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B» Alg<m» 0pp«r BM KolnM, AJgoaa, Iowa, SOT. 30,1933 LUVERNE DECLAM CONTEST HELD ON Oratorical, Dramatic Humorous Contestants Compete in Junior High Contest LuVerne: Hie junior high declamatory contest was held Tuesday, Nov. 28. Those in the contest were; Orfttorfoal^-Jack Holdcroft, "The Star Spangled Banner," Gordon Dimler "The prlnee of Peace," Phil Llchty, •'The National Flag," Hazel Nygaard, "Pitfalls of Peace." Dramatic—Mary Alice Biglngs, "The Littlest Orphan," Setty Dimler, "Joey's Friend," Phyllis Lichiy. "Little Dub." Maxlne Smith, "Mother O' Mine," Burnell wegner, "A Beautiful Flavor." Humorous—Robert Chapman, "A Truant Musician," Betty, Burtis, "In a Doctor's Waiting Room," Robert Lee Llchty, "Jimmy, the Unafraid," Lillian Lund, "By the sweat of Her Brow," Howard McClellan, "Pearl's Evening Out", Kathleen McClellan. "Ma's Monday Morning," Eleanore Mae Wolto, "Junior's First Shave." Between each class will be music by the Rirl's glee club and two part Mr. and Mrs. Dick Larimer are the parent* of a baby girl bom Thursday, Nov. 93. The It. E- Aid society met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Dick Wermersen at her home. Dr. Dwight Sjwoner is visiting at the home of his parents. Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Spooner. The Methodist Missionary ^ society held an afternoon meeting at the home of Mrs. W. P. Godfrey Thursday. Thursday evening a party was held at the W. F. Godfrey Borne in honor of the 21st birthday of Miae Vera Biging. staging group. by a fifth and sixth grade The first 9»t of town basketball game by the giro? team was played at Woolstock Friday. The Luverne girls won 44 to 11. Irwln Chapman and Arthur Raney attended the Joint meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary at Wesley Thursday evening. Thanksgiving services will be held at 10:30 Thursday morning in the Evangelical church'. Rev. Koonce will deliver the sermon. The girls' glee club and Mrs. Opal Morrison held a party Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Neal. There were twenty-one members of the glee club present. The members and friends of the Presbyterian church held a social time at the community hall Friday evening in honor of the birthday anniversary of their pastor, Rev. A. Koonce. Charles Murray of Gladstone, Michigan, visited here all day last week with his sister, Miss Anna Murray. Miss Murray and her brother visited a few days with their sister, Mrs. Walter Smith and husband in Livermore. Rev. A. J. Koonce will leave soon < for Enon Valley. Michigan, where he will preach for * friend for the next two weeks, while ue la none his place will be filled by friends. James Zwtefel will be here next Sunday and deliver a sermon. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Petteke, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Mr. and Mrs. Lund and Richard Nlver were among those who attended the Masonic Thanksgiving party at Livermore Thursday evening. Richard Niver was oh the pro gram for a piano solo. The program given Sunday morning at the Methodist church by the Rusl College Jubilee Singers was very wel" attended and much enjoyed. At. noon the league members served dinner to the singers in the church. In the evening the union services were held in the M. E. church. Rev. A. G. Heddle delivered the sermon. The J. J. club met, Friday nt the home of Mrs. Albert Heftl. Mrs. Lawrence Miller was hostess. The members were dressed in old fashioned clothes, some of them wearing their wedding clothes. The program opened by singing "Long, Long Ago,' 1 "A one act play, "Runaway Wives," was given by Mrs. Harry Licfitv and Mrs. Lloyd Zentner and old fashioned fames were alayed. Refreshments were served by ihe hostess. Word was received here Saturday by relatives and friends of the death of Mrs. Gene Hunt Meade which occurred Saturday at her home in Storm Lake. Cteath was caused by a stroke. Mrs. Meade was born and reared on the 3unt farm west of town and was well known by LuVerne people. Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon, Nov. 27, at Storm Lake and in- ;erment was" made In the cemetery at Rockwell city. 65c Corn I have 150 men's dress overcoats bought from Marks Mfg. Co., of Des Moines. It Is a clean up of the factory and we own them at less than 50c on the dollar. Not a coat in the lot worth less than $10.00 and most of them are coats made to retail at $15.00 up to $18.00. We have divided them Into two lots, choice of lot one $4.98. Choice of lot 2, $6.98. Meltons, Kerseys, and Herringbones in dark and light shades, all sizes from 34 to 42. Selling your corn at 30c will give you 60c a bushel for what you invest in an overcoat. These overcoats are worth two to three times what I am asking for them. Everyone that sees them buys an overcoat. It Is an out and out bargain. While in Des Moines I also bought a truckload of leather jackets, sheep lined coats, blazers, sweaters, macklnaws, mittens, caps and other merchandise. They had to sell, they had to have money. So spot cash turned the trick. Think of men's and boys' horsehlde mittens at 29c a pair.. Men's Mackinaw blazers at $L75; men's corduroy pants at $L79; boys' heavy moleskin pants at 95c and so on. Every table loaded with goods that you need for winter and at half what you expected to pay for them. I am taking mighty good care of my customers this fall. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Algona, la. Yes Suh! We're always glad to see you and you'll be glad to see us after you've tried CONOCO GAS AND OIL and notice the difference between it and ordinary gas and oil. THE STATION WITH THE BIG SMILE AND THE GOOD GAS AND OIL AERO SERVICE STATION Eugene Wray, Manager. Thankful ? 1.1, say Every Telephone in the home luis inutli to be thankful for- becdute Iti a pleasure to make other* happy and that£ our specialty. Right now — tlo you hear that rinrf ? OT tnats Henry calling home by lonj£ distance* He cant be with u» for Thankst<ivinrf to he's telephoning lo Mother and all the rett. — Tlialc a (food idea for you too - Visit by Lo<>l£ Distance *ith tlio»e ni!*tini£ front Uie family ^roup. Rale* are law / * I /our Tiilejilione :t M'*- m $$Wy&&$tttrt!ea?fiyi:^^ I.-D. MEETING DEC. 6TH Cresco: The Mothers and Daughters club was entertained last week Wednesday by Mrs. Homer Lindhorst. A tray luncheon was served to 29 members and guests. Illness and snowy weather prevented others attending. The next meeting is to be Dec. 6th with Mrs. O. S. Moore. The topic for discussion will be "Can the Average Farmer's Wife Budget Her Time?" Mary Black, teacher at No. 3 and her pupils gave a program Friday evening at the church. Mr. and Mrs. L. Strutz of Boone visited Saturday and Sunday at the Earl Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Batt and Edna and the George Batt family visited relatives Sunday at Elmore. The A. E. Claytons and Will Run- cheys were guests Sunday at pheasant dinner at the E. C. Potter home. Harvey Larson of Burt and Harold and Mildred Brandow were guests on Sunday at the August Brown home. Harold Clayton accompanied Mr. and Urs. Ward McWhprter to Mason City Sunday where they visited with Mildred Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandow and daughter, Marie and sons, LJoyd, Kenneth and Ellsworth visited friends at ihapln from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Skilllng and their daughter, Elizabeth Ann, were guests if Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins Sunday. The August Bernaus spent a week go Sunday at the Louis Shaffer home ,t West Bend and the P. M. Erick- sons at the Jake Maasdam home near rvlngton. Lyle Griffith and A. B. Butterfield [•BlIRT MAN, KILLED BY TRAIN IN MINNESOTA, EURO HERE MONDAY WAS Driving Six Oirls to a Basketball Game; father Was Once Postmaster >f Milwaukee, Prank and Lynn Grif- Ith and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wade of >es Molnes were visitors a week ago Wday and Saturday at the E. C. Potter home. FENTON NEWS A. P. Peterson left by bus from Alona Saturday to spend Thanksgiving ith his niece, Mrs. Minnie Stark in es Moines. Penton has one less barber shop since ast week. Clarence Theesfleld and W. Schulte are working together at he Schulte shop. Stanley Munch returned home Fri- ay from a visit of several months with is mother. Mrs. Bert Peck at Long each, California. Mrs. P". P. Newel was hostess to her ridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs. . J. Weisbrod won high score and rtrs. p. H. Eigler the low. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and son, ackie and Mr. and Mrs, Martin Wil- erg and children were entertained at he Nels Wilberg home Sunday. Charles Hobbs and John Ellerbrock Spencer were pheasant hunters in his section Saturday. They were the uests at the Dr. J. T. Waite home. Russell Geronsin and a Mr. Cook left aturday for the latter's home in Clin:on. Russell will visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wilson and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Whisler and children, Gerald, Lorraine and Leonard of Woolstock, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdell and sons, Merwyn and Duane and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and their daughter, Editru were entertained at the Frank McFall home Sunday. Mrs. Charles Weisbrod, Mrs. J. T. Snyder, and Mrs. S. E. Straley spent last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. O. H. Schmidt near Bancroft. They were accompanied by Mrs. Mike Weisbrod and Mrs. John Bellinger who visited at the home of their niece, Mrs. Margaret Bernhardt, near Burt. TfH unglj am JJOO LA. SALLK AVKNUI — * — •THE most cumfortaMf Iran- i ilent and rriiitrnllal ll'itel In y Mlnneiipolli. ()iilrl. rentful, jrtt ' ntar to ever) thing, KSAUT1FUI.LY FURNISHED LIGHT — AIRY "X Home Away Irum Homtf' — * — loom* wlUi both. II tc Ift diii.eUct fwitii eltcliltbi r«- and complects tf^nwit nt) SMIIU. 17 U> |IO K«- M'lAU b7 till oiooUL IOVLL SNJOY OUR Ctrl •»>vioi ro* YOU* <UB «. H. fARKSK, Managtr Burt: The bodv of Frank McChesney of Marshall, Minn., was brought here Monday for burial. Mr. McOheeney was a former Burt boy, as his father was postmaster here at one time. Mr. McChesney was killed Saturday morning when his car was struck by a train as he was taking six girls to a basket ball name when the accident occurred. One of the girls was killed and the others are In a hospital.. Rev. S. H. Aten conducted the services at the cemetery. Mrs. W. K. Kennedy of this place is a cousin of Mrs. McChesney. Art Barker Is working at the C. L. Phelps farm. Miss Florence Stow is working at the Beckworth cafe. Mary Lee Peters spent Saturday and Sunday at the W. J. Bourne home. Mrs. Minnie Hartley of Omaha is Ifilting her sister, Mrs. F. E. Rubey. Mrs. M. M. Chlpman entertained the Fortnightly club Wednesday afternoon. Florls and Phyllis Gibbons spent Saturday and Sunday with Mary Beth Coffin. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Jain and family were guests at the C. L. Phelps home Sunday. Several Legion boys from here attended a meeting of the county Legion on Monday night at Wesley. The ladies of the Mite society will have their bazaar and dinner at the Presbyterian church Dec. 6. The Ladles' Aid will meet at the parsonage Dec. 6, with Mrs. W. E. Brace and Mrs. C. S. Coffin as hostesses. The ministers and their wives of this district will meet at the home of Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten Wednesday, Dec. 6. The Women's Home Missionary so- letv program was attended by a good crowd Sunday. The society received ill. Miss Alice Eighme entertained her unday School class of girls at the home f Mrs. Maud Hanna Saturday after- loon. AT. and Mrs. Jim Christepsen and aughter drove to Green Mound Wed- esday to spend Thanksgiving day with rlends. Howard Chlpman and a friend from dason Citv visited his father, E. O. hipman and daughter on Friday of ist week. Mrs. Al Steahle entertained a number of ladies at bridge Thursday evening in honor of her daughter, Mrs. H. L. Sauerman. The voune men's Sunday School class of the Presbyterian church entertained the young people of the church Wednesday evening. Mrs. B. W. Brooke returned home the first of the week from Aberdeen, South Dakota, where she visited her sister, Mrs. May Meyers. Union Thanksgiving services will be held at the Presbyterian church on Thanksgiving dav. Rev. C. B. Mitchell will give the address. Dr. W. T. Peters and Dr. J. G. Clap- caddie went to Algona Monday night to attend a clinic which Is being held by the doctors of the county. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McDonald and little daughter and O. P. McDonald were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McDonald at Sioux City. Miss Helen Thompson came up from Cedar Rapids Wednesday night to spend her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson. District Superintendent W. G. Muhleman will be here at the Methodist church Dec. 1. He will conduct the first quarterly conference ot the church year. Mr* W. J. Denton left for Gilmore City Thurtdfty to see her father who had four strokes of appolexy. He is now improving nicely. Mrs. John Wilson to quarantined for scarlet fever, her sister taklnjf care of her. Mrs. Wilson Is imwovltw daily and expects to be up and around in a short time. . Councilmen Leonard Callles and Ray Bonacker drove to Des Moines to at* tend a district meeting of the civil works program. Titonka is contemplating building a storm sewer. Mrs. Elmer Peterson, Mrs. Rasmus Peterson, Mrs. Rasmus Hansen and Mrs. J. D. Breen drove to Mason City Saturday to see Mr. Breen who Was operated on some tune ago. Mrs. Breen remained in Mason City. The Titonka high school won their first game of the season when they defeated the Seneca agjrosaUon O n the ocal floor Tuesday night. The boys 3layed a nice game and was enjoyed >y the large crowd attending. A five minute over time period was necessary to play off the tie. The final score was 19 to 17. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs and two sons, Dickie and Robert, and Mrs. Downs' mother of Brltt, and Mr. Downs' mother of Wesley, left for Illinois. Saturday afternoon to attend the funeral of an uncle of Mr. Downs'. Mrs. Downs' mother and the two children stayed in Chicago with relatives while the others attended the funeral. WEST BEND NEWS A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Monarch Tuesday. Lee Post and Russell Longland of Pierre, South Dakoat, are picking corn in this vicinity. The Prebyterian Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Chas. Dewitt, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thorstein Satern and children spent Saturday evening at the John Satern home In Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Post and children of Rodman were callers Sunday at the home of Mrs. H. Sloan. Mrs. Emily Fisher went to Omaha last Sunday for a week's visit at the home of her son, Watson and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Satern, Sr., of 3ode spent Thursday afternoon at the uome of their son, Thorstein and fam-i ily. H. A. Thompson is going to have his tennis court flooded and make a skating place for the boys and girls this winter, sters. This will be fine for the young- Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Boettcher and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boettcher were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod at Fenton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford and Mrs. John Iliff of Webster City have been visiting at the J. H. Graham home. The ladies are sisters of Mrs. Graham. ' Mrs. Ward Taft, Harold and Alice of Spirit Lake were guests at the M. E. Larsen home. Mrs. Taft's mother, Mrs. Henry Jennings, accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. James Sewick, and Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Stow visited Sunday afternoon at the J. T. Graham home near Algona. Mrs. Graham has been serious- Iv ill, although she is improving at this time. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Krlethe and their daughter drove to Des Moines Saturday to eet Paul, Jr., who is attending Drake College. They returned home Saturday evening, although the storm was quite bad from Ames. Dr. and Mrs.. Edward Bannick of Rochester, Minn., arrived at the home of W. A. McArthur one day last week for a visit. They were enroute to Sioux City. Dr. Bannick is a brother of Mrs. McArthur. The Woman's club met Monday night at the home of Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel with Mrs. G. L. Carroll as assisting hostess. The program consisted of a play for children, "The Doll Symposium," by Mildred Anderson, review. "Dolls" bv Esther Singleton, Mrs. Nellie Dremmel. Clifford Holding took a truck load of farm implements to Nevada, Iowa, for Carl Whitney Saturday. Mr. Whitney plans to move to Nevada about March 1. G. C. Allen accompanied Mr. Holding and they went to Inwa falls and visited at the Edwin Allen home Saturday night and Sunday. Titonka Picks Dr. Hamstreet to Head Commercial Club Titonka: The Titonka Commercial club me last Monday nleht to elect officers and transact other business. Officers elected were president. Dr. W. P. Hamstreet: vice prseident, Ray Bonacker: treasurer and secretary, H. C. Schweppe. Monday the entire school was examined for symptoms of scarlet, fover. Miss Arriith Nauman and Bob Wwd attended the show at Algona Thursday nipht. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Helfner anri MrmII son were Mason City visitors Monday. Miss Phydellls Petersen and Arthur J. Budlong at'ended the show at Burt Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunmlre and John Blelch attended the show at Algona last Monday night. Lewis Larsen has moved his produce business urxm main street in the Gilbert Nelson building, Mr. and Mrs. Howard French were euests at a dinner party irfven by Marie Wehler Thursday night at Algona. Bob Wood had his tonsils removed Saturday morning at the General hospital at Al^ona. He returned home Sunday morning. Reading Fun in Store for Boys World adventure thrills are In store :or readers of The American Boy- Youth's Companion, according to word ust received from the editor of youth's avorite magazine. From the Arctic to he Jungles of Haiti, and from the pla. eau of Asia to the lion country of Af- •ica, the editors have charted a course of excitement and fun in the 12 Issues of 1934. Several years ago, The American Boy introduced to its readers the popular, black-haired Jlnimle Rhodes, Army aviator. Those who followed his adventures through Brooks and Kelly Field, and with the 94th Pursuit on cross- country hops, target practice, and formation flying, will be delighted to learn that Jimmie Rhodes has returned to the magazine. The new series takes him to Haiti where a revolution is impending. • The American Boy-Youths companion, filled with the adventure every boy craves, with the information he needs, and the advice on hobbies and sports he is always seeking, is the ideal present for that son, cousin, nephew, and chum. It's the kind of present that renews itself every month when the mailman lays a copy on the doorstep. Approved by teachers and educators, and endorsed by high school America, the magazine can solve your Christmas shopping difficulties. The subscription price Is $2.00 for one year. Until January l, you may take out a three year subscription for $3.00, a saving of $3.00 over the one-year rate for three years. After January 1, this three year rate will be withrawn. Mail your order direct to The American Boy- Youth's Companion, 7430 Second Blvd., Detroit, Mich. Service on your subscription will start with the issue you specify. elate met at _ Muuaea, TUttf_ interesting meeting Mr. and, children of . home of Mr. mark. The Some home of Mrs. M. afternoon. .An wa» enjoyed. Misses Eunice Ivey agd Leona Gibbon, entertained the Q&fei Foram Sunday School class Tuesday evening at the Methodist church. Mrs. Golda Wooley and son, Roger, ol cedar Fall* came Thuwtoyjwen; ing for a week's visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. H. Sloan. Key. Arch Conde, Kenneth Millet, Misses Margaret Hayne and Alta Mof- fltt attended a Christian Endeavor rally in Rodman Saturday evening. Miss Dorothy Miller, Grace Sloan, Enid Doyle, Mae Sloan and John Echutter attended the Christian Endeavor rally in Rodman Saturday evens. Carol Jean Vohs was four years old Saturday, NOV. 25. and her mother, Mrs. cari Vohs, invited hi a number of Carol Jean's little friends to help her celebrate. Mrs. Warren Felton of Emmetsburg came Thursday evening for a week end visit at the home of her father, Frank Doyle, she returned home Monday morning. Miss Mildred Dubbs, who attends junior college in Emmetsburg, Is one of the members of a play, "Children of the Moon," to be presented Dec. 12. Miss Dubbs has real talent for such a part. Oscar and Lyman Rlley have been hauling coal this week from the mine a few miles south of Fort Dodge for people about town. They made one trip a day ftfid wtx»t * long ttHa*jgft trucks waiting wett torn to get «ttL A party was enjoyed it the home af Mr. and Mrs. Henry MontasW day evening M a farewefl to- . Paul and clarence Betas «tf . sian, south mkota. 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