Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 24, 1931 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 24, 1931
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'***« CHRISTMAS GREETINGS and to our many friends and customers F. W. WEHLER & CO, Jewelers and Optometrists. Phone 240. •;. NICK'S Shoe Repair Shop SPECIAL 85c 75c 35c 15c 25c 25c Men's shoes, half soled Women's shoes half soled ' Men's rubr fcer h,e,els . Women's spike heels' _ Women's / coupon hee.ls.. Leather or rubber! Children'^ ages 8 to 10 shoes half soled for ;____ NICK'S SHOE SHOP East State St. Phone 795 60C FATHER ELLER IS NAMED TO ENGLISH POST Father F. A> Thornld Eller, who has been priest In charge of EmmetsburR and Algona Episcopal churches, with residence at Emmetsburg, during the la-st year or more, has IKXMI appointed to the rectorship of an English church by his cousin, Major Sir John Thorold, and shortly leave for his. new .post. Father Eller has been coming to Algona fur services every Sunday, and it is expected that next Sunday evening will be his lost visit... He will be accompanied to England by his wife and torn- children. An- inunclng his prospective return to he old country, last week's Em- netsbuix Democrat said: . • • First Scrvi-d In Cunuclii. .Father.,Eller name to Canada m ,907. He served churches in bho 'rovlnces of Saskatchewan and Alberta for seven years. In 1914. ha v;is railed ;(o>be Hsslstant rector of •it. Mark's Cathedral, Grand llaptds, 'licli. He has remained in tho United States slnoo that time, hold- ng cures In Michigan, Nebrasgii, flnssaeluiseUs, Connecticut, New Mexico, and Texas. Ho came to the Diocese nf Iowa just a year ago. The new appointment is tor life, .nd right in the county of Lincoln, vhere Father Eller's ancestors have >een either siiuires or priests of the church of England Cor many gener- The village Is situated on ^ main 'highway tour miles from the own ot Grantham. Lincolnshire, vhere there still exists a medieval nn, "The Angel", once owned by he Temple Bruer Commandery of ancient order of Knights Templar. Over the gateway of this inn are :arved the figures of Edward the Third nnd his queen (1327-77). To'Servo "Two ChurclieH. Father Kller will serve two churches, both on his cousin's estate. Mint only half a mile apart. They ar« stono structures which ia\'e withstood the storms of nearly seven centuries. A beautiful stone •ectory and three acres of garden and lawn gv> with tho place. •Forty mile.s away lies tho old city IO le al •q. ,51 H), IP n, 111 to iy, I'V FIFTH GRADE PUPILS TO 6H FREE PHOTOS The A. L. Peterson studio la going to make free portraits of all fifth grade pupils of tW* Algona schools as a Cihrlstmas gift. The studio regrets being late, but with the holiday rush on.lt was, the best that could be done. All fifth grade children are to appear at the studio during- the forenoons of next week according to a schedule that follows. Each will have his picture taken, and receive a full size 5x7 photo^ graph free. The studio says the children don't even have to say thank you. Also, there will be absolutely no urging to buy extra prints. Tho schedule by which the 3(j 0^ Wmidalng Fifty yt Christmas a Mfl "W/" li 9,11(1 W i JlJ The event ceremony Rev.' Mr. Methodist years ago or two ea building. The brl den FosU an SO-acr now Lon the east. here in S ^*>r»tv» A /I a MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY NEW YEAR BIGHT-WAY GROCERY Cathrin M. Green, Prop. of Lincoln, with its massive cathedral overlooking the capital of the county. This cathedral is filled with all kinds o c Interesting relics oc a bygone age. Wife Was English «lrl. After seven years in Canada and 18 in the U. S. A., going- to England means a big upheaval and a great change for the family, but security for life in these troublesome times is .something which most men would wish to secure. Father Kller married an English girl before- leaving- in 11907, and theiv are four children, two Canadians, one English, and an American son. He asks leave to thank the people of the Emmetsburg church -for unfailing kindness and cooperation during 'his pastorate. He bids farewell with regret to friends both in and out of the church and hopes that better times are- just around 'the corner for them and the good old U. S. A. His resignation