Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 17, 1931 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 17, 1931
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The Gift 'That is Sure to Please For Him For Her and for Everybody A pleasing gift for every member of the family at a price within your reach. Make your selections now, while sizes are complete, Brownell Shoe Co. 'LO, VJHAT V4AV/E you A MEW BOOK CAU-ED MAN, THE. ROL.BR. AID AT LUVERNE Lu Verne. Dec. 15 — Following s the cast of characters for two plays" to be given next Monday night .nt the gym for the beneftt of local welfare work: Christmas Party— Camilla Rose, Laura Englo; Gus Rose, Byron jrines; Mrs. Rose, Lulu Llchty; Miss Tane Able, Ponnllla Llchty; Chris, Sorrest Rnney: Polly, Hazel Agard; Janet, Florence Ramus; and Marie, Mary Margaret Phillips. Meet the Countess— Peggy Bnln, Vera. Bluings; Annie, Anna Ramua; Mrs. Bain, Kmnm Chapman; Mrs. Allen, Mabel Christensen; Frieda, Dorothy Phillips; and the Countess O'ga. Luclnda Stone. There will be other numbers on the program, including music by the grade boys' chorus. Club Will Soil Towels— The Tuesday club was entertained last week. Tuesday afternoon . 8? Florence Ilof. The program , consisted of a paper, George Washing' ton's Youth, by Emma, Voss, and a paper by Mrs. Allen Thompson on, Georgp Washington's Manhood. Towels hemmed by the blind women of Iowa hiUl boon received, and were distributed to members of the club for sale. Refreshments were served by the hosto.ss. Royal Neighbors Name Officers— The following officers were recently elected by the Royal Neighbors;' oracle, Hultie Huber; vice oracle. Jane Stau'ffacher; past oracle, Flora Raney; chancellor, Mabel Thompson; recorder, Myra Portzke; receiver, Edith Smith; marshal. Kthel Luehslnger; Inner sentinel, Rosa Steussy; and managers, Josephine Donaldson, Blanche Allen, and Anna Smith. IJrcsbytcriiiu Alii Meets— ' A social meeting of the Presbyterian Aid was held last week Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. H. Benedict. About thirty women wore present and the afternoon wa.s spent playing games and visiting. Refreshments were served. There will be no more meetings ot the Ala till after the holidays. .1. J. Club Enjoys Tarty- Mrs. Martha Stone, 81, Honored— Mrs. Rae. Stone gave a surprise birthday party this week Tuesday afternoon Cor Mrs. Martha Stone, the occasion being Mrs. Stone's 81st birthday. Members of the' Methodist Sunday school class to which Mrs. Stone belongs and a few other friends were guests. Refreshments were served. CHILDREN OIVE SEXTON PROGRAM CHRISTMAS EVE Sextdn, Deo. 16-^lIa Olsen and Mrs. Harvey Steven are directing the children for the Christmas pro- grain to be given ext week Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Sexton church. Marie Harris and Mrs. Veda Hedrtck,have charge of the music. There will be the usual treats after distribution of the gifts. Hoxliig' Mutch Dfnwi Crowd- There was a large attendance at the boxing match here last Week Wednesday evenlg. Ray Tlbbens, of Kanawha, won the fight against Roy Ollom, Algona. Clarence Phillips, Algona, was referee. hired McEnroe flfos.f" * truck their »heep to Albert Lea Suft ft Mr*. Johrt MCMahon Sr, and son Frahcl* left Tuesday tot South Da* kota to visit relatives. Herman Wise was sick with a cold Sunday, and unable to attend «*,. "iH^ JiTi'l jVi'i'««' A "^'"i I i Crowd Goes to See Reindeer— Many from the Sexton vicinity spent Saturday In Algona. The reindeer drew an enormous crowd. There was a larger crowd than on a circus day. Aid Supper Is Profitable— The Aid realized'nearly $12 at the waffle supper last Thursday evening. The women consider this exceptional considering the bad weather; NOT»CT»ON >N WHAT OUR PATRONS SAV — I*TO WARM VOOR HOME 706 COUDESTX>AV- OftDE K. COAU •PBOM Blue Star Coal will warm your home and give satisfaction F. S. NORTON & SON Call 229 Just-for-Fun Club Meets — The Just-for-Fun club enjoyed an evening of rook Friday at Arthur Legler's. There were four tables in play, and Mrs. Otto Ramus and Wlilinm Zentner won the high score, while Mr. and Mrs. L,. Jones were low. The hostess served lunch. •MM* RfibcUah Officers Are Named — Kcbekah