Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1939 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1939
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8fo FEBRUARY?. 198$. ROSaiTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAGBFtV* ,nnas in Bess Aldrich's "The Song of Years" FEATURES 1EHTS OF A VERNE PAIR i. 6—The book, The SURPRISE GIVEN IRVINGTON COUPLE ON WEDDING DATE 'Irvlngton, Feb. 6—Mr. and Mrs,; Thilges, and Evelyn Dole, drove to Rudolph Wlllrett, who were cele- Rochester, Minn., early last week bratlng their tenth wedding annl- 1 to see Harry Thilges, who IB a pa- versary, a week ago Sunday drove: tlent at a hospital there.^Mr. Thll- to Fenton to have a quiet dinner ges, who is in a critical condition wlht Mr. Willrett's brother and from an Internal goiter, is being "' bv Beas""stree\er wl(e ' the A - R - Wlllretts. In the treated. An .operation will be per' bv Bettv a£ ternoon a large number of rel- \ formed on his throat In the near l/jr MJ\S\iLJ „ Al.. —„ nn*>«nM«Vl ..**•! M_ «A — ««„!... Pit J-IIHA latten W 01, ativea Beared and gave a party future. to"LU Verne ln thelr honor ' and $"thi SlKotof portrayal * ented wl «' * W* «* «* silver. Mrs Henderson Is 111 — Mrs. Ben Terhune home Wednesday from returned Rochelle, „» T « Vo'rno and MIB Young people of the Cresco 111., where she had been visiting - «f rnn««Mn Hantrn neighborhood held the second of a her mother, Mrs. J. T. Henderson, l e f- iniH.YJLWAM ihn Barns' series of parties at the south Cres-1 and other relatives. Mra. Hender- R5 .-V n wMT* on* MrB co church a week ago Tuesday son, who Is known to many Irv- Itner S, U. W. mr. anu aim. _._ nf Nn i-no-nlar Mini./* a«firlnaa' inefnn nonnlo VinH hoon ooHnllalv Inttnr'a No regular church services j ington people, had been seriously OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED BY LAKOTA AID Lakota, Feb. 6—Mesdames Chas. Gutknecht, Wade Ball, and Wil-. Ham Thaves were hostesses to the Presbyterian. Aid at Mrs. Gutknecht's Thursday afternoon. The new officers were installed: Mrs. George Heetland, president; Mrs. Carl Gerzema, vice; Mrs. Ray "Winter, secretary; Mrs. W. E. Ley, assistant, and Mra. Charles Winter, treasurer. Mrs. Wade Ball, program chairman, read the new cal- were nra the first se have bee n held in the building for ill but was somewhat improved Hawk countv hav- many years ' The Ewa1 ^ orchestra, ' the journey from Illinois . {team In July, 1845. Mra. lng the frlst white woman nty and they made the itry of land In that county. Th nT ,, hnerr " OUIBF furnished music for danc- when Mrs. Terhune left. Mrs. Hen-' derson is living with two sons. She j"!n" v SURPRISERS AT LAKOTA GIVEN REAL SURPRISE Lakota, Feb. 6—Mesdames Otto Koppcn, Emory Smith and children, and J. H. Warburton spent a week ago Tuesday afternoon at the Frank Lewis home. The women had planned to go to Tltonka that afternoon for a surprise visit to Mrs. Bobert Clemans* but during the forenoon Mrs. Clemans drove np to the Lewis home to vis- It her mother, Mrs. Emma Smith, so the women visited her there. rom from old old B. "Wortman appointed as and M'es- f and Carl Garrett Gray, Buffalo Center, gul-1 FOR SALE--GOOD GRADE Guern WANTED TO BUY— UPRIGHT i piano in good condition. Call 61.! FOR SALE—USED FARM RADIOS , also used bicyrles. Joe Bloom. ! 9 u 21i OFFICE SUPPLIES—FOR INDEX! files, loose-leaf binders, standard i forms. Come to the Advance, 18tf ! WANTED — SINGLE, MIDDLE-, aged man to work on farm. In-1 quire at Advance. 12 p 21 j DANCE — BURT LEGION HALL! Saturday evening. Good music, I good time. Tickets, 25c. 12p21-22 SUNDAY PAPERS—LATE MAGA-! zines on display. They're full of, interest.—Algona News Stand. | 12-23 eow An planned fi sup- sometime rhusband were both Metho- Visit Rochester Patient- Oswald Thilges, accompanied by his ttgB. Gerzema the card committee. Mrs.; tar and harmonica, 4; Francis i Jerry Heetland had charge of de- Berhow, Buffalo Center, accord- votlons. Group singing furnished ion, 5. music and Mrs. Gerzema gave a h,,™ »-..., „„,.