Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1938
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•*•••• EXTRA VALUES IN Good Used Cars 1930 Chevrolet Coach, fine shape 995 1985 Ford I)e Luxe 2-door, heater defroster ___f275 1935 Pontiac Be Luxe Sedan, radio, heater, and defroster $425 1935 Bnick Sedan, heater and defroster .$425 K08SUTH CdtlKTf AftVAKCfi. 1937 OldsmoMle 8 De Luxe Sedan, 0 wheels, radio, heater and defroster $775 1936 Pontiac 6 1>e Luxe 2-door Sedan, radio, heater, and defroster ____J495 M:!198« Pontiac 8 l)e Luxe Sedan, radio, heater, and • defroster $595 1936 Buick De Luxe Sedan, heater, defroster __S549 See these car bargains before you buy. Liberal Terms and Trades. Birum-Olson Co. Algona, Iowa Phone 121 HAMPSHIRE BOARS FOR SALE. 1 — Mike Lose, Algona. 8tfu AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8u30tf FOR SALE — ONE OF ALGONA'S finest homes. Priced to sell.— Ask Advance. 12pl2 more, on pavement.—Mike Higgins. 16pll-12 FOR SALE—14 DUROC BOARS, April farrow, weight around 200 to 250 each. Price, $20, $25, and $30 each.—J. P. Mousel, Bancroft, la. 22p9-12 i STOft AT CORWITH DAMAGED IK BLAZE Corwith, Dec, 6—A fire which might have been disastrous, waA discovered In the basement of the Quality Store at 4 a. m. last week Monday. Glen McClellan,, who operates McClellan's lunch -room across the street from the 6tore, noticed the fire In the basement, ran up to the telephone office, and awakened the operator, Alma Carlson, who sounded the alarm. A number of fire-fighters arrived, and the fire was extinguished before any great damage was done, though several cases of goods were destroyed and. considerable damage was done by smoke and water. The* store carries a large i stock of general'merchandise, and | a good portion of this was stored in i the basement In case .lots. Among j this stock was several cases of matches, and-it Is thought that these either tipped over or were chewed by mice, starting the fire. The buidlng is owned by B A Ross and J. A. ZJweltel, owners of the store, and besides furnishing room for the store, the building has office room for thp Fh-at Qt a t n bank. O. N. Stilson Land Co , Dr P «,, ~ e , y ' Dr ' a c - stu ». the Corwith Telephone exchange, and the Masonic hall. HOSPITALS Riley, Lone Mrs. Elliot IJecembef Roek, tonalllectomy; Sklllmg, Algona, boy. December 6—'Florence Johnson trvlngton, appendectomy. December 7—Jf. 0. Miller, Lu- Verne, medical. GENERAL. December 1—Mrs. Chas. Bashara, Ledyard, girl; Mrs. William Wetzel, Lone Hock, major surgery; Eugene Radlg, Lone Rock, tonsil- adenoldectomy; Mrs. Walter Rich, Burt, boy. December 4—Mrs. Tage Jensen, Algona, medical. December 6— Pauline Algona, medical. December 7—Oscar Nielsen, Ruthven, major surgery; Mrs. REWRITES Briefs sarnmAriKlng prln« clpnl news In Tnesdftj's Upper l)es Molncs. A LAWSUIT pending in the dls* trict court for 15 years was finally cleared up this week, when a $300 rtAREJCE W, JOMFS, 4f>, d . in the flaming wreckage of 'His trailer home at the feaf of ' the Chas. Heard blacksmith shot* Oil west State street At 3 o'clock Sat- WWW ¥ ^JT. ploded Idyd TUflier, (timed Th oil ex- illl Bowman, of Bleggers, ery. F Lu Verner major surg- FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS.— P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock.' SuStf j FOR SALE — DUROC JERSEY! boars.—Leo Kollasch, Whittemore. 8pll-12 FOR SALE —. A FEW DUROC Jersey boars.