Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1937 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 14, 1937
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14, 1987. [FARMER ; »UB FAttM SAlEt lou have a farm sale bidders. One good $60 to $100 at „ you get bidders? jig every possible how of your sale. |se In the Advance h all parts of tho The cost of such an nent Is ' trifling In on with the money Ijyour sale receipts. 20, 30, 40 mllefl rn of your sale Rho Advance. If you flmpress them, list Eg In your advertlse- |d make the adver- big enough to con- fern your sale is an |ty for them. One bring a bidder for want bidders— go by advertising. loSSUTH COUNTY ADYANCE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. MINSTREL SHOW, WRESTLING, AND PICKING QUEEN WALLACE 0 LUXOR PLATE gorgeous new pattern, pierced in the latest mode. A I high quality of plate, reinforced at wear points by extra heavy plating. A big com- pletesetforeightper- Bons composed of all the staples and many of the extra occasional pieces you've wanted so long! *T 62 PIECE SET in i In a Beautiful Chert *24 95 The open Block raluc of these 62 piecea ia $40.00 BOUCHARD! Jewelry^ and Drugs one which will f, , w turo a newly organised LI to ( man band. . linxin K ,md wrc ; t contests will tako place In a ond show, while a t],| r( i will one-act play. Many l,ooll R stands will bo located in the bo staged and refreshments ™" NEY to Loan OMODILE LOANS IMKLY LOW KATES MADE ON YODK CAN pake you a liberal loan par — pay off your pres- nce, advance you addi- |sh and reduce r your by extending them jve to eighteen months. [>ANS MADE AT OlfCE PKSERS OB SIGNERS | REQUIRED ous, prompt, and oon- II cash loan serylce. ln person or write FERN CREDIT co. IStnlo Si., Alf,'0im, Iowa anlfl Tl i • , " : "w>llllli;iHS sold, rhe big feature o[ lllo 0 ing will bo the crowning of a carnival queen. Each class has chosen a candidate, and a contest is being hold to choose tho quncn or the carnival. Lulu ]) UK(II1 ' Vi gmia Patterson, Viola Troniiry Norma .In;,,, Rash, am , Ma Jl Ringsdorf aroj.hc candidates. Woman's Club [Ins Tvo'Tam— The Woman's club mot Monday evening at Mrs. n. W . nmokor, with Lulu Hawcolt as assistan hostess The program was „,, This Business of Living" and included the singing of Christmas Carols, a round table on Whal is the Good Life? conducted by Mrs F. L. Ryorson, and a book study, Getting Along With People by Wright, given by Mrs \V \v Boettchcr. ' Losers Knlorfjiin AVinners— A Legion Auxiliary luncheon which was to have been held at Mrs. J. G. Clapwiddle's was instead held at Mrs. Trossio RJIIKS- dorf's, duo to tho sickness of Mrs ClapsacUllo. Fifteen women attended. The luncheon was given by losers in an attendance contest. Pnstor's Sister Mas Oiiornlion— The Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Horns went to Rochester last week Tuesday to be with Mr. Dom's sister, Mrs. H. G. Christopherson, Watertown, S. D., who had a major operation. | _ School \\mrHa^e7Carnival Friday ==J== = - - - ----- -&*') - v» «-i.ufiu M. ML/I/.. Hosts at Family Reunion 1'o aml Twp., Dec. 13— w w » ° ,. '' S L(mg - s ' Lone Long the -' «na; e BS. tho Louis scotls, John d Mr. and Mrs. , Cecil '•'• II. Women — 'iftMii Farm Bureau women mot with Mrs. c. K. sissbeo Thursday for an all-day follow-up meeting covering two home project lessons °«°ntly given by Mrs. Jones, of the Ames college, and Miss Pen«» special Clever made, and they oon, county II. D. A A menu was served at noon toys have, been were displayed. Oirl's Birthday' is Observed— Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter and Alvm Stcdnutn, all of Algona, were guests for an oyster stew last * • ~«^iMjiuit i./um£ uiu birtluiay anniversary of the