Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 17, 1931 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 17, 1931
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,<•-* ii% 1681. elect it from and Line SMOKERS' ARTICLES nething he can tell ' W lth all sincerity appreciates, bee it will be truly U l to him. > Every in* our store Dg White, of flum Creek, town- fthlp, IB suffering from an attack of the flti, , . . . Treasurer ana Mrs. H. N. Kruse were Fairmont visitors Tuesday on business, ; . > Mrs. 8. .T.-Stehle went to Fenton' yesterday morning for a few days visit with the F. H. Elglers. Mrs..'Thoma-s Wagner n.nd,daiigh' ter Janice spent Sunday at Mason City where they visited friends. James Flack, of Wesley, underwent a surgical operation at the Kossuth hospital last week Wednesday. Mrs. Ernest Slnne, of Woden, underwent a surgical operation' for a tumor at the Kossuth hospital Monday. Mi', and Mrs. F. A. M.' Frost were Visited Sunday by the Dr.". F. L. Trlbons nnd the Maxwells, of Portman Helen Beatenlehner, Lllllo .'Blinkman, and Esther Lavrenz arc'aaslst- PAQB expected home tomorrow for the holidays. Bernlce Is a freshman at GrlnneU college, and Bob Is a law student at the state university. They are children of Mr. and Mrs T P Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller are parents of thely, first child, an eight- pound.girl born last Thursday, She has-been named Elizabeth Jean. Mrs Miller's .mother, Mrs. E. W. James, of Flint, Mich., Is here helping care for her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt are moving Into their new house on east Oak street Saturday. They have bee n occupying on e of ,T, T. Bohannon's residences on east Grove .The new house was recently completed by H. R, Cowan & Son. Opal Cronln, daughter of Mr. nnc Mrs. Bert Cronln, and who teache it Elmhurst, 111., will arrive horn next week Wednesday to visit tU after the holidays. Opal teaches th :hlrd grade In the schools at Elm hurst, and this Is her third yea there. M. P. Haggard made up Rotary at useful to the r, and ,at most r price. Let us help !make It a Joyous tot him. HIS FAVORITE BRAND can. be found here. He will be expecting a box of his fa- TorHen. Do not dliappolnt him. Cigars can be purchased here In boxes of 6 FOR -—«6c,; 10 FOR SOc 8S FOR -IfMS; 60 FOR—12.25 and on up, 'depending en the quality of the cigar and size •of box.:.-!: 100 BRANDS TO CHOOSE FROM Wrapped In Holiday , Wrapping igarettes lite Ills fa- brand of I In at* holiday cartons. [a bit with ijr present- iilmiiwlth a i of his fa- [cigarettes. Ing at the Graham store during the holiday rush. •..,..' Mr. 'and Mrs. C. S. Johnson returned from Minneapolis.lost Thursday night. They spent several days there on business. Mr. and Mrs. C. Herman Will-go to Echo, Minn., early next week to spend the holidays with their.daugh ter, Mrs. E. A. Poschke. Vera Stcll, who teaches 1 'at Sioux City, Is expected home Saturday for a visit till after New Year's. She Is the daxighter O f Jos. Stell, Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, of Qhlcago Is expected Saturday for: a' visit til after New Year's at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D. H. Goeders. Dr. Ralph Weber spent the weekend with friends at Lincoln', Neb. Dr. Weber, who Is a veterinarian, Is practicing with Dr. L. W. Fox. Mrs. D. H. Goeders, Evelyn Walters, and John McDowell spent Monday night at Emmetsburg judging the high school declamatory contest: Mrs. W. M. Smith, of Llverrriore, and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, of Fenton, were visitors at the V. E. Steph- eneon home several days 'last week. Ruth McMahon, who leaches at. Galva, is expected home next Wed-; nesday for two weeks with her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. S, E. McMahon. Kdte Skinner, Irene and, Bernlce Swe.nsen, and Angellne Roorda, Lu, Verne teachers, spent the week-end With the farmer's mother, Mrs. H. J. Skinner. Mrs. A. A. Beguhn, Mrs. Glen McMurray and Mrs. N. Victor Lowe spent Tuesday at Mason City with Mrs. B. F. Ballard, a former Algonian. Mrs. Margaret Fclioby and son Clieswr recently returned frc.vn Keuney, 111., having attended the funeral of a relative and visited at Marva and Decatur. Mrs. A. K. Cliff, of Ames, came Tuesday and will assist several days at the Book & Gift shop during the holiday rush. Mrs. Howard Beard- tendance at Mason City Monday and heard Professor Lelb universit of Iowa economist, talk. Professo Lelb predicted that after curren depression, business In the Unite States would ascend to new hig' planes. Mr. and. Mrs. Louis Bode, of ' Union township,'are parents of a girl, born Sunday at the JCossutb hospital. She has been named Joan Marie. The Bodes now have three boys and three girls. Mrs. Bode Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth. Mrs. P. V. Janse returned Saturday after a month's visit with her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller, of