Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1937
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21, 1537. LAD'S •ING STIRS •MEMORIES Hcirl of Long Writes of the ^^R': •ndersons. Hplc Gray Bowyer. ^B Calif.. .Dec. 15—Fun^K for Frank Henderson ^Kted by the Methodist ^Bre, and a fine tribute jHhi by a friend. He was ^Bhmona's beautiful cem- ^Bf. floral offerings were ^Bautlful I have seen at ^B A floral tribute sent ^•rlends was a huge bas^•W pompom chrysanthc- ^•delphineums, and yel- ^H besides the greenery, ^•akcn to the home and ^K comfort to Mrs. Hen- ^Bher son Melvin. ^Hersons came to Po- Hf3, and till last summer, ^Ks sold, Mr. Henderson ^K vegetable and fruit ^H late he has been su- ^•justodian of the builrt- Hbona college at Clare- ^•niles from Pomona. Hid complained of pains H|t for some time, but •jeemcd to be In his us• Melvin and Melvln's ^Kecn at the Henderson BUnner the night before IK Mrs. Henderson was •in the night by his •thing and called a doc- Hfore Frank had reached •1 he died. •as born at Algona Scp- •879. His mother's death • eight days before his •pg, brought back to me •of my young girlhood. Bacckart and her family •s tlie street from my • west of the Episcopal • remember her marriage • Henderson. They be- Meeping in a tiny "cottage •d on the bank of a ra- K used to run through a •lo part of the town. No Bis ravine is now left, for Bb filled up. The cottage •re the Tony Anderson • stands. As that wed- Bhc first I knew about, it Kmpression on me. Hie Cady is now the last •pily of six. There were Kite, Elsie, Frank, Minnie, BJwhosG name I do not re- Krbis boy and Minnie both Bl epidemic, which I think •et fever. Their passing Bat grief to their mother, •pnderson was a sister of Bl, wife of Judge Call. An- per was Emma Heckart, Br some years in Florida Be last summer. Emma B a private school at her •1870, and attending were Beorgc, and Mary "Em" pile and Elmer Colby, my •bio and Julius and Emma •es, the latter now Mrs. Brland, San Diego, •rischllles family had just • town, and Mr. Chrischil- wpened a drygoods store •o\v the Advance shop •Ho soon moved a few iutli, and the store was Bed to State street, into a K building. Later, with I A. Call, he built the Bosit, where The Chrischilles I still conducted under lent of the grandson Thco- • Herman Hauberg. ilater taught in the public •[There were two brothers, I farmer, and Calvin, bet- in as Cal, who married a •Mrs. A. D. Clarke and op- Igrocery store at the cor- •tate and Dodge streets, |e old Geo. L. ( Galbraith •stands. He went to the i with my father. |«kart had a cabinet shop prd, and he made most of m walnut furniture of the I Our house had black wal- Joodwork, with elaborate [made by Mr. Heckart. He Ik hair and eyes and was pie jolly nature as Frank. fc addressed me by singing, Pile! Ho, Nellie! Listen |!" for I was the one in usually sent across the borrow saleratus, a little to make vinegar, or r else was wanted that we ftt the moment, have. nue Agent to e Stationed Here 'reasury department, Inter- enue division, will have a "it deputy collector start Algona, starting January "s F. Fritz will be trans- e. He has been station, Dodge for the last few 1 has been working coun- mnd there. From now on care of Palo Alto, and Humboldt counties. c <> for this department will a east basement of the new 6 building. Persons need- 1 will be able to obtain '< flanks and other supplies [' for the Social Security other federal taxes, and « will render any asslst- "n in making out tax re- »——— l%s at Botary. ,*• woofls and Arthur 00 h of the C. C. C. camp wort and both of Ocheyi>- wtalned the Rotary club noon with songs accom- ? mouth organ, guitar, and 'gan and guitar simuitau- n 7;, Wayne Hardman, com- i UI the camp, and Edwin A. superintendent, . N °- 8, Wesley Christmas program evening. Lunches will A ">rt6fef te teacher- nf a* VU* ' of Sexton. KOSStTTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA TRIBUTJ Plum Creek, whore I w , s born, has lost an j K J. Keen. No one can live tho beautiful life of Mr. ftI1 rt°Mr 8 ° A. J Keen unless it i* i ivotl n the Lord. Would that their example worn follow." more closely and that motto, "Live and let. were bettor adhered tho ii vc " to by C. H, BLOSSOM, BURT'S MAYOR, PASSES AT Liver at Algona for Many Years Before Life at Hurt. Mr. (ind Mrs. P'ds, his H. Ley, proprietor of a garaee at Lakota, drove to Grinncll Friday and brought up his daughter Betty, Joyce Christensen, and Bob U Dewel, Grinnell collego freshmen who are spending the holidays •"• their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Eklund, Minneapolis, Arnold Roupe, Cedar Ra- arvey Ue ,1 A ,' ' rs - ' y ' an r •it Fort I o L Cl ,° n Ucid wore V' Wltwer ' Mastm Cit y> moss iniMsinn lhur «J«y on a bua- Christmas gueste of Mrs. ll,mv«lT nroni> 'ctor of o.nd Mr. and Mrs. will be C. E. Eklund, f'?t. C k.-tlro~ m a". ndry> <U1(1 Will!ami Roupe, mother of . Arnold, and Mrs. Wltwer. •T. rullcr attended an auto of llin'unf-ii'v ' £''° " ow '"embers ,accessory show at Chicago from a Knihli-rn I'vann t i ? ee1 ? &g ° ATnuraday tnl las t week Mabel Sorensen, her sister, T <" Korlios PI \I stutlont nurse 1 ^"day. All of the Seig Ft. Dodge Kennedy, Hutehinson, Kans a for a week wit] ]"", cume Sui "Iay ?"• salesmen, of which Mr. Fuller i ter-in-law, Frances Sorensen, E and Mrs. R. A E ,,.„ ' with her will spend tho week-end imrcnts, Mr. and Mrs, L. farmers. are pnronlK of a 7-lb. girl, hor n 1-iM wnck m fh,, General Sho i °8Pa. •Sho has boon named Judith Kay. iorncy J. I). ]„„,, wlll ^ c MI-N. day with iiis Uiver Falls, Wis. Lll . ,1 "•-. 'vivi;i riLJIH, Shcrilf and Mrs. Casey Loss '•"rued Friday from Dos whore they attended n. C. T-T. Blossom, Hurl. R.| nf second goneration of KoWiith neers, diod at 0:30 Snnilnv ov-" ing. Recently, after having },im»" Put on tho storm windmv" , his homo, he siirfcrod a ROV^C heart ftltack, and ],!„ (Ioilth is .„. trlbutcd to hoar! failure . ] Funeral services will 'bo conducted tomorrow, Wednesday <n i P. m., and burial will be mad.' h Rverview cemetery here. Masonic >'" ',7° '• rites are planned. j I'ranccs Hdiitrh, student at Mr. Blossom's passing mother, is a member, traveled together. The show was held on the Navy pier.' Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard had hoped to bring their daughter Barbara home from the Carroll hospital for Christmas, but she will not he ready to leave for another week or two. The local Haggards will probably spend Christmas with her. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Meidke, of the Algona hotel, will leave tomorrow (Wednesday) for Moline, - sheriffs' convention Wednesday and Thurs- Mrs. Susie Un ff l(.r is now at Chicago, where .she is spending a couple of months with her daughter Her address is G15 Addison re« ! 111., whore they will visit their Mnines,' respective parents, Mrs. August Meidke and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Giles, during the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Francis Lohorpan will another link between the Algomi of the 70s and that of tho pi^enl He came hero in 1878 an 1 had lived in Kossuth 5!) voars. H ! ilto University, spend Christmas day with her hus- |band, who is now employed at DeB Moines in a Walgreen drug store. She is the former Inez Potter, and the she clerk (her old job) at the come some- James drug store during the pre.. ,.. •• timo this week for the holidays holiday rush. Will) llPf J. Hough.' Lillian . Mr. and Mrs. E. A. if. Stock and his daughter Bernice will spend Christmas at junior 'nigh tho former's son Kenneth's, Sioux Born in Cook county, 111., Aug-! tciic , hor ul - Donison, will come Wed- City. Kenneth is still state editor ust_ 9, 1853, Mr. Blossom was of; n . ( !f. tUly ° r Thursday for two wcr-ks on the Sioux City Journal. He has' Maine stock on his father's side