Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1939
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APPEARANCE EXPENSE You don't have to spend a fortune to wear good shoes . . . Be as well shod as any man in town* WORN WITH .P'RIDE BY MILLIONS ANWY^^ Twenty to Posture School— A 4-<H posture training school at Clarion Wednesday was attended by 20 4-H leaders and girls from this county. It was conducted by Ella Gardner, of the tJ. S. department of agriculture, Washington, D. C., and this Is the third year that such a school Is conducted in Iowa. Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hicks, Kossuth H. D. A., attended. 'Leaders and girls were Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, Emma Gutknecht, Genevieve Brewer, of Lakota; Mrs. Ray Miller, Mrs. John Blythe, Tltonka; Mrs. D. C. Gardner, Trella Gardner, Mrs. A. B. Sohenck, Union;. Mrs. G. G. Pefferman. Mary Prances Inman, Bancroft; Mrs. Henry Looft, Seneca; Mrs Ralph Brown, Alice Sparks, Cresco; Mrs. Will Weisfcrod, Ruth Dreyer, Fenton; Luctle. Rath, of Swea; Lavina Jandl, Betty Stewart, Portland; Annette Simpson, Whittemore;. Helen Hanna, Lone Rock. Father and Son lianqnet— Seventy-three plates were served: at a father-son banquet at the Bap- j list hall Thursday evening. ! The Methodist Aid will meet this week Wednesday; hostesses, Mesdames Mayme Bravender, T. F. Mitchell, A. J. Christensen, A. H. • Schuler, Henry Fielding; devotions will be led by Mrs. R. E. Ridge, and the lesson by Mrs. Howard Hosier. Music will be provided by i Cecil Thoresons. From here attending the Nelson! funeral at Forest City Thursday! were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tweeten. SPEAKER A/f RS. H. C. HOUGOHTON JR., Red •^'•1 Oak, known as Iowa's foremost woman, will be the principal speaker at the Kossuth Federated clubs meeting at the Presbyterian •church here next week Tuesday. A story of the- session, 'together with a history of Mrs. Houghton, appears elsewhere in this week's Advance. Mrs. William Thompson, Mrs. Fred Peterson, and Bobbie Haglund. Protect your valuable heavy whiter garments by putting them in cold storage. Protect them from fire, theft, moths and dirt.. We Insure Them for Your Protection! Are You Planning Your Spring House Cleaning? Why not make this a real house cleaning by sending us you rugs, drapes, curtains, and slip covers'? Our quality work is sure to please you. HERE'S A TIP . . . You'll feel a lot better this spring if we clean your clothes. light Send bedding to us now so it will be clean, fresh, and ready to use next winter. Moths will not injure clean blankets, stored properly. We also clean feather pillows and feather beds. Phone 537 Free Delivery MODERN DRY CLEANERS ALGONA MM, Satti Robinson Sara E. Robinson, Algona, and Louis A. , Soltow, Little falls, Minn., were married at 6:30 Sunday evening at the Methodist parsonage, "Dr.'F. Earl Burgess off I* elating.' Genevieve Altwegg and Milton Voder, 'both of Algona, .were witnesses. Miss Altwegg Is a granddaughter of the ,brlde. Another grandaughter, Mrai Donald B; Moore, Algdnai, and hen huftbad also attended. The newlyweds are living here. Clnb Meets for Games- Mr, and Mrs. Donald Miller entertained the T. N. T. club Thurs-day evening. A progressive game of bridge, court whist, and Chinlt- er-Chek was playe'd, - Mrs. Rober.t Williams winning high for the women, Eugene Hutchlns for men. An Easter style luncheon was served late in the evening. There are 12 jnembers In •. the : club—six Beta Sigma Phi members and the husbands. < Sprays Fifty Tears Wed— I Dr. and Mrs. F. Earl Burgesfe have received word that the Rev. and Mrs; C. F. Spray, 210 N. Whtt- 'tey street, Columbia 'City," Indi, will celebrate their 'golden wedding •anniversary. Saturday. The Sprays lived here • when Mr. Spray wafe local Methodist pastor from 1904 till 1907. Doc'tor Burgess suggests that the Sprays will be delighted to receive cards from old friends here. ; • Shower at the Academy- Union TWp., Apr. 3—A shower honoring Magdalene, .the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffel, was given Sunday afternoon at St. Cecelia's academy. Miss Stoffel, who was employed office girl for Doctor Olson till she resigned shortly after January 1. will be married to Charles Ulfers, who is associated with Louis McWhorter, stockbuyer at Algona, after the lenten seaaon< little Boy's ttrikUi; . Mrs. L. W. Locke interlaced nine little boy« and girls ftt 7 o'clock dinner Friday evening in honor of the fourth ibir.thday,anniver- sary of her abn Bdbby. The guests, were