Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1937 · Page 10
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AfrVANOfi. ALGONA, IOWA '.E.S., Burt, Holds Initiation, Supper POSTMISTRESS PRESIDES AND SIXTEEN HELP Burt, Dec. 6—About 40 attended the potluck supper at the Eastern Star hall last Tuesday ovoning, •which preceded the meeting tit nvhich the initiatory work was presented by past matrons and patrons. Mrs. Maude Hanna acted as worthy matron, Dr. Richard Thompson, worthy patron, Mrs. B. H. Brooke, A. M., W. H. Khunp, A. P., Mrs. C. W. Patterson, Cond., Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, A. Cond., Mrs. G. B. Brace, sec'y, Mrs. A H. Moinzer, treas., Mrs. G. P. Hawcott marshal, Mrs. J. w. Dor ranee, chap., Mrs. Theis, Bancroft, Adah, Mrs. K. J. Smith, Ruth, Mrs. Lois Trainer, Esther, Mrs. E. E. Paine, Martha, Mrs. P. L. Pratt, Electa, Mrs. J. G. McDonald, warder, and J. P. Trunkhill, sentinel.- A short program was given at the close of the meeting, at which Eriui Baars sang a solo. Mrs. J. T. Hcaney gave o. gypsy dance, accompanied by Mrs. Vergil Schnuler, and the high school girls' sextette sang two numbers. Sirs. Dittiner to Oklahoma— T,. N. Dittmer took his wife and daughter Joan and brothor-in-law John Black, who had .spent a month here visiting, to Dos Moincs a week iiKo Sunday, whore they took the bus for Cache. Ok la" •where they will visit Airs Dittmor'.s parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S 0 Black. Mr. Dittmor expects to i;o | down for Christmas and to brint; them home. Mrs. J. a. Thaves to Albert Lea, Minn., Tuesday, where she was called by the serious illness of her daughter Virginia, who is employed in a beauty shop there. Mrs. Thaves remained to care for her until she is able to be brought home. She is suffering with erysipelas. Ticglon-Aux Meeting I'ostponcd— The American Legion and Auxiliary meeting, which was to have been held Tuesday of this week, has been postponed to next week Tuesday, December 14. The meeting wil Ibe at the II. S. McWhorter home. Mrs. W. J. Lockwood and Mrs. Paul Moore are assisting hostesses. Fonr-H County (!lnb ]Jaii< ( ue^- The Band Mothers club will serve the fourth annual county 4-H boys' and girls' club banquet Monday, December 6, in the local gymnasium. About 175 club members, county officers, and other guests are. expected. Several girls' clubs will furnish the program. Young People nrc Married— Hazel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meier, and, Rudolph Haack, Lone Rock, were married a week ago Friday evening at the Methodist parsonage, the Rev. Thoburn Speicher performing the ceremony.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Meier attended ' thorn. sick list last week were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney, Mrs. J. H. Graham, and Mrs. George Koestler. Mrs. C. F. Whalen, of Lakota, spent last week Tuesday at the H. W. Manus home. TJie Whalens were formerly Burt residents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance Florence Hash, and Mrs. Maude Hanna were Fairmqnt, Minn., visitors last Wednesday. Joan and Mary Lowe, Algona, spent last week Saturday and Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon. The young people of the Presbyterian church enjoyed a skating party at Fenton last Thursday evening. The Junior Missionary society of the Presbyterian church met in the church parlors last Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Lois Trainer, Philip, S. D., spent Thursday and Friday with Mrs. Carrie Ackerman. The Hi-Low bridge, club met at the Clalr Winkle home last Tuesday afternoon. The Busy Bee club met Friday afternoon at Mrs. Clifford Holding's. FORMER EAGLE TWP, GIRL IS WEDNOV.25TH Swea-Eagle Twp., Dec. . 