Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1937 · Page 3
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lY. NOVEMBER 9,1937.. A Phenomenal OAT Event! STARTING TOMORROW arred! Self-trimmed! Dressy! Sports! Coats of Every Description! at savings that urge Imedia t e action ! fcart fur - trimmed ort coats . . . stunning fessy types with gorge- furs . . . clever tail- sport models . < . Indsome fitted coats jaunty s w a g g er Hes . . . bright coats single or double easted types! All ex- Illent buys! >ress Specials! 7 QIJ Bright Shades •*" Shiny Trims Distinctive dresses that shimmer with gold embroidery, ornaments, nailheads, braid, sparkling jewels, many with clever boleros! New Autumn shades! Smart Fur Fabric Sport Coats Fashioned from genuine Ceranii cloth which looks like Caracul fur-flattering sport coats that are smart, warm, and temptingly low- priced. Department Stores Chemacol, the little helper, makes an even better fuel of coal, the best fuel known. Stops dusty coal deliveries. PEERLESS Like no other coal; has a unique way of breaking up its own coke and holds fire like big chunks, although conveniently sized, favorite here for years. 'Try a load of Botsford's Peerless today BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. I'HONE 256 JIM POOL ~™»^ Important! j Bl 'ing in those cut and broken tires and have a permanent repair made instead of taking a chance on a I stick-in boot. e Specialize in x Vulcanising Tires and Tubes. All work guaranteed. SAMPSON TIRE SERVICE located at 110 State St. 9 KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Dozen Seneca Seniors to Algona for Class Pictures Seneca, Nov. 8—Seniors went to Algona Thursday to have class pictures taken at Brown's studio. The seniors are Florence Jensen, Maxine Cody. Kathleen Kennedy, Fern Skow, Margaret Wolf, Margaret Lentsch, Gladys Dotson, Kenneth Bollig, Vernon Dotson, James Johnson, Gail Dotson, and Morton McKean. Night Basketball Practice- Seneca high school boys and girls' basketball teams are busy with evening practice. Coach Frank .._. .Hanna, with cooperation of the special music, readings, | basketball teams, is working hard " " " " " this Wesley. Nov. S-Armistice day in Wesley will bo observed by the public Thursday afternoon at 2-30 when a program will be given in the Klompetnr ball under auspices of the Legion Auxiliary, with Mrs. •I- I. Mrnirer, Americanism chairman, us director. J. D. Lowe, Algona, prominent Legionnaire and attorney, has been engaged to bring the Armistice day for nnd Supt. "EldoiT Ravlin' round out the program. develop some good teams will year. Ex-service men in the community plan to attend in a body, also teachers and pupils in both public and parochial schools. It has stressed that all in the community are. invited to attend. Stores and other business places Wesley usually close for the day at 11. a. m. Modern Mixers Tie Quilt— The Modern Mixer club met at Irs. Ralph Campbell's 'Wednesday fternoon. A quilt was tied during he afternoon, Mrs. Harvey Chris- to Aid Guest Day— Eighteen women of the Methodist Aid responded to an invitation to attend a Guest day luncheon at the Methodist church Thursday at 1:15 p. m.; Mesdames Arlo Dawson, A. M. Lease, Georgo Aldrich, P. C. Haynes, Oliver Young, Clarence Ward, Ernest Hutchison. Paul Erdmann, Wilbur Fischer, Alfred Nelson, Carl Johnson, Arthur Bottom, Charles Kraus, N. C. Nelson, J. B. Weiland, and Raymond Hanson; also Irene Haynes and Isabel Kcrrins. Other aids represented were Sexton and Doan. New "Vet" Ik-gins Practice Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Raney, of Klemme, are settled in the home here which they recently purchased from Dr. F. A. Bonnstetter, and Doctor Raney has commenced his veterinary practice. Mrs. Raney, the former Sarah Zittritsch, is a daughter of Mrs. Ann Zittritsch, and he is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Raney, both families of Algona. "Aux" Carpet Itec Tonight— A Legion Auxiliary meeting will be held this week Tuesday night, with Mrs. Caroline Studer as hostess. A carpet-sewing bee and radio party will take place at Mrs. Leo Bleich's Wednesday, with Mrs. Tom Forburger and Mrs. Samuel Alne assisting hostesses. Missionary Society Meets— The Methodist Foreign Missionary society met Friday at Mrs. Elmer Glawe's, southwest of town. Mrs. Arlo Dawson had charge- of the lesson, and a number of guests were present. The hostess served light refreshments. Kunxcs to S. U. I. Homecoming— Mrs. Julius Kunz and her daughters June Adele and Mary Adine left Friday for Iowa City to attend a homecoming celebration at the [state university with the son Julius Jr.