Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1938 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1938
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City and County ] Mf, find Jfw. Clinton L'lghter 1f«re Sunday diner guesta of their daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Peterson, Humboldt. Business was so rus'hlng at the |>ostofflce Tuesday that one of the (stamp windows not ordinarily used ihad to he opened. Tlio Donald T. Nugcnts will go to Manchester Saturday to spend the •week-end with Mrs. Nugent's mother, Mrs. Cora Docld. Ln Vonno, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg, has been sick since last week with tonsllltis. Mr. jHagg is a painter with the Nielsen .crew. Mildred Rich, of the W. C. Dewel home, goes to Cooper, south of Jefferson, tomorrow for Christmas and Monday and Tuesday with her mother. The Henry Johnnnseti contract- prs have been doing some remodeling on the Irvington elevator. Tliey ihave also been remodeling the Ho- jbarton elevator. Mrs. W. AV. Finnic, Nevada, came Tuesday to spend the holidays With her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Walker. Mr. Walker is In Metropolitan Life employ here. Mrs. Stella Sail in fell In her base- iment Tuesday afternoon and in- tjured her left knee. The leg was inot broken, but she will not be able ito walk for a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Brandt iwent to Garrison Monday, and will (remain, there till after Christmas, ivlsiting their respective parents. Mr- Brandt is a Decker salesman. The Kev. V. C. Vol/kc has been isick since last week Thursday. He Jiad the "flu" a couple of weeks ago, and it is thought that weakness from the attack now afflicts Jilm, Virginia Korck came home Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morek. She is a sophomore at the University of Minnesota. Tera Sleil, teacher at Sioux City, and her sister Veda, employed at Chicago, are expected tomorrov/ for Christmas at their father Joseph Steil's and sister Mrs. Louis j Reding's. ! Mrs. F. M. Sterling, with her | daughter Joyce, Mrs. John Dreesman, and Mrs. Homer Anderson, 1 With the latter's daughter Maryi Joan, are spending today at Fort Podge. The Edward Ostruins, of Lyle, jMin., will come tomorrow for a ivlslt till Tuesday with Mr. Os- itrum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Ostruni. Edward is with the Bots- iford Lumber Co. there. Mr. and Mrs. Tom C. Sherman left Tuesday from Ames for Hollywood, Calif., where they will spend most of the winter with the son (Richard, who is now a well-known scenario and short-story writer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch, AVeb- ater City, with their children, ,George and Madge, were Sunday .guests of the A. A. Sterlings. Mrs. [Welch is a sister of Mrs. Sterling, and Mr. Welch has a grocery store. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ethering- ,ton, with their sou Billy, left last (evening (Wednesday) for Flint, Mi.ch., to visit Mrs. Etherington's (parents a week or ten days. Maurice is a mechanic at the Dau garage. Opal Cronan, who teaches in an JUlmhurst, 111., school, will be home tomorrow (Friday) for ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.j (Bert Cronan. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cronan, Toledo, will also be here for Christmas. Mrs. Sylvia Gimn left Sunday for Columbus, 0., where she is spending the holidays with her daughter Betty, who attends the state university there. Mrs. Gunn will also visit relatives at Cleveland and points in Illinois. i Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Douglas, with their small son, were business callers at Des Moines Sunday. They also visited Mrs. Douglas's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Tyler. Mr. Douglas is manager of the local Cummings store. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer drove to Boone today (Thursday) to meet their son Charles, who will epend two weeks here. Charles is a senior in the Harvard university, Boston, and majoring in medicine and chemistry. The Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Strong recently entertained the Rev. and Mrs. Shrebe, returned missionaries from China. The Shrebes and Strongs attended school together at Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Strong is now pastor of the Nazarene church here. John Deliu will go to Minneapolis New Year's day to enter the iDunwoody Institute for the winter term. He is learning to do sheet,metal work, which is only open to students during the winter. John is ithe son of Mrs. Eva Deim, seamstress for the Modern Dry Clean-; ers. Malt Kapp and Gregory Marckus are leaving tomorrow for 'Breese, 111., to be at the bedside of Mr. Kapp's father, who is critically sick. They expect to conie back in two weeks. Mr. Marckus whose home is at Breese, will come back with Mr. Kapp. , Thomas Ilruns, Harold Bauwart, I and Orville Hanegan, students at '• ,the Mitchell, S. D., college, came borne Friday to spend the holidays rwith their parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Henry Bruns, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. j ,Banwart, and Mrs. Hanegan re-j spectively. Craig Vinson, who attends the game college, was expected early in the week. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr, with their children, were at Goldfield (Sunday, visiting Mrs. Amfahr's /brother, E. A. Clue. Mr. Clue is a /buttermaker, and Mr. Amfahr is a ^Fuller brush salesman here. Mr. and Mrs. Amfahr will go to Mason /City Monday to attend a 6 p. in. dinner at the Cerro Gordo hotel for /Waterloo branch Fuller salesmen. -There will be a Christmas party m the evening. Evelyn Smith, music teacher at itbe Carson high school, will get here this evening (Thursday) to ispend a week with her mother, jMrs. J. Clyde Smith. Mrs. Smith's other daughter, Louise, freshman at (the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, got Jiome last evening (Wednesday) for a vacation of two weeks. She came by bus and was accompanied J>y Evelyn Black, anotior I. S. T. C. student who is spending vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs- Paul Black, fanners southeast of Algona. May the joy of the Yuletide find «/» its way into youv heart on this happy day. Misbach's Clothing Co. f^&*®i^*®f^^ II 19 88, ' '/ KOflSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. Season's greet- •jings to wish our ^friends and patrons a most Merry Christinas Kohlhaas & Spilles •*t** ) 8<W!S!iM^ Jj^fc Friends and customers we thank you and wish /t you a very lig hearted Yule. ^^^^jl^ BCST WI£«C« Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Our management and entire personnel extend to you the season's best greetings. Johnson's Lunch and Service Station \ Holiday greetings to you from us — and may your Christmas be a most cheerful one! Marie Clement's Beauty Salon A bright liolldny season be yours! That's our wish to our friends and patrons for Christinas. Harris Bros. Station May your Christmas bo filled to overflowing with the best of cv- erything worth- Rising Mill & Elevator a^SirSSi^^ g "KSrWSWSW^tW^^ hope every of you en- Jjoys the happi- ~ ness of this Christmas season. " Chrome" Cafe Anderson's Cafe May this Christmas bring you the best of gifts. and the best of good health. Pratt Electric Co. <eft«pir»^<ra^^^^«iM*a We're extending our wishes for a thoroughly e n - Joyable Christmas holiday. Joel M. Herbst Real Estate - Insurance - Loans All the go o A wishes In the world expresi our Christum greeting to yo and yours. Anderson's Grain & Coal Your confidence has made us as happy as we know Christmas will make you. We extend the heartiest greetings of the seas* on to every one of you! To one and all— we are extending * the season's greetings and j hearty wishes. "* Laing & Muckey Accept a hearty wish from us for your 1988 Christmas —may it be you merriest yet! McWhorter Stock Yards ^aJ&aJfttoJS!