seated, at a long table decorated in. Banter colors. There were two birthday cakes, one at each end of the-table, and balloons hung from a chandelier. Dr. Crctzmoycr on Cancer— The Trinity Lutheran Aid met Thursday at the church, 47 women In attendance. The Rev. P. J. Braner had charge of a religious study, which was followed by a talk on cancer by Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer. Hostesses, were Mesdames Fred Willrett and Walter Will. Hook Clnb Has Meeting— The Book club met Wednesday for one o'clock lunch at the Pine Room, then going to Mrs. D. D. Paxson's for discussion. Books reviewed were R. C. Hutchison's Testament and Reaching for the Stars, by Nora Walm. ' . , Other Society. 'A group of 25 Presbyterian Christian -Endeavorers .drove to Titonka Friday evening foriroller- skating. Lone Rock Christian En* deavorsers were also there. Jos. Rlcker and the Rev. C. W. Pfeiffer chaperoned the local group. •Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willson will entertain the Presbyterian WE DO CUSTOM SHEARING.— Clyde Bristow, 13 on 96 Burt. 10p26-33 [F YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO sell list it in our want ads, and set results. FOR SAOJE—WELL BROKE young horses. V. J. Gross, Lone Rock. 11 p 28, 29 and the coat is yours. Learn all about this gift plan. — Anderson Grain & Coal Co. 30 HEATING SERVICE—IF YOU are considering a-new heating system, we can provide services of Green-Colonial factory engineer without obligation. Direct from ' factory.—Laing & Muckey. 30 THREE 400-LB. HOGS FOR SALE. Will farrow April 15. — Ohas. Egel, Irvington. 12p29 THREE CHESTER WHITE brood sows for sale. Bred for April farrow.—Jens Sorensen. 13p29 WANTED— TILING. WORK GUA- ranted. Prices right. C. R. McVeigh, RR 1, Algona. 10 p 28, 29 A Style as thrilling as Robin Hood's adventures The Portis Archer hits the mark of fashion with the latest style features. The hand of herringbone weave and the spring shades of the soft felt match the new suitings. Come in today! HAND FASHIONED IY Excitative Portin long-wear feature* t "SwMuback** waterproof finish; "Protek," pcnpir*tion-proof oil •ilk iiwert, retard* band »tain*. Portit Halt look better in all kindt of weatker STEELE'S P-30 PARMAODL tractor and cultivator for sale or trade for livestock.—Inquire Advance. 13]>29-31 FOR SALE — SOME PUREBRED and grade Poland China brood sows.—Herman Carlson, Wesley. 13p29 HOME LOANS — MONTHLY RE- duction or straight term. Title , 2 PHA loans low interest rates, no ' commission. Loans for all purposes.—Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. • 26u8tf RED CLOVER $7.50, ALFALFA $7.95, certified! hybrid seed corn $3.50, all per bushel; also other bargains. Postal card us today for catalog and samples. — Hall Rob- ierts' Son, Postville, Iowa. 29u23-36 WORK WANTED BY COLLEGE • graduate having good references and. good habits. — Inquire Advance. . RAISE PHEASANT FOR PLEA- sure and profit. We handle many different breeds of ornamental and game breeds. We invite correspondence on old pairs, young birds, eggs. Lux Game Farm, Hoplcinton, g 28, 29 FOR SALE— SEED BARLEY, OAK posts, corner posts, and braces •F. S. Thmopson, phone 2&F12 Algona. 15(2)29 FOR SALE—TWO 300-LB. SPOT- tel Poland China brood sows April 15 farrow.—Howard Witham Algona. FOR SALE CHEAP, 1935 FORD Fordox. sedan. Good condition Terms.—Kruse-Blossoni Insurance Agency. 14(2)29 WANTED—BROOD SOWS TO far- row in April and May; also have several good workhorses for sale. -Ben G. Studer, Wesley, la. 20u29 FREE ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- iature album with each roll film developed and printed, 25c.—Lus- ' s - 14(2)27tf WANTED TO RENT—A MODERN house.—Phone 468-W, Loren L. Larson, of the Algona Bus Line. 15(2)29 WANTED—LIGHT HOUSEKEEP- ing room, ground floor preferred.—Mrs. Glen Galloway, Lu Verne, Iowa. 12p29 FOR SALE—SPECIAL PRICE ON Baby White Leghorn cockerels, Friday.—Wellendorf Hatchery, Al- I3p29 A NEW WELL DRILLING MA- chine in your locality. Drilling any size wells.—Guy Beemer, phone 102, Lakota. 12p27-34 FOR SALE—WISCONSIN '38 seed barley. Priced right. Good yield- er.—'Henry Eischeid, 5% miles east Algona. 16u29 WANTED—EXPERIENCED MAN with truck to route and care for Jack and stallion. Salary and commission.—Phone 636. 18u29 SALESMAN WANTED—MAN with car, must be ambitious and willing to work. Salary and commission.—Write box 400, Algona. 19-2-29 I HAVE PURCHASED THE PEAR- son sheep-shearing machine and am now ready to do your shearing. —Frank Lewis Whittemore, phone 3F2. 20p29 REFINANCE YOURSELF!