Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1937 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1937
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DECEMBER 7,1937. KOgSUTH" COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA B-B/Teams Win Four Games WIN THREE GIRLS BEAT LGONATEAM Dec. 6—Lcdyard's high jilnts played two games and again both teams the boys nor the girls game so far. Tuesday Iglrls played St. Cecelia's iAlgona, here. Tho same L> boys met the Ringsted Idefeoted them, 23-17. This \ close throughout, the hg tied several times. Frl- ' the boys, first and sec- played Burt la the new bnaslum, and both local on, the first team by a ' 0-5. „ Christmas Party— ethodist Aid met at Mrs. lyne's Thursday, and Mrs. fer led devotions. The re- Ifancywork from the ba- sold, bringing the total fup to $169. Plans were fa Christmas party at the iven by the Aid for all Other Lcdynrd News. Goyhart Fic1<on, Guckccn Minn Mr and Mrs. Alfred X,ia!sk 0 tertained at Tuoaday ovcn- tag. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence ™ ' Mrs. Harriot Matzner and Herbert Zlelske. P m JeonKon ftnd Mrs ' Pau Nit* attended a Lutheran Aid meeting at Laknta Wednesday. Mrs. £ b^Ais:* tt nuiy to bc " ut The Arthur Zielskes and the Edward Ilagscs, Buffalo Center were at the GeorKo Hag K e's home '"" " evening for an oyster Thursday supper. J. McDonald drove to Carroll Wednesday t.o lake Mary Ellen hack to a hospital to resume nurse's training, after a few days at her homo. The Hans Hondricksons, Mrs. ivon ay LUG **•"* *.«* >v.« ho helped make the ba-. Hn <p s ' > liccess by donations and by This will be on Thursday, • 16. ty for Catholics— party was held in the basc- the Sacred Heart church evening, with some 90 i in attendance. The prize Ihigh score at bridge was I Mrs. William Flynn, con- I by Mrs. J. Sullivan. High as won by Walter Thilges, fclon by Mrs. Schitz. The ; the church served lunch. otters Defeat Boosters— Iwcek Monday evening the basketball Boosters met ored Globe-Trotters on the floor, and the Globe-trot- pn, as traveling teams us- On the Ledyard town William Barnes, Gerald bnard Warner, Alfred Lloyd, Green, and Craig and Art- Bwea City. ,.,nier's Hip Broken— H. D. Mayne received word ay that her mother, Mrs. puenfeldt, Alden, suffered a et week Sunday on an icy nd broke a hip. Mrs. Neuen well known here, for her owned and operated the Standard station a few years ilrs. Mayne went to Alden. |lime Eyes Tested— (week Tuesday and the Tuos- foro that pupils in the Health [went to Doctor Storey's and had eyes examined. Tho described the make-up of :es .their functions, and care. Ledyarder Mokes Call— j Mortesen, North Dakota.-was on old friends here Thurs- UR le pay top prices for Bur Pur. Season is pw open on all fur faring animals, except leaver and Otter. IDE GREEHBERG Phono 118. Christy Hendri.-.Uson, and the latter's daughter Jean, worn at Goo. st week Sunday. Mrs. George ThonipFnn, Mrs. D. 15. Mayor, and Urn liiller's daughter Barbara wore at Elmore last week Tuesday. Mrs. Asa Warnor and Mrs. Goo. Thompson attended Lone Rock Saturday of Mrs. Warner. Cloo Gable, Forest a shower at for a niece Portland Progress Club's Christmas Party Planned women met with Mrs. Ray Whorter Thursday afternoon to wrf u,,, b is ( u.uuil IU P fin an annual Portland Progress club banquet to be held at the Burt Methodist church next week Wednesday. Next year's calendar was also planned. Curd Party at Godfredson's—""""""" A 500 card party was given at Alfred Ondfredson's Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith won'the mens and woman's high scores respectively, and Loren Clayton was low. Sliowcr Given llnby Neighboring women met at Mrs. Aago Hanson's Friday for a shower honoring the new Hanson son. Mrs. Until