Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1938 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1938
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SECTION DECEMBER 15,1938 BCESS ON BRAIN OF INJURED IRVINGTON GIRL FEARED U AND HEAD TRUCK BOTTLE, Cars Crash as One Slows Up for Turn Seneca, Dec. 13—What can happen when one car follows another too closely was illustrated one day last week. Jos. Crowley, going east at a point a half m!l B east or the Seneca store, was about to enter his own driveway and slow- Bell- up for the turn ' Henry Bergc- son, Ringsted, was behind and was -' 1 atnce e with her g«ttt uncie Mr ' M h report- »» repun, SEVEN AT BURT ATTEND ALGONA S, S, MEETING Burt ' Dec - 13-The Rev. Tho- :vening, Mary Lee Petera assist- ng. They had a Christmas grab- lag, also contributed gifts for an ndian home. Jnsketcors Lose to Blngsted— "Buffering vfl to be thought 'bruise sh With a , , and "° close tllat hls car crashed into ]Url l Speicher, F. L. Ryerson, P. anu .L Stainbrook, Raymond Nelson A. O. Volentine, Mrs. G. C. attended Crowl °5 r Crowley his on 'r^^^r^ f ^L^^ bottle more than She fell on ' M. a »»M*» VU. HiU (ll~ 1 . . - Is not reported. ! Allen ' and badly shaken up, and a sub-district .Sunday school meet- Bergeson suffered cuts about the ;itlg at the .Methodist church, Al- were damaged, It L months ago, Ittle between the eyes, , aa wound which gave her con««»."•. .-..vi- ~» the time, but The Behrends WEST BEND The Mallard ba.sketeer girl* de that she was sick foa j od West Bend Saturday night - at Mallard, but the local boys won in a close game. I The Clarence Munsons, of West Bend, and Clifford Munsons, Wes- Sunday at Howard Mun- X£*to cry from a pain f head Beverly, sister of Rt- T 3 ai a oat,theBehrendhome. Sunday afternoon, and a local follow-up board meeting is to be held at Lulu Hawcott's this week Wednesday evening. Dows Couple Tlsits Here— Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson Dows, went home Monday, after a week with Mrs. Anderson's ,par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Worden They were Sunday supper guest! at the Rev. Geo. H. Wessel's. Mr Wessel is a former Dows Methodis Schwletert home, and the little Hunt daughter, Sarah Ann, took sick, so she and Mrs. Hunt remained here till she was better. 'Supt. and Mrs. M. C. Bowie, Mr. and Mris. Glenn Anderson, an'd Mr. day, with Mrs. James Christiansen for its annual Christmas party. mu i~i~t, i 1 .v H1..A4.-U 11 *«'„•»» ttiiu iviiTO. wienu .fULumsim, auu. JYH . The high scuool basketball team . ,,„ .. ,-, nt,,, la L- r , t ,' ,„-„, „. ,i«f«°* n j o<7 n T,,, •cr't and Mrs ' N - E> Christensen were was defeated, 2V-9, by here Friday evening. The Junior high team, eated Ringsted. however, de- inr.nl entertained Saturday evening at J lOCal : m TT^nvi/nr'n Wl* n T. A n w rl TXr Mrs. jr. J. Mann to Const- Mrs. Ada Mailn left Tuesday for Van Nuys, 'Calif., for the rest o£ the winter at her son F. J. Mann's. She is the widow af the late M. 3. Mann. Two New Itabies Here— Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk are parents of a daughter, born Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Marlow have a new son, born Sunday. The L. A. and W. W. Boettchers were guests Sunday afternoon, and evening at E. C. Welsbrod's, Fenton, In honor of Mr. Wels'brod'e birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ward, Rapid City, S. D., came Sunday for a few days at the G. C. Glddings home and -with 'other relatives here. The Herman Wards, Jackson, Minn., brought them and spent the day here. Joe and Glenn Graham accom- Dorranee Homo from Hospital— J. W. Dorrance, who was oper- Richards home Saturday evening, per one day last week receipts to- The Lutheran Aid will meat with j taled $72. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick at- Mrs. August Nelson, Ringeted, this, tended a county school custodiahV meeting at Algona Saturday evening. The women were entertained at the Behrends home. Mrs. Carl Reynolds, who has been sick for several weeks, is now seriously ill with pneumonia, j on the farm where C. O. Dotson Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel left Hives. week Thursday. The C. 0. Dotsons were Sunday guests at the Claud Sanders home, Graettinger. A double corn^crib with an over-!, head granary has 'been constructed' . _.__.•! Saturday for Winfield, Kans., to visit relatives there. East Seneca Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Smith drove to Blue Earth Sunday to Peter Peterson celebrated ai birthday Friday evening. The Gus| Hansons, Ring'sted, and the O. R. 1 , | Pattersons were oyster supper, guests. Supt. and Mrs. Francis . Slagle, •with Miss Sye, Miss Clarke, Miss Ellerbrock, Seneca teachers, spent all day shopping at Algona Satur. panied John Emmert, Mason City,! v i e it the R. W. Smiths. Mrs. Smith, to Ames Sunday to Visit the sister 'daughter Berdvene, Mrs. Verle L'ois Graham, and Frances Emmert visited the J. T. Grahams while the boys were at Ames. ated on at Rochester two or three weeks ago, was 'expected home early in the week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham, Des Moinee, visited Harold's par- Church Stewards to Meet— weeks, brought condition is im- consld- .pastor. The Leon Wordens, Led-| The Methodist stewards are to meet for ,a potluck supper at the parsonage this 'week Friday evening. yard, spent last week Thursday Mrs - *• Day. son Danney, and ver. Mrs. A. Gearheart has been not planned to . rch 1, but his present condition sick with the flu. The Bay View club will have Its Nine to League Conference— Martha Ruhnke, Mary Jean Rachut, Luella and Harold Weiske, Axel Anderson, Marjorle Baas, ^Alvina and Albert Hasse, and Luella Bleich attended a winter Walther League conference for Zone 10 at West Bend Sunday afternoon. Queen Meet Monday — Christmas party at Mrs.] The Queen Esther this week Tuesday. I with Zelpha Rae Pratt me( . Brother, Sister, Four: Party— Jatk and Jean Gettman celebrated fourth birthdays Monday by en tertaining. a few little friends. Other Bnrt News. Smith, and Louis Looft attended a ,shower for Ruth Houseman at Armstrong Saturday. Mesdames Cecil Bailey, day. The George Slagles, Cylinder, were Sunday dinner and supper .Kueshs of Supt. and Mrs. Francis Slagle. The high school and Junior high Walter! pupils saw motion picture scenes L. Smith, I. H. Jensen, Leslie Den- about Pioneer seed corn one day ents, Mr. ond Mrs. J. Hi Graham,]ten, and Laurence Hantelman at-.last week. Sunday. Mrs. J. H. Graham has tended a shower for Mrs. Joseph 1 >Mrs. Sheldon Merrill spent Fri- been sick for some weeks, but la Behrends Friday at the Mrs. John'day at Mrs. Alfred Anderson's, Improving. Mrs. R. A. Bleich spent the week-end : with her mother, Mrs. Louise Falk, Titonka, and attended dedication (services at the Lu- (theran church there of a new pipe- organ. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Marsh, of Rosholt, S. D., and a daughter arrived Friday to visit Mrs. Marsh's aunts, Mrs. C. F. Mann, Mrs. Ada Mann,; Behrends home, Lone Rock. iSwea City. The John Johannesons 1 Christmas ..CANDY.. LUSBY'S Mr. an'd Mrs. Cecil Bailey attend- .spent Sunday at Henry Looft's. ed a card party at the Howard i' A Seneca Lutheran lutef isk sup- j •Lorena 'Schwietert, Mason City, Mrs. E. O. Mann, and other spent Sunday and Monday, with tives. rela- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. The Melvin Hunts, Monday | Dolliver, also spent the day at the The Hi Lo Bridge club meets this week