6—Lucille Anderson, East Chain, and Francis Sevold, Maple Hill, were married November 25 at the Presbyterian church, Esthorville, by the Rev. Claude Fausnaugh. Witnesses were Hilda Hesvlck, Swea City, and Robert Bryan, Estherville. Miss Anderson, the daughter of Edw. Anderson, East (Jlmln, lived in Swea township 12 years before moving to East Chain last spring. She is a graduate of the Swea City high school, In the class of 1934, and since then has kept house for her father. Mr. Sevold is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Sevold, Maple Hill, and is a graduate of the Maple Hill j high school, class of 1933. Since then he has been engaged in the car.penter trade. The couple will go to housekeeping at Maple Hill. Vegetable Growers In Session— The vegetable growers of the northern Iowa association are holding a two-day meeting at the Armstrong, opera house this week Monday and Tuesday. Cooperating are the Minnesota agricultural college, the Emmet county Farm Bureau, the Hollandale Market association, and the Armstrong Commercial club. Morning and afternoon meetings both days, and a banquet will be served Monday evening. Subjects for discussion are seeds, sprays, fertilizers, machinery, storage, etc. Leslie Hanson, George Moore, Arthur Larson, of Eagle township, and ("cell and Orval Thorson, of Swea, have for many years attended the association's meetings. They nre growers of potatoes, onions, and other vegetables. Shower for a New Bride— A'miscellaneous shower was given a week ago Friday afternoon at Mrs.. A. J. Petterson's home in honor of Mrs. Leuls Patterson.who was married November 24 at Estherville. Mrs. Petterson was formerly Maxine Northern, of Swea City. The bride received many gifts, and the hostess served lunch. Shower hostesses were Mrs. A. J. Petterson, Mrs. Lyl6 Blair, Mrs. Milton Petterson> and Metha Roun. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Anderson, Donnell, Minn., and three children, and Mrs. Hazel Walcntlne, Ledyard. Bridc-to-Be Is Honored— A Chrlfltmaa party atid miscellaneous shower was given at Mrs. Anna Dahl's, Swea City, a week ago Friday evening honoring Jane Carlson. Games and stunts made up the entertainment. Christmas decorations, red and green, wore carried out in homes and at tables, and In favors. Thirty guests attended. The bride-to-be received many gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses, who were Mrs. Martin Dahl, Edith Dahl, and June Larson. Com Sealers Await Forms- Corn sealing in this vicinity will start as soon as the contract blanks arrive. George Butterfieltl Is president of the county warehouse board, and 0. L. Thorson of the county conservation bdard. Fred Berggren, Swoa City, will seal In Eagle and Swea. They were in Algona a week ago Saturday and Monday, attending . meetings of sealers and warehouse boards. Kilters (lie Teachers College- Florence Looft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Looft, left last week Sunday tot Cedar Falls to begin studies at the Teachers col- lego. Miss Looft won a $300 cash subscription prize given by the Bancroft Register thla fall and will Use It on her college expenses. Mrs. Jacob Peterson, Mrs. John Anderson, and 'Mrs. David Anderson helped entertain tho Immnn- uel Lutheran Aid Thursday at the Luther League hall, Swea City. St. Benedict Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkcl, daughter Rita, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Soller were callers at the John Preushcl's last week Sunday evening, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ludwlg called there Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Floyd EricUson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William Baker, Algona, attended a supper at the Jennings homo at Whitlomoro last week. Wllma and Rita Arend were visitors at Peter Arcnd's, Burt, last week Tuesday afternoon. Lorcna Huschka Is at Chicago, visiting her aunt and cousin, Mrs. Francis and Vivian Stephcnson for n few weeks. Ambrose Lolcktelg has left for short visits at points In Kansas. His parents, sisters, and brothers fllKl Mr. 111111 and Mrs. an,,ih er . K'Hlilfon mem KtP1)s recently '""'«"'•« to | ) ?ar Mrs, .. Mr MAI' OP land •w tlr.itns, maps, " IU '1> Plat Imnk at ^"l ""111 separately snlns |;,x. - Jt orders. Girtoiis to Xow Home— The Earl Girtons spent Thursday jnight at the Mrs. Gertie and II. A. Thompson homes. They are mov-l 3ng from Grinnell and were on! their way to their new homo at I Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. Gertie .Inompson accompanied them to Sioux Falls, where she will spend the winter with them. Mrs. Girton is her daughter. Santa Clans Coining Dec. 18 The Burt Community club me! at tho Marvin hotel for supper Wednesday evening, followed by a business meeting. Plans were made for a visit from Santa Clans on December 18. at which time all children will receive ;i ban of candy. There will also lie » free show in tho afternoon for the youngsters. Yirsrinin Thaves is Sick — •Mr. and Mrs. Hd Thaves Look Officers Xnined Ity .Iteheknlis— At the meeting of the Rebekah, lodge Thursday evening the follow- ' ing officers were elected for tho coming year. Mrs. Velma McBridc,, X. G.; Mrs. Mary Steward, W. G.; i Mrs. Bon Bahling, secretary; and ' Mrs. J. p. Stow, treasurer. I'arty for Church Officials— The stewards of the Methodist church nnd their wives had a party and the monthly business meeting at the Carl Bahling home last week Tuesday evening. Xew Odd Fellow Deputy— J. IT. Graham has been appointed District Deputy Grand Master for this district, No. 55, of the T. 0. 0. F. lodge for the ensuing term. Other Bnrt News. Mrs. H. E. Rachut was hostess to the Lutheran Aid society Thursday afternoon. The Walther League met the same evening with Lois and Raymond Lavrenz as hosts. Vadonna Bryan, Dows, who had been visiting at the C. B. Huffman and Rev. G. H. Wessel homes since Thanksgiving, returned to her home Friday. Among those who were on the THE COURTHOUSE REPORTER, published by the Advance, gives liens filed In the county recorder's office.. Every business establishment should be a subscriber. tf rotj&j3ja$jj<>$gajpS|a$^^ Try tho IHMARDALE STORE Free J»elivery Phone 246 ., »«« rt! '«^^^^ I H ; Here is a Fuel Service That May Save You Money In the first place, we have ready to deliver to you uoth hard and .soft coal in all regular sizes for both cooking and heating purposes. Our soft coals Include Superior Block Great Heart — Blue Star which gives you a good variety to select from and Vt ,' 1 lf t - h wil1 fit Practically all domestic uses. HUT—here is where we may be able to help you get' better results in both heating and cooking and also possibly save you some money. —Let us help you fit a coal to your cook stove, range, heating stove or furnace. Don't try to use just any coal. _You will always get better results and usually save money if you have the correct kind and size of fuel for each stove or furnace. \\Q Make .No Charge for This Fuel Kitting Service F. S. NORTON & SON ALGONA PHONE 229 IOWA I ills if if In this one store you can find a suitable gift for anyone on your list. This year we have the largest stock in our long history in Al gona, the largest stock of gifts in Algona or North Central Iowa. We invite you to come in—bring your shopping list with but we urge that you come now, while there is a selection. SsSMSes^W^SSaJ^iftsisJ^^ Perfumes N'<> gift pleases a woman or girl more thiiti a bottle or' her favorite perfume, or a bottle of a perfume a Sittie bit better than she ordinarily uses—something for those extra special occasions. Priced, per ounce, from • 50c to $2.50 Powder Gift Sets In a favorite brand and odor are certain to please. Yon will find many, many brands, and several choices of number of pieces to the set. Our sales force will know what kind she uses. Price range mini 49c to $10.00 Special Gift Bottles Toilet preparations are put up at this time of the year in special Christinas gift bottles, and include such items ns perfumes, toilette waters, powders, bath salts, etc. You can't go wrong giving one of these. 59c to $3.00 Gift Boxes N'e have a large, well-chosen selection oi gift boxes suitable for cosmetic con- tamers. Some are now filled with such items, others have paper, or other use- fill articles. They come in leather, mirrors, heavy board, and cedar. 