The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1933 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1933
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Tha Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 14j>.MjfJL THE WEEKLY RECORD IBB WEATHER A minimum temperature of two de frees below rero the past week shoved the temperature to a new low for th< present winter. Moderating tempera tores, however, eased the shock of the Cold weather locally. High Low Dec. 6 38 18 Deo. 7 37 22 Dec. 8, .01 inches snow 27 8 Dec. 9, .02 inches snow 28 13 Dee. 10 35 7 Cec. 11 8 -2 Dec. 12 18 2 ALGONA MARKETS Com, 2 white $.36 2 yellow 58% 2 mixed 35 8 white, new 35 3 yellow, new .34% 3 mixed, new .34 Oats .27*4 Hogt-Sow* Hogs, 140 2.10 Hogs, 160 250 Hogs, 180-200 2.50 Hogs, 200-260 2.70 Hogs, 260-800 2JO Hogs, 300*380 2.30 Packing Sows, 300-360 250 Packing Sows, 380-400 2.00 Packing Sows, heavy 2.00 Poultry and egg prices due to a fluctuating market are not quoted this week. Cream 19o NEW CARS LICENSEE Henry Thllges, Ottosen, Chev. sedan. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, Ford coupe. H. F. Fish, Swea City, Chev. sedan. Win. Janvrln, Bancroft, Chev. sfdan. Metropolitan Life vs Caroline Beenken, oeo. A. Rich, inc., et ai. Wm. P. eteele and Wm. 0. Steele, vs D. A, Bagan and E. J. Murtagh, trustees, equity Equitable Life vs Alex Bishop, et al foreclosure. Equitable Life v» Wm. H. Baas, et al J. S. Crowell vs Violet Ooeders, et al foreclosure. Equitable Life vs Kessellng et al, foreclosure. MARRIAGE LICENSES R. H. Sankey, Bancroft, and L. Larson, Algona. Andy Hansen, LuVerne, and Ramus, LuVerne. Arthur B. Martin, Wisconsin, Clara J. Wieland, Eagle Grove. Mrs. Vera and REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Due to the large number of com warehouse certificates being recorded, and the increased book work Involved In this, the real estate transfers have been ommitted this week. Basketball Clinic Scheduled Tonight Basketball fans and others interested n learning the fine points of the game are cordially invited to attend a basketball clinic which will be held at the Igh school this evening, starting; at :30 o'clock. During the course of the program, which will take about an Wesley News Items The Lester Larson family were the guests Sunday at the home of Mm p. E. Skew. Joe Matern haft teen named the of- flclftl corn sealer of Prtlrie township and began hit duties the middle of last week. Miss Oandace Packard attended the funeral of ft cousin, Mrs. Ward 8ev- ereld, 92, at Renwlck, last Tuesday afternoon. The Methodist Ladles Aid will be entertained at the parsonage next week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. McNulty as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nordmann are the parents of a 7% pound daughter torn to them at the Kossuth hospital Friday, Dec. 1st. She has been named Mary Ann, and is their first child. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward visited At the home of her sister, Mrs. Smith at Waterloo from Friday evening until Sunday. The Smiths celebrated their illver wedding anniversary Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Meurer, Mrs. Halvor Plom, rr., Mrs. George Aldrich and Mrs. L. L. Lease attended the last county meeting of the Hancock organization of the American Legion Auxiliary units held t Corwith. Mrs. Julius Kunz, Mrs. John Hutchion, Mrs. L. L. Lease, accompanied by Mrs. F. A. Bonnstetter, local chairman, ttended a county meeting of the Red Jross held at the Algona high school ulidlng Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Loebig entertaln- d the Roy Sherman and C. V. Kerrins amilies at dinner Sunday honoring the past few week* with Sunday showing ah attendance of TO, twenty above toe enrollment flfurts oft file. Supt. K. ft. Rowley of the pubHe school is IttA* ing «e stlna&y scflwl as superintendent and is also pleased with the splendid showing. Members of the Thursday bridge club were entertained at the home of Mrs. K. ft. Rowley Thursday afternoon with all the members present. Mrs. Edna Fiom has been added to the list of members. A Christmas dinner party Sexton Polka Prepare For Yule Season sexton,: Mr. &trt Mrs. Harvey Steven and family were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mr*. John Wermersen at Hutehlns. Mr.. Warmer son Is a brother of Mrs. Steven. NEW CASES FILED Mildred N. Johnson vs Thelma M. Johnson, correction of deed. Sam Hethershaw vs Faye W. Hether- fihaw, divorce. Thos. Kaln vs E. R. Collinson, rent. (Settled). T. Buising vs George Bulsing, divorce. our, an explanation of the new rules | Lewis Loebig and Mr. and Mrs. C. V. f the game will be made by Coach Kerrins who are cleebratine their birth- Ken Mercer, and plays will be worked out in a scrimmage session by the high school team. The purpose of the clinic Is to furnish the general public with a better understanding of the whys and wherefores of this scientific athletic sport. Catherine Selzer suffered torn ligaments in her leg Friday night while playing basketball on the academy'team against LuVerne. at Holecek Radio Shop Just arrived, new R. C. A.