Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1937 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1937
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APVANCfi > AtQOMA, IOWA IW f 9 FOR SERVICE Send Men's or Women's HATS and GLOVES TO US Take Advantage of Our LAUNDRY SERVICE MODERN DRY CLEANERS ALGONA, IOWA Sweethearts of Long Ago Arc Wed CLARA DAVIS, WIDOW, MARRIES GEO, SAMPSON Liverinore, Dec. 6—The marriage of Mrs. Clara Davis, Llvermore, to George Sampson, Humboldt; took place Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. Davis, the Rev. H. E Nelson, Lu Verne, officiating. The couple were attended by Mrs. 0. L. Peterson, daughter of the bride; and Ralph Niemler, son- Union M. & D. Club Gives Annual Banquet Thursday A wedding dinner CAPITOL ROCK-WOOL for YEAR-ROUND COMFORT ^ 1 ?! 8 " 1 }* g i ft a M> recf a*e* >»' every mem- bei of tlic family crery day of the year. America's greatest advance in home comfort. Complete satisfaction guaranteed. Cowan Building Supply to. Complete Equipment for Blowing- Rock Wool ALGONA PHONE 275 Open Evenings Till 9 O'clock. in-law. Only immediate relatives were present, was served. Mr. and Mrs. Sampson were sweethearts years ago before JMrs. Davis's first marriage. By j.Frazier Davis she had 11 children, 11 nine of whom are living. Mr. ^Sampson never married before. ,The Davis family has lived here many years, and some of the chil- ( aren finished school hore. Three of ; the daughters are married. I Four years ago Mr. Davis died, following a siege of pneumonia. Later the oldtime acquaintance of Mrs. Davis and Air. Sampson was renewed. The newlyweds are taking a wedding trip of a week before tak- jing up residence on the bride- 1 groom's farm located seven miles southwest of Humboldt, where Mr. .Sampson has lived many years. i Three young daughters of the bride, Beverly, Lucile, and Mona, will go with the couple. The two older children, who are in high school here, will remain at the Davis home hore, which will be maintained by ,a married daughter • Mrs. Ralph Niemier. Union Twp., Dec. 6—The Yearly banquet given by the Mothers & Daughters elub for husbands and families was held Thursday at 12:30 in the First Lutheran basement, Algona, with the church's Aid doing the serving, 60 persons attending. Mrs. Allen Wood played the piano while the guests found places at long tables decorated in the club colors, blue and gold. The tables were centered with bouquets of 'mums,' chrysanthemums, marigold, and galaurdla. The nut cups were in blue and tied In gold cellophane. 'Mrs. Earl Taylor presided during the program, which was opened with the singing of the doxology, led by the Rev. Mr. Wood. Two vocal solos were given by Stephen Tjaden, accompanied by Mrs. Wood at 'the piano. Mere Pratt gave two cornet selections and Richard Keen two vocal numbers, both accompanied by Mrs Donald Hutchins. Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand sang That Wonderful Mother of Mine, and Mother Machree, assisted by Mrs. Edwin Wolcott at the piano. 'Dist. Supt. W. G. Muhleman gave a talk and showed moving pictures of his trip to Mexico and Louisiana last winter. He also displayed souvenirs. A reading, Old Mother Goose, was given by Mary Elizabeth Van Allen. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Muhleman, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. 3toutenburg, Lone Rock; Mr. and VIrs. W. I. Dodds, Union. Commit- ,ees In charge were: program— Julia Taylor, Louise Romstad; reception—Minnie , Sarchett, Com I Bacon; menu—Ada Hoflus, Cora Reid; decorating—Veda McArthur, Norma Bailey. Jfnrso Genres for Job— Margaret Flone, Lotts Creek, visited the Rudolph Wills last week prior to leaving for tho Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge where she Is joining the staff crt nurses. She Is a graduate of the Fort Wayne, Ind., institution for nursing, and Is a daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Fiene, Lotts Creek. Mrs. Cliff Aalfs, Algona, and her son Gary were guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey, one night last week. Mrs. Little to Speak— The next meeting of the Mothers offering Cotu^lcklng Winding tp~ Corn-picking here le just abou completed. It \vas a difficult tusk due to do 1 ;™ corn, but the farmer have been repaid by. a bumpo & Daughters club will bo with Norma Bailey, Maymo Stelnman assisting. The program will be avorlte Christmas songs;' Dickons' Christmas Carol, Minnie Sarchett; "he Trail of the