Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1939 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Friday, May 19, 1939
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f»AGE KOSSW?H dOtlNtt ADVANCE, ALGONA* IOWA Special 30 Day Cream Separator SALE Beginning May 15 and for the next 30 days we will gire a special allowance for your old separator on the purchase of a SEW IOWA DAIRY SEPARATOR, Investigate the SEW IOWA separator with stainless steel CURVED DISC Bowl—for closer skimming— and pressure oiling system to all bearings—for longer lii'e and economical upkeep. Take advantage of this special sale—ACT NOW ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION Kossuth County Implement Co. ALGONA, IOWA H,S, TENNIS TEAM VICTOR OVER CLARION Visitors Lose Games on Algona Courts Wednesday. Firemen's Dance COME ONE! COME ALL! Tuesday / May 23 Sponsored by The Algona Fire Department The The Time of Your Life and Tickets Are Only The high school tennis team won a meet here Wednesday from Clarion, 6-0. Clarence Devine won from his opponent six love twice; Bob Wray won 6-1 and 6-3; Russell Buchanan, 613 and 6-4; and Jack Chrischilles, 6-4 and 6-4. In doubles Devine and Wray won the first game six love; the second game 6-1. A return match today is scheduled at Clarion. The high school golf team was I seventh in a tournament at Fort j Dodge Saturday. Boone won first, | and other towns competing were' East Des Moines, East and West] Waterloo. Fort Dodge, Sac City, and Eagle Grove. George Dutton, James Kenefick, Bud Morck, and Kenneth Holmes were the local foursome. The tennis , and golf teams are under direction of Coach Findley. Coach Ridenour took two carloads of high school trackmen to a district meet at Fort Dodge Saturday, where, however, the Algona contingent placed in only one event. Wesley Schultz wo'n fourth in the shot put for Algona's only two points. The track team goes to Britt' St - Benedict parochial school will Watch Lost Six Years in Field is Not Damaged there's an old saying, ."A bad penny always returns," bat who wonld think that ft watch lost In a corn field wonld return six years later, and when wound, would ran and keep tlmei lint this did happen in the Falrrlew community. Six years ago E. J. Widen lost a gold Elgin watch while farming n part of the Frank Gower farm. Last week Robert Masterson, who now liTes on the Gower fnrni, was disking in the field, and saw a shining object jnst ahead of him. It ivas the watch lost by Mr. Widen. Mr. Mnsferson wonnd It, and it started ticking away and kept perfect time. The field has been In constant cultivnlon during the six years. ST, BENEDICT SCHOOL PLANS EXIERCISES Commencement exercises for the this afternoon for a trianguar meet with Brill and Garner. This week Saturday will finish the season, when the locals will take part Cowboy relays held annually Clarion. . take place this week Thursday night at 8 at the school hall. The graduates will be Helen Arend, Elizabeth Arndorfer, Dolores Becker, Donald Bormann, Herbert The golf team goes to Webster j °° r £. Sylvester Dorr, and Lavonne f \- r-.-»*f»ii + !*-n « +1,1« .... A _1. l __ill I "^ QL1« City sometime this week, and will I finish the season at Spencer next week Saturday. MRS. ARNDORFER, OF ST. BENEDICT, DIES Benedict, May 15—Mrs. Vic- Arndorfer, died Saturday ME.V, 75c; LADIES, 25c. WASH COFFEE THE JUDGES of the Nash Coffee Prize Contest, after due consideration of the thousands of entries received, announce their decisions as follows: 4 GRAND PRIZES — Each a Buick- automobile, or $1,000.00 in cash, arc awarded to: Alvin Omsberg, Oakland, Minnesota, R. R. No. 1; H. R. McMullen, Perry, Oklahoma; Mrs. Ole Fuglestad, Powers Lake, North Dakota; Betty Payne, 506 N. 17th St., Fort Dodge, Iowa. 2nd PRIZE— $350.00 in cash is awarded to: Mrs. Grace E. Smith, Long Pine, Nebraska. 