takes effect February 1, or sooner, if arrangements can be maie. ALGONIAN'S FATHER PASSES SUDDENLY the first letter of the last name. Children whose names begin with A, B, 0, V, or E, Are to go to the studio on Monday morning, F, G, H, I, on Tuesday, J, K, L, M, on Wednesday. O, P, Q, R, S, on Thursday, and all the other letters from T to Z on Friday. The child whose-mime begins with X 'Will get two photographs. The children are to. appear before 11 o'clock. CHRISTMAS TO BE OBSERVED AUUVERNE Lu Vurne. Dec. 22—All Lu Verne churches are preparing programs to be given on Christmas eve. The children of the Christian Day school will furnish the program for the Lutheran church. There will be a miscellaneous program at the Evan- •gellcal church, concluding with a pageant by te yo'ung people. The Story Beautiful. The same pageant will be given at the Presbyterian church, besides dialogs, songs, etc. To Bethlehem will be the pageant at the Methodist church, and a play, The Christmas Angel, will be given. Special offerings for missions will be made. Evangelical.church members sent a Christmas box to the mission station in Kentucky, where on married. the a few >f the Bryant school The bride wns a daughter of Tll- f, who had homesteaded i farm adjoining what Is Rock's main street on The bridegroom had come here in September of the eame year Adftlr county, east of Des Molnes. The bride had visited a sister In Adalr county the winter before, and that being the winter of the big snow, with trains abandoned for months at a time, she ha< had to stay at her sister's all win ter, a-circumstance which gave Dan Cupid a chance to do his work. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winkle were married the same day and at,.! the same hour, but though the couples were acquainted neither knew o the other's wedding till the nex day, when they happened to come together for wedding pictures a the J. F. Nicoulln studio. Mrs Winkle, who was a rural teacher had for a time roomed and boardei at the Foster home. Both couples have lived all thei married lives In or near Algona The Naudains have lived the whol time on Elm street. They rearet four sone, Earl, Vivian, Vallo, , anc Glenn. Vivian died 15 years ago Earl lives In California, Vallo i associated with his father In th coal business here, and Glenn I professor of chemistry In a stat girls' school at Rock Hill, S. C. Mr. Naudaln, who Is In excellen health, Is at his office daily. Durin the last few years has been greatly Mrs. Naudal: troubled wltl rheumatism,:> and on this account n observance of the Golden Weddin has been planned, though cards an nounclng the event have been sen to relatives and 'close friends. Ben WinUics Wed 50 Years- Mr, and Mrs. Ben Winkle will ob Chrlitmat Progranu (Continued from Page 1.) Muckey; Eleazar, Harlan Slgsbee; Samuel, Melvln Reeves; Obed, Rusell Sands! Hosed, Merrill Yeoman. Part II—The Wise Men. Melcholr, Maurice Mitchell; Gaspar, Robert Richardson; Balthazar, Donald Parsons; Iris, Ida Halpln; Mary, Ella Mae Johnson. Part III—Christmas In the Present. Alice, Frances Barker; Joyce, Gwendolyn Haxton; Mary, Eleanor Thorpe; George,, Charles Morrow; James, Donald Johnson; Angel, Valeria Plckett; Mary, Marian Rising; Joseph, Vaughn Rteing. Sunday en's mothetf MM. O* 8i The children held then* latt prafc tlc4 Sunday afternoon tot tM Christmas program, Mrs. Harvey Steven and Ha Ol»«y . dlfectlntf ' '• Algona Defeats Clarion. ; Algona defeated Clarloft at bftjj-' ketbnll In, the local gymnasium Ffl' dav evening 30-0. The game was! fast and' the score was fairly even till after the second half, wheh the team jumped ahead. The next game on . nex ga on the home floor will be played next week Wednesday evening with Brltt. ' NOTICE Of -SHEEIFF'S SAM church was printed last week. Kieing. STATE OF IOWA, The program at the Presbyterian ° coggt[TH COU NTY, SS Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a General Execution directed to me, from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered In said Court on the 8th day of of December, 1931, In favor of L. P. Courshon. Company Inc., as plaintiff, and against F. J Hatten, as defendant, for the sun of Two Hundred Ninety-Two and Esther Merkle is teaching. Students Study Decliun Pieces — An unusually large number of high school students have