Apple- wito daughter Doris. Farmer is Acc'Idtmt Victim— A pitchfork wounded Alfred God- frodson in the knee one day week, and lie was an indoor for a few days thereafter. All-Day jfci't for S. S. Class— The Methodist Dorcas Sunday J Saturday night and Sunday morning at Floyd Bilsborough's, Algona. She attended a birthday Party at Tilonka for Delores Peterson Thursday evening and spent the night there. Mrs. Charles Larsen and her daughter Loretta were, last week bunday guests at William Graver's.. Mrs. Larson shelled corn Wednesday and moved to Algona last week-end. Chester Fitch, Wednesday night _ ^^ auay with tho Dell Fitches. Floyd Miller, Titonka, was an over Wednesday night guest at Martin Larson's. Marjorie Baas, employed at Mrs. Wayne Keith's, spent last week Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas, and visited at Clyde Bristow's Sunday evening. MANY GOME FOR SERVICES FOR HENRYJISTAU Livermore, Dec. 13—From out of town for the funeral of Henry Ristau Friday came Mr. and Mrs. Sexton, spent and Thursday 'londay night at Victor Ap- Mrs. J. T. Heaney, Burt, spent Bridge Club Meets Saturday— s, tho occasion being the • Wednesday with her parents, Mr. Mrs. J. F. Hamm entertained V £\ nnivnt«e,n v-ir „« 4.1. _ * i_ HUM JVTl'R. T "P rn*m*ilrU111 TI 1 T-v_1J._ T-v _ i_ i 11 . . _ lost man and Mrs. J. p. Trunkhill. Banker and Mrs. Heaney are both recovering from severe colds. Among last week shoppers at Algona wore the Dell Fitches, the Albert Baas family, Lucille Watson, and the lattor's parents. Uanney Leek is now at Burt with the James Sewicks while attending the Burt high school. He is a senior this year. Fnday at Mrs. Other PortlJinil News. Lavina .Tandl spent a week ago r — Thursday afternoon with Mrs. S. M. Peterson. Kenneth Bolie is now employed at ,T. P. Trunkhlll's. Tho Tony Jandls spent last week Sunday at West Bend. T) , -: PiimplHniso for AVoll Lu Verne, Doc. 13— Henry Ristau died last week Monday night at his home at Livermore, after a long illness, and burial was made hern Friday afternoon, with services at the Lutheran church, the Kov. L-- Wittcnburg officiating. Mr. Kistau, who was 04, came to Lu — , , o u A now pumphousc has boon built] Verne in 188:!, 54 years ago' with for tho^ncw town well, which was his parents and lived most of the " ..... "" """'' time in this community till 1931, when he wont to Livermore. He is .survived by his widow, also by six finished recently, and a new pump will be installed soon. Other Kurt News. Supt. and Mrs. C. M. Bowie, children by a previous marriage: Mrs. Sadie Wagner, George and "- "• "••*• jji* " i^| i A.n ,j. kjiiMnj »* (L^JIUI t tJUUl gt? tlllll Supt. and Mrs. A. Schulor, Swea| Henry, Lu Verne; Mrs. Edna Hamlow and Roinhold, Port Dodge; and Arthur, Mason City, brothers and three sisters, Ham, Mrs. Elsie Steussy, Wil- Mrs. Mrs. Charles Hanselman, Mrs. Gus Baessler, all of Lu Verne, and Otto, City, and Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman, Lakota, wore dinner guests Thursday evening at the Edw. Thavos home. The Methodist Woman's Home Missionary society will meet Saturday afternoon at. Mrs. G. 11. Wcs-1 who lives in Canada, sol's. Mrs. Fred Jennings will bo! assisting hostess. j Mrs. A. E. Hauck, Hector, Minn., daughter Ida Mao, and son Le Roy i coaches, and superintendents __ visited last week at Mrs. Hauck'si schools in the Little Nine basket- sister, Mrs. J. H. Schrocder's. I hall conference was held last week The Rev. and Mrs. Thoburn! Monday evening at Livermore. It Speicher attended a sub-district i was decided to hold the 22nd an- Methodist preachers' meeting at' nual tournament at Livermore j February 18-1!) in a, new field visited I house there. The seating capacity Harold's brother Lloyd at Iowa I of this building is around 1,000. Falls last week Tuesday and Humboldt, winner of the 1937 tour- fornia for the winter. Other LuYcrne. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harris, Burt, and Mrs. Carrie Poole, Oskaloosa, wore guests at the Josephine home most of last week. Mrs. Henry Jutte, Webster City, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Austin Burtis. Wesley Town Quint Beats Forest City Wesley, Dec. 13—A boys' town team of basketball players played, a Forest City town Thursday night and team here -„— tallied 44 scores to 30 for the visitors. This was the locals' second game this season. Previously they won from tin Algona team. The group is open for bookings and are anxious to meet up with other teams. Playing on the team are Donald Lick- te-ig, Bernard Hauptmann, Clinton McNelley, Wesley Baddeley, Enav Franzen, Edw. Eisenbacher, Dennis Lickteig, and Don Kraus. Sexton Liltlo Nine lianquut Held— Mrs. Harvey Steven entertain- The annual banquet of captains, ed the Aid Thursday at her home, '•- ' ~..i_i — j—i- -» mile north of the village. "— of Wesley last week Tuesday. The Harold Stewards Wednesday. namcnt, is expected furnish '6ClneSClay IHUUUHU, in UAIJCULUU LU luiiiian This week Tuesday the U and 11 strong competition for all other ircle will meet with Mrs. Wilfred contenders. W. E. Eidalhurl, For- THE DOCTOR! |c o m e financially Prescribe, for your- fcving program with Kitution. Living is H when you know ortion of your in- Iworking toward re- 1 • • . toward real ouring unproductive fret all the facts to^ IFEOERALSAVINGS & LOAN )OHA, Circle will meet with Mrs. Wilfred Chafee, Mrs. G. C. Allen assisting. Ronald Elviclge and Charles I-Ianna visited at Dos Moines and Ames Wednesdaj Thursday.. Mr. and Mrs. R. A, Bleich and the daughter Luella were Mason City visitors Thursday. The Golden Rule Sunday school class will moot Wednesday at Mrs. Bertha Schwletert's. Ruth Hodgson entertained the girls of her Sunday school Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Manus are parents of a son, born Friday morning. The Birthday Circle met at Mrs. James Ollom's Thursday afternoon. Lott« Creek The Lotts Creek Lutheran Aid met in the school bfisement Friday and elected officers; Mrs. Radig, reelected president; Mrs. Nick Gongler, re-elected vipe president; Mrs. William Fuersteijau, re-elected secretary; Mrs. Herman Mittag, re-elected treasurer. !\Irs. Herman Reisener and Mrs. Jphn Sclmllin were named sick committee; Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mrs. ^artin Meyer, Mrs. Richard Potratz, sewing committee; Mrs. E. Fieue and Mrs. Andrew Kading, kitchen committee. A visitor was Mrs. Arthur Rusch, who was received as a new member. Helping Mr. Markgrof celebrate a birthday Wednesday evening •were Mr. and Mrs. >fick Gengler, Mr .and Mrs. Otto Rulfnke, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer. Mr. apd Mrs. Herman Zumach, and Mr and Mrs. Wm. Rusch Sr., Whittemoife. St. Benedict Mr and Mrs. Matt Iforraann and Mr and Mrs. Mike Arpdorfer were at Elmore and Winn<fbago, Minn., last week to help the iwonien s sister, Mrs. Harold Godfredson, and her husband move fro'm Elmore to a dairy farm. The God|fredsons had lived near Elmore two years. Joe Witte and Max Ferstl motored to Mason City o^n a business mission Thursday, Rosa Kutchara, Minnie Kutchara JKilUUJv; A».WI.W»»«-— » Thursday evening at Corwith, and Algona, spent heir brother to Ackley to and . gona Friday feeder of baby oeeves several years. " est City, and I. L. Huffman, Laurens, will be tournament officials. New officers are: president, 0. F. Moore, Goldfie.ld; vice president, A. R. McMullen, West Bend; secretary, Lowell Cockrill, Livermore. Members of the Livermore school board