Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1938
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.16. 1938. ti* Will b« A school program at MUM! in District hlttemere township on Friday £ tJefeembe* 18, Selma Bgea- fthe te««ih« ft_ ., ,h|ffh school faculty were en..n«d I at A fireside party last eve"(Monday) at the home of Mrs. Ferguson^ •ettc Club— I* Barl Griffith will entertain Kliht members of the Brldgette I at her home this afternoon jsday) at a one o'clock luncheon dge.' Ctub- W. A. Vlgars entertained her club at her home Wednesday noon. A dessert was served, bridge was played at two tables, W 1 Circle to/Meet— I-, T. P- Harrington's circle he Congregational church, will It Thursday, Dec. 15, at the home JM D. P. Smith. There will be ie o'clock luncheon and exchange Christmas gifts. A. B.' 8 at Luncheon- Ferguson KOSSUTM COtfNTY ADVANCE. ALftOMA Swea City Sewing Club_~~" S Mrs. L. W, Fox ' WtlUcr Robcrt « «n- . Chubb. William is with the co?: locUon^cpartment for Dun & Brat LONE ROCK LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Nelson and their daughter Dorothy left Mon- I wui w ^IWornia for the holidays •with Mr. Nelson's mother and other relatives. The Nelsons are driving and expect to be gone five or six weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson have gone to Minneapolis to visit sons, and from there will go to Chicago to visit their daughter Florence. They expect to be away six weeks. Some 20 young people came from 'Vigona Sunday evening to conduct services at the Baptist church at a ',. T, U ' meetl "g on the question, Resolved, That women should nave an equal place with men In conducting affairs of the church. Mrs. Alfred E. Anderson, Mrs. J \ .krickson and Mrs. Frank Looft had the affirmative, and John Croes ami James Sanders the negative. .Ihe judges decided for the affirmative. The Guild will hold its annual ^Christmas party for the Winnebago Home Friday afternoon. Gifts for old pepole at the home will be presented, and a program will he given. Hostesses will be Mrs. •Charles Kessler, Mrs. Martin Olson, and Mrs. Charles Finn. A P. T. A. Christmas program l\vas given before a packed house ;.Monday night. Margaret and MaVls Holt called on Mrs. Holt Sunday.. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt went Tuesday to Rochester for a few days with Merle's mother, Mrs. Peter Holt, who is a patient at St. Marys' hospital. Rich Point Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capeslus were at Livermore Wednesday afternoon to visit Mr. Capesius' brother, Peter Capesius. Mary Black, student nurse of Iowa City, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Black, the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire entertained the Ralph Faiths Saturday evening. Mr. Faith is employed at the McGuire farm. The John Weber family were Sunday visitors at the Walter Barrs. Mrs. Barr and Weber are sisters. The J. A. and Harvey Johnson families attended the Dg White funeral in Algona Friday afternoon. Mrs. White is a sister of John and j Harvey. ' Twin* to Boy Lees Twins, a son and a daughter, were born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee at the Harvey Broadwell farm last week, where they work. The girl weighed 7% pounds, the boy being still-born. The Lees have two other daughters. Doan Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Dean drove to Lake Crystal, Minn., Saturday, Dec. 10, and Mrs. iSparks remained to visit her sister, Mrs. Joe Baker, for .several days, Dean returning the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Paetz, Doris, Mr. and 'Mrs. Lambert Venteicher and Laurel Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek were all supper guests at the A. J. Martinek home Saturday night, Dec. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Martinek entertained their card club at four tables of five hundred on Friday evening. High prize for ladies went to Mrs. Fred Girres and for men to Ed Wolf. Travel prize went to trs. James Wadsworth spent Fri. with her sister, Mrs. E. E. Paine, \y J. Cottons were Sunday ner guests at the H. E. Morgans, Catherine Stebritz spent a few ,9 last week with her mother at Ur and Mrs. Adolph Pertl, Whlt- ,„« were Friday evening visit- 1 at the Bmil,Krafts lire Fred Kulow and Mrs. Louise usiiiP Fenton, spent , Monday Son with Mrs, Emil Kraft. Mr and Mrs. V. J., Gross and CTand Mrs. Lloyd Gross spent *' • y at the L. L. Bartholomews, Sh'e"Joe Culbertsons. visited Stm- fc afternoon at