Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1939 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 18, 1939
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*AGB Want Ads COBS FOR SAiLE.—Phone 25F2. 6p44 FOR SALiE—RED SOW with eight pigs ten days old.—ChaVles Gilbride, Algona. 13p44 FOR SALE—OREEN BEANS, 75c bu. at stand six miles west of Algona on 18. ' 14p44 WANTEiD—GOOD SET OF ROAD rings for McCormick - Deering 15-30.—Mike Bormann, Bode. 13p44 FOR SALE — LADIES' HIGHLY polished walnut desk. ?20. Ev- cellent condition.—Inquire at Ad vance. 13p44 DISTRI SWIM EPW *!•"*«! If* -If KOSSUTtt COUNT* ADVANCE. ALOOKA. IOWA JULY T WINS TOPS AT RTH CAMP E ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- iature album with each roll film developed and printed, 25c.—Lus- oy's. 14(2)27tf WANTED—CLERK OR STENO- graphical job by high school graduate. — Margaret Palmer 751-J. J.2g44 FOUND—HEIFER. OWNER CAN have by identifying and paying Tor care and ad.—C. F. Lowden, Al- -.;ona. 15p44 WOMAN WITH TWO CHILDREN, ages 5 and 10, wants work on farm as housekeeper.—Write "S," in care Advance. 17p44-4G V NEW WELL DRILLING MA- chine in your locality. Drilling my size wells. — Guy Beemer, nhone 102 Lakota. 12p37-50 WE HAVE 30,000 STARTED chicks on hand, one week to five weeks old. Drive to our hatchery for *ome of these chicks. — Welp's Hatchery. Bancroft. 2ou44 THE FALL TERM OF THE MAN- kato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn., will open Sept. 4. If you plan to attend a business college send for catalog. 25(2)44 •rUBSS WORK IS OUT! No Green "olonial Furnace is installed until ,-omplete heat-survey is made of 'he home by factory engineer. Then you're sure. — Laing & .Muckey. 44 WANTED—TWO MEN 1 , FREE TO travel en't'lre United States, ages 18 to 23. Must be neat appearing, high school graduates. Salary and expenses.—See Mr. Lloyd McKee, S to 9 p. m., Algona hotel. 34p44 PAINTING ESTIMATES — WE'LL gladly estimate cost of painting your home with Pittsburgh Sun- Proof Paint. Wears and wears! Covers and covers!—-F. S. Norton & Son. 44 BOYS AND GIRLS — GET YOUR parents, neighbors, to save Sar gent Feed gift coupons for you Good for bicycle, watch, othei .gifts. See us.—Anderson Grain & Coal Co. 44 ESTABLISH YOUR OWN MONU- ment agency. No capital or experience necessary. We train you, finance orders, and send advance profits.—Winona Monument Co., Winona, Minn. 24p44 A T T E N T ION POULTRYMEN— Birds for caponizing should not be over 10 weeks of age. If you want to raise capons come in and make definite appointment at once. —Swift & Co., Algona. 31u44-45 HOG FEEDING SHORT CUT— Sargent Minral Meat Meal fed with corn, fattens at much less cost. Get full information about money-back guarantee.—Anderson Grain & Coal Co. 44 MONEY FOR ALL PURPOSES— We make cash loans up to $300 on your automobile or furniture. All transactions handled quickly and confidentially.—C. H. Ostwin- \le, Heise bldg., Algona, phone 132. 28u43tf FOR SALE—80 ACRES, 14 FARM land, rest timber, clover, pas- 1 ure. BIdgs. on river in lake region, four miles north of Pine River, Minn. Write R. W. Hunt, Backus, Minn., or see H. 0. Hunt, Algona. 29p44 WANTED IMMEDIATELY — AM- bitious salesman, begin work at once, full time, good pay, one of 'argest, oldest nurseries middle wesl. Experience not necessary.— Harrison Nursing Co., York, Nebraska. 27p24-27 $1800 CASH AND 4M-% "RENT" will give you a well improved 'arm near Algona. Not a large amount of cash needed for possession of 120 acres NE of Algona with, set of buildings that make a good home.—L. C. Stuart, Clear Lake. 42p44-46 RASPBERRIES Save nionr-y by picking Hasp- bi'rnes on our "U-PJck-Em" pJiiu. Only 12c a pound. KigLt acres. Picking season beginning now to last of inonttu Wring boxes or pans. JAS. SHARP, Highway 18, 4}jj mi. E. of Einmetsbiirg. 