Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1937 · Page 12
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ADYANftg. ALddMA, IOWA cr Is Given at Irvington for Mrs. Harris JAM AND IIFTS FOR A RECENT BRIDE Irvington, Doc. 13 — Catherine Scluilx Harris was honorsc at a «ift shower at the Irvington church Saturday, given by the Irvlngtoi Aid. Mrs. George Johnson had charge of entertainment, and a •short program was given. Mrs IVcd Geigel and Lorrinne Thorn as played a piano duet; Mrs, John Schulz, mother of the bride, gave in talk in which she related details of Catherine's life; Helen Schuli- ispoke briefly; and Mrs. Johnson read tributes to the bride from Norma Haney and Ellen Steussy; Miss Thomas gave a toast and play*d an instrumental solo; Mrs. Casey Loss, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Geigel sang two soios; •and Miss Thomas and Shirley Roney sang Silent Night. The gifts were opened, after which light refreshments were served. A color scheme of red, green, and silver, in keeping with the Christmas season, was carried out. Missionary I'roirntm is Given— The Missionary society ui&t Friday afternoon with Mrs. E. H. Thomas in charge. Iran, Syria, Mesopmmia, and the Intermountain area were studied. Mrs. Win. Boldriclgo read Christmas scripture lesson; the Rev. A. English .offered prayer; Mrs. Thomas gave a few facts on Iran; Mrs. Bold•ridge gave a map study of Syria; Mrs. K. P. Honey gave a talk on Mormonism; and Mr. English gave a few facts about the missionary outlook in each country. Mrs. Schichtl, who came from Bancroft, to attend the meeting read an article on Christmas, and Loraine Thomas and Shirley Honey sang Silent Night. Ledyard Basketeers Split Even on Last Week's Games Surprise for Mrs. Cobvell— Mrs. L. E. Colwell was honored at a surprise birthday party at her Tiome Saturday evening. Cuests were the Charles Egels, the Herman Beckers, the 0. L. Millers, the Forbus Stilt/ family, and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Philip. The evening spent at 500, Mrs. Miller winning high for women, and Mr. Egel high for men. Luneh brought by the guests was served. TVnrner Hahli's to Algonn— The Warner Hnhles, who moved from Wesley to Jack Hahle's, Trv- ington, two weeks ago, have moved to Algona, where Mr. Hahle now has employment. Henry Hahle., who has lived with his children since the death of his wife, went to Sunnier Saturday with hi.s son William, lawyer here. Saturday and was to be there at least two weeks. Three Youths at Frisco— Wesley Lee, Raymond Harr, and Henry Scheppman Jr. reached San TYanci.sro 10 days after leaving here. They made stops at Elpaso, Tex., and Los Angeles. They are now making head quarters at San Francisco, where Calvin Lee, ehl- «r brother of Wesley, is in an army post. Calvin is taking a course in radio-operating. Ledyard, Dec. 13—The Ledyard high school boys' and girls' teams each suffered one defeat last week and had one victory. Tuesday night they played at Lakota, and the girls won, but. the boys lost Friday night the Armstrong team played here, and the Armstron girls won a close game, 22-21, bu the local boys defeated Armstrong 38-27. The local boys and girl have each won all but one gam in five so far played. Two Women Have Operations- Mrs. Glenn Yahnke had a majo surgical operation at the Genera hospital, Algona, last week Mon day. Her mother, Mrs. Julius Jiju sen, Buffalo Center, has been keeping house here during her ab sence. Mrs. J. Walterman had a major operation at the same hos pital the same day. Crew Works Near Cotfmth— Leon Wordon, Harold Albright William Barnes, William Stubbe and Glenn Burrows were working (what at?) near Corwith last week The rest of the crew (whose crow?) has been driving back anc forth daily. Wit'mer Son at Hospital- Mr, and Mrs. William Wiemer took their son Craig to Minneapolis last week Tuesday and left him at the Abbott children's hospital, being treated for where he is ic/ema. Helps Present the Messiah— Reuben Luter is singing with the Esthorville choir of The Messiah. for presentation Daughter for tho Hiiucnstcins— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hauenstein are parents of a daughter, born early last week. Since leaving the oil station we-st of Irvington a few weeks ago, Mrs. Hauenstein has oeen with relatives at Rock Rapids, and Ray has spent his time between there