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The Algona Upper Des Moineg, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 9,1933 Margaret Moffia spent the Week end in Cedar Falls attenaibg homecoming. Joe Lowe and E. j. MeEvoy drove to Emmewbnrg last Thursday on business. Mrs. Wade Sullivan spent Monday in Emmetsburg where she visited her mother. , Lydla Manstttth of Burt spent the week end with her sister. Mrs. L. W. OUlesple. E. J. McEvoy and Eugene McMah- cn drove to Whlttemore Friday afternoon on business. Gus SJogren and A. T. Tweet left for Rochester Sunday where they will spend a few days. Grace Miller and Ruth Jackson drove to towa city where they saw the Iowa- Ames game Saturday. Mrs. Henry Jbhannsen, 8r., sprained her ankle last Friday while working in the basement'Of her home. Miss Kathryn Thilges of LeMars spent the first part of the week at the J. P. Thilges home In Algona. Mrs. J. C. Kresensky returned to her home Friday after visiting with her son, Louis, in Mankato, for the past month. The Misses Mary Thilges and Eileen O'Brien of Algona were Sunday dinner gueste at the H. M. Thilges home In ,. St. joe.^ • ••••' •' \ x *»*i!#'and Mrs. j. E. Mason spent the week end In Ringsted visiting the latter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Darnell. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith spent the week end at Iowa City and saw the Iowa-Ames -football game Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hlntz and son, Arnold, motored to Ventura last Sunday afternoon to visit the Conrad Rls- tau home. Mrs. Maude Marten Cowan, sister of H. R. Cowan, returned to her home In Minneapolis, ' Wednesday, after spending a week here. Harriet Smith, who Is attending Momlngslde College for her last year, spent the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal smith. Mrs. Elizabeth Hill of Bradgate, Iowa, returned to her home Monday after visiting here for the past two-weeks with her nephew, V. H. Coffin. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Webster moved into the Butts house on North Phillips street last Wednesday. They formerly lived at 55 Fair street. Bob Harrington, Gordon Dewel and Evelyn Bode drove to Iowa City last •week end and were among those who saw the Iowa-Ames football game. Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck and son, Michael, spent Sunday In Eagle Grove visiting the former's parents. His brother, Dr. Emmet V. Keneflck, of St. Paul also visited his parents In Eagle Grove that day. L. A. oopp returned several days ago from a trip into Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ingh&m returned to their home in Des Molnes Monday. evening after spending several days here during the Congregational jubilee. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henklns of Thorp, Wisconsin, visited last Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White. ters. The two ladles are sis- Emma spongberg, accompanied by a friend, Miss Killernan of Stanley, spent the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Spongberg. Emma is a teacher now at Stanley. Hoyt Raney, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney, spent the week end at his home. Hoyt is attending the Iowa State College at Ames for the fourth year, studying veterinary. Mrs. O. D. Stokes and Mrs. Ralph Horigan drove to Spencer for the week end. Mrs. Stokes visited relatives and Mrs. Horigan visited her husband who Is now in the shoe business there. Mrs. S. W. Thompson left for her home In Lexington, Kentucky, Sunday evening after visiting her brother, G. H. Ogg and sister, Mrs. Louis McWhorter, for the past five weeks. Marlene Gillesple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, spent the week end with her aunt, Mrs. Philip Puffer at Corwlth. Her parents drove to Corwlth after her Sunday evening. Margaret Habeger, Margaret Vlgars and Ella Zumach, all students at the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, are expected home this week for a visit with their respective parents. ' Burnetta Bonnstetter, student at the Drake University at Des Molnes, underwent an operation for apepndicltis Sunday evening at the Methodist hospital. From last reports she Is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tuttle drove to Des Molnes Thursday evening where they visited relatives. Mr. Tuttle also attended a meeting of the salesmen of the Des Moines Drug company. They returned home Saturday. Rev. P. J. Braner preached the jubilee sermon to his former congregation at LuVerne last Sunday forenoon. The Lutheran church at LuVerne celebrated the 25th anniversary of the existence of their parish school. Max Richardson, a student at the Iowa State College at Ames, spent the week end at his home here. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Richardson, drove back with him to Ames. They returned that same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Al Spongberg spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Sioux Gene Neville and Howard Vinson drove to Hiawatha, Kansas, last week Tuesday. the Methodist l&dlea served 400 people at their chicken pie supper Saturday night. Mrs. a. J. Dooley has been forced back to bed again with a recurrence of her old Illness. The W. M. F. S. of the Methodist church meets Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Earl Mason. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Berry of Winnebago, Minnesota, visited at the Sid J. Backus home Sunday. At the Swedish Lutheran cafetaria supper and bazaar last Wednesday evening over 175 were served. Mrs. Susie Engler and Mrs. Rose Anderson spent Tuesday and Wednesday last week in Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Danson and little son were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Danson at Corwlth. Mrs. Milton Dahl and daughter, JoAnn, returned Friday evening after a two weeks' visit at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. O. S..Llndsay visited their daughter, Mrs. Fred Bunker, at Paton, Iowa, over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre spent Tuesday in Mason City where Mr. LaBarre went for business reasons. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand went to Spencer Monday to attend a district LUVERNE WOMAN, 80, LAID TO REST; FIVE GRANDSONS ARE PALLBEARERS WHITTEMORE NEWS mission meeting. Tuesday. They returned on Falls, South Dakota, Visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Ros\ Ward. Mrs. Ward returned here wnjhrtlwj will visit here for some Wme. " "->-^noon. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bruellman of Mr, and Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and son, Bobble, spent Sunday in Mason City, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbeslng. Mrs. Chet Schoeneman of Cherokee visited Frances Zender Saturday and Sunday. She and Frances were school friends at Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laldley and two little daughters, Jean and Marguerite of Esther-villa spent Sunday at the Howard vlnson home. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire left on Sunday evening for Chicago where they attended the World's Fair. They are expected back today. Mrs. L. E. Potter returned last week Wednesday from a two weeks' visit with her daughter, Mrs. Alta Stiles and sons in Charles City. Two Des Molnes photographers, Clarence Sandburg and Lloyd Rice, visited Will Brown, manager of the Peterson Studio, over the week end. Mrs. G. D. Brundage and Mrs. E. F. Gorman spent Tuesday in Mason City where Mrs. Brundage visited friends and Mrs. Gorman visited her mother. Mrs. Ert DeZellar and Sister M. isa- dore spent Saturday at Fort Dodge, where they visited the latter's sister, Sister Charlotte, in the Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W- A. White drove to Thompson last Wednesday to attend the funeral of the former's uncle, Luke Mi*. Marie Brummond Had Been HI Since July With Heart Trouble LuVerne: Mfg. Marie Brummond who has been 111. Since July with heart trouble and complications, passed aw- njr Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 1, 1933, about three o'clock at the home of her daughter, MM. Pay Nlver. with whom she has made her home the past twenty-one years. She was born In May, 1853, and had reached the age of 10 years. Her husband proceeded her In death In 1905. She leaves to mourn three daughters, Mrs. Elaine Legge, of West Virginia, Mrs. Minnie Nlver of LuVeme, Mrs. Delia Peitzke of Webster City and three sons, Herman Jr., and Will of Kanawha and George of Claremont, Minnesota, eighteen grandchildren and two great grandchildren and a host of friends. Funeral services were held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nlver Saturday afternoon at 1:00 and at the Evangelical church In Kanawha at 2:30 conducted by Rev. wm. Baddeley of the M. E. church and Rev. Shearer, former pastor of the church at Kanawha. The five grandsons and one nephew were pallbearers. Music was rendered by Mrs. Opal Morrison, interment was made In the cemetery at Kanawha. Mr. and Mrs. George Brummond and family of Claremont, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brummond, Mr. and Mrs. Will Brummond of Kanawha, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peitzke and son of Webster City attended the services of their mother. School Anniversary The 25th anniversary of the parochial school was celebrated Sunday, November 5th, at the church. Rev. Braner, of Algona, a former pastor of the Lutheran church here, gave a talk In the morning and a program was given by the children of the school. At noon the ladies of the congregation served dinner In the basement of the church and in the was a talk by Rev. Webster City. afternoon there W. Fleischer of There were several and Rossiter, which was held that after- THIS WEEK ONLY Ironing Boards __$1-69 American Electric heat- ;• ers, 'just the heat for your bftiih room ^._$2,19 -..