Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1939 · Page 4
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I KOSSUTtl COttNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA FOR SAKE—200 BARKED ROCK Dullets, four months old.—Phone 806, Lonfe Rock. 12p-13 .CONTAINING toills.—Finder leave at Upper Des .Moines. . ' llg'43 FOR SALE—GREEN BEANS, 75c 'bu.' at stand six miles west of Algona on 18. Hp43 WANTED — CLERK OR STEN- ographical. job by high school graduate.— Margaret Palmer. 12p-i3 FREE ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- iature album with each roll film developed and printed, 25c. — Lusby's. 14(2)27tf A NEW WELL DRILLING MA- chine in your locality. Drilling any size wells. — Guy Beemer, phone 102 Lakota. 12p37-50 PAY BY MONTH — THAT NEW furnace you need can be financed through Green-rolonial. Monthly terms, o^r. Ask for information. — Laing & Muckey. 43 SARGENT M1NRAL MEAT MEAL feeds twice as far as tankage, costs half as much as mineral. Buy trial bag on guarantee. — Anderson Grain & Coal Co. -13 on vacation. Miss Dingley is spending her vacation on the coast. Chris Bowen, young son of Mrs. A. A. Fisher, recently went to Adel for a few days at his uncle Raymond Madson's and with his aunts, Mesdanies McCamey and Hagg. Ttose Lampe is taking a vacation from the Chrischilles store and is spending this week with a sister at Clear Lake. She will spend next week with her parents at Pocahontas. Herbert 1'otter and Walter Beardsley spent Satudray and Sunday with Melvin Nielsen, Spencer. Herbert and Melvin attend the . University of Arizona, Tucson, ADVICE ON PAINT — PITTS-i Ariz. burgh Sun-Proof Paints for ex- Mrs. ('. C. Shlerk and Irer two tenor use, cost less per years of'children left Wednesday for Ken- service. Let Pittsburgh Paints do osha, Wis., for a month with Dr. a'real job for you.—P. S. Norton & I Shierk's mother, Mrs. C. C. Shierk, k>on - 43 : and his .brother-in-law, Dr. C — ! Collins. FREE GIFTS— IN baL" of Sarpent one gift coupon. They're good for Kifts. Grain EVERY 100 lb. Feed, you find Save them. many valuable Get list here. — Anderson & Coal Co. 43 Jane Laird, Hollywood, : Calif., who had been .visiting' at. theiLyJfr Mathes home here, went to Des Moines Monday for two weeks with her father, C. B. Laird. - -. Mrs. H*y Ladendorf s niece, Dolores Devlin is making an extended visit here. She is the daughter of Mrs. Ladendort's brother, C. J. Devlin, Cedar Rapids. Fred Kent Jr. and Peter Chubb went to Des Moines Monday to attend a Ford instruction school, and were to go on to Detroit late this week to finish the course. Mrs. Alien Wllklns, operator at the Morrison beauty shop, is having a vacation this week and next, and while she is away Mrs. Anderson, owner, is at the shop. Dorothy substituting weeks, shows slight Improvement, but is 8tlll in serious condition. She has a special nurse, a Miss Cosgrove, of Wesley. / Mrs. Fr»fck Hicks, of Omaha, and her sister,"Mrs. F. H. Elgler, wife of'Fenton's «f»loneer "druggist, were Fourth guests here of Mr. and Mrs. George-Stewart Sr. Mr. Hicks is postmaster at Omaha. Mrs. C. B. Jfnsbj, Omaha, with her daughter Judy, is visiting her parents, Druggist and Mrs. K. D. James. Mr. Nasby, who has not been well, has had to take another leave of absence from his duties. P. A. Danson left Sunday for Fort Snelling, Minn., to attend the annual citizens' military training camp there. He is an officer. Dur- evening, guests of Carol's parents, Mr. and Mrs, 0. Johnson. Mr. Johnson arid Mr. DeLnno nre both in D-X employ. H. P. Richardson returned Saturday from ..Cedar Rapids, where he served as Delegate to a Railway Mail association convention In session there since Thursday.. The convention was held at the Hotel Roosevelt. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, Hurt, with their son Lloyd, were guests on the Fourth of the W. H.,Klamps here. The Vinaases have for some 30 years, more or fewer, operated the Burt hotel, one of the .best of its class in Iowa. 1 Lois, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell, came home Satur, . , , • -»«e" ^.vjiiT^ii, Beanie u'jiut oaiui' ng his absence Margaret Bliley is day from Des Moines, where she in charge of his office mornings. Mescher, Bancroft, is Pearl Horcy and Max in e Brundage left Sunday for the week at an American Lutheran Conference had spent a. month, studying at the American Institute of Business. war Veteran, lies In Rlvervlew. Lorett* Scheme!, Omaha, came Friday for a week with her grand- .parehts, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Scheme!. She is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ro.bert Schemel and^lll be a junior In high school next year. Her father Is a dentist. Mr, and Mrs. H. R. Barker, two sous, Dorothy Barker, and Verlan Anderson, all of Correctlonvllle, were Sunday guests here of Druggist and Mrs. H. T. Barker. H. R., who has a grocery store, is a brother, Dorothy a niece, of H. T. Irene Heller came I Monday for two weeks with her'sister Viola here and v her mother, Mrs. Fred Blerstedt, Whlttemore. Irene, a 1937 graduate of the local high school, is taking nurses' training at the Naeve hospital, Albert Lea. Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter, at the soil conse'rva-| camp Bt Clear Lake. They repre- t!on~ offices'while Helen Dingley is s , ent the >'° U "S people's society of the local First Lutheran church. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Gaines, St. She was graduated from the local i Whittemore, son Leon, daughter high school this year. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Anderson and 'Arlene Knudson returned Saturday from Horseshoe Lake, Minn., , where they had spent ten days. Louis, are parents of a 10-lb. son, i They had good luck at fishing, 'born July 2. Mrs. Gaines is the'catching Northerns, including a former Alice Zeigler, once office' nine-pounder and bass, girl for Dr. C. D. Schaap. Mr. . . Gaines is in furnace company employ. IV. L. Jon son took Mrs. Jenson and Meredith Larson to Sioux City Wednesday. Meredith is visiting „. _ Mrs. Jenson's niece, Joe An Smith, | partment at Christensen's. Mr. and Mrs. Green, Mason City, were Sunday guests of their daughter, Mrs. Chester DeSart. Mr. Green is a partner in the Nichols & Green shoe company, and Mr. DeSart Is in charge of the shoe de- Linda, with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter, Lu Verne, spent the Fourth week-end at the L. fi. Gilbert cottage on woman Lake, near Hackensack, Minn., , returning Wednesday. ' ' Myrtle Tnnibaii&li left Monday for points, in Canada, where she will visit three weeks. .Ske w«6 taken to St. Paul by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fritz, West Bend, and from there went on 'by train. She was to visit at Hyihe nnd BroAVns- vale, Alberta. , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchett took Mr. and.Mrs. O. K. Romstad and the -three Romstad oHlldfen to a Romstad reunion at WHmar, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. Sarchett's brother, AVilliam B. Spear, Elk ton, Minn.', was a guest at the Snrchett home the same day. Mrs. John Foth returned to her duties as clerk at Graham's Monday, after a week's vacation. Hazel Pentecost, another clerk at • Graham's, began a two weeks vacation Monday, and planned to make vis- its At Renwlekj Corwltb, and Eagle drove. Ft H» Tlmrt, telephone manager, •was on vacation last, week. With Mrs. Timm and ^ their daughter Marianne he -spent Monday to Thursday at Htunpton, giieate of Hie W. ,CV;,-Petersons'" and other friends. The Tiitims formerly lived at Hampton,'' ,«. • f ," t Mrs. W.'Jl* tacjr was seriously sick, last week) following a nervous attack, but was rtticK improved, yesterday. She is ••'."