and here. He had some carpentry here. Boy nt Hospital Again— Cuane Riley, bedfast for months with a bone di.sease, was again taken to the Kossuth hospital again early last week. It was understood that the cast which had been on the le.g for some time and was beginning to irritate him was to be replaced by a lighter one. Panl Egel Has IHrthdny— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egol were lost and hostesses recently at a party honoring their son Paul, •who was celebrating his 20th birthday. Guests were tho Chris Jensens, the Frank Eisenbarihs the .Jos. Mettiles, a Mr. Shaw, and Mr Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, son Duane, Mrs. Asa Warner, and Mrs. H. Dver were at Algona Sat- irday and called on Mrs. Glenn Yahnke at the General hospital. Last week Monday evening Mr iml Mrs. D. A. Link attended a dinner and convention of dealers n Sargent's feeds (where not stated). Mrs. N. A. Pingle visited her mother, Mrs. M. Looft, at Swea City from last week Tuesday till Friday. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Link visited their daughter, Mrs. Merle McAninch, last week Sunday. Dr. B. A. Storey attended a Roand Mrs. Charles Deibler. Aid Plans Hake Sale— The Irvington Aid will hold a bake sale at Mrs. Setchell's millinery shop at Algona Tuesday, December 21. Dressed poultry and baked goods will be for sale at 10 a. m. Christmas Party for Aid— The Aid will hold a Christmas party at a regular meeting this week Friday evening at the church. .Members, families, and friends will attend, and gifts will be exchanged. tary club luncheon at Algona last week Monday as guest of Dr. S. W. Meyer there. William Lang, Elmore, has been visiting at his sister, Mrs. Max Nltz's. Several from here attended a Grant Methodist bazaar Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were Elmore callers Friday. Lakota 4-H club banquet schoolhouse last Mrs. Jerry Heetland and her daughters Norma and Florence, with Emma Gutknecht and Gene- Brewer, attended a county at the Burt --- week Monday evening. They report some 260 persons in attendance and a splendid program. Mesdarnes C. 0. Peterson, George Wallentine, and Jerry Heetland drove to Algona last week Tuesday to attend a county woman's project meeting for township and county officers and leaders taking part in the home project this year. The meeting was under supervision of Mrs. Lucile Lacook Cochran' assistant state H. D. A. leader. Plans for county Achievement day were discussed and adopted. The Rev. and Mrs. 0. H. Frer- ng attended a. county W. C. T. U. meeting at Burt last week Tuesday, with Mrs. J. c. Skow in charge. The state president, Mrs. -larriet G. McCullough, spoke at both forenoon and afternoon programs. Mrs. Earl Grabau entertained the Methodist Aid last week Wednes- lay. Plans were made amily Christmas party for at the the church Tuesday evening, December 14. The Rev, and Mrs. Carl Hammer drove to Sioux City last week Monday for a visit at their son's. Mrs. Hammer went through the clinic at the Methodist hospital for a physical check-up. Gust Koppen Is just completing a new 34x66 barn on his farm, east of town. Mrs. A. T. Buckels, five miles southeast of town, has been seriously sick at home with an attack of flu-pneumonia, but is reported recovering. Mrs. Gust Koppen and. her daughter, Mrs. Clifford Knutson, are both sick with.flu. Nick Koppen and. James Warburton were business visitors near Whittemore last week Tuesday. The LakoUi high school basketball boys won from Ledyard, 30-25, on the local floor last wcok Tuesday, but the Lakota girls lost to Ledyard, 34-20. Clarence Baum has been appointed auxiliary rural mail carrier for this winter and will begin work Thursday, December 16. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Peterson entertained recently at 7 o'clock dinner party in honor of the 21st birthday of their son Charles, who helps Doctor Gellenfeld with veterinary work. The grade pupils will present a Christmas operetta, .Suzanna's Christmas Auction, at the school auditorium Thursday, December 16. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, northwest of town, left December 4 for visits at Minneapolis and Wilmar, Minn. Mrs. Peter Bruer entertained the Lutheran Aid last week Wednesday, and plans for a Christmas party were made and committees appointed. K. G. Johnson, northeast of town, has been seriously sick with flu-pneumonia, but is now recovering. Mrs. Arthur Ogren's sister, Mrs. Bertha Weckles, Garnet, Kans., who had been visiting here and at Minneapolis, left last week Monday for home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley, eon W. E. Jr., and Donald Worley drove to Des Moines one day last week anc drove home two neSv Fords. The Nick Koppens were Sunday dinner guests' at Petor L. Kopperi's. A post-Thanksgiving dinner was served. Both families were finish- Ing corn-husking on Thanksgiving day, so postponed the big dinner. Mrs. Vance Lester had a birthday party Thursday evening at her home on the Charles Gutknecht farm, south of town. Relatives were guests, Portland Loses New Car in Blaze Portland Twp., Dec. 13—Archie Burger lost his new Chevrolet by fire one day last week. It was left In the road while he went into a field, and when it was started again it took fire and was burned 'beyond repair. What caused the blaze is not known. No Parking* All Night. Fen ton, Dec. 13—Cars can no longer be parked all night on Fenton's main street, according to a decision of the town council at a meeting last week Monday night. BOX CANDY 1-2-3-5 POUND BOXES CHEAP LONG'S Mmisdam Home from Coast— Jacob Maasdam got home Saturday after three weeks in the west. He visited a sister, Mrs. Mary Biockland, Island City, Ore, and other relatives. Ralph Losses Go Home— The Ralph Loss family left for home in Washington state Friday, after three weeks with relatives at and around Algona. Other Irvlngton. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Philp, who had been living at Herman Becker's, had their cottage moved to Irvington and located it just east of where the blacksmith shop formerly stood. Evelyn Dole, who had been employed at the courthouse for sev- ral months, is now working at the iraham store, Algona. Barbara and Shirley Blumer will entertain the Shorman 4-H club «u a Christmas party .sometime this week. John Schumacher, Woodbine, spent Thursday and Friday at hie daughter Mrs. Elmer Dole'-,. The Oran Hudsons were guests ast week Sunday at Charles Egel's The Paul Hudsons were recent dinner guests at Edw. Wolfe's For Men All the newest and popular colors —from the very sheerest chiffons to the service chiffons, priced from 69c, 89c, $1, $1.50 A gift box free with every purchase. Brownell's $1.00 to $2.95 Quality leathers In styles that bring a man genuine comfort. With soft or leather soles. For Children Amusing slippers in styles to stay on active little feet For boys and girls. Brownell's Advice Them SLIPPERS For Women Delightfully dainty or simply comfortable slippers in choice fabrics and leathers. All sizes all colors. HAR BORC Attractive EJgin uml>b«gueite. 17 Jewell, f39.75 Lovely Eltin CUmic model. Gold Glled core. $27.60 Three top • notch makes of watches — the Hamilton, the Omen, and the Elgin—iiiake Borchardt's jew e 1 r y department an ideal place to buy the Ch r i s t m a s watch. lianilnumi* KIgin Slrentnlinc exlteuiely curved model. J39.75 More and more people are giving ivatehes for Christmas, and ue find several in a family combining funds to make another member happy with u roiil yciir-roiind gift. mm "*»»'» K *£#£. STAR ... 15 |.w«l«, , ytllow or white gold filltd case $29.75 STAR OE IUXE ... 15 ieweli, yillow or whi gold fill.d c«o....S33: li, yellow, Diamonds-The Perfect Gift] I Give Her a Diamond I never depreciates. JS 1U)t S ° ° r 1U ° r ° s getting 1 qualfly niiil vnln6 And tlie value of the gift Priced from SIS, $45, $I5O and Up ^^^^^^t^ttSMSWSr^^ ^^^ ,.^ ..„, „„ ^!.-»,-!„«-T^-^,^..^•],^•y.^••y.y».y^vjlWBwPWp Suggestions for Ideal Gifts •'/* Manicure Sets, some with zipper 98c to $6.00 Electric Ra/ors-Shick »lOj Remington Rand Electric Shaver $16. Mirror, Comb, and Brush Sets. A large selection $2.50, $5.00, $10.00 and up Zipper Traveling Sets . $2.50 to $15.00 S'*^***^^ Headquarters for Yardley's, Elizabeth Arden, Evening in p ar j s , Max Factor,' and Hudnut gift setsj compacts, perfumes, cologne's, and toilet waters. $1.10 to $15.00 Men's Ciuneo Kings ! $12.50 to $35,^0 ^ Cambridge Glasswave— see the beautiful Rose Point pattern. Ladies' Hirthstone Rings $3.50 to $10,00 Meeker bill folds »» d Keyjaiuers in sets «' singly $1,50 up ^^ • "—'^^••INlWUW)WW.^g ttm ^^ SWMr ^^ Borchardt's and Jewelry Algona,

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