Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1938 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1938
Page 11
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1, 1938. KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA fb* Cfriy f*«l *•»•* «*»•• you continuous, even —tfK H«rtthl«»t Heat in the World ~> MMfeaf -~ Dependable — SAFE — Get at H* be»t — try STRAY SEAM COAL Sixty at E. L. Rally at Burt PAGE THRE1 and the corn crop was <v bumper. and and Mr. Long spent Sunday at Oscar Anderson's, New Richland, Minn. I The Charles Potters, Algona, the Roy Cooks, West Bend, Mlrs. Ferdinand Albright, and the latter's son Robert were Sunday dinner guests at Ralph Albright's. . TREATED by t-he origihal SPARED the MODERN WAY IlllS M.OII.JDi.jn I .FURNACE* STOVE* STOKER ttsSord Lumber Co. ter him Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Roetnian, Mrs. H. G. McMullen, and E|dw. Weiske were business visitors j at None 256 Jim Tool Watch the Orange Colored Trucks Monday. She ia a student at j the State Teachers college. j Mrs. D. W. Smith, who has been BASKET BALL FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON Algona • vs lEmmetsbur! See the Algona Bulldogs, count}' and sectional champions last season open their 1038 schedule. High School Gymnasium Friday, Dec. 2 First Game Starts at 7:30 P. M. Algona Reserves vs. Enrnietsburg Reserves Admission 25c and 20c SEASON TICKETS ON SALE BUTHMANIS SPEAKER IN THEEVENING Curt, Nov. 29—Some 60 people attended a sub-district Epworth League rally here Sunday afternoon. Bible cla'sses were conducted by the Revs. Messrs Patterson THonka, Nelson, Lu Verne, an' McDowell, Swea City. There was al«o a Bible exhibit which included a dozen editions in five languages. A .social hour and supper were followed by a candlelight service at which the Rev. J. C. Buthman, Algona district Methodist .superintendent was speaker. The services were held at the local Methodist church. Meet fur Ames Thanksgiving— Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and and Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle drove. to Ames on Thanksgiving day, and , .. M » rvln ho t p i tht , there were met by the H. L. Sau- at the Marvln notel tms ermans, of Sigourney, and Eugenia) May Kriethe, who had been visit-', ing the Sauermans a week or two. | All the others were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kriethe at Thanksgiving dinner at the Sheldon-Munn hotel, and Eugenia came home with her parents, Mrs. Sauerman is a Staehle daughter. Woman's Club Has I'rogram— County Legiort-Aux Will Meet at Hurt visiting children near Winnebiftfo, Minn., wil come down to help «•!•* brate the occasion, will be held relatives at. the Keefe borne. A at birthday noon for Lloyd Schenclt, Burt, county adjutant, announces that a county Legino-Auxiliary monthly meeting . — — ,_, w :j]i jje held at the new Legion hail Junior Slgler, Algona, spent tha at B urt Tuesday evening, Decem- week-end with his grandparents, ber 8( at 8 p . „,., wlth Ray Mc . Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus. Mr. whorter, county Legion command- and Mrs. Edw. Blumer came up ( af- ;er j or 193.^ and , Mrs _ p e tenson, of tmo Swea City, new county Auxiliary president, presiding. Details of program are not yet There will be a dance available. Mason City last week TuesdaV. ifunch served"by the"'Burt O unit of K. J. Smith took his daughter f) )c Auxiliary. Mary Ann back to Cedar "*-"- Falls, atlves at New Hampton and Cresco, returning Monday. In poor health a long time, ha6| W j|_h ^ ne f] u§ been worse again in the last week or two. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle, Mr. ' two - . j and Mrs. Wm, J. Martinek, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bnhling went to-Ames | Mr9 -pfa.rik Seeteldj, Brodhead, last week Monday to visit | her W is., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter to daughter Mrs. George Schroeder. Barrel and Clarence Riddle,; Upper Iowa university students, [were calling on Burt friends Monday. The Commercial club will meet Mrs. Hullerman, Sterling, 111., spent Monday night at A. J. Martinek'a. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ventelchev, Osage, Rose Ann, Venita, and Leon The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. Condit Bowie'!