Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1939 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX > t' n. V) ENTRIES RUN UP T0181 IN 18 CLASSES Lu Verne, Feb. 20 — A large number of women attended the judging Friday afternoon of entries in the Home Economics division of Kdsstmrcdtmur ADVANCE. ALOONA. IOWA TITONKA CONTRIBUTES $47.90 TO THE CHRISTMAS SEAL FUND Titonka, Feb. 20—At the regular February meeting of the local P, T. A. at the school building Mrs Mary Oesterreicher, chairman of the Christmas health seals, reported that 545.30 had been sent to the ; county T. B. association from Buf- f -'~ township. One hundred nine- letters were sent out, and ail inual Washington supper this week j Wednesday in the Methodist church ! basement. At this event the wait- 5e s wear quaint Martha Washington costumes, and decorations are in keeping with the day. A large attendance is expected, and serving will continue from 5-30 till 8 p. m. MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 180-220 $7.60 Med. hvy.. 220-250 _._ _$7.45 Med. hvy., 250-270 -$7.30 Med. hvy., 270-290 ..$7.15 Med. hvy., 290-325 $7.00 Best light bulch., 325-350 ... $6.85 Butchers, 350-400 $6.70 i Packing sows, 275-350 $6.301 Packing sows, 350-425 $6.40 { Packing sows, 425-550.. $6.00-6!25i WEST BENDERS SEEK ANOTHER 'CHAMP 1 TITLE -------------- . . - *>t cows .... ...... .....$4.50-5.50 i B, B. to Repeat Victory of Last Year. from three each and mince pies Prize-winners were: White bread—Mrs. Jacob Mr.s. Martin Clove. Mr« Hefti. Cinnamon The West Bend girls' basketball ! team is out for the state champion- j this the state >d in the , ear - ^est Albert da!ene Bleich rolls Mrs. P. Hit by Chunk of Other Titonka News. yellow com .......... __ 35c Girls The _ ,. . -- .-, ..,,.,. „. _ --, Then Lose— f. Kubly. Bellow angel-food cake — M r.* - "".cm HI nrrarvme unin Mr.s. Dudley Blessie. ^ nursda - v night against .ScarvHle" oMb Marty. and won. 32-21; but Fridav same . to " r " ament ' which w« «„ . w ,,' which was on the West Bend floor; chunk which Sehram Mrie ' T,I~" i'V"Y '" 5 " 1 ollt accidentally hit Friest In ?£3i JPV s^r,£«,™ 3 white oats 20c rye Z2& 2 yellw soy beans ~~70c EGGS uncon! He " ne r* -15c hort time; but aside v°' j> 14c the e Center by the crushing „„,.„, »<-13 in the first round, and in the final round defeated Cylinder, 3M6. PalrlBfn are Amoftfte«& Pairings for a district tournament are announced for this w«ek Thursday, Friday, and Saturday on the West Bend floor. On Thursday Gi'aettlnger will play LeLand, and West Bend will meet Seneca. On Friday the round robin tournament will show Graetttngef play- Ing Seneca, and West Bend play\ ing LeLand; and on Saturday Oraettlnger will play West Bend, and Leland will play Seneca. The team having the most wins, or the highest total score, will advance to the state meet i Itorman Forfeits Game. i In the sectional tournament Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Ruthven played Lone Ruthven won, 25-22, In game. Rodman forfeited Center because of the of smallpox in Rodman's schools. Friday evening West Bend,! which drew a bye in the first' round, played Lake Center, and in; the first quarter ran up 34 points. The WesUftend coach then (f€«t )• bis second airing tor the re*t of the game. , v The second game Friday even- first Keep your valuable Da in a safe place at low c SAFETY DEPOSIT 'eniai For rent in our fireproof vault an I you require, at a reasonable Security State Algona, Iowa "The Friendly Bank' 1 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. - - - --.