Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1932 · Page 7
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8.1982. CALS Mrs. Leslie Samp (became sof a bo? at the Kossuth-hoe- Maye«. St. Cloud, Minn., "gunday guest of hie undo, Martin Clregerson, Burt, un„,' a hinstoid operation at the Li, hpspltal last Thursday, l Olson, Sioux City, goes homo after several weeks with j^hter, Mrs. R. G. Rlchard- g i,aird, of Laird & McCul- attended an annual meeting Sessional embalmers at Fort | Friday. ' ' Paulson, Dows, became a i a t the hosptal Saturday, and n k, Lakota, TUe'sday, both jal treatment. Hnd Mi's. Merle Grlggs are a week with the former's j'at Minneapolis. Mrs. Grlggs [former Emily Rist. Peterson, Esthervllle, and tighter Lucille spent Sunday (he P. J - Ohrlstensens. Lucille ian at Esthervllle. [ind-Mrs, F. E. Kent, Mr. and H. Miller,: and C. R. La- fepent Friday at Des Moines, i went down -..on business. C. Mueller, superlntend- j Lutheran parish schools In [visited the local Lutheran liFriday and was a guest at I,, p. J. Braner's. Bonar and Mrs. It. C. tapent a few-.days early last jt,Eagle Grove,, guests'Of Mrs. IHagerhorst/ Mrs. A. K. Cliff, I was also there. land Mrs. Chas. Gllbrlde and fcousln, Mrs. • John McMahon, > Dubuque (Sunday • to. attend of an . uncle, Anthon r Monday • morning/ lib. girl was bo'rn'laBt'Thurs- |Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Green at .rtments in the rear of their i Rite-Way grocery. They Dorothy, Skilllng, Marguerite .and 'Roberta, t'iBlack, Mr. -and Mrs. J. A. and their daughter ' Doro- tf Rich Point, .were at'Ma- il Saturday. ; : . v Dldrilkseni'i Advance., 'fore- rat Des; Moines Tuesday for i veterans' • medical, examin- t-'He wa& accompanied by Wm. I, garage owner,; who transact- i in the .city. • ;urt Monitor reports that H. [recently• underwent an op- l at iRochester and. Is recoyer- iugh slowly, . complications retarded normal progress, atlon was not of a serious Iwilllam Daus spent Sunday rson with the E. R. Rush- tto moved there last Sep- Mr. Bushmore Is a Des [••fruit salesman. " Mr, Dau rthe garage ; next door .south Advance, ,-..•-- • . • Ighenvood McDonalds, .have Ijnto the. G. R. : Mantor house, for east"' of the'w^ C, : Dewei |;An old shed in the rea'r, next galley, has been torn' down. one of the oldest frame in town. I Mrs. Harry Jenklnson, of pity, spent SundaV, with the i parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. klnson. Doctor. -Jenkinson has ier6us private practice in Btyi The visitors returned'to jlty Monday, •..,-.:• lei team of merribers of thi •Burl; ('. manager. Messrs. Green ami Y a , Ul ' IC ° Bartholomew", were appointed memherohlp committee It IK-" 1 l ° t XtCml a " lnvUfltl °" to HHc; iT l^in? of tnl Hmith hnii « omc f i iscllsslfml c ™° •mention of having wns the cnso last year, "lily our. Mftnbors "in jvingo K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA , conntj arc mailed to rc«i- lottoi Ils from many mean more t^ , ranklln D ' Koosevelt. in them , lt tf o the Webs..,,. Rounly ' _ ....in..v jjiiinrirnn ' no ,, "" November Oratorio society, which every ve'"r ' , ' Bcpliusp ° c thaw times, I Presents thlH masterpiece with a , ' a " Wh ° Ca " t0 buy a ™ ] « ppfinf r»i,.* _ . . - . iul a morn (ronn,-r.,,M., n-,,_ Taylor Is llrlde On Sunday, November 20, at the MapllHt church, Albert Lea, the Hev. C- V- '.Stephens officiating, took Dlaee the mnrrlaBo of Ethel Taylor, Algona, to Koy Wooldrldgo, Clear Lake. Tlie only attendants were Mr. Mrs. K. II. Quderlan, Algona, took the bridal couple to Albert l-ea. For tlie present the newlywcds arc living here with the bride's call will b e and Mrs. Jt. Christmas music. Christmas quotations, P. Norton will furnish l!rl(li;-lo-l!o Is Honored— VVhlttomorc, Doc. C—Mrs. U Vf. Swanaon entertained 30 women at a pre-miptlal shower last week 'Wednesday evening in honor ot Gladys Wclsbrod, who is to be married this week Wednesday to Kern mother, Mrs. Carrie Taylor, who is K1 _erick. Miss Welsbrod i-oceivecl a daughter of Mrs. M. S. Cunning-' ham. In the spring they will likely Ko to Clear Lake, where Mr. Woold- great choru«, Ists. Tho eontraltc --.