Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1939 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 13, 1939
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KOSflUTH COUNT* ABV entering the U, 8, navy. Charles Was graduated from Brltt high school In 1938, aid took some work it the BMtt Junior college. Prom Des Molnes he will go to the Great Lake! naval training school. The Sexton Aid will hold strawberry and Ice cream social oa the Klrachbaum lawn Friday. A demonstration was given at W. C. Taylor's farm on Wednesday on the use of a corn leveler. Mrs. Harvey Steven attended the W. C. T, U. picnic held at the Call state park Wednesday. There were 26 present, representing Swea CtSf and Algona groups. A tine pro* gram was presented under 1 leadership of Mrs. J. Skow. A picnic dinner was served. ; Mrs. Raymond Wehb, Mrs. Ches 1 - ter Webi> andi son, MrSi" Sarah Wise, and Mrs. Druslila Noble were visitors at Mrs. Arch Burger's Wednesday. ' Mrs. Fred Neahrlng returned Wednesday: atterioon from the Kossuth hospital. Her condition is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Witt and daughter Charlotte Ann visited Mr,' and Mrs. John Voss Sr. y Lu Verne, Wednesday evening. The occasion was the 34th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Jr. and cilldre% Lu Verne, were also there, flitn Semis attended a grain convention held at Jowa l*aiis ofi Wednesday. Mrs. Bemls and daughter Deioris accompanied Mr. Benv is to KanaWha, where they visited Mrs. Chester HolcotJ*. • </-^>i- H. W. Davis whd hl« been Mllef agent at (He MfrwiuIe'e'^.raHrofct. station since 'the death ptivW< r, Miller, left Friday »r Cuntof, 8 t);, for a position th,ere.~ Mr, BUS" p>§tviUe, will be the new suttoi agent, • t ' ' it-, vehftlt he 'i" n ' a> I*A to Boone by Mr. *°2 pa "Harvey and broth** M"' Ha aboard the'Un- CtUllenger there will be responBl- 7 dellvered w . , ttend to all her 888 wl /carrying ol money. ''•' a "m keep » «" ar * and rley will »«8P , her ob . 'fftfwm 1« fmuch of in- A to record. b her $ff Corning mall* putte Ne»/, report her "er trip and neigh- ofi five chll- FOUNDERS AMD MANAGERS "$ the train travel- an hour through ot ' be met at ix»s An- Zanke, ot.Pasar family she will tnue. ode Is aliwfto-Tlrit Calahans and the L. P. - Whlttter. Mr ; and jrson are her great uncle Mr. Anderson; Is a broth- Oscar AndeMon, Al- i. iBarl Tobtnman, of at the ntaeA uu C .^,8blrieywm San Diego, where she will moat ot the summer wltfc j. C. 1* Morris, form- Heim'zanke. The Morrises m on a ranch about 16 miles from Sai D1 «S°' Mr< Morrls belng an extensive honey producer. f liners Guests of Losers— ' A« a result of a recently closed A ° Mce contest in the Young i' Sunday school class a plc- tic mnch was served, lo«>«J° 'winners, ou the lawn of Oood »•»» "church Friday evening, 20 partici- W| ng Wieners roasted over an ibpen fire, salads, Ice-cream, and tee and other trimmings' satisfied 'kppetitea whetted by the open air >\nd the urgency of yo,utn. .ITpHow- ftog the meal the group ^adjourned [to the rink at Tltonka, where oth- "* from the school and ? some from neighboring towns „ comprising, a party ot 40. S "Recent slicklng-up of. Good. Hope- itourch grounds Includes the re- ibulldtag ot the auto- guard rail i'iouth of the.church by.,Ed Broes?'der, A..J. Dlttmor, James Kno". %nd Glen Jenkinson, and the trim- Tfalng of the barberry hedge by 'JFred Genrlch, our rural carrier, out of Lone Rock, Fred has an electrical trimmer and •donates his services to the church to keep the hedge in shape. He was ably as- ritated by Mrs. Genrlch and their ; ; Hn Bernard. iSlrai Cityan to Speak— ;;The address at the service of worship at Whlttemore and Good Hope Sunday will be delivered by tt« Rev. H. E. Hutchinson, director of finance of Methodist hospital, Sioux City. His hearers may be assured of a great treat as the Rev. Mr. Hutchinson is-rated' as me of the best: sermonlsers in Northwest Iowa Conference. No special collection will be taken. Other Good Hope. : , Mr, and Mrs. Charles Phelps, of Portland township, were guests of the W. J. Bournes, Algona,- last eek Sunday. The group attended services at the Good Hope ; church. The Phelpses were originally parishioners of the Rev. Mr. Wood when the Doan; church, of '^hlch he was pastor as an out-ap- polntment of the Tltonka- charge, stood a mile west of the Phelps Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hackbarth and children, Lucille and Marvin, went to Weatgate last week Monday tor » day with the Arnold Wntzes, returning that night. Mrs. Paultnei :glntz, Algona, mother of -Mra. Hackbarth, accompanied them and >lth the daughter Lucille remained for several days, A meeting or the Good Hope Aid jaa held at Mrs, R/ P. Haweott's Wednesday. About 70 members and guests were present and' en- Joyed a profitable and 1 social afternoon. Routine business was f trans- Peter Martin owner ot the property occupied toy-the Oryllle Card- S? r . 