3rd PRIZE— S2 50.00 in cash is awarded to: Mrs. F. S. Naiden, 408 No. 9ih St, Marshalltown, Iowa. 4th PRIZE — SI 50.00 in cash is awarded to: Mrs. M. E. Damerell, Red Cloud, Nebraska. 5th PRIZE — S100.00 in cash is awarded to: Mrs. George O. Huston, 821 8th Avc. No., Great Falls, Montana. He 6th to 20th PRIZES— $10.00 in cash is awarded to each of the following: Agnes Wassilk, 1013 So. 1st St., Aberdeen, South Dakota; Mrs. H. G. Hauff, Brookings, South Dakota; Mrs. Lloyd Patrick, Inverness, Montana; Mrs. John Savre, Stanley, Wisconsin; Mrs. Albert Traxler, 1 103 14th Ave., Menomonie, Wisconsin: Herman W.Nelson, 1006 Almonte Ave., Grand Forks, North 39th Ave. So., Minneapolis, Minnesota Mrs. John H. Riley, Anoka, Minnesota Mrs. Barbara Warren, 3949 Grand Ave. Minneapolis, Minnesota; Mrs. Carl CWever Pawhuska, Oklahoma; Mrs. E. M. Stapp, Jr. 1536 S. Columbia, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Mrs Craig Vollmer, 307 Municipal Auditorium ., , , Dakota; Carl W. Haas, Drake, North Da- W Bldg., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma- Mrs kota;Mrs.H. W.Roden, 119 13th Ave. No.. Nora Timraons, 2753 W. 17th. Oklahoma St. Cloud Mmn^.^-0. Fred F.' K^-ui aau Citv- Oklahoma. Chick SPECIALS TA,°A } Vllite Le & horn cockerels, Apr. 19, per 100 $1.75 1000 JNew Hampshires, one week old, per 100 __$8.90 1500 Anconas, one week old, per 100 $7.40 1000 Barred Rock-Bed crossbred pullets, one week old, per 100 $ 8 . 90 1000 Barred Bock-Red crossbred cockerels, one week old, per 100 ____|8.40 Hamilton Hatchery BANCROFT ANB TITONKA St. tora morning at her son Michael's here. She had taken suddenly sick Wed- ensday evening, and it was thought then she could not survive over night. She was unconcious from the time she was stricken till death. Relatives were called Wednesday night, and the daughter Mrs. Clara Erman, Akron, Colorado, arrived Friday. 'Mrs. Arndorfer had been at her son Leo's at Bancroft for the winter and had been well. She was visiting here a few weeks when she was stricken. She was SO years old. Surviving are four sons, besides the daughter. There are 20 grandchildren and two great randchildren. Funeral services were held Monday at the St. Benedict Catholic church, and burial was made in the St. Benedict cem-' ; etery. Mrs. Arndorfer had lived here all of her married life having come from Wisconsin as a young woman. She was a sister of the Late Mrs. Anna Kunz, Wesley. Her husband and two daughters are dead. Rites Friday Held at Whittemore for Mrs.JTheo. Elbert Funeral services were held Friday morning at St. Michael's Catholic church, Whittemore, for Mrs. Theodore Elbert, who died at her home here Tuesday evening. The Rev. William Veit, Whittemore pastor, officiated, and burial was made at Whittemore. Mrs. Elbert was 'born 'Ida Higley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johp Higley, March 2, 1879, near Fairville, and she lived in Kossuth all her life. After marriage, the Elberts lived in or near Whittemore FOR SAL® —120 ACRES, known as the M. L. McEnroe farm. p36 FOR SALE — TRAILER. HOUSE. Reasonably priced—Melvin Nelson, Lone Rock. 10p35 PASTURAGE FOR RENT, 2 miles west of Algona.—Gilbert Har- greaVes. 10p35 WANTED — COMiPETENT GIRL for housekeeping; 2 children.— Call Beatty's Lunch. 10p35 will survey your heating requirements and prevent thi« error.