were guests at the banquet, as was also a Mr. Parsons, former superintendent of the Bode schools, now a lawyer. School Programs Announced— The Lu Verne public schools will observe the Christmas season with two programs. The first six grades will give one this we«k Friday afternoon at the gymnasium, and the public is invited.' Next Sunday afternoon at 3:30 the girls' glee club and a mixed-chorus will present a Christmas vesper service, and besides these numbers there will be music by four clarinets, and a reading by Mary Alice Biging. The schools will close for the Christmas vacation December 22 ana will resume January 3. Club Has Christmas Party—, The Progressive Woman's club held a Christmas party at Mrs. J. L Lichty's Friday, 13 members attending. Mrs. Ray Stone led in group singing of Christmas Carols, Mrs Harvey Nelson read "The Mansion" by Henry VanDyke, and Mrs E. E. Hancock conducted games appropriate to the season, instead of exchanging gifts, donations were made to the scholarship and loan fund of the Federated clubs. Girls >Vin, But Boys Lose- In a close game Friday night the local girls' basketball team won from the strong Bode team, 23-22. The locals came from behind m the last quarter to win The Bode boys defeated the local boys 28-15. boys Former llesident Visits Here- Mrs. Marx Schwyter "°™ Renwick, D. Burtis IVJ. 1*51 -Hit*. * •**• *•' w ** * ' spent Thursday with Mrs. Henry Kubly and other local friends. The Schwyters lived here or m the vicinity many years, moving to Renwick some four years ago. — -. •Surprise Honors a . Friends of Mrs. A. v. •""•-•took her by surprise for a birthday celebration Thursday. Bridge was played at two tables. In the evening Betty Burtis entertained at a bridge party. Aid Will Meet 'Tomorrow— . _ » . i ,ii _i A J J tirill 1 id W e — The Methodist Aid will meet at Mrs. last we^ visit her wita fe er daughter to w ho are In Cali- Skow conducted Christmas program. Mrs. Bible Mrs. Jergen annual study. Practice began Friday for the Simon Bemis and Mrs. Herman Wise are directors, with Edith Greenfield as pianist. Mr. and Mrs. William Hartley, Mrs. Simon Bemis, Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Mrs. George Aman, and Mrs. W. 'C. Taylor attended a birthday party at John Seeman's, Algona, in honor of Mrs. Seeman's mother,'Mrs. Mary Kutschara, who was 87, last week Tuesday. Mrs, Kutschara lived in Sexton, until two years ago, when she began living with the Seemans. Seneca The Lutheran Aid served a lute fisk and lefse supper to a laree number of patrons in the church basement last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Alice Duryea. Irvington. spent several days last weak at her daughter Mrs. Ralph Campbell's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Groen, and a daughter are spending several weeks at Sheldon Merrill's. The women are sisters. Nick Doocy has been brought home from the Bancroft hospital, where he had an appendectomy two weeks ago. Doctor Mueller was the attending physician. . :.^am-«iSrl«^^ Give Her a BEDJACKET Silk »nd Wool $1,00 $1.50 $1,98 '• Bedjackets cozy and ' warm as they are pretty ' and feminine! Silk and i wool mixtures in lovely pastel shades. Kresensky's Arno Ristau, the Edw. Wagners, the Charles Hanselmans, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Ristau, George and William Ristau, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Baessler, a son, Mrs. Elsie Steussy, and a son, all of Lu Verne. Reinhold Ristau and Mrs. Edna Hamlow, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Holmer, Algona; Arthur Ristau and the Everett Steussys, Mason City; Mrs. Iva Henkle, a daughter, and Mrs. Violet Collinson, Elmore; Mrs. A. G. Gates, Milwaukee; Louis French, Iowa City; Bruno