Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1937 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 14, 1937
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end Lakota Aid Meeting— Sixteen Algona women attended a Presbyterian Aid guest day ut Dakota Friday. Mrs. Fred Geigel, Mrs. Ahvln Huenhold, Mrs. Fred Parks, and Arnold Lund drove cars. Mrs. Geige-1 took her mother, Mrs. George Hacktnan, the letter's Bister, Mrs. W. F. Mulltca, and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks. In the Huenhold car were Mrs. C. F. Specht, Mrs. A. W. Behrends, and Mrs. John McDowell. Mrs. Fred Parks took Mrs. Bertha Smith, Mrs. A. W. Amunson, Mrs. Edw. Sheehmi, and Mrs. Paul Moore. Mrs. Myron Ludwig, Mrs. Arnold Lund, and Mrs. Henry Lund, wen with Mr. Lund. More than .100 wo men wore in attendance, and othe Aids represented were Lakota Methodist Aid, the Buffalo Cente Congregational Aid, and the Press byteriun Aid at Burt. A Christma program by the Lakota Presbyer ians furnished entertainment. Surprise for Mrs. O'ttripn— Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, who wa Mving a birthday anniversary •was honoree at a surprise parts at her home Sunday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollascli. Mrs'. Oathryn O'Brien; and the latter's family, AVhitte •more; Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Brien, and Alice Miller, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Plathe, Mil ford, and a son; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thilges, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Thilg&s, daughters Darlene, and Donna May, Mrs. Henry Thilges, her children. Valeria and Herman, Mike and Nick Altman, and George Larson. The evening wyapssetn Larson. The evening was spent at 500. following which lunch was served. COttNtY ADVANdfi. ALGONA. JOWA FORMER ALGONA GIRL AND DAUGHTER Former Kossnth Girl Weds— Mildred Dreyer and Charles Davis, both of Austin, Minn., were married Saturday evening at the Gorman Lutheran parsonage here the Rev. P. J. Braner performing a single-ring ceremony. Attendants were cousins of the bride, both from Austin. The brido is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dreyer, Austin, formerly farmers near Lous Creek. The newlyveds are both employed at the Hormel packing plant at Austin. Mrs Davis is a nieco of Fred Jacob, of tne Algona Coffee shop here. Woman's Clubpi^,,, Gi Tcn _ The Woman's club held a Christmas party and regular meeting at the library Friday afternoon. Each member took a gift. Following a bu.sme.ss meet ing a Christmas program took place, Mrs. Anton D.dnksen giving the hymnody of Christmas carols. Group singing TVnc InH V.TT TIT T^ T «i*it»iii£, " Moines, and a great-gindmor.lr ™ Anna Toedn^ Mrs. W. G. McCullough was party at the Eadtaar hotel, Mftson City, Monday evening. Others wh attended were district osteopathl doctors and the'ir wives. Stewarts W»d 46 tears- Mr, and Mrs. Robert Stewar were taken by surprise Thursday evening, when friends arrived to help them celebrate their 46th wedding anniversary. The guests brought lunch, and bridge was played at two tables. Sorority Girls Plan Party— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority girls will meet tonight at Margaret Brown's for a Christmas party. There will be an exchange of gifts. Alice Payne, Valeria Pickett, and Margaret Brown are the committee in charge. Fellowship Club Meets— The Presbyterian Fellowship club of young married couples had a Christmas party Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Latch. An exchange of gifts was the event of the evening, Dolls Made for Sottlomcn— The Methodist Homebuilder's Sunday school class met at the church Thursday for a potluck luncheon and made cloth dolls to be sent to a Sioux City social settlement organization. Dinner Honors «ride-to.Ho— Alvina Miller and Esther Quln- by, high school teachers, entertained Sunday at dinner in honor of Leona Krampe, who will be married in the holidays. Eight guests were present. igh; Mrs. H. _. frs. Stokes was presented with «. ift, and light refreshments were was and led Mrs. ~ *.