Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 17, 1931 · Page 8
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Meat — Groceries FRUITS AND VEGETABLES .'' ' v! ' AT ACTUAL SAVINGS : ' • •• 5c—BREAD—5c Pine quality foods,, full weight, full size and measure at inbney-savltig prices. 'Keep your standards of living up and the cost of food i ; s, down by trading at Long's. Our store is full of the best the market affords. Best assortment of food-stuff ever shown in Algona. Nothing overlooked. GET TO KNOW OUR MEAT Our market is open for inspection. We buy noth* ing but the best. .MEAT—IT'S CHEAP You are missing;a treat if you don't take on some of Long's Home Made Sausage and Hamburger. Long's Food Shop OPEN MOST OF THE TIME 5 FREE, DELIVERIES—2 PHONES '.'.',. We give credit to those who know how to enjoy it. RICE Book and Gift Shop SATURDAY SPECIAL Beautiful assortment of radio and boudoir lamps- jade green and rose $1.00 Various other lamps at greatly reduced prices. ADVICE TO HUSBANDS Women love lamps. CHRISTMAS BOXES AND WRAPPINGS The smartest special made line we have ever shown. CHRISTMAS CARDS A great line. New shipment of gorgeous pewter at prices unheard of. BOOKS All very'latest fiction and non-fiction. Finest gift for men. DRIVING If HOUT LICENSE TO COST $100 JAIL TERM Nearly 25 percent of Kossuth county automobile drivers and ow«« era will b e liable to a fine of tlOO or. imprisonment for 30 days unless applications for driver's licenses ar& speeded up during the remaining days of December. Yesterday about 50 percent of the car owners In iCpssuth county had made their applications, and It Is expected that 25 per cent more will have come In the end of the year. An estimate by W. A. Stevens, superintendent of motor vehicles tn the office of the secretary of state, Indicate that nearly a million drivers In the state are going to be without permits required by the new law.. It may become necessary for the state officials to grant more time for applications to be made before arrests will be made against Violators. If applications are made before January 1, no penalty will attach if the license had not been received. • An Interesting sidelight on the driving license law will be the effect of the. force- of liability Insurance arid Mr. Stevens said: "There is a possibility that somebody carrying liability insurance, who had not applied for a driver's license might have an accident, and the failure to ha.ve a license might be ground for holding the insurer not liable on the policy." The application total up to Tuesday night was 2,978 drivers, and 4,730 owners. Four school bus applications, four chauffeurs and one 'duplicate license 'applications were also made. ROTARY HUNTERS TAKE MEET FROM KIWANIANS The Rotary group of hunters swamped the Klwanis group Sunday with a total of 825 points to the Kiwanians' 135 in the .competitive charity hunt. The Kiwanians are bantering the Rotarians, charging some unethical tactics In getting the birds and rabbits. The scores are: Rotarians— Points Hawks, 1 —. 50 Crows, 8 . 400 Rabbits, 39 195 Jacks, 18 180 KUvanlans— Points Hawks, 0 0 Crows. 1 1 50 Rabbits, 13 65 Jacks, 2 20 After the rabbits had been checked in for points in the match, the carcasses were distributed to 'the poor in this vicinity. Bounty money received on crows and hawks was turned into the local welfare fund for charity work this winter. exchange of {flfti around'A Cnrisi- mas tte6i - '< Entertain (he Anns— Rotarlans entertained their 1 Anns at a Christmas party at. the Algbna hotel Monday , night. A .two-course dinner was VseiVe'd kt seven o'clock at five tables decorated In keeping with Christmas. The after dinner program follows: vocal selection, Mrs. A. E. Michel; dance by Valeria Plckett, Gertrude Long, Jane Hemphlll, and Helen Gillesple; Margaret Lease gave the humorous selection, Ma In a Bus; solo, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan; dahce, Helen Stubbs. Mrs. F. E. Kent, Mrs. M. J. Pool, Mrs. R. H. Miller, and Mrs. L. Q. Baker were. In charge of the program. After the program bridge was played with Mrs. Al Falkenhalner and H. R. Cowan , winning high score prizes. Mrs. H. R. Cowan won the cut prize. All members'and their Anns were pref'ent with the exception of four. There were 85 In attendance. ., This party takes the place of the annual Christmas party which has been given by the club during the holiday season In former years. Shower for Mrs. W. E. Harris— A kitchen shower was - given at the Mrs. C. W. Green home last week Wednesday In honor of Mrs. Wm. E. Harris Jr., formerly Lennice M. Wiltse, who was married November 23. The evening was spent playing 500 and bridge, after which there .was lunch. Mrs. 