Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1938
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KOSStJTli COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA PAGE THRB8 Pageant Presented at LuVcrne Sunday •• — n» , n spo*U4ig the nation's freight . . . carrying the nation's people ... [MILWAUKEE ROAD tr.tt«contin«n«al OLTMPIAH, wfied foi 636 ikountain miles; h939 HiAWAim-'lMWMt and lit oi supet-n>««4 «trtamliners— ,« two leaden oi a great fleet I, iieir compintoM—and all ip,i Milwaukee Itead taiai- te conditioned and carry finest ,m equipment including alia-type coadui. , height service there are fast ah trains between Chicago and le-Tacoma. Giant electric loco- motives take them across the Belt Rocky, Bitter Root and Cascade Mountains on passenger train schedules. All over the 11,000 mile system fast schedules provide for prompt, dependable movements oi freight in any classification and any quantity over a great part of the nation. Convenient pick-up and delivery service tor shippers of less than carload lots. Next time you travel or ship, test the economy, convenience and satisfaction of Milwaukee Road service. ^MILWAUKEE ROAD AHOME TOWN INDUSTRY Perhaps, this year, distance will keep Mother, Dad, son or daughter from joining you 'round the table. Then vhy not do the next best thing . . . talk to them by telephone. ~ Yoij can telephone at any time from 7 o'clock Wednesday night through Thanksgiving Day until 4:30 a. m. Friday at lowest long distance rates. h church THREE SCENES DEPICT HOMES FOR 3JPOCHS Lu Verno, Nov. 22— Yesterday, oday and Forever, a religious mgcant, wn.s presented by mem-1 )crs of the woman's home mission- ry society oE the local Evangell- fil church Sunday evening. It was i three scenes, and depicted first Jewish home. The second scene, GOO years later, showed a mlnls- cr's home in Illinois, and the third <as of the present, showing an Vmerican missionary in a home in 'hina. Taking part were Mrs. lenry Marty, Mrs. Paul Blumer, Florence Hof, Mrs. Fred Merkle, Esther Merkle, Mrs. E. R. Walter Hulda Fritzemeter, Elmer Merkle uid James Blumer, A male quartet sang one number, and a woman's quartette sang. The young people's Mission circle and the Mission band assisted in the pro gram. Shower for Lillian Krause— Mesdames Arthur and Clarenc Krause, Frank Santord, and John Hoppe, with Emma Krause, wer at Renwick Saturday and attende a miscellaneous shower there fo Lillian Krause, whose marriage t Arthur Maasdam, Irvington, wil take place on Thanksgiving da Miss Krause taught the rum school of which Paul Phillips is i director for three years. The couple will live at Irvington. Hand Helps School-Program- Mr, and Mrs. Duane Neal, with "the little German band," attended a program given by the pupils of a school south of Clarion taught by Ruth Neal last week Thursday evening, and the band, which consists of Merle Eggleston, Robert Chapman, Merlin Baker, Erwin Meyer, and Richard Smith, played several numbers. Club Springs Housewarniing— The Sherman Good Will club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Frank Sanford, and plans were made for an annual oyster supper for families the evening of Decem- b'er 2 One of the members, Mrs. obert. Hardcopf, was to be given surprise housewarming this eek Tuesday. it Attend School Here- Mrs. Charles Boyle and aughter Marjorie Lee, who ently moved from Fort Dodge to loline, 111., were recent guests £ the former's mother, Mrs. ». 'on Draska. Harjorie Lee will pend the winter with her granl- nother and attend school here. rimnkofferlng Program Given— The Presbyterian missionary so ciety observed Thank Offering Sun day at the church, with the women o£ the society in "charge of a ™-o Whittemore News Francis Dtfffy and Rosella Volgt, Algona, were here Monday. Mrs. Otto Wernll returned, to her home at Le Mars Sunday. She spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, Hahn. Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien, Clear Lake, and the daughters Joyce and nn spent Saturday and Sunday Hh Tim's mother, Mrs. Catherine dinner guests at Henry Wichten- 'PARISH NIGHT' IS A MONTHLY EVENT FOR LOTTS GREEK Lotts Creek, Nov. 22— 'Parish Night' was observed in the base- house Friday evening and elected ment of the Lutheran school-i "' ' ""—*• M "" M house at Lotts Creek Friday eve- 1 dahl'e. Mr. and drove to Mrs. George Meyer Armstrong last week Thursday to visit the Nick Loofts. The Lutheran Aid association met at the local Lutheran school- 'Brien. Joan Fleming has returned to officers: W. A. Ruach, president; Elmer Bell, vice; P. L. Jessen, secretary-treasurer. The serving com- arents, ng. Beulah Larsen hlcago, after two weeks with her Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Flem- w~,*,~ ~~ and her sister Loretta, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Jernard Jensen, Lone Rock, spent Sunday afternoon at Arthur Hel- denwith's and saw Mrs. Lloyd Walker's new daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer Herman Behnke, and Selma Meyei were Sunday guests at Martin Meyer's, Garner. mittee consisted of Henry and Al- one ev ery month, during the win- bert Lauck, William Hanover, and ter> ning. It was the first one o£ the'J season, and others are to follow, , . Mr. and Mrs. William Roebor, son Wilbur, Leonard Meyer, and Raymond Heller. W. C. Dau, Algona, showed moving pictures taken out west and in the Black Hills last summer, also conservation pictures and of the flood in the lowlands near Algona. •Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Elbert and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elbert, Metamora, 111., arrived Saturday for visits with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Elbert and other local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elbert went home Sunday. Mrs. A, J. Elbert remained for an extended stay. A. J. Is a August Gade drove to Rochester last week Thursday, • and Mrs. Roeber remained to go through the Mayo clinic. Wilbur and Leonard returned the same day. Mrs. Al- eu iur mi uAL^ii^^"- «v.»*i • — brother of J. V. and Mrs. A. J. is a sister of Mrs. J. V. Among persons who attended a recent miscellanous shower for These are Informal meetings given over to entertainment and|| pastimes for young and old, 11 though it is chiefly married folks' who participate. This is the fifth 11 winter that these 'Parish Nights'! have been held, which speaks for! their popularity. j No special program had ' been; arranged for this one. Most of the I members had been too busy picking corn till of late. But some kind,| of informal entertainment will be provided In the coming months, j The "Little German band," which after all, is not so little, furnished music Friday night, and the Rev. Ernst Fiene, gave a talk, Dream- Elliot Waldschmidt and Emma| ing and Dreams. A f r red r Bruhn e FaTrvme a aVher tW Mae LlcMe^ Wesley, were Mr, „„ conducted by r,f,MprrAJ P nrlnd Phvllis spent J. V. Elbert, Mrs. Jos. Eiselei, and wdas a feature . The daughters Arlene and Phyllis spent Friday at Herman Meyer's and at Arthur Heidenwith's. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jessen, son Ralph, the Arnold Gades, and the Ted Meiers were Sunday evening . . , daughter Alice, Mrs. P. J. Mrs. Dee Ostwald, Mrs. Jos. "guessing .. ... _ committee .. The. remainder of the evening was given over to oth- Mrs. uee uai.wa.iu, »!.»