Monday evening at her home. Ten little girls attended, and games were played. Mise Ulfers is office girl for Dr. 8. W. Meyer. No Wa-tan-ye Next Week— A 6:10 dinner was served in the Blue Room at the Hotel. Algona Tuesday evening to 12 members of •lie Wd" I ftll" jfc ClllD flflrf it TtrnA > ** _ , v»*ui^j UUU H |VU«J followed by a business meeting. It was decided not to have a meet- d artist, the Rev. •Qrvi,.u T i "•"• •Mc.uaniei, \ £ a £ e; a violin sol °- Mrs Agnes Vohs, West Bend; Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8u30tf MARRIED MAN work on farm. —Call 1F12. WANTED TO Separate house. Ilu7 FOR SALE—DUROC BOARS. — H B. Theesfield, 2 miles south of Fenton on 44. 14p7 FOR SALE — ALADDIN LAMP, good condition, $2.00. — AV H Basworth, Alg Oua . ' FOR SALE—FIVE BURNER eene range, A-l condition.—Mrs. at the Russell Cook oil station near the fairgrounds. His home is at Onset, Mass., and he has been in Iowa 2% years. The couple are at home at the vera apartments on east State street. A. J. Dittmer, Burt. 12p7 it— USED have one and wish to sell try an Advance Want Ad. FOR SALE — SEVENTY-FIVE Rhode Island pullets.—R. R phone FOR SALE — DUROC JERSEY" boars.—Roy Ringsdorf, 4 miles east, 3% miles south, Burt. 12p2tf FOR SAM!—PUREBRED tod Poland China boars. SPOT- Mike . — e Arena, half mile east, % north of Burt 16(2)5-7 FOR SALE—POLAND CHINA warg, vaccinated.—Louis Greinert, one mile southwest of Whitte- 13p5-7 more. FOR SALE - ted boars. PUREBRED SPOT- Vaccinated. Farm 3 miles southwest of Fenton.—C F Kern, Fenton. 16p4-7 CASH REWARD FOR THE BO or girl who will deliver kitte strayed Saturday or Sunday fron the W. C. Dewel home g Ghost Dance for S. S. Class— A "ghost" danca was the feature of the Congregational L. 0. A. Sunday school class party last week Thursday evening at Mrs. V. V. Naudain's. Assistant hostesses were the Mesdames Helen Dickinson, E. W. Lusby, and Sylvia Gunn. After the dance, which was accom- by Mrs. Oliver Moe on an on, Mrs. D. D. Paxson told a "ghost" story by candlelight, and Mrs. D, P. Smith conducted a guessing contest. Mrs. Moe then played other selections 011 her had not used one for 47 years, but when she bought one two years ago she found that she could play it without much practice. legion Auxiliary to Meet— The Legion Auxiliary will meet Monday evening at 7:45, instead of this week Friday evening. Mrs. the b oth the20 ot the Bel Canto chorus. Attend Esfterriile Conferencc- nrti r^° Ca membel> s of the Meth°, d , is t Foreign Missionary societv attended a meeting Tuesday at the, Esthervllle Methodist church They were Mesdames W G Mr Cullough, local president; E A Genrich Herschel Thompson, Roy Brownell, and A. A. Bishop Oth- WINDOW GLASS AT PRICE very low. Storm sashes fltte at reasonable cost.—Lusby's. 12(2)50f FARM LOANS—4% ?&, NO COM mission. Can close your loa promptly.—C. W. Nlcoulln, Al g° na - Ilp50 ROOMS — IF YOU WANT TO fin a suitable room in Algona, mak known your wanta In this section or the Advance. FOR SALE—2 BLACK FACE year ling rams, 2 Shropshire lam •ams.—Wm. Fritz, Wesley, phon 5-27 at Titonka. _lgp&-' iJSED MACHINERY — THERE It ready demand for used farm ma chinery. Tell Advance farm read ers what you have for sale 34tf Want-Ad. 34 t SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish. A new Improved method guarantee tog satisfaction.—Cowan Building & Supply Co. 38tf TWO-BURNER PERFECTION ker oeene cook stove for sale at hal Price. Used less than three months.—Ask Advance. gt FOR SALE—60 SPOTTED PO land China boars; also 8 white boars. Good ones.—Anton Vain men. Rlngsted. 15p(eow)l-7 FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMP shire fall and spring boars. A large group to choose from.—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 17(eow)3-l FOR SALE—JUST GOT IN fresh load of good springing Jersey and Guernsey cows.—Buy good milk cow now. — Stevenson Bros., in town, Britt, Iowa. 25p POLL-PARROT SHOES — THE solution to the children's shoe problem! They fit and they're all leather to wear and wear. Get full information.