Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1939 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1939
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TOWNSENDERS ORGANIZE AT ALGONA MEET Form Club No. 1 Here at Public Meeting Friday Night. KOSfltttH COUNTY ADYANCB. ALQONA. IOWA No. 1 enrolled 37 members at a public meeting Friday evening in tho courtroom which was attended by some 150 persons. The meeting was opened with America and the pledging o£ allegiance to the flag. Officers were elected: Mrs. Maude BUshorough, president; Don Miner, vice; Mrs. A. M. Anderson secretary; H. E. Miner, treasurer. National Organizer Speaks. An advisory committee of fiv was elected: Mrs. Charles Greet Mr. R. A. Clark, Mrs. Walte Courtney, A. M. Anderson, W. L Bilsborough. All of the officer took the oath of office. T, E, Stevens, national Town send representative from De> Moines, wa» speaker of the even ing. He discussed the Townseni plan, which was introduced int the House of Representatives on January 3 as Resolution No. 2 b Representative Jos. Hendricks o Florida. rian J s Explained. The plan, it was explained a the meeting, is a national recovery program, aimed to give buying power to the masses by providing employment for every employable under GO, and for persons over 60 a pension from a "Citizens Retirement Annuity Fund" to be maintained by a transactions tax lew It is provided that if the amount thus collected is not sufficient to pay every qualified applicant $200 a month, then each will receive a pro rata share—the total amount available divided by the number of pensioners. The meeting was closed with the pled e° e r ° peatins tho Townsend Social Meeting Announced. The next meeting will be a social meeting at Mr. and Mrs. W L. Bilsborough's, 402 west State, this week Thursday evening at 7:30 Light refreshments will be served. Anyone interested In the cluh may attend. The purpose of the Townsend Clubs—ot which there are 19,000 in the United States and 200 in lowa—is to "promote by all lawful ™ ea " s - 'he enactment of the Townsend national recovery plan Presbyterian Itirthdny Supper The Presbyterians entertained a the second of a series of uniqu birthday suppers Thursday even ing at the church, with an attend ance of 1C5. The tables were dec orated in conformity with thi months represented by the birth days. The thirteenth table (foi song, How Do You Do? with Mrs Fred Geigel at the piano. At the close of the meal, a white ange food cake was placed before eacl table hostess, and on each cake was two lighted candles symbolizing the second anniversary of the church's birthday suppers. A program In charge of Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and Mrs. Lura Banders, was given at each table, beginning with January: January—Humorous New Year's resolutions, presented by Mrs. Sanders; February — Valentine reading, Mrs. M. Pfeiffer; March, two vocal solos, Mrs. M. G. Bourne; April—vocal solo, Ann Stebritz. May—Origin and Development of May Day, the Rev. C. W. Pfelffer; June—two vocal numbers, H. R. Rasmusson;July—a verse of America by table group; August—poem, Mrs. Lund. September—song, School Days, table group, Mrs. Fred Geigel, di reeling; October—fortunes for ev ery month in the year, Mrs. Le Roj McWhorter; November — reading Over the River and Through th Woods, Maxine Dalley; Decembe —vocal Christmas solo, Mrs. Henn jiiderian. Mrs. George Conklin and Mrs L.. W. Gillespie were in charge of tho serving committee, and lostesses for the tables were Mrs R. H. Guderian, Mrs. H. M. Col- veil, January; Mrs. Frank Geigel Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, February; G. D. Shumway, Mrs. H. T. Barker, March; Mrs. R. M. Wai- ace, April. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, May; Mrs. 'ohn G. McDowell, Mrs. Edw. D. Sheehan, June; Mrs. Marc Moore, uly; Mrs. Myron Ludwig and her lother, Mrs. Lund, August. Mrs. Fred Geigel, September; lesdames Le Roy and Lewis Mc- Vhorter, October; Mrs. Thomas perlntendent and his wife, the Rev. and Mrs. G .C. Buthman. llotarinns Finn Valentino Pnrtj-— The Rotarians will enteiitaln their "Anns" at a Valentine party Monday evening, February 131 at tho Hotel Algona. President G. S. Buchanan has committees appointed as follows: Menu and table lee- orations, Mrs. W. A. Foster, -U Buchanan, Mrs. T. L. Larson II F. Huenhold; program, Eugene .Murtagh, H. R. Rasmusson, Mrs Walter Daw, Mrs. W. C. Dau, Mrs, E. V. Pierce; prizes and faVors Mrs. F. E. Saunders, Mra. K. I T), James, Mrs. M. J. Pool, Mrs. Roy Ingham, Mrs. Herman Hauberg; games, Fred Timm, W. A. Lorenz. Gilmore Is gen f j ,"-""«• luuuvery plan as a federal law and as an amendment to the constitution of the United States of America," and to promote good citizenship. Wallukait's Father Passes at Humboldt Following a Stroke David WalluklitTof Humboldt father of Chris Wallukait, Council oak store manager here, died at Lf f I' Sunday Afternoon. He had a H Tl u stroke five we eks ago, and had been in a coma since Fri- rvices will be held Wednesday afternoon Lutheran church, and , MI-. Wallukait's Pallbearers " ' Ade " Hans, and John, Cherokee. Road at Call Park Under Improvement to- The road for a few rods fh / i h6 ° rt011 ranch 0 PPosite the Ambrose A. Call state park is being raised, and the 'Y' at the is being wid ened three ™ ree The road is also being graveled from the bridge to the park gate and from the bridge just past the corner to the west. This Is a WPA project. Dailey, Mrs. Goo. St. John, No- ember; Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Atha tardgrove, December. The "thirteenth" table was in harge of Mrs. Frank Shilts, Mrs. U. Pollard, and Mrs. L. F. Rice. Reception for the .IJuthmnns— Some 160 men, women, and children attended a 7 o'clock covered- dish supper Wednesday evening at the Methodist church honoring the Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Buthman and new members of the church. Tables were decorated with cotton- covered trees, long white tapers, and sprigs of leaves. The men served the meal, which was in charge of Mrs. L. M. Merritt and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. The Queen Esthers sold homemade candy. Dr. F. Earl Burgess was toastmaster, and Homer Tuttle led group singing, after which an impromptu quintet—Doctor Burgess the Rev. Mr. Buthman, Edward Genrich, B. A. Thorpe, and Mr Tuttle—sang. A woman's sextette consisting of Mrs. Florence Peterson, Mrs. Arllne McFadden, Mrs Tuttle, Mary Harris, Mrs V K Rising, and Mrs. H. G, Thompson then sang two selections, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Walter Roberts. Talks were given by W A Foster, Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Miss Dill- mg, high school music instructor Doctor Burgess, and Mr. Buthman. The latter also conducted a quarterly conference. The great plan for unification of the Methodist churches north and south was brought up. A meeting s to be held at Kansas City in May to complete the unification process. Miss Billing, who comes rom the Methodist church, South Oklahoma), told of the difference between the church there and in he North. At the close of the meeting little Kuth Ann Agard presented the following new members