Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1938
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1 < l EIGHT BUSINESS DIRECTORY LAWYERS W. B. Quarton H. W. Miller QUARTON & SttLLEB Law Offices. Phones: Office 427, residence 314 Algona, Iowa. J. I. BONAR Attorn ey-at-Law Office Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office phone 460-W. Algona, lows ULLJVAN, McMAHON & LIUSAJ If. W. Sullivan S. E. McMahoD L. E. Linnan i Attorneye-at-Law Office In new County Mutual Bldg Phone: Office, 261. Algona, Iowa | _•_ _ _ -!--...„ HAB.11INGTON & LOTYE i Attorneys-at-Law K. J. Harrington J. D. Low* Phone 287 R. J. H. 44l» Office Ove; ^ostofflce J. TAN NESS, G. W. STILLMAJS Lawyers Office In new Heise Block. Fhone 213 Algona, lows (!>. D. Shumway E. D. Kellj SHTJMWAY & KELLY Attorneys-at-Law Office In Qulnby Block lb»one 58 Algona, Iowa L. A. WTNKEL County Attorney. Attorney-at-Law Office in Quinby Building Phone 180 ""HIRAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa Stale Bank Wione 206 Algona, Io»» P. A. DANSON Attorney-at-Law Office over Iowa State Bank Phones: Office, 460-J; Res. 316 A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISOK Atto rueyo-at-Law Security State Bank Bldg. Phone 251 Algona, lows Legion-'Anx' Party Given- Some 70 women attended a Legion-Auxiliary guest meeting at the Legion hall Friday night. A 6:30 pot-luck supper was served in cafeteria style and the guests were seated at small tables decorated in valentine colors with a red candle nt each table. Mrs. L. W. Fox was chairman of the committee in charge, which consisted of the Mesdames Joseph Harig, John Kohlhaas, Cora Miller, Emily Griggs, Frank Reece. Following the supper, auction bridge was played at six tables, and a game at one long table. Mrs. G. D. Walrath was high at bridge, and Mrs. L. M. Merritt won a lucky year prize. Mrs. G. L. Vohs won first in another game and prlz es being awarded to Mrs. H. E Stepenson, Mrs. Antone Anderson Mrs. Arthur Collinson, Mrs, Mar vin Doherty, and Rachel Becker. Plum Creek Club Meets— The Plum Creek Literary and Social society met at Mr. and Mrs R, S. McWhorter's last week Wednesday evening, with 20 members present. Five tables of "500" were in play. Mrs. Austin Gardner was Spongberg. Bobby also entertained Lenora Hagg, Mrs. Eddie Cady, and the latter's daughter Evelyn at a 6:30 dinner. Dinner nnrt Bridge Party— Mesdames II. M. Hauberg T. H. Chrischillos and Helen bingley entertained - at a dinner and a bridge party Saturday evening at seven o'clock. Mrs. J. L. Bonar KOSSUTtt ftOttNTY ADVANCE. ALQOKA, JOWA group will entertain at a tea in the Hotel Algona dining room, Sunday afternoon, and guests will bo members of the Mason City and Spencer Beta Sigma Phi sororities. K. P. Keith Dinner Host— E. P. Keith entertained at an annual dinner party Sunday at the. State's Cafe. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith, rMs. Jessie Dalzlel, and the latter's daughter, Mrs. Pearl Potter. L. W. Keith Is K. P.'s son, and Mrs. Kohl is his granddaughter. Gift for Presbyterian Aid— The Early Risers 'club presented the Presbyterian Aid with an won high; Mrs. H. W. Pletch, sec- electric range Thursday for use in ond; Emily Spencer, low. The tables were decorated In red and white, with valentines to bring out the romantic season. Covers were laid for 32. high for women, and Mrs. Edward Kain low; Edward Kaln, high for men, Lewis McWhorter, low. Mrs. J. A. Johnson won a chair prize. Mrs. Mae Fitzgerald, program chairman, and Mrs. Ross Calhoun dining room chairman, with their daughters, Irene and Lucille respectively, assisted Mrs. McWhor- er in serving luncheon. The next meeting will be at next week Ross Calhoun's "Wednesday. Mrs. Hclberg Is Hostess— Mhs. Esther Helberg entertained at a club bridge party at her home last week Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Waldron were guests of the club. P. J. Waldron won the men's high score, Mrs. W. C. McDougal the women's high, and Roy Bjustrom a travel prize. Following the evening of bridge a light