Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1937 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 23, 1937
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SIX KOSStitH COUNTY AfiVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA THANKSGIVING 'FIGHT CARD' AT MASON CITY The Legion post at Mason City is sponsoring one of the biggest and best boxing cards of the winter at the Mason City armory on Thanksgiving evening. Fans of northern Iowa will have a chance to witness two of the ring's top-rank fighters in action, •when such experts as Andy Kid Miller, considered lowa-Nebraska- South Dakota heavyweight champ- Ion, incuts Prett Ferrar, DCS Moines, in a 8-round final go. Ferrar has fought two world champions and has upset the careers of many promising heavyweights. Among other fights on the turkey day card is a 6-round semi- fight between Johnny Goodson, of Ruthven, and Joe Gillis, Stacyvillo. Both are good fighters. Anything can happen in this go, for Goodson has lost but two out of 22 starts. The 4-round bouts will find Kid Schwab, Osage, fighting Johnny Scott, Mason City, and Joe Belesh, Golden Glove champion, battling Fred Fisher, Mason City, Fisher is a former South Dakota university champion. An array of fast 3-round prelim- Second Project Lesson Given to Farm Burcan Women— The second lesson in the Farm Bureau woman's home project, this year, on illness-preventing measures in the home, was given in Ledyard and Lincoln townships November 5 at Emma Gutchnecht's. Other meetings In the county have been: November 9— Burt and)address. Luncheon was served and Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mrs. L. M. Merritt, Mrs. Maurice Barthol- cunew, M, H. Falkenhalner, and Dr. L. C. Nugent attended from hci-e. A musical program was given, and the Rev. L. G. Gartner, Titonka, for mer district chaplain of C. C. C. camps In northern Minnesota with dinner and address the guests all played contract. Watnnyans lleur Mrs. Orermycr— Mrs. J. F. Overniyer was a guest of the Wa-Tan-Ye club Tuesday evening last week, and following 6 o'clock dinner at the Algona hotel she read some of her original verse, two poems in particular, one on Dad, the other on Mother. Tues- The afternoon was spent at playing bridge. Party Honors 'Sweet Sixteen*— Mobellne Miller was taken by surprise Monday evening lost week, when 16 classmates arrived to help her celebrate her IGth birthday anniversary. Games wore played and refreshments were served. Mabellne I 1 , the daughter of Mr,'and Mrs. Earl day evening this week the club will!Miller, farmers south of Hurt, and meet for a monthly party at Jessie Smith's apartment, Buelah Larson assisting. The club plans to give Thanksgiving baskets to two families in Algona, Men's Contract Bridge Clnb— headquarters at Hlbbing, gave au A men's contract bridge club has she Is a junior in the Hurt high school. Kenefleks Wed Six Teftrs— Dr. and Mrs. John N. Kenoflck will celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary and the Thanksgiving holiday next Sunday. Dinner guests organized, and members are!from out of town will be the Doc- over-urflii . , nrtland towns^"at Mrs Matt '""owing which the group atten-|George Conklin, W. A. Vigars, Lars tor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kramer's- November 10-Garfieidlod a moving picture. The local ISorensen, Albert Granzow, Leslie H. Kenefick, his sister Naomi, and and WhittemorTat Mrs Elmer i^irion post has 100 members at Stevens, William Fuller, Earl Grlf- the brother, Thomas W. ( with his ,UIU VVIlHlLmore, ill ivirs. J-iiratl | •- * fith. fj. TV Tlriltlrtno-n Tt* IT' m CU,,r_ wlfo nil nf