Oklahoma City, who accompanied her home. She also visited her son, Dr. Hector Janse, of Houston, Tex. CONHIIKOATIONAI,, F. .1. Clark, list or—TWO special services, one of nuslc at 11, and a wonderful pa- eant at 4:30 ... n a . m. music by ho choir, Lift. Up Your Heads, O Ye Springville, and Gates and The Hallelujah Chorus, superintendent oth from The Messiah; The Infant esus, Pietro Yon, sung by a wom- in's' chorus. Mrs. Gunn will play loly Night, by Dudley Buck; The ^astoral, from The Messiah; and losanna, Wacks. The pastor will tell the story of Dickens' beautiful hristmas Carol. The children's choir, under Mrs. Lee, will sing At 4:30 (please note the hour) one of the most beautiful Christmas pa- ;eants ever written. The Adoration of the Kings and Shepherds Will be presented. Carols by the two choirs two anthems by the choir, O Come to My Heart, Lord Jesus, and Gou nod's Sanctus. Angels, shepherds etc., and many others participate in this beautiful candle light service at mas eve for several days visit with Kenneth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Kenneth is on the staff of the Sioux City Journal. Elsie Specht and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoorneman, of Springville, are expected Saturday for a visit Mrs. and Hoorneman's Mrs.. C. F. 4:30 The Sunday school will have a Christmas tree and regular Christmas eve exercises and time Christmas eve at 7:90. good Mrs. Miller will remain till after New Year's. Mrs. Irving Urch has been 111 with pneumonia the past two weeks. Miss Kyhl, of Britt, is caring for her. Mr. Urch is employed at the Long Bros. grocery store. Mrs. Harriett Mrs. Urch's mother, Howey of Jesup, EV. LUTHERAN, P. J. IJrancr, Motor—Sunday school at 9:30 a. The Lord's Supper will be celebrated In the English language Sunday. Confessional service at 10 a. vlth Elsie and >arents, Mayor Specht. Elsie teaches, school In Mr. Hoorneman Is of schools. The Spechts and .the Hoornemans. will spend Christmas at Forest City with the Harry Larsons. Mrs. Larson Is a daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Specht. The Hoornemans will also visit with Mr. Hoorneman's father at Le Mars during the holidays. ,Marguerite Skllllng has achieved distinction in scholastic work at the Iowa State Teachers college during the fall term by earning 54 grade points In 18 hours of studies. She was one of 92 students whose names appeared on the honor roll releaset by the dean of women of the collegi last week. The total enrollment fo: the winter term at the college 1 2,028, which Includes 1,400 women and 628 men students. Usually ther are three to four women to eac' man at the college. Perry white Is expected horn next week from Washington, D. C where he has been attending George Washington University. Perry went to Washington in August with Charles Akre and Donald Dewel, but was unable to land a position.'- Donald is working in the Senate ware- (CKINSON INTRODUCES HIS FIRST SENATE BILL Senator L. j. Dickinson Introduc- d a. bill In the United States Senate ast Thursday to authorize the .prescient to appoint an additional U. S. distrlcl judge for Iowa. , ;The hew judge, .would serve at large, having auxiliary Jurisdiction over the southern and northern districts, and functioning wherever the cdurt conditions were crowded.. Iowa had three federal judges for a time prior to the death of Judge Martlfi 3. -Wade, - of ; low* 6&fi Judge Charles A. Dewey had beeft 1 appointed to assist JKdg'e.Wada in southern Iowa bcause of the Illness of the latter. The position, however, was not permanent and the extra judgeshlp expired upon the death of Judge Wade, ^ m f AT m.; English preaching service at 10:30 a. m. ... Announcements for the Lord's Supper may be made Saturday at the parsonage The Aid will njeet this afternoon with Mrs. Choir practice Henry Lavrenz tonight. The S. S. T. meete tomorrow evening at the parsonage . . . . The Parish school and the Sunday school are preparing a Christmas program. Rehearsal will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock . . . The Christmas program will be given Christmas eve, begin- Vlsitors and 7 *v* M [0- ICCO KINDS Inildors or A liiinil- I MB choice (of tobacco i would not leuslvo and | same time be most table to the noker. We It complete | ail kinds UU sizes— I fl*lccs. eley is also assisting. Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert spent Sunday at Emmetsburg, guests of the former's brother, Lewis Elbert, who is a-linotype operator at one of the newspaper shops there. Mrs. .James Bigglngs, Fort, Dodge, and iier granddaughter, Mary Catherine Cain; came Friday for several days with the latter's father, M. B. Cain, Milwaukee railway clerk. , Mildred DeGraw, ' who teaches third grade at Cedar Falls, is expected -home tomorrow for a visit till after the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw. City Librarian Lura Sanders spent came last week Wednesday to be with her daughter. Ellwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton,' was listed on the fall term honor roll of '31 students at I. S. T. C. at Cedar Falls, where he Is a sophomore. He made a total of 50 grade points in 15 hours of study, maintaining an average of at least "B" in all studies. Teddy Vera has been ill the past two weeks with pneumonia, but Is steadily improving. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera. Mrs. Vera's mother, Mrs. Frank Hagen, of Titonka, came Sunday and is helping care for Teddy. Santa Claus and one of his reindeer paid Teddy a visit Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Bonham are parents of an 8%-lb. boy, born at Santa Clara, Calif., last Thursday. This is their first child and he has been named Aubrey Jr., Mrs. Bonham has been at the home of her parents the past several months. Mr. Bonham is the local athletic high echool coach. ning at 7 o'clock strangers, are heartily welcome attend our children's services Christmas eve. to house mailing department, and Charles Is working In the Congressional Library. Perry is driving home with Stanley Woodring, of Council Bluffs, a University of Iowa graduate who has been taking post graduate work In Washington. Lakpta Couple Wed. Lakota, Dec. 15—Earl Ogren, Lakota, and Elizabeth Rider, Bancroft were married at Bancroft Friday afternoon, and a. wedding dinnei was served to the wedding party at the Dale cafe In Lakota at 6 oVlock Earl is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Ogren, of Lakota. METHODIST, C. V. Hnlsc, pastor —A Christmas musical program by the choir will be given Sunday evening. Join with us in this service of worship through appropriate music. The Christmas program by the Sunday echool will be given at the church Christmas eve ... A Christmas party for Beginners and Primary departments will be held at the church Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock and for the Junior department at 7 p. m. Teachers and superintendents of these Departments will be in charge .and all members ore expected to attend. The W. H. M. S. meets this afternoon with Mrs. F. S. Norton. Members are asked to bring gifts for a box to be sent.to Marcy Center. PRESUVTERIAX, .T. I. Colenian, pastor—Special services are planned : for next Sunday. Morning worship . will center about Him whose birthday we celebrate. The emphasis being upon the thought of worship, including a free-will offering. There Before buying a radio look into the back. ECA-VICTOR RADIO $995.00 to $87.50 HOLECEK RADIO & MUSIC SHOP Radio Headquarters RCA—Victor's greatest achievement in thirty years RCA-Victor long playing records. Records that formerly played six minutes now play thirty minute**. Records that formerly played 20 minutes now play sixty minutes. One hour's entertainment on one record. W BETTER TONE, LESS HISS OR NOISE BACKGROUND Nine-tube RCA-Victor Superhetrodyne and phonograph, playing both 3 and 30 minute records, $147.00. Ten-tube RCA-Victor Superhetrodyne, automatically changes 10 records $247.00. Other models priced from $995.00 to $37.50. Before Buying a Radio Look Into the Back HOLECEK RADIO & MUSIC SHOP Phone 371 Algona Saturday at Corwlth attending golden wedding celebration of is an urgent call for all those who have come into the church the two preceding years to be present . . . The C.. E. .ie planning some things of" interest . . . The theme worship of the evening hour keep before us the thought of the and will the Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Higgle. Mrs. Higgle Is a sister of the late Mr. Sanders. Evelyn Bode, senior student at Clark college in Dubuque, will arrive home Saturday for three weeks Sylth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bode, of Plum Creek township. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Goeders left Tuesday morning via Sioux City for Long Beach, Calif., where they will spend the winter months. They .have •closed their house during their ab- Howard Gillispie left for his home at Waukegan, 111., Tuesday night after a week with his mother, Mrs. Ada Gillispie, who is ill. Howard Is a carpenter. The Tom Gillisples, of Fort Dodge, were here Sunday visiting with Tom's mother. Tom owns the Iowa Medical Supply company at Fort Dodge. Reason"". . Let all members and Mrs. W. A. Gillespie, who has been , k thls se r v ice in mind and 'seriously ill the last five weeks with Irlenu - —diabetes, is reported gaining slowly. Her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Web Gillespie, Is caring for her. The Web Gillesples have been making their home with the elder Mrs. Gillespie the past year. They moved to Algona from Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon, of sence. Jane Vincent, of Franklin Park, PIPES AT 25c AND UP 111,, is expcted home next week Tuesday for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent. Jane