luncheon was served. Dinner Celebrates Birthday- Mrs. Charles Larson and her daughter Beulah entertained at a birthday dinner Thursday even- Ing in honor of Rosella Voight, stenographer at the Courthouse. Quests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight, parents of Rosella, and Mr. and Mrs. Baas, all of Whittemore, with Gertrude Baylor, cashier Veville's store. the kitchen. Members of the club are Messrs and Mesdames L. F. Rice, Dennis Pratt, J. H. Hoppe, LeRoy McWhorter, Frank Shilts, and George St. John. Dance at Y. P. W. Hall— The Young Married People's dance club is having a dance tonight (Thursday) at the V. F. W. hall. Mr. and Mrs. Claude See-, ley and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brown are the committee In charge. The Algona Rhythm club band will furnish the music. New Club Plays Bridge- Mrs. William Becker was hostess to the newly organized D. & C. club at her home yesterday afternoon. A 1:30 dessert proceeded bridge. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew Ex-Shcrlff ttft& Birthday— Mrs. Claude A. Sampson entertained at 6:30 dinner Tuesday evening In honor of her husband's birthday anniversary. Nine guests wore present, and the diversion was bridge. Party for Store Clerks— Buelah Larson entertained the Neville store force at an informal party Saturday night after work. A Dutch lunch was served. OTHKlTsOCTKTY Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll entertained a group of women at a sewing party Tuesday afternoon, Attending: Mesdames Grant Sample, II. M. Harris, John Laing, Samuel Smith, Vaughn Rising, F. D. Wilson, and Leonard Peterson, also Cojpitola Sample. Refreshments were served. Mrs. W. A. Barry entertained o'clock tables G. R. Cook, Mrs. Josephine Stanton, and Mrs. Harry Hardgreaves winning the prizes. Trade Holtzbauer, sister of the hostess, was a guest of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart were in charge of a Home Builders S. S. class committee meeting last Wednesday evening at ' the Methodist church. They will entertain the class Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan as assistant host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winkel entertained their bridge club Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock dinner. her bridge club at one luncheon Tuesday. Two were in play, with Mrs. at Hobo' Breakfast Is Served— Mrs. Frank Shilts, assisted by MAUB.ICE C. McMAHOH Atto m ey-et-Law Office in Heise Bldg. Kione 325 Algona, Iowa DOCTORS JOHJf N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 C. H. CRETZMEYEIt, M. D. Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraith Block Phones 444-310 Algona Iowa Baby's Birthday Js Observed- One year old Joan daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart, celebrated her birthday anniversary last week Thursday afternoon at the home of her parents. Wee guests were Jimmle McMahon, Sherman Meyer Jr., Melvin Olson Jr., Jean Dillinger, Marjorie DeLano, Ardris Jane Reed, and Jean Ray Beamish, and others were Mesdames E. C. McMahon, S. W. Meyer, H. M. Olson, Chester Dillinger, E. R. DeLano, Raymond Beamish, Raymond Reed, Glen Roland, Roy Bjustrom, and W. C. _ _ McDougal. Following a social s . sTciass'w'ill meet Tuesday with afternoon, a light refreshment was Mrs. Neal Smith, and assisting served, hostesses will be Mesdames Margaret Bishop, W. H. Godfrey, and Jane Clarke. Mrs. W. G. Muhleman will give a report of her recent trip to a Methodist convention at Chicago. \Iosdames George St. John and Le loy McWhorter, entertained at a hobo breakfast" yesterday (Wed- lesday) morning. Between 9 and 1 o'clock 35 women called for reakfast in paper sacks. The proceeds were for the benefit of the Aid of the Presbyterian church. Carmen IVellendorf 3; Party- Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf entertained between 3 and 5 yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon in honor of her little daughter Carmen's third birthday. Eight little friends were present to play games. Refreshments were in