Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1939 · Page 8
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KQS8WH cotmw 41 Years Ago The Constitution says all men ar^born equal. That is so, but later oil in our country's history the fellows that bored the clevis holes in the whiffletree of equalization gave some men and certain interests a big advantage over others. There are more slaves in the United States today than before the Civil war'. Slaves to money, slaves to green and ayer- ice, slave to dope, slaves to idleness and crime, slaves to habits contracted during boom times when money was plentiful. It is hard to get back and live like we used to. I remember 41 years ago (the year Gene was born) 1 worked for $1.00 a day pressing hay at Wesley. That same year I put -up 112 acres of hay on shares for Nate Stucler and pitched it into Kunz's barn at $2.00 a ton. Nate got 66 2-3c and I got $1.33 l-4c on each ton. I sold shoes rainy days and evenings. Traded horses while I was resting, and cried sales all fall and winter. We had just as much to eat then as we have now. We wore more clothes then than we do now. Those days it took S yards of cloth to make a woman's dress, now li/ t yards of the same goods is plenty. Those days a young fellow getting married took his own chances, now days he can see what he is getting. But talking about early days is not advertising this wonderful stock of shoes we have on hand, and boy, we have the shoes. It is the largest and best stock of new up- to-date standard shoes I ever saw under one roof. The store is full, the bargain basement is full, and the store room is full of surplus shoes. We have shoes for everybody, ' men, women, and children. All standard, reliable makes, all new. Five expert shoe fitters to wait on you and at prices cheaper than you can buy the same makes anywhere else. Jimmie Neville ALGONA, IOWA OOL GET OUR PRICE ON WOOL We will have our truck call for your wool if you wish JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 Kossuth County Woo] Buyer Since 1915 STARTS TUES, ENDS SAT, NIGHT Tho selling event that's the talk of the town! Just look at the values! Shop NOW! This is YOUK bi" chance to SAVE! & Women's Pure Silk Hosiery 25c •1-thread! Dull finish! Picot top, mercerized heel and toe. New shades. Women's Kay on Panties trimmed novelty SASH CURTAINS Sensational 4 f* Sale Yalne! Pair _ I UC Crisp, fast color marquisette with 3-inch ruffles! Hemmed top, ready to hang. Each side is 22x36 inches. stripes on dark Chew necks. They'll Uug\s 29c l-i . selection of attractive pat- turns and colors! Convenient size. PAPER XAPKINS 120 in pkg. (jlassine wrapped. 13 £J inches square. Pkg. f/C i- PC. Crystal Glass MIXING BOWL SET Handy 5%, 6%, 7%, and 8% inch bowls. ~ Set "CDPID" UIRB'S ].;YE WJGAVE DIAPERS 3 for ----------------- o 3c RAYON- TAFFETA SLIPS, si/es 34 lo 41 _________ 3!> c MEN'S DRESS SOCKS _.15e MEN'S NECKTIES _ _ 25c CHILDREN'S CELANESE RAVON PANTIES . . 25c 10 USE BROOMS ________ Z'.)v Swea City Seniors Publish Annual, \ - _ .. . / • /. SECTION GIVES ALL GRADUATES OF THE_SCHOOL Swea City, Apr. 17—The Trojan,, nigh school annual, has been print- I eel by the local Herald crew and j after binding will be on sale at a I dollar. Published by the seniors ninnm. mna j i „ , . i . •-— •—- ••">—•-»"« .... it contains nearly GO pages! and^ FrWnv'^T^, at , 7 , ° cl °ck the A. N. Hanson'*, were injured there are 84 pictures. A special Aid and Mr S A *r ^ M ^odtat when their car overturned In a alumni section covers ten pages o^'l*'' LJ" ,?L aU f, ™* . d , tch » ear Thompson, Mrs. Sires, LINNAN SPEAKS AT LUVERNE BANQUET Lu Verne, Apr. 17—One hundred nineteen men and boys attended a rather and son banquet at the community hall Friday evening. This annual dinner is sponsored ,by the Community club, and the coiiimit- ARMSTRONG VISITOR HURT IN CAR CRASH Armstrong, Apr. 17 — Mr,, and French. en ago Satur(J