Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1937 · Page 6
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS W. B. Qunrton H. W. Millet (JUARTON & MILLEB Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 814 Algona, Iowa. JANE CARLSON THE BRIDE OF KANSAS CITYAN Ionian's Daughter Wed J. L. Attorney-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona. low* 8ULLJYAN, McMAHON & LUT* Aft J. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahou L. E. Llnnan Attorneye-at-Law Office In new County Mutual Bldg Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa HARRENGTOir & LOWE Attorneys-at-Law H. J. Harrington J. D. Low* Phone 287 R. j. H. 440 Office Ove; Postoffice E. J. TAN NESS, «. W. STELLMAJ Lawyers Office in new Helse Block. 213 Algona, IOWH Q. D. Shumway E. D Kelb 8HUMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office In Qulnby Block Phone 58 Algona, Iowa Swea City, Dec. 20 — At noon Saturday at Des Moines Jane Car" r^aSS; SEES ts ssi 7 en V^L?!?- !» the vestry^ e ves ~° n f regatlonal church, the of the bridegroom Following the ceremony a wed- , ea room ' and Deluded the wedding party were the par- Men to Serve at the Next Union M. & D. Club's Meet bride ' W f . n , e ' r " and Mrs. Wilfred Carlson, Swea City, and ^ ^ nis and grandmother of the bridegroom, all of Madrid. Mr and Mrs. Halsey are begin& °^ sek ^ e ? ing at Kansas cl ty. where Mr. Halsey is employed by tne fatate Finance corporation. *l ec ' 2 °-The Union ntinn n P ftUghters cl «b held Its annual Christmas party Thursday at Norma Bailey's, Mayme Steinman assisting. Considerable business was disposed of, as this was the first regular meeting since No- Silent Night, Holy Night, and the club song were sung, with Frances Winkel at the piano. Mrs. Mabel Tjaden presided at the meeting, Roll call was on favorite Christmas songs, and Dickens' Christmas Carol was reviewed by Mrs. Minnie Sarchet. The speaker of the day was unable to atteuc because of bad roads, so the sing ing of Adeste Fidelis closed th meeting. Twenty-five women attended and lunch was served. Club guests were Mrs. Floyd Gardner, of Plun Creek, and her grandson, Gar Robinson, Mrs. Cliff Aalfs, Algona and a son, Mrs. Fred Davis, anc Mrs. Geo. W. Boevers, Union. The next meeting will be a mid- Teachers, Collegians Coming— Teachers, college students, and others arriving this week for thejuary 13, and tne chll f^L™?™*™. ~ Minnie been invited. The men _ _ „....£} ,, 144 wc ^ U1JU~ day potluck luncheon at 12:30 at Earl Taylor's on Jan' T ,. "" ...v.u.i.iicia — ivunnie Looft, Fort Dodge; Effle Eckholm, JJes Moines, Geneva Berg, Swale- r5m M 5 rljorle Barger, Plum Creek, Edith Dahl, Fenton, Naomi Hewitt, A.I n*mt n 1^—it f*. ... *• it »v V | will have ----- ... , >bbu> J. llt ; 1UCI1 Will ilUVC charge of both program and lunch. The program chairman consists of Jos. Ricker find menu committee, Roy Sarchet; Bob Harvey t. A. WTNKEL County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Office In Qulnby Building Phone 180 H. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa Stale Bank Phone 206 Algona, T. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J; Res. 315 A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHIS01* Attorney 0 -at-Law Security State Bank Bldg Phone 251 Algona,' lows Farrington, Haifa, Florence Owens, Blue Earth; collegians- Donald Barger, State college, Den- cU Stockman, University of Minne- Everett Bexell, Gustavus 'hus, St. Peter, Minn., Clar- Roba, Augustana college Island, 111., D. W. Fults Jr. and Roy Bravender Jr., University T Doris Farrington, Hamil- MAUKICE C. McMAHOH Attorney-at-Law Office in Heise Bldg. Phone 325 Algona, Iowa POCTOBS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 C. H. CBETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith Block Phones 444-310 A] g° na Iowa MELYEV G. BOUENE Physician and Surgeon Office In Postoffice Block Phones: Office, 197; residence, 19« DENTISTS = DR. H. M. OLSON Dentist Located over Christensen Store. Phones: Business, 166; Res., 788 Algona, Iowa of :on business college, "Mason City Lucille Berg, Buena Vista, Storm Lake, Junior Hanifan, State Teachers, Cedar Falls, Karl Leland, Estherville junior college, Lucille Evans, State Teachers Gordon Haglund, Waldorf college Forest City, Merlin Larson, Ames. List of Christmas Committees- Christmas committees were named as follows at a meeting of the merchants' association in the council rooms last week Tuesday night- C>*1 M r?Tr .r] I r, .J. _ ! 