Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 29, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 29, 1937
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CALS i| ce W ent to Des Moines 1 a business trip, iinn Knh"s spent the relatives at Em- ffnnncr, Blue Earth, spent 'day at Mrs. Matt Holte- B. Maxwell, Eagle Grove, mday guest of her sls- Tribon. , crts spent Chrlst- W ith Ills parents, Mr. and v Roberts* Troy. v ' - Godfreys, Amos, rt |1i WwiA«*V* T »".»-«( istmas guests of Mr. God- he?, Mrs. W. H. Godfrey. A. Vif?nr9 family spent ' day at Pocahontas with ,. sister, Mrs. E. C. 01- Webster Jtr. and Mrs. John Simon Sr farmers south of Algmin, loft ] !IK |' week Wednesday for Sl W0 pk ii Chicago with their daughter Mrs' Charles Wlnandy, her family and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jncoh, of tlio Algona Coffee Shop, attended ' birthday party at tho Waller Krause homo, Lone Rock, Monday evening I t was in ],„„„,. of M ' KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AT.OONA Six Double Holidays the Coming Year! (Clip and Save This Calendar) Krauso's birthday CharloUo IIIHon, a "' vod Minneapolis, the holidays , , with her father, Roy Hilton Is stonngraphor for ft branch c house of Lloyd's the famous London insurance medium. Maxino llovlnn, teacher Ington township, Dist. No. aented her pupils in Trv- p reprogram last week Thursday o'von- A fair- Ul Christmas "day hero j i ng . Lunches wcro sold, sister, Mrs. Theo. McGil- i sized audience attended. , . . r| ' llft H - N- Kruscs, Mr. and Mrs J Mrs. Rae Asher spent! a. M. -Hofius, Dr. and Mrs HA , day with Mr. Asher si K Vftng> , all( i tho Evans ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Asher, chief clerk at the nt"weiit to Hampton Fri- week with his uncle, Dr. mson. d Mrs. Wm. C. Steele en- a t family Christmas din- their son, Wm. F. Stccle, wife as guests. J Mrs. Fred Jacob were guests of the former's Mr. and Mrs. Robert ustln, Minn. F. Dowel, Evanston, 111., list, came home f or s day and Sunday at his C. Dewel's. and Mrs. Frank Shilts New Year's dinner guests md Mrs. John Simon Jr., south of Algona. ej- and Mrs. H. B. White iristmas day at Ralph Ho- ioodell. The Mesdames id Hofer are sisters, ecd Jr., Cincinnati, spent is with his parents, Mr. Lee Reed Sr. He is in loy of the Pure Oil Co. llraiior, who attends the business college, Mason nt Christmas with his par- Rev, and Mrs. P. J. d Mrs. Harold Cowan will riday for Florida, where spend a month. They will ops in different sections of e. ary and Mrs. O. S. Reiley the old home at Red Oak or tlie week-end with Mr. parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. r, Prntt, student at the Am- nstitute of Business, Des 1 is spending the holidays r parents, Mr. and Mrs. 5 ratt. , nnd Mrs. Henry Furst ristmas dinner guests of Mrs. Harry Mathes, Wes- rs. Mathes is a sister of 'St ; _ I king", Mason City, IS & t the Raymond Beamishes. Kathleen, student nurse at Rochester, wore Christmas day dinner guests at C. It. Taylor's. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Ikuibr.n; spent Christmas week-end with Mrs. Hnubor«'« parents, Mr. find Mrs. J. W. Malmna, Davenport, and Mr. Hauberg'.s brother, Doctor George Ilauberg. Molino, III. KnincoH McKnrw, junior at Clark college, Diibuquo, came home Tuesday for the and Dorothy McEnroe came tho same day from tho Cherokee Junior college, in which she i« a omoro. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton, son Richard, and Bertha Welp, the latter of Bancroft, -will leave Friday for a month in the South. The. make stops at Miami, Fla., New Orleans, Houston, Tex., and other points. Josephine Murfairli, Dos Moines, spent from Thursday evening Sunday with her mother, Mrs. J. Murlagh. James and Betty Murtagh took her back and remained for a brief visit with DCS Moines friends. llita Dnolcy returned to Des Moines Tuesday morning and brother William will leave for West Bend, Wis., today after a visit since Friday with their parents, County Recorder and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mrs. licrnard Tierncy, Mason City, and daughter Marilyn spent Christinas and Sunday with former's parents-in-law, Mr. Mrs. George Holtzhaucr. Mrs. Tierney's son Craig lives with Holtzbauers. Mr. niid Mrs. W. with their daughter teacher at Proctor, L. Whitney, Dorothy, a Minn., loft mas, but returned to Mason .Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Williams, o£ en route to West Bend, and picked Tinsley Friday, then drove on to West Bend, where all Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. LoRoy McWhorter, Ward, tho lattoi Springs, Ark., and the senior Mrs. McWhortor's mother, , MARCH 1938 — 1 6 7 $ ,,£ 10 11 12 If 14 15 1$ 17 18 19 ^0 21 2* 23^24 25 26 JUNE 1938 , ;J • TT i r 3 . .-•-1234 I* 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ,JI? 20 21 22 23.24 25 126,27:28 29 30 TT -i> wood, Calif., lately wrote that with her daughter Marjorie, the latter's husband, Harry Berls, and the daughter, Mrs. Gwendolyn Norrie, she attended the Frank Henderson funeral at Pomona, Callt., and other former Algonians in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Stull, Mr. and Mrs. E, H. Reaser, and Mr. and Mrs. Ross .Stebbins. A Mrs. iShrader, sister of Mrs. Reocer, was also there . . . The approaching marriage of a Reaser son to a Glendalo girl had been announced . Mrs. Reaser was Edith Eiken- 2-YEAR-OLD ROAN SHORTHORN bull.—Wm. Fritz, Titonka. plB-16 rodt and is a sister of Mrs. M. McCall, Algona Mrs. S. .. B. French, with her daughter Cydney and the latter's daughte domiciled .for the winter^ Bowyer's home. FOR SALE— 1D37 FORD 2-DOOR low mileage, perfect condition. G. F. Towne. 12ulB FOR SALE—4-YEAR-OLD BUCIC- skin saddle mare, gentle.—James Elmore, Algona. 12pH-15 SEE ME FOR HAY Robert Steven, 422 street, Algona. BALING. — West State 12pM-15 'SEPTEMBER'|SB|8v ,.4 GO 61 8 : - '^Tp 1112 13 14 15'l6'17if 18 19 20 21 22 23 2^|l 25 26 27 28 29 30 4l MARRIED COUPLE WANTS JOB on farm in tenant house. — Call Advance. llplS $1OO DISCOUNT on new 1938 Plymouth cars to clear out stock for Inventory. All models. Get your's. Hoenk Auto Service PRESTONE ON HAND FOR SALE. —Hoenk Motor Service, west of Courthouse. llul.5 'FOR SALE— 1937 FORD 2-DOOR low mileage, perfect condition G. F. Towne. 12ul5 For SALE —STACKED TIMOTHY hay. — Wilmer Wichtendahl, Whittemore, Route 2. 10pl3-15 DECEMBER 1938 : 4 $ 6 78 9 10 if ; 12; 13 H i5;i6,17. ! ;i8' 19 20 *21 22 23-24 il 26 27 28,29 30 31 FLOOR SANDING, FINISHING; best equipped.—Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275. Ilp4-15 Friday for Chicago for Christmas at the Whitney son Howard's. Howard is advertising man for a Chicago firm. The C. W. Morcks spent the week-end at W. A. Peterson's, Des Mono and the Morck^d^ghter Mrs. Burnham is the former Bur- Virginia was a guest there of a dine Towne and^her'husband is an week there with his son William, received his education in part attheVinton state school for tho blind and ob- degree at Iowa City. He has been practicing law Harold Latimor, who for eight years had lived at Sioux City, were here, calling on friends, Monday, before leav- for Peoria, 111., where Mr. Latimor has accepted a position with the Sherwin-Williams paint were Christmas guests of the oompany . wh en he lived here he F. LI. Ryersons near Hurt. Mrs. Ryerson is a daughter of Le Roy McWhorter. Sir. and Mrs. Lewis Burnham, of Charles City, were Christmas and Sunday guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towne. employed at the Ben Sorensen drug store. Mr. and.Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand, St. LOST — SMALL BROWN PURSE with three keys.