—Marty Bros., Lu Verne - 10(2)11-13 FOR SALE— TWELVE SPOTTED Poland China boars. Also two 18- months old and two fall yearlings Carl Paetz, Phone 33 F121, Algona 21-p-10-12 INSURE YOUR SEALED CORN -with L. S. Bohannon, Hutchison Bldg - 9 (3) 12 WANTED—A GOOD YOUNG SAD- dle horse about 1100 pounds, for cash or will trade good young fresh Guernsey heifer. Call Ad-1 vance. 20-p-12 Truck Cuts in on Autoful of Women Wesley, Dec. 6—Mrs. Jos. Goetz, and other occupants of her car narrowly escaped Injury In an accident east of Algona .Sunday. Riding with Mrs. Goetz were Mrs George Goetz, Mrs. Harry Johnson,' Mrs. John Loebig, and Mrs. Victor Loebig, returning from a C. D A neeting at Algona. A truck from J'orest City which passed the Wesleyans turned back to the right •s de of the road too soon and the fiont bumper of the Goetz car was caught. The truck lost Its balance and rolled over Into the ditch, badly damaged. Mrs. Goetz lad the presence of mind to head her car directly into the ditch thereby avoiding an upset. The car was driven home by her husband, notified toy the women who were taken to town by paseersbv. ^ ck er was called to tow the to town. Many Attend Rites for O. P. McDonald The 0. P. McDonald funeral at Burt last week Thursday at the Burt Presbyterian church drew a capacity attendance, Including many from Algona, and the floral display was elaborate and beautiful. The Masons occupied most of the mam body of the The Rev. Jos T)I • " ""* -»^\*I*IKJ, jJuoLur preached an eloquent sermon. Mrs M G. Bourne, Algona, sang two solos. The funeral was in charge of C. B. Chipman, Burt undertaker and pallbearers were Jesse Blanchard, Lone Rock; W. E. Bleich F L. Pratt,. C. C. Smith, Fred Slaughter, and P. L. Dremmel all of Burt. The three sons and their Tj ve s were in attendance, but the daughter, Mrs. O. F. Kraushaar, Northampton, Mass., who spent some weeks with-her father last summer, was unable to come claim, which was for $16,823. Interest during the period would have.made the amount $30,000. The suit grew out of the closing of the Farmers State bank, Bancroft, In 1924, and Kossuth county and the late Blanche Grose, then county treasurer, were plaintiffs, while the bank, with F. X. Meacher, Dan E. Lynch, Henry Naber, Jos. F. Menke, A. T. Foth, and H. E. Jan- vrln, were defendants. A series of transfers'of titles lodged notes in the-hands of Mr. Foth, who In the end was a plaintiff as well as a defendant. The county received bank receiver dividends in the sums of $2,279.31, and $1,471.72. A COUPLE named Hood, of Fort Dodge, were lucky last week Thursday, when their automobile skidded on Icy pavement north of Bancroft and landed in the ditch, where it turned completely over, coming to rest with top up. The Corwith Car, Wagon in Crash in a Fog Corwith, Dec. auditorium occupants were not hurt. The car narrowly missed collision with Supervisor P. J. Helken's. MRS. tUCV JTEWIIALT,, Ruthven, was' seriously injured in " an automobile accident near Wesley Saturday, suffering a fractured collarbone, torn ligaments, and internal Injuries. She was a passenger In one of two cars which collided at a crossroads. A third car hit the other two. THE IRVlffGTOtf rural mail route has been shortened, part of it having been added to one out of Algona. The Algona route now returns via a timber road. Benefit- Ing by the change are the Dick Skilling, the J. C. Mawdsleys, the Robert Gaffneys, the Halsruds, and the Mc'Culloughs. FOR SALE—USED RADIOS, battery sets and electric sets.