£, *JH1^ llig by Mrs. W. W. Sullivan, E. W. Hansen first read v ree by Van Dyke. Mrs. Vaughn Rising sang two selections, and Margaret Durant spoke- on a poetry project. A light lunch was served. Swea City Girl to Wed— Jane Carlson, Swea City, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Carlson, will be married in the holidays to John Halsey, Kansas « ! ^ ' Miss Carls °n is a niece of Adah Carlson, city clerk of Al- Girls Orpmi/e Gym Club— Something new has been organized by business girls who felt that they were not getting enough physical exorcise and have organized a business girls' physical training club which meets Wednesday They met for the first time last week, with ten girls out. More ^!J;\ Pe ' ted , to J° in - They Surprise for Algona IVoman— Mrs. Fred Jacob was taken by , and A - to help her celebrate birthday anniversary. The diver sion was 500, with seven tables i Play Delbert Hanna, Lone Rocl was high for men, and Mrs. Gar ret Wittkopf, Algona, for women Eats furnished by the guest were served. Shower for Alice Zeigler— Mrs. Fred Zeigler and Mrs. Roy Larson were hostesses at a showe Friday afternoon at the Zeigle homo honoring Mrs. Zeigler' daughter Alice, who is to be mar ried December 26 to Arthur Gain es, St. Louis, the event to gona, Ellen Carlson, R"~N" and I T ai> V°1 1S> tlle event to take Mrs. John Jordan, and she is the ?^ C . e , at ~ the lo ™ } Congregationa , granddaughter of the late Carlson. The bride-to-be graduate of the Swea City John is a high , '*•' " *-«• v.>JLJf lllgll school, and she attended Grinnell college two years. Mr. Halsey is conected with an insurance company. P. V.. O.'s to Entertain Husbands— The P. E. O. sisterhood will entertain at 7 o'clock dinner and Christmas party at the Hotel A.1- «ona Thursday evening, with Mes- H. church. Tweny-three relatives and neighbors attended, and the honoree received many gifts. Club Has Dinner Party— The Nidana club met last evening (Monday) at 7:30 dinner in the Algona hotel's Blue Room, and following dinner the group was entertained at a Christmas party at Margaret Brown's, where an exchange of gifts took place. There are six members in the club: Mary Harris, Evelyn Toothman, Valeria „, . ,.:; • '-''etzmeyer, i. n. i "«•• iii:> . j^vciju luoinman, Valeria Chrischilles, and M. G. Norton as ! Pickett, Leona Stewart, Mrs. Mel- hostesses. Guests will be the.'vin Knoll, and Margaret. husbands of members. Following i dinner the group will go to the | "ftty Jean Miller G; Party- Santa Clans at Party- Mrs. James Neville entertained 32 little guests Wednesday afternoon in honor of her grandaughter Laura Ann Neville's sixth birthday In the midst of the party banta Claus appeared with a gift for each of the little guests. After games, the children were seated at long table decorated for Christ- Little gifts. Bridge Party in Country- Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Gardner entertained at a bridge party last week Tuesday evening at their country home. Three tables were m play. Edw. Kain won high for men, Stanley Keith was second high, and Howard Seeley was low Mrs. Howard Seeley was high for women. Mrs. Haldeman was sec- high;.and Mrs. Ben Knox was Whites 40 Tears Wed— Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer entertained at 7 o'clock dinner recently, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Dg White, who were celebrating their 40th wedding anniversary. A three course dinner was served, and covers were laid for ten. A gift was presented to the Whites. Party Honors Mrs. OYermycr— Mrs. F. L. Tribon entertained at 7 oclock birthday dinner and a Christmas party Friday honoring Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, who was celebrating a birthday anniversary Coves were laid for eight. Following a social evening, an exchange of gifts was made. Boy's Birthday Celebrated— O. S. Reiley's son aid _, -0-0- ~^., ticuaui-tjr, Mrs. tn D " Brunda S e : financial secretary, Mrs. RossCalhoun; recording secretary, Mrs. Albert Olson. Attends West Bond Party— Marguerite McFarland- •nr™ T. -i ' it< ="cy a son Win. Bailey was 4 Thursday, and n recognition of the occasion entertained Charles Holmes, Edwin Lamg, Donald Lowry, Larry Wolcott Gary Vance, and Laura Ann Neville. Decorations were in . Christmas style T»~r'-— "'* » b ^±n^ ul fnr i . i , the church Thursday met tomorrow (Wednesday) with P™ A°,, ^ cove red-dish lunch- Lucia Wallace. Mrs Donald Hut B'SSI*=-«: «"r"-S™^'S B r! f, G ^,, S l 0 5: en 'J reasur er, Mrs. sic .Part II, following which a i Christmas tea wil be served, Miss Wallace pouring. Qneen Esther Girls Party— Mrs. Ray Asher, leader of rne Methodist Queen Esther girls, entertained the group at 