TJVicrln n*ntra weeks of December. On November 30, Irvlnston and Prairie will new members. Bell's; November 11— Greenwood | Present, and the Auxiliary has !M and Ramsey, at Bancroft school I members, ^ which includes eight house; November 12— Springfield find Hebron, at Mrs. Guy Risk's; November 1G — Swea and Harrison, at Mrs. Selmar Uhr's. The remaining townships will have meetings in the first two Two Dinner Parties Given— Mesdames H. M. Olson, C. C. Shierk, R. S. Asher, J. C. McDowell, S. 0. Anderson, and B. T. Agard entertained at a one o'clock bridge luncheon at the Hotel Al- is scheduled to start inary bouts tho evening. Advance tickets are. now on sal" at the Park Inn, Mason City, or reservations can be obtained meet with Mrs. Herman Wise;;gona Wednesday. Mrs. C. R. La- December 2, Buffalo and German, [Barre won high, Mrs. George El- with Mrs. Weihousen; December Ibert was second, Mrs. F. E. Saw- co and Riverdale, with Mrs.jyer won a chair prize, Mrs. E. C. Barr; December S, Plum Creek McMahon won a year prize, and and Wesley, with Mrs. Stanley' Mrs. Anton Didriksen won conso- Kelth; December 9, Sherman anil lation. Mesdames Olson, Shierk, Mc- fith, G. D, Brundage, Dr. F. E. Sawyer, and George Jacobson, the latter of Cylinder. Friday evening Mr. Conklin entertained at his home. At each meeting scores are recorded, and at the end of eight meetings the men with low scores will entertain the winners at dinner. Presbyterian Men's Club Meets— The Presbyterian Men's club held a monthly meeting Thursday evening at the church, and 6:45 dinner Mesdames G. C. Barton, John G. McDowell, Casey Loss, G. D. Shumway, Everett Har- Lu an Grant (the last two have no defi-la seven o'clock Bridge party at the nile meeting place yet). On Dcccm- same evening. Mrs. H. W. Pletch, won high; Mrs. H. B. White, second; Mrs. R. B. Waller won the year prize; and Mrs. E. W. Han- sou won consolation. hor 15. Seneca and Fen ton townships will meet with Mrs. AVill Wcishrod. This lesson discusses character- Roy Mathison gave a chalk »v~.r i.*uii.,ouii 6 <IVC it tlltUK. IU1K, mo l] n ...,, and Byron Arnold, high school bio- ' wife, all of Eagle Grove. Nevilles Hosts at Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. James Neville entertained a week ago Sunday at an annual turkey dinner. Eighteen guests, including the store force and relatives, were present. The Gene Nevilles, the Harold Nevilles, Edw. Peterson, his son, Gertrude Baylor, Eddie Tissen, and Buelah Larson were other guests. Christian Endeavor Entertained— Richard Pool was host to the Congregational Christian Endeavor young people Thursday evening at his homo. Games were played, after which the 20 young folks gathered around tho fireplace to roost weiners and mareh- * . Tl*l 111 If i^OtlWll VllOV'UOOV^O Villllll\jUl'i i phoning Walt Irving, Mason City.!, slics O f "the growing, going, glow-1 Jtuismg irom advance sales it ap-[ inK O i,iui,:' and gives practical sug-.Billy Ainosbury 5; Party— peais that the seating will be sold Knst ions for procedure in making Billy, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. out noioro the opening gong. j thn conlmon cn ]d uncommon, in Amesbury, celebrated his fifth helping to reduce tooth-decay ten- birthday anniversary with a party dencies among 50 per cent of Iowa'at the home of his parents Thurs- school children, in preventing rick- day. Little guests were Jerry Good ots and anemia, and in advancing Michael Kenefick, David Shumway, Two Anniversaries for Burt Minister .generally towards The Rev. Louis Richmann. Burt., hoalth in children, celebrated Ihe 20th anniversarv of! his ordination, also his 20th