1 i • _ . — _ ° Smith, Corwithi and Henry TJaden! West Burlington.i There was an exchange of gifts Newell, Bernice at Thursday's meeting, and a sil- rhomas Hanifan, ver offering of $3.75 was taken up Kessler, Dows, |and will be turned over to Nurse ""'•'" ™ Bonnstetter at Algona towards her school or milk fund. Charles Peter Seriously Sick— Charles^ Peter, former Union farmer, now of Cresco township, was reported seriously sick Thurs- day at the Kossuth hospital, fol- owing a major operation. He was, however, "holding his own." The Peters formerly had the C. D. Ward place. A son who is a minister in Oklahoma, came a week or so ago to be with his father. Busy Bee Club Meets— The Busy Bee club met Friday with Mrs. Carl Bahling, west of Hurt, A Christmas program was given and gifts were exchanged. Lunch in keeping with the season was served. The regular meeting date fell too near Christmas, so it was advanced. Deer Meat for Christmas— Mrs. Mame Winkel and her family will have real venison for - — ~.».^, i cin veumujl lor Christmas dinner. A nephew son of Mrs. Emma Douglas, In one of the Dakotas, shot a deer on a recent hunting trip and sent some of the meat down as a gift. Teutons to Quit Farm— The Arthur Pentons are going to quit farming. Mr. Penton's health s poor, the muscles of his heart laving been affected. John Penton has been doing the farm work, besides attending school. OTHER UNION NEWS. Mrs. Ben Gould attended the >aul Clark sale Thursday. Mrs. -lark is a sister-in-law of Mrs 'earl Gould-Rustrum, who lives in Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Potter and r. and Mrs. Tom Reid were uests recently of Mrs. Reid's rother, Roy Cook, Emmetsburg. The John Jacobs family, it is re- orted, will move to Austin, Minn., Harch 1. her mother, Mrs. Jennie McCrary and "Grandma" Barger. The Esther Circle of the Methodist Aid will meet Wednesday with Mrs. J. L. Vaux, and members are to take'artlcles for Christmas food baskets, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Carlson, with their daughter Jane, drove to Des Moines Thursday In preparation for the latter's wedding, The Methodist church choir gave a program of carols and other Christmas music nt a vesper service Sunday night. Lyle Skrommo was taken to Algona Monday, and Doctor Mlnkel performed an operation for appendicitis. The library will 'be open Friday afternoon instead of Saturday, which is Christmas day. A baptismal service was held at tho evening worship hour at the Baptist church Sunday. •Swea City defeated Armstrong in a basketball game at Armstrong Friday night. Bob Bell has two new Ford V-8 1938 cars on display in his show room. Lotto Creek was sold by tho Treasurer of Rod suth county, Iowa, to M, P. Weaver for taxes due and delinquent! And Certificate of Purchase at tax sale No. 537 issued; that under date of February 27, 1935, said Certificate No. 537 was assigned by aald M. P. Weave? 16 Ellsworth & Jones, tho hresont owners and holders of Rn iri Certificate; that the right of £ demptfon will expire and deed tw said real edlato will bo maSl h v the Treasurer of Kossuth county Iowa, unless redemption l s ' within ninety L. Hansen, candy distribution, E. V .\ T . S( \ Blomster, Carl Applequlsti Albert Swaneon; finance, G. O Anderson, Martin Dahl, Doctor Minkel, Henrietta Goff, Eleanor Peterson; ~ as Pel la Heler Ham stran croft; Rnp.k follows: Gladys Buerkins, ; John Roths, Boxholm; i Monson, Buffalo Center; et Crum, Tama; Doris New- d, Dayton; Agnes Olson, Ban- Beulah Gladstone, of Lone the daughter, Mrs. Edw. Gustafson. Wheel Breaks, Hits Peterson- Fred Peterson 'had to have stitches taken in his forehead one ™7i, "-«"""»• "mans, ui .LIUKC "iv* ittBi weeK, tne result of an ar>n,v- : H^en Maakelstad of Forest \ cldent. He was running an emory Rltv. c. nra pmi nB i, i,-!,-. and; wheel in his shop, when it broke ---* and a piece struck him. Signal Light Calls Nightwatch— n T> 11 i w , Cora Pollock, Rolfe; Pernita Gaarde, Oma Huff, Leonard Meyer, Whittcmore, i working for Edwin Lieb. Election of officers was held a the Lutheran church last wee Sunday: Martin Meyer, William Wetzel, elders to succeed them selves; EdVin Lieb, school boar to succeed himself; Arnold Meine new treasurer,- succeeding William Fuerstenau; Edw. Kuecker, truste to succeed himself; Walter Krause member finance committee to sue ceed Mr. Lieb; Andrew Kadlng cemetery committee to succeed himself. The Lutherans will have their Christmas program at the church December 24 in the evening, beginning at 7 o'clock. The program will be given by the children of the parochial school who recently broadcasted via WOI, Ames, under direction of William Schmiel, the teacher. Portland and , , Gerald Neimeyer, Armstrong. Supt. Shuler and Frances Dahl live here A blue signal light has been 1,0^ P ? ed in front of the telephone had exchange. Persons who want to S^JVKMffS.asSS-S^^ffi «" Thursday for Los Angeles and' ' ,, . —, —.