the AlfoM tipper Des Moines > Algona, Iowa, Nov. 2,1933 BLOOD POISONING FATAL; LEDYARD BOY, 16, * IWas Sophomore in Sigh School; Parents, 8 Staters, 2 Brothers Survive Ledyard: John Estle, the 16 year old ton of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle, passed away in Bancroft Sunday evening, following an attack of blood poisoning. John was a sophomore in high school afid will be greatly missed by his school mates. Be leaves to mourn his loss two brothers and eight sisters, besides his mother and father. The sympathy of the entire community Is extended to the bereaved family. Elvirt Carpenter attended homecoming in Cedar Rapids over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett visited Sunday at the Raney home in Livermore. Marjorle Matzner was a week end visitor at the Al Zielske home near Grant. The Methodist Aid will meet with TUTS. F. O. Johnson in Lakota on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jorgenson are the parents of a 9% pound son, born Tuesday, Oct. 24. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane visited Sunday at the Crawford home In Thompson. On Thursday and Friday evenings the Interclass basketball tournament will be held in the gymnasium. Wilson Brack and Elmer Zielske drove to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the Iowa-Minnesota game. The Farmers cooperative creamery 'had a new cement floor put in and the Interior repainted this past week. Clifford Jenks returned Saturday after a week's visit in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey brought him back. Leon Worden received word last week Monday of the death of his sister, Mar- Ian, Mrs. Charles Worllne of Yakima, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson, Gene- O * PIES Fluffy, delicate crusts, ana large toothsome fillings that melt in pie you can buy here. Try our special apple and pumpkin pies —you'll be back for more. Wilson Bakery vieve Kitley Mid Harold drawer drove to Minneapolis Saturday to attend the Iowa-Minnesota football game. m. and MS*. A. £ . Lauriteett, and Mr. and Mtt. V. A. Barrett attended tte Sossutn cbtmtf school master*' flub in Algona last Week Monday evening. Mr and Airs. M. K), Bperry and tt. B. and Lou Arm also Naomi Hewitt, Ethel Lindsey and Miss damiller ot Renwick were callers Sunday at the D. A. carpenter and D. B. Mayer homes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank pall of Des Moines have visited the past week at the Conrad Gable home. Mr. and Mrs. Pall have been looking for a farm and traveled through Minnesota and Wisconsin taut finally decided on Iowa land and tmrerased while here the Ernest Parrell farm. The Methodist Aid was invited to attend Buffalo Center's annual Quest Day last Thursday. Those who went were Mesdames V. A, Barrett, Glenn Yahnke, H. D. Mayne, George Thompson, Roy Link, George Moulton, Burrows and D. B. -Mayer. A most interesting program was given and a lovely lunch was served, other towns who were also represented were Thompson, Lakota and Swea city. Last Tuesday the senior class drove to Algona to have their pictures taken. They were accompanied by Mr. Barrett. Those in the senior class are: Alethla Brack, Esther Green, James Logan, Kenneth Thompson, Tilmer Halverson, Alvln Depping, Alice Loge, Freda Schadendorf, Mallnda Goetz, Adah and Idah Telcamp, Roland Smith, Lillian Sanders, Anna Jones. They attended the theatre in the afternoon. The Junior play, "The Mystery of the Third Gable," was very successfully put in the high school auditorium Friday evening. Between acts specialties consisted of a number by the mixed chorus, a tenor solo by Kenneth Thompson, baritone solo by James LO- gan, piano duet by Alvlra Halvorson and Henrietta O'Keefe, a quartet num. her by Tilmer Halvorson, Kenneth Thompson, Jamea Logan and Elvin Depping, and an Instrumental trio by Kenneth Tilmer and James. CORN FIELD BURNS NEAR WEST BEND Dry Leaves Probably Ignited By Hunters; Heavy Loss to Tenants /wvwwwwwwvwvwwww West Bend. The corn field on the Bauman farm two miles north of town, was burned Sunday afternoon. It IS thought some hunters dropped a match in the dry leaves and set It on fire. TUe flre engine and some of the men of the local fire company went out and helped put it out. The farm is tenanted by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wirtz and this is a bad loss for people Just starting to farm as they are. Miss Evelyn Harris spent Sunday at her home in Livermore. Miss Clarabel Drummond of Ringsted was callling on friends in town Sunday. The L. S. L. club met at the country home of Mrs. Watson Falb, Tuesday afternoon. , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Prentice and family of Rodman were callers in town Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs of Algona spent Friday at the home of their son Carl and famUy. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurr entertained the U. and I. olub at their home on Thursday evening. Mrs. Justina Hoskin spent Sunday at Remember ... Wednesday, November 8th The Storrs-Schaef er Co. will have a representative here at our store with a large line of woolens for men's made to measure suits. If you are in the market for a new suit, we will be glad to have you come in and make your selection from this wide assortment of woolens. Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Values. bettw tee theft *»» here who saw tli* lo*»* toinnesotft toetball game at Mlttneafjolis Saturday *56»«» n v Oscftf EHcWbn, W. D. fttfWe, Mrs. Mildred Raise topf, Mr. and MJ*. Wade Sullivan, Mr. and Mr*, oaylord Shuffi- way, Or. and Mrs. John ReBeflck, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis ooeders, Bob McCullough, Bob Post, Bob Spencer, Bill Hilton, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Larson, Elizabeth Nugent, Lee Reed, Mrs. Howard Hoenk, Roy McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. Gene McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Herbst, Bertha ttuchenreuthef, Delia and Edith Welter, oertude fcuchen- reuther, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mann, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch, Dr. M. a. Bourne, Helmuth Miller, Bill Oaughan, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff prane, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Strelt, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders, Dr. and Mrs. P. c. Scanlan, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. SUllman, Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Palken- hainer, Louis Moore, Luke Linnan, Bill Steele and Russ Waller. If you too were among the 45,000 who attended the game and your name is not Included in the list named, we're ioiry—we didn't hear about it. Henry Wef ttier Honored- Last Sunday Henry Wegener, a widely known citizen of this community, celebrated his 61st birthday. In the evening a number of his friends gathered at his home to celebrate the event. A delicious plate dinner was served at 6:30 o'clock to about 35 guests in honr of the birthday. After this the evning was spent in visiting and various entertainments. Short talks of cingratulations were given by some of th gusts and the grandchildren sang "Happy Birthday to You, Grandpa." An njoyable evening was spent by all the guests present and all Joined in wishing Mr. Wegener many more happy birthdays. Entertain Monday Evening- Mr, and Mrs. Vic Hertlg. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Skllling and Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Gregson (entertained twenty couples Monday evening at a Hallow- e'en party. The group gathered at the Legion hall and from there drove to the Skilling home and back in a specially constructed chariot made for the occasion. While at the Skilling home several games were played, among them one named the Ghost walk. Guests were then transported to the shelter house of the State Park where they dancd. Refreshments were served later. Moonlight Hallowe'en Party- Over 30 members of the B. Y. P. U. of the Baptist church met at the church Monday evning and from there drove to the State Park, where they held a moonlight Hallowe'en party. Games were played and following that the merry makers gathered around a big flre and roaster wieners and marshmallows. Everyone enjoyed themselves to the utmost at this most entertaining but simple party. Party Enjoyed Saturday Eve— The American Legion and Auxiliary had a very enjoyable party Saturday evening at the Legion hall. Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle and Leon Merrltt won high prizes at cards. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Entertain* LnVerne Friends— Mrs. Opal Morrison entertained her bridge dub which is made up of a group of her friends in LiiVerne, oh Wednesday evening at the home of her aunt, Mrs. V. V. Naudalh. Mrs. Viola Bishop and Mrs. Burdette Agard were guests from here who were present. Those who received the table prizes were Mrs. E. Evans, Mrs. ceil Huff, M'iss Nortna Partridge and Mrs. Viola Bishop. Two Girts Hostesses- Eleanor LaBarre and Bernlce Reaper were hostesses at a Hallowe'en party Saturday night at the LaBarre home. The guests, numbering 12, were masked and costumed. Games were played with jeannette Sterling, Maxine Sterling, Maxine Brundage and Barbara Pool winning prizes. A lunch was erved at the conclusion ot the games. Westminster Guild Circle— The Westminster Guild Circle of the Presbyterian church v31 meet at the church Saturday afternoon, November 4, at 3 o'clock. Hostesses are Ruth Butte and Louise Devine. Devotlonals will be given by Dona Jones, Capter n of "How Far to the Nearest Doctor" by imogene Hill and Henry Muhlenberg by Glendora Burbank. Radio Sewing Party- Mrs. C. A. Joynt, Mrs. wm. Barry and Mrs. O. W. Erickson entertained the American Legion Auxiliary Friday afternoon at a Radio sewing party at the home of Mi-s. Joynt. The time was spent making Red Cross flags which will be used in the Red Cross drive. A dainty lunch was served later. Hallowe'en Party Saturday- Ten girls gathered at the home of Kathleen Evans Saturday evening and were entertained in true Hallowe'en spirit. Guests were costumed and played appropriate games during the evening. A luncheon was served following the games. To Meet Friday Evening— The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Friday night at 7:30 at the Legion hall. Mrs. Prank Green's division will have charge of the social hour and program. Every one is requested to return their completed Red Cross flags. Honor F. E. Rents- Eight couples gathered at the Country Club Monday evening at a 6:30 Dutch dinner given in honor of the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent. The remainder of the evening was spent in games and danc ing. Presbyterian Light Bearers— The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet Saturday, November 4, at the church at 1:30 o'clock. Dorothy and Maxine Dailey will be hostesses. De- votlonals will be given by Phyllis Brown and Study Book by Mary Mesing. Guests at Dinner- Mrs. Chester Long entertained Monday at a one o'clock dinner for Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Driver and Mr. Driver's brother, calvln, and his wife, who are of Oak ' Amtal Red Cro«* Drive Is Scheduled Here Nov. 13 to 18 The annual Kossuth County Red Cross membership campaign will be conducted Nov. 13-18 Inclusive, announced Dr. H. M. Olson, chairman of the roll call. The Red Cross, Dr. Olson states, is really doing "its part" toward the relief of the needy In this county. This year will be even a more trying time for those families whose members are unemployed. In order to offset the burden which the people are struggling under the Red Cross committee has set a goal of 1000 members for this county. During the past year alone, it was declared. The local Red Cross distributed in Kossuth county, 3,460 sacks of flour, besides over 400 dozen pieces of clothing and 1500 yards of cloth. THEATRE Football! Sunday Algona Indies VS, Austin, Minn. Packers called 2:30 p. m, Athletic Field, Algona, Carroll, where her daughter, Geraldlne, is attending school. Mrs. Chas. Schurg has been very ill the past two weeks, but is reported as some better at this time. Oscar Riley returned Tuesday evening from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where he spent a few days. Mike Collins has been very ill the past week with bronchitis. This is very hard for an aged man like Mr. Collins. B. P. Bliss, Myron Boos and I. J. Weber attended the Iowa- Minnesota football game in Minneapolis Saturday. Mrs. Nelson and daughter, Pearl of Dysart spent Tuesday evening visiting their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eisler. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard pogarty returned to Spokane, Washington, this week after spending two weeks here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes and their daughter, Irene and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mikes left Tuesday for Chicago to attend the world's fair. The Mtehodist Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. A. J. Jensen Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Harvey Jacobs s the assistant hostess. The district missionary meeting was held in the Methodist churcU Wednesday in an all day session. A fair sized crowd was in attendance. Mrs Edna Hayne and daughter, Margaret and son, Lloyd returned Friday from Chicago where they have been at the Century of Progress. Mr and Mrs. T. A. Clark returned Monday from Neola. Iowa, where tt»ey spent a week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. J. H. Bardsley. A dinner was given at the Casina on Sunday for Bernard Dobbersteln, who Is decorating St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church by the parishioners. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Griggs and son and Misses Jennie Comer, Enid Doyle and Grace Sloan spent Sunday at the Warren Pelton home north of Emmetsburg. The Bay View club held their annual Hallowe'en party at the home, of Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek Tuesday even- Ing when the members and their guests arrived masked and in costume. The household goods and auto belonging to the Wm. H. Anderegg estate were sold Saturday at public auction. The things brought fairly good prices and a large crowd of buyers were present. Yvonne Johnston came home from Peoria, 111., Saturday morning. She has been attending business college there and likes her work very much. She will spend a week here with her mother, Mrs. Bertha Johnston. Bobby Roberts, who has ben attending a, barbers' school in Cedar Rapids hfs finished his course and will work in uis father's shop after school and on Maturdays. He is a sophomore in high school and will go on with his class. Miss Martha Starln left Thursday morning for oolorme, Minn., wbere she plans to spend the winter with a sister Rev and Mr». P- W- Whitford accompanied her to Minneapolis, and she took a bus from there. Rev. and Mrs Whitford returned home Friday. The ladles of the Catholic church have been selling numbers on a QUllt Tbe quilt was a large star of many shades of yellow and was beautifully quilted. Little Enid Montag drew the numbers out of a box and Rev. Father Mason of Ayrshire held 'the lucky number and won the quilt. The Christian Endeavor members and their guests enjoyed a Hallowe'en party at the church Friday evning. They all wore masks and costumes and had a merry time guessing one anothers' identity. The evening was spent in games and a delicious lunch was served by Mrs. C. C. Miller and Mrs. Arch Conde. Trinity Lutheran Church P. J. Braner, pastor The following services will be held Sunday: English service at nine o'clock. Sunday School and Bible class at 10 o'clock. Since the pastor promised to preach at LuVerne Sunday forenoon, the services at Algona start at nine o'clock. The Concordia Ladies' Aid meets on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Louis Hintz, with Mrs. Ed Hackbarth as hostess. Confirmation instructions Saturday at 10 a. m. The Y. P. S. will meet next Tuesday at 6 p. m. at the church. The Luther anniversary will be celebrated on Sunday, November 12th, at 2 p. m. In the Algona high school auditorium. The Rev. J. P. Schultz of Clinton, Iowa, will deliver the jubilee sermon. To the ladles who like crooners, a handsome, tinselled free photograph of Bing Crosby, the hero of "Too Much Harmony," will be awarded at each souvenir matinee starting at 2:30 p. m. on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week. And Bing is not alone in the picture—he has 100 beautiful girls, Jack Oakie and Lilyan Tashman to help him out. * * * As the general manager of an automobile factory, Ruth chatterton again takes one of those typical feminine roles with a dash of color to it, in "Female," her latest starring vehicle. And she lias capable assistance from George Brent. This picture which is showing Sunday and Monday at the Call Theatre, Is supplemented by another of those extraordinary shorts, this time, "Telephone Operators' Opera," and we understand that Manager Everett Hancher of the local exchange has been asked to bring his operators to the show with a view of altering the local service along these new lines (no, we're just kidding). * * * Lee Tracy, who kept his audiences in an uproar in "Bombshell," and to our notion sort of beat Jean Harlow to the draw as the star of that picture, will be here again Saturday, Nov. 4, in "Turn Back the Clock." A three-way comedy program is also offered. * « » As a special feature on the Tuesday and Wednesday program of next week, Dave Rubinoff and his band, famous radio entertainers, will be on the local screen, assisted by Lovely Jean Sargent, famed torch singer in a "Black and White Fantasy," Rubinoff plays three solos on his violin during the screening. A musical Armistice Day trailer, the feature and a news ree are other parts of the program. » * » TB(e studios are vielng with each othen it would rseem, in offering shor features, combining' music,' dancing an< gags Into fast moving, interesting