Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1939 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 23, 1939
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oney For Personal Needs $5O and Up When extra cash is needed for •eaaonal expenses — let us arrange • personal loan for you through one of our many credit plans. Small monthly payments are arranged out of Income with ample time to repay. * * * * We offer a special loan plan for farmers Antos refinanced — payments reduced * * * « Our friendly service is available AttVANCB. ALQONA. 1OWA_ Bnrt Girl Algonlan'g Bride— 'Lulu M. Dugan, Burt, and Jas. A. Kelly, Algona, were married Thursday at noon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dugan, Burt. Thirty-three guests attended the ceremony, which was before a background . performed of mixed flowers nnd ferns. The Rev. Thoburn Speicher, Burt, performed shank will lead devotions, and Mrs. J. W. Daw will have charge of a mite-box demonstration. Members are asked to take their mite boxes to the meeting. Party for Six Birthdays- Mr, and Mrs. Clinton Lighter and the latter's mother, Mrs. Addle Ellis, were guests at potluck supper Friday evening at Editor ] ' J. F. Temple's, Bode. The event ™ sons. n,,v have helped many r modernized loan service. help you. P. J. Kohlhaas Algona, Iowa Fhone 22 General Insurance Agency, 74*1 Policeman Ferkins says — don't blame your car for misbehaving if you don't hare a thorough check-up by this service station! Stewart Super Service 302 E. State Phone 798 WEDDING DANCE What? Wedding Dance. er. and the wedding]' .,...,-. Comes the Bride, was was ln honor of slx birthdays in May, those of Mr. Lighter; Ross Clark, Humboldt; Mrs. C. E. Stewart, Manson; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johnson, Humboldt; and the hos- bride was given away by her fath- The bride wore a princess style tess ' Mrs. Temple. Other guests i were Miss Brandvold, Bode teach- beige and brown dress with jacket and carried a corsage of cream colored roses and sweet peas. Vir- er, Mr. and Mrs. Skaugstad, Mrs. Clark, and Mr. Stewart. ginia Trenary Burt, friend of the Fcbrnnr Marrjagc Herealed- . c ° u _? le J ,71" S? d . t _°L ^ », n ? Announcement is made of wore a light .blue street dress with a corsage of red roses. Ralph Dugan, brother of the bride, was best man. Following the ceremony, a wed-, ding reception took place at the home, 38 guests attending. The newlyweds left the same day for a week-end wedding trip to Minneapolis, and they are now at home in the Backus apartments here. The bride is a 1938 Burt high school graduate, and the bridegroom was graduated from the Monona high school In 1932. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kelly, Algona, and is route manager for the Jewell Tea Co. Among out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly, sons Bulle and Kyle, Mrs. the marriage of Bernice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Storm, to Eugene McGuire, West Bend, which took place February 14 at Prlm- ghar. The bride has been employed at the local telephone office ten years. After September 1 the couple will be at home at West Bend, where the bridegroom manages the LaFiesta Nite cub. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McGuire, Fort Dodge. Essay Prizes Are Awarded— The W. C. T. U., which spon. sored an essay contest, awarded four prizes Thursday at the Third ward school. Nineteen essays were entered on "Enemies of Alcohol," but fifth and sixth grades were the only classes entered. Waller. (Who washes the dishes for this club?) _^ Last Bel Canto Meeting— The Bel Canto Music club will mee't for a one p'cloak picnic tomorrow at the Ambrose A. Call shelter house, and this will be the last meeting of the year, as club does not meet, during the the Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Mr. and Mrs. | Carrie Durant, principal, and Miss William