Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1939 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 25, 1939
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ADVANCE, ALQ6NA. IOWA ROUP and COLDS Knock Egg Production Guard »gain«t egg losses from roup and coldsl Spray laying hens regularly with Dr. Sals- bury'a Cam-Pho- Sal — a favorite of poultry raisers everywhere. Come in—Pet a bottle today! Lusby's Drug D. ViKhuty S POUlTRV HFALTH SERVICE ST/mON Authorlud Member: Dr. Slltbury'l Nation-wide Poultry Health Service SPECIAL Wave Art Oil $2.50 ]Vu Pad Oil $3.00 Dnart Oil $3.50 Mnchineless $4.50 Shampoo and Finger Wave and Manicure S5c Shampoo and Finger Ware 50c Oil Shampoo and Finger Wave 75c Special Dandruff Treatment & Finger Wave _"5c Cottage Beauty Shoppe Phone 128 119 So. Minnesota. For Service I keep my husband's clothes neat at all times at little expense The wise wife makes her husband's clothes look smarter longer., and understands the thrift of frequent dry cleaning! Our address is your key to good appearance at savings! Modern DRY CLEANERS Phone 537 WE DELIVER MRS,SPEAR,90, 69 YEARS HERE, PASSES FRIDAY Came to Algona as a Bride of Soldier in Civil War. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at her late home for Mrs. S. C. (Emma) Spear who died Friday. The Rev. D. R. Martin, pastor of tlje Congregational church officiated, and burial was made in Riverview. Mrs. Spear who was born at Portland, Me., April 26, 1849, lacked only five days o£ her 90th .birthday. Her parents were Mry and Mrs. Charles Strout, and she was educated in the east, studying music and painting. On April 28, 1870, she was married to Simon C. Spear, and they came here the same year. She had lived here 69 years. Mr. Spear opened a clothing store on State street, south of the courthouse. Except for two years at Sioux City, the Spears made Algona their home throughout their married life. Mr. Spear was a Civil il war veteran, having served with a Massachusetts regiment, and Mrs. Spear was a member of the W. R. C. They traveled extensively, attended every G. A. R. encampment till Mr. Spear's death December 11, 1927, and spent the last ten winters of his life in Florida. Mrs. Spear had been in failing health five years, and she was seriously sick six weeks. Three weeks ago she suffered two strokes. Her granddaughter, Mrs. Mark C. Cord, Danbury, came two weeks ago to' help care for -her. Survivors are a sister, Mrs. Adeline Dalton, Portland, Me.; the only daughter, Mrs. Geo. C. Call, Sioux City; and two grandchildren. George R. Call, Sioux City, 1 and Mrs. Cord. The George Calls! have two children John and Bar-' bara. | Besides the immediate relatives,; Anna Nelson came for the funeral. Miss Nelson, who has been with the Spears and Calls 35 years,'now lives with Mrs. Geo. C. Call. Pall-bearers at the funeral were M. P. Weaver. M. P. Haggard, E. J. VanNess, D. C. Hutchison, W. P. French, and Lawrence Misbach. RELAY TRACK TEAM MILE RAGE WINNER Fourteen members of the high school track team took part in a Pocahontas invitation meet Saturday in which 13 other north Iowa schools were represented. The locals won fourth in mile relay, with Walter Hicks, Jim Neville, Ellsworth Brandow, and Tom Kohlhaas running. The same team was third in a two-mile relay. Others in the Algona party were Robert and Hubert Deal, Wesley Schultz, Raymond Lund, Verle Harlan, Kenneth Brandow, Edw. Skilling, Edw. Gilmore, Russeli Crapser, and Lloyd Spear. The team will go to Humboldt tomorrow for a meet against that town's school. Coach Ridenour plans to take the entire squad of some 25 members. Coach Lawrence Findley will take a few-members of the golf team to Spencer tomorrow for MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 180-220 . $6.60 Med. hvy., 220-2150 —^..__ $645 Med. hvy., 250-270 ... .£6 30 Med. hvy., 270-290 $6 15 Med. hvy., 290-325 $6.00 Best light butch., 325-350 $685 Butchers, 350-400 $570 Packing sows, 276-860 $5]eO Packing sows, 350-400 __I"~$5 50 Packing sows, 400-650 $6^0 CAXTLE Canners and cutters —.