^ cake — M r $ Kubly. Mrs-. David Huff, 'uo'rif ternoon - <-'p to"las"t";nidw"ek "the"- Hl " x ' local team., had not lost a same bUL-ar cookies — Mr.s. - - ' r.Ievo. .Mrs. John Hefti. M Ram us. cookies c *„ M r = •.. .....*.,.,,i.» JJirfhflay Snpppr A committee meeting was held at Mrs. A. M. Petei'ssn's Friday af- — her; ' ' " '• '"^<-- s'uup Thursday i i -^£Gt ""'to • M Edd n e Saatnoff w °n first! POTOTKT " i j • ze, Mrs George Bonacker, a ' Heavy stags n I "' £L lh £, a . v ? ra S e score, and Light stags' —I.^'l . a consolation Hens, under 4 Ibs ~~~I~~_9ci prize Mr.*. .; - ••" -jj' '-uuhife? — Mrs '-t'-i sfMi .s r Tluav ai- •Stont, Mr.s. Albert Genrich,' ctrnoon and plans laid for an an- 1 ft T* i rn -". r- YOUNG MEN IN INORTH END'S MAIL WHITE JACKETS SERVE DINNER Martha Klmer. Divinity randy _ Mrs. Dudlev tjff.i:t;jf. \T r •• r r • i '-...it., .M[.,. Lee Lichtv, .Mr- Jacob Kubly. ' Fudire Phyllis Lichtv, Mr? AI. "crt Hefti, .Mrs. A. L. Benschoter Apple pie-Mrs. Harry Christen*en, .Mrs. Dudley Bles=ie M •Martin Cleve. " "' Mince pie-Mrs. Dudlev Blessie Jw. Albert Hefti, Mr.s. D. C. Too-' Cannod tomatoes-Mrs. Albert Uchty. " a> " St0ne ' P1 »-» te Mr^p VnrhtT p hyllis Lich '>-. ^Mr?^- Sr"f%£ !£ ,nur3^1^i' V £lLv c MM -n ar , F, rae r M- r SSt^f:..?™™ «"" "enu •ha Elmer Mrs. R. L . Corbin.' Iractfcal kitchen apron - Mr.s. Hen% Br'arnV ManhU *"""• M »' Child's prim Stone, Mr.s. V. 'arl Goetsch. | Cocks, over i Geese, live Fen:on, Feb. 20—More than 160 mothers and daughters were" erv- ecl at a banquet Wednesday City, Feb. 20—The Swea <-ny column carried a story last, «-eek to the effect that there was no mali nere on Friday, the 10th I due to drifted roads. This was i r^.' h « ™»" P™babl? a duS dress—Mrs. L'. Toohey, Rav seating, p ----. .-..-j suns, and Miss ----..;er then san? That Wonderful Mother of Mine Two courses were served bv the lln'r ,-.-1^,,, _ c _. * i-»<u - —u.., t ., i,.jj L . hc-i'veti bv Mrs. - v ° un - men of the church all in '•''lute jackest ' ' in a girls' judsins contest I u- were KUn '~- irnma Bracket and hurnell We" ""'"" " At invaongs the after dinner afternoon The st , r route carr , ers made ineir routes as usual, but encoun- HoSk C wh^ bP !LT CIllty - ""•' ne mail from . »;""' "'"" " 1LU Gerled. around H ?S S a T'^d""™ here "i- m.. and gets back' a several j •> That fi^n' I*" late GET DETAILS ON THE PLAN . w.^,^ iL( , .-v^-tjuiiu; and Henderson von third. Look Torn Wins ,lf?ain— ^nk 1 «?„» :?J"-'« ?'™»^. - i"-.-vui , » aa LUa: tress. The program follows- P,nh IO rV/ le - StUIU and ''Citations, ^u 11 ^ ?ra yrt s ^ Vi,.;^-^! 1 . 1 T°. 0u <\ Mothers,' The Algona Townsend club No I I met at the courthouse Tuesday! evening, and the membership was ! , r !!-° ned as G7 ' After a sll °''t bus-; •ind answers took up the j !e evening. One question, amount of monthly an- ^j^^^te^^&te •UK vt T ^ aSt U " eek -^nday, • 1? OJ :- Atll! Fi n»: address, Memory's Cd,! fn , -f 3 "' W ° n a bronze ' f ••' sk «. Mr.s. w. R. Schroeder? Em- nn'ii;,,. , i :ne;>t >' ielf J of open '"°tfcburp; solo, Mother Machrpo whch ,„ C ° rn in this district, M "- L J- Reed, Algona. - laChreo ' Thv'; f tS £ f Seven cc "Wtie S . ./n a P'ay, The Charm of the Old • eceiv ,1 „ ° lhird Ume he had r hl ? m> lho parts werc: GraVe S£-i e K^ ^ ; S;3\^ff n ° iher ' « w ^— ra ^ ^chedole,; =:i;=^-^«; „,. .