Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1938
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KOaStTO COUNTY APVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA _^___=^r~: ~ WTF. M. S. at Burt Plans a Program bee" *•»**•* to drelt ot* • lo»f 0f JfMrt. G«H hare eome to know its dependability and beating Mtbfaction. lU individual burning . ____ Uties that mA» it so easy to look after; economy IMJBMM of little ash and long-burning iU adjustability to all weather condition* things nave endeared it to local residents. call it the dependable fuel rhone 256 For Sale Exclusively by BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Jim Pool, Mgr. THE LATEST TRIUMPH IN FARM RADIO ENGINEERING VOLT iTS LESS , Mart Windehorqtri , Mar* Storag* ioHtr!»» i More Powtr Plant* .More "B" BatttrU* |o«e Power-Pak Operates Soniatjonal Radio 1 - FORMER ALGONA PASTOR'S WIFE TO BESPEAKER Burt, Nov. 9 — The Methodist Woman's Home Missionary society will hold its annual Thank-Offering servlco Sunday morning at the regular preaching hour. The program will include the opening hymn No. 484; a piano duet. Buena Nolle, by Etholbert Nevln, played by Mrs. B. K. Bahnson and Selma Clifton; devotions, led by Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel; vocal duet, Kenneth and Joe Graham; address, Mrs. R. T. Chlpporfield, Mllford; offering, Mrs. Bertha Wallace and Mrs. Lillian Sheldon; closing hymn, No. 487. Mrs. Chipporfiold is conference field secretary of the general Woman's Home Missionary society and Is the wife of the Rev. Mr. Chlp- perfield, who once was a popular pastor of the Algona Methodist church and is still most kindly remembered by elderly Algonians. Next week is Fellowship week and will be observed at the local church with special services. On Wednesday evening a dinner for men will be served, and a program will be given. Dinner will 'be 38 cents or 1% bushels of corn. Thursday the second annual "safari" for women will take place. This will begin at 11 a. m., and there will be a noon luncheon, followed by an afternoon session. A dozen eggs, or 23c, will pay for lunch. The benevolent activities of the church will be presented by means of playlets, etc. The following Sunday will be Loyalty Sunday. The roll of church members will be called, and a special sermon will bo given. The WESLEY'S POST 'Al)X ! PLAN CELEBRMION Wesley, Nov. 9— Andrews post and the Auxiliary, with L. L. Lease as master at ceremonies, and Mrs. Frank Kouba Jr. as program chairman, has announced the following Armistice cW program (hour and place not stated by correspondent) : America, audience. Invocation,; the Rev. Arthur Hot torn. Vocal solo, Rosamond Eckstein. Greetings, J. P. Studer, com madder of Wesley Legion post. Reading, Fleurette, Cecelia Els enbacher. Remarks, Supt. B. D. Ravlln. Wartime Medleys, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Diekniann, Dr. K. R. Richardson. Address, James I. Dolllver, Fort >azaar and supper at the Methodist church Saturday night. Other Wesley News. Mildred Benton, of Emmetsburg, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton. Mr. and Mrs. Reece Martin, Fenton, were dinner guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hildman. The Herman Dodge. Song, high school tette. male quar- Ijyons family, Algona, were afternoon visitors at Edw. Hlldman's. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dusold, Mason City, were with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Richter., Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Alne drove to Des Moines Sunday, and Mrs. Alne, with a sister, Mrs. Silas Espe, also beauty operator, but at Story City, remained to attend a hairdressers' conference, Mr. Alna and the children returning Sunday. Mrs. Alne was expected home by Tuesday night. Mrs. Theron Hanson, Mrs. Gordon Giddings, The latter's baby, Mrs. Lawrence Hansen, two children, and Mrs. Milton Giddlnga attended an Embroidery club meeting at Mrs. Chester Cook's, Algona, last week Thursday. The Tom McMahons drove to Whlttemore Sunday to call on the James Cooneys and were accom- ' Anderson played outstanding basketball for the winners. The sophomore and senior girls met in their final game, and both teams did lots of scoring, The score was 33^22 in favor of the seniors. Kathryn Sprout, Lurene Lloyd, and Lyla Prlebe starred for the victors; Marvel Halverson and Jean Gable did good work for the sophomores. The last contest of the tournament, between the junior boys and the sophomore boys, was no one's game till the whistle blew. The score, In favor of the juniors, was 15-11. Farm Itnrcnn Women Meet— The Ledyard township woman's j'arm Bureau held an annual Thanksgiving meeting at C. A. Gutknecht's, Lakota, Friday, 20 members attending, each member having a guest. A program was