Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1938 · Page 13
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1938
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me B. B. RIDAY NIGHT COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA T* MVB 1 earns Win a Double-Header Soldier." '6 — - The Soul of the American Methodist Aid Circles • i, Th ?,!' hrce clrcl os oV lluTMetho- , dist Aid met last week Wednesday , one at Mrs. Harold Sorcnseii's, one at Mrs. I', c. LichtJ's, the third entertaining other Members of their respective fami iea at the community hall at fi: !0 dinner A general meeting soinctlmc next week will he a Christmas party at high I the hall. P „ 8rn t- and girls' basketball L T -- boy8 «.* Bewick Friday {**:** VorniJo In Ore, Eenwlck doubleheader, the; A number of youn,. M 12 score, the girls by to Livormore lust week Thursday M-IU ° v evening t.o hem- tim >.ni.u,r n,./,,,,,, Wednesday, evening linstra— people wont lobby orchostrn, 0110 inembbr of which ittiftch':- Parks, and> B .VO" Jones, who ivctl with his attended ,a LUtlo! Parents hero for «oi4 years while * t for superintendents, he was in school, lie pi ayH the *"% captains at Goldfleld,j bass vl °' and is also a soloist. His An the association are Parenla now 'live at (ttumwa. lOOIS.in ,v«» ,^.. ... „„_. I L BAPTISM FOR 12 AT SWEA CITYJJHURCH Swea City, Dec.6— The Rev. Mr. bodergren, pastor to the Free Mission church at East Chain, held a baptismal service at the local Baptist church last week Thursday night, and was assisted by the Rev. Mr. Dahlgreen, East 'Chain, young man who is pastor of a church in Michigan. Six young men and six young women were baptis- ed. A large delegation from East Chain attended. The town is north of t Swea City and across the state line in Minnesota. Little Hoy Party Host- Johnnie Erickson, 6, was host to seven little boy fr Thursday afternoo the occasion belnf The guests were C and Paul Tweeten, David Swanson, Jli Beryl Butterfield. nio established a he left the party group of his guests en a hasty retreat a belated gift. Church Kvont Big A Methodist Ch after schooj, his birthday. precedent when to join a small bazaar Harvey Pleased With Sew Job— The Rev. H. E. Harvey, former and supper here Saturday night-near Humboldt a few weeks ago. was a big success. The booths were entirely sold out, and probably two or three dozen people i Methodist pastor here, now at Clar- who had expected a chicken sup- i ''ion. reports his work there much per had to be turned away. It lsj to hls llkln S- though harder in ,..„. ... . I many ways, owing to the larger difficult to say how many were | number of church served, since towards the last 25c!than he had had before. organizations suppers only were available, butj the net profit was $140. Hospital Patients Home Again— Algonians Fall to Come—Because of snow and icy roads Algona young people who were to Mrs. Mary Hethershaw and Mrs.' have had «Jiarge of the Sunday ev- Charles Rohlln have been returned from a hospital at Esthervllle. Mrs, Hethershaw, while recovering, will need to remain In bed for a few more days. She suffered a broken shoulder in an auto wreck ening service at the Baptist church could not come. The pulpit was ably filled by Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe, the local pastor's wife. P. T. A. Program Is Planned— Plans are under way among the teachers for a Christmas program to be put on by grade pupils at I P. T. A. meeting Monday night. . Hist. Snpfo to Preach— The Rev. J. C. Buthman, netf Methodist district superintendent will speak next Sunday at th* morning services at 11:15. • Other Swea A Guild meeting which vrat postponed last week will be held this week Friday, hostesses, Mfi. Bronleewe, Lydia Eckholm, and Mrs. D. H. Fults. Stereopticoa slides will be ghown. Mrs. Olaf Pearson has been sick with flu since Friday but was able to sit up Monday, and is recovering. 'and captains ;a 1 ' 'he assc Obldfield, l_,u*'j' ---- • •* Llvertnore Hum-! Lu Verne, Ren- ''' rSi Home A(?nin~ Bi 'Mrs. August Pergande recently organized in was sufficiently recovered from In- fhie schools except'3 url , es suffered in ai automobile hvth-e Clarion and accident near Storm .Lake In Oelo- Clarion and Dows; ber to he brought home. She had havei been a 't n Storm Lake hospltol. The Albert Pergnmles, B-icelyn, Minn., spent the week-end llerc. the. every year are being • L " Vci ™ Woman 11.1s Stroke- t Htnnboldt^d. L«__yerno,, Rftymoml Lcglcr ^ ^-^ Bn _ ce 1939 tournament. , - . , -• - r - -\njin Rol arc -sick with pneumonia, and HIT Tr *•*• i . -i • i Mrs. Humboldt, and for Decent game between the | aiUon . "* Nlne coaches and captains, ie r won, 20-1 6. .. MoMullen, West Bend, hhe Little Nine this year, stroke. feme. The George Thomsons, Lelyard, attended the Fresh e nt Evans as vice president, I Saturday evening aid spent Sun'"" _ TT..™u~i,it «D day with local relatives. Runriov 'terian supper tpt. Swanson, Humboldt, as |ry-treasurer. folds Annual Meeting— lann'ual meeting of the Good Hub of Sherman township eld at the community , hall f evening, approximately 125 Sunday afternoon, accompanied by Lottie and Jennie Mason, they visited tho William Riloys at AVest Bond. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dornberger spent the week-end I at D. H. Wer- mersen's. They were en '-oute to their home at Sioux Falls, after having attended a | convention of Iowa slate insurance men at Des Moines. Mrs. Flora Rane^ was sick at her home early in 'the week. Her son Forrest, who lias been work- Sunday to be An oyster supper with linings was served. The hus- and children of members nests. Five hundred was ' and prizes were 'given. A blanket was presented to. jvln Weber. This club waaj ln B at D y Bart - cara |zed many years ago, and is wittl " cr . the oldest in the county. | [tarter members, as well asji «—,-,.—H ^..^ » irs of later date, have been CT? \TlOl\l iding women of the cqmmun- j | \JM-IJ.*. J. >-/ -«. ^ iong them the late Mrs. Max ; ' the late Mra. Mike Kalen, The Aid met last week Thursday M. Curran, Naytahwaush, with Mrs. Harvey Steven, north o Mrs. Samuel Steussy, Mrs. town, 18 in attendance, and Mrs s Whitehill, Burt, Mrs. Helen Jergon Skow conducted City, and Mrs. Helene study, following wfilch tray lunch hostess, assist- Steven, Algona, Drusilla Nolle, and 'Greenfield. The next meeting will . The olub now has 26 ac- was served by the [and meets every three weeks nd by_Mrs. Walter po formal program. The ob"to get together, get better |inted," and have an for recreation. I for Church Snpper— Iresbyterian Aid bazaar after- j be in January at ijilrs. W. C. Taylor's. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent the week-end at ,he latter's and ter Mrs. Henry Hawley's, fen supper took place Satur- nternoon and evening at the City. The Harvey Webb, guests at tl: Stevens were at e daughter Mrs. lunity hall. The day Was fa- Evert Hodgin's. lie and there was a large pa- Mildred Flora wis a Sunday din- Goods for sale in a "mem- ner guest of Edith Greenfield. The moth" came from near and M. E. HeHers, Livirmore. were at i former church members or W. C. Taylor's. Mr|i. Fred Neabring Is responding, including nine p' wives and gifts In memory lothers who had been i>resi- and her children were Sunday afternoon callers on the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry G-lavo, Among out of toyn aupper Britt. Mr. and M -s. Robert Hart, is were W. C. De'w<il, Mr. and Crystal Lake, spent last week G. S. Buchanan, their sons,! Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. «te Skinner, all of Algona, ',C. Taylor. The Heiry Phillips jam[Roorda, Clear Uake, and "y. Algona, were jSwenson, Webster City. Miss I HD'S mother, Mrs Jer is well remembered here Sunday. ner schools superintendent Edith Greenfielc B Misses Roorda- and Swen- at Jergen Skow* local teachers time. . in Miss ' Tne Oscar Hamoi with Mrs. Phil- Sarah Wise, spent Saturday , near Wesley. ds were , Mrs. Fred Schneider, secre- | Mrs. Charles Wo-lf, treasurer. i were laid for a-' Christmas the week before Christmas, a kitchen shower for the In will be included. Mrs. Fred »as hostess for last week's k. r»eciam" Round Held - tne first round of the Annual jflMlamatory contests at Go!d- Ibaturday evening, ry Alice Richard and u . Mosher participating, Gold- "umboldt, and Rowan placed I In the oratorical; dramatic, "orous classes respeatively. i won second in the orator- l c «ss with the reading, "The .*TV*' **&vf Keep your wardrobe ready for une Imitations out by sending us your Wfor cleaning and pressing. In. 3 can keep your clothes looking up A shortened skirt—trouw •paired—a reline job—a new zipper. I*U and our prices are reasonable. ' i |M<xkm Dry Cleaners m * GIFTS FO It's a challenge and a tribute to your taste s when a man's list is headed "s&mething to He doesn't expect random selections, but something suited to his personality. In giving intimate things such as haberdashery, our personalized gift service is your safeguard against disappointment. Fashioned for us by Wilson Brothers—and f^aiured in Esau::/*. \-BOXED THREESOME, madras shirt, Barathea Tie, Ha.nd-rolled Handkerchief, $3.35. - B-GIFT NECKWEAR, Rich satins (left) ait $1.50, bright stripes (right) $1.00. Made In patented, "non-twistlm?" WEDGELOCKE construction. C-PIK STRIPE SHIRT of Broadcloth, boxed with ties to harmonize, $2^9. D-BOXED THREESOME, satin striped silk and wool Mugadore 'He, striped chambray Shirt, Imported handkerchief, $3.35. E-RUGBY Gloves, per pair, $2.50. Wsh Un- en Handkerchief with Initial, three In box, $1.00. F-IMPOETLD HANDKERCHIEF, boxed with WEDGELOCKE Tie ot nil-silk Bara- thea (left) $1.50, (right) with all-silk homespun Tic, $1.50. t«- SMART TONES in pure dye silk Pajamas, NOBEIT waistband, J5.0I). H-SATEEN ROBE AND PAJAMAS» to match. Boxed In set, fi8.oO.l- NOBELT PAJAMAS, In gift box, $1.95. J-BUFFER HOSE, with re-in- forced heel and toe, in gift box, three pair for $1.00. ilh Mr. and Mrs. Saturday, and the university in this section spected in regular- •to-date all cuffs re"V 7"e fix them guests of Swea City relatives. Mrs. Mary Huff is now at her Leslie's, nortfi of town, after ran Aid Names Officers— . Chas. Hintz was re-elected lent of the Lutheran Aid at ------ ___ „- — •annual meeting last week^ when she fell and suffered day; Mrs. William Moediug, having been a hobital patient at I Port Dodge since Thanksgiving, broken leg. The Aid served] lunch Kmmet Paetz farm sale this week Tuesday. 'I _, . Edith Greenfielo went to Fenton this week Tuesday for and Wednesday v Leo Steven. Mrs. former Neva Olse[n, who was raised near Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. went to Iowa City Mr. Olsen enter* hospital for trea daughter Mrs. H|ay there. Geor ROOMS - IF YOU WANT -P a suitable roonj in _A^na nrnke known your wanp of the Advance

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