Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1930 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 18, 1930
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*>;,«•« 18, 1930. JCOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA ,.w*5,i'i ' irtfftfo PAW" pY**, WSet for GIFT BOOKS FOJl THE ENTIRE FAMILY ' Everybody reads—so why not a good book, only 75 cents * We have just received a fine new assortment. A complete line of magazines and newspapers at all times. can save you money on your iiingn/ine subscriptions. Let us send them In for you. T ALUMNI WILL BANQUET DECEMBER 30 Hurl, i'cn scl Tor Hi—Vk'combor 30 has the annual H. H. S. filumnl l);iiiqiiot at tho Presbyterian '•liuiT'li. I'Yirmer Snpl. 'Draper, now of Jofterson, has licon secured for »n mldresH, and plans are being laid In make this ycsir's hnmiuct ns suc- co.sstnl ,TH th OHO ot the past. Tho fulliwinff eommlUc'CK arc In charge: nnlfM-talnmcnl. — T-T. A. Thompson, Hnllna Clifton, Krtna Stnley, Neldu >)onl.lno; decorating—Ellen Schry- :r, Margaret Morness, Helen •hrncdnr, Wendell Patterson, RUH- 11 Chipmnn, Harold Hobs'on; re- eshments—Esther Hodgson, C. B. nlpman. E. E. Paino; booster com- Ittce—M. M. Chipman. The price IH been reduced to $1. Alg ona News Stand Located in The "Smoke Shop." Algona Flour & Feed Co. Special Cash Prices Bran, 100 Ibs. $ Shqrts, 100 Ibs. Flour Middlings, 100 Ibs. Alfalfa Meal, 100 Ibs . Rolled Oats, 100 Ibs. Pure 34 per cent Oilmeal, 100 Ibs. _ Swift's Tankage,'100 Ibs. __; Swift's Meat Scraps, 100 Ibs. Swift's Bone Meal, 100 Ibs Raven Pig Meal, 100 Ibs. __ Qattle Mineral, 100 Ibs. Complex Hog Mineral, 100 Ibs. -t Ful-0-Pep Egg Mash.100 Ibs 32 per cent Mash Maker, 100 Ibs Dried Buttermilk, 100 Ibs. Pure Oyster Shells, 100 Ibs. Medium Salt, 280 Ibs. Medium Salt, 100 Ibs. Stock Salt, 100 Ibs White Block Salt, 50 Ibs. Old Hickory Smoked Salt, 10 Ibs. iOccident Flour^ 49 Ibs. --Gooch's Best Flour, 49 Ibs..__Mother's Bread Flour, 49 Ibs. f Jersey Cream Flour, 49 Ibs. Pure Buckwheat Flour, 10 Ibs. Corn Meal, 10 Ibs. __i Wheat Graham, 10 Ibs. Whole Wheat, 10 Ibs. Rye Flour, 10 Ibs. Rye Graham, 10 Ibs. Gooch Pancake Flour, plain, 4 Ibs. :— Gooch Pancake Flour, buckwheat, 4 Ibs While they last, 2 Ib. carton Table Salt 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.25 3.00 2.60 3.50 4.00 3.25 3.00 2.75 2.75 3.25 3.50 8.00 1.15 3.25 1.15 .90 .50 .90 1.90 1.60 1.45 .1.35E. .65 .45 .50 ..50 .50' .50c .30 .35 .05 hut week Tuesday with Mrs. George rhool Plans Christmns Program— A. musical Christmas program by IB Hurt school will be given at the resbyterian church this week hursday evening. Tho program 111 consist of community singing, uslCi by the orchestra, boys' glee lub, girls' sextette, and a number f vocal and instrumental solos and ther special numbers. No admis- lon fee will be charged, as the pro- ram has been arranged merely for he enjoyment of the community \nd to give those participating ex- >erlence in public performance. Woman's Club Sleets Monday— The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. R. E. Timmel's; Mrs. Donald Weir, assisting hostess. The program was: roll call, Christmas verae; The Holy Land, Mrs. .T. E. Clifton; Review of Paplni's Life of Christ, Mrs. J. W. Dorrance; round table, Christmas Customs In Many Lands, led by Mrs. P. L. Ryerson. Orny. Dr. ,T. G. Clapsaddle returned last week Wednesday from a business trip to Dea Moines. The W. H. M. S. will meet Satur- iday at Mrs. M. .T. Ryerson's; Mrs. A. N. Jensen, assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow, Lakefield, Minn., visited from Sunday to Monday at F. O. Stow's. Mrs. Charles Scott had her tonsils removed at Dr. ,T. G. Clapsaddle's office Monday. The Wilfred Chafees were Sunday dinner guests at J. P. Larson's, near Sexton. The Home Guards met Saturday with their leader. Mrs. J. G. Sewlck; Caroline Carr, assisting hostess. Vera Chipman, Virginia Thaves, and Rachel Clapsaddle visited friends at Garner Sunday. A good-sized crowd attended a Methodist dinner and bazaar