Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1937 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 30, 1937
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WtMBBtt 80,1987 LIVE STOCK Prof its B surest and best way takecp your live stock in tinT T Us to use n good Stock tonic. . ' BtoCKm "P-top condi. Dr.LeGear's KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA . Guarantttfto Givt SalliJ 'action or Monty^c^ LU8BY, ALGONA •i^ ' ' >st this INSURED For Safety For Profit— Investors get full-time, liberal earnings on their lump sum savings in cash, seini-annually. EVERY dollar invested here is amply secured by approximately two dollars worth of well-built homes. Your funds at work here are not only profitable for you but they are free from all speculative hazards. Ask for details. A FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ALGONA IOWA anuary 1st January 1st I like to be out of debt. [t is a grand and glorious feeling to the store and contents one day in the [ have my wholesale bills all paid, but e the bank. I do not know when they it paid, but I know I want it paid by itmas. [f trade keeps up I can sure make it. year has been easy sailing, trade is ily wonderful. I have been making s very special buys and handing out bargains. People appreciate good ihandise if they can buy it at low is. Last year was a tough one for me. My built a house and it took money. If want to go broke just let some contrac- alk your wife into building. By the time he gets through telling her b.e things that he never intends to do bank balance has a very severe attack ll-goneness. I am .now convinced that [Washington was not a contractor. In ling a home you have nothing to say. I wife and a fellow they call architect II the planning and fixing. le only thing a fellow has any right at D do is sign the., check in final payment p said architect says it is finished. This g done, the worst is yet to come. But, iy time is up for the bus to St. Paul. I have lots to tell you when I get back I another carload of goods. They called In, promising some very swell buys. • immie Neville i THE SHOE MAN De Luxe Greetings $1 H.nd c,Ur.d 1 Carefully reproduced FLA1IN from original etchings $1.80 with your . name printed on , t * each. heir dttp, rkk, grivure-browh tonei combine with $oh ribbed snow-white deckle edge p«per to create the type of Christmas Greeting* your Wendi will bf Kappy to .receive. «« 5H 9 6^ w jit an attractive box. CUSTQM-MAOI ' onc« Publishing Co BARRACKS HOME SCENE OF BIG GET-TOGETHER People Here, There, at Home for Thanksgiving Hv ' Mrs Bcll Wllkin^n Dows"' Orvllle ' Prairl « du d Iloy ' wlth his f am- T n' Mlch ' ; al ^her Sls Mrs. Grace Messick, Los An- ;gelcs, and Mrs. Fred Frakea with hor family, of Woolstock ' folk h V\ rmond Tab bs drove to Nor™ 'M 1 b " Ior the dft y at the Rev. Ira Malvorson'8. Mrs. Catherine l-Shipmun ami Mr. and Mrs. J O8 Kouba spout the day at Clyde Ileece's. Marshalltown. Mr and Mrs W. G. Erdman drove to Utica, 111., Wednesday to visit rel- lativos there and at Earlville over the week-end The L. W. Eschers P • t J elativ e» at Strawberry Point. Mrs. Mattie Beers, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Scace, and Betty spent thanksgiving at Wendal Boylan's, bibley, then were guests of the Howard Cooks, Prlmghar, over the week-end. The Ernest J. Widens drove to Blue Earth to visit relatives. The Howard Massions spent Thanksgiving day and the week-end with relatives in Illinois. Mr, and Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter entertained the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hoffman, and sister Vilva, also Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hoffman, all SPEAKER of Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnstetter entertained 28 Ray rela- exander 'Wednesday to help the Methodist pastor there in a drive for the retired preachers' endowment fund. Mr. Hlller was at Clarion last week Monday on a similar engagement. Mrs.. Robert Masterson, daughters Margaret and Frances, Mrs. Harold Evana, Mrs. F. L. Masterson, and the latter's daughter Lois Jean spent Friday afternoon at Mrs. De Rae Godfrey's, Lu Verne. The Rev. and Mrs. Karl Hiller and Mrs. Larson drove to Alta last week Tuesday to attend an annual conference convention of the Meth- Home Missionary odist Woman's society. is DR. H. G. Swanson, president of- the Associated Colleges of Osteopathy and Dean of the Kirksville, Mo., College of Osteopathy and Surgery, who spoke before the Kiwanis club at its noon luncheon a week ago Thursday, and spoke at the high school. Doctor Swanson also spoke that week before other high schools in this section. He came here under the auspices of Drs. W. D. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. William Wood and Jeanette accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Don Wood, Kanawha, to Stuart for the week-end at Thomas Wood's. Mr. and ^rs. Phil Puffer, Lionel Clapsaddle, and Paul Puffer called last week Tuesday on Mrs. Clapsaddle at Mercy hospital at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butcher, Des Motaes, were week-end guests of Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Walley. Paul Johnson, Mason City, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson, last week. SENEGA SCHOOL IN CARNIVAL; AMATEUR CONTEST FEATURED Seneca, Nov. 29—The annual selection. There were 11 entries. Hi B. Teams Win, Lose— The girls' and boys' basketball teams played Haifa here last Monday evening, and the local glrla were defeated, 26-18, in a slow frame, but the Seneca boys won, 26-26, In a closa and thrilling tilt. Schoolgirl's Tonsils Out- Harriet Olsen had her tonsils removed Monday by Doctor Kirkgaard, of Ringsted. She is a junior in the Seneca high school, and Is forward on the girls' basketball team. Liitefisk IHnner Hext Week— The Lutheran Aid will serve its annual luteflsk and lefse supper at 5 o'clock next week Tuesday evening in the church basement. Other Seneca News. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill spent last — f.^wu Ufc A^.U. IT, u, .rxiiuiewa KJCIIC^W,, iiuv. £iu —JLne annual and S. W. Meyer, of the General school carnival took place at the hospital. with schoolhouse last week Tuesday evening. Fred Jensen won a tur- ATT, - _.. 0 - . won a ur- iw L - TBos ^ orth : Sun - key; Gaylord Olsen, an oil prize; tivos. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Poley had I as guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, son Kermit, and the Ernest Bonnstetters. Mr. and Mrs. W. Puffer entertained a group which Included Mr. and Mrs. Phil Puffer, eon Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mclntyre, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams, and the Williams son Gary Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Masterson and their daughter Lois Jean attended a family gathering at the home of Mrs. Masterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. shine, with Mrs. Jess Scott.' High School Defeats Wesley— "" ' ' " school opened the 1938 .son a week ago winning two and D. A. Fitzgibbons, Armstrong, a gasoline prize. "The Three Musketeers"—Arthur and Bobby Bergum and Daryl Hanson—were first '- in an amateur contest, ed the guitar and sang. Hoeck Jr. ™v n Li > oc r - won s <*™ w » newly organized, won by a score of chinaman act, and Dean St. John by a ', non Consolidated both games. The V™ coach refereed Dinner Honors a Birthday- Wesley Stukenburg, former Corwith teacher, came from Des Moines, where he teaches, to at- maaiciauuB pareiiis, JMT. ana Mrs. tend the basketball game a week Max Meyer, Lu Verne, and Mr. andl a S° Friday evening, and next day Mrs. Howard Evans spent the day at Robert Masterson's. Teachers Away for Thanksgiving— The Corwith schools closed Wednesday for Thanksgiving and reopened today (Monday.) Superin-' tendent and Mrs. J. M. Gehrt were .at home till Sunday, when they 'were guests of the Samuel Nica- sons, Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. J. Francis Kee entertained relatives for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. J. he was guest of honor at a dinner at. the Dunlap Cafe, the occasion being his birthday. Farm Youth is. Married- Merle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whittaker, south or Corwith, and Blanche Boyette, Clearwater, Fla., were married a week ago Saturday at Clearwater. They left for here the following Tuesday and are living on the Whittaker farm. Seniors Have Pictures Taken— The high school seniors, accompanied by Supt. and Mrs. ~ Gehrt, traveled to Mason „.