Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSBOTH'lCOONTY APVAMCB. ALOO Democratic Split in State Press Gossip GOV, KRASCHEL, HERRING GROUP ARE^AT OUTS' Bitter Rumpus is on Over Kraschel Call for Banquet. (Weekly News Letter of the Iowa Press Association. The material reported desiring the 1940 candidacy for governor, and has even been rumored as aspiring to the central committee, a post he could not get without resignation of Bert Jeck, of Atllantic, seventh district committeeman. The Birmingham statement indicates that the leaders of what remains of the powerful elements of the organization plan to p.ut ing, the unofficial count, the official count in each county, finally the official certification by the state canvassing board. By last week Stage 4 had been passed, with Gillette certified as re-elected by a 2,805 majority. Then Dickinson launched suits in a number of counties to prevent Clearing of voting machine totals, this as a "precaution" to allow a Kraschel on the outside looking in. contest if decided upon. Kraschel must have known this I The contest would be decided by when he announced the "banquet" a United States senate committee cull, for otherwise he would have with democratic majority. The de- kept quiet and ridden the Herring cision. to contest will not be made by Dickinson, but by the' repub- Fenton Young Folk Will Stage a Play Fenton, Dec. 13— The Walther League will present a play this week Thursday evening Lutheran church, West You Wouldn't Fool Me is the title. Fred Wolter, teacher of the Lutheran parochial school, is director, and the cast consists of ten characters, Mr. Wolter taking the lead. Others are Irene Bleckwenn, Leo,na Borchardt, Ruth Kabelltz, Robert Krause, Delores Kayser, Ray at the Bend. bandwagon—if invited. It all adds up to Kraschel per- Hcan national committee, which presented herein does not neces- sonality. The retiring earily conform to the editorial policy of this paper). personally ambitious, governor, must foot the bill, has made —— enemies within the party by build- DONORS— The motor vehicle feud upsetting I lng a Kraschel machine rather | Party campaign contributors list- republican tranquility doesn't holdi than a party machine - Democrats e d by the central committees show- i now at the helm consider him a ed the democrats received $76,988 bad asset and seem to be busily in the two years ending December a candle to the democratic fuss i predicted in this column which broke into the open when retiring Governor Kraschel was branded a "lame duck" by State Chairman E. H. Birmingham. The governor must have read the handwriting on the wall when Senator Herring announced the party set-up was due for. a housecleaning. Kraschel came forth with a call for a banquet planned, to co-ordinate efforts for the big drive of 1940. This put the party organization to the test. Were Kraschel allowed to go through with his plan, ho would remain one of the titular heads of the party. writing his political obituary. OTHERS— Others of the out-going democratic administration are jot>-hunt.- ing, and many have been given time off to look for new work. A few secretaries have launched de- and Lorena Dreyer, Carroll Willrett, and Arthur Ruhnke. CLUB PAPER TO READ, speech to give, anything to bind for keep- Ing, briefs or notes to preserve? Get a handsome colored brief and report filing cover, letterhead size, at the Advance office for lOc. 1, while republicans received $41,602 in four months of the 193S campaign. It was not as expensive a campaign as that of two years ago. The lists revealed the persons and "committees" making fairly regular contribution^, those giving to layed marital careers, others are both slde9 ' amounts, etc. lining up employment or still loo-k- ing. RESPONSIBILITY— Republicans meanwhile had a victory dinner which was not a victory dinner. The G. 0. P. avoided the term; many called it This question had been in doubt, J n "responsibility" dinner. The tons but was not after Birmingham an- j O f the ticket, with perhaps one ex- nounced the Kraschel banquet call unauthorized and unofficial. due to cold relieved by first pleasant swallow of THOXINE. Soothes all the way down then acts from within. Ideal for children. 