6 o'clock buffet supper and Christmas party Monday night, covers being laid for 22. Following supper the evening was spent at packing toys for an orphanage. S. S. Class Plans Party— The Methodist Homebuilders S S. class will hold a Christmas party at the church Thursday evening beginning with 6:30 dinner. The women will furnish the "eats" and the program, and the men are asked furnish 1Q c toys for a mission Achievement Day Planned— A meeting of county Farm Bureau home project leaders was held last week Tuesday hero, and plans were made for the annual Achievement day in the spring. Other Society. The Mesdame Thomas Dailey David King, and Marion Burbank, entertained at 1:15 luncheon last Thursday at the Dailey home. Covers were laid for 24 guests, and bridge was the afternoon diversion Mrs. Hugh Post winning high; Mrs. Frank Vera, second; Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, a chair prize; and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, consolation. Table decorations were in green and red in keeping with Christmas Mrs. W. C. Irelan is entertaining her bi-Odge club at 1:15 dessert today (Tuesday). Following the luncheon the rest of the afternoon tl +e ^ Pent at cont '--ict, with three tables in play. Guests of the club will be Mesdames Geo. L Mil- ler, t.'tt. Kitsch, fort Dodge, Attd Al Sterzlng, , Spencer, the Afe«« dames Klrsch and Sterzlng. are former club members. Mrs. James Moore entertalnet; her bridge club at a dinner-bridge party last week Monday. Covers were laid for eight. Mrs. It. L. Oil- more, a club guest, won the high entertain a Christmas party and 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday (today) evening. There will be an exchange of gifts. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Johaunsen Jr. entertained at three tables of bridge Wednesday evening. R. 0. Bjustrom won high for men; his wife, high for women. Wallace Me- Dougal won a chair prize, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith were guests. —Mrs. C. B, Wilson, Britt, ontor- ained at 1 o'clock luncheon and >ridgo party .It the Hotel Algona Saturday. Covers were laid for 54 guests, all from Britt, This was he second recent hotel party here rom Britt. Mrs. George Conklln entertained 'hursday evening at three tables of bridge. W. A. Vlgars won high and Mrs. Vigars won a lucky chair prize; L. S, Muckey was low; and Mrs. George Cloud won travel. Mrs. Hugh Post entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening at two tables, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen winning hlghf Mrs. Russell Cook, second; Mrs. Louis Lynk, third; Mrs. W. A. Dutton, travel. Employes of the Cummlngs store are having a 7 o'clock dinner and Christmas party at Mrs. Carol Johnson's Thursday evening. They will have an exchange of gifts. Mrs. Walter H. Klamp entertained her embroidery club Friday at a Christmas party. There was an exchange of gifts, and refreshments were served. Mrs. Essie Sullivan Is entertaining the- Candlelight club at G:30 dinner this evening (Tuesday). Caters* will be laid for nine bers of the olub. ' ed her elghtsome at a and bridge party Monday ev Following Abridge there was an change of gifts. n The NnotnlClrcle w'ill week Friday at Myrna with Mrs. H, W. Post Mrs. Paul Wllle and Brims assisting, Mrs. L. E. Iitnnau and Mrs n,, sell D. Waller are entertalfng Rtt 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday a lafd foTS m0> C ° Mrs. James Neville the O.N.O. bridge club evening and Alice Hutchins The St. Thomas Guild will Thursday at 2:30 at Mrs. on Raney's, Mrs. Leslie Huff a «o| Hf Ing. There will be election of £ Mrs. C. H. Swanson will eiiter- tnta her bridge club this evening (Tuesday) at 7 o'clock dinner Two' tables will be In play. • ^o Mrs. Jos. Doltrlch entertained a 1 group of neighbor women Saturday' £ ^noon, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. Mrs A. L, Peterson will entertain ho Idle Hour bridge club at 1 oclock luncheon, Friday. Them are 12 members. -meio] Mrs her Dlilk Christ GIFTS , , ly th 's *"«' "iliw Christmas TREES Painted Green Trees Painted Silver Trees Western Spruce Trees Northern Minnesota Trees LONG'S Annual tion of New Spring Cotton FROCKS CHRISCHILLES STORE Fashion Firsts Tinsley attended a Christmas .... •• h»o a ti.ivci talk m costume on Italy, Portugal Czechoslovakia, and_ Jugo-Slavia.' Hoyal Neighbors Xame Officers— The Royal