PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COttNtY ADVANCES, AtQONA, IOWA: THURSDAY. They'll Tumble with GLEE if you give— L, R, QUINTS WIN 2 FROM RINGSTEDERS Price 50c 60c 70c Christmas Slippers The best gift to put beside the Christmas tree! Cozy, warm slippers, to make a kiddie feel all grown up. We have over a dozen darling styles—and they're all inexpensive, but finely made. Christensen Bros. Co. SHOE DEPARTMENT Lone 'Rock, Dec. 13—The Lone Rock B. B. boys defeated Rlngsted with the second team playing almost half of the game, on the latter's floor last week Tuesday evening, 23-3. The Ringsted boys were unable to score from the field. A girls' game was fast and hard- fought. Ringsted led till the last minute, when a free throw tied the score a.t 16. Lone Rock lost a double-header to Swea City on the latter's floor Friday night. The first team lost 20-11. The first half of the game was played evenly, the score being tied 7-7 at the end of the half. Fultz, Swea City, made the feature play for Swea City in the last half by making four field goals. Swea City second team defeated the Lone Rock seconds 33-15. Tho local boys will play the Ledyard quintet at Ledyard this week Friday night. Next Tuesday evening Whlttemoro plays here. Mothers' Club Hears Program— The Mothers' elub met last week Wednesday afternoon at the home of iMrs. C. E. Householder, Mrs. V. V. Frye and Mrs. Andrew Thomson assisting. After the regular business meeting the following program was given: talk, Baby's Gifts, Mrs. W. G. Flats; reading, Playing and Making Constructive Toys, Lillian Angus. The open discussion question was Should We Teach Our Children That There is a 'Santa Claus? Lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Edward Blanchard, Lillian Angus and Mrs. Delmar Angus assisting. P. T. A. Moots Thursday Nl&ht— The P. T. A. met last Thursday evening at the high school auditorium. Christmas songs were sung by the audience. A play, "What Became of Our Christmas Dinner?' was given by the 5th and 6th grades. Also a play, "The Sewing Circle," was given by members of the P. T. A. The cast Included Mrs. Jack Quinn. and son Kyrwood, Mrs. Ethel Benjamin, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. I. W.. Nelson, and Miss Floy Jones. Lunch was served by the faculty members. week Monday afternoon. Attending were Mrs. Ernest Jensen ,Mrs. Ethel Benjamin, and Mrs. Roy Jensen. Jessie Stebrltz, Bancroft, spent the week-end with her daughter Kathryn and mother, Mrs. E. M. Hawks. Myrtle Larson, Decorah, and Arthur Priebe motored to Minneapolis Friday, returning Saturday. Ruth Cross, Curlew, was able to resume her school duties this Week after a week's absence. The Lark In club mot with Mrs. Mary Genrlch this week Monday afternoon. Farewell at St. Joe For Departing Family Jewelry Gifts Give her a gift which will flatter her! Give her a gift •which will show what fine taste you have! Give her our jewelry! To the Ladies:— have a remarkable assortment of men's jewelry, moderately priced. Fred W. Wehler & Co. JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS STORE OPEN EVENINGS Shower Honors Recent Bride— A miscellaneous ehower was given for Mrs. Eldon Morlow, nee Verna Bates, at the Lemuel Marlow home last week Tuesday afternoon. Friends, schoolmates, and a few relatives attended. The bride was the recipient of many useful gifts. The afternoon was spent in tying a quilt for the bride. A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Virginia Bates, Marvil Marlow, and Mary Ellen Marlow. Lively League Club Meets—The Burt Lively League 4-H club met with Maxine Schenck, Burt, Saturday. Attending from here were Imogene Roderick, Evelyn Blerstedt, Muriel Long, Kathryn Stebrltz, and Shirley Marlow. Officers elected were Muriel Long, president, Margaret Laabs, vice president, Dorothy •Bierstedt, secretary and treasurer. LAKOTA HEARS ALGONIANS ON F, B, PROGRAM Lakota, Dec. 13 — The Ledyard township Farm Bureau met at the Presbyterian manse Friday evening, and In spite of severe cold weather a good-sized crowd attended. County Agent Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. Leaverton, and