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 HOW 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 storea 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 an,d fixtures and everything necessary to start business. We train you In our euc- eeaeful merchandising methods Wester* Auto Snpply C«.' KABJBM City, Mo. 32tf «tt(| QB»tr«i lit. Associate Store Division . The Algeria district again won high swimming honors at the Methodist' Epworth League conference last week at the Okobojis. The swimming meet, held,.Friday, gave the Algona distric.1.98 points; and Sioux City, 60; Fo,rt Dodge, 32. The district won the boys' relay swim. McMullin. Estherville, won in 50-yard frie style and under water: Roger Michel, Algonn, won on back stroke and placed third in free-style; Riiby Turner and Betty Geering won a "chicken" fight for girls; and Betty won the back stroke for girls. / There were some 025 young people registered at the camp, 450 girls: the rest, boys. Ruby Turner, known as a tennis shark, won first place in a girls' tennis tournament. Among Algdnians attending the 1 camp were Margaret Miller. Eleanor Thorpe, Ellen Johnson. Ardeen Baldwin. Marian McGuire, Donald McCorkle, and Jean Buth- nian. Dr. F. Earl Burgess came home Saturday evening, after the week there, and the rest of the group came Sunday afternoon and evening. REWRITES MARKETS HOGS Best light butch.. 180-320 Med..hvy.;, 220-240.1 . 1«,15 FORMER ST. JOE TEACHER PASSES AT EMMETSBURG St. Joe, July, It—^Relatives and Med.' hvy'., 240-270 ......... _$5.SOj friends here 'of Mrs. Tim Slafen, Med. hvyi, 270-300 ........... *5.40 j Rmmctsburp, received word of her « «Tt' hn^wnjJM ----- K'SJjUwith Friday. Funeral services Best light butch., 330-560 ---- $4.ii>, . ,. ., . , t a , ,.„_ Butchers. 360-400 ........... »U0' were hcld Monday. Mrs. Slaven Packing sows, 270-300 _______ $4,80; was a sister of Mrs. John Orlger, Packing sovrs. 300-380 ....... |4.65 • st, Joe, and many years ago taught Packing sows, 330-360 „ ..... *4.SO lruv . nl schoo , s , n thlg vlcinltyi she Packing sows, 360-400 ------- $4.25i Packing sows, 400-450 ______ *3.tM>j lm Packing sows. 450-500 ._ ..... $3.75 jren, CATTLE Canners and cutters ____ $3.00-4.00 Stock steers ____________ J6.00-7.00 Fat yearlings ___________ $7.00-8.00 Fat steers -------------- $7.00-8.00 Fat cows _______________ $4.50-5.50 Veal calves ....... ______ $5.00-7.00! a husband and several chlld- Bulls ....... . ..... _____ $5.00-6.00 No. 2 yellow corn No. 2 white corn 40c Old No. 3 white oats 18V6c New TCo. 3 white ,oats No. 2 rye — __ New _30c AT THE HURT Presbyterian church Wednesday evening at 8. o'clock Rachael, only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, was married by the Rev. J. M. Doms, pastor, to William F. Gildner, of Waterloo, in the presence of some 250 relatives and other guests. The bi-ide's cousin, Mary Elise, Ste. Genevieve. Mo., daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Clapsaddle, was maid of. honor, and bridesmaids were Darlene Stott, .Algona, and Mary Stuart Bagley, Audubon. Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McWhorter, was ring-nearer. Best man was Robert Peterson, of Council Bluffs, and ushers were Ross- Smith, Mason City, and Charles Hastings, Garner. Marilda Pratt, Burt gave violin solos preceding the ceremony, accompanied at the piano by Ruth Hodgson, of Burt, anil Erna Baars, Burt teacher, sang. A reception was held at the church, and the newlyweds then left for a week's cruise on the Great Lakes, after which they will live at Waterloo, where Mr. Gildner is a store manager. Both I are university graduates. ! A DISTRICT V. F. IV. conven-1 tion is dated for Algona Sunday,! .luly 30, and attendance of some | 300 persons is expected. The vet- j erans will meet at the fair grounds; the women, at the local V. F. W. hall. Attendance of state) officials is expected. Maurice Bar-, tholomew is commander of the lo-J cal post; Mrs. H. S. Montgomery,! president of the Auxiliary. Loren | Larson, Arthur Hagg, L. A. Weber, Fred Plumb, Wilbur Zeigler, and; Mr. Montgomery will help with lo-: cal arrangements. There will be! a banquet, and Mrs. Zeigler, Mrs. I Archie Haines, and Mrs. Frank I Green are the committee in charge' of preparation of food, with Mesdames R. H. Guderian, George Stewart, and John Stewart in charge of serving. Mrs. J. F. COOK, 70, died Wednesday at her daughter Mrs. M. L. Dutton's in Cresco township,! and funeral services were conduct-1 No. '2 yellow soy beans —55c EGGS Hennerys and extras 15c No. 1 13c No. 2 lOc Cash cream— No. 1 22c No. 2 . 