ay to spend the week-end at ^s=Ki,^SEH r ^ se - ^* : ^.' s=r ~~' - uating class in 1902. Featured is a Di er rlnani-JnMirft «« U-_ iri_... ~ ... I ^"-"ICI . oldesi son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Erickson, a sophomore, is suffering from a case of measles. Two Win Music Firsts— . The Armstrong music groups nt Kagle Grove placed first In two entries—orchestra and boys' sextet. These groups arc now entitled to enter the state contest at Carroll. The band, flute solo, cornet solo mezzo soprano solo, and girls' sextet all placed second. . descriptive poem by Esther Smith, Hi2C, present Convlth music teach- fT Uftlph , ttnothor car ' and the wheels her cnr struck tlle shoulder of Mrs. Curtis Among Mrs. G. D. Curtis, who had been The Rev. R. R. Walter toast to the sons, Drink responded. the paving, and the-car turned over several times; landing on its top. and Richard Both occupants were thrown Calvin and through the top of the car. The the high school 1933 Ford wood! J'ond repair. damaged bet Mrs. Sires received a Buffalo Center hospital patient, wi , nd 8 r °">P Played their contest! minor cuts and bruises and Mi- was brought home by ambulance selection. Sires is suffering with a splintered' ast week Tuesday, but is still con- William Kollasch gave a musical collarbone and other minor Injur- fmed to bed. bhe went to Buffalo reading, Along the Atlantic Coast ' es - He was taken to the Coleman h ?'P ? are and w " s accompanied by Mr. Dim- '\ os P, ital '" Estherville. whore his bl « fe !' s ! ck he ''r £ r : T »° Principal speaker was shoulder -,vas operated on and - .— last wpkMn « "QBpltal Atiorijey L. E. Linnan, Algona, and Wednesday 1"= ww brought to the last week Monday. Mrs. T. P. his talk centered on democracy of A ' N - Hansen home. Mrs. Sires is MitnhMi «» nnmnnnt ~* ™_ r, ...... . ,-l ............. ,..„ <"•> ot l Mitchell accompanied Mr. Curtis to opportunity, the hospital to help bring Mrs. Curtis back. Shortly before Mr. Curtis and Mrs. Mitchell left here the Curtis car collided with the Dick Ferguson car, driven by Marvin Simmonsmeier, at the southwest corner of Reynolds park, and the Curtis car-was'badly damaged. Both cars were insured. School Banquet is Held— Some 150 persons attended t]]0 forraer Thelma Mrs T, B. PATIENT OIES_ _ AT AGE OF ONLY 37 an om ' athletic banquet at the school- bom March 3, 1902, at Fairville house last week Tuesday night, where she attended a rural school' Dean De Money, of the Estherville later attending a Whittemore acad- Junior college, was speaker, and omy, after which she was employed musical numbers were: cornet in. the telephone office here so o, Ellis Pehrson; mezzo soprano On 'September 3, 1929, marriage Rnln 7^1 n in a TT.1i i~~,. . _1-„*___, , I l-f\n1r «!«„_ _..j.« . * ***«.! i id&C solo, Elaine Kluger; clarinet solo, Wilma Preston. These pupils all placed in Div. 1 in the recent sub- district school music contest at Burt. Swea City Woman Honored- Mrs. P. J. Heiken and Mrs. Harold V. Jones drove to Algona to attend a meeting of the county federation of woman's clubs last week Tuesday, and Mrs. Heiken and Mrs. H. A. French, of Titonka were elected delegates to a biennial state convention at Davenport next month. Guild Has >'nmed Officers- Officers were elected by the Guild Friday: president, Mrs. Jennie McCrary; vice, Mrs. P J Heiken: secretary, Mrs. Fred Peterson; assistant, Mrs. Charles Kessler; treasurer, Mrs. Andrew Berg- pianist, Mrs. Walter Smith; assistant, Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe. Senior PLiy This Week— The high school seniors are now rehearsing for their class play. Hobgoblin House, a mystery farcei under direction of Anita Haafke The play will be staged this week Friday night. Son for Swea City Couple— A 7%-lb. son was born last week Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sonenfelder. The mother is a Kolasch daughter. Other S-vrea City. The