Ristau, Kansas City. Mrs. J. F. Hamm entertained the Delta-Dek bridge club Saturday. High went to Mrs. W. F. Johnson; second, to Mrs. Mabel Phillips; travel, Mrs. Matt Wallukait. Guests other than members were Mrs. Harry Zigrang, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Elmer Gronbach, Mrs. Gail Berryhill, all of Livermore, and • Mrs. Otto Johnson and Mrs. Wallukait, Humboldt. A shower was given for Mrs. R, J. Oltman. Party for Past Matrons- Mrs. Ethel Aaronson, of Hardy, spent Friday here and attended a party for 0. E. S. past motvons at which Mrs. Karl Baessler was hostess at her home. Mrs. William King was also a guest. Tho women had an afternoon of 500, with Mrs. Gail Berryhill winning high. Others who received prizes were Mrs. John Olson, and Mrs. King. The home was decorated in Christmas colore. Women Hold Project J Mrs. Ernest Logue was hostess to a home project group Saturday. The lesson covered the cooking and serving of a dinner, Attending: Mesdames C. K. Howard, Frank Cox, Joseph Melavin, R. W. Beardsley, Harry Rutz, Harold Frederick, Bernard Fitzgerald, and Mrs. Marie Hanson. Two Aids Ifeld Bazaars — Two bazaars were held last week. The Presbyterian women cleared $100 at a supper and a sale. The Methodists drew one of the coldest nights of the week, which cut receipts to .$64. Cafe Is Well Decorated— Among earliest and most attractive business house Christmas dec- orations Is to be seen at the ii&vr Carrel cafe building. An entirely new set of decorations adorns the place. A miniature Christmas tree well laden and alive with electric lights, stands in one window. New Methodist Janitor— 'Charles Jennings, of the Methodist official board, has appointee a new janitor for the church Frank Telshaw. Other Livermore IVows. Mr. and Mrs. E. Reynolds, of Campbell, Minn., and their daughter Virginia, who had been visiting at the daughter Mrs. Leonard Trauger's, left by auto for Portland one day last week. From there they are to drive to California for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Edward .Opheim entertained Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Trauger. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tillson, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crist. WANT ADS Gift HOSE Beautifully sheer, clear, f ringless. Smartest shades. Kresensky's To Give You that "Christmas to Matelasses, crepes, rayon jerseys . . , frilly collars, dainty embroideries, accented bosoms- Important dresses with important details! Especially necessary for getting into the spirit of the holidays! . Kresensky's ZIPPER SKIRTS $2.98 TWEEDS! FLANNELS! \ Flared or pleated with. = new fitted lines, 'zip up' ; fronts- Come in misses', \ women's sizes. Kresensky's the'KingV CHRISTMAS . . . and for the "Queen's", too, we have the warm, cozy clothes they want and need. Make your selections now, while stocks are most complete. Snug Flannel Bathrobe ___$!.50 Toddlers' Dresses, white, colors $1.00 Knit Snow Suits with Cap $3.98 Broadcloth Party Dresses $1.98 CRIB BLANKETS 85c Fink and blue. Full crib size. Knitted Sacques _85c Buby Bonnets __$1.00 Knitted Bootees to $1.00 BABY BUNTINGS $2.95' With hood, zipper closing, pink and blue. Baby Chiinnvare Set $1.00 White with dainty nursery designs. Shoes Hosiery Visit the Children's De- pnrtment on our balcony, Choose your gifts from our complete stock, i «*ra«r*)$^^ SKY'S Dresses ^ SMOCKS 'n SMOCKS VAT DYED COLORS $1.98 Others from $1.00 to $3.98 Bright new smocks in multi-color vivid prints ... swirling full-skirted swing frocks . . . gifts pretty as they are practical! 12 to 20. ; Kresensky's THOSE GREAT BIG BED STAMPED BUDDED English Walnuts 1 CHEAP -.. •...'-. LONG'S

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