—Return to Mrs. Andrew Thomson, Lone Rock. p!5 LOST—LADIES WRIST WATCH 'between creamery and postoffice. Reward, return to C. L. Bliley 13ul5 FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—ONE 1932 Chov. truck with grain box; also one 1936 Ford Tudor sedan.— Western Credit Co. 22ul2tf Nancy, spent the Christmas holiday with Mrs. McMahon's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan, Minneapolis. Dr. R. C. Carpenter, Iowa City, who is Mrs. McMahon's cousin and had been a guest of the S. E. McMahons since a week ago Sunday, accompanied them to Minneapolis. Moore, who travels in New York state for a stove manufacturer, came home for the holidays, and he and his mother drove to Dunlap Monday for a visit with the Dr. R. G. Moores. Lewis maintains headquarters at Syracuse, New York. He was at Schenectady, New York, recently and there met Don P. Dewel and William LOST—THE UPPER PART OF A Wahl Eversharp pencil, mottled brown, green and gold, lost last week. Please return to June Corey SACRIFICE MIDGET PIANO. Can be seen at Algona by appointment. — Write Finance Dept, Wardenn Piano Co,, Sioux City, la. 25pl5 DO YOU NEED A WIDE-CAR- riage typewriter? I have a used machine, in excellent condition, for sale at a sacrifice. — I. G, Peter, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff, who are in the employ Harry Lee, Carlton, Minn., the Lee daughter came for Christmas eve and the with day with the Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand, going back Saturday General Electric at Schenectady. Omega McCrath leaves today to spend New Year's at Rockford, 111., where she will be a guest of Richard Godfrey and Mr. and Mrs. Dewel, Advance office. glStf FOR SALE—ONE ACORN ELEC- tric stove, has three plates, two ovens, one Wilcolater, one time clock; in very good condition.—P. 0. Box 124, or 335 West Forest City, Iowa. a cousin of Mr. teacher. She will Bk-eml. mil Mrs. George Virginia WUS u. BUUHL LHUH: m u. i • . ,,,„„ ...i,,, „,,„„ n i OJUHirmiu, BUUlg uuun. o«i.uiiia,j o,iu VJUUL.VJJ. . sorority sister, Peggy Gasslee. S employe of his father, "ft no urns a, njght The C- K S j ostrands are Donald Mertz. Mr. and Mrs. Mertz Both girls attend the Minnesota i b ^]L° ,, s . t .f U °i"..^.,^ ™,!f^,7"r ,-„ i parents, Mrs.'Lee a sister, of the , are parents of a.'9-lb. girl, born Beamish, j state university. go home i Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson spent the income tax di^i^of the!'ocal ^Sjostrand, Boswell, r son Cleece ias holidays Algona Laundry, were ias day guests at Des of Mrs. Boswell's mother, H. Delaney. ir and Mrs. Frank Shilts hristmas dinner guests of 1 Mrs. Cleve Stewart, near I Mrs. Shilts and Mrs. Stele sisters. Nellie Silver, Wehster City, spent the at Floyd Mrs. Pierce is a daugh- irs. Silver. : IValtor E. Roberts left last uesday for Christmas with cnts at Strahan. Her hus- ft Friday to visit his own near Ottumwa. i Hist, Eau Claire, Wis., hool teacher, went home after a week here with ier, Dr. A. L. Rist, and a Mrs. Merle Griggs. and Mrs. George Stewart, '8 Leona and Helen, were is guests of the former's Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ste- orthwest of Algona. . PMcli, who had been in Wyo,, for some time, got Wednesday for Christmas Is family. Mrs. Pletch is raer Helen Falkenhainer.. Mrs. Marvin Clement ie Christmas week-end with espective parents, Mr. and Clement, and Mr. and Meyers, all at Jeffer- Mrs. Harold Brandt Christmas wok-end with respective parents, Mr. and irman Hansen, Garrison, and Mrs. John Pippert, Py- ejr McDonald, Moline, 111., 'flnstmas eve for a visit s Parents, Supervisor and '• E. McDonald. He had ""Ployed at Moline, 111., since Ilt 'v. and Mrs, M. A. Sjos- Wtli their small son, left y for a few days at St. Pet- unn -. with the former's Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjo- d 3Irs. Earl Byson, Ana- Went last week Wednesday lursday with Mr. Byson's '• Mr. and Mrs. John By- ld Earl's sifter, Mrs. I. L. J D <1 