— Laing & Muckey. 35 WANTEEX-15,000 CAPONS NEXT January and February. Our demand lhas increased. FREE OA- PONrZING AND GUARANTEED PRICES UNDER OUR OAPONIZ- ING CONTRACT. If interested see us at once.—Swift & Co. Algona, la. 35-36 FOR SALE — FOUR-YEAR BLUE roan mare, due to foal June 1.— Orville Ball, Brltt, Iowa. 10p35 WANTED — TO RENT OR BUY new crop of alfalfa. — Chester Schoby, phone 28F31, Algona. 14p35-36 FOR SALESLADY'S BLACK TOP I coat, also tan tweed coat, befiver trimmed, size 18; girl's rust coat, hat and muff, krimmer trimined, ! size 10; gentleman is black chln- , chilla overcoat, size 46; girl's . skates, skiis, lady's golf bag, four I clubs.—109 East Oak Street, telephone 721. , 44p35 FOR SALE — FUMED OAK VIC- trola and all records in A-l condition, for $10.—Call Advance. 15u3S BROODER HOUSES INSURED at reasonable rates.—L, S. Bohannon, Hutchison bldg., phone 103. 12p32-35 LOANS—PERSONAL, LIVE Stock, cars. Cars refinanced.. Lower payments.—L. S. Bohannon, Hutchison bldg. 12p32-35 FREE ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- iature album with each roll film developed and printed, 25c.—Lus- by's. 14(2)27tf FOR SALE—USED BICYCLES, $5 and up; used electric radios, $5; used battery sets, $4 and up.— Coast to Coast Store. 35 MY SALE OF THE L. J. DICKIN- son household goods has been postponed to Saturday, May 27.— Mrs. F. L. Trlbon. 18(2)35 POLO SHIRTS FOR BOYS— Streamlined by Kaynee. Broadcloth material. 'Reasonably priced. See these at Zender's. 35 The program will open with an orchestra selection, followed with a song by the upper grades. The primary grades will give Bye-lo- land; the intermediate grades, Coon Concert. A drill, Farmer Lads, and Lassies, will be the next number, followed by a "Bogus Talking Machine," in which Virgil Kunkel, Robert Simons, Robert Arndorfer, and Albert Bormann will take part. A song, Hans the Dutchman, will follow. The big event of the program will be a play in two acts, Ghosts y nnr .-,, tf . T* „„„* i i ^ t v. by Moonshine, in which Donald bSsin^»3tetinrf Tn,h? 6 p« *« Bormann, Robert Simons, T ^—* I business! —Botsford Lmbr. Co. 35 Herbert FOR SA!LE OR RiENT—THE Owen McEnroe estate 251 acres, located in Plum Creek twp.—E. McEnroe, 25 South El Dorado st, Stockton, Calif. 24U34-35 ROBERT C. BROWN SAYS: "WE are using much less fuel oil in our home since we insulated with Grein, Dorr, William •, YOUR HUSBAND'S SHIRTS— Slip Gerstl, Dolores Becker, Elizabeth! around, ladies, and see these new New patterns, Arndorfer, Lavonne Ferstl, Hei- Arrow Shirts. en Arend, Maxine Stuflick, and smart colors, and tailored To'fit!^-' Roselle Trunnelle will have parts. I Zender's 35 The Rev. H. B. Kramer, pastor, ! will then award diplomas, and, READY CASH! AUTO OR FURNI- Oloha Oe' will be sung. I ture loans on convenient repay- Thirteen pupils will receive ment plan. We can refinance your spelling certificates, and 14 will | present loan. 'Prompt, confiden- receive perfect attendance ficates. till three years ago, came to Algona. when they Survivors are the husband; two brothers, Sidney Higley, Mason City, John Higley, Emmetsburg; two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Fandel, Whitteinore, Mrs. William Sluga, Metamora, 111.; and 15 grandchildren. Wesley 3-Year-Old Operation Patient Wesley, May 15—Edw. Cink took his 3-year-old daughter Donna Mae to the university hospital at Iowa City last week Tuesday, and on Thursday morning an operatioh on her throat and oesophagus for correction of damages done when the child swallowed lye last fall was