Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1938 · Page 12
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PAGE FOUR FOR PHONE LIKES AT ST, BENEDICT St. Benedict, Dec. 17 — A telephone meeting was held last week .Wednesday morning. Members are to be taxed $3 each for a new lino from here to Wesley. A large number of new poles will be reset. Armstrong, Dec. 14 — Four Armstrong basketball teams met defeat Friday evening. The Armstrong girls lost their first game of the season to Leland 39-24. The two local girls' teams drove to Leland. The lotal girls' second team was also defeated by the Leland seconds, 14-7. Captain Frances Horswell led the local seconds. The Some of the lines have been In Armstrong boys' first team was de- poor condition for some time, and l eatedr , by Swea ? ily i t . her * 31 ' 16 ' eervice between Wesley and here S , wea Cflt} ' P layed , ™ Ml ° u *; the ser T has ben l «» of tw ° r *™' ™ r ~ n and oroug wlth Armstrong B. B. Teams Have Bad Week-End; Lose 4 Games points. Seneca players were: captain, Loretta Crowley, Lois Looft, Helen Cody, Harriet and Alyce Olsen, Nordel Dotson, and Donna Jean Bolllg. Armstrong: captain, Shirley Peterson, Donna Miller, Marie Irmlter , Marjorle Benton, Joyce Hansen, Corene Miller, Marjorie Caboth, and Mavis Burgess. Shower for Christmas Bride— A miscellaneous shower was held Saturday afternoon at the has been almost impossible. Many . . , members are helping with th ;JBilsborough. Griffith led the win- work, which was started Friday. i" el>s , wlth * en points - . The !° c . al ___ * (boys second team was defeated by Methodist basement honoring Ruth Houseman, who will be married Christmas day kle, Fairmont. to William MeCor> The, afternoon was Johnson Sister is Bereaved— ', Swen seconds 40-21. The Harvey Johnsons attended S 03 ??. and • glrl » ' team ,f the funeral of Dg White at Also- ?, olllver Tuesday and na Friday. Mr. White was a bro- | Thompson> __ ther-in-law of Mi-Johnson. Don-: G | r ls Beat. Swea 25-19- The local spent playing Sames and visiting. played Friday at |Some 50 friends were present and received many lovely gifts. ' w his till White, at Al ~ wm, at and The Armstrong girls' basketball Other Armstrong News. Donna McCreary, Shirley • Petersen, Donna Miller, Joyce Hansen, team chalked up their third con- Marie Irmiter, and Marjorie Beni x? uy secutive victory this season, beat- ton attended basketball gamea at ner aunt, MM. i ng Seneca there Tuesday, 25-19.1 Ringsted Mon'day evening. Graet- \irt' er °iu,,^ l !? n i The local girls played slow ball,'linger girls won 51-37, and the n mi Rninh Pn-c , f ri i f indl "S the gymnasium too small :Ringsted boys won 17-12. and Ralph Parsons family. compared to Armstrong's. The, 1 Mrs. S. K. Twedt and Mrs. Oscar Seneca girls had the advantage of | Johnson accompanied Mr. and being used to the small quarters.' Mrs. Ben Knutson .to Des Moines ^ „.„,„ ^ Jlljlvlc , , Donna Miller, Armstrong, contin- to visit the Knutson son Lloyd Monday for a' week " of^" vfsitin<».' ued top scoring honors with 18 over the week-end. SWEA-EAGLE d«ofg« Crow, ffcffcf, Mo., WKott- BlteboMMlifcfc, *»&«!*. "H* panted them to L»mon< Mrs. Cfbuf Sh«8*fcl »p«ht froitt i*«,wwk 8toft Sa There will be a'Christmas tree and a program presented by pupils of the Swea township schools at'the community hall this week Friday evening. There will be a treat for everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jenson are parents of a daughter, born Saturday at Kpssuth hospital, the first child. Mrs. Alma Jacobson, Wln- nebago, .Minn., daughter Florence, and sons Roy, Ray, and Albert called on Mrs. Jenson Sunday. Mrs. Jenson Is a daughter of Mrs. Jacobson. Laila Berg was a week-end .guest of her sister Geneva, who teaches in the Rockwell second grade. The Theodore Plathes left last week Tuesday for a few weeks in! w ani Mrs. Dtttoer *t* slaters. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prlebe, Ban crrft, were Sunday afternoon Vis-, ^ 0 Richards accompanied S. Itcrs at Jim Aokarman's, and the _ ' and the children were at Fehton turday. The Clarence Enderaons, near Almstrong; guests ca Ni ncy, Mrs. Anna California. Mr. and Mre. C. F. McGregor were Sunday guests at the Ortmau home near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patterson are parents of a son, born Friday. William Arndorfers Away— Mr. and .Mrs. William Arndorfer and son Philip drove to Ackley They were also to make calls at Mason City. The daughter, Mrs. Ben Capesius is looking after the home here. Meeting on Sodality Dated— A meeting is announced -for the .young women of the local parish next Sunday. Pastor Kramer will speak on the benefits derived from sodalities. Off for Winter Fishing- George Ludwig and August Hus- cka left last Saturday for northern Minnesota for a week of fish- Ing. Reports said they would have to buck snow up there. Betty McMurrny to Wed— Banns of marriage were announced for the first time for Betty McMurrav and Orville Kollasch, of Wesley, Sunday. LEDYARD F, B, HAS CHRISTMAS PARTY FRIDAY Lakota, Dec. 14—Ledyard township's Farm Bureau held its annual usual. Ed says they had only a trace of snow at Alberta when he left. He reports crops as fair there this year but prices low. Inlays Go to Florida — Editor and Mrs. Edgar Inlay left this week via automobile for St. Cloud, Fla., where they will spend the holidays, with Mrs. Inlay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Gray, Friday evening with 30 present. A program of group singing led by Mrs. Charles Gutknecht, and a humorous reading, Send Your Christmas Gifts Early, given by Mi-s. W. who formerly lived Kenneth Undermeyer, put out the December near Burt. Rake, will 21 Issue of the Lakota Record. The Inlays expect to be home about January 9. Church Canvass a Success — The Presbyterian church gave Its LONE ROCK Ri The annual dinner and bazaar of the local church last week Wednesday was largely patronized, and the receipts totaled $81.79. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Berven, Stanhope, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jacobson, Des Moines, were Sunday guests at Eugene Johnson's. The Berveng are Mrs. Johnson's parents, and Mrs. Jacobeon Is her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrlch spent last week Wednesday evening at Lloyd Schenck's, Burt, and Friday evening attended a county rural letter carriers' Christmas party at the Masonic Temple, Algona. A Christmas program will be to, „.. 0 _ given next week Wednesday even-!outbuildings located thereon }ng at the Cherland school, Gerald in P. day tHl the foildWfng n t jo». Shauer'g, HaHan. lodge evening school. 1 Mrs. Roy Jensett gave , . email ong "were Sunday dinn" *TDrl* birthday Party |n honor of nf Mr? ?lfltHe Snrank and Mr. Jensen last week Wednesday or Mrs. Hfttue spranx ana , — . . + i.«.,i_., _,„,. n*... led at Jim Acknrman's. daughter Peterson, son evening, and attending were ' -^ -- - Mr. Mr. torvyn, all of Humboldt, spent Saturday night and Sunday' at A. D. Mueller, Fenton, was also a Sunday dinner guest there. A. reception was given last week Monday evening at the church in hqnor of the new pastor and his 'e,'the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Sin- nljig. The Clarence Macumbers, of Algona, spent Sunday with Mrs. Frank Macumber. The M. O. W. J. Cotton, and Mrs. Fred Mr an M ' Burt Bur ' Minn* *«fc »tt*rn«m rlMtor» Lloyd Sctonelfs *t that telrn. * Adrian Ward, Aifcotta, Spent Sunday With Mild Ward At Fred Weg- enerti.' Mrs, THlle Manna and her daughter Myrtle vished a Mrs. Fitzgerald at Ralph dathoiin'ti; Burt, Sunday afternoon and were supper guests at William Rath's, near Algona. The Rudolph Peter family were at Arthur Zumach's lor Sunday afternoon atid with Edw. Tletz and Clara Bruhn, Burt, dpent the evening at the Ernest Wolter home in Lotts Creek. Mrs. Martha Rath, son Lawrence, and the Albert spent Sun- enee saw the n6w ..,. Be * Thursday llrtl Mr. and Mrs.' n at mar hards family were last week Thursday dinner guests at Maurice N0TICE OF EXECUTOR'S SAI-E Votice Is hereby given that pursuant to Order of Court the undersigned executor will offer for sale January 4, 1939, at 2:00 o'clock m., to the highest bidder cash, the property known ae for the "Lotts Creek Store," Including the fo lowing described real estate in Kcssuth county, lo'wa, to-wit: Commencing 34 rods North the Southeast corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of the Southeast Quarter (SE>4) •f Section Three (3), Town- hip Ninety-feix (96) North, .ange Thirty (30), West