The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1933
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Raffles to be Eft on Bitor Souvenir Basketballs WONBYSENIORGIR15,JUNIORBOYS Mr. «»d ttfi. Adolph Montag Mrs. p. o. Dorweiler spent the Algona tfrper Des Motees, Algona, Iowa. ffoy. 9.1938 Lone Rock Mother* Club Pick* Officers For Coming Season **»• ***»«» Clt* ttet at .home of MM. Fred Qearleh last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Pad- *ett was assisting hostess, Hie follow- officers were elected f» the SOCIAL i SCHOOL AFFAKSFURN1SH BANCROFT ACTION Believer in Boosting Fertility of Land ing year.- president, Mf». ttafty Hob basket. *»• held at the nigh gpnfi&thim Wednesday and and th won their re• *< t ^' * n " e Jnuloi «•«« senior boys, junior boys ant girls won. Friday night two games were played. The senior R! from the juniors by a 2 to 22 The Juniors bovs won from the --—,—rf — ——— «• *•» «v 1,0 lo ( 'X'JtlC Will" names will be printed on the silver basketballs, they have had for tfo- phleg for the last four years. Each year the winners names are put on at ine end of the Intel-class tournament T*e >eferee was Kenneth Miller and aeorekeeper, Milton Woito. B. F. McFafland Is very ilj at this Time, Dan Is very Ul at this this week™ 68 Va " Ce ** "" ttie slclc Uat ° n the slclt llst a seven o'clock dinner Thursday even >ng. VO!e B » . r "*^ iwcoiuenfc, mrv, W» vfr-r secretary, Mr*. Fred Oefttich. A pa- I PfJlOur Children in School," ma glv- ' " Mrs. 8. M. Jensen. The Decem- will be at the home of Mrs. lard. Roll can will be ans- «,.» *? **<?* * lvln * * mtle * Itt whlc h will cost not moTft than ten cents , in the use of sweet clover as ft ?* rtl t*<*. ta«d that had been yielding but twenty to thirty bushels of ? Wl J f ? f «**«*»* tears this season pro- Johnston. ^ returned to . after a few day* 1 . her mother, Mrs. Bertha I be Surprise Party; Several Business Changes It »^£JL S ^Z eventa *' November 'LSffi^ J^ da r P^ty was given eta per acre, due to the fa« that Mr. King sowed sweet clover on this field last year and plowed it under green, xne neight of the clover was unusual in some places growing to height of t. Jacobs left for his home In New Mexico, Monday after a short visit at the home of nia brother, George Jacob* and family. Kenneth Anderegg drove Milton woitos car to Outtenberg, Saturday Sm^ 4 "™? 1 M ° ndft y & tta 'n to Whit-' temore, where his mother met Mm. and Sunday afternoon ot the home of Mrs. ™ uu sons sister, Mrs. Oilman and family. Hugh Dun's little son took very 111 «.,.*- ttt thc . seh001 h°use next week Thursday evening. Mrs. Lawrence Laldley of Bstherville " " e Alex Krueger and last Wednesday. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Florence Householder drove to cedar Falls Frl- day to attend the homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold ganders and I Mrs. Riddle of LuVerne and Oscar Riddle of Hurt visited at the Otis Sanders home Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Priebe enter- \ L* •«"«?» Had Stockade people know that the early day end of tote on men went to Joe led and the end set in a trench This * LUTHER FESTIVAL IN ALGONA SUNDAY Thirteen Lutheran Oongre- gations to Be Here for 450th Anniversary of Luthar The Luther festival in eommemor atton of the four hundred and fiftieth birthday of Martin Luther will take place the coming Sunday. Thirteen, Missouri Lutheran congregations of the Joln ln the «lebra- ff wrvloM wm be held afternoon at two o'clock In the Algona high school auditorium. The OBE800HJBW8 . Harry Sabin family .pent Sunday with relatives in AlgonaT Therom Reids, otto Laahft about fifty Mrnirfo,, ,j*f~ """" " """ I *"™i,»""«•"«» and bastions. — _„„birthday gift. | position was that the building of these stockades would give to the settlers a Bernice Williams was on the feeling of security and keep many in • a few days last week. tn e country who would otherwise de- JfcA'J** 1 "* * M • Buodfty vis- part ' of Mrs, Albert Schlltz. and alvena * an A1 «° na vlsltor <"> afternoon. Mrs. Arthur Simmons is still verv with a kidney ailment ^ o«* r "«•-.» • was seriously — Saturday with acute Indigestion. „. ,"£!