Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1930 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 18, 1930
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imn is. HI if/altf* help yon j«ieet Ms fa- _ t6ri(e hrnnd fci. , he'll on re a box his favorite smokes and have no 'doubt that his light is genuine. He could- t be otherwise than pleas- It! with something so useful i him. And we have them— [whether cigars, cigarettes, i favorite brand of tobacco, |it humidors — all neatly [wrapped In holiday wrapping L*nd many other useful hid delightful gifts for the limoker. You and he both will be disappointed if you fall to see our line. CIGARS I We have a very com- A plete line of fresh ci- : j£ gars. Our holiday boxes are. attractive in neat special wrappings. We have his particular brand. In_boxes of 5 at 25c up to boxes of 100. — •••• ^^! LOCALS KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA ! f.m PAC Cleorg'e filbert was 111 home home of last week with an attack of flu. Tony Oocders spent Monday at Waterloo, attending a district meet- York Life ropresenUi- New ho How about a LIGHTER I H<.''11 use n cigar or cigarette Lighter a dozen times every day Not expensive either Ask to see them of lives. Mrs. Chester Fitch, Gordon .will spend the holidays with riKMHH, Mr. and Mrs. jolin :-„..,. strom. William Cliff comos homo for iho holidays next week Wednesday, Ho •Is n. freshman at the University ,,f Chicago. Joscnhlne Murtagh, freshman at Stevens college, Columbia, j| ()-i comes home for the holidays this week-end. Hmlle Weller, Reinbeck, spent the week-end here, a guest of Mrs. K. C. Dickinson. She is a former Algona teacher. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lindsay expect to spend Christmas at Patnn, near Fort Dodge, with their'-, .daughter, Mrs. Fred Bunker. Loraine Tlerney Is expected tomorrow for the holidays. She Is a student at the University of'taCom- merce, Des Molnes. Mrs. Susie Engler went to Chicago last night to spend several months with her daughter Edna, employed In the city. The Dr. W. n. Lairds,.Sioux Falls, S. D., are expected to spend Christmas with Mrs. Lalrd'e parents,, Mr and Mrs, Jos. Cosgrove. J ,. •" Mrs. E. ,T. Kelley, Mason City/formerly Gertrude SherldahT spent Saturday afternoon here, shopping and calling on friends. The Victor Lowes go to Hamilton next week Wednesday to spend Christmas with Mrs. Lowe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Schroyer. • '^ '• • Crelghton university, Omaha, students expected home tomorrow , Include John Mangan, Mark.-Stantori, Bernard Frankl, and Jos. Sheppard. Jack Hilton, Kyle Keith," and Arthur jfordstrom will spend .the holidays at home. They are students at Coe college, Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Horace Hamilton, Minneapolis, Is expected n'ext week Wednesday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hoi-l- gan. Dr. A. L. Rist expects his son Lewis and the tatter's family this week-end for the holidays. Lewis is schools superintendent at Wlnfred, S. D. . ,,'-'* Al Falkenhainer was a patient at the Algona Hospital from last week suf- mns with Mm. Counsell and Mt% ™>« cw <il''s mother, Mrs. Chas. .Rose- ,S.idl e Jane Olson, Chicago, arrived yesterday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. s. L. Olson, of Cresco town- Olson travels out of the a woman's ready-to-wear Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Bonham go to Karlham, Saturday to visit till after the holidays with the former's parents. Aubrey Is physical educa- Rlilp, city for bouse. and her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse. Mr. Miller is athletic coach In high school. Mrs. Miller, Who has been with rier parents since they Lu Verne, moved to Algona from will go home with her , husbnnd after the holidays. Ml ' and Mrs. Tony Goeders gr., tion coach In the public schools. The couple have Mrs. Leila Donnell's residence. In a small advertisement on another page n Christmas night dance :it the Odd Fellows hall to music by Menko's Harmony Bank Is announced. This date is in error. The, correct date Is Friday night, December 20. .Tennle Cooney, grand regent of the Catholic Daughters, also district deputy, spent last Thursday at Britt, where she helped Initiate new members. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams accompanied her and called on Britt friends. Margaret Lawless, Chicago, went homo last Thursday several days with night, after her cousins, Katherlne and Jennie Cooney. She Is a registered nurse employed at Mercy hospital, but had been at Rochester a week. Sheriff and Mrs. L. E. Hovey, their baby son, and County Attorney and Mrs. G. D. Shumway went who are wintering at Long Beach, have had an accident in their new Dodge, In -which they drove to California. Details are not known here, but both Mr. and Mrs. Goeders suffered cuts from broken glass nnrt the car was slightly damaged, They left here November 9 and ex I'ect lo return in the spring. Marriage licenses were issuet last week to Harold N. Olson, 21 Beresfnrd, S. D., Selma M. Apple gate, 21, Corwlth; R. E. Miller, 27 Allicrtlia Margaret Adams, 20, both of Buffalo Center; Alfred Schmidt 23, Lone Rock, Lena Dr'dyer 10, Fen ton; Roy Nutt, 30, Hose Prochnlak 20, Fairmont; Archie Voight, 34 Euphemla Tletz, 31, both of Wes Bend. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McGruder Lawrenceburg, Ky., and the! daughter Patricia Ann are expected next week for a visit during the holidays with, Mrs. McGruder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Malone, and sister, Mrs. G. B. Turner. Mr. McGruder Is employed by the state as civil engineer. His parents live at Britt, and the McGruders will also visit them. County Agent Morrison and Al rith her daughter, Mrs. Frank Mtsworth, near Irvlngton, went ome with Her son Frank, and will pend the winter with them. Dr. and Mrs. Hector Janse and heir baby daughter left yesterday n their car for Houston, Tex., where hey will make their home. Doctor ranse is the son of Dr. and Mrs. y , V. Jahse, who moved here this 'all from Lu Verne, and Hector s a specialist In car, nose, and ;hroat. The fnmily had lived at St. Louis two years, and the doctor worked there with Doctor Dean, well known former head of the Iowa state university medical college Before going to ^t. Louis he was at Detroit two years'. Vincent T. Scharlach, Oklahoma City, Okla., ie spending his Christmas vacation at the parental C. C; Scharlach home, fie is architectural engineer for a construction company at Oklahoma City. Build- Ing is active there now, and his company Is building a 23-story hotel, besides numerous other build- Ings. Edna Scharlach came with her brother, after an extended visit at Oklahoma City. William Scharlach Is also here, from New Orleans, where he has graduated from a wireless school. H« le now a licensed operator. Nearly 100 teeth were extracted by. Dr. A. t). Adams fdr charity pa* tlents Tuesday. The patiente canrie from all over the county, sent by Mrs. 'Elinor T. Button, county welfare worker. Doctor Adams had offered to make the extractions free while he was trying out a new anaesthetic gas machine. Thia proved satisfactory and he has now purchased It, tfhe machine uses Alkoform,' a gas which kills' pain, but leaves the patient conscious. There are no after-effects or pains with the use of the gas. When teeth have been extracted the patient leaves the office without aid and floes not even feel weak. The machine Is manufactured at Kansas City, and wft» demoti ^ t Beulah gohti«nftftmp, vet a registered Mr66, -Who 1 1 Doctor Adame. Gathering R. N., a graduate oil the School Jw Nursing at iowd, City,' assisted with anaesthetics Tuesday,' arid '*1H tlnue to serve aa anaesthetist. TIAE SERVICE CO ',' r, *v j Wednesday night till Sunday, fering- from hemorrhages of the nose. Mrs. C. A. Momyer returned last Thursday