of the th P. M., South 13 rods, 5 ft. in., West 12 rods, North 13 ods, 5 ft. 6 in., East 12 rodsi io place of beginning, ;ether with all buildings Angus, teacher, for Ice cream. Mrs. Alex Krueger entertained at' oils, and and :luding the stock of merchandise No charge except' consisting of groceries, dry goods, | clothing, shoes, meats, gas and tires, hardware paints flour were enjoyed. The! "Every Member Canvass" report quilting Friday, and attending were 'ard feed, Ice cream and confection- Mesdames M. E. Blanchard, A. D. erk beer, and other personal prop- Other St. Benedict. Mrs. Helen Hanig, Ackley, and' regular lunch, supplemented hyj Sunday for a successful event. The I Newbrough, Lawrence Newbrough, erty, and also all the fixtures and home made candy and popcorn , church board has not as yet chosen James Long, Frank Flaig, and J. equipment used in connection with j balls, was served after the pro-j a pastor to take the place of the M - Blarichard. • i S aid business. ' ,. ^,v, cl , i u,u' gram : lh ? next women s .project I Rev. 0. H. Frerldng, who went to Supervisor,- and Mrs. Charles! [The real estate, stock of merch- her children were at William Arn-! tralnlng schot)1 wl11 be neld Janu-pubuque in October. A covered |Morris spent Sunday afternoon at eddiee, and fixtures will be first dorfer's from last week Wednes- ' ary G at Mrs - J ' H ' Holcom b's, and ,disli dinner was served at noon and £.. F - Krueger's, Fairmont. Mrs. each offered separately and then day till Saturday. They came with persons who visited at Wesley., ... Mrs. Hanig- is an Arndorfer daugii-! ' the general meeting will be at j ten teams completed the work the ' Hcetland ' s January 13. This , . a day , meetin S ered dish meal at noon. have operated the Royal Tho John Ludwiw were Fort; O'Keefes to Sioux City- Dodge visitors Sunday. Mrs. Lu.l- Mr nnrl J wig has a sister who is ' nurses' training there. The Ludwigs called wig Sr. Mrs. Henry Seller her daughter, Mrs. Bleich, THonka, and the latter's family to their home last week Thursday for a stay till the following Saturday. same afternoon. 400 9 n oil Surprise for Sick Woman— Mrs. Carl Hammer is ill In bed i suffering with heart trouble, and son Elmer ,, „,,, , , <MaX1 ,° K 1 ef fn n Wh n l Sunday morning her left last week for Sioux City, where Max has enrolled at Morningside college, and will continue his study of civil engineering for the remainder of this school year. and daughter Ellen Hammer Joy Macusson, all of Sioux and City, surprised her by dropping in to spend the day. Other Lakota News. Mrs. J. H. Warburton attended a meeting of the executive board of T. T „ .. ~~^ T —-• • ! Mrs. Oran O'Keefe and Mrs. Ros-| iiiviti - iii o v*. LUC GAOUUHVC uuu.ru UL Mrs. Kathryn Jennet, son. Gerald, coe cherry, Curlew, are managing! the Kossuth council of Christian id daughter klla Marie were over the sta tion now, and Mrs. Cherry's i Education at the Rev. Mr. Donis City,'son Vernon came this week to as-pome at Burt Friday afternoon to sist them. The station will be sold Plan future work. and Sunday visitors at Iowa where the son Raymond is a university student. Krueger is a brother of Mrs. Mor- all together as a unit and as rlE L' ! going concern and sold in which- L,aWrence Walsh, John Dixon, j eVer manner realizes the largest and Ralph Hammerstrom left Mon- amount. day for Illinois points, LaWrence to ] Sale will be held on the prem- visit the Giles Hollorans, Reddick, is|s. Possesision will be given as and relatives at Chicago, John to soon as settled for. Property will visit Dwight relatives. R. T. Angus, son Robert, Lawrence Dittmer, and Mrs. N. L. Cotton got home Friday from Law- I ton, Okla., where they visited Dr.' H. A. Angus and . family. , Mrs. I be sold free and clear of all liens Mrs. and encumbrances and abstract of re|il estate furnished. NICK GENGLER, Executor of John Markgraf Estate. 