wedding anniversary, Sunday. Special ","". services were held at tho Burt church in the afternoon, with the Rev. E. J. Otlo, West Bend, and the Rev. P. J. Braner, Algona. as speakers. A purse was presented to the Rev. and Mrs. Richmann by the congregation. Erna Baars sang a solo. The anniversary services were followed by dinner at 100 per cent.and Keith Scott. Teddy Hutchi- json was invited, but was unable to (attend because of sickness. The af- logy teacher, gave a talk on snakes. Dinner for Insurance Men — Metropolitan Life insurance men i here and the wives will have a Thanksgiving dinner together at Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Potter's. The Tlios. Itlnin, SO. TTonoroe Uuliiy (!utlieriii£— Thomas Blain, who' celebrated"™ 10 bi(rt ' lclay ™ ke , and ! able 1 iv.i.'ii.iv.*-" ( q ri/inivi t r\rl i -n r Pli*m1rn rri *ri » •••• liis S!)th birthday a week ago last Sunday, was honoreo that day at u"^"™^ a party at the home «f '"= 0™, i DlItnaa > g' Us John, of Wesley. decorated in Thanksgiving Billy was the recipient of style, many of his son ' Guests as Blain, tor; Mr. and Mrs. Thorn- Minn., son Les- Mrs. Emil Johnson, ?s in Family Wilbur ifornia, 1 Orchestra Meets Tonight— The new community orchestra will meet at 7:30 Tuesday evening j others at the high school. It has been j Walter Roberts, Harold Walker, suggested-, that the orchestra give:George Smith, W. D. Eaton, and J. the Messiah, but plans have not IE. Hayes, been completed. The women's and' men's chorus meets Wednesday evening at the schoolhouse. H. R. Rasmusson, new school band lead-'nieet at Mrs. W. W. Sullivan's to- er, is directing both orchestra and morrow (Wednesday), and Mrs. A. Mrs. M. G. iE. Michel will give a talk on The 'Melodic Element in Musir.. tholomew, W. P. Hemphlll, and A. j, Schnepf. Mrs. W. D. Howie, Emmetsburg, former Algonlan, will be a guest of the club. The Methodist Bible Searchers S. S. class met last week Tuesday at the church, and roll call was answered with Bible verses on Thank- giving. Mrs. B, N. Taylor led devotions. Each member gave a Thanksgiving poem or story. Twenty-three women were present, and the November division served. Mrs. W. A. Foster entertained the Methodist Woman's Foreign Missionary society at her home Thursday. Mrs. Edw. Genrich, president, presided. There were 66 women present. Assisting hostesses were the Mesdames Dg White, Grace Blanchard, E. J. Gllmore, E. R. Ris- '.ng, and F. W. Green. Mrs. E. V. Pierce entertained her dinner club at her home last week Tuesday evening at 6:30. Members of tho club are Mesdames Ray McCorkle, N. V. Lowe, C. H. Swanson, Hollis Trainer, and Jas. Moore. Mrs. Ralph Meldke was a guest of the club, and she won tho high score. Mr. and Mrs. George Scuffham, south of Algona, entertained at an oyster supper Wednesday evening. Guests wore the Messrs, and Mesdames Fred Pooch, Cecil McGinnls, Wayne Stephenson and Herman Lyons, also Mrs. Ann Fechner. All are from Algona. _.Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDougnl will entertain at a family dinner Thanksgiving day, and guests will be Mrs. McDougall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing, Mason City, and her aunt and uncle, Mr. j and Mrs. C. D. O'Harrow, of Fort' Dodge. =a** !t ,, ..MENU ^•^«« NOVEMBER'25, 1037 75 cents Spiced Apple Juice Cocktail or Soup: Tomato Bouillon Roast Young Turkey— S Roast Whipped Potatoes-Giblet DrcssW Baked Hubbard Squash S or Molded Cranberry Salad Hot Butter Horn Rolls Hot Mince Pie— Hard Sauce Pumpkin Pie— Whinnpri Steamed Carrot Pudding-Brandy Vanilla Ice Cream with WafL Coffee Tea M ?lk For Reservations Phone 2G2. Algona