Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1939 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 11, 1939
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•"o cys >• a i % FT^S 3]£5r H* r • ^ W-lf^r v , KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. IOWA PAGE FIVB Ends Saturday Sight ne«d NO.Wj »* prices JOH won't be able to »fter this ettntls over! Many more bnr- ,»t the store! 42-Ouncc Pitcher 9c IJ.PC. Crystal Glass Bowl Set 19C 4 Inch frowls s bowl and In a six modern [^ Boys'and Girls' Sun Suits' 19c Adorable styles! Sizes 2 to 6 Special! Sparkling crystal I glass with Ice retaining Up. Galvanized Steel 10-Qt. Pail ^LOCALS Mrs. Richard Cowan was at Port 5odge Friday, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arnic Horsford. Mrs. L. A. Ooddarrt, Garden City, -alif., and Dr. and Mrs. Anderson, Pasadena, Calif., were guests over Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. It. R. Cowan. Mrs. Goddard is the widow of a former Congregational pastor here, and she is on her way home summer at their cottage there. Everett is a partner in the local Jack Sprat store. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steiner, Fort Dodge, were Sunday dinner guests of the H, C. Andersons. Mrs. .Steiner and Mrs. Anderson are sisters, and Mr. Steiner, with his parents, operates a Arbor, Mich. iMiss 'Barbaras left .'dairy.. Wednesday Avith friends from, be- | o , 1( , sts n( tn<! , Lon W right home corah for Yellowstone Park and last week-end were Warren G; the world s fair in .California. Miss Wrlght DeB M oines, and Mr. and - Barbaras and Mrs. Hobbs are sisters of Mesdames Payne and Bieser. Chubb and Maxine Lar- a class reunion at Madison, Wis. Mrs. Kdlth Hiilley spent the week-end with Beulah Hartshorn at Spencer. Irma Dee Phillips, reception clerk at the Marigold „ u Shoppos, IB on vacation this week. | Herbst were Mrs. Harold Johnson, also of the Saturday Marigold Shoppes, spent last week t|,,,i,,, \on visits at Sutherland and Em- inptsburg. ) son returned Sunday from the Ok- j Betty ^Bishop. obojis, where they had spent a five 'Mrs. J. H. Corcoran, Minneapolis. Guests this -weekr-end, at their home were Charles Mohme, Cedar Rapids, with his daughter Irene and day vacation from their duties at the H. B. White law offices and the Chamber of Commerce respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Chubb spent the early part of last week with them and Mr. and Mrs. Joel there Friday and f. Teddy Young, who spent last week at his aunt Mrs. H. E. McCor- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Eldred, of Madison. Wis., left Wednesday after a visit here since the preceding Sunday with the Fred Frosts and the George Stewarts Sr. She is a kle's, left Saturday for his home in Betty and Irene went to the lakes Sunday and Mr. Mohme remained for a longer visit with his sister Mrs. Lon Wright. Warren is a brother of Lon and Mrs. Corcoran is a cousin of Mrs. Wright. Nancy and Joan, young daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Hutchison, got home yesterday morning from Chicago, where they had spent a week with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Mason City. He is the 11-year-o.ld Drummond. The Drummond daugh- , ter \Mary came with them for a two weeks return visit. The girls made the trip both ways all alone by son of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Young, lho latter . " le f ™' ))erson ' sister ° E Mrs ' first cousin rf MM Stewart |and Ms " H " B " mlte ' Tlle Youn S s> train, traveling on the Rocket from ° s we^W Mason City In daytime on the go- grandpar- | n g trip and coming home at night. Bcrnlce Harrington and Donnabelle Merron spent Friday night at the Lusby cottage, Clear Lake, the guests of Margaret Dalziel. and other guests were Garrah Rice, Willlamsfield, ,111.; Letha Larson, Kewanee, 111.; Margaret Azeltine, Cedar Falls; and Mildred Williams, Newton, the out-of-town guests teach at Kewanee, except Miss Williams, Who teaches at Victor. Miss Dalziel, who studied physical training at Grinnell, is also a teacher at Kewanee. The girls came to Algona for the week-end at