-', with Mrs. F. L. Ryerson as assisting hostess. Our Literary Heritage Tuesday evening. Raymond Roetman Is sick i with j a gland trouble. Mrs. Carl Reynolds last week. was spent from last week Wednesday ^veek: tl n Saturday at the son Lambert's and attended the wedding of the son Cyril on Thanksgiving day, . lalso the wedding dance at Sexton i slck Friday evening. Dearsches are helping Frank Ho- Mrs. Robert Keefei will be a year Doan SPECIAL CROWN Union I NOW RUM AT STANDARD OIL DIALERS! Mrs. Petra Larson served a Thanksgiving dinner to the] Ed- and Rudolph Lar, the Franz Teeters, Hobarton, "": «»•»» Mrs. Marie Christenson,) Clar- wlu nave "• (lilt? 1TJ.1 O« J-'-tai *C \J*il Jk>i.vj*>J v"y/ v*u- was the topic, and the program in-1 enoe chrletenson, and Ross! Buf- cluded roll call on favorite QUO-| f ington f am j}i es , and the ] Verne tations. Writers of Today was Esther Hodgson's subject, and a book study. The Flowering of New England, by Van Wyck Brooks, was i given by Mrs. "W. A. Peters. Teeters, Hobarton. for her R. N.. U Donna Jean and Joan, small] daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Stan-' ley Gardner, have been sick with the flu. Donna Jean's tonsils are the cause of her trouble, and they to be removed. Boevers, near Fenton, of Geo. W. Boevers, Union, has not been well of late. He in m °The S HenryMert Z and DalUtru-i Reason and their daughter Mary ine «eniy mei w a u 'Carol, were guests at Sunday din- thers families spent IftahKsgiv -„.„__--„,.. FAST-FIRING FRACTIONS, STORED LAST SUMMER... NOW "READY-TO-60" IN RED CROWN! Saves Gasoline in Start-up and Warm-up and gives you maximum Winter mileage! YOUR ENGINE STARTS up with the quickness of a finger-snap with Standard Red Crown... Your motor warms up so rapidly you save gasoline and get maxi- mum Winter mileage. This economy results directly from the extraordinary facilities of Standard Oil. During the Summer millions of gallons of "light", highly volatile fractions of gasoline are imprisoned in refrigerated tanks. Those volatile fractions blended into Standard Red Crown, get your car under way speedily on the coldest days. Try this gasoline just once and you'll use it constantly. ©1938 ing with the sister Mrs. Dean An-, nei drews, near Bunt, and otheri guests Hoove-rs, the liuclls Off for Florida- Mr, and Mrs. H. 0. Buell, Mr. j and Mrs. P. J. Kriethe, and the! Kriethe daughter Eugenia were L were dinner guerta Monday evening at ^ . T Yo ungs, the Howard An- A. H. Meinzer's. This was a fare- '-'"J" 11 *««'*.. welil courtesy for Mr. and Mrs. Buell, who a.re leaving this week Wednesday for another winter at St. Peterburg, Fla. at Frank Thompson's. START "JUST LIKE THAf" AND GET MAX/MUM MILEAGE WITH STANDARD RED CROWN FOR WINTER Former School llcnd Calls— ,, , The Donald Wiers, A'del, called I were Sunday dinner :guesti on Mrs. Maude Hanna Saturday. ] home of the latter s uncl They were on the way home from | ""f w ^ Eetherville, where they had spent "" drews family, the Van Ottosen, the Arch S'truthersifamily,! Sulphur Springs, and Mrs} Rosa Andrews. The latter is visiting her chidlren here. Mr. and Mrs. Howard j Sparks at the Orrin Britt. ; Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving. Mr. Weir is a former superintendent of schools at Burt. He is now superintendent at Adel. Mrs. Gralmm Sick Again— Mrs. J. H. Graham, who had been sick several weeks but was able to be out again had a relapse efarily in the week, and is again confined to bed. Her sister, GIRLS! See all the beau- ful dolls! There are more lovely babies in Toytown —all sizes and all prices. Bring mother to see them. 17-inch drinking wetting doll 13}&-in. drinking wetting doll — 16-inch and Mrs. R. A. IMff, came Saturday to Webster City, care for her. and ___ 49c Dol- 49* 25* 25* Adorable ly ____ Diaper Baby — Bag Doll Doll Raincape Beret Set — tt-room doll house with 67 pieces of furniture complete TOYS FOR BOYS TOO f\ BEN FRANKLIN Beat «0!4 Man Winter" to the Punch! U'a Time to Arrange for Your Coal Supply! llome heating weather is just around KS^S^MS rush. ' ~-*3&£ss~ Fartlnls Make Calls Here— ; Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fardal, Adel, called on Burt friends Saturday. Mr. Fardal formerly taught here and had charge of the