performed. An incision was also made in the abdomen, and she is being fed through 'a tube into the stomach to give the oesopho- KUS time to mend. The Cinks have one other child, Duane, two months. Mrs. fink, who was Gladys Haverly, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly. Freak Pigs are Born at Corwith Cor with. May 15—Two freak pigs were born last week at the Charles Hamm farm. Mrs. Hamm brought the pigs to town. Both were born dead. One did not have a lower jaw, and its head was pointed 'like that of a fish. The other had two tongues, and it's throat opening was out of the top of the head instead of in the mouth. HOSPITALS KOSSUTH. May 10—-Mrs. Harry Cutler, Algona, boy. May 11—Mrs. Orville Kollaach, Wesley, girl; Mrs. John Mullins, Corwith, medical; Mrs. B. A, Galbraith, Agona, medical; Mrs. Meta Redfield, Algona, minor surgery. May 13—Mrs. Arthur Klein, Algona. May 15—Dan Rahm, St. Benedict, medical; 'Mna. Johanna D«tt- man, Burt, medical. As closing number the orchestra will play Home, Sweet Home. JAIL BREAKER NOW ANAMOSA PRISONER Sheriff Casey Loss took Norman Hemiller to Anamosa Wednesday. Hemiller was sentenced a week ago Saturday by Judge G. W. Stillman to a year at Anamosa on the, charge of breaking jail last July 23. While serving a jail sentence on a bad check charge Hemiller was transferred to the county farm for work and thence escaped custody. Hemiller was later' apprehended at Blue Eearth, but could not be returned till he had served a sentence there. Sheriff Loss brought him back from Fairmont April 12, and Hemiller was then bound to the grand jury by Justice Delia Welter. At the recent term of court he was indicted and pleaded guilty. Mrs. Loss accompanied the sheriff and his prisoner as far a Marshalltown, where she stopped to visit Alice Blanchon. The women were classmates at Coe college. Mrs. Loss then went on to Des Moines, and her husband) picked her up there on his return trip. • _ Speller Commended. Wesley, May 8—Rita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig, is the St. Joseph's parochial school champion speller, and she has received a letter from County Supt. Shirley commenting on her achievement. Few pupils reach such a high percentage as Rita did In' a written spelling test, Mr. Shirley wrote. certi- tial. — Edward Bldg., Algona. FOR SALE—FULL-BLOOD Hampshire fall boars. — Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 33-35-37 Spring Paint Sale — We are celebrating spring paint-up time with a bargain sale of Wheeler paints, varnishes, enamels, etc. On Friday and Saturday, May 19 and 20, we will give valuable door prizes. On these two days we will have a special paint man here to advise concerning any of your painting problems. RAESLY LUMBER GO, Milwaukee Depot Pl»*» Capesius, Heise 35 FOR SAIjE—240 AND 310 ACRES improved good corn land, Winnebago county; 10% dowa payment, balance 15 years at 3c.—O. B. Anderson, Forest City, la. 23p34-35 TO FURNACE OWNERS—THE fir-| ing season is about over Arei you satisfied with your present heating plant? This would be an excellent time to discuss the matter with our dealer, Laing & Muckey, and obtain information on the newest conveniences in home heating, made possible by Green Colonial. Automatic heat deserves your careful consideration. It is no longer expensive. Through Green Colonial it is now available to small home owners as well as large. Winter air conditioning is here, in economical form. Our trained factory engineers are at your service for counsel and installation service, without cost or obligation. If you are interested TWO USED BEDSPRINGS AND mattresses for sale at your own price. Springs gopd as new; mattresses good condition. One spring and mattress full size; other, two- thirds size.