and of Pennsylvania slock on "his mother's. Tho family came to Iowa in 1861, and tho parents died at f)2 and S(i respectively. er county. In 1878 lie cjimo heic and with his brother, tho late .1. R. Blossom, conducted a produce They or:r;u- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. been with that paper ten years and I'niivnur i_.. i -.. - _. F. Granzow. has charge of the work of 165 cor- Mr. and Mrs, Carl Pearson, both ' respondents of the courthouse, will spend 1'liillip Ile'rRflcld, son of Mr. and . ...... _ ________ uiji Christmas day with Mr. Pearson's Mrs. C. W. Bergfield, who attends The son was educated in i/r'ciu- ' ' 1!lrt ''\!, Kl _ Ml \ , and Mrs ' G ' A ' Pear- the. state university,' came Saturday for the holidays. On Christmas snn, Bancroft. Omega Christmas with , ' and Jrrs - IIOUKO and creamery. pied a double - front, two-slorv j Om ° Ka is a salesw building, which once .stood across t(; » i ': istc . nsen s ^c. the road south from the WNAX ' ' " ll1 ""' *"" "'"' will spend day the Bergfields will be at Le her parents, Mr. Mars, guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Clarion. Clark, Mrs. Clark being a daughter at the of the elder Bergfields. | Kittt Pooler, Des Moines, and spent from William Dooley, West Bend, Wis., A ' M cGralh, saleswoman gflvS , , ., station near tho Mihvaulwe depot. ! Iilst woek JIonda >' tin Thursday at will come Friday for a few days For a time this was tho largest in-! Mr ' !lll(i Ml ' H - w «iHer J. Holdren's, with their parents, Country Restitution of flic kind in Iowa. The ' ncs MninPS - Pauline is Dr. P. V. corder and Mrs. J. J. Dooloy. Rita lao E. J. Murtagh, nephew of the Jause's office nurse. is a stenographer for the Old Age Kniii will come Christ-' Assistance Commission, and Will- Blossoms, was for a time their bookkeeper llnas ovo for three weeks with her , iam is a civil engineer. In 1879 Mr. Blossom moved to ' mol . hor> Mrs - Mflry J <ai ?: 3he . is a i Tlle Kev - F - Earl Burgess Burt. For many years he was' cashier there of the Burt National; bank. During his Burt residence' will I student nur.se at St. Mary's hos- go to Chicago next Monday night to attend a meeting of Methodist Mrytle lUismiisseii, Minneapolis supervisors of ministerial training. wi " come Tnurs day to spend the The conference will last three days. town's i Christmas holidays with Dr. and Mr. Burgess is chairman of the Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Mrs. Meyer and .ministerial training committee of trust, Miss Rasmussen are sisters. the Nothwest Iowa Conference. he held many positions of and at death he was the mayor. On January 1, 1881, 56 years ago come next week Saturday, Mr. Blossom and Carrie N. Thompson, - , - -- _• - .<.-..•.. ,.-,. -,, tho latter of the Jos. Thompson « ie f "™f s ^nta, Mr. and Mrs. days with her mother Mrs. pioneer family, were married at j ? oy ,.™! r ; 'Mrs. Norman Walker Lusby. Mr. and Mrs. Lusby Algona, and Mrs. Blossom, with ,a ! daughter Nina, Mrs. Lester L. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker will Marguerite Dal/iel, Kewanee, 111., spend Christmas at Sioux City with arrived Monday to spend the holi- and | is the former Helen Goeders. Marguerite will go to Des Moines Margaret Floyd, Armstrong, for Christmas day with Attorney Clement, Ames, survives. Ex-Lu Verne 'Youth Honored at Party | Burdotte T. Agard and A. H. Stock, here, and Walter Lockwood, Burt, atcnded an Equitable Life Assurance Co. district banquet at spent Friday night with her uncle and Mrs. H. Pierce Witmer. Mrs. nnd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Akre. Witmer is a daughter, of-^Ir. Lus- She had been spending a month by. j with relatives at Cedar Rapids. ' Mrs. Thos. Akre and her son .MY. a nil Mrs. Olaus Johnson, of Donald will spend Christmas at Eagle Grove, were Sunday dinner Chicago with Charles Akre, another guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carol