• Win. Riley was very 111 the first cf the week with gall bladder trouble. • O. O. Miller and Mrs. Arch Tuesday" 6 "* LMt Mand Lake flshlns Mike Collins is still very 111 with • to Port Dodge at once and he was °j? *!i °^ for appendicitis soon after hey arrived. Mr and Mrs. Paul Mikes and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes and daughter. nene, returned Monday from Chicago, where they attended the Century . e- * . talned as supper guests last Wednes- L* ,L p ^ Uler Strurom assisted at the day evening, Mr. and Mrs. CecM Me- ?*' £ ohns P"^ 1 Tuesday to hear con- Qlnnls of Algona, • Mr. and Mrs. Herman Relsner and Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner of Lotte Creek visited at the EmU Kraft htme Mre - *> Ke lso. ressions. , w * lte f pelterlng left Monday night lor Burltogton for a visit at his sisters' wwra ' last Wednesday evening. of Progress. M(1arlne Munson entertained UCA The Winter Luxury That Costs No More Than a Necessity C3 t.,, ten girl friends at a Hallowe'en party Monday evening. The children had a merry time playing games. Mrs. Munson served a lunch. ri n H«'« B ?« d Em Anderegg laid a foundation for a chicken house and barn on the Joe Dunn farm last week. The farm has no buildings and they are planning on building in the near fu- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Miller and daughter of near Mallard spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Justice. The Millers live near the people who were robbed by bandits Saturday morning. ' „. , > da «ghters, Mary and Maxlne, and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman visited at the Fred Wlllrett home near Algona Sunday. °° tton . and Mr Is becoming •wddaspread In homes where the high standards of Hvir.g are craved. No Ashes— No Dirt— a Healthy, Even Heat That ilayli^t trudiw to the basement will be cndc-d. The heat automatically comes up before you get out of bed. Let Us Tell You About the McDonald Oil Burner Laing & Muckey Phone 274 having an addition m ifh u east end of hl s blacksmith shop to make more room for his work. The addition is made of cement block. The roof is now being put on and it will be finished soon. A post nuptial shower was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. MlltoH Woito at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. c Scurr, Saturday evening by the teachers of the public school. They received some beautiful and useful gifts and the good wishes of the telihers.' Mrs Scurr served delightful rfcwhpients'. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Cobtf, Mr "*ahd- Mrs. Thorsten Satern and children of this place and Mr. and Mrs. Carl sat- ern and children and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Satem and children of Rodman, all drove to Bode Tuesday evening and surprised her mother, Mrs. John sat- ern, ST., on her birthday. They took well filled baskets and a lunoh served later in the evening. „•,,,.. ,,, Ju J? Uee of tfie Congregational church In Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. jack Quinn left last Tuesday for Streater. Illinois, to attend the funeral of Mr. Quinns' aunt, Mrs. Mary Whalen, held there Thurs- A Seneca and Fenton township bureau meeting was held at the of Mrs. w. J. cotton last Tuesday The next meeting will be Dec. 21 at the home of Mrs. Art Krause. Mrs. p. M. Christensen and Charles Morris drove to Des Moines Friday Mrs Chrlstensen visited her daughter, Marietta and Mr. Morris attended a supervisors' business meeting iiv,i Harvey Rath and fam «y of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Priebe home and was First Lutheran Church M. A. Sjostrand, pastor v ' sl <;ed Mr. Rath's mother, Mrs. Rath, in the afternoon. A number of Lone Rock people attended the funeral of Wm. Blerstedt at Burt Friday afternoon. Mr. Bierstedt formerly conducted a n Implement shop in Lone Rock a few years Sunday guests at the win. Krause some were wm. and Gerhart Krause of Fec f on, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Coleman of -Valley Junction, Colorado, and Mrs. Catherine Reed and children of Dakota Clty.