Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1938
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PAGE FOUR MERCURY DOWN ATSANANTONE 75 SATURDAY A picture dated Saturday and mailed by Lee O. Wolfe, Tltonka, at San An'tonlo, Tex., reported the day's temperature there as 75. Monday's Des Molues Register gave Sunday's readings as 76 at San Antonio and New Orleans and 64 at Los Angeles. Mr. Wolfe reported something REWRITES Briefs snmmiirizing principal news In Tuesday's Up-v per DCS Molnes. •lULIUS T. CHRTSCHTLLES, 70, A'lgonian for 69 years, died r,ot Frid ay, and burial in Rivervlew took place Monday, folio-Wing services at the home conducted by the Rev. D. R. Martin, Congregational pastor. His health had for some years been declining. His parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Chris- chilles, brought him .to Algona In new at'San Antone'—visitors have! 1870. In 1884 he was graduated! to carry city permits—and he has from the state university. After I bought one to cover a stay of 120 | five ye'nrs in real estate at Minnc- j days, or three months. He did not apolls he returned t*o Algona in' say whether the permits are for, 1893 and entered the Chrischilles j cars or persons, or both, or why! store. Five years later he was! they are required. ! elected mayor. Some 25 years ago ', - — " —" ,'IWIILI Juutujlio. in, Jv. IvtLHIIlUSSOlli •— "• Besides the Ogrens, the Smiths, he retired. In 1888 he was m'ar-,. c hool band and orchestra leader I N °' 3 whlte oats -«- 20c - 111 tho Wnl.foc, »ti« T> WT n_1J ! ..In/I »„ r*,.H~ XII-'1«,.J«_ _P T ' , .. . V«l.JIt,DtItt 1I3UUBI, .. „ ,. and the Wolfes, the R. Cald- to Gutta Nie'lander, of Lans- ri rt **<* &* -J ,"-**< '. <', \ ? '! 5r •>'i ,' ' 'If-'Ji^'V&vJ '" r 'K>«7 fvehlhg, and the wrestlers lost to iiason City, 30-18. The local quint vas alow to get started, but In the final quarter was able to score, 'he lighter weights on the wrestling team won their bouts, and the tcore once stood 18-10 in Algona's favor, but the 'Mason City boys won the heavier weights. CORN LOANS are being made ut n average of 60 ,a day, in lots of 500 amounting to $25,000 dally. A otal of $1,500,000 is anticipated. he county has seven sealers: C. Berggren, Swea City; J. J. Mc- Jonald, Ledyard; Juffalo Center; John A. Sleper, Peter Kramer, Bancroft; Charles Bormann, West :?end; C. R. Schtfby, Bode; John Cain, Algona. ONE HUNDRED SINGERS will ake part in rendition of the Mes- lah program Sunday at'3:30 p. m. t the high school auditorium. )ress rehearsal takes place tdnior-,'!. MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 180-250 $6.85 Med. hvy., 250-270 $6.70 Med. hvy., 270-290 $6.60 Med. hvy., 290-325 $6.50 Best light butch., 325-350 $6.40 Butchers, 360-400 ; $6.30 Packing sows, 300-350 $6.25 Packing sows, 350-400 _ $6.10 Packing sows, 400-550 $6.00 CATTLE Canners and cutters $2.75-3.75 Stock steers ...$5.00-7.00 Fat yearlings $6.50-7.1)0 Fat steers $8.00-9.00 Fat cows $4.00-6.00 Veal calves $5.00-7.50 Bulls-f- $4.00-5.50 GKAIN evening at 7:30. The event 1™°- \ yejolw corn be free, except for voluntary!?. 0 - \ w ? ' e corn - ontributions. H. R. Rasmusson.'