Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1938 · Page 5
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17, 1938. KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. TOW A PAGE NOTICE ntiing November 15 applications for renewal of license for the coming year will bo ac- Any chauffeur desiring to renew hj s 1935 li- se to a 1939 license should appear before the clriv- •„ license examiners before December 31, a ,nd have his license with him. The examiners be at the courthouse in Algona every Monday. AL-C.ON A AND FRIDAY SATURDAY, NOVEBUJKU 19 [November 17 and 18 Daily Mat. 2 p. m. Thrills and Chilis BORIS KARLOFF ETTE DAVIS —m- Master Mystery "MR. WONG, DETECTIVE" Musical—"Cleaning Up" Popoye—"Goonaland" SUNDAY AND MONDAY, NOVEMIJER 20-21 Thanksgiving Week Bargain 2—CLASS A ATTRACTIONS—2 Shows 12:80, «:30, C:«0, »:30 iiml •WM TO GET DICK POWELL OLIVIA de HAV1LLAND ItMlnt Hitlinj the high road to happiness willi 3 hieh noli ol melody sLOCALS r r I 1 ^•!'^"H"H'4 1 ^^«t'W € H~h+>M«l«I.4''l..I.4..|..t.*AJ.A.Ul»t.J^«iJ.j_i.jj_ **MHH'*4H"M"t-*«H^'4~H"MH^H"M'*-H- drove to last rn, Hiursday to attend a conference of Kiwanis lieutenant govern- ni'U_rt 1 nnt '• Ol-H-Clcct. 1 MJslmch attended a Kraft clothiers' convention at Des Mninos from Sunday till yesterday (Wednesday). spent Armistice day with Mrs. Cahill's mother, Mrs. Marie Rosewall, and the son stayed for a further visit till Thanksgiving. Mr. Cahill is a partner in the Messer-Cahill law offices. Air. nnd Mrs. Andrew Qodf redson , spent Sunday at Mapleton, Minn., Iain in 1934. He is at present regi- Mr. and Mrs. Peter White, of Har- t, „.„>.„,,. tn a , . , . mental chaplain of the 33rd in- ris, .heading for San Antonio he and Johnson, ' Ml-s - Smith got the fever to follow Mrs. K. 'suit. Mr. Smith expects also to re- fantry of the Iowa National Guard. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mr. ami Mrs. Willard Herman, of witn two children, and . . . HarrlBbtarg, Ore., with their daugh- j DeLano, _all of Rockwell City, were new_ acquaintance there with Lee tor Wilberta, were Monday evening and Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moulds. They were on their way to New York to visit Mrs. Herman's sister, and from week-end guests of the E. R. De- O. Wolfe, of Titonka. The Smiths Lanos here. Mrs. Johnson is a sis- spend their summers at Lone Lake, ter of E. 11., and her husband is a; near Altkin, Minn., where Mr. farmer. The DeLanos here spent'Smith owns a 40-acre timber tract Sunday evening at. Emmetsburg there will go to Florida, thence to an( l called on L. C. Disterhoft, who Texas. They plant to get homo by) "id a 'i appendicitis operation one Christmas. The Hermans and the Moulds family are old acquaintanc- Mr. Herman is a turkey-rais- 0.3. er. ,. , « «' ^ „ , D - Mathea, Da- Hargfl, Ames college spent with tlle Kenneth Samps, who now [THANKSGIVING DAt, FIUDA* AJND SATURDAY Mat. Daily 1, 3, 5 BOB BURNS, FAY BAINTEB in "ARKANSAS TRAVELER" MJ ALWAYS COOL- JMh ' THRU SATURDAY NEW POLICY! NOVEMBER 17-19 Kig Attractions! JUNE LANG Plus Bob Baker LYNN BARI Western in "GUILTY TRAILS" "MEET THE GIRLS" Dick Tracy Serial SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY THANKSGIVING WEEK BARGAINS „„ *« v «»«^/, FRIDAY, SATURDAY %nksgiv1ng Mat. 12:30-3:30 Prices, down and 99 to Go! -ho week-end with Mr. and Mrs. I'red Parks. Miss Barge's home is U Cedar Rapids. .Mrs. Walter Good returned Sunday from Des Moines, where ehe lad spent a week with her sister, Mrs. C. C. Conner. Mrs. J. Hnrdyk, mother of J, G. Hiirdyk, j s seriously s ick wi!h heart trouble. Sho lives at a son's on south Colby street Mrs. itortlia. Moldcnliuncr and Mrs. Armand