Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 18, 1933 · Page 3
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18,1933. l MB BORN ^LGONAIN'89 r Jennie Mag„_ death was re- week, were held at 2:30 at the church, with, the Rev. r pastor, and the a, present pastor, was made in iRiv- recently vis- apiparently KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Iowa State bank, Magmmon. with Mrs. — _ school in 1908. taught rural . schools five years, and then, Mrs. Leigh's fellow cluh members, who attended in a hody; Fred Boesch Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Fred noesch. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. .Tonkins, Mrs. Wm. Cole, son Glen, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Adoliph Torreson, Mr. and Mrs. Bonnctt, all of Amboy; Mr C ,'i'Burial who s ar a.a iM Arr arriKwn;: ^^^^ r 03 ^ f^tnr^nZttSUSi"-^ ^'^ and ""• K& ™ to tftio neighborhood of Amhoy Minn., where they bought a farm which Mr. Leigh is still farming. There is one child, a son, Robert Kugene iLeigh, 18. Active in her community, Mrs. last weefk Tues- JILJ hospital, Man- r, n/vwine ait operation Mon[SS \ ft* Perforated ap- , e March SO, 1889, Mrs. was .past 44 at death, ten years she was clerk of the .school board in her township. 'Besides 'the sister at home there Wat-burton, (laughter Laura. 'Relatives [rom out-of-town who came were Mr. and Mrs. John Gray, Winnoliago, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. K. J' Leigh, Irvington, daughter Helen. On Ames B. B. Squad. Burton Thomson, Swea City, has been chosen for membership in the Ireshman basketball squad at Ames college. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Thomson, former „_„ ,»,..„- 11 . . - .' <-«">« mrn. r. j. 1'nomson, lormer are three oth-i.- sisters: Mrs. Sim- Algonians, and his father, former •«« Leigh, irvington; Mrs. p. H. Tlum Crook elevator manager, is gona ;aml Mrs. H. w. But- now manager of a Swea City Farm- 'viniorc ' ttntvn, !..,..__ i i , Shopping Continued from page one. ing along with more money, so Dad stood a good chance of needing that billfold. Perfume for Sis, So There t Oscar's sister was going to get perfume; the clerk had told him it was the kind she bought. Oscar didn't think it smelled strong enough, but if it was what she wanted it was okey by him. Oscar said he had to be careful what he bought for her, because since she had been away to college, his ideas didn't seem to match up with them sorority ideas. His kid sister was going to get a doll, a big one that opened and shut its eyes and said "Mama." Willie asked whether it looked like Oscar, then ducked to escape a paper weight which sailed past his ear. Nothing Too Good for Mother. Oscar was going to get an electric flatiron for mother, the light kind you nearly throw over your shoulder when you pick it up. Her hand and arm get tired using the other one, she says, especially since she got the rheumatiz in it. And Oscar will get her one of those automatic mixers that run with an electric motor and stir things up in a hurry. Willie erred grieviously when he asked what Oscar wanted for himself, for Oscar said he had his things all picked out, towit a billfold, a cig- aret lighter, a cameo ring, a camera, a shirt, gloves, tools, a scarf, an ash try outfit with a trick lid, a typewriter, a thermometer that fits outside the window— Willie saw the boss coming, and Oscar began writing furiusly, "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the party," meanwhile kicking his bundles out of sight under the desk. The Goeders Co. Holiday Sale MOM It's going to be the most heart-warming Christmas in years! We are ready to help make it so—with rapturous gifts that fit every name in your list—with smiles and service that make shopping just a lark—with faith in your faith in Christmas. Silk Lingerie BURT MAT MEN DEFEAT GRANT, LOSETOE.G, Prospects Now Favor Fast Mat Team for Hurt's H. S. Burt, Dec. 19— The Burt liig school wrestling team lost an ex citing match to the veteran Bag] Grove grapplers Friday night. Only seven matches were carded, nee Grant, owing to -lack of ma- erial, does not have boys in all weights. Willard Stow, Burt, offi- ated. Eagle Grove Results. These were all decision events. In the Eagle Grove meet results were as follows: S5-lb.