-. ..-,«,.!».. ,: rx .,- / y,:, ti( . . ^. .^ Wash Bowl and Pitcher Sets 6 qt. pitcher, large bo.wl, white $1.65 Hot Shot Batteries 1.45 Dry Cells — 23c Heavy Duty Eadio batteries $1,39 Coal Hod, 17 size, galvanized 49c Coal Hod, 17 size blk 39c Aluminum Dripolators, 8 cup 98c Aluminum Dripolators, 6 cup -89c Kohlhaas & Spilles gvwvuwwwvuwuvwwvwv West Bend, Mrs. Mary Schlup of Lamar, Missouri, and her two sons, Wm. and Waldemar were visitors at the D. J. Habeger home Monday. The two iadies are aunts of Mr. Habeger. Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Bishop drove to Traer, Iowa, Sunday to get the former's mother, Mrs. Margaret Bishop, who has been spending the summer with her niece, Mrs. John McCune. Mrs. Blshoo will spend the winter here with her son. Esther Dearchs, Mildred Poole, Lauro "'Mr. and Mrs. Don O'Rourke of Sioux City" • were Thursday visitors of Mr. and MSS. Oscar Anderson. Mr. O'Rourke t>avels for the Johnson Biscuit Company. Mrs. Kate* Stacy Bassett of Sheldon arrived Thursday at the Dr. A. L. Rist home for a vislt.during the Congrega- Hoelscher, Esther Quinsy, and Mary Jane Lewis ,eona Smith drove to Cedar Palls in the Dearchs car on Friday and spent the week end attending homecoming. They returned on Sunday evening. Mrs. Anna Skinner has rented her home on South Minnesota street to Josh Blossom and will leave soon for Fort Dodge where she will rent an apartment together with her daughter, Kate Skinner, who is teaching in the high school there. •Mr. and Mrs. waiter parsons of Des Moines spent from Friday until Monday here visiting at the D. P. Smith and H. R. Cowan homes. Mrs. Pai- sons spoke at the Congregational church Sunday. Sba Is an aunt of Mrs. Cowan and Doa Smth. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christensen and baby and the former's mother, Mrs. M. J. Quinn drove to Hull, Iowa, on Sunday to visit at the home of Mrs. Quinn's brother, Gene Hogan. Mrs. Quinn remained and will visit there for some time. "Bud" Quinn, who is now at Pipestone, Minnesota, also visited at Hull Sunday. On the Streets EVERY OuV-tJelivery service is busy these days filling up bins with good, clean, hot- burning coal. Anderson's Coal fires fast and holds fire long. Try it this winter. tional jubilee. returned to her home Monday morning. Mrs. Henry B. Smith of Genoa, Ohio, arrived here Wednesday morning to visit her sister, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson for an indefinite time. Mrs. Smith was also here for the Congr|gatlonal Jubi- ~" • " lee. Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Suckow of Alden were visitors at the W. K. Ferguson home during the Congregational Jubilee. Rev. Suckow had charge of the morning services Sunday at the Congregational church, Mrs. George Stewart of Armstrong is making '^n extended visit at the home of he: 'daughter, Mrs. Henry Tjaden in Plum Creek township. She came to attend the Diamond jubilee at the Congregational Church. Mrs. Walter Heerdt of Swea City was a. guest last week Wednesday night of Mrs. W. L. Martin. Mr. Heerdt was transacting business in Algona Wednesday and Thursday. He is administrator for his late parents' estate. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard spent from Friday until Monday evening at Iowa City. They visited Mrs. Agard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Davis, and helped celebrate Mr. Davis' birthday. The Agards also saw the Iowa- Ames football game. Last Wednesday nine ladies went to Armstrong to the Foreign Mission unit meeting. They were: Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mrs. Burdette Agard, Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Mrs. F. E. Sawyer, Mrs. Rollin, Mrs. Chris Johnson and Mrs. A. E. Michel. Caleb Hartshorn of Swea City, brother of Beulah Hartshorn who is the operator at the Marigold Beauty Shoppe, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Wohnke hospital at Bancroft Monday afternoon. He is getting along very nicely now. R. G. Parks, district manager of the Skelley Oil compjafly and who was transferred to Cherokee the first of May and moved there, has been transferred to Mason City and will be making Algona again. Mr. Parks will be welcomed back by his co-workers. Drs. H. M. Olson, C. D. Schaap and C. H. Cretzmeyer and Bill Mann made trip over the past week to Iowa City 'here Drs. Olson and Schaap attended dental clinic and Dr. Cretzmeyer