Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 24, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 24, 1931
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• Here ire all. .the legendary Christmas fobd», ready to fill your larder. Good food and good cheer belong in the time merry company. (ranges V 16c Cranberries Sweet Potatoes Celery - - 2 IbH. 25c 8 Ibs. 25c Stalk 15c Butter ALGONA CREAMERY _. A|_ Ginger Ale LB. CKCQUOTCUI MLI DRY Christmas Candy Mixed Nats Brazil Nuts Camay Soqp 3"«17c Oxydol • " tLOCALS Kathryn MIsbach came home Sunday evening from Ames, where she Is n senior. Dg White, of Hurt, wns sick last wcek l wlth the flu but was able to bo out ogaln the first of the week. The Ilov. Louis Rlchmann, of Burt, visited the Rev. P. j. Braner last week Tuesday. t)r. and Mrs. Wm. Scholtcn, of Spirit Lake, will spend tomorrow with the latter's father, w. C. Danson. Dr. Scholter, Is a veterinarian. Oeo. W. Godfrey wns the principal speaker at the annual meeting of the Palo Alto county Farm Bureau at Emmetsburg Tuesday. There will bo a dnnco at the I O. O. F, hall tomorrow night. Sen advertisement elsewhere In this Issue for particulars. Kate Skinner, superintendent o schools at Lu Verne, Is spending he ne is the daughter of Mrs. Anna March. Mabel Roupe, Minneapolis, her sister Jessie, of Mason anTl City, tire expected tonight for Christmas. They are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roupe. .Both girls are employed by the Rod Ball Transportation company. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Clawson, Duluth, and their sohs Dick and Jim are expected .Friday, for a visit till after New Year's with Mrs. Clawson's sister, Mrs. N. Victor Lowe. Mr. Clawson Is watch Inspector for a railroad at Duluth. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Laird, Sioux Falls, and their son are expected tonight for a few days with Mrs. Laird's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove. Another daughter, Mrs. Miiry Patterson, Ottumwa, will also be here. Mrs. Nick Seeman, who had been nurse for Mrs. Frank '/Sender almost a month, returned to 'her home PAQEF1V11 and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll, and Is expected home for tfew Tear's. METHODIST, C .V, Hulsc, pnstor —The annual Chriatmaa program by the Sunday school will be given at the church Christmas eve. Mrs. Trlbon'H class Is arranging the tree and decorations, and Mrs. James Moore Jr., aHslsted by' Mrs. Ohleta Didrlksen, and Mrs. Harriet Anderson, Is In charge of the program. The public Is earnestly Invited to be present for these exercises . The program of Christmas music by the choir under the direction of Grace Miller Sunday evening attracted a good audience and was much appreciated. At the church Saturday afternoon a series of social hours were held for the various departments, at which time Christ- nt Llver more Sunday afternoon. mas treats were distributed among MrH - Vendor continues to Improve, vacation with her mother, ut is stl11 confined to her bed. as been bedfast five months, U. ATLANTIC * PACIFIC TEA CO. • Middle Western Division 60 TO THE SILVER GRAY CAFE FOR YOUR s manager of a Jane hop. Christmas Dinner Menu CHICKEN BROTH WITH RICE CHOICE OP ... ROAST YOUNG TURKEY, with oyster dressing ROAST DOMESTIC DUCK with cranberry sauce BAKED YOUNG X3O.OSE, with fruit dressing y 2 FRIED SPRING CHICKEN with cream gravy BAKED MILK FED CHICKEN, sage dressing ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF AU JUS ROAST LEG OF PIG, with spiced apples WHIPPED POTATOES CREAMED PEAS CRISP CELERY and SWEET PICKLES CRANBERRY SAUCE HOT MINCE PIE or ICE CREAM Good lunches served any time after the evening movie shows. holiday Mrs. E. .1. Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Menzol, of Ames, are expected today for ten days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Mrs. A. K. Cliff, who had been assisting the past week at the Book & Gift Shop, went to her home at Ames Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Williams will spend Christmas at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. Rex Van Alstine, at GUmore City. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nugent are spending Christmas with the latter's mother, Mrs. w. H. Todd, at Manchester. Joe Pajcson has been sick since last Thursday. He has been at home suffering with a cold ami liver trouble. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall drove county recorder, to Mason City Friday night to meet their daughter. Kathryn, stu dent at Cedar Falls. Beulah Hartshorn, employed a the beauty shop over Bloom's store will spend Christmas at her home a Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch an the children, Billy and Joan, spen Sunday at Belmond with M Pletch's parents. Drusllla Caughlln spent Sunday at Ireton with her sister, Mrs. Al- vln Karr. She Is employed at the Paine & Sorensen drug store. Dorothy Whitney, who teaches at Lakefield, Minn., is expected home today for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney. Laughlin ("Bud") Quinn, who is employed in a lumberyard at Le Mars, is expected today for a few days with his sister, Mrs. Joel Herbst. The Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows, of Dallas Center, will spend Christmas with the latter's parents, Mr: and Mrs. C. C. Wright. Mr. Burrows is a Presbyterian minister. Bernice Hargreaves, who teaches in the Intermediate grades at Charles City, is spending her holiday vacation with her parents, Mr. and' Mrs, P. H. Hargreaves. Mary Janice Rice, attending Wei lesley college at AVellesley, Mass. got home Saturday for a visit til after .the holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice. Agnes Rice, professor in th Illinois State Teachers college, a Normal, 111., came Tuesday for visit during the holidays with th P. P. Zerfasses and the N. C. Rice; Opal Morrison, who teaches at L Verne, is spending the holidays a the home of her parents, Mr. an Mrs. Mark Sarchett, north of tow farmers. Muriel Body went to he home a Sac City yesterday to spend Chris She the youngsters. Next Sunday morn- Ing Dr. W. H. Lease, district su- I perintendertt of the Algona district, Mrs. C. B. Nasby, of Omaha, came will direct the thought of the morn- ne day last week for a visit tilling meditation. Dr. Lease ie al- ext Sunday with her parents, Mr. [ways a welcome visitor and his nd Mrs. K. D. James. Mr. Nasby presence next Sunday will be a des expected today, and they will light . . . Next Sunday evening pend Christmas eve at Mr. Nas- Franklin Evans, cornetist, will fea- y's home In Bode. ture the program of music and Mrs. N. C. Skow; Omaha, and her worship. Those who have heard aughter Helen came Friday for a Mr. Evans know what a treat his with the former's mother, Mrs. Playing affords and are asked to Cate Turner. Dorothy Turner, of help secure a good attendance for Mr. and Mrs. Anton Anderson and their granddaughter jean Simmons will spend Christmas with the Lyman Andersons at Eagle Grove. Lyman is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson., Mrs. Lorina Simmons and her youngest daughter Jane had expected to go to -Eagle Grove, ,but Jane has been 111 since the first of the week With chlckenpox. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cliff, Ames, their daughter Mary Lou, and sons Bill and Bob, are spending Christmas here. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff -and Mary Lou will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Mr. • Sherman, who Is receiver of a state bank at Traer, Is expected home today. Mr. Cliff will return to Ames Sunday, but Mrs. Cliff and 'laughter will remain for a week. George Free, who Is a student nt the state university at Iowa City, came Saturday for a visit till after the holidays. His wife and his mother, Mrs. George H. Free, met him at .iMvermore that morning. George's wife and daughter Suzanne have been here a few weeks with Mrs. Free's mother, County Record er Laura 'Paine. Mrs. Free and baby will accompany Mr. Free back to Iowa City. Mrs. Helen McMahon Harig Is assisting at the county treasurer's office helping to make out the 1932 automobile licenses. Mrs. Harig has helped at the treasurer's office foi operate a beauty shop there, Mrs. Wllkins,' who is well known to Al- gonlans, was employed by Mrs. Bdythe DaJley before she went to California, whence she and Mr. WH- klns returned last spring. She was employed In a beauty shop at Oakdale two years. Mrs. Wllklns is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller, southwest of town. ' -•• Mrs. L. J. Dickinson has resumed the Washington letters which ,-fslie has for the last two, pr three years Des Moines, is expected today. She this service . , .The various organ- Gray dress izatlons of this church, Aid, missionary societies, Epworth League Mrs. E. C. Dickinson wnt to Fond and Sunday school classes are co- lu Lac, WIs., yesterday for a week operating with other community or- at the home O f her daughter, Mrs. ganizations in the distribution of R. E. Whitney. Mrs. Whitney will Christmas baskets, In caroling, and »e remembered as Elizabeth Dick- other efforts toward a Merry inson. Mrs. Dickinson is deputy Christmas for all. . flfgf* written tor the Fort Dod^e ger and other Iowa papers, one this season appeared In the Messenger a week ago. The letters, which are addressed to ''My J&ea* 1 Jane," a fictitious character, deal with Washington society and other news and are interesting. Last peek's letter to the Messenger clod* ed'wjth the-announcement that the" Dickinsons were shortly to be din* ner guests of President and MrB. Hoover. mm*. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman and PRESBYTERIAN, J. U Coldnnn, daughter Elizabeth Ann will go to pastor — As we approach the New Maxwell this afternoon to spend Year naturally our thoughts turn Christmas at the borne of Mrs. to tne days and mon ths ahead with Stillman's mother, Mrs. Minnie some degree of anticipation of what Holland. They expect to return tney may mean to us . Tne twilight home Sunday. O f the old year Invites you and your Margaret Blossom and Dorothy friends to meet in' the appointed Sellstrom arrived home from Iowa p i ace O f worship in a retrospec- Falls Friday night. They came t i ve moo a ant i see k if you can to with Kathryn McCall, whose par- meas ure the new year In terms of ents met them at Mason City. Thej g rea ter endeavor for the good and several years during the license season. Ruth Bishop is also help Ing at the county treasurer's offdc making out and preparing tax lists She has helped do this working during the Christmas season for several years. Mre. Harig began work Saturday, and Ruth on Monday. L. A. Wlnkel, E. C. McMahon, 3. J. McEvoy, Joseph Bestenlehner, M. C. McMahon, and John Glsch attended a district Knights of Co- umbus officers' meeting at metsburg Sunday afternoon. girls are students at the Iowa State eachers college. L, A. Crull came yesterday to pend the winter with his daughter, Irs. J. L. Bonar. Mr. Crull has een at the home of a daughter at fellogg. He has spent the past few vlnters here. Mrs. Bonar drove to ewcll yesterday to meet him.. Ruth Stokes spent last week with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. tokes. Ruth is stenographer in Christmas Greetings Across the plains of Bethlehem The Angels made their way, To hring the same good tidings That we send to you today. L"* "* On Christmas night, the sky is bright With goodly Yuletide cheer, To wish you health and happiness Through all the coming year. Morrison Beauty Shop .»4»^^^*fr*** mas with" her parents. She is pected back Sunday. Miss Body the Farm Bureau H. D. A Mr and Mrs. J. S. Auner and their daughters Josephine and Margaret went to Des Moines Monday for a visit till Sunday with Mr Auner s parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Auner. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Zittritsch, of McGregor, are expected today for several days with the forrners parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Zittritsch, and sister, Mrs. Hugh Post. Joel Herbst, of Bank Examiner R H. Miller's staff, spends his Fridays at St. Benedict, where he looks he Medical Arts building at Mm neapolis. She began work Monday jhe works for six doctors in the building. Ruth recently finished a msiness course at Mankato, Minn Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Sheehan wen :o Des Moines Tuesday, and from .here to Davenport to spend Christmas with the latter's sister, Mrs. a t 10 iloyal Rapp. Mr. Sheehan will return after the holidays, but Mrs. Sheehan will go on to Chicago for several weeks with 'her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R'ist, Eau Claire, Wis., and their son Richard came Monday for a visit during the holidays with Lewis's parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Rist. Emily Rlst returned Monday from Minneapolis, where she had visited friends since last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison and baby daughter came Monday to spend the holidays with Mr. Hutchison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison, and Mrst Hutchisons parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Theo. is a law student at the state university. Mrs. isabelle Houser, Mrs. Se- true in life. . The evening hour Is dedicated to the youth! The En deavorers will be in charge and are asking all young people to join them In making the hour replete with the thought and hope of New Year's responsibilities. BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hucscr, pas tor—The Villain in the Christmas drama will be' the subject of th sermon Sunday night. The Sunday night Christmas services have bee well attended. Do not miss this las one. We have tried to leave th best till the last. It is our sincer belief that you will not be dlsap pointed . . . Morning Worship at 11, sermon subject, Sitting Where the Other Fellow Sits . . Sunday school Em Mr. Winkel is grand knight of the local chapter; 'E. C, McMahon, fi nanclal secretary; Mr. McEvoy, treasurer; Joseph Bestenlehner, recording secretary; M. C. McMahon, lecturer, and John Olsch, inside guard. Dr. and Mrs. Elwin -Rawson, Anamosa, the Merrill Rawsons, Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Neal, Dexter, and their son Rawson, Esther Rawson, Ames, and Georgia Rawson, of Chicago, will