$3.50-4 25 Stock steers $7.00-8.00 Fat yearlings $7.75-8.75 Fat steers . $8.00-9.00 Fat cows $4.50-5.60 Veal calves $6.00-8.00 Bulls $5.00-6.00 GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn 36%c No. 2 white corn 40%c No. 2 white oats __!""" 24c No. 3 white oats 22%c No. 2 rye _.^ ~~ 3 o c No. 2 yellow soy beans ~74c EGOS Hennerys _ 15c No. 1 ...."~14c No. 2 ^ 10o Cash cream— No. i _ 20( , No. 2 L___i___18c Sweet 21c POULTRY Hens, under 4 Ibs. lOc Leghorn hens HZ ioc Cocks, under 4% Ibs. " 60 Cocks, over 4% Ibe. "70 Geese, live - IIIIsc Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. _ "120 Ducks, live, 4% Ibs 8c Ducks, live, under 4% Ibs. 6c Hens, over 5 Ibs. J 130 ALGONA GIRL CHOSEN FOR UNIVERSITY JOB Ila Mae Leffert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert, Algona, is a senior at Iowa State college this year and will shortly be graduated. On July 1 she will become! statistician for the agricultural experiment station at Cornell university, Ithaca, N. Y. This is the New York state agricultural school. Miss Leffert, who is a graduate of the Algona high school, has majored in zoology at Ames and will receive a bachelor of science degree. She has specialized in entomology. At Ithaca she will work under a professor of poultry husr bandry and animal genetics. Miss Leffert was recently elected to Phi Kappa Phi, national scholastic honorary society, membership in which based on scholarship from the upper one-sixteenth of senior classes. For the Ithaca position she was highly endorsed by two Ames professors. PUPILS SPEAK ON PROBLEMS OF THE TIMES "Need the IT. S. fear < anything from the present European tur-| moll?" was the subject for a panel discussion between speech students from Algona and Spencer at the local high school building last week Tuesday evening. Julius Baas, Geraldine Nolle, and Mary Anne Hough contributed to the discussion for Algona, and there were three Spencer speakers. Thorrell Fest, principal at Spencer, presided over the panel section. The panel resulted in two declarations, namely that a general was is imminent, and that the U. S. will ultimotely be drawn into the conflict. Following the panel discussion Edson E. Attleson, Algona, conducted an extemporaneous section, in which three speakers from each •school discussed the following questions respectively:. Jerry Campbell, of Spencer— "Should U. S, enter an active alliance opposing dictators?" Jerome Nielsen, Algona, "How! formidable is Germany's ail- force?" Eugene Dickinson, of Spencer— "What will be the results of Roose velt's foreign policy?" Leroy Nolte, Algona — "How would the chain store tax effect consumers." Betty Ann Dickinson, Spencer— "Will democracies succeed in stopping the dictators" Lois Colwell, Algona—"Our attitude towards world refugees." This speech event was well- attended, and spectators reported that it reflected intelligent thinking and good speaking on the part of all who participated. Charles E. Brandow, Former Algona Boy, Dies at Salt Lake Walter Brandow, Cresco township, and his daughter Marie were at Minneapolis last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Brandow's brother, Charles E. Brandow, Salt Lake City, who died suddenly in. his automobile Wednesday, April 12, of a heart attack as he was returning from a business call. For some months Charles had been in failing health. He was married, and his wife and one son survive. Two other brothers, Elmer and Frank, live at Owatonna, Minn., and there are three sisters: Mrs, Mary Engel, of West Concord, Minn.; Mrs. Florence Erickson, Westbrook, Minn.; and Mrs. Ethel Davis, Minneapolis. Mr. Brandow was in mining employ. YOUTH'S 'BURT TRIP' REALLY ONLY A HOAX nobby Umbcnhonrer, 7, who told his parents he was At Rnrt, really was in and aronhd Algona all (he time It developed later, and he wa» "found" by William Dn- rant at his place on the east edffo of Algona. The