«„ ~A „«•* „», „» reading on Abraham Lincoln. The .Attend Winter Sports Event— fe TaHSM *," 'J^ 6 /^ next meeting will be. with Mrs., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton Teacher Change Is Made— the H. T. Sabin school. She is the Jerr y Heetland, with Mesdames left Thursday morning for Minne- sey bull, years old.-Wilmer Write a Result Story Tell us briefly about the results you have obtained from the use of an Advance Want- ad. If your comments are accepted and published, we shall reward you with a ticket to the Call theater. Kossuth County Advance Wichtendahl, mile W. of Lottsj FOR SALE — A DELCO LIGHT Creek. 14p20-21| Plant on Bredreas in No. 1 con! dition. Two years old in March. DRY COBS — $2 A TRIPLE BOX Paul Ernst, Bode, Iowa on High- n .«.n« «« , Mr ™ ~r ™ rr7?t rpi, £ T' Charlw Winter and Ray Winter as, apolis to attend the winter sporty Ington Nallys were married at Thanksglv- 1 nHq , flfnnf hnRtfiBRfiS . ovonfa Thnrartnv n,,rt Tivirinv ™ 0 v - load delivered in Algona. George, way 169. Noone, phone Frankl Store, Irv- 22 p 21 ing and since then she has stayed ,..uv. jj er paints, the James De- Sedar River, but Mrs. Han- -Albert, Walter, and Edwin Heftl. wun uer parenls , lne james oje-,, r ¥11 o4 . I very anxious to move on T he Rev. E. R. Walter was devo-j vines Mrs Anna Andrews of Ti- i MaAny I111Jat , . ,.,.,*«--• [the rlvei- and plat the town tion i eader a nd Mrs. Henry Marty tonka will teach the school for the 1 An epidemlc o£ mum P« has hlt Samuel Warburton, had charge of £ L _!,!„ .r\« *v,« *.n«f , . , . .. . IUIHVH., will lUitUIl me HUIIUUI IUI me th nHHHn onhr.nl iirUli Tnnro tVlon n tVin ofnvn rfiivlnir fVinlt. ohoanno events Thursday and Friday. They are also visiting friends there. Harry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. side. On the next wa^ lesson leader ^^^^^ the store during their absence. told of having,a vis- ter from the studv book. Movine !„ i?lL° ' dozen pupils suffering with the she told of having | a vis- ter from the study book, Moving according to the vision Millions, on the Educational Status | fere to move across the river o f Women In India. The new read- Monday """»*• Expects Iowa City Call- iuane Riley is expecting a call ly trom a Des Miones disease at this time. Tony Schap-, Saturday's Bride is Honored— er, who was brought home recent-1 Several showers honoring Lena suf- Bauman were held by friends and < r ° uble ' l9 stl11 elatlves the last two weeks. Miss Prairie Rapids, later i ng course was begun, and three .„„„,„ „ 10 CAJb , TO1>1116 tt „„„ , was platted. Sturgla members, Mrs. Wm. Marty, Mrs. f ro m Iowa City this week to return terl . ng , ,„ . . . , . _ , . ,, „ the story ia now Cedar Pau l Blumer, and Esther Merkle, there and have a check-up on his 5J rlou1 5) y i a ^i ^J 10 ™ 6 ' ^ nurs f' P^^J 1 and Arlle . M , eyers - wil ' :- • . received certificates of reward for! condition Duane has suffered Mr t Wendt Blue Earth, Minn IB on, Wis were married at the Lui' Oron^ln"Meeti nM ' haVlng AC ° mP ^ ^ ^ from bone infection for almost two "' "" -- ---- De ^5 *$* , thenui CbUrCh SatUrday evening 1*8 Uronps in Meetings — course. Anna Woito was assistant FOR SALE—HOOSIER CABINET and Sanitary cot. Reasonable.— 15 p 211 FLOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish. A Henry Lonning, % mile west of | & Supply Co. new Improved method guaranteeing satisfaction.—Cowan Building 38tf Irvlngton, 14p211 FARROWING RATION — FEED FOR SALE—PUREBRED POLAND Sargent Minral Meat Meal at China gilts. Bred to a purebred farrowing time. Stronger, thrift- spotted Poland China boar. 0. E. j j er pi gs . Try a trial bag on a CAMPAIGN IN CLASSIFIED!