Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 5, 1939 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 5, 1939
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JANUARY 6, 1989 KQflftttttt Gbt?N¥Y ADVANCE tOWA PACE fa* wer ERTS6H GIRLS REHONOREES CARD PARTY ,Vesley, Jan, 2—A miscellaneous Biwer was given for Imelda and 'rle B*oerbsch, sisters, at the Ige hall 'Wednesday afternoon, er an hour of cards gifts y rapped, and lunch was Foresters Sponsor Play Two Nights at Bancroft 'Bancroft, Jan. 2— A play will be given next Sunday and Monday evenings at St. Jdhn's hall, and the proceeds will go to help pay for St. John's new school building. The play is Ylmmy Ydhnson's Yob, a comedy in three acts, and the Catholic Foresters are sponsors. m>uu The cast includes Charles Baker, were' John Ricker, Charles Quinn, Don r esday, January 3, at St. Joseph's McCoy, and Mrs^H. Foth. Ithdlic church to Charles and' __ . . !rman Helnan, brothers near Lu ** • — ' ' for Catholic Daughters— rhe Catholic Daughters had Mnrphy Son Is Married— The Tom Murphys Sr. attende'd the marriage of the son Thomasi to LaUra Hawley, Omaha, last week Monday. The couple are living at Omaha, where Thomas leal education teacher. _ and dance'party at their hall ^Sd^B 1 ^.^,^! Rosemary, Chicago, wa« rfall, Woden, won high for worn- Honor. ; bridge, and Edw. Eisenbacher , high for men. At 500 Mrs. ie Lloyd and Richard Young- were high. Merle Loebig won door prize. is a phys- His sister maid of ioslers Make Visit Here— ' ie Kenneth Cosgroves, of Hamu .id, Ind., arrived Christmas drning by train and visited that jiy and Monday with Kenneth's irents, Supervisor and Mrs. W. S. Ssgrove, and other guests at the home w,ere Mrs. Dg and Girl Is Christmas Gift- Mr, and Mrs. Rudolph Rafae are parents of a girl, born Christmas day, bheir third child but first daughter. Other Bancroft Tfews. Georgia Carmean, of Rockford 111., who spent Christmas with her parentis, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carmean, went back last week Tuesday. The Evans Carmeans, Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kierscht Tuesday with Antoinette Hart, and Antoinette spent Wednesday with Margaret at Algona. Rosella Matthias, who had spent two weeks with her paernts, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Matthias, went to Eml.er Kollasch's, Swea City, last Thursday, and thence was to return to her home in La Crosse, Wis. The W. W. Welpsi, Fort Dodge, the Arhtur Cogleys, Algona, the C. V. Skillings, Wlndom, Minn., and the Charles Bakers were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Saunders. AHa Coyne, Chicago, and Vera Coyne, Joliet, 111., arrived last week Sunday for Christmas, and Vera remained to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frnak Coyne. The Edw. Goche family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Bridget Quinn. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sanders, Storm Lake, spent Thursday at Mrs. Quinn's. The Phil Sheridans, of Ames, spent Christmas at H. J. Deiter- tng's and J. H. Sheridan's, and Mrs. Phil and her sons remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Eva Mason left last week Tuesday to visit her father at Missouri Valley and a brother at Logan, returning Friday. The Rev. S. A. Grady got home DANCE PUPILS IN 'HOLIDftNCE REVUPAT CALL Miss Stock Presents a Unique Holiday Program. Bernice Stock presented her pupils in a 'Holidance Revue* at the New Call theater Thursday evening. This was the second half of a double bill, the first being a movie of the Dickens Christmas carol. A large audience attended. There was also a matinee in the af- .ernoon. The program in full folows: Part I—«igh Hatters. hite, Plum Creek, atW Mr. Irs. Arthur Schlltz, Titonka. , Amonj? the Sick— iMrs. Vee Mullin has been abed a feek with a severe attack of the Jta Mrs. Lawrence Koppen is luoh improved from a two weeks ege of the same thing compll- |ted by A throat infection. ndy Club Hears Program— rs. George Aldrlch was hostess the Study