—Kresensky's. (7] THEY TOP THE MARKET! Hogs fed and finished on Sargeni Minral Meat Meal bring you the profits. Get full information.—Anderson Grain & Coal Co. (7) ONE MINUTE WASHER—YOU'LL marvel at its beauty, efficiency modern features; 15-year service bond with each washer purchased. Terms if desired.—L. w. Swauson. (7) Carl Walker is chairman of "eats" committee. Bridge will „„ Played, after a business meeting and program. Mrs. Fred Bartho lornew is chairman of the program committee. The program will con sist of talks by Hattie Wilson Jr H. S. principal, and Dorothy Reif home economics teacher. Botl talks will be in connection with observance of Education week Doris Jane Sorensen will play a piano solo, and patriotic songs wil 'be sung. A talk may be given on The Armistice of 20 years ago. Doctor's Office Girl Bride- Announcement is made of the marriage of Mabel Olson to Gilbert Hargreaves, which took place August 14 at Dubuque. They are now at home at the Vera Apart ments on east State Street, bu they will move to the' P. H. Har greaves farm two miles west of Al- Kona and next south of Hobarton in March. Mrs. Olson, who is a Small Loans Up to $300 OR ADTOMOBILE8 LITE STOCK HOnSKHOLD FUHKITUBE, ETC. Prompt, courteous, confidential service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO "<xt to Upper Des Moines otflc* "iwni. 1.86 Algona. low. SAFETY SAM SAYS Don't aim to etop before a chicken can cross the road if you're go- Ing 60 miles an hour. Most chickens aren't equipped with super- :hargers. When your car steers hard, ihimmies, weaves, drive ia lor axle and wheel check-up. It's danger- to neglect this. Money Saving Values! lona >Vl,i te or Golden Bantam \Cmn4 *& 25 c bag I'alinolivo Toilet SOAP 4 cakes ______ Chocolate Covered COOKIES 2 u , .25c Red Circle COFFBE, „ 0 2 1-Ib. bags __________ 33 C Upton's TEA— ing next week, due to election day, and to the fact that Bertha Johnson, one. of the scheduled hostesses, is on an election board, Gathering Honors Ohio Guest— Mr. and Mrs. W. W. CHllesple entertained last Thursday evening In honor of Mrs. William JPresnell, Flndlay, Ohio, who haa been here a couple of weeks, visiting her i father, Fred Anderson. Guests be- 1 sides'the. honorees were Mr. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Get- ber, the latter a daughter of the Gillesples. Sorority Meets Tuesday Night- Mrs. D. P. Smith was hostess to the Beta Sigma Phi sorority club Tuesday evening. Nineteen members attended. Following a bust- ness meeting, talks were given by 'Mrs. Donald Miller, Buona Raney, club president, and Alice Payne, on the beauty, action, and truth of words. Games were then played. Pnrty at Shelter House— ' Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Matern, Mr. and Mrs. James Watts, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis German entertained 15 couples at a masquerade party Monday evening at the Ambrose A. I Call state pnrk shelter house. The evening was spent at dancing, otter which a Halloween lunch' was served. of & piano duet, Mfa, Walter llab- erta and Mrs. Bryon Arnold; tocal duet, Mrs, V, K. Rlalng and Con- aid Johnson; and a piano sold Mra ftoberts, ', Bahce for H. S. Jitnlors— Russell Buchanan and Brooks Potter,wore hosts at a Halloween dariclng party Saturday evening at the Ambrose A. Call state park shelter house. Thirty-five young people, all members of the high school Junior class, were'guests. Keens Wed 25 Yenrs— Mr. and Mrs. R. J» Keon reached their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday, and In the evening a group,of their friends arrived aa a surprise. Bridge was played at two tables, and Mr. and Mrs, Keen were presented with a gift. Duck for Dinner Sunday— 'Helen Kent, nursemaid at 0. T. Solberg's; attended a duck dinner Sunday evening in honor of Mar- MA Mtotf* U innonnced- A ^fent^eacher meet",* •be held next Tuesday at 2r» « at the * l stetter win ve d a clal hour 'Will folio*. There wi u be special tnualc. j PfcsbytcrWn . Clnh "Meets " 1 ta' «l . 