The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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jjhj Algona Upper PM Mgineg, Aigwia, !*». H, KV9KTORLUHES ENJOY FARM CLUB MEETING FRIDAY lire, tflm Egel Entertains 13 and H. D, A.; New Officers Eteeted Irylngton: The ladlra' term Bureiu Of Jtfrtflgton towfishlp met Friday, Dec. I, with Mrs. Chas. Egtl. Thirteen ladies and Mrs. tearerton, county H. D. A., Were,present. A covered dish ton* «heon was served at noon, officers for the coming year were elected as follows: township chairman, Mrs. Pred "jtt assistant UrtWu&lo chairman, OKaC Reaper; eodpefafcofs in the '' " ool districts are No. 1. Mrs. , anfl Mrs. B. & Saundert, Reaper and Mrs. Sorensen, Cat! Hutchlns, and Mrs. Dec. 8, 1933 BUS FARES LOWER 2c per mile and Less Fares from Algona To OW RT Minneapolis, Minn. ...4.10 7.40 Omaha, Netx 4.UO 7.40 Mason City, Iowa ....1.20 220 Spencer, Iowa 1.05 1.90 Waterloo, Iowa 2.90 5.25 Rochester. Minn. 3.65 6.60 Cedar Rapids, Iowa ... .4.00 7.45 Los Angeles, Calif. . .25.10 4520 Mankato, Minn 3.45 6.40 JEFFERSON LINES Bus Depot Algona Hotel Dits- /ohn Sehuife and Mrs. Wolf, NO. R £ Parsons and Mrs. u. fl Frankl. More than one Udjr was choi- en front each district to provide a bet* t*f Chance fdr" Ivett aMWdt bite* fep* tf#nted at the fc&tffiga. Mf*. R. F. Roney was elected publicity chairman. School Program Mitt Marguerite Skilllrig, teacher m district No. 6, coniirtoniy known as the J. A. Johnson school, it giving a mlsee)* lentous program open to the public on Thursday evening, Dec. 4. The program consists of music fay DelorlS warren; dialogue, 'The Plan That Palled; two songs by the first grade, "Little Jack Homer and Whose Dog Art Thou"; dialogue, A Visit to Santa Claus- dialogue, Haw Decides to Leave; dialogue, The Darky Insurance Agent; four recitations by Harold Becker, Glen Bur* llngame, George McGuire and George faith. Rachel Becker will give her declamatory reading, "Jimmie tends the Baby." George and RaChel Becker will give violin and piano music; dialogue, Abel Adams' Happy Christmas; doe* ng, two Christmas carols sung by the school. Those who so desire may purchase lunch. There will also be a candy sale and those So inclined may visit a fish pond. Miss Bkilling and her pu- preparation hi planning this unique plls have made an unusual amount of program so let all interested show their appreciation by attending. The time 8 o'clock. Mn. A. D. fttftdtef was critically in Sunday* meriting suffering frYttn ifl ;^A *.,^- ™ gesuon, M Mr. and Mrs. OhM: WS&* *m sun- day dlnnftf guest* WiOi Mr. RWjj» ( « mother, Mrs. sam ReapW. Pfank wefeer, shelled and Mid five Mds of corn at' W loeM elevate on Monday. The price WM m A bushel. Mrs. James Love of Garner visited the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Patterson. Railroad Repair Job General repair men of the Northwestern railroad have been busy recently working on the water tank. A new relief man is again on duty at the depot temporarily for a period of two weeks. A. B. Rawson, agent, some time ago who is now stationed at Butterfield, Minn, has a very good chance of securing this location permanently. Mr. Rawson's mother, Mrs. Chas. Davis and the Rawson's three year old son are spending the winter in Florida, and will return north in the spring. Have That Well Dressed Look! . . . What if you haven't any new clothes . . . we'll make your old ones look like new! Our thorough cleaning will remove every spot, every speck of dirt—our careful pressing and finishing will restore the original lines, vanquish bagginess ... 25 years of experience guarantees expert work. Send along your felt hat, too. You'll like our work. Elk Cleaners & Tailors Mr. and Mrs. Harry sabin and family were Sunday visitors at the M. L. Roney home. Mrs, Sabln is Mrs. Roney's niece. Prank Capeslus, prominent Irvlngton farmer has been ill with kidney trouble. Mr. Capeslus' many friends wish him a speedy recovery. Prankl Bros, genera) merchandise store started Invoicing and appraising the stock of goods this week relative to settling the Martin Frankel estate. Miss Mary Kain, R. N., of Rochester, Minn., visited over the week end at the James Black home. Miss Kain WAS graduated last June from a hospital at Rochester. Miss Rnby Koepke was a Wednesday night and Thursday visitor at the home of her friend, Ruth Turner in Algona. Thursday the girls motored to Mason City on a pleasure trip. Mrs. Nina Schichtl left for Chicago Sunday evening to visit her daughter, Mrs. Roy Blythe. Mrs. Schichtl will make quite an extensive visit, not returning until the holiday season. Mrs. Paul Hudson who has been seriously 111 at the Kossuth hospital, is expected to be brought home this week Thursday. She is rapidly improving from her recent illness. Her many friends welcome her back. A large crowd enjoyed the birthday celebration held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud on last Friday evening. The party was in honor of Wm. Boldrldge, Loren Kale and Mrs. Halsrud whose birthdays have occurred near that date. The Ladies' Aid have postponed Indefinitely then* church supper and apron sale which had been previously announced for this Thursday evening. On Dec. 20 the ladles have secured the serving of the lunch at the George Stewart farm sale. Monday morning Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard Sr, left for Lone Rock for visit with their five daughters who reside in that vicinity. Mrs. Alex Krueter and Mrs. Fred Genrlch, live In Lone lock while Mrs. Albert Thompson, Mrs. lay Zunkel and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough live on farms. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trask and two ons of Atwater, Minn., visited the past week at the M. E. Blanchard home. On Tuesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Jr., motored with their guests to Lone Rock where they will complete their visit with other relatives before returning to Atwater. 09Klv M^l^fAP SMMRNMA TftMtat TN ttffc MM jm.* 4hJHiKfe ^^a^ ^£ ^t got mner wxy n falo township wIMft farmer east of h»wn, containing 1,000 ta«h«)s ot «m. aww «r* « ftrfww M «Mn m er can get to them. Phone 330 We Deliver The Aid society met last Wednesday at the church annex due to the Christmas program in Algona on Thursday, thus permitting those who wish to attend an opportunity to do so. Mrs. O. L. Miller and Armor Lempke were the hostesses. There was an attendance of 12. The ladies finished a quilt they have been working on. Last Thursday Irvlngton township was practically deserted, everyone taking advantage' of the Christmas holiday program sponsored by the business men of Algona. Schools were dismissed which gave parents an opportunity to accompany their children on a shop-ping tour as well a:; the splendid entertainment provided. Such occasions as these tend to make a spirit of cooperation between the farmer and business man. ool. o. o. Riddle was in town Taw- day on business. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. French drote to Mankato Tuesday. Phydellls and Lorraine Peterson were Algona callers Saturday. Axel Thompson of dear Lake was a visitor at the Hamatreet home over Sunday. The Nelson brothers and sisters drove to Ooldfleld Monday to attend tfte fun* eral of an uncle. B. R. Worley, sealer for Buffalo, German, Ramsey and Portland townships began his Wo«r Monday. fid Zwiefel of Tltonka and John Bwlerel of Ames drove to Ames for a visit over the week end. Lawrence Hughbanks was a visitor ; the Ken Fisher home over Sanday. Mr. Hughbanks is from West Union. Mrs. Elisabeth Amesbury and daughter, Clarice of Carroll, were here Tuesday on business and visiting old friends. Miss Beth Bonacker celebrated her th birthday Wednesday after school. She held open house for her little relatives and friends. Ed Callies, Spanish-American war veteran, was transfered from the Fort Snellng hospital near St. Paul to the veterans' hospital at Rot Springs, South Dakota. Mrs. Herman Rachut will entertain the Woman's club at her home Thursday evening. Mrs. M. S. Craven will have charge of the lesson, the subject being Uruguay. Saturday morning men were put to work on the town project under the Civil Works prosram. The project is a storm sewer needed very badly and will nine men put to steady work for at least six weeks. At the meeting of the town council Monday evening Homer Downs was appointed to fill the vacancy left by Herwan Rachut who resigned. Homer a fine young business man and is sure to make a good councilman. Mrs. Earl Stott entertained the Tuesday afternoon bridge club this week. Hirti score was made by Mrs. Carl tallies, second high by Mrs. M. S. Craven and low by Mrs. George Bonacker. Mrs. Craven and Mrs. Martin Bleich were guests. ***• * AMI " ftt CWwft ef to fee «*U pmtfe* «*s MM M Utt church Tueataf. Mr. and Mi*, quintan RJusttom. Mr. and Mi«. Cecil Bjustrom and A. O. BJusUtmt vtelted the Lawrence BJua- trom family at Stratford and other relative* at Boofle over the week end. Mia. A. O. Bjustrom who had been vis- ting at the latter place for some days previously, returned home with them. Mir. and Mrs. ft. L. Reid Of fiobart* cn, drove to Minneapolis for the week end. They were accompanied by a Mr. Arneson whose home la there and who is working foreman of a two man crew which is doing repair work on Farmers Elevator buildings at Hobarton. The crew Is being lodged and boarded at the Reid home. Mrs. Bertha Wallace who has been topping with Mrs. Wm. Treptow for the past several weeks, has gone to the rane of her daughter, Mrs. George HawcOtt, northwest of Burt for an indefinite stay. Her grandson, Wallace Hawoott had the misfortune to break his leg one dfty early last week while at play upon the school grounds at Burt. A play which is being prepared by the parent-teachers association of district seven will be presented at Good Hope community room Friday evening, Dec. 5 at 8 o'clock. Reports of those who re Informed Indicate that an hour of interesting entertainment will be provided. A nominal admission fee will be charged at the door and a free lunch served following the program. 