John- son, and his wife, Chas. is now em- KOII. Carol, a son of the Johnsons, : ployed there in the tax department is manager of the DX oil station of the Chicago Trust and Bond Co. hero. The J. Fullers will the Wahkonsa hotel. Fort Dodge, Christmas at Belmond with Mrs. aunt. Mrs. Ella Wagner will accompany spend Mrs. Akre and Donald to visit an Wednesday. The event was in honor of A. Lloyd Spooner, who re- Fuller's niece, Mrs. Harvey John- j Mrs. R. F. McCullough, Newton, son, and her family. Mrs. Johnson who had visited here at her son W. contly resigned as district mana- j ownfl an(1 operates a garage at Be!- G. McCullough's three weeks went ger, son of the late Doctor Spoon-! mon( j. er, Lu Verne. Mr. Spooner and his j ji r< ' am i }frs. Harold Falkenhain- home last week Sunday. She has three, other children, all daugh- family will leave after Christmas j,,,,_ Anamosa, with their daughter i ters; Florence Downing, Riverside; to attend_a company convention at | T,i n da, will come Thursday for the ' Mrs. Marie French, Berkley, Mrs. " in January, • after j ] 10 ij ( i a y s w ith Mr. and Mrs. D. H. I Maine Massina, Gleudale, all are in will spend several j Gowlers, parents of Mrs. Falkcn- California. Mr. and Mrs. 'Maynard Stophen- son, Arnold Park, will spend the the hainer. Miami, Fla., which they weeks there or elsewhere in South. When they return Spooner, will devote his time to I ] 0 f t ( 01 . home Saturday, after two : week-end with Mrs. Stephenson's personal production at " Dodge for the Equitable. Mr -! Mrs. F. L. Voas, Hitchcock, -S. D., Fort months hero with her sister, Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. De- AVilliam Shirley. Mrs. Voas and Graw. Despite the weather, some her husband have farmed 26 years ; progress has been made on the big near Hitchcock. erald, Wis., left Friday, following week with their son, Loren Lar- Mother of Farmer Near Burt Passes Mrs. Douglas Steurtz, 70, moth-1 son,"and his wife. The local Mr. er of Earl Miller, farmer south of, Larson is bus driver between here Burt, died last week Tuesday eve-and Fort Dodge, nine at her home at Boone, and 1 Frances Duffy and Irene Mc- Se Millers wont down Thursday' Donnell visited at their respective [or the'funeral, burial being made homes at Whittemo^ over^the at Boone. Mrs. Steurtz was well- known south of Algona, where she had often visited two months at a time at her son, Earl's. Earl formerly lived in the Cresco neighborhood. Mrs. Steurtz is survived by two sons and six daughters. Holstein Sale is Success. .The Rev. Geo. H. Wossel, Burt, lakes sewage disposal project, of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Larson, Em- \ which Mr. Stphenson is in engln- weck-end. Frnces is a stenographer at the courthouse, and Irene is a beauty operator. Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Raney visited their son Hoyt and his family at Wesley Sunday. Hoyt is a veterinary there. Mrs. Mary Lalng ac- connanied the Raneys to visit a cousin, Mrs.-Robert Dutton. Itcrt llnndall, who had been em- wrHes tiia't hlsTHoisteln sale wo-itj ployed at Brook's Market, off satisfactorily, but that he de- fol . the last year sires correction of a statement m his Advance advertisement thai his herd ran back to 90 years of breeding One-third of that time w«s the' fact. The error got past proofreaders when it was sent to press before it had been read and eoi- rected. School Program Announcc-d. Thirteen pupils in Dist. No. 2 Whiemore township, will present I ' VIiluu , mVtiiT«uH«v five-! again Thursday Britt, started work at the Sorensen he worked two grocery, where years prior to the Britt job .11 r. and Mrs. W. E. Carlson, Swea City, will spend Christmas at the parental John Carlson's \V E is an insurance sales,„„,„' and' is a brother of Adah Carlson, city clerk, and Ellen Carlson, R N. here, man a Christmas and Ruth Robinson is teacher. HOSPITALS Swea KOS3UTH Dec. 13-Lyle Skroinine, Ci D y ec SU 15-Lueila Schmidt, of Lone RoSsurgical; Irene Reclce, Wes- Thursday eve- Deration, has had the op--' " hn eration and is doing well, but his family had not learned up to last week-end when he would come ll0 Leighton and Lawrence Misbach will go to Emmetsburg Christmas day and there join Attorney and MM. Carl Spies, all thence going to Graettinger, where they will be guests of Carl's parents, Mr. and ley, surgical. Dec. 17— Florence Householder, Oesterreicber, eering charge, The Bev. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman will entertain guests during the holidays: Mr. Muhleman's brother, T. Lee Muhleman, Perryville, Mo. a retired farmer, who came Wednesday, the 15th; the other Mrs. Alice Vennunk, of Los Angeles, who will arrive tomorrow to spend the, winter. Mrs. Muhleman and Mrs. Vennunk are sisters. Mabel Crafty, Minneapolis, teacher in the Seward school there, will come for the Christmas holidays at her sister Mrs. C. B. Murtagh's. Her father, R. I. Cratty, who lives with the Murtaghs, has been sick since Thursday, but Is -much improved. Mr. Cratty will be 85 in February. The Murtagh daughter Betty, of Iowa City, will be here. Irene Capeslus, cashier in a Sears-Roebuck store at Mason City, will spend the- week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cape- slus, farmers southeast of Algona. The Capesius son Edward, atudent at Ames, will come Wednesday for the holidays. Irene and Edward are sisters and brother of Mrs. Julius Winkel, here, and af Evelyn Capesius. I)r. and Mrs. Geo. D. Walrath and Mrs. A. Spies. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton will spent Christmas day with Mrs. Hilton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. kalbrook, Mason City. Mrs Hilton is employed at Brown's studio, and her husband travels for a Minneapolis firm. Principal and Mrs. John G. McDowell will go to Shell Hock sometime this week for a few days with Mrs McDowell's people, and win probably spend Christmas day with a sister and a brother of Mr. Me Dowell at Waterloo. Margaret^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars,. will come Thursday or Friday for the holidays. She is a post-graduate student at Chicago university and as a' part of her course teaches aa art (the'dr little daughter Jean spend Christmas day with will Mrs. Walrath's father, Mr. John Helm, Dubuque, and will attend a dance at' the Dubuque club that evening, Twelve couples have been members of this club for many years, and each couple makes a special effort to come back each year. The group is still intact. Mr. and Mrs. Sigard Fardal, of Adel, will come today (Tuesday) for the holidays with Mrs. Fardal's parnts, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Mr. Fardal is music instructor in the Adsl high school, and he held a similar position at Burt for a number of years. Mrs, Fardal is the former Margaret Blossom, who was music teacher in the Fenton schools prior to mar- 1<lg era Old Wends of Mrs. C. R. Sheets, who lived here many years, will be interested to know that she is now living at 700 First street North, St. Petersburg, Fla. Word was received here this fall tbflt *be planned to move to Ricbjnood, Va., to live with relatives, Tiut she changed Plans because of illness in that family and remained at St. Petersburg, where she has lived manv years, Mr. anil Mrs. Ralph Loss, Bremerton. Wash., daughter Marjorle, and son James, who recently left for home, after three weeks here with Ralph's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loss, his wife's parents, Mr and Mrs. B. E. Norton, and Ralphs brother, Sheriff Casey Loss, stopped at Lawton for a week-end at Mrs. Loss's brother Elwood Norton's. Ralph owns and operates a grocery store. liownmn presented her pupils in a program Wednesday evening at the new Plum Creek Center school, whcih has already been used for several programs •and other community gatherings. Attending from Algona were Mrs. Mabel Sorensen, her sister, Ruth Kenned a sis-' , Ellen Pommerening, and Thelma Blinkman, the last-named clerks at the Sorensen grocery. Dorothy McNeil, teacher in Plum Creek township, will present her pupils in a program this (Tuesday) evening at 8 o'clock at the new Center schoolhouso, which, it is expected, will henceforth be used for many school programs given 'by the teachers and pupils of other schools in the township. Lunches and home-made candy will be sold tonight. Genevieve Altwegg is now teaching in the new school building. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, with their daughters Joan and Cathryn, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish, daughter Jean, and son Jerry are at Iowa Falls today to attend Beamish's the funeral and Mrs. of Mrs, Stewart's grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Beamish. The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Mrs. Stewart and her baby daughter Joan will remain there till after Christmas, the rest returning but back for Christmas. CARNIVAL AT BURT SCHOOL BIG SUCCESS Sum of $180 Cleared for the School's Activity Fund. Hundreds attended a carnival at l.he Hurt schoolhotise Friday evening, $180 was realized, which has been added to the high school activity fund. The fun began in the.gymnasium where a negro minstrel show was staged by the boys' glee club. Geo. Becker was "white-man" jokester, with six "Negroes," played by Floyd Stott, Harold Weiske, Kirby Smtih Jr., Arnold Anderson, Harold Long, and Alvin Godfredson. The rest of the glee club, all in Negro costumes, chimed in with song, and Floyd Stott gave a few tunes on his "singing turnip'", Harold Long on his harmonica, and Alvin Long on the guitar. Following the minstrel show the audience went to another part of the building, where three sideshow attractions were in progress — a German Band; and athletic show, featuring wrestling and boxing; and a one-act play, Two Old Maids and a Tub, played by Ruth Thompson, Wilma Riddle, Luella Weiske, Mary Jean Rachut, and Doris Morness. After the side-shows, the audience descended to the gymnasium where booths, stands, and a palm reader, were waiting, eyerything being carried out in carnival style. TT ir -IT i • , n , ' Tne climax of the evening was H. M. Holcniak, Spokane, Wash., rca ched when the high school was recently an over-night guest of queen, Virginia Patterson, was the .1. J. AVadleighs, who moved In- crowned. Miss Patterson is a i°,, ? W> J u Bounle residence last j un i 0 r and is the daughter of ex- fall from their farm for the win- senator and Mrs. Geo. W. Patter- TUESDAY—TODAY She dared what many women only dream ONE MORE ADVENTURE MARLESE DIETRICH, HERBERT MARSHALL In "ANGEL" Wednesday— Thursday Matinee ter months. Mr. Heleniak, a bro- sou. Margaret Ringsdorf, daugh- thcr of Mrs. Wad eigh, is vice-pres- t er of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, ident of a Portland Cement Co., plaCG[1 se cond, and Viola Trenary, and he had been at Chicago to at- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas tend an executive meeting. This Trenary, was third. .All three are company supplied -the Coulee dam £rom Portland township. Lula Du- project with 500,000 carloads of gan was senior candidate, and Justice Parsons, 79, Brother of Algon- ian, Dies at D. M. Justice James Parsons, 79, of the state supreme court, died Thursday, and burial with Masonic honors took place at Des Moines Saturday. He had been critically sick for some weeks, Mrs. J. M. Moore here was his sister, and she is now the- only member of her parents' children left. She made several trips to Des Moines while Mr. Parsons was sick, and Mr. and Mrs. Moore, their sons Marc, James and Donald, with the daughter, Mrs. D. C. Gardner, and her husband attended the funeral, which drew a large attendance, including many state notables. Want Ads MAJOR BOTTLED GAS MAR' kets will enfranchise a local distributor within the next few weeks. If interested in going into this rapidly expanding business write Advance. 