Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 14, 1937
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14, 1937. [MAS TO IE THEME PROGRAM [to Appear in (and Music at iditorium. etmas holiday vacation fechool children will be^k Friday, December 17, will be resumed Mon- _KOS8WfH COUNTY • ADVANCE. ALGokA, IOWA at her son Fred's of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goede, , Jnnins Ueytmius, Swci r'iiv spent last week with Urn D • ft' SchaapB. Mrs. So,, wa p is ,','> £ AUornoy | lm i > IrSi Ct w man with U,«lr daughter' Silll- Anno, •'it the courthouse, spent the "id nt Whitlomore with their re> MincUvc riiii-ents, Mrs. Thomas Mc- Donno 1 nnci M,. o«,i »*_- •>,.,. o£ « the week-end a^Hlyce^ Mrs. Curl Spies, was a Saturday guest ers, Lcighton and bro ' hach 3. las program will be giv- iMitorlum Friday morn- AHorm-y a. I), sinnnwnv and 1'elock, and adults will .Tames Murtagh wont to Ames ' ' The program fol- j DCS Moincs Saturday on a husim^- •Mission, returning Sunday." ' Mrs. ]'. V. Jniisn will leave Trombone Octette— as Bells" Clement he Herald Angels sing" „__ Wesley ette and Tenor Solo- Lullaby — Charlotte Warren plight" — Adam Adolpho In Other Lands __Ed- nlol rtet— ," __Gruber & Mohr free Kings of Orient Are" John Hopkins Keen, Richard Norton, frail, Don Johnson. leaking Group— (Ships English Carol |ond Doors" Joyce Kilmer hepherd and the King".. _._ Eleanor Fayeon Welsh Carol jbio by Merle Pratt— ells of Scotland" DeVille Play in One Act— on the Meadow I Ethel Van Der Veer fan orphan, Jean Neilson Maria Kraut i Margaret Beardsley ._ Meredith Larson Arest Maharas nother Arlene Olson -Interior of peasant's hut time, Middle Ages. [HOUSE BOWLERS ID IN TOURNAMENT first third of the season, or ; round, in the bowling lea- finished last week, with Irthouse team far in the .. tho Lu Verne and the Jr. |r of Commerce teams tied place. Wesley and Titon- Jin second and third posi- frhe season's standings to plow: TEAM STANDING W. Souse 19 17 day^for Oklahoma City' teTvi'sit the l[ r> ,, MI , llors ovcr Iho holidays. Mrs. Miller is Mrs. Janso's dauuh- lie H«v. mid Mrs. p. ].;. drove to Uoehe.ster Meindiiy. Burgess was to Mrs. revolve medical They plan lo re- treatment there, turn Friday. I'oslmaslrr ami .Mrs. \v \V Sul i livan, with her liitle daughter .Sheila, wore Sunday i:iip;Ms of Mrs Sullivan's meil.hc.r', Mrs Da'nli-i Kelly, Kmnietsburp. , W. If. (Jiiinmiiigs, DC.-' Moinc.s was a business visitor here Friday and Saturday, lie. still ()Wns n,' f , nnoll and Mr. and Mrs. Martin '"fly Prances is o. s i stGr ( eniniy Treasurer M. J. Duffy Mm Waller Klamps have moved from a Henry Geilenfeld house on Uttlf street to tho Conrad Herman j w ? V ° U Park avo »ue. The f. W. Andersons, who lived in the Herman house, have moved into I he Mrs. C. D. Follows 1 bungalow, "cross the street from the Bryant, sehoolhouso. Mi 1 , and Mrs. N. C. nice and Mr. « ml Mrs. T. H. Chrisehilles drove I" Dos Moincs Thursday to attend «. 25lh anniversary banquet honoring A. II. Blank's many yea'-.? in the, motion picture business at Des Moincs and elsewhere in Iowa. Mr. Chrisehilles tolls about the ban- f|uol in his movio column. Mrs. {'. H. Crclzmeycr and her (laughter Jane drove to Indianola Thursday to attend a piano concert that evening given by the famous artist, Harold Bauer, New York. Following tho concert, Jane, who is a remarkable pianist for her age, was given an audition. Simp- Kem college is at Indianola. Mrs. ('. ||. recent guest for a brother, William hie>sti. Charles, son of Dr. and Mrs. Crotx.meyor, will reach Boone noxt. Sunday on a fast train and his parents will he there to bring wns a spent in Minnesota. Some of his personal property is stored in Algona, and he maintains his, legal residence here. He plans on a few weeks at San Antonio, Tex., in January and February. Robert Monlux, medical student at the state university, wll! come Friday for two weeks with his parents, Mr. and MTS, D. D. Monlux, His father is a veteran railway postal clerk. Andrew,|freshman at