Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1939 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 22, 1939
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= «lch Wtd Full •*»•« ~ Mddrclt ftllh rinver, VKuum not 47e yfHEAT FLAKES 2 •«• I5 e i WHITE NAPHTHA '~T**" I<ia • • . 9 ibi. 25c CtfeANSINQ TISSUE FASTIDIA . . 200 ,, _J^ _ P*«- B FACIAL SOAP Woodbury^s 3 «"•* 25c SEXTON LAD IS GUEST OF M,C, GLOBE-GAZETTE Sexton; Aug. 21—Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahring, was one of the group of 77 carrier boys who were guests of the Mason City Globe-Gazette Thursday. The program began at 9:30 with a tour through the newspaper building and a swimming party at the Y. M C. A. building followed. There were also games. The boys, with their parents, tnen had a banquet at the Y M C V. building and visited the KGLo' •adio station. Busses took the boys to the fair grounds, where each boy was «iv- 11 tickets for rides and to conces- ions. They were taken to the' nindstand for the afternoon per-' ormance. I The boys were divided into! i-oups of 12, each group with a aptaln. A picture was taken in •ront of the Globe-Gazette build Floras io Church Celebration- Mr, and Mrs. John Flora, with i the daughter Mildred, attended a! 50th anniversary celebration of the' united Brethren church at Lovilla last week Sunday. Mr. Flora helped build the church, and they attended when the church was dedicated 50 years ago. After attending the celbration the Floras returned last week Tuesday, accompanied by Mrs. Alva Barnes, Dea Molnee, a sister of Mrs. Flora, and Mrs. George Butcher, Tuma, Colo., a sister-in-law of Mrs. Flora. KOSSttTM COttfrft ADVANCES. 'AlflOMA. JQWA ANYHOW THESIS SWEA CITYANS DID NOT LOSE THEIR SHIRTS bv th» a i.h; may have been founded had Mr * «'^ y * - thlnk8 S0mc 0( ^ innftbltants .had better -brush up on,, the- ten^commandments. '••. In a. stop there, on the way back from the east Rav nark- i£" 1? broUTv,* J 1 " •*****' '" hts 'SIPS*/ at nlss forzn ?! i?w teht| S °T thlef fel1 a vlctlm <° covelous- when l£v nn ,i M <llfferenc , e between "mine" and "thine," and fonnn "• «°«Mn«on, Kills Pehrson, returned to the - lts cont€nts ' a cnmera ' aml MARKETS had rata ollcem n tor K !ass open the d oor duty In the block, the thief locked car by breaking a ventlla- matter to reach lllsltle aml Jf'had'to w!V Ve ? " choos >'" ab °ut his loot, or else (more with i n n f seeing ? nt !; ance to tbe f^k compartment, that the lock had been tampered t0 ° k place whlle Ra >' and E lHs were on the last ™ e ks,tour which included a good deal of sight HOGS Best light butch., 180-200 »5.60 Med. hvy., 200-240 $6.80 Med. hvy., 240-270 -. ,-$5.40 .JMed. hvy., 270-300 .,-$5.10 Med. hvy., 300-330 .$5.00 Best light butch., 330-360 $4.80 Butchers, 360-400 ~_.$4\60 Packing sows, 270-330 $4.50 Packing sows, 330-360 $4.35 Packing sows, 360-400 —$4.20 Packing sows, 400-450 $3.85 Packing sows, 450-500 $3.70 CATTLE T-anners and cutters $2.75-3.75 Stock steers $6.50-7.50 Fat yearlings $7.00-7.50 Tat steers $7.00-7.50 ''at cows $4.00-5.00 Veal calves — $5.00-7.60 Bulls $5.00-6.50 JIM PEDLEY CALLS ON LOCAL James Pedley,'oldtfmer at Algo* i, arrived Sunday night;,"'"'"' «Js. P. CHKKRIKS, <. U can H'lolc .... AIRIIIOTS, • - + ft. 2}£> Ciln.S "Italian I'runes.wuter k. >'o. 10 can lOc A&P FOOD STORES • Kirschbauiii Infant Xlcce Dead- Mr, and Mrs. August Kirschbanm received word Thursday of the. death of their niece, Sharon Kay I twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo I Eisemnn, Britt. She was only three ' months old and died from a sudden sickness. Her parents were rushing her to a doctor, but she j (lied before they could reach him. Woden Pioneer Woman Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Martin Hinders, of Woden, with their children, called at Mrs. Dt-usilla Noble's Thursday. 