Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1937 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 30, 1937
Page 10
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KOSSUtH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA Cottage BEAUTY SHOPPE HOLIDAY SPECIAL PERMANENT® STYLE PLUS __$2.25 NU PAD OIL ___$8.00 DUART OIL ___$3.75 REALISTIC ___$4.50 NESTLE G-4 ___$4.50 These prices include shampoo, fingerwave, and haircut. Shampoo and Hair cut { Oil Shampoo and haircut Fingenvaye, dry __85c Flngenvaye, wet _25c All work guaranteed. Phone 128 119 South Minn. St. Edna Gihnore Proprietor Couple Wed November 24- n married Wednesday at8.-30a.nl at ,„• Cece 'lff church, Father Mal- MONEY To Loan AUTOMOBILE LOANS EXTREMELY LOW RATES LOANS MADE ON YODK PRESENT CAR W e will make you a liberal loan on your car—pay off your present balance, advance you additional cash and reduce your payments by extending them over twelve to eighteen months. CASH LOANS MADE AT ONCE NO ENDORSERS Olt SIGNERS REQUIRED A courteous, prompt, and confidential cash loan service. Call In person or write WESTERN CREDIT CO. 06 East State St., Algona, Iowa The church was decorated in blue ana whit©. As processional the Lohengrin wedding march was plavcd i ?' u° Uis Garman - Algona, cou- In of the bridegroom. The maid )f honor was Lucille Roethler, sis- or of the bride, and the bride-room's attendant was Clarence Lisenbarth, St. Benedict, a cousin: ihe bride was attired in a white loor-length satin gown, with lace ell, and she carried a bouquet of fellow Johanna tea roses. The naid of honor wore an aqua-blue •aim gown and carried • yellow hrysanthemums. After the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. First Lutheran church. A program is planned, the main speaker to be Mrs. Dorothy Houghton, Red Oak, The program chairman will be Kate McCorkle; the dinner chairman, Grace Phillips; the menu chairman, Sadie Hopkins. The banquet will be served by the church women, . The bride is a graduate of the tot. Joseph school, and the bridegroom a graduate of the St. Benedict school. He is the eon of Mr an ° Mrs. Jos, Arndorfer, Algona The bridal couple made a short Honeymoon trip to New Hampton where they visited the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Roethler. They are at present making their home with tho bride groom's parents, and the bridegroom is helping his father with farm work. Economics Girls Serve Breakfast— The high school freshman home economics students served a 7-15 breakfast Wednesday morning to eight high school teachers, with Miss Relf, home economics leacher in charge. The color scheme was orange and green, with orange candles, green candlesticks, and small green cactus plants. The aenu consisted of grapefruit, cream of wheat with ralsine, eg.? a la goldenrod with bacon, hot choco- ate, and peanut cookies. Teacher included In the courtesy were the Misses Fussel, Roskoff, Quinby Krampe, Young[ Prescott and Mes srs. Cutler and Berger. 21 - \r SHOPPING ^ , DAYS TIL CHRISTMAS i Laundry Employe's Are Wed— Helen Knutson and Raymond Gilbert were married Wednesday evening at 8:30 at the Trinity Lutheran parsonage, the Rev P J Braner performing a single-ring ceremony. Attendants were Helen Sterling and Arno Hahn. The bride wore a navy blue crepe drees with blue accessories. The'new Mrs. Gilbert is a daughter of Henry Knutson, Blue Earth, n ' S , a f radUQte of the Ald en, nn., high school. For the last seven years she has been bookkeeper for the Algona laundry Ihe bridegroom is the son of John Gilbert, Garner, and is also] employed at the laundry, where he as worked a like period. Tho new vweds are already at home in a Vera apartment. V 4-H Club Organized— The Whittemore township girls organized a 4-H club Saturday at Mrs. Carl Elbert's. Mrs. Elbert Is their