Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 13, 1938 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 13, 1938
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PAGE BIGHT /tOSSUTH COttNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA Church Supper is Given— A church fellowship supper was held at the First Methodist church Monday evening at 6:30. The tables were decorated with ferns find white candles, and were laid for 200 guests. covers Following the dinner a program was given as follows: Group singing led by the Rev. F. E. Burgess; prayer by the Rev. W. G. Muhleman; anthem by the choir; talk, This is My Church, by the Rev. Mr. Burgess, after which each organization in the entire church contributed some number for the program: cradle roll—recitations by Sharon Spear and Phyllis Sc'io- by; mother's jewels — song by Carol Grooters; Little Light bearers; Sue Hutchison, recitation; iome guards—piano solo, Marilyn Tuttle; king's Heralds, exercise by eight boys, "Africa"; Epworth League—boys' quartet in group of singing three sons, Richard Keen, Merle Pratt, Richard Norton, Don Johnson; Queen Esthers—"What We Are Doing," Eleanor Thorpe; Stanard Bearers—violin solo, Rosalie Swansoii; Airi—poems, Mrs. Frank Thorpe; W. H. M. S.—talk, Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll; W. F. M. S. —play, "My Baby is Sick," Mrs. C. W. Davenport and Mrs. Rockney; Centenary Class—solo by Mrs. . Homobuilders j Edgar Guest, Bertha Michel; clasa—poems by ,„. given by Mrs. Rusself Maxwell,' Dr. S. W. Meyer, Mrs. A. L. Brown, Mrs. Carl Walker, Charles Walker, Richard Walker, Bob Maxwell and were present, and the evening was spent at sewing and at a game, Cooties. Flora Tiss won high score and Anna Buss low. Light refreshments were served. The next meeting will be a 6 o'clock dinner at the Algona hotel Tuesday. Mrs. Robert Larson entertained the Book of the Month club Wednesday at a 1 o'clock luncheon. The book reviewed was Turning Wheel, by Stuart Cloete. There are six members in the club: Mrs. Howard French, Titonka; Mrs. H. E. Woodward, of Whittemore; Mrs. D. D. Paxson, Mrs. H. M. Potter, Marguerite Kcnefick, and Mrs. Larson, all of Algona. An evening of cm da, luncheon, and dancing was hid at the St. Cecelia Arademy Moday night. High prizes for contract bridge went to Dr. Karl R. Hoffman and Mrs. Wade auctton to Sullivan; uigb Geo. Boswell for and Barbara Maxwell; Official Board—j in & wns held. Christine Wernert. Frank Capesius and Walter Aman tied for first at "500", and Anna Scl ic was high for women. The Schoolmasters club held sn diner at the hotel Algona Wednesday evening. Covers wer laid for 20 guests. The club mem bers are the superintendents, prin cipals and teachers of the var.'oui schools throughout the county Supt. A. C. Hoon, Titonka, is the president this year. Following the dinner a regular business meet- clock dinner at the home of Mrs: Miller Wednesday evening. Bridge was the diversion of the evening. . The Bible Searchers class will meet Tuesday at the Methodist church. Hostesses are the Mesdames Witham, Gingrich, Doege, Blanchard, and Dearchs. The Baptist Loyal class will meet today with Mrs. Henry Furst. Assistant hostesses will be the Mesdames Carrie Taylor, Minnie Jones, and Nell Cook, ! Mrs. E. J. Hough will entertain members of the Idle Hour bridge club at a 1 o'clock luncheon Friday afternoon. Covers will be arranged for 12 guests. • The second of a series of parties will be given at the Academy hall Monday evening. Cards, luncheon, and dancing'will furnish etertainment. Mrs. Alma Nelson entertained FIRST ItlTHKllAjr, M, A. Sjos- trniul, Pastor —Sunday school at 10. Morning worship at 11. Our annual offering for the American Bible Society will be taken at this service. Church officers will be installed, and the pastor's annual report, and minutes of the meetin; will be read. Confirmation clas Saturday at 9 a. m. financial report given by the financial se-cretary S. W. Meyer; report of the board of trustees by J. W. Overmyer, chairman The D. A. R. met Tuesday with Ella Thompson, 26 women attending. Assistant hostesses were the i Mesdamcs L. E. Fairbanks and L held at the church at 5 o'clock before the dinner. . »v. \_/vui m.vtu, cnuirman. j -•"-•-•"""v.