band, and his wife, Margaret, former Fenton teacher, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom, Algona. Richmnmig Tislt at Bcadlyn— The Rev. L. Richmanns went to Readlyn last week Thursday for a Visit till Friday with Mr. Rich- niann's sister, Mrs. Lewis Widdel, who was celebrating a birthday. DOR Bite Causes Blooflpolsonlng—- W. R. Carney was laid up several days last week with blood- poisoning caused by a dog bite, le is able to be around again now. Other Bnrt News. Mr. and Mrs. John Recker and Mary Lee Peters spent Thanksgiving at Jos. Re'cker's Sr..at Ban- roft. The Arthur Fandela spent Sunday with Mrs. Fandel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Brennan, Bmmetsburg. Dale Kennedy Mason City, spent the day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T Kennedy. Mrs. Bernice Peterson Sioux Falle, spent the week-end at 0. P. McDonald's. Joyce and Maxine Graham epen a few days last week at the Em met home at Mason City. Mary Frances Carney, Algona, spent tn Thanksgiving vacation with he grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K ^Banker 'and Mrs. J. T. Heane spent the week-end with Mr. Hean ey's mother at Kieeter, Minn. M and Mrs. Glenn Hilyard, Corwith were Sunday dinner guests at Banker H. E.-Rachut'8. Mrs. Velma MoBride and Kenneth Cook went to Whittemore Sunday to get Phyllis and Milton MoBride, who 'had spent a few days there with their aunt, Mrs. R. A. Bartlett. . . Lawrence Stainbrook went to Sioux Rapids Monday. He has a job there with the R. E. A. Mr. and Mrs. P. L- Stainbrook spent week - end with Bricelyn relatives. . The Harry Sewictes, spent the Thanksgiving at Mrs. Laura Sewick'e , and all, with the J. G. Sewicks, were dinner guests Saturday at Leason's. m Henry Long, Richland Wis., spent the week-end at K. A, Bleieh's, and Mr. 'arid Mrs. Sunday dinner guests at the home of the latter's nephew, Clifford Krantz, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brayton, Sexton, were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Waive.l Moyer. ' j 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seefeld, ot i Brodhead, Wis., and a j nephew,] Walter Hullerman, Sterling, 111., I with his wife, arrived Sunday for a visit at Amos Angle's. Mr. and Mrs. Seefeld are former residents of this community, Waving once lived on the farm now owned by Frel Girres. It is 17 years s-jnce they left. Frank is' a brother of Chris and John Seefeld, Algona 1 , and the visitors have also visited them. They are to go home this week Wednesday. Aline Martinek, Waterloo tea'cn- er, spent the Thanksgivjng vacation with her parents, and Sunday accompanied her uncle, Wm. J. Martinek, and hisfamilyias far as Charles City en route back to Waterloo.* The Martineks v sited rel- Smart—New Living Room Suites A wide range of covers and styles to select front. At Pre-Inventory Sale Prices. 1 j ',1 BUY YOUR GIFTS NOW Our Gift items have been carefull selected and are sure to please those who receive them. A piece of furniture is an enduring gift, serving as a happy reminder of the donor. the Minn., , Ireton, week-end Arthur Center, —one of the newest of engagement and wedding ring ensccibles by yellow solid gpld, and ablaze with fine diamonds. • ThePiitr $10p A.OORCHARDl Drug* and Jewelry SRtlTR A Bedroom Suite with a new Dawn or Ostermour Spring filled mattress going at Pre-Inventory Sale Prices Lounging Chair with spring filled cushions. Wide range of covers. Also tike smaller pull-np chairs. Pre-Inventory Sale Prices Desk and Chair in walnut and maple finishes. Kneehole pr wall style. Select early and avoid the last minute rush. your, coal supply ries when your bin is <jtoy, and relax! fuel . order to- MORTON AUTOMOBILE We are we are to meet any or »U COMPETITION J ble Automobile Insurance. saw ^"WMBWS^S* a good straight contrtct. easily reat **^~<q*j?SSitSS. Kiwe-BloMom fofc AJeney andi .deratood. Come Lamp* Floor and table, Genuine Aladdin WMp-o- Ltte shades, A gift for all Make your selection early. Table. Occasional, lamp, coffee, and end. Very useful in the home.Tre- Inventory Sale prices. Card Tables In a wide range of colors. Price range $1.00 to $7.90 Picture* You will fin4 just wiiat you want in land* scapes, sacred and floral. Foster

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