Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1938 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1938
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MEN ONLY I " " " ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^* SEVENTY-SEVEN COLLEGIANS IN HOLIDAY TREKS Boys and Girls are Returning to Old Home Town. "Home, Sweet Home" and "The Old Home Town" seem to JCOtt SALB-10 Bhire b<?af8, fltatteii, 1 mile tfett, Hafttta Verte, 14pl4 B. * t. Banquet Is Held— The annual Algona Federal Saving's & Loan association had Its annual banquet for directors, officers, and staff in the association building Tues'day evening. A tUr- key dinner Vrith all trimmings was served «by the Silver Gray cafe, and "-""- - 'e exchanged. Secretary Barre was host, and oth- Norton, M. P. G. W. C. W. S - S SH .- ! IT'S A SECRET MEN—If you're wise you'll buy your Christinas gifts at the store where "she" shops—at the store where "she" knows she always gets the best quality merchandise. That store is The Chrischilles Store—famous in these parts for almost 70 years. Always a leader in merchandising quality- gift shopping is especially easy for men because of the pleasant, accommodating sales ladies here. You can talk over your problems with our sales ladies without hesitation—they will give you helpful hints as to how to make her Christmas really MERRY. Come in, men, and get your gift problem "off your chest" '. ft*g^ J Si«iftgMS^^ from Massachusetts and CalHor- l M t^ wMh. w« other relatives, and friends. Here or coming "from a distance" are Charles Cretzmeyer, of'oil Harvard •—' " ~ his gifts—a ten-gallon hat, pistol, '.-holder, i= SWSfrsWSrajSraSJt^ Hurry - Hurry Doivn To The Chrischilles Store During these last hectic days before Christmas, you'll find it delightful shopping at the Chrischilles Store. Well assorted stocks, courteous treatment, reasonable prices—all these combine to moke your gift buying easy, pleasant and painless. Shop at the Chrischilles Store this week. Store will be open evenings for your convenience and you'll get an extra thrill out of shopping where the customers' interests ore always first in the mind of the sales ladies. Help yourself help Santa- Claus by buying QUALITY gifts at The Chris- chilles Store, Algona's only exclusive quality department store. PUBLIC AUCTI OF "Lotts Creek Store" —ON— Wednesday, Jan. 4th AT 2 P. M. Pursuant to Order of Court the undersigned Executor will offer for sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the "Lotts Creek Store," including the real estate, buildings, outbuildings, stock of merchandise, fixtures, and all other personal property. The entire property, including the real estate, stock of merchandise and fixtures will be sold as a going concern and as a unit, subject to the provision that the real estate, stock of merchandise and fixtures will be first each offered separately, and will be sold in whichever manner realizes the largest amount to the estate. SALE TO BE HELD ON THE PREMISES Terms— Cash POSSESSION: As soon as settled for. Property will be sold free and clear of all liens and encumbrances and abstract of real estate furnished. Also: 1 1981 Chevrolet 1% ton truck, com* plete with cattle rack and grain box. 1 1985 Ford V-8 Pick-up truck. Nick Gengler EXECUTOR, JOHN MARKG1UF ESTATE f BJ3P FLAIG, Auctioneer N, L, COTTON, Clerk i as, Austin, Tex.; Donald Willasson, Santa Clara University, Santa Cla- ,ra, Calif.; Donald Akre, Whittler college, Whittler, Calif.; and Vernon Kohlhaas, George Washington "U," Washington, D. C. Robert Post, Northwest School of Optometry, Chicago; Ted Chrischil- les, Beloit college, Beloit, Wi's.; Harlan. and Helen Frankl, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo.; Robert McCullough, School of Mortuary Science, St. Louis; Fred Kent, Kemper Military school, of Booneville, Mo. Nineteen from Ames. Robert Sellstrom, Augusta Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn.; Vir- .ginia Morck, Minnesota "U," Minh- of Creighton University, Omaha; Wade Hansen DunVoody Institute, B u"s eaP o1vlil?HfnSan' na n?