signed for declamatory work this year. Most of them have selected read- Ings, and expect to memorize them during the holiday vacation. Richard Niver, Vernon Lang, Byron Jones, and Elsie Hunt have chosen oratorical selections; Yulahmae Murray, Armintha Johnson, Gwen- Christmas. High won by Mrs. H. serve their 50th wedding anniver _ *arv «L<,«v The event will be were Mesdames R. H. Spencer, R. noon. Mrs. F. L. Powell won the high score; Mrs. R. W. Roeder, the low; and Mrs. J: J. Dooley the guest prize. After the game a three- course lunch was served. The decorations were In 'keeping with Christmas. W. H. C. to Meet. Monday— A special meeting of the Woman's Relief Corps will be held at the Legion hall Monday evening at 7:30. Every member Is urged "to come as there Is Important business to transact. Other Society News Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willson entertained at a Christmas dinner Sunday. Guests were the Edw. Hauptmans, Convlth, the Roy Jensens, Lone Rock, Joe Elvidge, Lone Rock, and the Wm. Dehnerts, of Algona. Mrs. Hauptman and Mrs. Jensen are nieces of Mr. and Mrs.' Willson, and Mr. Elvidge and Mr. Dehnert are brothers-in-law. Mrs. F. D. Williams entertained 12 women last week Wednesday afternoon. At one o'clock a two course luncheon wns served at three small tables decorated In keeping with Christmas. Contract bridge was the afternoon's entertainment, with Mrs. F. C. Scanlan and Mrs. H. W. Pletch winning high scores. Mrs. E. A. Scheme! entertained her bridge club at luncheon and bridge Monday. A two-course luncheon was served at tables decorated in keeping with bridge score was M. Hauberg, Guests of the club ,wdtk _,. Ti , -,-„-,-,* ittifl?. married hian if$? V «lar6h i.^LofeH Brown, Xl- 1 FKEE—A 3 set with endi Hew Maytag purchased between Christmas and etha Jones, Charline Christenson, Roberta Masterson, dramatic; Alysmae Ramus, Dorothy Mae Helen Kuehler, Jeanne Jennings, Carmen Hes.se, Florence Thompson, and and Lindebak, Maxine and Marjorie Sidney, Dorothy Stoddard, Eileen Neal Phyllis Luthy, Ruth Robertson Vernon Gronbach, and Grant Jennings, humorous. . celebrated by a dinner with the following in attendance: Mr. Winkle's sister, Augusta Winkle, his brother Ed, of Algona, Mrs. Winkle's sister Mrs. E. J. Dormay, Minneapolis, a brother, jay Potter, of California, and Mr. and Mrs. Winkle's only child, Clair, of Burt, and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Winkle were married .in Algona on the site of the present Zender & Caldwell store. There was a furniture store there :hen, owned and operated by Mrs. Winkle's stepfather, Lewis Leasing, and the family lived in the "rear of the building. Mrs. Winkle, who was Ida Potter before her mar- Surprise Party Is Given— A surprise party honoring H. M Colwell was given" by members o the Bible class of which he Is-teach er, at the W. B. Mason home last week Tuesday evening. The Col wells had been entertained'at a DANCE ACADEMY HALL Whittomore Tuesday, December 29 Auspices Academy Alumni Association ]VIusic by AL MENKE'S GANG Admission 75c PROSPERITY It Just around the corner. We will It M further BOOST by advancing YOU 8800 Oft I/Egg to pay your local MERCHANTS all your raised- laneoua obligation!, tfien repay ns in very- small convenient " ritomthly payments. You can secure what money you fieed today by seelngr CUNNINGHAM & LACY Phone 508. Algona, Local Representative for FEDERAL FINANCE CO. SORE THROAT? DON'T GARGLE ?ou tid ((uicker, better relief with Thoxinu. a prescription exclusively (or tlii'o:it ailments. The very first B wallow ivlieves the throat soreness. Its internal action removes the causa which otherwise might develop i)ilo-.;.orioua illness. Mail coughH are caused by an irritated Uiro.U ; Thoxine stops these at onct». iSiifo for the whole family — no Many Algonians acquainted with U. P. Norton's father, W. A. Norton, Marshalltown, who had visited at the homo of his son here frequently, will be. grieved to learn of his death last week Wednesday at the Deaconess hospital, Marshalltown, following an illness of four days. His death was due to diabetes. • He'was 72 years old, but would have been 73 Friday. Mr. Norton owned a chain of oil stations known as the Corn Belt Oil company, and he attended to business till his illness began. Funeral services