Fitzgerald, son Francis, Christensen, teacher, helped with daughter Irene, Myrtle Turnbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruns, all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trenary, Arlene Patterson, Bernice Saathoff, Bur't; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Behrends, Helen Behrends, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso, and daughters Mary and Juani'ta, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fritz, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Duly Pentico, Storm bert Fritz, Monona. Lake, Nor- Four Birthdays Are Observed— An annual family reunion and dinner took place at Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne's Sunday when When? Thursday, May 25th. birthdays last week of Mr Bourne ' Mrs. M. G. Bourne, Bates Stott, Where? Burt Legion Hall. Lone Rock, who was reared by __.. „ ,,. , __ _ the Bournes, and Mary Lee Pet- Who? Mr. and Mrs. James ers, Burt, niece of Mrs. Bourne, Kelly. friends invited to attend. Lay in Your Supplies Now For "Memorial Day" Whether yon stay home or so for an outing—A & P eed were observed. Attending were Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, daughters Julie Ann and Barbara Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barrickman, son Warren, daughter Ann, Mr. and Mrs. John Recker, Burt, and Mary Lee and Mr. Stott. Julia Bourne, New York City, could not be present, as she is traveling on the west coast with the editorial staff of the American Home on which she is home economics editor. After dinner the group gather- on the lawn, where Doctor Bourne took "movies" with a new camera. Donuts - - - doz. COAT OF ARMS SANDWICH Cnr.kioe Vanilla or Acuities Choco | ato )b . CHOICE TPUIT Coc!:tai! - - - 2 ? a °J ANN PAGE SANDWICH Spread - - - - - £ IOWA Succotash - 3 *° n ° sz IONA MIXED PEAS A Carrots - - 3 f a ° n f- ANN PAGE STUFFED Olives .... 4 Vl, 01 KEOKUK DiLL Pickles - < SULTANA QUEEN Olives - - O qt. * Jars 1 0 Vz 01. bot. lOc 10c 23c 25c 25c 25c 19c 29c Shower for Local Teacher— Gladys Prescott, local high school physical education instructor, was honoree at a surprise miscellaneous shower last week Monday evening at Mrs. R. G. Richardson's. The day was also the honoree's birthday. Forty friends of Miss Prescott attended. The house was decorated in blue and pink, and the program consisted of readings and a mock wedding, 'the latter by Lillian Davis, Mildred Johnson, Lillian Schultz, Edna Mae Sill, Pearl Voas, and Beulah Alger. Hostes- Mildred Richardson, and Evelyn Graham, selection of the best essays. Mary Joan Anderson won first; Stanley Black and Leo Palmer tied for second, and James Murray was third. Joint C. E. Meeting Here— The Algona and Burt Presbyterian Christian Endeavor societies held a joint meeting last week Sunday evening at the Ambrose Call shelter house, and Imogene Hill, president of the local group, presided. Mother's day talks were given by Bobby Thaves and Richard Brayton, Burt, also by Dick Lund and Eleanor Pfeiffer, Algona. After a social hour, refreshments were served. Pioneer Woman Honored— Mrs. H. D. Hutdiins entertained ten women last week Tuesday in honor of her mother Mrs. Ida Minkler's birthday and wedding anniversary. Mrs. Minkler has lived in Kossuth county 70 years, the last 65 at Algona. She is the former Ida Field. There are three children, the others being Mrs. W. H. Bailey, Cedar Rapldis, and Loren, Waverly. Mr. Minkler, who was a grocer here, died in 1902. summer. A business session will be held after the picnic. Five to P. E. O. Convention— Algona women who attended a state P. E. O. convention at Cedar Rapids from last week Tuesday till Friday were Ella Thompson and Mesdames W. B. Quarton, Lloyd Robinson, H. D. Hutchins and L. A. Copp. Breakfast In the Country— The Past Matrons of the 0. E. S. had a nine o'clock pancake breakfast this morning at the country home