Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1933 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 21, 1933
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21,1393. sincerely hope that this Christmas will the beginning of many good things for you. ll on «8 for service. NELSON KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA PAGfe IJOCALS •'• «^" •• ^WHV' ~^^f^^^- ' Edgar Finnell is expected home irom Ames, where he is a student it Iowa State colege. Dr. B. -P. Dewel, Evanaton, 111., is expected Saturday morning for the week-end at home. Paul Harnil, of the Borchardt drug store, plans to spend Christmas with his parents at Carroll. Jos. Kelly Jr. got .home yesterday morning from South Bend, Ind., where he is a freshman at Notre Dame. ing the holidays with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Her 'brother Kenneth, employed on the Sioux City Journal, will spend part of the holidays here. Mrs. D 1L. Leffert and Mrs. H. W. Edwards drove to Swea City last Thursday to see 'the former's S. D., the latter a sister of Miss was published, and County Supt. Barth, came tor her, and she will Shirley obtained a set for his office spend the winter with them. library* iLast week J. F. Qvermyer, A,gonians who tgh -W <«» 2»£j jffffi^.SSS i New Year™ Ruth | the many selections which caught McMahon comee tomorrow from his youthtul fancy. Galva, where she teaches mathe- in recent mention of the inar- matics and is a popular member of riage of Pearl Robinson, Wesley, the high school faculty. Doris JLong, to Raymond McMahon, Algona, the who teaches at Nora Springs, ia bride was spoken of as the daugn- expected tonight, and Bhvood Nor- ter of ",bhe late Mr, and Mrs. Chas. ton, manual training teacher at L. Robinson." Mrs. Robinson died iLawton, will come tomorrow, in 1918, but Mr. Robinson writes Mrs. Willfred Cooney, near Britt. JJ-the f believes the inference that mother, Mrs. Hannah Anderson, who is past 90 and in feeble health, Mrs. Anderson's daughter, Emma Anderson, lives with her. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace drove Dorothy Sellstrom, junior at Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Wne from"«oohesterFriday, that ho?Mn'v« I3aturda y f°r ^e i C y day when it was necessary to holujnyfl - drive with great care. Mrs. Wai- holidays, Mary J. Ilice arrived Monday ..»«,., j. 1V ii;« mrivea monaay from Ann Arbor, Mich,, where she is a senior at the University of Michigan. Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, Chicago, arrived Tuesday to spend a lew months with her daughter, Mrs. D. H. Goeders. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman and their daughter Ann spent Sunday with Mr. Stillman's (brother, !L. P. Stillman, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Walker left esterday to spend the holidays ith their daughter, Mrs. Francis Messenger, Cedar Rapids. The Eastern Stars and the Ma- ons will hold joint installation of fficers at the Masonic Temple Thursday evening, January 4. Mary Blaha, who had teen office girl for the Kent Motor Co. several years, returned a week ago Sunday o her home at Belle Plaine, Minn. The H. 0. Buells.'Burt, have gone .0 St. (Petersburg, Fla., where they lace, who was there 26 days, had an operation and is now recuperating. Her sister, Marie Grover, of Burt, is with 'her. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders at- SSjS5a?S«J=SSS!S tended an annual meeting of 100 New York Life agente at Waterloo last week Monday. There was a noon banquet. Mr. Goeders holds a |u.~—-., t~7;~T"—~j Wotoi™ I state license as a New York Life!of Burt, and^Commander JWatern agent. This is one of the biggest and Adjutant May your Christmas be merry, and may we coa- inue to enjoy your patronage. Kent Motor Co. Call and,see the new 1934 V-8. safest companies in the business. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand, St. Peter, Minn., and their .daughter Millicent are expected Saturday for Christmas with the .Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand, and C. E. Sjostrand will conduct morning services at the Bancroft iLutheran churdh while his son is conducting services here. Last week's Spencer Reporter said that Mr. and Mrs. • Clarence Phillips would move this week to Wesley, also attended, (Problems relating to posts were discussed, served at the Medm, students at Ames, are expected home! C i, 6 ,i.