leader. Mrs. Fred McWhorter, assistant leader, and Luclle Pepoon, home demonstration agent attended, Whittemore Wb.iz7.ers is ( the name chosen for the club, Eileen Rochlieu was elected president; Loretta Kisch, vice; Helen Kollasch, secretary-treasurer; Louise Elbert, historian. A year'o pro gram will be planned, and portfo Uos made, at the next meetins on December 11, Any Whittemore township girl may attend Farewells for the Carlsons— The Presbyterian Christian Endeavor society gave a farewell party Friday evening at the church in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson. A covered-dish supper was served, and the Carlsons were presented with a dinner set of fiesta ware. The Rev. and Mrs. Geo. C. Vance and the Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand entertained at dinner at the Sjostrand home last week Monday n honor of the Carlsons, and gift was presented. Methodist Aid to Meet— The Methodist Aid will have a 1:15 p m. luncheon for members Thursday at the church, and fol I A \V 1 T1 (T lllYixtl* « **t 1 »_. and Madelyn Paetz were hostesses. Following the business mestlng, there were games end guessing contests. James Stebbins was enrolled as a new member. Election of officers will take place nt the December meeting. Mrs. R, J, Hnfclilsoii Kntcrfnlns— Mrs. R. J. Hutchison entertained at her home at family dinner on Thanskgivlng day, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Hutchison, Madison, Wis.; Dr. and Mrs. H. 0. Decker, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Decker, Dea Molncs; Mr. and Mrs. Budd Lawson, Corwith; daughter Carol; Dr. and Mrs. P. O. DoHweiler, Jean John Hutchison and Earl son, Wesley. Ctranzows in Get-Together— Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow entertained at dinner Sunday, and thers of Mrs. Wlnkel, and Mra. Rasmus Peterson Is their mother. The same evening . the Wlnkele were dinner guestfl at Mr. Winkers brother George J. Wlnkel's near \Vtiltteinore. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Raymond Beamish home were Mr. and Mrs.' Emmett CalUilian, of Emmetsburg son Pat, Mr, and Mrs, Leon Boamlsh, Mason City, and tho last named couple's daughters .Judy and Juanlto. The Messrs. Reumish are brothers. Banker and Mrs. R. H. Miller on- tertalned at Thanksgiving dinner, out-of-town guests being Mrs. Mil- with tho Drogram will be"bo^ed on current events a* gi ven in tho N ' ember 27 issue of tho Union si,, nal, national W. c T u The Wa-Tan-Yo club will ",7""' tonight (Tuesday) --• - " r " co Dr. and Mrs. P. O. DorVeiler, Jean out-of-town guests being Mrs. Mll- Honry, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. ler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. John Hutchison and Earl Hutchi-1 Thompson, and a niece, Mary snn. Waaiav Thompson, all of Esthervlllo. lira. Thompson and Mary remained till Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Bourse entertained at ft family . dinner at FUR We pay top prices for your Fur. Season is now open on all fur bearing animals, except Beaver and Otter. JOE GREENBERG Phone 118. Cash Paid For Cream Open all day and on Wednesday and Saturday nights till 9 p. m. AIGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY Plum Creek Club Has Program— The Plum Creek Social & Literary club met at Mrs. Clara Gil- Ibrides AVednesday, and the following program was given: Roll call, Am I Thankful and AVhy?; Special I Days in Germany, Russia, Spain, and America, Ethel Gardner- A Nation Unit&d, Lora Raney The next meeting on December 8 will be a banquet for members and husbands. This will take place at the Fonr-H Bancroft Announced-The Kossuth 4-H boys and girls clubs will hold their annual "banquet next Monday nigh't in the Burt high school gymnasium. The Burt band Mothers club will serve and leaders and parents will attend The