Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSSUf H COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA Weslcyans Attend Algona C. D. A. Reception PARTY OF 18 SEES 'COURT' REORGANIZED Twenty Years After EDWARD IMIBSON, junior hlg'i school boy who had joined the colors, had come home on furlough, after having been, at sea. He had been in the navy since June. His ship patroled the Gulf Coast, and Wesley, Dec. 6—Some 20 C. D. A. officers and men had the unusual women here attended a reception experience of sighting five Oer- for merahbers of a reorganized ; m an submarines. The "subs" were court at Algona Sunday. The court S°'ng in an opposite direction and there wns disbanded some years 'offered no battle. His ship \had Mesdames beel1 to France once. His father, Lewis Larson, worked for the Algona woodworks. . * * * * THE HURT Monitor had reported that Frank Householder and Waldemar Rledel had been wound- ago. From here -were William Ward, Alfred Erdman, Eldon Ravlin, R. K. Richardson, Julius Kunz, Alt Studer, Lou Lick- tieg, George Hirner, Henry Haverly, E. M. Olson, August Garman, John and Victor Loebig, Joseph and , George Goetz, and Harry Johnson; also Mabel and Helen Kent. Mrs. Sartor and Mrs. Mary Oesterrelch- er, Titnoka, were other outsiders. Some of the women stayed for a banquet at 6:30 p. rn. Methodist W. F. 3L S. Meets— The Methodist Woman's Foreign Missionary society met with Mrs. Hans Hansen Friday, 15 members and Mrs. Paul Erdman, guest, attending. Mrs. Lawrence Hansen led devotions; Mrs. John Mullins, the lesson. A short Christmas program was given: Mrs. Charles Kraus and Mrs. Arthur Bottom, duet; Mrs. Carl Hansen, reading, The Heavenly Song; group singing, Silent Night. Gifts were exchanged. Two New Babies Here — A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. ed in the final days of the war, the latter In the arm. * * + * NEWS HAD BEEN received by Cashier S'eward, of the First National bank, that hie brother Rayman had been killed in action in France two days before the Armistice. Another brother, ' Emory, once of Algona, was in France. * * * * GEORGE H. FREE, railway postal clerk, reported that since the war ended many relics, such as German helmets, were being sent through the malls. Some 20 helmets, he said, had been in the mails In a single day, addressed to points In South Dakota. * * * * LIEUT. DORMEUIL, French army officer who spo'kfe here in behalf of the war savings stamp ^ j— — — «•»« ..*..;. »!«.!•!. ui. tiiu \vctr scivings stamp Mike Arndorfer November 24; a boy campaign, had told that his home was born to Mr. and^Mrs. George town had been in the path of three World wa) , battles and was SQ ruined that it would thenceforth be only a. memory. He had served 38 months in the trenches. * * * * PRESIDENT WILSON had intervened to send a Whittemore boy home to his mother. He was Frank Miller last week Wednesday at the Kossuth hospital, the first child. VIrs. Miller was formerly Eleanor Struecker, and the Millers live vith her parents, Mr. and Mr.s. G. 3. Struecker, north of Wesley. Gifts for Catholic School- Albert Kleinpeter has presented . Seeley, who had been sick in x sla«-doored bookcase 5 by 6*4 CamnDoZ hn •"T ^ '" „* 'eet to Room a O f St. .i n L n *% c amp Dodge hospUal seven months 'eet to Room 3 of St. Joseph's ..school. Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter re- :ently gave Room 1 a game and ftoom 2 a miniature globe, also do- lated an old radio ease which was out of the eight he had been there. A brother had been killed converted into a :orne books. bookcase, and "ompletes Course at Hospital- Virginia Benton gets home this week Wednesday from Kalamazob, Mich., where she has finishd her ?curse in occupational therapy at i state hospital. She will go back •ifter the holidays to begin duties ns nurse in the hospital. Vlgonlnns at Club Meeting— The Embroidery club met .last •,veek Wednesday at Mrs. Raymond Hansen's and attending from > Algona were Mesdames Frank 'Sterling, Hnrlan Emry, Henry Phillips, Homer Anderson, and the latter's daughter Joyce. Otto Xelson is Transferred— The Otto Nelsons spent a day recently here with Otto's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nelson, then went to Omaha, to which point Otto had been transferred by Armour's from Travers City, Mich. Alno Cousin to Norway— Sam Skortland, Blue Earth, stop- | ped here Friday morning to see his j cousin, Samuel Alne. He sails this! week Wednesday from New York p or Norway, where he wil visit for some time. * * * * CHRIS BLINKMAN, at Fort Sill, Okla., had written his mother about a Thanksgiving meal served in