1 hey brought word of the death Ihursday of Grandma Hinders 88 pioneer resident of Woden. Two Couples Home from Trip- Mr, and Mrs. George Olson Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bode got home Thursday from a fishing vacation in nothern Minnesota They reported that crops along the wav looked good. Doctors View Child Patient— Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lickteig took their daughter Patricia, who had been confined to her bed since May, to a heart specialist at Mason City one day last week. Fnrreil Mother Has Operation— Ony Fsrrell recently received word that his mother, a Mrs. Farre]], Whittemore, had had a major operation at Rochester. Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders attended the North Iowa fair at Mason City last week Sunday. Mrs. Henry Hawley and the latter's granddaughter, who were visiting at the Sanders home, came here with them. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahring, with, the son Donald, were Mason ! City fair visitors Thursday. Mrs. W. Z. Miller went with them, and all called at Bernard Miller's. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hanson and a Mrs. Loetcher, Phoenix, Ariz., attended the North Iowa fair a't Mason City last week Monday. Phyllis and Lois Fraser returned last week Tuesday from Mason City, where they had visited their sister, Mrs. Bernard Miller. Mrs. Bernard Miller, Mason City, formerly Sexton, was a winner in a Mystery Melody contest radioed from KG-LO recently. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bush, Algona, were supper guests at the Sim Bemis home last week Tues- day. Tommy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil!!" m G . ne ">*** been sick of late " '"• glandular trouble. iwrence Vogels, Ottumwa, w P"T lv . ed ! lesday for a vj s j t at «. C. Taylors. i The Henry Phipps family, Lov-' i £' S £? nt Wedne s<l«y evening at .John Flora's. I Mr and Mrs. G. J. Smith, Colo, 1 have been visiting Mrs. Catherine Jennett. The Leo Stevens, Fen ton. were supper guests at Arthur Olson's Friday. GRAIN i. 2 yellow corn 34c No. 2 white corn 42%c No. 3 white oats 23%c N°- 2 rye _. 31%c New No. 2 yellow soy beans -54%c EGGS Hennerys and extras 17c •No. t — 14 C No. 2 _ ___ 9C Cn'h cream— No. 1 23c No. 2 22c Sweet 24c POULTRY Hens, under 4 Ibs. 7c Leghorn hens - 7c Cocks, under 4% Ibs. —IIIIIIIlGc Cocks, over 4% Ibs. ""fie Geese, live _ gc Hens, 4 to 5 ---Illlllgc Ducks, live, 4% Ibs. IIIIl6c Ducks, live, under 4% Ibs. 5c Hens, over 5 Ibs. H C Springs, 5 and over , . I3c Springs, 4 and 5 He Springs .under 4 g c Leghorn Springs Igc short visit with the* C. -, and other old friends. The --, r ,. w =, who left here 29 years ago, after farming in this neighborhood for some years, now live retired.', at Irving, Dallas, Tex., suburb, The younger Pedley son, Charles, is an aviator flying a regular route between Dallas and Los Angeles, He owns aTiome and small ranch near Dallas. The elder son, Geq., well remembered .here, Is living In Arkansas, and the only daughter is, employed In Chicago. Mr. Ped^ ley's wife is at present at Clear Lake. The Pedleys flew from Dal-' las to Chicago in six hours. ' •>•'" Mr. Pedley planned to stay Mere Monday and last night, greeting old friends at the county fair. 'He will be at Eagle Grove today atid at Des Molnes the next few days. • Mr. Pedley, a widely known judge of horses, is judging- horses at Eagle Grove and the state fain He has judged at the Chicago In>- ternntlonal and many other big.ex- posltiphs. .• -. ,. • : '-,.-. Mr.' and : . Mrs. , Pedley . expect to UM&H \ ', << ' < ' < , . < ..Mr. and Mr«. Albert fcraefeer SVHUam Draeger, Highland, wia ,ylth the Leonard ftraegei-g, Plum Creek, were callers Wodneaday at Frank Thompion's. Stuart Thomni. son, spent a couple of weeks this summer with the Wisconsin Drae- '£ers. . Lloyd Gross "combined" flax for Chester Bailey Friday. Bernard Bode is a home now, af' ,ter having worked all summer for John Weydert, southwest of Algona. .The Union .M. & D. club is planning a contest 'party at Mrs, Glea Jenkinson's this week Thursday. It will be a wiener roast and will be informal. JJuests are requested to .dress for games and stunts. The losing side, with Mabel TJaden as .captain, has been divided into Program, contest, nu saxs^ , Louis Bode TIM daughter Knth«J 0n ' daughter Lur !"'