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The Algona, Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 30,1933 PHEASANT HUNTER FALLS DEAD IN FIELD NEAR BANCROFT SATURDAY Iowa, Railroad Man Stricken with Heart Disease While Hunting Bancroft: While hunting Saturday tiear Bancroft, A. J. Fuller, 70, of Perry, Iowa, was stricken with heart dls- 'ease and fell dead His two grandsons and son-in-law, clarence cooner of Alabama were with him. The remains ven taken to the A. H. Fuchs Funeral Parlor until Saturday night when an ambulance from Perry arrived. Mr. Fuller was a railroad conductor. St. John's lost to Swea citv Friday by a score of 28 to 23. Mr. and Mrs. F, c. Scanlon and family of Algona were Bancroft visitors on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs of Mason City were Sunday visitors at the Peter Jacobs home. Maria, R. N. and Bridget GafWel, R. N., were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs last Monday. Rev. Pick has been assisting at West Bend this week for Father Dobberstein who Is seriously 111. Mary Mescher arrived home last week from Stacyvllle, where she assisted at the Ed Hatten home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Menke and family drove to Marathon Sunday to look after his farm which is located near there. Mrs. Mike Saunders entertained at two tables of bridge Wednesday after- HAVE YOU a sick Hot Ah* or Hot Water Job. Experience has taught us how to cure them, increased efficiency and fuel economy guaranteed. Holtzbauer Tin Shop Plumbing, Heating, Sheet Metal 119 8. Dodge St. Phone 83 noon. Mrs. Oharlen Baker won the high score. Mrs. J. H. Sheridan was surprised by party of eight Wednesday evening. Bridge was played followed by a delightful lunch. Viggo Chrlstensen was honored at a party Thusrdav evening by Mr. and Mrs. Fuohs. Several of his friends were also there. The Misses Frances and Reglna Berens left Wednesday for Omaha to visit their sister. Mrs. Lee Brown. They will reman! until Sunday. Evans Carmean and Francis Loner- Ran are home for Thanksgiving and will return Sunday to Des Moines where they are both attending school. Mrs. John Bernhard had a few of her friends in for sewing Friday afternoon. The articles sewed are to be sent to Father Sylvester Home in Marty, South Dakota. Martha Mescher was hostess to a surprise party in her honor Friday night. Bridge was played at seven tables. J. Droessler won high nad Dorothy Mc- Cleisch won low prize. Mrs. Lawrence Nemmers was hostess at a bridge party Thursday evening. A lunch waa served to 12. Mrs. Mike Droessler won high and Miss Clara Nemmers won low prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ostwinkle and Mildred Deltering drove up from Des Moines to spend Thanksgiving at the Henry Deltering home. Mildred Del- tering Is taking nursing. A new boiler will be replaced in St. Johns school this week, and is being brought up from Des Moines. The old one Is beyond repair and is feared If not fixed up soon a disaster may be the outcome. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Rahe entertained at six tables of bridge Friday night. Leona Vaske won high and Mrs. Al Rene won low for the ladles. Mrs. Joe Rahe won high and Frank Brink won low for the men. Dr. R. E. Weber will visit friends in Coldrldge, south Dakota, on Thanksgiving and will remain over the week end. Harold pohlman accompanied him as far as Malvern where he will visit with his parents. Vincent Ford, who attends Trinity college at Sioux City, Antonette Hart, and Eileen Walsh, who attend Briar Cliff College in Sioux City, arrived home Wednesday for Thanksgiving. They will remain until Sunday. Don't Neglect Your Car! Now more than ever before you should take care of your Tires, Brakes, Batteries, Grease, Oil and other services such as our "One-Stop-Service" provides. Without cost to you we will check your Tires, Battery, Brakes, Grease, Oil and Radiator Anti-Freeze. Some of you haven't done that. After buying a car the first and last thing to think of is its lubrication. 