21c Sweet 23c POULTRY Hens, under 4 Ibs. Sc Leghorn hens 8c Cocks, under 4% Ibs. 5c Cocks, over 4% Ibs. 6c Geese, live 6c Hens, 4 to 5 _. 10c Ducks, live, ,4% Ibs. —6c Ducks, live, under 4% Ibs. 5c Hens, over 5 Ibs. He Springs, 5 and over 15c Springs, 4 to 5 __.13c Springs, under 4 —. He Leghorn Springs He ed Friday by Dr. F. Earl Burgess, pastor, and the Rev. Allen H. Wood, Good Hope, at the Methodist church, with burial in Riverview. Her husband, known as "Cap" Cook, died a year ago. Mr. and Mrs. Cook celebrated their golden wedding in 1937. Other surviving children are G. R. Cook and Mrs. Henry Johannsen Jr., Algona, and Mrs. L., C. Schichtl, Staples, Minn. C. H. QSTWISKLE has been' installed as grand night of the local K. C. council, succeeding Dr. Kdrl Hoffman; M. C. McMahon, as deputy; John D. Deim, chancellor; Edw. Oapesius, recording secretary; G. P. Cullen, secretary; Arnold Elibert, advocate; L. O. McEnroe, warden; Gordon Kollasch, inside guard; Lauren Courtney, outside guard; Dr. R. J. Thissen, trustee; L. A. Winkel, financial secretary; John Bestenlehner, lecturer; the Rev. J. M. Mallinger, chaplain. MATILDA GKRMAXN, of Des Moines, and Eugene Hood, Algona, were married last week Monday at St. John's Catholic church, Des Moines, and the bride was attended by a sister, Mrs. Frank Bonder, Washington, D. C., while the bridegroom's brother "Bud" was best man. The bride's mother, Mrs. L. I H. Hood, was in attendance, also the bride's sister, Mrs. C. W. Con-1 ner, with whom Miss Germann hadj been living. The couple will live in a Scanlan aipartment here. ALGONA IS temporarily mayor- less. Mayor Misbach and Dr. R. M. Wallace are off for a Louisiana- Texas tour and will be away two weeks. They planned to call on Luther Fairbanks, Burt, nephew of Doctor Wallace assigned to an army air unit at Shreveport, La.; also on another Wallace nephew, Bernard Wallace, of Randolph llRininers Entertain Visitors— Mrs .Rose Koch, Lena Wls., and her son Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. John Steil, Algoua, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Odell, Denver, sons Robert and Walter, Mrs. Gwen Tierney playing, and also serves refreshments. Surprise Honors Birthday— A group of young people met at Mike Bormann's Sunday evening, and thence Went to the Caspar 11 Kohlhaas home ' to surprise the; Kohlhaas-son Wilfred on his 21st birthday anniversary. MRS. ACOC8T Swea City, died last week Sundayi after a short last sickness. Intestinal. abstrtfctton required fth.op- eration, which-, was performed jit a Mankato hosphal. She was FlOr^ ence Kelly and'tas born lo Harrison township. Her hUsband operates a garage. There are no chll" dren. Mother, New Baby, Home- Mrs. M, T. McGuire and her Infant daughter Mary Erma were brought home from the Kossuth hospital late last week. ^71 l<k*-£.^i B*- children were Friday evening visitors at William Hammer's. Klein Daughter Visits Here- Eleanor Klein, who had been ^employed at Wheaton, 111., ar- Vived via train at Algona Monday Pastor Takes a Vacation— The Rev. George Theobold and ThT'laS Caving a week's vacation. Othcr St. Joe NeSvs. for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Klein. Her sister. 1 Viola, who also Is employed at Wheaton, is at a Syracuse, Ind., lake for a two weeks vacation. Betty Ann Mertz returned Friday from a few clays with her grandmother, Mrs. Wagner, West I Bend. Mr. and Mrs. William Boldrldge are..having: a .visit .from .a, daugh- AV. A. White, Des Moines, came Sunday to visit the Boldridges and spend a little time at fishing. Robert and John Bode and Martin Eischen, near Algona spent Sunday with Edward Klein. Anna Kayser went to Algona Sunday evening to visit Mrs. Olaf Solberg. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bormann weeks. The hostess at each meet- j recently had water piped into the ing awards prizes for the best house. Bridge Clnb Has Party— The S. S. S. S. Bridge club met at Mrs. Charles Plathe's last week Tuesday. There are nine members, and they hold meetings every two ENAMEL T Field, San Antonio, where the weeks with her parents, Mr. and mayor once took aerial training. Mrs. John Mahoney. She is em- A PIGEON SHOW is scheduled ploy in the office of a department for Algona Saturday and Sunday, store in downtown Chicago* The Al, July 29-30, and a feature will he Faulkners returned to Chicago, two homing pigeon races, one here i Thursday, after a few days at the | to Ames, the other here to Des; Mahoney home, and Mrs. Win. Neu- Moines. The• pigeons in the race; roth, with her daughter Pauline, will he loosed in the business dis-! went with them to visit with an- trict here Saturday. The show will ,be held in the former First National bank building. MBS. HABRY 3IOOBE, nee Haggard, who was visiting here, left for her San Anfonio, Tex., home last week Sunday on receipt of news that her husband had suffered a heart attack. Mr. Moore once conducted' a drug store on the corner here where the First National bank building now stands. MABJORIE, daughter of Joseph Sherman, Bancroft, has been recommended by Senators Herring and Gillette to succeed Mrs. J. H. Sheridan as postmistress there. THE BEV. B.. P. BBONLEEWE, Swea City Baptist pastor, has resigned to enter Evangelistic work. City and County The county soil conservation office has received a card from Helen Dingley, now on vacation from the office. She was visiting the world's fair at San Francisco and said she expected to get home August 1 from with her sister her and western trip the latter's LONE ROCK NEWS An annual Mother's club children's picnic was held Wednesday at the local school grounds, with Mrs. V. V. Frye and Mrs. W. G. Flaig as hostesses. The next club meeting will be with Mrs. Eugene Tohnson, Mrs. Dick O'Donuell as* slsting. The Mite society met Thursday with Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. A. D. \ewbrough assisting. Mrs. Eugene family. Dorothy Mescher, of Bancroft, is substituting at the office. Mescher, who was graduated St. John's, Bancroft, in 1937, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mescher. Bernadine Mahoney returned to Chicago Sunday night, after two other daughter, Mrs. Howard Ferrigan. The Mamoneys spent Sunday at Spencer with Mr. Mahoney's sisters, Mrs. Roy Powell and Mrs. Ernest Peterson. 3frs. Dora Frascr, daughters Mary and Ruth, the girls' cousin, Mrs. O. S. Moore, all of Algona, and Mrs. Fraser's grandnieces, Carmilla and Maxine Fraser, Burt, left Monday for a month's tour in the west. They planned to drive to .the Black' Hills, Yellowstone Park, Salt Lake City, thence to Delta, Colo., where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson, who once lived near Algona, have farmed near Delta many years, and Mrs. Henderson is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Dora Fraser and a sister of Duncan Fraser, Algona. She was also a sister of the late Dr. Walter Fraser. , MRS. F. L. TEIBON has for sale: 1 good piano, $25; 1 tan and ivory six-hole kitchen range, in good condition, $16.50; small ice box, porcelain lined, $5; quarter sawed oak dining room table with six leaves, $4, buffet to' match, $4. Other furniture. Phone 386-W or call at 832 N. Thorium-ton. the maternal Mrs. Lillian Worthington's. Beulah Gladstone sipent Friday afternoon and evening with Frances Dahl, Swea City, and was accompanied by Agnes Olson, Bancroft. Mrs. Hattie Sprank, Mrs. Frank Householder, Mrs. Jim Ackarman, and Mrs. W. G. Flaig attended a county meeting of the Legion Aux- out-of-town guests. Thirty-five persons attended a - —' ---=• • — -o~"- tuuuij lueeuiiB 01 me i-<eglon AUX- Pearson Algona her chUdren, and Mliary at Swea City last week Loren Bram, Emmetsburg, were Tuesday. Lorene Bram, of Emmetsburg, spent from last week Tuesday till Saturday at the Rev. C. G. Sinning's. Mrs. Sinning is her sister. Fred Flaig attended a McCormick-Deering banquet at Mason City Wednesday. Krueeer ami attended a^ ^levaor man agers' and presidents' meeting at j the Hotel Warden, Fort Dodge, j Friday. The meeting related to the sealed corn project. offers for sale farms of all types .in almost every county in Iowa at .attractive prices. 