Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1932 · Page 8
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PAGE BIGHT <&mjrfa OPERETTA, 'PAINTS PATCHES', TO BE GIVEN TONIGHT The onerofln, "Pnlnt.M and Patches," will bo given by thn Junior high school tonight In llio 11. S. auditorium. . The en.Hl follows: The Professor, kindly dreamer teaching art, Joo Oln.rk; Stephen, studying art, Ted Vor.a; Andrew, studying art; Jack Long; Jcanott, studying art, Roberta Danson; Roberta, studying art, Adrti Yeoman; Susan, Marie Pommerening; Ras- tiiH, "dp man oli all work", Richard Keen; Teen, delicate flower of a Gypsy, Meredith Richardson; Ncen, "older sister", Lydia Ward. Tens Selah, one of China's loveliest, Maxine. Larson; Amah, devoted to Teng Selah and China, Gayle •Shackclford; 'Miss Perriwinkle, collector oC goldpiece.s, Barbara Haggard; Policeman Perry, of Rohun- kus, Harold Itiinwart; Policeman Winkle, of -Bohunkus. ! Ryron Smith; Sheriff, Ted ChrLsc-hillPs; plain clothes man who knows M!KS Perrl- Wlnlvlc, Howard Penticost. Novelty chorus: Marjorie Phillips, Norine Greiner. Doris Jones, Louise Smith, Twilla Colllnson, Anna Marie Runtxel, Lorraine Morrison, 1-lelen Chubb; Wayne Dons- lass, Bdward 1'ilflicr, DonaM Akro, Henry Seifert, Kenneth Lynk, Owen JlathoB, Bob Uewel. Jerome Hardgrove. Chorus of policemen: Lyle Palmer, Robert Muckey, Richard Norton, Donald Johnson, Jack Hemphill. Kenneth Durant. Chorus oC gypsies: ILaymond Steven, CJrace MeNeili, Dclmar Pommerening. Wed Kent, Krma l.ue Deal, Hlheline Muckey. Art Class: Kverett P.lack, lion- aid Tryan, Mnxine Caldwell, fino- gene Hill, Russell Kelley. Joseph ilcNeill. A rue FVder.sen, Helen Stewart. Henry Dearchs, Maxine Robinson, Annetla Schimmel, Milton Johnson, Kenneth Durant, Margaret Kmulsen, llelmer Nordstrom, Otto Runtnel. Harl.-m Frankl. Carl Guilder, Rosebelle Jones. Carl -Spongbers, Herbert Butts. Maxine Hai'greavcs, Arlene Holdren. Jamen Spencer, Esther Taylor, Lorraine Lattimcr, Gertrude McNeill. Dorothy Mawdsley, Lor- j raine Palmer, Martha Palmer, Esther Seofeld. Lucille Selichnow. j •Mnbelle Zeigler, Madison Humphrey, Rose McMahon. Howard Redemske. William Turner, Glondora Burbank, Ruth Butts, Louise Devine. Harry Greenberg, Irene Hainee, Annette Hanson, Helen Kuhn, Vera Humphi-ey, Merlin Little, Gerald Murray, Russell Sands, Virgil Shackelford, Edith Tibbetts, Eurdene Towne. 1,n Vorno Tenclicrs Entertain— Irene and Bernice Swenson, Vcrno teachers, entertained their bridge club and other guests at dinner and bridge at Mrs. F. L. Thorpe's Monday night. The guests were seated at small tables decorated in keeping with Christmas. A two- course dinner was served to 20 guests. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. Raymond Stone, o£ Lu Verne, and Mrs. Thorpe. Mrs. Jesse Lindobak, Lu Verne, won a travel prize. Other guests were: Kate Skinner, Norma Partridge, Laura Iflngel, Mrs. Opal Morrison, Mrs. Cecil Hot, Mrs. Cecil AVermerson, Mrs. H. L. Cot-bin, 'Mrs. 'A. J. Eason, all of Lu Verne, and Mrs. D. H. Ooed- ers, Mrs. P. V. Janse, Mrs. Burdette Aganl, 'Mrs. Anton Didriksen, Mrs. 1C. J. Skinner and Mrs. Jackman. i Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scp.nlan won the L U family prize, Mrs. E. A. Scheme! the women's prize, and H. M. Hauberg the men's prize. Clul) Tlnns Christinas Party— The Woman's club will hold a Christmas party at the library tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. R. P. Norton will give a paper on Christmas Customs in other lands, and there will be group singing of Christmas carols, led by Mrs. Viola Bishop. After the program light refreshments will be served. Each club member is to take a toy for Antoinette Bonnstetter's collection of Christmas gifts for needy children. tertalhed Tuesday night In honor of the couple. At 6:80 a two-course, dinner was served at two tables, and a wedding cake was the. centerpiece at one of the tables. Guests were Mesdames and Messrs: W. M. Geering, Edw. Bartlett, Donald Storm, .Hugh Post, Lloyd Muckey, Samuel Smith, and Mrs. Mary Lalng. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhalner and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh GreeiVberg and Mrs. Trlboh. Dr. Larry O'Toole, lie Mars, Spent Saturday and Sunday with the Dr, John Kenefioke, He was en route give a paper on llow to Cultivate Truthfulness,' NEW CHEVROLET MODELS The trinity .Lutheran Y, P. S. has ' . ft R _ r |j - n m AATllnnitl L,n,an jo BE HERE SATURDAY elected officers: Bolllnger; vice, home from Rochester, where he had I secretary, 'Ella Zumach; attended a clinic. Doctors O'Toole Emmet Beard; librarian, and Kenefick were schoolmates at the state university. •Mrs. W. D. Howie and Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf entertained at a Congregational Aid benefit bridge party last Thursday night. There were entertained six couples last week : fj ve tables, and Mrs. R. W. -Horlgan j Tuesday night. At dinner the guests jnnd Mrs. 1' | wore seated at a single table decor- j high scores. i n ted in keeping with the holidays. | Mrs. c. A. Moniyer E. Snunders won the is 0, H. S. Gives Ueneflt. 1'iirty— The O. 13. S. officers entertained at a benefit card party at the Masonic temple last week Wednesday afternoon. Auction bridge was played at ten tables, Bessie Hopkins | and Mrs. L. M. Merritt winning the j high scores. Contract bridge was 'played at three tables. Mrs. Louise ; Hyde winning the high score. At anagrams at two tables Mrs. L. J. ! Malueg won the prize. Mesdames i 13. W. Lusby, Minnie Long, Violet i Benschoter, Harold Gilmore, F. L. Thorpe, D. C. Mahan, E. J. Hough, Lynn Keith, C. A. Samson,'.F. E. Sawyer, and W. P. French were hostesses!. Program From "Tho Messiah" — A public entertainment of more | different countries. E-ach than town interest will be a program j took 'a toy from Handel's The Messiah, to be • baskets. presented at the Congregational church next Wednesday evening at {Mrs. Lou? Heads 0. E. S.— I The O. E. S. met last week Tues; day night at the Masonic temple, land officers were elected: Mlnnde I Long, worthy matron; J, A. Brownell, worthy patron; Leora St. John, associate matron; M. J. McCall, associate patron; Alice Hutchlns, secretary; Clair Keith, treasurer; Violet Benschoter, conductress; iBertha French, associate conductress; Helen Bishop, member of temple committee. I). A. II. Holds Christmas 1'iirly— The annual D. A. R. Christmas party was held Tuesday night at Mra. P. V. Janee's; Mrs. M. P. Haggard, assisting hostess. At 6:30 a two-course dinner was served to 22 members. The program consisted of a talk byMrs. R. P. Norton on Christmas carols of other lands, and i Mrs. Theo. Horfost sang carols of member charity , _ -, expected The high family prize at bridge was ; home sometime this weelt from Chi- won by Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ollmore. j cago, where she has spent several Tuesday night Mesdames D. P. ] weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Mar- Smith, E^ R. Morrison, D. D. Pax- | Knrc t Colt. The other daughter, Maxine, still has a stenographic position there. Mm. Jos. Zlttrltech entertained at four tables of bridge 'Sunday night. Hulda Boettdher; j treasurer, j Gervaise i cd at another Aid benefit at Mrs. Laird's, and bridge was played at ten tables, Mrs. M. P. Weaver, D. P. Smith, Albert Granzow, and Evelyn AValters winning the high scores. Mrs. W. G. McCullough entertain- The high scores were won by Mrs. L. W. Swanson and Ralph Bartlett, and the cut by Mr. and Mrs. Carl ed 16 women Tuesday noon. At one jiHanson, all of Whlttemore, The Child Study club will meet for a two-course luncheon was served at four small tables centered with red ; a covered-dish luncheon and pro- candles and smilax. The high bridge gram with Mrs. H. C. Frederick next scores were won by Mrs. Joseph Wednesday. Mrs. R. J. Keen will Beard. ' The Methodist W. F, M. S. meets this afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. Anton Anderson. Everyone is to take a giift for a Christmas box. Mrs. Anna Uhlonrlorf, Chicago, is expected next Monday for a visit till after the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. D. H. Goeders. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Michel entertained their bridge club at a covered-dish dinner Monday night, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and Mrs. John Konefick spent last week Wednesday at Des Moines. One 6r two models of ,the new Chevrolet automobile will toe, on display at the Kohlhana garage all day Saturday. ' The new Chevrolet engine has 5 1i. p. more than the 1932 model, also a half-Inch greater piston stroke, which makes the car travel at 70 miles an hour as easily as the 1932 Chevrolet did at 50 or 00. A new Fisher body on the car has City and C Auto Licenses Off. Up to Tuesday evening only 782 of the 1933 automobile licenses had been issued at the county treasurer's office. This was for the first 13 days of the month, or 11 days, disregarding two Sundays, Last year in the first 13 days 1,837 were Issued. The difference is 1,055, a drop of 65 per cent. ounty A. young business men's group has been organized, , first meeting was held at ' t school gymnafllum Tu c «dr The purpose la to during the winter, other games will ,)><> ,,,, ly ' p ' (I '*" a week. Ten men reported u t t], . meeting. athle ™y evcnlj Provide iliuigi,. greater roclm, a sloping radiator and windshield, and a. "tear-drop" rear. A new type of ventilation Is used, which eliminates draft when a window Is open. The two front windows on the cars and the ,tiwo rear elde windows are of two pieces of glass, and the front half is adjustable to create ventilation for the Individual next to the window without bothering others in the car. An airplane will fly over the city announcing the opening of the shelving by blowing a elren. Chll- Idren will be given grolf 'ball suckers. Mm. D. H. tloeclei-H, Jeanette, and Norman \\ D at Leriyard last wool; night, anrl Mrs. Ooedei-H county 7th and SUi Kri'uio' tory contest. Mrs. K c was critic Judge at n Kimn , n , n ~ at Burt the same night. St. Joe, Dec. 13—10 \y n Algona, has taken a ' contract" build a new school house ln No. 0 to replace ono luirnod d Wednesday night, November 2 s The .Methodist choir W|]I , " ' Christmas cantata, The Man the Star, at the church next Hu evening at 7:30. for Christmas o'clock under the direction of Mrs. Prudence Clark by Methodist and choirs, Hits. Sylvia the combined Ui'bi'ltnli Officers Arc turned— The Rebekahs elected officers Tuesday night: Emma Dchnert, no- Congregational We grand; Luella Brown, vice; Ma- Ounn will be bel Lund, secretary; Josephine \Vol- TO GIVE SCHOOL PLAY NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT The Magic. Star, a play by Jewell OBothwell Tull, will be presented at the high school auditorium next week Thursday night at 7:30 by school children. Ruth Messenger is director. Grace Miller has charge of music, and Margaret Morris of dances. A chorus of grade children •will sing Christmas carols. A synopsis of the play follows: Betty and Billy know little about love or kindness till the Star 'Lady shows them the way. They take a gathered . strange journey, on which they are held up by their enemies, the Stumbling Blocks—Cheat, Copycat, 'Selfishness, Ignorance, Fibs, Cruelty, Vanity, Dirty-Face, Johnnie (Bug, and Susie Snob. They are aided <by the Helping Hands—Honesty, Truth, Health, Cleanliness, and Kindness. They find out at last that the message of the 'Star is love. The Star leads them to the baby Jesus in the manger and Mary and the Angels. Then they go home and find that the Magic Star of Love is still upon their Christmas tree, and the Star [Lady is—their mother! organist, assisted by Mrs. Alan Bishop. Soloists will be Mrs. T. T. Herbst, soprano, Mrs. A. E. Michel, alto; tenors, Paul Leaverton, Dr. C. D. Schaap; bass, D. P. Smith. There will be no admission charge, but a silver offering to pay 'expenses will be taken. Mtiyino Uetfs is Bride— Friends of Mayme Belts were surprised early in the week, when it became known that she had been married to Roes Fretee, Emmetsburg, since October 9. The ceremony was performed by the Methodist minister at Albion, Neb., in the presence of the bride's brother, R. F. Belts, Sioux