-.II-IVM fiu be .sung .by MIV, A , 10. tod by guest solo- here will wo other children^ , 9- , ' ' , land Mre. R. H.; h Iho prpsen '«l week at church has been attract- crowdc a day since Sun- J.iio showings arc at 4:30, has been presented in three tho birth ocajrlr ™ S e ' VCn °" will present tho Pat *•*»-' .1. lir..., 1 , Ji i ,j famous Bible painting an impressive lecture, declared to be more Impressive than the Pa.snion Play. amTclmT' 8 ' nSt 1C ' SS ° n Wl11 be an Ing Christ working in His church^'" A Waverly dispatch in a recent is- sup of the Mason City Globe-Gazette said that J. T. Sullivan, Waterloo, had been suggested as successor to R. F. Mitchell, Fort Dodge, as democratic national commltteeman :ffom Iowa. Mr. Mitchell must resign,;' If he has not already done so, because he was unexpectedly elected to-the state supremo court. Mr. Sullivan, who Is an attorney, was a cousin-of the late- J. W. Sullivan, Algona. He was Iowa pro-convention manager for .Roosevelt and was one of Roosevelt's seconders at Chicago. There are other candidates for Mr. Mitchell's shoes. . ;•;••. Members of last year's Algona. gun club met at the Smith billiard hall last week Wednesday evening and more generously than ever before 1 Floyd Meyers and Albert Knoobal youths who had been working at the H. J. Rode and Jewell Larson farms in Plum Creek, were taken by Wisconsin officers to Waukcsha, WIs., last week to face charges of murdering a restaurant man two years ago. They made no effort to 'Mock extradition, but accompanied the officers willingly, ready to take their punishment and lift worry their shoulders. They had been n CleelnK f01 ' two elected officers: J. Clyde Smith',' president; G. S. Kuhn, vice; William Shirley, secretary; Roy McMahon, treasurer; L. W. Green, executive, officer; Eugene Neville, publicity and except for anxiety about how long a prison term they will receive they seemed almost relieved that the chaso was over. Th 0 officers arrived late last week Wednesday evening, and left early next morning. It Is expected .that the >boye will plead guilty. The 30th quarterly conference of the county Legion Auxiliary was held at Titonka Tuesday afternoon, «T,nd Algona was represented by ejght women. A total of 71 members In the county attended, with almost .0,11 unite represented. Mrs. Luella ^chenck, Burt, county chairman, •rfresjded, using the new national Meeting form. [Reports from all county units were read, and a quota of 329 members was proposed before the ,ond of the year. Fifteen thousand Ipopplos were made last year by Anton Sorensen, Kossuth disabled soldier, and he will make the same number this year. A song, Popples Carry On, was Introduced at the, meeting, and Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, Titonka,-gave a vocal solo. The Auxiliary was Invited to meet at Wesley i.n March, and plans are for both the County Legion and the county Auxiliary to meet there. rldge is a plaster contractor. His father, O. Wooldrldge, is the Clear Lake chief oC police. As a young girl the new Mrs. Wooklridge attended the Algona schools, and since leaving school she has at various times been employed as restaurant waitress here and at Mason City. Mothers Give Football Jlanqiiet— Members of the Algona football squad for 1932 and their fathers were guests at a banquet In the gymnasium of the high school build- Ing last Thursday evening. Tho boys' mothers served the dinner, and 97 plates were laid. John G. McDowell, science teacher, was toastmaster, and on the program were: Charles Cretzmeyer, who told of the Olympic games last summer, and Principal Otto >B. Laing and Coach Kenneth Mercer, who spoke on football and awarded major letters. No football captain for the 1932 season had been elected, eo Dick Cowan was honored. Clarence Bruns was elected captain for next year. The mothers then put on a short three- act pantomime of Uncle Tom's cabin and a take-off on the high school orchestra. Groups Give Two