Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1930 · Page 10
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* i \ *\j * 5 V v. V 4&.L J'\ ~v f r *iTf •* »i , T v > * ,-5^ ", ., r* V V* '^rVV 4 4 ' ^^ fcr * ' S r * ** ^•K?* 1 ^^ *• •* *' ™ * n '^ A' T S ( **"* ^s^A'w t&"' &7i*.<* Announcement I wish to niinoiincc that I hare installed an an- aesthetic machine, and have engaged Catherine Koran, It. N., to assist me as an anaesthet- ist, • A. D. Adams, D. D. S. Algona OFFICERS ARE ELECTED FOR SENECA'S AID feeneea, l>p. t6 — The Seneca Lutheran Aid hola its annual meeting at Mrs. Peter Thorsen's, Ring- tted, last \voolc Thursday. Officers were elected and reports, of the. lost year's work given. The officers are: Mrs. j. H. Jensen, president; Mrs. p. H. joiisnn, vice-president; Mrs. Melvin Norland, secretary; Mrs. Millen Jensen, treasurer; Mrs. John Osbojn, Mrs. Martin Wilbei'g, and Mm. S, o. Sande, decorating: com- hilltee. The members of this Aid, only 24 In number, earned approximately $500 as the result of various activities during the year, Knrewcl! for Mrs. Anderson— The retiring president of the Lutheran Aid, Mrs. Joseph Anderson Sr., was the subject of a farewell Bin-prise at the annual meeting of Ihe society at Mrs. Peter Thorsen's last Thursday. She was presented with n three-yard linen table cloth us a token of appreciation for the good work she had done In the Aid ever since she came to this community. Mrs. George Jensen gave a short presentation talk, and the Hev. s. O. S:in.1° made a few remarks. The Andersons will move to a farm east of Buffalo Center in •the spring. was etfeciMly decorated Hi green !JP **« c t e ^ pa P* r and * reen <*«• ales. Ruth Devlne was a guest ', she will soon be a 4*H member, officer* will be elected at the next meeting at the home at the leader January 8. A Joint meeting of the Garfleld and West Bend township Farm Bureau was held at the West Bend consolidated v schoolhouee Friday evening, December 5 to consider bot-fly eradication. Vergil Webster, Palo Alto county agent, spoke, and la. K. Morrison showed slides, Dr. P. O. Donveller, local veterinarian, and Doctor Woodward* Whlttemore, helped present the subject. The two arm Bureaus decided to take up .he- work. John Mersch was made chairman for Garfleld, and Clarence McCulIouffh for West Bond town- hip, ' . in caf . two brlde«VttUda blue and fu«t *nk rled large bouqueta 6f ow r o ses the flower tfrls we're dr<« Se d In pink crepe dresses attd carried baskets of assorted colored flowers After the ceremony dinner 'was served at the home of the bride's parents. After dinner- the- couple left for Story City to visit Mr. Peters' parents. They will be .at homo on a farm near Burt. SILVER GRAY CAFE FOR YOUR Christmas Dinner Good lunches served any time after the evening movie shows. Sonecans Ilenr Glee Club- Many Seneca people attended a musical entertainment at the Methodist church, Fenton, Saturday night, given by a. boys' Glee club from Morningside college. An out- .stanrtlng feature of the program was two selections played with a vloiin bow and n saw by one ot the Glee club members. Th e Glee club was making its annual tour and it entertained at Britt Friday night and at Emmetsburg Sunday night. Senccn Fanner Sells Out— A. large crowd of friends and neighbors attended the Clifford Gardner sale last Thursday, and ,'ood prices were realized. The best horse and co w sold for $102 and $57 respectively, and other property in ike degree. It is reported that Mr. Gardner plans to operate a dairy farm near Armstrong, and that his younger brother Clarence will farm the home Place and . live with his mother, Mrs. E. M. Gardner. Seneca