City, and his wife. The bride has made Algona her j home 12 years, and has been chief operator at the local telephone exchange many years. She has made her home wth the Anton Andersons. Her father is David Belts, Sioux City. colt, treasurer; Alma Xolson, trustee. They will be installed January 10. After election Mrs. Edith Fisher, Titonka, gave a report of a state Rebekah assembly at Cedar Rapids in October. lU-neflts Given— Mrs. W. E. Laird, Mrs. T. P. -Harrington, Mrs. H. D. Hutchlns, and Mrs. W. P. French entertained 36 women at a Congregational Aid benefit bridge party Monday afternoon at Mrs. Laird's. The high scores were won by Bessie Hopkins and 'Mrs. W. E. Kain; Mrs. Jos. Zltt- ritech, low. Party Honors Student Nurse— iMary Kain, student nurse at 'St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, sister of Mrs. Clifford Young, east of town, i came home Sunday for a vacation I till January 1. Mr. Young met her i at Garner and brought her to W. A. [Young's, where the John, Edward, and Robert Kains, the Albert Drag- ers, and the Loyal Youngs were Her arrival and the party were a surprise. Late in the evening the Mesdames Young served refreshments. Miss Kain is to be graduated in 1933. White Elephant Party Given- Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained lier t»' la K« clu ' b at the clu ' b ' s annual White Elephant Christmas party Monday night. Bridge was played at three tables, Mrs. Melzar Falken- hainer winning the high score. Gifts were exchanged. K. >'. A. Party Announced— The Royal Neighbors' annual Christmas party will be held at the I. O. O. F. hall next week Thursday nlg-ht at 7:30, and each member may take a guest. Members are to take a covered dish each and a lOc gift. Mrs. Stock Bereaved. (Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock were at ISanborn Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Stock's mother, Mrs. •Frank Wheaton, who died Saturday night at 86. She had been well till a week ago. She is survived by Mr. Wheaton and two other children. Clyde Powell, Chandler, Minn., and Bert Powell, at. Petersburg, Fla. Royal Neighbors Name Officers— The Royal Neighbors elected officers last Thursday night: Mrs. Mary Guderian, oracle; M-rs. Selma Godfredson, vice-oracle; -Mrs. Myra Os- Irum, chancellor; Mrs. Mary Laing, recorder; Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, receiver; Mrs. Bernltas Lynk, marshal; Mrs. Mabel Rentz, inner sen- tnel; Agnes Brown, outer sentinel; Mrs. Grace Phillips, musician. The officers will be installed in January. Mrs. Mae Anderson, who had been Oracle ten years, will be installing officer. Throe Couples Entertain— | Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller, Mr. and i Mrs. F. E. Kent, and Mr. and Mrs. I E. C. McMahon entertained 44 • friends at dinner and bridge at Mrs. i W. E. Ka-in's last Thursday night. A _ I two-course dinner was served, the FOR RENT — NICELY furnished ! guests seated at small tables cen- modcrn apartment; 3 rooms and lered with red candles. Decorallons balh.—407 E. Call. 12pl4 were in keeping wilh Ihe holidays. lub Plans Christmas Party— The Cresco Embroidery cjub will have a Christmas party in connec- ion with a regular meeting at Mrs. Agnes Stewart's next Wednesday at p. m. sharp. Ten-cent gifts will e exchanged. Other Society. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson en- I. 0. 0. F. HALL DANCE Friday, December 16 Eddie's Celebrities Ladies lOc, men 35c. Baptist Christinas Sapper Saturday Evening MENU Chicken Pie Mashed Potatoes Candied Sweet Potatoes Cabbage Salad Cranberry Jelly Rolls Christmas Pudding Coffee Prices, 35c and 25c plll!(!lllllli!ll!!!il!lli!llllll!IHIIIH [Chevrolet) r — Faster — Better! Come see the new 1933 Chevrolet aturday, December 17 The Best Surprise Ever! Come to the garage, one Little boys and girls, we have a great surprise for you. and all. We have a nica golf ball sucker for you. IU:MI;MBI:R, SATURDAY, DECEMBER n Airplane will fly over Algona for the grand opening of the new 1933 Chevrolet. USED CARS. LOOK THEM OVER 1 Buick sedan 1 1931 Ford Sedan 1 1930 Special Sedan 1 1929 Chevrolet Coupe We have heaters for your car, zero weather oil, chains, easy shift oil, so car will start. BELOW ZERO—Have us check your alcohol. Kohlhaas Bros. your ss PHONE 200 Hand - painted ___ _ Glassware For gifts . 