Star-Spiangled Banner, audience. Benediction, the Rev. Mr. Bottom. Frank Amnns YIsH Relatives— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aman and Mrs. Kate Kennedy were last week Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coriley, Sunday dinner guest- — Erdman's here were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aman, Mount Angel, Ore. who once lived here. Mr. and Mrs. Aman left Monday for visits with afternoon will be given over to itotion among members and friends of the church. A special evening service will close the week's activities. _ To Honor Past Matrons— Kossuth Chapter No. 201 of the 0. E. S. will observe past matrons' night Tuesday evening, November 15, with a covered-dish 6:30 dinner, followed by initiation of candidates. The initiation will be put on by the past matrons and past patrons. panied by Mrs.' McMahon's sister Helen, who Is nursemaid at O. Solberg's, Algona. Verna Kerrins, Mankato, visited relatives here over the week-end Irma Ward, Rudd teacher, was with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Ward. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison 01 «ir aim , visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Livermore. I Lawler, at New Providence Sun- Sunday dinner guests at Alfred, day. Mrs. Lawler fl uffered a stroke some time ago. Mabel Kent and Mary Gahan went to Des Moines Friday to attend a state teachers' convention ivuian IKIL muuuu.j i«i »i*j.i.o »»•»." - -,.,„, California relatives. They left till Sunday. home September 27 for two months Mrs. Orvl » e »° WI P'J St ' *£" er in Iowa, Wisconsin, and the Coast; diet, is recovering from a major states. They visited at Frank's: operation in Mercy hospital, Ma- brother Joseph's, St. Benedict, and son City. at the sister Mrs. Charles Gilbride's, near Algona, also at Isadore Meyer's, near St. Benedict, relatives at Milfor.d, and the Lawrence HofEers, Iowa Falls. Mrs. Aman was Caroline Hotter. The Amans left here 18 years ago. They have five boys and two girls. Two to F. B. Woman's Tea- Mrs. J. P. Hauptman and Mrs. * This sensational new farm radio Is po\veri><l by a new power pack which eliminates all batteries and reduces th« I'cost of operation 60?b. Tone as brilliant, as the music hi the broadcasting s t at I o n Is r c p r o • duccd IhrouBh I .1 h e wide range of the genuine perm a n e n t magnet (new » |,ESS alloy) dynamic ^ iKnvil-rAK I' speaker. Mrs. George Aldrich will entertain her bridge club this week Thursday. Julius Kunz, Davenport, spent the week-end and over election day at home. •* Algona Iowa Lutherans Observe Anniversary- Members of the Lutheran church observed the ninth anniversary of dedication of the church Sunday in a special afternoon service, lollow- ing a picnic dinner at noon. The Rev. Alfred Rehder, new pastor at Iflairville, gave the address. Unusual Kibles Exhibited— A good-sized number of people attended a Bible study class Sun- rtav evening. F. L. Ryerson Is teacher. A feature of the meeting was a display of unusual Bibles. Supper for Armistice Day— , The Legion post and the Auxiliary unit will observe Armistice day with a covered-dish supper at Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Graham's Friday evening. Serves on Federal Jury— George Worden will go to Fort Dodge this week Wednesday to serve on a federal jury. Other Hurt News. The Ross Ringsdorfs, Mapleton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, and Mrs. G. E. Brace were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs Tressie INTER-GLASS B, B, TOURNEY AT LEDYARD Ledyard, Nov. 9—An interclas tournament, an annual event opening the basketball season, was held at the school gymnasium las 1 Henry Haverly attended a Farm. Bureau woman's tea at the Masterson home) near Corwith, Friday. There were some 40 persons in at-. tendance, and Mrs. Hicks, new j home demonstration agent at Al-j gona, led a lesson on the prepara-! tion of locker foods and home canning. Five to Algona K. C. Doings— Roy Klelnpeter, J. P. Studer, ucm <n. m- a—•— =•"— . ,,,_ Tom McMahon, E. M. Olson, and | week Thursday and Friday nights John'Muehe attended annual me-! The opening game was between morial Services of the Knights of the sophomore and the freshmen Columbus at Algona Sunday morn- girls. The contest was close al inK Members of the council ro-|of the way, the score at the half cefved communion in a body and;lO-9 in favor of the sophomores lU>ril*f3 Ol £3 UVt?bl •*•»• J*J.V/{3*I*»*» ¥1 ww i presented and a playlet, Thankful; at Last, given. Lunch carried out the Thanksgiving theme. Itcnnty Operator Has Callers— •Mildred Rich and Irene Heller, Algona, called on the iatter's fils- ter, Esther Heller, Wednesday. Esther still conducts a beauty shop here. Miss Rich lives with the W. C. Dewels. Irene, who plans to be a nurse, has a sister Viola who is a nurse employed in an Algona doctor's office. Former Residents Make Calls— Mrs. F. L. Thorpe and her mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner, both of Algona, called 'on Mrs. Harriet Matzner Friday. The Skinners lived lere many years ago. Mrs. Matzner, who has been sick, Is improv- ng and able .to .be up a few minutes at a time^ every day. icdyard Youth Has I'nenntonJa— Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar were called to Rochester Sunday morn- ng by word that their son Sydney lad jpneumonia. The Skaar five- weeks old baby, Lonny Lee, was eft with Mrs. Jackie Stubbe. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Kessler, Radcliffe, came Sunday to visit their daugh- ,er, Miss Laureen Kessler. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Granner took Mabel ECitley back to Hardy Sunday. She iiad been here since last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller were at the parental Tice Brack's Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arlowe McCormick Olin, were guests at Elvin Carpenter's last week Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack attended a 60th anniversary Pres byterian church celebration at La kota Sunday. Mrs. Martin Hendricksen, Swea City, and her son Melvin called on PREPARE FORJET It0IDS GOODAEAR "G-3" ALL-WEATHER With Center-fraction Safety! • Take the right steps now to eliminate the dangers of skidding by putting safe, road-gripping Goodyear "G-3" tires on your car. Stop surely and quickly with the improved center-traction grip of the "G-3" All-Weather. Bd sure of record-breaking mileage with its thick, tough tread .. . maximum blowout protection with patented Supertwist cord in everU ply. Get this great tire now — at a price that puts the "G-3" All-Weather within the reach of all motorists. Mrs. Arthur Zielske Friday. Mrs. Stephen Powers was at El more last week Wednesday an called at the Walter Myers home YOU DON'T NEED CASH BUY TIRES AND ALL CAR AND HOME SPECIALTIES ON OUR EASY PAYMENT I GOODYEAR TRUCK TIRES 9 Let us help you select the right Goodyear Truck Tire to fit your hauling 1 need. A slight change of size or type can mean dollars in your pockett Come in —no obligation. DUTCH'S Super Service PHONE 33 had breakfast at St. .Cecelia's academy. ., _____ Many Attend Corwitli Dance— A large group of Wesleyans attended a dance at Corwith Satur- Marjorie Gable and Wilma Busch played outstandingly for the losers; Jean Gable and Marvel Halverson for the sophomores. The final score of 22-15 in favor of the sophomores. Success Failure is the very foundation o'f success. The man that has failed in business ia wiser and better prepared to make a success of his next venture, We have nearly 100 men's mackinaw coats. They are new and stylish. They are warm, comfortable, and will wear like iron. The wholesale price is $4.37, and they are supposed to retail at $5.50 to $6.00, but we have failed to sell them at $4.75. We have to sell them as we want the money, bo have decided to mark them down to $<*.4J. This price will get rid of them in a hurry. We will clean them out, take our loss, and forget it. Men's sheep-lined corduroy coats are selling fine at $4.75. Men's sheep-lined long ulster overcoats at |9.98 will not be marked any lower, as that price is rock bottom. As to men's laskin lamb lined overcoats we will not have enough to supply oui customers, . . Men's Bock Knit dress overcoats m nv,- different patterns at $12.98 is the big event of the seasoii. n Everyone is wondering how we can sea these wonderful standard overcoats at $12.98. They are new, stylish, and The R. A. Bartletts, were with Mrs. Bart- Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Ringsdorf'e. Whittemore, lett's parents Schroeder. . Marilda Pratt, who teaches at Altoona, spent the week-end with her parents, Druggist and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Margaret Morness, who has employment at Chicago, arrived Sunday for a short visit. lone Moyer and Mrs. Velma McBrlde met ler at Ames. • Ruth Thompson, employed at Ames, spent the week-end at home. She came with her mother, Mrs. H. A. Thompson, and sisters, Mrs. Helen Lathrop and Barbara, who had been visiting relativee at Dy- tended a uanue a.u wuiwu." kjutui o U1J iium«.