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Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 Algona, Iowa. t#yi&ytf®^^ Whittemore Girl Struck By Auto Whittemore: In an accident Saturday that was unavoidable, Alice Zumach was struck by the Andrew 8. Elbert ear. Alice was going from the garage at their home across to the store and Mr. Elbert was coming down the alley. The child started across the alley without looking. She was knocked down and received a broken leg. She Is the seven year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach. Patricia Weir, R. N., visited a few days in Algona with friends. John Qleason of Fort Dodge visited a few days with his niece, Mrs. M. P. Higglns. recently. Arnold Hnatelmaa had the misfortune to have his thumb cut or in a corn grinder recently. The academy boys played a practice game of basketball with the cylinder boys and won 36 to 16. Wm. Hlggins, Jr., and Ed Cullen accompanied Father Hyland to Des Moines Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Mike kollasch are the proud parents of a baby girl. They have one other child, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Esser and Irene Esser of Dea Moines spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Esser. Sophia Helmke, who is employed in Sioux City upent the week visiting her parents', Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Helmke. Mr. and Mrs. George Dahlke of Manson, Iowa, visited Saturday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs,. M. C. Weir. . Kathleen Holtzbauer, Alice Behlmer, iKwroine Tlerney and Eileen O'Brien o( Algona attended the card party at the academy Thursday evening. A number of friends and relatives gathered at the Leroy Farrell home Friday and husked corn for him. Mr. Farrell was suffering with an infected finger. Mrs. John Blsenlus and daughter, Leona, Paul and Edmund Dahlhauser and Lloyd Elbert went to Lawler on Sunday to spend the day with Sister Mary Presentation. A number of friends surprised Mrs. Carl Hansen Tuesday evening, the occasion being her birthday. There were four tables of bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher won high score. The public school boys played the alumni boys Tuesday evening and were defeated by a score fo 17 to 16. The public school girls played theTiuthven Kirls the same evening and won 39 to 0. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Busherfeldt are the parents of a baby boy. This gives them a family of 2 boys and 3 girls. Mrs. Margaffet Pasch of St. James, Minn., is oaring for mother and baby. Friday night In the public gymnasium the public school boys met the Rodman boys and were defeated by a score of 21 to 14. The local girls defeated the Rodman girls 26 to 6. Supt. Rossman of Cylinder was the referee. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett attended a state educational butter scoring contest at Coulter. Iowa, recently. Mr. Bartlett won second place In the men's judging contest and Mrs. Bartlett won first nlace in the ladies' judging contest. A number of friends surprised Mrs. Roy Crawford Saturday evening, it being her birthday. The evening was spent playing bridge. Mrs. Tim O'Brien won the ladies' high score and Bill Finn of Algona won men's high score. Tim O'Brien won the travel prize. The card party held at the academy hall Thursday was well attended. There was about 32 tables of bridge and five hundred. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. H. E. Woodward and Carl Hansen. The high five hundred scores were won by Simon Kisch and Luella Elbert. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Montag mourn the loss of their son, Allen. The little fellow was sick about three days. Everything possible was done to save his life but to no avail. He was about three months old. Besides his parents he leaves to mourn his loss his twin sister, Ann, two brothers and one sister. Funeral services were held Friday a. m. at 9 o'clock at St. Michael's church. Fahter Velt. having charge. Burial was made in the cemetery north of town. The pupils have been cliosen in the declamatory contest of the public school and are as follows: humorous- Harold Voight, Fred Fish. Edwin Mai- lory, Marie Ohm, lola Barber, Dorothy Heidenwith, Harold Helnrich, Lewis Do- sotch, Arnold Heldt: dramatic—Irene Heller, Irene Conners, Alvera Behnke,. Wllma Airhart, Myrtle Barber. Matilda Wagner, Leona Naas, Lillian Heidenwith: oratorical—John Fish, Erwin Koehnecke, Maynard Roeber. Leo Do- notch, Raymond Bateeman, John Mos- hach, Georee Taylor, Evelyn Voight, June Wehrspan, Lillian Kuecker. Miss Lynch coaches humorous and oratorical, and Miss Emanuel, dramatic. Societies and Clubs (Crowded Out Last Week) Entertain at Goose Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle entertained recently at a goose dinner for a group of their friends. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew and daughter, Janice, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew and son, Max, E. D. Clapsaddle, Mrs. Ann Zit- tritsch and daughter 1 , Frances Ann, and Mrs. May Miller. Dinner-Bridge Party- Mrs. W. E. Hawcott and Mrs. W. P. French entertained sixteen friends at a 7 o'clock dinner one day last week at the home of Mrs. Hawcott. During the evening the group played bridge with Mrs. H. M. Potter winning first Prize and second prize going to Mrs. Wade Sullivan. III-Lo Bridge Club- Mrs. Fred Bartholomew entertained the Hi-Lo bridge club last week at two tables. Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew won high prize and Mrs. Anna March received low prize. Bible Class Meet— The Bible class of the congregational Sunday School met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. E. Morgan. Mrs. C. C. Wright and Mrs. Geo. peck were assisting hostesses. L. O. A. Meet Thursday— The L. O. A. Sunday School class met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Miss Ella Thompson with Mrs. D. D. Paxson and Mrs. H. D. Cowan assisting hostesses. Mrs. A. A. Lyon had charge of the program. Rev. George H. Wessel jof Dows, Iowa, was in Algona the last of last week looking after business matters. State Comptroller O. B. Murtagh came up from Des Moines and spent Sunday and Monday of last week with friends. He had not been in Algona for six weeks, and in the meantime had made a trip to Phoenix, Arizona, where he represented Iowa in the national tax congress held (here. After the meeting was over Charley went on out to Los Aneeles and spent a day or so at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Mell Peterson at Long Beach. ALGONA PERSONALS (Crowded Out Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Weber of Irv- fngton were Sunday dinner guests at the fit. A. Tuttle home. Mrs. Peter Thorngren of Emmetsburg came Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Paul Trauger. The two are sorority sisters. Mr. and Mrs. R. a. Hlchardgon and children visited Mrs. Richardson's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Olson, at Swea City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Bhumway and son, David, spent Sunday in Sutherland with the former's mother, Mrs. E. F. Shumway and his sister. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stlllman and daughter spent the week end at Dolliver where they visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stlllman. Antone Streit, Mary Streit and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit visited the P. J. Nilche] home in Ashton Sunday. Mrs. Nlichel is a daughter of Antone Streit. Mrs. Vernon Spongberg left for her home In Elkhorn, Wisconsin, Sunday after spending three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Al Spongberg, her husband's parents. Friends of Miss Zada Brunson, the daughter of the late Will Brunson, will be interested in learning of her recent marriage to Edwin Davis of Duluth, Mnin. Mr. Davis Is proprietor of a hotel in Duluth and the newlyweds will be at home there. W. H. Oodden and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, drove to Waterloo Friday afternoon where he visited his father, J. H. Qodden, who Is staying with his daughter, Mrs. Fromback. J. H. Ood- den has been quite ill recently and was to be moved to Iowa City where he will undergo an operation. W. J. Becker, Henry Becker, Harry Holmes and H. A. Norman attended a district meeting of the dry cleaners at Fort Dodge Sunday where they received instructions on their new NRA code. Another meeting is to be held in Al- gcna at a later date. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mallinger and Mrs. John Mallinger of Sigourney and Miss Minnie Mallinger of New Richland visited at the Philip Kohlhaas home Monday. They are relatives who attended the funeral of Mrs. Mike Brass at St. Joe Saturday. The vis- itors left for their homes Monday afternoon. Word has been received that a baby girl was born Nov. 8th to Mrs. Wm. Parnell of Ketchlkan, Alaska. Mrs. Parnell was the former Lulu Norton, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. The baby weighed 7% pounds at birth. This is the Parnells' second child, their first being a girl four years old now. Mrs. Frank Davies arrived here Saturday morning from Watertown, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston, with the body of her mother, Mrs. Wm. Telchen, who was