Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1937 · Page 6
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Marry APVAim •• — .»•.——•^•"'"^•^•••^^^•^^••Bjl COAST-TO-COAST STORES CHRISTMAS TREE BULBS Genuine TINKER TOYS Junior Set Regular Set ....69^ Senior Set ....$1.69 LATEST MODEL DOLLS BABY GRAND PIANOS An exceptional line of up- to-the-minute dolls, embody in* all the latest characters, costumei and materials. TOY TRAINS See Our Complete Line of Mechanical and Electrical Trains STREAMLINED HIAWATHA. C Cars FREIGHT TRAIN 98cto DISNEY Characters 1 With drums, chimes, bells, N etc., for every child's taste. lOc TO $1.00 AUTO-MAGIC PICTURE GUN TOOL CHESTS This includes picture gun nnd 5 non - inflammable films. 140 views In all. Boys of every age will welcomt one of these chests. Priced from CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS FIRE TRUCK with Automatic Unfolding Ladder EVELYN KLUGAS, SWEA CITY, WED AT BLUE EARTH Swea City, Dec. 13 — Kv61yn daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. lien Klucns, was married to Lawrence son of Hr. <ind Mrs. Harry Tish Wednesday, December 1. The wedding took place at the Inimnnuel Evangelical church, Blue Earth with the Rex. Max Wordolnmnn officiating. The bride wns gowned In wine and gold, with matching accessories, and her sister Maxino, who served as bridesmaid, was dressed in green and black. The bridegroom's brother Raymond was best man. The couple will live on a farm near Swea City after March 1. Pchrsons Plan Coast Home— Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pehrson, with the daughter Helen Jean, left last week Tuesday for an extended trip south and west, with the intention of locating permanently in California. The Pehrsons operated a store here several years, then bought a grocery store at Fairmont, where they lived till recently, when they disposed of the business. They expected to visit a Waterloo, and then go to Florida for a short stay, following whlcl they will depart for the coast where Mr. Pehrson will purchase a business of some kind. JOE BLOOM New Lamps Every conceivable toy for a child's Merry Christmas -Duuinc Q,,i n>s Aluminum Joy Not of Dishes, lar 69c J)ishc-s Sets, China, ••UK! aluminum . 25c up .- I V I " ll »*.---79c, $1.00, $1.69 Klc.-tnc Trains $3.50 (.amo.s of all kinds 10-25-49c " • S ' n1all l )ri ^'<>i'«-ol0cup : >«>H Cabs $1.98, $2.95, $3.95 •—98c, $1.49 up arrows 29c, 59c Christmas Candies Fancy Cherries _ ib 25c Asstcl. Chocolates fb. box 29c-47c Everything in the Fresh Chocolate Line Bulk Xmas Candies 2J^oundsJ5c ,, . CHRISTMAS CARDS o lor 5c Beautiful Boxed Cards 79c-$1.00-$1.25 up • Stationery Shower for New Bride— Mrs. Frances Sevold, of Maple Hill, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower here Saturday evening. ,She is the former Lucille Anderson, who was employed as clerk in the Swea City postoffice. Ninety guests attended and the evening was spent at games. Lunch was served, after which gifts were opened. Hostesses were Mrs. R. S. Sperbeck, Mrs. Charles Faugust, Mrs. Mervin Kelly, Florence Alberts, and Mrs. Emll Larson. Best Decorated Homo Prizes— The Swea. City Merchants association Is offering cash prizes for t V- bp.it. decorated homes and lawns thig Christmas. Judges Avill be Mrs. P. J. Heiken, Mrs. Paul Larson, and Mrs. Ray Sperbeck. Prizes mve been donated by Schemmel's Cafe, the Swea City Herald, the Swea City Creamery, Cities' Service, Johnson's Produce, and Bowman's barber and beauty shop. Tost lends in Quota Drive— Fisher post of the Legion was first in five north Iowa counties to reach its membership quota by November 11, according to Jos. Graham, Forest City, eighth district commander. Fifty-four members two over the