Portland Peppv Pals will have charge of decorations: the Burt Busy Bees will present a Play; the Fenton Forwards will Furnish music; the Bancroft Bu=y Pals will give a folk dance; and the Cresco Chums will put on a &kit. _ „ „„ tuo uuuiuu, ana 101 lowing lunch a Christmas program w be given. Mrs. D. J. Bredel will present the story of Christmas carols, Mrs. Arthur Anderson w'.J Five a group of violin solos, and Mra O. B. Lalng is scheduled for a Christmas reading. Group singing of carols will be a feature. Mrs Walter Roberts is chairman of the uncheon committee. Post->*nptlal Shower Given— Mrs. Raymond Gilbert, the former Helen Knutson, was honoree at a miscellaneous showor Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred . , and some 30 women attended. The bride received many gifts. The three Lavrenz sisters, Elda Amelda, and Esther, had charge of the program, which consisted o games and an original reading b ^iaa. A two course luncheon wa served at 4 o'clock by the hostess guests were the former's sister Lillian, teacher at Denison, the parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Granzow, the R. E. Morgans, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruikshank, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Klnyon. The lat- ier Is a daughter of the Granzows, ind Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Cruikshank are sisters. Methodist S. S. Board to Meet- Mrs. H. C. Johannsen Jr. will \ entertained the Methodist Sunday' school board tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at her home. This tnnrunen ai ft lamny _ dinner ai their homo on Thanksgiving day, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maland, Elmore, and Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudaln. Mcsdames Maland and Naudaln are aunts of Mrs. * i — »^«-»«ii^ ^t,\, tici HUllJd I U In meeting will be held a week earlier than usual. Officers and teachers will complete Christmas plans. Other Society. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winkel entertained at a family dinner Thanksgiving, and guests were Messrs and Mesdames William, Elmer, and Ernest Peterson, their children, and Wrs. Rasmus Peterson, all of Titon- —. UW J. ^t\^lh71_»ll f tUl (JJ_ tllUll' ka. The Messrs. Peterson are bro Bourne. Attorney and Mrs. G. W. Stillman entertained at a family Thanksgiving dinner, and guests were Mrs. Stillman's mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland, and brother, James Stillman, Doliiver, and the lalter's wife. Mrs. Holland went home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacob, Mrs. Ida Zumach, daughter Alia, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Wittkopf were 6 o'clock dinner guests on Thanksgiving day of Mrs. Jacob's and Gerhard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Wittkopf, Lotts Creek. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet at the church Thursday afternoon at 2:30; hostesses, Mesdamos John G. McDowell, Alwin Huenhold, Eli Burbank, A. W. Amunson, and Clyde Smtih . The W. C. T. U. meets today Bask VS.— Lu Verne 7:80 Tuesday, December? H. S. GYMNASIUM Also tentative second game, Admission 25c-20c Buy season ticket of Junior C of p m , Adults, 8 events, ai ^ Two Surprises for Birthday— Mrs. A. D. Richards was honored at two birthday celebrations on Thanksgiving day. Thursday morning her son, M. 0. Richards, Lone Rock, came for her and took her to his home, where she was surprised by another son, Floyd Richards, of Blue Earth, and his family. A family dinner was served, and Mrs. Richards was the recipient of many birthday tokens. When she came nome that evening her neighbors gathered for birthday party, an she again received many gifts. CUT RATE GROCERY APPLES, No. 1, solid and juicy, bu. _$1.19 50-60 Size PRUNES 10 Lb. Box 83c MACARONI or SPAGHETTI 2 