Tahb, both of Corwith, were guests last week Thursday of Mrs. G. F. Towne. Ulta Doolnj, s tiil i n employ at Dos Moines, spent the week-end hero with her parents, County Recorder and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. -Mr. find Sirs. Bernard McGuire, Wesley, were visitors Sunday at Carlyle Becker's. Mrs. McGuire (uul Mrs. Becker are sisters. Mary Klisuibolh Foster was a week-end guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Foster. She teaches music in the Primghar schools. Mrs. I). C. llntehison went to Coclar Rapids Monday evening for the week with her father, Frank Schullz, who recently lost his wife. ('. K. Tanner, Detroit, brother of Mrs.' J. W. Neville, came recently to help out at the Neville shoe store, and he may remain permanently. W. 15. Hue, Mason City, was a Monday caller at E. N. Taylor's. He is in Decker employ, and his wife i« a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor. Hurry Howery and Ernest Baer, both of Ollumwa, were here for pheasant hunting over the weekend and were guests at Lewis Mc- Whorler'ii. Knlhlccn Evans returned to Iowa City Tuesday by bus for a checkup on her three eye operations. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans. County Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. Duffy attended the funeral of El- bcrt Esser, Whittemore, Monday. The deceased was a brother of Barber Esser hero. Mrs. Hlanclie l''ra/ee, of Sutherland, was a week-end guest of her daughter, Mrs. Harold Johnson. Mr. Johnson is employed at the Klassie garage. own a variety store there. Mrs. Samp is the former Elaine Isaacson. The Samps formerly lived at Lake Mills. Kenneth is Mrs. God* frcdson'e son. Attending revival services conducted by the Rev. and Mrs. H. F. enport, with their daughter Phyl- ,lls, Were week-end guests of Mr. Mathes's brother Lyle, the sister, Mrs. on the lake shore. E. ,1. Van Ness spent three weeks just before election with his son B. MorrlfleJd, and thai ,!„... 1 1 , *•• -^. -.,.«">* "v-iwiu *3iGWHVil >VJl,ll JJ1B HOI! day ast week. Mr. Disterhoft 1-3 Uolin at Ixw Angeles. He brought ilistrlct manager for DX stations,; home a sample of the California and Mr. DeLano works for the)ballot, and it has been an "aston- same company here. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McWhortor have moved into their new home on south Minnesota. Their bungalow was buMt of brick, and it has five isher" for Algonians to whom for Callforniang to vote on, taoliid- ing the $30-every-Tbursd»f proposal. It took at least two fcoan for a voter to read and absorb theae proposals, and then ke could not have understood a great dial about them. Mr. Van Ness also brought home a sample recall ballot. The recalls always carry, he says, because a majority, of near majority, of the voters must sign a petition for a recall, and the voters are thu s pledged beforehand. TWO-BURNER PERFECTION kerosene cook stove for sale at halt rooms, with bath and breakfast'I mother, Mrs. H. N. Mathes, all of noolc ' H - R> Cowan & Son had the Algona. F. D., for many years of cnlltra ct. The • McWhorters for- State'a Cafo here, now has a res- ' nlerly lived : ' n tn e Law Sorensen Palmqulst at Fort Dodge Friday! "V ^ OSO ,"? K ^ , sl evening were Mrs. G. F.. Towne, Ml ; Mfrrlf eld is Marcita Gunder, lone Blanchard, a . na "is wife is in Algona Bakery , - taurant «U Davenport, and Lyle is| nnu<5e ou ens t North street. Mr. Krosensky store employ ' here, i McWhorter operates the McWhor- measures, months.