Friday Darwin Morness was sick early in the week. Mrs. John Murray is sick abed charge, and a social time, with the exchange of gifts, will follow. String" Popcorn for Troe The Evangelical young people will meet at Mrs. Ella Golhaus's this week Tuesday night to string popcorn to decorate a Christmas tree. Lunch will be served by the host- e«s. Aid Serves Big : Supper— The Evangelical Aid will serve chicken pie, oyster stew, pie, doughnuts, and coffee nt the Methodist church this week Wednesday evening. They will also sell fancywork. Surprise for pTiul odiums— Fifty neighbors and relatives met at James Lloyd's and then Went to the Paul Gelhnus home to surprise Mrs. Oelhnus Saturday night, it being her birthday. Pastor Bnlcrtnins Young People- Last week Wednesday evening the Rev. Mr. Dammon was host to a group of 25 young people of his church at his rooms. An oyster stew was served. CITY WATER AUU VERNE FAILSJYHEH PIPE DROPS Lu Verne was without city water a week ngo Friday and Saturday, when a 120-ft. section of plp« In the city well dropped out o£ position ami caused the pump's lifting power to fail. A pUmp was brought from Mason City 'and installed"for temporary use after the pipe was put back into .position. The old pump had not been able to keep up with the demands and required extensive repairs, HO at a special meeting of the council last week night a new one was ordered. well and other equipment repaired when It Id installed mother in poor • Many other items not mentioned. A further discount in quantities. Algona Flour & Feed Co. PHONE NO. 257 PROTECTION FOR LIFE COME IN... let us show you the only Cream Separator you need never "trade m the Separator that need never go back to the factory for "re-balancing"' . . • the Separator backed by the strongest guarantee ever written for your protection, in addition to'the Self-Balancing Bowl, you will be delighted with the unusual construction that makes the Anker-Holth so easy to clean and so easy to turn. 0. E. 8. Officers Are Chosen— Officers were chosen last week Tuesday by Kossuth Chapter No. 201, O. E. S.: Mrs. F. L. Pratt, W. M.j H. V. Jones, W. P.; Mrs. Walter Klamp, A M.; Walter Klamp, A. P.; Mrs. J. A. Trainer, secretary; Mrs. C. H. Schraeder, treasurer; Mrs. C. W. Patterson, conductress; Mrs. E. E. Paine, assistant con- dus tress. Hard Times Party Success— A good-sized crowd attended a hard times dance at the Legion hall Friday night. John Rlppentrop, Titonka, and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf won prizes Cor the best costumes. The ilance was given under the auspices of the Legion Auxiliary. The Legion will have a dance this week Friday night. Santa Will Treat the Kiddies— Hurt business men last week Monday evening planned a Christmas celebration for this Saturday afternoon. A tree has been erected and a treat will be given to children under 12 years old. There will also be a program and a free matinee at the Beltone theater. Titonka Fanners to Lakota— Mrs. Elmer Klenltz and her son visited at the G. C. Allen and Gilford Holding homes last week. The Cienltzes are moving to Lakota. They have been living on a farm near Titonka. Grade Children In Program- Children in grades from three to six will give a Christmas program, 'Bob's Christmas -Bream," at the school this week Friday afternoon. Ellen Schryver and Myrtle Hanna are teachers. Musonic Officers 'Are Named— Kossuth lodge No. 540, A. F. & M, has elected the following officers for the coming year: B. W. Brooke, W M.' G. P. Hawcott, S. W.; M. O. Richards, J. W.; C. C. Smith, treasurer; and C. O.. Bailey, secretary. Hospital Patient Home Again— R A. Bleich went to Hampton Monday and brought home his wife, who had an operation at the Lutheran hospital there several weeks ago. Mrs. Lottie Wessel Honored— The Farm Bureau women met last week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. F L Ryerson's for a Christmas party. Mrs. Lottie Wessel, retiring H. D. A., was guest of honor. Children Enter 'V Hospital- Mrs. George Boettcher took hei two