Edith Welter, Farm Bureau office girl, were guests. The following program was given: community singing of Christmas songs; reading, 'Don "Wortman; vocal duet, John Wortman and Dorothy Ukena; groups of solos, Paul Leaverton; songe by male quartet; music on piano; accordion, George Ennen. Talks were given by Mr. Morrison, the Rev. Mr. Frerklng, and Mrs. Leaverton. Instead of exchanging gifts a silver collection was taken amounting to $3.25, and this was sent to a children's home as a Christmas gift. John Holcomb Is president of the township organization. Mrs. John Torino Recovering— Mrs, Oran O'Keefe and her mother, Mrs. Josephine Olson, Esther- vllle, came home last Thursday from Minneapolis, where they had been at the bedside of Mrs. Anna Torlne, Mrs. O'Keefe's sister, who fell down a dumb waiter shaft in an apartment h'ouse ten daya ago and hae since been in the general "hospital In serious condition. Reports now Indicate that she may recover. Though she fell three stories and landed on a cement,floor, x-ray pictures, show no broken bones. She has, however, been sufferng from concussion of the brain caused by a deep dent in the side of her head and face. Mrs. Torine was. born and reared here. Missionary Society Hag Tea— The Presbyterian Missionary society gave a silver tea at the manse last week Tuesday afternoon, and 45 women attended. The program follows: scripture reading, Emma Gutknecht; prayer, Mrs. Leona Heetland; piano duet, Mesdames Doris Ukena and William Schroeder; vocal duet, Mesdames George Heetland and 'Fred Schroeder; book review, The Splendor of God, Mrs. Irvln Wortman; group of readings, Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht; vocal solo, Mrs. Frerking. Mesdames Julia Wortman and William Aalderks poured tea and coffee, and sandwiches and cake were served. •St. Joe, Dec. 13—A surprise farewell party was given at Jos. Fuhrman's Sunday evening, 68 In attendance. Mlgh score at 500 tvas won by Nicholas Wagner. A potluck by Nicholas Wagner. A potluck lunch was served in cafeteria style. The Fuhrmans are leaving for Chicago soon. Theresa Miller is help- Ing with the housework. Surprise Honors Jflckolns Flsch— A surprise party in honor of Nlckolas Flsch was held at his home last week Tuesday evening. The evening was spent at cards. Attending: the John Frlderes family, the John Hermanns, the Peter, Leonard, and Henry Thilges families, Mr. and 'Mrs. Dominic Thilges. Ziemet, Raymond Quilting Parly Is Given— A quilting party was given at Mrp. Jos. Fuhrman's December 7. Attending: Mrs. Peter Klrsch, Mrs. Chas. Plathe, Mrs. John Frlderes, Mrs. Theresa Miller, Mrs. Fred Il'.g, Mrs. Louis Fuhrman, and Mrs. Matt Faber. OranvIUe Pastor Visits Hero— The Rev. Francis Illg, Granvllle spent a few days last week visiting local relatives, returning to his duties last week Wednesday. Immaculate Conception Observed- Last Thursday the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed ,, Virgin was observed here with two masses at 8 and 10 a. m. Other St. Joe. Alvina and Alice Reding, Allda rhilges, Joseph and Peter Becker, Raymond Kramar, Raymond Thilges, and I.eo Frtdercs attended a. basket social at Mary Gisch's school, near Algona, last Thursday even- ng. Mrs. Tom Dovlne sang and other- vise assisted In a program last Thursday to dedicate now stations donated by Btehop Heelan to the Sacred Heart church, Ltvermore. Clarence Kramar left Sunday to visit relatives and friends at Waseca and Claremont, Minn. .Tames Becker has returned from Claremont, after a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Ziemet, of Wost Bend, spent Sunday at Jos. Fuhrman's. The Henry Ziemet Sr.s spent last Thursday at West Bend. Clarence Kramar, employed at Lawrence Gisch's, near Algona, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kramar, last Thursday. Cornelia Faber, West Bend, was nt tho Paul Thilges home last .week, She Is a sister of Mrs. Thilges. The Tony Klrsch family, Algona and the Jos. Beckers spent Sunday at John (Becker's. Many of Matt Zlemet's neighbors were called to his farm Monday to help butcher a beef. A large number from here wen to Algona Friday and Saturday to see Santa Claus. (Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanlfan, Livermore, spent Sunday at Mrs. M. I-Ianifan's. A number of people In this vicinity have been having colds and sore throats. Four Comers The Four Corners M. & D. club meets this week Thursday with Mrs, Teselo Mitchell, The ' song will be Holy Night | roll call, suggestions for making Christmas presents; paper, 'hHstmns Poems, Irene I-ioldren. A Christmas grab'-basket will be pro- ifled by each niemb'er putting In a gift and then drawing one out. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dltsworth got iome last week Wednesday from en days in Wleconein and Illinois. They accompanied a brother of Mr. Dltsworth. A young married couple did the chores and stayed with ;ho children. Grace and Ixsona Walker enter- :ained 4.3 young folks at L/. R. Walker's Friday night in honor of Pearl Walker. Tho evening was spent at cards. Flret prize was won by Lewis Brocsder. Mrs. Edith Rich came home a week ago Sunday, after several daye with the Orvllle Holdrens while Mrs. Holdren was sick \vtth the flu. Mrs. Leslie Walker spent Friday in bed With severe pains In her back and shoulders. She is somewhat Improved now. William Broesder, Mrs. Albert Walker, and the latter's daughter Edna spent Friday at T oh Truman, Minn. Thov route at Fairmont, ami ranted home Hiy Mo]™ iiad been a g UPSt oC «,, week. M«. Hoppo nn ' are sisters. Arch Walker m lt f 0r( , d accident .Salurdny chopping W0()(1 •' , \Valks] a IWn'fjj h e The oilvrr K,,,, Minn., spent a wo,,,; night with tlio c-'ii- <? following Slln<7ny ' t| Dunns. lh Oraco, Rnbnrl, I',, (l ,i Wnlker. and Rvrlyn Rich, and Vincent Sunday evening at T Whittomore. Wnncbjg, Sltiirjj niti uj G«i B Pen| * rink» Ing threo or (our have built up a mimeographing. r>ra In the bank shoo Ipaloua, " tb» | are because wo do' "LI » lilt and quicker than '.hey -•-The Dress, tame Job. automatic Kraphlr.g machine uround It for speed Klrl for • primer, but our runt . — Advance. Swea City Briefs Christmas Program Tinder Way— A Christmas program is being prepared by the Sunday school to be given Christmas eve, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Lillian Angus, and • Mrs. Delmar Angus In charge. The local rade schools will give a program at he school auditorium next week hursday evening. 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 made 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 — has arrived — crisp and cold, Come and select yours. amlly Honors August Krausc— Mr. and Mrs. William Krause at- encled the 82nd birthday anniversary of Mr. Krauee's brother, August Crause, at Fenton test week Wednesday evening. All of Mr. vrause's brothers and wives, children, and grandchildren were In attendance. Two Are Off for Texas— Thomas Engesser resigned at the L. R. Roderick garage to take a trip with N. J. Merrill to Texas and Louisiana. They will visit relatives at Synton, Tex., and St. Charles, La. They expect to be gone a month. Telephone Operator Has Resigned— Esther Godden resigned her position at the telephone exchange and left for Mankato, Minn., last Thursday, where she has enrolled in the Lily Blanche school of beauty culture. Ncivbroug-hs Have New Son— A 5-lb, boy, Frederick Elvin, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough Friday. Mrs. Newbrough was formerly Bertha Blanchard. Girl's Chin Cut lu Fall- Mary Ann Flaig fell and suffered a cut on her chin in the school gymnasium Friday, and it required two stitches to close the wound. Lakotan Is Portland F. B. Guest— 'Mrs. J. H. Warburton was guest of the Portland township Farm Bureau at its annual banquet at the Presbyterian church, Burt, Friday noon. 