Hotel Miisic Clnb Meets Tomorrow — The Bel Canto Musis club will "• Bourne is assisting with voices. Squirrel Dinner is Served— Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal entertained at a 6 o'clock squirrel din- Hebekalis to Meet Tonight— The Rebekahs will meet this evening (Tuesday) at 7:30. After a ner last week Monda'y Cue its' lnlsinoss !Tleeti "S tne losers in a were Paul Berger, David Phillips : membership contest held recently both high school teachers, the Revil"'" 1 entc ' rtain the winners. Geo. Vance, and the Mrs.. o arrv "•>--- ' 'day afternoon in the ciut) room latter's son ] Tne woman's club will meet Fri- and other entertainment. Mr. Richmann lately completed his tenth year at Burt. In his time the con- gresration erected a new buildins. -*• Wo.slpv; and Mrs. and Mrs. Annie Lilly, of Slrlmi Slinw. Titonka; Mr. Chris Jensen, . . . , , Thursday at the I. O. 0. ,, , . „ nnd her husband, Messrs, and Mesdames attended a Roupe family reunion ! and Thomas toll, i Mallincr^r IViailinger Dunn Pall Bearers t Mason City Sunday at the home sonbarth,""dauehte7" n beanne" 1 ' Mr" ° f * Irs - J - J - Witwer, still anoth- and Mrs. Henry Bailey, Mrs/Mike "^ter of Mrs —- " The Very Rev. T. J. Davorn, Fort Dodge., the Rev. Jos. Mallinger. Al- CU ' rfln ^ >1 sorv . ed ' gona, and the Rev. George Tlieo- ^ f "i.,._ bald, St. Joe, were among honorary pall-bearers at the funeral a week ago Saturday of the Very Rev. E. A. Dunn, pastor of the „ Mr. and'the LoTMiYler.C'all ; md M !' S ; E " A ' Eklund - Minneapo- of Algona. il! s ', and _ Mr -. . ftnd Mrs - A - w - K°UPC, In tlie afternoon .. t _, , went to he Link were chairmen of the committee in charge. Shower Given nt Bancroft— (ions were, given, three large birth.-: musical selec- following which ay cakes were not been home since. t inon *"r»«»i.^i j-jvjuni. LU vjtiii VrltlLcrit m UJj, which took place last summer. Mr. Graten was connected with the C. ~;7 c - c - cam P at Bancroft, but is now Mr. Blain i.s known to everyone -Here s Jieivest Jn Clubs— employed at Algona. Last week as Uncle Tom. Although 89 he is Tlie Early Risers took Mr. and Sunday Mrs. Nemmers entertained still in excellent health. He makes 1Ir s. J. H. Hoppe by surprise Sun- at a post-nuptial shower at her his home with his sons John and clav morning by arriving for break- home honoring her daughter, who James, who live near Wesley. Asumption church, Kmmctsburi;. who dif.fi sudriiMily of (t blood clot njier .-in onenition. 'I'lio Rev. Win. Veil. Whiitcmore. served a.s doa- Presbyterian con, and the Rev. Oorire Wcssliti!;. Thursday afternoon at her chained the. office of the dead pro- Mrs. Lelloy McWhorter Farewell for Mrs. Carlson- Mrs. Frank Shilts entertained the missionary society home, as^istin ceding ma.-.-. Father Dunn was head Mrs. A. II. Schunrk had charce'of of tho Kmmetshur- deanery, with <' 1(% r>r"s:rani. and Mrs. J. jurisdiction over fjitholic parishes PO led devotionals. <difticin over fjiiholie in Palo Al:o. Kmmet. and Kossuth counties. A sistf-r, Mrs. John Ford, Bancroft. Hop- live II. Mr.. C. .__. Carlson was presented with a cash gift as a farewell token, us she; will he leaving the first \\cek in j December to make her home at. St. j Paul, where Mr. Carlson has a new i pastorate. Mrs. Carlson has been' IHvidont of the society the last two! years; and Mrs. Geo. St. John will 1 McElhatten, be president for (lie rest of the | Twenty-eight members were! fast. There are 14 members, and is at present living with her moth- no members knows when he will er. he "next" to entertain. Members! are the Messrs, and Mesdames J. 