Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1937 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 23, 1937
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Drop* COLDS and FEVER f Iffit dfty Headache, SO Wlhtttes — World's I/lnlment ' LITE'S FOOT" Toes ...j painful ng skin in- using tiny cning and. • skin and jg between (the soles of the feet. It's Solve* effects complete jjis and similar conditions. Sgrowth. Get a jar today.' . Scholl's Foot Comfort I Appliances for all com* ubles. I ELL SHOE CO, ilgona, Iowa Edward CAME TiflOWA IN 1886 FROM FREEPOHT, ILL, Burt, No. 22-A number of Hurt people celebrated birthday, ..... week with parties or other n ,tl "i PAOB ozen •ish , Lemuel Marlow, Do! M-u- 1 two children, ail of L, no Mr. and Mrs i H ™* Mw. Marlows. the els; also present Bi<mie."an!r ,!"'""" " sr >»- Arlowo" Z^f *"'« S' a (Ly M Mpp- "'""id K'^insil "'"y' MclKli! Donald Looft. ° W Warncr - —-* of Gable, Attended a rural w* "••'— Banker wiemor to llochostcr- here 1866 from the trip wi Oldtfmo Girl yislts Here— ave you money on Mrs - Lo 's Trainer Phi r "' •• - Icnmo l« a f weok Monday tween games re- OHier Ledyard * Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Link, emp [Company H, MINNESOTA —, spent evening at D. A. Link's. . . —„ an addi- his repair shop. , who operated a gocery store years ago. I Past Matrons' Jfi s i lt P + U8 t*i y eveni "K. November Past Matrons' night will bo y ° local chaptcr -ir? •* fv. > ' ! «« i E^™IsS FENTON QUINTS BEAT BANCROFT IN TWO GAMES 7*."ita™w,SV~S o' past worm, matrons ,,M ni- I irons* PflCEMflKER C/7/v's/was T,R'U C> To N Dewel |Advance Office '" NEY Loan lOBILE LOANS LOW KATES ON TOOK SENT CAB |e you a liberal loan ppay off your pres- f advance you addi- lond reduce your extending them •to eighteen months. IS MADE AT ONCE as SIG * EES Prompt, and con- loan service, erson or write CREDIT CO. t., Algona, Iowa Hanson Home Finished— The new I. W . Hansen house and service station are nearly compt't- f nd ' a r h ^ e family ex l )ec ^ to move into the house in a few days. Tho \ bM mile west of town! Bahnson, Fenton, has rented the Hansen house here. Lutheran Aid f s Ifosless— The Lutheran Aid entertained other women of the congregation at a meeting Thursday, and 50 persons wore present. A short musical program was given, and lunch was served at tables decorated fo- the Thanksgiving season. 1). L. Godden to New Home— 1 D. L. Goddon and daughter Leola moved last week into the Hud- Fen ton, Nov. 22-The basketball season opened here last week J uesdav night, when the locals de- .i T, r "' Sl ancl Socon 'l teams ->""»• « «e the, Bancroft high school. The Wednesday f l ' Burt ' cam e Fri- for the week-end with Mar- jono Johnson. The girls became acquainted while they were attend- in 5 a 4- H convention at Ames last .Tune. Both were delegates. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber entertained their bridge club last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn won high and George Jentz won the consolation. scores were close, and both games were hard fought. The second team game was a rough and tumble af- lair. but fast. At the half the score was 3-2 in favor of Fenton. There were numerous fouls on both sides Jne Fenton seconds include Howard Schulto, Vernoii Ohm, Donald Borgeson, Ervin Voettler, and Ernest Skare. In the last half Skare fouled out and David Weis- W. J. house H -J l'U*W*JUUWU IJJ . K Rachut and the Rachuts will move into it soon. Busy Heo Club Elects— — ...w,v, u I.IOL WUUK into me Hud-l i«un,u . JU L <um unvia vveis- son house, recently vacated by the i brod replaced him. Tho score was w T Lockwoods. The Godden | , 5 was recently purchased by 1 Tho flrst teal " game was close "'--'-• - •- - - all the way. The score was 7-7 at the half. Greinort and Gramenz started for Fenton, each making UBJ itw i,iuu Jiiects— fivo points. This game was also At the last meeting of the Busy' marred by fouls, Fenton having an „!„!, „„.