* They got home Sunday evening. Hospital Patient Home Again— Mrs. Wallace Benton was broughl home Wednesday from the Genera hospital, Algona, where she had spent two weeks for medical treatment. Lorraine Carman is em ployed at the Benton home. See lowa-MiniH'sota Game— Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon with the Harold Clarks, Bancroft drove to Iowa City Saturday morn ing for homecoming at the ' stati university and the Iowa-Minnesota football game. Legion Plans Feather Party— The Legion is sponsoring its first feather party this season fo Tuesday night, November 23. Plen ty of turkeys, geese, and ducks will he on hand. Basketball Player Vcrla Mae Johnson had a kne< hurt at basketball practice om night last week, and will be unable to report for practice for some time. Other Wesley News. Lorraine Swanson, who had spent a week at her uncle Henry Swanson's and aunt Mrs. Guy Di mond's, left Wednesday to visi Britt relatives before leaving foi her home in Alexandria, Minn. She had been employed at Minneapolis five months before coming here. Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Becker and Dr. Ethel Becker, Des Moines, with Nora Becker, Ottumwa, were dinner guests last week Sunday ol their cousins, Rodney, DeEtta, and Leota Hall. In the afternoon they called at Arabella McPherson's. Mrs. Daisy Rentz, Lu Verne spent Monday with her mother Mrs. Nellie Gregory, who is living with Arabella McPherson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price, who had rooms at Gail Stockwell's have moved to the J. L. Studer house where they have rooms. Irene and Arlene Haynes, bott employed at Algona, spent a half holiday here with the home folks Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Mullin drove to Mason City Thursday for the day witt a sister who is a patient at Mercy hospital. The Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson, Algona, were entertained Tuesday night at Jorgen Skow's. The Victor Frideres family, southwest of town, is under quarantine for scarlet fever. Mrs. D. J. Zerbe spent Thursday at Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Seeinan. A M Lease and George Aldncn drove to Austin. Minn., Thursday on business missions. WANT AND FOR SALE OR Trade ads in either the Advance of the Upper Des Moines get approximately four times the circulation provided by any other medium. The newspapers are circulated throughout the county, not just out of the Algona postoffice alone, and the papers go into homes not on rural mail rutes as well as to homes on BURT PUPILS ARE TO GIVE AN OPERETTA Hurt, Nov. 8—An operetta, The l-ypsy Troubadour, will be present- d by the Music Union at the high. school auditorium this week Frilay evening. Mary Ann Smith plays the part of Rosita, beautiful gypsy girl who s heart-broken over the desertion of her gypsy troubadour, Nikoli, played by Harold Weiske, who has alien, for the charms of a blonde, 21ara Clayton, played by Ruth Thompson. routes. Why not get money will pay for? what your tf tiansen and daughters, of Ringsted, were guests. Other Seneca News. Friends and relatives were saddened by the death of Fred Simpson, who was killed last week Tuesday evening in an auto accident near the Jay Godden home. Mrs. George Patterson, one of the occupants of the car, received serious injury to her back and legs. Florence Looft left Wednesday morning for Ames, where she will be employed at Matt Mundson's. Mrs. Mundson is an aunt of Florence. Mrs. Albert Cady spent last week Monday and Tuesday in Minneapolis, where she received medical treatment. Clarence- Petersen has been suffering a week with a bad case of quinsy. Youth's Arm Broken as