-. er pastimes, and visiting. A light er daughter Veronica, Mrs. Simon, lunch was nerve( j. Weber, Mrs. R. H. Behnke, daugh- The comm j ttee consisted of Mr. ter Alver'a, and Mrs. A. J. Elbert. ^ and Mrs. Alex Radig, Mr. and Mrs. her re- gram of music, readings, a_ talk: on clar]£ , g SCr SCHOOL PUPILS, CORWITH, GIVE MUSIC PROGRAM 'Corwith, Nov. 22—'Corwith Consolidated school pupils will be presented in a musical program at the auditorium this week Tuesday evening. Two hundred twenty- pupils, including all in the first to eighth grades, plus the band, glee clubs, and a mixed chorus, will take part? Instrumental numbers will be in charge of J. Worth Miller, and Esther Smith will dlred vocal numbers. Accompanists will e Mrs. J. Frances Kee and Eva fee-Gee. Following is the program ', Processional Hymn; The Joy of Harvest, by Elyey, 7th and 8th grades; Father, We Thank .Thee, by Watt, and Over the River and Through the Woods, 1st, 2nd, 3rd grades; Shortenin' Bread, by Dett, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades; Now Thank We All Our God, high school girls' glee clut>; Prayer of Thanksgiving, by Cruger, high school mixed chorus; band concert, the lost number accompaniment for a a grade chorus of 118 voices. The band now has 37 pieces. home project ledders met at Mrs Albert Johnson's November 15 for irst training school. Mrs. HicKs, ossuth H. D. A., was in charge of a lesson on the nutritional value oi oods and the cost of adequate meWs To illustrate, luncheon was served at noon, and the menu wa» one that would be suitable fo: either noon dinner or supper uncheon. The women attending the lesson will give follow-up lea- sons in their communities. The next training school will be held January 7 at the home of Mrs, Sim Bemis at Sexton. Accident Victim Getting About- Clair (Bud) Wermersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wermersen who was injured seven weeks ago while at work with a paving crew at Kanawha, has been released from the Steele hospital at Otto Ruhnke, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch. The committee for December will be Mr. and Mrs. . Arnold Meine, Mr. and Mrs. Her-j| man Hintz, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth. West Bend dent. He recovered from his injuries much sooner than was expected, but still walks with crutches. He was up town for the first time Saturday night. Jewish Sunday is Observed— The Baptist church had services Sunday in observance of Jewish Observance Sunday. Portia Johnson played Morning Prelude, Kol Nedri; Morning Offertory, Mable Tof; Evening Prelude, Day of At- tonement; Evening Offertory, Ha- tikva; solo, Eli! Eli! Mrs. Clifford Meyers; prayer. "Aux" Plans Feather Festival- Mr. and Mrs. George McLaughlin left for home at Nichols Monday, and the Orris Eckharts returned to Ruthven the same day. The mien had been driving trucks here for the pavers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mikes and Irene Mikes were at Ames Saturday. Ruth Williamson, Sioux Center, spent the week-end here. She is a former West Bend teacher. « Record at Corn-Picking. Lu Verne, Nov. 22—Fred, 22 son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goatsch, farmers living west of Lu Verne made a record at husking corn this season. He averaged 200 bu- iels a day for ten days. The corn as of the hybrid variety and was rown on his father's farm. ROOMS — IF YOU WANT TO find a suitable room in Algona, make cnown your wants in this section Alaska "J - "•i/r-,, readings, and prayer. Mrs. Chapman, president, presided Word has of Corwith been received of the Leslie Clark, for„,,.„ resident, at his Mrs. Ellis Mosac's, Britt. Born at Monroe iij »»..., --,—. ..-J nearly 73. Wednesday January 15, 1866, — -.