• , . . two men go out by the foul route, Bancroft one. The score was 1915. The first team includes Mervin Priebe, Raymond Gramenz, Fred Greinerl, John Schmidt, and Rollin Geronsin. Cylinder plays here this week Tuesday night. Bee club officers Mrs. John Long Ji wero elected: president; Mrs. the sewing circle last AT „, -- Mrs ' H> c - Lindsey, Mrs. Clyde Humphrey, and Mrs W k. Stoeber were club guests. fT, M ™'i ErvIn KrauBe entertained, the Make It and Mend It club at her home last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Arnold Hainzinger was a guest. i Virginia Mayer, Colfax, 111., came' last week Tuesday for a week with : her sister, Blanche Mayer, at Frank Humphrey's. Tony Goeders, Mason City, and Edward Dehnert, Lu Verne, were dinner guests at F. H. Bohn's Thursday. i H. C. Lindsey and Edw. Priebe attended a — meeting at Tuesday. a *•••( i/ivjuiuv^ui,, ITU o, Charles Scott, vice; Mrs. Clair Winkie, secretary; Abbie Tjaden, assistant. Attend Shower at Lone Rock Chevrolet Spencer salesmens last week E. K. Johnson accompanied a, shipment of cattle to Chicago Saturday night. He returned Tuesday. Mrs. E. 0. Bierstedt and her n . lughters Evelyn and Mrs. AValter rr( ,''!" l( ' ry A(1 "I )ts Ronte System- attended a shower for Mrs. F Flaig's, Lone Rock, Wednesday. I Patient Rettmied to Hospital— I Barbara Thompson was taken back to the university hospital, Iowa City, Friday for treatment. She had spent a few weeks at home. The Henry Fauerbys, Eldora, visited last week at C. H. Geronsin's and E. C. Fauerby's. daughters Evelyn and Mrs. AValter „. Sorenson attended a shower for ! creamery company, at a Gladys Bierstedt at Mrs Fred mcctin s a few days ago of the ^'hoard of directors, decided to establish cream routes for patrons. The local butter plant has always boon regarded as one of the finest small creameries in the state, but in recent years has lost some of its business to creameries in other Aid Slipper Well I'atronlxeil— A large crowd patronized the dinner and bazaar of the Presbyterian Mite society Wednesday, and the society cleared more than $100. Parties for Birthdays— Last week Monday evening 16 young people at Earl Miller's help ed Mabeline Miller celebrate 16th birthday. her he cigar that Is f 0 r smokers, the nlco, as far us p08 . has been re. >C <1, f>t only miw> it buf w ivy MM* 1 satisfying smoke. Other Burt News. Thursday evening Patricia Hlg- gins had a birthday party, ;.nd the same evening six girls were entertained at Charles Olson'.s in honcr of Evelyn McChane's birthday, the other girls being Mary Both Coffin, Dorothy McDonald, Joyce and Maxine Graham, and Leta Olson. ' Stella Rachut had a party Friday afternoon in honor of her eighth birthday, and Saturday afternoon Phyllis McBrido entertained thu Home Guards and celebrated her ninth birthday. F. J. Wernli, Hazen, N. D., visited at Al Staehle's and P. F. Kriethe's last week. He is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Staehlo and Mr, Kriethe. hut lost his wife some years ago. Mrs. Lois Trainer entertained Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, E. 0. Chipman, and W. T, Trainer at dinner at ihe cafe Thursday evening. Glenn Anderson and Leona Bahe drove to Gilmore City Thursday evening, and Miss Bahe called on a sister who is a high school teacher there. towns because of cream routes extended into this territory. The decision to moot this competition only De- with local routes was made after long and careful study. tails of the proposed routes not yet been announced, l)ut payment to the trucker will probably be on a buttsrfat basis. The con- !:ract for hauling Gerald Voigt. has been let to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher at- Morate frho enjoy are smokers a mild also en. In f». tUe NIckless, a box and no- r:o too difference, I 0 "' di-aler can get i for you. . . . . tended a county Legion-Auxiliary meeting at Titonka Thursday evening. Mrs. W. F. Hamstreet, Titonka, and her mother, a Mrs. Watson, of Pittsburgh, Pa., were guests at H. E. Rachut's Sautrday afternoon. Tho Lutheran Walther League met at the church Thursday evening. with Marie and Geneva Carter as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Poderson. Bode, visited Mrs. Pederson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Siott Thursday. Merwyn Cunningham, who is employed by the Algona bakery, spent last week at his parental home here. The Sewing Circle met at Mrs. J. P. Stow's Thursday. L. N. Dittmer is driving a new Ford. Sevt'iitcpnfli liirthday Observed— Mrs. W. R. Wolfe entertained Friday evening in honor of her daughter Edith's 17th birthday an- ilversnry. Monopoly and Bunco vero played at four tables. Mrs. Wolfe served a two-course luncheon, and Edith was presented with gifts. Attending: Mary Ann Bohn, Marjorie Johnson, Marie Fauerby, Irene Rleckwenn, Ruth Espe, Ar- Inne Mitchell, Ruth Dreyer, Ruth Weisbrod, Helen Kern, Evelyn Klatt, Maxine Jentz. all school mates of Edith, and Lillian Baago and Leona Baago, Ringsted, and Darlene Brayton, Burt. FuirvIHe Walther Tongue Sfects— The Fairville Walther League met at the church's schoolhouse Thursday evening. The program was a discussion of Unite the Youth. Following this was a social hour. Attending was Marian Finnestad, Laurnetta Bruhn, Virginia Hengel, Marjorie Johnson, Sidonia Bierstedt, Wilfred and