Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1938 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1938
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8, 1938 KOSSUTH COU GIFTS And Here Are a Brand New Assortment, Just Received, of ccasional Chairs —AND— ii •• Rockers ^They come in a large variety of ityles and colors, designed to It into any color scheme or room I design. I PRICED WHERE THEY WILL NOT PINCH YOUR GIFT BUDGET Assortment of [HAND PAINTED WASHABLE PLAQUES s I Including Crucifixes, Lord's [Sjupper, as low, per pair, as 75c Other Gift Suggestions | lassocks • Smoke Stands • End Tables Lamp Tables • Magazine Racks 'NT' Y ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE SfiVttN F. S. Frisbics, of Corwith, Wed for Sixty-Five Years Swea Cityan Celebrates Eiyhty-Ninth Birthday LIVE IN IOWA ALL OF THEIR MARRIED LIFE Corwith, Dec. G—Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Frisbie observed their sixty-fifth vwedding anniversary Sun- clay, November 27. They were mar- rind on Thanksgiving day, Novum- iber 27, 1873, at Berlin, Iowa, a . email town in Hardin county, now .birthday. In spite of he:' advanced Swea Twp., Dec. 6—M 0. A. Jensen, sons Virgi nard, Virgil's wife, wife, and the Maynard Duane, with Mr. and and Mrs. | boring women prepared and served and May- dinner at noon to the men Who Maynard'e were doing the farm work. Mr. _ensen son Schulte was taken sick a day after Mrs. Lewis his son's death and has been con- la ghost town. riage, Phillapine Gross, daughter she makes fine hand h Eckholm, Mr. and Mr*. Claude fined to bed since. Faugust, daughter Karafi, and Ef-' ' —-—— fie Eckholm, Des Moiiles, were Project Lesson Is Given- Sunday dinner .guests of iLyda Eck- Harrison and Swea township wo- holm, Swea City, the occasion be- men me t at Mrs. Selmar Uhr's ing Mrs. Victor Eckholm's 89th 'ast week Tuesday, 10 a. m. till - * p. m., and Mrs. Ruth Hicks, the H. D. A., presented the sec- lesson on Good Instruction on Good Foods. In this age Mrs. Eckholm is Mrs. Friable was, before her mar- Health. As a hobby of many years , , of Philip and Katherlne Gross She linen handkerchiefs, wi was born May 4, 1853, near Berlin, Germany. She came to America with her parents at the age of six in good, More "power" to your gift if it's electrical! These are the smart time-saving gifts women delight in, want most for Christmas. Streamline and New, these will give perfect service' in record time . and they're priced low. m-Btitohed h tatted edge, using No. . She has lived in Kossuth county, was wived at noon. wa « well attended. fine Project. Uses of Home - Produced 100 Thread. Food is stressed. A balanced meal The meeting 65 years, most of the \.lme oh a months and settled in Ohio, later 1 farm in Seneca township, but the going to Minnesota, and then to El- .last 25 years a_t_Swea <JIty. ( The ^ Volmerg ^ ^^ ^ Nefchbors Help Pick Corn- I week to a farm near Lakota own-1 Neighbors gathered at George ed by W. ELey, and Mr. and Mrs., Johnson's last week Thursday, and p. Lester, Lakota, are moving to P. J. Schulte's Friday, to fin- the farm vacated by the Volmers. White Electric Sewing Machine $5450 Complete with attachments and light. Makes an attractive table when not in use. Mr. Fris'bie was the son of Mor•is and Arlette Frisbie, a_nd was Dorn January 19, 1855, a~t Ctdar t Falls. He spent his boyhood daysj at on farms in Hardin county. At the | 'sh corn-picking, haul age of 20 years he began learning rQ er, and do other tarn the blacksmith and wagon-making i and Mrs. Johnson and ELECTRIC MIXERS trade at Eldora. Mr. and Mrs. Frisbie came to Corwith March 1, 1915, and pur- corn fod- j work. Mr.; Mr. and GHier 8 wen CHy. | Mrs. Harry Lindie, daughter It mixes, stirs; beats, extracts juice. Two-speed motor, tilt stand. Ivory, green. Hamilton-Beach or Mix Master 100 Mrs. Schulte are the parents res- Morine, and Mrs. E. Westerholt pectively of the two beys, Norman"visited last week Monday at W. Johnson and Raphael .Schulte, who Peterman's at Corwith. chased the blacksmit"h"s'hop"he now'• died of monoxide .gas in a car in Olive Crossley, Ames, was a operates. After a year they moved i which they had been riding near week-end visitor at Martin Molln- into the house where they reside i Armstrong Sunday, Nojr. 27. Neigh- ders. next door to the shop. Thoy are | both in good health. Mr. Frisolej f\ tt A llf p n r An lleau, and the Rochleaus took her EUREKA VACUUM CLEANERS (With a new, one year $1Q gjj [guarantee, price'd as low as [other Makes: Hamilton-Beach & Bee Vac $24.85 is at his shop every day, and Mrs. Frisbie is a lover of flowers, and! each summer takes care o£ her iwn large flower garden. They are the parents of eight children, seven living, namely: Bert, of Corwith; Mrs. Mathilda Rasmusson, of Goldfield, Mrs. Nellie Unger, Austin Minn.; George, Ringsted; Harlow, Iowa Lake, Minn.; Ben, of Britt; and Mrs. 1 Bertha Cox, Iowa City. All the children were present on the anniversary except Harlow and George. 