—•• >-"uiu not ot "iV"""' nis maj l is Dick- hv tS 1 a ! 0nraearlyinthem °™Mr n arner Ber ser, of croft wuh'h^.f rr ' TO d at'Ban- "'LU ills JTlfll] aVimii. '.on • oU p. ceptod American standard % ^ &0 !! yeS* n eStimated at ,, ..,_„,, tfte sta rt, each an- would receive an amount 1 ofthe°Ur, C l n L° f ^ a v=e t time the VMU . , s j ,.. , P resent ] °w an- plan A LARGE SELECTION OF PRICES LOW 12.95 } "Mary Lyne," "Wilshire," "Rice Moorp" O n f :L c rjL"±r»!!; .-e e , es ^es7 a11 'iiy^g J. •" "no gujup. i\ve • and boucles, value and style Second Group of Coats Coats for the younger miss, boxy styles, in spring colors $7.95 Third Group of COATS Finer coats of Super Rhum- and Paris styling association. •'••{• C '' ub Entertains Husbands— Ifushnnds of mernber.s were J. J. prixe; by „ _» v u.jiic, \V'3,S George Boettcher, . - ~. ..IC^LT a fn i n, on the ^arch was giv- • Paul Phillips, a door court m' h' A- G ' Smith - A two-'ru.VDs -, and Mrs. Cecil Wil-. '°!^,,^ ne ^ on * keeping with'-M-of Vellick , • -• ^ 'inuiirt, a OOO . and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wil I'arns, a family prl ze. Hostess e ; were Mesd ames Wo lf, Cec"l WU- ^ams Harold Sorenken Albert Schneider. Bernard Wolf Lloyd Centner, and R_a_S U rby Clul) is 13 Years Old— The 13th anniversary 1 . "* "^TJ/IIli. •aibiitme's day was served, m-iilth I'roblonis are Stndied- on'^in^^^^Feven. of at a meeting one t he- was day was |-'»e Tax" ir?m manent School' isxs«^- ;FFV, T^EAst?iE^V K . H . E '^'"'~o*' == ^ a !5fiP«»/siF«. *"*•••• $ J 1' « ft * 2 '^CGlptS Dl SI hi i *• ei £i m 1 -tStil till CG v '*'t,'iUi,iQ * '^Q r co •* - •'"HIGH tS D&c ^t 1 1 fi o o no longer questionable All presen, » **W>, tl> IJ r -Baranl? C ° UNTS June 1, 1938 •* -<^,401.7 U 1,031.0'' 10,769.30 , n 5,593.SO 102,911.73 11,527.98 63.88 5.455.32 16.64J.S5 11,409.05 3.70 ss^hiSS Bion followed. Mrs. George Wolf A world" sions will day of j, f "' ayer for mis- at a Itirfhilar C1..I, Meets Wednesday-i'J'°«i«utS a<1 ^^^n' V.'.'. $^«$'3lr££ I ™ tSF? s ^^^Sr- •'ic ts m M rS avU ° ndinS ' P' U * °"° .S^?m'a<i^ M&, '•" ££;^w^;^ ^ ^ogS^liSl;"^?"- 100,117.34 5,338.81 810.15 1.890.6'' 800.86 207.69 evening, February i'i t n Peoplf/'of the Methodist," PrcTy-' '•efreshmcnts committee John Kc-rber and Mr ' variou.s on Who churches pooplc-', program Five-Hundred Club The 500 club was week iln Wi,^ m -!r ir ,u efc .e^ s . snont ot r. ount y Cash lioad r. -secondary itoad '••t> fax J-tefund .. total .Balances Overdrafts 846.25 1.3 1 ' 170.48 3,794.59 144.78 270.49 .'1,891.95 37,046.8'' • 07,570.21 506.35* 27.20 21S.82 9.88 • .. 59.42 • iM9.494.4-; 506.35* •?u7S,98S. 2,333.16 49,788.09 7,166.72 416.18 2,847.77 54,210.92 19,251.32 3,954.04 -1,774.47 5,369.52 10,576.03 1,615.95 352.64 &3,949.24 75,539.4C 347.70 17,940.18 1,795.37 51,796.84 150.00 5,003.63 13,375.00 1,171.20 224.73 755.30 615.15 30,243.46 191,087.84 14,797,00 2,037.55 62,950.41 '400.'74 1,128.91 56,198.20 9,029.48 946.41 32,363.'! 