'Alponinns Birthday Celebrated H. Hoppe, Dennis Pratt, Frank' Mrs. D. P. Smith was honoree at Shilts, George St. John, LeRoy Me- a 1 o'clock bridge luncheon at Mrs Whorter, and L. F. Rice. Mrs. Eth- Emily Spencer's Friday. Mrs. Smith el Banker and Mrs. F. P. Klahr are was celebrating a birthday aiiniver- also members. The Rev. and Mrs. ! - l;nr y. Members of the 'club are C. Paul Carlson were guests Sun- .Mesdames B. A. Thorpe R p Norton, M. G. Norton, D. D. Paxson Other Society. Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf will entertain her bridge club this evening (Tuesday) at her home. Mem- are Mesdames Russell Cook, Fred Bartholomew, Maurice Bar- Small Loans Up to $300 ON ATTOMOIIILES MVU STOCK HM T SF,HOI,n FFKNITHRK, ET( ""•otnpt, courteous, confidential service. HORTfl IOWA FINANCE CO McElhatten Burial Made at Lanark, 111. Thf- body of John , . 80, Lanark. 111., who died Wednes- year. day of a heart attack at the home present, and visitors Mrs. John Mrs. Dolor- primary teacher here, and Doris White, American literature teacher. of his sister. Mrs. Samuel Reaper, Siowart, near St. Joe whom ho had been visiting six Simon Jr., south of Algona •weeks, was taken by L. M. Merriu Wcjitn, Algona, her daughter to Lanark Friday, and burial wis made there Saturday. Mr. McElhatten lived all hi.s life in fan-oil county, 111. He was never married. Xtphc-ws here are Tharle.s Jloapf-r and John. Harry, Edw., sir.fi Frank JJksworth. a!] in or near Al- Daughter" gona. Mr?. Geo. W&sh-y, AiL-ona, ;.-: a nii.-ce, ar.'i Mr.,, (j c ,S!e-,van aii^J Mrs. Frank Shut? are d^'.uui '-eki- lives. -» were Mrs. C. I'arty for Osteopaths Here— Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews entertained the county osteopathic society at 7 o'clock dinner Friday vening at the Hotel Algona. Guests were Doctors and Mesdames H. D. Meyer, Lu Verne; B. K. Bahnaon, Fen ton: R. K. Richardson, Wesley; B. A. Story, Ledyard: S. W. Meyer, Algona; and H. G. Swanson, Kirks- villo, Mo.; and Misses R. M. Riggle, R. N., and Nell Manning, R. N., Algona. An address was given by Swanson. Following the , . . , W. G. McCullough, and Roy Keen. •-•u to t • 125 Dos MoiiiCN »fflci- E. M. Orton, 75, is Victim of Anemia South fresco Club Meets— The South f.'resco Mothers and club met Wednesday with Mr.-:. Archie McDaniels, anil roll call was answered with a new ui.-'h for Thanksgiving. Mrs. F. L. -M!;!er had charge of the program. Mr.-. H. It. Clayton gave a paper ira Cash Paid For Cream '>n Life and '"u.stoms in Japan and China, and Shirley Wor.ster gave a! \ineteen gave members Edward M. Orton, To, died at iii.-- Ko.ssinh hf.sijitsi! \Vedne.'-da v 'of anemia. He wa.s bor.'j May '.<. !'•,''::', 3n Dane county \\'i.~. Fsfi'-i-t, \t-*< ago he r-ame to Kossuth an1 lived here till (hath. His wife di -ii iJ years ai-'o. Tlie marriage '.va.s childless. Funeral .-ervice.s w.-re held and at Mori-id's Friday, the Rev. I'. J. Braner in charge, and inu-ninr.v. was made in the familv lot in Riverview cemetery. Mr. Orton wtis baptised and cfinfirrnod in Evangelical Lutheran church. is .survived two nieces. Tabernacle Will Be Dedicated Thursday Open all day and on Wednes- l>Ti-fi : TH. with six guests. The v./ie Mr,. Franz, LU Verne,; day ami Saturday nights till Mrs. Willard 9 p. m. .')'•: dau-hters, and Oregon. Mr.