officers named last week Tuesday evening follow: N. G. Mrs. Nettie Von Draska; V. G- Mrs. Harold -Soi-enson; secretary Florence Godfrey- treasurer, Mrs. M. Low- milter. A social evening was enjoyed after the election. Other Lu Verne News. A Christmas party was held Friday afternoon at the borne of Mrs. Harry Monty. Tills Is an annual event for the program of the J. J. club. Christmas carols were- sung and there were various contests and games. Each club member brought a can of fruit or vegetables to be given to the local welfare committee. An exchange of gifts among members took place. The hostess served a delicious lunch at the close of the afternoon. Hoys Give Skating Party— There were 51 at Sunday sclioo Sunday morning. Communion service was held, in the church hour. Ship Sheep to Market— Carl Paetz shipped a double deck car of sheep to Chicago Saturday night. . Joe Balk shipped one car. Other Sexton News. The Homer Andersons and Mary Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris, and June, all of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Hansen, Wesley, were Sunday guests at the John Harris home. Edith Greenfield spent last week Tusday night and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gouge, near Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. George attended a dunce at Titonka Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven spent Sunday evening with Mr. Steven's sister, Mrs. Harry Merriam who has been seriously 111, but Is improved now. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and little son Charles Edward, spent Sunday at Lu Verne with Mrs. Cunningham's mother, Mrs. Warmbier. There will -be another skating party Tuesday evening at the hall. The boys are giving the party this time, and lunch will -be served at 10:30. Mrs. John McMahon Jr. purchased a new Maytag power- washer last Friday. This makes her an excellent Christmas gift. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riley and son Bobbie Lee, spent Sunday at Corwith with Mrs. Riley's sister, Mrs. Otto Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and children spent Sunday with Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. Amy Smith, west of town. Mr. Black, who has been working at the James McEnroe home, left for his home in Kansas City, Mo., Saturday. Emmet Paetz and Harvey Steven ... L. Greenfield te suffering with a sty on her left eye. A number Of farmers here shelled corn Monday. ^ CHURCH CHRISTMAS PARTY IS PLANNED FOR STJENEDICT St. Benedict, Dec. 15—There wll be a Christmas party at the schoo hall Thursday evening, Including program given by the children,fishing pond, quilt contest, and many other amusements. Everyon Is'invited. Other St. Benedict. Miss Amelia Arndorfer accompan led by Mrs. Joseph Hanig an daughter, Marjorie Ann, left Mon day for Ackley, the home of the for mer, and Miss Arndorfer will epend a few days with the Hanlgs and friends. A good many from the St. Benedict community were 'in Algona Saturday to see Santa Glaus and his reindeer, and there was a large crowd from all parts of Kossuth county. Joseph Hanig left for home at Ackley December 4, after spending a few days here with his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Amdbrfer, on account of Mr. Arndorfer's illness. The holiday of obligation wns observed In the Catholic church here Tuesday, the feast being the Immaculate Conception, December 8. John Ludwfe- and Matt Bormann shipped cattle and hogs into Chicago, and also went-In with their loads to Chicago December 5. Mrs. Leo Arndorfer entertained her Larkiir meeting December 1, and Mrs. Julian Arndorfer entertained her Lark In meeting- December 1. Leo Immerfall, who was- operated on for appendicitis-, was brought home December 1. Leo has- Seen employed at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs: J. O. Downs attended the funeral of Isad'ore Mousel, who was killed In a barn when corn fell and buried him. William Arndorfer had another operation December 2' at tire- Kbs- suth hospital and is reported recovering nicely. A number of relatives and friends surprised Charles Marso Sunday evening in honor of his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs, Mrs. Nick Raskopf, and Marie Arndorfer were Mason City visitors Monday. A good number of farmers around this neighborhood were dressing geese and ducks December 3. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Marso spent last Tuesday at Whittemore visiting his parents. Irene Kellershon spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth. Sprcitl Chtolimi offering of fine (dvertted witchct « the lowest price In jewtlty hirtoty. Never befote could you (ire «o much foe 10 little. L-OMNT JidegtecnuidbUclE enamel mike thU wrist mtch uniwr tlly diitincHre. h h«i 115-jfwel movement, link bracelet, ud it fully mteoL WTON Neat, manly, and accurate! A timekeeper whole ttjrle andaccutacji lasting enjoyment The guaranteed movement hai 1) jeweb. Stationery - Mottoej Christmas Cards— Box Candy, Cigars Toilet Sets Atomizers - Diaries! Incense Burners Memo Books Juvenile Booksl Bibles and Rosaries Purses, Etc. LUSBY'S Drug and Jewelry Store MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT.— Call Cunningham & Lacy. Tulltf FOR SALE—FRESH~SHORTHORN cow.—Henry J. Blumer, Lu Verne. 8pl4 HOUSE FOR RENT—$20 a month. For Christmas ALL LEATHER Handbags and Purses I have the best assortment of Handbags and Purses ever brought to Algona for the money Good Assortment for the Ladies At the lowest prices you have bought them for in many years. Men'* Purses, Bill Folds, Pocketbooks and Leather Key Cases We are making a special low price for Holiday trade. F. H. SHACKELFORD Addle Thompson, of Morrison, — R. H. Miller, came Friday to spend some time at charge. Examiner in Ilpl4 come -r riuay to »twna »vn«3 mm? <\\. cnurgo. •*••*• i-*-*- • the Peter Thompson ad S. Merriam H IGH BRED HOLSTEIN HEIFER t*nw« nf TV.Cn T*P«<-vr»ine/i« Its I»^/>AV<*T'lTlI? I . ™ _•«_ -«rt_j. T.-l._.-.n« homes. Mr. Thompson is recovering from his recent illness. calves for sale. • 543-W. -Victor Johnson, Ilpl4-15 DRESSED TURKEYS FOR YOURV Christmas dinner, market price-,, delivered. — Phone Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler, 34F13 or 745-J Algona. 14pl6 YOUR CHRISTMAS PACKAGES. are not complete without one of Martha Thorpe's fruit cakes. Darfc,, 50c a pound; white, 60e. ISulS-U Cora 18pl4 DUROC BOARS FOR SALE—Im- munzied for cholera, flue; 8 milking Shorthorn hettecsr. prices suit times.—J. P. Mouset, Bancroft. FOR SALE5—PUJKEBKED POLAND China boars; immune. April far-1 Montrose, Mo.' Mrs. Blanche Ander- house, |30 a month. — son returned with her for a visit Raney, phone 822-J. over the holidays. WANT TO BUY — A FEW GOOD Mrs Peter Ruberg entertained in fresh milch cows to freshen soon. row. Now 2S» poanders or better. honor'of Harriet's third birthday —Address Advance. 13ulOtt Priced rjjg&t. Come quids. — O. B. last week Tuesday afternoon. Games WANTBD — % OR % h- p . ELEC- Ely. 20pH-15 were played, and a lunch was serv- trlc motor; no volt, single phase. FOR sAUB—SHETLAND PONY, 2 ed. I_T« A Thome, nhone 627-W. K13-14I m n c hi eow*, Hampshire boars, gas-1 oline lantern and lamp, gas engine, clock. — Hamilton Hatchery, SOulStfl A PERFECT, CHRISTMAS GIFT The whole family will enjoy one. A New Ford Car or A Late Model A Used Car We have a number of very good late Model cars. And the prices are way below their actual value. Make It a Merry Christmas Buy one of these cars and make the whole family happy We have a full line of auto accessories. There is note- ing more acceptable as a Christinas gift. Kent Motor Co. I- —B. A. Thorpe, phone 627-W. g!3-14 chotts fas we4 TuJday j Rock, phone 3803. Lone Rock. 12pl4 DEALER IN HARNESS GOODS AND LEATHER GOODS OF ALL KINDS :I1OLIB lU«t wovn. A u^au«-j . ^ • Mrs. Milo Patterson returned Frl- LOST—$50 IN ALGONA BUSINESS 50 D UROC BOARS, SPRING AND day from Iowa City, where she had district, Monday—two $20 bills and gone for medical treatment the first one $10; reward.—Call Advance, of last week. fall farrow, the best in Iowa at sacrifice prices; immune. Se« these last week. I ^ _ ^P 1 * I boare before buying.— H. S. Fain, 3 David Ramm took ill one day last pOR SALE _ PURE BRED Spotted mBes north of Emmetaburg. 27pl2-15 week and was taken to the home of Po]and china Boars. Cholera 1m- \- _, HAVF , A PARTY WANTI Ms^ughte, Mrs. Anna Block, at mune . M . L . ^ rton , Lu Y«£ P*» *£"£ m^h ^owI.