of Mrs. Dg White, and Mrs. George H. Free was assisting hostess. There are some 24 Past Matrons. Steak Fry in Woods- Mr, and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau entertained the Dau garage force and their wives at a steak fry Wednesday evening in the woods at the H. M. Smith farm, south of Algona. There were 16'pres- ent. Late Books to be Reviewed— The Congregational L. O. A. class will meet at 8 o'clock Thursday evening at Mrs. H. M. Potter's, Mrs. E. W. Hanson assisting. A book review of the book, The Betrayal of Central Europe, will be given by Virginia Schnepf. Pupils Guests of Teacher— Carrie Durant entertained 17 pupils at a lawn party Friday •vening between 7:30 and 9 at icr home. Miss Durant teaches the fifth and sixth grades at Third Ward and is the building principal. Dinner and Bridge Party— Dr. and Mrs. Karl R. Hoffman entertained 20 men and women at 8 o'clock dinner and bridge Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sari Baas, Strahan, were out-of- own guests. Mr. Bass is a brother of Mrs. Walter E. Roberts. Other Society. Dr. and Mrs. Julius Winkel en- ertained at p. Mothers day dinner Sunday, honoring their respective mothers, Mrs. Jacob Winkel and lira. Frank Capesius, and guests resides the honorees were Mr. and Urs. James Hornabane, 'Fort Dodge, Frances Wimkel, William Dodds, and Mr. and, Mrs. L. W.. Hurley, Mason City. Mrs. George Mahoney entertained her birthday club Wednesday. There are nine members. Mrs. Hart MoGuire won high; Mrs. liouis Gorman, travel; and Mrs. Joy Roder was low. MrsY Jamea Watts was club guest. A two course lunch was served. Many gift were presented to the hostess. Mr. and] Mrs. E. C. McMahon en- ;ertained Mr. and Mrs. Charles Du- ligg, Emmetsburg, Mrs. Nellie Mc- Surprise for Mrs. Jacobson— Mrs. M. W. Jacobson was taken by surprise last week Tuesday afternoon, when six members of her sewing club arrived to help her celebrate a birthday anniversary. The group had Chrome and Mrs. lunch at Jacobson the was Amorlca's Lamest Selling ColTco Eight O'Clock 3 „» 39c ANGELUS CELLO PACK Marshmallows 2 jj a '£- 25c CAMPFIRE BRAND 1 Ib. pkg. 1Bo YUKON CLUB ASSTD. Beverages - 4 2b40 ° s *- 25c 9 Plus Bot.'-Deposit Hli7i£'C RIOT BEER Extras* .... £«• 22c OUR OWN Black Tea - - - '^ 19c N. B. C. SLIM JIM PRETZEL Sticks „„,.?:„..„ B 'A. 01 - 19c Prctzeletles N. B. C. PRIDE Assortment - - KEOKUK SWEET MIXED Pickles phcj. 25c ASSTD. PAPER Napkins FACIAL SOAP Woodbury's - WHITE SHOE POLISH Ofpk8 ^ 5c 3 cakoa 23c WAX PAPER Cut Rite « 9c «»,«• 5c ses were Miss Sill, the latter a teacher at the Bryant school. Miss Prescott will be married in June to William Burbank, Waterloo. The couple will live at Waterloo, where Mr. Burbank is in the John-Deere employ. Towne Parents 50 Years Wed— Attorney and Mrs. Burr Towne, Waterloo, entertained on Mothers day in honor of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Towue, who live retired at Shell- rock. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towne, Algona, daughter Betty Lou; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Towne, Davenport; and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Burnham, Charles City. Burr, G. F. and Paul, are sons of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Towne, and Mrs. Burnham is the former Burdine Towne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towue, here. The older Mr. and Mrs. Towne held open house last week Monday, the date of their anniversary. Clare Club Meets Here— Josephine McEvoy returned last Wednesday from Clare, where she played the wedding march for a Ritcher-Coleman wedding on the preceding Monday. The Study Club from Clare came with her and remained for an afternoon of bridge. Three tables were in play, Mrs. Frank George winning high and Mrs. C. M. Hood being low. Mrs. Edward Lawler won travel. Other guests here were Julia Fenton, Nelhi Cronln, Anna