Parties— Mesdames P. E. Kent, M. O. •H-r mm H-H- ••i-i-i-i 111 .I..H. Basketball "Dope" By EVAN E. FINNELL ..H..I..M..M..H..I--I 111 .M..H. M M. M .1 .H-I-H- Married People's ^unday "lass will have : charge of ser- the Methodist' church nex' Mght. The Centenary .class |t the church for supper Borrow night.', llfelvln HLoupe Is recovering f painful infection in one of Dr. M. G. Bourne lanc- Ist Thursday. Ardell Chfis- IH, N., Ruthven, has been pr her. Mr. Roupe is em- jat tJie Richardson furniture pstmas program and sack so> given at the schoolhouse [No. 4, Whittemore township I west and 2 miles south oJ [ next week Thursday night Lunch and coffee will be Marie Brandow Is the Hartshorn spent Sunday ' Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swea City. They ha<3 25 -years Sunday,' and •Was celebrated with a In the afternoon. Beulah '«d at the beauty shop over |store. ! y. L. A. Crull came yester- wlnter with his daugh- | J. L. Bonar. He Is a re- minlster. Mr. Krull, 'spent several months with ter at Brooklyn, h last few whiters' (here. ' met him at Jewell. A. Paschke, Echo, Minn,, Monday morning, after 'a here. She attended the [ot her cousin, Mrs. Geo. P. « Perry, Saturday, and was of her parents, Mr. and Herman, who took her wiiie Monday morning. 1 went home via train. 'Laird went to Des «3ay to spend the winner daughter, Mrs, Theo. H er son Clare, also Des *me for her. He had Just s.wom a business trip to R* Clt y and other eastern lre Is In the employ of a Wn V' Mrs. Laird -closed Mrs. Bert Deal went to Minn., Friday, and Sat- Mrs. Deal underwent operation at the Mayo e Deals were there a y> when Mrs. 'Deal i o^ , -—-^- •>•*— an op'. advised. Mr. Deal came and reported Mre. „ - ^ oper- t'eneral hospital last "" for tonsJUtls, Rus- underwent a ma- Dwenger and the fetter bom last Jury drawn yes- live to Cres- were The high school eagers opened the local season on the home floor Friday evening against a fast Buffalo Center quintet, and lost, 20-19, In an exciting overtime period. The local squad was handicapped jy the fact that it had had only three nights of practice and so had not gained sufficient familiarity with new, rules, which have greatly speeded up 'the same by doing away with stalling, and holding the ball in the back court. . The .Algona "'Bulldogs," with Nordstrom and Cretzmeyer, two stellar men in last year's squad, gained an early lead over the opponents by the. short tip in shots by Nordstrom, center. Local Seconds Sent In. At the end of the first quarter, Mercer, local coach, sent the entire second squad into the fray. But'the seconds played with weak defense and a poor eye for the basket The •Buffaloes opened the quarter Wlthya' barrage of Iqng shots, which,; h'ow-. ever, netted but two baskets. . .,-.' With the score tied for the- first time In the game, Spencer, local ; forward, crashed through for two short shots which again put the locals ahead, though with only a 2-point lead. The hnlj ended with the opponents steadily strengthening,.: b1}t unable to tally enough points to tie the score. The score at the,, half Algona, 16; Buffalo Center, to acquire an eye After many shots, now the which 14. • .'•:.;:.'; Visitors Tie the Score. *£•; The third quarter opened with fti.e Bulldogs' first team -on the floor. Nordstrom, Algona center, got .the ball on the tip-off, but lack of practice on plays, particularly on pass- Ing, let fast defensive work by Buffalo Center break up the locals' offensive play before the ball could be got into scoring territory. •The (Buffalo Center quintet seemed basket. . , brought the crowd to its feet, Buffalo Center tied the score ,in the closing minutes of the quarter. Time for the fourth quarter was called while the ball was in air on a long shot which let Buffalo Center tie the score, thus calling for • the over-time period. ,. , Crowd Yells for Victory. In the opening minutes of the overtime period Spencer, Algona ^ .ubrtituted for Post. He worked the ball up the floor several times, Iu t was consistently called for staling and returned it into the back courtwhich by the new ruling g-ve, :he ball to the opponents out or b °Cretzmeyer, guard, tallied a basr, ket out of two fres thro ™ s ?