club Thursday. Mrs. ncent Doughan, leader-, gave a k review; Mrs. Alfred Erdman, leader, a talk on home tinnderlng. , _'_j_ > orbnrgers Home from Trip— Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger, aughter Alice, and son Tommy home Wdnesday from a ten » 6 visit at St. Louis, Chicago, nd other points in Illinois. Mrs. Eva Mason, daughter Lois were Christmas dinner guests at G. W. Carmean's. The Edw., 1 ' Leo, Walter, and Arthur Goche families and Sereal De- | Friday from a -week with his par- gater were guests of Mr. Christmas dinner and Mrs. William Goche. The Herman Kahlers Jr., the Leo Goche family, and the Alvin and Glen Kahlers, of Buffalo Center, were at Herman Kahler'3 Sr. The L. J. Nelsons, of Algona, spent Thursday afternoon at Supt. G. D. Hart's. Margaret Nelson spent last week Monday and ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Grady (where?). Mrs. George Du'dding has returned from Esthervllle, where she spent two months at L. J. Mousel's. Linnea Mathson spent the weekend with Dorothy McCleish, Lone Rock. Dorothy Is a beauty operator. Mrs. Hazel Jenks, Cedar Falls and. her son Kermit, visited friends here Thursday. Floyd Mason, Des Moines/spen the week-end at her mother Mrs. Eva Mason's. SWEA CITY'S TROJANS WIN 12 STRAIGHT Cagers Hoping for a Lucky'13'in Game With Plover. Swea City, Dec. 20—An eleventh straight victory for the Trojan bas- keteers, local high school quint, was chalked up here last week Tuesday night, when Grant's five was defeated, 33-18. Payne and Anderson showed up best for the visitors, and Bil&borough .was high pointer for the home team. The FOR SALE—-MILK COWS, FRESH:!ployed.—Write Doyle Dennis, Tti- eoon and milking. — Hamilton ,lare, S. D. 2&pl4-lB Hatchery, Bancroft. ilul6 — ~ — ;• .; . - ' WANTED—MAN TO GO INTO AN established, profitable business without investment. No signers required. Car necessary.—Write S. F. Baker & Co.. Keokuk, Iowa. 25pl3-15 FOR SALE — STEEL. FURNACE, 27-ln., in good shape. Priced reasonable.— Inquire at Swan Nel- Waltzing in Rhythm— Mary Jan- Ice McWhorter, Betty Courtney, Virginia McWhorter, Emmajeane Ringgen'berg, Rosalie Swanson, Harriet Schoby, Betty Ann Sharp. FOR SALE — NEW HAMPSHIRE and Red and Buff Rock laying pullets.—C. C. Baas, West Bend. 18-17 FOR SALE— PURE BRED POL- and China boars vaccinated. Vn mile E. and 3 north of Hutchins. Roy Wiseman. 17-P-10-15 son's, Wesley. 15pl4-15 UITO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8u30tf FOR 'SAJ..E — ONE 3-YEAR-OLD Oxford buck. Also bred ewes and one rat dog.—Glen Jenkinson, 20P5. FEEDING PROBLEM SOLVED! Sargent Minral Meat Meal contains 22 Ingredients. Vitamins, prd- teins, and minerals scientifically balanced.—Anderson Grain & Coal Co. (17) ONE MINUTE WASHER—40 years experience is builded Into this quality washer. New improvements, new beauty, new conveniences In 1938 models. — L. W. Swanson. (17) THAT ftLOOft new with Pittsburgh Wal*t Self Polishing Wax. DrlM "fcWL No polishing necessary. ColBe ..., for instructions. — ft S. Nortod; ft, Son. WITH DEEPEST GRATITUDE 1 extend this word of thattka for the many kind acts- of sympathy expressed by thoughtful friend^ These kindnesses have 'meant much to me.—'Mrs. An'drew Peterson. p!6 WILL. TRADE — HALF 'SECTION unimproved land 38 miles west of Winner, 'S. D., for small modern house In northern Iowa or southern Minnesota. Land la rented till March 1, 1939.—Jo Swanson, lAv- ermore, la. g!6-17 FOR SA.LE—PUREBRED HAMP- shire fall and spring boars. A large group to choose from.—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 17(eow)3-15 PAINT THAT FURNITURE. You'll marvel at beautiful finish of Pittsburgh Waterspar Enamel. We have 24 handsome shades.—F. S. Norton & Son. (16) junior high quint won the long end of a 21-11 score from Grant's juniors. . Coach A. H. Schuler, of the local school, expected Friday that a FOR SALE—FRESH GUERNSEY heifers, 2 yearling Guernseys, and five heifer calves.-^H. C. Snyder, 3 miles south, % mile west of Titonka. 