°T? aS 'old ' The Pe ° Ple Clnb Has Christmas Party— The Wa-Tan-Ye club had Its annual Christmas party Tuesday evening at Clarice Amesbury's, Jessie Smith assisting. Four tables |of bridge were in play, and Rachel Becker, was high, Elva Ewold low. Following ibridge the club sang Christmas carols, accompanied at. the piano by Flora Tiss. A ( two-course lunch was served, and I then there was a /gift exchange via Santa Claus. Guests of the club were Anna Nelson, Ella Thompson, and Edna Gilmore. Algonlan'g Birthday Celebrated— Relatives of Mrs Nels Jensen who came Sunday with well-filled baskets helped her celebrate a The afternoon, was spent and Mrs. Jensen was with a gift. Guests , — and Mrs. John Pink, son .Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott, ,a son, the Irvin Seemans, Editor and Mrs. D. J. Zer.be, Wesley, Mrs. I Marie Amesbury, her children, and (Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury, Mr. and Christmas party Monday evening at the Methodist'church. There are 14 members, and only one was absent. The girls are of eighth grade age. The evening was , spent at games and the exchange of gifts. To Observe Child's Birthday- Mrs. M. j. Streit will entertain a dozen little boys and girls at 10 a. m. Saturday in honor of her son Michael's third birthday anniversary, which is shortly after Christmas. Santa Glaus will be there to greet each little guest around a big Chrls'tm'as tree. Office Employes Entertained— Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Roberts entertained four Metropolitan Life employes at dinner last evening. Guestsi were Helen Sterling, Helen Zittritsch, Maxine L'arson, aad Josept Hayes. Mr. Roberts is also in the insurance company's employ here. Past Matrons' Party Today— The past matrons of the C. E. S. will meet at the Temple this afternoon at 2:30 for a Christmas party. Mrs. D. D. Paxson and Mrs. W. G. McCullough will be dn charge, and Mrs. M. G. Bourne will read a jChrlstmas story. Church to Have Party— •Members of the Baptist church will have a Christmas party Friday evening at 7:30 at the church. The Junior Sunday school children will present a program,.and the intermediate children will present a pa- C ^^^H^ ^^BM ^^^^^SflS. ^^^ I^BL ** « c. o K, ?w Rock roosters fbr ne*t .years stock; also dres Mrs. Louis Bode, ,ed chickens.-Igona. 17(2)14 LOST—ON ROAD BETWEEN BUft and Tltonka or Mum Creek roadt red wheel and tlie for Chevrolet, Riverside 476-19-Chrls Bolle. t>ll Party for Hospital Nurses— I. Mrs. Nita Isaacson entertained 20 nurses at 7:30 dinner at the Kossutb. hospital Monday evening. 'The only out-of-town guests were jMrs. Herbert French, Lu Verne, Louis,e Gilmore, Ha Mae Leffert, Meredith Richardson, Andrew Monlux, Roland Larson, Frank Schoby, Charles Beardsley, Kenneth Fraser, Curtis Ward, Howard and Russell Medln, Edmund Capesius, Robert Black, Wayne Moore, Ida Halpin, Frieda Paetz, Lawrence Hut- chius Jr., John Frank], and Maurice Michel. Twelve Irom Iowa City. The dozen or so Iowa City stu- To Entertain S. S. Class— Mrs. L. W. Gillespie will entertain her Presbyterian Sunday .school class tomorrow afternoon to a Christmas party at her home. The girls, all of junior high school age, are Donna Hill, Maxine Moore, Maxine Dailey, Dorothy Ellsworth, Dotty Kuohynka, Louis Wadleigh, and Patricia Pollard. Mrs. R. H. X3uderian will be a guest. Games will be played, and there will al- dents trekked in over the week- „ ~i, " .