Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1937 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1937
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DECEMBER 21, 1937 SECOND SECTION CK SKIDS; ONE HURT IXGEPT GIRL _,„„, Dec. 20—Lewis Egel, fives a cab for the Flint Cab it, Mich., recently figured _,,ad-on collision with a 1 Because lie is a careful fce was chosen some months flake children to and from land it was while he was r such trips that' a largo Skidded on the -pavement limed the taxi, which was jjrrecked. A. little girl in the e<it suffered head cuts and and was taken to a hos- Ichlldren in the back seat lot injured. Lewis failed to i letter home whether he _ any injuries himself. Po- 'eleased Lewis 'from any ds to Farm Again— lend Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, been with a grandson, ,jg, Lone Hock, more than recently celebrated their iddlng anniversary. |c nted a 60-acre dairy lies southwest of Lone Rock rill take possession late in •inter. Till then they are vis- Rheir children and relatives. fere with the Edward Blanch- Eere now, but Mr. and Mrs. Id Blanchard, Des. Moinas, une for them this, week _.iday, and they will be at Molnes two weeks. Howard IB social science in the pub- tools there. .»o for Mrs. Leners— I. Lucile Leners was honored i surprise birtrday party Fri- [fternoon. Guests were Mes- William Boldridge, Vern ir, Wm. Metzen, Robert _r, Ray Fitch, Jewell Patter•Klooster, also Agatha Thil|Mrs. Loners' daughter, Mrs. I Kallskpe, Emmetsburg, was fpresenit. Mrs. Leners was Inted with a plant from the idly club, Sandwiches, cake, W. Patterson Daughter Made H. S. Carnival attraction in the Wyott Blott, Ponay a Harold Long, B on of Mr. ami Mrs mouth-organ selections, as Performance by AIvin ; „" Floyd also directed thn t-cfon, at the represent Becker, was s «ow, the first on his nocturnei no „ lj ° !1 K, was encored for of J ,T, e ;T n ' -"""Piece band, a oiur. and Mrs. Alfred " H. S, GLASS TO STAGE COMEDY ' < V.'? lay ' Pltty ifl Becomes concerned Foot Infection is Treated— George Hilior is .spending a whlch fo •, J 0 ' £*» nf ec on tr ° Ublc ago froul ^> ingrown Aid Gives Family Party fruit salad, and pickles I served. _ Coming Home Soon — ..and Mrs. Victor Rochleau •to return soon from St. Louis, (they have been for a few Mrs. Roch'.eau's Mpn entcrtalno( l families and friends at an oyster supper Fri£1? n VCnln * g - Gifts wcro ^changed. The Rev. A. English was presented with a Christmas gift. S. S. Program Is Planned— The Irvington Sunday school will present a Christmas program at the church on Christmas eve beginning at 7:30. Other Irvington. The William Metzens entertained at a card party Thursday night. Guests were the Ornie Behrends family, the Robert Caseys, the Peter Thilges family, the Wm. Bold-j ridges, the Vern Barkers, Mrs.! Emma McConnell, and the hitter's ' sons. I Mrs. Rudolph Willrett recently her bridge club. Mem- a Lady." with the girls and is a comedy. The char'- Mters include the school janitor *t, Y R " clne y Giddings; Pick- Brnnip. t ° <mboy - P 1 ^ 611 by Phyllis J-iiooke; other school girls played by Dorothy McDonald; Naomi Van Soenberg, Maxine Graham, Pauline Monre, and Evelyn McChane, of the school, Noma •„„ nVin - scho °' Doll tician, Mabeline Miller; a young teacher, Zel- Pha Rao Pratt; two aviators, Bruce Graham and Arnold' Anderson; and two villains, George Volentine and Kirby Smith. Alice iMghme is drectlng the play. Union Service Christmas Eve— The Methodist and Presbyterian churches will unite in a union UDU -: Cnrlstm «w service on Christmas o-iriv in«i V """ c infec t'°n since >!; ve - The church will be lighted tc> In,™ r-. UnC ' wl11 be taken soon| b r can <"es, a surpliced choir will ™nn,™ fCltyA f ° r observation and!* lnf? ' and the Rev. J. M. Doms, merit. A hospital ambulance' Pre sbyterian minister, will preach. come for him when the hos- '' The service will be at the Methodist church. On Wednesday evening each Sunday school will have its Christmas program. On the evening of Christmas day the Christian Endeavor societies will present the pageant, "Why the Chimes Rang." Eastern Stars Name Officers— At the regular meeting of Kossuth Chapter No. 201, 0. E. S., last week Tuesday evening the following officers were elected for the ,Boy Will Be Taken to thejOJ^ Hospital £ „., , -"* «»m wuuii trie noq- Pltal authorities are ready for the "— D uane is hoping that he will , home. as Wrestler. ' 13 - Donald . the n e college, Ames, this winter Portland Progress Women Entertain The Families Portland Twp., Dec. 20 — The its uiiieiuuiibu nor Dnuge C1UD. Mem- '•"ft J^cu. z<j — bers of the club, which was organ- I Portl and Progress club held its Ized last fall, are Mesdames Lewis, annual banquet at the Burt Metho- Garman, L. A. Matern, John Fras- dist church Wednesdiv ™a •or, John Weidcrt, Ben Dwunger, --- --- Wednesday, and more and Lewis Robinson. Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, who is stay- Ing with her daughter, Mrs. Jos. |s visiting Mrs. Roch'.eau's £/>"', £ uau f nler - Mrs - JOS ' EL The Victor Rochleaus |WilhelnU, Bancroft came Satui- r. ,,__, nt. i... /-ii — day for a week with the M. L. been living with the Clarence ileaus, of South Cresco, but foove March 1 to the Robert irt farm, tenanted for the last fbythe Jos. Kramers. • | Twelve to Family— my who recently was present- Irlth a white rabbit and has i looking forward to an in- fee went to his mother one ling last week and reported the was having bad luck in (ng started at rabbit-raising. Jnswer to his mother's anxoius pry he answered sadly, "Pinky 1 has 12!" i Boiicy Now on Coast— R. Roney, who recently left for California, is now with a r, Mrs. T. E. 'Syvertson, Pasa, Calif. He drove to the t in a new car and had no lie on the journey except a ihed car fender, suffered In as City in a rush hour. Is to Give Program— 10 pupils in Dist. No, 5, Cresco ship, will present a Christmas pments will be served. , lahon, Algona, is teacher. day for a week with the M. L. Roneys. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nordstrom, recently married at St. Anthony, are honeymooning with relatives at Ashland, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hayne left Saturday for Peoria, 111., to spend several weeks at their son Carl's. Funeral Conducted for Wm. Wehrspann Cherokee Patient Fenton, Dec. 20—William Wehr- spann, 54, died Thursday at the state hospital, Cherokee, where he had been a patient 23 years. He was born in Germany and was brought to this country in 1889, when he was six years old. In his youth he worked as a farm hand near Whittemore. He never married. Fred Newel, of the Newel undertaking firm, went after the body Thursday and brought it to the home of William's brother, Ernest Rosseisen. Funeral services will than 125 persons were served at Eive Christmas-decorated tables. A grab-box netted more than $2 The Program opened with a Christmas carol by the audience. Other numbers were: Piano duet, Virginia and Mary •ter; vocal solo, Iva Marie .;_ recitation, Rose I Ringsdorf;. trio, Lucille and Lois Mario w and Donald Weber- reading, Betty Stewart; piano duet, Virginia and Mary McWhorter- skit, Marilyn and Violet Long and Mrs. Cecil Long. Recitations, Marilyn and Delores Trunkhill; quartet, Floyd Stott Harold Woiske, Carrol Frazier, George Becker; skit, Mrs. Hans Koestler and Mrs. George Lan- ning; piano solo, Evelyn Becker- vocal solo, Maxine Dickmeyer, accompanied on the harp by her mother, Mrs. E. L. Diekmeyer. A talk was given by the Rev. W. L. Patterson, Methodist minister at Titonka, on England, his former home. A Christmas carol, sung by the audience, closed the eyent. Other Portland. "Wayne Keith, as Kossuth delegate, attended a national Farm Bureau convention at Chicago last week, leaving Sunday night and getting home Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter were Portland representatives at a joint county Legion - Auxiliary meeting at Wesley Thursday night. Wanda Waltman's pupils in No. 1 presented a program Thursday evening, but were disappointed at having only a small audience. H. C. Dremmel, A. M.; Walter Sor*™ S °";, A ', P<; Mrs - Walter Sorenson, Cond.; Mrs. J. T. Heanev A«t. Cond.; Mrs. G. E. Brace,' secretary; and Mrs. E. E Paine treasurer. Installation will be at the next regular meeting January 11. Surprise for the Kollasches— Mr. and Mrs. P. w. Kollasch were surprised last Tuesday even- ng to have a group come In to help them celebrate their 2Gth wedding anniversary. They were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rachut, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. R. A,. Bleich, and Mrs. Bertha Koestler. Mrs. Towne Goes HoniQ— Mrs. L. E. Towne left Wednesday for her home at Balaton, Minn., after spending a few days at the Mrs. Edwina Pratt and F. L. Pratt homes. Previous to her visit here, she had been at the home of her sister, Mrs. W T. Fish, at Whittemore, where she was called a couple of weeks ago by the death of Mr. Fish. Myron Chipman to Weil- Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Chipman plan to go to Ames Christmas day to be present at the wedding of their third son, Myron, and Maxine Lewis, of Ames. Since his graduation from Ames Myron has been employed by the New York Dairy association and is now located at Syracuse, N. Y., where they will make their home. McDonalds to Have Reunion— Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDonald, of Sioux City, are expected Thursday for on overOhristmas visit at the home