Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE -TWO KOSSttTH COtJNTY ABVAtfOft, ALQOHA..1QWA TOUR FRIEin) AT MEA1 MMfc Friday and Saturday, December 23 • 24 Holiday Beef Sale Following the holidays it's reasonable to expect some real rough weather. It is then most convenient to have plenty of beef on hand. Make the family a Christmas present of a half or a quarter of beef. FRONT QUARTER BEEF, lb. _________________ 12£ HIND QUARTER BEEP, lb. _________________ 13* BEEF ROASTS, pound ______________ 16£ and 14t -\ Q ,ioc n £ Cm. 1 Sirloin and Deer oteaK short cuts, n>. ___ , n r C«_ 1 Round and Beer Meak s w i ss , n> FRESH OYSTERS, per pint _________________ 25c FILLET OF HADDOCK, pound BONELESS PORK STEAK, lb. Fresh Roast Pork • i(jc «» d 25* 14c Many prefer a big, juicy fresh pork roast with dressing for the Christmas dinner with apple sauce and cranberry sauce; also with mince and pumpkin pie and other fixin's.. TANGO COOKIES, 2 pounds _____ 29c SANETTES, 2 cartons ___________ 35c PEANUT BRITTLE, 3 pounds ____ 25c COUNCIL OAK COFFEE, pound 23c, 3 pounds- SUPERB SIFTED PEAS _________ 2 No. 2 cans Northland Dill Pickles, quart ______ 16c CRISCO, 3-lb. can ______ _______ 49c Christmas Candy, all kinds, pound _ lOc CAMPBELL'S TOMATO JUICE __4 14-oz. cans 27<i PEANUTS, JUMBO ROASTED ______ 2 pounds 25£ TOILET PAPER, 10 rolls ________ 29c POP CORN, 3 pounds ___________ 19c Superb Amber Syrup, 10-lb. pail ___ 49c PORK & BEANS, 2 27-oz. cans ___15c CHOCOLATES, 5 pound Christmas box, asstd. 89f APPLES, Extra Fancy Delicious, do/. ________ 25c CELERY, California Long Shank, stalk _______ 10£ FRUTE-GEL, 3 pkgs. ___________ lOc Superb Sauerkraut, No. 2| can ______ 9c GRAPEFRUIT, Seedless, doz. ____ 29c ORANGES, California Navels, doz. 17c HEAD LETTUCE, per head ________ 7c CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE SALE New Portable TYPEWRITERS Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Dec. 22, 23, 24 20% DISCOUNT CASH ONLY ,"" ..'..' ' ' , . . ' '' ,• '» " V•, t ^ — \(.*i - V **<SJgfaL-" <**»**«»* Mrs. W. E. Gourley, 64 CorVitn, Dies HUSBAND AND 9 CHILDREN SURVIVE HER Corwlth, Dec. 20—Mrs. W. Gourley, who for many years ARMSTRONG'S BOYS, GIRLS BEATEN BY THOMPSON'S TEAMS •Armstrong, Dec. 20—The girls' and boys' .basketball teams motor- E. ed to Thompson Friday evening re-.and were both defeated. The girls sided on a farm near Corwith, died, lost a thriller, 24-20, and the boys at her home at Mason City last, succumbed under a 20-8 attack. week Monday. She was the mother of nine children, all living. The girls' game was by far most interesting, with strong defensives Some four years ago, because of taking honors The flashy local six CHURCH HEADS ARE ELECTED BY WE8LEYANS Wesley, Dec. 25 — A Congregi tional meeting was held at tte en ts, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ravlln. church one evening last Week 1o Nina Mae Wagner la expected elect officers: Ole Flom, chal 1 - late this week from Mason City, man; Mrs. Esther Skow, secretarj Peter Seaberg, treasurer; trusteis Kresge dollar store since Thanks—Herman Carlson, Lester Larson, giving. poor health, she and her husband held the lead till the last two min- c . ar > Starquist. Mr. Star 3 ulst wcs M r. and Mrs. Oscar Erlckspn, of left the farm to live on one oper- utes of play. They fed 11-4 In thel oected to replace August Enj- Elmhurst, 111., are expected for lated by the son Elry, near Mason tlvat quarter and 16-6 at the half., s i rom > who S avo up the position Christmas with Arabella McPher- ''Clty. Two