Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1939 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1939
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IITOUfARY.7. 1939. COttNTt . ALQONA, IOWA IOWA FEB. 7-8 snded THUK,, Fill. SAT* FEB. »-ll Saturday mats. 1 and 3:30 CHARLES FARRELL "FLIGHT TO FAME" Second Feature TEX HITTER in "WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAMS" —and— Serial — "Hawk Wilderness" fDAY AND FOUR DAYS, FEBRUARY 12 - 15 One you must see! Blasting its way out. ot'." the streets of a great cit^lv- mm f /inffpc JAMES [Plus IWalt isney's Moth and Flame** ANN- .S The "DEAD ENtypI A WARNER ^RQ5. PICTURE,. RESILING Last home match of the season. Algona H. S. TS. Clarion Friday Night, Feb. 10 7:30 p. m. Admission—Students, 20c; adults, 25c. Basketball H. S. vs. CLEAR LAKE, Tuesday, February 14. PECIALS All This Week Ivauized Us— _. r Indies L'ine rks___ tine irks. 19c 15c 79c 89c Ilk Pails, for ——— 89c 27c pshel Baskets, flfe 5-Tube Radios Wash Mach. Q-f { leee, motor OI • Motor Oil, gallon __ Ironing Boards, folding-;.—— Electric Irons 35c 98c Pint- ___ Brooms at ---- ^— la-plate Car Batteries (ex.) QQ -9O •B^IIIHlH^^^W ^^^h^^^ ^^^^B^^^^^^^ ^^^^^MH^^W^^B^I ^^^fj^^r Jlnrthn, (laughter of Mr. and, Molnes, came Friday for the week- Mrs. Pearly Hayne, Wesley, Is a end. BURGESS TELLS KIWANIANSHOW U, S, GOT FLAG How the Country Has Grown is Described in Address. The Rev. Dr. Burgess was speaker at last week's meeting of the -.., . 1 t *^U1WU1I1, CII1U. J.VAI a. J-J.. JJ. X11UIYO, Kiwanis club. R. 0. Bjustrom was. tended a bridge party Thursday program chairman. I ternoon at Mrs. James' Taylc Doctor Burgess traced the his- Jl ™£° ] % y R , miji, Minn., w her e he represented toiMcal development of the United ™ "tomorrow Wednesday)af- lowa and Kossuth count y In the States flag which was evolved iTLoTeXat°ChSSK?l,£i ™ »™£\ J™^ *»*'<«": new waitress at Dermand's cafe. Attorney and Mrs. Tyrrell Ingersoll, Cedar Rapids, were last weekend guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Mrs. Leslie T. Snnl left yesterday (Monday) for a week with friends at Cedar Rapids and Washington, la. She will visit the i Burton Days at Cedar Rapids and «« r » Ti i i -r-t , r, 1. ' ••-•"» LV/IJ. l^CLJ a O.I/ VJOUU/I IbtllJlUgj £111 U ; A. looter and Frank Sterling i the Theodore Michels at Washing- went to Minneapolis Friday on a ton . The Sau]s came here fro ^ buying trip for the Foster furnl-1 Washington, where they lived for ture store. They returned next two years . Thoy halled beforo that day. Mrs. It. W. Anderson, Mrs. C. D. Colburn, and Mrs. H. B. Hicks, at- , from Carroll. Mrs. Saul's old home town IR Ida Grove. At the Rotary club meeting a talk on his recent trip to Ber- t i _ from the English flag, from the i she had a major operation at time when John Cabot planted it Mercy hospital, on NoiUh American soil In the Kenneth Eraser, of the school of name of Henry VII, down to the agriculture at the State college, present. He showed examples,of visited his parents, Supervisor and he ten flags in the succession. Mrs. J. H. Eraser, south of town, Florida the Texas I latter part of the week and unable sored by the Iowa Association of ceding of the Cal-1 to be lu school. He is in the fourth Lumber and Building Material . . . !„..„. ,1__ii1 T» i. ' TlPn 1 Ol'Cl 1 ntlfl Vntl1*tmij-l Onlii..r3n*( Paul Ostivlnldc, who Dealers [ recently Wallace S., through th Louisiana purchase! I Pommerenlng, was sick during the annual merchandising clinic spon- k ' j j « j~« n ' — «M,— W j jf __ .