20pl6 arriei, cn;uuuj<, XJCLLJ .0.1111. *jnw.i i/. l ^g fl sunoui, expeuiuu x 1 1 iuay umi. a, Three-Steppers — Mary Janice game against Laurens would be McWhorter, Rosalie Swanson, Betty Ann Sharpe. Tips on Tappin'— Mary^ Janice McWhorter. Little Miss Swing— Shirley Elbert. Pant II — 'Divertissements. Military Taps — Dawn, Joyce, and Janice Bonacker (Titonka) ; and for Snnny Texas— "George Prema left last week Atesday morning for Texas, where fie will spend the rest of the win- Other Wesley "News. ie Ben Ingham and Geocge r ard families were Christmas sB-iests at George Schemel's. The Pdw. Telkamps, Algona, the John L, A, ANDERSON, 88,SWEATWP,, DIES DEC 28TH TWO WEDDINGS ARE YEAR'S END EVENTS Swea' City, Jan. 2—Funeral ser- Swea City, Jan. 2—<At the American Baptist parsonage at Forest City a week ^ago Saturday took place the marriage of La Vonne, »mca, ^n.j, •<"."• - -——— — daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert vices for L. A. Anderson were held Patterson, to William, son of Mr. at the immanuel Lutheran church and Mrs.^ge Moore. Swea City, here Friday, the Rev. R. U bwan-1 i brlde g rocml ' s e i s ter, Evelyn Rock- son in charge. Pall-bearers were:.^^ and a cousin, Chester Far- Garfield Erickson, John Haglund, rington. Lak'oTa7were at'the Harry- Lewla Eckholm, Conrad Linde, and The bride attended the Swea City Telkamp is a; A , tVinw and David Anderson. Bur- made in the Lutheran cem- iister "of Mrs. Mathas, and Mr. urst' is their brother. Doctor and groom was graduated. The couple are living with the bridegroom's einpeter's were the Vincent , ana . T . , , .. , fl , N Yoi'k In."V—' — ',", C,"™ -------,y KWters.andJhe Do, Me,> ^ft*^^ anTthr^. chil-|^ I™*™™ ScI^nS fleneys, Britt Mrs. Tillie ueys, -jjnifc. i^iD. *»•?«..—-—° i ,'dren came to swea township,' td her chlldren were with Oppe-1 wher6 he hftd eyer s , nce reslded . j ,1 Bros. Mrs. Loebig and the chil- Mr Anderson . B seoon d marriage en drove to Dougherty Thursday was to Mrs AjlderB01Ji mot her of 1 i see Mrs, Loebig B brother Wli- Ogcar &nd Eddle A Anderson, of im Jacobs, who has been sick. gwea clty an , d after her death he Christmas quests at Henry Hav- was marrled t o Mrs. Blomster, prly's were the Edw. Clnks Woden. mother of Nellle> wi ui a m, and Ignatius Eisenbacher a were Dayld Blomgter> Q^^ Clty> Joeli ,ther Linus \ Eisenbacher, Fort) Armstrong V iola, and Esther. His dge; the Roman Elsenbachers,, ]agt j^j-rjage was to Mrs , Amelia Kline, of Pennsylvania, in 1922, and she died in 1931. , Minn. blttemore; the Norbert Hllberts, «jde; Thecla Eisenbacher, Maaon City; and the Jos. Studers, Wesley. two last 'Stockman, and church, Elbow son of the late and Mrs. Rache his grandparents Seein' Double—Joyce and Janice. Poor Papa—June Ann and Virginia Scanlan. Frills and Taps—Rosalie Swanson. Fast Tempo—Joe Trayer.* Doin' the Yam—Marlene Gillespie, Jerry Goo'd. Red Rhythm—June Ann Scan- Ian, Arlene Margreaves, Rosalie Swanson. Tap n' Turn—Jimmy Galloway. Tap Sextette— Betty Courtney, Vaughn Bainter.* Emmajeane Ringgenberg, Joe Trayer.* Rosalie Swanson, Wendell Bainter.* Part Ill—Belated Christmas Greetings. A White Christmas—Ann Stillman. A Dash of Atmosphere— Marcie Setchell, lola Schoby, Joyce Aman, Dorothy Nichols. Christmas Capers—Violet Faith.; ber. Santa's Holiday— "Her" Reindeer—Marjorie Dewel, Sue Hutchins, Nancy Hutchison. A Happy New Year—Junior Igou. *Pupils from Jimmy Flemming's studio, Mason City. the toughest for the Swea Cityans so far. Laurens also had an undefeated record. A game' with Mallard scheduled for last week Mondy night was cancelled when a blizzard set in that afternoon. Plover, Rolfe, and Algona are some of the formidable competitors the team here has yet to meet. Swea City, Jan. 2—The Trojam record of straight wins was round ed out to an even dozen F rida ? night, when the locals defeated a strong Laurens quint, 35-19, here. Bilsborough and Griffith were responsible for 26 points for the Trojans. Added interest in this game was created by the fact that the Laurens five is coached by Harold Pohlman, former Swea City Bancroft teacher. The Swea City seconds defeated! the Ledvard reserves, 16-11, the same night. •'• This week Tuesday night, at Plover, the Swea City boys will do battle for what promises to be a hard-won victory for either side M Swea City fans are hoping that 131 will prove to be their lucky num.