years ago Mrs. Gour-1 Caboth, Peterson, and Irmlter, ? ftel< ma "y ^ars. .He was made ata SO n. ley's sight failed completely, and turned In a spectacular defensive,' honorary trustee for life. Marlon since then she had also been bed- holding their rangy opponents to Paulson was elected superintenc fast. two free throws In the second ent of the Sunday school. Low! ! Mrs. Gourley endeared herself to quarter. i n }? m , bers1 ,? £ the church were itj- 'this community at the beginning of I After the half 'both teams "zip- ^ lted . to Maao . n pity -for this week 'her life here 37 years ago. In her Ped" along with great determlna-'Tuesday night to attend installt- : active years she was keenly inter- tlon, but strong defensives, and "? n of n <? w members there. Messri. ested in all civic affairs, parttcu- the score remained low, Armstrong Flom and Larson were made del<- larly in the Methodist church. At 15, Thompson 8, at the end of the the time of the erection of the third. ! present church 21 year® ago, her In the final quarter the Thomp- I husband was one of the trustees, son girls ma'de up the margin by and he served on the finance com- snatching every free throw to win mittee for the project. ' n a late rally. Funeral services were held at the ' The Thompson boys grabbed an local church last week Wednesday, early lead over the locals, 3-2 In [December 14, with Mrs. Gourley's the first quarter; 5-2 at the half; ! pastor, the Rev. Karl W. G. Hiller, 12-6 in the third. i in charge. Doctor Hiller spoke on _ Amilsbury and Robinson, each la text from. John, "I rejoiced great- "ma'de s'ix points for the victors in jly when I heard that thy children the girls' game, and Donna Miller, ! were walking in the truth." He Armstrong, topped scoring honors laid great stress on the loving care -with 12. The local girls played with Mrs. Gourley had bestowed on her out the services ofi a first team family. . forward, Joyce Hansen, who A male quartet—H. V. Caldwell, sick. Emory and Terry Long, George ~ Gaskill—with Mrs. Beulah Caldwell as accompanist, sang Face to Face, It Is Well With My Soul, j i Sometime We'll Understand, and I Beautiful Isle of Somewhere. was and The Four Corners 'six sons were pallbearers. ; Mrs. Gourley was, before i riage, Nellie Jeanette Mills, The Mothers and Daughters club mar- meets this week Thursday with and Mrs. Euphemia Jensen and Gladys the daughter of Samuel E. and Eisenb'arth, and the opening song Mary Mills. She was born on Octo- will be, O Come, All Ye Faithful, ber 2, 1874, so was only 64 at roll call to be answered with death. At Serena, La Salle county, childhood memories of Christmas. '111., she grew up and on March 13, A paper, Christmas Customs in 1893, was married. The Gourleys Foreign Lands, will be read by lived in Illinois nine years, and Mrs. Eula Rich. There will be three of the children were born Christmas grab-b'asket, and the therej Elry, Mrs. Jessie Shipman, closing song will be Silent Nighl. A surprise oyster stew was gates, and others planned to go. Forbnrgers Off for Visits- Mr, and Mrs. Tom Forhurge daughter Alice and son Tommh left Tuesday for some weeks wltli relatives of Mr. Forburger. They were first to visit an aunt, Mr: John McWilliams, and other rek lives at St. Louis, then go to Me mence, 111., for Christmas with Tom's Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug ust Forburger. At Chicago they are to visit Tom's sister, Mrs. L. (Alice) Hill and other relatives. Lone Rockers are l)eat«n— The public school's basketba teams downed Lone