Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1938 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1938
Page 10
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KOSSUTtt COUNTY iffttttRSPAY Torn FRIEND AT MEAL TOTE • FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DECEMBER » AND 10 Quantity Beef Sale Add to the enjoyment of the Holidays by having on hand a quarter of beef bought at the special price for this neck-end. FRONT QUARTER BEEF, pound HIND QUARTER BEEF, pound ___ Pork Loin Roast, Ib. __22c, 19c and 13c Beef Steak, Sirloin & Short Cuts, Ib. 18c Beef Steak, Round and Swiss, Ib. __23c SMOKED BACON SQUARES, Ib. -------------- IS* FRESH SMOKED WIENERS, Ib --------------- 18* CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS, Ib. _____________ 22* Beef Roasts, Ib. __________ 16c and 13c Mrs. D. W. Smith, 64, Dies f hui^day arth. AH % n £*toi SERVICES FOR BURT WOMAN HELD SUNDAY Hurt, Dec. 7 — Funeral services for Mrs. D. W. Smith, who died at her home In Portland township, Thursday after a lengthy illness, were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church, the Rev. C. B. Mitchell, Buffalo Center, preaching the sermon. The Rev. Thoburn Spelcher and the Rev. A. H. Wood, Good Hope, assisted in the service. Burial was in the Burt cemetery- HUka Jaspers was born August came , ast ' nea ' *fu~^*~~i—~*~~—~~—~~~*-~*'—^*~*' f i Mr. Johansen. collects cream for the Bancroft creamery, but was unable to secure a house there. Rural carriers L. H. Sehtmok and G. C. Glddlngs, end their families will attend the county carriers Christmas party In the Ma- sonlc hall at Algona Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Morgan, Chicago, spent the week-end at Martin Griese homes. LONE ROCK R. T. Angus, son Robert, daughter Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer, and Mrs. N. L. Cotton left last week Wednesday for Oklahoma. En route they spent that night with Mr. and . j ^ 11. I Mrs. George Crow, Farber, Mo., and B week-end at the Tmirsday they vls it e d the Clarence « ° Dunba !'sallsburys, Eldorado, Kans. They aunt iwent on Friday to 1-awton, Okla., , lt t th Dr H _ A< AngU3 . n, ^ of Mrs. Greise and Mr. Dundae. The Golden Rule Sunday school , class will meet at Mrs. Bertha. , fh lanned to be gone Sch'wletert'e next week day afternoon. Mrs. James 01- lom will he assistant hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson, Dows, came Mon'day for a few day? with Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Worden. Florence Heerdt, Hector, Minn., spent two wMk* her*. Mr. arid Mra^ 'frank tfklg -weire and Mrs _Jftday diniMSf gtieitts '0* Mrs. Car- son'n till .,,,, Ilimv ....,, ollne ACkartttfttt, Mtt* The Walter The navT , Thontt«OJt» ,W«fe altetettOn guests Sunday mmW„ Bler «(Ji, at. Clarence Ackereon'*, Bancroft Household^. *",**** at M«L... n_i«u tti.t.ii..i.M. 11.1 n '*-'tjrt{i pi 8 'n honor » Mrs. A.rle Dittmer, of Burt, and Mrs. James Knoll spent last week Monday at James Wadsworth's, and Mrs. George Sears, Good Hope,, and a daughter were Tuesday dinner guests there. W. 'C. Heiter received word . , fhe Ralph HuWbttrta, the Behronda family, Seneca, and Slo- holder's btm, V boIdt.Behfenfts'.were dlnne'f guests stedt spent th« at Alton JMrl'bUrt'*, Whlttembre. iBierstedi'a, n,, r Will Chrlstensdn and his son! Raymond Ronald, made a' Waterloo Tuesday/ Schroedefa spent; Sunday at Harry Hetiv Mnrinw f* ' »;i_i. -. «»t_'_»V,: *•*- ^' — ^ ^I-i-i-lA,. .:•- " •'•«4*j .-.j * t _._... _ ' IU *> trip to Per guests .The Henry i home. SchmellHig's, The J. Sunday afternoon guests at ArthM', Zumach's, The Rev. L. Richmann, Burt, Was a last week Wednesday guest at Rudolph Peter's. •Mrs. Alex Radig attended a shower for Selma Meyer at the Lutheran Iwochlal school at Whlt- temore Sunday. The Joe Cufibertfions spent Sunday afternoon at Andrew Kading's, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. George Maa'dsen, 'Bradgate, were at tho Dan Harris home, and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough were, at John Newbrough's, Humboldt. The Edw. Blanchards, Irvington spent Sunday at M. E. Blanchard's. The Lawrence Newbrough«.were R -^-^ d ~: a " tonSiliedtomy' last) Saturday ,,,,7 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex weekThurflday atx the Kossuth hos- Mrs. Macumbcr. 