Behtlehem Aid will took place, and for two years the Donahues lived on a farm near Emmetsburg. After that they lived on the Wm. .Donahue Sr. farm south of Fenton. Mrs. Donahue developed tuberculosis some four years ago. :She spent 1% years at the Pine Knoll .sanitarium, Davenport, but in March, 1938, came home. Last fall, however, her health failed again, and in December she entered the Oakdale institution. Besides the husband, a daughter, Maxine, 8, .survives; also 'Mrs. Donahue's father, Anthone Domek, and a brother Arthur Emmetsburg. A daughter Katherine, Mrs. Donahue's mother, and brother are dead. _.. — -*«-••«"«. J "-cui'Sdl, l»ll c*. Sires returned to Cedar Falls Sun| day to resume her teaching duties. P. T. A. Meeting is Held— The Apr» p.- T . A. meeting was ild last week Tuesday evening at the high school assembly. The pro- pim consisted of numbers by the Fenton, Apr. 17—Mrs. William b .°/ s ' sextette, Sterling Ray, Har- Donahue Jr., 37, who died recent- old Johnson, Bob Lux, John Thom- ly at the Oakdale state sanitarium, sen ' Kenneth Eckhart, and Bob "'"" " - - Sorenson; a flute solo by John Thomson; talk—Are You a Dictator?, by Mrs. R. R. Irwin; girls' sextet, Joyce Hansen, Betty Jane (.TaDriel, Frances Hoi-swell, Ilah Troestler, Rose Ellen Whitlow, and Marie Irmiter; male quartet, A J. Bosworth, W. A. Ortmeyer, Woodrow Wilson, and Harold Horswell. Following a business meeting lunch was served. Cliarlvnrl is Given— Some 50 friends .gathered Friday evening and charivarled Mr. and Mrs. George Manley at the parental Tom Mauley's. The young couple was married Easter Sunday at 1 o'clock in the Methodist church in Estherville. Mrs. Manley is the former Margaret Enderson and attended Armstrong and Haifa schools. Mr. Manley was graduated from the Armstrong high school in 1934, and since has helped his< father, a farmer northeast of Armstrong, where thev will live. Attend E. G. Mnsic Tilt— Mr. and Mrs. John Kuntz, W F. Trees, K. Oelrich, Bury A. T. Gibson in Irvington Cemetery Irvington, Apr. 17—The body of A. T. Gibson, Albert Lea, was buried in the local cemetery last week Tuesday. He suffered three strokes before death. Mrs. Gibson accompanied the body, though in poor health. She is 82. The Gibsons formerly lived here. , . — " *•* meet his week Thursday, with Mrs. Ben assam and Mrs. John Voght as lostesaes. Mrs. Bert Larson will' -e lesson lender, and the topic will e ; The Christian in the Comrnun- Mrs. Laurence Deim left Thur-slay for her home at Denver accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Bern- rtl Olson, Buffalo Center, who arc 'isiting relatives there. The Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Bron- eewe were at Rushmore, Minn Friday, attending the silver wedding of a cousin of Mr. Bronleewe. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Curtis of Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. William -arpenter, Weymart, Pa., visited :t the Glen Curtis home last week Mr. and Mrs. Dick Krumm en- ertamed the county rural letter Carriers here last week Monday night. Cora Pollock was called home Friday by news of the death of an Swea City Plans a Locker System Swea City, Apr. 17—The creamery has completed plans for lockers, an'd Fred Peterson will start work on them as soon as weather Permits. An addition, 30x36, across the west side " " building will lockers. of the creamery accommodate 300 Collects $7 for Foxes. East Seneca, Apr. 17 — Jerald Godden recently discovered a fox den on his farm, and on digging into it he caught the mother fox and six cubs. The bounty on foxes is a dollar each. r™ ' , Gerald Niemeyer, W. A. Ortmever Mrs. Kristina Thomsen, and A' N Hansen attended the district music contest at .Eagle Grove Thursday h I? su "? r , ln e fr °m an attack of the flu. Nellie Offenstein, also a senior, returned to school Monday after an illness of three with smallpox. Wendall Three Students are Ill- Shirley Peterson, Armstrong sen- If. IV. Johnsons T/OSQ Hnby— Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Johnson, of Fort Collins, Colo., mourn the loss of a son born April 8. Mrs. H. B. Sturtevant, mother of Mrs. Johnson, left for there last Saturday to be with her daughter. .1. 