£,; n technical foul, and this put the Bun. ••i-i-i-i-i mini.»..!din, D. Post, F. Medln, Spencer. Official: Bailey, of Emmetsburg. The local squad has six more home games, as follows: December 16, Swea City; January 13, Humboldt; January 24, Emmetsburg; February 4, Ltvermore; February 11, Webster City; February 17, Clarion. 1 The Algona Academy basketball squad consisting of 25 boys began practice Monday. With the first game of the season coming after the holidays, the coaches feel assured that, with the help of members of last year's winning team and the experience and ability of new members of the squad, an outstanding combination of players will appear on the floor this year. Delay In starting the season, it is thought, wUl be an advantage, because of longer practice and more time to become familiar with new. rules. The schedule follows: Jan. 6—Corpus Christ!, Fort Dodge, there. Jan. 10—•Emmetsburg,'there. Jan. 13—Emmetsburg, here. •;.'-, Jan. 17—'Bancroft Academy, there. ' 'Jan. 20—Wesley High School, there. Jan. 22—St. Joseph's, Mason City, theret Jan. 27—Whittemore Academy, there. . .-.Jun. 31—Sacred Heart, Fort Dodge, there. v;Feb. 3—'Wesley High School, here. Norton, R. H. Miller, W. W. Sullivan, and P. P. Zerfass entertained 36 women at a bridge-luncheon last week Tuesday at Mrs. W. E. Kaln'e. The guests were seated at 'small tables centered with red : roses, and'a three-course luncheon was served. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, Mrs. M. P. Weaver, and Mrs. E. C. McMahon; Mrs. Cidney -Laird won the consolation prize. Last week Wednesday Mrs. Norton, Mrs. Miller, and Mrs. Kent entertained 40 women at bridge and luncheon at Mrs. Kaln'e. The high bridge scores were -won *by Mrs. George H. Free, Mrs. Clalr Anderson, and Mrs. M. J. McCall, and Mrs. M. J. Kenefick won the consolation prize. many gifts. Other Society News. The Methodist W. F. M. S. meets with Mrs. G. .L. Vohs this afternoon. The First Lutheran Dorcas society meets tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. Ole Allison; Mrs. Roy Brownell, assisting hostess. The Alpha Delphiane meet next week Wednesday noon with Mrs. W. G. McCullougli. A ' covered-dish luncheon will be followed by a program in charge of Mrs. M. G. Norton. Mr. and Mre. J. L. (Bonar entertained three couples at dinner Saturday nigiht, and after dinner bridge was played, Mrs. G. W. Stillman winning the high score. Mrs. Samuel Medln entertained the Depression club last week Tuesday afternoon. Bridge was played at two tables, Mrs. Ralph Valentine winning .the high prize. The W. C. T. U. will meet next Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Jessie Dal- ziel'e; leader, Mrs. F. A. Wltham, Mrs. Hazel Irwin will lead devotions. The Royal Neighbors meet this evening at the I. O. O. F. hall and will elect officers. Ford truck he was driving belong^ ing to his brother F. a. .went off the grade south of the Good Hope church. Mr. Thompson, who was returning to C. II. Blossom's, Burt, where he is staying, turned out to avoid hitting a dog. At the same tlmo a tire blow out, and the cm- went Into the ditch. A wrecker had to bo called. Tho windshield was broken nncl the truck otherwise damaged. DISTRICT GOVERNOR OF J THE ROTARJANS SPEAKS The (Rotary club met last week Wednesday evening, instead of at tlio usual time on the Monday noon lirecc-ding, in order to hear the district governor, Charles Rhinehart, Dallas Center. Governor Uhlnehart was Introduced -by President Geo. W. Godfrey and mini a «peeeh in which he described I ho growth of the Rotary from the 'Bancroft, Ueci. fi — The county mpdlcnl society mot at the new offices of 'Dr. ,f. A, Uevlne In the for- , mcr First National bank building ( n ''«t club In Chicago, organized In I'l-Klay nftcrnoon. Fifteen doctors of I™"", to the present, when there are the county attended. In a business I thousands of clubs all over the meeting officers for the coining year were elected as follows: Dr. Robert \Villiamd, Lakota, president; Dr. W. T, Peters, Burt, vice president; Dr. FLASHES W. S. Cosgroycg 27 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. W .S. Cosgrove, near Titonka, celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary last week Monday evening toy entertaining the following relatives at 6 o'clock dinner: Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Johnson, daughter Dorothy, Algona, the George and H. E. Johnsons, and Mr. and Mrs. Dg White, Plum Creek. 