from Chicago, where she had spent five weeks with her daughters, Sirs. C. E. Colt and Max- Ine Momyer. Elizabeth Webster, senior at Simpson college, Indianola, comes to Des Molnes Tuesday morning to attend a sheriffs and county attorneys' convention. They are expected home tomorrow. lone Mlddleton, Washington, D. , arrived Monday for a visit till after the holidays with her sister, Mrs. N. C. Rice. Mre. Rice went to Eagle Grove Sunday, and brought her sister up Monday. lone had visited brothers at Eagle Grove. •• Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schmidt, of the Good Hope neighborhood, stopped at Mr. and Mrs. Howard Low- m'an's here last Thursday, en route to Shenandoah for a honeymoon trip. Mrs. Schmidt is the youngest daughter of Mre. Minnie Dreyer, Fenton. Adel Herbst, Indio. Calif., Is expected Saturday for a week with her brother Joel. She teaches home economics in the Indio high school. This will be the first Christmas she has spent here in years. She will also visit her brother Theodore at lartley. Friends of Irene Taylor, Mankato vlll be Interested to learn that her ather died of heart disease a week ago Friday. Burial services took Mace a week ago Monday at Man- <ato. Miss Taylor lived here many years, and was bookkeeper at the Goeders store. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore 'Johnson entertained Sunday Mr. and , Mrs. 3enry Miller and son Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Price and daughter Bloom were Rotary speakers Monday noon. Mr. Morrison told of the soils work which won his recent trip to Washington, D. C., and Mr. Bloom gave an intensely interesting autobiographical sketch in which he told of his early life In Russia, and the difficulties he met with in getting out of that country to come to America. At this meeting Victor Lowe was introduced as the club's 52nd active member. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harness ani son George, Walworth, Wis., wen home Tuesday after two days with relatives here. Mrs. Harness Is th< daughter of Mrs. Nancy A. Thack eray, who suffered a stroke three weeks ago. Mrs. Thackeray Is a the home of another daughter, Mrs H. L. Turner. Mrs. Mary Harness who has been making her horn Any of these g»t» would he welcomed by the smoker In' humidors' or tins. -j CHEWING TOBACCO TOBACCO POUCHE8 CIGARETTE HOLDERS CIGAR HOLDERS CIGARETTE CASES CIGAR CASES ASH TRAYS of all kinds . AND afASY OTHERS You must see our line to I fully appreciate it. home this week-end for the holidays with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs F. H. Webster. Perry White, student at Cornel college, Mt. Vernon, comes.home tomorrow for the holidays. He ..has gained state-wide fame for his foot ball playing this year for'Qbrheil.';; Among Morningside colleg-e, Sioux City, students who will spend th holidays with their parents ar Vashti and Ruth Hulse,, Lucl5 /e; ..Ma. lueg, Dorothy Sellstrom,'•[Ruth Ml ler. ' .' •Bern'ice Stock,' -physical teacher In the schools of . Eagl Grove, is expected Saturday, .for.-.a two weeks vacation. She- is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. , •-..--. Supt. and Mrs. J. F. - Overmyer will go to Mason City tomorrow to meet their daughter June Adele who is to spend a week here. She In the Oskaloosa NEW SUCCESS! SEW JOYS! FOR THE YEARS TO COME V17E pray that Christmas will bring you new " successes, new friendships, new joys for the New Year. Kohlhaas Bros. —SEE THE NEW CHEVROLET SIX— The "Dependon" Store The joyous holiday season is with us again. We are glad and thankful for the good old custom of exchanging cheery greetings and best wishes with all. We cherish our many patrons and other friends and strive to do the things that will merit their confidence for years to come. So here's a merry, merry Christmas and ft New Year full of health, happiness and prosperity! Yours truly, THOS. AKRE ,w § ^ Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Johnson,' all of Mason City, and Mr. and Sire. Clayton Johnson and son Junior, West Bend. I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, students who will arrive for the holidays this week-end are; Catherine Van Ness, Drusilla Caughlin, Mildred DeGraw, Margaret Blossom, Edith Bates', Marion Rising, Delia Frankl, Elaine Martinek, Harley Troutman, and Elwood Norton. .: The , Melvin Kerns, Bancroft, spent last Thursday., with Mrs. .