—-Ask Advance. an Algona barber, the Rev. and Mrs. Strong. The Palmquisfcs recently conducted meetings here. The xhcodoro Weinmans, Easton, Minn., and the Arthur Weinmans, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frost and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp spent Friday evening at Fort Dodge, guests of the W. J. Sigsbees. The Sigs- Fatrmont, were Sunday guests of bees, former Algonians, recently, the R. R. Hutzells. Theodore is in moved to Fort Dodge, where Mr. | the oil business; Arthur is a Wat- jSigsbee is a plumber. Mr. Klamp kins dealer; and Mr. Hutzell is owns the Phillips "66" station I manager of the local International I catercornera across the street from ter stockyards just north of the Milwaukee depot. Mr. and Mrs. McWhorter have one daughter, Jane, who .spent llie week-end here with her parents. She is taking a liberal arts course at Waldorf college, Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dole, St. Paul, Melvin, of and attended Ludwig Monday at Harvester «hpp, tho Swift .plant Mr. and Mrs. Sigs- Stanley •• Orelncr and another I he e were here. Friday, and the chil- „„„ ,„,.„ ,„, Convith man left Monday morniiiR t1re " remained to visit local friends ?„_ ,v" ;„„„ „, for Canada, where they were to till Sunday. l for lhe funeial wig was a brother-in-law of Leo and Mrs. Dole. Among others here were Mr. and Mrs. ior otuiauu, wuere iney were ro ••"• """uaj-. i Tnliri TJ.-,,.,, aln ,, ,-,,. — j . engage in big-game hunting. They, Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Connor, of chflawn who Se Salurdav- - ' , o expected to reach St. Francis, Can- Honolulu, Hawaii, called briefly B nd Mra Kmer ada, Monday night, then go on to Tuesday at County Recorder J. J. "on John- and Winnipeg Tuesday. They are in Dooley's. Mr. O'Conner roomed at ' mon Woden * with hir International Harvester employ at the Dooley home eight years ago " ° Saurdav- Dot ' Corwith. when he was a washing machine , Melvln Shilts, Omaha, went back : salesman here. He is now field Saturday, after a visit since last manager for an insurance corn- week Thursday with his parents, pany, and his work takes him to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shuts. The many countries, Including the Ha- Shilts son John, Mason City, waslwaiian Islands. 'Recently he'mav- also here for the week-end, goin;; riecl a Spanish girl who taught back Sunday. Melvin is in the employ of a federal marshal, and John is in Decker employ. Mr. and Sirs. Clinton Lighter, with their daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Des Moines for two weeks with a Peterson, Humboldt, were Sunday daughter, Mrs. Ralph Jones. Mr. Spanish in the Omaha schools. Cernian Dau left yesterday (Wednesday) to spend, the winter at Harris, Ark. He was to stop at and Mrs. Harmon ___ riren of Mrs. Mary Dole, and Mrs. T -T*u-tnn wns a daughter of the late Mr. Ludwig. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Smith, Wabasha, Minn., Algona oldtimers (Mr. Smith was the first Advance foreman), are en route for their third winter at San Antonio. At TCrlstow, Olda., they will stop brief- lv to see Mr. Smith's sister, Mrs. A. F. (Doc) Dailoy, who lives with '"!r son William. Mr. Smith writes jreieisou, riuiuuuiui, were ounuu-y uaueuier, mrs. Kalpn Jones. Mr. Hint w v. P n l,« VPT^ ror.nv.n-u- i« <^,« guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stew- Dm, ] r)st h , a wife a few weeks v dv \nce tl£? th* O™ J£S nvK Mnnsnn Thn Rtnwnvts iinrl ThAv woro ,-no,.^!