Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1937 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1937
Page 10
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S. S. Prepares Big Christmas Program ROADS IISTMAS, IE FEATURE Fenton, Dee. 20 - The annual Christmas program of the Metho<« S t Sunday school wilr be presented in the church auditorium Fri- Ellotl Humph- Gerhart; song, pri- department; 'reclta l?n", H £ nrickeOQ Jr, Virginia r, Beverly La abs , Delores Mansager; song, primary depart^T ; I? 01 **" 0 ". Anna Roe Weta- fcrod, Mar yn Welsbrod, Juanlta Straley, Eileen Long, Billie Stoe- •ner, Charlene Goetseh; song, primary department; exercise, boys' class; 8ongi glrlB . recltatlon> phyl . lls King; exercise, boys' class; recitation, Robert Lee Padgett Jr Pngrciint: itoads to Christmas. ' carolers, Lavonne Newel, Belt Jean Schwartz, Betty Meyers Phyllis McttUI, Dora Glaus, Phvlli and Paulino Frank, Iris Zweifel organist, Mrs. Dorothea Gerhart vio linist, Shirley Frank; the poet Euth Espe; the Wayfarer, Wallace Smith; Moses, Lyle Newel; Abra lam, John Waite; Isaiah, Bob Schwartz; David, Duane widdel angel, Marjorie Brown; Mary Mercedes Voigt; Joseph, Willard Monz Shepherds, Ehvin Schlei, Howard Lmdsey; Wise Men, Harold Geron«>n, Ray Zweifel, Eugene Voigt; Tiny Tots, Ruth Ellen Humphrey Betty Holldorf, Delores Mansager Anna Rao Welsbrod; Poverty Mary Jane Eigler, Jimmy Holldorf; War. John Bailey; 'Bearers of White Gifts, Helen Geronsin, Geneva Glaus. Japanese, Jeanette McFall, Mary Holldorf; Hindus, Harold Padgett, Lloyd Kramer; Indians, Maurice Weisbrod, Lyle Weisbrod- Eskimos, Harlan Holldorf, Dick Meyers; John, beloved disciple, Liovd Vpigt; Paul, Hartley Bailey; David Livington, Harold Newel, Florence Nightengale, Ethel Weisbrod- Clara Barton, Ardus Zweifel- -\1- l>ert Sclnveiter. James Schwartz Committee .on costumes, Mesdames AV. J. Weisbrod, E. J. Frank J. A. Schwartz, Frank McFall Charles Newel; Lighting, Lyle Basset, Herschel Hartman; director of pageant, Mrs. J. A. Mueller- instrumental prelude, Ade.sta Fidelis; processional, Hark, the Herald Angel Sing! Part 1, The Road of Seeking- Part II. The Road of Wond.»r' Part III, The Road of Love- Part IV. The Road of Peace; recessional, Joy to the World, the Lori is Come! The postlutlc will be a medley of Christmas hymns. • schools will reopen January 3. £n a ,? T l eavlng for home we Supt. M. E. Otterness, to Plon- ette, Wis.; Coach and Mrs. V. J. latutn, to the former's parents' home at Nora Springs and Mrs. Tatums parents at Waterloo; Frank Nickoley, to Decorah; Gladys Slelchter, to Kalona; Ann Finn, to Geneva; Pearl Chrlsten- sen, to Ringsted; Edith Dahl, to Swea City; and Bernlce Brown, to Livermore. and Charles 'Newel, and the family formerly lived here. Manrico Mitchell at Rochester— Albert Mitchell and Maurice Mitchell were at Rochester from Tuesday till Saturday week before last, and last week Tuesday Maurice went back to go through the clinic, accompanied by Martin Olson, Haifa. Other Fonton. F. It. Women Meet Wednesday— The woman's training school met with Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod Wednesday, and a lesson on influences of heredity and environment was given by Lucille Pepoon, county H. D. A. Patterns for mittens were given out, and a potluck lunch was served at noon. Attending were Mesdames A. L. Brown, Algona, Willis Cotton, Alex Kruegcr, Larry Newforough, Lone Rock, and A. R. Willrett and Lorena Dreyer, Fenton. Th-3 next meeting will be held at tho Seneca schoolhouse Wednesday, February 2. Hook & Needle Club Meets— 1 Mrs. R. C. Goetseh and Mrs. J. A. Mueller were joint hostesses to tho Hook & Needle Sewing club at a Christmas party at the Goetseh home Wednesday. Dominoes