25% cash re- nuired by March 1st.—Write W. F. Urenn, Fieldman, Plymouth, Iowa, or Harold Oldham, Iowa Sales Su- .pervisor, 4220 Beavercrest Drive, Des Moines. 50u44 niscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Verne Bolt, nee Helen Lewis, at Mrs. Carl Wiener's last week Tuesday. After games lunch was served by the bride's sister, Mrs. Wiener, and their mother, Mrs.! Prank Lewis, Whittemore. Out-of-l town guests were Mrs. Lorenz, near Algona, and Mrs. Clarence Enderson, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, son Jesse, and Maxine Flaig drove .- , to Ottosen Friday evening to call ,THE FIRST TRUST JOINT Stock on the Chester Almes. Doris i, Land Bank of Chicago owns and Blanchard, who had spent a week -- - - there, and Beverly Sones, who had spent the summer thus far there, came here wi(h the Lone Rockers. Luella Ackarman spent from last week Tuesday till Friday evening at Robert Ac-karman's, Burt. Mrs. Albert Thompson, of Bancroft, spent Friday at M. E. Blanchard's a,nd took home her daughter Dorma Jean, who had. been visiting there. The 4-H c\\ft> met Tuesday with! Catherine Mag Householder, and] plans were laid for the club's I county fair exhibit. Marian Jensen, Mary Ann Flaig, and Lucille Genrich were appointed committee for posters, pictures were taken. Mrs. Neeland, assistant leader, gave a talk or) table etiquette. Phyllis Seegebarth entertained a a birthday party at Mrs. Evelyn Baring's Thursday. It was her 12th birthday, Attending: Charlene Rath, Pajma Joy Olson, Helen Jensen, Ruth and Catherine Householder, Luellaj Bierle, Rose and Anita Luedtke. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprank, of Stewart, spenj; last week Monday night and Tuesday at Mrs. Hattie Sprank's. The]Spranks moved Friday into the Mrs. William Krause property. The Y: Y- Pryes spen.J, a. tew. days last week at B. B;" 'Frye's, Winder. •Edith Wort*Wpn, B. N.. GW- ca$o, arrived Friday for a visit at Bank Examiners Four Examiners—two from Federal Reserve System and two from State of Iowa Banking Department — examined our bank this week. These examinations are made for the protection of our depositors. Iowa State Bank ALGONA A Safe Bank RECTALDISEASES VARICOSE VEINS RUPTURE The majority of these conditions can be treated successfully by ambulant methods, which means that you suffer very little, if any, pain and do not have to go to bed. You can go on with your regular work, and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a week. You are Welcome to come in for an examination without charge. At that time I can explain in detail my method of treatment. S,W, MEYER, 0,0, fetta* m r w IARGHN1 SAVES MONEY FOR YOU WAYS 1'VIRY LOW PRICID 2.LONGMILIAGI,.,PIUSHIGHMANTI.KNO Try this new, improve;! motor St»n<JajrcJ Qjp| line, it offers tre- fucl—Sunolind g*$plio,e. If's ; mendou* v»lue for your BWO- stepped up in power »nd «>u- liuip dollw wherev.ej: you buy it, knock-^>/w Mf. Jx>«- Try it^get powei; perform- e»t priced gwohne JO the j}te«t " «STANDAI ILDfAURi* Gorgtout Colon I Enthtnting Tint*! I T'S so easy to beautify furniture and Woodwork with "61" Quick Drying Enamel. It quickly transforms shabby furniture into pieces of real beauty and usefulness. On new or old interior! wood and metal surfaces it products a rich, lustrous, water-resistant finish which will not crack, chip or peel. Dries in 4 hours. An almost unlimited choice of pleating color combinations can be obtained with the 16 beautiful colors. * COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY GO, 110 So. Dodge Street Phone 275, Algona coast,. VOU'tt ftET MORE Coast-to-Coast tires arc backed tire guarantee guarantee is given Stores' by the Safc.i most lib 4.50-21 4.75-19 5.00-19 5.25-17 r written, '"youinv $4.97 5.49 5.49 6.18 5.25-18 5.50-16 5.50-17 6.00-16 Joe Bloom W* Tomorrow— Bigelow Tailor-Made broadloom rugs to fit any room j in your house j^ ^ujnunnijr ^r BIGELOW WEAVERS *%€1^ *%&b*V •sW"* 0 ' $& :^-,r- 'tfV 1 'v',, .»-., W;-% Up to 101 sizes at "ready-to-wear" prices! For 9x12 Site

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