valentine style and there was a huge birthday cake for a centerpiece. was a club guest. Prizes were won : Covers were laid for 12. C. L. by Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, high and Bliley won high men's score, and Mrs. Fred Parks, travel. .... Presbyterian Men Meet Tonight— Christine Wernert was high for women. Travel was won by Mrs. L. J. Nelson. The Presbyterian Men's club M ; g _ Meta R e dfield entertained meets tonight (Thursday) at the church and John G. McDowell high school principal, will have charge of the program. Hostesses will be the Mesdames J. H. Hoppe Martin Jensen, L. F. Rice, and Alwin Huenhold. Mrs. Mnhleman to Speak— The Methodist Bible Searchers MELYIN G. BOUBNE Physician and Surgeon Office in Postoffice Block Ptjones: Office, 197; residence, 19< ~" DENTISTS ~"DB. H. M. OLSON Dentist Located over Christensen Store. Phones: Business, 166; Res., 788 Aigona, Iowa Surprise for the Didriksens— Mrs. Martin Didriksen was honored at a surprise birthday party Saturday afternoon at her home. Guests were Mrs. Robert Leason, daughter Mabel, Mrs. Chris Knudsen, Mrs. John Anderson, Fowler, Colo., (who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Julius Kunz, Wesley), Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler, and Mr. and Mrs. Soren Didriksen, the latter named couple of Britt. The time was spent socially, and refreshments were served. Mrs. Zeigler is a daughter of the Martin Didrik- sens, and Soren Didriksen is Martin's brother. 0»EO. D. WALIUTH, D. D. S. General Dentistry Office in Postoffice Block. Phone 20 Algona, Iowa KARL R. HOFFMAN Dentist Office in New Hei.se Bldg. Phones: Office 4-1, res. 116. DR. C. D. SCIIAAP DeHtist Algona, Iowa Phones: Bus. 133, res. 174. LOANS AND INSURANCE MIT RTAGH & SON Loans Real Estate Insurance and Bonds First of Tiro Parties Given- Mrs. J. L. Bonar, Mrs. R. H. Miller, and Mrs. M. G. Bourne entertained at one o'clock luncheon Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Bonar, covers being laid for 16. Bridge was the diversion, and prizes were won by Mrs. .E. V. Pierco, Mrs. P. P. Zerfass and Mrs. Win. F. Steele. Mrs. Bonar, Mrs. Miller, and Mrs. Bourne will be hostesses at a seven o'clock dinner Saturday at the Bonar home. Covers will be laid for 16. Methodist Board Meets— The Rev. and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess entertained the Methodist board Monday evening at the parsonage. A business meeting was held .followed by a social hour. Mr. Burgess gave a half hour report of a great Methodist convention he attended at Chicago last week. Local Sorority to Entertain— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority will have a special meeting tonight at Valeria Pickett's. This Party for Four Corners Club— The Four Corners M. & D. club met lost week Thusday at Mrs. Noble Mitchell's, with the men as guests. Altogether there were 64 persons in atendanfe. A pot luck dinner was served at noon, and the afternoon was spent at 500. Mrs. C. E. Heise Complimented— Mrs. Chris Heise celebrated her 83rd birthday Friday, and in the afternoon ten members of the German Lutheran Aid called as a surprise, with lunch baskets. Mrs. Helse's son, Dr. R. W. Heise, Emmetsburg, also called. Box Social Is Announced— The Fellowship club will hold a old time box social next Tuesday evening 8:30 at the Presbyterian, church. A program is planned. Women are to take boxes. The public is invited. her Handkerchief club Tuesday afternoon at two tables of bridge. Mrs. Frank Vera won high; Mrs. James Watts, travel ;and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn was low. Refreshments were served late In the afternoon. Mrs. Nellie Van Allen entertained the Larkin club Tuesday evening. Bridge was played and prizes were won hy Mrs. Ruth Cook, high; Mrs. E. S. Kinsey, the chair, and Mrs. Ray Cook, low. There are ten members. Mrs. A. A. Bishop will entertain the Chat and Sew club Monday. The Bel Canto Music club met yesterday (Wednesday) with Mrs. Zora McEnroe, and Lucia Wallace gave a talk on Form and Design in Music. The Methodist Centenary S. S. class will meet for 6:30 p. m. dinner next Tuesday at the church. The committee in charge con- siss of Messrs, and Mesdames Lloyd Muckey and L. M. Merrltt. Barber and Mrs. Frank Shilts and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe entertained at the Shilts home a newly organized club at 6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening. This was 1 ormerly the Early Risers club. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ogg entertained at a cribbage party Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold won the prizes. Other guests were Messrs, and Mesdames Menry Becker and G. D. Brundage. The Delphian Society will meet next Tuesday for 1 o'clock luncheon at the Hotel Algona. Mrs. C. H. Cretzmoyer will be leader and will speak on, Let Us Try to Understand Art and Artists. The Wa-Tan-Yo club met for sin Informal party Tuesday evening at Laura Mitchell's, Violet. Norman assisting. The time was spent at sewing, and light refreshments were served. Mrs. Andrew Godfredson entertained the E. T. W. bridge club yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon. Mrs. A. W. Amunson entertained her bridge club last evening two tables. The D. A. R. met Tuesday Mrs. Laura Palmer's and assisting hostesses were Mra. Hyde, Mrs. T. T. Horbst and Carrie Bourne. Mrs ; Mable Paxson was in charge program. Mrs. Arthur Anderson is entertaining at a bridge party at her home Thursday afternoon (today). A SELL OUT AT practically your own price ALL WINTER GOODS at the Annex Two Big Days, Friday an Saturday, Feb. 11 and 12. For two days we will posi lively sell out every winte item in the ANNEX at sue: ridiculously low prices as t amount to a virtual auction There are various odd lots consisting of underwear sweaters, Fall and Winte dresses, prints, silk dresses a few winter coats and a grand collection of a "littl bit of everything" which wil be sold regardless of cost o former selling price. This is your on6 big oppor tunity to get the greates bargains of the season — re member TWO DAYS ONLY Friday and Saturday February 11 and 12 at Algona's little bargain center, the ANNEX. The Chrischilles •' Dailey (Waa Cltyans from com 7.95 Qu|nby nidg. Phone 105 Your Money's Worth in BJPAL KSTATK, RIUL ESTVTE LOANS, AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST Office over la. State Ilk. Phone 93 Algoun, Iowa See I). D. PAXSON For Town Dwelling, Household Goflds, and Automobile Insurance. Do not neglect your policy for often loss occurs when lapses. Woman's Club Meets Tomorrow— The Woman's club will meet tomorrow (Friday) at the public library, tind there will be a discussion on vacations of Yesterday and Today, with Airs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, in charge. An exhibit of brochures of all the leading tourist agencies of America, with a film on Bermuda flowers, will be a feature of the meeting, through the courtsey of Better Homes & Gardens zine. the maga- VETERINARIANS Farewell for Mrs. Peterson- Mrs. Win. C. Dau entertained nine women at a farewell party Tuesday for Mrs. Alfred Peterson who with her husband will move to the home farm near Good Hope next Tuesday. The afternoon was .spent socially, and light refreshments were served. Mrs. Peterson Was presented with a gift. Mr. Peterson is the former manager of the Dahlhauser pool hall near the Ben Franklin store. Bobby McDougal Is Host— Bobby, son of Mr. and Mrs. W C. McDougal, entertained six little insurance boys at a birthday party last week Monday evening after school. At- L. W. FOX •T. B. WINKEL Veterinarians West State Street, Algona Phones: Office, 475-W; Res, 476-R l(i:OSSUTH COUNTY MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION fl!|,000.000 worth of insurance In foijce. A home company. Safe, secure. D. D. Paxson, Secretary SHOE REPAIRING ~= RUNGE SHOE SI10P Shoes Shined and Repaired. Alfona - I OWB tending: Donald Donovan, Bobby McDonald, Larry French, Danson, Thorpe, Bobby Garry Jackie Important A nnouncement to all home sewers. Cnrischilles O TT O H3. 