Hilbert Jiiorstedt, Herman Wehrspann, and Rev. H. D. Stahmer. The host was Herman Wehrspann. Osteojwthic Doctor Speaker— The high school heard Dr. H. G. Swanson. Kirksville, Mo., one day last week. He is dean of the Kirksville college of osteopathy and surgery at Kirksville, and his subject was, Do You Know What You Want to Do? He gave talks last week at several other schools in this sec- .tion. j Parties Are Given— Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod entertained at quilting parties at Mrs. A. J. Krause's Wednesday afternoon and Other quilters Henry Reimers, Shraders Complete New Burt Building Burt, Nov. 22—A brick building which Clifford and Virgil Schrader have been erecting is nearly completed. It replaces the Peters garage building, burned down last summer. Some salvage was used, but practically the entire' building is new, and it makes a fine appearance. .The west section will be used by Clifford for a hardware and plumbing stock, and the east section will house an auto repair shop and garage, operated by Virgil. The building has a double fro/it, with a drive for cars between. The brothers are moving into the new quarters this week, and Saturday evening they gave a .ree dance as a housewarrning. Ray Book's band, Algona, furnishing nusic. Friday evening. were Mesdames Emma' Ruske, J. A. Schwartz, Charles Newel, E. J. Frank, Minnie Dreyer, Don Weisbrod, and Krause OHior Fontnn. Mrs. F. P. Newel, Mrs. Freelove Livermore Woman, 78, Suffers Stroke Livermore, Nov. 22—Mrs. Margaret Sweeney, 78, suffered a stroke at her home here a week ago Saturday and has been confined to her bed since. She was alone at the time, but was able to raise herself as her son Peter drove into the yard and give a signal from the window which attracted his attention. It is believed that she will be about again in a few days. A daughter, Mrs. Sadie Scott, from near Humboldt, has been helping to care for her mother. Came to See Baby. Last week's Britt News-Tribune said that Mrs. Sander Peterson and Mrs. Delmar Anderson, both of Britt, had been at Algona to see Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Christiansen's new son. Mrs. Peterson is the baby's grandmother, and Mrs. Anderson is his aunt. The baby's given names are Alvin Kay. Lotto Creek Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl md Wilmar, and Mrs. Richard Poratz returned from Marion, S. D., Thursday afternoon, where Wilmar sonsulted a doctor. Mr. and Mrs. August Gade, West 3end, visited at Hugo Emulation's ast week Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Airs. Harold Smith and on Ronald were at Fort Dodge Thursday and Ronald consulted a octor. Marian Hintz celebrated her 12th irthday Wednesday. Attending jvun. j.-. .. . ..-..v., «-~. ~.~ 1 vei 'e Phyllis Geagler, Verona Buss, Weisbrod. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, and • Helen Dreyer, Deloris Potratz, Ella Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod were hostesses to tho Methodist Aid at the church Friday afternoon. Plane Wetzel. Orla Leisenei-, from Austin, •n .t'Tiaay uueruuuu. rmuo Minn., is visiting friends around laid for a Father-Son banquet ^Lotts Creek for a few days. I 5-Big V November 24,26,27,29 and 30 Look for Gift Values in this Last Sale Before Ch,Ut»». Coats - d Dresses They've been here 30 days-Out they Go! 18 GOatS Values to $12.7S$7.75 32 Coats Values to $19.50 Special Purchase of H & H O J ^ P Fur Fabric Coats Z4J5 :.fT/ 75 Silk Dr. Regularly sold from $2.98 to $4.95 25 SILK 50 WOOL Dresses Smart and new, 12 to 48 • —_ 22 DRESSES — Wool, Silk, Knit, VA.I. to $12.95 .,99 COTTON DRESSES 5 dozen $1.98 and $2.98 Dresses. MONTH-END SALE $1.39 SHOES Acce Style Value Fit 166 Pairs PARIS FASHION Fall styles of Suede Rubber Overshoes Black or Brown Ladies' or Children's 98c ssores 'Paradise 5 Natural Poise Fine Footwear in Colored Suedes Regular $6 and $6.85 values $4.95 Children's Oxfords, sizes 8 to fl»4 Jfl 12 & 13 to 3. C and D widths J.I.4S $5 CONNIE SHOES Green, wine, gray, black, brown, or multi-colors $3.99 A special group of the higher priced styles—^ specipal ' 0 Odd Pairs $1.98 On the Rack $1.98 Handbags Styles, colors, and patterns make these O* 1 f\n outstanding: any place. «J) X •UIJ Sweaters Sets ;' Zephyr, knitts, or brush v \ wool, fashion these smart \] garments in twin sets, Ball>,y ore sets, and Jerkins—scar, \ let, rust, green, black, white, t \ navy, brown, and aqua are '\ < ; the colors, used separately or y\ in combination. A smart gar/««,? ment, a pleasing gift. _ $2.98 Lingerie Special daucettes, $1.00 Complete Children's Dept on Balcony

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