Lawler, Mrs. J. M. Lahiff, Mrs. John Col- presented with a gift. Her mother, Mrs. H. F. Kersey, Gait, who attended the .party, went home Wednesday. Mr. Jacobson is jeweler at Borchardt's. Welfare Club Has- Meeting— The Welfare club met Wednesday at Mrs. Jessie Wille's, Mrs. Aaron Steussy and Mrs. E. N. Taylor assisting. Fifteen women attended, and a program of author quotations and guessing contests was conducted. The Welfare club, formerly the Woman's Relief Corps, was reorganized this spring. The club supplies milk for school children and does numerous other items of welfare work. Announcement Party is Given— . Ten girls were entertained at an announcement party Sunday at the Grant Pollock home, Rolfe, honoring Jean Pollock, who will be married June 11 to Ray Blair, For Dodge. Miss Pollock is employee at the local Metropolitan Life of fice, and Mr. Blair is a bookkeeper for the Fort Dodge Serum Co. At tending the party from here were Helen and Genevieve Sterling. Baptist Missionary Meeting— The Baptist Missionary society met Thursday, at the church, Mrs. F. C. Volske, leader. The program was based on the subject for the year, which is Bells. Music was given by Mrs. R. G. Richardson and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock, and Mrs. Henry Furst gave a talk on Who We Are, pertaining to the history of .the church. The hostesses, Mrs. Richardson and Mrs. Cora Hill, served. Approaching Wedding Announced Margaret Fussel, junior sponsor and American History teacher, entertained 12 teachers at an announcement party Monday evening at 7:30 at the Algona hotel. Miss Fussell will be married in mid-summer to Ralph Old- Mahon and th« laiter'fl son f. L. Algona, at Mothers day dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Duhigg are parents of Mrs. McMahon, and Mrs. Nellie McMahon to E. Ci'S mother, • . Thirty-five women attended a Catholic Daughters picnic at the Ambrose-A. Call state park Thursday evening. Following 6:30 potluck supper, games were played. Mrs. Henry Phillips will be hostess to her embroidery club Thursday afternoon. There are 12 mem- Mr, and Mrs. Albin Spong- bers. berg entertained the C. S. D. W. club and their husbands at a Bingo party last week Tuesday evening,. 28 attending. Frank Shilts won high prize, and Cleve Stewart was low. Lunch was served, Mrs. L. F. Rise assisting. Mrs. E. N. Taylor entertained the Nazarene women's Bible class Friday, 12 women attending. Mrs. G. F. Towne had charge of the entertainment, which consisted of guessing contests and a travelogue by Mrs. A. D. Stockwell. A dessert lunch was served . . Rose Lampe, Lulu Huenhold, and Jesse Smith, were hostesses at a meeting of the Wa-Tan-Ye business girl's club last week Tuesday evening. The group had, a wiener-marshmallow roast at the Ambrose A. Call state park, followed by a business session. Mrs. R. H. Miller entertained her bridge club last week Tuesday evening nt 6:30 dinner. There were four club guests: Mes'damea B. C. McMahon, J. L. Bonar, C. C. Shierk, and H. T. Barker. Mrs. Barker and Mrs. Kent won bridge prizes. Members of the Baptist World- Wide Guild entertained the mothers at a Mothers day party Tuesday evening at the church. Mrs. R. A. Evans and Mrs. George McMahon were added guests. Mrs. F. C. Vofzke gave a tribute to the mothers. Mrs. Walter E. Roberts entertained her Needle club last week Monday. Twelve members attended, also two club guests, Mrs. John Seeman and Mrs. E. A. Genrich. The women spent the afternoon at sewing. Mrs. H. M. Potter" and Mrs. Marguerite Keneifick, here, and Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, will be assisting hostesses at 7 o'clock dinner this evening at Mrs. H. A. French's, Titonka. Seven tables of bridge will be in play. Mrs. E. J. Hartshorn will entertain the Royal Neighbors this afternoon, Mrs. Frank Ostrum and Mrs. Eva Cairey assisting. After a short .business meeting, bridge will be