Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 5, 1939 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR KOS8WM IOWA ->• •. /•< S, S. INSTITUTE DATED FOR BURT JANUARY 11TH Program for All Day at the Methodist Church. flulda Fritzemeler, Lu Verne, secretary, announces a county council of Christian education institute at the Burt Methodist church next week Wednesday. The general theme will bo The Christian Challenge to the Modern World. The program follows: FORENOON. 9:15—Registration. 0:30 — Devotions, Christ, the Challenger, the Rev. Thoburn Speicher, Burt. 9:50—-Greetings, Council President, John Brink, Lu Verne. 10:00— Address, The Sunday School's Share In this Challenge, Dr. F. Earl Burgess, Algona. 10:30—--Discussion Grouixs (45- minute periods)— Answering the Challenge: a. by developing leaders for children, Mrs. Weisbrod, Fenton. b. by developing young people, I Kanawha. c. by developing leaders Kiivanis Committees Named by Long for the New Vear Standing committees for the uc« year for the Algona Klwanls club were announced last week by President A. L. Long as follows: Attendance—W, A, Barry, C. ti. Taylor, A. H. Borchardt. Agriculture — H. D, Huitchlns, Roy Bjustrom, Charles Lehman. Business Standards — D, C, Hutchison, E. W. Lusby, W. G. Mc- C. H. Taylor, Cullough. Classification . . Fred Behlmer, H. M. Smith. Finance— -D. D. Paxson, H. B. Rist, R. J. Harrington. Interclub Relations— Charles LaBarre, Karl Hoffman, Elwin J. Huenhold. House— C. H. Cretzmeyer, Joe Lowe, George Miller. •,; Good Will and Grievances— sP. J. Kohlhaas, W. A. Vigars, Clarence Schaap, T. H. Chrischllles. Program— Frank Zender, H.: T. Barker, J. L. Bonar, M. G. Bourne, Chet Williams. Publicity and Bulletin — T. H. Chrischilles, D. B. Dewel, C. C. Shierk. Reception — D. E. Dewel, Joe Greenberg, W. F. Steele. Underprivileged Children — R. M. Wallace, H. L. Findlay, R. L. Maxwell. Public Affairs— 0. B. Lalng, M. G. Bourne, W. D. Andrews. Kiwanls Education— JH. W. Miller, Casey Loss, W. G. McCullough. Boys and Girls Work— A. E. Kresensky, H. L. Findlay, E, S. Kln- Morrall. Membership Milton Norton, sey. Vocational Guidance— H. M. Ol- . . son, Joe Bloom, Milton Norton. Laws and Regulations — Joe Burt Legion Dance Draws Large Crowd The new Burt Knoll post, Legion hall drew a capa'clty crowd from far and near for a New Year's eve dance Saturdy night, and the post netted some $35. The post plans to continue Saturday night dances as long as" receipts take care of expenses. Horns, balloons, hate, and bushels of confetti added to the merriment In the New Year's eve entertainment. Modern Scoreboard for Lakota School Lakota, Jan. 2 — A proposed Scoreboard for -the high school gymnasium has beceome a reality City and County Lowe, J. L. Bonar, D. C. Hutchi- lenders for B. Holllster, for adults, Mrs. .1. H. Warburton, Lakota. d. by developing lenders for TWO GARS COLLIDE AT ALGONA CORNER Two cars, a new 1938 Chrysler driven by Dorothy Mawdsley, and a 192!) Chevrolet driven by Harry Hull Jr., collided at 8:30'last week Thursday evening at the McGregor-Wooster street corner. Both cars were badly dented, but only two of the occupants were injured. Owen Mathes, Davenport, : . --- --• | who wns in the Hull car, suffered ."^Tn 1 ™I™™ °L^. 5 hB «? " knoe injury and was at a looS hospital three days. Vinceirt Isaacson, in the.same car, suffered cuts and bruises. The other three bo.vs in the Hull car were Harry Hull, the driver, Charles Beardsley, and William Barry Jr. In the Mawdsley car with Miss Mawd- PRESIDENT The Lewis Capeners, Terrll, were guests Friday of Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Olson. *Mrs. Capener. and school nrogram, Frank L. Ryerson, Burt. 11:1 5 — Re-assembly. 11:20— Solo, My Task, Joseph Skow, Wesley. 