Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1937 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1937
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Josephine Stanton's Saturday evening. Cards furnished Husbands Are Club Guests— The Plum Creek Literary society COUNTY APVANCB. ALOOKA, IOWA held Its annual" VnqueT'aT°The '-"-'°? ?- hloh refreshments ™°™ Mrst Lutheran church, Algona, . Wednesday evening, December 8., 1'arty for Telephone Girls ten e d nsme ^ erS rn entertalm)d tlle hu - Oertrude KucSeuS" enter- wnt inclSSn* f. erS ° nS T' C Dr °- telnod the telephone operators at nvnt', includln f th ° guests. The an annual Christmas party at lior P1 ? sia , m consisted of < two vocal home Monday evonln ' Follow i™ f olos_by Mrs. M. G. Bourne, who ^evening of B^'a exSnge party Wednesday evening. Three tables were In play. Mrs. Lloyc Wellendorf, Mrs, Russell Cook, and Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll won prizes Mrs. Walter E. Roberta entertained the Thimble club and the husbands at 6:30 dinner last evening (Monday). Bingo was the diversion. Tho club, first of Its kind to be organized here, has been operating two years. Mrs. M. P. Weaver entertained at 1 o'clock luncheon Saturday at her home, and covers were laid for I am not sure leans ought to lie keen for christ. He has icon flirting Buy for "HER" Where "SHE" Buys The Chrischilles Store wa« accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Leota Geigel; a rending by Mae Sill and.an address by Mrs H. C. Houghton, Red Oak, who spoke on war and peace. Mrs. Houghton was introduced by Mrs Kate McCorkle, chairman of the program committee. Mrs H E Woodward, Whlttemore, president of the county federation, was a club guest. The next meeting will be at Mrs. McCorkle's on Wednesday, December 22, and this will be a Christmas party, with members exchanging gifts. Each member is also to take o. 25c gift to be sent to an orphans' home. P. K. 0. Husbands Entertained— • t h» P. E. O. sisterhood enter- held The Chrischilles Store Open evenings except Christmas Eve. ,. . — • oiotui uuuu enter- talned the husbands at the Hotel Algona at 7 o'clock dinner and a M T n w W Thuraday evening. Mis. T. H. Chrischilles, Mrs. M. G. te ', an £ Lucia were the «>£ mittee in charge. The tables were decorated In Christmas style with the poinsettia, Christmas flower as center-piece at each table. Covers were .laid for 50. Following din- of gifts was held. Carnival Dance Is Planned— A carnival dance will be num Christinas night (Saturday) at the V. F. W. hall, Algona. The Algona Rhythm club will furnish music. There will be horns, hate, noise- bakers, etc. Bake Sale Dig Success— The Good Hope Aid had an annual bake sale and bazaar a week ago Saturday at Mrs. Setchell's mil linery store, $45 worth of cook ery was sold. Other Society. Mrs. L. M. Merritt entertained eight. Following lunch bridge was :he diversion, with Mrs. W. G. Mc- ::ullough and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer winning prizes. Wllma Kapp entertained at a farewell dinner Sunday at the | were to run on 1 home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp, honoring Alice Zcig- As a J. M, Jonson, Seneca, Ex*lte prescntatlvc, oil Farm • ,T. li, Jet sen, of Seneca Township. I noticed in an ._. „ , ____ a coupljp of weeks ago that you seem 'willing to Ilcan nomination this district lute without ft cpnlesj. tirely too much administration tc grossman ho would Imvo to change his parly nffillat on and run as a . ----- ,.-1-, ------ ....,-, ...... uu ... v . o - ii.,, |nn t,jf ULiiiitLt \Jii ler, who will be marnaJ on tho Now Deal democrat. 26th (Sunday). Ardolla Hovoy al- The circus goi so attended. ... .