at- ended a medical clinic. The four men also attended the Iowa-Iowa State foot- all game. Mrs. Donald Allen of Davenport came lere Thursday for a week's visit with ler mother, Mrs. J. 0. Kresensky. With ler returned Raymond Kresensky who lad just finished a series of talks in /arious cities. His final talk which was on Poets and Poetry was given before the women's club at Davenport guests here from Mallard, West Bend, Livermore and Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lindorfer of Rock Island, 111., came Saturday to be present at the celebration. Mr. Lindorfer was the first teacher in the parochial school. Mr. and Mrs. Mantey of Charter Oak and Mr. Heinemeier of Lake Forest, 111., former teachers in the school, were also present. Rev. Hesse, former retired pastor of the Lutheran church here, was also in attendance. Rev. Hesse was the founder of the school 25 years ago. The 400th anniversar| in commemoration of Martin Luther was also observed. The Tuesday club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. David L£ng. Fred Graham spent the week end with friends In Cedar Falls. Miss Hazel Leupold spent the week end with her sister in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nielson are the larents of a son born Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. Bergeman of Fort Dodge were guests of Rev. and Mrs David Lang: Sunday v Cbarlene and Marjory christensen of Fort Dodge visited Friday and Satur- Lothrlnger accompanied ttiem home for several weeks' visit. Jess Llndebak was called to Ellsworth Saturday by the death of hla father, which occurred Saturday morning. He was 81 years of age. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Lutheran church In Ellsworth at 2:00. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Llndebak and family went to Ellsworth to attend the funeral service. The W. H. M. S. of the Evangelical church met Thursday with Mrs. Wm. Gelse. Miss Esther Merkle was the leader. The second chapter of the book, "Eastern Women of Today and Tomorrow," was discussed In question- aire form. A letter from a former pupil of Miss Esther Merkle In Kentucky was read. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blum nnd Edward Blum, Mr. and Mrs. John Blum of Monroe, Wisconsin, visited over Sunday at "the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. George Frantz and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Asa and James Asa of Burt also visited on Sunday at the Henry Kubly home. The school faculty was entertained Friday afternoon by the Progressive club at the home of Mrs, Dick Wer- mersen. Mrs. Muhleman of Algona was a guest. A musical program was carried out consisting of a saw solo by Miss Irene SwenseTi, piano solo by Mrs. Aaron Steussy, a vocal duet by the Misses Norma Partridge and Ruth Smith and a quarette. The W. M. S. held a declamatory contest at the Evangelical church on Sunday evening. There were lour contestants. Vernon Lang, Mrs. Henry Marty, Miss Esther Merkle and Mrs. Fred Merkle. Miss Esther Merkle won the prize, a medal with "The Master Wants You." Mrs. Koonce, Mrs. F. t. Chapman and Mrs. I. H. Chapman were the Judges. An offering was taken for missions. % The Weekly Record Algona Markets Grain Corn, 2 white $.30Ms 2 yellow 3"% 2 mixed .29% 3 white, yellow, (new) — .26 25 Hogs-Sows 200-260 Mrs. H. E. Woodward entertained at a bridge party in honor of Mrs. c. E. Woodward, who has been visiting there. Mrs. F. J. Rochford received high prize, Mrs. C. L. CuVanaugJi, \ consolation prize and Mrs. J. M. Fleming, the baggage price. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hayes and son, Jackie, visited Mrs. Hayes' father, John Steil Sunday. Mr. Stell was hurt a little over a week ago. Re was check - ing gravel and one of the drivers backed over him. The truck ran across both thighs. He Is doing nicely now. A number of relatives from here attended the Wm. Blerstedt funeral at Lone Rock Friday. Mr. Blerstedt was a brother of Mrs. Chas. Osthwald. Among those to attend the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ostwald and Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Werner aade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Madsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand art- wald, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Ostwald and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. W<*rspan and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Melne, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Melne and family, Frank Melne, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Haack, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hackbarth and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Berntnghaus of West Bend. Typewriter ribbons at this office. We're sorry—we apologize to our customers who were unable to get shot gun shells at Gamble Stores—with millions In our stores and more on order, the factory couldn't turn them out fast enough to supply the demand. 