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The Algofla tTpper Des Moiries, Algona, lowft, Nov. 9, Pupils of the high school and the teachers were entertained at a party at the high school Friday night. The guests first met in the auditorium where stunts were performed by each class and also the teachers. Clever jokes on numerous persons present were then "screened" on the wall in some manner. Following |hat they then went to the gym where refreshments were served. Dancing was enjoyed later with music furnished by an or- chetra under the direction of D. Wayne R. colllns. This party was sponsored by the S. O. O. S. (Spirit of Our School) which is made up of the following members: two pupils elected from the senior class, two from the junior class, one from the sophomore Class, one member of each of these classes who formerly belonged to.this club are retained, the presidents: of each class, the yell leaders and Miss Frances Messer, who is the faculty sponsor. Evelyn Smith is president of this unique club and Ha Leffert IS chairman of the entertainment committee.' Honor Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ingham— A 6:30 dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ingham of Des Molnes, who were visiting here during the week ehd because of the Congregational Jubilee, was given by Mr. and Mrs. J. T.; Chrlschllles Saturday evening. Other 1 j guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Murtagh, Mrs. F. W. Dlngley and . Helen Dlngley. The remainder of the evening was spent informally in visiting. Mr.; and Mrs. F. w. Dlngley and daughter, Helen, entertained for Mr. and Mrs. Ingham at a 7 o'clock dinner Sunday evening. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chrischllles were "other dinner guests. AuxlUiry Meeting*-!' Members 'of the American Legion Auxiliary met last' Friday at the Legion hall. Ovef 45 members were present. Education Week, which is this week) was discussed on the program presented and all mothers were urged to visit the schools. Cards were played the remainder of the evening and Mrs. L. M. Merrit received first prize. The meeting was sponsored by Mrs. Frank Green's division. Honor Co-worker— A house warming party which was also a surprise party was given for Segrid Strom last Wednesday evening by the other employees of the Goeders dry goods store. Segrld recently took an apartment with two other girls at the Lathrop home. The guests came immediately after closing hour and brought the supper which was enjoyed. The remainder of the evening was spent informally. Honor Mrs. Walter Paine Parsons— There was an informal gathering of the old settlers who were here for the Congregational Jubilee Saturday even- ening at the H. R. Cowan home in honor of Mrs. cowan's aunt, Mrs. Walter Paine Parsons of Des Moines. About twenty of her friends and pioneer ladles were present. The ladles en- Joyed themselves in reminiscing about former times. A luncheon was served later. (Entertains at 6:30 Dinner- Mrs, j. E. Mason was hostess at a 3:30 dinner party Thursday evening at which 16 guests were present. Following the dinner bridge was played and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott received first prize. Mrs. H. C. Frederick received second prize and Mrs. W. G. McCullough the low prize. Annual Meet of W. C. T. U.— The annual evening meeting of the W. C. T. U. will be held at the Neal Smith home Tuesday, November 14. A covered dish dinner will be served at 6:30, after which a special program will be given. All members and friends are invited to attend this meeting. P. T. A.— The County Council of P. T. A. of which Mrs. Roy Budlong of Titonka is chairman, has issued an invitation to hold a county meeting of the P. T. A. at Titonka next Tuesday at 2:00 o'clock. A state officer from Waterloo is ex- P. T. A. Meet ssccew— The F. f. A. attendance Monday eight exceeded the capacity of the music room and following the •orchestra numbers the group adjourned to the assembly room where Miss Bonnstetter gave an Interesting talk on welfare work and Supt. Laing followed with a timely address on the Aims of American Education Week. In an effort to achieve cooperation between teachers and school patrons the P. T. A. offered