11:25— Presentation, North America Hears the Challenge, Walter Hutton. general secretary Iowa HU ton general secretary Iowa sley was Irene Heller, but ne h State Council of Christian Educn- or was hurt tion. NOON LUNCHEON. 1: 15— Praise and Prayer Service, the Rev. Jos. Doms, Burt. 1:30 — Separate Study Groups. (GO-niimite periods) — Answering the Challenge: a. by developing Christian homes, the Rev. R. C. Swanson, Swea City. b. by building Christian community life, the Rev. Calvin Schnucker, Titonka. c. by achieving world friend- or was hurt. Harry was driving west on McGregor, Dorothy south on Wooster. It has not yet been determined which driver was at fault. Tho Mawdsley car, purchased the *ay before '" ' • - othy vington farmer, and young Hull owns the car he drives. | Mrs, Olson are sisters. T. H. Holmes, proprietor o£ the' Modern Dry Cleaners, was at Oskaloosa, his home town, Monday on a business mission. Morris Dean got home Saturday evening from Mondamin, where^he had spent a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dean. He works at the local Barker drug store. Agnes Illce, instructor in a normal training school at Bloomington, 111., returned to her home last week Wednesday night, after a week here at her brother N. C. Rice's. Druggist and Mrs. H, T. Barker, with their two sons, were New Year's guests of Mr. Barker's ! mother, Mrs. Mary Barker, Correc- j tionville, and sisters of Mr. Bar- leer who live in the same .town. | Wesley DeLochmutt, Omaha, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Earl F. ; Griffith. He came before Christmas, and will stay a few weeks longer. Mr. Griffith is employed in the country treasurer's office. Mrs. R. H. Lacy, Coronado, California, has been here since before Christmas visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb. She is the former Josephine Chut*. Her husband will shortly go on a naval air cruise, and she will remain here till he returns. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe, Fort Wosleyans Defeat St. Cecelia. ship, Mrs. A na. A. Bishop, Algo- 2:30 — Special Music, to be contributed by Burt. 2:40 — Concluding Hutton. forum. Mr Off for Florida to Build Three Houses Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan are leaving by auto this week Thursday for Del Ray Beach, Fla., 60 Wesley, Jan. 2—The high school! boys' and girls' basketball teams D £ L n 11 1 oancrofter Badly a eams defeated St. Cecelia's academy, Al- •• -«.^ l > v-ui, imiijimsfju uio way i -i r —i •«•- — )re Christmas, belongs to Dor-' XJEWLY ELECTED leader of the ' Mr> nlul Mrs> J> H - Hoppe, For >''s father, E. R. Mawdsley, Ir- !;i> Lion's men's lunch club at D , od ^ e ' ca : lled brieflv at the Den Uou farmer, and younz Hull Garner. Most Algonians will at Pratt home Tuesday, on tlieii once recognize the picture as that wa ? tO , Burt> TJley were " taklng of Geo. L. Free, one of the K D ' dau Shter Marian back after j James drug store "graduates " ' the holidav s at Fort Dodge, Miss j Hoppe is a teacher in the Burt I high school. Mr. Hoppe was form! erly employed at Pratt's Electric. u f\ r, .11 3r «ffdalene and Gertrude Stof- rlurt in Car Spill fel and Charles Ulfers drove to Port Dodge Monday to visit Sylva- Bancroft, Jan. 2—Harold McCoy, ria Haupert, housekeeper for the Rev. T. J. Davern. Miss Haupert is a cousin of the Stoffel sisters, last Magdalene is office nurse for Dr. H. M. Olson, and Charles is employed at the > McWhorter stock--— -.-.