Rock, ther> Friday nig>ht in an overtjme cag contest, score 33-31. Bottom anil Kraus scored 14 points for Wesle; The local girls won by a 32-30 score, and Eisenbacher scored ID points. Both local teams played fjt Woden this week Monday night. C. 1). A. Parties Planned— Ames Saturday. Mis parents ara Mi*.,and» Mrs. Charles Kratts.' •Mr. and Mrs. George Spahgler, of Everly were Sunday dinner guests of the latter'a mother, Mrs. George fienner, atid all Went to Kleinme for the afternoon with a Spangier daughter. Supt. and Mrs. Ravlln drove to Hampton Saturday, and Mr. Ravlln attended a basketball meeting. The couple Iso visited Mr. Ravlih's par- where she has been clerking In the' —^^^ Barg BEFOBK C sedftn » . 2—1985 Ford DoLnxc Sedans 1984 Plymouth Coach. ' WE ^ON»T BE UNDEHSO Maxwell Mot CHRYSLER Phone 595 ors tiMwnti's HEALTHFUL WAT.,. PW^PP*!i \ IEPARED THE MODERN WAY The Catholic Daughters 1 wi and Seth. In 1901 the family came to Cor- served at John Sabin's last week: with and farmed. Six children Monday night in honor of John';? were born here: Mrs. Carrie Kirch- birthday. The Edward Richs and gatter, John, Ross, Lyle, William, the William Draytons were guests, and Alice. Mr. Gourley survives; The Aeijelt Myers family, Ring- also two brothers, Jesse Mills, of .sted, and the Arthur Alexanders Pontiac, 111., and Ralph, Gillette, were .dinner guests of Mrs. Ida Wyo., and one sister, Mrs. Letitia Nickerson. Friday. Gourley, Illinois. . Patrons of the No. 7 school will « c* • 11 CT~^ •« «. have their annual .Christmas din- Henry Stemlicht Loses Mother— n e r at the schoblhouse Friday noon Mrs. Louis Steinlicht, mother of The me nu committee is Mrs Al- Henry Steinlicht, Corwith, died at tn . Lowtnan. Mrs. Lucille Rch and | her home at Belmond December 12, Birdie Schulz, the latter the teach- followmg a long sickness. She had er . A parent-teacher program will have a Christmas party this week jBridge and Five Hundred vii\\ Be exchanged. They will also have card party and dance at their h next week Wednesday evenin Bridge and Five Hundrde will played, follo'wed by an hour dancing. Kelsh Babe is Christened— A girl born to Mr. and Mik George Kelsh Tuesday, December 13, was baptized Sunday at Joseph's Catholic church, and wi named Laurel Ann. 'Sponsors we George Prema and Mrs. Irene St|i- der, sister of Mr. Kelsh. Off for Medical Treatment— Erling Flom and Edw. Loebig left for Canistota, S. D., Monday to I seek medical aid. Mrs. Eldon Ray- ! lln and her daughter Ilene, accompanied by Charles Kraus Jr., went to Rochester Tuesday for medical WASHED ... Purifitd DUST-TREATED by the original WAXOL Process^ Botsf ord Lumber Co* Phone 256 Jim Pool Watch the Orange Colored Trucks been an invalid five years, the V1 c- be he id after dinner, and a Ch.-ist- ," ^" " T tim of cancer. She fell seriously mas n,. ogram wlll be given by the tieatment. _ sick four weeks ago. Surviving are children, after which the children Drewelow Error Corrected— her husband and two other sons, -^111 ex chanzp e-iff* i mv , JJ "" r ^ u ";ei,u,u wl * excaan ge guts. ] The reference last week to E. LOOK AT THESE VALUES Royal portable "Deluxe" silent model. This is the best portable that the Royal company makes. The regular price for this machine is £C4 Oft $64.50. Sale price at 20% discount $9 I j?JU Royal Standard portable. This is the next best in the Royal portable line. Touch control and all other standard features. Regular price for this machine is $54.50. Sale price at 20% discount Remington No. 5 Standard portable with the five space