25c Beautiful assort m e n t of bowls, plates, etc., in rose and topaz. A gift to please her for years. .32-piece dinner sets Start a service for six for her with one of these beautiful patterns. $5.95 GIFTS FOR WOMEN Neably packed in fancy holiday box. Women's dresses with organdy apron A decidedly new gift item in fast color print fabrics. Pastel shades. Novelty / gift boxed STATIONERY Two special OEM an<1 groups—— fcV«* . The biggest values in box paper Tapestry Scarfs and Squares Make useful gifts. Most any woman enjoys rich tapestries. Many new designs and color combinations are featured to please every taste. 25c UPTO $1.49 All Linen Table Cloths $1.98 A lovely gift and so inexpensive. 54x54 inch all linen cloth, beautifully design,ed. Complete set, six napkins to matcli. Appropriate Christmas Suggestions for all the Family fli&WJa&Ste^ • Colorful Towel .Sets 39G&980 sets beautiful of terry cloth. 'At- trac'tivcly ' wrapped in eel. lophnne. Gifts expensive 0 ' not MORE FOR YOUR .MONEY Prints Four yard lengths, wrapped in cellophane — excellent gifts Always welcome Silk Ties For him 49c a wide range of the newest, smartest patterns and de- i signs. Please him with a Graham broadcloth shirt 89c Pajamas Colors white, green, blue, tan. , MORE FOR YOUR MONEY They're sure to please. Colorful combinations in four-button coat style Introducing— A NEW 1 25c Handkerchiefs Are Expected' —and so appreciated. Priced '.. C^ TO at _______! wU A gift to make Christmas seem more joyous—lovely kerchiefs for. every member of the family. We have hundreds of styles to select from. Dainty crepe Stepins In fancy 7Q|% gift boxes _ I wC Fine gift lingerie mtfi exquisite lacy trims. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Smart! Rayon garments in variety of gay colors Pajamas $1.00 Dresses Never Before Under $10 —Now Silk Chiffon Hosiery 89c Tfi© gift that can't be wrongT These are beautiful quality, all silk chiffons, choice of six popular winter - tone shades. We'll put them in a gift box too. BOYS' GOLF SOX 15C ' Good weight, fancy plaids! Never so low— Rayon Silk SOX 10c He'll appreciate these Novelty Dress Socks Three pair in a fancy Christmas box MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Large size, double Turkish towels, for gifts Towels thread, colored 25c Dressed Dolls They'll gladden the hearts of all little girls. Every wanted size. 25, 43, 98c Col-O-Tex MORE FOR YOUR MONEY EMBOSSED TABLE COVERS Fleeced lined back. 54x54 inches STARTING $ TOMORROW! Hand Bags YOUR MONEY No gift could be more welcome. Made of finest leather in smart styles . «1.00 to $1.98 Famous for Superior Quality! Famous for Exclusive Fashions! Famous for Colorful Beauty! New, distinctive print combinations! New, elegant Sunday Nites! New novelty sleeves, liberally embroidered! New metallic lace and trimmings J New bright colors! New two-tones! New matelasse shir, red models! New balloon sleeves! New intricate seaming! New tiered skirts! New hostess models! New satin-back crepes! Sizes to 44. Cozy Blankets They're practical $3.98 They're woven of finest yarns into full bed size. Beautiful, reversible, solid colors and bound with 3-m- lustrous sateen. • MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Robes All wool striped flannel, well-tailored new long lengths. ~ Attractively trimmed Bright Aluminum for Little Tots Ten, piece tea set __. Seventeen piece cooking set Fancy china tea sets TEDDY BEARS 98c He's brown and growls fiercely. DRUMMER BOY 98c He's a mechanical wonder. MORE FOR YOUR MONE' Scrafc Scars and Mufflers for men and woniei Fine, all silk, novelty Qftfi patterns or solid colors wV* HHffl Department Stores Boys', girls' BOOKS 19c New titles for every child. Books for Little Tots 5c lOc Fully M* s ' trated i» colors

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