—Joe Bloom. _ FOR SALE—SPOTTED POLAND China boars, vaccinated, price $18 and $25 each.—Howard Witham, 4% miles west of junction 169 and 18._ 23pll-12 FOR SALE —PUREBRED Spotted' Poland China boars, cholera immune.—Peter Hilbert, Wesley. pl2 YOUR HEATING PROBLEM — Write Green - Colonial, Des Momes, for latest information on home heating. Advise number of rooms in your home. (i2j FLOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish A new improved method guarantee- Ing satisfaction.—Cowan Building & Supply Co. Indian Bnsketecrg Bated. Corwith, Dec. 6-The Sioux Indian star team from the Rosebud Indian reservation of South Dakota will meet the MuIIins Hybrids here this week Thursday. The Kanawha Independent team Avill plav the seconds here the same even- NOTICE—SEE OUR NEW 1^,-volt radio, $17.95. — Coast To Coast! Store. /T, o ' . V_«-L4 I FOR SALE—JAPANESE HULLESS ' WINTER-PROOF YOUR ROOF popcorn. Really pops. — Merle i We'll tell you how to do it ec> W 0 ii 0 .^«,. f 9pi2-15 nomically. ~ " FARM SALE LUNCHES. SEE D J. Freeh for your sale, 81" E 12pl2-13 - -— -., eco-—... Roll roofing, cedar S o!^ es ,; '-oof. Paint, etc. - Phone _- w , , f _,_... J/U..UI,, CLU. J. IlUilC 22.9. F. S. Norton & Son. (12) Elm st ; " """" 12pl2-13 HOME LOANS — MONTHLY RE• . I duction or straight term Titln FOR SALE-GUERNSEY yearling 2 FHA loans low interest rates no from a cow giving 450 Ibs. b. f.—' commission. Loans for all pur- urville Ramse, Swea City. I2p Poses.—Algona Federal Savings & —— — . Loan Ass'n. 2Rn8tf USED HEATING STOVE-IP YOu'^— —have one and wish to sell it—! CUJB PAp ER TO READ, speech try an Advance Want Ad. ' to give - anything to bind for keep~ ~~ — ___ i ing, briefs or notes to nrpsprv**? FOR SALE- REGISTERED RED : Get a handsome colored brief and Poll Bulls. Maurice Beruhard. j report filing cover, letterhead Bancroft. 9-p-lO-ii-i2, j size, at the Advance office for lOc PUREBRED HAMPSHIRE BOARS for sale. Can be registered.— Joseph Thorn, Lu Verne. 12p9-12 FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMP- shire male hogs, 2 weeks only.— W. C. Taylor, Sexton. 12pll-12 FOR SALE - BLACK POLAND China boars.—Wm. Maasdam, 4 miles northwest Lu Verne. 12pll-13 FOR SALE—PUREBRED DUROC boars, immune and healthy, $15 520.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 13pllgl2 FOR SALE—DUROC BOARS. 2'/> miles northeast of Ledyard" Price, $18.—William Poppe. 13pll-12 FOR SALE, BARGAINS—40-ACRL > farm, $40 acre; 240 well improved farm, $75 acre; modern dwelling, with acreage, at bargain. Al near Swea City. No trades—C F :Berggren. Swea City. 30(2)12-13 Ann Tape Tomato KKTCHilP 00 2 if-»/. bots 23 c Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, making early morning driving difficult. Ray Bonnstetter, who started out early Monday morning on Highway 60, suddenly saw an object loom up before him and it turned out to be the Gerheart Olson big wagon -with a load of soy beans. Mr. Bonnstetter was traveling slowly, tut was" unable to stop before he had given the beans a jolt. The car was damaged £ i y ' but the beans wer e not spilled. Less .than a year ago Mr Bonnstetter was driving on the same road on a foggy morning and was at almost the same place when his car slipped into the ditch blankete'd'corwith and -the*vicinity ~?