quota, joined The post recently ordered a complete new set of post flags. The auxiliary has also reached its quota. Early Swea Cilyan Dies— Word has been i-ecatvod hero of the death of William Ferguson, one of the town's first settlers, at San n-ego, Calif., November 30. Mr Ferguson was engaged in various Business ventures here and for many years he farmed land adjoining Swea City on the west. He left a widow, a daughter, and a son, all of whom live at Sau Diego. Attend Bancroft Ordination— Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Van Al- stme, Misses Beulah Gladstone, I and Agnes Olson went to Bancroft last week Tuesday night to attend ordination services for the Rev. John Patten, pastor of the Bancroft Baptist church. The speaker of the evening was Rev. John Siemens, Hastings, Minn., former pastor here. I 1 . A. Met Last N_,... The P. T. A. will meet at the school building this week Monday evening, and a Christmas program will be given. Four junior girls in appropriate costume will give Christmas stories of foreign lands the high school glee clubs will sing Christmas songs, and the audience will take part in carols Qua Torino, C. O. Doiirte, and Wll llftth Northern ns hostesses. Mrs. William Thompson will load the lesson and Mrs. R. A. Bravonder will be In charge of music. Devotions will be led by Miss Lulu Hag- hind. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lnrson drove to Mnplo Hill a week ngo Friday night, to attend a reception for Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis Sevold,' who were married on Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Sevold Is Mrs. Larson's niece. Mrs. Rachel Stockman, Mrs. Jennie McCrary, Mrs. August X. Peterson, Mrs. J, J. Anderson, and Mrs. Fred Seylar attended a county institute of the \V. C. T. U. nt Burt last week Tuesday. R. H. Walker is oxpactod home soon from Stanley, N. M., where he ms been since Thanksgiving, vlslt- ng a sister, Mrs. Jerome Qrani- ner. Mr. and Mrs. August Helnike and their daughter Marjorle left last veek Monday for Los Angeles, vhere they will spend the winter. The Swea City schools will begin heir Christmas vacation Wednes- lay, December 22, and will reopen Tuesday, January 4, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Peterson are Brents of a daughter, born December 9 at Algona, the couple's sec- md child. Supt. and Mrs. A. H. Schulor vere supper guests at Dr. R. E. Veber's, Bancroft, last week Sun- ay. MISSING BANKER WELL LIKED IN OREGON HIDEOUT Wolfe Resigns as Mayor of Titonka Editor Lee 0. Wolfe, who has of late been in poor health and has been a patient at the veterans' George Slonn, once a West Bend cr, but for some ye*ara living at Vancouver, Wash., drove to Salom Ore., recently to visit Ray Hoskln, the Rodman bank cashier who disappeared nine years ago, when his bank's funds were found short. Writing to Iowa relatives, Sloan said of the visit, as reported by the West Bend Journal. "During this time Ray had been making his home in a Portland hotel to which we had driven many times, whon wo were in Portland, but never happened to see each other. "Ray has a good reputation, a gentleman In every respect, and well thought of by his employer. He was employed as road construction foreman by the Milne Construction Co. for the past eight years. The sheriff told me when ho went out after Ray the- contractor said that if it was a matter of bonds he (the contractor) would put up any amount named He had that much confidence in Ray. "The sheriff also said the men working under Ray broke down and cried when the sheriff took iim away. Ray's first questions to me were if his parents were alive and of his wife and children, also of his sister." . P. Kh-.ch Back At Old Homestead