Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1937 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1937
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W. Miller Bice 427, residence 8!M Mgona, Iowa. pTiTnoNAii Ittorney-at-Law "owa State Bank Bldg. L 460-W. Algona, Iowa & LIHNAK van 3. E. McMahon , Llnnan Ittorneys-at-Law ew County Mutual Bldg flee, 261. Algona, Iowa KOS3UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA "111 |,o hpiscopaliun church f ing (it 1.1. Mrs. Krj week-end her mother resides" Tim l{n« Aslicrs . ,„ . spoilt the <u Minneapolis, where An nil-high school dance parly in other sections of Iowa. Mrs. A. "ir rP » C "; Hky is llis daufihter. H. K. Hospwall, nine Earth cloUilcr, came last week Tuesday lor Urn wife and son Richard, who had remained hero after Thanka- KiviiiK holidays with Mr. Rosewall's mo her, Mrs. Charles nose-wall. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish, with their children, Jerry and Jean spwit tho week-end with the rcs- MT L 'uKl' 1!lrCn ' S ' aml Krand l mrents > Mrs. V .1. Wils,,,, ..pent Wednesday tit Titonka with her snn, J. K Wilson, and his wife. I 1 . K. Snnmlcrs, local Kennedy- arsons manager, bought Mrs. haunders home from Sioux City "iday. She had been a patient II, ff,r, . ' )ls °" nml Kavl - ' > "<"' " u «» «• Paucni •nee n^.,fM n llwl « "'"flct rtonlal 1 | «ree weeks at Mercy hospital 1) It • in 1 "" 1 , (: " y Mon ' 1;1 >'- ', 1CTO ' rec "Peratlng from an appen- i». .1. moduli, who wont to Koch- (] loitis operation. fit* t n» li\,,l . t_ ,-, - *i"^i» * ester last week Sunday for medical treatment, is reported doi well. ng & Ittorneys-at-Law Sj-e Ove; •"'ostofflce INESS, o. iv. r Lawyers fin new Helse Block. Algona, lows mvay E. D. Kellj TinVAY & KELLY jtttorneys-at-Law In Qulnby Block Algona, Iowa nd the. Itcv. Gen. C. Vance allend- j wcm Sunday guests of Mr. and d a Congregational moling at !U1(1 Mrs - Floyd Keoplto, Burt. lasop City Friday. Mr. »nd Mrs. C. C. Smith, Burt, Mrs. K. (!. Jlovey, who recently nliln to loavo °» the 29th for two ad a goiter operation nl. Fair- n '™ths in California. They have mont, was hnniKhi liome Sunday. tw " KnnK there. One, with his Ir. llovey drove to Fairmont for | wir °> l)W »s and operates a beauty er. | shop at Glcndalo, and the other is employod by an oil company at Ventura. |l,. A. WINKEL Mtorney-at-Law In Quinby Phone 180 llUAM «. WHITE (Attorney-at-Law [over Iowa Stale Bank Algona, ID™ a P. A. DAJfSON Attorney-at-Law ovor Iowa State Bank Office, 460-J; Res. 316 JIIISON ALD C. HUTCHISON ;I;ODORE c. HUTCHISON Attomeyo-at-Law rity State Bank Bldg. il Algona, Iowa PRICE C. McMAIIOB Attorney-at-Law flee in Helse Bldg. 25 Algona, Iowa DOCTORS 01IN N. KENEFICK lysician and Surgeon over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 ORET/MEYER, M. I). irgeon and Physician e John Galbraith Block Phones 444-310 Iow» InaviN G. BOURNE •hysician and Surgeon pee. in Postoffice Block Office, 197; residence, 19 DENTISTS mi. IF. si. OLSON Dentist d over Chrlstensen Store. Business, 166; Res., 78 Algona, Iowa I). WALUATH, ». D. S. Gwiornl Dentistry ice in Postoffice Block. 20 Algonn, low KAltl, R. HOFFMAN Dentist ice in New Heise Bldg. nes: Office 44, res. 116. int. c. D. SCIIAAP Dentist ( Algona, Iowa mes: Bus. 133, res. 174. AND INSURANCE MUKTAGH & SON r '»ans ReaF Estat Insurance and Bonds Bldg. Phone 10 H MONET'S WORTH IN HOMES. HOMESITES, HJFS, AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST °Ter la. St. Bk. Phone 9 Mrs. Jolm Cox, south of Alas a felon on her right thumb nd has boon under a doctor's care ireo weeks, The V. !•'. AV. will have a Christmas party on I his ,, lv ,, v 'hur.sday evening a; thoir hall It r ill begin nl 6:30. Mrs. 1). I'. Smith, AI,-. S . L CO ona, stag . Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Miller have returned from Minneapolis, where they visited their daughter, Mrs. U H. Crawford, a few days. The Cro.w£ords used to live on tho farm next west of the Wallburg tourist camp on No, 18. Mrs. Ahvln Ilnmhold, her little son Jon, Mrs. John G. McDowell, and the kilter's sou Allan spent Wednesday with Mrs. W. F. Hunt, T.u Verne. The Alwin Huenhold's book," published monthly In Successful Farming. the Ray Work, who returned Thursday from Des Moines will be transferred to Clinton where he will represent the New Idea, Inc., farm Implment company, his territory to include nine counties. He left Monday. Mrs. Work and the son Donnie will remain hero for tho rest of the school semester . Gertrude Isenherger who owns and did operate the State's beauty shop has taken a course in Nyla beauty cosmetics and yesterday she started her duties as the Nyla representative in this territory and 'five other counties. Esther Heller, Whittemore, will now manage tho shop under the supervision of Miss Isenberger. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith, son Donald, with Carmean Roskopf and Audrey Fritz, local teachers, attended the Messiah given Sunday evening at the Fort Dodge high school auditorium. Mrs. Everett Martin, Rockwell City, the former Winifred Almy, who was the physical education teacher In the local schools before marriage, sang all the contralto solos. Esther. Heller, former Whittemore girl, is the new operator at tho State Beauty Shoppe, located next to the Call theater. Ocrturde Eichenberger, who had operated the shoppe two years, will do part- time work, but the rest of the time will travel for ,the Princess Nyla Co. She begins her new work this week and will travel in six counties bordering Kossuth. Miss Heller is a beauty school graduate and is experienced. coloring. They have added booths in front, also more on the west side of the main room. The booths will be finished in dark brown. .School to Give Cnnfnntn. A Children's Christmas cantata "will be given by pupils jn the No. 8 school district, Irvington township, 2 miles east of Irvington, next week Friday evening. Lunch •will be served following the pro- .gram. The attendance of the public is invited. Marjorie Johnson is teacher. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Hayne are caving today to visit the Carl Taynes at 1'oorin, 111. •.'.'arl, a son if Mr. and Mrs. Hayne, is a jcw- lor there. Lois Slovens, who had boon Mr. mill Mrs. M. C. Frandsen loft Wednesday for two or three- months with a daughter at Springfield, Mo. The Frandsens, both in loycd at Ralph Buck's five weeks,! their 7 °' s > hlul been living in a J. s now visiting a sister south of' • Moulds apartment. They are Igona. Mrs. Buck is employed at ho Coffoo Shop. T1u> Woman's club will have a Ihristmas party at thr. library Friday afternoon. Mrs. II. M. Olson vill be In charge. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Roth, Ashton, vorc dinner guests las! week Sun- lay at. Samuel Baylor's. Mr. Roth s a brother of Mrs. Baylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Uceder, Palner, spent Sunday with Dr. and dra. S. \V. Mover. Mr. Render is nanager of the Palmer-Pomeroy .olcphone company. Anderson Cafe Has New Panels, Booths Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, who own and operate, the Anderson cafe, are having it remodeled. They-are having the walls paneled with wood for finish in natural SALE oi SPORT COATS $6 & $1O Sold. regularly from $10.95 to $19.50. Sizes 14 to 42. New Shipment H. & H. Fur Fabric Coats. $24' 00 KRESENSKY'S Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green -lumboldt, visited nother, Mrs. ,1. E. of Mrs. Greene's Moulds, last week Tuesday evening. Mr. Greene operates an implement shop. .Chris Wnllakiiit, of the Council Oak store, and Mrs. Wallukait al- .ended a dinner party Sunday evcn- :ng at Hans Wallakait's, Rutland. 3hris and Hans are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, farmers north of Algona, wore called to Boone Friday evening by news ;hat Mr. Miller's mother, Mrs. Douglas Sturtz, was seriously sick. Francis Lonergan, now of DCS VIoines, spent the week-end here with his wife, who is clerking (her old job) at the James drug store during the Christmas season. Mclvin Sliilfs, son of Barber Frank Shilts, spent the week-end at Omaha, where he has employment, but returned Monday for another two weeks of a 30-day vacation. \aniiio Si'h'liell, pioneer business woman in Algona, passed another milestone Friday, it being her 78th birthday anniversary. She. still lives at the rear of her millinery shop. Dor.milK'llo Merroii attended a farewell dinner part at Esthervil- les Sunday evening. She. is a niece of Banker and Mrs. R. H. Miller and is employed at the Iowa State bank. Mrs. Vaughn Rising spent Friday and Saturday at Des Moines with her sister-in-law, Marian Rising. Miss Rising is a slonagraph- er for the Western Mutual Insurance Co. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Reugemer,. of Horseshoe Lake, near Richmond, Minn., spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson. Mr. Anderson owns and operates the Algona Grain Co. Charles I'dtlRiw, Flandreau S. D., was hero Sunday again, before leaving for bis homo, after having visited relatives here and former Wesleyans, and Mr. Frandsen is a carpenter. Tim community orchestra will meet at the high school Thursday evening instead of tonight. A meeting of the "old" members was hold last week Tuesday night, following rehearsal, and plans were laid for reorganization. A few mcmher.s will be admitted. AUnrncy and Mrs. M. C. McMahon look their little daughter, Nancy, to Mason City last week Sunday for a visit with the Paul ITamills till Wednesday, when Mrs. McMahnn and the grandmother, Mrs. S. E. McMahon, went after her. Mrs. Hamill is the former Prances Zender. 