with pink carnations: Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter, Mrs. R. M. McAttee, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson, James Scarlet, and the new district su- Mrs. H. L. chairman^ Lcssons for F. B. Women— Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hicks, county home demonstration agent, is presenting the last four lessons 1 of the second series- of training class- is to Kossuth women this week, rler schedule follows: Today, (Tuesday), Swea and Harrison townships, at Mrs. C. F. McGregor's in Swea township; Weddes- lay, Burt and Portland, at Mrs. |W. A. Stoutenberg's, in Burt township; Thursday, Hebron and Springfield, at Mrs. G. B. Rinsk's; Friday, Cresco and Riverdale, j at Mrs. J. M. Patterson's. Mrs. Hicks will help the Fenton 4-H girls- with record books Saturday. ! Dinner Puttie* lire Given- Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent, and Mr and Mrs. J. A. Haggard were hosts at a dinner and ( bridge party Saturday evening ' at the Murtagh home. There were 24 guests. Ura P. P. Zerfnsa won high for women; W. W. Sullivan, for men; and Mrs. L. E. Linnan won a cut prize. Another dinner for 24 was given by the same hosts at the Murtagh home Monday evening. Plum Creek Club Meets- Mrs. Ben Knox entertained the Plum Creek Social & Literary society Thursday at the new Center schoolhouse, and 25 women attended. Club guests were Mrs. Roy Rlngsdorf, Burt, and Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Algona. Mr.s. Farewell for the Larsons- Mr, and Mrs. H. B. White and Mr. and Mrs. Don White entertain, ed at 7 o'clock dinner Thursday'; the Don — ' " Mr. and George, Johnson gave a book review on Skyway to Asia. The next meeting will be on February 15, with Elsie Willrett as hostess. Fonr-Yenr-Old Gives Tarty— . Sandra, little daughter of Dr. and Mrs-. H. L. MoCorkle, celebrated her fourth birthday last week Monday by entertaining four young friends between 3.to 5 p. m. The guests were Gene Hoenk, David Long, Darrel Barnard, and 'Shirley Kuchenreuther. Mesdames Harold Brandt, Ray McCorkle, and H. B. White assisted Sandra's mother in intertaining the chijdren. Josephine Murtagh Is Hostess— Josephine Murtagh entertained Thursday evening at dinner for 14 at her mother Mrs. E. J. Murtagh's At cards Dr. L. C. Nugent won high "or men, and Mrs. Nugent was high !or women. Miss Murtagh came home last week Tuesday for a short mid-winter vacation and returned to Des Moines Sunday with Representative Kohlhaas. She is employed there. Janice Rice, la here by a month's visit. Lewis Dunce for Departing Gerald Frankl and Scheppman were hosts at a dancing party Thursday evening at the Irvlngton hall honoring Le Roy Scheppman, who Is leaving today (Tuesday) to enter the navy. He will for the present be stationed at the Great Lakes naval training school, near Chicago. Junior Shakespenrltes Meet— The Juliet club of the Junior This is one of four clubs, and there are 11 In the club. Rose Ann Reding Is president; Mary Anderson, secretary. This club meets every Saturday morning. Cresco Chums Club Meets— The Cresco Chums- 4-H club met at Lois Barr's last Saturday, with every member but three in attendance. After business Ella Harr read the forms for installation of! ilub — Othftr Society* - , (Mrs. W. M. Schwletert entertained her Birthday club Friday,, eight women attending. Mrs. P. MU Col*' ling was honoree. The afternoon was spent at sewing, and a late luncheon was served. •Mrs. Chris Wallukalt entertained .16 women at a party Friday honor-,, ing Mrs. Edward Carney. The at-;I ternooii was spent at Chlnker- 1 Chek, and