burled here Sunday. While in Algona, Mrs. Davies visited the Archie Hutchinson and B. P. Richardson homes. She returned to her home today. Mrs. Abner Long, Mrs. T. P. Harrington, Irene Dalzlel and Irma Dee Roupe drove to Orinnell Friday afternoon, stopping at Nora Springs en- route to pick up Doris Long. At Orln- nell they visited Aitoa Dee Long and Bernlce Harrington, who are students there. The group returned home on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Will Olllnger of Owatonna, Minn., left Wednesday for their home after attending the funeral of Mrs. Wm. Rutledge of Irvlngton. The Ollingers lived in Algona about twenty years ago on the old Fry farm east of the Hackman corner. They stayed with Mrs. Ollinger's sister, Mrs. Dora Fraser. O. V. Barker is a brother of Mrs. Olllnger. Mrs. D. L. Leffert spent Sunday in Swea City visiting her mother, Mrs. Hanna Anderson, who is not in very good health. Mrs. Anderson is past 90 years of age and Is confined to her bed a good share of the time. Mrs. Leffert spent most of last week in Swea City taring for her mother and expects to return there the latter part of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mart McCall and Kath- ertne spent Sunday in Laurens at the home of Mrs. MoCall's slfltefl, Mrs. C. F. Osier. Mr. and Mrs, F,< M. Schroeder of Spirit Lake, the latter another sister of Mrs. McCall, were also visiting at Laurens and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Elckenrodt of Del Norte, Colorado, were also present. Louis Elck- enrodt is a brother of Mrs. McCall. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer and A. F. Huschka spent Friday afternoon at Alsrona. Miss sadle Nelson of Kanawha spent the week end with her friend, Ellen Simons. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Plcktns of Algona spent Sunday afternoon with St. Benedict relatives. Miss Adelaide Elsenbarth of Algona spent Sundav with her sister, Mrs. E. F. Arndorfer. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer, son, Herbert and A. J. Fehr were shoppers at Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit of Algona were Sunday evening visitors at the Wm. Eich home. Mr. and Mrs. Domlnlo Stuffllck of Algona spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs.. August Harlft. John Arend and daughter, Wllma, drove to Minnesota last week Tuesday to visit relatives. They returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. <3eo. Ricke and son of New Irvington Depot Agent is Established Irvington: W. C. Allen of Odin. Minn., is, the new depot agent. The family will reside in Algeria. Mr. Allen will drive back and forth to his duties. Mrs. Frank Kulow and Mrs. Ben Hynds were Mason City shoppers on Friday. The local P. T. A. was held Friday evening. Mrs. A. W. Lempke, president, was in charge. There were 15 present at Aid society last Thursday. Quilting was the busy work for the day. Bob Spurgeon has rented the Wm. Rutledge sixty acres and will move into the home at once. Miss Idabelle Feltor of Burt visited her friend, Miss Leona Stewart the latter part of the week. Mrs. M.E.Blanchard, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, visited Wednesday at Lone Rock. Donald Robison, accompanied Everett and Eunice Bowman to Mason City last Saturday on a shopping expedition. Mrs. Tom chilton and daughter, Mrs. Etta Meyers end son, Arthur were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Sankey in Irvlngton. Miss Katherlne West and friend of Ames came Friday to visit her cousin, Mrs. Barney Frank! and take advantage qf the hunting season. Mr. arid Mrs. O. L. Miller and their daughter, Betty, were entertained Sunday evening at a fish dinner at the Maurice Bartholomew home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchlns with their two sons, Carol and Russell, ore to spend Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Hutchins 1 sister, Mrs. Nellie Miller, of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley were Tuesday callers at the Frank Seeley home north of Whittemore. Harry's mother is a victim of anemia and is confined to her bed part of the time. O. L. Miller finished picking one hundred and eighty acres of corn last Saturday. Seven men have been employed to assist Mr. Miller. All the picking was done by ye old fashioned method. Leona and George Stewart, Ida Belle and Harry Feltor and Georgia Anne Gelgel were among those who attended the football game at Eagle Grove