'Harris was given hfer gifts in a basket presented by Wanda Harris and Loyd Green, who were dressed as bride and groom. Guests were: Mesdames George Yeager, A. H. Nelson, L. Schlchtl, Oliver Moe, Harry Baker, F. L,. Power and her daughter, Mrs. Jno. Hunt, of Hamnton, Henry Wegener, H. M. Steussy, Cook, and Jessie Smith. Tinlon 4-H Girls Mcet-n, Union township's 4-H club met for a Christmas party Saturday night with Mary Gish. After a business meeting, consisting of the secretary's repor.t and other important business, games were played, after which refreshments were served. The next meeting will 'be after the first of the year, and the meeting place will be announced later. The club's project for 1932 will be home furnishing and otTier outside activities. Those wisMng- to Join can see Mrs. L. Gish, the leader, or any of the members of the cTubv Evelyn Capeslns 12; Party— Mrs. Frank Capesiue, of Irviirgtcnt township, entertained in honor of her daughter Evelyn's 12th birthday anniversary last Thursday night. KOSSUTH ROAD FUND TO GET S6614JROM STATE Kossuth county will receive $6,614.13 as its share of the. $848,126.61 annual, payment of refunds for rights-of-way, bridges, and culverts f9r the state by J. W. Long, auditor of the state. The refund is the. fifth to be made under provisions of the law passed by the forty-second general assembly authorizing return to counties for expenditures on primary roads after April, 1919. Funds received by the counties from this source are to be credited to the secondary road construction funds by the count}- treasurers. Scott county will receive the largest refund, $30,010.00, and Van Buren county received -only $1,269. AL60NA GRID STAR PLACED ON ACADEMY STATE TEAM Christmas Presents for Her r Be it either mother or sweetheart, sister or daughter, we have a beautiful array of house slippers pr (Jr^ss. slippers which will be just the thing for 'Christina's. House slippers in fine kid, crepe, satin, and felt. 50cto$3.50 « Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department The r»es Moines Register has named;,the AH-atate high school football teams and has placed Wade' Hansen as quarter on the first all- state Catholic academy team. Hansen played good football on the local academy team making many of the team gains. Hargraves, of the high school team, received mention on "the Register's honor roll of public school players. Crowd at Operetta. A good sized crowd nearly filled ithe auditorium of the high school building Tuesday evening to see the operetta given by the Junior high pupils. The play was under direction of Grace Miller, music instructor. The evening was spent playing games, after which, refreshments 1 i were served. Christmas decorations were used. Guests were Thelma Aman, Anita Rose Kohlhaos, BTary Catherine Hum, Patrick Hughes, Janet Hertig, Margaret BHley, Rachel Becker, Dorothy McEnroe, Mary Elizabeth Godden, Eleanor Jenkins, Edna May Sill, Eileen Aman, and Evelyn Black. Opportunity Club Tien Comforter— •• The Opportunity club met with Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf Friday afternoon and the members tied a comforter for charity. Later to -the' afternoon refreshments were served. Members of the club are Mesdames C. R. La Barre, W. P. HemphilV, W. E. Laird, Wm. Hawcott, Anton Bid 1 - riksen, O. W. Erickson, 'and' W. D. Howie. The club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. W. P. Hemphilt for a Christmas party. Bridge-was* played and there was an exchange of gifts. Bridge Club Entertains Hiisbandfc— The members of Mrs. K .L. Powell's bridge club entertained their husbands at dinner at the Powell home Friday night. Dinner waa iserved at '6 o'clock, after' wMeh bridge was played with Mr. and Mrs. James Watts winning high Mn. 0*«««jrW CHf*rf A group of AJgona women surprised Mrs. J. F. overmyer last week Wednesday afternoon on her birthday, They spent the afternoon playing bridge, and the husbands of the women were Invited to the dinner. In the evening. L. 0. A. Has Party Tonlglif— . Mesdames Bert Deal, A. E. Michel, Ralph Horigan, and C. R. LaBarre will entertain the Congregational L. O. A. class at a Christmas party tonight. Other Society News Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer entertained eleven women at bridge Friday night. Mrs. D. R. Steele won high score. After bridge refreshments were served. Ernestine Chubb, of Frederick, Md., was an out of town guest. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Chrlschllles entertained their bridge club at dinner and 'cards Monday night. High bridge scores were won by Mrs. J. L. Bonar and F. D. Williams. The Presbyterian Aid will pack Christmas baskets next week Tuesday afternoon, December 22. Please send your donations not later than Tuesday morning.- Mrs. A. L. Peterson entertained the Get-Together club at luncheon and bridge at'her home Monday. High bridge 'score was won by Mrs. S. E. McMahon. The Presbyterian Missionary society will meet with Mrs. Rebecca McDonald today. Mrs. Geo. St. John will review the chapters of God and the Census. The Methodist W. H. M. S. Will meet with Mrs. F. S. Norton this afternoon at 2:30. Each member is to 'bring a gift, which will be sent to a girls' home. The p. E. O. met last night for a covered dish supper with Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, and the evening was spent sewing for charity. The Wa-tan-yans met at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's for dinner Tuesday night, and after dinner Christmas carols .were sung. The Baptist Mission Circle will meet this afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. H. N. Kruse. Mrs. Chas Taylor is lesson leader. SUNSHINE MELTS AWAY SNOW: ROADS FROZEN The three Inches of snow thait fell last week Tuesday night, leaving the city In white Wednesday morn- Ing-, slowly turned to slush during the day. A heavy fog turned Into a drizzle last Thursday night, and .36 of an Inch of rain fell Friday. Freezing' temperatures Friday night hardened the roads so they were pass- p* von j. *( MOU8B.— «ui4 SAVE MONEY ON MEAT BY buying dragged hogs whole or halva*. Top duality, Beans, 19*1* <*t P«*a- tlcally wholesale pFice In pecks, half bushel or bushel. — B. L. Gilbert, phone 13F14. ' FOR, SALE-30 GOOD SPOTTED Poland China boars. Good, long, heavy bone pigs. 'Some as low* fes $12.—Anton Vammen, Rltigsted. pl4 FOR SALE—ANCONA COCKER^ els from a bred to lay strain, 76c each If taken at once.—H. J. Sherman, Wesley. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Yearling Chester White boar.—Jens Soren<> sen, phone 11F2. 12pl4 WANTED—SECOND 'HAND, laUrt* ptafnVjgfr 9pl4 US 'Wheete, 0|>14 or PtoliAtK or WIIL * '"• M*, 8S7R, Koseuth' county, eg. In "biatHct" dourt, November term, . To All Whom It Slay" Concern: t , tfoujat 1 ^'' hereby notified,' that an insWume'rit 'of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of jH[$nry Kimerfl, deceased, dated iuiy 0, 1981, having been this day filed, opened and read, the 12th day of' January, '1932, in 'fixed for hearing proof of game Ht the Court House In; |\lgona, Iowa, before the District 'Court of'safd County or the Clerty'of ' shttl- C6urt; and at 10'o'elock a. m. of the day above mentioned, all persbris 'Interested are hereby no- Wled and ceased. Win andfeS. ori Ae *w * 1 CURR ' of Suillva SUNDAY, Three MnileseastofAl Prizes, Fur Coat Sal v «Wh«re, Service M4 QMlitjr Meet" .' '.-.-* A Rare Opportunity — must Sell before January 1st We have about 15 rat and «eal fur coats in stock which must dispose of before inventory January 1. We will sell i at prices which are the lowest in 15 years. able for the crowds that came to Al- gpnac SitttrnJay to see Santa Claus. Freezing' weather and sunshine have predominated since Friday. Temperatures' recorded by Weather Observer Merritt are: Low 30 32 30 19 16 10 Becemtter S High ._ 35 36 35 3T December 9 December 10' December II December 12' 31 December IS 24 December 14' 34 ALONEA RIFLE TEAMS TO SHOT ilt NATIONAL TILTS EScpert riflemen of the local rifle club' start this evening' on a com- petil'hre sfroot on which handicaps for 111933 wfll be based. Two local team* bare been entered in the national' postal shooting contest, in which teams shoot on the loco. range and exchange scores by mall The- members of the teams will be determined by the comparative shoot. I*. W. Green is secretary of the club. The range is located in the basement of the J. C. Smith poo) hall quarters. Ingltam in East. Harvey Ingham'a column on the Des Moines Register's editorial page Tuesday was dated at New York, and yesterday's column at Philadelphia. Algona Markets score. Mrs. Bert Mucfcey and ©eorge Yager- won consolation pries. Members of the club are Mfisdame* Powell, Muckey, Yager,. Howard: Vinson, Bert Cronin, Eflw, Sfteehan, and James Watts. '• R. N.' A. Gives Christmas Party— Royal Neighbors will hold their annual Christinas party tomorrow evening at the I. O. O. F. hall. Members may bring one guest, and all children in the family of high school age or more are