1 (Roberta Skilling, Rich Point, wa« also a guest. Mr. Coegrove, who is a brother of Jos. Cosgrove, Algona, was recently elected supervisor on the democratic ticket to succeed Olaf Kunnemark, but will not take office till 1934. ec , _ dogs in the lead, though with but a me-point margin. Visitors Win by ?<*>»*• .' With the local backers yelling for Feb. 7—Whittemore, Academy, h6re. -Feb. 10-^-Corpus Christ!, Fort Dodge, here. ;.s Feb. 12—St. Joseph's, Mason City, . Feb. 14—Livermore, there. ''Feb. 12-v-Sacred Heart, Fort •Dodge, here. Feb. 21—Bancroft Academy, Ijere. 'Feb. 24—Livermore, here. •The girls' squad, under the direction of Miss Frankl, has eeven games scheduled. Wesley, Mason City, and Whittemore games above are double-headers. A game with Lu Verne girls is to be played here, but the date has not been arranged. iBoys In las,t year's squad who have again reported are: Junior Kelly, last year's star forward, who will be shifted to center this year; Wade Hansen, who will again hdld the forward position; Edward Capesius, at guard; "Red" Kelly, forward. All are letter men, and they form the nucleus for what promises to .'be one of the strongest squads in -the Catholic association. Mothers of members of this year's academy football squad have announced the annual football banquet, which is to be held at the academy gymnasium tonight at 6:30. Invitations have been sent to more than 60 ~ "" AM Contest is SUrted— The Congregational Aid wae divided into two groups of four divisions each at its November meeting, and the groups, headed' by Mrs. W. E. Laird and Mrs. Sylvia Gunn respectively, are competing for "treats" next June. The contest is for the collection • of funds. Mrs. Gunn's group will open the campaign Saturday evening, when It will serve an oyster etew supper. On the menu, besides stew, will be coffee, pickles, and apple pie, all for 30c. To Give Christmas Baskets—Plans were laid at a Legion Auxiliary meeting Friday for Christmas baskets for the poor. Members who will contribute are to take the food to Mrs. -F. W. Green at her home on east State street before 'December 23. Following a business meeting the members took part in a "clever- 'Lu Verne, Dec. 7—Cordelia, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D.' Rlstau, and Albert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Axsel Nielsen, were married a. week, ago .Saturday at the Lutheran parsonage, : Canton, S. D. They were attended by Bernadell Rlstau, sister of the bride, and Harold Nielson, brother of the bridegroom. The couple had planned to keep the marriage secret, but issuance of the license was published In the Des Moines Register and Tribune. Mrs. Nielson was graduated from the local high school in 1930 and has since been teaching In rural schools, having the Pergande school this year. She has been active In 4-H club work and in the Lutheran church here. Mr. Nielson is employed at the Ristau farm, . where they are living for the present. Lu Verne, Dec. 6—Neighbors of Mrs. John Freistad held a husking bee at her farm last Thursday and finished husking her corn. Mrs. Frelstad, widow with ten children, wilj-move to Illinois next spring. Helping were > Herman . Warmbier, Abe Carter, Laurence and Kenneth Curran, Paul Phillips, Clarence Tiede, (Francis Sanford, Melbourne and Aaron Steussy, Clarence and Arthur Krause, J. J. and R. O. Wadleigh, Leo. Joseph, George, and John Ramus, and four sons of Walter Woods. The Sankey store donated bread and butter for' dinner, and Mesdames