-Victor battery operated radios. New in performance. The most economical battery operated radio built today. Only R. C. A.-Victor,builds radios with push-push amplification, the new system requiring less than half B battery current. Before you buy a battery operated radio let us tell you about the new R. C. A.-Victor. Holecek Radio Shop <; That's all" the shopping days that are left until Christmas. We have had many compliments on the beautiful and unusual gifts we have on display at our Drug Store. Hence the saying "Try the Eexall Store First." We are more than a merchant. CANDY 1 Ib. Fenway Chocolates 29c 1 Ib. Horton's Chocolates 69c 1 Ib. Liggett's Chocolates $1.00 21/2 Ib. Old Home Chocolates 98c STATIONERY Avalon Ripple, 72 sheets 60 Lord Baltimore Linen 48 sheets, 38 envelopes __ Genney double compact $1.75 Du Barry manicure Sets $2.50 to $3.50 Cutex manicure sets 25c to $2-00 Glogo manicure sets $1.00 Marvelous toilet sets $1.50~to~$3.75 C. A. Richards' silhouettes and mottoes 50c to $5 Thermometers 35c to $2.75 Diaries, 5 year 60c to $2.25 Fountain pens and pencil sets 99c Ash Trays, new, novel 10c to $1.25 Binnacle Light $1.00 Thermat Heat Pad, no electricity, no hot water $1 Cigarettes, per carton $1.50 Cigars, all popular brands, 25's $1.25 Xmas wrappings, cellophane 10c Ledebut double compact $1.50 Traveling Sets and Shaving Sets for Men Stag Sets $2.50 Chevron Sets __$L50 Leather Sets __$4,50 Woodbury's Sets $1 BILL FOLDS Special Genuine Leather, 85c Others priced $1.25 to $3.00 Lest You Forget—Shop Early at The Eexall Store K, D. James Opeo all day Sunday before Christmas. Kerrins who are cleebrating their birth day anniversaries In the near future, Mr. and Mrs. George Schlmmel have leased the Dr. F. L. Adams farm northwest of town, perhaps better known as the old Kennedy homestead. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wellland will occupy the house vacated by the Schlmmels, northeast of town. Members of the Ladles' Aid have completed their plans for the December supper to be held In the Methodist churrch basement this week Friday night. The serving will commence at 5:30 o'clock and a charge of 25c a plate will be made. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley and their daughter were guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. E. E. Braley, who entertained in honor of her mother, Mrs. Charles Palmer In celebration of her 79th birthday anniversary. Otiher guests Included Dr. Meryl Braley and ' family of Manson. Members of the Study club met at the home of Mrs. Clara Aldrich Thursday afternoon, answering roll call by naming a cartoonist. Mrs. Clara Erdmann gave an excellent paper on cartoonists. Mrs. Erdmann served a very nice two course lunch at the close of the afternoon's literary program. The first quarterly conference of the Methodist church will be held in the local edifice Friday night beginning at 7:30 o'clock and will be conducted bv Rev: W. G. Muhleman, district super- ' intendent. This will be followed by the showing of pictures which Rev. Muhleman himself has taken of the World's fair during the summer. Rev. I. C. McNulty is very happy in- clerd to announce that Sunday School attendance has been enlarged greatly In husbands will be held this week Thurs- I day night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L L. Lease at 6:48 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loebig entertained their evening bridge party members at their farm home Friday evening. Family prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Arlow Dawson for high, and to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdmann for second high. Quests Included the Leon* ard Arndorfers of St. Benedict. Mrs. Loebig served a very delicious lunch at the close of the evening's merry making. Mrs. J. T. Meurer, Cradle Roll chairman of the local American Legion Auxiliary unit, announces that she is extending invitations to all the 94 members on her cradle roll and the half dozen honorary members to attend the annual Cradle Roll Christmas party to be held Saturday, Dec. 23, at the Legion rooms. The party will start at three o'clock. Last year's party was attended by sixty or more children, and this year it Is hoped that all the Cradle Roll children will be present. Miss Pearl Robinson, youngest daughter of Charles L. Robinson and Raymond McMahon of Algona, were married Monday, Dec. 4, at the Baptist parsonage at Algona with the Rev. A. H. Hueser officiating. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wooldrldge. Pearl attended the local high school but for the past year or more lived in Algona where she has had employment. Mr. McMahon had been working as a farm employee near Algona where the couple will make their home. Eighteen members of the American Legion Auxiliary were present for the meeting held In their Legion rooms on Thursday night when four new members were initiated. The Wesley Auxiliary are due for a state department citation for meeting all the requirements. The next meeting will be held this Friday afternoon when members at the Legion rooms to sew carpet rags for their rehabilitation work for December. A covered dish lunch will be served, and a large attendance is desired. The Royal Neighbor lodge held their annual election of officers at their meeting Wednesday night with all the officers for the past year elected to hold over another year. They are: oracle, Edna Sturdivant; vice oracle, Rose Lloyd; past oracle, Rose Ormsby; chancellor, Nancy Dawson; recorder, Olive Erdmann; receiver, Eunice Nelson; marshal!, Clara Aldrich; assistant marshal!, Ann M. Kunz; outer sentinel, Verna Kerrins; inner sentinel, Josle Ward; musician, Alice Hirner. The installation will take place in January. The members are planning a Chirstmas party for the members and their children at their next meeting to be held December 20. Miss Dorothy Fraser spent the week end In Algona with her aunt. Rex and Mitch Taylor were Sunday evening visitors at the Charles Aman home. The sexton Ladies Aid meets this week Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Orville Hedrick east of town. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hedrick visit ed with his mother, Mrs. Wm. Hedrick at the Kossuth hospital Sunday evening. The local children have been practicing on their program for Christmas to be given at the church Saturday evening, Deo. 23. The Sexton young people plan to give their play entitled, "The Blue Bag" at the hall on Wednesday evening, Dec. 90. Evrybody is invited to attend. Cecil Hue and son, Junior of Lu- Verne were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Baker and family of Mason City were Saturday evening and Sunday visitors at the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs. John V, Huff and family. Mrs. Harvey Steven visited at the Kossuth hospital last week Thultday with Dorothy Steven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steven of Algona, and Mrs. Wm. Hedrick, east of town. Miss Nell Wise accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and little son, Harvey Duane of Burt to Mason City last week Friday where they visited, until Saturday evening at the home of Mack Wise and family. Wilbur Steven accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Merriam. and family of Corwith to Burt Sunday where they attended church at the Methodist church and were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and family. Mrs. May Harris And daughter*, Ma« tie and Mary, a«otntafil*d by Mr. and Mfs. Lawrence Hanson and ttewas ettwaft of Wesley, dft*e W Mum City Sunday where they visited at the home of theif son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris and little-daugh-, ter, June. LuVerne, Burt Witt Oratorical Honors at Fenton Declam Fenton: One of junior declamatory contests was held at the high school auditorium last week Wednesday night. Th4 schools competing were Burt, Lone Rock, LuVerne and Seneca besides Penton. The oratorical class included "The National Flag" by Phil Lichty of Lu- Verne who won first. Harold Welsbrod of Fenton won second place with "Truly Great." "The tfnkown Soldier" by Gordon Olddlngs of Burt; "America, Perfect Knight" by Chester Simpson of Seneca, were other selections. A set* ectlon by the high school mixed chorus followed. in the dramatic class "Clatte Pate" by Ruth Thompson of Burt won first place; "Joey's Friend" by Betty Dlmler }f LuVerne won second; others competing were Hadley Bailey of Fenton with "Mickey's Marker"; "Forgotten Witness" by Florence Jensen of Senea, "Joey's Friend," Luella Schmidt of •one Rock. A cornet duet by Edward Lindsey and Eugene Newel was given. In the humorous class, June