Invited. Each one present is to bring a gift costing not more than ten cents. The children's party will be held at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and each child is to bring a gift not to exceed ten cents. All Royal Neighbor children are invited. Mrs. F. D. wniiums Entertains— Mrs. F. D. Williams entertained 12 women at dinner and bridge Friday night Dinner was served at 7 o'clock at three small tables centered with candles. Mrs. J. M. Herbat and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky won high bridge prizes. .Mrs. Rex Van Al- etine, of Gilmore City, a sister of Mrs. Williams, was an out-of-town guest. EASTCY SHAPE CHRISTMAS cook ies for the children. — Thorpe' Home Grocery S27-W. & Bake Shop, phon 14ul 4- Austral tan seal—fitch and ermine trim, sizes 14416-18-20, $137.50 values. feilver rat, fitch trim, size 18 $137.50 value 1 Combination dark and silver rat, sizes 14 or 16, §135.00 value Silver' : rat, beaver trim, size 20, $159.00 value __ Australian seal, size 16, fitch trim, $159.00 value Silver rat, .size 18, $125,00 value '— Silver rat, size 14, $135.00 value :. $119.00 $119.0ol $85.00| . $89.00 Dark rat, self trim, size 18, $$9.00 value _____________ Jap mink; size 18, $345.00 value ____ Hudson seal, size 20, $185.00 value _______ 2 Northern rats, combinations light and dark, $185.00 values I__ $219.00] $159.00] $139.00 And other outstanding fur coat values. Buy her a fur coat for Christmas BIG NWS of THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ( ALL FOR $1.00 TREATMENT SHAMPOO FINGER WAVE Our Regular Permanents ghelton Tulip Oil $10.00 Regular Shelton or Frederic $7)50 Duradens _______$5.00 Milady's Beauty Salon ALGONA^ HOTEL PHONE 127 Here's the Biggest News In Theatrical History ee the same big. he stage and screen are seen in the largest American Cities Northwest Iowa. You can now shows that Fort Dodge both on At close of business Dec. 15, 1931. 15} Wilbur J. and Alice Payne. HOGS Best sorted lights, 180-260 Ibs. $3.40 Best hvy. butchers, 260-300 IDS. 3.40 Beat prime hvy. butch., 300-350- 3.30 Best pack. HOWS, 300 to 350 Ibs. 3.10 Best hvy. sows, 350 to 400 Ibs.. 3.00 Big hvy. sows, 400-500 $2.75 to 3.00 CATTLE Canners and cutters —$1.00 to $1.75 JPat. cows. $2.00. to $2.76 Yearlings -$3.00 to $4.00 Veal calves $4.00 to $4.50 Bulls $2.00 to $2.75 Pat steers —' $4.00 to $5.00 POULTRY Jlens, heavy . 12 Hens, Leghorn and under 4 Ibs. .08 Springs, heavy .12 Springs, Leghorn & under 4 Ibs. .10 Heavy stags 09 Leghorn stags — , PRODUCE Begs, graced Nfc l ___... .23 Eggs, graded. No. -2 —— .12 Cash cream .25 GRAIN No. 3 yellow corn No. 2 yellow corn .34 No. 3 white oate , _._„.20% Feed barley .$5 HIDES Calf and cow, U>. „,„—.03% Horse .. ,.-,„- 1.50 Colt hides, each —, ,— .50 Haubergs Hosts at Dinner— Mr. and Mi's. H. M. Hauberg entertained 24 at dinner and bridge last week Wednesday night. A two- course dinner was served at 7 o'clock, after which bridge was played with Mrs. L, C. Nugent and J. L. Bonar winning high scores. The small tables were decorated in keeping with Christmas. Algonituis Guest* at Hurt- Five Algona couples, .were enter? tained at Burt last Thursday eve» ning by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kriethe. The table was decorated with a Christmas tree, and with Christmas placecards. Following the dinner bridge was played, with Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thorpe winning high family score. Alpha Delphi-ns to Meet— ' The Alpha Delphians will meet Monday with Mrs. P. P. Barker for a Christmas party. At one o'clock a -pot luck luncheon-will be served, after which Mrs. John McBJnroe will read a Christmas story. There be an exchange of gifts and other entertainment. B#tx>kalis to Have Supper— The Rebekahs will hold a covered dteh supper at the I. O, p. F. hall next Tuesday night at 6:30. Mem' bers are to take a covered dish sandwiches, and ft gift. Alter sup Just Read Starting ' CHRISTMAS BAY at the IOWA THEATRE 3-Big Time Act* R.K.O. Vaudeville The New Orchestra of Musicians. All this m conjunction with the regular Prognmi of Talking Pictures. NOTJ3-- These Big '.Shows wiir come to Fort Dodge Christmas day through Sunday— New Year's day through Sunday swd every and Sunday thereafter. Don't Mips a One of these Big R. K. O. VaudeyiUe Shows! POPULAR PEICE8 Alw»y» tie Mo»t Of the Best For the CHRISTMAS DAY ftt the RIALTO Theatre You .will see tbe same Big tt»t h*y« always play*a & at the lowest yrt^s since the of Talking Pictures. ,„."' Make Up a Party amf Drlv*

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