—Call 307 or 662. g35-37 FOR SALE — BUILDING WITH restaurant and beer parlor, $40 daily income. Owner old and sick. Sell very reasonable. See it.— Frank Vogl, Ringsted, la. 24(2)35-36 PAINT SERVICE—TELL US ycur painting plans. We estimate your requirements and show you how Pittsburgh paint produces superior results. — F. S. Son. Norton & 35 LEG PROPORTIONS COUNT! Phoenix hosiery is proportioned in every detail to your own requirements. Newest summer colors. 2-3-4 and 6 threads, ?!.-—The Chrischilles Store. 35 FREE! BRIDGE TABLE, CHAIRS —Table has 'Masonite top. Strongly made, very attractive. 125 Sargent Feed gift coupons (one in every 100 Ib. bag.) Many other gifts. See us.—Anderson Grain & Coal Co. 35 UNDERSIZED FURNACE. — Common trouble! Makes ".forcing" necessary, burns out the castings. Green Colonial's factory engineer A really fine corsette designed throughout for the sole purpose of beautifying. , the matronly figurt. Lovely to look at, delightful to wear. Rayon brocade, face bust, 4 section* of knitted elastic. Well boned,. *.. inforced at abdomen. $3,50 WANTED—RELIABLE MAN FOR Rawlelgh .dealership in Kossuth county. Old, reliable company 50 years in business. Over 200 Medicines, Extracts, Spices, Food Pro* ducts, Cosmetics, ' Insecticides, Stock and Poultry Raisers' Supplies. We supply everything but car. Products can be bought for cash or on time. Good profits can be made from the very start. Write Ray Allen c/o The W. T. Rawleigh Co., Freeport, III. 56p34-37 in monthly terms on neW installation, you may rtiake such arrangements at $%, 1 to 3 years. Won't you see our dealer soon and talk over your heating problems? You'll be interested.— GRiEEN FOUNDRY AND FURNACE WORKS, Des Moines. •• •'' ' •''•'•'.•.- : •- : •;•.•' 35 OPPORTUNITY ; TO GO INTO BUSINESS ' FOR YOURSELF In a V . ;., Western Auto Associate !&$'« »'~ "CVV"*; LEAVING ALCONA, OFFER FOR immediate sale: Davenport lounge chair with slip covers; one overstuffed, one occasional, two wicker chairs; 4-ft. 8-in. ivory-mahogany open bookcase, five shelves; Victrola, 40 records; lamp table, nest of white iron tables; small mahogany chest of drawers; magazine racks, hanging shelves, lamps, painted waste baskets. Maple Dinette set, 58-in. refectory table; maple bedroom spool set; bed, dresser and chest; also maple I peg bed. Mahogany bedroom set,! four post bed, 52-in. dresser andj dressing table, with wall mirrors; 1 one Beauty rest, one Simmons innerspring mattress, DeLuxe springs, miscellaneous rug, Oxite pads, curtains, cot with mattress and rust cover, four mahogany i painted fiddleback chairs. Monarch' electric range, used less than year i ice box, utility table, dishes, e'tc.— i •309 East Oak street, telephone 721. j 126p35 i $ rjH 5 WHITE KIDSKIN at its coolest. The top shoe with a stretchable ' strap... the lowermost shoe with I stretchable linen "spat-top."' All three snowy as icing!... Summer "delectablesl" • Seen in Vogue, Mademoiselle and other leading magazines! Kresensky's Shoes Ready-to-Wear Hosiery A Great 8tilt'I of 150 Dr ; in this exciting' valnc-givin| event. Muiiy purclmsed espeeU ly for this event, others take: from,our regular stock of dressi at $4.95, $6, and $8. All go at (\ one price. Sliirt'n Skirt Petticoat Frocks Haby Accents Little.|»oy Jackets Tiny Waistlines Slices 12 to 20, 38 to 46, Including }$ sizes,

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