-. Klliott Skilling, and a Mr;-. Wilson, all of Algona. The uexT u;(-f;7.;ng will be December 1 wji.n Mrs. Klnier Potter, and roll '•all will be on favorite whv. magazines by three nephews the H" and County I.i-irion-Aux Meeting— -\ join i. nieetins- of the County Legion and the Auxiliary was held Thursday evening at Titonka. Mr. ALCONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY A tabernacle for religious services—-denomination not given by the writer of tile announcement — orected at the corner of South tl'iiorington and Kennedy streets, will be dedicated on Tbanksgivin'-' day, when the Rev. Thos. Wyatt,! Des Moines, will preach. There will be services at 10 a. in.. 2 and 7:.)5 J). m. The Rev. Mr. Davis, late of Aurora, ill., now pastor here, ha.s a Diagonal .strc-et apartment. New Site Accepted for Em'burg's P. O. Palo Alto county supervisors, other county officials, and citizens of the same mind have won their battle against federal confiscation of part of the courthouse grounds for a new U. S. postoffice. Another site has been accepted at ?7,000. Banker Jack Edge, brother of the Rev. Jos. H. Edge, was instrumental in negotiations leading to the acceptance. Report on Pensioners. A report for October issued by the state old age pension board reported 301 pensioners in Kossuth fcad received $15.15 each, a total pi $4557. FAIR GROUND SALE Friday, November 26 Sale Every Friday The sale at the barn draws a good crowd of people that are interested in live stock. We have a good following of consignors and buyers attending each .sale. There must be a reason. Expect to have n nice lot of stock for next Friday. Feeder pigs are in demand; also cows that will freshen soon. Have had parties asking for such. If you hrive them, bring them in. We have packing house order buyers for all the veal you have to spare. Also cow buyers that buy direct for the packing house plant. If you are willing to take the price of your stock as the present market affords quit shopping around and bring it where the buyers are and get the job done. You will be satisfied. Sell either by the head or by the pound. Government tested scales. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. COLWELL BROS., Aucts. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk. Barn Phone 398. Tuesday and Wednesday November 23 and 24 1SK PUMPKIN, 2 No. 2 tins ___ 15c Thompson Seedless RAISINS, 41 ~ 2 Pounds I I C IGA MINCK MEAT 2 Pkgs. 19c Fresh DATES, 2 Pounds 15c IGA COCOA 2 Ib. can 15c Powdered or Brown SUGAR, 4 Ibs. MARSHMALLOWS, 1 Ib, 15c IGA TOMATO JUICE No. SOS tins, 3 for 25c CHOCOLATE CHERRIES, 1-lb. box 23c CELERY lOc LARGE CRISP 15c Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT, Large, 7 for Good ORANGES, Large size, doz. 23c HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for ___ Large CUANBER. RIES, 2 Ibs. ___ Bright Fruit BANANAS, 25c GROUND BEEF, 2 Lbs. BEEF ROAST, 1 Lb ROUND, SIRLOIN, T-BONE STEAK, 1 Lb. . 27c 17c 23c OYSTERS, direct from Baltimore, quart 49c HOOD GROCERY & MARKET PHONE 355 YOUR IGA GROCER JGA STORES Startling Values! In This Timely COAT SALE COMPARE -our coats with others and you'll agree that you can reap real savings on every one of them! Whatever style coat you want we have it. Priced from MORE THAN LUXURIOUS FUR TRIM AND TAILORED COATS TO CHOOSE PROM Greatly Reduced _ Prices On Costume Suits and Three Piece Suits Smartly styled winter weight three- piece and costume suits in the season's most ^popular colors — green. navy, brown, wine. Fur trim and tailored styles that you are sure to like. $39,75 Values for .75 Values for $23.7$ $18.9$ Celebrate Your Savings With a NEW DRESS that were priced at $16.95 and 81 Q 7? sizes from 14 to 44, colons black brown, green, navy, mahogany and PRB-HOLIDAY SPECIAL of and wool dresses in all the j^"— colors and in sizes 11 to 17 and 1* to 44. Excellent $7.95 and $10.95 values- PRE-HOLJDAY SPECIAL $4*9$ Christensen Bros. Co. Algoiw*'* Style

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