Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1938 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1938
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22. IS. SCHICHTL IS VICTIM AN ACCIDENT vlngton, Dec. 20 — Mrs. Nina Icbtl. who had been with rel- at' Staples, Minn., four but returned to M. L. H J Friday, suffered a severe- .jured left hand Monday morn- fwhcn it was .caught in a wash- machine wringer. The two mid- lingers were crushed and cut ie bone ^before the machine I be stopped. , ,. ,, Entertain Bclattres— t a nd Mrs. Hay Bristol, Rens- ,f Ind., arrived Sunday to visit jafl Seipis. They were en route , new home in California and on Monday niornlhg. Mr. [^V arid Mrs. Seip are brother sister. TheYmove is being e because EJveretti sou of Mr. Fsi.Bristow, is living in. Calito. . \ •'..-.•'-' ; idson for BIndewalds— and Mr*. Blndewald, New impbd, Minn., -write that they again grandparents, a son be- to their daughter Edna Bdn», whose married e )8 not known here, has ona r child, also a son. The Binde- i are former Iryington people. „ to Visit InSouth— ie Frank Asaa, Mrs. Lillian :, and Marie Wiener-were Sun- dinner guests at Andrew , Mr. and Mrs. Beck plan to ye this week•,.Thursday for eenvllle, Miss., .where they will ind three weeks with Mr. and , Paul Wiener. .jtiims Party., at Church— ^Christmas party was held at • church Friday evening, with [persons in attendance. A Christis play was given by a group of tag people, gifts were exchang- and refreshments served. ilor Office lit Enlarged— mprovements at the elevator almost completed. The office been made twice as large as merly, with more windows, and [Interior has been finished with llboard. Gire. School Program— 'uplls of the Irvington school 1 present a Christmas program the schoolhouse this week ursday evening. The teachers Myrtle Jordan, and Eileen lib. Her, Babe Leave Hospital— irs. B. 0. Davis'and her infant i Barrel Leon were brought to E. Colwellig from the General ipltal Monday and will spend the I of the winter there. I is Bom Dead— s, Edw. Blanchard gave birth IfUtlllborn babe at the Kos'suth •pital last week Wednesday. She I recovering. —^ Program at Church- Christmas program wil be pre*d at the dhurch this week May evening. , Other Irvlneton. «wfa Scheppman left for Padu- l.Ky., Monday to bring Mrs. »«as Bagur and a son to the »of Mrs. Bagur's parents, Mr. ...FOR EAST SENEGA LAD AT "PJOSPITAL S?, *: K»'-»'t«*~Sr :« f Saturday for , -""• He has a dis-i . * i^c-wm east of the blood, and it was found i' Vlslt ln Lakota Saturday and necGBiuLrv to give him transfusions, * large crowd awaiting him. TreaU being donor. Mrs. John- r were passed out to 400 children hy ^he theatre manaement additional treat, of ANNUAL VISIT TOLAKOTANS in honor of the latter's E. Krantz, who left Sun- Lakota, Dec. 20 Santa Clauq pre-'Ohristmas jja^r aLrs* conns* 'rr E her bed. onrlne(l to ,father, L. E. Krantz, who left Sunter C' K> Stelnhard and daugh-. |day for L °n& Beach, Cal., to spend «.! ,.?r?,'. ° , Latlmer ' was a visitor the winter. High prizes for »«~»» s , tted her niece. Mr. and Mrs] Howard Sparks drove to Lake Crystal Sunday for her. The.annual Christmas tree and program will be held at the Doan Church December 23. Swen Pearson, who had been ill '" "'""" ~»ntb. passed away Mon- home 4% miles north- being donor. Mrs. to .stay at the > •n home while the Patter-f av< re aWnv. l* 1- ee isons were away. Donations an * ^ , .„, i,\ji -3 VY 1 LJ cousin Nick Koppen Henniman — * — i.'-*" «-vj.iv* Yt in HB1 VtJ and cake after the pro- , 6f ..? a - ! ™^ a r J ? r l e . J ° hn ' so ". teacher in "». K. M. Mlnkel, Swcaf The Kowmh't a ° n Peeress in the £ossuth to overcome tuberculosis It was voted to donate $2 50 to Red Cross, buy $2.50 worth of Rev. Mr to laat week , quarter conference of Method 'st church was DOAN _ lvyll ^ :la Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson en- afternoon with the tert'atned at five tables of 600 ~ the ; F ''iday evening. High for won by Mrs. ..and - school last Friday. A large crowd .attended and lunch was sold after the program. Aid will maet with Mrs Mi \T°i l Tnursd ay, January 5, Mabel Hanson assisting. E. Greene, who was killed night near Humboldt, been HvinK. was a for _. extended with",!" 1 ' Krachl had au accident (wfrlS^ ^ Was ^ a ^ ake ^V at with his corn-sheller one day last l 7 Varb V n ° 11 s grocery store aud free week. He was driving down hill tTr 6S> b , Utter ' syrhp ' a » d «°^e Jvom M G , Sheller became "nhooked S,.f 7 e , d until midnight to all fiom his tractor. It could not be £ A large cro ' vvd of shoppers «tnnn«d and tipped over in the ^ht Wn a11 day until Ia te at being badly damaged. No S ht as h«r f „„, ,„„ 8heller has ipi . otrrams ^ Hoys Win; Girls Tied— kJh, 6 !! 8 ? 110011 b ° yS> ftlld SirlS ' bas - ketbaH teams played the Bancroft "" h "" ""'•""' teams at ;, the local t n ^"n"i'n~i"' "" d ' be 8' r ' s> teams lv- lllg A't— ^4, * Six Attend Demonstration— Jay Godden, MerWin Marlow, Chester Alme, Alton Pettit, Ray Bierstedt, and Melvin Hawks drove to Mason City Saturday to attend a Diesel tractor demonstration. Other Seneca News. - the Immanuel Lutheran church there will be a Christmas •service Saturday evening at 7 o clock. A children's program will be given. Sunday morning there will be English services at 10 o clock, and at the same hour Monday there will be German services. Mr. and Mrs. George Jennings and Corless Jennings, who all hail from Algona, spent the weekend at Jerald Godden's, and the Walter Bleichs were Sunday dinner guests of the Goddens. '.PlpywTat iita"brother"l)!ile'» Tn 1 '!" 