played. The Baptist Missionary society will meet Thursday at 2:30 at the church, with Mrs. F. C. Volzke as leader. Hostesses will be Mrs. R. G. Richardson and Mrs. Alice Hill. . Mrs. M. P.. Weaver entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Friday. Two tables of bridge were In play, prizes going to Mrs. A. L. Peterson and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Mrs. L. A, Wiftkel will entertain the Laf-a-lot club Uiis afternoon. This club, which meets every two weeks, has eight metobes. . Mrs. S. W. Meyer entertained her bridge club at 2 p. m, des^ sert luncheon yesterday. Two tables .were in play. The BrMgette club meets today for one o'clock luncheon at Mrs'. Edward DeZellar'a. Two tables will be in play. Mrs. M. J. Streit entertained her bridge club last evening at 7 6'clock dinner. There are 12 members. The St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meet at 2:30 Thursday at Mrs. William Kuhn's north of Algona. Mrs. M. J. Streit was guest at one o'clock luncheon Wednesday at Mrs. Arthur SchisselTs, Lakota. REWRITES Ilrlofn summarizing principal news IB Thursday's Upper Pes Molnes. THE SUPERYISORS were planning last week to replace the county home destroyed by fire a week ago Sunday. A structure ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^iii in i ^^ii^^^^TimimF MRS, MANNING, 84, WHS CREEK, DIES Funeral services were held Friday at 2 o'clock . fli the Lotts Creek Gentian Lutheran church for Mrs. Louisa Mantling, 84, who died last week Tuesday at her home. BUrial Was • made in the Lotts Creek cemetery beside the Crave of her husband Christopher, who died in 191*. The Rev, W. H. Dlscher, Whittemore Lutheran pastor, officiated,'the Rev. -Ernst Fiene, Lotts Creek pastor, being sick. Mrs. Manning was born January 20, 1865, at Birmingdale, 111. She was the daughter of Henry Widdel and Louisa, nee Meyer. On March 26, of the year 1877, her marriage to Manning took place and she came to Lotts Creek in 1894, 45 years ago. Six children survive, Emma, wife of Albert Potratz. Whittemore; Anna, formerly Mrs. Ferdinand Mittag, Lotts .Creek; Dora; wife of Ernest Luedtke, .Lotts Creek; William, Albert; and al- vina, also of Lotts Creek. Her husband, Christ Manning, died in 1914. There are 14 grandchildren and 10 great .grandchildren; also two brothers and one sister: John'Wid- del, Readlyn; William Widdell, Waterloo, and Mrs. John Fink, also Waterloo. costing some $40,000 was contem- Pallbearers were Hubert and plated, but a W. P. A. grant will be necessary for any expenditure over $15,000, if a special election is to be avoided. The burned •building was nearly 50 years old, and it cost $15,000. Of the los« only $5,000 was covered by Insurance. Persons who were kept in the building are being cared for in a near-by frame building saved from the fire. A CROWD of 2,900 persons attended a centennial service last week Sunday at the fair grounds commemorating emigration of Lutherans to this country, and 15 Lutheran congregations in the Algona circuit were represented. On the program were the Rev. W. T. Wolgram, Garner; Prof. Richard Neitzel Springfield, 111.; Otto Ruhnke and William Schmiel, Lotts Creek; and the Rev. R. W. Kabelitz, Fenton. Similar services were held elsewhere throught the United States. 'DOUG' GAYLOB, Algona was given a 90-day jail sentence at Emmetsburg by Judge Davidson one day last week for driving while intoxicated. He was accused of running into a farmyard and crashing into a barn, a corncrib, and a tractor, the latter being knocked over. THE H. S. TRACK team won second in a triangular meet at Britt last week Tuesday. Britt scored 72 points; Algona, 64; Garner, only eight. The locals won firsts in the 100-yd dash, the 440 dash, the half mile, the shotput, and the high jump. Reuben Leudtke, Paul and Hugo POtratz, Edwin Mittag and Robert Neilson. IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING. TO sell list it in our want ade, and get results. most o your home, H's done right, UING & 104. 