yonnRstcr had wandered away Thursday morn- Ing, and that evening Mr. Dnrant saw him on a ladder leading to the haymow of his barn. The Dnrant dog was barking at the youngster, who was afraid to go up the ladder and afraid to come . down. Mr. Dnrant took the youngster home In Ills car, and relieved his parents' anxiety. Short wave police broadcasts were made and Sheriff Casey Loss and the city police force and others made an intensive search for the youngster Thursday. Why the youngster said he was at Hurt is a mystery, for he later admitted he had just been wandering around town. BURGESS SPEAKS AT MASONIC GATHERING The Rev. and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess, Mrs. W. C. McDoilfeall, Mrs. Fred Hutzell, and Mrs. Ralph Donovan attended an inter-denominational state Sunday school convention at Spencer AVednesday. The convention was in session from Wednesday.till Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Burgess went to Osage Thursday night, and Mr. Burgess gave an address there at a Royal Arch Masonic gathering that evening. The Burgesses stopped at Allison Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Shepard, the latter a cousin of Mrs. Burgess. In the afternoon they stopped at Alden to call on the Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman and say "Goodbye" to Mrs. Muhleman's sister, Alice Vennink. Miss Venink is leaving soon for Los Angeles, where she will be matron in a Children's Home. She attended Morningside college, Sioux City, at the same time that Mrs. Burgess did, and she lived with the Muhlemans part of the time while Mr. Muhleman was superintendent of the Algona Methodist district here. Mr. Muhleman now has the Alden Methodist pastorate. WANTED—10,000 CAPONS NEXT January and February. FREE FOR SALE — BUFFET CHINA closet, $4.—Mrs. Earl Sprague. » 32g between Wesley and Algona, on easy terms.—O. B. Anderson, Forest City, la. 17p32 WE DO CUSTOM SHEARING.— Clyde Bristow, 13 on 96 Burt. 10p26-33 IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO sell list it in our want ads, and get results. SERVICE STATION FOR SALE— tournament. The team has been| Junction 169 and 222 Livefmore practicing regularly on the local Iowa links in spite of poor weather. The ...u....^ AH ,3j/.n.G v/j. jjxjui wcauicr. 1 lie ' -- — - _ _ - _ golf team also plans to take part FOR SALE— 600 BU. EAR CORN in a tourney at Fort Dodge Sat- — THE EASY WAY TO SUCCEED WITH CHICK! RAISE THEM ON A CHICK Vs- Ful-O-Pep Chick Starter has the wonderful oatmeal base! Also contains Concentrated Spring Range*— many health bete fits of fresh pasture. Balanced in minerals, vitdmins, pro teins and carbohydrates.' Save up to Vi to Vt on feed cost by following the Ful-O-Pep rearing plan. A1GONA FLOUR AKD FEED CO. ALGONIANS TO ATTEND LUTHERAN CONFERENCE The Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand go to St. Peter, Minn., today to leave their young son Ronald with Mr. Sjostrand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand, while they (the Rev. and Mrs. Sjostrand) are at Burlington, attending an Augustana Lutheran Iowa conference till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison will also represent the local church. Much consideration will be given at business sessions to the institutional work of the church and its missionary and benevolence activities, Mr. Sjostrand said. The largest institution of the conference is the Iowa Lutheran hospital, Des Moin'es, which has a property value of $500,000. Reports from 68 local churche.s in the conference having 22,378 members will show increase in membership and in contributions as compared with 1937-8. . , 1 heavy harness.— Call Advance' Ilp32 FOR SAL,E-^GOOD MILCH COW, more. UPSTAIRS ROOMS HOT? POUR Zonolite insulation in the attic and note the immediate effect. Zonolite is not expensive. See us. —Botsford Lbr Co. 32 A NEW WELL DRILLING MA- Drilling Beemer, 12p27-34 chine in your locality, any size wells.