was the entertainment, and Santa Glaus distributed gifts. A two-course luncheon in keeping with Christ- was was served, and sprigs of holly were favors. Club guests were Mrs. B. K. Bahnson, Burt; Mesdames H. C. Lindsey, Walter Widdel, Harlan Gaard, Charles Nelson, Frank Eigler, W. R. Wolfe, and Freelove Weisbrod. i Dr. J. A. Mueller drove to Independence last week Monday and returned Wednesday. He attended to business affairs there and visited his brother, Supt. Mueller. Driving was hazardous because of icy roads. Mrs. Charles Newel entertained . • "v-.ru! uuitjriainea her bridge club Thursday, and Mrs. E. J .Frank won high. A two- course luncheon was carried out in Christmas fashion, followed by an nvM,/,-r.~« «e _jj,»_ •> uu been living at Philip Dorweiler's, West Bend, Is now with her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Seymour, for tho winter. Emellne, llttlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy BVirroll, was brought homo from the university hospital, at Iowa City lost week Monday. She must be taken back every six weeks. 'Mrs. John S. Cullen entertained tho Tuesday Bridge club at one o'clock luncheon at the Iowa hotel last week Tuesday, and following the lunch bridge was played at tho Cullen home, Mrs. William Hlg- gins winning both high and travel. Mrs. Carl Ebert entertained the Clara, Letts Creek. The evening was spent at cards, and lunch was served. Methodist Aid at WHEN YOUR FEET, HURT YOU HURT ALL OVER a Christmas xchange of gifts.' The annual program at Johns Lutheran church will St. be - v...»n uumuji win oe Friday evening at 7 o'clock, and the central theme will be, Whv Gods Son Becomes True Man? ' Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod bridge club entertained their Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Gaard were Esthorville visitors Thursday. L Whittemore The public school boys' and girls' basketball teams played the wnn n week Tuesday aud night las and spli* K. T>. Welirspnnn to Rochester— R. D. Wehrspann was rushed to he Mayo hospital, Rochester, Minn., Wednesday in the Merritt unbulanco from Algona, and was icoompanied by Mrs. Wehrspann md Alma Madison, R. N. Mr. Vehrspann 1ms pernicious unernia md a week ago was stricken with lung infection. He stood the trip •ell. Mr. and Mrs. Wehrspann loved only two weeks ago from heir farm near Fairville" to their cw home here. IMV-SO Club is Entertained— Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber entertained ic Sew-So club at an annual hristmas party Wednesday. 3ridge was played at three tables, Irs. J. A. Schwartz winning high. A two-course luncheon jn Christmas fashion was served, followed by an exchange of gifts. Guests were Mrs. 0. H. Stoeber, Mrs Charles Newel, and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod. sames, the local boy's ,osinl 3 -T n a game which was closely contested till the last quarter, but the girls here winning 33-19 night Whittemore there, and lost girls by a score of 32-17 by 22-9. sale held by Edw. Mos- well attended inst. week party last week Wednesday, Gifts were exchanged. Harold Voigt accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber Jr. and their son to Fort Dodge Thursday. Relatives of Henry F. Schultz gathered at his home Wednesday evening to help him celebrate a birthday, and among persons attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, daughter Gertru'de, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs.Willlam Meyer, son Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, son Ellsworth, Dorothy Sobers, son Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, sons Harold and Raymond, daughter Elenora and Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Vleyer, Henry Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, son Edward Don't neglect aching, tired, burning feet. Let our shoemen, trained in the methods of Dr. Wm. M. Scholl, noted Foot Authority, show you how the needed Dr. •• Scholl FOOT COMFORT Appliance or Remedy will give you quick relief, at little cost. BROWN ELL SHOE GO, Algona, Iowa and Edna and Elaine Schultz. The evening was spent at cards, and luirch was served. Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer called on them Thursday evening to help Mrs. Meyer celebrate a birthday. Attending: Mr', land Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mr. the . Mr. and Mrs. Geore Meyer and . eyer an their son Lawrence, were Friday evening callers at Erwin Bruhn's — •« «*- JL^I ivui ijruiin s Mrs. Mary Dorweiler, who had Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, son Raymond, daughter Eleanora, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs George Schultz, sons Norman, Charles, James, Mr. and Mrs William Hanover, son William Jr., all of Whittemore, and Mr. and Airs. Otto Wichtendahl, Mrs. Mary MONEY To Loan AUTOMOBttE LOANS EXTREMELY LOW RATES LOANS MADE ON YOUR PRESENT CAR We will make you a liberal loan on your car—pay off your present balance, advance you additional cash and reduce your payments by extending them over twelve to eighteen months. CASH LOANS MADE AT ONCE NO ENDORSERS OR SIGNERS REQUIRED A courteous, prompt, and confidential cash loan service. Call in person or write WESTERN CREDIT CO. 20G East State St., Algonn, Iowa Give Furniture A gift every member of the family can en' whole year. e Gift suggestions Living Room, Dining Room or Bed Room Suite Lamp, Cedar Chest, Tables, Chairs, Card Tabl Desks, Pictures, Luggage, Smokers, Coffee T J*' Magazine Racks. Uble8 ' FOSTER FURNITURE CO Ohm »\v Club "President— W. T. Ohm. 111:57 vice president of the Fonton Community club, was elected president for 103S at an annual meeting last week Tuesday at the Legion hall. Mr Ohm takes the place of Dr. B. K. Bahnson, who recently moved to Burt. Lester Weisbrod was elected vice president; Clarence Theesfield, secretary. Committees tiro- eats' Harlan Gaard, Fred Newel, E. C.' Fauerby; membership and reception. Lester Weisbrod, J. A G Smith, Wilfred Stoeber. The meeting was closed with an oyster Blew. 21 attending. Signing for membership in lf)38 were Weisbrod Cold Storage, W. T. Ohm, Raymond Stoeber, John Newel. Fr»d Newel, Harry Widdel, Wilfred Stoeber, Henry Reimers, Lester Weisbrod, Clarence Theesfi»ld Vernon Meyers, E. C. Fauerby, Frank Bailey, the Rev. J. G. Watermann, Henry Berghofer, John Bailey, J. A. G. Smith, George Goetseh, Harlan Gaard, E. W. Ruske, W. E. Stoeber, G. W. Newoli J. A. Schwartz, and Fenton Reporter. Schools arc Closed Friday— The Fenton schools r.lbsed Fri- ' day for a two weeks vacation. The ' first eight grades presented pro- • grams and had Christmas parties ' in their rooms, with mothers of pupils as guests. The H. S. giri.s' glee club, wearing new black and white uniforms sang Christmas carols for a half hour, directed by Anna Finn, music director. The I.itrhts Off for Coast- Mr, and Mrs. John Light left I nursday for Long Beach Calif they will spend the rest of the winter. Mrs. Light's sister, Lydia Weisbrod, Baker, Ore., recently went to Long Beach and was awaiting the Lights. ! !.<• K»y Xewel Son Injured— Word was received'one day last week that Franklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Newel, Hartley, had fallen on ice and broken a hip. He is a nephew of Mrs. G. B. Johnson THOMAS RADIO C Service ]| Iruington, Iowa •ySSSBSBW LIC AUCTIO | $3,000 Worth Good Merchandise SS All HCCUinullltioil nf n*nn 1 • i *WV mZ^l H II ft C 411* V l/1/k tl'Sll .. f J • -• - _ fol'vJUt, Oi" 111 OPO VAll ftf /iP ,. ..i!