3D All Simplicity Patterns 15c Simplicity patterns are probably the world's outstanding 15c pattern. For the pastj two or three years, the Simplicity company has added a line of 20c and 25c patterns, embracing more complicated and elaborate styles. Now they find that best results are obtained from ONE PRICE pattern and have given us permission to sell ALL PATTERNS, regardless of former retail price, at 15c. Beginning therefore this week ALL SIMPLICITY PATTERNS, regardless of price marked on the envelope, will be sold for 15c GOSSARD This 17«incli Girdle Cor, rects That ^Hippy^ Look This Gossara hook-around is H inches Ions to 3 ive the fuIU h'Pped figure a slim look from waist to kriee. Of [ us , trous satin and knit elastic. Model 5088. n it n M ^ round uplift of lace. Model 8018 " CLOSING OUT SALE As we have decided to quit farming, will sell the f ollowing described property on the old Keen farm, 2 miles east of Algona on No 18 MONDAY, FEB. 14 Sale to Start at 11 Sharp Lunch Wagon on the Ground 5 Purebred Percherons One black registered stallion, 2 yrs.old, "Eronprinz" breeding; one Sv.tn?! 1 n red ?fi re ' 9yrS -° ld ' Safe iu foa1 ' one black registered mare 9 yrs. old One of these mares is out of Jalep, first prize International ' 1 f,. 111 ±~ ~ '. •~~".t"- > ^> tjj-cvuu. uuaiupiuil d\i iOWcl One black mare 12 yrs. old, out of an imported mare- one fS°£i 0 SS ; C0lt C ° nUng a yr " ° ld ' ° ut ° f the Jala P mai<e 51 gre 7 Ckhorse 10 yrs. old. 32 Head Holstein Cattle 22 Head of Hogs 22 8 head of Duroc brood sows; 13 head of fall pi gs; l pul . bred Hampshire 16 Head of Sheep 16 15 ewes, one purebred Hampshire buck. 13O Chickens White Bocks, White Minoreaa and White Leghorns FARM MACHINERY, ECT. 130 binder; 16 Inch blower p,p e ; 4 ho e corn sheller; John Deere corn planter with IM r f™ es| curved elbow for •• — I **»»\* & lAu&ao electric mnrrn" 1 T^nT i " : "V"^^ *.' ±uu "' endless 6 - inch belt : 3 sets of breeehtae hnri Del f val crea m separator No" hay rope; set of hay slings; hay forks; *"•» »"=&.-?-™, Uk .. c * n !J sa ddle; nonv RB ^^LT „?„"£ <««. Creek station; Majestic range; oTrculltinTheatLr^T^rTji 1 a * C u 6s of " mber lamMST? W 3 erators; l good piano and other items. ' Hot Blast heater : 1 kerosene Mrs. A. J. Keen & Son Lou Matern, Auctioneer ««„,«,*.«.' J^ vii Security State Banis, Clerk Short sleeves, tiny waistline and ballerina skirts combine for figure strategy. We've a whole new crop of spring prints to set your wardrobe abloom, thriftily—just received from our Chicago market trip. oiuiuh.* vifcj'A.iniui reti T $«,<i<Hi XT**!-:,, He iSpencer'11 .years. < 'her of Commerce a organizations 'there to let blm go., The ibave highly complii Farewell Banq The .Spencer Cha merce gave a farew Mr. Bailey's honor i day night. « Bruce Iv board president, wa chairman:' "Then .the-Spencer Daily procession, of 'gifts ious nature, all of or were supposed : pened;;were;'the f ?•• acms'W(tpgether wl they gave to Dail Oranges Sunkist „„„, RADISHES 3 bunches _ 10c LETTUCE 2 heads 13 C 10 lh« AU IDS. :T^jPuHeia^a|yien< match Dailey'fl virltelbriareX?? R° (aifftcsimiliejof '. GRAPE Dozen __. Potatoes COFFEE SYRUP Chase & Sanborn, lb. —I No. 5 golden __25c EGG NOODLES 2 Irg. pkgs. ___ 25c fta«$$lllMrtect MUSTARD|||gg§- Q uart Strained Honey IM. PRESERVES 2 lb. jar 19 C "PEACHES No. 10 can 49 C —— ;jler|XPgi«;t|WV ^ 11 SOUP MIXTl4£Hpjfc., l _l ^^mWi3«in, FANCY 13/ PINEAPPLE No. 10 can PRUNES ^^^^^^"^^^^^•^^^••i^^— is ii ,_!or hi .-Jft. the »JSifc-M aS&Kftur- W( ^flift$W a8 ° feSlMUcan * FLOUR Whole Wheat or Wheat Graham 5 lb. bag 23c ?R1ED~PEACHES £ Ibs. 1 4 pkgi. '.T 3, get one free 21bs. •C"~™"~~'^ = -5sSS5 DREFT JELLO 1 Chocolate Puflainsyj 3 Genuine Jello 4 pkg». WHEAT CERE! ~.. i 21ba. POPPED WHE Bice or Oats 3 pkgs. PORK&BEA 3 tall cans Large Size Package H I. n •••••••••••^ i • • PORK ROAS Lean Pork Biiu», H Picnic Style, * V*v Pork Saiisag* ~~i*f» Pig Pork Steak, lb. Sliced Bacon No, 1 Crernm Cheese ndB twei * mon

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