% Alfred Wolter has purchased the Kwik Lunch cafe and opened for business November 6. Members of the choir of St. John's church have begun, practice on a new Mass for Christmas. Tlhe two Kockler children from Hollandale are visiting with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill. The local post office has hoen redec- Dnnlaps Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Will Dunlap entertained last Monday night at a Hallowe'en party. Those attending were the neighbors and close friends. Leo and Leona Dunlap, twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dunlap celebrated their 12th birthday last Sunday by entertaining a number of their friends at a birthday party. Mrs. Kate McCorkle entertained the Plum Creek Literary club at her home Wednesday, Nov. 8. Assisting hostess was Mrs. Laura Keen. The program consisted of a talk on "The American Legion," by Rev. Hueser, "The Century of Progress Fair," Mrs. Fred Gelgel, j- .;-'•'• Bchuia of Clinton, Iowa wil; deliver the Jubilee aermod. The services will be all English The Paul's orchestra of Fort Dodge will f°_ b .? auu 'y * Q e services. A cor- te herewith extended he Lutherans but also of this Important historical committee In charge of the pro- J*_ c °I" p08e<1 °t »•*• Blchmann. orated In green and cream and Is a and muslc by Mr. and Mrs. Hueser. very cheerful appearing place. VlrgU segar drove up from Des Moln- Hlstory> es last Tuesday for two days' visit with his aunt, Mrs. John Williams. Miss Mattie Winkle will return home Roll call was answered by Heroes of "'-'-- was served. where she has been for/the last month. Lucille Dyer returned home last week after spending a month with her sister, Mrs. Tollefson In Milwaukee. Fifteen guests participated at a Hal- owe'en party Tuesday evening at the wme of jimmy, pat, and Jane Brad- 'JF* Emmet Devlne, who is attending col- ege at Ames was home for the week nd with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. De- 'ine. The banns of matrimony were pub- Isned for the first time at St. John's hurch Wednesday for Walter Goche and Louise Lappe. The new baker, Gus Benjamin, op- nea for business Saturday in the G. Mrs. Seward Thornton and son, Rond, are picking corn for J. o. Mawdsley. Underkofler store. They ere from Sherburn, Minn. moved Mr, and Mrs. Joe Recker, -Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Recker, Jr., spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr\ J. M. Blanchard and Henry Recker at Buffal ° Center family and CheKAlme drove to Quim- ' Mrs - Alphonse Droessler had the by Sunday to visfjsthelr daughter, Mrs Auxiliary meet at her home Tuesday John sones and fa'mily. Their little evening, November 7, at 8 o'clock. Clara granddaughter, Beverly, jean sones, re- Nemmers and Mrs. Charles Baker as- turned home with them* ed visit. ind Mrs. Emil t™i K* 3 "? 1 ? u° f Administration meets * he J«d Kulow fiomc lu tonight at eight o'clock in the parson- Sunday. The Krafts also surprise party at the strom. Bernard and Mr and Mrs. Wordell motored to Carroll Pridav fnt* n. BVtm*t «+»» »*. t.\ Regardless of the inclemency of the weather Sunday, there was a good attendance at church. Cecil Koepke is husking corn for (Ralph Lage. Cecil is a brother of Ruby, who lives with the Frank Dits- worths. Mrs. Lucille Blanchard left Sunday to spend a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough of Lone Rock. Mrs. Laura Mantor of Waterloo, sister of Mrs. M. E. Blanchard was recently a guest at the Blanchard home on the Ridge road. Little Kenneth and Jtoyce Bockes children of John Bockes, south of Irvington, were week end guests at the home of their aunt, Mrs. E. A. Guderian of Algona. Mrs. John McDowell and Mrs. David Ward of Algona were last Wednesday guests of Mrs. Clarence Mawdsley. Mr. McDowell and Ward are teachers In the Algona 'high school. Mrs. Peccy Phillips nee Vivian Robison is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley of Plum Greek township. Perty is husking corn for Archie Curran in LuVerne township. The Aid society will meet Thursday Irma Qreiner had her tonsils removed at Mason city Monday morning, she will resume her work at the Ooeders dry goods store at the end of this week. The A. ttarlgs of St. Benedict weft visitors last week Wednesday at th* L. E. Martin home. Stanley parsons of Clinton, Minn.. came Thursday and is visiting relatives her e and la Algona. B. c. Potter has been laid off from com ftusWflg for « week wfth a badly mashed thumb. Much of the nail WM taken while he was handling tfle. Wednesdayevenlng of last week, Mrs. Clem Goodman entertained at a six o'clock dinner to honor of her own and Mrs. Mettle Hagg's birthdays and later at dancing. MRS. F. L TRIBON will sell Xmas Cards left from the Rice Gift shop in Obristenseu's Basement, Friday and Saturday, November .10 and 11. Every card must be sold. ^ mmmmt M Call Theatre _ Algona, Iowa " * --- - -- ____ Western Electric Wide Range Sound.