Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1932 · Page 6
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KOSSttttt ADVANM AL66NA. IOWA In appreciation of yotif patronage "-~ MERRY CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR GREETINGS BILL'S BARBER SHOP' WILLIAM J. WEIS We take this occasion to extend to our customers the season's greetings and to wish them a healthy, happy, and prosperous New Year. Zender & Caldweli 1 \N f I I I if if \i x \\, GREETINGS Christmas Cheep Evcryono The Holiday Season is a wonderful time of the year. Dickens', in his "Christmas Carol," gave a real significance to Christmas when he wrote, "Christinas is the only time in the long calendar of the year when people seem by one consent to open their shutup hearts freely." So, at this time we want to extend our warmest hope for your well being. We wish you much joy and hope that the New Year will bring you greater prosperity and happiness than ever before. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. PHONE 80S Good Cheer TO OBSERVE CHRISTMAS ATUJ VERNE 'Lu Verne, Dec. 20—All churches will have programs Christmas eve. - _At the 'Lutheran church a vesper i Mrs. Wm service will be given by the school! ess. The children and the choir, with the theme From Heaven Above to Earth Below I Come.. The Presbyterians will have a miscellaneous program, SI. Joe Friendly Club Meets on December 7 St. Joe, Dec. 20—Ah Item overlooked last' week wae one concerning the (Friendly club meeting on Wednesday, 'December 7, held at the home of ^trs. Wm. Reding with •Boldrldge assisting Host- was spent In Prizes for the with music', readings, a Christmas play by the Juniors, and a pageant. The Greatest Gift, by the Intermediate and young people. The Junior 1933. department of the Evangelical | ihurch will also give a miscellaneous program, and the Senior department will put on the pageant, The Message of the Manger. A epec- al offering will be taken for Orphanage work. The Methodist S. S. afternoon games and contests. contests were awarded to Mrs. Alfred Reding and Mrs. Jack Devlne. Luncheon wae served. The next meeting 1 8 being planned toy Mrs. C. Schoby and Mrs. Peter Halsrude s preparing a mixed program of music, readings, and plays. jlttlc Jflnc Conference Held— Supt. Kate Skinner, Coach Gralam, and Harold Lichty, captain of he boys' basketball team, attended a neetlng of superintendents, coaches, ind captains of the Little Nine at West Bend -Monday evening. After dinner the annual business meet- ng was held to determine place and ither arrangements for the annual ilttle Nine tournament late In Febuary. "liurch Plans Annual Meeting'— The annual meeting of the EVan- "elical church.will be held at the own hall Friday, December 30. There will be a picnic dinner at toon, and at a business meeting hurch and S. S. officers will be lected. This event is generally held Hi New Year's day, but that falls on iunday this time. and will be Wednesday, January 4, f. B. Women Hold Meeting— A woman's Farm Bureau meeting have one other child, a boy. Party Honors Young: Babe— Mr. and' Mrs. Peter Bormahn gave a party recently honoring their little son who was one year old. Those attending were the John Bor'manns, the George Bormanns, the John Redlngs, and Rosalia Frlderes. Two Foxes Arc BAgfed-- Last week Monday Harold Thul and Peter Becker took home red foxe, after a few hours of hunting. On Wednesday Herman Becker took home one. Two Christ mas Masses Planned- Next Sunday, on Christmas day, will be three masses at St. Joseph's SWEACITYANS IN A 8R 9ADCAST WATERLOO that was achedufcd ' for several ™ ™ t "' eef ™?** « «t. Joseph's weeks aco and nostnnnod on ««n n ,™t chl ' rch ' 'he first at 6 a. m,, the sec- weeks ago and postponed on account of bad weather, was held last week Wednesday, December 14, at Mrs. Anton Becker's. Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, 'H. D. A.j was In charge and gave lectures and Instructions on cutting patterns for dressmaking to 20 women. Crowd A'ttendg Farm Sale— A large crowd attended the farm sale on the Joseph Fuhrman farm last Thursday. Everything sold ex- ond at 8:30, and the last at 10. Other St. Joe. Matt Elemet and Peter Weydert drove to New Rlchland, Minn., Saturday for a few days on business. Henry Zlemet Jr. took care of the farm duties at Matt ZlemetVs during his absence. ' Simon Zlemet leaves Tuesday for Dubuque, where he will spend some time visiting relatives. He has been making his home With his grand- The highest bid on horses was $100. The .highest 'bid on cows was '$42. Daughter for Gales'Family- Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Gales are the parents of a girl born last Tuesday, December 13. The baby was baptized Theresa Mary at St. Joseph's church Sunday. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gales. They J. ]J. Teams "Win and lose — The local high school B. B.' teams •on one game and .lost one at West Bend Friday evening, the girls loa- ng 23-15, the boys winning lo-<19. 