«. v(°J^ nd ' ,° re V^ leren they wil1 1 Se y lars Wintering at Fairmont- Peterson; Santa Claus — Herman « a sl * ter of Mr - Benson. The I Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Seylar went o Bowman, A. J. Christensen. It wa" Bensons live at Brainerd, Minn. Fairmont Thursday to spend the vntoH tn^; n 4.«:i i_ ^. . . ' • - — *— * ------ ** w I.AII* Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfredson spent Wednesday with the Peter Godfredsons, near Bancroft, and attended a farm sale there. Tho John Snydesr held a neighborhood card party at their home last week Tuesday evening. lona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred God.frodson, is employed on a farm north of Algona. GEO. D. WALIUTH, I). D. S. General Dentistry Office in Postoffice Block. Phon e 20 Algona, Iowa KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Heise Bldg. Phones: Office 44, res. 116. DR. C. D. SC1IAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. , -_. „. v^j.*i *oi,ciaDv;il. 1[ VViirt voted to distribute this year's souvenirs, a memorandum roll, and a yard stick, from the Herald office during the week between Christmas and New Year's. Santa Claus will be here this week Tuesday. There will also be a dog and pony show. Schools to Close Tomorrow— The schools will be dismissed for the Christmas vacation Wednesday and will reopen Tuesday, January 4. The teachers will leave Wednesday for the holidays, Christmas Programs Planned— Sunday school Christmas programs will be given by the Methodist and Baptist churches Thursday at 7:30 p. m. and at the Immanuel Lutheran and Open Bible churches December 25 at 7:30 p. m. Johnsons to Visit Children- Mr, and Mra. Frank O. Johnson will spend the holidays at Minne- apolis with the sons Renold, Alfred, Arthur, and from ^^ - -—• -• M* w. •ocj'itli >v i^irmont Thursday to spend mo winter at their daughter Mrs. Arlow Carter's. The son John is expected to come from Chicago for Christmas. Feather Party is Announced— Fisher post of the Legion hold a feather party at the ua ,i this week^ Tuesday afternoon and evening. Turkeys, ducks, and geese will he offered. Other Swea City. Opal^ McCrary, assistant surgical "" "~ the Midway hospital, spend Chrismas with will hall NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RIGHT OF REDEMPTION TO IOWA NATIONAL BANK: You are hereby notified that on the 4th day of February, A. D. 1935, at the adjourned sale begun and publicly held on the first Monday of January, A. D. 1936, the following described real estate situated in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, to-wit: Lots One (1) and Two (2) in Block Twenty-eight (28), Richmond's Fourth Addition to Swea City, Iowa, •^witf?;^... .. . ;£>„,„ lf ....... ., Make Your Selections from the list below Toasters Coffee Makers $1.35 to 10'.50 Pyrex8t ^e h clec> $4.95 Heating Pads with 3-heat switch Mixing Bowls JR^ 7*5 3 color s, green, **•'*> yellow, blue *w» 85c Pyrex Dishes Plates 45c Bath Scales }& qt. casserole $1 $3.75 $5.95 Carving Sets Relish Dishes «1 TC *o P-«. Wlth glaSS insets $1.75 $3.50 $1.50 $1.95 Sporting Goods Punching Boxing Gloves Watches Skiis Ice Skates Coaster Wagons Coaster Sleds Velocipedes Hunting Knives Air Rifles Rifles Shotguns Reels Rods Flashlights Household Equipment] South Bend Ranges Monarch Ranges Perfection Stoves and Heaters Sunbeam and G. E. Food Mixers General Electric Refrigerators Dexter Washers Aladdin Lamps Stainless Steel Kitchen Ware Tree Lighting Equipment Aluminum and Enamel Roasters Kohlhaas & Spilles LOANS AND INSURANCE MCIITAGH & SON Farm Loans K en ] Estate Insurance and Bonds Qulnby Bldg. Pholle 105 Your Money's Worth in REAL ESTATE, HEAL ESTVTE LOANS, ANJ) INSURANCE .10 KL 31. HERBST Office over la. State Bk. I'hone !)3 Algona, Iowa See D. D. PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goods, and Automobile Insurance. Do not neglect your policy for often loss occurs when insurance lapses. VETERINA RUNS L. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W; Res., 475-B no wonder grandma says—"YOU'VE GOT SOMETHING iSv SHK^rXr 1 FUL «-YEAR...AND ANY THREE MAGAZINES IN THIS LIST "•"--, AND RETURN WITH COUPON) 1 yr . l yr DBIade & Ledger _ i „ QCloverleaf Am. 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