the Henry Schroed- V'Mrs. H. A. Wiener also spent • day there. m, e -Lyle Marlows spent Sunday the Arthur Bierstedts, Lakota. y spent Thursday.evening at the »Marlows. , Knud Thomsen, Ringsted, ^. _i I.UA AiVflwAtir 'PlimmnPTiH returned with them. Mr. and Mrs' The American Legion Auxiliary met a week ago Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Flaig. Christ- masp rM ent s and clothing were sent to the unit's adopted boy. The unit also wishes to thank those who do- natcd and assisted with the 4-H club banquet. The next meeting will be With Mrs. Ralph Thompson. ' St. Benedict OTTOSEN Geo. Ludwig and J. Simons drove to Fort Dodge Thursday. Jake left from there for Omaha to resume his former employment there after being home several weeks to recover from injuries received in a car accident. A. Rosenmeyer and J. Dorr drove to Mason City to bring Roslee Don- home. She has completed her work in a business school and will be An annual Norwegian supper will be served by the Lutheran Aid Saturday at the church. The menu follows Lutefisk, Lefsa, mashed potatoes, creamed chicken, creamed peas and carrots, cranberry relish, plum pudding, Krum-Kake cookies. The serving will start at .5 p. m., and the prices will be: adults, 35c; children, 25c. Conrad Alvin, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Kleppe, was bap- . Used in the Lutheran church Sunday, and sponsors were Mrs. Rena Enockson, Mr. and Mrs. Erick Dahl. Mrs. Peter Holt had a major operation at St. Mary's hospital,, Rochester, Saturday, and is doing; well. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt, Mr. j and Mrs. Loren Daniels, Mr. and, Mrs. Bernard Jacobs, daughter, I Patty Ann, Floyd Holt, and Verna, ! *»*»*»*»*»»»»»»+»»»»»«»»•«»«»»»»»»«»»»»»»»»»»»+» AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE We are prepared to meet any or all COMPETITION ' • on reliable Automobile Insurance. If you are a Safe Driver we can furnish you with a Special Low Priced Policy which will save you up to 40% providing you have no accidents or file a claim. There is no MEMBERSHIP FEE or POLICY FEE but a good straight contract, easily read and understood. Remember our claim service is second to none. Come in and talk it over. Kruse-Blossom Ins. Agency Phone 125 Algona, Iowa >*»•«»»< Clly .jer guests there. Mr. and Mrs. M. E..Blanchard and Lawrence Newbroughs were iday dinner guests at the Edw. inchards, Irvington. 1 •he A. A, Kruegers were Sunday Mr guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex ueger. Mrs. Virgil Schrader,' was an afternoon caller there. afternoon and evening, also Joe and Roslee Dorr and Art Rosenmeyer. Geo. Ludwig was an evening visitor after returning from Mason City. Nick Roskopf is having his farm home wired for electricity at present. The new line is installed along there, it being the place where tart.wasananernoon^aiiertnere Franlc Eisenbarth fo -. mer] lived The Ora Hurlburts and Mr. and lThe C i aren( , fi si emprq „„,,. ,:„„ ...„_„ , Paul Voigt and the. Leland intleraans, Fenton, were Sunday testa of Mrs. Dora Laabs and (john Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Delton The Clarence Siemers now live there-. Henry Kutschara returned Saturday from near Savannah, to visit over Sunday. Mrs. George Arndorfer was taken to an Algona hospital for medical 'pby and son, all. of Hector,, treatment. She has not been very Inn,, spent one day last week with we ll for several months. i. James Murphy and also at the liam Fischers. (Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, Fair- lont,Mr, and Mrs. Ed Hoppe, Burt, |r, and Mrs. Richard Long and n, John, spent Sunday evening at e Don Harlsses. [Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod accompanied r mother, Mrs. H. J. Henriksen, to EsthervtMe, Friday, > they were dinner guests at Mrs. Rose Nelson was taken by surprise Thursday evening when a group of friends arrived to help her celebrate her birthday anniversary The evening was spent playing cards, and a lunch of ice cream and cake was served. WE SELL THE BEST $7,00 COAL Sold in Algona. Try a load and prove this statement. RAESLY LUMBER GO, Phone 234 Near Milwaukee Depot Wrestling Match Algona Hi School — vs. — Gilmore City TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20 7:30 p. m. Admission, 20c and 25c. This match promises to be the best match of the season as both schools are strong in the light weights. Landmesser, all-state from Gilmore City, in the 105-lb. class last year, will wrestle