6% ON SOUND \m The building are located lias —we must find new tew. If interested fa! stracting a store on a lease basis, once. An $8, story building KOSSUTH COUNTrl IMPLEMENT CO, i FOR SALE—BABY CAB, REASON- able. 412 N. Minn,, Algona. 18p36 LOST — SUM OF MONEY ON streets of Algona. Call Advance. Reward 9p36 FOR SALE—RAT TERRIER POPS $1 each. Charles Berte, St. Joe. 10p35 ALL STEEL LAWN CHAIRS, new shipment just received. Johnson Hardware. 10u36 FOR SALE — POTATOES, SEED or table. Lowest prices. Ray McWhorter, Burt. I'lp36 WANTED—HOUSEWORK in town or on farm by young girl. Apply Advance. FOR SALE—CASE R C TRACTOR, used one season.—Write box 304, Algona. 12p36 FOR SALE—CABBAGE AND tomato plants, lOe per dozen.— Stanley Egel. Ilu36 llns, Mrs. Thomas Crilhy, Lulius Albricht, and Mrs. Donahoe. Mrs. John berg, cago. research chemist at Chi- The announcements were LEMONS, size 800. dozen 27c NEW POTATOES, pk. __4lc HEAD IETTUCE, size 60, 2 heads 16o A&P FOOD STORES Wa-Tan-Yes to Picnic Tonight— The Wa-Tan-Ye club will meet for 6:30 picnic supper this eve- ing at the Ambrostf'A. Call state park shelter house. The committee in charge consists of Stella Mae Breen, Darleen Stott, Violet Norman, and Bertha E. Johnson. i Reports of a national Wa-Tan-Ye i convention at Fort Dodge May 14 [to 16 will be given'by Jessie Smith, Violet Norman and Rachi el Becker. The girls are to meet at the city hall at 6 o'clock, .thence to the park in cars. W. H. M. S. to Meet Monday— The Methodist W. H. M. S. will meet Thursday at 2:30 at the church. Mrs. M. W. Schwietert will be chairman of entertaining committee, and assistants will be Mesdames Perry Collins, A, R. Cruikshank, R. F. Donovan, — ~ —•'- Russell " IS. D. Gus Mrs. A. .R. found by the guests in corsages. Naomi Circle is Entertained— Mrs. Charles Roupe entertained the Naomi Circle Friday, Mrs. Bert Cronau, Mrs. Sarah Douglas, and Mrs. teen Fred Frost assisting. Eight- women attended. Mrs. Cleve Barton conducted a "quiz" on advertisements, and the rest of the afternoon was spent at sewing quilt blocks. The quilt will be sold after it is finished. FOR SALE — THREE BURNER Coleman gasoline pressure stove like new. Phone 429 Algona. 12p36 FOR SALE— TWO PUREBRED Angus bulls, one year old. Ervln Gerber, Phone 25F111, Algona. FOR SALE—ONE-MINUTE washing machine, power. Paul Krueger, Phone 8 on 94, Burt, Iowa 14p36 TWO USED BEDSPRINGS AND mattresses for sale at your own price. Springs good as new; mattresses good condition. One spring and mattress full size; other, two- thirds size.—Call 307 or 662. g35-37 FOR SALE — iBUTLDING 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 SEE— Clopton the Tailorl for a Comfortable — Correct Summer Wardrol • COMFORTABLE • Because the trousers-are masterfully tailored to i without the pinching at the waistline . . . because the coat II, faultlessly ,so you need never shrug yonr shoulders tosetra collar or align the coat-doting. • CORRECT Because the clothes that put you at your ease are clothes that are most appropriate. 'Best dressed men Iro coast to coast wear fashioned ..tailored suits that are madei for the individual. PLAN YOUR SUMMER WARDROBE NOW CLOPTON, t he Tail* Over Behlmer's GET IN ON THIS! OVER 700,000 members. A billion dollar estate. An extraordinary Lilfe Plan of security, live or die. See Antone Johnson Northwestern Mutual District Agency. 36 INTERIOR PAINTING — KIT- chen, bathroom, living room— all can be beautifully brightened with Pittsburgh Paints. No sizing necessary. F. S. Norton & Son. 36 SHIRT DISPLAY—MADE BY AR- row. Famous Arrow tailoring, famous Arrow collar, famous Mit- oga form-fit design. We've got your size. Zender's. 36 MOTHERS FIND KAYNEE SUITS the -ideal boys' play garments. Perfect style and cut for dress; wear too. See these now. Zender's. 36 CARD OF THANKS—WE WISH to thank our friends and relatives for their many kindnesses to us during the illness and death of LOST-^SACK OF SOY BEANS bet-.' ° u . r mother.