Mrs. M. R. Hpppe, Mo'•• came for Christmas with wer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. °Ppe. The senjo/ Mir. Hoppe a employ of the Prait Elee- [<"><1 Mrs. L. B. Holmes, with f laughter Norine, spent pas day with Mr. and Mrs. JL Frederick, t Livermore, polmes and Mrs. Frederick "hristmas with their daughter rheodora, student nurse at the St. Luke's hospital, Chicago. The! week Wednesday daughter Maxine was at L. M. l'» as hohdaja at I iTerritt's, and the daughter Mere- lith at C. H. Swanson's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, with their son Fred Jr., were Christ- nas guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shupe, Colfax. Mrs. Shupe is a sister of Mr. Kent. The Kents went j nor ' Fred. Alice Rist and Catherine McCall went to Emmetsburg Tuesday to bring Mrs. Carl Spies for a few days' visit. Alice is employed at Washington, D. C., and Catherine s employed at Des Moines. Mrs. Spies is the former Cathryn Misbach. Veda Steil and Eva Peterson arrived the day before Christmas for holiday visits with their respec- ;ive families. Vera is employed at hicago and Eva at Rockford, 111. drpve tQ Dea Moines f «> bring hoRie his daugh- F™n, who spent Christmas Miss Risipg is 1ft th,e em- M the Western Mutual In• e Co. ' tea.cll!ier in a Iowa GJt, a*4 her bro- Mrs , , _„ j ,,,. i state board of assessment and :e- 1 V1CW at Dos Momes . .. camc i.. lasl Mrs. Minnie Holland, Maxwell, | December 18. .Mrs. Mertz is former 'Drusilla Caughltn wjn ]eave after having f 1hn for the• M " was for a long time employed at ,the Sorensen drug store. The baby iney and' Mrs. G'. W. Stillman. Mrs. has been named Donna Dreu. Mrs. is maternal %,,,..„. I the Christmas holidays, with Attor- the and Stillman is Mrs. Holland's daugh-1 John Caughlin here . . Onan i ter. Saturday and Sunday Mrs. I grandmother. with a fellow employe from Spen- Holland and the stmmans were at | Mr. and Mrs. Ward cer. to Indianola Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. W. ('• Dewel plans to leave Fri- for a month at Now Orleans, lust year's San Antonio part- 0. P. McDonald, is not going time. Mildred Rich, of the Dolliver, where they of Mr. and Mrs. L. were guests P. Stillman, parents of Attorney Stillman. with their daughters McWhorter, Nancy and •Sandra, will leave for home at Ciloam Springs, Ark., Saturday or Barbara, daughter of Mr. and [Sunday, after two weeks here with Haggard who has been,the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. in a hospital at Carroll for the last j LeRoy McWhorter, his sister, Mrs, Sunday to visit Mr. - , n ft ospa a arro or e as , , . Kent parents o f Dc-.vcl home, will spend two <» slx weeks> wm be brought home I F. L. Ryerson, near Burt, and Mrs. throe weeks with her mother, who gQon after New Year>s However, McWhorter's father, A. E. Clayton, L. St., 30pl5 WANTED — HATCHING EGGS from standard bred flocks which can pass blood test for Pullorum, and our flock inspection. Will pay pood premium for quality. Must be delivered weekly to Algona.—Swift & Co. 32ul3-14-15 TOR SALE CHEAP—ONE Standard Approved oil-burner complete with tank and equipment. Also one 1932 dual wheel Chevrolet truck with brand new box. Reasonable terms.—Phone 55, or see Western Credit Company. 33utt ---- -- , r, TrtMrti. lives at Cooper, south of Jefter-* hm , broken legs win nave to main in casts for another re . six ' , ,r T -ci n i ™t 0 r .Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cook enter- , weekg _ The Haggards and tallied at family dinner on Christ- , bara , s s i s ter, Mrs. Elanor Two- mas day, and guests were the M. ^ spent Cnristmas with her: L. Duttons family, the H. C. Jo- 1 Attorney and JQ-S. Maurice Mc- hannsens Jr., the L. C. Scmestie, Jth their Httle daug ht e r Mr and Mrs. Russell Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce, all of Aland the Glen Teeters, Lone gona, Rock. . Word IMS been received of and her brother Harold. Mr. McWhorter is superintendent of the Brookside Farm at Siloam Springs. They found last week's weather here pretty chilly in comparison with" the Arkansas brand. Mrs. Nellie G. Bowyer, Holly- Great Bargaiu Theatre. 