Ames, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Monlux, will come sometime, next week. William Monlux, teacher in Cornell university, Ithaca, N. Y., will not-come home, but will spend part of a vacation here next August. Robert is a junior and Andrew is studying veterinary medicine. , Tho W. If. flnddcns were at Emmotsburg Sunday, helping Harry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Godden, celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary. There are 11 children, six boys and five girls, and all were there except the daughter, Mrs. R. L. Miller, Washington, D. C., a son in Texas, and a son in the Knoxvllle veterans' hospital. The latter was gassed and shell-shocked in France. The Goddens and a daughter, Mrs. Rus- Extra Session to Redistrict Senate Refused by Governor Governor Krasclfel was not wild-1 adopted Governor Kraschel -was ly excited by demands of a 47th state senate redlstricting conference 'at Emmetfiburg Wednesday that he call a special session of the legislature to reallocate the state in accordance with the Iowa constitution. In a published interview the with, the latter's to leave in a few sell Caldwell, husband, plan days for another winter with the Millers at Washington. Melvln Muclioy dropped in Monday morning for the first visit at New Har- local Cummings store, of which I)'.''"I" 1 Momc - "o will remain till B. Milstoadl is manager. ••••'••Virginia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck, will come home! next Sunday for the holidays. She is a freshman at Uio Minnesota university at Minneapolis. T,nollo Di'ardis is new orrice, girl for the Goelelen Monumont "I'ter Christmas, leaving Year's to resume studios at vard university. "Hob" « nd' rainier Sellstrom, both students at the Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn., will come Friday for two weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. •-• .; - -- •-• ....,•...<._. i iii»II uiiiuit '• ' T 1 Tl n 1 1 Works. She; succeeded Ruth Payne ' Sellsirom. Palmer, a fresh, who is now in the emplov of'the Illan ' is takin S a regular college -- • -- - roursc, and Bob, a junior, is tak- 66 ne of C. 16 15 14 14 13 10 0 9 L. Pet. 8 704 10 630 593 556 519 519 11 12 13 13 14 17 18 18 Modern Dry Cleaning Works. | Mrs. F. S. Xeirtdit and her cliumh- j tor Eleanor will oome from South 1 St. Paul tliis week-end and oc-i cupy Mrs. Norton's apartment in the old home during Hie holidays.! Vi JCIIii. All'tinc, Cowrie, came] Wednesday evening for a few days' as guest of Grady Phillips and other local friends. Mr. Grady is man-] ager of the new Cowan paint store, i S. !•;. Johnson, Algona city mail carrier, has been confined to bed. since Wednesday with a mild heart irritation. It is expected that ho will be back fit work in throe, weeks. Mrs. If. Alirens got home last Thursday from six weeks with relatives at Ann Arbor, Mich., Chicago, and Garner. She lives with her daughter, Mrs. F. E. Sawyer. Mrs. Margaret Ilofinnster, who had been visiting at DCS Homes, spent most of last week here with her aunt, Mrs. "Jen" Wadsworth, who is still a patient at the B. N. Taylor home. Meryl Webster, who had been working for an uncle at Sioux Falls two weeks, spent, the week- ing a business course. Bob will clerk for the Hub Clothiers during part of his vacation. Tho E. R. Scllstroms will move to Rockwell City early in January, and Mr. Sellstrom. will be manager of a flour and feed mill there. Tho Sollstroms have, lived hero nine years. Tho daughter, Mrs. Wm. Nagel, Staton Island, N. Y,, will arrive December 28 for a three weeks visit. Her husband is an agent for the John Hancock Mutual Life Ins. Co. .Mrs. J. M. Watson, formerly of Irvington, has asked that her Advance bo sent to her at Harlan till further notice. She had been at ; Kcokuk, but is spending the winter with her son, M. C. Watson, who ; livos at Harlan. Mrs. Estella M. I (Frank) Wiemer, formerly Led; yard, has asked for a change of ad; dress to 1617 Ocean ave., Santa Monica (Calif.) auto camp. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Christonsen's son John will come home for the Christmas holidays. This will be his first visit here in two years. As far as Kansas City he will accompany Indiana boys who are also students at a normal school °J| ] ier j tho old home in nine years. He is now manager of the Industrial Conference Board ait Tacoma, whore he has lived ever since he left here. He was on his way back from an industrial conference at New York and came here from Milwaukee, where he visited his sister Myrtle, Mrs. Eugene Boeshaar. Melvin is married and has a boy of 14 and a girl of 12. He remarked if they had been' here to see the Monday morning snow fall they would have been "crazy" with delight. There is seldom any snow at Tacoma. Melvin is still remembered as an Algona high school graduate, who was one of the best public speakers the school Governor said he saw no groat need of a special session and left it to be inferred that he would not act. The next regular session will be held in 193fl. Inferentially the governor threw cold water on the whole proposition. He admitted, however, that the district's complaint was just. Somewhat embittered partisans of redistrlcting accuse the Governor of indifference to his sworn duty to enforce the constitution. The Governor thinks the 1939 legislature will not correct the injustice. Attending the Emmetsburg conference from here were Representative P. J. Kohlhaas, County Attorney L. A. Winkel, and Supervisors W. E. McDonald, William Cosgrove, and J. H. Fraser. All of the other four counties in the district were represented. W. P. Woodcock, Spencer, elected chairman at the preceding Spencer meeting, presided. In a resolution unanimously! urged to call a special redistrlct- ing session of the legislature and the boards of supervisors In the five, counties were asked to authorize their county attorneys to attempt to tie up the 1938 elections by injunction till the constitution has been met. The resolution also asked the boards to Instruct their county treasurers to make no remittances of state monies from taxes till the injustice is corrected. It was proposed to raise a fund of $200 in each county, or $1000 altogether, to finance further action. HYBRID CORN National hybrid corn company, of Anamosa, who lost their Iowa City plant, has three other plants, located at Onslow, Center Junction, and Anamosa. They informed their representative, A. B. Schenck that they have plenty of corn to fill all orders, and plenty of corn for sale. f Thoughts For a Man's Christinas Men like tilings to wear for Christmas. A man is practical and thoughtful about expense. At MIsbach's there are many items to please the men from both angles, and also to please him from the more personal ever produced. ,Woman Heads Bar Association in the District The 14th district bar association -held its annual mid-winter dinner Saturday evening at the Kermore hotel, Emmetsburg, and local attorneys who attended were J. D. Lowe, R. J. Harrington, J. L. Bonar, L. B. Linnan, S. E. McMahon, Paul Danson, H. B. White, D. C. and Theodore Hutchison, Thos. .Sherman, and Delia Welter. Mr. Lowe, president, gave a welcoming address, and other addresses were given by F. F. Faville, Sioux City, and Mrs. Virginia Bedell, Dickinson county attorney. Musical numbers were presented by the Estherville bar. Mrs. Bedell, whose husband is a former Irvington boy, has succeeded Mr. Lowe as president. 481 end at home, but went back Mon-; ; u Ti ; cso]]j Ar iz.. and from there 370 day for further work at painting, ,.