25pl4 $100 DISCOUNT ON NEW 1938 Plymouth cars to clear out stock for inventory. Get yours. —Hoenk Motor Service, west of Courthouse. 21ul4 popular vote of their respective classes. The carnival, the first of its kind at Burt in 13 years, was considered a huge success. cement. Mrs. W,adleigh entertain- Norma Jean Rash Iresl]man ' candi . ed at 7 o'clock dinner a week ago aate . T he girls were chosen by Friday honoring her brother, and out-of-town guests were the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Hancock, Lu Verne. Bntterinaker I. L. Seeman accompanied Oral Bonstad, Graettinger, Selmer Nelson, Lost Island, and IPeiter Kromar, Emmetsburg, to Ames Thursday morning to attend an educational scoring contest. Contest are conducted every month and at the end of the year a final contest is held to determine best buttermakers. Three buttermak- ers and officials do the judging and pick tubs they think best. The idea originated at Berlin, Germany, and is much easier than the old method, whereby individual scoring was done. Thursday afternoon Mr. .Seeman • and M.. P. Christiansen attended a monthly meeting for section 6 buttermakers ' at Ralph Bartlett's, Whittemore, and 35 men were here. Girls Win Medals on Making Dresses Some of the home economics pupils In the local' high school were entered in a national dressmaking contest, and dresses they made were judged Thursday at the schoolhouse. Bernice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reaper, won a gold medal for the best dress, and Ellen Anderson received a silver medal. Bernice's dress will toe sent to New York for the national contest, the winner there will get a free trip to Hollywood. * Stop Sign Fines Get Boost to $5 Henry Muller, Whittemore, was fined $5 plus $2 costs .Saturday by Justice Welter for failing to obey a stop .sign. The arrest was made by Patrolman A. E. .Sterzing. Fines for this sort of fracture of the law have been boosted to a point where anyone who has to pay feels and remembers It. Long's Wishes Everyone A MERRY CHRISTMAS FRI.-SATUR., DECEMBER 24-25—CHRISTMAS LIONEL BARRYMORE, ROBERT YOUNG JAMES STEWART, in "1MVY BLUE AND GOLD" Plus Ainericnn Legion New York City Convention SUNDAY AND MONDAY, DECEMBER 26 AND 27 CLAUDETTE COLBERT in "TOVARICH" Hood's IGA Store Phone 355 Specials Free Delivery Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ENGLISH WALNUTS New^ Crop. 2 Lbs _________ 29c BOASTED PEANUTS Fresh. 2 Lbs.: _______ 1 9C BULK DATES Fancy. 1 5c CHRISTMAS CANDY Hard Mix. i Lb._ 10c MARSHMALLOWS Fresh. L b _______ __ 1 5c PEANUT BRITTLE No. 1 Fresh. 2 Lbs _________ 1 9c 1 1 It's December 1937 and Christmas i And Now We Come to one of those rare moments in life when one may forget the daily routine and the details of everyday^ business. It is the time of year when one feels a friendly kindness toward all the world. A sincere desire to make others happy. To create good cheer. And we wish we had the gift to be able to tell you truly, how much we really mean to convey, in this old-fashioned Christmas Greeting to you and yours. May the coming New Year be the most prosperous, happiest, and healthiest you have ever known. Zender & Caldwell P . m Minnesota otatoes r;; 1 ;,!;: 1 .'".'!. 99 C CHOCOLATE CHERRIES Lb. box 21 c 1 CHOCOLATE DROPS Lb.. 10c MINCE MEAT Pkgs 1 9C MIXED NUTS 1 Lb., No. 1 __ 21 c CRANBERRIES Lbs.. 27c 8 GRAPEFRUIT Large for_. 25C O Medium Size ranges 25sns,...88c HEAD LETTUCE Large for. 15c CELERY 1 5C and 1 8C 1 LARGE ORANGES 126 Size. Doz._ 35c SWEET POTATOES Fancy. 4 Lbs 23c Pure Lard 'i 21 c BEEF ROAST PORK SAUSAGE i* ..15C BEEF TONGUE i* - 13c SLICED BACON Lb 25c OYSTERS LIGHT QUARTERS Wfo BEEF Per Lb. > IT 01 Advance an Ideal Christmai GIFT

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