refreshments were served. Mrs. H. W. Becker entertained her bridge club Wednesday eVen j Ing at two tables. The club keeps a scries of games has- been played ' The Naomi Circle will meet Fr day afternoon with Mrs. 0. A Anderson, Mesdames .Chester Dll linger, Conrad Herman, and M"et Redfield assisting. The Bel Canto music club wll meet this week Wednesday at Mrs N, C. Rice's, with ,Mrs. • G.' W Stillman as leader. The topic wll be piano music. Mrs. W. E. Roberts entertaine Benefit Party nt Academy— The St. Cecelia Guild sponsored a benefit card party Friday at the — academy, and 20 tables of bridge Bo°b me T- n --° n0 -' 0f and 5 -°° were ln play> Mrs> Clal " Loose-Wiles headquarters of the Biscuit Co., which ; is ., transferring him to new territory n which he will be salesman. Larson remains here till It ! is the new territory settled where vill be. Toel Herbst ,Tr. Ten; Party- Joel, son of Mr. and Herbst, low. Luncheon was served. Dinner Honors a Birthday— A 7 o'clock dinner • was given Saturday night in honor of Robert Carney's birthday and in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wander, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne Simpson, Whittemore; - Mr ' and Mr6 ' Jens Sorensen, Mr ertaining 13 guests at a party The boys had lunch at the Herbs iome, .then attended a matinee Charlie Chan in Honolulu The •ueste were Roger Slagle, Jimmie Cuecker, Bobby and Gene Lemkee larold Carr, Richard Mathes Wendell Ward, Dickie Strayer Billy Joel's Bobby Butts, Roger Hagg, Mien, Paul ' Pfefffer, rother Teddy. and lower Club Program Completed A county Flower club program ommittee which consists of Mrs I. E. Woodward, Whittemore, and V. A. Foster and Mrs. Glenn '.aney, Algona, has completed the 939 program. The first club meet- ig this year will be held on tl\e ecoud Monday in February which will be the 13th, in the rear room on the first floor of the County Mutual building. At that time there will be an open forum on the beat flowers, shrubs, and trees for Kossuth. Methodist W. II. M. S. to The Methodist W. H. M. S will meet with Mrs. F. Earl Burgess at the parsonage this week Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs..H. W. Thompson will lead devotions, and Mrs W. L. Whitney will review the textbook, The American City and Its Churches. Assisting hostessed will be Mesdames S. W. Meyer A L. Brown, L. J. Malueg, L. M. Merritt, Vaughan Rising, L. J. Reid J. L. Troutman, Merle Webster' and Sarah Douglas. Men's Forum Js Postponed— A regular meeting of the Congregational Men's Forum is due tomorrow, but has been postponed to avoid conflict with a Masonr ic banquet. The new date is Wedr nesday, February 1. Dinner will be served at 6:30 in the church dinr mg room by Mrs. W. E. Laird's ircle. The Rev. Mr. Blough, pastor of the Humboldt Congregation!al church, and two laymen from the Humboldt church have the pror gram. Dinner Party for Visitors- Mr, and Mrs. Norman C. Walker, all of Algona; 'and Earl Cooper, Burt. Luncheon for Departing Tourists— •Mesdames G. W. Stillman and S. 0. Anderson entertained Thursday afternoon at one o'clock luncheon at the Stillman home for Mrs Ralph Miller and Mrs. F. E. Kent who, with their husbands, were about to leave for a month in California. Mrs. M. G. Bourne won the high score. The honorees were presented with gifts. Vewlyweds Give Dance Partj-— Messrs and Mesdames Lyle Raney, Arthur Maasdam, and Raymond Harig entertained at a wedding dance Friday evening at Livermore, and the Algona Rhythm club furnished music. The three couples were married recently Lyle to Ellen Steussy; Arthur to 'or the next meeting