0. Johnson is Ill- Mrs. Charles Harlnn and daughter, Columbus, Mont., 'are visiting at the parental J. 0. Johnson's during the illness of Mr. Johnson, who is critically ill with pneumonia. Other Armstrong: News. Nellie and Mary Gu~erdet spent Enster Sunda# with their parents, the Anton Gtierdets, in Swea township. Nellie returned to her w6rk In Mnnknto, Minn., that evening Mary was taken to her work in Austin, Minn., the next morning by her father. The J. LeMnire family, of Luverne, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Arnold LoMaire, Esther Le Maire, and Russell Stovor, all ot Blue Earth, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Halverson, of Elmore, were Easter guests at Carl Halvorson's. Mrs. Adolph Anderson and baby daughter returned to Armstrong from the Coloman hospital in Estherville, and are now staying at the parental Nels LauriUeii's. 'Lyde Irwin and Jim Knipe, students at Iowa City, visited over a recent week-end at the respect- the Rev. R. P. Irwin and Dr. J. B. Knipe homes. •Mr. and Mrs. Peter Looft and Amanda, Swea City, Minnie Looft Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen, Renwick, were recent Sunday guests at N. E. Looft's. Mrs. Carrie Togstad and daughter Bernice, -Rockwell City, visited friends and relatives here the first part of the week. The Togsteds formerly lived here. JDr. and Mrs. A. Whitlow, son Robert, daughters Rose Ellen Kathryn, and Carol Lee, were Easter Sunday guests at Frank Bailey's at Fenton. * Mr. and Mrs. Neil Helmers and three children, of Dunnell, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson and son Mervin were Easter guests at Alva Burt's. • Leo and Robert Fitzgibbons, students at Iowa City and Creighton university respectively, spent the Dates. ( Margaret VandonbUrgh, voca music teacher at Sao XJlty, spent e recent week-end at tho parental George Validoiiburgh's. Mr. and Mrs. 3am Tlmm nnc daughter Barbara have concludoc a visit at tho parental August TImm'fl, Omaha. -Mr. and Mrs. Merrill'Sparks and daughter, Tamarra Lynn, of!''buffalo Center, visited .Thursday at William Beck's. Orvllle Johnson, D,es Moines-undertaker, spent the week-end with his father, Joe Johnson. Dale Hansen, Cedar Palls, spent a few days recently at the parental A, N. Hansen's. J. S. Beers and daughter Fern, of PaUlllna, visited friends here Saturday. • Cigaret Sets Fire on Street at Burt •Burl, Apr. 17—The firemen were called out Thursday morning for .he third time In less than a week Hre had started at the A. H! Meinzer jewelry shop. 'Someone had dropped a clgaret on the walk front of ti blew sidewal" ' aiice. • SI? crave f or Don't can buy just tlnto good rr'T.wsM'*: LONG'S FOOB AT 219 D. A. W ff ^ d at the Fitzgibbons'. Mr. ad Mrs. F. S. Manor are parents of a girl born April 4 She has been named Donna Rae Thev have one other child, Janet Sue 5 years old. Clifton DeBates, student at the state teachers college at Cedar week-end S? ' S V. sl)ent the with his mother, Mrs. Frances De- cat* hefy BUILD M, REMODEL We are ready to assist you on all matters related to construction., We can tell you about materials. We can show you plans or recomniend architects to you. We can advise you on financing. We have the best builders for whatever job you have in mind. If it's a new roof, we recommend Barrett ^S, 111 *,?^ 18 and we - wi » P«t you™" n ,- 1 a PP lic ator, We carry Barrett Shingles in a variety of colors, siz- and Come in and talk over your house prob- ^ms with us. There's no obligation. 