Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1938 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1938
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PAGE SIX SEE FOR YOURSELF! Watch us do a first-class grinding job with a McCORMICK-PEERING HAMMER MILL Come to our DEMONSTRATION Saturday, November 19th McCormicIc-Deering 9 n m Hammer Mill No. I * p. m. One half block north Kennedy & Parsons or Inquire at our storo McCormick-Peering Store Phone 52 E. E. Hutzell, Mgr. Heat "Old Man Winter" to the Punch! Do Your Spirits Drop with the Autumn Leaves Cheer up! Take a lesson from the squirrel and be ready for "Old Man Winter" when these cool mornings become colder. Store up a supply of cold weather comfort now by ordering your coal bin filled at once. That's the thrifty, farsighted way to forestall winter fuel worries. Phone your order today. PHONE 229 E. S. NORTON & SON Your Warmest Friends for 44 Years! fUI IlVlt Special Showing of New Modern Suites Buy Now and Save! Modern Living Room Suites Suites in Long Wearing Covers—quality (Suites in the new modem designs at the LOWEST prices in yers. You must see them in order to appreciate the values $59.50 - $69.50 - $79.50 and up FORA Beautifully figured Macay- veneer used on exterior. Equipped with Lane's automatic tray. GIVE HER A CHEST American Walnut i» on top, front, ends baae. used • Only tested aroma-tight chest in the world. We have a complete stock of genuine Lane cedar chests —moderns, conservatives, blondes —aB to match the finest furniture. V-matched American W«J- out ia used on trout decoration with routed moulding! and carvings. FOSTER FURXITURE CO. Ko88ttk cotflftir ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA m a High'sTSeniors Present Play RECEIPTS TO HELP BUY A SCOREBOARD Sexton Relatives Attend Stratton-LaWerke Wedding Stratton, Brltt the First , p. m. The service Lakota, Nov. 15 — A capacity Mrs a-,-.,,, w i fi audience filled the school auditor- vvninifl qtrnttmi ium Friday evening to hear the «nd Mrs Char senior play, Mistakes of the to Elza Slakes, which was directed by Miss t L Larson and was well presented. ^ The cast consisted of Paul Ukena, George Ailts, Esther Buckels, Peter Walters, Velma Heetland, Helen ofngrich 8 ' ^aren^r^'Ro^f ^ ^ Maple'ton/ MlnnTsang Ah! KSSwSr^r.ni^^SS,': ?«£ «W»nr «t "f?^ccompan- Sexton, Nov. 16 — Mrs. Sarah (by a gardenia wreath Wise, Mrs. Drusle Noble, Mr. and' The bridesmaids wore rust and Mrs. Herman ivise, aAd Edith ^-1 blue floor-length catln gowns. Greenfield went tn RHH w.-irtnv Ruth Stratton, small sister of the to «if»«««oj i-vrfcw. ^*« ut?nj Mr, and Mrs. Ray Glass, eon at Arthur Zuraaeh's. James. Mr. and Mrs. Hllbert Rob- teaehet, «&*ni the week-end funo at the Charles Mottl* Mid tt. A,' BlftnChArd homes feswoiivety. TH6 Merwltt Mai-lows spent Ihe week-end at the Prank Collins home, Livernwre. The Carl Zu- mftchs, LotU dreek, spent Sunday Mr, and Mra. Frederick* Schultz Hlto, all of Des spent Sunday afternoon at the the week-end at CharleaJSchuHz home, Elmore. m wi™ and Wiirh teal blue floor-length satin gowns., were there Saturday afternoon, wpnt tn RriH Wvirtnv Ruth Stratton, small sister of the | John Blerle and Teacher Murray, nffAtrtthp wortrtf«B. «f brtde . wa» flower girl. The bride Centervllle, spent Saturday and W?