8. & G. Smokeless Chilled Shot, 72c box, case lots. Read the TT. D. M.-R Want Ad*. PHOTOGRAPHS FOR XMAS Rave them made now. Oar open SM»a»,y and etettttin by mtnt until ChftetUM for yottr convenience. .. PETERSON'S STUDIO Algona, tow*. Oats DON'T BLAME Your Water Meter. Ten to ohe> it Is a leaky closet or faucet that causes the big water bill. We specialize on Repair Work. Holtzbauer Tin Shop Plumbing, Heating, sheet Metal phone 83 119 S. Dodge, Is Your Radio Ailing ? rlf your pleasant friend and com- •••• panlon, the radio, is "acting up" —don't wait until its ailment is serious. Phone 44 and have a radio doctor call. We'll put it in A-l shape again lor only,a minimum charge. ••' i ' Shirley Radio Service Over Long's Food Shop shoulder Tuesday when his team ran away while picking corn. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Nlver, Mrs. Peter Thompson and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke were visitors in Fort Dodge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. August Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Trauger of Al- ;ona visited Sunday with Mrs. Fechner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson are he parents of a son, born Tuesday, October 31. He has been named Dwight Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Evans were n Des Moines Friday and Saturday attending the state teachers' ccmven- Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308, Dance Wed., Nov. 15th I. 0, 0. F. Hall ORVIS ORIOLES, Armistice Day Dance Saturday, Nov. 11 I, 0,0, F, Hall day with friends here. Leo Walteirs suffered Hogs, HOgs, 260-300 3.70 Hogs, 300-350 3.40 Packing Sows, 300-350 3.00 Packing SQffs, 350-400 2.70 Packing Sows, heavy 2.50 Hogs, 130-150 3.00 Hogs, 160 3.40 Hogs, 180-200 3.00 Poultry and egg prices due to a fluc- uating market are not quoted this week, iream 20c Marriage License Issued Walter J. Goche to Louise Lappe, both of Bancroft. Nov. 1. Automobile Licenses 55-6155 Roy G. Richardson, Algona •33 Chevrolet coach. 55-6156 Alene Hemphlll, Algona, '33 Ford tudor. 55-6158 L. J. Hanson, Armstrong, *33 Ford tudor. 55-6159 L. H. Robinson, AJgona, '33 Ford tudor. a dislocated Anna Woito expects to leave CUT-RATE GROCERY Friday and Saturday Specials No High Bent iuality ce Service BUTTER, per pound per pound 9c PHOTOGRAPHS FOB XMAS Have them made now. Our studio is | open Sunday and evenings by appointment until Christmas for your convenience. PETERSON'S STUDIO Algona, Iowa. tion. Miss .. soon for State Center, where she will ipend the winter months with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Host, Mrs. Dawson and Mr. and Mrs. Umland of Otho, spent Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ristau returned to their home in Canada Saturday after ieveral weeks visit here with his brothers and sisters. Starting next Sunday the Presbyter- an and Evangelical churches will hold oint meetings In the evening during he winter months. Mr. and Mrs. Evans entertained the school faculty at her home Tuesday evening. The evening was spent in playing bridge. Refreshments were served. Jean Jennings came home from Junor callege at Boone Wednesday and spent the rest of the week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Jennings. Mrs. George Deltzle and family of Spencer and Mrs. Fay Thompson of Eagle Grove visited Saturday at the tiome of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Peitzke. The Epworth League held a party at the James Johnson home Mond|y evening. About fifty were present and the evening was pent in playing games. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and their daughter, Rubye, attended the Legion Auxiliary meeting in Algona Friday evening. Miss Luella Blumer was one of the hostesses and assisted in serving lunch. The Senior Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church enjoyed a party and treasure hunt at the church parlors Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Chapman were chaperones for the young people The Presbyterian Aid society met on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Harry Von Draska. Mrs. Arthur Dimler, Mrs Wm. Blging and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey I assisted the hostess in serving lunch The men wer6 invited to lunch. Miss Hildegaarde Lothringer came from Mooreland, Saturday where she had been at the home of her brother, Martin Lothringer and spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Barbara Lothringer and her sister, Mrs. Chas. Wolf and family. 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