'Mr., nrnw «. with Loi 8 nnd «"?.'. the *** Bu lle M M. Blanchards Were dinner guests Burt. Mr ami thdt day at H. A. iBlanehaVd'a, and Rockwell htv n the Chester Almes wefe gueats at E. Trainer, iCm - j George 1'ctut 's u A. A. Krueger'8. ' M ' J •Dorothy MefCllsh, Bancroft, open- fl cn s wore dinner ml. ' M 1 a beauty shop here last Week Padgett's, Algona. at ed Wednesday. Frank Mucuinbcr ._ „. .....•• I, --»••" """-uillDer nnil hi Eugene, son of.Mi-. and Mrs. Alex Mrs. Lloyd Mot,,., \v a i c .| Large >'o. 2}6 can A popular fruit in snliids 9c White Cherries Jtig, western Koyal Anne Cherries, and In Frnte Gel Gelatine dessert. 'WHITE LOAF' Baking Contest Your favorite recipe may win one of the many valuable prizes, inquire at Council Oak for information in regard to this contest. Black Walnut Meats '/4 *£? He Chopped IHiick Walnut Meats sprinkled on top of Pumpkin Pie is wonderfully good; also fine in cakes and home made fudge. 19c These small, crisp, round crackers are the general favorite for soup and for crackers and milk. Morning Light Syrup 10 ST 1 47c Pure, wholesome, amber syrup to serve on pancakes, waffles, and corn bread. Oyster Crackers Smith. They made their home near 1908, when they near ter, Mrs. C. C. A'dams. The iao« h . « trtaVi'i nnnrt w | extended visit with her .grandmoth- 1896 she was married to Doud W.' er Mrg Lyd , a Koestlert Mrs. Johanna Dettman went to Algona Friday to spen'd a few days _., , .. .,„..,- .. . . iwlth her son. GeorcR. and dauch-! Titonka. In 1915 they moved their farm southwest of where they lived 20 years, moving in 1935 to the farm where they lived till .Mrs. Smith's death. She is survived by her husband and seven children: Florence Jen-, ,,„„„„,. ^ the Wednesdayfor an Monday of the death o£ a couallli David Logue, Llvermore. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener spent he -Week-end at Alden with The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Sinning r^ 8 ' ™ni ™« 0 t' attended Presbytery at Sioux Falls j, tiuu i Circle will meet . . . _... . " afternoon at Mr, Harold '"^ Etaitev Pertl, Sex- Krueger. Gladys Nelson and Walton Son- derquist, Chicago, spent from last week Thursday till Sunday -with the .former's ixirents, Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson. The Theo Jacob- sens and Lena Jensen, Humboldt, were also Sunday dinner guests there, and the Maynard Kuecks, of Whktemore, Were afternoon callers. Melvin Nelson and Mr. and John and 1 oy s t er pltal. ' !»Pent Sundny at John Mrs. I. W. Nelson accompanied SWea CUy the Floyd Bacons to Grinnell last Leon Larson and week Sunday to attend the funeral Inn Mai-low W ero of Mrs. Nelson's cousin, Ivan Har- guests Saturday cvenlne . rlson, next day. All returned Tues- Melvin Huwks home, l day. Mr. Nelson left last •week Wednesday afternoon for Mlnrieap-' oils, called because of the death of j his brother Fred, and he was' ac- j Mrs. Michael Stangle went home ! cqmpanied by his sister, . Mrs. Chris Knudsen, Ailgona, _ and by a J ' Gl . with the Jacobaens,. and the Stan- gles thence went on. to their own ota ' . , ton, and their eon James werehome at Carroll. Mrs. Stangle had Mrs. Rasmus, Jensen, Ogden, and a 5 ? niece Mrs. Nels Peterson, of Blue the ' and Mrs. sons, BUrt; Roy, Eagle Grove ; cleared. Marlon. Bernhard went to Iowa working in a by by nine grandchildren and two. J.. Hansen, Jr., Gary Schenck, and five sisters. Among the out-of-town relatives attending and were Sunday dinner guests at Clalr FruteGel Made In ' delicious flavors. Most nourishing and easily digested. Children can't eat enough to hurt them. Nut Cream Clusters Ib. bag 19c j This delicious confection has a vanilla cream center which Is profusely clustered with peanuts. It is then covered with rich chocolate. CRACKED WHEAT BREAD The bread that's different, this rich wholesome bread. You will enjoy the nutty flavor of Campbell's Assorted Soups, 3 cans 26c Stock