Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1938 · Page 6
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mttMW AttVAMdB; ALflOrlA, due to cold relieved by first pleasant swallow of TrioxiNfi. Soothes air the way down then acts from within. Ideal for children. 35c. BETTER'. NOTICE Come to our store—buy "i a bottle of THQXINE— take a swallow—wait a few minutes— if you are not entirely satisfied we will return your money. Sold by LUSBY DRUG ST0BE '-.« MONEy We'll gladly arrange a locad of $50 up which can be repaid thonthly to suit your budget — ub to 20 months—lor medical, denial and hospital bills, business I needs, clothing, repairs, taxes, insurance, auto, etc. With your credil established, quick cash is available at all times. P. J. KftHLltAAS Loans :: Insurance Algonn 'J'elejjhono 22 Inspector Commends Girl from L. "•* - - • ' • ** VERA MORRIS, GOWRIE, WINS HIGH PRAISE Lone Ro.ck, Dec. 6—Vera, daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. Charles Morris, and teacher at Oowrie, won an honor when Mary Farrls, state supervisor of vocational homemaking education, visited the Gowrie schools recently and was enthusiastic about progress that Miss Morris has made In home economics from the standpoint of type of instruction, equipment, and cleanliness. Miss Fan-is reported to Supt. A. C. Anderson that the department rated one of the best In the state I booklets, and' added that she was going to Club in Union Planning Annual Christmas Party Union Twp., Dec. 6—The Mothers and Daughters club will hold its next meeting at Ethel Smith's, Mary Wood assisting, and this will be the yearly Christmas party, with the following program: roll call, gift suggestions! Christ- In Our Heart, Mrs. Smith; a Christmas Story, Ida Winkle; Christmas songs and exchange of gifts. Poetry scrapbooks recently made by members have been presented to the Kossuth hospital, for used by patients. A great deal of time was spent on preparing the I bring Miss Fallgatter, new head of Three Events Are Observed— j the teacher training department at j Three events were celebrated In lowta. State college, to visit the ; one Sunday at Mrs. J. F. Schoby's, Christmas ..CANDY;. They, were all dated for Gowrie school and see what Miss [.Algona. Morris had done. In a letter to fMonday: Wedding anniversary of the superintendent she said: Mr. and Mrs, Glen Jenklnson, Un"After my visit to your yoca- ion; the birthday anniversary of tional homernaking department, I. j'Harriet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. wish to tell you how pleased I anuHuber't Schoby, Hobarton; and the with the department and the pro-1 elder Mrs. Schoby's own anniver- gmm carried on there. Your In- ] sary. Noon dinner climaxed the ev- terest in developing the program to a standard most beneficial for the giuls in your community can be ent. Attending were the Glen Jen- kinsons, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Schoby, daughter Katherine, Mr. seen in the results of the depart- j and Mrs. Robert Schoby, all south ' [Of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert is | Schoby, Hobarton, daughters lola of | and Harriet; Howard Schoby, son Howard Wayne,' daughter Phyllis. Mrs. Howard Schoby was unable «iinent. I "Your •||' doing .« work. teacher, Miss Morris, a very excellent piece She has grown through the three years she has been teaching in Gowrie. The supply of good teachers is not sufficient for the demand. I hope that you and your , school board can find means to j keep Miss Morris at least a year or 1 two yet, since a program is always , benefitted by a long period of ! teacher employment." to attend, due to sickness in the family. Clnb Has Evening Party— The Busy Bee club had a social evening at Clifford Holding's Friday, and Bingo was played. The next meeting will be a Christmas party. Does Some Fnncy Limping— Glen Jenkinson is nursing a mashed toe. A log slipped while he was cutting wood and came down on the foot. Oil Dnrner for Home— / The