H. Warmbier, Geo. Ramus, Bert Sankey, and Clarence and Arthur Krause, with Emma Krause, served dinner. Plerro Sartor, Titonka, secretary- treasurer. The society meets monthly. After the business meeting lunch was served by Doctor Devine. Whittemore, Dec. li—Adolf Naas, Janitor at the public Kchoolhouse takes great interest In the basketball teams. Last Thursday evening, when the girls won from Cylinder here, 33-12, and the boys 62-12, Mr. | Naas was proud that both teams had brought home the bacon, so this week Monday afternoon at 3:45 both teams were invited down to the Home 'Economies room, where the Home Economics girls, on his behalf, served lunch of bacon and eggs, sandwiches, and coffee. Lakota, Dec. 6—Mrs. Oran O'Keefe, former Algonlan here, received a message last week Wednesday saying that her sister Anna, Mrs, John Torlne, had suffered an accident at her home at Minneapolis and was in critical condition. Mrs. O'Keefe drove to Esthervllle, and with her mother, Mrs. Swan Olson, drove on to Minneapolis. At last reports Mrs. Torlne was still living, but no hope of recovery was enter- i tained. Swea City, Dec. 6—H. A. Kingston, Armstrong, has asked for : a new trial of the damage suit In which Mrs. Anna Zittrltsch, Algona, •was recently awarded $6,000 for the death of her husband. In the same suit Mr. Wilson, the baker, won a Verdict for $100 damage to the truck Mr. .Zittritseh was driving. The Kingston car and the truck collided at the east edge of Algona some months ago. Burt, iDec. 6—The J. O. Isenberg- ers have received word that their granddaughter, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Berton Isenberger, was recently struck by an auto while she was returning from school. Her skull was fractured and a collar bone broken. The accident happened at Des Moines, where the family lives. The girl is 14 " * Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Chrlschilles went to 'Des Moines Tuesday for several days with friends. world. Mr. Rhinehart also told of a trip liist your to England 'and Europe, where he visited Kotary clubs and attended an international meeting of Rotary governors. The meeting here was one of 63 which the governor Is waking to *v« ery club in the lltH district, whlchi comprises all Iowa except a strip on the west. FIRST XTJTHEBAN, M. A, * (rand, Pastor—The Sunday school children meet at the church this evening- at 6:30 to practice for the Christmas program. The Aid meets at the Allison home tomorrow afternoon; Mrs. Browne]), assisting hostess. The choir meats for rehearsal tomorrow evening at 7:30 at tho Sellstrom home. The Confirmation class meets Saturday afternoon at 8 at Luther hall. Holy Communion services next Sunday morning at 11; Sunday school and Luther League Bihl 0 class at 10 ... Bring in fragments of gold and silver for the Church Crucible. ' ENVELOPES, ALL SIZES AT THE ADVANCE Anti Freeze Methanol It has a higher boiling point that alcohol. It has no unpleasant odor. It is the same price as alcohol. * New and Used Tires. Alcohol, Stove Gas, and Kerosene. Champlin Service Station to The follow; tlgona Buffalo Center -•"-".. , A r f Lai-eon ShacHelford —- « - ____ Cue uar Nordstrom Cretzroeyer Post. Harkness ...Klewlet guests. Besides 23 members of this season's squad, there will be th.e squad "dads", alumni, coaches, of- Jicials, doctors, and priests. Music will be given by the school orchestra and a three-course dinner will be followed with a brief program, of oasts by members of the sg.uad, some of the dads, and the coaches. Members of this year's academy football squad met Monday evening to elect an honorary football captain, for the season just closed. Edmund Capesius, who filled the fullback position on the team this year in all- state style, was chosen by his teammates. Edmund will be graduated this year. During the season he was a consistent ground-gainer through the line. His interest In the gamo. his marked sportsmanship, and Ws natural ability were recognized In the honor bestowed on Him. ness" contest, which' was won by