The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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The Algona UpperPea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 14,1933 ELEVEN BURT MEN GET JOBS THROUGH MAGE, COUNTY C. W. A. PROJECTS Five Work in Town; Six Go To County Crew Hear i Lone Reck Butt: SUc Butt men were given a job here tat* week with thirty hours a week and fifty cents an hour. The town supplies the truck for the men to haul gravel on the streets. The following men were given work: Allen Oarr, F. A. Carter, jerry Nleland, Herbert Wlese, R. N. Jones and Roy oilem and the work will continue as long as the wea- tbe rstays good. Five more Burt men were called to Lone Rock Monday morning to work on the county project work. The following men Were called: F. o. Stow, Lance Reibhoff, Jim Ollem, Mike Bear and Herman Neiteel. But Papib Win The county declamatory contest was held at Fenton. Burt was represented by Gordon OiddlngS, Ruth Thompson, and June Rash. The girl won first and Gordon won third place. Burt was also represented at Lone Rock by Harold Welske, Mary Ann Smith and Clarence Riddle where Harold Weiske won third place. P. T. A. Meets Thursday The meeting of the Parent-Teachers association will be held at the school house Thursday evening of this week. The following program will be given: "The Why of Child Behavior" by Miss Charlotte Warrier, "Characteristics of Adolescence" by Mrs. W. A. Peters and "Detrimental Effects of Jealousy" by Mrs. Maude Hanna. Two musical numbers will be furnished by school talent. H. A. Thompson was 111 several days last week. Clifford Holding drove to Nevada on business last Saturday. Mrs. W. A. stoutenberg has been 111 but is improving at this time. The Eastern Star members served a six o'clock dinner Tuesday evening. Mrs. Jim Ollem entertained the Birthday circle Thursday afternoon. The Auxiliary ladles will meet with Mrs. Lillian Slgler Prday afternoon to sew. Rev. J. E. Clifton of Armstrong was here Thursday evening calling on old friends. Mrs. J. P. Stow will entertain the sewing circle at her home Thursday afternoon. The Queen Esther girls met on Tues- Great Holiday r 1 11 c 1 i rood bale at LONG'S Food Shop Headquarters for Christmas Trees Headquarters for Xmas Food Supplies Long's Meats are Treats We want school and church candy and nut orders. It will pay you to see Long's. EGGS WANTED day night at the home of Miss Vera Ohlpman. Fred Rlngsdorf and his son, Ted, were at Mapteton on business on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. c. t. Mansmtth entertained a wnnber of ladles at a quilting party Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Buell were din ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. A Thompson Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Will Boettcher and their children -were guests Sunday a the J. W. Holding hotne. Miss Lucille Bewick entertained LOU) Joe and Kenneth Graham and Harolc Hobson for dinner Sunday. Morris Coffin and several other boys who were in the CO work at Decorah have been transferred to Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oteon and daughters spent Saturday at the Roj Oodden home near Fairmont, Minn. Mrs. Robert Moore and two children of Algona and Robert Moore spent the week end here at the Paul Moore home A large number of Burt people were at Algona on Thursday to attend the Christmas program and to greet Santa Claus. A Christmas party will be given by the Legion Auxiliary for the children of ex-service men at the hall Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings and son of Whittemore and Mrs. Henry Jennings were guests at the M. E. Larsen home Sunday. W. H. smith, who has been ill at the home of bis daughter, Mrs. Floyd Duncan, Is not as well as usual and is in a critical condition. Miss Rachel Clapsaddle won fifth place in the Christmas contest at Algona last Thursday. Miss Clapsaddle won some nice prizes. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pannkuk and children spent Sunday at Titonka at the home of Mr. Pannkuk's parents Mr. and Mrs. Sever Pannkuk. A cantata will be given at the Presbyterian church Sunday night, Dec. 17th. A cantata will also be given at the Methodist church' Dec. 24th. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Oiddings, and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf drove to Wesley Sunday to visit then- father, W. P Oiddings at the Bert Oiddiags home Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rlngsdorf and son and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hansen anc Kenneth drove to Eagle Grove on Sun. day to visit Mr. and Mrs. Harry McElroy. The Portland farm bureau ladies are serving their annual banquet to then- husbands at the Presbyterian church recently. A program was given following the dinner. A birthday party was given by the junior and senior classes Saturday in honor of Elizabeth Rash. The party was given in the Legion hall. All report a fine time. The Woman's Home Missionary so clety will meet at the home of Mrs R. L. Roetman with Mrs. Lloyd Stevens assisting. Mrs. F. L. Ryerson will have charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frane, Opa Morrison, Miss Jeannette,Goeders, Dr M."G. Bourne and R. B. Waller of Al gona were guests of Dr. and Mrs. W T. Peters Sunday evening. C. G. Rentz had the misfortune to break his ankle Saturday when he fell out of a tree. Mr. Rentz was sawing a limb off when he fell, catching his foot in the tree. Owing to his age he will be laid up for some time. The following officers were electee at the meeting of the Mason lodge on Thursday evening: M. O. Richards, senior warden; A. M. Gustafson, junior warden; H. V. Jones, H. A. Thompson secretary and C. C. Smith treasurer. The Woman's club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. W. T. Peters with Miss Alice Elghme assisting The following program was given, a paper, "Clock Book," by Lulu Hawcott, talk on Clockmakers of StUlvlUe by Miss Mattie Warner and a solo by Miss Anna Overgard. XBHi Choose Cozy Slippers for the "Hard-to-Please' Many Adorable New Styles in Slippers 95cto $1,95 Every pair has a little of that magic that did so much for Cinderella.,, a subtle flattery and chaipn, whether frivolous or smartly tailored. Elegant satin or rayon crepe models in luscious tints for the leisurely lady . . , and sturdy kid types for busy early-morning risers, Christensen Bros. Swea City Drug Store Sold to Mason City Men Swea City: H. T. Winter has sold his drug store stock to Prank Huxtabie and Cecil Griffith of Mason City. The store wll be managed by Mr. Griffith, a registered pharmacist, and also a graduate of the University of Iowa. The new owner* will take possession Monday, December 11 and will put in a new complete drug store stock, also a complete Christmas stock. The M. E. church aid society cleared $320.00 at their annual bazaar held Saturday. Artowe Carter, son Of Mr. and Mrs. 8. V. Carter, la seriously ill at Fairmont. Miss Winnie Seylar, nurse, Is caring for him. Arthur Benson of Bralnerd, Minn., Is getting the C. A. Holm store building ready for occupancy. Mr. Benson is a son-in-law of Mrs. Holm, the owner of the building. The children of the 6th grade will bring toys and Christmas treats to be distributed to the needy children for Christmas cheer. These toys will be distributed through the local Red Cross committee. Mable Howe Hired by Lone Rock for Teaching Vacancy Lone Rock: The school board held a meeting Thursday evening and hired Miss Mabel Howe of Bancroft to take Miss Knudsen's place in the third and fourth grade room as teacher. Mrs. W. O. Flaig has been teaching since Miss Knudsen's Illness and death. Bernlce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick, la ill with bowel infection. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath of Algona visited at the home of Mrs. John Rath Friday. Rev. S. M. Gladstone went to Fort Dodge Monday to attend the Fort Dodge Presbytery. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook and son, Lyle of. Fort Dodge were Sunday callers at the W. J. Cotton home. Edith Worthington of Jollet, m., arrived here Saturday to visit with her mother, Mrs. Lillle Worthington. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. John Rath. Mrs. G. E. Whltehlll of Perry and Mrs. Wade Sullivan of Algona visited at the W. J. Cotton home last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Traske of Atwater, Minn., visited at the Fred Gen- rlch home from last Tuesday until last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stoll of Ames visited from Thursday until Saturday at the Andrew Thomson and Victor Rogers homes. The Busy Friday club will meet at the home of Mrs. Emll Kraft Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Leeper is assisting hostess. John, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. D Newbrough, had the misfortune to have a horse kick him on the leg and cu' a two inch gash. The Mothers club met at the home of Mrs. j. M. Blancbar4>last Wednesday afternoon. : :, Mw;Claude Whltehlll was assisting hostess. " * ^ Guests at the Otis Saunders home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kruse daughter, Evelyn, Jake Tuschudy, Eva Helmke and Howard Barton all of Renwick. The weekly Bible study was held at the Frank Dacken home last Wednesday evening. This week Wednesday It will be held at the home of Mrs. C. Madison. Superintendent and Mrs, L. E. Godfrey drove to Truesdale Saturday to take Mrs. Godfrey's mother home, who spent the past week visiting at the Godfrey home. Frank Flaig accompanied Lester Weisbrod of Fenton to Mollne, m., Monday to attend a John Deere Implement dealers' meeting held there on Tuesday and Wednesday. Merwyn Marlow and Floy Salmon of Llvermore were married