be Christmas guests of Mrs. E. J. Rawson. Dr. and Merrill are sons, and Mrs. Neal, Esther and Georgia are daughters of Mrs. Rawson. Esther is as slstant registrar at the state college the Chi B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 Christmas program tonight at 7:30. P. C. Club Meets Wednesday— The Plum Creek club met last week Wednesday with Mrs. Floyd Bacon, with Elsie Willrett assisting hostess. The program consisted of Christmas games and stunts. The next meeting will be held January 6 with Mrs. Mary Kain, and Mre Ed Kain is assisting hostess I5A r . LUTHERAN, P. J. Braner, pastor—Christmas eve at 7:30 the Christmas program will be given . . . Christmas day—German festival services at 10:30 ... Next Sunday services as usual. Sunday school at 10; English service at 10:30. Everybody welcome. and Georgia is manager of Teachers Service Bureau at cago. ' B. F. Felt, who since he sold his Wesley store a few years ago has divided his time between his summer home at Wesley and his winter home at Rockledge, Fla., renewed hie Advance subscription last week and added this note for the benefit of Editor W. C. Dewel: "Am glad to know you are on deck once more. If you were down here this winter you would think you were on a double-decker In this beautiful climate of sunshine. Many northern tourists are coming early this season.' Mrs. Alice Miller Wilkins began work a week ago Monday at the Marigold Beauty Shop No. 2 as Hilda Campbell's successor. Miss Campbell went to her home at Pine Island, Minn., early last week to To the hundreds of friends who have made possible the building up of a fine Insurance business in Kossuth county we send our thanks and Heartiest Season's Greetings. We appreciate that but for your good-will to•ward us and your'interest-in, the various lines of insurance coverage we sell, • our success would be im- .possible. . With your continued friendehip we propose to go ahead more strongly than ever; giving you the very Best Possible Service in Every Way, and the Very Best Settlements Possible. We represent some of the strongest and most reliable Insurance Organizations doing business in • Iowa; all operating on the Mutual Plan, with strong J legal reserves, and managed by officers of the high- . est integrity. j AN INSURANCE COMPANY IS AS "GOOD" AS THE : CHARACTER OF THE MEN WHO MANAGE IT! WE REPRESENT STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY (Farm Bureau Insurance) —over Fourteen Thousand Dollars in settlements in Kossuth county in the last'18 months. Largest legal Reserve-Mutual Automobile Insurance Company in America. Represented by 7,000 agents in 30 states. Service in all U. S. and Canada. High-class protection at lowest cost. RETAIL MERCHANTS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY. All kinds of (Fire and Windstorm Insurance.) -••-': INTER-STATE BUSINESS MEN'S ACCIDENT AS- 5 SOCIATION. (Health and Accident Insurance;) j SQUARE DEAL MUTUAL HAIL ASSOCIATION. ! Market-value policies. . j WE ARE ASSOCIATED with other Insurance Organizations which enable us to supply you highest class Life Insurance, or any type of policy for any form of protection in which you may be'in- terested. , ' Write us, see us, or call us up, any time, and let us quote you rates, or give you the benefit of our knowledge of insurance facts. HUTCHINS INSURANCE SERVICE H. D. HUTCHINS, Manager PHONE 205 ••'-.; Res. 409 E. North st, 2 blocks North of Creamery. -n I '« A 'f f 'J$ , <a, 111 \ V $i <i f ; -m f ~$ % y f -?! >•'. "I rena Clapsaddle, with their families, of Corwith, and the Nels Mitchells will be Christmas day guests of Dora and Mary Mitchell. Mrs. Houser and Mrs. Clapsaddle are sisters of Dora and Mary, and Nels is their brother. after the affairs of Savings bank. Mr. and Mrs. O. 'the People's Erickson wnt to Rhinelander, Wis.. yesterday to spend .the holidays at the home of Mrs. . Erickspn's mother. Mr. Erickson ls,hardware salesman. >Drand Mrs. Fred Bunker, of Pa- tonViind son Richard, will come , today ?o spend Christmas ^^ M ™' Bunker's parents, Mr and Mrs O S. Llndsey. Dr. Bunker is a den- tlS }' C. Smith, of Kansas City. Mo spent Friday with his brother, County Engineer H M. Smith, with an e J. Mr. at the home of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. W- A. ardson. Mr. Bunner operates a cafe at ^-° r and > °Mrs' Theodore Hutchison arrived Monday evening **™*™£ where Theodore Is a junior student. They will spend the sB&srfffr-; SSg-rscsEfls: son H. K- and his Overmyer, who Dorothy Jones, of Philadelphia, arrived Monday for Uv.o weeks with her mother, Mrs. George Peck, and other relatives. Dorothy is a registered nurse, and is employed by a doctor in Philadelphia. She took her training in a hospital at Carroll, where she will visit. friends before returning