86* BBNSDIOT NEWS Lawwnw tank is suffering with the fta tidft *4*fc, Mr. KM Mra. L. M. Arndorftt and fwttty ww» 8wWa> afternoon visitors at aw Wm, Amdorfer home. Mlw Lucille Simons, who had spent Mx> «Aimm« with her brother, George «xi family. Mate horn* Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A, P. Huohka and Vlr- ftnta and Emory and Mrs. Anna Huseh- ak and Loralne and Louisa were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fthr. M. and Julius Peretl left last Friday by auto for Savannah, Missouri, vl<i; Max »nd Richard's father, Oeo. Fmtl, ST., who has been there the put two weeks taking treatments at a sani- tarium. Mr. Meyw mo rtftfttetd tvt treatments. lift Anfl MM ^ m S0» and daughter, tmdgene- Marl*, aMWnpanled tf Mrs. Henry seller and Mtt. J. L. accident recently and also to; visit lativte *t Haltraf ftfr ft fe* dlyt. NOW fbr Good Fellows Club Everybody Is joining this club, men and wcumen, "by the way some women are mighty good fellows. Already the Christmas cheer box has $41.00 In it. No one is asked to give. If you Join it Is a voluntary contribution from the goodness of your heart. You get a kick out of the giving and some kid gets A happy Christmas. It is worth 25e to any man or woman to feet that way. It shows that the milk of human kindness is still bubbling in your system. Some families have had ft hard pull this year and are not able to do for the children all they would like to. Let us help them for the children's sake. These children are our future men and women. What kind of citizens they become depends upon how they are treated while young. Lei us show them that this Is a pretty good old world to live in. I am not thinking of the store this week. I guess 1 have kind of got the Christmas spirit. I am advertising the Good Fellow club instead of the store, Five of us are wrapping up goods as fast as we can so I guess the store does not need any advertising, but the children do need a Merry Christmas. Bo let us all together, every man and woman who can spare 2fic just throw it into the Christmas Cheer Box at Neville's Shoe Store. You will feel better and I am sure the kids will think better of the world in which they live. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN ALGONA, IOWA. GOOD HOPE NEWS IN APPRECIATION I wish to thank Christensen Brca., Chrischilles & Herbst, Sorensen Drug score and N. O. Rice for the gifts I received as second prize in the Miss Mary Christmas contest. I also want to thank my friends who made it possible by their votes for me to win these gifts.—Betty Barry. Jim Kelly of Hobarton left the first if the week for several days visit with riends at Monona, Iowa. A postponed meeting of the Good lope L. A. S. was held at the home of Mrs. Otto Engstrom Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Engstrom assisting hostess. Though still confined to bed, Mrs. Wm. Stoutenberg is Improved after an illness of over a week. Mrs. Oscar Blancbard has been caring tor -her much of the-time. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dodds and Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood were at Whltte- more Wednesday evening for the annual supper and bazaar of the L. A. S. of the Whittemore M. E. church. Committees representing the L. A. S. December birthday group and teachers planning the Good Hope Christmas pa- i geant Kiet with Mrs. D. C. Gardner on Wednesday afternoon and evening, Dec. 5th. Mrs. Otto Engstrom and daughter, Betty, went to Minneapolis with her brother, Chris, last week. Otto and his sons, Howard and Herbert, drove up on Saturday and the family returned Sunday. W. J. Bourne, Henry Engstrom, Erwin Turner, Fred Plumb, Mart Elmore, D. C. Gardner, Vern Gross, W. I. Dodds and Rev. Allen Wood attended a meet- Phone 229 BLUE STAR COAL It will mean Health, Happiness and Comfort in your home. Order a Load Today—It's a "Long Laster." F.S.NORTON & SON a- "When Better Coal is Made We Will Sell It." Like a Streak of Lightning Out of a Clear Sky Conies this Startling Announcement that THE BOSTON STORE is THE BOSTON STORE has lost its lease and just ten days before Christmas s^ the lease expires the first of the year, and we have sold our equipment and fixtures to the Leuthold Clothing Co, who will take pos^ session after remodeling and redecorating* We are forced to sell the new $10,000,00 stock of Men's Suits, Overcoats, Underwear, Hats, Shirts, Work Clothes, and all the rest of our line of Men's Furnishings* Everythinq Must Go. Never before has the public had an opportunity at Christmas time to buy such high class merchandise at such reduced prices, No Need to Quote Prices-We promise you will not be disappointed Everything Must Go Nothing Reserved The Boston Store NOW Is the Time to Buy

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