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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1933
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LUVERNE DECLAIM WINNERS NAMED Betty DImler, Hathleen McCleUan Won Junior Contests The junior declamatory The Algona Upper Bes Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 7,1933 IJChty, was won Gordon , , , of Peace," first; pun , "The National FlaB," second; tlc, Betty uimier, -Joeys Friend,' hyllis Licht "L " , , first, Phyllis Lichty, "Little Dub," sec'^? ous ;, Kathleen Mcdlellan, Monday Morning," first, Robert the Unafraid," Lee Lichty, second. +, J " ntor daw Play, "Tiger House" Will be given Thursday evening, Dec. 7. Miss Lucille Zeutlau and Lester were married Monday, Nov. at Blue Earth, Minn. About thirty relatives were present at a Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Llchty. nd / Mrs ^ New , ltn of Warren, Wls. a J ewBday 1 Iast week *"& ft er Mrs. Frank Chambers. Miss Loulae Coleman of Waterloo J«* Tuesday for a two wteta? wltli her mother, Mrs. Coleman. £f ( i ( L by , tc !L lan LacUe8 ' A 'd society w)U hold their bazaar and chicken pie •upper at the community hall Saturday afternoon and evening. »»«»* Kenneth Thomson of Swea City, a Benedict On Thursday, Nov. 24, at Hampton J°*a, occurred the marriage of Miss Kathleen Hedges of Mason City to Kenneth Thomson of Swea city. The wide Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs Q- P. Augustad of Mason city and attended Art School at Oakland, California and Is a graduate of the Ham- Hton Business College of Mason City. She has been employed for the past year by the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. at Mason City. The groom Is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomson. He Is a graduate of the Swea City high school, and attended Mornlngside College at Sfoux City. He has been employed for the past three years at the A. J. Chrls- tensen cafe In Swea City. The couple will be at home December 1st In the Buell Pearson apartments In Swea City. A host of friends extend congratulations to this popular couple. Mrs. Donovan Goes to California Burt Monitor: Mrs. Llbble Treptow entertained Mrs. Ed Donovan of Algona, Mrs. Will Thomson and daughter, Neva of Lone Rock and Mrs. Chas. Dlttmer at dinner, Saturday, honoring Mrs. Donovan, who will leave next week for California whefre she will spend the winter. Daaed away Saturday at his home of penumonla. He was past eighty years of age. Funeral plans are J>elng made. The Progressive club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. I. H Chapman. Refreshments were served at the close of the program. u * h a ? d , phyms Llcnt -V en- a few friends at their home Friday evening. A very pleasant evening was spent after which lunch was eerved. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of with Mr. and They attended dyad spent phapman. meeting at a district mail carriers „«„. Fort Dodge Saturday afternoon. . Mr 8 - Sam Steussy, Ml-., and. Mfc-s. Aaron Steussy, Mrs. Elsie Steussy and son. Melbourne attended the golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marty in New Glarus, Wisconsin, one day last •VCGK. The farm bureau and 4-H club met at the community hall Friday evening E R. Mopison, C. B. Schoby and Mra. Leaverton were speakers of the evening. Mrs. Mastcrson gave a review of the year's work and Misses Cora Mae Masterson and Elsie Hunt gave a demonstration, New Seats for Old Chairs Lunch was served at the conclusion of the program. Thanksgiving guests this year were: Miss Betty Holdcroft and Wesley Baddeley of Sioux City at the home of their parents, Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Bad/£ t v. Ml T* Ruth Llcht v and Albert Cornish, Jr., of Des Moines at the J. L. Lichty home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peterson and son of Mason City at the Wm. Ramus home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bovle and family of Fort Dodge at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Von 5 ra f£ ka «r*£'-,S n !? Mrs ' DeRae Godfrey at the W. F. Godfrey home. Miss Josephine Marty of Cedar Falls at the O J. Marty home. Fenton Turkey Day Guests Numerous Fenton: Among Thanksgiving day guests were «he Edward Jostens o Klemme, Verona Welsbrod of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Welsbrod and son, Milton and daughter, Lucille and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Welsbrod at the E. R. Schleis; the