___ , it . -i t t 11 n rt t*AM nir t ttn TJ-IHT« A _ — „-.! — il _ff annexation, the „ , fornla or southwestern territory j grade at^the Bryant, ! rom Mexico, the separation of the' Oregon territory from British Col- umbria, Alaska, and Hawaii. Doctor Burgess had previously given this talk at Sheldon, also on an Americanization program of '.he Legion, in which he is now ad- utant of Hagg Post. A trio, Mis-s Dilling, violinist, director of the school orchestra and girls' glee club, Miss Stehn, )ianist, junior high music instructor, and Glenn Raney, cellist, play- d March of the Heroes, Russian jullaby, and Polish Dance. William Turnbull, on furlough from the Navy at Norfolk, Va., was ;he guest of Druggist E. W. Lus>y. Patrolmen Clarke and Hutchln- son, of the state highway department were guests of Sheriff Loss. Bode Seniors Visit Algona to Sell Ads for School 'Annual' Two seniors from the Bode high school, Carlyn Lowman and Lloyd 'Doctor Burgess also related the over the week-end. .erritorial development of the U.' Hobby, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. val. A float he took to the festival was made up of a huge ear of corn, the corn donated by the DeKalb Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Hi-Bred Seed Corn Co. M. J. Pool, manager of the local Botsford lunrber yard, went to lies Molnes Thursday to attend an PAG 3 SEVEN ra Moore, and sisters, Mesdames Cyril Englea anld Oscar Van Broundghem, also another sister, Mrs. Frank Beatty, Princeton, 111. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Scott Moore spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Mason City with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rohr. Prank ParrJsli, Redwood Falls, Minn., was calling on old Algona friends Friday. He visited the Martin Didriksens, the E. W. L-uabys, and others. Mr, Parrish was an Algona hardware dealer 30 years ago. He had since had a store at Red-wood Falls, but he sold both it and his house recently, and will now make his home at Anaheim, Calif ornia, where two of his daughters live. His wife Is dead. Mr. nml Mrs. Herman Funk entertained at dinner Sunday, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Funk, Humboldt; Florence Funk, Fort Dodge; Neoma, and Estal Behrens, Estherville. Neoma, who had been working at the Esther- vil-le courthouse, will remain in Algona. Mr. Funk is employed at i the Chevrolet garage. Fred, Flor-l rence, and Neoma are children of! the elder Mr. and Mrs. Funk. 4. Rotarians Welcome Three New Members Kans. Rotary club. Don White was Introduced as another new mem- ber of the local Monday. club this week TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY i and 8 Continuous from 1 O'clock Daily 8 GREAT SH( RTS Bob Benchley's "HOW TO WATCH FOOTBALL" LEON ERROL L_i n _ "THE CRIME RAVE" News of the Day Victor M'cLftULEN . Ch^«r MORB.C THURS.-FRL, FEB. 9-10 Mat. 2 p. m. o ,, it .^ lltil The Rev. J. C. Buthman, new and returned Saturday'.! A 'K°"a Methodist district super- McDougall assistant' '"tendent, has been made an hon- Tom Dailey, foreman,' °'' ary member of the local Rotary Hanson, architect, at- l - clu ' b ' succeeding the Rev. W. G. — - Muhleman, former superintendent, now of Alden. Mr. Buthman is a left for Delray Beach, Fla., is now manager, working there for Harold Cowan, and E. \V who is building three houses for tel ™, ed ,. tne Wednesday sessions. Wood Cowan, uncle of Harold. I •* ft ' i Cnllcn, clerk at lender's, i — ------ -•-••-- "" -° Mrs. F. Karl Burgess is spending went to - Emmetsburg Wednesday P ast President of the Clarion Roa couple of days at Sac City with evening, and next day attended the ™ r , Introduced last week her parents, who are preparing to funeral of an uncle, J. P. Mul- Monday as a new member of the lo- celebrate their golden wedding. ™ n W- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. ? al club( was J°f. E. Lynch, new Mrs. Burgess is the only child. ' Sl eele drove to Emmetsburg last' l a ; w Partner of L. E. Linnan. Mr. Roy Chrlstenscn is expected Thursday and brought Mr. Cullen i Lmn an is an active,' and Mr. back Wednesday from Chicago, b ack. Mr. Mulroney's son John is j Ly " ch second active. Mr. Lynch is where he has been buying goods a former Iowa university room-: past President of the Herington, for the Christensen store. He went mate o£ Mr. Steele and is known to ! «„. —-— with his brother, L. M., of Esther- man y ° f the younger Algonians. | ville. | I'liyllis Clement, Jefferson, came I Roscoe Stewart, surveyor for the ' Friday to spend a .few days with i state highway commission at Grin- ' !ler brother and his wife, Mr. and j nell, came