^ I,, inoc __,i' VQVf>nce UKU tlle Ugrens Were CLOSING OUT Farm Sale Tuesday, Nov. 29 Sale starts at 12 O'clock 22 cattle, milk cows and heifers: 10 horses; a complete line of farm machine ry and other articles too numerous to mention. A complete closing out sale. C. E» Kollasch Nine miles east and 5 miles south of Algona, 1 mile north of the Hanna ranch, 6 miles north and 1 mile east of Lu Verne. TERMS: 6 months time on bankable notes bearing 7 % interest. $10 and under cash. L. A. Mutern, Anct. Farmers State Bank, Whit ;emore, clerk. fear art, Manson. The Stewarts and They were married in ,1925 and the Lighters are former neighbors 'lived on the Dau farm near Burt at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Lighter before spent Armistice day at Spencer Hiring. with the latter's brother, C. C. El- Mr. Dau expects to spend the win- coming to Algona last They owned a homo 'here. lis. | tor Mrs. Richard Schmidt, of Storm! Yake, with her little son, went! home Sunday, after a week with j the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs, S. E. McMahon. Mrs. McMahon | took her ns far as Spencer, and- Mr. Schmidt met her there. Mrs. Schmidt is the former Marion Me-' Mahon, and her husband manages' with his late wife's parents, LooktoA.&P. FOR MONEY SAVIJfG PRICES ON THANKSGIVING FOODS! a lumberyard. Gayle Sbackelford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shakelford, began work Monday as an apprentice Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney and,at Brown's Studio. Miss Shackeil- another couple from West Union j ford is a 1938 graduate of the Al- were week-end euests of Harrv's gona high school. She was formerly employed in the offices of Dr. C. C. Shlcrk. Eileen Aman, 1938 graduate of St. Cecelia's academy, is were week-end guests of Harry's mother, Mrs. Cora Raney. Harry is a mechanic in a garage. Mrs. Samuel Medin, who had an operation at a Rochester hospital now at the Doctor's office. two weeks ago, is expected home next week Wednesday or Thursday. She has been doing well. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Mrs. Mri and Mrs. John Thovaben, daughter Maliloven, and Mrs. Clara Gillespie, all of- Fort Dodge, and. the Philip Puffers, Corwith, were Frank Shilts, and Mrs. Fred Parks Sunday guests of the L. W. Gilles- went to Des Moines Tuesday, Mr. pies. Mrs. Thovaben is a niece of Pratt on a business mission, the Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie, and Mrs. women for a pleasure trip. (Clara Gillespie is Mrs. Thovaben's Mrs. Tom E. Dailey went to La- mother. Mrs. Puffer is a sister of ota yesterday to visit her mother, Mrs. Gillespie, and her husband is Irs. Minnie Heetland, who is af- a farmer. icted with heart trouble. Mrs. A. H. Stock plans to leave In a 3ai<Iey will return Sunday. - few days for '• Maryeville, Wash.* Mrs. Man r in St. John, Arlington, where his son Leon ; is postmaster, ame Sunday for a few weeks .with Regardless of the accident en route er grandmother, Mrs. Hattio I. which he suffered three or four Vitham. Her husband is in the years ago, he will again travel by mploy of a paving concern. , car. He expects to he away most The Edward McCnlloughs, of Des of the winter, and Marysvllle will ifoines, -were Sunday guests of-Mr. be his headquarters, though he will rtcCullough's parents, Mr. and spend some time In travel down the ilrs. James McCullough, farmers coast to California. .... ' | our miles southeast of Algona. I The Rev. and Mrs. D. R, Martin Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ingebritson left Monday evening for Grinnell to vere week-end guests of the lat- attend an annual Congregational er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J.. fellowship congregation for Iowa lelmke, Swea City. Mr. Ingebrit- ministers and laymen Tuesday and on is a mechanic at Dau's garage. Wednesday. The conference was Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson held under auspi'ces of Grinnell vere Sunday guests of the former's college. The Martins tra.ve.led-by Drother, August Johnson, farmer way of Cedar Falls and spent Monast of Boone. Antone Is with the day night with Mr. Martin's moth- Vorthwestern Mutual Life Ins. Co. er, who lives there. iere. I Mrs.