•—*—• »"- end. They are: Betty Murtagh S ° be a treasure hunt. X T Sa , bel 2jeen ber «- Hob- Itanil Club in Get-Together- iSh ° Pl Robert Monlux, Ward, » •- ii »-'M.v*a»rfA-*ii.i^ -LJ.U1 H t Richard Norton, Paul Black, and Eldon Sarchet. Mary Black and Martha Palmer, of the 'U' school of nursing, are also here. Five who attend the Hamilton, college at or will Bliley, Busy Bee club, near Burt, Its annual Christmas party Mrs. Grace Watkins, and there were 35 in attendance including three guests, who were Mrs. Edw. Smith, Mrs: Roy Rlngs- dorf. arid Jessie Sarcbet. Gifts were exchanged, and a sihort program -. was presented. Lunch was served week-1 by Mrs. Watkins and the assisting ouBineas college at Mason City, I was presented Lunch was served end- Mar E °av P r n RinL thi 4 Week 7 ^ Mrs - Watkins and the assisting Nelson AnHnTcX* Margaret hostesses, Mrs. Elmer Hansen and V£M,°^' ~? lta . Kohlhaas, Marjorle Mrs. Arthur Tietz. ? , Phillips. Charles Paxson. Four girls—Mary Elizbeth Godden, Gertrude Zender, Frances and Dorothy McEnroe—are here from Clarke college Dubuque; also three from the I. S. T. S., Cedar Falls—, Louise Smith, Esther Seefeld. Evelyn Black. From Various Schools. Mrs. Arthur Tietz. Birthday Club Has Party— The Birthday club held Us annual Christmas party Monday morning at the home of Mrs. R. P Norton. The group met at 9 a. m and had 11:30 dinner at Cook's Burban'k and Lois Miller, Buena Vista college, Storm Lake; Richard Keen, Coe college, Cedar Rap- Ids; Anhtony Llchter, Fort Dodge Junior college; Max Miller, Cornell college, Mt. Vernon; Donald Frankl, Trinity college, Sioux City, Mildred Blanchard, Mornlngslde, and Ruth Payne, School of Nursing, Sioux City; Dorothy Mawd- sle, Drake university, Des Moines, and Irving Miller, lege, Indlanola. Simpson col- There was an exchange of gifts and each member in attendance Others in various Iowa schools i ? On1 £' lbu ™ d1 ? ^^kerchief to send who are "Chrfctmasing" at home to , EmU y Spencer, Mrs. Spenare: Jane McWhorter, Waldorf S? r , & . memb ^'' ;but is spending college, Forest City; Glendora winter ajChtaago. Party for H. S. Freshmen- Charlotte Johnson and Audrey Slagle enetrtalned at 6:30 dinner an'd Chirstmas' party last evening at the former's home. Eighteen boys and girls, freshman classmates of the hostesses, attended. Charlotte is a daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. An tone Johnson, Audrey of Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Slagle. To Give Christmas Basket— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority met Tues'day evening at Margaret Brown's. A business meeting was held, and plans were concluded for a Christmas basket. Esther Pratt gave a book review on "With Malice Toward Some," and Buena Raney read an article from the Reader's Digest. Store Clerks Hare Dinner— The. Cummin'gs store force was entertained at 6:30 dinner at Cook's last week Thursday even- lug, and a Christmas party at Mrs. Melvin Jacobsen's followed. Cards were played and gifts exchanged. Mrs. Jacobsen Is clerking at the store during the Christmas rush. S. S. Class Has a Party— Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll entertained 'her Sunday school class at a It is no small job to keep track collegians. If any missed the Advance reporters will be