The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 14,1933 IEDYARDMEN , EN JOY BANQUET' Theo. Ohrischllles Speaks at Meeting to Organise LedjardOlub liedyard: fho men of Ledyatd enjoy. «d ft Uaquet at the school house last Thursday evening. The 6:30 dinner was MPred In the gymnasium by the music jttKtent* under the direction of Mrs. v. A. B&rrett, Mrs. A. E. Laurlteen, Mrs. George Looft and Mrs. Edward Halver- «m. fallowing the dinner, Mr. chrls- ohllles, the president of the Algona Catnerdal dub gave the address. The meeting was In the Interest of forming * dub here. The following board was elected, three to serve two years, nam- 3f. Alvln Carpenter, George Dunn and Tlce Brack, those for one year, Wm. Flynn, D. A. Carpenter and Wm. Oar- VMce Part In Broadcast On Thursday afternoon a group of music students and their director, v. A. Sarett, drove to Algona to have a part in the broadcast, a part of Algona's big celebration. Those who took pirt were: Kenneth Thompson, tenor •aolo, Alvira Halverson and Henrietta •O-Keefe, piano duet, Alice Hagge, violin aolo, THrner Halverson, trumpet solo, Tilmer Halverson and Kenneth Thomp. Distinctive Glasses Wear modern and attractive glasses. Have your eyes examined. A. W. Amunson Optometrist Office located 1st door South Call Theater. ton, trumpet duet, TUmer Halve-son, Kenneth Thompson and James Logan, brass group, James Zicgian, trombone solo, mixed vocal group, tots Wilson, Ltietta Gelhaus, Doris Welfare, Lillian Sanders, Turner Halvtrson, Kenneth Thompson and James Logan. Norm* Kelly and Marjorle Stranahan were Fairmont shoppers Saturday. Mrs. James Hllferty had a quilting party at her home Friday afternoon. Thirteen men are beginning work on Monday under the Civil Works project. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and BUI were shoppers in New trim Saturday. 'Mrs. J. C. Peterson of Sanborn visited this past Week at the home of her son, carl. Arlene Drew spent several days this past week at the home of her aunt near Buffalo Center. L. W. Wiemer, George Moulton and George Hagge were business callers In Algona Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rlchter are the proud parents of a son, Marlon Wesley born Sunday, Dee. 3. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Wiemer visited at the Frank Wiemer home at Okoboji last Thursday evening. Genevieve KlUey, Ruth Jones, Adelaide Randall and Harold Granner were Algona shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yahnke and Margaret visited Friday at the Julius Jensen home near Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Strand and their children, Mrs. George Thompson and Duane were Algona callers last Thursday. Mrs. Ben Oesch has been ill with the flu the past week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Welfare. Anita Gelhaus underwent a minor operation at Dr. Devlne's office last Wednesday morning. She is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. c. H. Graham and their daughter, Mary of Boxholm were Sunday guests of Miss Alice Dunham at the Mayer home recently. The Ledyard boys' team played basketball at Swea city last Tuesday even- Ing and lost both games. The first team was defeated 32 to 16 and the second team 7 to 6. The music students are beginning work on a comedy, "Just What the Doctor Ordered," to be given some time after Christmas under the direction of V. A. Barrett. Candidates for the local postoffice took the civil service examinations at Algona Saturday. They were Mrs. Jessalyn Weinberger, Mrs. J. McDonald and Roy Link. ' "A Specialized Insurance Service" The Algona Insurance Agency C. R. LaBarre Low Rates Quick Claim Settlements Surety Bonds — Loans — Investments Phone 65 . 1st Door North of Iowa State Bank. On Friday evntag three one act plays will be presented in the high school auditorium by Grant, Tltonka and Ledyard. They win be, "Sterling Silver" by Grant, "They Cleaned the Attic" by Titonka, and "Just a Little Mistake" by Ledyard. The Kings' Herald missionary society held a cooky sale Saturday under the direction of their leader, Mrs. Edward Knoner. The girls took order* for the cookies early in the week and then delivered then Saturday. They cleared $5.80. The Methodist bazaar which was held last Wednesday evening was a decided success in very way. Supper was served to a very large crowd and all the fancy work and aprons and candy were sold and $75 was cleared. The Aid members wish to thank everyone who helped to make this possible. On Sunday morning in the Methodist church the folowlng were received into church membership: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and sons, Annin and Wesley, Mrs. Asa Warner and Mrs. August Sprank, R. Canary joined by transfer and Llla Hamm was received as a preparatory member. The following received the sacrament of baptism, Mrs. B. Jenks, Morjarie, Gordon, John and Patricia Matzner, Ruth Estle and Wesley Schultz. On last Wednesday night our Junior high declamatory students were In the contests at Swea City and Grant Center. Beulah