Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1937 · Page 11
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[Y-TWOCOWS IORSES, 123 i$ AT AUCTION Farm Auctions Jvertised Today in Advance. Irtlsements for five farm ippea.r on the farm pago of Advance: ay. Dec. 10—Paul Clark. T , Pec. 1C—0. H. Wessel. ,„ Dec. 20—llelnhard Mob. •day, Dec. 21—II. J. Gies. Jday, Dec. 21—Fred Swan. IClark, former Algona black- Iwill move back to town. His - begin at 1 p. m. on the ....reo miles east of Algona JJregor street extended (sec- Ireet south of State or main and a mile south. Two ,, seven cattle, Including five ,ows, 150 Leghorns, an/1 farm iiery will be offered, with ,1 Bros, as auctioneers and _wi State bank as clerk. Ijjieb will quit the farm and •• four horsea, seven cattle, ling five milk cows, and farm _nery, with Colwell Bros as Ineers and an Iowa State Iclerk. jfeome- of this week's papers vessel's initials are given as '" Mr. Wessel is the well „ Geo. H. Wessel, retired idist pastor. He owns a farm If mile east and two miles . of Burt, but lives In town, [year the farm will he oper- 3ii a different plan, and his icrd of Holsteins is therefore ale. The 'breeding lines in Jierd go back for almost 100 \. The sale begins at noon, j the Burt Methodist Aid will I lunch. Besides the cattle, Tiling 33 cows and heifers, 60 I five sheep, and a horse will ffered, with Stewart & Flaig juctloneers and a clerk from Purl Savings bank. > sales* dated for next week lay are both big ones. Mr. and Mr. Gies are both leov- i farm, and will offer every- Whiitetnore Aid Present DECEMBER 14, i 937 SECOND SECTION L \ Pastor With a $75 Purse! brief sung v..iii-i t « the women thpn Hiri i-r" '"'" Christmas -m. - likewise. and ' T i , IMO ""slcxRcs, Mrs II • Behnke, Adolla Bell, Mrs KI- 5trK'" r5 '«'~'>^ woio there the .same day snnn^^.^ 11 ^ 1 '. '^ Aigona, n with her parents, Mr. and hnn h "n Hcldcmvilll ' whot0 ^ home Thursday evening Mr and Mra . Curtis Sheidled en- Fern V,,ll C y ( The Fern .1 ., IH..TL WUOK 1 linurl'i and after lunch at 12 o'clock program was ' " L 'OCK j Swan sale will begin at „ and five horses and 20 cat- Jill be sold, besides a good list Inn machinery. The cattle in- 1 11 milk cows. Flaig & Stew- Mil be auctioneers; Banker N. ptton, clerk. The place is two i west of Lone Rock. _e Gies sale will.also begin at I. The farm is five miles south [five miles east of Algona. Fif- kht head of Ivestiock will be Fincluding" eight horses, 22 |e, eight of which are milk j, with one Polled Hereford I eligible for registration, 30 |pshire hogs, and a long list of 1 machinery, with some house- I goods and 200 chickens. Col- iBros. will be auctioneers and Bowa State bank will furnish a esley Quint Wins > Games Straight, But Girls Lose 3 lesley, Dec. 13—The local high iol boys and girls played three fetball games last week. The 1 was on Monday night'against jWitn, and the local boys won p, but the girls here lost, 38-27 James Tuesday night against •ttemore the Wesley boys again i 46-23, and the girls here a lost, Gl-32. Thursday night, lames here against Vernon donated the boys won for the I successive time, 24-21, and iBlrls lost for the third time in puch one-sided game. Members Pe local teams are of small |"re, and almost all are "new 1*. so they will, perhaps, not I many Rames thls Be&soa> but fleams are shoeing good Fjumanshlp and looking for• to. the time when they ca 1 their own." «• aches to See 2 Picked Teams Play in Meet_at Fonda West Bend girls', basketball Jill play the Fonda girls' "is week Saturday at Fonda. - learns have been chosen as «. mr T esentatlve hereabouts *'» Play at a coaches' confer- 1 here( . the same day. Gerald < brother of Burdette Agard, u,!, S u° ach of tlle West Bend Ifar \h- has won eVe: 'y same Ifcr th, s yeai , The gh . ls , and Played at Plover Fri. and the local of poultry for tho nnrl™ Christmas girts were OXPhc ;™ and a box of candy pre«cnl a t each member of the leaders. DlHchers Hiitortnin Visitors- Mr, and Mrs. Honry Harms Dnv enport their children, and Mrs I Daulenhvihn, Pleasant Plains 111 were guests of Itov. and Mrs. \\ H. Dlscher Wednesday afternoo and evening. They aro forac parishioners of Mr. Dlscher Six Off for arissournisit— Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer, son Roland, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Po tratz, and Mrs. Dietrich Corcles lof Friday for Excelsior Springs, Mo to visit Mrs. Meyer's mother, Mr? Albert Behnke, and at her brothe Fred Behnke's. Santa Comes Every Saturday— Tho Whlttemore Community