35c. QUICKER. BETTER. Come to' our store — buy a bottle of THOXINE— take a swallow — wait a few minutes — if you are not entirely satisfied we will return your money. Sold by LUSBY DRUG STORE NOTICE HISTORY— The Kraschel-Herring split was known among insiders wheu Kraschel was lieutenant governor and Herring governor, but both realized the necessity of smoking the peace pipe as far as the public was concerned. Kraschel then had his eyes on a coption, still sing the same tune they sang before election — good administration, sincere and honest. It will be a good mark for the G. 0. P. to shoot at, but there appears a. growing sentiment that the party is on the spot from another angle: that is, to carry out the pledge to consolidate bureaus in such a way as to reduce taxes. The tax-reduction howl has set senatorial candidacy, but Herring in through several newspapers of "called" him on it, politely informing him that if Kraschel announced it would be Herring Vo. Kraschel in the senatorial primary. republican tendencies, partly because they demand an administration which not only promises but obtains tax reduction (all candi- they feel such a program would entrench the party in advance of As a result Herring ran for the!dates "promise" it), partly because senate, Kraschel for governor. Kraschel gained control over the state machine, but Herring swung I the 1940 voting. the WPA personnel with him. But! still, for general appearances, thej two were on the best of terms. I MORE HISTORY— With the 1938 elections Kraschel was out, Herring remained in. Kraschel has been rumored for a federal appointment, which he could not obtain without the backing of Herring. He has also been i Because of the closeness of the senatorial election, the public has had paraded before it the technical mechanism preceding the formal seating of an official: the ballot- USED HEATING STOVE—IF YOU have one and wish to sell It— try an Advance Want Ad. S M O K E S I ;?. ll- ' More and More Smokers' Articles .Become the Established Man's Gift Again ive are prepared to supply you with gifts for the smokers' joyous and cheerful Christmas, from one of the most complete stocks t o be found anywhere. Remember, a man's best friend is his favorite smoke. : ! I \ \ \ Acceptable Appropriate Economical You can find a gift here for him at any price. Just a few suggestions— Cigarettes Cigars Pipes Lighters Tobacco in Humidors Tobacco Pouches Ash Trays Many other items in beautiful wrapping for holiday gifts. All K E CDF* GIFT§ YOUR FRIEND AT'MEAL TOTE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10 AND 17 Something Different Th« ever present problem for busy housewives Is some-— thing different for the family table. Many find suggestions for menu changes in Council Onk Advertised Specials. The wide display of Quality Foods at Council Oak also brings to your attention many foods that your family particularly enjoys. Fresh Pork Roast, pound 17 c and __15c You add to the enjoyment of a savory pork roast when yon serve baked sweet potatoes, ' baked apples, and pineapple salad. _. FRESH BEEF TO BOIL, pound ____ ___________ 12< BIG AND RING BOLOGJfA, pound ___________ 12%* FRESH PORK STEAK, pound ___________ BEEF STEAK How thick these steaks should be cut depends on how you wish to prepare them. Make your wishes known to the Council Oak Meat Cutter RIB BEEF STEAK, pound _ ROUND STEAK, pound __ ____________________ 23* SIRLOIN and SHORT CUT STEAKS, pound ___18* BEEF ROASTS, pound ______________ 16* and 14* Fancy Wide Bacon, pound ________ 27c A nationally known brand of fancy wide bacon. May oe bought in any quantity, in piece 'or sliced, at the special price. Pineapple Spears, 25-oz. can 19c For a salad that harmonizes perfectly with every meat course use Dole's Pineapple Spears. 