7 "» if? jj u leta * * a *nt» . - v The Rev. and Mrs. C. W pr-ir w, , fer entertained the PresbWorlnn M '' lllt;o ' M "° S (!ninm| t ( Fellowship cluV&esdar^ ^,,, «J thoir bwne. A her a business I* Meeting, Mr. Pfoffer spoke on 1 !! The Origin of the Presbyterian church. !ongregatfoiml AM Today— •The Congregational Woman 'i .„ -• «™.«. Aid association will meet today at V 0 '" 1 Jo*!?,* the church for one o'clock lunch I , , ass ' ^el' 1 eon. Mrs. Josephlrte Southgate'Ss 1 r^^ iTJ" Bobby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn, entertained five friends at a Halloween party Monday evening after school, 4:30 to 7. Bob by i s in the fifth'grade at school Musical Program for Aid— The Methodist Aid meets today for 1:15 luncheon at the church. Mrs.- Roy Keen will be in charge of the program, which will consist November Sale ———— Dresses : Coats Shoes Thank the Warm Weather for > these Low Prices lona Prepared SPAGHETTI, 22-oz. cans 29c flsnsttz sr_23c 27 c 25c 25c 52c 19c SODA WAFEBS, 2 -2-lb. boxes GINGEE SKAPS, 3 Ibs. _ PRUNES, Size 80-90, 5 Ibs. . CRISCO, 8-lb. can Red Cross Paper TOWELS, 2 rolls . Disposable Tissues, KLEENEX, 2 pkgs. Standard Middlings, 100-lb. bag *ure liltAN, 00-lb. bag $1.00 FOYl Chinese Foods Ming Foy Bean Sprouts 2 No. 2 .cans 15* Ming Foy Chow Meln Noodles, 2 No. 2 cans 254 Miny Foy Chop Suey Vegetables, No. 2 can 19* Ming Foy Chop Suey Sauce, 8-oz. bottle ft* Ming Foy Bead Molasses, 3-02. can Jonathan, 5 Ibs Texas Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, Size 80, 10 for 25c 35c DRESSES COATS Paris Fashioi SHOES TJntrimmed coats in tweeds, fleeces, mixtures, and fur fabrics. Sizes 12 to 44 at only America's greatest shoe values in oxfords, pumps, ties. •High or low heels, black, wine, copper, suede and kid Hi Fellows! FOR THE SMABTES1 OVERCOAT BUY OF THE YEAR We Present "Zippern" • The TWO in One Coat that's ENTIRELY NEW. > • It's different too, with its detachable wool lining that ZIPS OUT in less than FIFTEEN SECONDS. • You can change back 1 just as fast. • Zip— it's a heavy overcoat. it>s a ught Ouce you try on this coat and lumeasy the zipper W orks yo'H The smartest thing on the market Wool dresses, plain plaid and stripe patterns, wool Crepes, flannel, jersey- hare you been «w o,, c rr r today own one of Micso new " Two-ln-One Coats, priced a i ilSlllUUHUl HATS ••^^••••i Fur Trimmed COATS Fifty hats from our $lJ)g and $2.88 lines, all new styles, In felts and velvets Dressy coats, with attractive fur trims In black, wine, teal, copper, and navy — all worth more. Sizes 12 to 46__ $241 SHOES , C. OAU, 6ARA6E 'hone 166. - South 100 pairs from onr $4, $6, $6 Unes of shoes, broken lots but plenty of good sizes, in suede and leather, black and colors $3.85 i iuw uiuver DRESSES Silk, wool, and jersey dresses In new fall colorings and styles on sale at only DRESSES ^SSSSSSEHS^S^f New Colorful SWEATERS Children's new print dresses, showing Improved style and cloth, In sizes 4 to 16. at only long sleeves, short sleeves, and sleeveless all wool sweaters, extra colorful, new 82-40 $1,00 ==-—; $1.00 ZENDER'Sl Leather Trimmed Fabric gloyes with leather trims are the thing this fall. Choose from a selection of colors & patterns The popular suit is still with us In plain and In comblna- sSle'd "t fcbrics, Fashion Bite chic styles and J luge sizes, newest fabrics, colors, styles, A,grand group. Voters of the 8th A Few Words From H. LLOYD EVELAND CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS . | ' ' "'','• • ,- ;: From the 8th Iowa District the Democratic Ticket I am a farmer. I am runn!n for qrlg "» 1 mum of expense. I was one of the three who re-i anfl saved the second Cora Loan gram, which made it possible to seal corn and hold it for the art" and "higher prices which followed. « I am 50 years old, well and > dp not use alcohol in any fornvJ am accustomed to hard farm Ain operating my own farm. * elect me on November 8tfl, > work bard for ALL the people W district. J send you this messag* cause I cannot visit each of you I spnally. You will find my name on the« ia the top row (Democratic) as aw dtdate fpr Representative in o«J 3B YQU and your family can w'l' "t lug me your yo^es on November

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