Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1938 · Page 10
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PAGE TWO Huskamps, Fcnton, in Annual Meet FAMILY TREK TO KOSSUTH IS RECALLED Fenton, Dec. 13—Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Dey- wood Eigler, their son, and the Er- wln Huskamps were entertained at William Huskamp's Saturday evening at dinner honoring the Huskamp men, Herman, E. A., and William, on 62 years residence here. They recalled coming from Davenport to West Bend, and driving from there here in a wagon with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Huskamp. Henry was a veteran of the Civil war, and the family lived on the farm now known as the Menz farm, south of town, later living where the Herman Huskampa now reside. Every year these above families celebrate in some way in honor of their coming here. Arlene Mitchell, who attends Junior college at Estherville, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. ! Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite spent Sunday at Dr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Whitlow's, Armstrong, and Mrs. Whitlow's father. Frank Bailey, who had been there since Friday, came home with the Waites. I The Evening Bridge club met I with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel Friday and played at four tables, high for men going to Walter Ohm; for women, to Mrs. Ohm. Substitutes were Mr. and Mrs. E. ,1. Frank. Fairville Aid Has Meeting— The Fairville Aid met last week Thursday in the church basement, and after business games were player!. Mrs. William Miller and Mrs. Martin Hantelman were ' in- charge of the program. The basement was decorated In keeping with Christmas. A Christmas tree stood in one corner, and gifts were exchanged. A two-course lunch was served at seven small tables, which were also decorated in keeping with the season. Mrs. Ernest Votteler was hostess. Guests were Olivia Mueller and Mesdames Katie Hantelman, Olaf Norland, Arnold Hantelman, Carl Beck, Clarence Wegener, and Louis Mueller. Nine to League Conference— ' A winter conference of the Wai- ! ther Leagues in Zone 10 was held at the West Bend Lutheran church Sunday. This was mostly a business meeting, with the zone president, Henry Zinnel, West Bend, presiding. The vice-president is Lorena Dreyer, Fenton. Leagues represented were West Bend's, Burt's, Mallard's, Fairville's, Em- : metsburg's, and Fenton's.. Attending from here were Alvena and Ruth Dreyer, Elna and Arthur t Ruhnke, Irene Bleckwenn, Ruth' Kabelitz, Leona Borchardt, Ray i and Lorena Dreyer. the former Leona Wood, who was employed at Maurice Wallace's last summer. Mrs. Hllbert Hantolman, violinist, accompanied by Virginia Frank, piano, and Shirley Frank, will play for a Cylinder community club meeting this week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Hantelman played special violin numbers for a bar association meeting at Emmets- I'burg Saturday. 1 Pearl Nelson, Ringsted, visited Friday at her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown's. The K. 0. Fauerbys were at August Nelson's, Ringsted, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hnntehnan spent the day at the Rev. H. D. Stahmer's, Hlnton. . Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman entertained at Sunday dinner and supper Mr. and Mrs. George Slems, daughter Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman and daughter, all of Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. ;Edw. Priebe, daughter LaVaun, Ervin Frink, and Lucile Bleckwenn. Mr. and Mrs. John Light and Mrs. Melvin Mansager were business visitors at Mason City Wednesday. Blanche Voigt and Fred Htit- chinson, Emmetsburg, and Vivian Volgt were Sunday evening supper guests at C. C. Voigt's. The Henry Gills were entertained Sunday by Mrs. Gill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hahn, north of Emmetsburg, where a family get-together celebrated Mr. Hahn's 76th birthday anniversary, 14 relatives attending. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller entertained at 6:30 dinner Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Chris Geronsin, daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod, daughters Anna Rae and Marilyn, and Mr. and Mrs Will Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ross, Garner, son Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp, Britt, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Huskamp, Armstrong, were Sunday guests at' Herman Huskamp's. The E. K. Johnsons were Sunday guests at Clarence Wegener'a. This was Mrs. Johnson's first time out since the Hampton car accident in whichs he was hurt early in October. Carl Beck motored to Hutchinson, Minn., Saturday to visit cousins, Paul and Carl Rath, who were to leave Sunday for Germany to visit relatives. Mr. Beck returned Sunday. Oliver Stoe'ber's Sunday school class had a Chinese checkers party Monday evening at the church Lunch was served by Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad entertained at supper Sunday evening the Ernest Ockuigs, and evening callers were the John Finne- stads and the Arthur Berkelands Mr. and Mrs| J. W. Bell, Emmetsburg, were guests Sunday at John Berber's. The Clarence Kohlstedts Ayrshire, were at George Menke'? John Kerber attended a victory banquet In conne'ctlon. with the Farm Bureau at Emmetsburg Friday. • ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl f little anl Peter Keeny, BsthervUle, visited Friday at Harold Qoetsch's. Mr. and Mrs. John Light entertained the Melvin Mansagers ut dinner Sunday. LEDYARD Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz visited with St. Paul friends part of last week. Tilmer Halvenson accompanied Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Storey and the Storey son to Cedar Rapids Sun- .day to visit Mr. Storey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Storey. The