„ - , this Tt'e'k v° rt ^>Cii S-S;p§i health, ami'',,!!'" 1 '" ^* , Llnool,, i jarl ««two «t the juc , e< , Ing a two e ra d i, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Elsenbarth, Beaver Dam, WIs., and Mr. and Mrs. Tony,Eisenbar.t.h,.of Morgan, MJnn., .were repent, v.lsitOrs at the Cody, win, ti, n Joier'S. Tuesday. St. BENEDICT Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Studer, John Arend, and George Ludwig motored.to Detroit Lakes, Minn, a few days ago, Mr. Arend to look after a farm there, which'he owns, the Studers and Mr. Ludwig to visit at Avon, Minn., where Mr Studer's sister, Mrs. Frank Immerfall, lives. A large number of people attended a music recital at the school hall last week Monday night given by pupils. of Marian Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer, with the daughter Lenora, took in COMFORT SNAP with MISBAGH CLOTHES POLO SHIRTS !<}eal for school wear 25c 95c Boy's LONGIE PANTS tfa-ve several of these k|ng - wearing items " $1.95 FOR SALE-SEED RYE.—Elmer Peter, 4% miles southwest of Ali gona. Ilp49 FOR SALE—McCORMI-CK-DEER- I .ing gas engine, practically new. —Inquire Advance. " I0p49 FOR SALE — LARGE CABINET Victrola and 70 records, $25.— Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Fen ton. 12p49 j WANTED—MARRIED MAN FOR farm work. House furnished — I Jay Budlong, Titonka, la. 10u49-50 LATEST PLAN HOME LOANS TO buy, remodel, build, and refinance. Interest and principal reducing monthly.^See Algona -Federal Savings & Loan Association, Algona. 23u49tf NAME OF PERSON'IS KNOWN who took Gladstone bag from car in Bancroft Wednesday evening August 16.' Leave or send bag to Bancroft Register office and no questions will be asked. 25p49 i ROOM FOR RENT IN MODERN home. Can furnish garage if wanted.—Phone 745-], Algona. 14g46 SWEATERS styles — save on cojj/ts and suits. Ideal for Fall wear. .39 2.95 SHIRTS Hp,ve enough at these | prices 49c 59c SCHOOL TIES Dress up and make a good appearance. Only BOYS' SOX 25c 'BEPABE FOB SCHOOL AT SBACH'S FREE ENLARGEMENT AND MIN- lature album with each roll film developed and printed, 25c.—Lus- ' 14(2) 27tf FOR SALE—TOMATOES, $1 bu. Catherine Jennett, 1% miles south of Sexton. — Catherine Jennett. 12p49 PEARL BUTTONS — THEY'RE made from American shell s by American labor. Approved by American Institute of Laundering Always lustrous and beautiful Tell the storeman, "I want Pearl Buttons." > 0 MONEY FOR ALL PURPOSES— We make cash loans up to $30 on your automobile or furniture All transactions handled quicklj and confidentially.—C. H. Ostwin kle.'Heise bldg., Algona, phoae o '- • 28u43tf MAN WANTED TO SUPPLY customers with famous Watkins products in Algona. No invest- -»•"««• mere are ment. Business established, earn- • stol ' ea in operation. average $25 weekly, pay starts v ~" — v OPPORTUNITY TO GO INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF in a Westers Anto Associate Store Western Auto Supply Company. argest and most successful in its me, 30 years in business, had a n fS« 0ll S? e ° f 36 mllllon " ollars n 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 iO.OOO. There are over 1000 such SPECIAL PRICES ON FOUR weeks old big type English White Leghorns, at ?8.90 per 100.—Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 18u49 A NEW WELL DRILLING MA- chine in your locality. Drilling any size wells. — Guy Beemer, Phone 102 Lakota. 22p37-50 FOR SALE — CUCUMBERS, ANY size Buy now. - C. F. Lauden, 6'/2 miles west of Algona on pave"•""* No - «. ]5p 49 i'OR SALE—WEALTHY APPLES and plums. — Godfrey Schultz, Phone 3816, 4 miles south Lone Rock-. J0 49 ,•=• "so -p-a weeKiy, pay starts • You c an become the owner and ™™»73 rlte J " R ' WAT. °pwator or a "Western Auto Aaso- COMPANY, D-64, Winona, \ cla ^ Store", for ae little as $2750 30p49|' n the smaller towns, which pays for merchandise and fixtures and everything necessary to start business. We train you in our «uc- OUR HEARTFELT THANKS TO all who extended comforting -^^v.v-vi \-*JUUlUl U1UK sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service floral offerings, and other kindnesses, we are deeply grateful.