^The Arndorfer fam- ween Ben Terhune farm and the Shell gas station. Orland Rutledge. 13p36 county. Old, reliable company 50 years in business. Over 200 Medl-| cines, 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. Rawlelgh Co., Freeport, 111. 56p34-37 OPPORTUNITY TO GO INTO BUSINESS FOR'YOURSELF in a Western Auto Associate Store Western 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. Kansas City, Mo. 32tf 2116 Central St. Associate Store Division WAITED — TO RENT OR BUY new crop of alfalfa. — Chester Schoby, phone 28F31, Algona. 14p35-36 FREE ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- iatui-e album with each roll film developed and printed, 25c.—Lus- by's. 14(2)27tf WANTED— A FEW FEET OF well ; seasoned walnut lumber. Call at Thorpe Wood and Iron Works. 36 HIKING, DANCING, SHOPPING— Phoenix Hosiery. Threadweights for every occasion! VITA-BLOOM, exclusive with Phoenix, keeps stockings more beautiful—makeis them last longer. 79c and $1.00. The Chrischilles Store. 36 BILL FOLD FREE — GENUINE steerhide, with zipper compartment for change. Save 30 Sargent Feed gift coupons and it's yours! Know more about this. Come in. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. 36 WANTED—BOY 16 WANTS work during summer. Experience at farming. Robt. Marshal, Irvington. 12p36 Phone Girls Entertain Parents— The local telephone operators entertained their parents last week Monday evening. The group attended the picture Union Pacific and the guests were later shown through the telephone office, after which all had lunch at the Wilson cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Toothman of Burt were out- of-town guests. Gourmet Club Meets Again— Dr. C. C. Shierk was host to the Gourmet club Saturday evening. The members cooked 6:30 dinner then spent the evening at cards. Taere a.re pnly tour members in the club—-Poctoj; H. W. Pr. C. D. aud B. B. WE WISH TO THANK OUR friends and Algona firemen for their assistance during and after the burning of the county home. 16U36-37 THE KINDNESS AND SYMPATHY of neighbors and friends in our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory^ Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those comforting acts. Mrs. J. F. Beblmer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks. p36 KARLOTTA CRYSTAL GAZER and" palmist now gviing readings daily at the Karlotta cottage, Bayside, Clear Lake. Phone 36F22. 17p36 SEE THIS FURNACE! BIG FEED door on Green Colonial takes the big chunks. You can see four- fifths of fire box. Get information. Latog & Muckey. ' WANTED—15,000 CAPONS NEXT January and February. Our demand has increased, FREE CAPONIZING ANp GUARANTEED PRICES UNDER OUR CAPONIZING CONTRACT. H interested see us at once.-HS.wift & Co. Algona, la. > 35-36 OPTOMETRIST HAVE THOSE EYES examined. At slightest sign of trouble, see us. Glasses expertly fitted. A. W. AMUNSON Optometrist Above Bprchara Drug Store REFINANCE YOUHSELY! 3U>aa8 on car or furniture. 20 monthj to repay. Relieve present obllga? lions. Edw. Capeeius, Hejse Bidg. EXCEPTIONAL SALES OPPORT- unlty now. Responsible men or women. Establish own business in your community with York's nationally knows farnj and home necessities. Excellent profits, and steady Income, Helpful deals and free prejnlujiiB, White the G. W. Tojpk. .<?„ . j Jowa. 39u36r3T , . . MAN FOR dealership fo Kossuth YOUR CAR WOULB appreciate a good job of lubricating. And that's exactly the kind of a Job we do! » •—Give us a call I Johnson's D-X SERVICE LI UKE QUR SERVICE? •>••"' AJfKE^^^'^^^^"8!» l WfB!i»a»i^^^ The controversy if keen, to we it iip to you! Qwr plwr 5k>tHe» skirted or trousered, in a variety well m*iiiier«4 • exclusively here. Stoi

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