«\VemMH«. £«W j carried a white Bible with scat- Sunday at Charles Bierle's and »»1BBH el«"UUUUkIU.,l , . j nnfol- nf nrlllfa nhvlrannt tin- MK otlfl MfO Ot'fl TTUflbllrt WOt'O Patricia and i«r i "•»»»!, aLjomiy t Wood- led by Edith Or The school orchestra, played two numbers, Moment Musical and Hungarian Dance, before the play, "~~ sang I , , ' ™ al ' ch fl ' m Loh erts, daughter Mblnes, spent mo •• «<~— -•— —Harry Hobson's. Mri and Mrs. O. I. Hobson, Fort Dodge, daughter Mary Loa, were guests there, and) Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hobson, Burt, were there Saturday afternoon. John Blerle and Teacher Murray, Saturday and Mra. Emil Kraft attended 'the- nt », on FH,? Ml *' ' Prl(lny M TIT "K"MiSi? . fe' CO |S5 of Mr i tered Prills of white chrysanthe- Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hurlburt . mum s tied on a white satin ribbon,'also Saturday supper guests there, falling on streamers to the floor. I The Alton Hurlburts, Whlttemore, Following a short wedding trip, the Everett Rlchardsons, Algona, lenfield, preceding olowing a ehort wedding trip the veret carsons, , the couple will live In Britt, where | the Charles Blerles, and the guests 1UV T.n TtrnvlVn t rt nmnln^r^^ ntn ClIflHnV of Wll r1 hll V f *H. Mr. La Werlce Is employed. Other Sexton News* J. B. Sanders and daughter, Mrs. of Rochelle, noiin T •""""» vricBuneiu, yrtjuoumg u-ienn sanaers, 01 Maiiara, visitea e i t" e ceremony, e|nd the wedding Saturday at the Bert Sanders engrin was played home. The men were on a hunt- A flower-garden background was used, and the ccuple stood T-he Rev. Dr. Buthman, new dis- gave - brother Jacob and Russell ( 'Stratton, brothef of the bride. Following the ceremony a re- Mr, and Mrs. Carl Paetz went to Fort Dodge Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Paetz's uncle, August Froh, who died Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Stratton with train, veil held In place ; r - an rs - ares raon ho , me of and 8| d"ey and Calvin were Sun- 'Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. William Hartley. the senior girls' sextette sang How Do You Do? and Thanks for the Memory, between acts. The music was directed by Miss Erickson, with Miss Odlund as accompanist. \ ceptlon i This play Was produced bv HUPP- *t. u u , ~ [ 7" "AV« —."""• "|«"«« oiunoj uiiu v^tuviu were QUII- ial arrangement with Row, Pete?-' ±» r, 2? 2 par ^L t8 l° r J 00 Datives | day guests of Mrs. Stratton's moth"•" ""• ~ - nasium, and the proceeds will be added to It. Dinner Honors Clennont Guests- Mr, and Mrs. I. E. Wortman entertained at a dinner party at their home Sunday in honor of Dr. and I Mrs. R. V. Brandt, Clermont, and! the Brandt daughter Lois. Other' guests were Messrs, and Mea- dames Wade Ball, the Charles A Gutknechts, the Jerry Ukenas, Emma and Louise Thaves, Emma Gutknecht, Genevieve Brewer, and William Fraser, all of Lakota; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves, Burt; KUHNS,LONE ROCK, FARM HOLD A AUCTION Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carlson, Swea City; Mrs. Marc Moore, Algona, daughters Wilma and Maxine. Bert Leys Here Again—Mr, and Mrs. H. Bert Ley, ^.- ifornia, who left here some weeks ntro to visit Miis. Ley's mother, The Kuhns'have Lone Rock, Nov. 15—The Frank R. Kuhn farm sale last week Thursday brought a total of $2800. tllC V^llKbt l^O .M-riVfl auuj MI*MU •• ate Sunday at Hurlburt's. Mrs. Walter Sorehson, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Blerstedt, daughter Evelyn, all of Burt, spent Friday afternoon 'at Mrs. Raymond Bler- fltedt's, Lyle Marlow's, and the Dick O'Do'.mell's. Mrs. Rose Barto and Dora Blerstedt, Algonu, were last week Thursday guests at Raymond Blerstedt's. Frank Macumbei", Waterloo^ came last week Tuesday and remained till this week Monday with Mrs. Macumber. They and the Clarence Macumbers, Algona, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gale Hanson, Des Molnes, Mrs. Hanson is the former' Dorothy Macumber. W. H. Johnson, Arthur Ghristen- son of Wilton, and Albert Truesdale, Cedar R'apids, spent Saturday at E. M. Jensen's. Dr. and Mra. F. W. Englund, Muscatine, also spent Saturday there, and the Englund daughter Margaret, Algona, teacher, was here Saturday. The A. J. Meyers family spent! Volgt'a, Alden, I Tf • — *™«r -»•• v» o «i. C* l,l/l,C*A VF*. *(lA/OV\/t Horses sold up to $100; cattle, $40 to $61.50; hogsJ $46.50; turkeys,!;""^"" $2.60; chickensi 75; dog, $14; .1 ?