clul announces Santa Clan visits evorv Saturday till Christmas. To dill dren he will distribute candy am other gifts. There will be a ponj and dog show on main street every Saturday. Gronlmch Sulo Called Off— Tho M. F. Gronbach sale, dated for Friday, was so poorly attended that it was called off. The house hold goods were trucked to Algona for storage. Other Wliitlemore. Lawrence Meyer, Alice Dau, Mrs W. T. Dau, and Mr. and Mrs. Vie tor Dau were at Port Dodge las PASTOR'S WIFE AT WEST BEND 'VICTIM IN SURPRISE PARTY West Bend, Dec. 13 — Twontj neighbors and other friends took Mrs. H. J. Noeding, wife of the Presbyterian pastor, by surprise Friday, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. LuncI: brought by the guests was served and the honoree received many gifts. Christmas Tarty is Given— The Delta Alpha held their an nual Christmas party at Mrs. H. J. Noeding's a few nights ago. Seven o'clock dinner was served, and gifts were exchanged. Mrs. B. F. McFarUuid lias for years been teacher of this Sunday school class. (,'orii-SwiIer on the ,!»!)— George Jacobs, official corn sealer in this territory, is now sealing corn, and is also lesting some of the corn to compare the tests with tests sent to Dos Vfoines. fneca Basketeers De featFentonites ,' th« p boys> basketball teams w ton hl £b school boys wst week Tuesday evening, Pentn, ca seconds defeated flrt aecond »- 34-22, and the in « , defe ated the Fenton e 21 9n s ' Poor-passwork " ' The score was tied tbe foulSen- missed. in Portland Banquet r?. r uana K ree * cll * b ^m hold banquet at the Hurt urch „„,„ dinner minister at Titonfca A eklt. vocal aad ft «igh ..i. op* aid numbera by '^S5S oy8 ' quflrtet Mont Locker Plant 'Ready— The creamery locker jystem ... now in working order and is being patronized by a large number of people. Most of the lockers have been bought. Other West Bend. Dolores Satern, Chicago, and Mrs. Burt Is Eastman, of Moline, 111., were Wednesday guests of the hitter's sister, Mrs. Earl Cobb. Miss Satern, a student nurse, is Hie daughter of John Stern, former West Bender, and Mrs. Eastman was formerly Cora Satern. Mrs. L. J. Kohler and Marie Dunn attended a recent post-nuptial shower in honor of Mrs. Kohler's son, Merle Wildf.nnan, and his wife, who live at Bodo. Wesley Girls Take Part mJPlay Day' Wesley, Dec. lllseven girls of the Wesley high school and their coach, Dorothy Shannahan, .spent all clay Saturday at Algona taking now v h ° I"" 1 " 11 Play ^ 1n tho now hi K i .school gymnasium there. me girls were Dolores and Virginia Sherman, .lean Cruise, Jane Kisenbacher, Carol Mae Goslin Vera Forburger, and La Von Gerties nicy took sandwiches, and the hostess school provided a hot dish and drink at noon. All high school girls in the county were eligible to attend, and usually several hundreds turn out for a day of merry-making and mingling with! tho girls of other schools in the' county. Lease Bros. Plan a Brick Building for Wesley Store Wesley, pocTTijlDebrla from no Lease & Lease hardware fire, I" which building and contents wore burned to the ground last week Monday night, was boing cleaned last week. Little of the burned and charred merchandise could be salvaged. The brothers, Ammon and Lqstcr, have announced that till further notice they will bo in temporary quarters in the vacant room of the First National hank building. They have ordered a small stock of staple hardware items for tho temporary quarters, expecting that in the spring, when the weather permits, they will erect a new building which will be fireproof. The location will be on the same lot as previously occupied, between tho Hauptman garage and the Kouba food market. Fenton 1 old Leudtke, Beverly Schulte, Janet MeFall, and Betty Holldorf. Two Christmas songs, Holy Night and The First Noel, were sung by seventh and eighth grade pupils, Mary Ann Bohn playing piano accompaniment. Supt. Otterness gave a talk on Iowa. Edith Wolfe and Faith Flnnestad closed the program with two guitar selections. Following a brief business meeting, lunch was served by Mesdames K J. Frank, Charles Newel, Charles Glaus, Oliver Stoeber, R, N. Kyhl Otto Borchardt, C. H. Geronsin, and Jacob Zweifel. The Ooetsch Motor company unloaded a car of 1938 Chevrolets last week. Fenton's high school basket ball teams each lost two games last week. Tuesday evening at Seneca the regulars lost a close game, 2120. The local boys were outplayed in the first half, trailing 16-8, but came back and held Seneca scoreless in the third quarter. In the final quarter Fenton took an 