-'ig on in Washington under the. julse of farm legislation is nothing but a sham hat- Barber and Mrs. Henry Furst en- tertalned at 6 o'clock dinner Thurs- tie. We need a farm program; day evening, and guests were there is no question about that. Messrs, and Mesdames Chris Wai- But what they an going to give Is luha.lt, Frank Mast, and Hans Wai- not the solution. They arc not ukalt, the latter couple of Rutland, oven starting win re tho trouble Is Mrs. Glen Roland will entertain I located, her Sunday school class at her «« ™ group went to Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer'e. where M. Cerney, Mason City, gave a travel talk in costume on Iial/, Port- SH'I Czefch ° alov akia, and Jugo- slavia, following which Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cretz- S r ';- Played a piano selection, Reflection on the Water," by De I Normal Training Banquet ^ T\ - For the Most Important Member o£ any Family —the Baby Chrischilles Store You'll find in our complete and up-to-the-minute in- tants department appropriate gifts for the "most important member of the family." Unusual, hard-to-find items like bottle warmers dis- tmctiye rattles, individual apparel-all these are here tor your Christmas. Artistically boxed - a thoughtful gift from a Quality Store. Opening Evenings except Christmas Eve. , i ., -'-wiiin, UllLtU UUUUU at a bridge and Christmas party at her home Wednesday evening The guests were Mesdames L E Hovev Owen Nichols, G. D. Brundagel John Dutton, A. W. Amunson, Henry Becker, and E. W. Evana, the latter a special guest, the others c ub members. Mrs. Amunsoa won high, and Mrs. Dutton was low. Following bridge a two-course dinner was eerved. Mrs. H. L. Hoenx. acd Mrs. Albert Granzow entertained at a buffet supper Sunday at tha Hoenk home in honor of their respectiv husband's birthdays. Bridge w.i the diversion, with two tables in Play. Mrs. W. J. Fuller was high for women, Mr. Fuller, for men Mrs. F. E. Sawyer was low. Mrs. W. A. Vigars entertained It is freely adnltted that about one-third of the icople are Ill-fed, country home Wednesday evening. .... .„,, ... _„, Tho Methodist Homebuilders S..S. ill-clothed, Ill-housed. That knocks class will have a Christmas party | the theory of a at the church,the same evening. Epworth League board members were entertained at G o'clock dinner by Rev. and Mrs. F. Earl Bur- cocked hat. The overproduction, sumption. . . . I think Borah's gess at the parsonage Sunday eve- nearer to solving lor soniG ysflrs bfick an annual normal training in their honor a week COUELL'S LIVE STOCK FRIDAY, DEC. 24 Fair Grounds, Algona Sale Every Friday 9nn ^ Ve , had a splendid sale last week More than 200 head of live stock which sold real good Owing to the short days we must start sale promptly Tf P. m. Please take note and bring your stock to thi barn earlier. We sell it in the oS^r that if arrives It is to your advantage to be in early. You can see your stock sold before the crowd starts leaving The barn is crowded with men. A lot of good buyers always present. You can do as well hefe as anywhere else selling your stock. Do not hesitate with your fat ones. Competitive bidding among the better buyers assures you of getting their value. Boars Can sell a few horses at a fair price. We are planning on another good sale here Friday. Bring in your stock. You will be satisfied with he results Settlements promptly. One man brought his entire herd of cattle, 22 head. ««uugui H. M. Colwell, Mgr. COLWELL BBOS., Aucts. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk. Barn Phone 898. •el u -~~»* Jiuiiui «, weeit uuo Friday evening in the high school ecoomics room. This year's class Piesented a program after the banquet. A violin solo - TOB given by Hazel Jenkinson, a Christmas story, by Helen Lee; Christmas songs by a chorus of girls; and a one-act play, The Lost Christmas by a group of normal training girls. Miss Wilson was in charee of the banquet and program. Shower for Algona Bride-to-Be— Evelyn Busch was honoree at a miscellaneous shower Friday at Mrs. Emil Sorenson's, Convith 30 neighbors and other friends attending. The honoree received many gifts. Miss Busch will be married Christmas eve to Anker Lorsen of Corwith. Anof.her miscellaneous shower, a surprise, was given last week Tuesday by 30 Algona friends at Mrs. Oliver Bakken's, and the lonoree again received many gifts The wedding will take place at Martin Larsen's, Corwith. IVa-tan-ye Party This Evening— The Wa-tan-ye club will hold ts annual Christmas party tonight Tuesday) at the home of Bertha Johnson, Laura Mitchell assist- ng. There will be tin exchange of ifts. The club met for an inform- 1 party last week Tuesday even- ig at the home of Lulu Huenhold, Beulah