last Friday afternoon and saw Algona defeated 44 to 0. The pupils in school district No. 4, Miss Gertrude Skilling as teacher, en- loyed a half holiday last Thursday, due to conditions of a smoky stove. "The stove doesn't smoke enough," remarked one boy. Mrs. Alice Duryea is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Campbell in Seneca. Recently Mrs. Duryea's granddaughter, Miss Bernlce Campbell had the leading part in the Junior class play, "Here Comes the Bride." December 12 is the date set for all interested persons to meet at the Maurice Parsons home who wish to assist in making band suits for the local rhythm band. The money to purchase these suits was derived from a program recently held at the school. Please reserve this date. Edward Mawdsley and Fred Geigel shipped corn Saturday evening to the [nternatlonal Corn Show at Chicago. Mr. Mawdsley is exhibiting in two classes of ten ears each, namely. Kossuth Reliance and silver King and Mr. Gelgel is showing only in the ten ear yellow class. Alvin and Robert Spurgeon' motored to Grinnell recently taking Mrs. Eliza Bullock and Mr. and Mrs. Howell, rela- tives of the Rutledge family, who came to attend the funeral of Mrs. Rutledge. Mrs. Thos. Dale and son returned with the boys to be with Mr. Dale who was seriously injured last week. The Chas. cox and Sid Barkers returned to their respective homes last Thursday. Mrs. Deu Barker, Mrs. RO- sie Bourgeon and daughtre, Mildred left Saturduay evening for Mason City from thence to their homes on Sunday. Mr. Rutledge will make his home with his daughter, Mrs. Frank Allen at Rockwell, Iowa. Friends in this locality who recently visited at Ortonville, Minn., had the pleasure of calling on Mrs. Mary Buse, who many years ago was a resident of Irvington and later lived on the old Buse farm now tenanted by the Earl Millers. Mrs. Buse makes her home with her son. Charles Arnold and every convenience has been given her to add comfort to her old age as she Is now past 84 years old. For some time her eye sight has been falling, and she is now lust %ble to distinguish light from dark. ST, BENEDICT NEWS Wesley spent Saturday evening and Sunday with the letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Btufflick. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Huschka and Vir- clnla and Emery were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Borman last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer also spent the evening there. FOR SALE—Threshers or com shell- era 1 liens. Algona Upper Des Moinw. B2-tf fflffiffiffi 1 ! 1 ^^^ Chapter BW, P. E. O. Rummage Sale at the Sent Oarage next SATURDAY, be*tantaff 8:M ft,«. Bargains in used and and new clothing and suits, coats, sweaters, dresses, household articles of all kinds. Proceeds to be used for Educational purposes and local philanthropic work. Think this over, Dad The housewife who has a fine linoleum floor in her home has a great advantage over the one who is continually trying to keep a worn out floor clean. There never was a harder job than trying to keep a house clean with wood floors or old brown worn- out linoleum to scrub. Keep your wife young. .Give her more time for rest and her other house work by purchasing a new Armstrong or Kolor- Thru floor for her today. Linoleums were never cheaper than we are selling them today and worth twice what they cost in added happiness inthc home. Here is a tip to mother —be sure dad reads this ad. Richardson's Furniture Company Where Furniture Sells For Less. Dance I.O.O.F. Ha to the music of Al Menke's Orchestra Wed., Dec. 6 Thanksgiving Night DANCE Thursday, Nov. 30 Merklin's Melody Masters Lucky ticket wins a turkey. You'll Profit by Our Pre-Inflation Purchase of Coats Sale of Fur Coats Friday and Saturday Only Wisely we bought the cream of the fur catch, at the market's lowest ebb. Now fur prices are soaring—but we pass on to you our big saving in this sale of luxuriously rich, first quality furs designed in the authentic 1933-193-1 t'asihons. When these coats have been sold there will be none at prices them. Purs may be Purchased on the Easy Payment Plan. Silver Muskrat Dark Muskrat _ Marmink Eussian Pony _ Northern Seal Trimmed near $79.50 up _$79.50 up $79.50 up $79.50 up REPAIRING AND REMODELING OF FURS, A SPECIALTY ' i» Mason City Fur Shoppe, Inc. PHONE 641 H. H. Hirsch 217 N. FEDERAL AVE. MASON CITY, IA, R. 8. Hirsch.

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