llruyton Sick- Mrs. Ruth Brayton has been seriously sick since Friday night. Dr. Clapssuldlc is attending he-r. Oilier Portland. Mrs. Dell Fitch's nephew, Alvin Ashling, Sterling, 111., spent a few days last week here, and ho and MrB< Fltch made vlsita at Lu Livermore, and Emmetsburg. The Dell Pitches and Alvln Ashling, Sterling, 111., nephew of Mrs. Fltch, were last week Monday evening guests of the Claude Sigsbees at 500. Mrs. Ray McWhorter and Mrs. Martin Becker attended a county club executive luncheon and board meeting at the Algona hotel Saturday. Some Portland farmers attended the Haupert sale Thursday. There was a largo crowd, and the sale was considered a success. lona Godfredson returned Friday night from Bob Brayton's, south of Algona, where she helped Mrs. Brayton two days. A good-size'd delegation from Portland attended the John Deere entertainment at Algona Saturday. Henry Meiers and Bert Godden sawed wood Wednesday and Thursday for Victor and Dell Fitch. The James Shipler children are recovering from light attacks of scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Austin, Jewell, were at George Larson's Thursday. LONE ROCK Mrs. William (Dick) O'Donnell, Bun, was calling on friends . here City, spent! Friday. She was formerly Gladys the week-end with her mother, Mrs Bierstcdt. Martha Gable. Mrs. W. 10. Wiemcr and her son Craig were at. Klmoiv, Wednesday. Seneca At the Mrs. Ben Klucas home last week Tuesday a nilsccllean- eous shower was given for Evelyn Klucas, who i.s to be married soon. The Modern Mixer;; mot at. Mrs. J. W. Bollig's Wednesday, and plans were for a Christmas dinner on December 20. Five hundred was played, Mrs. Elmer Lee winning high and Ruby Pauken being low. Mrs. Richard won travel. .Mrs. Clarence MeUger, Algona, her children, Mrs. John Metxger, Plum Crock, and Mrs. Henry Irmiter Jr., RingHtcd, .spent Wednesday afternon at Mrs. J. W. Bollig's. Mrs. J. J. Drinnan entertained Wednesday afternoon. SALESBOOKS, ORDER BOOKS 4 similar items can be ordered at che Advance office, The Mite society met. Thursday with Mrs. E. M. Jensen. The society gave $120 towards church expense. The women are invited to a guest meeting of the Lalcota Presbyterian Aid this week Friday. The Legion Auxiliary met last Wednesday with Mrs. Roy Jensen, and Christmas things wore ordered SMH to an adopted boy. The next mooting will be with Mrs. Otis Sanders. The local Red Cross drive has ended, with a membership of 36 ! and two dollar donations. This was an increase of three members over last wear's roll call. Doris Mao Blanchard, Mary Ann Flaig, Lucille. Genrich, and Dorothy Jensen solicite,d memberships. The local Legion Auxiliary sponsored the drive. Floyd Marsh, employed at C. E. Householder's, had an appendectomy Friday at the Kossuth hospital. Mesdames Otis Sanders, Jack Quinn, Merle. Culbertson, Merwin Marlow, Calvin Householder, Raymond Bierstedt, and Arend Neeland took Mrs. Emil Kraft by sur- prise Thursday evening, when they arrived to help her celebrate a birthday. They presented her with a gift. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders and Mrs. Russell Sharp attended funeral of Harry Whitman, of East Chain, last week Tuesday. Supt. V. V. Frye and his commercial law class attended court at Algona last week Tuesday. In the party were George Hanna, William Knoll, Jesse Blanchard, Russell Jensen, Marjorle Pettlt, Marjorle Jensen, Marian Jensen, John Sprank, Clarence Kraft, Eugene Angus, and Mavis Nyman. Martin Yoder, Woolstock, has beon visiting friends here. Will Chrlstcnson, one of whose arms was recently crushed in a corn-picker, is again confined to his home, infection having arisen in the arm at the same time that he suffered an attack of intestinal flu. Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Gerald and Robert Angus, and Ray Merron left Wednesday for a week with the Angus Cottons at Chicago. * Armstrong Grocer Hurt in Car Spill Armstrong, Dec. 6—L. C. Le Van, grocer here, was badly hurt Wednesday noon, when his car skidded in gravel on a • shortcut into town from No. 9 and turned over three times at a point two miles west of Armstrong. He was returning from Esthervllle with flour and groceries for a store he conducts here. A deep scalp wound four Inches long waa suffered. He was picked up unconscious and was taken to an Estherville hospital. Mr. LeVan formerly farmed northeast of Ledyard/ He has had the store here only a year or so. Other Armstrong News. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weis, near Minneapolis, are parents of a boy, born last week,Monday. Mrs. Wets Is the former Emily Halsman. Funeral services were held for Mrs. Caroline Knight Friday. Sh» suffered a stroke early last week. When In need of glasses Imre your eyes thoroughly examined. DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa FAIR GROUND SALE Friday, December 3 Sale Every Friday We are having a good auction sale at the sale barn each week now that husking is over, Thanksgiving past, and we are Haw set for some good sales. We already have a good lot of buyers coming from week to week. New consignors together with the regular ones assures us of stock to sell. Have calls for feeder pigs, and cows that will freshen shortly. Can get a good market price on all lines of live stock. We feel proud of our market, very little left each week that is not sold, so we sell this way, no sale completed, no charge. Very few of the sales barns running do this. We could not afford to either if much was left unsold. Attend this sale, meet your neighbors, ask their opinions on stock they have sold here, and, best of all, see for yourself. Expect a good run of stock Friday. Bring yours in, you will be another satisfied customer. Settlements promptly. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. COLWELL BROS., Aucts. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk. Barn Phone 898. Cash Paid For Cream Open all day Saturday and Saturday night. ALGONA GO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY MSTAN7 'AUTOMATIC TUNING 'M STARTING OUT ELECTRIW RADIOS^ Instant Automatic Tuning World wide reception—just a flick of your finger, and your favorite station is tuned in, accurately, perfectly. No fussing with indicator, no painstaking tuning, with Musicaire automatic tuning dial! Brings in all your favorite stations in a split-second. In addition, this marvelous 6-tube radio gives vou 8-TUBE performance with its automatic volume control, full tone control, all wave recep-! tion, and rubber mounted chassis. Beautiful table model of walnut veneer, piano finish. / f fLarge console cabinet, roll-over [front and top panel, 38 inches high Complete Complete r ith a Tested wings Plan!" people with an eye to future enthusiastically dorse our plans for the in- stment of small or large lounts from income. Prov- safety coupled witti lib- return make this the al plan for the conserva- re investor. It takes only a 'all sum to open an ac- unt. * INSURED, A marvelous battery radio for the thrifty buy"'Has big two-tone walnut veneer cab- others sold at twice ^amMmmamtsisxKmBm* this price. $19.95 Complete with tubes less batteries. .--' —^^^.