-' STORM SA1SH—'PHONE 229. We'll call and measure your door and windoAv openings and give you estimates. Don't wait till freezing weather.—F. S. Norton & Son. HOME LOANS — MONTHLY RE- duction or straight term. Title 2 FHA loans low interest rates, no commiesion. Loans for all purposes.—Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. 26u8tf FLOORS SANDED, REFINISHED with permanent floor finish. A new improved method guarantee- Ing satisfaction.—Cowan Building & Supply Co. 38tf •EXPERIENCED DRY GOODS and grocery man wishes employment. Married, 29 years old. Now em- Corwith, Jan. 2—To date the Corwith high school boys' basketball team has won seven consecutive victories, five in the Boone Valley conference. The five wins give Corwith undisputed conference leadership. Corwith has collected a total of 236 points to only 117 for the combined opposition. This is an average of 34 points a game for the locals to 17, or just half as many for all opponents. In field goals, Corwith -has averaged 12 a game, or one every five minutes, while the 1 opposition has garnered only, six. The local guards have permitted Fred Shaffer Gets Federal Court Job Tuesday's Mason City Globe- Gazette announced appointment of Fred B. Shaffer as U. S. commissioner for the Northern District of Iowa by Federal Judge Geo. Scott, Sioux City. Mr. Shaffer's predeces- „ „ _. sor was elected Cerro Gordo coun- j opposing forwards to score only 20 ty' attorney last fall. Mr. Shaffer j field goals. Jackson Day Benefit Bridge Party at Democratic Headquarters (Old postoffice bldg.) SATURDAY, JANUARY 7 at 2 P. M. Sponsored by Kossuth. Co. Democratic women. Admission, 25c Everyone is cordially invited Prizes and refreshments. , Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Stockman were early settlers at Elmore and in Grant township. The bride's home has been at Elbow Lake. RalpQ, a graduate of the local high school, is employed toy the Kanine Kater- ers, a firm at the Twin Cities which specializes in prepared dog /foods. His, mother left Saturday M Anderson, who had been in f ": Elbow Lake to attend the wed- Poor health for some time, died at!^ Elb ™ I - to to attend the wed '. children^ went to, Thompson last Kossutll hospital Wednesday,! rednesday to visit Mrs. Shermans d gg g , Two chlldren sur , ster Mrs. James Gibson. Dr. and vlve charles A. Anderson and trs. R. K. Richardson visited^ the Mrg Alma Bowers> both of Seat tie, Wash. Another daughter, Mrs. Clara Casperson, died in 192?. Also surviving are step-children and one brother, Sam Osterblom, of Turin. • The next home game will be played here this week Friday against the strong Lu Verne team. once held the county attorney's office. • AS commissioner it will be 'his duty to facilitate court proceedings by holding preliminary hearings and otherwise speeding up matters to be brought up in court. Mr. Shaffer's wife is only daughter of Mrs. J. O. Paxson here and the sister of D. D. Paxson, County Mutual secretary. He once served for . __ ,— a year or so as First National | FOR RENT—BUILDINGS AND 25 bank receiver here. « Garage Mechanic Laid Up. Fenton, Jan. 2— Gerhard Hantelman, mechanic for Goetsch Motor Co., is having an attack of erysipelas, and William Blank, of acres.—Call Advance. FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS.— P. M. Chrtetenson, Lone Rock. 8u8tf FOR SALE—JAPANESE HULLESS Fairmont, is taking his place tern-! popcorn. Really pops. — Merle porarlly at the garage. L •^-^^erTS^Tff] For Ami Wodbn Purpost Let MM help you (inonoe I Deeds, poy doctor, dentol ond boc- pitolbilli MM. clothing, auto, fumkhing* . . . meet any imme- dial* demand lor raady money with a budget loan, repayable to wit your Income orer a§ long OB 20 month* Penonal local eervice. AiklordetaO*. P. J. KOHLHAAS Loans :: Insurance Algona Telephone 22 'Have'the new shoes you've wanted! Gorgeous styles for all needs'. All popular materials and colors! "" " >''». •$. ormer's parents at Blooming Pral- e, Minn., from Saturday till Tues- xy. ri\he Albert Dirksens, Albert Lea, yere Christmas week-end guests of Are. Dirksen's parents, Mr. and s -Jrs. B. J. Meuhe, and they brought Iback Ruth Meuhe, who had spent |two weeks with the Dirksens. Harold Brooke, Springfield, 111., arrived Friday night for a visit at e Charles Krause home till Tues- iy, when he and Dorothy Kraus* ent to Oelwein for a few days of .siting. iThe Bernard Arndorfers and Mr. ...jnd Mrs. Clarence Seimer were Ichristmas dinner guests at August tSeimer'fl. The Lester Larsons were Iwith Lester's mother at Goldfield. 1 Mr.s Anthony Johnson, with her fchildren, William, Lillian, and Joe, Mrs. George Goetz, spent Fri- pay at Mason City. The Louis rGouges were there the same day. Mrs. Oliver Young will be host- B ess to the Methodist Aid at her pome this weejfcfWednesda,y. This ;wiU be a general'meeting. A pol- lack lunch will be served. The Everett Harris; family, Es, ,beryille,- formerly Algona, were | Christmas dinner guests of Mr. fand Mrs. August Engstrom, par- lents'pf Mrs. Harris, • Agnes LJckteig left Thursday for t aer home at Burlington, after a \tew days with her brothers John "' nd Louis. She is a nurse at Mery hospital there. ... Father Linus Eisenbacher, Mrs I'lEJJsenbachfir, Ruth Mary, and Ed- |,Tfard Wet Thursday for a few days ,with friends at Mankato, and But- BIG BOOST IN AUTO SALES IN DECEMBER Well, after all the lugubrious talk last fall about slow auto sales, December up and humped it at 99mph or something, with the result that County Treasurer Duffy's ooks reveal 98 December sales, 8 of which were sold in the last en days of the month. Fords were sold to Elmer Junk- rmeier, Lakota; L. W^ Swanson, BVhittemore; Arthur G. Illg, Eva E. choby, Bode; W. S. Shackelford, ft. B. Waller, C, M, Sullivan, Ledard. Ohevrolets were bought by J. P. Steier, Whittemore; Nancy I. Morall, John Zeller, Bode; and Herman Bonnstetter and C. C. Baas, est Bend. Alfred Busch, Ledyard picked a Buick for his, as did also H. J. Bowman, Swea City, International trucks were bought by the Alona creamery and the local In- ernational branch. E. R. Mawdsley, Irvington, has bought a Chrysler; Loyd Gross, . The Jos. Drummers, Marshall 'i towi}, spent the Christmas week end, with 'Hf re. Drummer's parents ',Mr, and Mrs.-Jtofon Weig. Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Erickson, soi orresit, and daughter iEvelyn lef i Friday for thetr home ta EJmhurst t Til., ofter a week her$, Christmas day dinner- guests ,a Mrs. Kat^ Kennedy's were the Al Ljised Erdmafle and th§ Frank Con ; leys, Liverwpr^ Slather Skow entertained pgrefft^ojiai yo,uag peQple' ,a,t >ft?r Thorns Tb.ur*da . Miis. Leo Waldachjni4t spent last fflflls wlta her nj90er, Mra. Mar yfaret 3 -* ' Algona, .a Hudson; Erickson, Armstrong, and Charles L. Lehman, Mercurys; R. L. Krantz and C. W, Mechler, Titonka and Marie Kunz, Wesley, Plymouth*. "THE ABSENT MINDED BRIDEGROOM," 8-ACT P1AY Presaged by Academy AtynmJ Associutiou ' t y« type m ve diikM to b*tbu ynr •• • Wwww Mm trU^ •a !•* J L.IJ 1_ A l»^ L.. ...!J^ f^u L^lft* .Ll«l.» A.uLl^. V ^*.A WOOL DRESSES Price The smartest styles in wool dresses, all new colors and popular weaves, *i/es 12 to 20 SILK DRESSES 6.95 Dresses for all occasions in fine silk crepes, velvets, etc. Every dress regular from $8 to $12.95. Sizes 12 to 46, including half sizes Ladies* DRESSES 1. A clean-up group of higher priced dresses, mostly plain crepes and wool jerseys. Sizes 11 to 17 and 14 to 44. 5 Ladies'Coats at $5 7 Ladies Coats at $7 12 Ladies'Coats at $12 13 Ladies'Coats at $19 6 Ladies'Coats at $29 Pure Silk Hose, pair , ;44c Rhythm Step Shoes $5.50 Cartwright Dresses $J2 Odd lot of Shoes Satin and Crepe Slips 'w ^

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