Christinas Seal, rtrs. J. W. Little, Algona. There vill bo the usual Christmas silvtr tsnox The Lawrence Otsches wore on tertalned for Thanksgiving'nt tin. son John's, and Mary Glsch p| (V neer, was also there. Tho Ru'tlolph J22 S, at JU11U8 w '"' s ' - * Mrs. Mamo Winkel, daughter Frances, and William Dodds spent from Thuraday till Sunday n - tho daughter Mrs. George I3eu Aid and Mrs. .Methodist near Iowa City. Mrs. Fred Will Gould attended a uulBt Christmas party at Algona Thurs day. Eighty women attended Mrs. Claudo Dearchs and Mrs. N J. Krieps were afternoon callers on Mrs. Frank Hoflus one day last to l.uclle Bode has returned LU 1'ort Dodge, after a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis node Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis visited Fred's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Davis, at Plover last weak Sunday. s Mrs to and "'HI i ?Sl|s ll '°" l«"k part S^lM llrnrl "„ ,, "' The,, "I LESS THAN A BUSHEL OF ASHES TO THE TON IN OUR GENUINE Gifts for Children's Home— i Mrs. William King was hostess to the W. H. M. S. Friday, and Mrs. Lliet Holcomb had charge ->f the lesson. The women packed a Christmas box for the York Neb Mothers' Jewels Home. Mrs T F" Holcomb and Mrs. Martha Mackintosh were guests, also the Rev. nn d (Mrs. Nelson, Lu Verne, with their I son Myron. Lunch was served to | close the meeting. Club (Jives Curd Tarty— ! A card party at the town hall last week Monday evening given by the Equality club was well attended, and $21.40 was realized, i Mrs. 0. J. Cayou and Gail Berry- mil won high at bridge, and Postmaster Frank Baumgardner won a £ ftf^'i 26 ' Mrs ' A " Pooch won both high and the chair prize at j 500, w,th Ollie Smith as high man. Wee-Koh Bridge Club Meets— ™ IT ?' J ' Cayou entertained the Wee-Noh bridge club Thursday evening, and Mrs. L. E. Cockrill was a club guest. High score went ! to Mrs. C. K. Howard, while R°ta j Murphy carried off the consolation i Lunch was served by the hostess i ihe next meeting will be with Mrs j Howard, when a buffet supper wil i be a feature. Emergency Poll Out Chains Fastcn on easlly and Sale Price, each .................. 5.00 to 5.60. Sale Price, ea. .25c 6.00 and Op. Sale Price ea. .30c * «5 ?* ceS to evetV *f££eti* e .*»< po^tx &° svaV -tfv&s--$ ete d t^ 1 * Vote. S^rtW** tve 1 * txvost- ^?eUeve c^ ^^ 'Low . tiv tot ooW- Accepts Const Job- Mr, and Mrs. Ross Clark have received word from their daughter ! who recently went to California to spend the winter that she has accepted a job. She is a medica technician and is x-ray technician Grain & Coal Co. PHONE 808 When Better Coal is Mined We Will Sell It, Sick; Ristan UnlinprovPd- L. Zigrang, who has been sick for several days, is somewhat improved, and is able to be about the 88 f P S rt ° f the time - Tlle condi- of Henry Ristau, who has be«n DIAMOND RING DIAMOND RING GODDESS of T1ME...17 Jewel, A popular new model, only . CLIPPER" 17 Jewels *29 7S LADY Set with two diamonds . . . ., A DEPOSIT-WILL HOLD ANY 'ARTJCLH-UNTII, CHRISTMAS LUSBY'S DRUGS AND JEWELRY OMier Liverinore News. Clayton Jennings and Kenneth Howard have returned from Chicago, where they attended the International Livestock show —• *— ST. JOE GIRL, ONLY 8, DIES NOV. 29TH OF TWOJIISEASES St. Joe, Dec. 6—Funeral sei vices were, held Wednesday morn ing at St. Joseph's Catholic church lor Marian M., second daughter of i» ""j Mrs> Prank Bormann Marian would have been eight in I-ebruary, UI3S, and she was in a at St. S & G Tire] Chains Emit for long hard wear and offered at big savings 4.40-4.60x21,4.60*20, 4.76 x 19, «| Q^ Per Pair la«f 0 6.00 - 6.26 - 6.50 x 16 Per Pair...y -, $2.39 Tiger Cross Chains 4.00 to 4.60. Each «c 4.50 to 4.05. Each . Sc (1.00 to 6.75. Each '.'.' 7 C 0.00 to 6.76. Each " 9c 7.00 to 7.60. Each "lOc 45 PIATET ^ Ti(er Super Active Batter* Guaranteed 24 months on a service basis. Positive winter starting for all pop. ularcain.Rei ' Price M.M. L. 0 . iPrice, Exchange M PLATE _ ROYBLUE BATTERY Guaranteed 12 months on a serrico ban. For Fotdt, Cher., Plj»., and outer popular cars. An exceptional value thai wJU give outstanding Mrvice. Regular Pflo* $3.41. Sale Pric«, Schange 45 Plate Royblue Battery Guaranteed 18 months on a service bases. Regular Price $4.51. Sale Price, Exchange All Batteries Installed FREE Complete Protection for Winter ~ Tiger Winter Oil will give maximum *">'« lubrication and complete protection to any motor at any and every winter temperature. Flows