-.unui,, jj U ( u, " imii^t a_'i(.o\> \ji LU j.iirui, west 01 -« T ' * • ' Lyle Marlow, Lone Rock, Leonard Bancroft. He suffered a cut over 3in and Mrs - D - s - M ay and E;I"' - ----- • "- LUl over na and Geneva Scharlach, all of . , there, Friday night, December 23, the girls by a score of 5919, the boys by 44-26. The local second-string boys lost, 15-13, the; Algona second-stringers in an ov- grocer at the Droessler Food Mar- ertime game^_^____ ket| WM sel , iously lnjured Seven Persons Confirmed. j week Tuesday night, when his car Burt, Jan. 2—Mrs. Hans Koest-| tailed to ™ake a turn near the ler and Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Burt, Wallace Ditsworth farm, west of eye, numerous head miles north of Miami, where they ^' ld 5f will spend two months, and in the ' chuich meantime Harold will build three houses for rent for his uncle, Wood Cowan, the newspaper strip cartoonist. The latter, whose home is in Connecticut, near New York City, spends part of the winter at Del Ray Beach. Harold's father is looking after erection of a $24,000 Graettinger school gymnasium which is now a'bout ready for roofing. Cowan & Son also have a contract to make over the old Graettinger 'gym' for schoolroom purposes. —.' .w *. 4W ,,^,,, j^uuc IXUUK, ijeonaiu i-ijfiiici on. Warner, Ledyard, and Ranney, Ar-! his right CJC , numerous neaa T^ , "•• «"' " L tnur and Herbert Leeck, of near j bruises, deep skull gash, pelvic and ^ s Momes were holiday guests of Burt, were confirmed last week hip injuries, and other bruises At- the C- C ' Sch arlachs. Edna, Gen- Still Hair nf *!-,« 1 t T..,I_ , «. . ' . . «»»j^kj. .cia. -, ro „ „ J •»•• •..• , Sunday at the local Lutheran Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. ter first aid here he was taken to e y a -J, an Mrs> Ma ^ are daughters - of Mr. and Mrs. Scharlach. Mr. May is an electrical engineer; Geneva, personnel manager in the Rollins hosiery mills; and Edna works In an unemployment comp; ensation office. Production Credit Plans Annual Meet The Emmetsburg Production Credit association, which makes federal farm loans to Kossuth, Emmet, Palo Alto, and Clay county farmers, will have its annual stockholders' meeting at Emmetsburg at 10:30 a. m. this week Friday, with lunch at noon. H J Bode, Plum Creek township, is one of the directors. Two directors are to be elected. Since organization i,, 1033 the association has made some 500 livestock and gen- *i ion ™ m '° ans Dialing more than Titonka Apiarists in Jaunt to Texas Titonka, Jan. 2— Maurice Kiel and T. A. Dunmire, local apiarists, were expected home early in the week from a trip to San "Antonio, Tex., in a pick-up truck. They took i ton of honey for sale along the way, and at San Antonio were to visit a large apiary from which they buy bees and supplies. They found Texas in the grip of a 'nor- ther.' Mr. Dunmire is school coach here. - 4 - Pensionnaires in County Up to 345 Kossuth county closed the year 1938 with 345 old age state pen- sionnaries on the roll, or thereabouts. November payments totaled .$63oG, which averaged $18.42. The Lucile Dearths to Wed— . Lucile Dearchs and Herman a guest of the club. Jessie Smith and Elva Ewold entertained the Presbyterian FelloTv- ship club at their apartment last evening (Wednesday). A. E. Kre*. sensky spoke on, What Can We Believe?" The rest of the eve ing was spent at Chinker-Chek. Helen and Marion Corey enter- | NOTICE I The annual meeting of the Kos- I suth County Agricultural Society | will be held Tuesday, January 17, 1939, at the courthouse In Algoha, Iowa.—E. L. Vincent, secretary. Moore will be married in an 8 o'clock candlelight srevice tomorrow evening (Friday) at the home of the 'bride's grandmother, Mrs. Garrett Dearchs, Algona, The Rev. F. Earl Burgess will officiate in a single-ring ceremony, and Mrs. Harold Falkenhainer will play the wedding march. | FoiTowing a James Logan, Algona, friend of; Mrs. Kenneth Knud the couple, will sing I Loye You 1 Scribner's m-W^nf Truly, accompanied at the -'--' -• - 1 S ma eazine by Mrs. Falkenhainer. Hazel Walker, Algona, friend of the bride, will be maid of honor, businesT Knudson meetng gave a piano flying. Mrs. L. report J. Nelson entertained 16-17 Sale Dates January 16— P. H. Hargreaves, 2% miles west of Algona, % mile and Thomas Vipond, also Algonai 1 Watts won will be best man. The bride will wear a wine-colored street-length dress, with matching accessories and will car tiie Laf-a-Lot club Tuesday to two tables of bridge. Mrs. James high; Mrs. Bert Cronan, travel; and Mrs. M J Duffy was low. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mittag entertained at a New Year's eve par- Immediately following the ceremony a wedding reception -will take place at the home, 50 guests attending. *r , • -,; — Melvm Yates. j Mrs. A. W. Amunson entertained I ™r' ,, dge club last evening | (Wednesday). There are eight i , east of Hobart, general farm sale P he for the same th roll in the state month numbered 50,491, and payments totaled $1,000,675. o is a form of government expenditure never heard of till within the last few years. State Brand Group Ends Tour in East Otto J. Kloock, Garner creamery operator, formerly of the Whittemore creamery, got home last week ,?v y irom tt tour in the east with other representatives of the State Brand Creameries. The ob- lects were conferences with various heads of State Brand butter out eta and the creation of new outlets The group spent two days at Washington, D. c. -*• Falls »ff Farm Wagon. Cprwlth Jan. 2-Harry Merriam ' to hls back ac week Monday, when he fell fronTa wa,goii at his farm home He was confined to bed at last reports, Sd «W extent of his injuries had not been determined. —•" .TCIO formerly bookkeeper for W. H. Godden, but for the last few months has been clerking at the S. & L. store. The i bridegroom is the son of J Moore, Rosewall, N. M., where grew up and attended school. After a short wedding trip to > Minneapolis, the newlyweds will' be at home in Algona, where Mr ' Moore is manager of the White Rose service station. Mdliodist Aid Meets Today— The Methodist Aid will meet this afternoon for 1:15 luncheon at the church, Mrs. Marie Green's 1/1 J.UC DANCE AT THE BURT LEG-ION P. L. Tribon, Albin Spong- Iberg, John Thompson, Thomas 12 -P- 16 LOST— BILLFFOLD CONTAININP ' . , Bndgette club Tuesday, eight women attending.. The group had' one o'clock lua<fheon at the Algona Hotel, then played, bridge at .the Pox home. Mrs. J. W. Little won Wgu, and Mrs. W. J. FOR SALE-HREGISTERED MILK- mg Shorthorns; males and males.— Aaron W. Verne. fe Steussy, Lu 12pl6-17 — • «. **v"*|/i3uii, i. IlUIIJtiS Hulpin T. C. Hutchison, M. J. Jon-! *H. Some^herTnelT'p^tofflcr es, G L. Vohs, R. M. McAtee, J. S. | Will pay reward. - M rsP F' W Iroutman, W. Stevens, Paul Bell i G'-een. ' w< R H. Shackelford, A. E. Clayton' C. F. Nolte, J, F. Schoby, 0 J Lindsay, Anna Button, Fred Frost' Mary Runchey, Kate Doege, Walter Sisters, and J. C. Buthman will be hostesses. Other Society. Mrs. Roy Ingham entertained her bridge club Tuesday at two tables and served a dessert luncheon Mrs. A. J. Eason won high, . and second. Guests of the club were Mrs. G. M. Howard and Miss Davis. The latter is visiting her sister, Mrs. Burdette Agard. Mrs. L. W, Fox entertained the FOR SALE—ONE DUROC JERSEY t>oar, bargain ?15.00. A. C. Carlisle. Whittemore. ll-p-16 FOR RENT- 7 ROOM HOUSE & lots. Immediate possession. Call Advance. 12-p-16 SALE — POLAND CHINA h0gs ' J - E ' McE nroe. Phono 9-p-ie ~ A HAMPSHI.RE boar. H. A. Bates, Phone 20-F21. FOR SALE bay. J. — ALFALFA B. McEnroe. BALED 33-F22. Other Splendid Values Jane Parker DOUGHNUTS, doz A & P Fancy Whole J»i'.<i^ -loj No, 2 can lonn Dried Lima PEAKS, 5 IC-os. cans Sultana Red 4 *** ™™ ^ 19c 4 22-oz. cans 2»c Sultana Red Kidney BEAKS, o -• 5 lO.oz. cans 25 C a », ,, * 22-oz. cans 29c .Sunn j field Fonned RICE or r WHEAT, 4-oz. pkg. O C l«-oz. cans 2 Ibs Vlapp's Baby FOODS, 8 4«-oz. cans Clapp's Chopped FOODS, 2 7}4.oz. cans . Clean Sweep Scot Toilet TISSUE, 4 rolls Scot Paper TOWELS, 2 rolls r» ff 45 C 0 - 2?t> C Boys! Girls! Writing Paoer ! printed for 10c and box-top from Ann Page MELLO-WHEAT Finest Quality Farina Cereal, A^PFOOD STORE) at last, ti hw been iwrtailed, Mr. Ravn doing the wofk. It