_i» ii <""! service, mil positive,,. e MrtSS,?^™" >™> '" «"«,» Monday, December 2? - Increase the Comforts of Home with Electrical Gifts '0 STOVES NEW STOVES S 1 -New Modern Maid Coal Stove. $79.50 Circulating Heater. 10 Waffle Iron A beautiful chromium plated model with top heating unit. Has device to show when iron is ready for use. Reliably built throughout and up Beautiful, New Light Fixtures Now on Display at Our Store Would Make An Ideal Xmas Gift Why not stop in and see them You'll be surprised to find how little will buy so much. V USED GOOD CONDITION •i *-I^AA AHen Heatei> - almost new. . l— &140.00 Home Comfort, all porce-i ___ lain Coal Range, like new. i | 1-New Queen Oil Circulating Heater, '"^vo^goStcfer"" 0 ' ^ "* 23 will heat 4 to G rooms. 1—Monarch Coal Range with | 1-W60 Advance Circulating Heater. l-Sc^^cSt^, resell I l- E "t*rPriBe Circulating Heater. And oht !£. back US Come in! Buy Brianliile and you «rv TIIK BEST MOE & S JO6REN THE BRIARDALE STORE Powerful electric motor drives any of p set of mix- w,fh 00 v! Si , C ° mes c °mp'ete with bowls, stand and utensils. Built to last Percolators A complete display in style, size and price—all are smartly designed. A dependable, lasting gift. 4.95 up Coffeemakers Displayed in several convenient sizes, attractive styles 5.95 up Toasters Both automatic and semi-automatic models, priced at 2.95 up RADIOS 15 >'EW RADIOS 1-New G-volt Setchel Carlson Radio. 1—New G-volt Universal Radio. 1-New .$59.50 Sentinel Battery Radio. Above radio never been hooked up 1-New $99.50 Electric Grunow Radio. l-Ne w $79.50 Philco Radio. USED GOOD COMHTIOX 1—5-tube Philco Electric. 2—8-tube Majestic Radios, Console, beautiful cabinet, works perfect 1—Spartan Electric Radio. 1—Crosley 2volt Radio Console. 1—Bach Electric Radio, Console 1—R. C. A. Electric Radio, Console 1—General Motors Radio, Console 1—Victor Electric Radio, Console 1—Philco 7-tube Electric. Irons A gift any housewife will enjoy. Conventional and light weight models: Prices start as low as 2.95 up WASHING MACHINE 9 j| SEW WASHING MACHINES 1— Cinderella Washer used Maytag Mangle S i— Vqss Washer USED GOOD CONDITIOX 1—Voss Washer, with Briggs & Strat- j ton engine. 2—Automatic Electric Washers 1—Zenith Washer with Briggs Clocks Models styled for any room m any home. Designed for beuty and lasting dependability. Priced as low as 2.95 up Theseand Many More Beautiful Electrical Gifts at the PRATT ELECTRIC COMPANY—ALGONA = , •"-—ticiiitu YvaaJier wiui un&&* - m USecl Ma y ta g Washer with multi Stratton engine. 5 motor, like new. 1 S l )eed Queen with Briggs & Stratton engine, j ° AS A>1) RANGES RANGES ELECTRICITY IS CHEAP IN ALGONA—MAKE THIS A COMPORT CHRISTMAS I. E. S. Lamps P°"'t fail to include Better Light-Better Sight Lamps on your Christmas list. Both floor and table models— your choice of silk or parchment shades. Make your selection EARLY. Table " e __ Models... O.OUup Floor A C*fc Models ... 5f • QIJ U p l--Red Star Kerosene Range, elevated oven, good shape. Perfection Oil Rnn , USED GOOD CONDITION ' vated oven all nniLi • ge> ele " 2—New Perfection 5-btiruer, elevated *. new. *" p01 celam,.nearly oven Ranges. . . S 1 ~- We stinghouse Electrir Pa „ 1— 3-burjier with back. Porcelain, new ele 6S> 1— 4-burner with back. r a H Porcelain, new element! 1—3-bQrner without back. REFRIGERATORS CREAM SEPABATOKS - 3 1—Nearly new Vega, 750-lb. capacity, g same as new. 1—Anker Holth And others. ^ I'EliMS- f! •^'"^••^^••^•^••^•(•••••••(•••••P^ • • 3^H S for . * ' • »*],, or see your banker. No property to be removed until settled ^^ BJUSTROM'S I coiwaa, BEOS, Au rtlone *; s0 ' BJUS ™o*. - (, ler » i^pxw

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