-^We can supply advertisers with com- 'lete campaigns on any line of merchandise or service. Ask about his unusual service. — Advance ub. Co. 20tf en's organizations In all of hostess and Mrs. Wm. Hefti, Gold- lr Lu Verne churches met field, was an out of town guest. .eek Tuesday evening. The Jerian W. M. S. met with Clnb "Sees Other Countries"— L. Llchty. Kleeta Finley Seeing other countries by imag- devotional hour and sev- ination was indulged in by mem- |omen took part in a pro- bers of the Progressive Woman's n the missionary work in club when they met with Mrs. A. |Chlna. Thursday afternoon D. Burtis a week ago Monday even- . is without his crutches, but is quite lame. Oth«r Trvlnerton. Mr, and Mrs. John Schulz drove to Britt a week ago Sunday to see the George Schulz family. Later in ill with bronchitis and Mrs. i en is caring for her and look-! Commercial CInb Meets- after the housework. James! seventeen members of the Com- Bruer, who has been ill for eev-1 mercial club enjoyed the regular eral weeks, is much improved but monthly dinner at the Methodist still has his nurse, Mrs. Marie Jac- church last week Wednesday even- obs, caring for him. William Ma- * n S- bus Sr. has not been well for; Itberan Aid met In their ing. Mrs. F. I. Chapman reviewed j the day they"drove™oti to Hanion- \ Carl Strong's book, How , Wit- Without Being Rich, _., gave a short talk on the Geo. Tiede gave a review of A Girl; Irvlngton. aial being observed by the in Soviet Russia by Tizac. Won-] Mrs. Carl Plathe entertained her ,n churches and the rest of der Spots in the West were named! bridge club Thursday afternoon.' i several weeks but is now recovering. Estherville— Other Lnkntn News. A week ago Sunday visitors at Charles Eggerth's were his broth, and family, the .ernoon was spent quilting for roll call and the program con- teiting. The Methodist W. H. eluded with a reading by Louise to Estherville Friday, where Mr. Percy Brinks, Titonka. Dennison has accepted a position 1 Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sachs, Mrs. in a locker system as butcher and ', Harry Blome and Merle Sachs meat cutter. Mr. Dennison has : spent a few days last week vislt- Ely, Wesley. 16 p 21 22 WILL THE PERSON WHO BOR- rowed green Shaeffer pencil at bank window please return to F. L. McMahon. 16p FOR SALE—McCORMICK-'DEER- ing grain binder, run two seasons.—Ello Rahn, Lone Rock Rt. 1, phone 3416. 15p21 money back guarantee. ES21-23 FOR SALE — TENANT HOUSE, 2 miles north, half mile west, half mile north of No. 18 on Hobarton road. Moveable. 11F112, B. Butterfield. Phone 25 p 21 NEW 1939 KOZY BROODER house. $43 and up. No freight to pay. Trucked right to your door. ~ ^^-.A^TTT^TI /IT.-™™! On display at Hamilton Hatcher- FURNA'CE FEATURE - GREEN Bancroft and Titonka. 25 u U Colonial fire bowl is air blast type, burns gases. Produces more heat. See it at Laing & Muckey. ES21 FOR SALE—3 YOUNG HORSES, black 4-5 years; 50 bred ewes, . . All members were present. Mrs. been employed in the C. R. Smith ing Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sachs at .!y. The neighbors Oelwein. fall pigs.—H Nelson, Titonka. 22p21-22 FOR SALE— 25 ACRE IMPROVED farm. Close to Algona. Possession March 1. $800 payment. Price $3400, low rate of interest on balance. C. W. Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa 25 u 21 |;was devotional leader and day. ave the lesson, the third In guest. ss given at a training school — |ona December 1. Mr. Myra J. J. Club Has Reading— je reviewed two chapters The J. J. club met Friday after- jthe study book, The Amer- noon with Mrs. Cecil Williams as jity and Her Churches. Mrs. hostess at the Dr. T. L. Williams "Allen told of the work at home. Mrs. H. D. Meyer was pro- a, Kans., where the local gram leader, and after a song by sends Christmas boxes. At the group Mrs. Charles Wolf read |met at Jhe parsonage with Louers. The president, Mrs. S. R.! Reding, low. Mrs. Rudolph Will-j gathere d at the John Smith'home The Lester Jensens moved to the M TI h ,t -v on * ,, n i »l rec ? ived » number prize. Thursday evening for a party for house vacated by the Dennisons.! V ou7"reauirements Easy monthly I Mrs. Herbert French was a Mrs. Rome Robison spent a few the Dennisons. Chinese checkers, The Jensens have lived over the > ?° rl L if you desire -L W Swan- days last week with her daughters, furnished entertainment. ! -"^e station which is now. !