&>.sister of Charles JoHmsori,' who has a grocery and hardware store' here. The Lucys; former local laUnder«rs, Sgg^JULY B0 2J lv " re ««*. Mr. FOR Fenton, phone 357. "" I and Mrs. Jenson is visiting her' The Kev. and Mrs. Erwin, of Le' parents. Both are expected home Mars, came last week Tuesday for ' a visit with Algona friends, and are making headquarters at Minnie Medin's. Mr. Erwin, former P. Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. P. Hanson, Minneapolis, brought their granddaughter, Barbara Hanson, home Sunday. She had made a six weeks' visit there. Barbara is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hanson. Mrs. R. I. Crafty returned Friday from three weeks at Minneapolis, where she visited sisters'* and kle. 132. confidentially.—C. H. Ostwin-! Heise bldg., Algona, phone! 28u43tf i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dubel, Sioux. Xettie and Lillian Miller, and a brother, Harry. Malbel Cratty, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh's sister, bought Mrs. 'ratty home. Mr. and Mrs. Carol Johnson and i Mr. and Mrs. E. R. DeLano were at j Eagle Grove last week Monday Nazarene pastor here, is now in evangelistic mission work. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ingham were at Forest City Sunday, visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Flannery. Mr. Flannery is manager of Graham's at Forest City, and Mr. Ingham, who manages the local store,, .is former Forest City manager. the sheriff here, was a visitor at his son Allen's last week Monday to Wednesday. 'Glen' usually returns for patriotic celebrations at the old home town. His father, a Civil MONEY FOR ALL PURPOSES— We make cash loans up to $300 j Falls, and a grandson "we're" guests br °ther, Harry. Malbel Cratty, Mrs.! G. A. BnfnsonT DesTMolne's once on your automobile or furniture. I last week Sunday to Wednesday at c - " " ' _ " All transactions handled quickly j| Game Warden E. V. Pierce's. Mrs.! ( ' ratt >" home. Pierce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dubel. .Mr. an I Mis. H. C. Hcvtsman. of Iowa Fail?, with their daughter Lois Jean, were, over the Fourth suests of the T5.|-R. D->Lanns. Mr. Hort.sman. a plumber, is a brother of Iilrs. DeLanc. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette T. Agard and Charles Lehman spent the week-end with Audrey Fritz, Monona. Miss Fritz has taught the fourth grade at the Bryant school the last few years. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchins, Decorah, with their two children, were guests over the Fourth of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. NOTICE The city council of Algona of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 27th, 1939, at 8 p. m., at the City Hall. Taxpayers will be heard for or against .the following estimate of expenditures at that time. v ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. 1 2 3 4 5 . 6 . .7 . Prop. Bal. on Est. Est. "Amount Expend. Hand Surp. of Income Neces. Expend. Expend. Estimated Mar. 31 of bal. other than to be for year for year '1940 1939 on hand tax'tion raised by 1938 1937 taxation ' ' ..$ 20,000 $ *656 $ $ 3,000 $ 9,000 $ 25,000 $ 44,972 2,000 2,000 ! 300 95,000 Sewer 5,000 Light 15,000 Fire Equipmt Fire Maint'nce Library .............. 3,500 3,500 4,000 Waterworks 30,000 Band .................. 1.200 Park .................... 