- TOnm& shorthorn bull, $46: 8-pieee dining! tending were the W. C. Heltera, — -• —j the Henry Schroeders, the Ernest I Sunday at Os ' c ar .._„._, Fischers, Mrs. C. Madison son! Mlnn - The L'oyd Hutchinsons, Milton. the Frank Meyers family, and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyers, Seneca, Bed Cross Drive is On— were recent evening guests at the The annual Red Cross drive, • •*•• ^ Meyers home In honor of sponsored here by the Legion Aux- Mrs - Meyer's birthday, iliary, ha s begun. Mary Ann and' Mrs - w - J - Cotton'entertained at Maxine Flaig, Dorte Blanchard, a one o'clock luncheon last week Dorothy Jensen,' and Lucille Gen- Wednesday and attending were Mrs. William «ind Oliver Stow, and Mrs. s U. L. Whalen, all of Dolliver, and Mesdames E. M. and Roy Jensen. rich are soliciting. Oyster Stew is Served— Mr, and Mrs. Dan Harris enter- Cai- room suite, $50; 11500 bushels; corn i man M nn pfiks d5r< huoViQi- ^^*,u— »-, in „.-, i man, Minn. tained at an oys.ter stew Saturday Attending: the Everett! Mr. and Mrs. Edw. and Vernon Hoppe, bushel; potatoes, $1.10 cwt. gone to Maryland, Thursday evening. They will ,,.-„.,= sometime this week for their home at Los Angeles. Pheasant-Hunters Numerous— Many Lakota people er, Harry Kuhn,] for many lived north of Algona. Five Mr years Birthdays Celebrated— r. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, Church Sleeting 1 Announced— A Congregational meeting at the local church will be held next Monday evening at 7:30. Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod spent Sunday at H. J. Henriksen's, three-day pheasant hunting on, and many other out-of- people were seen in the vicinity. Pheasants were not plentiful in Lakota territory. Lawrence Newbroughs, and the Delmar Angus family were Sunday guests at! Edw. Blanchard's, ...on, and o'lher guests there were Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough, Ray Reynolds, and W. J. Reynolds, all of Humboldt. The New Home is Planned— Wilbur Wirtjes, who operates a occaslon was Mr. and Mrs. Law- truck here is planning to build a rence N ewbrough's. Mrs. new home in lots west of Walter I Newbrough'e, Mrs. Edw. Rosenau's. Excavation is now un-1 cnard's, and Mrjf. Angus's birth der way, and the house will be nd guest of Mrs. Lillie Thompson and the lat- Mr. and Mrs. John Kimball, and _ Robert Dunnan, of Irwln, Edna ,_j Boutes, Keller. Amos Ryan, of Le Mars, and Earl Ryan and Howard Oakes, Knoxville, spent the weekend at Albert Shaser'sT Mrs. Dora Laabs had as Saturday guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corral, Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs Otto Schultz, Fort Dodge, and Otto Laabs, Burt, were Sunday visitors! there. H. H. Harrison, son Harry, and Fred Wheeler son Robert,,, and Mr. and Mrs. George Gross all df Ames, spent the week-end at the V. J. and Lloyd Gross homes. ter's daughter "Neva. Mss "Yaeger Y e ™, Morrl s. Gowrle teacher, formerly taught here. Eileen and Florence Householder, Hum- Fts All Oevi The world's series is over i,wi ,, a thing of the past for this year S a is is over, and those, make believe snrm ! ° n were up here killing off our pheasnm^i l gone home, so let us get back to have tend to business. For the ones spent all their money making A will be the .winter of discontent ^ily that has a cellar fall of coal tables with the bills all paid w happy winter. There will be no u,vm-P 0 • that family, for love and plenty £ e VrH factors that work nicely together e • Gathering in the harvest, getting ma for winter, and providing for the famil pleasant work Besides coal and groceries the family needs good shoes and wai, clothing. A big majority of people havo r 1 cided that.Neville's Store is the place S t them. -You get good merchandise and save plenty of money by trading at Neville's Men's part-wool sox, just the thine for frosty days, at fa 10 Princess, Prim-Era silk hose, flrst'quail ity, all sizes, at 49 Ladies' 3-snap galoshes, warm lined all heejs, all sizes, at ' 70 10 yards of good toweling, part fmen~,~at~8le All wool berets, very popular this fall at 19 C Men's 4-buckle dress overshoes, all sizes, at . 