- J. 0. Isenberger, Burt, who Mrs. Harold Speraw, who oper- lost her husband some months ago, Ues the Algona Ice Cream Shop, was a guest Monday and Tuesday next north of the Coffee Shop, has of her niece, Mrs. W. H. Klamp. closed the place for the winter. Mrs. Isenberger now lives alone, She intends to reopen in the her daughter Stella having been spring, married* In September to Henry j Kalph Finkbinc, Atlantic, was a Anderson, who is employed in a iveek-end guest of the.G. W. Still- dairy at Missouri Valley. The Anman's. Mr. Finkbine isabroth'er-in- dersoiig met while both were Morn- aw of Mrs. Stillman, and he is in ingside college students. BARGAIN PRICE! America's Largest Selling Coffee 39c bag 1 II). BAG ISc winning ticket . . . look for it Friday and Saturday. It's your assurance of an unbeatable combination of quality and lower prices. Hundreds of unadvertiscd items at tremendous savings. None Such Mince MEAT 9-oz. pkg. _ A & F Fancy PUMPKIN, No. 2 M can Inn Page Salad DRESSING, Ft jar . Tona PEAS,/ t No. S cans 9c We Fresh Creamery Use More Butter. It's Healthful and Nourishing I reen Bay Lumber company ploy. em- Boy Hutyhlsou, Waterloo, and] five other Waterloo men huntelj Mrs. Margaret Dailey was a guest pheasants Sunday at the former's rom Friday till Sunday at her brother-in-law Bryan. Asa's in thOj son Tom's. Her home is in Gall- Doaii neighborhood, Mr. Hutchi- fornia. She has for some time been son, who is iiow with an abstract a guest of the O'Briens at Whitte-1 company, was a nephew of the late mo ,. e . Archie Hutchison, Algona. His Catherine, eldest daughter of .Mr. mother Is Mrs. R. J, Hutchison, Al-| and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, has gona, and he is a brother of John: jeen sick two weeks with the flu. Hutchison, of the Wesley bank. | She is now improving, but is still l>r. and Mrs. J. O. F. Price went | abed. Catherine is a junior in high to Mason City Monday to visit Dr. school. ' |J. F. Wesson, Garner veterinarian Mrs. L. G. Thoinpson and Mrs. who is a patient fct Mercy hospital. Buena Merron, Estherville, came He has been seriously sick, but Is Wednesday for a few days with much better. The Prices also eaWed Mrs R H Miller. Mrs. Thompson on a Mrs. Shoeman and her eldest is mother, Mrs. Merron sister, 2of daughter, both suffering with VIrs Miller. streptococcus throat infections. David Watts and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Shoeman's husband is a well- Arthur Watts, Guthrie Center, known Mason/City veterinarian, were week-end guests of the James Mr. and Mrs. LeBoy McWhorter Wattses here. David is the father left Monday for two weeks in Mis-; of Arthur and James, and Pavid eouri and Arkansas. .They will! and Arthur are farmers. visit Mrs, McWhorter's son, Rich*;, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Blinkman, ard Demaray, manager of a store daughter Dorothy, and Rosalie Sis- at Joplin, Mo., and Mr. MoWhor-l =on all of Fairmont, were Sunday ter's son, Ward McWhorter, whose dinner guests of the John Foths. Wffe is the former Alice Clayton, Mrs. Fotb, sister of Julius, is a in Arkansas. Meanwhile .a. Mr. clerk at the Graham store. .Hilton; is. in charge pf .the Me- Mrs. C. H. Cretemeyer and her Whorter Handy Grocery on south daughter Jane heard the famous Minnesota, street .