at Waterloo ast Saturday, Merwyn is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Marlow, farmers southwest of Lone Rock. The Ladles' Mite society met at the iome of Mrs. Wm. Knoll Thursday af- ;ernoon. There will be no further meetings until after Christmas. A party will be held at the church Dec. 28 and each member is to bring a guest and a covered dish and (sandwiches for .hemselves. The Lone Rock high school Is Joining with Burt and Fenton in presenting a series of one act plays during this week. The play will be presented at jone Rock Tuesday and at Fenton on Thursday evening. Burt gave "The Dummy" Friday of last week. Penon will give "Hans Von Smash" and Jone Rock "Rats." Lone Rock cast includes Dorothy and Verne Dacken, Jack Tibbets, Dorothy Bierstedt. Members of the Ringsted Presbyter- an church will give a Christmas can- afa at the local church next Mon- Iny evening. A week from next Sunday, Dec. 24 church will be at 11:30 and Sunday School at 10:30. The Christmas profrram to be given Christmas Eve will be given at the church o eliminate heating the school house or those few days. This program is under the direction of Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard. The American Leerion Auxiliary met t the home of Mrs. E. M. Jensen Friday afternoon. Eight members were iresent at the meetlntr. It was voted to nil a basket at Christmas time for the erdv families and things to go In this nsket are to be left at the home of Mrs. John Sprank. One dollar was ent to non-compensated veterans. It as also decided to have card parties fter the holidays and a committee was ppolnted to take care of this. The ext meetlner will be held Jan. 12 with drs. W. G. Flaig. The junior high school declamatory ontest was held at the tone Rock I gymnasium last Wednesday evening. Winners in the oratorical class "The Prince of Peace" by Gordon Dlmler, first, "The Constitution," Vernon Holll- ster, second; dramatic class, first, "David's Star of Bethlehem." Marian Jen«n, second, "Little Dub", Phyllis Llch- <y; humorous class, first, "By the Sweat of her Brow." Bettv Marlow, second, "Jimmy, the Unafraid," Robert Lee Llchtv. Schools represented In this contest were Burt, Fenton, Lone Rock, Seneca and LuVerne. Lone Rock won the pup and a similar contest was held at Fenton the same evening in which von the cup. CORN SEALING IN ST. JOE VICINITY WELLUNDERWAY Clubs, Societies Meet; Social Activities for Holidays Planned St. Joe: 0. R. Schoby, official sealer has been very busy the put week measuring and sealing cribs of corn for the farmers in this community. Matt Hilbert was the first to have his sealed. The Peter Erpeldlngs entertained the Puhrmann family Sunday. Theodore Schroeder of Wesley was a visitor Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. John Berte la the possessor of a new corn shelter which was trucked to his place from Peorla, HI., last week. Peter Kayser left Monday mowing for St. Paul. Mrs. Nick Phillips accompanied him to Olaremont, Minn. The Henry ThUges family is driving a new Chevrolet sedan which was purchased in Algotna last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud entertained a oumber of relatives and friends at * house party last week Friday night lumeh was served. The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James O. Seeker was baptised Annette Mae Friday afternoon. Sponsors were Mrs. Kick Phillips and George Seeker. Irene Oelshecker and a school teacher friend, Mary Casper of Rolfe spent the week end at the home of Irene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oelsheck- er. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kohihaas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Devlne and son and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reding were Sunday dinner guests at the John S. Reding home. Susie Zelmet entertained a few of her friends at Sunday dinner in honor of Lucille Simon of St. Benedict who has been visiting her. Lucille returned to her home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hermann are the parents of a baby girl born Dec. 6th. The infant was baptized Luella Mary, on Sunday afternoon. Sponsors were Mrs. Anton Becker and Peter Klrsch. Mrs. Adolph Puhrmann, Mrs. Joseph Kupper and son, Mike, Mrs. Fred Schad and son, Joe and Richard Hobauer .returned from Plalnvlew, Minn., Tuesday evening after a few days' visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Illg are the parents of a baby girl born Dec. 6th. The Infant was baptised Dorothy Ann Friday afternoon. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet. The tllgs now have a family of three girls and two boys. At the card party Friday evening in St. Joseph Hall, five hundred was played at 30 tables. Bertha. Thul and Peter Becker were awarded high prims. Bridge was played at 1ft tables and high prices were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner. Lunch was served by the committee of which Mrs. John Becker is chairman. The Friendly club met last Wednesday at the honw of Mrs. J. B. Mc- Netll. Mrs. C. R. Schoby was assisting hostess. Mrs. R.. V. Fitch and Mrs. Robert Casey had charge of the entertainment which consisted of sing* ing, story telling and social conversation Mrs. O. R. Schoby told of their trip to the Worlds Fair in Chicago. Refreshment* were served at the close. The next meeting Is to be held at the home of Mrs. Jack Devlne with Mrs. Wm. Metzen assisting hostess. LAKOTA NEWS The Misses Gertrude Wortman and Blanche Miller, were Mason City shoppers last Saturday. O. A. Amelsburg came up from Jewell, Iowa, Saturday for an over Sunday visit at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Leslie Kahl. The two little sons of Alfred Jorgenson from near Swea City spent Satur- day afternoon at the home of their aunt. Mrs. Leslie KahL The O. J. Rippentfop family wet» at Algona last Thursday, and Wfcfl* there they took In the parade put on by Santa Olaua and his crew tram toy* land. Mr. and Mrs. Russell winter, Henrietta, and Harry and Albert Boofcel- man spent last Wednesday in D«B Motnes. The Presbyterian Ladies* Aid vflt have Oielr Christmas psfty at ttw church parlors on Thursday afternoon, of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenau and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer were entertained at seven o'clock dinner last Thursday evening at th« Wade Bml home. The occasion was the Ball's second wedding anniversary. Mrs. Andrew Jansen and C. K. Rlp- pentrop drove to Mason city last Saturday where they stayed until Sun* day when they were accompanied by more members of the family to Rochester where they visited with Mrs. Rlp- pentrop. Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop, who went to Rochester about two weeks ago haa undergone an operation for the removal of two tumors and the gall bladder, wa» getting atong as well as could be expected at this writing.) HWr many friends here hope for her speedy recovery. FOR SALE—Threshers or corn shell- ers' Hens. Algona Upper Deo Molnes. 82-tt Men Appreciate Gifts of Wearing Apparel From a Man's Store Hundreds of Practical Gifts for "Hims" to be Pound Here Solving the Gift problem for Man's Christmas is comparatively easy. Just take inventory of his likes and dislikes in his manner of dress for business—social activities—traveling—sports. Is he of the judicous kind who believes a prosperous, stylish appearance always make the best impression 1 ? Does he seek recreation whenever his time will permit-r-does he play golf? Does his business oft take him on the road? Or—is it his hobby to seek ideal comfort in his leisure hours at home ? A Few Suggestions You know the answers. Select his Gifts accordingly. Win his admiration and appreciation by following our judgment in that selection—a judgment that has long satisfied men's wants in correct and stylish apparel. For instance there is nothing that will please a man more than a shirt. Every man can always find use for several more shirts. We have hundreds on display here. And there are neckties. Always a most acceptable gift. A couple of our silk ties in special holiday boxes will find delight in his eyes. A colorful muffler of wool or silk as a gift would be to his liking. It's something that he can wear throughout the cold weather months and adds much to his comfort. Bath robes, and dressing gowns are among the best Christmas gifts. Eveiy man appreciates having one, but it is one of those things that he will seldom buy for himself. Gloves and mittens find a ready sale for Christmas presents. They are gifts that are appreciated by old and young. Men who travel are easily cared for. Gladstones will be very acceptable gifts. A universally popular gift is a genuine all leather belt, with perhaps a gold or silver plated initial buckle. Buying a present for grandfather is usually a hard task. Permit us to suggest a pair of slippers, a flannel shirt, or a scarf. These are things that add to his comfort during the cold weather months. Gifts that Respect a Man's Rights Bath Robes 4.00-6.00 Pajamas 1.50-3.50 Dress Gloves 1.00-3.50 Mufflers 1.00-2.95 Belt Buckles 1.00-1.50 Neckties 50c-1.00 Shirts 1.00-1.95 Interwoven socks __ 35c-50c Golf Hose 50c-1.50 Belts SOc-l.OO Suspender Sets SOc-l.OO Garters 25c-50c Sweaters 1.00-5.00 Shirt Jewelry 50c-1.00 Underwear 1.00-3.00 Umbrellas ___ __1.00-2.50 Suit Cases __ __2.50-5.00 Gladstone Bags 9.50-27,50 We'll be glad to suggest, guide and counsel your gift buying. We know men's tastes. You can select any article now and we'll put it aside for Christmas delivery. Mail order patrons should write now for this year's Christmas mail promises to be the heaviest on record. ZENDER & CALDWELL ALGONA, IOWA. Open night the week before Christinas.

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