east. Clair Blossom went to Oklahoma Citv Saturday where he was to drive back a car stolen at Minneapolis some time ago. He is driving the car back for his uncle, who is manager of a Ford Finance company at Minneapolis. He is expected to stop at home for Christmas on his way back to Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kresensky. Mankato, and child, Ray Kresensky of Bellevue, Mr. and Mrs. Don SSani Bavenport. and the Walter Welsbrods, of Fenton, will be Christmas guests of Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. Lewis and Ray are sons, Tnd Mrs. Allan and Mrs. We stood are daughters of Mrs. Kf^ensky, The Rotary club will hold Us meeUng R txt y Monday in the Odd Fellow's hall. The Algona hotel dining room has been closed for two weeks to give employees a vaca ion and to refinlsh part of the floor. This is the hotel's annual custom. The Kiwanis club does not plan to meet this week or next. Mrs. G. S. Buchanan returned week ago Saturday from Marshall- own, where she had been for three weeks, attending her mother, Mrs. p. W Russell, who had been ser- lo'usly'-sick, following a major operation. Mrs. Buchanan believes her mother, who is 71, to now out of coach in the schools of Hlnsdale Before going to Hinsdale last fall he taught here. • Evelyn Bode took part In a Christ mas masque Emmanuel which was presented at Clarke college at Du buque last week Tuesday, She had the part of a dancer in the masque and was a member of the senior group that sang The Angeles, at the Sodality program a week ago Sun day evening. More than 150 stu dents took part in the program. Mrs C H. Williams returned Monday from Streeter, 111. where she and Mr. Williams took the body of Mrs. William's father, William of last of Britt, CallTheatre Extra Special Attractions for the Holidays . Gay, who died recently. Mr. Williams returned the first week. Mrs. Frank Bandy, who accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Williams to Streeter, came hime with Mrs. Williams. Ruth Hutchison, who teaches at Rockwell City, came home Sunday and will spend her Christmas vaca-. tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R J. Hutchison. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dbrweiler, West Bend, Mr, and Mrs. "Bud" Lawson, Corwtth, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison, Wesley, will pe other Christmas day guests of their parents, the Hutchisons. Tyrrell Ingersoll, Cedar Rapids, underwent an operation {f r - a PP ein ; dlcitls at St. Luke's hospital. Cedar Rapids, Saturday. He had been ill for several days before the operation. Tyrrell, who Is practicing law with the firm of Wheeler, Elliott & SJymieworth. is the son of Mr. AND HAPPY NEW YEAR appreciation to, our wi for thf w mm with Parents, 8«pt. and F OvSwrer. Her parents met her ern state teachers Vera, who has been ill with penmonla for three weeks, was Sunday. Yarn's . er Mrs. Jennie Hagen, of Tltonka, 1« the family. will Algona Hottl u T TO Masons w spend M* met Adele at Tuesday, Wednesday, Dec. 22-28 BIG 3-WAY PROGRAM JACKIE COOPER NORMA SHEARER CLARK GABLE MARIE DRESSLER POLLY MORAN and dozens of other stars In Jackie's Christmas Party He entertains his pals—it's a riot! CHESTER MORRIS ALISON LOYD in "Corsair" An all-American football player as a hi-jacker on the open sea. Thursday, December 21 EBDIE visiting here, m Smith left last week *$£'. ^F^VWOWS- She formerly Uv«d at RejwU*. cashier of » ban*- We sincerely wish you all a Merry Christmas and! Prosperous New We can make it easy for the shopper who finds it difficult to decide • it's, a very simple matter to find » gift that will suit him here. in "The Tip Off" Quillan gave us "Big Money." It was wonderful. Friday, December 25, Christmas 1 and 3 o'clock matinees—10-35c. 6-7-9-11 o'clock shows regular price Remember, a full show after 11 p. m. RUDY WEIDOFT, Saxophone band RUDY VALLEE, Kitty from Kan, sas City; Bing Crosby in I Surrender, Dear, —and— Saturday Matinees, 1:30 and 3:30. A chance to see the wonderful DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in 'Round the World in 80 Minutes' If you miss Christmas day plan to see it at one of these matinees. Saturday, December 36 TOM KEENE in a "corking" western Freighters of Destiny* Sunday, December 27 BUDDY ROGERS STUART ERWIN PAUL LUCAS FRANCES DEE in "Working Girls'* Can you mix love with business? These modern maidens say yes! Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday December 28.29*30 Matinee Tuesday at 2:30 \-m CHAS. JANET GAYNOB EL BBENDEL in Another "Sunny Side Up 1 * "Delicious" • • • It has a musical background. % •v; '«P r •* s 4 K E Book and Gift Shop New Pewter, - v ^: v t ,-' • •• ..- i\O4«>M>.%^.'i-^^... H^.-^-^.'.. -* I'M* ii T'nirrkaifn

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