were conducted Saturday at tho Baptist Temple, Marshalltown, and burial was made in Marshalltown. Mr. Norton is survived by his widow, the sons Raymond, of Algona, and Wayne, at Marshalltown; a brother, L. R. Norton, of Tampa, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. G. A. Smith, Long Beach, Calif.; and three grandchildren, Gustavus A. Smith, Long Beach, Catherine Brand, Honolulu, and Richard Norton, Algona. Mrs. Smith's husband ,and Catherine Brand are twin children-of W. L. • Brand, former Algonians, and the late Mrs/ Brand was a' sister of R. P. After Mrs. Brand's .death Gustabus was adopted by Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. R. P. Norton, who had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mm. Frank Brugler, Milford Center, O., two weeks, joined her husband and son Richard, who had been called to Marshalltown earlier in the week. Mrs. F. F. Barker also attended the funeral. H. Miller, and F. E. Kent. Mrs. W. H. Anderson, Sioux Falls, S. D., and son Harlan visited from Saturday till Monday with the Anton Andersons. Mrs. Anderson attended the funeral of her brother, Archie Moore, at Burt, Sunday. The Loyal Temperance Legion meets with Mrs. -Ellis McWhorter next week Wednesday. Roll call, something about Christmas, and the lesson siibject is Christmas and What It Means. The Eastern Stars:will have a special meeting next Tuesday evening. The meeting will be followed by games and dancing. 43/100 ($292.43) Dollars and costs') taxed at Seven and 75/100 ($7.76) Dollars and accruing costs, I - have levied upon the following described personal property as the property of. the sold F. J. Hatten to sattefy said execution, to-wlt: 1.model 90 all- electric Majestic radio, all radio tubes on shelves along west wall, several rolls of brake lining in display rack, 1 10-Inch Westinghouse electric fan, 3 radio boosters for battery eet radio, 5 radio loud speakers, 1 large steel safe, all parts such as crank shafts, cam shafts, gears, bearings, timing gear chain, valves, etc.; ateo all rim bolts and lugs, tire pump tubing, 1 battery set Radlola No. 20, 1 All-Amerlcan set battery radio, and 1 Thompson set battery radio, 1 Atwater Kent 6-tube radio No. 35, 13 5-gallon cans of French auto oil, 22 1-gallon cans of denatured alcohol, 13 automobile tires, all Inner tubes and tire boots, patching cement, top dressing, stop leak; ateo all car awnings, 13 leather halters, 8 rope halters, 1 set breeching harness with bridles; also all hold back straps, hitch straps, 3 pair of lines, for harness, 11 leather collars, and 11 canvas collars, all fan belts on display rack, 5 large steel clevis's, 20 yellow sweat pads, 13 Imitation leather sweat pads, and 17 felt sweat pads. 8 neck or collar pads; also all engine gaskets, all articles of merchandise In show case, 1 Favorite hard coal stove, 4 5-gallon cans of Enarco motor oil, 1 Phoenix electric .radio, 1 Corona portable adding machine, 1 50-gallon oil barrel with pump and. containing • about 15 gallons of oil, 1 •50-gallon oil barrel with pump and containing about 10 gallons of auto oil; all above property, now located Wishing you a real old-fashioned Merry Christmas —and—Happy New Year F. S. Norton & Son v "Tne Yard That Saves and Satisfies" Phone 229 f GREETINGS o'clock dinner at the Mason horn in honor of Mr. Colwell and Mis Lottie Mason's birthdays which both fell on that date, and the mem bers of the class went to spend th evening. Games were played and a lunch was served. Mrs. Banmirartner Honored— Mrs. Matt Baumgartner Sr. was gueat of honor a week ago Sunday at a big dinner served at her hotpe on the occasion of her 78th birthday. After the dinner the guests spent the afternoon visiting. . The Walter Zentners, Fred Zentner, Algona, the Wm. Zentners, the Fred Baumgartner, and Matt Baumgart- ners were present. riage, was born In Illinois and when she was a small girl came to Iowa with her widowed mother, who homesteaded northeast of Sexton. She taught in the rural schools of the county till her marriage. Mr. Winkle came to Iowa with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winkle, In 187€. The family lived in 'Wisconsin. After Mr. and Mrs. Winkle's marriage they farmed In Plum Creek township two years, when they moved' to town: Th«y lived here a few years and then farmed