Tuesday with Mrs. 0. H. Graham; the Fortnightly 'club, Fri[age here last summer, and Hedrick came last fall. rce Year Old Is Honored— Ur and Mrs. George Wegener ter'tained at a birthday dinner it week Thursday : evening in nor of their daughter Shirley, 10 W ag three. Guests were the ssrs and Mesdames Fred Illg, a Herman, Harold| and Alfred iding, all of Bode;;Mr. and Mrs. irold Frieders andrEdmond Frie:s, Ottosen; and Anna Kayser, Joe. . »nilson for L. E. ColWells— Mr and Mrs. Bercie Davis are rents of an 8-lb. son, Barrel on, born at the General hospital May. The Davises live near itavia, but are spending the eater part of the winter with. rs. Davis's parents, Mr. and Mn. E. Col-well. i Plans Christmas Party— .The annual Aid Christmas party 111 be given this week Friday ev- ling at the church,, and Aid Wars, families, .and friends pi'attendC Ten* cehtlifts will be [changed. . ' ^ OTatlon Patient Recovering— fFlorence Johnson was recently irated on for appendicitis at the issuth hospital and is recover.'" _••"•'•-. • • -. JMstmas Program Bated— [The annual church Christmas logram will' be presented next Beit Friday evening. Other IrvliM?ton. |Mrs. Nina Schlchtl, who has m with Mrs. Nellie Andrews and > L. C. SchlchttS: at Staples, .Jin,, had planned to come to her lughter Mrs: ; Jos. Wilhelmi's, tncroft, last -week,' but has been payed by a heavy cold. •The George Wagoners, Irvlngton, fd Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frieders, )sen, were recent visitors 1 at j Molnes. Raphael Thilges has line to his home near Bode, after Isvlng been employed here. |The Aid was entertained at Mrs. Tarles Egel's this week Tues- iy; and there was a large atten- race. Guests took shower gifts • Mrs. Edward Blanchard. 1^==^^ I mad wo, Here are Opportunities for Thrifty Shoppers Look Over These Suggestions —There's Something on this Page for Every Person Sensible Gifts that say Merry Christmas Novell y Tea Aprons 49c are sure to please Children's Cotton Dresses Child's Hose, plaids or plains 15c Women's Outing QO f* Flan. Pajamas _wOW Jersey Bloomers Rayon Stripe __' No-velty Scarfs 98c All silk. Gay knits! Pajamas or Gowns Are Always Appreciated. ( Beautiful new styles in contrasting color d*4 QCI combinations ^ I «ww Bed Spreads Make Practical Gifts See these large Bates spreads. They're unusually attractive for Luncheon & Bridge Sets Attractive Hand Blocked Patterns They make smart table settings. Napkins to Qftf* match—— — ^OV LU-VERNE |Cora Ruberg wan taken to a Fort idge hospital Sunday for treat- M tor mastoidlttfl. [Melvin Suttle, Omaha. Is to *eaoh at the Presbyterian church '• "i Sunday morning. The Aid met r . week Wednesday with Mrs. |,I, Chapman, "and a committee "orted that a number, of ..Baz- articles had been sold since formal sale on December 4 1 that total proceeds from the aar and supper are now "near pi (100 mark. * IA December meeting of the Meth- • . Woman's Home Missionary ' ity was held last week Wed-ay afternoon at Mrs, Myra .\ -•tzke's, and devotions were led ' TMrs. John Brink and Mrs. Har- ' '" Kelson. Mrs. H. C, Allen led ; ] Jon study by presenting New £ lorizons for the departments of { ' w>l1 " 1 -,, they . a,re respectively !: ien, namely the. Quenn Es- * «and the Mothers' Jewels. Mrs. J Stone reported on a training 'j >ol whioa slie.nMrs, Byink, and i PeitzHe attended at Algona, : 1 [) '"'°~.ber 1, Gift§ for Christ- i i were Jafcen' to the meet- j for' sending them •! GIFT TOILET SETS For Her Make your selections from these groups. Manisure' sets, complete with fittings 10c 98c Dresser Sets — comb, brush, mirror 50c $1.49 Perfume and Soup Sets. Perfume and Dusting Powders 25C Toilet Sets Ideal Gifts Perfume Powder Sachets 49* Give things that are useful. What could be more useful