^J have a " y ° >at y ° U ant l ° " George Jutte, former resident who ireliM , RF . n r, TTRQG BOARS now lives at Webster City, spent PURKBRED DUROC BOARS last Thursday with "former friends. """"^^WWttoJSre Laura Engel and Loretta Melavin ~ A - c - Carlisle, \\ hittemore. to- un *t~ \ know of anyone wanting to sell some cows, write the Advance. • 32ulOtf | aura a visited at the Clarence Engel home east at Cedar Rapids last week. 15nl3-15 PHONE YOUR ORDERS EARLY for rolls, cakes, and pies for! —-—— • 3r= , v -..rl lor runs, uatvec», auu ijico 1.W* i . ^^ ««.*.««. «~. .FOR RENT—100 ACRES STALKS Cnrlstmas> Baking on hand at all Frank Stewart went to Iowa City for pasturage and straw for pro- tlmea _ Tnorpe ' s Home Grocery & last week to take treatment for a tection.—Gilbert Hargreaves, phone \- Ba , ko gnopi phone 426-W or 627-W. sore on his Up. 1F12. __ l^ p _ . 27ul3-15 MMtfM SLEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT; k ELIABLE MAN WA NTED to call, also room for one car.—Mrs. W. . Qn farmers in Kossuth. Wonder- Spurbeck, 801 East State St., phone fu , opportunlty . Make If7 to $12 241-W. ilEHlil daily. No experience or capital 4 ne *uur v^n.d ^«v..~..> .v.™ i HUNT'S GOLD DRAGONS FRIDAY needed. — Write, MeNESS COM- Daughters club will meet this week night. Christmas night and New PANY, Dept. L. Freeport. 111. 28pl4 Thursday with Mrs. Carl Seip. The year's eve, feature dancea, Coliseum, £I OR S^LE—MAMMOTH~BRONZE I Four Corners $50 TO $300 . opening song will be Holy Night. Tltonka . and roll call will be answered with - 15pl4| SALE—MAMMOTH BRONZE turkey tome, $8; hens, ?5; also! I LUA IVDj fcUJiua ( ij>a t **w»*,o» «?" t e»,*»v i land roll call win t* answered W "-"|FOR SALE — 2 POLAND CHINA Barred Rock cockerels, priced right. Christmas dishes A Christmas poem sprlng boars . Prlced for quick _ Jos . Thomann, West Bend. ulS-14 lis to be given by Grace Walker. | _, e _ w j Bournei Algona and TWO SPOTTED POLAND CHINA --Ready Money QUICK CASH LOANS MADE— NO RED TAPE— LOANS MADE TO PAY TAKES, BILLS, ETC. YOU BORROW TODAY AND REPAY IN .SMALL, MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Milch Cow Loans A&k UH about our special low rate loan plan for the purpose Of purchasing -tntore Tnilch .cows. Daicy -cows assure a regular monthly income. "We will 'loan you money to buy additional cowi tor your herd at a special low rate, repay In small monthly payments. C«0l at our offtco or write us for full particulars. Fivot Door North of Iowa State Bank. INLAND HMK JMH | A grab basket will b« a feature. Several neighbors and friends gathered at William Dray-ton's a I week ago Sunday to help Mrs. Dray ton celebrate a was served. birthday. Dinner Lone Rock phones. FOR~SALE—SOME CHOICE Duroc Thompson. 17pl4-15[ boars for sale or trade. — F. S. llulS-14 Phono 55. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mitchell, Chicago. drove here- to visit the Etna I Mitchells a few days, arriving Saturday. Lester is a son of the Mitchells. A number of neighbors gathered at John Sabin's Saturday evening t 0 Shelp him celebrate his birthday. Lunch, was served. Mr. and Mrs-Arie Dittmer, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, and the Noble Mitchells spent Sunday at Etna Mitchell's to visit with Mr. and Mrs. -Lester Mitchell,, who ar here for a short visit from Chicago. Jersey spring boars.-r-J. H. Jen- DUROC JERSEY AND POLAND sen, 1% miles south of Seneca Con- China boars. These are good rug- solldated school. 17pl3-161 g e ^ heavy boned deep bodied boars. FOR RENT — 2-ROOM PARTLY The easy feeding kind. Good farmer modern downstairs apartment; boars at farmer prices.— Ben G. Stu- furnlahed or unfurnished.— Mrs. J. der, farm one mile south, one mile PER CENT To reduce these hazards, Stock Fife Insurance companies- through the National Boarf of Fire Underwriters and otW helpful STOCK INSURANCE! art Ttprtvmtuilv C*f*U WINDOW GLASS PLACED, prices lowest* BERT PEAL W Bates, phone 660- W »»d test important thao tbc p 7 ^ THE NATIONAL BQARP Of ; f»l §9 J»b* Strta, NEW YORK strut . .« fcftf* That Chriitma* Gift Problem Bv Off* 2 * ••»•-- «v j-——

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