2,400 Road Dragging.. Pool ...................... Library Bldg ..... Snow Removal.... Comfort Sta ...... , 900 3,500 700 1,200 600 *656 $ 7,148 4,900 51,408 *22 339 1,020 19,137 332 500 3,600 785 9,000 15,000 1,000 3,000 2,000 2,000 3,700 3,600 4,000 1,100 1,800 700 1,640 700 1,200 600 $ 25,000 ' 50 878 156,774 5,820 3,077 3,524 22,956 1,150 . 1,190 2.785 155 500 600 6,022 129.546 857 1,662 3,390 26,740 1,100 1,259 3.798 948 Totals $ 94,500 S 88,414 $ 11,000 $114.300 $ 36,940 $224,459 $220,301 Adjusted Taxable Valuation (1938) $2,172,945 Moneys and Credits (1938) $ 690,754 "Indicates Overdrafts. FOR SALE—GOOD USED MINN.! 8-ft. .grain binder with power j drive attachment. Good used John Deere 8-ft. grain binder. Used Me- j Cormic-k-Deering type D ensilage! cutter with blower and distributor i Dipe. like new.—McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. 35u4s' TO OPPORTUNITY GO INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF in a Western Antn Associate Store Western Auto Supply Company, largest and most successful in its line, 30 years in business, had a |ll!illlllll!lllll!l!!lllllllllllllllllllllllim 1 A SAFE PLACE TO I D. Hutehins. Donald is still an Electrolux salesman. 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 m the smaller towns, which pays for merchandise and fixtures and everything necessary to start business. We train you in our successful merchandising methods. Western Anto Supply Co. Kansas City, Mo. 32tf 2116 Central St. Associate Store Division taken up nursing duties at the. Kossuth hospital. j Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins j moved Friday into their newly completed home in north. Algona. They had been living in a duplex on east Call street owned by Mrs. Margaret Hofmaster. Mary Louise Gilmore was taken home Saturday from the Kossuth hospital, where she recently, 1 had an operation for appendicitis. I She is the daugter of Banker and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. .Mrs. Kate Annis. who has been at the Kossuth hospital nearly two 6 III BUY A D USED CAR Grand Opening Free Candy for the Children VIKING Cut Rate Gas WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 4-DAY INTRODUCTORY SPECIALS Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday JULY llth, l»th, 13th, 14tli Genuine Regular 70 Octave GAS 13c per Gallon Permit, Pure Pennsylvania oil, per cjt. I5c Guaranteed, Mid-Continent Oil, per qt, lOc Hi-grade Kerosene, gal. _ JQ C VIKING OIL CO. Milwaukee Depot At Prices You Can't Beat Sixteen Cars Sold Last Week 2 1938 DeLuxe Ford Tudors 1 1938 DeLuxe Ford Coupe 1 1938 85 Ford Tudor 2 1937 DeLuxe Ford Fordors 1 1937 DeLuxe Ford Tudor 1 1937 85 Ford Tudor 2 1936 Master Chevrolet Coaches 1 1936 Dodge Coupe 1 1936 Old's Sedan 2 1936 85 Ford Tudors 1 1935 Plymouth Coach 3 1935 Ford Tudors 2 1635 Chevrolet Coaches 1 1934 Plymouth Coach 1 1933 Chevrolet Fordor Also late model Trucks & Pickups AlWritten Guarantee With Every Car and Remember We Will Not Be Undersold Kent Motor Co. • We Trade Phone 494 EMIT Terms Marvelous REDUCTIONS START TOMORR "I ••'II of Stunning SUMMER SHOES Alt SIZES* IIIJJIITH '-/, GROUPS 2 50 Pairs * regulariy and $ 2.t NATIONALLY ADVERTISED You've been waiting for these SAVINGS and v here they are! All of \^ our most stunning hits ^ in WHITE, COMB1. \, NATIONS, DARK ANT?,' nV LE8! " *"•*-»•*••«"« All heels! Chooie! $1.95 Kedettes AH styles in these smart cool, comfortable sum- $1.44 Childrens Sizes 98c mer shoes, 6 styles, all sizes __„_ $7.50 Rhythm Step kf»A £2« „ t» . - - - ' "j , ' * $4-95 These fine comfortable, stylish, good-fitting shoes, white, black, and colors, entire stock included Selby Arch Preserver Heel Hugger Shoes Poll Parrot Shoes •- *#, 49* Children Shoos V £±/Q fmVt Bedroom Slippers «J(p IMF ^1^<^^ ' *• ^^^F •

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