-Kern's, parents; Mr. ana Mrs. Howard Ldwm'an.' Mr. Kern's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kern, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.. Philip Weisbrod, all of Fenton, were also guests of the Lowmans. Superintendent and Mrs; . J. Overmyer took Grace M. Miller, school music teacher,, to Mason City Sunday, and she caught a train CIGAR Eli FES You can't Iliid a nioro satisfactory gift than a carton of cfearetteB In neat holiday boxes, or In tins. If you have decided on a pipe for him do pot fa *jJ£J > g* 5P? 1 * ine selection of the latest teaches French high school. , Patricia, little daughter of: Mr; and Mrs. Ben F. Hynds, has scarlet fe ver In light form. Mr. Hynds la.no in quarantine. Katherlne Kain at the radio shop, substituting' fo Mrs. Hynds. Frances Zender, freshman at S Teresa's college, Wlnona,; Minn., expected tomorrow night. The F. C. Zenders expect to drive to Mason City to meet her. She will- return to Winona January 5. .>.". ,:. •'.'. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Whitney, -of Fond du Lac, Wis., and their /baby F. •here fdr Oskaloosa, where ehe sang in the annual Christmas cantata of Penn college, Sunday. Miss Miller is a graduate of Penn college. She returned Sunday evening. , lone Lease, who teaches music at Britt is expected Saturday for the holidays. Howard Lease, who teaches at Schlesweg, is also expected this week-end for the holidays. They are children of Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Lease, Howard teaches mathematics, physics, iband, and also coaches debate, The junior depaHment " and makes. We have any- , . daughter Jean Blair are expected Sunday for a visit till after the holi- daye with Mrs. Whitney's;- :jn°th.er, Mrs. E. C. Dickinson. ,..:.;. ••:•;. Mrs Mary Smith, who has; spent several weeks with the-H. B. Rlste and Mrs. Hortense Ferguson; leaves thing and everything in pipes. . Saturday for Chicago to visit- a Humlong Smith. She is a daughter of the late. Lewis H. Smi^h. •:: Mrs F A. Wanzer, Danbury, Conn.,' is expected Christmas morning for a visit with her parents, Mr. ton. She '^as of the MeVhodis"t"iunday' school will have a Christmas party in the Sunday school rooms next Tuesday evening o'clock. Christmas treats will iren The primary department win have a party in the basement in the afternoon of the same day. Spec invitations have been extended college, Ames, will dls- at 7 be given ia Pipes OF THESE FINE VIVES BAtfGE FROM 50c UP Look them over. She -; dean.'' of and Mrs. F. S. Norton. Eleanor Norton, and is women in the Danbury n.gn s~ Mrs H W. Heldke, Kansas City, came Tuesday evening to spend the holidays with her parents, Mivajaa Mrs A L Webster. She was ac Lewis Ferguson, and Sadie and Lu B1 ' 'Miller, Oklahoma City SV.V »'"•",'."; !""v' He's probably ex pectin? a ne-yv one lor Christmas Is the reason he still , hangs goto the o!4 one, And yon should nee onr most wonderful line of the latest la •pipes, >No better assortment to • be found anywhere. W *• ty* SJen I the rho»t like- find them » op 6-, , .JKHMNML. >ran$'frol* Special New York Purchase ^B ' * •- — and — HOLIDAY OFFERING • y .'1; Beautiful-New Creations in— Dresses for all Occasions MATERIALS Flat Crepes! lovely Chiffons! Border and Floral Prints! lace Combination**' The Bert Value* Haj/rShade Fashions /or! daytime Informal and party wear! V; Your Holiday Party is not com j -----•-•-" ' ir m &}• > <-,f > : £* "i\^

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