glad to have the of so many have been information for future use. The students have all hard this year and are worked looking forward to a good time while they are home. One member of the younger set has remarked, "If the town gets a little upset next week, blame It on us!" City and County A note from the H. R. Smiths at Grande Courts, San Antonio, Texas, reports Mrs. Albert Ogren in a hospital. Her health had turned poor before the Ogrens left home, and it is understood here that she has been in the hospital for several weeks. The Smith letter said She was improving. The Wolfes are just across a driveway from th Smiths. The weather there has been extra-fine this fall. Yesterday came a brief letter from Jos. Snaben mailed in Puerto Rico, where he is spending a couple of months with his daughter Irene. "I am 2800 miles from borne," he wrote. "Temperatures here range in the 70's summer and winter. Citrus fruits grow all ovt er the island, also tobacco, coffee, and sugar cane. There are flowers the year around. We have an apartment on a beach!" C. E, Bearchs, who plans to move away, announces a farm auction for next week Thursday at one o'clock at the farm five miles north and three-fourths of a mile east of Algona. Four horses, 25 cattle, 15 Shropshire ewes, some chickens, and a line of farm mach- inary will be sold. Colwell brothers will be auctioneers, and the Security State bank will furnish a clerk. Christmas Program for Presbyterians A Presbyterian Christmas program will be presented at the church'Christmas eve (Saturday) at 7:30. The program follows: Joy to the World, congregation; scripture reading( Maxine Dailey; prayer, the Rev. C. W. Pfeiffer, pastor. Recitation, "Greeting," Alice Kresensky; recitation, Holly Message, Barbara Ludwig; song, For Me, Billy Guderian; recitation, "A Christmas Gift," Carol Finn; song, primary pupils. Pageant, The Christmas Story Hour; recitation, The Best Story of All, Mary Sue Eason; recitation, A Little Christmas King, Marilyn Beatty; recitation, All Ready, Treva Bowman;, offering; benediction. Algona Truck is Bitched. Seneca, Dec. 20—Harold Goetcb, Fenton, truck-driver for the Algo- .na Rendering Works, had a narrow escape Saturday evening two and a half miles north of Seneca, When his truck ran into the ditch. The truck was badly damaged, but .Mr. Goetch was uninjured. AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. guSOtf FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS.— P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock. . SuStf PLOOUS SANDED REFINISHED with permanent floor finish. A new Improved method guarantee* Ing satisfaction.- Cowan &, Supply Co. FOR SALE—80 .ACRES, fair Improvements, close.to Algona, $120 an acre. Good tsriiu: Possession 38tr March 1, 1939.—C. gona. FOR SALE^-PUR)EBIIBD spotted Poland China toars, vaccinated, price $18 and $25 William, 4% mllet 169 and 18. W. Nlcoulln, Al- 19U13-34 each. — Howard west of junction 23P13-14 (EXPERIENCED ±>RY GOODS and grocery man wishes employment. Married, 29 years'old. Now employed.—-Write DiWle Dennis, Tu- ilare, S. D. WINDOW GLASS both single an glass. Replace c panes. Bring in Norton & Son, — WE CARRY double strength acked or broken your sash.—F, S, phone 229. (14) iFOR SALE—160 proved Hancoc slon March 1. ,$1800. Long tim |B. Anderson, For HOME LOANS 2 FHA loans low commission. Loi 20pl4-15 A. HIGHLY IM- c county. Posse's- Down payment on balance.—O. 3st City. 21pl4 MONTHLY RE- ductlon or straight term. Title interest rates, no ns for all purposes.—Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. 