79c to $3.25 Bath Salts , There is no gift that comes so well in this country of hard water—bath salts that soften the water and give a pleasant scent. These come in large packages of several units, or in bulk packages. -Prices range from 59c to $2.98 Atomizers Do/ens of perfumes and atomizers can be combined to make a gift that will be pleasing and express your wish for the holiday season. You will find .special prices on such combinations at the .lames store. Ask our sales force for details. 49c to $3.50 ..„-..,-..„-.._,-,.^_..,.-.v •~--™^™™^™~.~-..v~.«-.™^..v^J8J^^ — A Few of Hundreds of Gift Suggestions - Billfold Sets All ideal gift for a man. lias billfold in the new style, some with ueytain- ers nnd other items to imilch, in either plain or zipper style. Triced 49c to $6.00 Shaving Sets All the well-known brands —we will know tho kind lie uses or prefers. Old- liiireuder, VVrisleys, and Royalc special sets, priced from 59c, 79c up Smoking Standil A choice ..... (Id stands, .suilnlilefel home nr ni'i'icc, nnd Ml ets I" plcasi' liiilh inn 1 1 wiiiiinn. Always n s&\ ahlc gii'l. Priced $2.25to$12.9i| — Any Item Will Please Christmas Morning - . Attractive Lamps The news! ainoi'.g tne new in crystal, sluulinv, decorative, and useful. Some come in pairs. I'rieed $1.69 to $2.98 Dresser Sets Combination eomb, brush, nnd mirror sets that find a place on any dresser. I'ricc range from (he lowest to (lie. ivory inlaid ,"speeial" Drifts. $1.98 to $8.00 Clocks (iiinii mechanical flof sonic mounted 'i suitable I'nr use in riMiins, kitchens, or moms. A neat assort. of the ni'ff niodMaldjI priced electrics. I'ried } $5.00 and up have the largest selection of gift stationery ever shown In northern Iowa. Some eonie in attractive, boxes of eedar, walnut, or imrrors which alone would make an attractive gift The pr.ees are so reasonable that you will bo certain to find more than one on your uhoppJnB list that would be j.leiised with such a K M and at a price less than you expected to pay. Christmas Candy IInndr.-d8 upon hundreds of boxes of candv lin« our shelves ready to make many buy on ( hnstmns. Selections in ( j u i e j u Mr.nim.f-;, .Juno Norton, Li Be jif.., a others, ranBlng from Wlfi ind , up to livo-po,md family-sizes boxes Here's a Suggestion for that Hard-to-Suit Person . Only A Few Item Can Be Listed - Cone In! Manicure Sets This year there are literally (In/ens of new wnys in which these always necessary items have been combined into attractive sets, ranging from four- bottle to a complete unit. $1.19, $1.29 up Cosmetic Sets Complete with piiwdcr, soap, dusting powder, bath oil, In Hndniits .Marvelous, lllldnilts (ieniey, and many others. These make one of the nicest gifts. Priced reasonably from $1.00. up Items Seen Our Large Stock There is not sufficient space to list tho hundreds of items piirclmse.l spwtoUir I'' Christmas. There Is the always popular Fiesta ware; copper and browe HJJ bowls; polished and hammered copper and brass table bowls; crystal sets of all W and for all purposes; cocktail sets; liquor buttles and glasses; pewter sugar and ere^I ers; modern book ends, some with thermometer; and hundreds of pictures «»» ie ln '| of two. You must como in and seo these items before you start your Christmas sf j :>-:>g. AM are reasonably priced. , Perfume Bottles , These are the fancy crys- ' tal bottles every woman loves to have on her vanity dresser. Filled with her choicest and best per- i iiinie makes a gift doubly appreciated. Priced from 79c to $3,00 This store lias i «» een t'liristmus Mi ijuiirter. Zipper Traveling Sets « Illi i contents chosen especially «r u ia,,,i or woman. || t . n¥ y «l|»Pe« oi es or empty contain$3.00 up Men's Brush Sets Two-brush and comb sets in zipper leather cases; also complete shaving outfits, traveling sets complete or with the most needed items—make the most suitable gifts for any man who has occasion to go out of towu at all. $1.19, $1,69, $3.50 Leather Items Choice selection of ^ leather gifts such •» , key-toiners, -stationer) - > Kleenex covers, hau^f^ Ings, book-enus, P»« ' ,„,. leather sets. Prices^* iu the range of everyone. — ^ «_ ^ s»*•*£», >pj.,09, ^O.OU j u the range ol i Largest Stock of Gifts In Northern Io w » To Cho^Fr^ K. D. JAMES DRUGS («sra«r«fr«fra^^ ^^^^ ^W ^P ^|^F ^^^^

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