'Between 75 and 100 were present. A program of violin solos, plays, readings, a demonstration, and talks was given. This Portland group has always been a leader In the county Farm Bureau work, and it has concluded it work with a banquet and get-together meeting for a number of years. Ray McWhorter is acting president; Mrs. Ed Dit- mea-, chairman of women's work. S. S. Class Has a Party— The Methodist Young Folks Sunday school class had a Christmas party at A. Q. Smith's last Thursday evening, with an attendance of IS. Half of this class had charge of "eats," the other half of entertainment. Games were played, and gifts were exchanged by the fishpond method. Plans were completed .for a Christmas eve caroling party. Peo- 'Ple who want the young folks to sing will put lighted candles in their windows. House-warming for Retired Farmers The "Remp" Ennen family, who have lived on their farm northwest of town 30 years, have moved to the Vance Lester house. Friday evening a large number of relatives and friends gathered for a surprise housewarming. The sons Henry and George will manage the farm. The county rural letter carriers held a monthly meeting at Samuel Warburton'e last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berg were assisting hosts. The December meeting IB always a Christmas party, with tree and gifts. A group of young people entertained with read- Ings and muelc. •Mrs. Albin Burgeson, long a resident of Swea township, died December 3, and was buried in the Harrison cemetery December B. The Rev. G. R. Seimens conducted funeral services. 'She was survived by her husband and six children: Freda, 'Roy, Lee, Helen, Edith, and Vernon, all of this community. Two other children died In early childhood. She also left three sisters and a brother in Sweden, a sister, Mrs. Albert Anderson, at Salida, Colo., and a bother, Erick Erickson, in Swea township. She was 69 at death, and was born in Sweden. The Methodist Aid held Its annual bazaar and dinner Saturday. There were six booths, five of fancy work and one of baked goods. The sum of $145 was cleared. Last week Monday evening the first fall meeting of the night school was held at the schoolhouse, 40 men and 30 women attending. Carl Wester, a cream-scorer, and Russell Weaver spoke, the former on the bacteria which cause cream .to sour, the latter on cream flavors. Both men will be at the next meet- ing and show samples of butter and cream. Later a contest will be held and a prize given to the beet local cream-scorer. The women studied menu-planning, each woman being given copies of menus to try out: Swea City's streets are attractively decorated with lights and Christ- was trees at the creamery and the Northern lumberyard. The Sousaphone club held Its second meeting at the echoolhouse ' a, few nlgrhta ago. The band played several numbers, and solos were played as follows: flute, June Larson; trumpet, Elvln Llnde and Russell Roba; clarinet, Kenneth Seylor and Mavis Larson; saxophone,,Billy Whitlow and Frances Thomson; sousaphone, Keith Dye. There are now 37 members. T. F. Mitchell has been elected president. Declamatory contests were held by four schools—Swea City, Lakota, Grant ,and Ledyard—at Lakota and Ledyard last week Wednesday evening. Swea City was represented at Ledyard by Reginald Winter, oratorical, (Frances Thomson, dramatics, and Earl Berg, humorous, and all won firsts. Swea City brought home the cup. At Lakota Swea City was represented by Forrest Hanifan Jr., oratorical, who won third place; Caroline Hundsnees, dramatics, who won second; and Warren Ewlng, humorous, who won second. Ledyard took home the cup. To Whom It May Concern Anyone owing Neville's Shoe Store on account will please pay up on or before December 22 as what we collect up to that date goes to help buy Christmas dinners for the needy children. You can pay half or all you owe and get a receipt in full, but whatever you pay goes for charity to the needy children. Have a heart and help a good cause. Jimmie Neville's "The Shoe Man*' Algona, la. SPECIAL NOTICE GLASS OF ALL KINDS We have added to our regular auto glass service a] complete line of window glass for homes. When in need of window glass it will pay you to get our price | on our A quality glass. JOEGREENBERG PHONE 118 Call Theatre, Algona December 15—Last day "DOCTOR X" Matinee at 2:30 p. m. Big Double Feature Friday and Saturday, Dec. 16, 17 TIM McCOY —in— Sunday and Monday December 18-19 THEATRE "Riding Tornado 1 FOR SERVICE Get Ready for the Holidays! Send us your wearing apparel for GLEANING-PRESSING-REPAIRING We call for and deliver Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 Other Lone Bock. The Mite society met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. William Knoll, Mrs. I. W. Nelson assisting. Two poem selections, Be a Friend, and When a Friend Drops In, were read by Mrs. Will Christenson. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Edward Farrls. 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Padgett were called to Algona this week ..Monday on account of the serious illness of Mr, Padgett's sister, Mrs. Helen Hedrick, who recently returned from Mason City to the home of her mother, Mrs. Dehnert. Those from here attending a county Auxiliary meeting last week Tuesday at Titonka were Mrs. Roy Jensen, Tena Jensen, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. N. L. Cotton, and Mrs. G. A. Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton entertained at two tables of bridge last Saturday evening. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mr. and Mre. Roy Jensen, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich attended a rural mail carriers meeting at Swea City last Thursday evening: hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Berg. Sewing Circle met with Mrs. Alex Krueger lost week Wednesday evening with 14 present. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be next Wednesday with Mrs. Fred Genrich. N. L. Cotton and MX-, and Mne. J. M. Blanchard attended the funeral of H. G. A. Bewick, Burt, last Sunday. Mr. Blanchard was a P9.ll- toearer. Sunday School Class Entertained— Mrs. Guy Beemer entertained nine members of the Dorcas Sunday school class last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Harry Moe had charge of devotions, and Mrs. E. R. Worley reviewed the book of Joshua. Ministers In Banquet Here— The Rev. and Mre. Frerking were hosts to the county Presbyterian ministers and their wives at 12 o'clock dinner a few days ago, and 12 attended. Lodge Families Have Party— The Wodomen and the Royal Neighbors gave a family party last week Monday evening, with an attendance of 75. Other Lakota News. The E. N. Clemans family, the R, E. Hamquists, the A. Q. Smiths, Mrs. Gus Torine, the Rev. Paul Johnson, and others have been suffering attacks of the flu. The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking entertained the Presbyterian trustees at the manse last week Wednesday evening, and tho choir at a party next evening. •Henry .little son of the Rev. and Mrs. Boese who has been seriously sick in a Buffalo Center hospital, Is recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moe spent Monday at Estherville, looking after property they own there. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schissel went to Minneapolis Friday to visit the former's people. The H. H. Murrays attended a county meeting at Algona Friday evening. Lu Verne Liesveld left recently for a visit with hie father at Chicago. Adam Reefer, northeast of town. Is seriously sick with pneuinonla. The local basketball team won a >2-9. Good, family. clean fun for the whole "Hot Saturday" —with— NANCY CARROLL CAKY GRANT RUDOLPH SCOTT New generation abandons old "Collegiate Fords" for gadgetted roadsters. She walked home from a date .... but she woke up the next morning to find she might have saved herself the trouble. It's all In Fun- and what laughs! Better than a tonic! Added attractions. PARAMOUNT NEWS LAUREL and HARDY In The County Hospital RichoiMldai ... Scared el Dam ti... And Then Com* level It's a riot! Matinee Sunday at 1 p. IIARNH) ABour* WOMEN m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Dec. 20-21 Boris Karloff, Myra Loy, Lewis Stone, Karen Morley Serial every show — "Heroes the West." COMEDY. of Matinee Saturday at 1:30 p. m. tures- Wish 1 ,, Had "Sport Thrills NO. * King Salmon ' — Be sure to see the Southern Calif ornia v* Notre Daroe><* ball game on the screen, Thursday and Friday, Dec Feature picture-Herbert Marshall, Charlie Rugglei, Sari "Evenings for Sale"
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