here. Also several exhibition matches. Union P. T. A. At Sabins The Union No. 7 P. T. A. held a meeting at the John Sabin home Hans Gaarde home. Mr. and i Saturday evening with 35 present, i. Weisbrod were Sunday dinner ""•- --•— ! — —>-~ •"'<•<> "anov,( of the Elmer Weisbrods, |ir, and Mrs. W. C. Heiter, their tfiter, Harriett and Mrs. Earl i, Fenton, attended the funeral David Long, Whitternore, a week |o Wednesday. The Heiters and M. K Heiters, LuVerne, wero % dinner guests of the Earl is, Fenton. fry Lee and daughter, Water- came Sunday to the Donald »*ards. Mrs. Lee and son, 'have spent the past week here, The opening song was "Silent Night". Roll call was answered with "What I Want for Christmas." It was decided to stay in the state and national organizations for this year. A Christmas story was read by Mrs. Drayton. Five hundred and chink- er check were played. Present were the Noble Mitchel, Louis Lowman, Edward Rich and Wm. Drayton families, Mr. and Mrs. George Lee and Birdie and Helen Schulz. Geo, Lee entertained with banjo and songs. Lunch was served by the hostess. V 0*Yes oir As Christmas time approaches we are softening up. Christ- "ws sets our souls aglow with unselfishness and we live, love and become as little children waiting for Santa Claus. We forget a^td (orgive and ask to be forgiven our tespasses as we forgive others. Man is ever in a struggle and he's oft misunderstood -There are times the worst that's in him is master of the good, It would be wonderful if all humanity could retain the Christmas spirit all the year around. What a pleasure to watch a store full of people each one setting self aside and buying something to make some>><% else happy/jSTevllle's store Is full of beautiful presents, fcress Shirts, Mufflers, Ties, Pajamas. Underwear, Sweat- e »» Blazers, Overcoats, Suits, Boys Corduroy Pants, Men s Ne W Otfordjs, Ladies New Dress Ties and Pumps, Bed- r «°m Slippers for men, women and children, Hosiery of all kinds, Overshoes and many other practical gifts. AH first quality m & cheaper than the same goods are 8oI( J anwhe're in the State of Iowa. But you have to J«rry as we are selling short on some things all ready. ^" «• our banner year. Up to Dec. 1st we sold more f»1s than, we m ^ of ^ year. Standard goods at » ces mafee volume. Volume gives buying power. well bought are easy to sell. Jiramie Neville BORCHARDrS ARE GIFTS AT '(7fyv*iifr&% won mov«m«ifr| iY*I!o'w 9«I4" ^\Wc«*Y|&i < v* v$d CA *inc , ___. t **Mi'i5'r r s^s 1 ^ =— —- -' • -v... "**» cas^ ' ' ' «».7S ^•^ 6RUEN 'mm »«k .,,« gifts from your jeweler are gifts '<?t their best . . . •wim «WHM M-W^^ 'THE HEW cgnvEx'wA? nlW •^•IMJ GnM Cur THE 9J.O W*» imiV tM m»»ii*int in cur.tj c.tt Borchardt's Pruy* and Jewelry £f^^^£f^^^£±^^^±f^^^£f^^^£f^^^£t^^^£f^^&£t^^^£f NH>^^IHB^^|piDl^^lv^^ft^^Bii^H>^^Bi^^k^^H^li^^MH>^^HH^^Bn^ t»B^j^l^ii l ^f|.^-f p M W*tf HW*si| "v P-W^H w»« *.., -".jsr^^^^^/^r^^ * PAGE THMBi Mrs. Henry Nelson. Low for men went to Henry Nelson and for ladles to Mrs. Ed Wolf. Mr. and Mrs, Amos Angle entertained at four tables of five hundred at their home Sunday eve- ning. . • ; •; • Mr. and Mrs. Gordon HanftH •• tertalned at cards on Tuesday; ^^ AM an FROM A MAN'S STORE Pajanu las In a Great Array of Values Broadcloths 98c to $1.95 Silks $3.95 to $5.00 Fancy Sateens $2.95 Sweaters New styles and colors just received for men and young men Drqss Gloves Lined Cape, by Wickfield, at 98c to $2.95 Unlined Pig Mocha and Cape 98c to $2.95 tress Shirts By Manhattan, Leu Clair and Shirtcraft White Broadcloth or silk $1.00-$2,50 New British Stripes $1.65-$3.50 Neat 'Clip Figures —$1.39-$2.00 ENSEMBLES Shirt, Tie and Handkerchief in Gift Box Shirt and Tie $3.00 Shirt and Hankie $2.50 YOU'LL LIKE THESE RICH NEW PATTERNS! Neckw ear By Cheney and Superba. People tell us we have enough for the whole of North Iowa. VERY SPECIAL 65c $1.00 $1.50 Handkerchief and Tie Ensembles f Smart and 1 AA 1 new ___ ___________ * ™and *« M tn Are they ever Wools. timers beautiful Silks. -69cto$1.95 * ,98c to $2.95 Dress Sox By Interwoven and Leu Clair Silks __ ._, 25c-35c-50c Silk and Wool __. 35c and 50c Wools from 25c to imported at $1 Leather Jackets They all like them, and why not at these special values! $4.90 $6.90 $9.75 House Slippers , "Always Pleasing" FELT—Hi-low style, leather soles 95c LEATHER—soft leather soles $1.50 OPERA—fine vici kid, leather lined. $2,45 EUSSIAN-Sheep lined and cuffs $1.50

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