Divides w ith" Whittemore— Two basketball games -were attended by a large crowd at the Seneca schoolhouse last week Tuesday night, when Whittemore de- tented Seneca's boys, 21*9, but the Seneca girls won, 19-15. The boys have lost only one other same since the season opened, and the girls have lost only one. The boys lost a previous game to Ledyard, and the girls to Whittemore. LEGION AUXILIARY MEET AT TITONKA DRAWSJOO WOMEN 'Tltonka, Dec. 10 — The Tltonka unit of the county L'eglon Auxiliary was hostess to the county organization .at a quarterly meeting Tuesday, December 9, a t the Methodist church here. Mrs. Frank Webster, Algona, county chairman presided. Eight of nine units responded to roll call, nearly one hundred women registering. A short program was given by Tltonka. Reading, Pink Ic e Cream, Evelyn Schultz; solos, Florence Reynolds; saxophone solos, Clarence Cooper accompanied by Gladys -Bogges. Each unit president gave a report of work done since the October meeting. These reports show a tremendous amount of good work "in rehabilitation; making- clothing quilting, and all forms of welfare work; sending magazines to Knox- v lie; chair covers, money and many other things. A carnival is to be held early in January at the Knoxville hospital for disabled veterans and donations are wanted. r Mrs. Madeline See, o£ Laurens, Tenth district committeewoman, save an address and a report of the recent Boston convention. Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City, state publicity chairman, explained the work of her department and appointed Mrs. sadle Denton, Titonka as Tenth district publicity chairman' An outstanding bit of work was that of the- Tltonka unit, which witl the help of the Legion boys, spon sored a Red Cross drive recently ind succeeded In* raising $202.85. Wesley extended a n invitation for the next meeting, which will be held in February. After adjourn ment a lunch was served in the church basement, which was decorated for the holiday season. Club Hns Chrlstmns Party— The Halcyon club met at Mr and Mrs. M. G. Norton's Friday evening for a covered-dish supper, Chrisf- mas carols by the club opened and closed the program, which consisted of songs and recitations by the children of members, who were guests of the club for the evening, W C Danson read a Christmas poem' which was folio-wed by a song "Painting the Clouds With. Sun shine," by Craig Fredericks. Do Ward gave a reading, "I Gotta G to School," and Curtis Ward rear "When Father Carves the Duck. Bruce Fredericks played a piano se lection, and Dorothy, Curtis, ant Don Ward sang two songs. Bob Dewel gave a reading, "Biff Perkins' Toboggan Slide." Then followed distribution of .gifts 'by Santa Claus, who was W. A. Dutton. The children were given bags of candy Teachers Hare Annual Party— The faculty held Its annual teachers' party In the domestic science dining rooms at the Bryant, building last week Wednesday evening. A G'30 dinner was served at tables decorated -with Christmas colors and tapers. Evergreen boughs, colored paper decorations, and a lighted Christmas tree comprised the room decorations. Guests exchanged "White Elephant" gifts- articles no longer of use to the. giver. Each guest also took a contribution for Antoinette Bonnstetter's Chrlstmn's basket. The evening W as spent at singing Chrlst- and beaded rrtas carols of »»....,,.. . a / veil and committee consisted 6t songet*. fifma PhttShfl, xx»i.! lc . TT «IJ son, Matilda Dalllnger, Mt*s JBonn- stetter. Bertha Godfrey, Nellie Benedict, and Aubrey Bonham. Club HII* Chrhtntftg Part}-— ••,' The Woman's olub gave a Christ* mns pnrty at the library SatiirdaV afternoon. The party