Larson assisting, and the evening was spent at sewing, handwork, and a game, Chinker-Checks. Light refreshments were served. Dinner for Standard Oil Men — W. H. Rckey, manager for the Standard Oil company in this district, entertained at G:30 dinner at the Hotel Algona Saturday evening, honoring agents ,i.nd their wives from Lakota, Titonka, Forest City, Buffalo Center, Rake, Wesley, Britt, Thompson, Crystal Lake, and Algona. Dinner Honors Miss Knunpe— Minnie J. Coate and Mrs. Hortense Ferguson entertained at G:30 dinner Thursday evening at the Algona Hotel, honoring Leone Krampe, who is to be married in the Christmas holidays. Guests were teachers who used to teach at the Bryant school building. Covers were laid for 12. Birthday Club Has 7 Party— Mrs. Walter Dale entertained her Birthday club at a Christmas party at her home Thursday afternoon. I he afternoon was spent at bridge, and Mrs. James Watts won high, Mrs. John Storm won travel, and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson was low Following bridge the members exchanged gifts. -Missionary Society Meets— The Methodist missionary society met Thursday at 2:30 at the church. Mrs. Anton Didriksen was leader and gave a reading on The Journey to Bethlehem. Mrs. Rising led in singing Christmas carols, following which a business meeting was held and light refreshments were served. Anns to J»p> Entertained— The Rotary club will entertain the Anns next Monday evening at 7 o'clock diner and a Christmas party at the Hotel Algona. The committee in charge consists of Attorney L. E. Linnan, chairman, Dr. John N. Kenefick, W. W Sullivan, and Walter Lorenz. Dinner Party for Employees— The employees of the Kresensky store and Marie's Beauty salon i entertained at 7 o'clock dinner and a Christmas party Thursday even, ing at Cook's. Mr. and Mrs. Kresensky were honor guests. Following dinner an exchange of gifts was held. 11 Shower for Mrs. Hardy— j Mrs. J. G. Hardy was honoree at i a shower at her home last week Monday, and one o'clock luncheon 1 was served by women who attsnd- |ed. Covers were laid for 12. The afternoon was spant socially Mrs. Hardy received many gifts. Joint Birthday Celebration— Justice Delia Welter and Helmuth CMoody) Huenhold entertained at a joint birthday party at Mrs Bridge was played following tho dinner. Mrs. Lloyd Muckey' won high for the women, George Conklin high for men, and Mrs. Gordon Four tables were Kuhn won cut. in play. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martin entertained at 7 o'clock dinner Wednesday at their country home, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. August Harig, Rudolph and Theresa Harig, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Wildin. The diversion was cards. Mrs. A. L. Peterson entertained the Idle Hour bridge club at a one o'clock luncheon Friday. The diversion was bridge and there was an exchange of gifts. Mrs. C. D. Fellows, Hollywood, who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Roy Keen, was a guest of the club. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Holt were host and hostess at 7 o'clock dinner Thursday evening, honoring employes of the Graham store. Covers were laid for U. The tables wete decorated in red and sil- vr. Fn'.'nwlng dinner an exchiiiise of gifts took place. Mrs. W. C. Irelan entertained at nlng. Covers were laid for eight. Mrs. Albert Granzow will entertain her bridge club this afternoon (Tuesday) at a Christmas party. There will be a;i exchange of gifts. Mrs. W. P. Hemphlll entertained her Hi-lo bridge club at a Christ- nas party at her home Friday evening. An exchange of gifts was held. The Royal Neighbors sponsored a movie, This Way, Please, Friday night at the Call Theater, starring Mary Livingston Gee. lem than anything else. If the governmi nt wants to do something for the it Investigate whet the consumer has to pay for moats in tho cities. I was at Chicago November 1 with three cars of fat cittle. That was while there was still that crazy "top" on the cattle market.. That day one car of catt e brought the top price, $19.85 < wt., three cars brought $18 cwt.; sold at $17 cwt. fewer than a and Fibber Me- brought top prices, MRS, HAWCOTT, BURL IS DEAD IN 81ST