three banners this year, which were awarded Monday night. The membership banner became the possession of Miss Wilson's room for the school year. The other two are traveling banners and will be awarded at each meeting to the winning rooms Miss Godfrey's room received the visitors' banner. Her room was visited by nine mothers during October. The seventh grade had the largest number of parents and friends at the P. T. A meeting, hence received the attendance banner. Study groups for parents of adolescent and pre-adolescent children were organized, the former under the leadership of Rev. Heuser will meet In the Music room the third Monday of each month at 7:30 p. m. The latter group will meet at the school house at 2:30 p. m. on the third Wednesday of the month with Mrs. coffin as leader. If you are interested in Child Study and Parent Training you are invited to join these groups whether or not you are a P. T. A. member. A third group for mothers of preschool age children will be organized if there. is sufficient demand for it. If interested In such a group, notify Mrs. David Ward. Home Missionary Society— Begnning at 10 oclock a group meeting of the leaders of the Algona district of the woman's Home Missionary society was held at the Methodist church Tuesday. Representatives from Burt, LuVerne, Titonka, Estherville, Garner and Algona were present. Mrs. Faith Paul of Titonka, president of the district, presided over the meeting. Plans were made for the coming year, but this is more of an inspirational meeting as leaders tell of their experiences and successes. Inspirational talks were given by each of the district officers and during the quiet hour at noon several selections were sung by Mrs. A. E. Michel and by a quartet of Algona women. At noon a covered dish luncheon was enjoyed and at 3:30 the meeting was adjourned. Birthday Club Honors Two- Mrs. Emll Guderian and Mrs. L. W. Swanson Of 'Wlhlttemore entertained their Birthday club last Wednesday evening in honor of the birthdays of two of the club members, Mrs. H. A. Carey and Mrs. Frank Ostrum. Both of the birthdays occurred in October. Bridge was enjoyed during the evening. Mrs. Roy Crawford of Whittemore received first prize, Mrs. Matt Zittritsch second prize, and Mrs. Ralph Brown and Mrs. James Allen received the low score prizes. Mrs. Walter Falb of West Bend and Mrs. Matt Zittritsch were the guests of the evening. Academy Party Tuesday Eve.— The second party of a series of three was held at St. Cecelia's academy oh Tuesday evening. Cards were played the first of the evening, there being about 24 tables. Miss Mary Biggins and Walter Falb of West Bend received high prizes in bridge and Mrs. Agnes Miller and John Erpelding received high prizes In five hundred. A lunch was then served and following that dancing was enjoyed. Three Couples Entertain— Mrs. Raymond Norton, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith an'd Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore entertained a group of their friends at a bridge party Wednesday evening. Mrs. w. G. McCullough won the ladies' high prize and Dr. H. E. WoodwR^d of Whittemore won the men's high prize. Following a delightful luncheon the group then went to the dance at the I. O. O. F. hall. Honor Patient at Hospital— Mrs. H. B. Mason, who is confined to her bed in the Kossuth hospital because of a broken leg suffered some time ago celebrated her 66th birthday Monday. Numerous friends called on Pastor Meets Many Rev. J. Robert Hoerner, above, new pastor of the Algona congre- gatlonal church, had the pleasure of meeting many early pioneer members of the local church when the Diamond Jubilee of the church was held here last week, and many old-timers returned for the occa- son. Rev. Hoerner came here recently from Whiting. JOHN ESTLE, IMAM BOY, 15, IS VICTIM OF BLOOD POISON LAST WEEK WHITTEMORE PLAY WELL RECEIVED High School Cast Does Well in "The Cheerful Liar", Crowd Declares pected to speak on the program. jher throughout the entire day bring- ng cards and gifts and good wishes. Dinner at Hotel- Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Ingham of Des Moines entertained a few of their friends Sunday at a one o'clock dinner at the Algona hotel. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. chrischilles, Mrs. F. W. Dlngley and Helen Dingley. Delphdans Meet Wednesday— The Delphian'society met this Wednesday yfternoon at the home of Mrs. J. L. Bonar. Mrs. W. G. McCullough had charge of the program and gave a resume of the book, "Life of Benjamin West, First American Author." Celebrates Tenth Birthday- Russell Thorpe, son of Mr. and Mrs F. L. Thorpe, celebrated his tenth birthday Sunday. Three boys, Wilbur and Loren Courtney and Arthur Grosenbach, were present at dinner and helped him celebrate. Bridge Club Entertained— A bridge club whose members are a group of neighbors, met at the Abner Long home on Monday evening. No prizes are given for high scores bui each score is kept and settled at the end of the year. ». A. E. Guest Day— The D. A. R. will observe their annual Guest Day at a one o'clock luncheon Tuesday, November 14, at the home of Mrs. Anna Fairbanks. The proeram is in charge of the social committee. R. N. A. Meet Thursday— The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 at I. O. O. F. ball. A short program and social hour will follow the business meeting. Every member is requested to invite a guest. Baptist I-oyal Clas»— The Baptist Loyal Class will meet Thursday, November 9, with Mrs. Harvey Ooleman. Mesdames George Hofius, Bertha Dally and Miss Anna Ingersoll will assist her. Mr. and Mrs. David O. Ward entertained at a dinner Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. A- E. Clayton and Harold and Jean. Mrs. Susie Ensier entertained the Thimble club Thursday at b« home at Mrs. Estelle Sabina. tlrs. Mason was also presented with a birthday cake baked by one of her neighbors. Woman's Club Thursday— National Book week will be observed at the Friday afternoon meeting of the Woman's club. Roll call is to be answered with the name of Iowa authors. Mrs. Lura Sanders, city librarian, will talk on children's book week and Mrs. B. P. Richardson will discuss Iowa in Story. Mrs. Claude Samson and Mrs. Clara Lewis will be hostesses. Oyster Supper Benefit— There will be an old fashioned oyster supper at the Henry Tjaden home In Plum Creek township Friday evening, November 10. The supper will be held for the benefit of the St. Thomas Episcopal church. Serving will begin at 5:30. An advertisement appears elsewhere in the paper. Mrs. Roy Keen Hostess- Mrs. Roy Keen entertained her bridge club Monday evening. Three table prizes were given with Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mrs. Milton Norton and Mrs. Fred Kent receiving them. Marie Wehler was a guest of the evening. Birthday Club Meets- Mrs. M. P. Haggard entertained her Birthday club whose members number twelve, Tuesday evening at a 6:30 covered dish dinner. Following the dinner bridge was enjoyed the remainder of the evening. To Entertain Guild— Mrs. Glen Shore will entertain the St. Thomas Guild Thursday, November 8, at two-thirty. Mrs. Shore entertaln- the St. Thomas Sunday School last Friday evening. Whittemore: The pupils of the pubic ihigh school presented a play, "The 3heerful Liar," Sunday evening. It was certainly well presented. The characters of the play were: Edwin Mallory, Alvera Behnke, Raymond Balgeman, June Wehrspan, Matilda Wagner, Lydia Meyer, George Taylor, x Swanson, John Fish, Fred Fish, Leo' Dogotch, Robert Volght, Richard Shellmeyer, Lillian Heidenwith. They all took their parts well and it was iard to tell who was the best. There was a large crowd in attendance. Mrs. J. S. Cullen visited relatives in Emmetsburg last Wednesday. Mrs. Mike Kollasch is on the sick 1st. Her many friends hope to see her 'Ut soon. Will Meehan of Ayrshire visited his irother, Joe Meehan last Friday. He ilso visited with friends. Delores Finnell returned to Rock 'alls to resume her duty of teaching after a week of vacation, Terry Cullen of Charles City Is spend- ing'the week visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Peter Kollasch, sr., received word on Monday evening of the death of Mrs. Tony Kollasch of swea City. The funeral will be Wednesday morning at 9:30 at Ledyard. Joseph Loebach received word Monday morning of the death of his sister, Christina at Lenore, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Loebach left Monday evening by train to attend the funeral. Adolph Miller and daughters, Alma, Esther and Evelyn of Sutherland, Iowa, attended the Will Bierstedt funeral. They were accompanied home by Rose Barto, who will visit for a time. Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Weaver entertained a number of their friends at a wedding dance at the Elmer Weaver home last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver were recently married. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and daughter, UuoiUe attended a quilting for Mona Dunn last Friday afternoon at the home of her mother, Mrs. Geo. Dunn. Miss Dunn Is to be married soon. < A number of relatives and neighbors pleasantly surprised Mrs. John Erue last Thursday evening, the event being her birthday. They spent the evening visiting after which a delicious lunch was served. Whittemore friends of Edmond Carmody of Cylinder were pleased to learn of him being appointed receiver of the Graettlnger bank. Mrs. Carmody has worked in the Cylinder bank for a number of years. FOR "SALE— Ont set of 32 volt batteries for lighting plant. — Clapp's Master Service, West of Court House. 45 Parents, Brothers and Sisters Sun ire; Funeral Services Held Nov. 1 Ledyard: John William Estle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Estle of Ledyard, was born Sept. 19,1918, at Grant township and he died at the Bancroft hospital Oct. 30th, 1933, of blood poisoning after an illness of 6 days. The family lived at Grant until 1922 when they moved to a farm near Lakota remaining there 3 years and then moving into Lakota in 1925. On Oct. 29, 1938, they moved to Ledyard where John attended the high school until his death. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, November 1, at the home and at the Methodist church with Rev. F. O. Johnson officiating and burial was made in the Ledyard cemetery. John was a member of the Lakota Methodist church, having joined in April, 1932. He leaves to mourn his loss his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle of Ledyard, sister, Mrs. Henry Mtchell of Lakota, Mrs. Emory Smith of Lakota, Mrs. Raymond Winters of Swea City and Lee, Dale, Ruth, LeRoy, Jeane, Velda, Doris and Norma at home, six of his classmates acted p.s pall hearers Jack Moulton, Leonard Warner, Howard Dyed, Armln Schultz, Arvid Brandt, and Wm, Barnes. Out of town relatives who attended the funeral were: Mrs. Kathryn Schoer, and son, Walter of Minneapolis, Mrs. Ann Brassfleld of Alden and Mrs. C. L. McCoy and son, Everett of Brltt. Mrs. L. C. Strand has been ill this past week with the flu. Juanlta Underkofler spent the week epd at her home in Brltt. Ruth Jones and Adelaide Randall spent the week end in Algona. Reuben Green of Albla, Minn., visited at his home over the week end. The sewing circle met at the home of Mrs. Edward Halverson last Monday night. The senior class enjoyed a party on Friday night in the L. A. Nltz school house. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett were Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Olson home. Clifford Jenks left last Monday for Indiana, where he has work selling valve reseaters. Jack Lynch and Jack Welch attended the state cornhusking contest near Audubon Friday. Genevieve Kltley and Harold Granner spent the week end at Hardy at Miss Kitieys home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arndt and son of Guckeen attended the Estle funeral here last Wednesday. D. A. Carpenter, H. A. Mayne and Tice Brack were business callers in Mankato last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Welfare, and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris were Fair, mont shoppers Saturday. Alice Dunham was iU several days this past week and unable to be at school. Mrs. Barrett substituted for her. Mrs. Fred Schoer and son of Minneapolis, sister of Mrs. Bay Estle, came last Tuesday to attend the funeral of John Estle. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne and family visited Mrs. Mayne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Nuenfetdt at Alden Saturday and Sunday. George Thompson was ill several days last week with the flu and on Saturday was unable to carry the mail. Lawrence pingle substituted for him. Wm. Flynn's father, M. Flynn of Buffalo Center is very ill at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn were there Thursday and Friday evenings and Sunday. Mrs. L. W. Wlemer and Bill, Mrs. Mary Tillmoney and Janice Williams visited in Des Moines and at the John Tillmoney home in Ames over the week end. The first home basketball games will be played Friday night with Rake. Both boys and girls teams will play. Everyone come out and boost these teams. The interclass tournament which was to have been held Thursday and Friday nights was postponed due to the death of John 'Estle and will be played Monday and Tuesday nights. There will be a general farm bur- au meeting Friday night at the Roland Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nltz and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eggerth are on the program committee. Mrs. D. A. Carpenters brother, 8. D. Entwlstle of Elbow Lake, Minnesota, and her nephew Milton Lobb of Wln- nebago were visiting at the D. A. Carpenter home Thursday afternoon. Friends In Ledyard have received word of the marriage of Miss Luella Junkemeier of Albert City and Alfred Schadendorf of Ledyard. The marriage took place at the bride's home several weeks ago. Mrs. A. E. Laurltzen and Jerry visited Mrs. Lauritzen's sisters at Renwick Thursday, Friday and Saturday while Mr. Laurltzen attended the state teachers' meeting at Des Moines. V. A. Barrett accompanied Mr. Laurltzen to Des Moines. Gus Wlnkleman and sons of Wheaton, Illinois and Helen Jensen of Buffalo Center visited at the Glenn Yahnke home last Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Winkleman left Wednesday for Wheaton but the boys stayed to spend the winter with relatives at Buffalo Center. The M. E. Ladies' Aid was entertained at the Lakota Methodist church last Thursday afternoon by Mrs. F. O. Johnson in a joint meeting with Lakota at which Mrs. Grabau was hostess. Those who attended from here were Mesdames Thompson, Pingle, J. Mayne, Nitz, Olson, Looft, Knoner, Yahnke, Mayer, H. Mayne, Jenks, Green, J. T. Welfare, Halverson, Wiemer, Schultz and C. Gable. |»»i8»i9»»«8»»m8»»»»»»M««S They have Mrs. Fred A number of young people vletauy are taking cart in a comedy, "Silly 8oy>" to Je given in Livermort.on November *' Eugene Thul Thomas, Lawrenee. er drove to pocahontas Sunday afternoon to visit with Sister Mary Oeor- . and MM. Eugene Welter and family from near Rockwell City were Sunday visitors at the George Sohaljer home. Mrs. Welter is a sister of Mrs. Schaller. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sorensen are the parents of an 8% poundboy born test week Monday night. one other child, a girl. Dole of irvington Is caring for mother and baby. Mrs. William Hammer received word last Monday of the death of her grandfather, George Dailey, sr., who lives near Humboldt. Funeral services were held last week Wednesday in Humboldt. Francis McConnell. who is in the army, came home last Thursday to spend a few days visiting his mother, Mrs. E. McConnell. He expects to get a three months' furlough beginning in December. A Kossuth county crew of men began work Friday on a new flood bridge to be constructed on a West Bend road lettered "Y". The road is near the McNelll Champlin oil station north of ihere and leads west from Highway No. 169. Word was received here by relatives Wednesday evening that Laura Frideres who makes her home with the John Fabers of near West Bend under. went an operation for ruptured appendix Wednesday night at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolfe and son, Will, of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. James Reding and family and Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and Rosalia Frld- eres were Sunday afternoon visitors at the John Reding home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud entertained relatives and friends last week Tuesday night at a Hallowe'en party in their home. The Hallowe'en spirit was used throughout the evening with ghosts and goblins popping in and out amongst the dancers. Lunch was served at a late hour. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Decker are the parents of a boy born Wednesday, VWW PHOTOGRAPHS FOR XMA5 Have them made now. Onr s<odio is open Sunday and evenings by-appointment until Christmas for jour convenience. >PETERSON'S STUDIO Iowa. We may be crazy -Jto continue these low tire prices, but, "our sales indicate that our customers appreciate buying at prices near their income level. Pharia Roadgripnfers 40 to 60 per cent off standard lisV.^aamble Stores. PUBLIC SALE At the Riddle Sale Pavilion Four blocks east of C. & N. W. By. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1933 at one o'clock sharp Phone 79 100 heart of western ewes, solid mouthed, 4 and 5 years old. These sheep are at our yard and can be seen any time. A number of boars of all breeds, if you have a few to sell get them in for this sale as we will have the buyers. We have listed some of the best boars that can be found in the county, if you need some good line of any breed be on hand. Hogs must be vaccinated before brought to sale. Several head of cattle insluding 2 good Swiss cows fresh about two weeks. These are A-l cows. Other good cows, steers and heifers. All kinds of furniture, 1000 feet of rope, %" to 1%". Several heating stoves, including one circulating heater. Gas engine, 2% H. P. Our lunch room will be open to serve yon with a good hot lunch, come and spend the day with us and buy what you are looking for. TERMS—Cash, No property to be removed until settled for. C O, RIDDLE Auctioneer , Specials Preserves, 2 Ib. jar Self -Rising Pan- 1 Q r cake Flour, pkg. __ lot Pumpkin, large 21/2 size, 2 for __ ? "" Coolspring Toma- f C :. to Juice, 2 cans __ w *' Fancy Fig Bars, Ginger Snaps, 2 Yellow Pop Corn, 7 Ibs. for Complete Line of Fresh Meats, Fruits, and Vegetables. the Half or Whole Beef by the Quarter We will grind and Stuff Sausage for You Top Price for Eggs H.R. Sorensen & Co. We Deliver Phone 138 and 139 wvwwwwuwvwwwwv 1 last w«k Sunday, mond Metzen were jack CUftmflghMft u. week of the death ot-~ --~.~ law Joseoh C. Bines from ROTi «wu- tana who died suddenly on Motefcy, -toberM, df a pftrMyMc sttttk* it the * of 61 yeaf*. Be W* ttttWWd la 1M7 to Teresa Cunningham from near at Joe, who died 1ft 1918 while their home waim the »e.t. Both ittiand Mrs Bines were bom and reared ft Sis'vicinity and were well known nerq. PHOTOGRAPHS FOR XMA8 Have them made now. Onr stodlo to open Sunday •** matnf* by appointment until Christmas for your con- Iowa. 30 COME IN and SEE the NEW BATTERIES Firestone Batteries spin the motor every time you step on the starter —cold or warm •weather —it makes no difference I We have new powerful Firestone Batteries on display— come in and see them. Eveready Prestone O AC per gallon £•«/«! <r. P. A. Glycreine 1 AC per gallon l<rW 188 Proof Alcohol CA r per gallon '__ W\* Winter Grease for Transmission and Differential Winter Oils Used Tires 25o 60c ~ Tire Service Co. "Vic" "Mac'' Phone 856 •••••••••••••••••• Kossuth Hospital Newg November 2, Mrs. Laura Freiders of Ottosen entered as a surgical patient. November 2, Mrs. Rose Joss of Elmore, Minn., entared for surgery. November 5, Wm. Hansen of Wesley entered as a surgical patient. November 3, Ole Handland of Algona entered for medical treatment. November 7, Howard Kaiper of bt, Joe entered as a surgical patient. General Hospital News November I, Claude Hanes entered for treatment to his right eye injured in accident. WeBought these Gorgeously Furred Coats ' ' 'at the lowest prices we have seen this season If we'd bought them a few weeks ago, we'd have to sell them for ; we bought them a few days ago-at the lowest prices of the season! turers were overstocked—because of the prolonged warm people from buying. They had to start their large ( even at a great^ sacrifice like this. We got in at the prices later. Precious Furs Like These All Hand Tailored Manchurian Wolf, Black Lapin, French Beaver, Caracul, Vicuna Fox. All Coats are Silk Lined and heavily interlined. Sizes for almost everyone, COATS worth to $50 $36.75 Christensen Bros. Co. 8 "Algona's Garment Center." "*" """"* ^ w * "^ % ^•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••y^ ' ""^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BBBBIBlBBBi^^

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