„., „ week ago Saturday in a bus driven by Harvey Punke. Class pictures were taken, and all attended a J. M. City a , Worth Miller spent part of the .time at Indianola, and their son Max, who attend school there, came here with them for the remainder of the vacation. Miss McDowell went to her home at Conway; Miss Robinson to Marathon; Miss Chamberlain to Humboldt; Miss Higgins to Albin; Miss Beye to Laurel; Miss Smith to Swea City; Miss Hurley to Elkader; Miss Hanbury to Des Moines; and Miss Meyers to Cedar Palls. Miss Wilson and Miss Hisvold spent the vacation at their homes here. ; Methodist Bazaar. Tomorrow— v The Methodist Aid circles met „„.,.„. ^^, Ba .^i Wednesday to work on articles 1 for;'day for deer-hunting at Kelher, a bazaar to be held at the church Minn., and Alvin Fenner, Fairmont, this week Wednesday. The groups accompanied him.' Mrs. Klrctigat- show in the y afternoon. Two Hare Appendices Oat— Mrs. Lionel Clapsaddle and Camille Bunting, little daughter of .Mr. and, Mrs. Arch Bunting, were natients last week at the Mason City Mercy ..hospital, both having had appendicitis operations. Hunts Deer in'Minnesota— Walter Kirchgatter left . Thurs- rnet as follows: Dorcas, with Mrs. iC. E. Galloway; M. G. C., with Mrs. Elizabeth Jorgenson; Fairview, with Mrs. J. W. Johnson; Delta, with Mrs. W. H. Merriam; S. and ter is helping care for her mother, Mrs. W. E. Gourley, at Mason City. Other Corwlth-Fairview. The Rev. Karl Killer was at Al- IF YOU WANT TO PLEASE THEM...GIVE THEM Give a man comfort and he'll be your friend for life—and comfort is exactly what you get in this Christmas Offering of House Slippers. Their "comfy" feeling makes ,.@ man relax and forget his troubles—and to look mighty ..mart while he's doing it. Choose from glove-soft kid in many styles, warm felt and sheepskin, leather or padded soles. All at popular prices. Brownell Shoe Co. Harley INCLUDE A CORONA I938 I. G. Dewel At the Advance Office week Tuesday alternoon '.vif.h Mrs. Henry Groen, Wllmar, Minn., at the Groen Bros. home. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson spent last week with relatives In Illinois. • Hurt In Auto Accident. Ledyard, Nov. 29—Lou Junkermeier suffered a serious accident Wednesday as he was en route to the Arthur Fieher sale, near ens. His car was upset and h« w«« hurt about the head and face. H« was unconscious for some time, but is recovering now. The car badly wrecked. SALESBOOKS, ORDER BOOKS A similar items can be ordered *l he Advance office, often at a We Have The DRUGS AND JEWELRY A Fairyland of New Toys for the Eager Little Shoppers !!! A $5& , *f* For the Grand Opening Wednesday. Dec. 1st I ^w Streamlined DOLL CABS For every jlittle girl ___ •They're sure to please her. Attractive colors in buff or green. Rubber tire wheels, adjustable hood, enameled. gears. Girls' Sewing Sets Pedal Bike—Streamlined American Zephyr Trains Table and Chair Sets 49c $1.69 89c Wettums Drinking and wetting babies 89c Latest doll sensation! Drinks bottle while reclining, wets diaper when in upright position. BABY DOLLS Large Dolls For Sister 98c Sleeps and cries like a baby. Dresses in many styles and colors. A big assortment of life-like girl dolls! Dressed Dolls For Little Money 25c 49c CHINA TEA SETS-LAUNDRY SET . ' Just like mother's 25c ll-piece sets in bright colo red china. Fun for Little Tots . 49c They're just like a real one. TEDDY BEARS—DOLL TRUNKS Cinnamon Brown 98c Makes a hit youngsters! A Child's Pride 49c Just like a real one. COLORFUL MUSICAL TOPS A Very Amusing Toy 25c Picture top, long running, bright colors. Farm Yard Blocks 49c Easel Black Boards _ 98c Marble Pin Qames 49c New Creeping Dolls 25c Mechanical Toys 25c Walking Donald, Tumbling Clown, Donald Trapeze, Land Cruiser, Musical Doll , METAL SHELL DRUMS Two sizes 25c 49c Bright designs — tough parchment heads. Windup Trains with Track 98c Red Arrow Steel Wagons 2.25 Velocipedes, Rubber Tires 2.95 Streamlined Pedal Bike .$1.98 You'll like this Dump Truck 69c The kind boys appreciate. Hand Woven Reed Rockers $1.69 Cretonne covered seats. CHINA CLIPPER Airplanes 49c Humming Tops 10c 25c Makes musical tones. Department Stores Dollie must have a High Chair Value 69C Maple finish, substantially built.

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