Looft, Ruth Estle and Glen Dyer were at Swea City. Swea won all three nrsta and won the cup there. At Grant Center we were represented by Genevieve Gelhaus and Harold Moore who each won first place. Having no oratorical entry, Ledyard had ta take fourth in that class but hi spite of that was able to win the cup. On Friday night the local teams met Seneca on the home floor. The girls game was a fast one and close all the way through. The score was tied several times and at the close of the third quarter Ledyard was hi the lead by a point or so but Seneca made more baskets and at the end of the fourth quarter defeated Ledyard 27 to 24. The boys' game Ledyard won by a score of 35 to 20. As a curtain raiser the sixth and seventh grade boys met and the seventh grade won by a score of 7 to 5. Gets Suspended Sentence of 30 Days Hugh Carroll of Algona was given a suspended sentence of' 30 days in Jail by Mayor Carl P. Specht, last Friday hi the mayor's court here. He was charged wih petty larceny. His arrest resulted from the discovery that several children were trying to steal coal from, the Milwaukee coal sheds here. They Implicated Carroll. Trinity Lutheran Church P. J. Braner, paator The following services will be held next Sunday: Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. m. We have a graded Sunday School for all children and an able staff of Sunday School teachers. Adults are Invited to attend our Bible class. English services at 10:30 a. m. Confirmation instructions Saturday at 10 a. m. The school children and the girls of the Bible class will practice for the Christmsa program Sunday afternoon at two o'clock. The end pf the year is drawing near. Please nay your dues toward 'your church. ' One of Koftftiith's Oldest Women, St. Joe, Has Birthday Monday marked the anniversary of another birthday for Mrs. Katherlna Zellner, of St. Joe, who was honored on her 93rd birthday by her many friends and relative* Mrs. Zellner came to the Utalted States from Germany 53 yean ago, and settled at the farm home where she is now living. After many yean at the old home place she moved into St. Joe, but three years ago returned to the family farm to live with her son, Matt, and his family. She has one other son living, John, near St. Benedict. Mrs. Zellner Is up and around every day, and her activity belles the 93 years that she carries In such a sprightly manner. LUVEBNE NEWS There was a large attendance at the Presbyterian bazaar and supper Saturday. They made $89.48. Miss Vera Ramus and Andrew Hanson were married on Thursday afternoon, Rev. P. Braner officiating. A shower was held Tuesday night for Miss Vera Ramus at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ramus. Miss Addle Thompson come Tuesday from Morrison, Iowa for a visit at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thompson. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the M. E. church for Lud- wlg Knary. Interment was made in the LuVerne cemetery. Mrs. Laverne Jeffries and Howard Henderson returned home Saturday from Iowa City where they had been visiting their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Olson. Mrs. Wiener, who will be remembered here as Mrs. Adam Wiener, was united In marriage to John Zink at Waterloo Nov. 30th. They will make their home In Green Mountain. The Tuesday dub met this week at the home of Mrs. Alexander Evans. There was a Christmas program after which the hostess served refreshments Mrs. Arthur Hof was a guest of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Meyer and family arrived Saturday from Missouri and will make their home in LuVerne. Mrs. Meyer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Benedict. They have been on a farm in Missouri. Mr. Meyer Is to help Mr. Benedict in his grocery store. The J. J. club held a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Albert Schneider Friday afternoon. There were 16 members and ten children present. A Christinas program was given and an exchange of Christmas gifts was held. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Brink and son, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Brink, Mrs. Josephine Brink and (Mrs. Wm. Bigings attended a birthday dinner Sunday for Mrs. George Stoddard at her home in Renwlck. Mrs. Stoddard is the mother of Mrs. Blgings. About 34 were present at the dinner. Let the TT. D. M.-K. estimate on your next job of printing. P. H. Jensen of Fort Dodge visited with his mother, Mrs. Hans Jensen Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson and children visited at the Dan Patterson home at Armstrong Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Csborn and family left last week to visit Mrs. Osborn's grandparents at Rnlerlm, Iowa. Stanley Jensen, who is studying mechanical engineering at Ames spent a few days recently with his parents. Victoria Jenseii is staying with Mrs. Hans Jensen for a few days. Florence Jensen has been there for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. otto R. Jensen and eon, Russejl visited at the Fred Jensen home Sunday afternoon of last week. Merle Cooper visited from Thursday until Sunday with hte sisters, Mrs. Robert Carney and Mrs. Roy Lee of Algona. Among those who are or have been sick the oast week are Eldon Patterson, Nick and James Doocy and Leon Johannson. Rev. and Mrs. Sande, and Gladys Buerkins were callers at Bode recently where Rev. Sande confirmed a group of young people. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Screlber and family visited last Thursday with their daughter, Mrs. Earl Crosely and family of LIvennore. Mrs. Henry Burhoffer and boys returned home Saturday evening from Efflngton, m, after visiting with friends and relatives for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ornle Behrends, Jr., and daughter visited with Mrs. Behrends' parents, the Orie Hulbert family south of Lone Rock Sunday. Eldora Btrucker who Is a student at the Teachers' College at Cedar Falls, came home last Wednesday to visit for a few days with her parents. Mrs. C. C. cooper who has been taking care of her father Mr. Richardson at Laurens for several weeks, returned home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fired Simpson and daughter, Marjorle, Floyd Johnson, and 8. W. Nelson spent last Thursday at the Hanson home near Ceylon, Minn. Mrs. Julius Paul of Marshall and Carl Kueck of Good Rope visited at the Henry Kueck home last Friday. Mrs. Paul is a sister of Carl and Henry Kueck. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Behrends and family visited at the Ornie Behrends, Sr., home last Thursday. Their daughter and son, Evelyn and Wallace, are staying for a few mote days. Mrs. Blanche Thomas and daughter, Vrdda of Cedar Falls spent Thanksgiving day at the O. R. Patterson home. Helen Patterson accompanied them home after visiting for a few days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ornle Behrends, Sr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mino Behrends and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ornle Behrends, Jr., and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends and family of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. George Beh- Compare The Plymouth With any other car in the Low Price Field. That's all we ask. ELBERT Garage Dodge & Plymouth rends, Mr. and Mrs. Mlno Behrends flt Clifton, m., Mae Neaiy of Des Morae* Mr. and Mrs. John Miner of washt»» Mr. and MM. Henry Sehrend* aot family of ftolfe all attended UK funeral of Herman Behrends at Rlngated • week ago Tuesday. R W, POST Dray and Tranf er Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. M-tf If It's ELECTRICAL It Will Please Any Housewife Here are gifts that work—and work wonders! They make light work of ordinary and extraordinary household tasks. They do the simplest and most difficult at the mere flick of a button. If it's electrical, it will bring years of pleasure at surprisingly small cost. Give electrical household aids and solve many problems. A Few Gift Suggestions Electric Clock _$1.50 up Kitchen Mixer ..$18.00 Waffle Iron $5.95 Hot Point Iron 3.95 up Toasters $1.65 up Electric Pads _$3.95 up Percolator $4.85 up See the new Toastmaster Hospitality Set Pratt Electric Co. Phone 170 Algona, Iowa Time and space won't permit us to list all the bargains so come early and get your share. IOITTINC The greatest bargains of all time, be here and save money. Starting Friday Morning, Dec. 15,9 A. M. COTTON FLANNEL CHORE MITTS 15c value but out they go at, per doz. 69c WASH FROCKS Values to $1.69, choice, all sizes 94c SHOES AND RUBBERS 297 pair, good solid wearing shoes, pair 19c EVERYTHING HAS TO BE CLEANED OUT QUICK We are closing out our stock here and moving to Kansas City and we will leave as soon after the first of the year as we can. We have given up our lease on the store room and Mr. Stehle who owns the building has rented it to another party. So we can't change our minds this time. It's a sure go. We're pulling up stakes this time for sure. Our complete stock has to be sold and sold quick. Wholesale and retail prices will be forgotten the idea will be sell fast and furious, she's got to go. This is a golden opportunity for the buyers in this section and you will be the winner. Lay in your needs at the greatest saving you have ever heard of. We are making prices that will compel you to come. The savings will be great You owe it to yourself and your pocket book to be on hand Friday morning, Dec. 15th at nine o'clock. We have in this group 94 silk dresses. They will make wonderful gifts. You never saw a more beautiful bunch at double their price. It will be DRE SSES your last chance to buy this class of dresses at $4.49 $4*49 Silk DRESSES $4.49 GIRLS 80 SQUARE DRESSES Size 7 to 16, while 20 dozen last, choice 64c ONE LOT OF LADIES UNION SUITS All kinds and sizes to 46 49c MEN'S PART WOOL DRESS SOX All sizes, tliree colors, choice 17 c Sab Starts Friday, Dec. 15 9 o'clock Sale Starts Friday, Dec. 15 9 o'clock ALGONA, IOWA

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