cofftmitfel consisted of Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mrs, H. R Cowan and Mrs, L. J. Maluefj^ The party opened with Christinas carols led "by Mrs. A, 13, Michel Ruth Messenger gave a Chrlstmtta story; and A piny under Esthe'r Ful* ton's direction was given by :Richard Halpln and Robert , Turner., Santa Claus was present and there' wns a Chrlstmns tree. Each member- Ji-ought a gift which Is to he given ;o charity. A business meeting 1 fol- owed and new members voted Into .ho club are l Mesdames H. E. Rlst,' 3. P, Richardson, Alfred Jorgenson, W. S. Lee, and Chas. Taylor. . " Shower for Ettn Ellison— A shower In honor of Etta, daugh* tor of Frank Ellison, was given at Mrs. Henry Johannson Jr.'s Friday, with Mrs. J. C. Smith and Jessie Smith as assisting hostesses. Mlas Ellison, who has been bookkeeper at the Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory, leaves for Washington, D. C., Saturday, and will be married there Monday to Vernon, son of Barber and Mrs. S.- J. Stehle. Mr. Stehle Is playing 'the saxophone In the U. S. Naval band. . Entertains Former Britt Neighbors Mrs. Allen Raw entertained a rrqup of women from Britt at >rldge last week Monday night. Mrs. Raw formerly lived at Brltt, and the group she entertained be- ong to a club of which Mrs. Raw vas a member then. The high scores vere won 'by Roby Swanson and Isther Wallen. An'-Algona. guest vas Mrs. H. R. Perry. Lunch was , The ttttfjfcy Pafcilffie flatting club held U* s second dahcfe at,the K. of C. halii^ftrtdiij^htehtAWlth a taie- siKed crowd attending. The Harmony Kings, 61 Cherokee, played, sweet eldef was provided. The ne*t dance will be giverf at the K. of C, hall January B, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Ollniore are, chairmen ot a commit- afternoon , Co" T' 1 ' « u?d1 •ntei_tal nmoniA ^ ^U8n tt ., lln a Ing Chrl, tni sht <* tree, an CALL Tho Finest Sound Theater /o bo round Anywhere. HOLIDAY COURTESY FOR SALE: 10 HEAD OF OXFORD ewes. Harold V. Jones, Burit. lOu-14 Sunday matinees at 1 o'clock and 3 o'clock each Sunday during the Holiday period. Any seat' In the theater at 10-36c. Shows at 5-7-9 o'clock regular admission. "''comber 2( 10 ind i^ 10BETTA and Friday, J)ev. 18 & 10 Extra! Special Attraction! EL BRENDEL in "Just Imagine" 1980. fashions, love, and music as compared, to the present, 1930. Daily ma,tinees 2:30—prices/ 10-30c Saliirdnjv IT'S A Blr; NEW IHT 37, —and— HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL and appreciation to all our customers for their nice business of the past year. W _ I Cunningham & Lacy f-ricsi s^cjttt <o c/icnf c depending upon fluctuation* In iaht.lcia.le market price*. PRICE of FOOD Today These prices are provided by the Great Atlantic K Pacific Tea Company as a buying guide to housewives. Prices shown in the first column are in effect at A Bi P Food States December 19th and 20lh. Clirisrensons t o South Dakota-. The Roy Christensons are preparing to move to Aberdeen, S D where Roy is to work at a chick hatchery. Roy goes soon, but Mrs Christonson and the children will remain for a while to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Christensc-n was formerly Blanche Anderson. Valuable Hog i s Killed— William Osborn lost one of his best hogs recently. While he was gone the hogs rooted down a stick used to prop up a hayrack and it tipped over on one side, pinning the hog in question to the ground. Christmas Program at Church- Mrs. Fred Brown, Tilda Johannesen, and Ralph Jensen are coach- Ing. Sunday school children for a Christmas eve program at the Lutheran church. Wetk's Vacation for School— Seneca pupils a .nd teachers will have a week's vacation