—Loans on car or furniture, 20 mouths to repay. Relieve present obligations. —Edward Capesius, Heise bldg., Algona, la. 30 FOR SALE — 1935 CHEVROLET truck, long wheel base, with box. stock rack. May trade. — Can -be seen at Dutton Garage, east of Alrona hotel. ,, 23p29 FREE ESTIMATE — WITHOUT? obligation we will call at your home and estimate cost of insulating with Zonolite. Just phone 256. —Botsford Lumber Co. 30 SHEEP - LINED COAT, 'FREE! Save Sargent F«ed gilt coupon*. One in each 10«-lb. bag. 96 coupon* WANTED—MAN WITH TRUCK who has references, can secure bond, carry liability and property damage insurance, an'd' knows the country trade around Algona. — Write Advance, giving three references and qualifications. 30-2-29 ON HAND, THOUSANDS OF LEG- horns and Heavies, 1 to 2 weeks old, at bargain prices; . 2000 W. Leghorn cockerels,.$1.95 100, April 10. Kozy brooder houses at special discount; 8x16 .tenant house cheap. —Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. 38u29 THE HANDYMAN JACK and fence stretcher, the one man tool with 100 uses. The greatest of all labor-saving tools. Think of it — a simple little tool weighing 24 Ibs. that will stretch wire — single or woven—splice wire; jack up autos, trucks, tractors, buildings; pull poles, posts, pumps. — H. M. Hansen, Wesley. 48-29 HATS CLEANED J FOR. ' - ' ; • Even if you have a new hat, get last year's hat out to extend your wardrobe—we'll clean it and renew its shape. NEW RIBBONS , BLOCKING Also let us spruce you up tor Easter, to make your soiled clothes look like new. Our cleaning is the Band Box Odorless synethic way. Also send your print gar- ments.to be cleaned and reblocked. 1-Day Cleaning Service on Laundry* Free Pick-Up and Delivery Service. Algona LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS Phone 267 Alluring Styles in fine footwear that eii hance the beauty of any EASTER COSTUME This model in MARACAINE LASTEX Kid is a delightful shoe to wear. It's shown in blue and Japonlca tau, and priced with many other smart styles at $6.50, This high strap sandal does something for any foot, and it fits many feet. It's featured in Japonica tan and jet black patent. And priced to bring you unusual value at $4.95, SEE THESE FASHION HIGHLIGHTS IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT NOW ensens "Algona's Style Center" Mr*. Henry GudMiafc i» Mr*. Kottofc AN L«dyftrd. Apr. 3— Mr, and Mrl Lars Skaar alrwdy A h»»c «|»rij»fe chickens large enough (olRell -for fries. The Skftftra got baby chlcki shortly after Christfnas, and out of 600 they now have more than 400 between 2 and 2^ pound* to put on the market. The Skaars have built two large new chicken houses within the past year. ay night confined to his ttVer.a Period toflg been S-Uheral serv ce i week Tuesday at he church, Livermore \ r ce J. Costello 0 ffi 0 £S * rial will be madi?I*', Calvary cemetery the LITTLE LADY! Belle- Sharmeer makes stockings accurately sized in width and length for smalls like you. No wrinkles! Just ask for your leg size by name—Brev for smalls. And then there's Modite for mediums, Duchess for tails, Classic for plumps. Here exclusively. "Algona's Style Center" $1 and $1.35 a pair Christensen's COATS That Will Lead the P ara < Everything h J <<t citin S »i Coats i Fabri'o range everywh '"' '*' ' ' f pnn-. J T 'mi stno (,/» woolen crepes »A shaggy tweeds. Striking coats — different— the kind that'll bring icom- nients and compliments wherever you go. Some are simple and severe; others lavish through their distinctive individuality.; They are' slim! - Sleek! Satisfying! : ." Priced at / $10.95 and up to $29.75 punlo imbreidt coll.I i.d JMlilt' Christerisen's "Algona's Style Center" Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll | Again Norge has bee chosen for use in all Demonstrations at the Advance this Week See the Big Beautiful NORGE REFRIGERATOR «eed, fa aSol onThe ^^mS^T*^ 11 Jnoro cold ">«« J**™ ever I own kitchen equipment. S exquisite NORGE as a part of your | RICHARDSON'S in their 9th year as NORrp i , hundreds of satisfied users who will tell U ^ Ieps « an ^ve you the names of frigerator has been to them. One of our f°« «** real sav * n «fs * hl » » wat ^ month test run with his NORGE on a sen n t led U8er ^ «H»»«r. completed » for a full month's Refrigeration WhZ ^ ** meter » «*« ^swlfc being a cost of 76c actual test here in Algona? ' e Refrigerator (pat will equal this Richardson s F ««rnl«nire Co. piri''V.*T< ^ ', ! .'/a ti i.: 'y ,'< rj'i' " t \ i - '-

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