^ 0 - \ w " te 0 *? i3 directing. wells are at Grande Courts now. j ing, who, with one son, T. II. They left Salem, Wash., because of Chrischilles, survives. Last Sep- too much rain. No one at Grande j tem'ber 5 Mr. and Mrs. Chrischilles lrom Emmets'burg, 23-15, on the Courts has yet written of seeing i celebrated their golden wedding, i tecal floor Friday, but lost Sunday the Harry Moores, of 127 Perry Between 25 and 30 years ago theyii 0 st - John's, 12-10, at the new Court, or of having contacted Har- made tours abroad. Mr. Chris- Bancroft gym. This week Friday old Turner, one-time Algona bo/,chilles Was a lifelong student and the academy locals go to Fort i No. 2 rye _30c 1RV1NGTON Mr. and Mrs. tf. T. Sabla and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Roney drove to Harold Curfaft'a recently to see the Curran twins, who were five weeks old Sunday. The Rev. A. English, preached Sunday 1 on Bible Prophesy and the European situation. He read from the second -and seventh chapters of Daniel. Mrs. Rasmus Olson, Rodman, was a guest last week Wednesday at L. E. ColWell's. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon were Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary Dole. Edith Reed, Algona, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parson's. City and County who manages an In San Antonio. Shall Medicine Be Socialized? Query Duane E. Dewel, Kiwanis lieutenant-governor-elect, and Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, another local Kiwan- important store a facile writer, and he published' 1)od Se to play Corpus Christ!, and accounts of his tours copies of ' ext Sunday will play Sacred which are still treasured in the 11- Ueart at Pocahontas. brarles of frien'ds. L. H. DUTTON, who had for l« or some time been in failing health, l oon died Friday night at the Kossuth hospital, and burial was made at;* Irvington, following funeral vices conducted by Dr. F. No. 1 —. j 27c No. 2 25c Sweet 28c TlfK ALGONA POSTOFFICK will j POULTRY lo open this week Saturday after-! Springers, over 5 Ibs. 13c ian, were Rotary club guests Mon- \ Burgess. Mr. Button was born day and discussed socialization of; January 9, 1865, and grew up in medicine, which in the last year 'McHenry county, 111., where on or so has become a much debated j November 25, 1885, he was inar- question. Another Rotary club^-ied to Ruth Worden. They came luncheon guest was William;to Kossuth in 1888, farmed near Obele, Fort Pierre, S. D., who has Algona, then in Palo Alto county, for a week or so been here in the THE ACADEMY b'asketeers won No. 2 yellow soy beans -, 67c EGGS Hennerys 25c No. 1 __22c No. 2 . 16c Cash cream— 5. nnounced No decision has been ! Springers, 4 to 5 lie coijcerning opening'Springers, under 4 lbs. : 9c ext week Saturday afternoon, i Leghorn springers 9c ser-i¥ os t of the rush in outgoing mail!Hens over 5 Ibs.- be taken care of before then, j Hens, under 4 Ibs. 13c gc tjut incoming mail will be worked.'I Leghorn hens 8c BERNARD PHELPS Tltonka ! ocks> Underbs> 7° 7c live interest port at of a proposed airplane farmed two years in Minnesota. Algona. C. R. Wedmore, They operated the county farm five i member of the new Britt club, i years, then bought a farm of their! made up attendance here. '^n-™ «.-, -..riiinv. ni~*r i-.«ri i;-.?,-.^ «-,,«,Lay Roof for the New Lu Verne Gym ...^..L^L.iir . ilM/PS, Tltonka' n , - „ - fu-mer, has lost nearly 600 out of £° cks ' ° ver "00 Plymouth Rock hens recently X. eese ' 4 from chickenpox and typhoid.' ns> Spoilage of oats from this year's ci-op because of damp weather is Many farmers are cook- ig oats before the same are fed. _9c The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner I were at Burt Monday afternoon. Mrs. L. E. Potter was a visitor last week Thursday at the home of her son Delbert, Fort Dodge. Robert Loss, head of the county soils conservation committee, is a new member of the Rotary club, Mrs. G. L. Vohs was at West Bend Friday, visiting at her son Carl's. Carl manages the Vohs drug store there. Doris Long, English teacher In the Mason City high school, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. Mrs. Arnold Elbcrt is clerking at the Howard Hardware during the Christmas rush. Mr. Elbert is a regular clerk at the store. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stewart, Manson, were Sunday dinner guests at Hintz, Ahd other relatives h«re. Miry LotHse GllmOre* student ftt Ames college, will cotte home Tuesday for .the Christmas holiday* with her parents, Banket And Mf«. H. L. Gllmore. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Trtteger, Randalla, and their son Lawrence Jr. were Sunday guests of the Dennis Pratts. Mrs. Pratt IB a daughter of the elder Traegera. Bert Deal drove to Rochester Sunday for 'his Wlfe ( whom ha •brought home next day, Mrs. Deal, who had a major operation there three weeks ago, Is doing well. Lnctta Kapp has resigned at the Marigold Shoppe and opened a shop of her own at Woden. She Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malt Ka'pp, farmers west of Algona. G. H. Tclllnr, branch manager of the Cherry-Burrell ' Corp., ' Cedar Rapids, Is a guest today (Thursday) of Albert Oranzow. Mr. Oran- •zow travels for the same company.' Frank On j lor is a new body repairman at Dau's garage. Ho formerly lived at Spencer, and hia wife will come to Algona as soon .as they find a suitable apartment here. • The IVm. C. Dan garage is proud of a new International wrecker, with the most modern decorating. It has a streamlined back, and is alnted a cream color, with red etters. Jacob Tenschcr was taken to the \ossuth hospital Tuesday, sick vith pneumonia. Mr. Teus«her vho is custodian of the fairgrounds, came here from Lu Verne iiany years ago. , Fred Jacob, of the Coffee Shop, ,nd Mrs. Jacob attended celebra- ion of the 25th wedding annivers- ry of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel, 'enton, Sunday evening. Mr. Newel i a well known farmer. . HC. ftfti MJte*j&W«rd;6Btrutn, of t?Ie, Mfnn, with it daughter and a d&n, were Sunday guests of Mr .Ostrum'* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ostrum. Edward la still with a Botatord lumberyard. MK •nd.Mfs. Glenn Swanson,-of iFalr'nlontcWere Sunday guests of the C. R; Powmerehlnes, Mrn. Swanson la a daughter of the Pommerenlngs, and her husband Is with a graveling' crew. Mr. and Mrs, Chrla Laraen and the,Harold Chrlstensena, all of Al- j.bert Lea, Wore Sunday guests at .County Treasuref M. J. Duffy's. -.The Larsons are parents of Mrs. Duffy and Mrs. Ghrisiensen. i Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Wea- 'ley, with two sons, were Sunday guests at Jesse Hill's. Mra. Smith and Mrs.' Hill are cousins, Mr. Smith is a farmer, and Mr. H'lll is In local Raesly Lumber Co. em- Mrs. Mao Harris and her daughter Mary were week-end guests of tl^ former's other daughters, Mrs. Milton Glddlngs and Mrs. La*w- rence'Hansen, near Wesley. Mary Us employed in the local telephone office. ' *l ; ii Priced reasonably Downs, Wc ? i... y> 'OR in^o ^wodon, home, auto mat month.-Pi, OIlcS ^'° n ' at 87.1. '"• J . F PR SAuT SolnHlHf^ 1 ^ ] Insurance. ' [Ma to 6 lbs. llciClinton Lighter's. Mr. Stewart live, 4% lbs 9c Ducks, live, under 4% lbs. 6c conducts a hardware store. Mrs. Susie Englcr is leaving to- . ... , „ SWEA CITY FARMS have been jiThomas, president; Paul Phillips, own, on which they had lived ever s'ld, .the Roal Roaison 177 acres tojvice; Dr. H. E. Meyers, secretary- since, except for three years in Algona. They celebrated their golden wedding in 1935. There are 4> s - Krebsbach. Leonard Trees, William Mathers, the Harry Han-'treasurer. :n place in Swea township eight living children: Melvin, Ira, (Vivian, Algona; Irma Carmichael, Fred Peterson and moved to Spenn 10 e 3 ~ i'Libertyville, 111.; Clara Koppen, c hp, a was i'Livennore; Pearl Miller, Kasson, the new school gymna- M , nn- . Nellie Mllle ciaremont, Lr - '--- '__._.. Lu made on sium here Monday, when the ce- iMf ment for the upper part of the east I M " end and one section of the roof was placed. The weather has been ! favorable for construction, and iti was hoped that the rest of the roof j could be completed this week. For i for Minn.; Veda McArthur, Irvington. j a a'lso survives, andl^ three brothers and one sister living. DG 1VI11TK, 65, Kossuth years, NEW OFFICERS of the Lu Verne day tomorrow Chicago [Chamber of Commerce are E. B. spend part of the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Edna Padgon. Mrs. Arnold Hintz, of Westgate, went home Sunday, af£er a week with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Louis wea City, has sold his house 46 died citizen last week MR. AND MRS. C. S. Johnson. re leaving sometime this week for tour to California. Their daugh- itiir, Mrs. James, lives at Oakdale. are jR;umor that Mr. Johnson has sold his store was false. He was only a while no fewer than 57 men! Wednesday in Plum Creek town- were on the job, but there are few- i ship, after some years of frail er than 40 at work now. health, and Dr. F. Earl Burgess, king an inventory before depart- Wesley Girl Has a Bad Case of Hives THE ADYAXCE will not be published in the week between the holidays (December 29). The Ad- na Riverview. Born |1873, at Meridan, dahl entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, one day last week for observation and tests to determine what September 0, 111. he was : - 1 brought to Nevada by his parents. After attending Ames college he came here in 1892, and farmed till , --„_. . . T death, except for 12 years in Al- £h,MH H S VCS ' , Ir t ne J ° ThnSO:l 1S BO""- On December 2, 1897, he substituting as clerk at Klelnpet- j was married to Mary Johnson, who ers. in hives cases patients are | survives. There are no children, sensitive to some substance. Mr. White was a Mason and a Mod- r> n n^ ,,^ y S? me mto ' G0ntact -'ern Woodman. Doctors call the disease an allerjrv, and give tests to find out what it is MRS. LUCY XEWHALL, 65, of that the patient has an indiosyu-' Kuthven - died at a local host crasy for. I last week Thursday, the result of *- !an automobile accident at the Firemen Extinguish IJIa/e jwest edge of Wesley a week ago Fire escaping from a poor chim-! Sa ^ rday - Cau ^ e ? f ^accident ^ ney burned a hole in the roof of i 8ti " |>n™ P orted but she suffered one-story house occupied bv the a . bro . ken i°" ar bone . and 'nternal Albert Davis family this morning i lnjune f She ;vas r.dmg with a The house is a block east and a! son-in-law. the Rev. Franklin block south of the Milwaukee de j Shaw and they were on their way pot. The firemen put out the to a church meeting at Mason City. pastor, assisted by the Rev. Allen jyiince will be issued next year on H. Wood, Good Hope, conducted Tuesdays, the Upper Des Moines funeral services Friday at the 0:1 Thursdays. Methodist church, with burial FARMERS in the Ledyard vicinity have lost cattle from cornstalk poisoning. F. C. Junkermeier lost , and Alfred Schadendorf one. THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS will come to your home every day through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper It records for you the world's clean, constructive doings. The Monitor docs not exploit crime or sensation; neither does It Ignore tliem, but deals correctively with them Features for busy men and all tht family, including the Weekly Magazine Section. . The Christian Science Publishing Society One, Norway Street, Eoston, Massachusetts Flense enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for a period of 1 year $13.00 6 month; $0.00 3 months $3.00 1 month $1.00 Wednesday issue, Including Magazine Section: 1 year S3.00. 