during the holidays, commencing: December 22 FARM BUREAO WOMEN PLAN SPRING JOBS By Eva W. Streit. Ida Tietz is Married- Ida, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs Frank Tietz, and Rudolph Peters, of Story City, were married Sunday morning at 111 o'clock at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church at Whittemore. Attendants were Clara Brunes, of near Fenton, Luella Huenhold, Edward Tietz, brother of bride, and Elmer Peters, Story City brother of the bridegroom. Dorene Kohlwes and Arlene Bast, of Al-' gona, were flower girls. The bride wore a white silk crepe CHRISTMAS WAPPI N€SS Greetings to all our friends-both old and new. May this Christmas prove the forward Kohlhaas Hardware Algona SPECIAL 8 O'Clock Coitee 31bs. 65c Price 1 Year Ago 3 poundi'BSc PRICES TODAY SWANS DOWN CAKE FLOUR...'. pkg. 25c Del Monte Sliced Pineai>i)le_2No.2H cans 49c Del Monte Sliced Pineapple. _2 No. 1 cans25c Del Monte Crushed Pineapple.2 No.2 cans 45c Del Monte Crushed Pineapple.2No. 1 cans 25c FOODS MOST IN DEMAND Folger'sCoffee... Ib. .,„ Brown Sugar. 4 jh s . 25c Christmas Hard Candy.. Jb 19c Soft Shelled Almonds .I.jb. 25c Del Monte Raisins, s«ddors«edksj pkj|. lOc PRICES i itu HI 25c 59c 30c 25c 53c 25c 19c 45c llVic 30c 50c CHAflCZ IN ruce * — lOc — 5c IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH .Saturday, December 20. CHANGE OF.PROGRAM! JOE COOK in ; the big thrill circus picture "RAIN OR.SHINE" 2 matinees, 1:30-3:30, prices 10-30c. TAKE NOTICE r AU ehllilreii of Kon*nth county plan to'bring: your dog- and Join tlic big- BOG' ^ABABJJ AT Hi3o SATURDAY MOniSTJiQ ' -in frbnt of the Call Theater. ?40 Jn Prizes.. Prize .No., a — The best all-around dog,-.ai.$15.00 wrist watch Prize Ntv 2—55.00 to the dog that comes nearest to resembling Rln Tin Tin, the star in "The - Lone Defender." J3..00 to the best trained dog. ?2.00 to the longest dog. ?2 ,to the shortest dog. $3.00 to the dog In parade from •ithe greatest distance. $2.00 to child from each town having the best all around dog In the parade from Burt, Bancroft Tltonka,. Wesley, Corwith, Lu Verne, West-Bend, Lone Rock Whittemore, Fenton, Rlngated Swea City. ' All dogs must be on a rope and controlled. Every child entering a dog will be admitted free to the 1:30 matinee, RICHARD CROM1VEH NOAH BEERY ., »« "Tol'ablo D arj( ,,, j Dmma action, rcu*. acllo , Talking Corned,- and . -Episode Xo. » Jf Rln Tin Tin in . "The lone Defender- mt_ ine great dog SC ria] .. Mat 'n«> attraction only. •> SPECIAL a THE !)()(; *W.OO IX HOLIDAY Sunday and Holiday matlncc8 3 o'clock at lo-Snc, any o'clock shows rector p Dally Trade Matinees to January 4 These Items could not be used on the Farm Bureau page in the second section of today's Advance. - 20c I — ~5c Mixed Nut s . ~ :;;;:;.jb. 211 Pumpkin 3 No. 2H cans 25c Canada Dry or Gliquot Club Ginger Ale 3 bottles 5Qc Sparkle Gelatin Dessert, alllflavors, 3-23c Eggs, Retail, doz. ... 19c Bananas 4 pounds . 28c * + Indlc.tc.loa.Mctapric« - Indlc.te A V Food Stores MIDDLE WtSTKgN DIVISION , .. AtUmica Wesley township women received their second Home Management lesson, given by Mrs. Wessel at Mrs. Olaf Funnemark's Friday, November 21; subject, The Use of Time In the Home. Mrs. Gordon Hansen" Buffalo township, and Mrs. Ross Bufftngton, of the Doan neighborhood, meet with the local women. Mrs. Funnemark gave the same lesson at her home Tuesday, Decembe 9, at n follow-up meeting, and thre women were in attendance. Th third lesson sounds like spring jus around the corner. The subject i Home Grounds Improvement, an the lesson for local leaders will b given at Mrs. Buffington's, a mil north of Doan church, this weel Friday. Wesley