— Mrs. W. W. Baldwin, Harry Baldwin, Mrs. Malbel Bradbury. p49 , n our s cessful merchandising methods Western Auto Supply Co. Kansas City, Mo.' 32tf 2116 Central St. Associate Store Division Sister M. Marcelna to Blue Earth last week Tuesday to visit another sister of the women, Mrs. Albert Gonnann. The same St. Benedict Party were Wednesday guests at Dennis Carroll's, near Lu Verne. Donna Stuflick and Roslee Don- made a three day visit last 1 week at Mason City and attended the fair there. Maxlne Stuflick spent from Wednesday till Sunday with a friend there. ,Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lichter AI- Kona, Clarence Arndorfer, and \\hilma Arend had a vacation in northern Minnesota last week- Philip Immerfall has bought'the • *. Rahm house, and the Lichter crew from Algona is moving it to the Immerfall farm, west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stebritz, nMyweds, left Thursday for home at Cherokee, .where he is in government employ. CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR ' "Pall Parrott" 1 "Great Scott" Rationally known and na tionally recommended are these fine lines of chil <lren V shoes. Not high in price- but higrh in wear, style, fit, ami comfort, For the most delicate child's foot to the rough and ready boys, we hare the shoes and the sizes. High shoes, oxfords, and strap styles in « wide var ,. ety of colors and leathers. Experienced and trained fitting on each p«j r , priced $1.25 to $8.96. Smart But Simple Styles Are the Rule! CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT | THE neatly fitted, com- I fortable lines: the well [ cut, healthful fit -. those • [ are the essential advent- j ages mothers will find in i I the children's clothes we j carry. Outfit your boy and girl smartly. .;..' From one of the most extensive children's depart ments in North Iowa. Second Floor. A GIFT of a pair of socks to match any purchase over $2 ALL THIS WEEK. OWNER WILL CONSIDER CLEAR property in Algona as payment on a good Kossuth Co. farm.—L ' . Stuart, Clear I^ake. 21p47-49 FOR SALE—1935 2^DOOR CHEV- rolet in excellent condition Water heater. Very reasonable — Inquire Advance. ( g ) SPECIAL S, SHOWING <*! TAKE NO CHANCES — BEFORE vaccinating for cholera use Bby's Remedy for Necro. Costs only 2V£c per hog.—Lusby's Drug Store 48-3 G COPY —THS! AD- xa«cef office provides classified on all types pf saerch- Bervlce.— W> ertra oo*t WANTJ0D—WORK BY 15-YEAR- old boy during school year. Will take pait in room an-d board — George Bahr, phone 29F11] START ON TIME OR YOU WILL be left behind. To get in line attend Mankato' Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. Send for free cat- al °g' 23(2)49 HAVE YOU COLD ROOMS? ASK for service of Green Colonial factory engineer. Available without cost or obligation. — Laing & Muckey. 43 ATTENTION HOG FEEDERS! Now you can feed both mineral and protein balance from one sack Sargent Minral Meat Meal —Anderson Grain & Coal Co 49 SABGENT GIFTS, FREE—YOU'LL find one in every 100 Ib. bag of Sargent Feed. Many valuable Jirts, things you want Come in or Information.—Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Monday 6* Tuesday August 28-29 Kresenskys This Winter Enjoy the Comfort and Beauty of Cownie Furs Without Being Extravagant LOW EARLY SEASON PRICES $ S8 *78 50 *98 AND UP GIRLS 1 COTTONS from $1 to $1.98 Sailor dresses, bright stripes, gay plaids and 'pretty flower prints in a : variety o f becoming s styles. GIRLS' COATS BOYS WASH SUITS from $1 to $4.95 .91 from $5,95 to Fme ; woolens have been tailored into coats __ Uttle British and French |1| school girls wear. Sizes " 4 to 14. One and two piece in dark or pastel color combinations. Also, i broadcloth, shirts with twjll shorts. SWEATEES -I BLOUSES -_-W* *• KRESENSKrS

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