1 We will help you with your financing. Botsf ord Lumber ALUONA, IOWA Phone -*- uncle. Supt. and Mrs, tained night. the faculty Wednesday Gof f Five and Ten, Swea^ity, is Sold Swea City, Apr. 17—The Goff variety store was sold last week Monday to Fred Infelt, Waverly, who took possession at once! Carpenters in the Fred Peterson and Frank Johnson crews were last week taking out all shelving and other fixtures, and it was announced that the store would be completely remodeled and redecorated. Mrs. Mervin Kelly i s clerk Four in Family Sick. Burt, Apr. 17—The four Ferm He-wick children are all sick with the mumips. Lotts Creek SENECA W. V. BUTLER, Owner ALGONA Hie Seneca high school senior class play, The Taming of Tuffy will be presented in the gymnas- uni fhurs-day and Friday even- ngs. This play was postponed be<n U u ° f , tbe illness of Maurice 'in th, who was playing one of the ending parts. He is now able to ake part. The Modern Mixers met with Irs. Marinus Nielsen last Wedne* ay afternoon. Mrs. Roy Hartshon Irs. Caleb Hartshorn, Airs. Mai ice Jensen, and Mrs. Dale Newb ecaine new members. Bunco wa Jayed during the afternoon, wit Irs. Howard Richards winnin high, and Mrs. Art Paulsen win »mg low prize. Mrs. Ben Olsei u'iis a club guest. Mrs. Albert Cody and Mrs. Sam O eson attended aid at Fenton las 1'hursday afternoon. Olsen spent last The Aid met Friday evening in the school basement, with Mrs Nick Gengler as hostess, and visitors were: Mrs. Ewold Rusch and Mrs. William Rusch Sr., Whitte- Schuler enter- IS ore ' and Mrs - Herbert Potratz, Margaret Fiene, Mildred Laabs and Amanda Kading, Lotts Creek. Mrs. Fred Haack will be next hostess. The Hugo Faulstiches were last week Tuesday evening visitors- at William Roeber's, Whittemore the occasion being Mrs. Roeber's birthday. Other guests were the Herman Meyers, the Otto Bells, the William Hanovers, and Emma Roeber, Whittemore, and August Gade Bend Lester Baas family, West Parish night was observed Friday evening in the school .base-' ment, and 500 was played at eight tables. The prize -for women was won by Mrs. Fred Meyer, low was Mrs. Carl Zumach; high for men was Martin Meyer, travel .was won by William Fuerstenau. On the serving committee for the next are Mr. and Mrs. Carl and Mrs. Noah Riese- ner, and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Meyer Eugene Radig, 13, son of Mr and Mrs Alex Radig, i s slc k with sipelas. ONE Pack 200 Klenzo FACIAL TISSUES 2 for 21<* Extra quality, soft, toUEhf ,.„„ Excellent to remove creams. Use m place of "hankies." _ , \KCIKTAWU 'A GOOD\ WAY TO BUY \eeAvrr HEfos Reg. 50* size Gardenia Face Creams With pureha,. of one mor . at rcg. 50c price. D. JAMES SHAMPOO •B A With purchase ot one ^V more at re 8 .50c price. 'i! product nc. .caip- washes away loose dandruff. ASPIRIN TABLETS ^ A With purchase of one ^^T mor. at rog. <9c price. Cleansing Cream, CowYrean Tissue Cream. - Jrom earn, Finishing Cream, Mi 31 Solution ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION With purchase of one mote at rco. «9c price Effective as a mouth wash, when di- juled equally wilh water. 50*pM size Puretest Rubbing Alcohol 1* 35*-8 07. si?* HARMONY Bay Rum Enjoy With purchase ot one more at reg 60c price. lie soothing, quieting, ul effects of „ rub „„„,, high-quality Alcohol. It dots not irritate ,, le sllin ^Pleasant odor. Stock up now for summer Jim Pool, IN TOW BSC DA 50# quality Cascade POUND PAPER ' LINEN FINISH With purcnjip of one more at rcg. 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No mailer what your poultry p ro bi em may be. we can help you 8olve jt c to lor help and advice. Lusby's Drug 50t |«*rss?E «£•;=!?= Baby Laxative •«!•„,«,., \tincSleurate Toilet Lanoli \Maljed Amis \IiubyPants" in 2 FOR ZFOR ZFOR area ZFOR '" \&$$*^Sfcl&<* '»?*« Itf | cost j nands. i Thtsi <o«, r OLIVE K.IT i up for salad lime I it • With purchan ol one mor. • -• at r»(. 89epr(e«. • fouLrmr HEALTH itHVICE STAJION .-..-,- I A chaw, /„.' 3^16* ! lor von »« 55,^^ SATISFACTION

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