teaches in the Franklin Park high school. • ' Julia Barth, who-has made her home here, for many years, went to Kimball, S. D., recently to make her home with a sleter. Miss Barth at one time kept house for Father T. J. Davern. C C. SQhaap, father of Dr. Claire D Schaap spent last Thursday visiting his son and Mrs. Schaijn. He Is a traveling salesman for a Sioux and makes his home Schenectady, N. Y., are expected the first of the year. Lloyd 1ms been in the employ of the General Motors company the past year and a half and has been laid off temporarily. Lloyd is the . son of Mr. and Mrs. j. T. Bohannon, He Is a graduate of the state engineering college. Mrs. A. A. Bishop went to Aurora, 111 Saturday for a week with her daughter, Mrs. B. Hllliard. Mr. Hll- Hard is in the insurance business. Mrs. Bishop, her daughters Esther, Ruth, and .her son Harry, who are attending the state university, are expected home Saturday. The three plan to.be present, with a prayer for God's blessing upon his people. BAPTIST, Arthur^. Hiieser, pastor—A very fine spirit has been manifest in the special Christmas services held each Sunday night at this church. Two more, are left. The sermon for next Sunday night will be entitle* The Wise Men in the Chrietnws drama. There will also he a cartoon for the juniors, and a Christmas play by one of the Sunday school classes . "'"" subject for the 11 a be Sitting Where the Other Fellow Sits . Sunday school at 10 a. B Y P. U. at 6:30 p. m. . Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. NAZAHENE7A. W." and Hazel Ir A_ J1« Q^] and Make Your Home Comfortable With The sermon m, service will children will remain holidays. till after the WE HAYE A fGREAT LINE OF i PIPES IPES *« )oii thluk of an^thinf *«ptable, more «ppr««lat< ' "f I'm man who euiovn City concern at Sheldon. Mrs. John Hunt, of Hampton, eJ You not! A»4 no 'not SHWT CASES an a, uvfiui -^ • . J went home Saturday after spend, Ine a week with her parents, Mi-, and Mrs. F. L. Powell. The Powells ponduct the suburban grocery store on north Jones street. - Mrs D. F. Shumway, of Sutherland, went home Sunday after vislt- ng since last Thursday at the home of her son, County Attorney G. D. Shumway. The G. D. Shumways tookhVaa far as Emmetsburg Sun- ^Mrs. P, H. doeders spent Tuesday at Renwick coaching declamatory student* in the high school She go to Renwick after the first of for two weeks to coach the for the declamatory con- OH«r Kaymo»« Maw Lucille Kunz, of Wesley, is at the Dr C H. Cretzmeyer offices over the Steele Clothing store. She began work Monday and succeeds Grace Dreesman, who .was employed at the office for many years. Lucille Is a R N. having completed her course at St. Anthony's hospital at Carroll. She Is the daughter of the late Otto Kunz, of Wesley. t tho hnB Five babies were born at the hospital last week. Parents are: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, Union township farmers, boy, December 13; Mr. and Mrs, •- John Orlger, Bode tooy, Dec. 7; Mr. and Mrs. John Friestad, Lu Verne, boy. Dec. 9; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder, Lakota, girl, Dec. 5? and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson, of Burt, boy, Dec. 12. i Mrs. Sam Kuhh was working win, pastors—Our motto, to do uttermost to help everyone nothing to hinder anyone, should be in force continuously. Let us al pray that God will help us to do that which is pleasing in His sight- «nd then do prayers and our best to answer our Services at the usua Coxwell Chair $19.50 and up Beautiful Furniture End Tables $1.75 and up For the hours each Sunday. Next Sunday a 11 The Greatest Christmas Gift; evenmg service, 7:30,, Jesus theSav- lour day, Prayer meeting Wednes Y:30 . . . Fasting and prayer Friday. FIRST LUTHERAN, Stuctentg. Engstrom ia charge - Sunday ^JS? 1 .* m: service at 7:30- . . Ju"' school at 10; service i iqr Mission Band wiu have at Streater, 111., fral of Wil"am Gay, Mrs. the 2:30. cent m Christmas party Saturday at Each child is to bring, a 10 present. _ ' _ ikturdays and win probably assist the holiday season Bernlce S?ock, who teaches ,cal education at Eagle Grove pected home Tuesday for the holi- e daughter of Mr. s Pull Up Chairs $5.75 and up ex days She is the daughter sr^.^ff'B.s; guest during the holidays. Ruth brs%°~« their son John, are .expected Christ- End Specials Pumpkin, No. 2 1-2 tins, 2 cans Cranberries, Cape Cod, 2 Ibs. - ; Coffee, Parker House, 1 lb—^-- 23c Walnut Outside Cedar Inside $13.50 and up living Room $49.50 Quality Living Room Suites, fine assortments of styles and covert to select from. 100 per cent mohair suites at $49.50 ' ' " Forfhe Dining Room $67,50 and up One of these fine 8-piece suite i will bring cheer to for years _________ ..... - ------- -----HIGH CHAIRS POLL BUGGIES CHILDREN^ ROCKERS BABY CARRIAGES SMOKING STANDS CARD TABLES V FANCY PlLLPWi * THROW

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