—Guy phone 102, Lakota. LOST—BROWN BILLFOLD Saturday night at Algona or near Leslie McEnroe farm. Finder leave at Algona. Reward.—Elmer Lee. 19p32 CAPONIZING and guaranteed r. market under our caponizing con Ilp32 FOR SALE — CASE 18-32 TRAC- tor, A-l condition. Can be seen at Leo Lichter's.—Call 699. 15u32 FOR SALE—3 1%-h. p. John Deere engines, 5% E. of Algona.— Henry Eischeid 10p32-33 FOR SALE—FULL BLOOD Hampshire fall boars. — Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 10p32-3436 — „_ _„ ^^ W iiv,\i 11. l|ll, ed.-^Swift & Co., Algona, la. 26u32-33 LOST—16 mm. KEYSTONE movie camera in leather case. Finder please return to this office, and receive reward.—Dr. P. 0. Dorweiler West Bend. 22u32-33 — - »»*« juiui c,~~n^u\Y<*, FOR SALE—TEAM YOUNG black ! gona ' Heise bl dg. LOAN SERVICE—OLDEST AUTO finance company in Iowa, offers prompt personal loans on car or furniture.—.Edward Capesius Al- 32 - gent Feed gift coupons entitle : .— i n*."i. x-ccu BUI. coupons entitle SEED POTATOES—OHIOS, COB-! you to tnis durable, practical poul- blers, Warbas, Triumphs. — Al- j try feeder. We'll give you full in- gona Flour & Feed Co. I0u32 i form ation.—Anderson Grain & Coal I f~*r\ HOSPITALS WANTED—WOOL. WE PAY FULL market price. See us before you sell.—Swift & Co., Algona. 16u31-33 VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF bulk and packet garden seeds.— Algona Flour & Feed Co. Ilu32 Co. 32 HOME LOANS — MONTHLY RE- duction or straight term. Title 2 FHA loans low interest rates, no commission. Loans all purposes.—Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. 26u8tf AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT—We have complete information for you on Green-Colonial Air Conditioner. Designed for small homes at new low prices. Get details.—Laing & Muckey. 39 MULLINS EARLY VARIETY HY- brid seed corn will produce a big crop on your farm before frost next fall in spite of the late spring Iowa yield tests prove Mullins Hybrids are especially adapted to Northern Iowa farms. Buy Mullins Hybrids from the dealer nearest your farm. KIDS SCAMPER OUT AS SIREN SOUNDS ALARM Fire Chief Ralph Elbert, with four other firemen and 'Police Chief Arthur Moulds, carried out the fire drills at each of Algond's school buildings Monday elsewhere reported. Harry Barton, Harold Johnson, Ira Kohl, and Bernard Speraw were on the truck. Chief Moulds preceded the firemen, and on signal the truck was driven up to a building with siren screaming. The high school was cleared of 63 pupils. At the Bryant school" there are some 400 children. Five leaders in each room saw to it, with the help of the teachers, that the children got out. One boy grabbed the front door mat and jerked it out of the way while two other boys held open the doors. At two sets of doors. One firemen remarked, "The lit- tle tykee hevef fttotfpcd till they go), to the curb!" Three, of them stopped to ask Mould* where the fire wna. ' ' At Third Ward . school, there were 100 children. St. Cecelia's had never had a fife drill, but the pupils made it as tfi'tralned^vdhe little -'girl who; war industriously practicing the piano in. the gymnasium heard neither siren nor the school bell and had to be balled by one of the Staters before ahe grabbed her music and scampered upstairs to freedom., ' Mr. Elbert .plan* to sho* motion pictures and distribute literature on fire prevention to the schools soon. LOCALS^ Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders spent Sunday at Esthervllle with the Eugene Keplers. Albert Hngg, local painter, was- unable to work a couple of days last week, because of Intestinal flu. llnth Hindi, Mallard teacher, was a week-end guest of her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Paul Black, farmers Sunday for the expected back here OPPORTUNITY TO GO INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF in a Western Auto Associate Store AVestern Auto Supply Company, largest and most successful in its line, 30 years in business, had a sales volume