Harr's on February 18. Royal Neighbors Meet Today— The Royal Neighbors will meet :hl s afternoon (Tuesday) with Mrs. H. W. Post, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, assisting. There will be a business meeting, after which the rest of the afternoon will be spent' at cards. C. 1>. A. Card Party Dated— The Catholic Daughters will give a public card party at the Academy hall, this week Wednesday evening at 8. Contract, auction, and 500 will be played. Prizes will be given, including a door prize. Majo;r Saul to Speak— The Woman's club will meet Friday at the library, and Major Saul) will give a talk on Worldwide! Peace. Mrs. W. E. Roberts will] give musical selections. Genrich won the high score. 'Mrs. S. D. Wilson entertained a a sewing bee Thursday. 'Six women attended, and lunch was serve< late in the afternoon. The Rebekahs will have a regular meeting this week Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the Dehnert hotel. y/e'/s? our/ WHAT? A/0 WHEN THIS HAPPENS, PHONE US and We'll Print Some For \ou In A Hurry!! CUT RATE - GROCERY — k EXCEPTIONAL BARGAINS FOR Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday COFFEE CHASE AND SANBOBN Lb.. 24c SALT AMERICAN Boxes I OC SUGAR 10 IBS. 45G Lillian Krause; othy Schultz. Raymond to Dor- Rice . ..UI.AUMII vv, J1.1UU entertained at 7:15 p. m. dinner at their home Saturday in honor of the daughter, Mrs. Charles A Du Charme II, and Josephine Murtagh. There were ten guests, and IT e X? n * n .S-waa spent at dancing. Mrs. DuCharme, the former Mary If we would tell you what our customers say about DX Motor Fuel you'd say we were braggarts! —Begin now!— Johnson's D-X SERVICE _YOU'UL LIKE OUR SERVICE.' Stokely's Asparagus No. 1 All Green Cans. 35 C WAX PAPER, 40:ft. _,...9c Paper Towels, 2 rolls 19c HEINZ CATSUP, 14-oz. _19c POTATOES PH. 24C Stokcly's Peaches PEARS APRICOTS 8-oz. buffet 3 cans 25c No. 1 tall, 2 cans 23c MATCHES, 8 boxes 10c CHOC. CHERRIES, box ISc Strained Honey, % gal. _49c FOR SALE—Call 7F4. 1929 DODGE SEDAN. 7ul8-19 FOR SALE — ALFALFA BALED hay. J. E. McEnroe. 33-F22. 8 (2) 16 tf. AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8u30t { CANARIES FOR SALE, $3.50.— Herschel Thompson, 720 S. Min- n _ esota - 9(2)19 BALED HAY FOR SALE^Ralph Hurlburt, Lone Rock, phone 207. 10pl9 RECORD BOOKS—BLANK books and binders in durable duck bind'»*!• —See the Advance. 18tf OFFICE SUPPLIES, DATIN G stamps, hand punches, files. Everything you need!—Ask Advance. ROLL FILM DEVELOPED AND 3 of each good negative 25c, reprints 3c.—Fred K. Eastman, Bode, Iowa. While they last at $1.50.—The Advance. 18tf FOR SALE — 32-VOLT LIGHT P ant, complete with batteries, wiring, motors, and 32-volt radio Or will trade for livestock. — Wm Fritz, Wesley. £3pl8-19 DESK CALENDAR - ONLY ONE left. One sheet per day. Complete two-month calendar on each P« e - To «r s t comer at ?1.50- the Advance. jgy FLOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish A new improved method j ing satisfaction.—Cowan s Supply Co. guarantee- Building 38U WHY BUY A NEW POLICY every ° Ur "Continuous « and save "P to S. Bohaunon, Hutchison 22pl9 poses. — Algona Federal Savings Loan Aas'n. -CORN ON THE HOOF"— THREE fifths of corn crop is marketed that way. Boost corn value by balr ancing with Sargent Minral Meat Meal.