YEAH Dies Sunday After a Last Sickness of / a Few Days. } ur SP ec - 20-Mrs. Annie Haw- ott, widow of the late Thomas - . , carloads were dowi in tho $10 to $11 brackets. My o^n brought $14 That does not make an extra high average cattle market, yet the packers and the reiailers used tho higher figures in ai effort to justify outrageously 1 igh prices for moats. Then the sWan song goes out that meat does not move because of high prices to fanners. The real reason it does not move is that the city bu;chers do give their customeis what should for the money. The average city family has only so much to spend fcr meais. Some Cattle Feeder Sees It editorial of youra toss the repub- for congress In Ollchrlst's lap that the repub- 011- on _ with tho present suit me. If ho i la record as con- have 60o at a time, some 75c, some a dollar. When they got only about half •wjhat they are entitled to then, of course, there Is an ovnr' supply. Hut fair moat prices (o consumers would make a markot for nil the fltock the AmeX, Iho surplus trouble but undercon- Into a Is ' not ilan would come the farm prob- farmer, then let and six cars 'n other words, lozen carloads while some 300 not they SunH Sunday morning, after an illness of only a fe .w days with pneumonia and heart trouble o' " 1:15 luncheon Friday. Bridge was played in the afternoon, with Mrs. H, M. Olson winning high, Mrs. Burdette Agard being second high. Mr. and Mrs. Irelan entertained at two tables of bridge Saturday eve- shire, England. Here'she g"rew' womanhood. On March 6, narried to Thomas „„„came immediately after- 1812 »», 1892 when «. llved " ntil they moved io nca- children Burt since that time. To this union three in lovely Prints under your fur coat 7.95 to $12.95 Play up-to the paradox of flowers to bloom under furs, and look smart . . . feel your own fash- ipn importance . . and ' get ahead of the spring season. Of fine rayon crepes. Special Pro - Christinas Promotion .. i,i*jviu until! i °n were born-Lulu, Benjamin Ralph d ' UU .H, OJU11J ning. "•' Ceased and William E., Algona' Mrs. Andrew Godfredson enter- „„ 7,,?' so sur vived by a niece, Se- tained her bridge club Wednesday 1 a ^ Ilrton . who has lived in her afternoon at her home. Mrs. Geo. ?°"?® for ™ a ny years, and by •brothers and sisters in England. Mahoney won high prize, Mrs. Fred Powell was low, and 'Mrs. Bert Cronin won travel. Following bridge a ight luncheon was served. Mrs. Oscar Erickson and Mrs. Fred Erickson, the latter of Minneapolis, entertained at a bridge -— ~.«..v*»o m lunt; .Her husband died January 14 Funeral services will he' held from the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. Thohurn Burt Walnuts Soft Shell 3 Pounds ifff The Chrischilles Store Open Evenings Except Chris t mas Eve Oran; SEFRL Apple CUT RATE — GROCERY — MERRY CHRISTMAS Dates Xciv Crop 2 Poundil 15c NEW CROP 4 ^ _NAVEL, ea. 1 C •MARSH les , FANCY 'EATING Lettuce SOLID HEADS for 13c CRANBERRIES RED RIPE Lbs. 29cl Fancy Large NAVEL, Doz. 29cl Assor Chocolate Covered CHERRIES Boxes 1 - 45C ^TOBACCO l-Lb. Christinas Pack £• A. or Ve Geo Washii Marshmallows Cello Bag ( ^°S : 9 LATES ' Boxes M 89c,98c MIXED NUTS No Peanuts Lbs 39c| CHOCOLATES - Lb - Boxes 29c,39c For Those Last Hectic "Before Xmas" Days — Try Chrischilles Store During these last rushing dizzy days before Christmas you'll find this store a pleasant restful place to -do your shopping In an atmosphere of order fy ca im to the strains of soothing holiday music, you may do your last-minute snopprng In ease and comfort Plenty of courteous experienced salesladies ready to offer suggestions—merchandise conveniently displayed and attractively priced—last-minute shopping is SO easy at The Chrischilles Store. Try it for your jaded nerves. " Open evenings except Christmas Eve. RAISINS Thompson Seedless 2 Lbs I5c 4 Lbs. --29c F'ncy Pack Christmas. APPLES POPCORN CEREAL Light or dark . M3UCIOD8, ,. I , Western, bu. Crackers 2 Prun Cocoa Honey Syrup JELL POWDER BROWN SUGAR 4r*. — 23C DRIED PRUNES MATCHES Box Carton sss-'to. HAMS, BEE! Small Pig FQBK BOAST, —^ . -<^ r ••'•-' -TrT^TTT 1 ^ Geese, Chicken* -• ,, 11 • -i p&ck, qt. 49c Tic suewBAcoi;

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