Lusby's, and Miss Williams remained for a week. R«eh«l Becker returned to work at the Advance office 'Monday, alter four days at the Okobo.Hs. where she helped chaperone the Portland Peppy Pals 4-H club of 12 members. The girls spent the time at swimming, roIler-skatlnK and sight-seeing at Arnold's park They had a rented cotta.ge and did their own-cooking and dish-washing. Four-H'ers who attended were Viola Trenary, Virginia and Mary Janice McWhorler, Dorothy and Betty Stewart, Margaret and Rose Marie Ringsdorf, Donna Ruth Bolie, Ruth McFarland, M&rilyn and Dorothy Long, and Lavina Jandl. .mmzzm^tsm^ztmtgsiztmiKiXst We Are In The St ruicc Of Others — Iowa TUB 19c Low sale price! ' 1 17x82 in. "Cannon" [Turkish Towels I Allover checks in a variety of colors! - 9c ler -Napkins, pkg. — -»c ,r:Blades ____ -— * for 9c Jr. Lyen's Tooth- Pow- 18c Permanent Dull Finish Rayon Hosiery 19c Ringless! service weight. SO-Sqnnre Print "Heart" Apron 19c Tubiast colors! Clever heart . shaped pocket. Handkerchiefs :t for !><• Rat Tail Combs »« Women's Rayon 1'ant- ies »« Sun Glasses *(c and a double cousin of Mrs. Frost,' °. Ulel ' son> Bob . b £' I 4 ' is ffc J"n5±? d ^ ' federal ele(> I ?«?nVS£. A*'*. Ypnng. | M, and *rs. * J- Payne got Mr. and Mrs. David Green, who : Mrs. K. C. Dickinson Is expecting home last week Sunday from a va- had been here a week, guests of j arrival. Sunday of her granddaugh- cation tour in Wisconsin and Min- Mrs. Green's mother and sister, 1 ter, Jean Whitney, Escanaba,.Mich, nesota. They visited Pikes Peak Mrs. Mary Frankl and Caroline,! Jean is only nine, but will travel and McGreogr Heights on.the Mis- returned to St. Cloud, Minn., Sun- alone. Her mother was Elizabeth sissippi, which Mr. Payne day, and Miss Frankl went with; Dickinson, and her father :is a them for a stay o! a week or ten, traveling salesman for the Borden days, after which she will leave milk company in the Michigan for a tour of the west. ! Peninsula which borders Wiscon- Mrs. Orville Reid, Chicago, with j sin on the north. Jean's parents three children, went home Sunday, ' vin * ak e her as far as Madison. Mrs. Vera Christenscn and her Other chaperones were Mrs. Tony Jandl and Mrs. Ivan Long. after a. few days with the former's sister-in-law, Mrs. Edward Hagg, j daughter Joyce went to Ames yes- and other relatives here. The Reids i terday, and were overnight guests Mrs. .f 0 r are former Algonians. LaVonne j of Mr. Galloway, brother o£ Prew, Humboldt, daughter of Mr. Christensen. Joyce leaves and Mrs. Ray Prew. was also guest at the Hagg home. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lorenz spent BEN FRANKLIN - W. V. BUTLER* Owner ALGONA there today for Tucson, Ariz., to take up her new position at the Mr. Payne helped to develop more than 20 years ago when he was connected with the North Iowa Times at McGregor. The tour also included The Dells in Wisconsin, Duluth, and the lake shore northeast of the city. They visited relatives in the Kickapoo valley country around LaFarge, Wis. . The County Conservation League, which lately bought the Methodist stand at the fair grounds, had it in operation on the Fourth. Arthur ae er Valley National bank. Mrs. Chris- Priebe, Lone Rock, League piesi- Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herbst at the Herbst cottage at the Okobojis, and Mr. jjand Mr-si E. C. McMahon joined the party Sunday. The Lorenzes returned Sunday, and the Henbsts are expected today. The McMahons will be there two weeks. Ciipt. «nrt Mrs. F. W. Collins, of Fort Sill, Okla., with their son Dean, were guests Over the Fourth at R. E. Kain's. Mrs. Collins, the ing, Lena Hilman, at Welcome. Mr. former Eileen Portman, roomed atJBash is engineer at the local Swift tensen will visit at Ames a short time, and will then return to Al- . gona for the rest of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bash, daughter Arlene, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potrat*. Lotts Creek, left yesterday for two weeks at Westgate, la., and St. Paul, and Welcome, Minn". They were to visit Mr. Bash's sister, Mrs. Edward Metel, St. Pauland Mrs. Bashous- dent, Henry Becker, Algona, secretary-treasurer, and Ralph Morgan, vice president of the Algona unit, with Raliph Miedke, secretary-treasurer, were among men who worked at the stand during the day. The League • expects to operate the stand again during the Official Publication. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals for the County Home Building to be erected Sn Kossuth county, Iowa, will be received by the County of Kossuth, State .of Iowa, in the office of the County Auditor, E. S. Kinsey, until 1:00 o'clock p. m., August 2, 1939, a:t which time and place all bids deceived will be publicly opened and read aloud. All bids submitted shall be made on the printed forms attached to and made a part of the proposed contract documents. Bids shall be addressed and delivered to the County Auditor of Kossuth county, State of Iowa, in sealed envelopes marked with the name of the bidder. The contract documents are on file at the office of the County Auditor and Keffer and Jones Architects, 202 Masonic Temple Des Moines, Iowa, and may be se- Kain's when she taught here. Captain Collins, veterinary in the army, will be tranfserred to Washington. D. C., September 1. Mrs. Harold Laiupright, who had, a major . operation Wednesday morning at Mercy hospital, Mason City, was brought home Saturday evennig, but was returned to the hospital yesterday afternoon. Mr. Lamprfght is delivery window clerk at the postoffice, and Mrs. Lampright was a Carney girl. llr. and Mrs. A. J. Eason, with plant, and Mr. Potratz is a farmer. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rae, Mason ity, son Walter, and daughter Eleanor, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Rae's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Taylor. A, nephew of Mr.- and Rae, Richard Webster, went Mason City with them for the county fair. and Mr*. A. W Mescher St %£ *%£ Reibhoff, and also visited relatives at Bancroft. Mrs. Reibhoff accompanied the Meschers to their home, and there met -her daughter Ca- mllla, nurse at Minneapolis, ^ th whom she spen he Fom th with another daugh t r, M^s Fmnk ouameiei , Maisnrieiu, wis. .viis. Reibhoff. and Camilla came .to Al- TUESDAY AM) WEDNESDAY, JULY 11 AND 12 Continuous from 1 o'clock. The comedy hit of the year! 11 ELYYN DOUGLAS „ JOAN BLONDELL WALTER CONNELLY —in— "GOOD GIRLS GO TO PARIS" Plus LEON ERROL COMEDY "MECHANICS ILLUSTRATED" THURS.-FRL, JULY 18-14 cured t by contractors from Architects on or after July 10 1939, upon depositing with th Architects the sum of .$10.00 th full amount of which deposit will be returned to contractors upon the return of contract documents to the Architect's office. Story of the "Big House 5 * SATURDAY, JULY 15 Plus Vivian Donner's Fashion Forecast in Color Plus "Quiet Please" and "The Bear That Couldn't Sleep" in southern Illinois. ' Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merritt, with sister, Mrs. 0. S. their'daughters Mary and Marjorle. their daughterBetty'-drove, toi Fort spent Sunday with Mrs. mother, Mrs. P. Andringa, Orange City. Mrs. Eason's brother, John Slikkerveer, Akron, O., with his 'amily, and her. sister, .Mrs. L. E. Eason's - Dodge Friday to meet and bring up ' Mrs. Merritt's sisters, Mrs. Alice Bennett, St. Joe, Mo., and Mrs. Minnie Kaufman, Maitland, Mo., who are here for two weeks or POPULAR DOUBLE , WRAPPED FOR FRESHNESS AND LOOK AT THIS PRICE , LARGE 20 01. LOAVES A. Spear. The elder Mr. Spear, who is living at his daughter Mrs. Roy Sarchett's, north of town, has been in failing health for some time. The Arthur Spear eldest son Bargain Week Te.l«! »i»d Approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau Ann Page SALAD DRESSING BLACKTEA - 25c the SMART TBOU- 5 Jerve thl. fin*, fre.h = V.cuua P«k m Copdoj- Coffee lUUIUIUUUUIIIUIlUUIIUUUlllUIUIP •rowley, Le Mars, with 'her family, were also guests of ,Mrs. Andringa. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Falken- hainer have moved into the ground apartment of the Clear Lake cottage where the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders, have the upper story. The cottage is on the lake shore directly'across the street from the "pro" house at the Clear Lake Country club grounds. Mrs. H. Richard Rasmusson, of Carlinville, 111., with two children, Elva Yvonne and Darrell, arrived Wednesday to visit Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Mr. Rasmusson,•brother of Mrs. Meyer and of "Hib" Rasmusson here, is traveling in Europe this summer. He is a professor at Blackburn university, Carlinville. Ma Sorensen, who had accompanied the body of her sister, Minnie M..Sorensen, to Algona a week or so ago, left for Waterloo Saturday to visit another sister, Mrs. A. G. Schultz, a few days before returning to her home at Grand Island, Neb. Miss Sorensen is a sister of Mrs. J. A. Freeh and Mrs. Charles T. Ellsworth here. Wade Hansen spent the Fourth with Maurice McEvoy at Minneapolis The boys came down Wednesday, and Maurice is spending the summer with his mother, Mrs. Katherine McEvoy, court clerk. Wade is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edw Hansen. He and Maurice are students at the Dunwoody Institute, Minneapolis. Maxine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Tom Dailey, and Louise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J- Wadleigh, accompanied- the H. f. Hansens to Minneapolis Sunday, find the girls are visiting rela " v ° s at St Paul. 'Mr. and Mrs. Wad- leigh'will go after them Sunday. The H. P. Hansens visited at their son E. W.'s over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Behrends, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eleman, Buffalo Center; and their two sons, attended a Behrends family reunion at Redwood Falls, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.C. F. Specht, accompanied by the. Harry. Larsons, Forest City, also attended The Spechts and the Larsons are now visiting at Minneapolis. A "local" in last week's .Garner Leader said: "Mrs. Mabel Wer- meVsen, of Algona. for many years resident of Hutchins, and during that time a correspondent from the Hutchins area to the Leader, transacted business in Garner Friday [July 1-1- mlle itt tOWn S ^ SS^ends here, ^d^Lea4- and re tor two wees or . te(J improvlng , afte r ieft Sunday to taice ,.„„,,„ „, ..-Jnion* t over Rnm e- more. All Betty to the University of Wisconsin at Madison. 'Betty, who plays the 'bassoon, is again attending a three-week music clinic there. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton, the former's sister, Charlotte Hilton, Minneapolis, and Bernice Ludwig, West Bend, will leave Friday night for two weeks in the West. They will visit Jack's and Charlotte's brother "Bill," who works ,jn gold mines at House, Nev., and will attend the San Francisco fair. The return trip -will be via the Yellowstone park .and the Black Hills. Mr. Hilton travels for -the Sommers General Merchandising Co. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson, with their son Phil, went to Pine _ . xci«,« O»ivulo^r 4f\ vicii fr TiVPl*"* six weeks of undulant. fever, some times called malta fever, which, it is thought, he contracted when caring for diseased cattle while the skin was broken by a cut on one of his hands. Alphonse Lenslng returned last from Rochester, where ___. a week going through the Mayo alinic. He was advised by the doctors that his lungs are now fairly clear and that it will take only time to wea ing effects of furnace gas he haled November 1 in Akre gr.ocery.j. in the ---- The character and amount of security to be submitted by bidders is stated in the proposed contract documents. No bidder-may withdraw his bid for at least thirty days after the scheduled closing time for the receipt of bids. •By virtue of statutory authority, a preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa. After the bids are opened ant examined by the Board of Supervisors, said Board may by resolu tion declare who is the lowest bid der, and may defer the award of said contract .pending necessary details. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any er all bids received and to waive informalities in bids. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 21st SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JULY 18-17 Better than "Four Daughters" Same cast! PRISCILLA, ROSEMARY, LOLA LAUE JOHN GARFIELD CLAUDE RAINS MAY ROBSON FA.Y BAINTER FRANK McHUGH —in— "DAUGHTERS COURAGEOUS" in- day of June, 1939. By order of the Board of Supervisors of County of Kossuth, State of Iowa. (Signed) E. S. KINSEY, 41-43 . County Auditor. HOW. WHAT Will I DO WITH IT? REPORT OF CONDITION OF Iowa State Bank the close of business on June 30, 1939. Section 9231, Code of Iowa. . ASSETS , ' and ..'discounts (including $83.32 direct Our Vault is steel lined and electrically protected. A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX costs but a few cents a month. Iowa State Bank ALGONA Safe — Accommodating. 4595 - 0(> 5. tocta (including $3,0.00 r7e balance, and cash items in 7. 12 . of Fed- col- and fixtures $5,029.36 TOTAL ASSETS IIABI1ITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnersnips, . and corporations ------------------ ""rT""""""^ ' 14 Time deposits of individuals, partnersmps, and If you had the only telephone, it wouldn'tbe of much use to you. You couldn't telephone anyone—noone could telephone you. What would you have to do to make it useful? One of the first things would be to make more telephones—so other people would have them.You would need to arrange to get the materials that go into the telephone, a factory and workmen to make telephones. Also, you would have to . have wires to connect the telephones and some arrangement for connecting the wires for you couldn't run wires from each telephone to every other telephone. If you were going to furnish service over as many as 16,000,000 telephones(that's about die number in the Bell System now) you would need about 300,000 men and women to do all the kinds of telephone work—operators, linemen, engineers, repairmen, clerks, testboardmen, accountants and many others. FOOD STORES h$5ffihtf«*5S Wptts, 5 offcerB' checks, Qg etC.) -—, ---- _— —r ---- .------——--- • ;_ TOTAL, DEPORTS „.,-—————-— ,-*1.601,750.70 K CAPITA1 ACCOCT't 29. TOT4L 3,6. CAPITAL ACCOIDINTS ..-„-—--— ' 129;306.09 to the best of TQTA1L COUNTS *This bank's -capital consists of common stock with total par value of mow. . " ' I, H. L, Gilmore, Cashier, of tfce above-named bank, do solemnly sweayfiat the above ete, my knowledge and belief. \ ",-'••• U, L. GILMORE,. R. H. MliUUEB, Correct—Attest: JOHN FRANKS, • _ . . j. x. smmm 9wori» tp a$4 subscribed bejtor* me this 6tn d,»y of TUBS-WED., JULY 11-12 Bargain of the season! JANET GAYNOB FREDERIC MARCH MAY ROBSON ADOLPH MENJOU ANDY DEVINE —in,— «A STAR IS BORN" (Re-Issue) Second Feature G. EDGAR HOOVER'S COYER DOCTOR" LLOYD NOLAN He said to build ( telephone building here. You would need the factory workmen to make telephone equipment. Also, you would want research men who would find ways to improve service and keep down its cost. For all this, you would need capable management. When you had arranged for all the things you would need to provide the kind of telephone service the public would want, you probably would have an organization not much different from the Bell System—for it is set up the way it is in order to meet the public's needs for tele- phqne service. THUBS. THRU SATURDAY July 1845 Musical western BOY ROGERS — in— ' ^SOUTHWARD HO" Plus Breezy, zippy, hilarious , comedy drama JUNE LANG iSpROFII* *FOR LOVE 0* You would need a telephone building with equipment in it to connect the wires—and people to look after the equipment and keep it working, Unless you had a lot of money you would be running short by this time. You would have to find people who would have confidence • in you and be willing to lend you money. And* of course, you would have to satisfy them with arrangement! to keep it safe and pay for die use of it. In operating the telephone system, you would need a policy which would take into account the providing of the best possible service to your customers and include fairness to telephone workers an4 to die people who had furnished you the money. Perhapsyour policy would be something like ours, which, is: TO fMMPI «T M4. ^Pl^MpMp AT TO? IOWWT

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