H. G. Losses and the Marion Losses of Lake City at the Rev. J. T. Snyders: the R. C Goetsches, R. A. Qoetsch. Paulnie Osborn and the Arthur Priebes at the Carl Prlebes; Mildred Qqetsqh of Des Moines, the Harold Qoetsches and Aenes Goetsch at the George Goetsches: the Henrlk Fauerbys of Eldora. the Geo. Wilsons and Esther Horsewell of Armstrong, the A. L. Peterson of Rinsrsted. the Charles Stewarts of Bode, the E. C. Fauerbvs of this place at the C. H. Geronsitts; the Dr. A. T. Whitlows of Swea City at the Frank Bailevs: the C. L. Osborns and Mrs. Emma Curry at the F. J. Weisbrods; Marcaret Scare of Radcliffe and Howard Robertson of Eldora at the Samuel Scares: the Win. Weisbrods. the Donald Weisbrods and Florence Weisbrod at the Rev. J. T. Snyders: the J. A. Schwartzes, the C. F. C. Laa^es, the O. J. Ranneys at the Hans Wilbergs of Rinirsted; the Ray Stoebers at the W. K. Stoebers: the Wm. Huskamps and the Ervin Huskamps at the Hans Baajjos. Corn - Hog Contract DOAN NEWS Dale Struthers is enjoying a visit from his mother of West Bend •week. this Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ventelcher spent Thanksgiving at Mankato friends. with old Mr. and Mrs. Fred Girres entertained 16 guests at a five hundred party Thursday evening. Carrol Andrews spent Thanksgiving at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weiland are •visiting at the home of Mrs. Weiland's father, Amos Angle. The Venteicher young folks were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the :Emmet Paetz home. Mrs. Ray Smith entertains the Doan Ladies' Aid Thursday, Deo. 7. Mrs, Hood Is assistant hostess. The Doan Ladies Aid will give a play at the church Friday evening, Dec. 8. Pie and coffee will also be served. Dean Andrews la now the new K. & H. oil station operator at Algona. His brother, Howard, runs the farm for him at present. Philip Wander was a Des Moines business visitor last week Tuesday. W. E. Stoeber and son, Raymond were Minneapolis business visitors last week Monday. Francis Stansberrv and a friend of Des Moines visited the fore part of last week with her sister. Mrs. Donald Weisbrod. Mrs. Raymond Stoeber was hostess to the New Deal bridge club last week Monday evening. Mrs. S. W. Meyer v/on travel prize. Mrs. T. N. McFall has been bedfast Fanners will be asked to sign a contract which will include the following points. This is a tentative outline and the final contract may include some minor changes: THE PRODUCER SHALL— 1. Reduce the acreage planted to com In 1934 on the farm described not less than 20 per cent below the average acreage planted to corn for 1932 and 1933 on the land now In this farm. The acreage retired from corn production pursuant to this paragraph shall be referred to herein as the 'rented acreage." 2. Reduce the number Of litters farrowed In 1934 on this farm, and from hogs owned by htm not located on this farm, and the number of hogs marketed from such litters, 25 per cent below the annual average for 1932 and 1933 for the farm then operated by the producer. 3. Not increase the total acreage of other feed grain crops on this farm In 1934 above the annual average corresponding acreage on this farm for 1933 and 1932. 4. Not permit corn or hogs to be grown In 1934 on any land owned, operated or controlled by him unless such land is covered by a corn-hog reduction contract. 5. Use the rented acreage only for such crops or purposes as may be designated by administrative rulings. 0. Permit access by any authorized agent of the Secretary to this farm and to any records, regardless of where located, pertaining to the production and sale of corn and hogs and expressly waives any right to have such records kept confidential. 7. Not sell or assign, in whole or in part, this contract or his right to or claim for rental or adjustment payments under this contract, and will not execute any power of attorney to collect such payments or to order that any such payments be made. THE SECRETARY SHALL— 1. As consideration for the performance by the producer of the terms and conditions set forth herein make a total corn rental payment of 30 cents per bushel of corn removed from production, based on the number of rented acres multiplied by the adjusted yield per acre on such acreage, in two payments: 20 cents per bushel on or about the date this contract Is accepted by the Secretary and 10 cents per bushel on or about Nov. 6, 1934. 