3oth teams will play at Gllmore ity this week Thursday. The next omo game will be on January 13, vhen the Wesley boys and girls play icre. Irvington Couple Make Visit to North Dakota Lutheran Y. P. S. to Meet— The Lutheran Y. P. S. will have a Christmas party in the church basement Friday evening. A business neeting will include election of of- icers. The young people of the oetsch family will be hosts. Methodist Supper Is Success— The Methodist Aid had a success- 'ul Christmas fair and supper at the city hall Saturday. Fancywork, baked goods, and candy were sold. A good-sized crowd partook of the usual good supper. For this Christmas and the New Year, may joy surround you and those you love—is our earnest wish to all our friends and patrons. Botsford Lumber Company JIM POOL, Mgr. Christmas Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Solid Walnut End Tables $1.00 Solid Walnut Corner Shelves 95c Boudoir Lamps $1.00 Smoking Stands 55c Sofa Pillows $1.00 Card Tables 95c and Up One-Minute Washer ^___$39.75 Special discounts on All Christmas items Furniture Co. Santa Clans Visits Ln Verne— iSanta Glaus visited Lu Verne Saturday afternoon" and made a arge group of children happy by giving them treats. Sfarle Peterson Jflne; Party— Marie Patterson was nine Saturday, and 13 school friends attended <i party at her home. Marie received many gifts. Other Lu Verne News. Mrs. W. F. Godfrey entertained the Tuesday club last Tuesday, ten members present. Miss Florence Hof gave a reading, The Other Wise Man, by Henry Van Dyke. An exchange of Christmas gift suggestions was made, and Christmas carols were sung. The club's next meet- ng will be on January 10. The Archie Sanfords were called lo Iowa City last week Tuesday by news of the sickness of their small daughter at the university hospital there. Mr. Sanford, accompanied by bis mother, Mrs. Josephine Sanford, Ellsworth, returned next day, leaving the former's wife with the baby. •The Progressive Woman's club held its annual Christmas party at :he Methodist parsonage Friday, with all but one member present. After games each member drew a gift from a large Christmas "pie." A feature of the afternoon wae the purchase of tuberculosis seals. 'Mrs. Jesse Lindebak was taken to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday for medical treatment, and Mrs. A. L. Look was taken to the Lutheran hospital, Hampton, the same day. Carl Lang, Western Union.college, Le Mars, and Marie Fritzemeier, who attends a kindergarten school at Chicago, arrived Saturday for the holidays with their parents. Christmas services in English wil be held at the Lutheran church Sunday, and German services Monday. The parochial school will (be dismissed Friday. Betty Holdkroft, Morningslde college, came home Friday for the holi days. The Baddeleys drove to For Dodge to meet hex 1 . •Mrs. Wm. Ellis left Friday for the holidays with her daughter: Alice and Mrs. Maurice O'Connell Lombard, 111. •Mrs. Harley Christensen, of Coul ter, and her daughter Rosa Ann ari visiting at the parental G«orge Han selman's. Hildegard Lothringer is spending a tree weeks vacation at Charles Wolf'ci. She has employment at Min neapolis. ' The public schools will dismis. Friday afternoon for a two week; vacation, school reconvening Janu ary 9. "Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kannins hnvi returned after two months looking after farm interests near C'hurdan. Lela Denxein is critically sick a the home of her grandparents, Mi and Mrs. Edw. Wiese. Mrs. H. C. Allen leaves Friday fo. •Minneapolis for the holidays at S. E •Smith's. Mrs. Harold Sorenson and Verr Toohey had tonsils removed Saturday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Robert Blumer Sunday morning. EDWARD MAOPHERSON BABE DIES 8UHOAY_AT LUVERNE Lu Verne, Dec. 20—Katherine Alin. three months daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edv»-. JlacPherson, diec Sunday morning at the home of Mrs MacPherson's mother, Mrs. Kate Barton, after a few days' illness death being caused by bronchia: trouble. The Rev. L. Wittenberg conducted services at the Bartoj. home Sunday morning, and the body was taken to Leslie, where services were held (Monday, and intermeni was made beside a sister. poor health, having been bedfast for iome time. She is aged and has been suffering from pleurisy. A woman he patient. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harr s now at the home, looking after vere accompanied on the trip' out jy Mrs. Olive Grass, Mrs. CHarr's iister, of Hamar, N. D., who had been in this vicinity since the death of her father, M. de L. Parsons, sev- iral weeks ago. Mrs. Gress went vith them as far as Aberdeen, S. D., vhence she took a train to Hamar, and the Harrs .continued to Eureka. They report a fine " trip, having splendid roads and fair though cold weather most of the time. Suffers from Heart Attack- Russell Fry, Algona, former Irvington resident, was seriously ill late last week, suffering from a weak neart. Mr. Fry started from the Fred Skilling home, where he and his wife live, to walk to the home of another daughter, Mrs. Elliot S-klll- ing, and fell, after going part of the distance. The fall was caused from heart trouble, but after a time he recovered enough to go on to the Elliot Skilling home. After dinner, however, he suffered a more serious attack, and a physician was called. He was not able to be moved home till next day. He Is now reported resting comfortably. Kenneth Lyons Home Again— Kenneth 'Lyons, who went to Taylorville, 111., early last fall with Mr. and Mrs. Forlbue Stlltz, returned Saturday. He left Taylorvllle last week Monday, planning to hitch-hike home, but later took a bus and arrived at Ames Wednesday. He visited relatives there till Saturday, when he. returned to the George Scuffham farm here, where makes his home. Sr. James Becker, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, drove to Fort Dodge last Saturday. Clarence 'Kramar . returned home last Wednesday from a short trip to Claremont, Minn. Matt and Raymond Becker, of Hurt, were in this .vicinity last Thursday. Wm. Reding was sick last week. Swea City, Dec. 20—(Merlin son, Teddy Hundsness, and Alice Nagel, accompanied by Olive McAninch and the Smith-Hughes Instructor, L. Ei Sweany, drove to Waterloo Monday and broadcast over WMT at 1:15. The broadcast was a dialog about the night school every Monday evening, and especially stressed was the mingling together socially of the people of the community; with recreation consisting oC volley ball and other games, and the hot lunches served to school children dally by volunteer workers. The Waterloo station makes a specialty of broadcasts by local talent.j. Parties from Algona gave given (broadcasts from that station this fall. The Swea City broadcast was aimed to show other communities what can be done by farm people to Instruct and at the same time entertain themselves. Second .Night, School Held— The second night school was well attended last week Monday evening. Twenty-five women and 35 men attended. At the men's meeting samples of butter and-cream were exhibited. Russell Weaver gave a talk on how much more profitable it is for. farmers to produce butter of 93 score than from sour cream. At the next meeting a butter and cream scoring contest will be held. It is not yet decided Who will be here to answer questions on butter producing and marketing. A food guide by Miss Baylor given to the women at a previous meeting was checked, and It was decided that cereals used should be whole grain. Part of the time was spent at studying and judging menus. At the next meeting the comparative cost of food will be taken up. Irvington, Dec. 20—Mr. and Mrs. -'ed Han- returned late last week rom Eureka, N. D., where they had visiting for several days with Mr. Harr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harr. The elder Mr. and Mrs. school, Sherman township No. 3, will give a program this week Thursday evening. Pearl Leigh, teacher, announces that lunch will •be sold after the program. Township Pioneer Gone— 'Last week Monday evening took place the death of G. A. Lofstrom, pioneer in Eagle township. He was born at (Mahno, Sweden, April 22, 1849, came, to America in 1872, and settled in Eagle township, in 1881. In October, 18SG, he married Anna C. Samuelson,. of Swea township. Be- Marguerite efdes Mrs. Lofstrom, four children Mrs. A. R. Bexell, Mrs. P. MVs. and | Carl, at home. There are 12 grand; children. Funeral services were held _,. - - • "-- , at the Immanuel Lutheran church The annual Christmas program , Dy the Rev. Raymond Swanson last will b e given at the church this , Thursday, and burial was made in AND A WISH THAT YOUR BRIGHTEST HOPES WILL BE FULFILLED IN THE NEW YEAR F. S. Norton & Son Lumber and Coal c,l.,,r - BIaCk atld -- = ^killing plan a small program at the ; surV i V e. : lvirs . A . „. aexen , schoolhouse this week Friday after-| A . Holcomb, Swea township; noon.. There will toe a Christmas tree j Louis Holcomb, East Chain; and the pupils will exchange gifts. ' Christmas Program Tomorrow Night week: Friday evening at S o'clock. Other Iryiiiffton News. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on the text, "Where is He That is Born King of the Jejws?"; Matthew 2:2. The sermon was an introductory to a sermon he preach next Sunday. Services are to be- hel'd a® usual Christmas morning. Gerald' Frankl, who underwent an the Harrison cemetery. operation for appendicitis last week Sunday at the Kossuth hospital, was brought home thfe week Tuesday. Josephine Lee, who has been with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Lee, Webster City, two weeks, plans to return this week Friday. Mrs. Maud Schrader and her son Roger go to Bancroft the latter part of this' week for Christmas with the Jos; WITftelmis. Take Part In The Messiah— Earl Josten directed a chorus of 100 voices in Handel's Messiah at H. S. auditorium 'Esthervllle, Sunday evening. Mrs. R. L. Caldweli di- will reotea a 20-piece orchestra which , accompanied the chorus. Dorothy M. Latchem and Berna Hansen were pianists. The chorus consisted of members of the Methodist and Lutheran choirs, including .ten 'from Riley which is recovering Mrs. Arthur from Infection one hand : early eczema.. The PauT Hudsons were Sunday visitors-; at Ehr. Wolfe's. developed in last week from Timber Rood Is Improved— Part of the timber road from Irvington to Algona, which underwent a series of changes last fall, is now being resurfaced. Several months ago the hills on the road were cut down, other places graded up, and narrow places made wider. Many trees were cut down. Henry Sell eppm a nil's Father Sick— Henry Scheppman spent Sunday with his father, August Scheppman, Lakefield, Minn., who is critically sick. Henry plans to return to Lakefield sometime this week and spend several days with his parents. Sherman School Program Tonight— The pupils of the L. A. Johnson INJUNCTION WRIT ISSUED AGAINST LIQUOR VENDOR Arc friftrnctton to restrain Matt Heretgies from violating the liquor " e laws was granted in district court last week toy Judge DeLand on motion of County Attorney G. D. Shumway. Hentges failed to show up th resist the action. In such cases, if the person under Injunction is later convicted of a liquor ofifense, he Is guilty of contempt of court, which is severely punished. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OP SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, SS. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth county, Iowa, on LI judgment rendered in said Court on the 3rd day of December, 1932, in favor of E. J. Yorker, as plaintiff, and against Jessie Stoner and F. M. Stoner, as defendants, for the sum of Three Hundred Sixteen and 7S/100 ($316.78) Dollars and costs, taxed at Thirty-five and 30/100 ($35.30) Dollars and accruing costs, I hav e levied upon the following described reaj property as the property of the said Jessie Stoner and P. 'M. Stoner, husband and wife, Ralph Stoner and Mrs. Ralph Stoner, husband and wife, and Moe & Sjogren to satisfy said execution, towit: Lot Six (6). Block Five (5), Auditor's Plat, Reservation Number One (1) Algona, Iowa, and I will proceed to sell said 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 10th day of January, 1933, 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 Sth day of December, 1932. L. B. HOVEY, Sheriff of Kossuth county, Iowa. By Everett L. Harris, Deputy. Quarton & Miller, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 14-15 Swea City: Clarence Roba, Dorothy Christiansen, Arlot Skromme, 'Sidney Hutchlnson, Kenneth Seylpr, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tweeten, Alice, Pearl, and Tarvald Dahl. Many others from Swea City heard the program. Used Toys for~Needy~Chndren— The school children will not exchange gifts this year. Instead they will take their old toys to school, and the boys in the vocational train- Ing department will mend and re- pajnt them for distribution among needy children Of the community. Any surplus will be sent to the mountain children of the Ozarks. Santa Clang. Comeg to Town- Santa Claus came Saturday afternoon, and some 800 sacks of candy were given out to. children who swarmed on main street. Seventy- five boxes of,candy left will be used in Christmas boxes packed Christmas eve. Cafe Will Be Closed— Ole Johnson, who has operated 'the East Side cafe, will close his doos this week and return to Es- thervllle, where he owns property The building is owned by Mre. Johnson. C. A Full Line of Smokers Articles ttvi New Loans Exclusive of Renewals Since July I, This Year This amount represents new loans, exclusive of renewals, made by this bank during the last six months of 1932—more than one-half of the amount of,our entire loans to customers- exclusive of our first mortgage loans. This demonstrates this bank's willingness and readiness to make self-liquidating loans where ample security is offered and repayment can be assured within a reasonable length of » time. . *• Iowa State Bank f Capital, $50,000.00. J Surplus and Profits, 965,000.00 $ ALGONA, IOWA j W FRESH SHIPMENT JUST RECfAgED... Good, reliable Grenadier Coal (the gen- proves its burning. Greatly reduces waste- uine Consolidation Millers Creek) is now f ul smoke and soot-a saving on every ton. better than ever. Treated with Chemacol. Order Grenadier'Coal for the most satis- A secret compound that wonderfully im- factory heat you've ever known, " \ ' ' • 'f'*'" t " •* ' ' ' •" •. Sold and Guaranteed l>y 8RWN& COAL COMPANY

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