2 NEW FEATURES—21c WEDNES. THRU SATUR. the Veda's sister Vera, Sioux for a two weeks C irs.' B. C. I.orrie, Mason City and her son David will go home today (Wednesday), after having spent Christmas with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry Mr Berrie was here for Chnst- •birth of a son last week Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Byson, Stanwood, W"" one has been name The father, a mechanic, is the son Mr. and Mrs. John Byson here CH iVil . tl>'" *'** "' _' _ -i T3-. and the twin brother of Earl By- S °ll(!iiry a ihihfe returned from Sumner last week Wednesday, after a Statement by Frank C. Zender January first, nineteen thirty-eight closed the partnership of the firm of Zender & Caldwell. lu taking over Mr. Caldwell's interest in the store, it Sg^teful duty to publicly express the fullest appreciation of his invaluable service during the partnership. During our entire business career there existed an u,msual degree of friendly relationship between us. His hoLsty, integrity, and willingness to cooperate were outstanding characteristics. I want his many friends to join me in wishing him anTms family health, happiness, and success m all their undertakings. Signed, Frank C. Zender JANUARY EUR SALE One Day Only! Tuesday, January 4 On this one day only we will have at genuine January clearance sale reduced prices a complete manufacturer's line of about 150 guaranteed quality fur coats in the newest styles and in the most wanted furs.. Save from tO on a stylish fur coat. Remember the date TUESDAY, JANUARY 4 RIDE VM, COWBOY! Second Feature. COMEDY STU ERWIN —in— "MB. BOGGS STEPS OUT" Plus Lust episode Hoot Gibson Serial —and— No. 1 Episode New Serial S. 0. S. COAST GUARD SUN.-MON., JAN. 2 AND 8 AMAZING DEVOTION AND TWO- FISTED PARING! 'OLD, BLAZING :ARLESSNESSI Second Feature JEAN PARKEB —in— "LIFE BEGINS WITH LOVE" West of Courthouse. Important Announcement The Zender & Caldwell Store Has been purchased by F. C. Zender Algona Mens-Wear After over fifteen years of friendly, successful merchandising in Algona, Iowa, the Zender & Caldwell firm is to end January 1,1938. Our store stock, lease, and good will has been transferred to F. 0. Zender of Algona. Merchandiser in Men's Wear Needless to say, I as an individual, am sorry to leave active men's wear merchandising in this community. But I am sure that our old friends and customers will find Mr. Zender amply stocked and ready to serve the needs which. the Zender & Caldwell's Store has so long fulfilled. The same principles of fair dealing and service as in the past will be continued by F. C. Zender. ' > ; | My heartfelt thanks and sincere best wishes to a host of friends I have made among you good people of north central Iowa. R. W. Caldwell Of Zender & Caldwell WEDNESDAY AND THUSDAY GRACE MOORE in "I'LL TAKE ROMANCE" __ "MARCH OF TIME" See Amos and Andy — Jack Benny — Fred Allen — Phil Baker at work on Radio programs. DECEMBER 81-JANUARY 1— NEW YEAR'S Midnight Show 11:30 P. M.Friday. ON OUR STAGE MARVEA & CO. Daily matinees 1 p. m. We can't be too 1 uniper-atic! New-idea musical. 7 Hot and Hissing Song Hits. the feud of the century between welterweight Win With Bert Labr Joan Davis Tickets now on sale at box office. On our screen FRANK MORGAN RAY BOICER BILLY GILBERT •a SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JANUABY 2 AND 8 SATURDAY, NEW YEAB'S On Our Stage MABVEA * CO. : Matinee and evening. j_3;80 6 and 9;80 P. M. Holiday Hilarity! The dizziest Dafliest comedy •Vto hit the screen. Magic pa De luxe Kews, LYNN OVERMAN, UN4 MERgEL, EDGAR

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