your pantry with your favorite Campbell's Soups dnriniy this sale. The special price applies to all flavors except chicken and mushroom. Kellogg's Bran Flakes, per pkg. 9c A delicious ready to serve cereal. Contains 40% bran flakes combined with other parts of the wheat. At Council Oak this week-end at DC per pkg. Clapp's Junior Dinner, 2 cans 23c A recent addition to the line of Clapp's Baby Foods. Clapp'B "Junior Dinner" contains beef or lamb with chopped vegetables, rice, and barley. Take home a few cans at the special price for Junior's approval. Superb Oats S£ 5L?5 lBr _ 15 c This popular breakfast food is milled from large, white, oats. How long since your family has enjoyed your delicious oatmeal cookies. ™,,i, -o^t* „ IIMH v „! „ „,! -at Barbara Thompson celebrated Dick Peters, Wll Knocks and Hi- her 14th birthd Saturday by eu . ram Jaspers, WeLlsburg; Mrs. Hen tertaintne a few friends In rhp PV- ry Primus and daughters, Mr. and enl n g "lends in the ev- Mrs. John Neesen and Mrs. Mary Mr ' and Mrg j Q gewick BpenJ . FaiKersDurg, the bam Saturday night with thel daugh . H M r n R °y TClageU ' «** Mr. terp Mrs . Kenneth May, at Emmets- and Mrs. Carl Jaspers, North- Dur g I wood; and Mr and Mrs. Ben Ab- The H , w _ Manus and Geo j ben, Little Rock^ jManua families were Sunday dln- Dorns to Preach at Carroll— ner guests at Ed. Blumer's in Al- The Rev. J. M. Doms will go" to g° na Carroll Sunday to preach at the Ione Moyer and Helen Schwie- .Presbyterlan church. A commit- tert went to Des Molnes Saturday |£ee from the Carroll church attend- *° visit - Tney returned Wednes- ed church here last week Sunday day ; . , __ ,. , ,„ land at its request the Rev. Mr. M , rs - Ada Whitehlll spant the Doms will preach there as a can- week-end with her daughter, Mrs. didate for the pulpit of that Le ^ er , J , ohnson ' near Bancroft. church. Virginia Trenary assisted at the L. H. Schenck home during Mrs. Quarantine Is Lifted— 'Schenck's absence last week. The D. T. Hobson home was re- About 45 young folks attended a leased from a quarantine for scar- roller skating party at Titonka let fever Monday. Harold Hobson Friday evening. had been the patient. Monday was T he Art Fandels were Sunday also the 50th wedding anniversary dinner guests at Arnold Elbert's of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hobson, and in Algona. friends gave them a card shower Th e G. H. McMullens were Sun- in honor of the occasion. J. W. Dorrance Under Knife— Mrs. J. W. Dorrance returned home Saturday from Rochester, Minn., where she had accompanied Mr. Dorrance, who was operated on there Friday. He was get- nicely when Mrs. ,day dinner guests at L. E. Roet, man'e. West Bend Red Bag Coffee I'ound 15c 3 Pound 43 c It's because of the sweet, mellow flavor of this popular priced coffee that it sells in such quantity. Try a bag at the special price. P & G PRODUCTS Special For This Sale CAMAY TOILET SOAl', cake T & G SOAP ____________ _______ 5 Giant Bars ORANGES, nice California, do/. _______________ 23c TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT, dosen _________________ 31c HEAD LETTUCE, head _______________________ 6c ACORN SQUASH, each _____________________ 2}£c Attend Corn Company Meet- Mr, and Mrs. P. L. Stainbrook and Peggy Anne, were Sunday visitors at John .Munson'e. The George Lowmans, Rodman, were and Howard Seely attended a meet at Mrs - Ada Sloan's. Mrs. George ing of the Farmers' Hybrid Seed Lowman, Rodman, and her son Corn Co. at the Cerro Gordo hotel Burt have been spending few days in Mason City Saturday evening iwiht the former's mo ther, Mrs. J. S. Van Wert, Hampton, was the S^n. speaker. The children of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. ' Munson gathered for family Leprion Hall Decorated— dinner at John Munson's Sunday, The Legion and Auxiliary have all attending except Theodore, of decorated their new hall with f're- i HoJlendale, Minn. Present were proof blue and gold paper, and the Howard Munsons, Grae'ttinger; have purchased four dozen new i Clifford Munson, Wesley; :Mr. an'd chairs. They now have a good.Mrs. Clarence Munson, and