his camp. The menu listed 24 items. He was assigned as kitchen help that day. * * * * LORIN LARSON, West Bend boy who had returned from France, had been wounded twice in the leg, which caused him to be sent home. He was in New York at the time of j the Armistice celebration and he was given rides about the city that day. * * * * RALPH, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson, was on board ship on the way to France when the Armistice was signed. He didn't get across, for the ship turned back. * * * * BURT AND THE vicinity raised more than $100 which was tele- WOMEN IN SENEGA TAKE 1ST LESSON IN F. B, COURSE Sale is Success— At a rummage sale conducted ' c "°"" *" » uume I-U-UJBUI cuurae uu i Saturday by the Good Will circle ! Making the Best Use of Home-Pro- nf MIQ Mathnrilc.* AJXI v i n dUCed Foods last Wfiek Werinesrlnv East Seneca, Twp., Dec. 6— Thirty-four Seneca and Fenton Farm Bureau women took the first lesson in a home project coarse on was duced Foods last week Wednesday! under leadership of Ruth Seaton-' .Hicks, H. D. A., at the Seneca con- jsolidated schoolhouse. A noon .meal was prepared and served as >lrs. Seller Has Operation— part of the lesson. Nutrition and Mrs. Tony Seller had a major op- Meat Cookery will be studied at of the Methodist Aid ?40 was cleared. The sale was held in the church basement, and lunch .sold. eration at the General hospital, Algona, last week Wednesday. For i time her condition was critical, but she is now much improved. Flu for School Children- Cheryl Ann Meurer missed a few days of school last week, due to the flu. Donna and Billy Ward also had a tussle with the disease. Boys Lose But Girls Win— The high school basketball boys lost to Whittemore, there, Friday the next training school Janua'.'y 12 at Fenton. Officers were chosen from Seneca township: Mrs. Jay Goddeu, chairman; Mrs. Francis Slagle, wife of the schools superintendent,, music chairman; Mrs, Henry Looft,! publicity. night, 22-20 but the local were victorious, 33-29. girls Other Wesley News. Mrs. George Alrdich will be hostess to the Legion Auxiliary at a carpet rag and radio party next week Wednesday, Mrs. Tom Forburger and Mrs. H. H. Flom Jr. assisting. St. BENEDICT Ooddcns One Tear Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voight, Fen:on, and the Krachts were enter- :ained at oyster supper Friday ev- jning at Jay Godden's. The Voights were also dinner guests Sunday at the Godden's, in honor of the Godden first wedding anniversary. Kurt Couple to Const- Mr, and Mrs. Martin Larson, Eurt, former Senecans, have left for California, where they will spend the winter. They will visit two sons, Melvin and Everett, Los Angeles, and the daughter Doris at Ventura. Al Rosenmeyer, John Arend, and John and Nick Arndorfer drove to Britt Friday night to attend a sugar-beet growers meeting. All four have been growers for some years. The William Dunlaps were Sunday guests at Mrs. Dunlap's sisters at Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klein were at Jos. Cink's Sunday. The Arthur Stuebers were there the previous Sunday. Neighbors and other friends gathered at Charles Egel's last week Thursday evening for cards, music by Messrs. Jensen and Egel, and magician's tricks by a brother of Mr. Egel. The Chris Jensens and the Jerome and Frank Eisen- barths, west of Algona, were amon the guests. The Roy Pickins family, Storm Lake, Diana Arndorfer, Algona and a young man, friend of Diana's from Chicago, were Sunday evening dinner guests at Nick Arudorf- er's. Mrs. Harvey Johnson has been sick. Florence Widen, of Mason City spent Sunday at John Grandgeu- ett's. Dona Stufhck and Irene Fasbender, also Mason City, were with the home folks the same day. Mr. and Mrs. George Green and children and Mrs. Philip Immer- falll drove to Claremont, Minn.. Saturday to spend Saturday and Sunday at Pred Mulert's. Henry Kutschara and Oscar Simons left laet Tuesday for eastern loir* to wojrk at some government Dinner at Lone Rock— The Lone Rock Mite society will hold its annual bazaar and serve dinner in the church basement this week Thursday. Fancywork, popcorn balls, and home-made candy will be offered for sale. CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS . Xf° dovibt it has been i l ^ /out experience that , tt is often difficult to express in adequate words those Christmas senti- m e fl t s . greetings and good wishes destined for vour intimate friends GIBSON Cards, beautiful. yet inexpensive, <pea|< fox you sincerely and appropriately both in words and in picture*. graphed to France to be spent by Nurses Nellie Stahl and Esther Meinzer on