„„ Y ' ' ES21 COASTED WAGON FREE! Dandy Streak-o-lite, 10-in. wheels. Save the Sargent Feed gift coupons 6 e ONE-MtNUTE WASHER _ YOU come i^^ We'U TellTou all^ou may have design and size_to meet ; it- _ Anderson Graln & Coal Co . ES21 Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley and Mrs. Percy Philp, both of near Burt. Marvel Dole spent last week O'Keefes TCeturn to Farm- Alfred O'Keefe sold his resl- closed. son. with her friend, Joan Godden, Al-|dence just east of the Methodist gona, while Mr. and Mrs. Godden were visiting in Minnesota. The Rev. A. English preached church last week to Leo Kienitz, who is employed in the Gutknecht hardmare store. The O'Keefes Sunday on Redeeming Time. The moved from a farm in March, 1938, > --- ^— -------- ^^ --- ------- . -- . *.J1 T1TV* i. "V17I11 ' *•'**»*•****,» VJ4.* J-fclj Vil^^J-lilllf^ J. AXUVJI A iiW IIIUVGU. J.1 U1J-1. O, LM1 1U. 1U. Alia,* \jll) .J-t/UWF) E the meetings plans were a magazine article on, What Will j text was taken f rom E phesians and have lived in Lakota the past |or a union observance of the Science Do Next? The rest of the, 5:16 vear They hayo rented the Day of Prayer. It will be afternoon was spent playing bin-| Tne Ben D wengers spen t a week Bauman farm northwest of town, Jlis year at the Presbyterian so. Mrs. H. R. Larrimer, Mrs. f with a member of the Martha Dawson, and Mrs. Belle felical society presiding. Umland were guests. * hree New Members- names v of three new mem- Other Ln Verne. A Methodist general Aid meeting ago Monday with the Clifford Dehnerts at Mason City. Manns Again Sell Fords. Burt ,Feb. 6,r-Mrs. J. W. Dor,- and will move there March 1 and again take up farming. Contest Winners are Named- Winners in the amateur contest ranee received a letter from her at the theater last week Wednes- Blome, who makes her home I been ill ES21 CLASSIFIED COPY — WE HAVE a library of classified copy on the past few weeks. and RFD. . ,, . v. i pracucaiiy an lines 01, jiieruuau horses; Maytag wash- dige Qr service _ Speclal copy pre 3 engine; new win ami p are a i n campaign form withou •.-Nick Kinsch, Algona, extra charge> Tell ug wha( . yQl 18p21 RELIABLE MAN WANTED to call on farmers in Kossuth county. Vo experience or capital required. Make up to $12 a day.—Write Mc\ESS CO., Dept. S., Freeport. Illi- iois. 30p21 FOR SALE—20 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China brood sows, March and April farrow. Vaccinated. — Mike Higgins, 3 miles northwest Whittemore, on pavement. , 23p20-21 HOME LOANS — MONTHLY RE- duction or straight term. 'Title 2 FHA loans low interest rates, no commission. Loans for all purposes.—Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. 26u8tf Junior Tourney at Burt j tvr ^ - """" ;wan.t We'll have it prepared — Burt, Jan. 6—A county grade'FOR SALE—McCORMICK-DEER-i Advance Pub. Co. 20tf school and freshmen basketball ing tractor 15-30, with 3-bottomi —— tourney is scheduled to be held Oliver plow, is A-l shape. — Ello TO FURNACE OWNERS — DUR- ing the coming year, you may have occasion to consider a new heating plant. This is an invitation to confer with our local dealer, Laing & Muckey, who can give you reliable Information on any type of Green Colonial installation. A factory engineer is also at your service at any time, ready to advise with you on your heating problems. Automatic equipment, including stoker or oil and gas firing, is in increasing demand. Green Colonial engineers have broght these conveniences within the reach of home owners who have previously considered them too expensive. Call on our dealer and get the latest information. You will be interested. — GREEN FOUNDRY AND FURNACE WORKS, Des Moines. ES21 here Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday. and { Rahn, Lone Rock, Rt. 3416. 