Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1939 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1939
Page 11
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KOSSUTH COUNTY APVANCB. ALOONA. IOWA OH SCHEDULE Girls' B. B. Team Has a Good Record Bachelor Hairdresser Adopts Baby Bo) j-Gertfude basketball coach,' season's torts i starts and also ,V the sectional tourna-j 'the second year that » had an Organized Vd the girt* * ou l h , 'v—;«ur five feet two men«WJ!!%$to a good show- j the season pro- a s forwards were Houfeton, n saw action were Lota Eschar, Mary Welter, Helen De Oroote, and Sf 6 Vood and_ Beer Of the Anderson, Woden, and Kirschbaum, Wesley, as forwards; Severns and Scheffelman, Corwlth, Davis, Llv- ermore, and Collins, West Bend, aa centers; Bottom and Studer, Wesley, Helm, Woden, Long, Algona, Bowman, LU Verne, Ophelm and Stoddard, Llvermore. The Globo- Oa/ette polled 147 coaches and officials for nominations. 4 Collinsons Now the Owners of 5 Houses and and Welter, tieason. there will h lor a good to Texas- plen- squad Happy indeed arc Sydney Guialarnff, 30-year-old Hollywood bachelo and Jon, the 10-montlis-oUd baby boy he lias adopted. Giiialarolf says 1 is the nation's highest paid hairdresser, and, as far as he knows, ( only bachelor in the nation to adopt a baby. He took the boy when I was six days old because he likes babies. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Collinson have purchased another house, through C. W. Nicoulln, realtor This Is the Genrich estate property in the Becond block east of the Northwestern tracks on State street. The ColHnsons now 6"wn five town properties. They live in the house next west of the Adventist church, once the late Gene Clarke's home, which they purchased from Mrs. Keepher and remodeled. The other three houses are at 307 weal North, occupied by William Sangbush, county bridge worker; a duplex on Ridgeley, south of State, occupied by Mrs. Davenport and Mrs. Steadman; and one at West state, occupied by William Bilsborough, Agnes Bilsborough, and Howard Schoby. CprwithV Business Men Eat and Listen to Program at Cafe Corwlth, Apr, 3—Fifty members attended a meeting of the Corwlth business men's club at the Legion hall last week Monday evening. Seven o'clock dinner served by the Dunlap cafe was preceded by group singing led by J. Worth Miller, Richard Johnson accompanying at the piano. Following dinner; Dr. P. E. Wai- ley spoke on a trip to Florida, and John Mullins talked on a trip to Mexico. Jos. Klemm, who recently returned from Germany, answered questions concerning the 'government, religion, and living conditions In that country and showed German newspapers which carried cartoons and propaganda' reflecting the government attitude towards other nations. Charles Murr, president of the club, presided for a business session. COPY SERVICE—USERS OF this classified section have access to special copy, prepared through careful study of each line. Ask about this service. It Is provided at no extra cost to you.—Advance Pub. Co, 20tf . * •- spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Ross, last week. Last week Monday ho drove to Oto school, and they went from there to Chicago for a three-day W he the Gernentzcs, business and pleasure trip. « C ffibeder; by ie^ Former Teacher Visits Here•The Schroeder farm has j Lillian Meyers, former Corwith to Jesse Scott, and' teacher now teaching at Tipton, ---•-••' visited friends here last week, llttw Carl Schroeder accompan- llf her daughter and the latter* •PP. j w« nnfl inibandi J '•"^1 it. .fcnli Schroeder will Join «i»u. . •««««' na his Inoiher in Texas as .soon as he lies buiness affairs here. The " 'jner residents of They ' reported good Two From Kossuth on Globe-Gazette North Iowa Teams The Mason City Globe-Gazette announced its pick Wednesday for six all-north Iowa basketball teams. The only Kossuth players to place were Don Bilsborough as! center on the first team, and Bill' FILE FOLDERS—WE HAVE 600 legal size file folders, off color, Sell regularly at $2.60 per 100 While they last at $1.50.—The Advance. _ 18tJ Sexed Chicks To supply increasing demand we have employed two Japanese Trained Chick Sexers. Call at our hatcheries for NEW- PRICES ON SEXED CHICKS. KOSSUTH COUNTY HATCHERY Algona SPENCER CHICK HATCHERY Spencer 11-14 Moving ? Building? Remodeling? If you are building, moving, or reimodeling, you will want to have your new home clean and bright. We can clean your slip-covers so they'll be like new. Or, if you are just doing spring cleaning, you Should remember that rugs need washing, too. Our rug cleaning is guaranteed to be non-injurious. The chances are that you will pound your finger when you re-hang the drapes and curtains. You won't have to take_them down again so soon if you let us clean them. Our safe process preserves colors and delicate fabrics. PHONE 330 FREE DELIVERY P. S.: Why not have your spring coat cleaned, too? The ELK Cleaners NORMAN AND PERRY Pllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllh I FOOT?, ICweslfor School Vacation— ""Russell Ross, Oto echool music ' ' friends here _ w,hile she^was having a spring va- j Bauman, "Ledyard, who w'aa chosen for a forward on the third team. Maynard Woodbury, of Corwith, made the second team as a forward, and Sterling Logue and Paul Garry, Ledyard, made the fourth team as forward and guard respectively. Dick Larson, Buffalo Center, made the sixth team as forward. In an honorable mention .list were included Devine, Algona, Michel, Algona, Baker, Lu. Verne, cation. Greta Chamberlain and Lorena Robinson entertained the women of the local faculty in hon- T in Texas, wHh"a"fine"oUt- or of Miss Meyers Thursday even- PiSk for fruit. Mr. Gernentz has an ing. i of tomatoes that were!, just ; to bloom when he left for TO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS —This newspaper subscribes to a copy service, which provides i carefully prepared campaigns on all -lines of merchandise or service. spent part of a 'week's See us. — Advance Pub. Co. 20tf 8 o w..., YOU CAN ROAST WITHOUT . BASTING, WATCHING, SEARING^ TESTING . . . with SHELIANE and a UNIVERSAL GAS RANGE • Is Found in SHILTS New Store yj'ST*', """ Vv * H 1. Universal oven cook, ing is simple—first prepare roast. rv "-T»"3 -^ The Universal Gas Range, with its super insulated, heat con*->^ trolled Precision Oven, makes oven cooking automatic. No tricks or special cooking procedures are necessary. 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