^», and at present tioned at 'San (Francisco, where he is foreman of part of the construction of a great bridge eight miles long across the bay to Oakland. | 'This is a government iPWA project In the Advance of December r Mrs. Tribon's Rummage Sale continues Two Day* More FRIDAY & SATURDAY On account of the eager enthusiastic crowds of buyers the rummage sale being conducted by Mrs. Trlb- on will continue two days more in order to accommodate everyone wishing to take advantage of the wonderful bargains in winter needs before Christmas. Women's, men's, boys, and girls' winter wearing apparel, together with many useful gift items ait unheard of prices. LOCATION—NEXT BOOB EAST OF POSTOFFICB '* ,,' IctAiL THEATRE X Metric (SYSTEM SOUND will spend the winter.' They have j Omaha, where Mr. Phillips will rep- spent a winter or two there before, resent the Spencer Monument Co. Mrs. Pauline Worster and Mrs. Hazel Keen drove to Des Moines Tuesday, and thence brought home Eleanor Keen, state university student. Walter Fraser Jr. is expected home from Ames for the holidays. He is teaching at Iowa State college while studying for a 'Ph. D. degree. Marriage licenses have been issued to Ralph R. Merkla, Algona Hazel Mathson, Bancroft; George Bakke, Agnes Rierson, both of Forest City. •Inna 'Stehle left Saturday for Des Moines to visit friends till after the holidays. iShe is a graduate of the Des Moines University of Commerce. Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse .plan to . He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips, east of Algona, and his wife, a Spencer girl, was formerly Clara Nelson. Elsie Specht and Supt. and Mrs A. C. iHoorneman, Springville, are expected Saturday at Mayor C. F Specht's, and all will spend Christ mas day with another daughter Mrs. Harry Larson, Forest City Mr. and Mrs. Hoorneman will go t Le Mars to spend New Year's with Mr. Hoorneman's parents. A good-sized audience attendee the junior high school operetti The Sunbonnet Girl, at the H. S auditorium Friday evening. The part of sunbonnet girl was taken toy Marjorie Phillips. The play, which was well done, was directed ur. ana Mrs. *-. v. jaiise .yiiui (.« 'by Grace Miller, assisted by Jeanne drive to Des Moines today to meet Coon. The cast was published last their daughter, Mrs. H. T. Mi-ller,' Oklahoma City, who will spend the holidays here. Former County Agent E. R. Mor- and .a banquet was Warden hotel. Kenneth and Carl ill. LUC AU T e*i»vj*s \jg. f-r w—«•••—•— - i appeared a picture of an Ames team 'came'Monday from Ames, where he f four young men and. .their;-" ^ s a sophomore in the veterinary epartment. Edmund Norton, reshman in forestry at Ames, is xpected tomorrow evening. George Kanouff comes today from Iowa City, w'here he attends the univers- ty. June Adel Aman, student at a Des Moines school of beauty cul- ure, will also come today. The balcony of the high school gymnasium was three-quarters full of fans last Thursday evening when a .basketball clinic was given (by Coach Mercer and the basketball squad. The coach explainec many of the plays used toy squads in the game, and the team demon New rules were '~ r demonstratded. lowing this, a short scrimmage \jj, .LUUJ. yvmt'ts *»»^« «•.»•— vf-~- — —^ • i 'rofessor Beard, of the Animal j Husbandry department, the occas- on for the mention being the fact hat the auartet had won the seventh annual inter-college tudging championship in a _ at Kansas City. Third in the picture was Thos. N. Scott, Perry, and it turns out that he is the great- 3iephew of M. P. Weaver, young Scott's mother heing a daughter of Mr. Weaver's sister, Mrs. Mae Bruner, Des Moines, who was well] kmown here 30 years ago. j^g^ i<> e IfS yRMyA^^^--^^«^^^^"=^-« MERRY CHRISTMAS . Scott is Mrs. Bruner's daughter by a first marriage to a man named] Newton. lowing tnis, a snuri »> 5 " J " mB 6«» ,,- , game was played between the rep- Call Advance. We thank you for another year of your kind patron.-, i.—|f age. Christmas greetings to all! .; J ulars ers. The TT t*t? iJ*"'J *-»• " — - •' ---- ---- « and the second-string play- WE DON'T WANT A Rev. W. H. ILease, D. D., on han( j Jan . lgt> That's Botsford Lumber Co. erit, forwards renewal Methodist ipastor at Spirit Lake, reason l£or tn i s Gigantic Radio Sale former Algona district superintend- talce your p j clc f rom man y styles. — - -. -—take your pick from many styles. ~ of his Ad- , Se ,: s at all prices, starting at J12.95. vance subscription, and remarks: 1 JIM POOL, Mgr. week. Magnus Lichter, senior in the 'Mt is hard to break off all connection with Algona, after having lived lere six years and formed so many j riendships. The Advance comes to —Gamble Stores. 33-15 veterinary department at Iowa State college, came home' Tuesday s each week nson was stern Electric. Wide Range Sound Station. he latest and ibest. equipment— jl's the answer to the: wonderful i quality at the Call.' and Tuesday, attending a school of „„ „. . . instruction covering his new duties Monday, December 25, Christmas as f arm overse er $ or the Bankers It's to be a ibig one to be re- Life. , ase( j Mrs. C. K. Clark returned last ' Watch for Herald next week to week Wednesday from Des Moines, e distributed Saturday before where she had spent several days Christmas | with Mr. Clark, who is a salesman giturdaf, December S3 Extra Special Booking. IUAGNEY, MAE CLARKE in "Lady Killer" |EXW SPECIAL BOOKING l pay you to plan for it! i the Fearless Micky Mouse Comedy Program (Only) December 24 JE TRACY, SALLY BLAINE [ in "Advice to the Lovelorn" It's an .event! t released for Kossuth count i students on their hbmecom Back to nature. Technicolor "Menu" Micky's Good Deed ., --••• : New News |to worth driving 60 miles for. •f OM 1'ATIUCOLA in a fcig musical "Yeast is Yeast" and New News ./.' . ... Tuesday-Wednesday, Dec. 26-27 home for a week's vacation. _— — . — — — i ;•• £r~" I t eac hes French high school. tjuuniy Age: 111 ' rj. xv. IYAUJ.