6 Issues 2So Name __. Address Saviple Cofir on Request ilaze. Mr. Davis, a WPA worker, lad moved into the house recently. A. H. S. BASKETEEKS lost t Webster City, 24-19, here Frida It's Fashionable to give PRESENTS THAT FOLKS CAN USE, AND USE EVERY DAY and Our New Shoe Department is filled with just such gifts. They're unusual gifts in the footwear line. Slippers 98c $1.98 $2.50 $2.65 Goloshes $1.45, $2.45, 2.95 Shoes $3.95 to $6.50 Gifts that please because they're new ideas for particular service, and that combine beauty and utility in a highly agreeable manner. Lounging Slippers, Evening Slippers, House Slippers, for Women—and Fireside Slippers for Men • Dress Shoes • Party Slippers • Sport Oxfords • Goloshes CHRISTENSEN'S Hood's PHONES 420 AND 421 ALGONA, IOWA Store FKET! DELIVERY 4 DAILY Friday, Saturday, and Monday, December 16, 17, and 19 SUGAR BROWN SUGAR 10 Lbs. 45c JELL-O All Flavors pkgs SWANSDOWN Cake Flour Lge. Pkg CRISCO 8 Lb. Can 47c POWDERED SUGAR Lbs.__ 13c Miss Minneapolis FLOUR S gb $1.39 IGA Flour 49-lb. bag $1.37 GOLD NUGGET Flour 99£ GRAHAM Crackers FIG BARS Fresh 18k Coffee Glass Jar. Drip or Reg., Ib. Bulk Dates Fresh Lbs. _ 17c SODA Crackers 2-Lb. Box 13c LAUNDRY SOAP IGA 10 Bars_ Carol Dill Pickles, full quart _17£ 18-k Stuffed Olives, 8-o/. bottle 29c Tomato Juice, IGA large __2 for 19< 18-k Grape Fruit No. 2 2 cans 29c 18-k Pears, No. 2^ cans, each 22£ 18-k Dried Beets, No. 2 __2 cans 19£ 18-k Dried Carrots, No. 2 _2 cans 196 18-k Whole Kernel Corn 2 cans 25£ 18-k Sweet Peas, No. 2 2 cans 296 18-k Pumpkin, No. 2 2 cans 196 IGA Spices, all kinds, each 96 Chocolate Covered Cherries 1-lb. box 236 Candy, 100% filled Fruits and Nuts, lb.,176 Old Time Mix, Hard Candy, Ib. 1O6 Peanut Brittle, No. 1 fancy, Ib. ______1O6 Chocolate Drop, fresh, Ib. 106 Cookies, plain and fancy _2 lbs. 256 Corn, No. 2 Golden Bantam 3 cans 256 Peas, No, 2, good grade _3 cans 256 Corn Starch, 1 Ib. pkg, ^ 86 Salmon, Pink, 1 Ib, tall 2 for 256 RED A COFFEE 2-11). Pkg 31 c 18k COFFEE Canister Pack C Lb. can BLUE G COFFEE Lb.. 21 c COFFEE Chase & Sauborn .Lb Mixed Nuts 2 Ibs. 35c Grapefruit'::';.:.. doz. 23c Walnuts, new, ined, size 2 lbs. 396 Pecans, large, soft shell, Ib. 256 Walnuts, large budded No. 1, Ib. -256 Peanuts, No, 1 fresh roasted 2 Ibs. 236 Currants, 9-oz. pkg., each 146 Glazed Cherries, 8-oz, pkg. 156 Fruit Cake Mix, 8-oz, pkg. 106 Citron, Lemon or Orange Peel pkg. 96 Dates, IGA large pkg. 216 Mince Meat IGA 9-oz. pkg. 2 pkgs, 196 Figs, white, fresh, 8-oz. pkg. 106 Raisins, Thompson Seedless 2 lbs 156 Salad Marshmallows, pkg. _86 Marshmallows, 1-lb, pkg, —136 Ground Beef Si Pork 'SAUSAGE 2 lbs. _29£ BOLOGNA and LIVER SAUSAGE Lb, „. 156 POB* Lb, - Oranges, ined. size 2 doz, 256 Apples, fancy cooking __—_5 lbs, 196 Lettuce, good solid heads _8 and 106 Sweet Potatoes, fancy 5 Ibs, 256 Celery, well bleached —.106 and 116 Oranges, large size, doz, „_• ^__25p ALL QUALITY MEATS PURE LARD _3 Jbs. 276 BACON SQUARE __._..__2 tbs. SW6 SPARE RIBS, Ib, , 156 PORK CUTLETS, Ib. -—.If 6 •BEEF ; »04ST Lb, —146 »»d —176 SALMON «4 SABEL Fresh PUB aud WHITING 'FOR SALE — PUREBRED SPOT, ted Poland China boars, cholera i immune.—Peter Hllbert, Wesley. ! • . 12ul3 ! PASSENGERS TO CALIFORNIA | wanted. Driving two new Bulck |cars, leaving Sunday. — Call A<1- Ivance. 13ul3 Farmers, I am 1)r ep a take care of your Problems at your «!$ Algona 10P121. C. F, LA« •WHITTEMOKK f Iotf| t. S A SHETLAND PONY MAKES AN! ideal gift for your youngster. m *&s&v^!^*^ » ble^ *3^ M, ^v«« Y *««* tsB^-' 1 Christensen ff^m . ' _ *ij.n i, t * , . . l ^ f *r*fV »!*

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