81.75 Men's fine cashmere dress sox, at 18 C Men's corduroy sheep-lined coats,~~biz beaverized collar, at $4.75 Men's northern Mackinaw coats, $7~00* worth of wear for $3,49 Men's long ulster overcoat, sheep-lined' sleeves and all, at $993 Our Rock Knit and Wool Craft dress ov-' ercoats go at $12.98 These are standard coats and" "priced well below their real value. We had 210 but they are over half sold. So you will have to hurry if you want to save $8.00 or $10.00 on an overcoat. We have a house full of real bargains for you this year. JIMMIE NEVILLE . Lawrence Walsh spent Sunday at Early, and Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hamm, Early, spent Sunday here at Hugh Walsh's. The Hamms and built as soon as this work is finished. Chiclicnpox Among School Kids— i Chickenpoz is prevalent here and has caused many pupils to miss school. Bill Smith who was seriously sick, was not able to take part in the school play. Attendance in all grades has been depleted. Ministers and Wives Meet— The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer were hosts to the ministers and wives in the Forest City Methodist group Monday and an all-day meet- days. John ! Walshes were dinner guests at Blan- Beniar <l O'Donnell's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, daughter Mildred, and Nita Kui i low, all of Emmetsburg, were Sun- Wcdding Anniversary Observed—I day supper guests at Emil Kraft's Mr. and Mrs.j Rudolph Tietz Clarence Kraft, who is working at and Mr. and Miis. Earl Lauritzen, ! Ralph Priebe's, Bancroft, spent Burt, Leonard qiafsen, Ervin and the week-end at the parental Em- Wlnterson, all of Litchville, "'«• The Paul Olsons spent Sunday . were last week Wednesday, with Mr. and Mrs. George Harms , evening guests at Fred Haack's j Spirit Lake, and the Melvin Hawks I in honor if theJHaack 17th wed-1 family spent the day with the ding anniversar^. The Lltchvlllt Charles Hawks family, also there boys are cousins of Mrs. Haack. Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Parsons, of Another cousin, [Harry Warner, of i Storm Lake, with Edward Jordan Keouk. and e\ Errmin nf f-»tn**Aa and Wnri'v T>HIYM^ tr««—m_ . a pot-luck dinner served ing with at noon. Youth Down With Pleurisy- Dale, 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Olthoff, north of town, has been seriously sick with pleurisy, but was reported much Improved Monday. |«I!«II!IIIIIIIII!IIIII||IM • Cot GROCERY = ^B^ ^^ ^^ NOTICE!!! '• WE LEAD • Phones 271-272 SATVRDW OTHERS FOLLOW! g^roup spent the week-end there. Pheasant Hunters Numerous— Vorn TV» n\mrt J« A „ ir- T_I_ friende Other Lakotn News, Miriam Heetland, Kathleen Walsh, and Lawrence Stafford accompanied Virgil Smith to Lakota a week ago and visited here over the week-end. Miriam teaches at „, ,_, „ Galena, 111., just the other side ofji'. O- 5 16 Diihunufi rniri tho ntviov irr,i,r,o- ^ Q ^_ ocnroeder -i— — ..... Johnson, Lisbon, were wqek-end guests of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dacken. I^rs. Johnson, with her children, came as far as Dayton and visited | relatives there. Vern and Mr. Johnson went hunting while there. Vern is an insurance salesman, and Mr. Johnson Is an undertaker. There were many hunters here lapt week-end. and Harry Phipps, Knoxville, spent the week-end at Andrew