at tractions. And if anv theatre In the state gets as many and as good ones as the Call, we'd like to hear about it A traveling man told us the other evening in the Algona Hotel Tap Room that he could always count on seeing the best show of his trip at the AP gona theatre. Church of the Nazarene A. W. and Hazel Irwin, pastors Church Appreciation Day will be observed In 2.000 churches of the Nazarene next Sunday. Come to service next Sunday and prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Establish Paint Co. in Hollywood, Calif. Henry Horan, it would seem, is now permantly located in California, as he hft? established n Pftlnt & Lawjuer Co. in Hollywood with his son. ciemmer fts a partner. Mr. and Mrs. Horan left Algona several months ago for the Los Angeles country where both of their sons are located. They had spent almost their entire lives in Algona and it was somewhat of a wrench to leave their many old Algona friends. But the call of the west and their boys could not be resisted. Now they are anchored in Hollywood. In a note to this paper ciemmer says: "Both father and mother seem to enjoy It very much out here, and while they miss their old friends in Algona, yet they find many of them out here. Mrs. Bowycr had a big Algona party one day last week and father attended and found many of the Algona folks there. Monday Is a very happy day for them as they receive the Algona Upper Des Moines then and learn all of the news." Following is a clipping taken from a Hollywood paper telling of the new paint firm: "After 15 years experience as a manufacturer and distributor of paint, W. C. Horan, associated with his father, W. H. Horan, has opened the Horan Paint & Lacquer Co., 1528% North Ca- huenga Blvd. A complete line of paints, varnishes, enamels, tube colors, brushes and artists' materials will be handled, it was stated. "W. C. Horan, until recently, was associated with one of the largest manufacturers of paint In the United States. A short time ago the elder Horan came to Hollywood after 40 years of continuous business at Algona, Iowa, prompting the opening of the new business here." parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Welsbrod the fore part of last week. She returned on Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber who were Minneapolis business visitors. Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers and their children, Charles, Howard, Verabelle, and Richard accompanied by Mrs. Ulfer's nephew, Leroy Powell of Mason City, who has been visiting here the past week, attended a family gathering at the home of Mm. Ulfer's patents Dorothy Gerhard was pleasantly surprised on her birthday anniversary last Thursday evening by a group of relatives and friends. Jive hundred was played at four tables. High score was won by Mrs. W. V. Yager and low by Mrs. E. K. Johnson for the. women. M. E. Otterness won high and Amos Fln- nestad the low for the men. Mrs. P. H. Elgler entertained her bridge club Saturday evening. Mrs. Charles Newel received the travel prize and Mrs. W. V. Yager the consolation prize. After the games the guests were seated at one long table lighted with orange and black candles. The table and rooms were appropriately decorated for the season. Lunch was served by Mary Jane Elgler and Elsie Kohlwes wearing caps and aprons In keeping with Hallowe'en. E. A. Huskamp celebrated his fifty- ninth birthday, Sunday, October 17. The guests were: the Herman Huskamp, the William Huskamp and the Irvln Huskamp families, Nettle Wels- brod and Clarence Arbogast of Fenton, Clyde Arbogast of Litchfleld, Mln» nesota, Kenneth Qregson of Algona, J. Seglin of Chicago, Homer Huskamp of Brltt, Hilda Wolder, Ringsted. and their daughters, Bertha and Vivian Huskamp of Minneapolis and Chicago, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Welsbrod and grandson, Wayne Alderson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern and family spent Sunday at the home of the latter's daughter, Mrs. Dean Nellis and family at Renwick. Mrs. S. W. Meyer entertained at four tables of bridge last week Monday night. High prize was won by Mrs. 5. N. Graham. Agnes Goetsch won onsolation prize and Mrs. W. V. Yager, ie travel prize. Mrs. C. W. Lauritzen and daughters, Verdell and Edna of Graettinger and he former's sister, Mrs. Anna Anderon, of Elgin, Illinois, visited Friday at he home of Mrs. J. T. Waite. Edna emalned for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. 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