Team Runs Away Ledyard, Nov. 8 — Melbourne, eon )f Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Haag, rought a load of feed to the local eed mill Wednesday to be ground, nd while he was waiting his hors- s were frightened by a trailer and ran away. Melbourne, who at- empted to hold them, was dragged o the corner, and he suffered a roken left arm, beside bruises and umps on the head. He- was taken o Doctor Storey's for treatment, Clarence Riddle, Harold Wilma Riddle, Zelpha Rae Long, Pratt, Lowe to Be Armistice Day Speaker at Wesley PROGRAM UNDER THE DIRECTION OF LEGION 'AUX PAGE THttBl Spreader Pins Man to a Farm Tractor Irvlngton, Nov. 8— Leo Arndorf- r was bruised somewhat one day ast week, when a spreader which he was pulling behind his tractor bumped Into the tractor and pinned him s6 badly that he could not extricate himself. Mrs. Arndorfer was unable to help, and went to the field for the corn-pickers, who were working there. A hitch which hooked the two machines together broke, 'causing the crowd down against while Mr. Arndorfer was driving down a small Incline. spreader to the tractor Lotts Creek Margaret Feine, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene, is teaching the Fenton Parochial school a few days. Teacher Lock is not strong enough to teach since he had a case of blood-poisoning. • The Lotts Creek Aid will meet Friday afternoon in the parochial school basement with Mra. AdolfeD Peril as"Mstais, • " •- •";^\\ Wlimftr Wichtendahl droffl ''W Austin, Minn,; Tuesday. Mrs. William iZumach had at birthday party for^hef eon Dennla Wayne Wednesday* . ; _ 8ALESBOOKS, ORDER BOOKS ,• similar items can be ordered *l the Advance office, often at » wtv* over salesmen's prices. it* BUY iSTOKLEY CAN FOODS by the case or dozen* Long's Liuella Weiske, Virgina Patterson June Rash, Floyd Stott, and George Becker have important parts in the production, and a chorus of 30 voices completes the cast. The operetta Is (being directed by Erna Baars. Reports for Rehekah Lodges— •Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macauley, Mrs. Mary Steward, Mrs. J. H. Graham, and VIrs. M. L. Vinaas attended a Rebekah meeting at Titonka Monday ivening. Mrs. Sheldon gave i a report of a state Rebekah Assembly at Des Moines, and Thursday she gave it for'the Burt lodge, and Friday evening for the Wesley lodge. She was accompanied to Wesley by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gra- tiam, Mr. and Mrs. Macauley, and Mrs. Mary Steward. Californian on Way Home— Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling took Mrs. Bahling's aunt, Mrs. H. V. Johnson, to Fort Dodge last week Sunday, and the latter visited there a few days before going on to Kansas City to visit a sister. From there she will return to her home at Hollywood, Calif. She had spent a month here at the Bahling and R. S. John homes. Hewlyvreds Home from Honeymoon •Dr. and Mrs. M. I. Lichter returned MondaV from a honeymoon in the Twin Cities. 'Mrs. Lichter is with .her parents at Emmetsburg till Doctor Lichter gets possession of the house occupied 'by the H. E. Rachuts which he has rented. Charlvariers have made unsuccessful attempts to find the newlyweds. Skating Pond is Planned- Last week the vacant lots on the north side of the street west of the depot were cleared of rubbish and leveled for flooding for an ice- skating pond as soon as the weather turns cold enough to freeze water. The lots are low and were easily prepared. The community club is sponsoring the project. Party Visits in Illinois— Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, his father, D. D. Clapsaddle, Algona, the doctor's brother Horace, also Algona, and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel drove to Auralia, 111., a few days ago, and the Clapsaddles visited a sick relatives, while Mrs. Dremmel visited at her son Floyd's. All returned Thursday. Pastor to Ministerial Conference— The Rev. Thoburn Speicher attended a joint meeting of the Fort Dodge and Algona Methodist districts at Humboldt Wednesday and Thursday. The Rev. C. K. McNary, Kamrar, spent Wednesday night at the Speicher home. Wins Trip to Akron, Ohio- Roy* Clark has been at the Diamond service station while Charles Lappe has been away on a visit at Akron, Ohio. The jaunt was won by Mr. Lappe by large sales of Firestone tires. was on his way from Laurel, Md. to Los Angeles, Calif., where he will spend the winter. Mrs. C. L. Holding went to Britt Thursday and brought here her sister, Mrs. William Larsen, and the latter's two daughter, who spent the week-end at the Holding home. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill, Mrs Maude Hanna, Mrs. J. T. Heaney and Mary Tjaden attended a past matrons' night at Algona last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Olaf Olson, Elmbre, and her daughter Barbara spent last Wednesday and Thursday at Mrs. Anna Toebben's. A Legion Auxiliary monthly lewing meeting will be 'held at Mrs. Tom Trenary's this week Wednesday. Mrs. George W. Patterson and her daughter Virginia went to Lake Mills Thursday for a few days with relatives. Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and Leona Lichter, Algona, went to Iowa City lay for state university homecoming. The Rev. L. Richmanns were supper guests last week Tuesday evening at A. C. Bierstedt's, Lacota. The Legion Auxiliary will serve supper for Legion members on Armistice day at 0. H. Graham's. William Giddings went to Pine ity, Minn., last week Monday for a couple of weeks with relatives. Mrs. J. G. McDonald, her two daughters, and Viola Smith were Port Dodge visitors Friday. Mrs. Lucinda Briggs has moved to Thor, where she lives near a daughter. Mrs. Annie Horton, of Bancroft, is assisting with the work at W. E. Stahl's. The G. E. Braces spent Sunday at E. A. Hansen's, Bricelyn, Minn. Visit Patient at Fairmontli— The Paul Dettmans and C. M. Godfredson, Algona, drove to Fairmont Thursday to visit Mrs. Godfredson, who is in a hospital there, following an operation. Quilting Party is Given- Airs. J. N. Holding entertained a tew friends at a quilting party Thursday. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, of Fenton, was an out-of-town guest. Buys Pool Hall at aiaxwell— Lloyd Frazier, who recently sold his cafe here to Willard Stow, has purchased a pool hall and beer )arlor at Maxwell. Other Burt News. Mr, and Mrs. Lester Lovstad, of iCensington, Minn., came last week Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Lovstad's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz, and other Burt relatives. Wednesday evening they were supper guests at Harold Steward's. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh and Lucia Wallace, Algona, spent Thursday at H. O. Buell's. Mrs. Louise Hyde and. Mrs. Claire Anderson, Algona, and Mrs. C. W. Patterson spent Friday afternoon with the Buells. L> T. Whitehill arrived Wednes- d.ay for a yjslt with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. WWtehiU. He Would You Buy Four Sticks of Gum For a Nickel ? P H O N E 2 2 9 me CAR THAT is MILLIONS OF PEOPLE CAME, SAW AND AGREED "You'll be ahead with a Chevrolet!" . Millions of enthusiastic visitors in the first twenty-four hours! Scores of thousands of buying orders! Thousands upon thousands of requests for demonstrations! That's the way people are greeting the new 1938 Chevrolet— the car iliat is complete —the car that says to you, the minute you see and drive it, "Ybu'fl be ahead with a Chevrolet!" Decide now to be kind to your desires and equally kind to your pocketbook by buying the car that bears the Chevrolet trade-mark —the symbol of savings! CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION General Mann Sola Corporation DETHOIT, MICHIGAN ... or a yard of cloth without knowing whether you will get wool or cotton? It's just the same when you buy fuel solely on its per-ton price. And there is just as much difference between the warmth and lasting qualities of fuel as there is between wool and cotton. F. S. Norton & Son's coals are scientifically selected based upon the heating value per dollar—not by the cost-per- ton. Why not join the ever-increasing number of local families who always buy fuel wisely? Get MORE HEAT PER DOLLAR—order F, S. Norton Coal today! ! R S. 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