'Mr. and Mrs. Frisbie have 40 great-grand-children, 31 grandchildren, and seven living children, making 78 living descendants. Honored at Turkey Dinner— Burlette, daughter of Mr. and SHOWER FOR SELMA MEYER WHITrtMORE to Rolfe Sunday to visit a brother, Lee Harmon. ! Automatic Irons $6.95-8.95 Drip Coffee Maker $5.95 Two slice Toaster, cord $3.95 IBS Floor Lamps 5.25-13.95 New Easy Washer 49.95-59.95 (15 boxes Soap Chips free with either washer). ' with juice extractor $23.75 Toastniaster 1050-16.00 Large size Waffle Iron $5.95 Sunbeam Shavemaster ..$15.00 Xmas Tree Lights ....29C-1.25 (See our line of Xmas Decorations.) NEW 1939 MAYTAG WASHERS mh new CO Cfl Model 32 Elee. QQ M oundtub _____« W ' OV square tub, exch. OT «« w < NOTE DROP IN PRICE ON MODEL 32 ELECTRIC Whittemore, Dec. relatives and friends gathered at Other i ! Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Elbert, son I Peter, Mrs. Walter Faye, and Hat- jtie Swartzenbaum, all of Birds Island, Minn., visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt, Wesley, with Mrs. Will., ,Q iam Scheier, Metamora, 111., and a' son, visited the Aligs and otfi- the St. Paul's Luthera Sunday afternoon honoring SelmaMeye played at taDles . went to Mrs Louis JJraatz high; Mrs. Frank Behnke, was served, of Mr. and msi FURNITURE—HOME APPLIANCES Mstributors Algona Bottle Gas Easy Terms i Mrs. Charles Erickson, celebrated her birthday Sunday, December 4, and her grandmother, Mrs. Alice Erickson, entertained at a turkey dinner in honor of the occasion. Chinese checkers was iplayed in the afternoon. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Erickson and family, Ben Major, Roberta Masterson, John Evans, Mrs. Erickson, and Eric Erickson. Hoys Win But Girls Lose— Th Corwith high school basketball teams played their first home games Friday night, with Bode here. The boys won an easy victory with a score of 15 to 32, but the girls were unable to down the fast Bode team, and lost by a score of 15 to 36. Last week Tuesday Mrs. son of Mr. and M Behnke, this week Wednesday St. Paul's Lutheran church. school hall a shower Cards were and .prizes low. Lunch , . Miss Meyer, daughter Meyer, day. i also- spent Sunday at Alig's. | Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder and C. W. Elbert spent last week at|! Prairie du Chien, Wis., taking treatment. They returned Satur-; ] Mr. and Mrs. William McCauleyJ Pratt Electric Co. at McCauiey's parents, Mr. and Mr:!.! P. J. Fuschsen, over the week-enu. night the local teams played Meservey and won both games. at lolwell Live Stock Auction SA. JCNCTIOS m AND IS, tt MILK XOllTH OF TOWX TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13,1938 SALE EVERY TUESDAY Iflur opening sale was held December « and l' ro ]' cd t^hA-en- [elded success. A lot of good sto;k mis consigned and sold lerj hood. I We Mill be much better equipped to handle the> next; «>» B »J |*1U have the scales In operation; also hiive pens and gates an I Installed, feed and water for stick, This yeor we charge by the head for selling. Consignors will Hnd It much cheaper on all cattle that bring more than $80.00 leach. Farm Sale Tuesday- Mrs. Charles Oxley, who lives south of Corwith, held a closing- out sale Tuesday. Mr. Oxley died last July, and Mrs. Oxley sold the entire taming equipment, horses, cattle, hogs, chickens^ and some household goods. Mrs. Oxley and daughter Anna'belle will move to town in the near future. OTHER CORWITH. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Bastlan and Lennie Lou, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs Lee Williams and Gary Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans and Betty Lou were Sunday guests at the Robert Masterson home. Attend 60th Wedding Event- Mr, and Mrs. Arthi.r Heidenwith and the former's mo't'ier, Mrs.' Emilie Heidenwith, Algona, drove to Milwaukee Friday to attend the 60th wedding anniva rs'ary of Mr. Heidenwith's uncle, ind aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Leopold. The celebration was hel( at the Surf hall on Prospect Drive Saturday, and more than 50 relatives from a distance attended.' Six-thirty din-' ner was served. ThB Heidenwitljs nained for a weel: of visiting relatives in Wisconsin and Illin-' ois. Rubles for Three Ccuples— Mr. and