^^ Greeting s— and all good wishes on the oc- curence of this Christmas The best of cheer to our friends and patrons for. this — anothe Yuletide. season's BEST Good luck, good fun, and good health, our wish for your Christmas. . CHIERIO Graham's ***^ftH!»iSi*«ai^ Best wishes for a glad Yuletide to all our friends and customers. Wray - Service >fti»M«BHtta»Bl»ft)f| Milady's Beauty Shoppe Isabella Kalu Bernicc Winkel We drink a toast to a jolly Yule season of good things for you and your family. Sportsman's Tavern G. A. Wittkopf, Prop. ^«^ Brown's Studio Greetings for the Holidays. Our thoughts are with you on this Christmas as always. Algona Produce Co. tSia ftje y js^Hn Modern Dry Cleaners j -^i& We hope you and loved ones your full of Yuletide cheer J. J. Dooley County Recorder May this Christmas bring you what you want and all things good for your family. Zender' Here is our sincere wish for the Christmas season: May all that is worthwhile be yours! L. A. Winkel Sincerest wish es for a very merry Christmas, and thank you for your patronage! Hoping that of all the Christ* mases you've ever had—this will be the very best Brownell Shoe Co. j Irene's Beauty Shoppe | Kresensky's SEsasga^^ Christinas greetings! May it be a day full of joy for you and your Bud's Barber Shop «^«»&»iS^^ May all your hopes come true for this year's Christmas Anderson's Jack Sprat Store Christmas cheer is what we convey to you, in this friendly greeting . . from us. This is our simple way of wishing you and your loved ones a happy Christmas Birum-Olson Co. Your Buick Dealer. Good cheer, good health, and good spirits, is our Christmas wish for you all. J. L. Bonar May Christmas bring you the greatest of all gifts: Happiness, health, and prosperity! We extend good wishes for a hoi- iday full of joy and good cheer to everybody. __ Algona Coffee Shop Fred f V. Jacobs hat Uo it' for Here's a very nsual wish for a Christinas of nnnsual happiness! With sincerity and gratitude we express ouif best Yule wishes. Morrison's Beauty Shop mi yon ai fric *< May the season's joys be yours. What more can we wish? Lensing's Grocery - ! f Have all the joys you most desire during this season of Yuletide delight! May Providence heap its Christmas bounties on your threshhold. Philip J. Kohlhaas State Representative Dermand's Cafe Bountiful good cheer to all our friends for the Yuletide this year. I Shumway & Kelly The best of everything and a ioyous Christmas is our wish for you! F. S. Norton & Son 4 j: i You have made tills a happy Christmas for us. May we wish the same-for you! Sorensen's Grocery **•'•*** Hm^¥tf<^ hyt.fr ML-!.* «*-•*—>*• New joy for a new Christmas is our truly sincere wish for all of you. Godden Monument Works M »wood Ithe Here's wishing you the old, old wish ... Merry Christmas. MRRV wish you a merry Christmas with heartfelt, 3 appreciation o fQ your patronage :Oeo&CTi% Cowan Building & Supply Co. Marigold Shops E. C. McMahon ^. j . .tie greeting, but it carries a big wish for your holiday h a ppl- ness. Wallburg's Cafe Junction 169 and 18 May the holiday seas o n contain all the blessings you so justly d'e- tre. M: J.Duffy County Treasurer We ask you to accept our fondest wishes for a happy, old-fashioned Christmas. Holiday cheer •— for you, all our friends and patrons is what we wish for most this year. Algona Greenhouses f Dreesman Beauty Shop m»«iSrt«^ May joliety reign supreme for your Yuletide season. Richardson's Join us }n anticipating a most merry Christmas season. Gamble Store We hope this Yuletide will bring you the greatest joy and prosperity you've ever hud. Council Oak Elk Cleaners Phone 330 s ; ij ; |S • i ij !' : : :l I ' ; May your cup of * h a p p i n ess be filled this Christmas Bay. Dr. W. D. Andrews General Hospital * to on May you enjoy your holiday as much as we en- your your pa tronage. Myer's Service U. S. Tires Happiness,, the best of health, and prosperity to all of you at this Yuletide, , Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory May Christmas morning be we dawning of new lay lor you, Sincerest wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy jfow Year, We wish to th»nk all for their past patronage, Hood'i IQA IOWA Botsford Lumber Co, % hope tMi Is WOT hest st. [you Ithe Hutchison & Hutchison In appreciation \ "I your good will • __••_ . _ -l' •V*' * ^ ^"T 1 O ^ ' T ' ~ w9r^ ' ' we wish yon ft ...A Merry Christ* V Merry mas! Smoke Shop MjrtRlf'tp rffl^ parry's. Recreation Parlor Yule L. E. Hovey Implement Co. Allow us to express our wish that you enjoy the Yuletide season. May this Christ- has bring all our friends unlimited happiness. \l ij £ ! F : * ; f' Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. Quarton & Miller Merry may the way be for you and those who CiREjETiMG* are dear to you. Mayor C. F. Specht WfcawsswSkb Cordial greetings of the Holiday season to our old friends and thesis new. K^*fcN 2 Warm and cheerful greetings for Yuletide to our Mends and pa- • trons. „ ("nice again the Christmas bells ring out happiness. your | Stewart's Super Service I Kossuth Hospital I May friendliness and good cheer he the order of the day. Christmas would hardly be complete without expressing our best \ wishes for your Joy. .Hartshorn's Barber ShopJ r«rcWSWf!itt«i^^ fc"5W^!ittq^wse&«^ 1 In the joy of al our friends w shall find our" greatest Christinas cheer. Dr. L. C. Nugent H e r e's hoping that Santa Claus will bring you good health and joys. Algona Bottling Works Edward Capesius May this Christmas bring yon happines and good health. Cottage Beauty Shop 119 So. Minnesota the warm glow of good will brighten your Christmas day. Dr. H. M. Olson message of peace and good will shower its benefits on 11 our friends. Paxson & Paxson a******^***^^ May the friendly gleam of Yule- ^ tide celebrations f _ ' symbolize our *,'"" wish for your happiness. Holtzbauer's Tin Shop »'^^ It is our hope that your Christmas will be run- iing over with good things in life. May happiness in abundance'bo yours for the Christmas season. BUY Mllf HE? Raesly Lbr. Co. Mel B. Griffin, Mgr. We hope for you : a world of good sheer on this glorious Christinas day. It's an old, old thought, but ever new — a Merry Christinas to all of you! Dr. H. L. McCorkle May the blessings of holiday cheer rest upon each and every one. Ben Franklin Store Wilson's New State's Cafe wsirtiisjrtisM"^^ "I H. D. Hutchins Wishing you the season's fullest joy at this Yuletide. Bjustrom's Furniture and Appliances BIS¥ IVtfHfS Have all the happiness you can for the year's greatest holiday now at hand. Here's a little wish for good cheer at Christmas time. Old Style Lager Kennedy & Parsons Miller Lumber Co. We hope the tinkle of Santa's bells will bring you good cheer this year. May the Yule log ?low our heart"felt wishes for your Christmas <Eg«0|liappiness. Greenberg's Auto Supplies '^f«!!ii<>^W^^iit9^M<i^ ->*Even if you believe in Santa, we hope you have a joyous season of good things. C. U. Pollard Supt. Light & Water Dept. You'll have a dandy Christmas if our hearty wish for you icomes true. Shiltz & Van Hoven Barber Shop Just to let yon know that we are thinking of you at this joyful season. , Cook's Place for Home Fried Chicken We wish to add one more greeting to the many others you receive this Christmas. Christensen's In appreciation of your good will we wish t,o extend to all a very Merry Chrlstnuas and a Hapy Prosperous Ne\v Year, Colwell Sales Pavilion Junction 18 and 169 Clopton the Tailor May the season of good will her aid abounding happiness for you. and yours. Johnson's DX Arnold Johnson' Halpli Stray**] m, ••• .*?:$$ PAQBFIVB Wilson's Bakery Old . fashioned sincerity makes this new-fashioned greeting, Moe & Sjogren Here's a toast to new bappi ness»tC J - • * *'"" i "i t <£ V . * t > / V4-,,' •' Jj ~=d $lte.:.x&.' 