is etefr* trkally operated, has ft large 8- mlnute clock, an electric horn, etc. Faculty and pupils are justly proud of It. 4 ' "•" • Livermore Farmer on Shelf 2 Months Livermore, Jan. 2—Oh November 3 Led Blg*ln$, «outn ot towh» stepped on a rusty nail, and he b«r been confined to his home ever* since. Now he has bone Infcetlon, and it' looks as it a scraping of hte bone will be necessary, StrAf, Biggins' 'brother, Jatnes Cox, oa'tne from CalKornla some weeks agb for a short stay, but remained to help with the farm work, ', DOLLARS SENT FOR PRINTING Never Come B«ck Lti U* Do y«ur Printing Season's Smartest Fashions Priced Low ior Immediate Clearance! We believe In doingr things BIOHTJ So we stage this JBIG FASHION CLEAN-UP EABLY—giving you all NEW AND REAL VALUE on fashlon«rlght Winter Clothes NOW, while you have lots of time to wear them! Everything from regular stock—all such knockout values'they'll send you home singing our praises—rcioic- ing in your savings! , NO CHARGES • NO RETURNS • NO APPROVALS • *NO EXCHANGES COATS WE HAVE EXACTLY FIFTY-FOUR WINTER COATS-ALL NEW and in keeping with our policy they must all be sold irrespective of cost or loss. They inus", go! A SENSATIONAL REDUCTION All fur trimmed coats, none reserved, including all of our "Sterling," "Betty Rose," and "Kragshire" garments. Your Unrestricted Choice for Only 2 Price All untriinmed sport coats and fur fabric garments at sharply cut nrices. ,'-,', » $39.75 values now $24.85: $35.00 values now $21.35 $29.75 values now____$18.95 $25.00 values now____$16.95 $19,75 values now—-$12.95 $16i95 values now_ $10.96 $15.00 values noiv_—_$9.75 $12.95 values now $7.95 OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SILK AND WOOL DRESSES MUST BE SOLD Each and every garment is strlcily new and up-to-the-minute in ,; style, which should make this announcement doubly interesting i to every woman in need of a ne v dress. ? An UROUF ONK exceptional assortment of high 'grade silk and velvet frocks, includ- ,* inn values to $19.»5. Clean up price _ $13.95 GROUP THREE High grade lovely dresses that just ; can't be beat. Distinctive styles and all new. Regular $10.95 and $12.95 3 values. Clean up price __ $5.95 GROUP FIVE Sensationally low priced for strictly new dresses. Garments that will fit and give excellent service. All the late colors and a size for you. Clean uw price GROUP TWO All smartly styled silk dresses. Every & '" ' one a now style—no two alike. Values il'!!L nro strongly worth $15.00 and Clean up price _ $10.95 GROUP FOUR Our feature lot of silk and wool dresses. Nearly one hundred new irar- inents. in black and all the new col- prs, sizes'12 to 50. Also half sizes and junior dresses are Included, Clean up price _ _ $8,95 $/I.95 4 «>eyeriuend» pure silk hose, both serv ce and chiffon weight. Pull- fashioned. AlUate shades. Clean up price pr. 44c Princess Slips Satin and crepe slips that fit like Clean up price _._ 89c Don" Cottons style garments from coiion prints, Regular $1.98 ?»!• Clean «p price -$1.69 GROUP six You'll have to hurry for these dresses as our assortment represents only 28 garments. Every dress a new, this season's style. Clean up price $4^ o Snow Suits ^ seasonable and very timely Item. Our entire stock at durance Prices. $5.95 values nqw!L'_•_• ,T_ _ „ _ $3.95 $7.95 values now __:••: ; _;_ _ _ _ $5.95 $10.95 values now _ ¥ _ _ ^ _ _ _ $3,95 $12,95 values now —U,.-.- $10*95 $16,95 values now :_____ $13,95 $19.75 values now --_.$!6,95 "Kayser" Gloves All new desirable styles in black and colors. Solid fabric ud with kid combination. Splendid $1 value. Clean up price , r 89c ^^^^^^™"^^^ ? ™ w ^'^^^^^w^Mp^^^»«iii _. •• Sweaters ^•te »wlT»l8 but into tie clean-up .? ? $**? * Tfc«y«r» »U wartly Styled aid tke kind Outfit. Cleanup price _$ 1.69 , boxes for _,__49c sfeiseiftm

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