1 arrlv( L hon >e Thursday "for a .returning home from West Tton 1 i, ys Christm as vacation with -Saturday night w^nt^into ^'^S^' "*' ^ * n : A " J ' ditch, damaging the latter's carl Mrs Ruth <5,v i, , badly, he escaped with minor in- '/Sunida'y afte returned home ' JU ^ d . Mr ?'. Bryan A Sa enter- Sf\£?^ la€' ^^ ^ — —"-"""«ioL church A their Ohristmas program Friday the Lutheran and tho churches Saturday and all will have programs and treats tor the children. J-akota Wins from Fenton— .The Lakota basket ball boys boys Friday at Fen- 10 A : - eams won. The first 18-4 and the second team 16- ' liiikotn 1 Mrs. Henry Mitchell i«Vj w "^ Moines last week! H M ay> ta ' king wlth them - Mr. I and Mrs. Dale Estle of Ledyard I who will make their home in Des Moines where Dale will cook in a restaurant. The Mitchell's spent! Thursday at Grand Junction where ! they visited the Elwin F.lowers, i who operate a chick hatchery. Mrs Flower was formerly Buelah Bell who lived here before her mar-! , riage. They report William Bell is allorm-m tr *<V.« ,..J M .J. ... talned five tables of 500 Sa=y^^^ SSS^^f^ and Mrs. R. J. Skilling. Mrs Bagur usually returns this time of year to escape floods that threaten her Kentucky home. The Rev. Mr. English preached Sunday on The Coming Kingdom. The text was, Thy Kingdom Come. Matt. G-10. He read portions of scripture from the 72nd psalm, iLuke 1, and Revelations, 5. Helen, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer, underwent an appendectomy at the Kossuth hospital Monday morning. j Mrs. Herman Becker will return j from a Fort Dodge hospital where She recently had a major operation late this week. The Irvington Aid will serve the Plum Creek Literary club banquet January 4, in the Methodist church j basement. Wflber and Wilma Etheringtor were Sunday guests at Simeon Leigh's. and Mrs Bell is with her mother in California. Mr. and Mrs. j. H. Warburton drove to Alec Boeckholt's, south- cast of Titonka, Sunday afternoon •tor a visit and report Joe Faulkner ,who lives with his daughter, is feel-' .ing much better than he did last fall. ! Mrs. Odessa Anderson aud fam- .ily have moved back from the part of Minnesota, where they lived for several months, and will •spend the winter with her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels, Mrs. Harry Moe has not been well for several weeks an'd Satur- SE LECT YOUR CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS The days are moving faster toward the year's greatest day ... Christmas! Better not delay any longer the selection of Greeting Cards for your Christmas list. Today our stock of Qibson Christmas Cards is complete with the new designs and new expressive sentiments. In order that you choose appropriate . j and individual greetings for everyone, we suggest that you come in TODAY .and make your selection. Remember it ,jays to shop early! Four Operations on a Lad at Irvington Irvington, Dec. 20-Louis, son of "'• a . nd frs. William Gronhach ^ °°. nas been at an Iowa City hos- P™. 1 several months, has been in critical condition in the last few f o on Parents were notified t J 0 , a< m ' one mor nlng last week. Since entering the hospital no has had two mastoid operations, besides one for appendicitis, and recently he had a fourth op- O. T. SOLBERG Distributor of White Rose and City Service Dear People A moving picture seen recently showed graphically the riches of the poor man who had hosts of devoted friends and the poverty of a rich man who had none. The reason was very obvious and is especially timely at this season of the year when friendship is stressed and means so much to all of us. It would be mere words indeed if back of the 'Merry Christmas and Happy New Year" was not real friendship. We of Long's Food Shop delight to express ourselves to our friends in this manner and extend sincere wishes for a happy-time for you and yours. May it last all through the o( shicere The Longs Sincerely yours, Christmas Greetings Officers and employees of this bank wish to express a sincere wish that you and yours may enjoy every moment of the Christmas season, and that Health and Happiness will he yours in the coining 1 year. Jowa State Bank """WEB FEDERAL PETOSIT INS. CORPORATION AIxQONA, IOWA I tt "Mer, President H. L. Gilmore, Cashier R- I* McMahon, Asst. Cashier ( THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS Will come to ypup bpme every day through <* CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR ltw«, H An {nbryntitntil Daily Newspaper »-•,—. wclu wog toe Wwkly Magazine Section. "^s^i^~ rr - SHEER, SHEEB STOCKINGS and pairs in gift box. •' i $2.35 & — $2,95 GIFT BOX SPECIAL! WISPY SDEEHS $2,95 Full Fashioned! Pure Stlfrf Beaytifylly $heer, clear, 3-threa^ stocfc •ng$ . . , smartest gift for all the ladies on your list! 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