>~. day night given by Mr, and Mrs.] In the second game the sopho- Ernest Widen to celebrate their more boys decisively took^ the 26th wedding anniversary. On then- silver anniversary last year they were quarantined for scarlet fever. Edw. Stnders Visit Here- Mr, and Mrs. Edw. Studer, Excelsior, Minn., who had visited the former'? father, Nathan Studer, a few days, left here to visit other relatives at Iowa Falls, hut planned to stop at Wesley again on the way home, i , . • Tumor Patient Expected Home- Mrs. Walter Grubb, it is expect- SO VIS ed, will be brought home from Mercy 'hospital, Mason City,; lato :his w^ek. She had an operation for removal of a tumor one day last week. • Chicken Supper Planned- Announcement haa been made of a public chicken supper to be served by the Catholic women at St. Benedjct Sunday, November 20. Methodist Aid Hakes Money- Some $90 was realized from a freshmen boys into camp by a score of 34-14. Busch, Warner, Looft, Garry, and Kllnksiek played till a 21-7 lead had been chalked up, when Worden, Burroughs, and Orvick substituted. Busch, Warner, and Garry divided scoring honors, and Looft and Kltnksiek showed good guarding. The senior and junior girls played the third game, and excellent guarding was a feature. Lurene Lloyd and Lyla Priebe were outstanding for the seniors; Maxine Dorsey and Louise } Zielske for the juniors. The seniors won. / The senior boys and the junior boys played a one-aided fourtn day'game. D. Thompson, L. Flynn, J. McDonald, B. McDonald, and Kenneth Reece were on the strong junior team, which defeated the seniors, 21-8. B. Baumant and L. Priebe played outstandingly for the Friday night the seventh grade girls lost to the eighth graders, 23-12. The eighth grade boys defeated the seventh graders 18-4. STANDARD'S QUALITY OIL FIRST CHOKE OF MIOMST MOTORISTS ! Make your oil-change NOW.... be safel !50-VIS 10-W MAKES COLD STARTING EASIER THAN ANY OTHER OIL 1 ITT, TIME. RIGHT NOW, to change to Iso-Vis io-w—to make sure of easier starting on any cold morning that comes. It's safe to change to Iso-Vis io-w now— because it gives your engine 'ample ^lubrication,.even on the warmest days. It's smart to change to Iso-Vis 10-W now 1 for it will save your battery the fatal extra drain of slow cold starting—save your battery now for quick, carefree starting in the winter days ahead. ve basement, so we lust turn the customer. ifttllte'i $*>*« •' •>•$ ."-A'" '•' •-' .1-nnVA.IOW m.. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick and Mr. and Mrs. F. O.Stow were Sunday dinner guests at J. T. Graham's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth May, Emmetsburg, also guests there, visited here in the evening. William Toebben, Chicago, visited his mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben, last week. Mrs. Olof Olson, Elmore, and her daughter Barbara also visited last week-end at Mrs. °R. A. Iliff, daughter, and her husband visited Sunday at J. H. Graham's, and Mrs. Iliff, who had spent a few days here, returned with them to Webster City. Robert Richardson, Waterloo, spent from last week Thursday till Sunday with his aunt, Mattie Warner, and his couein, Mrs. t,. Virginia Thaves, employed in a beauty shop at Albert Lea, spent from Friday till Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Thaves. Frank Gibbs,- Brlnkley, Ark, spent last week Thursday night »t Harry McChane's. He owns the farm on which Mr. McChane lives. Mr and Mrs. H. 0. Buell, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer, and .Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle were Sunday dinner guests at P. F r Krlethe s. The Legion Auxiliary will have a 'sewing meeting this week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. WU. L. H. Schenck at* tended ft county rural letter carriers' meeting at Wesley Tuesday , Whlttemore. is employed at D. L. Mcponald's. jack McMullen was sick test week. Our New Buying Staff Thirty-five buyers serving a group of Midwest Stores (of which we we one) whose ripened experience and keen style sense accounts for the outstanding ^A3HIONS and VALUES found in this store. In this vast producing center of New York there are manufacturers by the thousands, They create * constant flow of Fashions for misses and women. In this maze of style development, it takes trained minds and astute shoppers to separate the "chaff from^he wMaV, to distinguish between "good and best to spot the high Hghti, Only through the use of a buying itaff thui^endowed is it possible to guarantee that the purchaie you make here will embody all the advantages youi have a right to expect, to always assure the proper re* lation between style, price, and q<M*Uty, ; Checking your oil is a service provided by Standard Oil Deal- ers.whichmaysaveyoucostlyen- gine trouble. 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Its constantly burning fire-bed eliminates "snap-on, I enapf** 1 ' ' heating where the house wastao hot one minute, too cold the next t t gets rid pf early morning $re. — , saves fc undreds, of daytime Iript to the bgeement, ' , It re illy is extravagance tote withou; this clean, smokeless sootleaj Automatic Sutler fee*t that pi .ys its own way, gate w >w! 1*^ tow easily, w Automate

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