of Mr. McDonald's father, 0. P. McDonald. The John McDonalds, Emmetsburg, will also be Christmas day guests at the McDonald home. in Michiga! CHRISTMAS! Cut Flowers and Plants Greens and Decorations Poinsettias, the Christmas emblem plant, in holiday trim $1.00 and up Cyclamen _$1.00 and up Primrose Plants __$1.00 African Violets ___$1.00 Begonias, full of bloom__ $1.50 and up Pepper Plants, 50c each Ferns, bushy plants, ---------- 50c and up Centerpieces Yonr choice of many mantle centerpieces and holiday decorations. A fine showing awaits yon. $1.50 and up Mayor is Sick Again— Mayor C. K. Blossom was seriously sick again last week, after being able to be around the house again, following a severe attack of heart trouble, several weeks ago. Roy Ollom was also again coufln- to his bed. ram at the schoolhouse this be held Monday afternoon at one : Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. at the Rosseisen home and at «k. The public is invited. Re- 2 o'clock at the Lutheran churcn, Helen, Whittemore, with the Rev. W. H. Dishor officiating, interment to oe made there I-H Clnb Has Party— Besides Ernest, Mr. Wehrspann •embers of the Cresco-Irving- j s survived by three sisters, Mrs. I*-H club had a Christmas par- Ann schrieber, Berlin, Germany, par- Ann schrieer, er, , Dorothy King's this week , m d Mrs. Helen Ewers and Mrs. V evening. The girls popped Augusta Lunsman, both of Mason made candy, played games, city His parents, four other " a brothers, and one sister are dead. r,-"• uo rauuy, piayea gam 'urnished a gift each for Notic To Auto Owners of the City of Algona: j s it you have to use the street for all night Parking when you have available your own private drive or garage? Parking on the street is Scorning a hazard. A good many haven't the decency to even more their car after a snowfall 60 the snowplow can clear the street properly of snow. At least use a little common sense and m °ve your car. so the plow will not have to go ar °und it and- leave a bank of snow. Ple ase cooperate, or you will find your car tow ed to some garage and costs assessed to you. Yours for co-operation, C. F. SPECHT, More and More Smokers' Articles Become the Established Man's Gift Once more we are prepared to supply you with gifts for the smokers' joyous and cheerful Christmas, from one of the most complete stocks to bo found anywhere. Remember, a man's best friend is his favorite smoke. Other Burt News. Mrs. Annie Hawcott has been seriously ill since !ast Wednesday with heart complications following 'lu. Helen Schwietert Is caring for her. The U and I Circle met last week Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. W. R. Chafee's. Mrs. G. C. Allen was assisting hostess. Mrs. Edw. Thaves was hostess to the Se-wing Circle Friday afternoon. -The affair was a Christmas party. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beltz are parents of a daughter, born Thursday evening, December 16. HOLIDAY GREENS Fancy Western Holly, Per Ib. -------- $1.00 Mistletoe, per spray. 10c and up Green Lycopodium Wreaths, up from 75e Western Holly Wreaths, up from $1.00 Balsam Wreaths, up from ------- $1.00 Ruscus Wreaths, up from ------- $1.50 Red Ruscus Sprays, per bunch _______ 50c Michigan Red Berries, per Ib ---------- $i. 0 o Balsam, Hemlock and Pine Boughs lOc, 15c, 25c each Special Window and Door Decorations 75c and up Gift Pottery Filled with novel plants Vases . Brackets White Wire Stands 50c, 75c, $1.00 and up Gift Boxes of Fresh Glossy Green Holly and Mistletoe $1.25 and up Gift Boxes of Roses Her favorite color $2.50 and up Carnations, assorted colors _$2.00 per doz. Chrysanthemums, _ yellow, white, and lavender $3.50 and $4 doz. Pompom Mums, $2.00 and $2.50 doz. Snap Dragons $2.00 doz. Narcissus ___ $1.50 doz. Poinsettias, per bloom 35c and 50c FLORAL GIFTS FOR DISTANT CITIES Remember onr flowers-by- wlre service. The cost of telegram .is the only additional expense. Fast mail is used when time permits. ORDER NOW Christmas Trees A beautiful lot from Sunny California •• 4 ft. up to 9 ft. (Will not shed needles) 75c and np Advise early selection. gona Greenhouses Phone 305 Z F N i-illi Mayor City of Algona. Acceptable Appropriate Economical You can find a gift here for him at any price. Just a few suggestions— Cigarettes Cigars Pipes Lighters Tobacco iu Humidors Tobacco Pouches Ash Trays Many Others All in beautiful wrapping for holiday gifts. u A ? if ' Appreciated by the Entire Family 95-262 Zenith 9S262 9 tubes, tunes American and foreign broadcasts, police, 12- in. speaker, "Robot" dial, Electric Automatic tuning, T e 11 Tale controls, Acoustic Adapter, K i 1 o c y cle Coverage 5401752 K. C., 17405930 K. C., 549018,400 K. C.), 42 ins. high. 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