^ ™ A NS™JfTS locked in ~ —---.. ^-f^r *uoiYG\_L 111 the city "hotel" under the Lensing grocery got into a fist fight Friday night and the place was bloody next morning when the police let them out. Mayor Specht decided to release all of the men on condition that they leave town. THE HIGH SCHOOL, basksteers ost their first game this season Friday, to Emmetsburg, 29-21, on he local floor, and the local reserves also lost to the visitors, DIVORCE decrees have been sntered in. favor of Ralph L. Gilette against Clara E. Gillette and n favor of Thomas L. Steven igainst Eva Steven. "A New Fur Coat Christmas" I "Why You Old Dear l * am So Thrilled!" ' Who wouldn't get a thrill from a Marshall & Swiff r -jwirt rurCoat A Lovely Gift For Furs, like Diamonds, linger in the memory. Buy her a Fur Coat for Christmas The newly remodeled ELITE i. a delightful place to and the merchandise i. the latest at the most attractive ' and Saturday '' _ ^B . ^^^k , ".. ^ _ . December 9 and 10 ^o^^n^r di8Play ' *"" dra ' tical * «**. Mr. Joe Woolworth, Expert furrier, will be in charge It pays to shop at THE ELITE I Dairy Farmers Need Heln —Servo More linttar! MUTTER, 00 OOC Ann Pago Tomato Sauce ItnAJTS •* f •? 28-oz. cans J. O C .MAN WANTED FOR RAWLEIGH I Route, in East Emmet and Northwest Kossuth counties. Real opportunity for right man. We help ,you get started.—Write Rawleigh's Dept. IAL-10-0, Freeport. 111. 2Gpl2 FOR SALE—FOUR REGISTERED Holstein bulls. OTA records on dams. Herman Soderberg Ban- c j; oft - 13-P-10-12 LOST—SEVEN SPOTTED H\MP- shire pigs. All have right ears marked. — Prosper Frideres. Lu Verne. 12l>12 WANTED, DUCKS AND G-EESR- ducks, no pound; geese, lOc pound.—Welp's Produce, Bancroft. _ 13(2)12 FOR SALE-4-YEAR-OLD roan mure and colt, or trade for grain.—Kenneth Gould, Algona •> miles north, V 2 mile west. 20pl2 WANTED — YOUNG MEN WITH some retail sales experience Ap- takea by a PP°i"trnent.-- 14C32. 'POOS 91J} iSJEOq .rugged, easy-feeding kind. Good bunch to pick from. Cholera 1m- ;mune. Also rams and Shorthorn i bulls. Come see them at once. Ben jbtuder. Wesley. 33 (2) 10-13 USED BARGAINS — GOOD USED Monarch all-porcelain coal and I wood ranges; two good porcelain tuo ga s motor washing machines- one porcelain enameled Majestic ,'ninge, in good condition, $25.00.— Howard Hardware. 30C12 FOR SALE—1337 PLYMOUTH SE- dan, 1935 Chrysler coupe, heater radio new tires, 1934 Plymouth iq e ,- pj 56 c , oach ' 1929 Ford tudor, i.Jo( (.hrysler sedan, heater, radio and overdrive.—Maxwell Motors. ' 28pl2 MY BEAUTIFUL $650 PLAYER piano and rolls for $49.60 before moving $5 a month to responsible party. Write me today and I will tell you where in Algona my player piano may be seen.—Write Mrs Mary Schultz, route 5, bo" 2 " \ Waukesha, Wisconsin. All flavors gelatin dessert SPARKLE 8 Slutuna Peanut BUTTER, 2.1b. jar ___ NECTAR TEA— Black I (ina COCOA, 2-11). Can _._ N. B. C. Premium CRACKERS, i f 1-Lb. box J.OC Jtorden's American loaf CHEESE, Af »-lb. box 45 C FOUR-YEAR-OLD MARE and colt''THE FIRST TRUST TOW-P c, , for sale or trade for grain—Ken i • rl " J>1 musT JOINT Stock Hl ll l ^? Uld ' ~ miles north - % mile I Land Bank of Chicago owns and west Algona. 21pl 2 offers for sale farms of all types WANTED — GENERAL TRUCK- ing and hay baling done at any time.—Ralph Hurlburt, phone 207 Lone Rock. 15pl2 ' FOR SALE— PURE BRED POL- and China boars vaccinated % mile E and 3 north of Hutchin's. Roy Wiseman. 