freely thi moment you step on the •tarter. Insures quick, easy starting. The newest, best, Win na ?lM Ur ° 1 " w j nter °" e « r ofrercd. i« J. '. thin out from '»»' drlTing on long distances even in mild weather. • Flows at -30° '.Quick Start. Hih .. e . roecllon • High Mileage • Low Carbon Formation . Clean Motw Regular Price, Per GaL, 60c. Sale Price 2 Gal. ^ncluding FederaTxax, Less Can. PCD HEA6 Re^a.'ir Prico J1.10, S:li 1'ntt n{V V/rtH B.ii!rr)u Oir ROVBI 'JE TUSH- UIGIIT CELLS Seje Prico WARRANTY BOND Guarantees Gamble's ' ANTI-FREEZE Protection against up to $100 damage to the cooling system by freezing is insured by the Phoenix Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut. No need to pay $2.00 to $3.00 per gallon for this protection. Simply fill the radiator with Gamble's Bonded Anti-Freeze. Even, though the solution should run low th« cooling system will ney«r be damaged by freezing. Per Gallon, Including Can Mi® 5 ? I LEADER Cpmpliite with flttiogs. Ihrows amplo supply of neat for most cars. Price was S3.39. Sale Price STANDARD A Record Breaking Value. Price was $4.89. Sale .Price f-f* tim Complete *3.95 S & G NEATER Larger Heating Cojiacl'.y. Price was W.CS. Silo i rice f ft t'xi i Complete * <i,5»a) TIGEH DELUXE POWI TREJU ^ LJEERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE Ukcc Ihn'fh *f Ct [° n ' UI8ieS ' S"P an(l uircction. Iho tough, uobby tread is self tten'f *! never fil]s "P- Minimum Irae- hon for Icy ajiiddy or saowy winter roads. G r saowy winter r Guaranteed with tho stronscst B uar- an.ee ever writlen. No limit as lo time Sale 108 Proof. Approve;! by all car and radiator manufacturers. Sato and economical. Regular Price 54c. Jf M *• Sale Price Per Gallon "Jfc Jti IN YOUR CONTAINER Ihe little girl was taken sick three weeks before death with trench mouth. A week later a ruptured appendix made her condition grave, and she was taken to the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital, because of the. -advanced stage of i lie trench mouth disease the surgeons could not remove the appen- i dux. Tubes were inserted to drain Hie poison, and it was thought for :i time that she was getting better, | but she suddenly became worse , and died last week Monday after- 1 noon. Surviving besides the parents arc two sisters, Uetty Jane and Luella, ono brother, Karel, and the grandparents. The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. George Theobald, pastor, and interment took place in the local Catholic cemetery. R. A. Skaugstad, Humboldt, was the undertaker. Pallbearers were six little girls, relatives of the deceased: Caroline Kirsch, C'athleen Hermann, Helen Hector, Helen Uormann, Mary Evelyn Bormann, and Thelma Bormaiiu. Other St» Joe News. W. T. McGuire, Plainview, Minn., visited the John Origers over the week-end of a week ago. Mrs. William Buttermore, West Bend, and her daughter Augusta were also guests of the Origers. Mr. McGuire is a brother of Mrs. Buttermore. Mrs. John Collins, of West Bend, her son Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Buttermore, and the Buttermore daughter Ellen Jane were • Sunday guests of the Orlgers. | war FflEE! Perrrtatite Weather Stripping •*«>PS Out Bitter Cold X", ICTFt. Roll. «I7£ Sale Price.... M. £ T Ji*. 10Ft.Roll..~.Tzic 10 Ft. Roll 26c TaiJor Made WiNTERFRONTS Vericc'. filfin;;. Zipper adjuBt- mciit. Thu v.-rj newest and latc.il ia UeL'ixs type winter front.;. Clin to radiator and tmprovr.2 pcii'oruianco of any liot xv.-'Uv heater. For most ^ut v'.ur Cr.ry. . o i'i i.-e ' Tor Ford V3 '.7. Peg. 1'rire Sale Frt S & G Defrosting Fan Keeps the windshield free fromfrost and insures safe vision. Regular Price $1.69. P?ice*, F'oor IKu:-; ,!or AH C.-^rs 1-luobor '.vHli Felt Back For Cliuv. Front. <£* J-9 rf. Eele Prico 51 S' For ForJ A Front 73c For 1'otJ V8 Iront jgc *£'••* FcltM.il, 3S«x<0« 21 O/. !.'sle I-iico Jtfc 32 Oi. Solo l'ih-5 2SC Manifold Heaters or Pord A. Price Was M.98 Sale Price $2.39 For Ford V8-30. Price Was $3.89. Sale Price $2.98. For Chev. 6, Axe Oz. P.lished head. Straight craii; I'o, 1 grade nlected handle. Reeu Pr.ce *l.lv. 8«le Price 6-Ft Stsol Rule Ceil type itii.per'd opring . Lcro oviy to rcvd Kcgular Prico 3ft.. Hole P.I:.; Each 10c. Sale Ww COWSOLE tne inclinei i This BLINDFOLD 3. CONSOLE ----- -»»wwi.i; iyshediH « ' .3 BM"J"-A D c^Mantel i TYPE TUBES • HIGH FIDELITY A WO.OO Value. SiUe p^ $ f /< I £ N BUD BABffABD, Managing Partner

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