--) ^. An address, "The Year Ahead," J - Dickinson. Mrs. Bert Palmer was given by Supt. AV. PI. Muh!e- na ^ charge of the program,, -which man. A quarterly conference was consisted of a "radio" play by - • - • - - '- Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and Lucia Wallace; and accordion selections by Mrs. Oliver Moe. The Lutheran A. A. L. held ft quarterly meeting Monday even- P. C. Literary Society Meets— The Plum Creek Literary soci ^ nw .riuLU ^ IUUK Jjlteraiy SOCI- L I""'H;JI.» HICCLIU^ .uunuu.v uvt'u- ety met last Wednesday with Mrs. i in S at Wm. C. Dan's. Monopoly Hugh Raney, 19 members attend-1 antl "500" were pliycl. Mr. and ing. Mrs. Fred Ori.ffcl and Mrs.! alrs - D* 111 received high and Ray- Harry Secley, of Whittemore, were ' niond Gilbert, low for "500". M-\ guests of the club. The program and Mrs - Wm. Otto and Mr. and consisted of: roll call—suggestion Mrs. Carl Teitz were assistant for better understanding of our host and hostesses, young people; youth facing the fu- [ Tll ° Smith Cresco M. & D. club ture, Laura Keen; these times and ! meeting scheduled for tomorrow their manners, Maude Jergensen. at W. L. Martins in Algona has Refreshments were served by the i been postponed because of illness hostess. The next meeting, which '» the community, and because will bo in the interests of public "Mrs. Martin is recuperating from welfare, will b© at Black's, January 19. Paul ' injuries suffered December 12 when she fell and suffered a broken pelvic bone back. and a sprained The Methodist W. F. M. S. meets IV. C. T. U. Has Meeting— The W. C. T. V. met with a good • •-- ...^..w^,^ ... * . m. ^. mecto attendance last week Wednesday | today with Mrs. A. A. Bishop. Mrs. at Mrs. Ellis McWhorter's, with' A. J. Keen will lead the devotions, Mrs. Frank Geigel in charge of the i and Mrs. Thos. Kemis has charge program. Roll call was answered ! of tho lesson, North of the Sa- with Current Events, and a Brew- j hara. Assisting hostesses are Marer's Code of Practice was read and' saret Bishop and the Mesdames discussed. Articles were also read Oeorge Yeoman, A. J. Keen, E. N. concerning the utter disregard of Taylor, Paul Wille, and R. L. Max- the code. The club plans to spoa- wo11 - sor an essay contest at the begin- ; Mrs. S. 0. Anderson entertained .OSim TAHKHNACLK — Ser vices are being conducted regular ly at South Thorington and Ken nedy streets. Evangelistic servic es are held Sunday evening at 8 and on Friday evening. Wednesdti; — .night the mid-week service is glv her^Needle club at her home_ a en over to Bible study. The Rev Max Wyatt is in charge of tli services. f CONGREGATIONAL — Georg C. Ynnce, pastor—Church schoo at 10. Our new facilities give ui fine equipment for religious teach ing, A reorganized staff prom ises the best of leadership. Morn ing worship at 11, th'enie, Jesus the Light of the World. PRESBYTERIAN — Sunday school at 10, Preaching at 11. Q.nd 7:30. C. E. 6:30. The Rev. Frederick Nickol, .Chariton, will preach morning and evening. Mr. Nickol comes as a candidate. week ago Monday afternoon. Following a social afternoon luncheon was served, Mr. and Mrs. George Beebe, of Humboldt, will bo Sunday dinner guests of tflie Chris Wallukaits. Mrs. Beobo is a sister of Mr. Wallukait. The Methodist Centenary class will meet next Tuesday evening at the church, with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn chairmen of the committee. The Bel Canto Music club met at a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday at Mrs. J. L. Sonar's. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn had charge of the program. Mrs. Fritz Skilling entertained at a card party Monday evening Three tables of "500" were in play, and a midnight lunch was served. The Men's club of the Presbyterian church is sponsoring an oyster supper tonight (Thursday) at the church. The Home Builders will entei 1 - tain at a pot-luck family dinner January 19 at the Methodist church. The Woman's club will meet tomorrow at the library. The pro- Tarn will deal with gardens. Mrs. C. H. Cretzuieyer entertained Wednesday at a 1 o'clock uncheon at her home. Mrs. Clarence Paisley will en- ertain a bridge party at her home ''riday evening. The Methodist church board met Wednesday night at Burton Thorpe's. School Athletic Events Planned Supt. Otto B. Laing attended a North Central conference business meeting for superintendents at Eagle Grove Tuesday. The meeting was to arrange preliminary schedules for next year's ootball and basketball season as veil as to fix schedules for the pring track season and other similar activities for the rest of this chool year. j Whittemore Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoffman, of Java, S. D., returned home Friday after attending the funeral of Mr. Hoffman's aunt, Mrs. Peter Elbert. Mrs. Albert Eisele and sons Joseph, Arnold, and Albert Jr., who have been visiting at Joseph Eisele's since Christmas, returned to their home near Blue Earth Sunday. The Otto Schoffer family, of Es- :herville, snent Sunday at Law- •ence Laidley's. Mr. and Mrs. John Uhlenhake visited relatives in Wesley Sunday. '"'.••,• The Rosary* society of St. Michael's parish will sponsor a card party at the Academy hall Sunday ivening. . Mr. and ••Mrs. Ray Oliver spent the week-end at 'Britt with the Russ 'Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Carmody spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson are parents of a son born Monday morning. Mrs. Carrie Airhardt, who has >een visiting relatives and friend here and at West Bend, returnee to her home in Independence, Mo. Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. H, "W. Geelan Ella, and Frank Burke attended the funeral of Mrs. Peter O'Brien In Emmetsburg Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach entertained «t dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mrs. Anna Dau ad family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dan, son Duane, and Lawrence Meyer. The Lutheran Y. P. S. held ft regular monthly business meeting In the Lutheran school hall Thursday. Paul Urich was in Mason City on business Monday. The Arthur Balnier family, Dolliver, spent Sunday with the John Meines. Wbittemore Crew Put Out Farm Fire Whl'ttemoro, Jan. 12—The Whittemore fire truck and ereW was called Monday forenoon to fight a fire four miles southwest of town on the old Bauman place where Scotty McCartney lives. The fire had quite a start when the truck got there. There was a hole burned In the roof and considerable damage was done to two rooms upstairs, but the fire was soon put under control when the firemen arrived. It is thought the cause was a defective chimnfey. Week End Specj] One-third off on enow tires ana u rc c]) 1 Extrti Allowance on your trade-ins ns 40% Off on HeateJ GREENBERG AUTO SUPPLf '"'-• nHvo \n Rawtnn "If sib- in Service. Chrischilles Store Sale Begins Wed. Jan. I2tl ———— For IO Days ——====== Foxcroft standard sheets .72x99 'and 81x99 $1 We start the year 1938 out with a rousing old- fashioned WHITE GOODS SALE. .Through for- tnnntc "buys" right after the break in cotton prices, ive are able to offer our customers some of the greatest values in staples for years. These prices are bed-rock—they are based on lowest prevailing cotton prices. All qualities are standard— BUY WITH CONFIDENCE from Algona's most progressive department store. 36 inch full bleached standard muslin Mother of Youth Seriously Hurt in Accident Is Dead Armstrong, Jan. 12—Raymond w*Ji nil ur>r?«.l i v UUil LUot *l t lilu IJU lilll" ' »'4.i.j. u. \_/. XlllUCI OUJ1 Cii 1(21 till HUti --.»»««ui,iwj-ij3l uw.j.n J.M J.UH, j X11U.UU ning of the second semester which her dessert bridge club at her I Nettleton, 20 years old, who will be open to sixth and seventh home Tuesday at 2 o'clock. Cov-! WO rks for his brother'in Iqw tyrnrta nnnilc. !« -i%~ Al ov« \\rr\ro n i.™ nlrrnrl ff~.. „:_!.* _ ULlJCi 111-lttW, grade pupils schools. in the Algona Farewell Tarty for Stewarts- Mr. and Mrs. Clove Stewart were honored at a farewell party at their homo last week Wednesday night with 59 neighbors at- tcnding. Mr. Stewart, a farmer, has retired, jind he and his wife moved last Thursday from the home Stewart farm in Riverdale township to the former Owen home hiM-c en Ka.st College street. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart wore presented with a lace parting girt. Farewell Surprise (Jiven— Mrs. B. PI. Ililsteadt was honored at a .surprise farewell party at her home Tuesday. The Bridgette club, of which she has b^en a member, was tho hostess. Bridge was played with Mrs. lOdw. Hanson winning high score. Mrs. Hilsteadt, who will move with her family in Boone, was presented ers were arranlged for eight guests. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon with Mr; Irelan wining high score and Mrs. H. M. Olson winning second. Hazel Potter was the honoree at two birthday parties. Mrs. R. C. Larson entertained at a 6:30 dinner party at her home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Potter, Hazel's parents, entertained at a Sunday dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larson. Mrs. E. D. Sheehan entertained her bridge club Tuesday eve- as u farewell token. rJue.stK were the Mrfsdiimes John Button, r-Vixahoth Amr.sbury, and Lyle Alaihfs. (Mbor Society. The r. R. w. D. dub met Tuesday with Mrs. D. D. Monlux at a 1"0 per rent, inoetiiif,'. The diversion of ihc afternoon was knitting. Visitors wore. Mrs. Rose Ward and tablecloth us a , ning at a 6:30 dinner at Cook'.«. Covers were laid for eight guests. Bridge was the diversion with Mrs. John Dutton winnin? high score; Mrs. James Allen, favel prize and Mrs. Frank Vera, low. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. La Barre entertained the Dinner club Friday at 7 o'clock. Covers were laid for six couples. Bridge was the diversion of the evening, with Dr. L. G. Baker winning hgh for men and Mrs. Baker high for women, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ursh entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner a week ago Tuesday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long, their son Jack, Ruth and Bill Turner, and R. L. Richardson, the latter of Estherville. The Mesdames G. W. Stillman and D. E. Dewel entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner Monday at the Stillman home. Two tables of j bridge were in play following the " " C. Nugent Lawrence Dolfe, was seriously injured Wednesday when a car which he was trying to push out of a snowdrift backed over his body. It is believed no bones were broken but he is seriously injured internally. He is in the Coleman hospital in Estherville and pneumonia has set in. At present his condition is very low and little hope is held for his recovery. He is a brother of Mrs. Tankard Carlson, who lives in Swea town- ship, and she has been with him at the hospital the past few days. Mrs. Carlson received word Saturday from Fairfax, 111., of the death of her mother, Mrs. Adrian Nettleton. She Is well known here as the Nettletons formerly lived here and just moved to Illinois a year or so ago. She is survived by her husband, Odean Nettleton, .two sons, Shirley, of Fairfax, and Raymond, who is in the Estherville hospital; and four daughters—Mrs. Tankard Carlson, Mrs. Lawrence Dolfe, Mrs. Leonard Ande.rson, and Mrs. Henry Dolfe, all of Armstrong. vhich mecus (..very Tuesday af- tt-riicM,ii, ;iml are Mesdiimes Geo. St. John. I.eUny MeWhorter, Frank Sliili,-. A. AV. Bchrends, Al S],onl>eru, Win. Dehnert, L. C. Hice, Eihelyn lialker, and D. D'. Monlux. 'i lie next mooting will be u-j,h Mrs. A. AV. Behrends. . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Maxwell, celebrated a .seventh birthday anniversary Wednesday afternoon at 3:liO after school ;,t ,]|p ], ome of , ]er ents, and 14 schoolmates were guests. Party games wore played, following which tho feature of the afternoon presented in the form of (i hu-fifi white birthday cake decorated with red candles. The Kiinst of honor cu: the cake and a luncheon was served. Barbara wa.s the recipient of many birthday tokens. Mrs. D. P. Smith entertained at a 6:30 dinner at her home Wednesday evf.ning. Guests were the Rev. and Mrs. Geo. Vance, Mis. S. M. Wagner, Smith Centar, Mrs. B. M. Southgate, and Mr. and Mrs. Theo Herbst. Mrs. Wagner is Mrs. Vance's mother and cam& the earlier part of the week. Mrs. B. M. Soiuhgate is Mrs. Herbst's mother and is to leave soon for Long Beach, Calif. Jessie Smith and Alva Ewold were hostesses to the AYa-Tan- Ye club Tuesday evening at their apartment. Fourteen members high score Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brundage will entertain a newly organized cribbage club Friday evening at their home. Members of the club are Messrs, and Mesdames Alwin Huenhold, Gordon Ogg, and Henry Becker. The local dance club will hold a dance this evening at the I. 0. 