26u8tf WANTED—MAN established, profitable without investnent. required. Car ne F. Baker & Co., GREEN-COLONL The product o ence. For late home heating, w ial, Engineering TO GO INTO AN business No signers iessary.—Write S. '•Ceokuk, Iowa. 25pl3-15 , FURNACES — 69 years experi- information on rite Green Colon- Dept., Des Moines. (14) 1HURS.-FRI. DEC. 82*28 Richard GREENE INancy KELLY" GEORGE BANCROFT Plus • Scoop Important 'MARCH OF TIME" Refugees Today • Tomorrow' Two months spent in Palestine, Switzerland, Poland, by cameraman. SUJV.-MON., DEC. 25 and 2« Christmas mat. 1-3-5 FOR SALE —ONE ELECTROLUX cleaner, 3 months old; one Elec- trolux cleaner, 1% years old; one Rex Air, 3 weeks old; one used Hoover, 8 years old. See or call H. D. Porter, Pratt Electric Co., Algona. FOR HOLSTEIff BULL 15 Months Old A fine individual from quality herd. Dam's recorc 2 yr.—391. SALE 3 yr.—472. C R. Six miles Ibs. b. f. Ibs. b. f. choby S. on 169. LOOK OUT, JACK BRINY JOAN BENNETT $W S' «„•$ 7/comm, * BROADH 1 mm, amid • IAN HUNTER JOHN LITEL DONALD CRISP 2- OKEAT in finest entertai ever run at the Old n meilti Second KEN MURK AY Jitterbugs Come on all you cats, all tors, rug cuttere. || It's the Baltimore Bub]^] Hang it on the cloudsjf TUES.-WED., DE(U Mat. 1 o'clock continuol FOR SALE—PLYMOUTH ROCK roosters.—Joseph Skow, Wesley. 10pH FOR SALE—JAPANESE HULLESS popcorn. Really pops. — Merle Wellendorf, 9pl2-15 FOR SALE—A SMAflLL COOK stove, used two months.—I. W. Nelson, Lone Rock. 12pl4 LOANS—PERSONAL, LIVE Stock, car loans, cars refinanced.—L. S. Bohannon, Hutchison Bldg. p!5 FOR SALE— PURE BRED POL- and China boars vaccinated. % mile E. and 3 north of Hutchin's. Roy Wiseman. 17-p-10-15 FOR FURNACE OILS AND DIS- tlllates call Albert GrooterB phone 226, or Skelly Station, 805. p rompt service. 15pl3-14 FOR SALE — TWO YEARLING Duroc Jersey boars, • 4 . miles outh, one mile west of Algona — (H, T. Sabln. . ispn Temperatures December 13 42 n December 14 32 " 15 December 15 ____ 42 16 December 16 . 37 20 December 17 : 34 11 December 18 , . 39 20 ~ • 19 ,„_..,„.„ 34 17 20 36 20 Colwell Live Stock Auction ALGOXA, JUNCTION 169 AND 18, U MILE NOftTH OF TOWN TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1938 SALE EVERY TUESDAY This sale Is attracting an lintounse crowd of people. Consign. ors are furnlshJngr u nice lot of goo* stock. All the people contact about this think this s*le is a great thing for W^ com? inunity. Buyers meet on a competitive basis, Consignors feel that ttey are safe. Government tested scales f* weigh upon, We expect a good run for Best sale, Each week we are better equipped for business. Bring in your fat cattle and shipping hogs, » s well' stock. You will find a good market for^ same. charges are made by the head, Wishing you the season's greetings, will JK> geeJoif you Tne 8 . H, M. CQLWELL, M$r, other lted*fii$tor POWDEflED SUGAR Peas, Eai 1 Pa FREE DELIVERY "~" vi '-<*» *W»?A - • 4 DAILY for Friday and Saturday, December 23 and 24 SUGAR FINE GRANULATED 10 Ibs. 43« SUGAR D Lbs. Mixed Nuts icy 19c Wa Med, size Peanut Brittle 19c Fancy Lbs, £ ftlad D ™ sin *> IGA ' <""»« vr Catsup, tg, 14.oz. bottle 2 for Old Time Mix Hard Candy 1 Lb.. IOC Peanuti No, 1 Fancy-| Lbs nuts new crop Bulk Dates Fresh Seedless Raisins ^••I^-P""——~ ' jga Marshmalloiwl Fresh soft IGA Flour [Patent bag__ _$1.37 PMNMH ****4f A COFFEE 2-Lli Pkg. 31 c Crackers 2 LB, BOX J3C BlClT,. COFFEE u> /Me Cookies Fancy and Plain 2 ,--_. 25C PINEAPPLE , . Crusfce4 or Tidbits , 25C 23c ». . n I *" CORN No. 2 can -j 4FO» bunches ,.. ncy fanc -••-.- rt!*?j&&*m

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