- . . Russian pianist Rachmaninoff at Joseph Slwtoii left. Friday night Ames Monday evening. Jane and for East Lansing, Mich., where he Mother are'both pianists, and will sPejui s pme time with his Jane is a high school senior County Agent Mrs, A. L. ter at Ann Arbor, possibly another j. Brown are at Humboldt today, at- daughter at Syracuae, New York, ending a district county agftnts' and a ,«oa at New York City. He meeting, with 12:30 dinner. Host expecta to be away till late in the, and hostess this month were Couii- winter or sometime ne?t spring. As ty Agent and Mrs. Don Graves, of » reared ra«road nensioanalre Mr. wnmhoidt ' Shaben travels on passes, Br. and Mrs, Fred Bunker, New- Jtor. F, Vtfl Bwrgw», pastor of to" with their sons Richard and the local Methodist church, has Donald, were week-end cw»U of te en to bed since FJWay with the theO. S Lindsays. Mrs. Bunfcw Js fltt and brpochifcte. H«l w Jo ft^ve, the former Ruth Lindsay, pootor been speaker at 9,5 4f mi^Oce day, Buner, wkao if a de»tj»|; f ¥«»* IP n IO«ram at Gftrner Wt »w un»bl ? for tbe pbe§MAl^^K- to ' g °- Mr. Bur^jif Ml both English WALNUTS, Lb. Mixed NDTS, 3 Ibs. . Keokuk Sweet PICKLES, Qfc jar — Sultana Queen OLITES, Sl-oz. jar Snnnyfield FLOUB, 49-lb. bag Sunnyfleld PANCAKE FLOUB, 5*lb. bag , CORN, 1-lb, can —,——— 19c 35c 25 c 39c .09 19c 5c Women's Sport COATS Warm, sport plaid backs and soft fleeces . . . bright colors. Women's Rayon Scarfs A riot of color and interesting patterns ... Many styles included at 44* Women's Sweaters Pullover styles in plain kni ts or brushed wool. Novelty designs. Regular 1.79 value. Misses Union Suit Neat rayon striped . . . ankle length. Priced for Red Ta* Days only. 57* Dromedary Cranberry SAUCE, 97"/» 2 17-oz. cans . — ^/ \> Dromedary DATES, 7M-OZ, pkg. Dromedary Ginger Bread apx, 91/» ii-oz, pkg. _.-— 45-1 v Dromedary Devil's Food pkg. e Better DRESSES Silk dresses worth up to 7.95. .. . Savings up to 50% if you hurry. $< Fur Trimmed COATS Every gorgeouscoat in this group has been reduced for this event. $ -g- Women's Pajamas Comfy tuck stitch In many attractive shades. Two piece. 1.00 value. 66' Women's SPORT COATS This indeed Is m handsome lot. Magnificently styled and tailored. Girls'-Misses Ski Suits Sizes for the entire family ... 3 to 20 ...Warm, "Arctic" plaids. 2 days Women's. SPORT SHOES Snappy brown suedes, regularly priced at 1.98. For Red Tag Days Only $ All Sizes. Widths AA toC Girls' Ribbed COTTON HOSE Assorted, popular tan shades... stock : up at this dramatic low price, pair 8 Girls' Sweaters All new fall shade* and snappy trims. Regularly, priced 1.29, Now 83* Boys' 12 In. HI-CUTS Black retan leather uppers . . . strong tan composition sole, Reduced to Men's Sheep ULSTERS Dark brown, heavy moleskin shell . . . targe lamb collar. Sheep lined. $ MEN'S HATS Genuine fur felts in dozens of styles and brand new shades. Now Men's Overcoats Beautiful new fleeces as well as caraculs in r a g 1 a n" ami guard styles, 15.88 LOOK FOR THE BRIGHT RED TAG CRAMJKBBIKS, ijft.8,, .„._.„„. 35c Texas Seedless Dou,. P FOOD STORES MEN'S WORK RUBBERS Snug-tite vamp, heavy corrugated soles. Ah outstanding value at MEN'S DRESS GLOVES Dressy leathers hi strap or button wrist style* .. .warm fleece lined 87* CHOPPERS Moccasin back, ful) grain leather. Strongly stitched throughout MEN'S IIULLOVER SWEATERS All woo] worsted or wrt wool slightly brushed. §s>m* with tipper*. Regular $1 .37 $1,98 value. .... ......... , ............ ' * * w * w^^P^i W PH wrSf fll ^PSf ™ P ^tWJpflP FAST COLOR PERCALE PRWTS Your choice of dozen* of patterns ... a sen- rational price reduction, yard ..... ... ...... FAST COLOR PRINTED RAYONS .Many lovely fall and winter shade* , . . interesting pattern*. Regular We, yard , 27-IN. WHITE FLANNEL runun yam 4 -

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