Rudolph Wills are enjoying a new oil burner heater and other Improvements in their basement. Attend Funeral at Bart— Neighbors Here and other friends attended the funeral of Jacob Smith's mother at Burt Sunday. SENECA GIRLS ARE WINNERS BUT BOYS LOSE IN 2 GAMES Seneca, Dec. 6—Tho high school girls' and boys' basketball teams played Rodman, there, last week Tuesday evening, and the girls won, 35-28, but the boys lost, 25-12. Friday evening both teams played Grant Center here with similar results, the local girls winning, 3117, and the boys again losing, though this time by the close score of 12-10. Classens HJIVO Get-Together— The Delmar Classens, the Everett Loeikes family, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Classon, and Viola Buhmann, all near East Chain, Minn., the Leslie Classons, near Fairmont, and the Allan Classons, of near Blue Earth, were oyster supper guests at Irvin Classon's Saturday evenning. Other Union News. > ~~~ Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffel took! C1 » b Chrlstiim s Pinner rlnnned- the aunt, Mrs. Manhart, to her she hart They left home at Dubuquo, after spent five weeks here. Saturday and the Stoffels were to return this mid-week. Martha Kriep.s is spending two weeks with Remsen. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor spent Sunday at Arnolds Park with Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. Stephenson. Mrs. Julia Dearchs spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Hoflus. LUSBY'S FAREWELL FOR THE JOSEPH BECKERS GIVEN AT ST, JOE St. Joe, Dec. 6—A farewell party was given Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker Sr. at their farm home. Some 120 persons gathered at Peter Becker's at 7 Flaig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. K i o'clock and thence drove to Joseph to Implement Convention— The W. G. Flaigs and Frank Flaig drove to Des Moines Tuesday, and the men attended a farm implement dealers' convention, Mrs. Flaig and the children going on to Oskaloosa, where they spent till Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lewis, night All came home Thursday DANCE To Members GAY PAftEE SITE CLUB HAND'S PARK, FAIRMONT SATURDAY, DEC. 10 FLOOR SHOW Presenting Collett and Mrs. Otto Jensen, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. W. C. Heiter, daughter Harriett, and Mrs. Henry Schroeder attended a home project meeting at the Seneca schoolhouse last week Wednesday. Party Honors A. J. Meyer— The Ernest Meyers, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyer, Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Leudtke, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Meyer, Fenton, and the Floyd Hutchinsons attended a birthday party Saturday evening ill their famous Jitterbug ! hnomheollor ° £ A " J " Meyer at hls Dances. Mnrgi and Sally in 'The Autumn Leaves are Falling." A most beautiful and sensational dance. Their costumes of beautiful autumn leaves are the hit of the season. Cover Charges 60c and <10c SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11 Regular Dance Cover charge 40c. Send in your reservations for Christmas night and New Years eve and night. Highest class entertainment in the mid-west all 3 nights. Becker's, where the couple were taken by surprise. Mr. and Mrs. Becker Sr. will move soon to a newly built bungalow at the St. Joe village. The evening was spent Alex Krueger, Mrs. Roy Jensen, I at 500, and Mrs. John Lenertz won to Project 31 Mrs. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs. Xmas TREES! top prize. Mrs. Mary Lentsch was awarded a travel prize. A purse was presented to the honorees. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirsch, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Peter Lenertz, of Welcome, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Origer, Whittemore, son Harold; the John Mertz family, of Algona; Adam and Frank Heiderscheidt, Marcella Agues, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wildin, West Bend. people attending were LEDYARD Messrs and Mesdames Nick Bor-j^ 1 - a mann, John • Cunningham, Jo Berte, the John Thils, the Matt Kellners, the Adam and Sebastian The Tom Walsh family moved to Rochester, Minn., Saturday, and 'Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz moved to the place the Walshes vacated. The Walshes lived at Rochester before coming here some years ago. V Jack Moulton and Edw. Munyer were at Algona Sunday afternoon, Jack to visit his mother and his sister, Mrs. Gerald Warner, Mr, Charles Bashar'a, and a new niece. George Hagge was at Mason City on Monday to attend a meeting at which corn-sealers received instructions. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, with the son Duane, were at Lu Verne Saturday and Sunday. They attended a Presbyterian bazaar and supper Saturday evening and church services there on Sunday, returning that evening. Mrs. Telcamp gave the first Farm Bureau lessons to women here last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans, daughter Na'dine, and'Louise Zielske were Algona visitors Tuesday, afternoon. Mrs. Adolph Poppe entertained recent Wednesday quilting Public Dinner at Church— The Mite society met last week Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Lil- „ , J ^ „ lie Thompson, and final plans were I . Peter a ° d ^ va Erpelding, Peter, Kramers, the John Lenertz family, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hogan. laid for the annual bazaar and chicken dinner this week Thursday at the local church. Mother and New Son Home — Mrs. 'Ray Snyder and Agnes, and Raymond Ziemet, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ziemet Jr., Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. William Flynn, and Mrs. Kate Horn attended the funeral of Mrs. H. M. Dyer's mother at the Emmetsburg Methodist church Monday, and the same afternoon stopped at the General' hospital, Al- Mary Lentsch, her chidlren, the \ 8° na > to see Mrs. Charles Bashara John and Peter Beckers, the Edw. al \ d , thejatter's new daughter. Bormanns, the Peter Kirsch fam- Mrs. L. A. Nitz accompanied Mr. ouii F _,_ and Mrs. Otto Lange and the Lange Richard Ray nave~been"re'turned"to Jr.', Mr. and Mrs.'Matt kirsch,~Mr. j daughter to Minneapolis Friday to their home here from the Kossuth and Mrs. George Thul, John' see tne world's best skater, Sonja new sou Harold Thul, Joseph Becker hospital. Viola Bierle is assisting Kirsch, daughter Caroline, the Nick Kleins, and the William Kisch family. Mrs. Snyder. Young Woman Tfas Birthday— A Kroup of friends helped Verona Radig celebrate a birthday Friday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. Other Lone Rock. The Jerry Sees, Waterloo, were Saturday-Sunday guests at Donald Blanchard's. Mr. See and his daughter P-fttty went home Sunday, Mrs: See and the son remaining for a week's visit. LOTTS CREEK Christmas trees are very fine and cheap this year. Western, Northern. Also painted trees. Come early and pick yours out. NUTS ]VUTS If you are looking for a nu t i Lue(ltk e, and the latter's daughter cppTnnp-'« Wo hmio-1-.t i Adalla > Rose Behnke, Ruth Meine, see L,ong s. We bought , and Mildred Fau i stlchi aUe nded a best grade again this'shower at Whittemore Sunday af- for Mesdames Fred Boettcher, Alex Radig, Herbert Potratz, Edw. Lieb, Edw. Wichtendahl, Arnold Meine, Hugo Faulstich, with Mrs. Ernst the the year. Nothing but the DIAMOND BRAND Our mixed nuts are pf same grade — A-^ SEW HOASTED JUMBO PEAK UTS 2 POUNDS for 9 POUNDS for ________ Don't compare this peanut with the regular run pf peanuts. Five Off for Texas— Adolph Kass, accompanied by George Becker, Andy Gisch, Matt Friders, and William Marks, left late last week for Dana, Tex., to look for employment during the winter. Heine. Margaret and Donald Poppe, of Langworthy, were over the weekend guests of their aunt, Mrs. Mary Poppe, and other Igcal relatives. The Adult Bible class of the Methodist Sunday school will hold a monthly meeting at the church this week Thursday evening. This will be a Christmas -party, with the men in charge. Harold Grauner and the Rev. Mr. Hammer will furnish refreshments, and George Thompson and Albert Barnes will furnish entertainment. A Christmas program at the spent the week-end at North Wash-j Methodist church is planned for ington. Christmas eve. Committees have A card party will be given at the • been named. school gymnasium this week) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weiler, daughter Marlys, and Mr. and Mrs. es at Rad- Other St. Joe News. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weber, Llvermore, and the Weber eldest daughter Thursday evening, Mrs. John Freilinger and her circle in charge. The John Hammers and Mrs. Theresa Hammer, Irvington, spent L. A. Nitz visietd cliffe Sunday. relativi Mr. and Mrs. • Henry Anderson, of Sunday afternoon at William Ham-1 Marshall, Minn., were visitors Sunmer's. 'day at the Chris Gelhaus home. $1.00 BOX CANDY All kinds and sizes — y 2 , 1, 2, 3-5-pound boxes. Many kinds of Grostfe Holland imported candy ORAKGES, 2 dozen for You Will Enjoy a Meal From • Our Meat Department • Leave Your Orders for Turkey, Duck, Geese, and Chicken Early . Our Oysters are J Extra Fine This Year. Once a Waek We Have Those Extra Large Frying Oysters, On the North Side or State Street, Where All the New Fronts Have Been Built This Year. LONG'S GROCERY ternoon for Selma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Sr., who was married to Herman, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Behnke, last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Wic.h- tendahl were Sunday dinner guests at Kenneth Bollinger's, Fenton. Marian Ilintz and Lorna Faulstich were tit Ann Hackbarth's. Mr. and Mrs. Wililam Rusch Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch Jr., and. the Ewoldt Rusch family, Whittemore, with the Arthur Rusches and the Nick Genglers, were Sunday evening supper guests at Arnold Meyer's. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dreyer, Austin, Minn., came a few days ago to visit relatives and old friends. They were Saturday evening guests at Henry Dreyer's and helped the elder Mrs. Dreyer celebrate her 77th birthday anniversary. Mr. and I Mrs. Frank Kressin, Wisconsin,' also came a few days ago for visits here. The Kressius were Sunday visitors at Edw.tKressin's. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmar Wichtendahl and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl drove to Armstrong Sunday for the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Geitzenauer that evening. The Edw. Wichtendahls were Sunday dinner guests at William Bells' of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Lieb, sons Duane and Eugene, were evening visitors at Adam Lieb's, Algona, and . helped the elder Mrs. Lieb celebrate a birthday. Lucille Kuecker was a Sunday visitor at Carol Jackman's. A few Lotts Creek Aid women did quilting at toe parsonage a few days ago. The church • quarterly meeting will be beld Sunday. The. church board will meet Friday evening; • FOR THE HOME Give something useful for Christmas! Come in today and see our complete selection of gifts for the home. China Boudoir Lamp ' Art Pottery 1O£ and 25£ Mirror Wall Plaque 25£ Shaker and Tray Set —25? Iron Book Ends 25£ 86-Ounce Pitcher 25* Glass Ash Tray 29t China Jardiniere —— 10£ Celluloid Ship Ornament 10$ Smoking Stands '____ $1.25 and f 1,4? FRANKLIN^ Mrs. Emil Elmers, Mrs. Howard Richards, Mrs. Fred Jensen, and Mrs. Arthur Paulson met at Mrs. J. W. Bollig's last week Wednesday evening to plan a club Christ- dinner. JT«W Bathroom tof Leon Warden'* Mdnfd. oarpj Caters are building an addition to the R. J. Campbell home. The addition will give the Campbells ft modern bathroom. _ Other Seneca News. The Sheldon Merrills were din- ner tfeftte «t neat 1 Ulmore, The tt. & « their class rings Van Atstttw'*, r. have hecelved pictures. McCORMICK-DEERINO Dairy Equipment Means More Pro/it for McCormbfcDecrhtf Cream Separator Ltfti McCormlcfc-DecHni MUJur. IcCormick-Deering Phone 52 R. R. Hut sell, Managtr C It's Christmas Time at HRISTENSEN Our store is literally crammed full of Christmas; filled with, it and teeming with gifts. A visit here and you're sure to holiday spirit. . 