last week Tuesday<for a Mrs. Marvin Clement. Marvin is a! few weeks with his sister, Helen °' erk at the Cut-Rate grocery, and with Mrs. Ml 's. Clement owns Marie's Beauty shop. Mrs. Clement, with Phyllis, went to Jefferson Monday, and Mrs. Clement is with her mother, SteWart, who lives Thomas Schultz. Mrs. A. L. Long went to New Hampton last week Tuesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Jackson. Mrs - D - F. Meyers, who had a maj- Mrs. Arba Dee Middlekauff, daugh- ; or operation this morning (Tues- ter of the Longs, cared for the ' ^av.) Long household work. Mrs. N. C. Rice, with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Wendt, called on local business came home last men Thursday. They were selling 'ads' for their class 'annual,' The Viking. They said they expected to get a dozen orders from Algona merchants and already had pome 25 from Bode business men. There are 19 seniors in the class, and- the annual will be mimeographed, except pictures. The book DuCharme II, week Tuesday from a few days at Des Moines. Mrs. DuCharme has for some weeks been visiting here. Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. Mary Dole's, Irvington, were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon, Woden, their son, and Clarence Green, Lu Verne, Walter Mescher, Bancroft, and Oswald Thilges, Bode. 0. Scott Moore, foreman on the John Frankl farm, east of town, went to Kewanee, 111., Friday for a week with his mother, Mrs. Cla- first pleasant swallow of THOXINE. Soothes all the way down then acts from within. Ideal for children. 35c. Tunvixic QUICKER. I BlUABnC BETTER. NOTICE 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 Pop Eye "Cops is Always Right" •—and— Extra Special Gary Wilson Short 'THE GREAT HEART" The heroic sacrifice of Father Damien, a Catholic missionary of the Picpus Order bringing God's comfort to the Leper Colony. SATURDAY, F Continuous from 1 O'clock IB. 11 claimed a life in every race! Was it a jinx. an accident Plus BEN TURPIN —in"SMALL TOWB IDOL" LONE STRANGER NEWS Sunday-Monday, Feb. 12-13—Clarke Gable; Norma Shearer in "Idiot's Delimit." , WEBB H will have 100 pages, counting both Miss Stuhn, music teacher in the sides, it will be leather bound and Algna public schools, spent the week-end at Northwood with her I it will contain the class prophecy, the class history, the activities of the school, jokes, etc. Anna Jane Olson is editor; Carlyn Lowmen, business manager; Lloyd Wendt, assistant business manager. Another assistant manager, Wayne Noland,>-did not come to Algona with the two boys. * Lutherans to Plan a Centennial Meet A centennial committee meeting of the Algona circuit was held Sunday afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran church, with 60 in attendance. The Rev. R. W. Katelitz, Fenton, presided. The purpose was ^discuss a mass service of Lutheran congregations to be held at he county fairgrounds on May 14. An attendance of 200 to 300 Lutherans is expected, with 15 congre- :ations participating. *• Benefit Dance Clears $151. Livermore, Feb. 6—Under auspices of the band mothers club, a dance was given at the Figueroa ballroom Thursday night. After paying the orchestra $80 there was a net of $151. . Proceeds go toward completing band suits for the high school band. Alvin Bredall is "instructor. Society Mrs. G. W. Stillman entertained her bridge olub yesterday afternoon. The group had luncheon at he Pine Room, then played bridge at two tables at the Stillman home. Mrs. Mabel Wermersen entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Al Oppegard, Fort Dodge, Other Sunday guests were her son Ralph and Alma-Tegtmeyer, Britt Mrs. G. D. Stokes will be hostess to the Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday at a one o'clock lunqh- eon. Three tables will be in play. Mrs. Andrew Godfredson will be hostess to the E, T. W. club this week Wednesday. mother. LaVoun Fisher, who teaches the fifth and sixth grades at Bryant, spent the week-end .at Des Moines with her parents. Marion Marr and XMr. and Mrs. Vollmar Folsom, all of Madrid, left last week Sunday evening, after j the week-end here with Dorothy i Reif, home economics teacher in the Algona'high school. Miss formerly taught at Madrid. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole were Mrs.-- Lawrence Menke, farmers near Bancroft. Mrs. Dole and Mrs. Menke are sisters. Mr. Dole has a repair garage in the former Elbert quarters west of the Algona hotel. Leoua Walker, Whittemore, began work Monday as office girl for' Dr. H. M. Olson. She takes . the place of Magdeline Stoffel, who resigned. Leona is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker, who farm near Whittemore. Mrs. R. L. Williams, Lakota, got home Friday from San Antonio, Tex., where she had spent a month with her mother, Mrs. Albert Ogren, who for a time was critically sick, but ia now improved. Mr. and Mrs. Ogren will spend the rest of the winter at San Antonio. Evelyn and Marvel Dole, with Oswald Thilges, the latter of Bode, drove to Woden Friday evening for the girls' mother, Mrs. Mary Dole, who had spent the week with another daughter, Mrs. Chester Harmon. Evelyn is employed at the county recorder's office. Irene Heller will leave February 28 to begin nurses' training at an Albert Lea hospital, She was graduated from the local high school in 1937. Her mother lives at Whittemore, but she lives here at B. A. Thorpe's. Irene is a sister of Viola Heller, R. N., office girl for Dr. P. V, Janse. Mrs. Walter 13. Roberts came home last week .Tuesday from a few days' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zeno Bass, .iStrahan. Mr. and Mrs. Bass brought her and remained till Sunday. Anna Rose Bass, .sister of Mrs. Roberts who attends Drake university, Des Horse Sale Saturday, Feb. 11th Colwell Sale Pavilion 1 1P.M. Sale every Saturday Will have another horse sale and will continue having them Until spring work in the fields start. Can sell any kind from a pony to as large as grows at the present market price. We have some top borees, some medium priced ones; also some old horses and killers. Have someVarties that make .this sale on purpose for plugs and kjllers. Bring them in.- Shipping buyer- ers here each week for the market horses. This, is the sale where the horses are sold, hitched and tried, everybody satisfied. NOTE—'Remember our Tuesday auction on cattle f sheep, and hogs, whicij rates among the gpod sales la Northern Iowa. A trial will convince you. Twp weeka from t*><a&y, February 21, we will auction off a Kossuth, county farm, 160 a,cres. at tne sales pftvjllto». Watch for wore details l^ter or eee Colwell, H. M. COLWELL, Mgr. • mmm> Wb&» = = == = s: e: i ± •• ESS •K FINAL . Feb. 8 to Starting E 9 I FOR THRIFTY BUVER5 DRESSES Final clearance of ladies' dresses. Values to $5.95. Sizes 12 to 50— $1-99 FEATURE Ladies' Hats Hats which formerly sold up to $2.85 reduced fo rthis final Clearance to 47c Sheet Blankets Good weight cotton sheet blankets, 66x76, in plaid patterns. Final clearaway price Outing Flannel 36-inch outing flannel in light or dark patterns Heavy weight. - T- Limited quantity _ _ _ Jacquard Blankets Colorful jacquard designs, ideal as a car ro Reduced for final clearaway to Percale Prints r ivals and FEATURE Ladies' Coats Our entire stock of ladies' fur* trim and sport coats . marked down half price— $8 to $1? FEATURE Suede Shoes One lot of suede shoes suitable for school wear, Sizes 4 to 8, reduced Fast color percale prints. Many brand new ar included in this group. * Regular 15c value J Ladies' Silk Hose First quality full-fashioned silk hose in chiffo service weight, sizes 9 to 10|. Clearaway price . Children's Union Suits Children's winter weight cotton ribbed union suits. Ankle length with long or short sleeve, sizes 4to 12 Men's Union Suits Men's three-season weight cotton ribbed unio suits. Ideal for spring wear. Sizes 38 to46 Men's Wool Jackets Men's all-wool blue melton jackets, Cossack style, in sizes 36 to 46. Reduced to ________________ Men's Overcoats Buy your overcoat now for next fall and save the difference. Regular $14,75, reduced to Tr -^ • 1 ¥ £ ± I • unon 57 ii8«

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