18-16 lead, but Seneca managed to scor five points to Fenton's two. Sene ca's fast reserve squad easily out played Fenton's seconds, 34-22. Friday evening the St. John Bancroft, first and second teams defeated the Fenton teams on the local floor) the score in the first teams game being 30-15, and the local seconds making a poor showing, 25-8.. ^ Portland School Procrrnin. Portland T\vp., Dec. 13 — The a program, and pie eocial Dlst. No, 7 school will efltertaiu"^ Thursday evening. Wanda W«^ man is teacher. Lunches will bi sold. WALL MAP OF KOSStTTtt county, showing land ownership, acreage, dratns, maps, rivers, etc., with each plat book at the- Advance. Not sold separately. / Price, $3 plli* ales tax. Send cash with mall orders. otf The December meeting of the Parent-Teacher was held in the high school auditorium last week Tuesday evening, and was opened with a play by third and fourth grade pupils. Gifts for Two. In the cast were James Widdel, Delbert Elmore, Barrel Dreyer, Don- 'Exams' Patrolman For the North End Heretofore candidates for examination. for driver licenses have nad to come- to Algona, but after January 1 a patrolman will be stationed at Bancroft two days a month to accommodate applicants in the North End. SOUP TO NUTS LONG'S Have everything it tnkes to complete y o TI r Christinas wants. Merry Christmas It is a little early to extend Christmas Greetings but honestly I have not much else to say. Trade has been wonderful. Our only trouble is I did not buy heavy enough in Christmas goods. We always keep our shoe stock full and complete. You will find most anything you want in the shoe line at Neville's all the year around. But regular Christmas goods, such as mufflers, fancy box handkerchiefs, dress gloves, pajamas, dress shirts, caps, fancy sweaters, and hosiery are moving out fast. I doubt if we will have enough of these things to supply our customers. Only a dozen men's dress overcoats left on the rack. Only one lamb-lined overcoat left. It is a small size,,.Otherwise it would have been sold a dozen times Saturday. Weekly sales have been heavy, and it takes more merchandise than I have had the nerve to buy. People are Christmas shopping early this year and are taking advantage of the low prices at Neville's store. We have marked things down instead of up for Christmas trade. Right now our store looks more like a January clearing sale than the middle of December. i We are making a clean sAveep of all seasonable goods. Marking them down when people want them and can use them. This winter a $1.00 spent at Neville's goes farther than the one Geo. Washington threw across the Potomac. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN. You Will Find the "BEST" in Quality and Price at Moe & Sjogren's Drop iu tl»e iiext time you are shopping, You will jfiud Quality at the right price at this 100 per cent home owned store. Take advantage of our FREE delivery. Phone in your next ordert MOE & SJOGREN THE BEUBPALE STOKE Shop Early! Save Well! i^*«?^Jtti?ft«8W^^ GIFTS FOR A MAN FROM A ' MAN'S STORE This Big Store Is Now Ready For the Holiday Season -•—- GLADSTONE BAGS, 7.50 and 12.00 A Long Array of Practical GIFTS For BEDROOM SLIPPERS 2.95 - - Men and Boys Here ! - - •.will soon be here. With the holiday season so • " turn to suitable remembrances for our family SF— f ---- s£ » »,s/s sssswss as gltts< and practical holiday gifts. Popular Gifts Articles of clothing always make popular Christmas Gifts GIVE HIM A USEFUL GIFT ARROW SHIRTS, 1.95 SILK ROBES 3.95 to 12.50 WOOL ROBES 4.95 to 10.00 OTHER SHIRTS, 1.00 to 2-50 Perhaps there are no gifts so universally given or more welcomed by men than those of ' slur s, neckties, hosiery, handkerchiefs, sweaters, gloves, robes, scarfs, hatsTnd can or you U r* °L a ™ VerC ° at ' etC "- and What an assortment of these articles we have secured'for You are welcome to shop around here at your leisure and examine the many exceptional values that this store offers in practical Christmas gifts for the men follS of the family^ GLOVES 1.00 to 4.00 V.V TIES 50c to 1.50 WOOL and SILK SCARFS 50c to 3.50 All Christmas Gifts Wilhbe Boxed—No Extra Charge X®t^$v*n JS$*M - SHOP EARLY ^ Let us urge you to do your Christmas shopping early! Early in the month! Early in the day! And do it here at a big saving! Neckwear Pajamas Mufflers Golf Hose Shirts Suspenders Bath Robes Hosiery Garters Belts Handkerchiefs Gloves Lounging Robes Gladstone Bags 35c to 1.00 Zender & Caldwel Good Clothes **» Algona "i -,•

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