J. P. Klrsch, oldtlme ottoson farmer, was an Algona visitor Fri a sort of our sis cnmp But the change did not an. f armor ns ge peal to such a veteran WANT KEYNOTES COROMi '938 PfKEMjKE, THIS CHRISTMAS WITH! • — AWEEK CARRYING CASE AND INSTRUCTION BOOK " I. G. DEW EL At the Advance Publish h Office. At Kohlhaas and Spilles Hardware-A Store-M °^™ly Gifts and Electrical Appliances The Swing Is to Dexter I Washers cojois and the finest heavy —-• ' • materials reinforcing «-«- The World's Greatest Value South Bend Ranges It' J-t . —•c 5 -'>j in it the top in range value; a ;e at a moderate price. on Display Here JUST A gift package for every p urse . 10c-25c 49c A large choose Pictures variety from which Hawcott & 10c-15c-25c-49c 59c-98c Beverage Sets Weal tomato or orange juice sots *>ix glasses and pitcher styles of pitchers. $1.25 _ Decorative Items Artificial Xmas Trees 25c-$1.00 ~ _ Electric Wreaths 25c Xmas Tree Lights Wreaths Window Candles Wrapping Paper Wrapping Cord I Christinas Decorations 2 for .!? c I of al] kinds f °r store or home. THE WONDER STORE Section Man Conies- Rock Island has installed Kitchens, Nora Springs, as 9nn laft( !, John Senenfelder! 1 & u*i. Senenfelder and the children have S to ..f °WB, and the Kitchens family w ,n move into the company s residence here next spring. Teacher Returns to Job- Esther Smith, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs .Walter G. Smith, return- Lh, Convitl > Sunday to resume saching vocal music in the public school there. She had been sick a? her parents' home here since I luinksgiving day with a streptoc- cic infection in the throat. DOK anil 1'ony .Sh7Jv~('oiiiin K — An "Albrecht" dog and ponv show will be give.,, here next week i uosday, December 21, under aus- I moes of Swea City merchants. School children are to be dis-l mussed to see the show, if they have the written consent of their Low-Priced Gift Suggestions Thermos Bottles Aluminum 'Cookers Stainless Steel Wear Coffee Percolators Coffee Drip-0-Lators Toasters Pocket Knives Bathroom Scales r.nUican Women Clean Churdi— KIcven Immanuel Lutheran -r "? " l the cllul ' c » l"st luesday and cleaned tlio auditorium and other rooms in preparation for the holidays. The women are all members of third and fourth circles of the Aid. Jane Carlson is Honored- Jane Carlson, bride of this week was honoree at a luncheon given by Mesdames R. M. Minkel, P j Heiken, and S. P. Eckholm at the fceltholm home Thursday. Covers I were laid for 12. Evangelist Ends Meeting— Special meeting at the Baptist church have closed, after three veeks. The Rev. A. E. Belstrom, 'orest City, was the evangelist. Other Swea City. The Immanuel Lutheran Mission lociety will meet at the church his week Thursday, with Mes- ames Harold Roba, John Drew Algot Swanaon, and J. J. Anderon, also Anna Llnde, entertaining Devotions will be led by Mrs. A. 1. Bexell, and Mrs. George Wallen- ine will be In charge, of program. The Methodist Aid will meet this e«k Wednesday with JJeadamss Electric Irons Gilbert Tool Sets Waffle Irons Flashlights Sunbeam Mix-Masters Pyrex Wear Full Line of Cutlery Kitchen Utensils Modern Streamline styles... New Eye Appeal .. . Electric and Gas Motors .. . single or double tubs . . . backed by Dexter and 40 years' businws. „ . Headquarters eaquarters P .. ^ . For AII ^porting Goods T1 ' OSOAreilFOWOftl - M °^op l , lai . I to msinStoc , Shoe Skates Hockey Sticks Boxing Gloves Rifles and Shotguns Footballs - Baseball Gloves Reels - Fishing Eq u i pmen t Coaster Sleds Coaster Wagons Tri-Cycles Hunting Knives ilhaas & home necessity-in plete range of styles, prices. Get Your XMAS TREE LIGHTS AND BULBS HERU John Kohlhaas IOWA Leo

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