tabulator, new dust proof finish, touch control • and other standard features. Regular price $54.50. Sale price at 20% discount ALSO THESE SECOND HAND TYPEWRITERS AT CLOSEOUT JRICES Underwood Standard business size typewriter. We allowed $25 on this machine as a trade-in allowance, and we are selling it for Li. C. Smith standard business size typewriter. Both of these machines are in good condition, and will give good service, especially to a student learning to typewrite. An excellent (1C fill bargain at $ I O>UU L. C. Smith-Corona portable typewriter. We allowed $15 for this machine on a new typewriter and have spent $6.00 in reconditioning it. The best bargain of the lot for Ed'w., of Belmond, and Fred, Mon- tecello, Minn. There is one daughter, Mrs. Arvin Ellis, Belmond, 25 grandchildren, and six great- The Lotts Creek No. 7 ^^ R. . . school Drewelo'w as having been emplcy- ***** ** &t ^ FlFSt Natl ° nal ., '.some years ago was an error in t . , .,., . „ ., ,, , T. Tn e annual Rich Christmas din-Advance slum It was W grandchildren: A son, Emil died 14 nei . ^ m be served Sund t M Drewelow who was Employee years ago. Services were held at and Mrs . John Sab j n - a> and attend . the bank employee Belmond last week Wednesday. ing will be the Arch" Walkers, Or- • ' Have Fleeted Officers— ville Holtjren > Lewis Broesder, Ce- To Give Christinas Program — Pastern Stars have elected cil B J us t rom . and Robert Walker A Sunday school program officers worhtv matron Frlncts ^"ies, the Edward Riches, Mrs. be given at the Congregational officers, woihty mation, Dances EdJth ^.^ &nd the latter>s son church Sunday night at 7:30. There Earl. The Lowman families will will be a Christmas devotional s'<r- be at Louis Lowman's Jr., and in- vice at 6 o'clock on Christmas d^y. Otlwr Wesley News. The Tom MoMahons were Sun- ler; associate matron, Mildred Gaskill; conductress, Maude Riggle, associate, Pern Paulson; treasurer, and the Ray Smiths. IPV A 6-SO notluck dinner was " c '*"=u her celebrate her birthday day dinner guests at Lewis Kenl'3.' served Santa P clausha^ch ea rgro? S??™' ™% was Sund ^ Mrs ' La ™ ce Ko ^ en has **» a gift exchange. was _played at four tables, abed a week with the flu, and Lathe For Her For Him ' ^n* ™-"^T^^T^^TW^TW^^sraK •• J^JBBItJftylt-ByilJfttttjitktJftihtJiJJc- ft'ite.t* J^y ft^sJKig frija P^* ^ ^^ tm mm ^ «M ^ «• — —- 'Jtf, *^ ^^^^^^-^^^-^^^T^^ rm»* ;,'*•' ' •."«' .'.•w»ir*«WB"*jWlfl SILK HOSE Crepe twist silk hose, clear, sheer chiffon with dainty lacetop. Guaranteed ringless PRESS SHIRTS Beautiful new patterns and including rayon decorated desig A " .._.79c™1.! sizes. NEW DRESSES Holiday thrillers, made to be admired—to fit into your plans perfectly, A good selection of styles, colors, and sizes _ Mrs. Elmer Lee winning high. Mrs. von Gerdes has been having Farewell for Departing Pastor — Albert Cody and Mrs. Irvin Classen' same thing. Mrs. John Arndortar A farewell party for the Rev. . were hostesses. spent last week with 'her daughtpr, and Mrs. Paul Williams was held The Vernon Hawb'akers, Dickens, Mrs. Lee Goetz. at the parsonage last week Thurs- spent Sunday afternoon at Harlay Fidelis Skow came home Saturday evening, following prayer Hoeck's. day for the Christmas 1 vacation meeting The Rev. and Mrs. Wil- The Irvln Classens, Curtis Ol- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jiir- liams and their baby son will leave sens . and Martin Enger spent Sat- gen Skow. She attends Waldorf soon for Humboldt, where Mrs. urday evening at Arthur Paulsen's. (College. Donald