-•., Evdngellsal some years later and his family and Mrs. E. | lived on the place which he came here Ralpli Algona, low a Phones 420-421 SPECIALS FOR Fri., Sat., Monday, Nov. 25, 26, and 28 Sugar, fine grand, (limit) 10 lb». __45c Oatmeal, quick or reg. large 1GA -_14c Crackers, fresh soda 2 Ib. box 12c Dill Pickles, Carol full qt I5c Peanut Butter, good grade, qt. 25c Cream Style 0 , Corn, Golden, No. 2 3 cans 23c Cream Cereal, IGA 28-oz. box I5c Good Grade . , Cocoa, Muchmore 2 Ib. box 15c Drano, cleans drains, per can _«• 21c Gloss Starch, IGA, Mb. boxes, ea. _ . -9c Sally May • . ., _ Cleansing Tissue 2 Ig. boxes 19c Wax Paper, 125-ft. rolls, IGA 21c Hill's Dog Food, 1 Ib. can 3 for 19c Coffee, Red A, fresh ground, Ib 16c Coffee, Blue G high grade, Ib 21c Peas,No.2can 3for25c Powdered Sugar 2 Ibs. 13c Brown Sugar, 2 Ibs. __-lie Fig Bars, fresh, Ib. ._ Peanut Brittle, fresh, 2 Ibs. _ _ Raisins ___21bs.l5c Potatoes, Irish Cobblers, pk. loc Grapefruit, Tex. Seedless, 1 doz. __25c Oranges, med. size _ 2 doz. 33c Apples, Gano's fancy, bu. $1.59 Lettuce, large solid heads, ea. -8c Picnic Hams, Ib -"»"^1 C Pure Lard 3 Ibs. 27c Spare Ribs, Ib Fancy Beef Roast Bacon Squares, Ib. _ - _ Pork Shoulder Roast, Ib. Pork Sausage •—. 2 Ibs. 27c Ground Beef 7 ___21bs.29c nnnnnonn 1*0 rnA IxfiV, H11U- iw- -3* •*-•• i *,n «»** «« *—— *•T, WnltM- and Florence Hof, Hul- Oxley now farms. Four years ago, R ' ¥< ™£r and Anna Woito. after the death of his wife, he sold da Frltzemeiei. ano_Anna O ut and.went to Sioux City, where he worked in the. city water works invs- nrsi aau ««~ J " department. Funeral services were teams played at Thor Sat- he i d at Britt by the Rev. B. A. evening and won • both, R US t here. Surviving are six of The boys' and girls' teams ten children: Mrs. Mosac; Mrs. last week James Kelly, Milwaukee; Mrs. WU- Itaskcteers Win Four The boys' first and second I liam ~Sheffler, Los Angeles; thur, Norwalk; John, Britt; Arand 1938 Regular Chauffeur's Licenses EXPIRE December 31, J938 Renewal Applications for 1939 Chiuff iiur's Licenses will be accepted by the Examiners|be- gjpning at urday games. both won at Vernon Monday evening. Son No. 2 for Johnsons inarren, »vm.enuu. >^»^. »»»»»• Mr and Mrs. James Johnson are and four 6 i g t ers : a i so survive. ' •» of a boy, born Monday, . . bov and second child. Leaders Take Project Lesson— 1 Ten women who will be local LUX J. JIIMO * ^ w ^«^» At the last Auxiliary, meeting plans were laid for the annua Feather Festival. It was decide to hold winter meetings in the M ternoon. The Junior Girls' Auxil iary met Saturday at Verla John eon's. Three on Jury Panel— Robert Hartwig, Mrs. ^ Helen Brummond, and Arthur ston, all of Corwith, are petit jury panel at Garner for the g November term of court. •""• Youth's Birthday Celebrated— Farr'ell, Waterloo. Six brothers Other In Verne Sunday guests from out of town nt Lu Verne homes this week in- cuded the Lloyd Phillips famUy, Kanawha, at the Mre. S. F, Pnil- Sr^me; the George Thompsons Ledyard, at the Mason and the Thompson homes; the Roy Buengers, West Bend, at Edwin Hanselman's; the John Jacksons, of Graett inger, and Chester Boyle, of Sffi, 111., at Harry VonDi'aste's. Mr* John Zink and her daughter, Marie Wiener, who teacher the Wiener school, north of Lu Verne, S ended the pageant at the local Evangelical church Sunday even- ng Mrs. Zink's home is a Cedar "alls but she will spend the , win- X? at her daughter Mrs. Frank Living- on the Byron Severns celebrated his 17th birthday last week Thursday U by entertaining .Lee and Douglas |< Wolfe at supper. A large birthday, • • cake was served. BROOD SOWS—IF YOU HAVE one or more for sale just make it known in an Advance Want Ad. £ AGAIN-By Popular Request Christensen Bros, bring to you an ainazing