2 he More Accessories Merrier Her Christnias S the spir- ;atch the the Gloves A gift that will thrill her to her finger tips. The colors and leathers and fabrics too are styled right to make a perfect gift. Priced at $1 and up to $2.95 pair Your gift to her is in the bag and we have bagged the bags she'll like. A splendid array to select from. Priced at $1 and up to $5 Scarfs What could be more appropriate as a holiday gift? A gay scarf boosts the spirit of the wearer as much as it livens their ensembles. • ' • Priced at $1 and up to $3.95 Toiletries We feature an extensive showing of two strong favorites—''Evening in Paris" and "Dorothy Perkins." Costume Jewelery This season she's sure to have this on her list. Glimmering, sparkling as a Christmas tree—truly expressive of the season. Priced at $1 and upwards Hosiery Her innermost wish in abundance! needs hosiery Evi in They never seem to of them. It is one gi: —is hosiery sry woman abundance! get enough 'ttheytreas- ure highly and espsQially so if they get "Belle Shajrneer" specially proportioned nose Priced 79c, $1.00 and $1.35piir Hankies When in doubt give hankies and select it from our varied assortment of tjhe famed "Rochester" Hand made creations, priced at 25c 50c and $1.00 Give Gifts That Last LIVING ROOM SUITES LOUNGES CHAIRS DESKS— LAMPS CAPTIVATING M-G-M SCREEN STAR MY LANE HOPE CHEST HOLDS MY HEART" qARD TABLES PICTUES to BOOK C ASE3 or the new, 1939 PHILCO RADIO . MOTH INSURANCE,^ 'w POLICY " TEHUS Roulml Syaell Cbjtf •8>ft that starts . , 3' cedi >? chest factory.t< tightness with which you get a frea moth Tl-^iv w * e dis - Dia 7 * ** b f -tf- ^a^,^ Furniture e sure it's » loir »roma. laoce policy, Quarton Law Offli^T •hones: Office "" ' Al •'• L - BOHAB W. Sulliva Attorneys-at-La" 1 ™ • J Harrington ' 'hone 287 •— __ »-. J. TAN NESS, o. ff. s i Lawyers i OMce In new Helso Block.'! 'hone 213 ' >. D. Shumway v n . SHDMWAT & nau} 1 Attorneya-at-Law Hutchison Building, •hone 68 I*. A. County Attorney, Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. '| Phone 180 . 11IHAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law Hutchison Building. •bone 206 P. A. DANSON 1 Attorney-at-Law , Office ovor Iowa State Bal| Phones: Office, 460-J; Res, | L HUTCHISON (deceased) DONALD C. IHJTCHHOI THEODORE C. HTJTC Attorney o-at-Law Security State Bank BIdg, I •"bone 251 Algona, Io| MAURICE C. McMAHOJ Attorney-at-Law Office In Heise Bidg. •hone 325 DOCTORS JOHN N. KENEFICK Physician and Surgeon Office over Rexall Drug I Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 C. H. CRETZMEYEB, ft ft| Surgeon and Physician Office John Galbraitb Block! Phones 444-310 tlgona MELYIN G. BOUBNE Physician and Surgeon 'hones: Office, 197; residence;! DENTISTS Dfi. H. M. OLSON •}: Dentist Office In New Call Theatre Bi 'bones: Business, 166; He8,T Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. SCHAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa Hutchison Building. Phones: Bus. 133, res. Ml , KABL It HOFFMAN Dentist Office In New Heine BldgJ Phones: Office 44, res. A. J. EA80M Dentist Office over James Drug Stori Phones: Office, 59; residence,I VETEIIINABIANS L. W. FOX J. B. WltfKEt Veterinarians 'West State Street, Algou J Tiones: Office, 475-W; Res., w INSURANCE -=== KOS8DT1I COUNTY ^•--, IN8UKANCE ASSOCIATIOI 119,000,000 worth of JMunj»l ,^ A ^"BS'ffl ;ure. fcOANS AKD SOlf Fwiu Insurance a nd , I 0 "? 1 Hutchison Building' Phone 105 Money's *«*£, D.D,PAXSON For Town Dwelling, » (Joode, end Automobile u D.O Tot neglect your£lWJ» I te$ loss occurs 'apses. !• Ill I I 111*"'" ' ' '* lltTl VQMOTK OOUVVY^.. Weekly NewspW®' t 1901,' Entered as f 6 ^ ^•^^••^^MBSB!^^^

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