Lbs. 15c Fresh GINGER SNAPS 2 Lbs. 19 C G&B Special A siitisfyinf. smoke tor tho particular smoker. Let the flavor and uroma be your guide •-and the G. & u Special will be your favorite cigar. The cigar inado by men who know how. CRACKERS, 2 Ib. box Thanksgiving at the Mayor's— Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht en ertained at a family dinner Thanksgiving day, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kutzli, of Miles son Jack; Supt. and Mrs. A C Horneman, Preston; and the Harrv Larsons, Forest City. The Mesdames Kutzli, Horneman, and La'r- son are daughters of the Spechts. The Larsons went home Thursday evening; the Kutzlis and the Hor- nemans remained till Sunday. Trinity Tonng People Meet— The Trinity Lutheran young peoples society held a monthly business and social meeting Friday evening at the church. Esther Geilenfeld, Magdalene Zimmerman, Fur Coat SALE •«••«•*«• A Sensational and Unexpected The Chrischilles Store ^^^ Three Days Only-Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 3-3-- Ckrisclidles ONE DAY ONLY Wednesday, December 1 ^T^^^ Over 400 Choice COATS, SUITS and Chase & Snnborn COFFEE Lb. 25c Seedless RAISINS 2Lbs. 17 c WHEAT HEARTS BUTTER, lib. Creamery, roll ... 37, Jfavy BEANS 4 Lbs. 19c 3Iedium OXYDOL . 20c Assorted BREAKFAST FOOD 4 Pkgs. 33c Dried PRUNES 4 Lbs. 25c Small Loans Up to $300 ON AUTOMORfLES MVE STOCK HOUSEHOLD FCIiNITUKE, ETt *J»roinpt, courteous, coundentla! service. NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO •«rt to Upper Des Molnes office '""'"* 18B _4lOTna. low. Banner RICE 3 Lbs. 19c 666 checks COLDS and FEVER Salve, Nose Drops minutes Try "Bub-My-TiBm" — World's Best Liniment Brown SUGAR 4 Lbs. 23c , 5-lb. box 89c Golden SYRUP 5 Lbs. 29c, 10 Ibs. 49c Powdered SUGAR 3 Lbs. 23c SEAL OF MINN. FLOUR, 49-lb. bag $1.95 Sugar Cured BACON SQUARES , Lb. 20c Special BpLOGNA Lb. 17c Small Pig LIVER Lbs. 14c this is an old fashioned, rfp-roarhV 2 t^ '? * ^ earance Daughter. Remember, of desirable garments to * here How It Works {..„ i . . wl ^ L "viiiL/^ or Another Absolutely Free Pork CUTLETS Lb. 19c OR PORK ROASTS, Ib. ______ 17c Mr. Howe, representing Newton Annis, our reliable Detroit furrier, will be at the store for the last time this eason, with a complete line 3f fashionable fur coats. Newton Annis has been especially "hot" this year and we have sold many gorgeous fur coats- You, too, may own a fine fur coat and may buy it right from Mr. Howe's immense showing (over 150 coats) Remember the day, and let us serve you in your fur needs. Chrischilles Store Why It Works The 2 for 1 works because it is honest. You can't get cheated. The original prices are on all garments, you simply select one at a certain price and get another of equal value absolutely FREE. The 2 for 1 works because it has been done successfully for over 30 years, and folks have come to accept it as the GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT IN THIS PART OF IOWA. You will like it too. GARMENTS ^^^•^^^•{^^••^^••••••^^•iH Only One Garment We positively MUSTELTU^?, 1 ^ friend ° r neighbor to take the other one, by being prepared to take two P GA ? M£ NTS and you can cooperate with us such values so early i n the *!?*'« *1 M W that no other retail 8tore * ive8 y ° U we must clean out our stoct ^qu^ckfv TK I ^ tlw P for 8uch unprecedented bargains q uic fci> That s the reason for the 2 for 1. GOES FREE! it t Costume Suits, Dress EE ° Wer ' The ^ « e «° *«W ' * y l m * l -°° for lhe other B ou have to do Northern^ °" e °» th f We8test readytQ-wear .Jock. PRICE • » • • • • • • Northern Tn«r. A j *«******* rwmyww*«* r ?;r,v^Ai • • • • • I pRiri? ic rSfuA 11 " remember *l*o, the QJUk**^ m • • •• HI I You c ' EVERY GARMENT, to safeguard XP«' ^""EWOIttD*;^;^ UKE TB»

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