41 1&S I City and County f Mary Elizabeth Foster, who teaches music, at Prlmghar. will spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, A. i oster. Waterman, Rock Island, come Saturday for the i o , V th her sister, Mrs. A. J. ! SKunS 18 teaCUeS ln ™ Wndo Hanson, who attends Dun- oody Institute at Minneapolis. hM^" ~ , e Saturtj ay to spend the .holidays with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Edw. Hansen. Ylgnrs, who attends T youngest daughter of nnr T, Tre ^ sur «- and Mrs. M. J. Duffy h as b s . ck .with bronchitis. She is in the sec- A suests of the An dersons. Mrs. Anderson is ghte1 ' °' f the -. • ••*"• "• Jf. Ball, ufli I S , y 'T. W ^ re guests Fr l d ay of the I f Rn ±L E ^-_ *•• Ball is .ffi and of I'wV^ E 5'' th> an ' d Mr " ana'Mrs.'Em'u ||BicTiards, Lone Rock,-were Tues- 1 S 1 /. S ^\°* th ° men>s Bother, • .. D. Richards. Both men are Mrs. Leo Spilles, daughter Arlene, will spend t wi™,f With the Oscar Poirots at Whittemore. Mrs, Poirot is a sister of Mr. Spilles, and her hus- uana has a garage. Little Judy Kay, daughter of Harold Bockes, has been sick with bronchitis and was not able to attend school last week and so, far this week. She-is in the first grade ' at St. Cecelia's academy Mrs. A. E. Michel, with her sons Roger and Maurice, will spend the week-end at Des Moines with Mr. Michel and with friends. Roger is a senior in the local high school: Maurice, student at Ames college Arthur Thiel, Atchison, Kans., .with his wife and two children re- .cently moved into the Dr. H. M. Olson house on south Minnesota street. Mr. Thiel is a salesman for the Adams road machinery company. Mr. and airs. E. R. DeLano, with their children, were at Rockwell City Sunday, visiting Mr. DeLano's Bister, Mrs. Ernest Johnson. Mr. /Johnson is a fanner. The DeLanos expect to spend Christmas at Rockwell Gity. Doris Keynolds, Chicago; with Mr. an d Mrs. Arden Reynolds and w. L. and James Reynolds, all of 'Swea City, will he Christmas guests ' of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap. Doris is a sister and the men are brothers of Mrs. Schaap. Elmer Martens, St. Peter, Minn., and Stanley Nordstrom, Le Seuer iMinn., with the Rev. and Mrs. M. A, Sjostrand and the Sjostrand son iRonald, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Alma Nelson. Elmer and (Stanley sang in the Messiah, presented Sunday afternoon. Kathleen, daughter of Dr. and /Mrs. R. A. Evans, came home Friday from Iowa City, where she had -been three weeks for eye treatment. She also visited at Wyman with her brother Wallace. Wallace, with his family, brought her here x and remained till Sunday. Wallace is farming. The L. W. Gillesples are to be guests at a family dinner at the home of Mrs. Gillespie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, Hurt, on Sunday, Christmas day, and Mr. and ,Mrs. Philip Puffer, Cor"with, with their son Jerry, will be Christmas eve guests of the Gllles- pies. The women are sisters. Charles Beardsley, freshman at Ames college, and Walter Beards- Jey, sophomore at the University of Texas, Austin, Tex., got here Saturday an'd Sunday respectively to spend the holiday season with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beards- ' .ley. Both are taking liberal arts courses at present, but Walter expects to study law later. Mr. and BIrs. John Simon Sr., farmers southwest of Algona, left on a fast flyer from Mason City Wednesday to spend tie holidays with their daughter, Mrs. C. W Winandy, Chicago. The Winandys iave four children, one boy and ,,';hree girls. Mrs. Winandy is tho j (former Marguerite Simon. Her ihusband is an accountant for a railroad company. "Bob" Selzar, son of Mr, and Mrs, Matt J. Selzar, and Jack jStreit, grandson of Anton Streit, i left Sunday for a month or six • weeks in California, where they will visit an aunt and sister of Jack near Los Angeles. The boys ;are driving a new Bulok for Mrs. C. |J. Norris, who lives In California' -but had been visiting her parents, (Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H. Zanke, Burt, The boys will come back via trata! trances and Dorothy McEnroe, students at Clarke college, Dubuque, came yesterday for two weeks at home . , , Irving Miller, senior at Simpson college, Indiaa- ola, and Max Miller, junior at Cornell college, got home Sunday and 'Monday respectively for the Chxtst- |mas vacation with their parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Max |0Uw. Irvjn? is majoring In. business admiajs; tratlon, and Ma* Jsj preparing for . Juaalta J, Claitj student at Sioux Falls college, came" Tuesday to spend the holidays >rtta, hey wi

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