0. F. hall. The committee in charge is composed of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, chairmen, and Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien assisting. Members of the Candle Light club met at the Algona hotel for ti 7 '>Viock dinner in the blue room. Following the dinner the group went to the Call theater. There are nine members of the club. The Delphians will meet next week Wednesday afternoon at a ] o'clock luncheon at the hotel Algona. Mrs. Harold Gilmore will give an address on, Progress of Women and a Few Women. The Easy-Aces bridge club met Tuesday with Mrs. Chris Wallu- kait. Mrs. F. J. Laing was high, Mrs. Roy Woolridge second high, and Mrs. Amy Geering, travel. Refreshments were served. Mrs. August Slagel entertained her boys' Sunday school class at a party Saturday night at the Congregational church basement. The evening was spent playing party games. Mrs. R. B. Waller and Mrs H OCERY For Friday and Saturday EACH ITEM 19c OXYDOL, mcd. BEANS, i Ibs. for MATCHES, 6 boxes SPAGHETTI or 4 f*_ MACARONI, 2 Ibs. I «f C PANCAKE 4 ft_ FLOUR, 25c pkg._ I 9C HOME BAKED COOKIES, 2 doz. _ WHEAT 1 Q CEREAL, 2 Ibs. _ 1 9C V. C. PORK and BEANS, 2 cans __ DRIED PRUNES, 3 Ibs. HEINZ 1 Q CATSUP Ig. bottle I «JC 19c 19c 19c 19c 19c 19c DREET, large size __ RICE, 8 Ibs. for ___ NORTHERN 4 ft-k TISSUE, 3 rolls __ I «JC WHEATIES, 2 pkgs. COND. MILK, 3 cans K. C. BAKING 4 ft_ POWDER, 25c can I 9C CHILI CON CARNE, 2 cans __ PIG'S FEET, 4 ft-k 14 oz. I«JC HARD WATER SOAP, 4 bars STRAINED HONEY, 1-lb. jar. 19c 19c ~ ^^ ^^ 19c 19c No. 1 Smoked Hams j Creamery Butter Half or Whole, lb 19c Sirloin Steak, lb. 25c Spare Ribs. lb. __15c Bologna, lb. __•__ 16c Bacon Sq'res, lb. 15c ' 34c Pork Liver, lb. __12c Pork Roast, lb. __16c Sliced Bacon, lb. 22c Pork Steak, lb. _ 19 C Pure Pork Sausage lb. 15c Sit i*i*»H*r rt/\«»» T^« ,1 -\r •• • ^^ Strictly Corn Fed Yearling Fore Quarters Beef lb. 12i/ 2 c 18-inch all linen towel- YO 42 x36 pillow cases r -*- U ^ .(standard) great buy - ing, blch. colored border Mattress cover-costs less than Lady Pepperell 42-inch you would pay rf» 0/r You can't beat .4O for material this, yard _J 22x44 Martex turkish towels & -j =S with colored border, 3 for _ *PJ- Blanket Specials _ -59c .98c .$1.79 $2.39 and 1 .95 Single blankets, colored block plaids, large size Plain white single blankets, 70x99 (sheets) Staple cotton double blankets 70x80 and 72x84 72x84 part wool blankets, in full color range Indian blankets in many 4 colors and patterns ___ I Farlbo all-wool better, special $6.95 blankets prices— $9 none; TO .951 Special Dress Lengths This inLl'fT-" VCry S " cces8f wl »«n«Hl promotion J his material is H very fine printed rayon silk in desirable patterns and co ors and comes ' $1.95 S;u DRESS SPECIAL SPECIAL bargains and you will say this is the greatest sale of the season __ . shades, sizes 14 to ALL FALL About 25 silk and wool children's dresses sizes s +n HERE and THERE HEAL BARGAINS FROM DOWNSTAIRS STORE shPPHn PSt f ndard quallty ' ful1 bleached 3C«* fleeting, lowest price in years, yard OdC a good heavy '|nappy» tfoth^pSr! 1 ,"!!____ 1 5C *- J d,QlGS ctllfl 111 iccoc* -P-in A * i ••<• i ors—a fi " US3beb «ne wool and hand-knit sweat- -lection $1.39 and $245 SNOW SUITS OF HEAVY FLANNEL style? S?c C oS,wi S th e c Sa p St0t o 6 " a « ne - selection °, f Jjpper; Jackets aadweuSS* and all wool—to close out Shipment of Aimis Fur Coats at | $1.55 = Shipment rj cent breul

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