of 36 million dollars in 1938. We are now offering you an opportunty to own and operate a Western Auto Associate Store home owned, in towns of 1,500 to 20,000. There are over 1000 such stores in operation. You can become the owner and operator of a "Western Auto Associate Store" for as little as $2,750 in the smaller towns, which pays for merchandise and fixtures and everything necessary to start business. We train you in our successful merchandising methods. Western Auto Supply Co. Associate Store Division 211G Central St. Kansas City, Mo. 32tt j I FOR SALE — USED 75-LB. RE-ij frigerator, cheap.—Mrs. D. jj 4 Mitchell, 515 N. Jones St. 12p32!| KOSSUTH. April 19—Mrs. Sam Heathershaw, Swea City, major surgery. April 20 — Mrs. Bert McCorkle Algona, medical; Mrs. E. V. Larson, Ayrshire, twin girls. April 22—Bernard Quinn, Lone Rock, surgery; Mrs. Leo McEnroe Algona, medical. GENERAL,. April 17—Mrs] Ernest Enockson Ottosen, girl; James McCullough Algona, medical. April 20—Connie Albright, Ledyard, major surgery. April 21—Mrs. Jerry Fox, Britt, boy. April 22— Joseph Bonnstetter, Whittemore, tonsillectomy; Perry Dean Hagg, medical. April 24—iBeverly Ann Fisher back, Elmore, tonsll-adenoidec- tomy. IOPY SERVICE—USERS OF this classified section have access to special copy, prepared through careful study of each line. Ask about thte service. It is provided it no extra cost to you.—Advance Pub, Co. 20tl BROODER HOUSES INSURED at! reasonable rates.—L. S. Bohan-i non, Hutchison bldg., phone 103. I 12p32-35 FOR SALE—1930 LATE MODEL A, new tires, and motor in good condition. — Henry Miller, Lu Verne. I6p32 FOR SALE—SOME GOOD MILK cows. Priced right. Come and see them.—E. R. Pollock, Hardy, Ia - 12p32 LOANS—PERSONAL, LIVE Stock, cars. Cars refinanced. Lower payments.—L. S. Bohannon, Hutchison bldg. 12p32-35 PERENNIAL PLANTS—15 blooming size plants, named varieties, $1.00 postpaid.—Iowa Nursery Co., Le Mars, Iowa. 15u32 FREE ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- iature album with each roll film developed and printed, 25c.—Lus- ' 14(2)27tf 30-INOH WOODS BROS. THRBSH- ing machine for sale or trade for larger machine.—'Kenneth Roney, Irvington. 14533 FOR SALE—106 ACRES, well im- prov«4 good torai o» pavement ™ "^^^^^™«^"M™ Used Car .SPECIALS. '38 Chrysler 6 Sedan, heater, radio and overdrive '36 Plymouth De Luxe Sedan '36 Plymouth Coach '35 Plymouth De Luxe Coach '34 Chevrolet Master Coach '37 Ford Tudor '35 Ford 4-Door Max well Mo tors • Chrysler and Plymouth Dealers Phone 595 Reduced Prices on all COATS and SUITS We must clear the racks to make t room for the many new dresses we are receiving daily. For a speedy clearance we are making drastic price reductions. Christensen's "Algona's Style Center". The Greatest Bike Value We've Ever Offered Boy's and Girl's Bicycles New Streamlined Double' Bar Ballon Tires with Tubes Coast-to-Coast Store Joe Bloom t ritCf FLOATING Minnow tucket sturdy Tackle Bo: Hjuid/bp^uy." Pick your fabric 1 • • • and style; 'l custom make your | at a price that co* more than ready* garments. CLOPTi the TAIU Phone 88 You can tell good roni or spaghetti. lst,| must be amber or slighi golden in color and trai 'lucent. 2nd, it will rcl its shape and fira after cooking and nott come sticky. GOOCH BEST is made of 101 Amber Durum ScmoliJ It has that golden and cooks to pcrfed Always ask your gn for GOOCH'S BESTa be sure to have thc"(ini quality" every time;Yoi enjoy serving GOOC BEST Macaroni Prod at least once a week. •^ Valuable Premium ( IN EVERY PACKAGE! I'll EVERY DAY is, GOOCHDM 1 Serve fluffy, brown GOOCH'S pancakes! The yqiir family tastes new, different, wh wheat flavor ... ah, 1 you'll really be the q of the pantry. They delicious when served! pancakes or waffles any meal, Ready-r and self-rising. No needti add milk. Your first costH the last—j" st add wat ! then stir and bake for H best pancakes you ever a« ORDER FROM YOP GROCER TODAY! f%ate

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