„ cf)mo m , )y train _ Johll| who 333 333 TIUM AVERAGES T. Pins. G. Aver. 24405 27 904 [House 23321 66 ——— 23050 22661 22056 [of C. 21973 [ton 21434 21120 20317 feme 20156 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 864 854 839 817 814 793 782 752 747 bute to Doctor rice as He Quits [Gov'ment Employ North Central Iowa Veter- Ins association gave an ap- jition party at the Clear Lake y club's clubhouse Friday g in honor of Dr. J. 0. F. Algona, who has retired HO years of government ser- Iduring 20 years of which his puartws have been here. 6:30 dinner was served to ^terinarians and their wives, Price also being In atten- f». On behalf of the guests Dr. Convener, West Bend, pro- Id Doctor Price with a beauti- plectric clock. Doctor Geage, pompson, who recently return- abroad, gave moving pic- scenes of his trip as a part after-dinner program. *tor Price has not made def! Plans on the future. iual Meeting of ? . B. Next Monday s annual county Farm Bureau u »e will be held at the Burt (school Monday, December 20. orts will be given In the rnorn- |and election of officers will Place. Tb,e afternoon program Consist of music and speeches. Bleich, Burt, county presi- w »l preside. and Arlenc Soncrholm spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Soncrholm, Crystal Lake. She is a sister of Mrs. Hoi- man Anderson and is employed i.t tho Gamble store. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice are moving today into Mrs. Frank Miller's tenant house on south Harlan, which the Russell Maxwells vacated to move into their new home on north Minnesota. Tim K«v. and .Mrs. Wm. Figge, Fostoria, called recently on the E. N. Taylors. Mr. Figge was pastor four years of a Methodist church at Curlew when the Taylors lived there 20 years ago. Uuth Kennedy, of Hutchinson, is an Algona high school student, has been doim; well in college. Mrs, A. W. Aiminson has returned from Ellsworth. Her father, A. Reynolds, was recently helping a neighbor put up storm windows, and when he stopped off the. roof to a ladder he slipped on a piece of ice and fell. One lung and a kidney were punctured, and he suffered other internal injuries. Sixty- six years old, he seemed to be a little improved when Mrs. Amun.'ion came away. Mrs. G. H. Free will close, her home here Saturday for the winter. She will visit at Garner and Mason City Sunday and Monday, and then will leave by train for Westfield, N. J., where she will WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15-lfi Daily matinees, 2 p. m. FIRST TIME AT POPULAR PRICES! Frank Capra's Masterpiece Ronald Coleman -in"Lost Horizon" The supreme thrill of a lifetime. Millions have paid $2.20 per seat. Now here at regular prices. Kans., arrived Thursday for three j spenc i perhaps two months with a or four weeks with her sister, Mrs. Mabel Sorensen. Miss Kennedy is employed by a printing company. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Schmidt, of Titonka, and Mrs. Schmidt's brother, John DeWall, St. James, Minn., spent last week Tuesday with Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht, uncle and aunt of Mrs. Smidt and John. daughter, Mrs. R. L. Duncan. The Duncan 6-year-old daughter is now in an isolation hospital with scarlet fever, but will bo taken home Christmas eve. On hearing last week that 0. P. McDonald, veteran Burt lumberman who recently celebrated his 7Gth birthday anniversary, was a Kossuth hospital patient, many Two New Teachers Will Replace the . Two Who Resigned Two teachers have been engaged to replace Leona Krampe and Ruth I Starfsbury, who are to be married in the holidays. One is Donald Miller, Madrid, the other Helen Down, Waverly. Mr. Miller, who will take the place of Miss Stansbury as history teacher, is a married man, and besides the regular college course, he has taken graduate work at the University of Michigan. Miss Down, who has been teaching at Waverly, will take the place of Miss Krampe, English teacher. Both will begin their duties here where school is resumed In January. Kussell I'lckett had to quit work j ba( ] O ff f but in fact he is not vlst- temporarily at the Borchardt drug' store one day Hist week, due to an infection in his left leg which has! su ited a doctor, and the latter or- What's the Matter? Is Cupid Striking? Only three licenses to wed have been issued so far this month, though this, like June, is considered a mating month. None were issued in the first nine days of i. . . . ,. December. Harold A. Reddel, Lu friends thought he must be pretty Verne _ an(J Donna ^^ Livermorei bly sick. Having noticed that his 'wind" was rather short, he con- been troubling him for two months. "Billy" Dodds is substituting as clerk. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Mille , . . with their daughter Elizabeth, will leave Sunday for Flint, Mich., to visit Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. E. clered him to the hospital as a means of compelling him to take a needed rest. F. H. Seller was here Monday. He has been in and out of town during the last three years since his wife died, but has not come i>f- W James during the Christmas I ten He has been on the road as a holidays 'They will also visit rel- j traveling salesman, and, has gone atives'at Saginaw and Pontiac, i as f ar east as Massachusetts. Most Mlcn ' of his time, however, has Mrs. Charles Larson, of Portland township, has moved to Algona and has a Mrs. J. T. Bohannon tenant house. Her daughters, _ Beulah, who clerks at Nevilles, etta, teacher near Britt, with her. Mrs. Larson's husband died recently of heart disease. ire** McDonnell, beauty- opera- were granted a license Thursday, and the other two were Issued Saturday to Raymond J. Rippentrop, Titonka, Harriet E. Sleper, Buffalo. Center, and Charles Davis, Mildre.d Dreyer, both of Austin, Minn, been and Lor- live Irene McDonne, e tor, and Frances Duffy, employed asketball and WRESTLING HIGH SCHOOL GYM Tuesday, December 14 7;80 P. M. Algona vs. Gilmore City Admission 2Qc and 25c DOUBLE HEADER A, H, S. vs. CLARION Friday, December 17 afrsaawsa^^ YOUR EYES EARN YOUR LIVING — Do you ever wonder what would" happen to you if something sud- Jienly or gradually impaired your eyesight? Do not take your eyes for granted —make certain of their condition. Modern optical science can definitely discover if your eyes need help. And modern optical skill provides glasses, when needed, that will bring your e^es to peak efficiency and comfort. We recognize and welcome the great responsibility of caring for your vision. A. W, Amunson Optometrist, Drug Store. ' Wednesday Through Satur, 2 FEATURES, 21c Perfect ventilation and heating system now installed Second Feature PRESTON FOSTEB CAKOL HUGHES —in— A fast moving mystery "The Westland Case" Plus Hoot Gibson Serial FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17 and 18 Friday, December 17 Matinee 2 p. m. H ROYAL NEIGHBORS BENEFIT SALE Buy tickets from the dies. Additional Attractions De Luxe News. "Starlets" "Woods are Full of "Coo Coos" view. Bright colored ties are rarely purchased by a man, but once he has one he wears it as long as it will stay together. Ties priced 65c to $1.50 NOR-EAST Non - Crush ties made of angora mohair and worsted wool at $1. Mufflers or scarfs are ideal for a Christmas gift with their bright snappy colors and patterns. Priced 69c to $2.45 S M O K E S More More Smokers' Articles Become the Established Man's Gift Once more we are prepared to supply you with gifts for the smokers' joyous and cheerful Christmas, from one of the most complete stocks to be found anywhere. Remember, a man's best friend is his favorite smoke. An initialed handkerchief shows an added thoughtfulness in a gift. Three in a box for $1.00 ( ! Acceptable Appropriate Economical You can find a gift here for him at any price. Just a few suggestions— Cigarettes Cigars Pipes Lighters Tobacco in Humidors Tobacco Pouches Ash Trays Many Others All in beautiful wrapping for holiday gifts. Robes . and cocktail coats are traditional Christmas gifts. If 'your man' has neither this is the time for you to come to the aid of that party. Priced at $1.95 to $12.50 Socks! No man ever seems to have enough! They're popular, deservedly so! And we have some with necktie to match to make an ideal gift for some "him." Priced from 25cto$1.00 PACER garter-attached hose by Holeproof, all patterns and colors at 59c Gloves, both dress and driving styles, should be more often given. Take a glance at "his" gloves—maybe such a gift would hit the spot, Priced at $1.19 to $2.45 You'll Find it

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