-Here your guarantee you will get all the wonderful music from the big musicals. Upholstered seats' IS mu- the first of Dec. Mrs. Cox er daughter, Thursday and Friday, Nov. 9-10 T^n Baron Munchausen Jack Pearl vas you dere Scharlie?" Jtouny Durante, zasn PKte, Edna Mae OUv«- Ted Healy and hb 3 boys of WerfaeryW^W to "MEET THE BARON " s&ssevts s Also N"cw News and Paramount Shorts -- .. Sat., Armistice Day, Nov. 11 ^•••^^••^.^^H Give Your Family Laugh Without funny faces.B em naking Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Berens of chl- Sunday School and Bible class next I hostess"." Sunday at 10 a. m. _, — ..—. assisting Eleven were/present. A box with well filled baskets to help he celebrate her birthday. The afternoon o'clock, be regular order of worship! The Every Member canvass will be conducted next Sunday afternoon 'the Black of Irvlngton The program wll No. 6 Union „, nrogram wll be Bcenes take n from "Hiawatha" by ttmtain This Week's USED CAR SPECIAL 1931 Chevrolet Coupe, De Luxe new tires, six wheels, a good clean /ft n /V /V job at a good price for the buj;er. HT <l If I .Bumble seat, low mileage at___ M/CrW Mrs. Lillie ThoEpionT Neva" Thompl' I a ba7 c^Vswelli- ss^s^S^ 1^-5 eyi - = Mrs. Russell Thompson. developed I and " particle left in years ago and it was feared a dangerous Infection would set In but « Bovft Hurt he rjecelved immediate care and it was n OOyS nillt warded off and at present he is corn- in Bridge Accident h*?2£r2' th e A ,„ J-ne Laoies of the Auxiliary under Irvlngton: Paul Watson was the vie- L" 76 Erection of their president, Mrs. tun of a serious accident which occur- La w e nce Mousel will sponsor a ban- red Saturday evening when he and ?J? et and P r °8ram for the members of Henry Scheppman, jr., were returning the Legion, their wives, those of the from Algona. The boys were driving Auxiliary and their husbands at 6:45 east on McGregor street past the Wednesday evening in the Forester hall Lawrence Hutchlns farm where a new Count y Commander L. M. Merritt of bridge had been Installed and a drop Algtm , a and County Commander of the off had been left in the same condi- Auxiliary Ida B. Larson of Swea city Won as the Irvington bridge formerly wlu s ° eak ' ' J — * was. Paul's head was cut and a serious lbnnm " >f scalp wound resulted which necessitated the assistance of a physician in clamping and taking stitches. Johnson, mother of Mrs. Rome i, is rapidly improving from her recent serious Illness, she continues to remain tip during the entire day. Her daughter, Grace will remain to as- 1929 Oakland 'Coach , runs, drivea like new, only lu.OOO miles. 1932 V- Run* like new Coach- a real buy. Sea itl 1929 Chevrolet Coupe— 3 new tires—«ar In excellent shape. 1930 Pord Roadster— A bargain If you're looking for price. 1929 Pontiac Car— __ Pour new tires, motor, upholstery, finish, like new. Legion Auxiliary News GOOD HOPE NEWS PRESTONE, per gallon __ $ 2.95 ALCOHOL, per gallon, bulk Winterize your car. Change transmission and differential to Double X Aleraite Winter Lubrication. The American Legion Auxiliary units or the county have received three bulletins this week, the first of which asks each member to cooperate in the visiting of schools during "Education Week" which is nationally recognized as this week from November 6th to NOV. 12. over nl sht guest at This is to better acquaint the Auxt- Parsonage Tuesday, llary with the Ideals and achievements of the school systems. The second bulletin stresses Child Welfare and Family care. aid thousands of children to necessities of life; many destitute"children are placed in American homes and in other cases assistance is given to the widows of veterans and wives of disabled in keeping their families togeth- 'Ft Bulletin number three announces an . ... was a dinner guest at the Fred plumb home last Sunday. ,5^ John Pulfrey of Garner was an the Good Hope ••• ucauuy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchett are sa?f,?£ Ot *, i fln f eighfc pound boy born Saturday of last week. Brotherhood Mrs. Edna Barker returned to her home at Wlndom, Minn., last Saturday after having spent a week helping care for her mother, Mrs. Wm. Rutledge, whose condition remains the same. Mrs. Dell Barker of Waldorf, Minn, remained at the Rutledge home to assist for the present. There were 12 present at the womans 1 farm bureau meeting held last Friday at the home of Mrs. A. J. Keen with Mrs. Leaverton, H. D. A. presiding. The next meeting will be Dec. 8 at the Chas. Egel home on the Ridge road. The lesson will be -Home Sanitation and Home Safety for Iowa." ST. BENEDICT NEWS 2:30 matinee, surprise. It's a Okenf , Moment EL BRENDBL Additional comedy— Charley Chase, Mickey Mouse, Serial Kit Carson. Armistice Day Musical Trailer. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Nov. 12-13-14 You Kossuth Co. Patrons should be happyl You get the big road show musical. 100 blondes- brunettes—redheads, Tuneful music—pretty girls -hilarious comedy. Your money back if not fully pleased. Drive 50 miles! Now on tde screen after 52 weeks on Broadway! /ear's Biggest Mutlcal Comedy! * JAMB DUNN *JUNE KNIGHT * LILLIAN ROTH * Cliff EDWARDS * LILIAN BOND * DOROTHY LEE *LONA ANDRE d by Uuraura Schwab In onoclollo. with William M»nl« |r|c. near future. at an . be announced in the M((!= AU Al . , Ui X , ta Albri B hfc was home from the week end. she T-, , s Molne s . accompanied toy Miss Elsie Black ' the same place. Several auto loads of Good Hope , ope additional radio feature which will take Iadies wer e at Whittemore last Thurs)lace on the second Thursday of each ""^ as guests of the Whittemore L. A. Kent Motor Co. (Pars Priced to Move—and TERMS, month at 2:15 P. M. over WOO-WHO which is an addition to the monthly program which for the past year or more has been coming over WOI, Ames on the last Friday of each month. This Thursday, Nov. 9th, a special Armistice Day program will be featured, with Mrs. Winnlfred Nlggemeyer of Fort Madison, president of the Iowa Auxiliary, being the speaker. The Argonne unit quartet of Des Moines, winner of the championship at the state convention at Sioux city will also be on the program. All persons having access to a radio, whether an Auxiliary member or not, are cordially invited to listen ta to better acquaint themselves with Auxiliary «u > " 1 7.¥ r ? > *" *•• L * Me ' County Publicity Qhajrnjan. S. and Birthday club. The Rust Colored singers who entertained us so splendidly last year will be with us again tfils year on Nov. 21 Mark the date on your calendar and plan to be present. Mrs. will Rath was hostess to the district No. 8 parent teachers group on last. Friday entertaining at the school house. There was 100 per cent attendance and an enjoyable evening The November meeting of the Algona sub-district preachers and their wives was held at Good Hone parsonage Wednesday. The group Includes representatives from Algona, Wesley Burt, Titbnka, LuVerne, west Bend | and Good Hope. Mrs. Wm. Wiener and son, Robert, were callers at the A. J. Fehr home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reding and son of St. Joe were visitors at the Wm. Arndorfer home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rlcke and son of Wesley visited the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs. Ohas. Stufflick last Friday. Miss Irene Clnk, who Is attending Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clnk. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Seller and their daughter, Imogene Marie, spent Sunday at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. chas. Downs at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Husohka and family, Mrs. Anna Huschka and Lorraine and Louisa "Huschka were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Ben Recker. Mr. and Mrs. George Simons are the happy parents of a 7% pound baby gin, born to them last week Tuesday. The Simons have one other child a boy, ?'/& years old. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. potthoff, Br., and the latter's daughter, Helen, and son, Francis Raskopf of Halbur spent the week end with Mrs. Potthoff's mother, Mrs. Anna Husohka and other relatives. Mrs. E. F. Rahm and son, Maurice, of Des Moines came Friday and spent several days with Mrs. joe Rahm, Sr., and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ?nillip schemel at Algona. Ther re- urned to Des Moines Sunday. Watch Jimmy Dunn and UkeleU, ike, cliff Edwards-they steal the 1 And New News—one Day Old. Wednesday, Thursday, Fri., Nov.15-16-17 Thursday Matinee at 2 30. ONLY WARNER BROS. COULD MAKE IT! The uijUiT .Ti-Jlon of iiuui- • i'al ^liow» (he glillcr- ing glories of "(iuMUiggcrs" ant) "-Und Slrt-tC" with a new \voiidcr allow! T1ICIIT ARADE 300Gidi—1OOO Sutpriios '20 Slur* — including JAMES CAGNEY RUBY KEELER DICK POWELL JOAN BLONDELL

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