latter Is in poor health. The Ledyard- ites called on Glen Dyer at the university, returning Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gelhaus, Geneva Gelhaus, and Doris Welfare were at Austin, Minn., Monday. Mrs. Fred Dorsey, with the daugh- ers Betty' and Shirley, went to Burt Saturday to help a baby cousin of the children's celebrate a first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Tlce Brack, Mr. .and Mrs. Alfred Miller, daughter Shirley, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brack were Sunday evening guests at Walter Miller's. The Peter Tysons, of Bancroft, .were Sunday dinner guests at James Smith's, the occasion being the Tyson 21st wedding anniversary. NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AT YOUR SERVICE TO.HELPYOU is the time of universal good will u and good wishes Happy greetings and beSt wishes spring from every heart. We cannot see everyone we wish to remember, but we can remember all of them with Christmas Cards. What a pleasure to know that the cards you send, truly convey the Happy Greetings and Good Wishes you really feel. We have a wonderful selection of juSl such cards ready for. you It will be to your advantage to make your choice .. . early. "Scatter Sunshine With ChriSlmas Cards" LUSBY'S Newels 25 Years Married— Mr. and Mr. Charles Newel were taken by surprise Sunday evening, when relatives and friends arriv- j ed to remind them of their silver [ wedding anniversary. Five hundred was played at nine tables, a fam- ' ily prize going to Mr. and Mrs. ! Arthur Mueller, cut to Fred Jac- ' ob, Algona. Out of town guests ' were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob; Mr. and; Mrs. Mark Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz, Fairmont; and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel, Hartley. The Buy Of A Lifetime For Us! And We're Passing It On To You! STUDIO COUCHES Farm IJiiraiu Lesson Given— An all-day follow-up meeting on making the best use of home-produced foods was held at Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod's Friday, eight women attending. The lesson was given by Mrs. George Boettcher. June Weisbrod presented the music and •)layed "listening numbers." The noon meal was prepared by the women as part of the lesson* Hliib and Aid to Meet— The Hook & Needle Sewing club will have a Christinas party this week Wednesday at Mrs. R. A. "oetsch's, Mrs. Ann Osborn assisting, and there will be a gifts -ex- Jhange. The Methodist Aid will meet Friday at the church, hostesses Mesdames John Newel, E. A. Tuskamp, J. T. Waite, and Charles CMaus. At $10 to $15 Below the regular prices because of this unusual pre-Christmas Buy. Stoeliers at Waterloo Banquet— Mr. nnd Mrs. O. H. Stoeber went ' •o Waterloo Tuesday, and were to -emaiu Wednesday. They visited '.he James Messiers, Cedar Falls, md Tuesday evening attended a banquet for N. Y. Life agents and wives at the Hotel President, at Waterloo. HERE'S WHY IT'S POSSIBLE Jimniie Neville's buys have nothing on this. We bought the whole lot of studio couches from Oie floor of an Omaha factory that is changing location, and we got them at our price. They're all new, and just arrived. THESE COUCHES SHOULD BE TAIL AT $59.60 and $66.60 .WE'RE SELLING THE WHOLE Strnleys to Carriers' Party— ' The S. E. Straleys attended a Christmas party for the county rural carriars at the Masonic temple, .\lgona, Friday night. The program consisted of carols, games, and ex- ; change of gifts. Santa Claus amused the children. LOT AT Willing Workers Mod Saturday— The Willing Workers met Sat-' urday at Mrs. C. C. Voigt's, 28 at- ! tending. Mrs. Otto Wilberg ani Mrs. Linus Jensen sang a duet, \ •and LaVaun Bailey played a piano ' >olo. Mrs. Fred Brown was a gues:. Two Among the Sick— Mrs. John Meling has been sick iince the fire on the Meling farm 'ast week Wednesday. Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod is abed with the flu, and her mother, Mrs. Kate -Menz, is caring for her. Bamsey Uncle is Dead— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bamsey at- 'ended funeral services for Mr. Banisey's uncle, L. R. Dutton, Al- '.xraa, Monday at the Methodist hurch, Algona. FENTON NEWS Mesdames George Jentz, Amos Innestad, Robert Harrison, Mau- Ice Wallace, Ralph Reidel, and Vesley Householder attended a miscellaneous .shower for- Mrs. OS. Behrens, Lone Rock, Friday, •t tiw Mrs. Jobn Behrens home! -here. The new Mrs. Behrens is' 44.50 & 49.50 Some with Chairs to Match, Others Single, Each has a bedding Compartment, and has a new-type Single Cushion and Back that lowers instantly into a double bed. Other Ideal Xmas Gifts For Any Home! • Hassocks • Smoke Stands • End Tables • Occasional Chairs and Rockers . • Lamps • Eureka, Hamilton -Beach or Bee Vac Vacuum Cleaners • Maytag Washing Machines, 1939 Models, $59.50 up EASY TERMS AT BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE - HOME APPLIANCES Distributor Algona Pure Propane Bottle Gas— Roper Ranges & ^ w ^^^ — — MAM, <'*/ • " : '» The Jolly Old Fellow that climaxes the most joyous season of the whole year, CHRISTMAS—Every item in our store is an ideal Christmas Gift. ... 'ifettt eth You Will Find a Large Selection at Algona's Only Complete Shoe Store — BROWNELL'S. * \n. 6*> t*»j $ ^ ,N3 Men's SLIPPERS Warm and comfortable and serviceable too. Priced from $1 TO $2,95 Ladies' and Children's SLIPPERS All colors and reasonably priced 79c $2.45 Shoes are an Ideal Gift Styles for men, women, and children, quality at a reasonable price, in all leathers, materials and colors. A GIFT OF \ ^ Y<5- LtCUl4Ai %m, rrvi " i 1 A, V 'l\?&! k;"i,"Vi,. r ,«iW I1C/U HOSIERY Is Always Welcome >A11 the newest shades in sheerest of chiffon or service weight. 79c $1 $1.15 THE IDEAL GIFT A PURSE- A Large Selection to Choose From... All ,tyle..» d Color. Look Over ThU Group Early CHOICE $1.00 'ft Shoes AlGQNAt

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