8 . a nd who used to wrfc for W»l "odd, is working for,George Sears this season. 1 ' The J. M. Elmore farin hoine Is receiving some much appreciated improvements from the landlord In j?e way of pinater, paint and pa- t^ r l?** Mrfl> George Sears a.nd !nl s _ ter Yl » lte d the former'* P»r- y, June 2 to f. Wesley . Wesley, j un e 13— ft. H, Meyer W.s started construction of a lunch room to be run in connection with Ms Standard service station In the *est part of Wesley, Mr. Meyer to have it completed next u , Once again tne founders, manag- crs and employees of S and L cooperate in bringing you the greatest of all seasonable sales; Tremendous price reductions right at the start of the summer season. Every item "hand picked" for this event. StaitsTomonow White Novelty HAND BAGS Cleverlysty led yet designed 'for pricticsbility. :.. and you'll enjoy being in the swim in one of these new bathing suits. A wide choice of mi- f :>Is and styles io tin- i;ewest solid colors or combination!. SHEERS FOR SUMMER The newest, in style and smartness *t an ims>> ing saving. « Sheer prints, chiffons, washable pastels in sixes 12 to 46;j Pbe Twill SLACKS Full cut, neatly tailored slacks in rust, brown, green and blue. Sizes 14 to 20.;. weir 'em all summer. Stunning New SLACK SUITS ™££[fe « tih ia:pppultc ouit tad »Uck combifltlipa. Cbolc* ,b» colon Mdiini 12 to 20. Everybody Liket Faimei- ettes • they're cool • they're comfy • style-right 98« M»d« of all,over colored twill or printed cottons V.. full roomy cut. Sizes 12 to 20. Summer. H AT S A dazzling collection of straws and felts at t remarkable low price.*Choice Up To 40% On these Mars HOSE SWIM rooms SUCK sox Excellent quality rayon plaited fancy hose or plsia colors. " -Per Pair j All wool swim trunks, built in support, man* styles and colors. With belt and pocket. Fancy, bright colored •nkle sos .with stretchy elastic top. All sizes. Per Pair $' Dresses that will create plenty of excitement during and after the sale; Copies of expensive silks designed to "live" in all summer,/ You'll be "air conditioned* in thesej smart comfortable crepe twist hose. New summer shades in ring- less first quality, seam- 1^ less knit stockings.... <~ V full fashioned Pure Silk CHIFFON HOSE Ladiet' SLIPS First quality service oe chiffon weight io lovelf new shades. Perfect fitting satin strip* or rayon crepe slips- some w|th shadow panel Four gore style Seldom will yo« find such quality M this low price. ^••'l •»' - H f ' i •• li-w WOTHV ^^ *^^ ^ yM^y-f.-. •min >4- -- - safe 20?. $p£cM> :smr2^^ Bntdcbtb Men'iWaih Polo SHORTS SLACKS SHIRTS Fast color print shorts i* Sanforized slacks in the Excellent quality shirts i a assorted patterns. season's newest styles. several styles and colors.- 12< 84* SUITS TOPPERS Our entire stock of suits and coats at half price or less. Buy for now, for this year, for next year. Buy for less than the cost to make them. All sizes, colors and styles. DRESS SHIRTS Every One Sanforized Shrunk A real buy in men's dress shirts. Ordin- surily you'd expect to pay 1.33 or more for them. COTTAGE SETS Ruffled Priscilla styles. Per Pair only PsEXW SPORT-EZE Saddles, barges, scows and all the otlier popular "rug cutters" in white, white and brown, and aaddle tan colors. Ore pie. or leather soles. foitM &' Children'* SHOES Sandals or oxfords io white or brpwsw long wear, ing composition soles. TENNIS SHOES Men's, boys', and youth*' sizes in black, blue or brown. Heavy corrugated rubber soles. $0062$?. J^ste McMahpn returaed P,' 8h« past h Physical Pillows « Work Shoes cwnposition heels. They're tp stand the wo and FATHERS JUNE IB" GOLD HEARTS Men's Ties Hand made, resill-. ent construction tiesj of finest materials..< Patterns galore to pleas* father in these outstanding tie values. Bach Sparkling glass and colorful stripes will make you proud of this lovely lemonade set. 6 Glasses and PttcHtr ; • Finest broadcloths • Whites or patterns • Fused collar* • Full cut to- *flSS* A Smash Hit in MEN'S SUITS I Rarely do you find a value to equal them, ) _ _ — j- — — _ _^ ^^^^^^^^ .^SBfe. .^i^Sh. TARGET GAMES Wednesday S wd L never forgets the Wd4i.es. Thto year we have^a dan4? target game for every years or y^er W hq yteits PUT sfc>r It's 113317» Iw «»* 11 The newest $tyle? aye represented in this selection, many of diem just came in but we'r« slashing the prict for |hf ?e three days only, * ^ ^ ' ' "*~ ^ Up ^P^W^I^PlWr Ws ^^W^^e^^Hl^^ -V^tV <:• ^fe|*A< % a .'2,*& " f "fP^tf's*:' '^ I "' ,. ^.irl^SSt - ^, -fc"tS^--j**t .j

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