—iPrehm, B. G., won from Mansmitih, 'Burt, fall. ' 85-11).—>Prehm, 'E. G., won from Graham, Burt, fall. 105-lb.—Vogel, Burt, won from Soppeland, E. G., fall, and .Stewart, Burt, won from Mikelso, E. G.; fall. 115-1*.—A. Wright, E. G., won from M. Bahling, Burt, decision, and .Umpstead, !E. G., won from Weislte, Burt, decision. 125-1'b.—Osman, E. G., won from M. Bristow, fall. 135-lb.—1R. Bristow, .Burt, won UJ I . ' I E>ery one, men and women alike, ; appreciate the distinction of ft g«?t [of jewelry. To mark the Holiday [season, we present onr fine jewelry and gifts of silverware, etc., 1 at prices which make immediate purchasing wise. May we show you our complete and attractive selection! was the second meet of the seaso lor Burt, which had tied Grant la week Tuesday night in the first en counter of the season. The Burt team, with hut .three regulars ot last year's county championship 'team, gives promise of developing into a strong Judged by its showing, in the early season meets. Personnel of Team. The team Friday nigiht consisted of three freshmen, two sophomores One, two LADIES' WRIST WATCHES White or yellow gold or combination of both. Guaranteed movements. A beautiful gift— $14.00™ 35.00 Beautiful high grade holloware many geautiful pieces. sugar, creamer, and &I7 tray is only ------ -4" » Beautiful hollow handle pieces. Guaranteed plate am I finest ^ eel - $8.50 Price --------------- ^ GENTS' WBIST WATCHES Leather or metal bracelets High quality. Price range—$10.00 to $37.50. Toilet Sets Beautiful rings. Genuine stones, regular solid gold. t? from Roper, E. G., decision. 145-l<b.—R. Carter, Burt, won from Evans, E. G., fall. 1'55-lb.—Lukehart, E. G., won from "W. Winkie, Burt, fall. Two matches in lightweights were substituted for the 1'5-lb. and heavyweight classes. Another Match Tonight. Burt, wrestlers face the hardest .schedule of the last three years during which the school has spon sored wrestling. of three iresnmen, twu auy.^."."—-, This week Thursday night Gil- three Juniors, three seniors. Robert janore City will exchange holds with Gray a freshman, reported for the local boys here. 'This is the m-actice last week, and will iprob-i first year GilmOre City has endor.s- ahlv Eet the call for 85-lb. .to 95-lb.Ud the sport, but the visitors will - assignment in following bring a full team, and a good meet • " --*• is in store for fans. _ . The rest of tihe Burt schedule includes meets with Forest City, L,u Verne, Grant Consolidated, Mason 'City, Gilmore "City, and Clarion. •The meet 'here .this week Thurs- shortstop 'berth lasi spring *..« day night will be open to the puto- won a district wrestling meet and|.H c without admissions as part of a placed fourth in the' state, heads .program sponsored toy Burt busi- the regulars. Raymond Carter,'ness men. ! who lost tout two matches last year, and Willis Vogel are the other veterans. Besults at Grant. In the match at Grant results were as follows: «5-lib.-mead, Grant, won from Mansmith, Burt. 105-lb.—JStewart, Burt, won from Barger, Grant, and Vogel, Burt, [won from Richardson, Grant. 11'5-lb.—^Patterson, Grant, won from Weiske, Burt. . I 125-lb.—M. Bahling, Burt, drew with Boever, Grant, overtime; A. iBoever, Grant won from M. Bristow, Burt. 145-lb.—R. . Carter, Burt, won from from Pederson, Grant. 