children to Iowa City Sunday, and the children entered the university hospital for treatment. Legion-Au? Joint Meeting— The Legion and Auxiliary hold a joint meeting this Wednesday evening. LEDYARD WINS AND LOSES IN 2 B, B, GAMES Ledyard, Dec. 1G — Swea City junior high and senior high baske ball teams played here Friday nigh The local junior boys won, 15-1 but the local seniors met their fir detent, 20-10. In the first half Lee yard was leading G-5, but in the second half the Swea City seniors consistently found the basket and made 15 points to Ledyard's four. Here is the box score: Ledyard— PG Greene ---- - ----------- 1 Warner ---- ........... 0 Brack ------- - ...... — 0 Osterman ------------- 2 Gable ----------------- 0 Barnes ---------------- 0 Totals ................ 3 Swea City— FG Swanson -------------- 1 Hanifan — ............. 1 Jenson ---------------- 3 Helmke -. ............. 2 McGregor ------------- 1 T. Hanifan ----- ...... -> FT F 4 FT I lay to be Given Tonight Th e Play planned by the band and orchestra will be given this week hursday night instead of Friday ght, December 19. Other Ledyard. Mrs. Yahnke and her children at-, n. ended dedication of a new Metho- < ' 1st church at Buffalo Center Sun- ! ay. The Rev. ,T. J. Share, Hum- olclt, spoke in the afternoon, and Doctor Lease In the evening The Methodist W. F. M. met with Irs. Edward Knoner last Thursday. Mrs. Mayer led the devotional moet- ng, and Mrs. Johnson led study of he lesson. The George Thompsons spent Sunday with the Masons at Lu Verne. Mrs. Thompson's and grandmother are both health. The Evangelical Aid met with I Mrs. August Knoner last week Wednesday. A large crowd attended. Mrs. AVeimer and "Bill," accompanied by Miss Williams, epent the week-end at Ackley and Waterloo. • Mrs. Hazel Carpenter, Granada, Minn., and her children spent Sunday at D. A. Carpenter's. The Rev. Mr. Dammon has a bad cold and has gone away for a week | to take treatment. Lola Wylam, Swea City, spent the 1 week-end here with her sister Barbara. The Misses Wylam, Jones, and I Quam spent Saturday at Fairmont. The George Moultons were dinner | guests at the Curtis home Sunday. Supt. Lauritzen and his wife spent | Sunday at L. G. Pool's, Algona. The Ed Halvorsons were Mi City callers Saturday. L. B. Defeats Fenton. Fenton, Dec. 1C — The -Lone Rock high school basket ball teams defeated the Fenton teams on the local floor Friday night. The Lone Rock boys won, iW-13, and the local girls lost, 24-18. Both games were fast. , OHHS after All For Men Brown Kid Romeo— Leather soles Brown Calf Romeo— Cushion soles Brown Calf Everett— Cushion .soles. Everett Felt Slippers— Leather soles Everett Felt Slippers- Soft leather soles_! $3.50 Lomeo— $3.00 Sverett— $3.00 Slippers— $1.75 Slippers— $1.25 Folks like to receive slippers for Christmas. They are always acceptable gifts for old and young. For Women 1 For Children \ D'Orsays Kid Slippers— All colors, with heels < Best-Ever Slippers— Soft leather soles Everett Pelt Slippers— Leather soles:.-_. Boudoir Slippers— Soles, and heels •— $2.75 Slippers— $1.65 Boys' Leathers- Cushion soles Boys' Felts— Soft soles $1.35 ers— $2.00 I I I I Misses' Leathers— Soft soles •Children's Felts- Soft soles :. 1 Felt Slippers — soles JSSiWSIWgiaSSWt^^ Youths' Felts- Soft soles jajjafeJStgs**^^ .00 $1.00 Totals Legion Has Hunt. West Bend Legionaires chose sides for a rabbit hunt last week Monday, and the losers entertained the winners at an oyster supper that night. Eighty-two cottontails and eight jackrabbits were bagged. Shoes will week Receives Fruit from Floniltt— Mrs. George Gray recently received a box of fruit from her mother at St. 