^•^•^•M^MMHRH^^^BOT (deal Low Priced Radio iuv .' . , ...i.. c.m.r.Hetero- 6-Tube Consolette ~ For 2-volt operation WORLDWIDE RECEPTION. We challense competition with this exceptional 6 tube battery Consolette. You get unmatched Musicaire reception. You can tune in American, foreign, and short wave stations. New dynamic power type speaker reproduces every tone perfectly... .95 > Complete with tubes less battery A marve •lous 5-tube Super-Hj broad- other features that you would not expect at this low price. One of ourj best values. GREATEST VALUE-- oLOWEST PRICE ( i F «r a radio set with few tubes, you ' 8 ,45] the thrifty buyer. / Look at this Low Price price I CompleU „ «-Volt I, rejrular P13 .95 Complete MAFEOEBAISAVINGS LOAN AtCJQNA, JQW4 in your old raido JOE BLOOM Coast-to-Coast Store toJ$b»«ife»«2i^^ r sa^ '& IJf KHH H Department Stores • . « A Grand Array of Colorful House Frocks For Gifts $1.00 $1,98 Attractive dresses in fast color prints with, bright new trims and sleeve styles—sizes 14 to 46. Pajamas and Gowns Are always appreciated. One and two-piece models $1.00 TO $1.98 Beautiful new styles for misses and women. Contrasting novelty effects in rayon, tuck stitch, and krinkle crepe fabrics. Sizes 15 to 17. Attractive Gift Item Long Hostess Coats $1.00 $1.98 $2.98 Luxurious long house coats in floral prints, plain colored silks, flared bias cut skirt, wrap-round styles! The Best Gifts of All Lunch Sets! Bridge Sets! All linen $1 $1.98 They make smart table settings •— napkins to match, Pillow Case Sets Each in gift box. I 69c 98c $1.69 Hand embroidered, colored ap- plique and madeira effects. Lace Table Cloths $1.79 $4.98 Beautiful rich cloths in square mesh designs. GIFTS! Bed Spreads 84 x 105 inches $3.39 New patterns in soft tone rayons and cotton damask. GIFTS! Double Blankets $2.79 A deep nap Beacon blankets. Part wool, fancy plaids. GIFTS! Balbriggan Pajamas $1.39 Novelty stripe patterns in one or two- piece styles. SENSIBLE GIFTS THAT SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS Misses' Coats, $9-95 value __$6.95 Novelty Tea Aprons 39c Boys', girls' SAveaters 98c Child's waist unions 69c Men's dress shirts $1.00 Men's boys' neckwear 49c Satin Slips Boxed for gifts. $1.69 Pine quality, pure dye satin — four gore body with double panel. Colors, tea rose or navy. Adjustable straps, sizes 34 to 44. GIFTS! , Women's Union Suits 69c Tuck stitch or rayon stripe unions in sizes 34 to 44. "Susan" Lingerie Stepins, Briefs, Flare panties. 49c Smartly trimmed in lace, ap- lique and fagoting. All garments selected with the utmost care to present the greatest values! GIFTS! Women's Jersey Bloomers 39c Rayon stripe,, closely woven for warmth. Regular and extra sizes. Oven Proof Ware In solid colors — green, yellow, and blue- Pie Plates Chromium frames $1.29 Steak platter, Casserole with chromium frames. $1.79 Beverage Sets, 9 Pieces __98c Eight decorated tumblers and serving tray! Refreshment Sets, 10 piece 98c Eight decorated tumblers, ice tub, and tray. Nu-Cut Crystal Blue Ruby Glass 25c 49c Choose these gift items. Fruit bowls, footed jellies, candy dish, jam dish, footed, vases, handle jellies, etc.! Boudoir LAMPS $1.29 Attractive glass base designs. Fancy glass and parchment shades! Toilet Sets In gift boxes 25 c TO 98c Bath powder sets, shaving sets, dusting powder sets, baby powder sets, etc.! "Normandie" Bubble Glass 25c 49c For gifts and prizes Salad plates, candy dishes, fruit bowls, deep jellies, mint trays, bon bon dishes, etc. CHRISTMAS in THE CHINA STORE Dinnerware Sets $4.95 $5.95 $6.95 Thirty-^two pieces, service for six. Make your gift selection from these patterns. Floral spray, blue and gold, gold lace, and platinum trim borders. i : •4 MANICURE SETS OR TOILET SETS Make Ideal Gifts 25cto$1.00 Colorful mirror, brush and comb sets. Manicure kit in handsome leatherette cases. A gift for women or miss! t '•i .) ; : I it i I .1 •f- $ 1 • $ \ i: \ I 'i \ i 'i i ,1 j } Whistling Tea Kettles __$1,19 Enameled inside and out. Choice of colors. Dripolators, China Base $1,49 Waffle Sets, 3 pieces ___$1.39 \ I

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