4,771.87 6,351.51 2,695.65 80,597.36 138,565.77 2,127.60 15,514.45 3,376.44 52,542.16 224.46 5,003.63 14,061.25 705.05 4,019.32 713.65 667.68 28.025.36 190,579.61 16,252.93 27.20 218.82 23,769.36 5,889.41 89,749.41 2,656.32 79,32 7,174.18 14,657.57 21,630.89 3,011.33 12,174.81 9,'287!47 1,196.00 „ 352.61 SO,122.37 37,091 03 3,558.91 3,235.88 30S.55 55.51 133.23 160.00 467747 170.4S 186.43 217.9'j 6,110.05 37,555.05 92,815.19 •207.26 Cotton Dresses 'Sally Ann' wash frocks, have made a real hit in our store, fast colors, neatly styled, 4 AA sizes 12 to 48 I .UU ^™^^™^™^« Sale of Gloves Fine wool gloves and mittens; also fabric, all regular $1.00 value, at for the larger well as |*U**"i^ j*e miss $22.50 Sale of Slips Here is a real slip value Four gore brassiere top! tea rose satin, hand embroidered 'J \^ J. T'*.,VUU.;JC, fly RECEIPTS AND DLSBUn.SEMKNTS lino $717,656.96 $795,847.50 9.88 69.42 501,004.82 * 207.26 $500,797.56 S^st" ^ ""'^n'M^ 'Mr ; IT'i ''ono^h^irthV'S! rfr n ^^? d -"wW n&Se^L^'J^-pt:- l!ecr Licenses S^-^-^-:::::: vf^^^^» t' UlfcS f rcim r\t i ,-, ._t UI L '''"^'r 0 " for "•» Heftis Neighbors " " .•T%Z %, and high was won by ',^1,^ other omceTs ;;;;;;;; inn. A 7h"o Etrr a^S*,^ sAS'Hs^'«r-«-i : . : . :: -^.-OU g , lt b y the gU «J^!§;!--£e^^^^U U Uo n s_ -. .-* 1.4.3 arc uiovi rarm near Bradgate. i ^'brought by% e ^J^l^^ — ^C .. __ ^'^us^as; : ; ::::::: " Pees /ioT r^ 1 ?, "^Pr-'er:: i!!!!.'! ' J>ati,.,,t If,,,,,,, Again• and Adolph Pertl at a joint par- theDy- celebrated ty Wedm er home. - ims ,„ ali annu -Guests were the Adolph Penll; • 1-l.sie Dreyer, her children Reuben Luedtke. The evening . „ -,; " l * "easurer . lySS^^ : o§; Homestead' Exemption ' Advanca Taxes -'•"cuiut: iaxes *"»cellaneous Receipt's ' transfers—Auto Fees Other Trannforo' r,,c./, olil1 Account) WSBURSEMBNTS ;uate Treasurer's idltor's \Vt Warrants, Amount .••••*578,9S8.lu 444,160'.42 5,021.41 3,656.11 14,250.00 615.15 224.73 63,005.42 416.1S 5,003.63 613.11 13.375.0u 437.50 400.00 • • • • 4.000.00 2,333.16 39.568.7r, 480.89 581.65 33.0(1 5,197.25 751.2S 2,260.41 811.16 JO-' II 21.75 1.708.25 1,962.70 61.50 5,639.30 ••• 51,796.84 352.04 ••• 12.713.4S 1,314.50 ••• 34,786.72 •S1.29G.640.05 HOSIERY A case of full-fashioned Pure silk hose in new spring colors. Get several pair at .//j this low price-^t/C hh f '!l e u 45 gauge 3- thread hose. A beautiful stocking. YOU would expect to pay much more for them, o First Come First Served m This Group SHOES These are close-outs from higher priced shoes. $100 ODB STORE IS PACKED WITH coiOBFUlT Dresses ;±'r ss."-IT" "»•«•«' A group of tweed suits. Man tailored —sizes 14 to 1!0, marvelous v a 1 u es ^ only $7.95 Many different types of suits in this group. Man-tailored anil dress maker, mixtures, screes tweeds, sizes -3 f\ A* 12 to 20, 38 to 46 ..-/l/.t/O nusual patterns and material* fine fitting. If you want a different suit (p //7 /I,here It Is ^jf / .t/Q -•O^^BHMB Sale of Purses All the new colors, styles, and materials in these new smart purses at only ___ A Special Rack of DRESSES Clever nvinf..'"'" 5 '' '" cnl ^ren's new P"nt dresses. A11 fast co , ope » s^e 4 to 14. Children Spring Blouses Rli-vi*,-. _ _ Blouses and shirt One of „„ .un« l'"J*r,I.T,l«DU..mrt. inp>J L"^ 01.^.1 * 18.706.59 5,000.00 4.021.25 14,061.25 667.68 c~,~v~" V"* l " OB . left ,,ouuBa- 5M5 Si Mia&2* ,„„„ Co ""« $5.oo P-lsh Fashion sho es and other makes at this p op m ai . Price of extra pop u i ai . shoes . A 'l good styles at only Homestead Transfers to : Balance on K Bna uee. 31 lotal Accounted for I. M that,the .„ by me tor Vehicle Licenses ..''.'.','.'.'.'"' 550.00 38,452.71 52,542.16 36,101.22 600,797.56 M. J. t^Ppy, County Treasurer. SHOES

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