— Anderson Grain & Coal Co, _ 19 VELOCIPEDE, FREE—WITH 75 Sargent Feed coupons, one in each 100-lb. bag. You may have handsome velocipede, worth $750 Grain & Coal Co. BS HEAT SURVEY—GREEN-COLON f iai ractory engineer is available without cost to you. Expert ad! vice on your heating problems. Asi about this service—Green ColonT iai, Engineering Dept, Des Moinesf ™ D CA WANTED-EXPERIENCED MAI? J^OR SALE—120 ACRES, CLOSE n' ? man wants WOI> k on ti to Algona, modern buildings. Pos- Capable of managing a, stock session Marr>h 1 1000. »i*r- uairv farm trio-i, —i i FOR SALE—USED CHEVROLET 35 truck. Long wheelbase. Lo- •«, «-«wwwj — —CP—»-»., *jjuuv^i i» uuiiu jutitj Jr"QS— I • -- - 15pl7-19 session March 1. 1939; ? nk anL d , air V am Good terms.—C. w. Nicou- f ,° n ' Also a ' l lln, Algona. —•«***, IV JJGClUclOti. J_jO- ^ —^—_ Diagonal street.—Cliff NOTICE—CALL US WHEN 20U19-20 __ 14pl9 FOR SALE—GOOD WALNUT~ium- ber, cured; good violin, will sell >ason a ble.~Mrs. Stella Warner, 16pl8-19 reasonable. Elmore, Minn. FILE FOLDERS—WE HAVE legal size file „.„„, Sell regularly at $2.50 500 off color. Per 100. - — —^ I? iiiiin YOU have butchering. We sell beef by quarter or half. Also custom grinding, stuffing, seasoning, and to ed write to Nebr. farm^ :k o school educa carpenter. Woul< in Iowa.—If interest Vencil Bouda, Ord, 37pl' — —«j» w~—•••**Q, occwsvaiiUK smoking.—Sorensen Grocery. 23-2-19 HOME LOANS — MONTHLY RE- duction or straight term. Title 2 FHA loans low Interest rates, no conunlealon. Loans for all pur- Sale Date* . Wednesday, Feb. 15-L. R. Dut ^v, 68 ^} 6 ' general farm sale. Thursday, F eb . 2-Mrs, OPTOMETRIST EYE EXAMINATION. WE nre completely and modernly equipped to give you this service, expert fitting. • A. W. AMUNSON Optometrist Above Borchard Drug Store Portable Mill FOR SALE Rowell Portable Mill units equipped with 80 h. p. motor, large screen area, ample capacity. Seven reconditioned mills equipped with various motors. Terms and trade. Buy a Portable and have your own bu'3ines»s. Write today. IOWA POBTABIE MDDL CO. 0*lwein, Iowa. W. £ Pedelty, Salesman, w "°-u City, T — K. C. BK. POWDER _lb. lie Kellogg» s Corn Flakes Wheaties Pkfrs. Asst, Br. Food ___3Sc SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUR Package 24c SPRY 8-LB. CAN 49c BINSO, med. _ FLAKES, Ig. FLOUR SALE A price for every purse. All guaranteed. SNOW FIAKE— 24J4 lb. sack K«J« 49-lb. sack _. "—~— STAB SOTA— 49-lb. sack PRETTY MAID— ?Wb.sack__ 68c LUX SOAP, 3 for i::::;;; SEAL OF MINNESOTA AMERICAN CHEESE box'__ 44 C mmm Hormel's PICNIC 4 to 6 lb. ar, HAMS 4 &1 8C SIRLOIN STEAK, "Corn" Fed, lb. PORK CHOPS, "Small" »i ff . n'. SLICED "HorinelV, BACON sob ?«g«"«8S3HP SPARE RIBS, "Meaty", lb. CHILI CON ( 2 11-oz, cans SIDE PORK, Z7C 19c 29c lie 15c 19c 15c Chrischilles StorJ Our January Store-wide Clearance tinues with interesting values in eve department. New features make tto store your logical shopping center 41 ing these usually quiet months. Si here and save. Buy Your Sheets Now '• 63x99 72-99 81-99 8M08j2.ln.tt. Pequot __ $1.29 $1.29 $U»~~lJT Wcanvell 79c .89 .89 I.QQ ^ 42-in. Lady Pepperell pillow tubing^ _-___. _____ _ 22c yaj DRESS LENGTHS We have just recete from one of the late, silk houses in the ted States, M dress lengths f r , their best selli silks — both plat and printed. B is an unusual ura portunity for bu ing and making ; dress from thes under-priced his grade silks. YOU choice — from 3 to 31/0 yards to i pattern BLANKETS at 4 can 9 t last 9 low prices Single plaid blankets, large size, good quality _________ 4 ^"^n 00 " 011 WanMsV 72x84" "and 72x90 ________ $159 5 per cent wool, "pfaid" Uanfafe" ali colors, satin bound, a real bargain at _ ..... _ ..... -____ $1.95 72x90, 25 per cent wbol," a" Jumbo value, beautiful patterns ______$3.35 und size the famoui k*utiful, high grade miy be your value. 0*. KE. SAWYER

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