Thornsen's. Doctor Parsons is a brother of Mrs. Thomsen; Mrs. Jordan, a cousin. Other Sunday dinnei guests there were Thomsen and Mrs. Mrs. Knud Orville Yan- Dubuque, and the other young people attend the University of Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winter, of Mason City, and a little daughter spent the week-end with relatives here, and Mr. Winter hunted pheasants. Mary Folghum accompanied them here to visit at Jerry Heetland's. The Rev. Mrs. Carl Hammer attended an adult Sunday school class party at the Ledyard church last week Thursday evening. There were some 20 people present. Mrs. Glen Yahnke is the class teacher. The H. B. Browns, Cedar Falls, were week-end visitors at Dr. H. H. Murray's. Mr. Brown, who ia a former Lakota school superintendent, comes back every pheasant- hunting season to bag a few birds. Mr. and Mrs. M. Kent, Cedar Rapids, visited here a week ago at C. R. and Ray Smith's, and Mrs. Ida Smith accompanied them to their home for a visit till Sunday. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw and Viola Thaves spent the week-end With relatives at Mason City. Banns Out for Two Couples at Wesley Wesley, Nov. 9—Banns df matrimony were announced for the first time at St. Joseph's Catholic church Sunday for Frank, son of Albert Blelch, and Minnie Kutschara, St. Benedict, who will be married at St. Benedict Tuesday, November 22. Banns have also been announced for the first time for Elliot, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt. and Edna Mae, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lickteig, < who will be married here the same day. Seven to Farm Bureau Tea- Mrs. Alex Kriieger, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. A. A Krueger, Mrs. Otto Jensen, Mrs. VV. C. Helter, jind Mrs. Henry attended a Farm Bureau tea at Mrd. Will Wiesbrod's, Fenton, Friday. Farewell for the Ifuhns— A farewell paky was given for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuhn at Fred Wegener's Sunday evening, and at- H. W. POST Dray an<l Tranntar STORAGE QFALL KINDS Long Distance Hauling Every load insured againM loss and damt.ge of ail txuot. Equipped to do all kind* of hauling and PHONE 868 Algrona. Iowa BIG MANAGER'S SALE NOW IN FULL SWING The Biggest Values We Have Ever Offered •—• ATTEND NOW .HUH.., Department Stores AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE We are prepared to meet any or all COMPETITION on reliable Automobile Insurance. If you are a Safe Driver we can furnish you with a bpecial Lck Priced Policy which will save you up to 40% providing you have no accidents or file a claim There is no MEMBERSHIP FEE or POLICY PEE but a good straight contract, easily read and understood. Remember our claim service is second to none Come in and talk it over. Kruse-Blossom Ins* Agency 125 ' Algona, I owa RINSO Large 19c S Winesap § APPLES = Texas Sci ^g Texas Seedless 8 for I GRAPEFRUIT 19c UEEBUOY 3 for 17c EE Fresh Boasted I PEANUTS 2 Qts. 13c 1 FARINA 2 Lb. Pkg 15c SOAP 3 for 17c 100 NAPKINS Pkg, 9c 5j Del Monte Laree | PRUNES •;_ SBRY^^ lib. CAN 49c 19 C MATCHES i i « 3 Boxes Popped WHEAT GRANULATED SUGAR Limit 10 , 45c WAX PAPER, 40-ft. roll 9c CHOCOLATE CREAMS, Ib 9cj ASST. BK.-FOOD _..____4 pkgs.29c RITZ CRACKERS, pkg. ........ 22c BR. SUGAR ____ 41b«,23c HEINZ SOUP Demonstration Saturday SOUP SALE 3 Reg, 15c cans 39c 12 cans $1.55 POW. SUGAR _ _ _ _ ______ 3 Ibt. 19c BAK. MOLASSES, q t __________ i& SEEDLESS RAISINS _____ 4 lb», 29c CELLO-COOKIE^, pkg. __ _____ 25c CELERY, bleachea, each ______ --» 5Lb«. 19c 79c 49 Lb. Bag $1.49 CHEESE SPECIALS Lb. No, 1 Cream CHEESE lie Amer, or Brick CHEESE Lb. Box. 396 LARD 9Lb. Carton 19e BACON SQUARES, Ib • CORN PEP BEEF SPECIALS CHUCK ROAST, Ib., . R»d or Sirloto. Ib. BARRY

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