Mrs. Leoiard Weydert, West Bend, are parmts of a girl, born last week Thu the local hospital. Lawrence Hill, Cylii new 'girl, born the same day at the same place. Supt. and Mrs. F.. J. Rochford have a now Thursday, two other girl. children, We'll Give Your Family . . . A Free Christmas TURKEY DINNER 'sday at the Mr. and Mrs. i ! ider, have a boy, also born The Rochfords have a boy and a _ West Bend Couple (Married— The John Voltes drove to Algo- , na Sunday afternoon to attend the wedding of Mrs. Volk's sister Rose, daughter of Mrs. John Ludwig, of Heiman Fritz, al- Wes't Be.nd, to so West Bend, at Four Corners as good regular buyers ho re as will Bring stock In b«f»r« noon If at all now 1W £ »° tertificuteg for hogs. »octor Fox will be strict about SOID FOB The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met last week Thursday with Mrs. Clara Drayton and the opening song was for the Night is Coming. Work Roll call was answered with What. I Am Thankful For. Onen discussion took place on: 1, Money allowanc- baugh's. Miss Tjurnbaugh and, Carl Ludwig, the 1 itter of Meser- , vey, brother of the bride, were official witnesses. Operation Patient Recovering— Mr. and Mrs. W Uiam Hanover, accompanied by !3mma Roeber, drove to Rochester last week Thursday to see Mis. William Roe- her, patient at St. Mary's hospital, es for children; recreation; day better closing song 2, Good .and bad 3, Is the living of to- than yesterday's? The was Little Brown following an operation for gallstones. They found her recovering. Mr. Roeher, wto had been with his wife since her home that day. operation, came |K you want a well conducted sale here In Algonajglve us I support. We will do all we can to make It a sale Algona e'i'romi of. H. Ml COLWELL, Mgr. I IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk,. COLWKLL BROS., Aucts, Ear Com We are now buying ear corn AndewanGrain&Coal Co, IOWA John ouis Church The next meeting will oe ,n all-day event at Mrs, William "hrhardt's this week Thursday, he menu committee is Rose ba- in, Elsie Lindeman, and Irene Holdren; the program committee, Mildred Robinson and Irene Bjus- jvciat— and friends surprised Mrs. William Drayton at her home Friday nigh't by arriving to honor he 4-thday. Five Hundred pl- no'chle, and Chinker-Chek furnish,d entertainment. Attending: the Sabin. Edward Rich, and Lowman families. Mr, and John Rich, Mr. and Mrs. John McNlel, Mr. and Mrs. Hermian Lindeman. Mrs. Edith Rich, Mrs. Wllltam Rich, Mr. and Mra, CheB. Robinson, daughter Mildred, and Mrs. Herman Lindeman, and the Clarence Schendls, But- Palo Contois , j A 7-lb son was born to Mv. and MM. Walter Rich at the »>»*» hospital last week Thursday, Four to Hurt Funeral— , Mrs. Mike Koppen, daughter Mae, Mrs. Emma Gilbert, and tha latter's daughter the funeral of a Mrs. Smith at Burt Sunday. Mrs. Smith mother of Mrs. John here. Callfornlan is Guost Here— Helen Harmon, Calif., spent seven.l days last week with her sister, Jtrs. A. L. Roch- liquld. Tablets SalTe.NoseDropi Myrtle Turn-, Mary attended was the Jennings Santa Monica, MENU YOUB CHOICE FOB FAMILY OF 6 Consomme or Fruit Cocktail Boast Turkey and Dressing Potatoes Rutabagas or Yams Candied Apple Salad Choice of Peas, Corn or Cauliflower Bread or Bolls and Butter Jelly or Pickles and Cranberries Choice of Beverage Pie, Cake, or Ice Cream WITH EACH SALE FROM NOW TO CHRISTMAS OF A Roper Gas Range We'll set up a fine Christinas dinner fora family of six, without any additional charge to purchaser. relieves COLDS, Try "Bub-My-Tlstot" » Liniment. HEADACHES due to Colds. Wonderful the Etna MitcheU left Friday night, the former for Macomb 111 , to attend the funeral of a SwS of JBtna. Mrs. Mitchell was to atay with relatives at Fairfleld Si Mr. Mitchell's- return IConflUr ^le^iuV Draytons and the *"° _.. T - W jj 0 gpeat relatives at there by the Horace Dray tons, of Small Up to ON 'Prompt, court 1 •ei Loans $300 JTDCK UB, NORTH IOWA FINANCE CO •MR w& frfwitv JWMI 1S^*p^w9 rfjWpri WW^W W^! ^mw'f^ « _ ' i v " Select what you want from above Menu, order it from your grocer, we'll foot bill! But you'll profit far more in months and years to come from the pleasure and the economy of your New Roper Gas Range. SAVES TIME ( SAV|!S M^SY! SAVES FUEL! RETAINS JF^y FT JUIOES The Roper is featured l?y "Waterless" Flavor-seal cooking. You enjoy perfect control and proper location of heat always. 1TBBIHS-CQMI! IN ANII SEES THEM AT RANGES $89.50 AND UP INSTALLED All insulated ovens and thermostat control and all porcelain. ROMS A?PWAN<J»S; DISTBIBDTO&S ALGONA PROPANE GAS, OJWBANKB, QUICKER,

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