1, phone 15p21 _«rere added to the roll of the will be held at the Community hall i sister, Mrs. F. J. Mann, stating that' day evening were: Elaine Rahm- |elical W. M. S. when that Wednesday afternoon. Hostesses Mr. Mann and son William had stock, Lakota, song and tap dance; met with Mrs. Ella Woito are Mrs. Emil Anderson, Mrs. Geo. iday afternoon for the Febru- Wolf, Mrs. Robert Hardkopf, and leetlng. They were Mesdames Mr. Ralph Davidson. taken the Ford car line at Lyn- Art Greaser, Lakota, cowboy wood, Calif. The Manns are former songs, accompanied by guitar, 2; I Janet Grabau, Lakota, songs, 3; | Burt and Algona residents. Stretch Your Dollars At The Kent Motor The fact we are an authorized Ford Dealer is your best assurance of our high standing and the thorough de- pedability of our dealings. With us, making good on our word is a matter of habit We propabably have the exact used car you want but, regardless of that —we willingly give you the honest guidance of our experience. Besides being fair and frank, we'll help you select a good used car that fills, your every need, So—let's talk it over before you buy any used car at any price. In the months to come, you'll be glad you did. It costs you nothing to be perfectly safe and sure. We believe we can serve you better. 1938 Ford "85" Deluxe, Radio, Heater 1937 Deluxe Master Chev^new U. S. Royal Matter Tires, and Heater 1937 Ford "60" Tudor 1937 Deluxe Ford "85'Ynew tires and heater ,.; ,.,^-. -,^ ' '• 1937 Ford U 85", heater, defroster and ,|o_o^ tires •, -7 ^ {] \ ,'}>""• •''' - " 1936 Oldsmobile Sedan 1936 Ford Deluxe, with heater 1935 Plymouth Sedan 1935 Ford Deluxe Tudor, built-in trunk and heater 1934 Plymouth Sedan 1934 Ford Coupe - TRUCKS 1937 Ford L. W. B., dual tires, chassis and ; '' cab •;.-;/'; ;..','••."•••"•'•, •,. '.; -.'-' 1936 Dodge, U W* B,, dual tires 1935 Ford, L. W. B., chassis and cab, dual tires- '• .'••'.,.;.•.. ';..•; ••;-' •'."-. ' : ••; 1935 Ford Pickup v And Many Others to Choose From. Terms— Tour Present Oar or Truck May Make Down Payment ^^^w^ ^^^^^ ^jumpmmm^ ^^^^ TP ^^QJQ^P ^w^^ ~ ^^^^^^ ? ^^^^^^ ^^^^§w ^^^^^^^ ^^i^^^ ^B^^ ^^^PI^^^ ^^BPII^^^ ?i^ " **s ifER<3URY, ZEPHYR Sales and Service QTTR AIM—A Setter Deal for Yowr Honey argains for Everybody Bargains all the time. In fact we deal in bargains. The store is full of bargains. Here are a few extra specials for this week only: , FOti WEDNESDAY Men's and boys' heavy knit sweaters, slide fasteners, at __ 44c Men's chore coats, fleece lined, all sizes, 69c Men's work shoes, good one, $1.98 kind, all sizes __$1.4» FOB THURSDAY Men's Dress Sox and Anklets, our 15c and 18c kind go at lOc Boys' dress oxfords, made by Sky-Rider, sizes 2 to 6 at $1.98 Boys' work shoes, good sturdy shoes, size 21/2 to 5i/ 2 , at $1.25 FOR FRIDAY Men's caps, our 50c, 75c, and 98c caps, your .choice _89c Men's corduroy sheep lined coats, worth $6.50, now $3.98 Men's high grade chambra work shirts, sanforized, at ;_ 49c Men's 60c leather belts, genuine bridle belts, now 25c Men's good chambra work shirts, big sizes, 18 to 30, at 29c FOR SATURDAY Davidson's $3,50 men's oxfords, Just........ arrived, spring styles ____"l_ r .__l:$3.'48 Men's dress oxfords, leather soles, Goodyear welt, ail sizes afi. 1^1.98^ Men's work oxfords, cord soles, lots of wear, at _—_„________L.:___^___$1,25 Men's $3.00 and $3,50 corduroy pants, a real snap at ___^^__^__^i_u_-v$1.0Q These things will be sold at these pric-^ es on the days as stated above. The idea is to make this a real bargain week for Neville's store. Our bargain basement is full of bargains. In fact'everything down there is a bargain. ' * » We are passing the gravy. Help yourself, but do it this week. Jimtnie Neville Algona, lawn Answer to the man who wants good clothing and doesn't want to spend much money. $19.50 Suit or Overcoat___.__$14.50 $25.00 Suit or Overcoat -$18.75 $30,00 Suit or Overcoat. $23.50 $35.00 Suit or Overcoat.._ _$26.50 $40.00 Suit or Overcoat- $29.50 These Prices Good This Week Only! - iH^r Mm ^Hfifl& ^Q&G^tk HtBiifflfl^i ^Bfefemaafe tejajjy j^m 9 ^ Jl m I IfcPf *^$*J ' ^^^^^^ * « ^^^fj^^?- ' -^HM^P^ *^^^^^ J v ^^P^^ 3 "* 1 "

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