2. As consideration for the performance by the producer of the terms and conditions set forth herein, make a total hog adjustment payment of $5.00 per head on 75 per cent of the annual average number of hogs produced and marketed, or to be marketed, from 1932 and 1933 litters; minus allowance for death loss as herein after noted, in three payments: $2.00 per head about the date this contract is accepted by the Secretary, $1.00 per head on or about Nov. 6, 1934, and $2.00 per head on or about February 1, 1935. If the number of hogs from 1934 litters marketed from tills farm by, or held for future marketing from this farm, on January 1, 1935, is in excess of 75 per cent of the annual average number produced and marketed from 1932 and 1933 litters, there shall be deducted from the final payment an amount equal to $20.00 per head on the number of hogs In excess of such number or such excess shall be disposed of as the Secretary may direct. 3. If he determines that there has been a material tnlsstaiement in any of the statements made by the producer in this contract or hi connection therewith, or any non-compliance by the producer with any term, ruling or regulation, he la entitled to terminate the contract and no further payments shall be made and any payments already made shall be refunded to the Secretary by the producer and shall constitute until so refunded, a lien on future corn and hogs produced on the farm. 4. Deduct from payments due the producer hereunder his pro rata share of the expenses of the Oom- Hog Control Association having jurisdiction over this contract which share shall bear the same ratio to such payments as the total expenses of the Association bear to the total rental and adjustment payments in the county. The first meeting of the evening iridge club was held at the F. P tfewel home last week Monday even- ng. Mrs. O. H. Graham and W. V. H a wU?i n tl& SC ° re ° rlZe and H ' The Legion Auxiliary held a guest iay meeting in the Legion rooms on Friday afternoon. Christmas cards vere donated for a post card shower or the veterans hospital. Wolfe was hostess. Mrs. W. R. with lumbaso for pble to be up now. Is carlntr for her. a wsek. She Is Mrs. Wm. Meiers Esther Edmunds, a former primary teacher here, now of Stanton. came last week Wedne'dav for a visit at the home of Mrs. F. P. Newe" Oscar Warner an. id home from Lakeview Friday night where he has been in a CCO camp. He has resigned from the organization. The Fanners' elevator was raided again last week Tuesday nieht. This time the thieves eot away with sixty sacks of flour. No clues were found. The W. J. Weisbrods, the Donalds Weisbrods and Florence Weisbrod spent Friday at the ihome of the former's daughter, Mrs. Hugo Denker and family at Lester. Zelma Meyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Meyers has been suffering from a nervous breakdown. A trained nurse was ' days last week. Dewey Tubbs of _____________ __ ..... came the fore part of la'st week lor"a visit with his uncle, O. J. Ranney and :o attend the funeral of his father-in- aw. Frank McChesney at Burt Monday. The Women's Foreign Missionary society will hold their regular meeting at he Methodist church this week on Thursday afternoon. Hostesses are A farewell surprise party was held ast week Wednesday night at the John Ulfers home in honor of Barbara Randall, who will accompany her sister, Mrs. Wilmar Hantlenian and family to heir new home, a farm near Min- icapolls. Among the teachers and students lome for Thankssiving were: Florence Veisbrod of Des Moines: Arthur Kuec- er from Ames: Leona Borchardt from 3edar Falls: Irene Newel, Belmond- Frances Bailey. Sritt- Elvira Krause, Garner: Verona Weisbrod. Minneapolis- Mildred Goetsch. Des Moines: Karl Schwartz and Edith Laage from Cedar Rapids: Eldora Strucker, Cedar Falls- Marie Miller, Mason City and August Krause. Ames. The hlR-h. school seniors went to Alcona last week Tuesday to have photo- taken at the Art studio. They were entertained at the matinee at the Call theatre by photographer, L. I. Way. There are 12 members In the senior class this year, namely: August Meyer, Lola Warner, Mathilda Ruhnke, Edwin Leudtke, Lloyd Cornelius, Oscar Berkland, Leo Kramer, Hazel Weisbrod, Marie Schallin, Ardis Voigt, Virginia Frank and Verona Radig. 400 Hear Speaker at Titonka Explain ,Corn-Hog Program Titonka: Titonka was host to about 400 farmers who heard the corn-hog program explained to them by Senaior McArlhur of Mason City. The Titonka Commercial club was the sponsors and deserve the credit for getting such a speaker. Mr .Morrison thought the contracts would be available this week. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Waterloo. Phyldelis ana Woodrow Petersen entertained at a bridge party Tuesday The Rebekahs and the Odd Fellows had a nice time at a pot luck lunch Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Higgins and sister, Mrs. Alice Mayfleld attended the ' ow. at Algona Sunday afternoon. Carl Callies left Saturday morning for Minneapolis to visit his father who is confined in the veterans hospital. Stanley Fisher, who has been visiting Vfiih hia sister, Mrs. John Boyken ol Woden returned home Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prewltt and Mr. ?rewltt's father spent Thanksgiving at button ihere. A splendid, program was enjoyed by all and arranged by the music committee. The December radio party will be held Dec. 14th at the home of Anna Schenck. he home Wolfe. of Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. in charge several Marshall. Minn. Mrs. G. W. Weisbrod. Newel and Mrs. H. P. LAKOTA NEWS KXKKIXX Wm. and Anna Meyer were Mason City visitors one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball were Elmore visitors Saturday afternoon. The P. L. Koppen family spent last Thursday evening at the Nick Koppen home. The Thaves sisters spent Thanksgiving day at the home of their brother, Ed at Burt. Miss Arlene Lewis assisted at the i Eliminates all winter lubricating hazards and Insures Instant starting in coldest weather—Insist on genuine Tne original Anti-Frieze lubricant—lasts the life of your oil ana grease—add Easy Shift Insist on Complete Easy Shift Service- Motor Transmission Free Wheeling Differential Steering Gear —acts on motor oil* and greaaea like antifreeze acts on water In radiator —makes motor start, gears shift, free wheeling free, and car steer as easily at zero as In hottest summer —« positive break-In lubricant for new and reconditioned motor* Once used— —Always used No more frozen crank cage oil- burned out bearing?—gummy greaieB —hard shifting 1 (fears—run-down bat- ieriee— Ion of temper Only one Easy Shift— Befiue (ubstltuteg Money-Back Onarantse —guaranteed to give com- S late satisfaction—or your ealer will refund your money. —free from acids, chemicals or any substance Injurious to any part of your oar. —not necessary to change oil. —prevents concealing or freezing when added to regular oil» and greases. It hi not even neoetsary to change oil or grease—although clean oil and grease Is always better APP BABY SHIFT W HY be bothered with hard-shifting gears? Why take a chance of burned-out bearings through a frozen oil pump? Why wear out storage batteries trying to start a motor with a thick oil drag? Just add ••JBASY SHIFT" to oil—und PRESTO—the thickest, stlffest Wnd of oil and grease Immediately becomes liquid and free flowing. »er . complete service $3.00 at BOO—Per gallon 93.80 gojy BhW »tg. pp., 1817 W, locust, DM Moinii, Jfowa Easy Shift is Sold and Serviced by Kohlhaas Bros, Oarage, Phone 200, Deldutch Super Service—Phone 33 Elbert Oarage, Phone 612, (forage, Phone 41. Thaves Sisters' store Saturday while the girls were in Minneapolis. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will have a bazaar and supper on Saturday evening, Dec. 9th, in the church basement. Mrs. Ann Robinson of Forest City was here several days last week visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs H. H. Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen and their daughters, Violet and Elaine, spent Sunday afternoon at the Martin Becker home near Algona. The Misses Emma and Louise Thaves accompanied by .their brother. Gus and son, Keith of Burt, drove to Minneapolis Friday afternoon and returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball were dinner goests on Thanksgiving day at the Guy Hart home at Bancroft, and in the evening they were entertained at supper at the feter Bruer home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht en- ;ertained at dinner on Thanksgiving day, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Gutknecht Chas., Emma and Lena Gutknecht! Mrs. Delia M. Smith and the Roland Smith family. The A. L. Sorenson family and Chas. ..ewis, Jr., of Bode, and Miss Arlene -.ewis of LuVerne were here to spend Thanksgiving at the parental Q. R, swis home. Arlene and Charles stay- 1 over until Sunday. On Thanksgiving day the following iuests were entertained at dinner at he Peter Bruer home, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Meyer, Anna and George, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Walter Meyer and son, Duane nd Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Nitz and theit laughter, Delorls. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bruer were the 'hanksgiving day guests at the horns f their daughter. Mrs. Wm. Rlcklefs t Titonka. Other guests were the 'red Weinberger family of near Buffa- o Center and the C. H. Rippentrop lamily from Pilot Grove, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. George Winter received word last week that the three youngest children of Mr. and Mrs. Con Higgins of Titonka are ill with scarlet lever, the baby had been quite HI for several days, but at last reports was Improving. Mrs. Higgins is a daughter of the Winters. Earl Zwiefel entertained the members of his class in honor of his 16th birthday Friday evening at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schweppe and fam- ly spent Thanksgiving with his par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schweppe at St. James. Magdalene Sartor of Magnolia and Mrs. Guido Sartor of Iowa City, spent Thanksgiving and the wee.k end with Dr. and Mrs. Sartor. Mr. and Mrs. Elm_er Petersen and Mr and Mrs. Jerry Breen visited J. D Breen at the Park hospital in Mason City Saturday afternoon. The American Legioji held a trap shoot at the William Petersen home south of town Sunday with a good crowd in attendance in spite of the rain and cold weather. James Winter and daughter, Mrs. W J. Denton accompanied by Mrs. Esthei Askins and Ralph Harms spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Clarence W. Winter at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Pendergast and Betty Kt;kesh spent Thanksgiving with Iheir daughter in Minneapolis. Mrs. Milton Fendergast of Marrietta, Wisconsin, met them there and returned home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dunmire left on Wednesday for Newton where they will J Thanksgiving vacation with Mr. Miss Genevleve Koppen. oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Koppen, east of town, and Clifford Knut- fon of Swea City were united In mar. riage last Wednesday morning at the Sacred Heart church at Ledyard. They were attended by the bride's sister and brother. MarceHs and Harold Koppen. On March 1 they will start farming on the George Breen farm northeast of town where the EJme.r Darg family V-ow Uye«. JJunmire's parents. Miss Arlene John•:on and Mjss Stephens accompanied hem as far as Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgersen moved Monday from the Ubben residence to he B. A, Pannkuk dwelling vacated u.v Henry Butler. Mrs. Ubben plans on moving into town soon from her arm and occupying her home. Mary Helen Fallows, West Union, krdith Nauman. Titonka, Clayton scnriner, Oelwein, and Clayton Peteren attending Upper Iowa University pent Thanksgiving and the week end vith Mr. Petersen's parents at Livermore. Wm. Cosgrove and son, Johnny and Nate Walsh drove to St. Pjiul last Monday where Johny is entering a boxing school. While there Mr. Cosgrove and Mr. Walsh visited Ed Callies who is at the veterans, hospital located near Min- reopolis. Hazel Budlong, Hampton. spent Thanksgiving with her mother, Mrs. J. J. Budlong. Mrs. Budlong returned to Hampton with Hazel Sunday for ? vls i' with her and her other daughter, Edith, who is also employed at Hampton. Mrs. C. A Hoon entertained the Thursday bridge luncheon Tuesday instead because of Thanksgiving. 'Mrs. ?• £• DeVries was high and Mrs. T. A. Dunmire, low. Mesdames L. B. Larson, H. O. Schweppe, Mrs. T. A. Dunmire were guests. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hughes and Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Carolus of Afton were quests at the L. C. Heifner home over Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carolus returned to their home Friday nut the Hughes remained for a longer visit with tbjsir daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Denton entertained at pot luck Thanksgiving dinner 37 relatives and friends. Those rom Kossuth present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Winter and children, Mr. y*®®x%^^ I WESLEY NEWS | K&XSS^^ Mrs. R. B. Hopkins spent several aa.ys last week on business at Kansas City, Missouri. Mrs. Emil Wester, Anna and Alan spent Saturday on business in Des Moines and Ames. Mrs. P. C. Haynes and children drove to Mason City Friday to spend the day on business and pleasure. The ihno A. Gerdes family spent Thanksgiving day at the home of his brother, Henry Gerdes north of town. Mrs. Mary Goetz and daughter, Dorothy were guests Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz. Mr. and Mrs. Hemy Looft and son. Jackie were guests Thursday at the home of Henry's mother, Mrs. Bertha S. LOOIt. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kleinpeter and two children, David and Diana, spent Thanksgiving day at the Kleinpeter parental home. _ /-a?* 1 Mrs- Vee Mullin drove to Fort Dodge Saturday evening to be present at a meeting of rural mail carriers in the Eighth District. Ivvl Marie Kunz returned to duties it the St. John's hospital at St. Paul Sunday evening following a visit with v ome folks since Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Bauer and family were guests Thanksgiving day at the home of Mrs. Bauer's sister, Mrs Gus Brandt, at Clear Lake. Mrs. Frank Kouba, Sr., and daughter, Grace drove to Charles City Sunday to visit their daughter and sister, Mrs. Henry Van Osting and family. David Hickman of Welch. Oklahoma, arrived here the fore part of last week for a visit with his two sisters, Mrs. Ella Dolan and Mrs. Robert Welter. Miss Irma Ward, Dr. L. Pfeffer, and Tom A. McMahon were entertained at a 6:30 duck dinner at the home of Mrs. Ann M. Kunz Saturday evening. Elston Varnum of Iowa Falls, Irene and Evelyn Haynes, student nurses at the Mercy hospital at Mascm City spent Thanksgiving day at the home of P. C. Haynes. Mrs. Fred Wehlcr, son Raymond and daughter, Marie of Algona were entertained Tuesday night at a seven o'clock turkey dinner at the home of Mr*. Ann M. Kunz. Roger Willert, ooacn In the nubile school, accompanied friends from Renwick and LuVerne to Reinbeck where he spent Thanksgiving day and the week end with his parente. The Ed Loebig family, the Ed Miller and Frank Staebler families of Will- lams, were entertained Thanksgiving day at the home of their relatives, the Ralph Valentines at Algona. _ D , r - "i d **?• A1 8° n Braky of Iowa Falls arrived here the first of last week to spend several days during the Thanksulvin* holidays with his parents. Druggist and Mrs. H. j. Braley. The E. N. Loebig, Albert Neuroth and the Jim Gibson families, the latter being from near Bancroft, were entertained ThanksglvInK day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sherman. The R. c. Welter family of Corwith, Miss Delia and Miss Edith Welter of Algona, Ralph Welter and Mrs. Hazel Hudson of Mason City enjoyed their Thanksgiving turkey dinner at their carental home, the Robert Welters. Miss. Candace Packard left Wednesday night for her home at Renwlck to enjoy the several days vacation from school duties. Miss Packard's mother has been In 111 health of recent months and Is under the care of a doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welllk drove to Garner Sunday where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Free Jakoiibcck. Their daughter. Abble, returned home with the Welliks to spend a week or longer at the home of her uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Soren Nelson of Detroit, Michigan, drove through a few days before Thanksgiving to spend the finv at the home of her parents, the George Schut.lers north of Wei-iey. Mrs. Nplspn was formerly Miss Beulah Schutjer. Mr. and Mrs, John Amcsbury were entertained Thanksgiving day at the home of the Carl Franzens. The L L Lease family and his mother, Mrs. I. W. Lease, and Miss Mary Sherman were Kueste at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sturdlvant. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Rowley and three children left for Correctlonvllle Wednesday evening after school to spend Thanksgiving day at the home of her sister, Mrs. Kelley, and to make the acquaintance of a new baby born to them several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer, Chervil Ann and Jimmle Bob, were entertained Thanksgiving day at the home of her loster sister, Mrs. Elda Miller, south of Algona. Other guests included 'their mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Lemkee and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman of Algona. The American Legion Feather party held last week Tuesday night was a very successful party both socially and financially. During the evening 21 geese and 40 ducks were disposed of. The public responded very generously and the men all en.loyed the turn out. Julius Kunz arrived home Wednesday night and