patients. * * * * J. L. FERGUSON, of Dubuque, salesman for the Algona gas engine works.Miad died suddenly in hla room at the Chamberlain hotel, Des Molnes. * * * •* MADS CHRISTIANSEN, Algona Bubtermaker, had won two prizes at the annual Dairy Cattle Congress, Waterloo. One was for $26 cash, the other a gold medal. * * * * DR. J. G. CLAPSADDLB had surprised family and friends by arrival home* from the army to re- sume practice at Burt. He had been at Camp Crane, Pa,, but had received an honorable discharge. • * * * * A DISTRICT COURT jury which had been out all night had" returned a verdict too early In the morning and had been released without breakfast. John Laing was bailiff. Some of the jurymen were disgusted because they had to buy their o^vn breakfast. . ' CORN LOANS We will pay you cash for your Com Loans just as soon as your papers are completed. Have your papers drawn payable to this bank. No Delays. Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA Come to • For Better Gift Suggestions • Four trained sales people will gladly show you this largest stock of holiday merchandise in Northern Iowa. There's no obligation — we're glad to show you and help you with your Christmas problems. TRAVELING SETS In boxes, or leather zipper cases, for hair, shaving, cosmetic, and other items. Dozens to choose from. $1.25 Others to $10.00 STATIONERY The largest line of Christmas boxed and favoritej lines in Algona. Special 1 ^., combinations for Christ- ' mas giving. 39c Others to $2.50 CRYSTAL Hundreds of items, including perfume bottle, ash trays, cigaret boxes, candlesticks flower and bud vases. You must see these '. items. 49c Others to $3.00 MANICURE GIFT ITEMS In many styles and many assortments to suit every need and purse. An idea'l gift for that "hard to suit" person. 49c Others to $5.00 DRESSER SETS Decorative and practical, in plain psistel colors, or heavily inlaid with gold or silver in intricate design. A. perfect gift lor "her." $1-89 Other* to $10.95 CAMERAS Argus and Kodak in various equipment — $2.25 to $25.00 : • For Argus Fans Get that kit of filters and equipment to^ make him happy. Has three filters, cap, in a handy carrying case. < $5.00 IDEAS Cocktail Sets Ash tray Sets Boole Ends Smoking Stand* Bath Salts Billfolds Christmas Largest line in Algona to choose the right card from Wrappings Christmas decorative paper and cellophanes wrapr pings. Make ypur gifts look better. v for the ,.;J Shopper The month of December completes our first year In-our new buUiiinn. ... i Our records show that the past year has been very kind to m a ix3i " locatiw ~ month has shown a real substantial Increase over the same month int. ^ Wch «Wr the 11 years we have been privileged to serve North Iowa in the retail f ,™ih ye *"l covering business. ' ' lurn 'nire and flo* | We enter this closing month of the year with a feeling of real K yeHr%« 8 fbie! f °' k " ° f ™* ""* **• 9Urr , oundlnK ^""nunities for n,akin K tm s 8uccesihl I We have tried to make this store both a pleasant and profitable place, for y ou to tri* In appreciation.of all 'this'we are declaring December A PROFIT SHARING MONTH THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE with values that can be found only at Richardson's in northern la Where is the gift \ as much satisfaction ti the entire familyasL ing Room Furniti a gift that lasts years—a gift that n home more beaul and comfortable. Let's go together in o giving this year make it a LIVING ROOM SUITE Bedroom Suites Because of labor troubles'" one of our largest factories has just shipped us a large assortment of bedroom furniture, which should have been here Nov. 1. In order to make room for this shipment we have filled- our south window with beautfiul Bed Room Suits—to be said for cash—NO TRADES, FOR ANY REASONABLE CASH BID Gift Suggestions $5.00 and under Lamps Rugs Pictures Mirrors Carpet Sweepers End Tables Book Ends See for yourself what our Gift Suggesdoi Over $5.00 Magazine Racks Child's Hocker Flowers Card Tables Table Scarf» Kitchen $t0oi» Buffet Sets Rosters Cedar Chests Occasional Table* Studio Couches Radios Sewing Cabinets Lamps CoffooT» ble8 Norge BO" 1 * 61 Norgo Boudoir Deluxe ecial i y oof Wa *fc- eciai aijie Card Tables Regular $100 table with o»e pai3f detachable coaster ash trays that sell for $1,00. The table and trays, $« An *NW , $5 value going at 0«r entire store force >«», tor their ability to serve our covwfc'ow», helpful manner now with, the Obrtotpwi they are- putting forth ^ g please you and hereby pw selves to that end. Harol4 • tW> ^^:^; ; ^ijr?»is"

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