and -Buffalo women aro Invited. Mrs. Funnemark at tended the recent last meeting o the year in the interests of 4-H clu work at Burt. and in spite of a cold day which caused a frozen radiato she finally reached her destination Garfield women met with Mrs Bert Fuchsen Wednesday, Novem her 19, for the second lesson in Home Management, entitled Goals In Home Making, given in lecture form by Mrs. Wessel, H. D. A. Some authority has said that the average home-maker has 130o tasks, and the purpose of this lesson was to give ways to do them and still have leisure. Women from Whittemore, Fern Valley, and West Bend also attended th£ training school. The next meeting will be at the Mrs. B. B. Berninghaus home this week Wednesday, and the lesson will /be on Gardening and landscaping. The Lone Eagles, Riverdale 4-H girls, met at their leader Mrs. Russell Maxwell's Saturday, December 6, at 10 a. m. and selected a play for a program they will give soon. At noon they 1 went to their committeewoman, Mrs. J. M. Patterson's/ an4 assisted by Mrs. WJlilam Bojdrjdge she served a three-course Christmas dinner. Christmas carols were sung, and gifta were fpund concealed in an Improvised fireplace. Tj» e tafcle For Those Loose DOLLARS Sunday * Monday, December gi.j It's a great show! v Holiday Courtesy. 1 and 3 o'clock Sunday.- matinee* , any, aeat. In the theatre. 10-S5c, 5-7-9 o'clock shows regular prices. WIJ,L ROGERS in "Llghtnln* M • 1,000 LAVQHS , Monday trade matinee 2:30, 10-30c. Sunday and Momlny, l) w . ogjjjij Holiday C'oiirlcsj-. 1 and 3 o'clock Sunday matthees,. .lO-SSp any seat In the theatre^ 5-7-9 o clock shows regular prices. I MABLENE DETERICH The marvelous foreign beauty GARY COOPEfl in "Morocco" All of the top entertainments of the year. ' Tuesday and Wednesday, Dee, 98-84 Dally matlnee v 2:30. JOE BROWN and LAURA LEE in "Going Wild" You remember "Top Speed" -It's laughs and thrills. Tuesday and Wednesday, Dot, |Ml t Trade matinee 2:30 each day.' RICHARD BARTHELME88 in M Adlo8" It's one of the big road shorn (t*j the year.- "Where You Feel at Hone If you happen to fall heir to an unexpected "windfall" during the next fe w days - if you have some "loose dollars" jingling around in your purse-they ivlll do their duty at this store. Such beautiful, useful Christmas gifts as you may find at Chrischilles & Herbst's, gifts which carry the tender message of the Yuletide season, If you're in douM as to what to give HER, may we suggest purses, hose, underwear, handkerchiefs, »ov- elties, as well as the staples which carry with them the assurance of highest quality? Buy useful gifts with your *loo$e dollars" and bring joy into some lonesome heart, In this way, even spr, row may be transformed into happiness, Jfafce this Christmas a merry one! CHBI8TMAS DAY Hdllday Courtesy, and .3 o'clock matinees, 10-35c, •Wt in theater; 5-7-9 regular prices. ROGERS in *Alonj? Came Youth" NEW YEAH'S BAY , Thursday, Jnnnarr 1 Holiday Courte«r! 1 and 3 o'clock matinees, 10-35c anj seat In the theatre; 5-7-9 o'clock shows regular admission, IT'S NEW AND BIG! JOAN CRAWFORD j ' In "Paid" "Montana Moon" pleased nw. people than any one show/In a year, See .Us successor, with beautiful Joan Crawford. New Year's Ere, M'ed., 11:30 p. i A Midnight Show Join with ue in welcoming the •' New Yea^r. Friday, Januarj' 9 EXTRA. SPECIAL ATTRACTION «Part Time Wife" Jt'a a. great laugh show, laid on the golf links of a fashionable coun- I try club. IlllllUlllllllllllllJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIill^ APPHKOUTS3 your past year f nd, wteft »U suppprt CHBJSTJfAS »u4 » . GARAGE '' •i. s.«

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