Neighbors elected officers Thursday evening. Marie Skillmg was elected oracle; Mrs Pearl Gregson, vice-oracle; Myra Ostruni, chancellor, Mary Laing, recorde-r; Zelba Brown, receiver-' Bernoui Lynk, marshal; Beatrice Baldwin, inner .sentinel; Kate Gillespie, outer sentinel; Zula Mc- 0.1 ifian manager; pianist, Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr • i her daughter Betty Jean's sixth birthday anniversary. Games and Christmas favors provided entertainment. Little guests were Shirley Elbert, Janice Bartholomew, Marilyn Lelano, Carmen Wellendorf, Jeanette Sorensen, Roger Johnson, LaMont Wellendorf and Garry Waldron. Missionary Society to Meet— The Methodist Women's Home Missionary Society will meet Thursday at 2:30 at the church. Mrs. G. L. Vohs will have chai-e of devotions, and Mrs. Anton Did- Party for Mrs. Noeding, Mrs. B *• McFarland assisting, Thursday evening at West Bend. The other guests were members of a Delta f' ph ^ club, and Mrs. Noeding is the West Bend Presbyterian pastor s wife. Wntanyans to Giro Basket- on?? ,^ a - Tan - Ye club will meet onight for an informal party at Lulu Huenhold's, with Buelah Laron assisting. At a hotel dinner ast Tuesday evening it was decid- f' 0 sive a Christmas basket, l ?^!' e l c ." to ne edy families in Smart Lounging Robes and Pajamas I The Chrischilles Store night. Banquet for Osteopaths— Drs. and Mesdames W D Andrews and S. W. Meyer attended, a 7 oclock dinner and Christmas Eastern Shir Officers Ehc-ted— J Ult U belnK 'Educating Children The Kastern Stars elected offi p ^ce". Anyone wishing trans- s/^t:,,r"S,ri5 ff™^. £££•"' ->• -» sS™r^^^-? r "«S,s^ th . • treasurer; Edith Taylor, conduct- iT, 1 , Ifl; 1 Scu "hani, assistant; Adell McDonald, Temple board for three years; Bertha French, Temple board for one year. Unrigs Host at Party Mr. and Mrs. August Harig entertained at 7 o'clock dinner Wednesday evening, and guests were Air. and Mrs. Robert Leasener, the Jatter'ri mother, Mrs. Kain, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy I-lutxell, Mr. and Mrs Doughlas Wildin, son Leslie, 'and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin, south of AlKona, County Hecorder and Mrs. J. J. Dooley, Mrs. Marcell; "Erdman, and Henry Helfrich. The diversion was 500. homo Saturday afternoon. The youngsters brought lOc gifts, which were fished from a "pond", with much merriment, following which games were played and refreshments served. Next Saturda Surprise for Mrs. Stokes— Members of the Idle Hour bridge club took Mrs. G. D. Stokes by surprise Friday evening for a house-warming. The Stokes moved into a new home on south Minnesota some week ago. Bridge was BEGINNERS WILL NEED A Typewriter to use at home to learn to type. L. C. Smith-Corona and Remington typewriters at the Advance, f Cash Paid For Cream Open all day Saturday and Saturday night. ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY COLWELL'S LIVE STOCK AUCTION FRIDAY, DEC. 17 Fair Grounds, Algona Sale Every Friday sale; sheep, boars, of kl]b- e TdsL f i - SP ° fc in the of these, denmnd ve^ good 'catue 1 ' J " gS «* ma ^ breeds, and ages from veal stage un r l f iZ6S ' stock. We have som^ ™M M ? up to matured yards, been on fp«" l?!^"^ come fl '°m the feed Do tie, as you what they -uary , Was to capacity H. M, Colwell, Mgr. ^ m™ • r> ' •"—•" BBOS.. AuctS. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk. Barn Phone 898. For Your Discriminating Feminine Christmas A practical and handsome gift. Here's an idea for "hard-to-buy-for" Ittuy —a rich, practical, sure- to-be appreciated gift which comes in a wide range of styles and materials. Lounging robes of flannel, moss cloth, slipper ,in all colors and many models, $4.95 to $12 85 Lounging pajamas in soft, lustrous satins and bright corduroy-noth- .mg is more desired hv every woman than nee- ligee-here it is | t ,a reasonable nH CP $4.88 to $10.95. ' Buy her something she'll ai« A robe from THE CHRisoST yTS J eineni ber unforgettable gift. unuiSC HlLLES STORE Here's the first shipment of lovely new Spnng cotton Dresses—a brilliant, sparkling, daring array of colorful prints, designed to stimulate holiday buying. You'll want two or three of these attractive aresses for yourself and you'll want several for Practical Christmas gifts. Our usual large, assortment-all sizes-many styles. 1*98 2.98 Chrischlll«c Store

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