- WL**W,. ~«-.~e~, at Des Moines Monday if or the holidays. He recently com- ipleted a successful season as center on the Iowa State football team. iHoyt Raney, another senior veterinary student, got home yesterday. Lewis Ferguson, senior.in forestry, .s expected today. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Didriksen, of Britt, spent Sunday with local relatives. The Didriksens fanned near Algona many years, but for 'the last few years have lived on a farm they own at the edge of Britt. Mr Didriksen is a brother of Martin Didriksen, Milwaukee section fore man here, and an uncle of Anton IDidriksen, Advance foreman. for the Iowa Conentrate Products Co. there. , Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer will [meet their daughter June Adel at Mason City 'Saturday and bring her jk's vacation. She in the Oska'loosa . N. A. Smith drove to Sioux City | yesterday to 'bring home fois daugh- a letter from ome. All goes well with us. This Methodist year has started much >etter than last year's, and we are mrsuing a 'forward, .march", pro;ram." •Everyone who went to school 50 years ago retains a vivid recollection of the McGuffey readers. Their excellence and the lapse of time has made them so celebrated that now the few remaining copies are sought by collectors, reprint edition of the Recently a whole set mem? LIONEL BARRYMOKE ALICE BRADY CONWAY TEARLE Also Comedy Program Opal Cronin is expected home u - from -Elmhurst, 111., where she i te7^Harriett,"caroiyn Andrews," of teaching the third grade this year the Doan neighborhood, and Mary.«h« will be here four weeks Ma ffl eSe students at Morn - ystt&^&K c Inlo^'^hfls^r ^pTSW^&'&tf W two' weeks vacation He was ins, who teaches at Gilmore City, an old schoolmate, William will spend the holidays here. • SIOan ^ a Vo D ?ogSer e . S> aUd they .d^S^^^^ Skinner Fort Dodge teach- non, where she is a freshman at expected tomorrow for the'Cornell college. .She is majoring with ' Mrs. E. J. Ski the son CHARLOTTE HENRY Zf& SUE ffff .f neU yesterday and .brought back county attorneys and sheriffs, which her Shier Marguerite Dalziel, Sheriff Dafhlhauser also attended. FOB THE MAN WHO Smokes The most appreciated gift is something that he really does appreciate. He always has and always will enjoy his favorite cigar, a pipe, or cigarette. buque, where he has been a student since September. He is the ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, southeast of Algona. Legion Auxiliary members asked to. deliver donations returned Saturday from Iowa City, where she bad spent two months recuperating from a major operation. She was brought home with six other pa- are tients in a Ibus. operated by the uni- of versity hospital. Yesterday Mr, :: Economical:: y and Friday, Bee. 28-2* '<3mttwie< Thursday, morning matinees Satur* r out of town families and Algona folks to see it Thursday Friday, 10-25c. And . Capt. Henry's Bad«o Show New News aaitcu LW ,- >*«... — Christmas food at Mrs. V. V.-Nau- dain'is, 108 east McGregor. Saturday morning. All baskets will go to ex-service men with families. •RuthiStokes and Thehna Hori- ean, Minneapolis, are expected tomorrow evening for visits with the me folks over the holidays. R. B^ who clerks in a Spencer "hoe store, will spend the week- VCl B1LJ uyD^*!***.. - -^^.-; . and Mrs. Thos. Quinlan, Worthing, ™^——.- *-.. "I". '_ "•".. ' i Advance Information ,' ' ] jf T'J • *. «*.f.nt*rY r. and Mrs. M. C. McMahon will •e Saturday to spend Christmas I with the latter'* mother, Mrs. J. W Mangan, Minneapolis. Mrs. Man"will accompany them home, and son John will come after her Free Beer ! Buy a case— get another free. No advance in price. VERA'S BEER GARDEN inforwftton on furnisbM by Y. Our store specializes in Smokers' Goods. We have a complete line of all the latest in Smokers articles. All the new things, and you can get him a gift he'll like as low as 25c. {Appropriate: Merry Christmas —and— A Happy New Year lion't fail to see these: CIGABETTES, CIGARS PIPES TOBACCOS LIGHTERS HOLDERS TRAYS and many other things Specially Wrapped for Holiday Purchasers AS LOW AS 85c To Our Friends: The Spirit of the Holiday Season prompts us to wish you Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, history a new a very ,„«,_, Ames, and working doctor's degree. Larson, 'was the knee. He is in and the leg gave way 10-25c. every 1 acts in ?" w -.r;;,Mr|i DfNNEB AT EIGHT »®NS- ding lunch will P rrnic S elSkTphy S ic,l. training teacher at Eagle Grove, is spend A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Smokers' Headquartere and Supply Store, rapid progress in leading this nation to eoonomU? i*so successfully accomplished without the and co-operation of the people whom he is so masterfully serving. New Year. T - Zender & CaldweU Sincerely yourf

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