13-14 or rented as soon as possible. Mrs. John Grandgenet and her son Joe drove to Rockwell Sun- Cnnadinn Crop Prices Low- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Gutknecht Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fedge and little son, Eagle Grove, came Sunday morning and spent, the day COURTEOUS SERVICE day, and the former remained there for a week with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Wiener. _ _ _ The Einil Arndorfers spent Sun-I a week-end visit with her "parents , __. _. day at the Keene home, Whitte-'and her brother Ed, who came j Mr. and Mrs. Lou" Nitz spent last more. The women are sisters and home from Canada last week and]week Wednesday and Thursday at former Eisenbarth girls. who will spend the winter here as I Minneapolis and St Paul. visiting Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Wil- I drove to Mason City Friday, and liarns. Mr. Fedge was formerly I brought home Lena Gutknecht for telephone manager here. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels and ssrafrag^^ I Philco's Spinet type cabinets Lave set a new vogue in radio furniture that home decoration experts say will endure for years I Their graceful styling and exquisite simplicity blend with and enrich the furnishings of any home. And now I'hilco brings yon this costly beauty at a sensationally low price. Come in and tee them! PHILCO 40XX*(otor,) A Spinet typo Phileo of dignified bcmly and lasting charm. Per. fectcd Electric Pub-Button Tuning of 8 (Utlouil powerful American and Foreign reception t Inclined Sounding Board and C.thedr.1 Speaker C. W lot finer tone. *79.95 PHILCO 35xx (left) I Yd, the Spinet atrUng women of I America demand ... at an un- Ibelier.blr low price 1 Powerful I American and Foreign receptlon ( I perfected Electric Puin-Buttoa | Tuning, rich. lifelike tone. A rare ralue at • • t PHILCO 55RX* Tie year'i miraelo ridlo . .. tlio n.w Fbilea wlUi Mjilay Contr»l| Glorionilj. nataral tune, powerful Amerloui and Foreign reception. And, (it addition, Mriterr Control that tunei the radio from «ny room ultft. out ulru or connection* I Gorgeoui Spinet type cabinet of ooitly W«lnut woodi. Com* in for • turiUing demon. + . crk _» .tration. " » 159.50 BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE You'll find the price range from 19.50 UP Foster Furniture Co. woman Our force of men and a will .help you to mafae ycnr shopping visit here a pleasant o »e. We're glad to have you look; were proud of our Xmas stock. AUTOMOBILE LICENSE! Are Now on Sale Fees for Motorists are the same as a year ago. Licenseis Must Be Purchased During December or January to Escape Penalty After the end of January, a penalty of 5% of the license fee per month with a minimum of $ I each month will be added as a penalty. If you plan on storing your car, 1938 license plates muse be turned in at the treasurer's office before February 1, 1939, to save the penalty. v \ M.J. DUFFY Treasurer ofKossuth County, Iowa ^^ QUALITY! FAIR PRICE No other Algona store carries more - quality brands of nationally advertised merchandise. Wo own our biiildingr, and do not have to pass rent costs to the customer. THIS AD CAN SOLVE ANY ORDINARY PROBLEM OF A GUT FOR MAN OR BOY A Christmas Guide that Will Save Yon Time Mil HrtUlWsiW)* MEN'S SOX Holeproof Pacer Hose 50c pair r - With elastu top, garter attach- i ed. i Paris Free Swing SUSPENDERS $1.00 PARIS GARTERS 25c-S5c-50c INITIALED HANKIE SETS Come 3 in a box 75c and $1.00 Purchases 'Wrapped in Xmas Packages If Desired 1 tff&CfflHt&QllfflUifflUJ&aC^ta&JJlMtltM^ n.*T ..nrt ' I t^™^»^re»wtti*tM^«t>h™^;»^^^rei^a»roi»«MWayia^ vff .. .. ltv . [Tn ... M, . .^ ^.^M+t* TIE AND HAND KERCHIEF SETS; [ An inexpensive gift, but wit|i a p touch of something differ { Perfect matches, at J $1.00 set t;ftjcttttetetettii»ftteftttn>t»< WOOL MUFFLERS \ A whole rack of them, fluffy, warm, timely $1.19 to $2.45 COOPER'S Y-FEONT JOCKEY SHORTS s Mighty popular with the modern young man 50cand75c Pajamas 1,95-2.95-3.95 I \oi-Kasl e?2a. Ties - 1.00 LUGGAGE One lot of specially priced ties, all new, modern designs Both men's and ladies' styles, plain or to the new shades Blue, Brown, Navy, Maroon, and Black, in 1X)% wool or silk. $6.85 Cowhide Gladstones 55c Two for $l.oo These Few Suggestions - We Have More! SHIETS t all sizes, and all styles, all good I i Jayson Shirte ...+ .. \ Eitz & Whitney ....fl.65 Aywon GIFT JEWELRY Initialed key chains $1.00 Initialed tie clips 50c Real leather billfolds $l.OQ SCARFS A prftetioaj j, $1.25 scwfs to Algona, 'The Xmas City the J> .£ 4^ r'_^ ft -if ^ **( Tf t'» VJ V v : "f <~ ^ ^ Vt' mi.!-

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