17-p-lO-lS FOR SALE — POLLED SHORT- horn bulls and Manchester black and tan rat terrior pups. — Frank Riebnoff, Burt. 15pl2 in almost every county in Iowa at , attractive prices and upon easy terms. Write W. F. Urenn, Fieldman, Plymouth, Iowa, or Harold ^Oldham, Iowa Sales Supervisor, 4229 Beaver Crest Drive, Das Moines. FWND-^STTCAY PIGS. OWNER can have by paying for care of •>lgs and this ad.^Osear Egesdahl, llgona, Route 1. 19(2)12-1. SX)R SALE — PUREBRED SPOT- ted Poland China boars. " nated. 3 mjleo northwest WHY PAY MORE WHEN YOU can get the best quality certified seed available at the following prices' ^f etdr °P- IW.60 per bu.; medium mil, J5.50 per bu; large hill,' $4.50 per bu.--Charles Hildm&n, So. Wesley; H. B. Seeley, Algona- anil Stoffel, Algona; Earl Ell K. \Vhittemore, authorized dealers of Farmers' Hybytd. .' i'RUNKS, Size 80-00, 5 Ibs. Seedless RAISINS, 4 Ibs. Northern Linen-Ized TISSUE, e Koii O C ENGLISH WALNUTS, Ib. XIXKD NUTS, 2 lUs. PAN ROLLS, Dozen PURE LARD, 2 Ibs. ... • SPECIAL • Electric Waffle Iron Christmas Value $2.49 Sunbeam Mixmaster Complete with juicer attachment $23.75 20c National Potato Week Feature! Stock up uow! POTATOES 1 O A Peck, J.OC Texas Seedless | GRAPEFRUIT, O/l ^ Size 96, dozen .. OUC NAVEL ORANGES, _"" Q 1 „ Size 176, dozen £ J. C A&P FOOD STORES Hot off the press! The Decent-1 ber issue of «WOMAH»S DAY"~| Electric Mantel Clocks Special $3.65 While you were playing golf, picnicking, or trying to find a cool place we were planning on a joyous Christmas for you. We have combed the markets for Ideas to make ideal Christmas gifts. Our stock is now' unpacked, Jt is clean, fresh, and the latest styles in everything In the gift line. We urge you to come in early, look over our shelves, pick your gifts for the whole family. If it's to be a lasting gift it should be a gift of hardware, bought at this reliable store. Universal Gas Range and Shellane Installed with Shellane Regular Price $128.50 Christinas Special $99.50 Complete Irolmbly If there Weren't little children, nobody would have- ever thought of Christmas us we know it! And if there was" no Christmas those little chil- are,, W ould be missing so much. Ihey were just made for each other—those adorable tots and the yuletide, and we have ey- erything that appeals to the IfUf* °rl Tr^ llHd ' for » lft shoppers. it HE is ten or sixty he ««» 6 w oy i our lar&e t001 «ollee- Jion. ^o doubt he will enjoy long hours in his work shoj with some of the additional Itemajye are able to show you. Globe D^ch Oven Ranges f Athens Cast Iron Full Porcelain Coal Haute ' Regular p rice ^ 79 50 Christmas Special $59.95 A Complete Stock of Pyrex ^^•—— Electric Percolators Shavemasti The Ideal 1 'Cllt for Him $1 Down »0c Per Week 1 Wizard Shoe Skates $3.98 and $4.49 TWO-SLICE TOASTER Priced at $1.19 OY TRAINS With Six Coaches $1.95 Play Chinker-Chek New Chinese CHECKER GAME 49c HQt Hot Oven Bakeware Casserole With chronium finish frame, $149 CORN POPPER3- With f tirring handle in cover Electric $1; ftove 49c ARCADE TOYS Tractort, Dump Carts Fire Engines, and Many Other Popular Toy»,25c,49c,98c 2 Qt. Ice Cream FREEZER , Freezer ~_$2.95 at Ne^ir Low Pri( 32-pc,et New Pattern DINNERWARE Open Stock Pattern $3.98 Christmas Regular Set •i^ 14-pieceToy Road Construction I Set Only Complete Stock QkOBE DUTCH OVEN RANGE9 >,5Q f 119.50, 139.f You'll find the Beit ^^7^^ Gifts at Ho ward

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