12 large spears ?n the 35-07. can. Chocolate Animal Crackers, Ib. 15c Assorted animal crackers covered with chocolate, for variety in the Christinas stocking. Corn on the Cob 2 H «. 2 cans 29c Buy corn on the cob at our special price to serve on Christmas. Heat in the can and its ready for thetable. Try Our Swedish Rye Bread Many kinds of bread are sold as Swedish Rye. Council Oalc "Swedish Rye" is baked by the exact formula used by a large bakery in Stockholm, Sweden. Gold Medal Flour JSJ %S !?.$!.59 In a bag of this "Kitchen Tested" Flour Is a recipe for Hetty Crocker's Thrifty Fruit Cake. Satin Finish Candy A popular Holiday candy at a surprisingly low jtrlce.s Itcaiitirul satin finish in assorted colors and flavors, 100% tilled. Pitted Dates £ Pound Rus 23c Pin nil), meaty dates with the pits removed. AIL ready for stuffing: with nut meats; also for cakes, cookies, and home Hindu candy. Cranberry Sauce !XS"g. J5c -Hmi.v good cooks admit they cannot duplicate the delicious flavor and texture of Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce. It does not melt on the plate. Heinz Boston Baked, 2 18-oz. cans _ _25c Beans, in tomato sauce, 2 18-oz. cans 23c VINFTIAR Robb Ross Cider . o * _ T lllLiVJMIX JS.Gal. Refrigerator Jug -&-L C Double filtered, crystal clear, apple'elder vinegar that does not become cloudy in the vinegar cruet. Superb Pumpkin 2 NO, 2 C an S 17c 8c When the pies are made from Superb Pie Pumpkin you have pies of perfect flavor and texture. 2-lb. cruet lite 11-oz. cruet— A popular priced imitation maple flavored syrup, to serve with pancakes. Pound, 15c 8 Pounds It's because of the sweet mellow flavor of this popular priced coffee that it sells In such quantity. Try a bag at the suerial price. Pantry Pride Syrup A popular priced imitation i with pancakes. Red Bag Coffee Black, Brown, and Tan. Can. This well known braud of shoe polish In black, brown and tan at .a special price for this sale. Guest Ivory Soap Ca ke 4c The well known toilet and bath soap that floats. Lay In a supply at the special price. Pop Corn, sure to pop, 3 U»s, 19c California Sarel ORANQES, dozen —.. _______ Texas Marsh Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, dozen ,. „ APPUK Pyrex Ware Pie Plates 25c Oven Dishes 65c Frying Pans 90c Cake Pans 50c Lifetime Stainless Steel Sauce Pan $1.29 Quart kettle $4.75 Percolator $5.00 This store and Santa Claus have carefully cooperated to give an outstanding assortment of really welcome Christmas gifts. Electric Food Mixer A gift that always wins hearty approval—Sunbeam Mix-Master, complete with juice extractor $21.50 Household Wares Sing Teakettle Carving Set as the water $1.10 Whistles boils. Three piece, bone handles $1.85 Waffle Iron Chrome plated, full size grid $3.85 49)880J^ Sporting Goo A / 9 Shoe Skates girls' Boys' skates and ice $3.85 FOOTBALLS BASKETBALLS Heavy rugged balls for rough play $1.10 to $5.50 Tools One of our cleverest Xmas buys. All kinds of carpenter tools, specially boxed for holiday giving. Sets of screw drivers, handy household kits, in fact any assortment. LOOK THEM OVER CAREFULLY Boxing gloves Mits that pack a mean wallop. $3.98 Scout Axe A sturdy sheath. axe with $1.15 Remington Guns Single shot bolt act. 5.99 Repeater $ 1 Automatic $ 31<4 1 Favorite Items with Santa Other Gift Suggestions General Electric Washers General Electric Radios Monarch Ranges • Cutlery Fishing TacVfle i Flash Lights Percolators Electric Irons Electric Heaters Gen. Elec. Refrigerators South Bend Ranges Perfection Stoves Aladdin Lamps Mixing Bowls * Pocket Knives Hunting Knives Baking Dishes Electric Pads (Plate) 26 piece set with 35 yr. guarantee (Conies in roll container) '12.50 B, B. Guns Single shot -$1,85 Bble. barrel $4.98 Sleds 9$c to $5.50 Wagons 2.35-4.35

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