remained here until Sunday DiKht when he returned to his duties as receiver of the defunct Federal Surety Company at Davenport. His friend, Luke Linnan of Algona, enfoyed Thanksgivlntr day nt tlie Kunz home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hanson and daughter of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Hanson and children, Mr and Mrs. Theron Hanson and daughter and the Gordon Giddings family were guests Thanksgiving dav at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mm. Carl Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchlnaon spent Wednesday evening and Thursday »t New Providence at the home of her mother, Mrs. Margaret iMwet. They were accompanied home by Miss Alice Hall, who went on to Hubhard for the Thanksgiving day holidays to be spent at her parental none. Swan Nelson, and daughter, Hannah, and Miss Edith Spitler. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Paulson, Mrs. Silas Skew and Harold. Grandma Skow and the Her. R. E. Bernsten family were entertained Thanksgiving day at a turkey dinner with all its trimmings at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow. Miss Gladys Schluesner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Schluesner of Garner and Myrl Handy of Forest City wen married Saturday morning at the St. Boniface church at Garner. A wedding dance was held In Forest City Saturday nleht to which the local relatives had been Invited, but owing to the bad weather condjtlons. no one from hf>re nttended. Mr. and Mrs. Handy will live in Forest City, Babe Dies From Whooping Cough Mr and Mrs Arnold Schmidt, residing northeast of Britt, are grieving over the lass of their nine months old daughter. Carol, who passed away last Thursday Whooping cough is given as the cause of death. The was taken to Alsrona Saturday for burial, the services being conducted by the Rev. Carlson of the Presbyterian church at the Laird ft McCullough funeral home. Burial was In the Algona cemetery. The deceased Is survived by her father and mother, a brother, Alvln and ;wo sisters, Mildred and Naomi, besides the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hawkins of Sexton, and Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt of Algona. There are also two great grandmothers, Mrs. VTary Eyth of Sexton and Mrs. Paulina Starosky of Algona. for Imnp coal, call Botsford Lumber Co. Home of Peerless Coal Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr. CALL Theatre, Aigona December 5 to December 17 Tues.-Wed., Dec. 5-6 DOROTHEA WIECK KENT TAYLOR "THE CRADLE SONG" Uec. 7 Friday, Dec. 8 Santa Claus Day in Algona. Children's Free ?, 12 to *' Selected Short Subjects. Mickey Mouse Masks Free. 2:30 Regular Matinee, prices ioc-25c. "TARZAN, THE FEARLESS" Free Show 4: 30 and 5:30, Selected Short Subjects "TAKZAN THE FEARLESS" Saturday, Dec. Double Feature 9 JOHN WAYNE "Somewhere in Sonora" and Dick Cromwell in "ABOVE THE CLOUDS" Sun.-Mon. MARIE DRESSLER LIONEL BARRYMORE Dec. 10-11 "CHRISTOPHER BEAN" Tues.-Wed. CHAS. LAUGHTON in Dec 12 IS "Private Life of Henry VIII" ' and Disney's Noah's Ark (4 star reel feature) Thurs.-Fri., Dec. 14-15 PAUL MUNI in "THE WORLD CHANGES" 3at., Dec. 16 Double Feature GEO. BRENT MARGARET LINDSEY "FROM HEADQUARTERS" Carol Lombard In "SUPER NATURAL" "Tarzan The Fearless"—Serial ! oming Attractions Joan Crawford, Clark Gable in "Dancing Lady" "Dinner at Eight" "Esqulmo" "Going Hollywood" "Alice In Wonderland" "Emperor Jones" Win Rogers In "Mr. Skltch" , . and Mrs. O. A. Lamnreux and chUd- en and Mrs. Esther Askins of Titonka and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert T. Winter and children of Swea Citx, i T he! American Legion Auxiliary unit held their regular monthly business "feetiMr at the home of Mrs. pearl Rlcklefg Tuesday evening. A Christmas an.d jjiany cards ™ .. . turned In, which will be sent to the veterans hospital at KnoxvUle Christmas Greeting Cards So essential at Christmas time to send a cheery word to those dozens of friends and relatives you want to remember. They have never been so attractive and so inexpensive. Select early. The Algona Upper Des Moines Z HOTEL \pAiinneapolis 1JL Newest fireproof Hotel Jobben «nd D»partm»«t Sto 6ARA6I S«V»C» Ratm Reduced I* AND UP Coffee Shop Hef» yo« w»l vwtfUud food ike*) cooked foodi. Sp«cUi CM H. H, 60*. L».()>••• M DMMT SO em) Me. Dine and Danet SPANISH VILLAGE MO COVER CHARGt F.moy, ,|.oo " EVERYTHING ;-;•.* *

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