'Cloud, Fla. _ Other Burt News. R Daniels recently bought the west Burt vacated by the rnson family .The house formerly belonged to G. J. F. Vogel. Mr. Daniels will occupy the house. E. O. and C. B. Chipman J. H. Graham, Last week Wednesday night Bancroft's junior high school boys and girls played basketball here, and our junior girls won 11-3, but the Ledyard boys lost, 12-8. This week Friday night the Lone Rock 'boys and girls will play here. Coach Cayou and a Livermore young woman were here to attend the games. Mr. Cayou will bring his team here sometime in January. Womacks Plan Louisiana Visit— The R. J. Womacks plan a trip to Grayson, La., to visit Mr. Womack's parents. It has been five years since he has been there, and this will be the first time his wife and children have ever visited there. Mr. Womack has been railway' agent here ten years. The Womacks will leave sometime this week If a relief man can be obtained. At this writ- ting all of the company's relief men are substituting elsewhere. Six Visit B. C. Leaguers- Last Thursday night James Logan, Kenneth Thompson, Othal Curtis, Gordon Jergenson, Grace Rink, and Mrs. Yahnke went to Buffalo Center to attend an Epworth League rally A dinner was served, then a program, followed by games. There were 150 young people in attendance. Santa Clans Next Wednesday-Last week Tuesday night the Bun- shine club met with Mrs, Beany. The women of this club have charge of the program to be given the Wednesday afternoon before Christmas. Santa Claus will appear with treats for all. This is in cooperation with the business men. .1! ,v ?* i-V L. house ANKER-HOLTH Cream Separator I Iut«rch« U |fe«bk> iw> Cumbers with the famous SELF-BALANCING BOWL 4 Cream delivered at of bowl, skim-milH notches. C. O. and Or. J. 4.. Bp- meeting at Lu Verne Monday evening. The Presbyterian Mite last week society meets this week Wednesday at the meeis a Longnecker, church, with Mrs. ^- /-<; " °v,- w Mrs. J- P- stow ' and M Schryver as hostesses. The Kev. and Mrs. L. Richman A F. Carter went A- at the Lutheran Crippled Girl Suffers Fall— Elaine Blome, who has been to Iowa City several times for treatment of an arm, slipped and fell down several steps a,t school lut Thursday. She was unable to catch hold of the railing, and so fell and bruised herself badly. Christinas Party is Given-The Methodist Aid and the worth'League will have a Christmas party in the church basement thai week Tuesday night. The League will have charge of the entertainment, and the Aid of the lunch. Pnrtv niveii for Faculty-— S*pt L^urLen and his wife will the rest of the faculty at dinner this week Tuesday evening. Mr. Granner will then take Chipman a'"* Bruce City visited How parents, Mr. and Jtfrs. B. 0 Sunday, , Esther Circle BECTAICUNIC AMBULANT PROCTOLOG* EVEN BEFORE BETHLEHEM The Gift ot Jewels Was Supreme Down through the centuries man's ultimate gift has always been expressed through the medium of precious jewels. Allow us to help make this a never-to-he forgotten Christmas. y HALLMARK WRIST WATCHES Wrist watches, leaders at BULOVA WRIST WATCHES 15-jewel from--— "~ • Ladies' ELGIN WRIST WATCHES $24.75 at from. $24.75 ELGIN STRAP GENTS' WATCHES $19.00 HAMILTON AND ILLINOIS The leading American Watches. Gents' Elgin Pocket Watches 12-size, 7 jewel in white nickel case __ 15-jewel regular $25.00, in white gold filled case $22.50 17-jewel at . $26.50 Fine Hamilton or Illinois watches, 17-jewel, $37.50 PEWTER , The finest quality sugar and creamers, at from $4.75 to 7.00 Coffee sets, trays, compotes, candle sticks. CAMEO KINGS In two and three colors, set in white gold at from $14.50 $35 . M -^.._.—» T -.M—«—•»—"—»—"~ CHICK COMPACTS $1.00 6.50 Genuine Rock Crystal NECK PIECES From $6" JP 1 UUl $22.50 Ladies' fancy STONE SET RINGS STERLING SILYER Win. and Mary Mary II Colfax Granada Chateau Theirry DIRECT FROM IMPORTER Theinexper ienced pur chaser of i diamond eng a g e ment ring shoulc consider the character '& rep utation of the dealei FINE DIAMOND RINGS at from $25 $700 Seth Thomas - , MANTEL JLTf» ELECTRIC CLOCKS $14.50 $60 Chimes and fancy kitchen clocks. Cameo Leather Hand Bags, Card Cases, Bill Folds and Key Cases, at from— $2.50 7.50 Genuine Steer hide. -•i . •ji.mn, " "" " " "•" "n" Cigaret Lighters Cigaret Cases Scarf Pins > Cuff Buttons SILVER PLATED The famous Silver,Seal Urex. , *__-. 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