Kraus came from Williams has.accepted the ministry at the Danish Baptist church. Shower for Kecent Bride— Mrs. Lloyd Stroup and Mrs. Harold Brown were hostesses at a | shower one day last week for Mrs. iKermit Engh at Mrs. C. F. Brown's. | Mrs. Engh was formerly Jessie Brown. »ILK SLIPS Pure silk crepe, satin, rayon crepe, or rayon satin. Taoilored or Qfl^ 4 lace trim ----- 9OC TO I . TRAVEL CASES Choice' of styles and fittings. make any man proud; Give him < Christmas—— 98C TO 2.9| J'ftteltiB'Kift'ti'iff *ftJB*iS u ft7' SLIPPERS Give HIM a pair of comfortable fe| or leather slippers. sizes __________ OtfC TO 1 •' LOUNGE ROBES Flannels, quilted celanese and rav- on taffetas, Also house 4 OA coat styles ___ I .90 TO SWEATERS Women's pullovers in plain, knit or angorette, long or short sleeve styles, in QO«* 4 A A all colors 900 TO 1 .98 Second Son for Wlhltes— Mr. and Mrs. Evan Wilhite are parents of a son, born one day last week, weight seven pounds, named Jerry Duane. The Wilhites have another son, Ted, only 16 months old. $17.50 I. G. DEWEL AT THE ADVANCE OFFICE Mulling Family Goes South- Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Mullius, with their sons, left one day last week for San Antonio,\ Tex,, where they are spending two months with Leonard's brother Charles. Other Convith News. Harold Oxley has moved to th3 farm vacated by his mother, Mrs. Charles Oxley, who recently moved to Corwith. Walter Nail plans to move this week to the farm vacated by the Harold Oxleys. Mrs. Millard Evans and her baby daughter Sharon Kay have returned from a week with the former'3 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Neilson, Kanawha. Christmas and New Year's will be observed by the stores and bus- ilness houses in Corwith by closing I at 10 a. m. on the Mondays following. The Thimble Circle met Friday at Mrs. Jean Foley's, and there was a Christmas gift exchange. cloth, and THEY WOULD R|AD YOUR AD TOO, IF IT APPIARED HIRE SENECA Friday evening the Seneca high school girls' and boys' basketball teams motored to Bancroft, where they met the Bancroft public .school teams. The Seneca girls played a hard-fought game which resulted in a tied score, 26-26. The Seneca boy s were victorious, 32-26. Harriet Olsen wais unable to play because of sickness. Ruby Paulsen worked at Mrs. Ralph. Campbell's last week Wednesday. • The Birthdlay club met at Mr». Arthur Paulsen's Saturday «nd HATS We have just received a new shil ment of Horn burgs and Tyroleans J greens and 4 AQ O blues I k«IO TOfci SETS Attractive dresser cases with colorful, practical fittings. Ladies' and m g^ 4* ^-^ misses' styles _ 15JC TO £.98 lt<IM| ^. t SLIPPERS^' Every lady needs a new pair You felt> Satin ' or leath ' 59C TO 1 .98 f w ^^ BAGS Calf leather, chenille beaded bags in all M** . colors -------- 49CTO I.! A nice assortment of colors and ] ters. Each handsomely gift ready to 4 Of* ft' give ___________ "WCTO 0« MUFFLER A gift "for any man. Wool and scarfs in all colors. If in doubt i him a 4Oft 1 muffler UPC TO I' SWEATERS Zipper and button front sweaters] plain and combination colors. All sizes 9 36 to 46. fcl ^-PPB^^-WB^TPW W . " ' "^ ' " JACKET^ Suede and glove leather. Flam j sport back styles with zipper m These make Jt OC A an ideal gift: »I.*»P T0 Pl HOLIDAY CHOCOLATES Assorted chocolates in a beautiful gift bo*_j- _,.$ JLB, BOX FREE GtFTS For the kiddies. Friday, December 23 h •£ Books who c»u rccitfi the sifety peared on tbe back of the distributed two w^efcs

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