inanufac- turer's Sale of fine furs, in co-operation with the Montreal Fur Trading Co., placing on display and sale, all the very newest styles and models of the finest furs at unprecedented^ savings.. Manufacturer's SALE of SAMPLE e , Graymont, in were here most of last weak, looking after farm interests. Sam Swank came from Clinton, Minn, Friday tor a short visit, S SC «on m, eviration °< cUauffeur 1 * license i ss «« dh ^f rn e w ed annually upon e:nber3J(BUacb year and shall be renewea« application and exanoinatm and PWn»£ frta its dis . rfanysuoh applicant by law, appli can be C03IMENT8 OX . imnui Neville [By the late Geo. H. Free.] Some folks say that Jimmie Neville ; Is first cousin to the devil, Mebby so, but let us give the cuss his dues, For he knows move tricks in leather Than the whole town put together, And he's got his cousin beat at fitting; shoes. I will own, he's sometimes cranky, But who ever knew a Yankee With Jood Irish blood a-runnin' through bis veins But at times would show the metal you Ut^t mettrSs along with brains. Sunday to Mr ed a few friends Friday evening at contract bridge at two tabe^, Mrs, Archie Sanford winning high, aud Mrs. Edw. Dehnert being low. iwued dto *p l be IwW to Algona every Monday, Nov. 8? S « riff Casey Los* WANT ADS SENECA Vfhe Seneca high school girfc and boys basketball teams played Lone Rock, there, FritJay evening, and the Jocal girls wre defeated, but the boys won* 27-W- Olsen, of the Seneca team, People entertained at a party at the McKea* \ ^XSi*^srs^s^ »s£'«a.s** 2te?Jn»"%El Sfe^fc?'" 1 * If you've got a corn or bunion That is itchy ae an pnion, Or the rheumati Z -the rlq* i tolta call it gout- Jus.t drop in on IriskJimmie And you'll laugh until you shimmy At the way your feet will feel when you come out. Limpin' to his store this morning With ten corns my toes adorning, I says to- him, "Neville, for the love of Pete Ain't you got a slipper, Jimmie Somethin' easy you can gimme So that I can live with these here aching feet? When he'd sized 'em up, "0 thunder!" . Jimmie says, "it ain't no wonder ffhat yer foundered, ; -John, and cross and got the blues, Here you are ar-wearin sevens When you'd ort to have elevens— • -Taint you/ feet at all that's hurtln', it's yer shoes. Then a model he selected Bigger than I had expected-^- . . . ' Oversize, he called 'em—trim and neat, And I tell you, on the level, . I am string for Jimmie Seville, For he's sure a friend' to me with aching feet. , "O, Jim is all right," says I, "but he always makes nlc think of a Ford car, you can't slow the Warned cuss down." "Yes," eftys John, "an* Uto a W*, b« is always ready to take a drjak and' be .has g.ot SQ much K ahout him. a&4 he always finishes vrn^ he starts out to do, whetaer it is rafeia^attalfs a^, hogs, cryin' sales, or selling shoes. SomeUmos he wmtads me of a Bulck, thougb. You toovr they have got a valve l» their head and it keeps workln' all the FUR COATS A Smashing 1-Day Event of Exceptional Values —in— . ; ... , . ; -. • -.. . i ' Quality Furs At Our Store Monday, November 28 $50,000 Worth of Fashion 1 ..Successes In Precious FUR COATS One of the largest Fur Manufacturers of New York City and Montreal, Canada, must dispose of its entire stock of salesmen's samples. They have priced the Coats so low that every garment is marked at less than actual cost of manufuaeturing—it will positive* ly PAY YOU TO BUY YOUB FUB COAT NOW FOB BUY NOW! 33V 3 to 50°!o SAVINGS You must not miss this Sale? You will have fc> see these Furs to realize the tremendous savings of* fered, Come early! Full length, tturee.<inart»r, swagger and sUp4nto co»g-«ll *m* » »e snr§ to attend this , t ^v ,<,*#.'•

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