on the Black Cat, north of town. They lived there |14 years, when they moved to Algona where they have lived ever since. Mr. Winkle drayed here for some yeara. Mrs. Winkle, who Is 73 years oM, has been crippled to some extent with rheumatism, from which she •has suffered the past several year* Mr. Winkle, who Is 76, is in good health. Mr. and Mrs. Winkle have three grandsons, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkle, of Burt. the F. building now J. Hatte'n, occupied in Ban- SEXTON WOMAN IS UNHURT IN GAR CRASHJN ALGONA Sexton, Dec. 22 — Mrs. Hugh Jeimett escaped serious injury Saturday at Algona, when she drove her car into a truck loaded with coal at the corner a block east of the Adhrattce office. She was blinded by the sun and did not see the truck. Her car, a Ford sedan, had the radiator crushed bock and the front axle bent. Mrs. Jennett was croft, Kossuth county, Iowa, and I will proceed to sell eaid property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In hand, on the 6th day of January, 1932, at the east door of the Courthouse In Algona, in Kossuth county, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., of said day, when and where due '.attendance-- will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 14th day of December, 1931. L. B. HOVEY. Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Neiman & Leake, anhnrt. August Kirschbaum TO OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS We extend Our Season's Greetings A MERRY CHRISTMAS —and— A JOYOUS NEW YEAR Algona Greenhouses Aug. Hucnhold & Sons Plaintiffs Attorneys. 16-16 Show Clears $25— The benefit program by the progressive club Monday evening was a success financially and socially. Proceeds totaled •fa 5, which will be given to the milk fund. The cast was well chosen and all the parts of the play were well taken.' After the play a social time was en- Joyed, and lunch was served. Girls Win Two Games- Last week Tuesday the Lu Verne basketball'teams split a doubleheod- er at the local gym with Gllmore The scores were, 38-12 in Teachers JHav» Christmas Party— The December teachers' commit tee held' a • Christmas party at the high schoolbulldlng Saturday'nigh'l. The dining room, a hall, and the music room were decorated with Christmas trees and other Christmas decorations. As the guests came into the main corridor they left a Christmas gift at a tree in the corridor, and Antoinette Bonnstetter will distribute the gifts to the poor. A three-course dinner was served In the dining room at tables lighted with candles In candelabras. At each place was a box of candy wrapped In Christmas paper. After dinner the guests were asked to go to the music room, and forget that they were grownups and to be youngsters again. In the music room was a large Christmas brought the car to his gurage here for repairs. Suffers from Blood-poisoning— Mrs. John McMahon Jr. Is suffer- Ing from an infection in one of her legs caused by falling on a rusty nail. Blood-poisoning set In. School Gives Christmas Program- Marie Harris Is giving a Christmas program at her school Tuesday this week. The schoolhouse is two miles north on the Tltonka road. Christmas Program last Night— A Christmas program will bo given this week Wednesday evening at 8. The usual treats will be given out after the program. Other Sexton News. Ruth Miller, teaching at Quasqueton, came Friday evening to spend the Christmas vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. Z. Miller. The Henry Phillips family and Mr. and- Mrs. LJoyd Steven were Sale Dates. Dec. 30—A. C, Blerstedt, Rock, closing out sale. Lone Money .back if (not •'Ajtilfifioil, v S5c. *— Luaby ..Drug Cwd|)3uiy :in<{ all other good drug «£pre#. 2 REPLACE YOUR broken window glass now. Prices lowest. WE BERT.DEAL Editor on Vacation. Editor and Mrs. J. W. Haggard departed Monday evening for San Antonio, Tex., where they are visiting Mr. Haggard's sister, Mrs. Harry Moore. Mr. Haggard has long been recognized as one of the leading editors In Iowa, and his marriage a few weeks ago drew laudatory paragraphs : from newspapers all over the northern half of the state. During his absence Postmaster S. J. Backus, June Corey, and W. W. Sullivan will have ofi'arge of the editorial part of the Upper DCS Moines-Republican. WrCALLHM '.