than A Smart' Looking Dress At a price you can afford to pay $1.98 Youl'l find choice fabrics latest styles,, and every novel' trimrnijig you might have in mind. 12 to 44. GIFT TOILET SETS For Him Colgate's Gift Shaving Sets Colgate's Gift 25c 50c Includes shaving lotion, shaving cream, talcum and tooth paste. Shaving Bowls and Lotion , Sets. 50c $1.00 Are sure to please him. They include lavender lotion, talcum, shaving soap, and bowl- 'Shaving Bowls 9Qf* and Soap Sets fc«w Lace Table Cloths designed cloths, 60x kind of gift every $1.98 woman appreciates Boys' Plaid Sweaters What a welcome gift thesp zipper front jackets maKe. All sjzes and popular $1.98 colors—: ^ • ***** Fancy patterns. Men's Dress Shirts Rayon stripes, plain white _ $1.49 . . Lawfencff MaePermott got Saturday from Cofluille, Ore-, e she .had been Yfciting since wd Mrs, IJaYUJ Snigger had here from, tjiere in October. MacDermcJt met her ftt' Oma- Soe called on her mother, Frank Blegger, patient at the al hospltaj; AJgona, Sunday, and Mrs, JJ. ®. Rpgerfli Mrs. 6 Levier ri an4 Mrs- Sue Bov- 1 spent §»»fey aj the Harry .jftz home j^BagJe ftrove- Mrs. »Ulna left fop Some at Bock Is- w * She Fire Proof Ovenware Beautiful Mexican designs will add beauty and charm to any kitchen. Pot Pie Nappy Sets, 6-8-10 in. nappies Casseroles, cover and plate set Mixing Bowl sets, 6-8-10 in. howls Qgg w . . w 44 ** • a Gift Jewelry 50c $1.00 Chokers, necklaces, ear-rings, bracelets, lockets, crosses, and many others ' may be had in matched sets. Women's Dress Gloves 59c 79c 98c Popular fabric and leather com. . _ _ i • „ iv. vt/vtrr a^irlaa All binatipns in new stylj sizes. AU i Give Handkerchiefs Dainty,' Swiss - — Kerchiefs -A. profusion of beautiful handker^ chiefs will make it very easy for you to select suitable gifts for Christmas BOXED KEJICHIEFS, „-, 3 In __ r —,— -^-^ Linens, pastels, prints, lace trimmed Hand made Kerchiefs, ~ 3 In fancy box Sewing Cabinets $1.29 Men's Fancy Hose 25c Plaids & Stripes Boys' / Dress Shirt* 49c Fancy Pattern! Pouble Knit Parka Hoods 98e Scarf attached WILL GET THIS FOR YOUR FAMILY FOR CHRISTMAS CORONADO 7 TUBE A.C. CONSOLE WITH AUTOMATIC PUSH BUTTON TUNING A gift the whole fanuly can enjoy. Only $6.00 down and small monthly payments will place this Coronado in your home. Stylishly designed walnut cabinet and popular sloping center panel. Sliced walnut veneer with waterfall front. Contrasting walnut inlay and curved corner pilasters and sides add a distinctive modern touch ..of smartness that is new and different. ., s • New Large Dial. • -\^ • Automatic Push ButtonTuning • Electric Tuning Eye • Foreign Reception fi Improved 10-Inch Speaker ; * R.C.A. Licensed Price *125 ThM hniMnj^ninliwIudM Flra, rtowd M* >Insurance DOWN Liberal Allowance For Your Old Radio ONLY $6.00 DOWN ON THIS NEW CONSOLE GRAND CORONADO 8 TUBE A.C. New fashionable Coronado Console Grand cabinet,Lower and wider flowing lines. Compare this radio with sets selling up to $100.00. • Automatic Push Button Tuning • New Improved Speaker • Electric Tuning Eye • Foreign Reception i • 3 Gang Condenser • R.C.A. Licensed Cash Price aenser v H.U.A. iaci 59*5 P:«v»*fc i aj| ^.JNtet "~ Department Stores •fcS£_L!-j2* Ol QiM CORONADO 5-TUBE MANTEL RADIO 8m»U in size but great in perfonn- ance. Operates on A. C. or D. C. current. R.C.A, J-iyensed, With Black Cabinet CORON ADO A.C. MANTEL Automatic Lwtr Tuning 6-Tube A. C. Mellow tone. Molded plastic cabinet. Latest note inmod» era cabinet style. R.CA. Licensed.] " '' ' Mew tH yoU tubes and diftto W *OH80%. perfonnanw, Price opwating w*U p>f M 4 TT T—— -c 11 • —^ ^~-~ TT *k^ » 3 a ^ ,rtrt T*V~ % m ^ f1 ««» r«rWi* taMM* HMdMK i =i; i -iS|»i5*^'iSin!iiEzs r ac.!<v*.

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