'tllctQQ cvotJ* ft •>»»»» w«w —- — meets. With still another freshman available after the first semester, iBurt will present a stronger lightweight division. Eddie Stewart, stellar Burt athlete who gained an "all-state shortstop 'berth last spring ana TYPEWRITER CARBON AT THE ADVANCE 8NTBRED AS SECOND CLASS matter December 31. 1908. at the PoBtotflce at Aleona, Iowa, under the tot of March 2, 1879. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION i—To Kossuth county postofflees and bordering postofflces at Armstrong. Bode. Brltt, Buffalo Center. Cor- wlth, Cylinder, Elmore, Hutchlns. Livermore, Ottosen, Rake, Rlne- •ted Rodman, Stlleon, west and Woden, year »-To all other U. S. Postofflces, $3.50™ $8.00 EIGHT DAT CLOCKS Either wind or electric, beautiful finish. Good workmanship. Guaranteed time keepers— $6.00™ $12.50 BEER SILVERWARE Lovely sets and a wide range of prices. Guaranteed, 26-piece sets—$5.75 and up. /' LUSBY'S jewelrySt«*« What Women Can Resist These Pretty Things to Wear Princess Slips of fine silk and rayon, double bias cut-4ailored to tf» 1 1 Q fit, flesh or hlack «*-*• •-£ &. Princess Slips of fine 'heavy silk—perfect fitting bias cut, tailored or lace trimmed—all sizes • Silk Gowns of fine heavy quality—new longer style, finely tailored and lace trimmed—all sizes Rayon Pajamas in fine quality—^perfect fitting—beautiful color combinations—smart new ruffled and puffed sleeves Rayon Dansetts __ Smartest new cut panties with double ibuilt hrassieres QQ/» —dainty contrast color combinations, all sizes O«7C/, Snow Suits and Ski Suits in all sizes from 2 yrs. to 18—fine heavy woolens and corduroy fashion smart zipper front suits—good colors. $3.95 $7.95 SraSr«Ere.aiqSf«^^ Boys Suits Please the youngster with one or two of these smart Jack Tar suits in all wool jersey with lined pants and de-? tachable blouse. ^_ $1.95 $2.95 ^atft^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^iBME \ House Robes Insure Her Leisure jHour Comfort With These l [ ' Wool Flannel Robes Finely tailored, smart looking and comfy, two-tone color, pocket and cuffs, many colors Wool Flannel Robes of finest quality—notched lapels—contrast cuffs,- tt/T pocket and collar, such beautifulcolorings, all sizes _w«* ' Beacon Robes that are full size. These insure comfort, finely tail-v ored to fit and wear, beautiful colorings Silk Robes of fine quality—and how happy «he will be when .she receives one of these Silk Robes in smart contrasting revers and cuff s—sure to tf O O K please with a silk robe gift W ** •**" Footwear Sale I Gift Hankies The season's smartest styles in suede and suede combinations are these pumps and ties. Most all sizes in black or brown. $2.95 $4.95 A great collection of fine hankies for women, girls, men, and boys. Pine linens and sheer Swiss—hand rolled hems. TO 50c Fine Linens Gifts of Linen are $ure to Please. Lasting—Practical Linen Damask Cloth, 54x70 of good quality, hand worked hems, beautiful new pat- $2.95 terns—dhop them Lace Table Cloth, 72x90 A most popular gift that is sure to please, see them Russian Linen Cloth, 72x90 The newest thing in smart linens. Her table looks different Double Damask Set 60x90 The finest lustrous linen in this cloth and eight napkins «jj J Xd.25 v $9,00 Sale of Coats i Sale of Dresses 1 ORDEH i A ' LCASE. One Full Case fl £0 24 Bottles . , V*« w ATTENTION FARMERS! If vou want Beer for Christmas or New Years buyyour^ase today. We made a speclal purchase of 300 cases rf .FoiL»^tfe W ONLY gell at this low price for ONE WEEK UWk* • BLOOM Luxurious fur trimmed coats in fine fabrics, sizes 14 to 46, at only a part of their regular price. A practical gift. Please her with one of these beautiful dresses. A practical gift priced at a part of their regular value. Sizes 14 to 44. $16.95 $24.95 »-00 «•» I* | ',! 'i ,«i 3tore Opep Night* to 9

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