Rob- place to hold their meetings. j ert and Charlene Munson, all of West Bend. Clarence Perkens and Leo Frie- Library Board Elects— The Library board met Monday afternoon and elected officers: Mrs. ,B. W. Brooke, president; Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, vice; and Mrs. Al Staehle, secretary. Husbands Are Entertained— Members of the Busy Bee club and their husbands were entertained at Clifford Holding's Friday evening, and "500" was played at four tables. Other Hurt News. Mrs. Sarah Stahl spent last week with Mrs. R. L. Cogdill while hep daughter, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, was at Rochester, Minn., with her husband. George Markla did the chores at the Dorrance home during their absence. The Rex. Johansens, Estherville, moved the first of the week into he Mrs. Lillian Sheldon house. ders suffered light injuries while they were loading cattle at the Burr farm, west of town, one day recently. A steer broke .through a board fence, and boards struck, the men. WHEN I REALIZED I WAS MISSING SOME CHANCES TO GET WORK I DECIDED TO PUT THE TELEPHONE BACK," this customer told us Another reason I put my telephone back was to save gasoline on trips that would then be unnecessary. Now I'm saving enough in gasoline alone to more than pay for my telephone." Why net call at our Buiinati Office and l*t u« shew yen hew the telephone w saving time, trips money for others? We'll be glad to let you. MOiTHWIITUM IIU TIllrHQNI COMPANY - _ .«' . . ,'• ' -:.,••.*-- .-•• (-•-*.—.- **j- ,. •,. .. .. .... .»„,-,... _._.,_ .... ... .,.,- - ..-.,.. .? . ANYTHING YOU NEED WANT . for «upr«Me Mtl*Uctloa wKh low*»t ca*t mat the !•••! amount ol •Mention tfcwro'* nothlMK to oqiul our •TII4Y SEAM COAU— '[^ k»it Hij, SW ''"! \-J W'i » K K .'i.i'i ' i {.' &1' s > ",- ^ '"il^j ••'//,?' ". v"> ,^:« L^vh. 1 'am •«Js*" m SM, AJ 'I . • t • ;^rr:,x^ GAMBLES ^__. CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHT SET Underwriters approved. Has 11^ feet rayon covered cord with add-on connector. Bakelite sockets. An outstanding value. Complete with 8 Bulb* DONALD DUCK RAIL CAR A 91.35 value. A wind-up toy. Runs on EQ€ circular track 99 "DOPEY" DWARF Spring motor. Walks and rollieyes. CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHT BULBS AT BIG SAVINGS FOR n 25* SOFT BABY PANDA Natural Colors. 12 inches High., PARTY DINNER SET I 14 pieces. Large enough to I children to actually UM, At> | tractive glass Bf' design 9i JEP 98«l -BEAUTIFUL BIG MAMA DOLL 18 to. high. Attractively Dressed. A complete assortment of SO different Chriitmat cards with envelopes. Cards are popular 4 fold style. Marvelous combination of designs with cheery sentiments. Colorfully printed. Many are embellished with gold and silver. Come packed in attractive gift box which may be re-used. PER BOX OF 20 CARDS CHILD'S HOUSE CLEANING SET Broom, carpet sweeper, dut I 9K mop, etc.. S9« WASHED OUST-TREATED by the Purified original WAXOL Procetf CORRECTIY S«fP-FW|,4^ GMAHANTE ED Botsf ord Lumbe Phone 36« Ui« Ortif 9 Colowi Trieki CHILDREN'S FAVORITE BOOKS Big assortment of popular stories, and cut-outs. From '•»! r Each CHINESE CHECKERS A new, popular game for adults or children. Up to six people can play. Cf%6 Similar to checkers 9V T Pl»yersoj»rat|Jior»estQ score pologoali. , QOft t or i can play.... W*l SWINGING \ PENDULUM i TARGET SUNBABE WETTING DOLL With Complete Layette Flesh colored, jointed rubber doll with decorated mouth, eyes and head.!(%' high. It's the popular drinking-wetting type. Complete with diaper, safety pin, nursing bottle, nipple, undershirt, booties, bath towel, rubber sponge, bath mat, soap tray, bar of soap and hot-water bottle. . CEDAR CHEST Filled with children's stationery 49f| STURDY STEEL SHOVEL 4'-*y. Selected strd* ain 1<K mdla *» GANG BUSTER SPARKLING MACHINE GUN 22 niches long. Revolving turret. Sparks fly with £M (if* shooting noise JlatSB <SRR ROAD BUILDER SET Steam shovel, $llf trailer and truck... •-* m^* STREAMLINED STAKE TRUCK All steel body..-- i TIMVK, so« '^ •fefiAl Ki,£& ; a^Yj/

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