<//</lirilVCKYOIJK TftilfiM ^F^ffP™>^W I, 0. 0. F, Council Elects. At a meeting of the Odd Fellows' county council at Swea City last week Tuesday night L. G. Pool, Algona, was elected presid€ i nt; J. Budlong, Titonka, vice president; C. E. Thomas, Titonka, secretary; W. E. Laird, Algona, treasurer. The next meeting will take place in January at Lu Verne. was Error is Corrected. In last week's Advance it reported that the Borchardt residence on east Oak street h*d been constructed by Cowan & in favor of the Gllmore City boys, Friday night the girls defeated West Bend, 18-17, and the West Bend boys won 'Ii7-14. Children's' program Success— The program by the first and second grades last Thursday night was exceptionally good. There were two plays, A Sled for Christmas, and, The Christmas Path, besides a .star drill and music. The girls' glee club sang carols between the plays. There was a good alien dance. Good Will Club Meets— The Good Will club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Otto Ramus, with Mrs. Julius Stripling assisting hostess. There was a good attendance, and Christmas gifts were exchanged, and lunch served. BANCROFT PAPER BLAMES AL60NA FOR BIRO'S FAILURE Last week's Bancroft Register took occasion to knock Algona business men for the failure of the Register & Tribune autoglro to arrive the preceding Saturday. Algona business men rather expected attempt to fasten the blame them for the Des Molnes paper's fault, and noted that the Bancroft paper failed to mention the appearance of Santa Claus and the reindeer, which was the part ot the program Algona was responsible for. Many visitors read the large signs bearing replicas of a. telegram received from the Register telling why the autoglro failed to come. The Bancroft paper was ad- J,? why «M» Bartholomew Bros, coujd n «t coeae % % letter f/og» th_e ~~"- Christmas games and contests In the music room till Santa Glaus arrived with a huge pack on his back. He went to the tree and gave each guest a gift, calling them by their first names and asking whether they had been good children, etc. During the dinner Christmas carols were sung at intervals. The committee In charge was Antoinette Bonnstetter, Frances Messer, Minnie J. Coate, Grace Miller, Marie Beard, Floy Horn, Mrs. David C. Ward, and John McDowell. Watanyans Have Christmas Tree— The Watanyans held their Christ, mas party at Mary Mitchell's Moiv day night. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Flora TIss and Mrs. Rachel Stiles. The evening- hours were spent playing bridge with Stella Mae Breen and Bess Hopkins win ning high scores. After bridge refreshments were served. Decorations consisted of a Christmas tree. Each guest brought a gift, which will be given to the needy. Guests of the club were Bess Hopkins, Mrs. W. P. French, Janet Parsons, and Dorothy Samson. Clulj Has Christmas' Party— Mrs. W. P- Hemphlll entertained the Opportunity bridge club last week Wednesday afternoon at a Christmas party. At one o'clocl? luncheon was served, and after luncheon bridge wag played, Mrs, W. B. l*Urd and Mrs. W. D. Howie winning the high scores. Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan \y*i,*:«uwt:plC ttoe club. The club prdyljjed $, cop- forter and groceries for «, needy family receojJy. ' LOST—A RUST-COLORED ever- sharp pencil; (initials T. H. C. on end.—Return to Advance. 12ul5 FOR SALE — 1980 CHEVROLET coach, very good condition; Bargain.—G. S. Buchanan, i08 E. College, Algona. 14ul5 DANCE ' Friday .Night, December 25 I. 0. 0. F. HALL JIM LUCHTEL»S TRIO Milford Everybody invited. WM. C. BAU OARAGE Ford and Chevrolet Heaters General Repairing Fender and Body Work Painting Phone 167 Algona Merry Christmas Yes, 'tis Christmas-time again, and before this Old Year draws to a close may we extena w you our sincere wishes for a Happy Ho and just a word of appreciation for the you have so kindly turned our way during past months. May we always so serve as to nwriU wj! tinuance of your patronage, and nw Christmas he to you-and to yours tne i you have ever spent, This is the sincere Zender & CoMufcB Kindly accept our gayest wishes that your CHRISTMAS be merry aad your NEW YEAR most lucfey.. e Richardson Furniture Co, f QJI Wishing you the MEEE1EST CHRISTMAS YEAR Algona Ice Crea*

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