Mrs. W. E. Naudain. Mrs. H. W. Post won the high score at bridge, and Mrs. Harry Edwards the travel prize. Entertain at Bridge Party- Mr, and Mrs. William Dau entertained at three tables of bridge last week Wednesday night. The high score and the travel prize were won by Mrs. Cecil McGinnls. Thomas Frankl won the high score for men. Other guests were Mr. McGinnis, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haag, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keucker, Lydta Meyers, Meta Gabe, and QFred Engle, of Davenport., Snrprhe for Paul Danson— Paul A. Danson was taken by surprise Monday evening, when members of'his Birthday club arrived at his home. Following greetings, three tables of bridge were played. Henry Johannsen Jr. won the high score for men; Mrs. Johannsen, women; William B. Ringgenfoerg, a travel prize. The guests took lunch to the party. Mr. Danson's birthday was 30 Saturday. Union Twp., Dec. 6. — Henry Thompson, who came from California two months ago to visit Kossuth relatives, had two ribs broken and suffered bruises and shock last week Wednesday, when a rebuilt Eniinetsburgr Recital- Mrs. C. O. Simpson, Mrs. W. B. Quarton, Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, and Kathryn Mlsbach were guests Monday of Mrs. Delia Darllng-Thiele at Emmetsburg, who was entertaining the Emmetsburg P. E. O. chapter. Mrs. Cretzmeyer gave a review, with music, of Peer Gynt, using Grieg muslo written especially for Ibsen's play. She gave the story between numbers. Legion Men to Banquet Vf Ires— Hagg post will entertain the local Auxiliary next week Tuesday night at a "feed" to be prepared entirely by the men. This Is a dinner won by the Auxiliary In a membership contest which ended on Armistice day at noon, the Auxiliary having obtained more members than the post. Plan Christmas Party—? The D. A, R. will give a Christ' mas party and Sues-payJnB program at Mrs. p, V. Janse's next Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'cloclc; Mrs. M. P. Haggard, assisting hostess. Roll I i is the Most Appropriate Gift of All WE HAVE THEM In boxes,.specially wrapped for Christmas, as- low as 25c on up. Also —a complete line of—TOBACCOS In beautiful humidors CIGARETTES FIFES Don't fail to see our complete line. Also Tob«cco poaches, S*r Holders, Cigarette Holders, Cigarette and Cigar Cases, 1IGHTEHS and everything to be found In a first-class cigar store. NO, JOHN, WE WON'T HAVE TO leave out any one at Christmas. I can remember every one, even with the small amount of money f have to spend, by buying at Gamble's. 32-13 At The "Dependon" Store When shopping for groceries please bear in mind that OUR PRICES ARE LOW, very low when you consider the quality, and whenever you telephone an order in DEPEND ON US to put up the best eatables possible for the price you Want to pay, To change the subject— Do you prefer cold cereals for your breakfast? We have them, nearly all, but will .recommend a dish of well-cooked oatmeal or a hot wheat cereal of which there are so many— and still better, a stack of regular pancakes or cakes made from our pure, old-fashioned New York Buckwheat —with pure maple — sap— syrup or country sorghum. Breakfast to be topped off with a cup or two of Halligan's PURE QUILL Coffee — and you should be well fit for a good day's work. Step in or phone 290-291, and use Akre's FREE DELIVERY Our assortment of Christmas Trees , direct from the Minnesota woods— arrived today-crisp and cold, Come and select yours. Ha If-Pri'ce •• . '"••"' ''.: ..'/• - • ' Coat is Dress Sale AT CHRISTENSEN'S Friday and December 9-10 4 More than 300 Stylish Coats and Dresses priced at actually One Half of their worth *> We are giving you now before the Holi _ .....:»»uf.- *-Kr-^tij^, ^ .-.^-.•^afesasn*** day season an opportunity to have a new dress or coat at a price usually offered in late January. Think seriously of this unusual offering as you can buy one garment or more whatever your require* ments may be at actually One Half Price ^m^^ 9P9PwK *

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