3I.r. and Mrs. Geo. W. Godfrey, Ames, called Friday on the former's mother, Mrs. W. IT. Godfrey, and sister Bertha. They also looked after their farm southeast of town. Mr. Godfrey still writes his "Squibs from a Farmer's Note- These are Gifts Every Woman Wants from KRESENSKY'S TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7 Matinee 11 O'clock and Every 2 Hours PINKY TOMLIN in a Jamboree of Mirth and Melody "THANKS FOR LISTENING" EWNES.-THURS., DEC, 8-9 WEDNES-THURS., DEC. 8-9 Melodrama Picture of the Month! Vance on KGLO Tomorrow. The Rev. Geo. C. Vance, pastor of the local Congregational church, will lead devotionals at 10:45 a. m. Wednesday via radio station KG- Lo Mason City. See D. ». PAXSON own Dwelling, Househol nnd Automobile Insuranc neglect your policy for of- occurs when insurance VETERINARIANS T-. W, FOX •'• «. WINKET, Veterinarians 'est State Street, Algona a: Office, 475-W; Res., 476-B .INSURANCE ' COUNTY MTJTUAIi STJIIANCE ASSOCIATION 0,000 worth of Insurance In A home company. Safe, se*" D. Paxspn, Secretarj SHOE SHOP Shoes Shlned Repaired. lowe A ». 5inj-T?B BEAUTY PARLOK culture in all its branches. Office 604. Apt. 896. for appointment. above Behlmera. Ne wspaper Founded Entered as Seeond i Claee Pf December 91, 1908, at the DR. C. C. SHIERK- Podiatrist (Foot Specialist) Specializing in the prevention and correction of diseases and deformities of the feett Quinby Building. Phone 250-1V. Ribs Broken in Fall. Union Twp. Dec. 6 — Virgil Spear, jrother of Mrs. Roy Sarchetti em- iloyed at the Norton lumberyard Algona, fell from a ladder while it work and besides ,broken ribs suffered back injuries. 2 FEATURES 21c WEDNES. THRU SATUR. fRandolph Scott .porQthy Lamour Akim Tamiroff Also "Playing With Danger" FRI.-SATUK., DEC. 10-11 Friday is Ottosen Progressive Women's Clul) Day at Call Theatre. See Jane handle a dummy a la Charlie McCarthy. It's a scream! JANE IS GIVEN A NEW GUARDIAN ...AND SHE ' s -.KEEPS HIM > OUT OF TROUBLE! Gored skirt high color for afternoons. Also Foxy Hunter News MR. FARMER ! PLAN YOUU FARM SALE! When you have 'a farm sale you want bidders. One good bidder is wqrth $50 to $100 at any sale. How do you get bidders? By letting every possible bidder know of your sale. Advertise in the Advance and reach all parts of the county. The cost of such an advertisement is trifling in comparison with the money added to your sale receipts. Bidders 20. 30, 40 miles aw ay learn of your sale through the Advance. K you want to Impress them, list everything In your advertisement and make the advertisement big enough to convince them your sale is an opportunity for them. One item may bring a bidder for 40 miles. If you want bidders—go after them by advertising. THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE rusting to luck by defying death at the hands of killers! Plus Hoot Gibson 'in the "Painted Stallion" Pittsburg Polished Plate MIRRORS New Mo.dern Colors—Flesh-tint and Blue - Smart Holiday Headwear Ribbon Hats Straw Cloth Hats Metallic trim and smart shapes in Felts $1.00 $1.98 $2.98 Moire Dinner Gown with hour glass waist $8.00 Satin Slips with lace trim and four gored $1.98 S.&H. Green Trading- Stamps Lustrous Satin Gown Lace trimmed or tailored $1.98 | Bed jacket to match $1.98 All types and sizes. Second Feature Extra Special RICHARD ARLEN FAY WRAY —in— "Murder in Greenwich Village" A bright story—very fine.. You'll say it's tops. ;ir<aS(*ea«!sM!a^^ COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY GO, ALGONA , PHONE 275 Onen till 9 O'clock Evenings- 11 KM.* WU* X-U* HJ-bt 1AM** *.'-L* IV-U* Mfliit Itefafc Mi-hfc >V-l*fc lAfiL Silk Hose by Rollins Admiration Trim fit. Beautiful 2-thread or 3-thread chiffon $1.00 MIMEOGRAPHING ADVANCE >tlgona, Iowa For Christmas Venetian Blinds By WARREN. An ideal gift that will serve for years — something for the whole family to give itself for all-year pleasure. This Warren blind recommended by the National Venetian Blind Guild. I COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY CO, ALGONA PHONE 275 Open Till 9 O'clocfc Evenings, Gift Slippers Fur trim on red, black, white, or brown kid $1.49 Rich velvet in wine or black with real fur trim $2.25 Children's Sheep-lined Slippers 59c Tafetta House Coat with wide sash $2.98 Tafetta House Coats with shirred waist $1.98 Wool Robes and Coats Either button, zipper or tie around $5.95

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