Rash of Burt won first place with "The Cat Came Back"; "Ma's Monday Morning" .by Kathleen McOJellan of LuVerne took second place; others were "Over the Banister" by Mary Jane Elgler of Fenton, "Plupy's Debating Club" by James Jensen of Seneca, "Blue Eyed Sheik" by Jesse Blanchard of -Lone Rock. A piano trio was given by Esther Smith, Donna Jean Bailey and Evelyn Radig. glAd to know that m» district publicity chairman fepdrw tfifct fcsfttftft wytrtr is 100 per cent ift their fotWafdmt of pubiicHy items to her try Dee. 1st. ofr own county is aleo the Cftly eotmty m the eighth district to respond 100 «f- dent up to Deo. 1st. this Is Rehabilitation month and each unit in th» county is working diligently to do til within their power to make this month outstanding in thetf activities. Rehabilitation calls for a program to be work* ed out in so many different channels.' for instance, Child Welfare, tire for families of ex-service men's famine* and others; Christmas baskets for the- needy, contributions to the Disabled; Veterans' hospital at Knoxville, Cradle Roll Christmas parties, sewing and do* noting of carpet rap and ether varlout projects, some and perhaps all of which, the elghi units in Kossuth county are making plans for at the present time. -Mrs. L. L. Lease, publicity chairman for Kossuth county. County Auxiliary News Every American Legion unit in Kossuth county and their friends will be West Benders Take "Trip Around World" in Novel Program West Bend: The Trip Around the World, sponsored by the Hope Circle, Tuesday evening, was a decided success. -They started at the M. E. church which was Boston, and were served baked beans. Going to Ireland, at Rev Whltfords, then Holland at Fred Hof- ferts, Norway at O. A. Maberrys, India at W. H. Daubendlek, then to Mexico, which was William Whites. Busses took them from place to place and food of each country was served, ending at the church which was California, where they were served the dessert. Everyone had an enjoyable time and the Hope Circle made a neat sum. Mr. and Mrs. Ohlerklng and two children spent the week end at Eagle Orove with relatives. The Presbyterian Aid society met at the home of Mrs. B. P. McParland on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs entertained the Parml Nous bridge club at their home Thursday evening. Mrs. C. C. Miller, Mrs. Sue Watson and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wolto were Algona visitors Thursday afternoon. Miss Elizabeth Nessen of Los Angeles, California, Is visiting at the home of h-r parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nessen. Mrs. O. W. Llpplncott of Indlanola Is making an extended visit at the home r.f hor daughter, Mrs .J. C. Scurr and family. The Bay View club met at the home of Mrs. Emily Fisher, Tuesday, Dec. 5. Mrs. Prank Poley, the vice president, presided. Miss Alta Moffitt spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs Ray WaUon. She was a former instructor in their school. Art Jensen who at one time clerked In the A. J. Jensen store, was a visitor at the Jensen home Sunday He Is now conducting a store at Penton. A social evening was enfoyed by the young people at the Ray Watson school house Friday evenln*. Miss Caroline Bonns'ft'er, the teacher and the pupils sponsored It. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Pallls and two thildren left Tuesday evening for Des Molnes, where they will live. They have been staying at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Graham. Word was received here by Mrs. T Nemeth of the birth of twin dau»h- ters to her daughter and hmband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Law of Minnesota. Prl- <inv. D,->c. 8. Mrs. Law was formerly Julia Nemeth of this place. Public Sale Riddle Sale,Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona Saturday, Dec. 16, at 1:30 P. M. Sharp We are listing stuff every day and will not give a complete list for this sale, but we have the best offering of furniture that we have f y ttoe ' to * sold at PUN* auction or^rivate slle, to ' "* UVlng r °° m "** Plan0> buffets ' "*t.«d International feed grinder and 2% horsepower engine, heating stoves and a few head of spring calves, also a number of head of othVcat- Ue, ten head of ewes, bred to come In the last of March and a number of boars of all breeds. to ^i" 1 ? *? on hand to b "y what y° property to be removed until 'settled -for. ., •. " •- i C. 0. Riddle, Auctioneer Sale pavilion east of C. & N. W. depot. Week End SPECIALS FLOUR White Loaf, 1 £Q 49 pound bag 1»U»F First Prize, 1 CQ 49 pound bag A»tl7 Powdered Sugar 2 pounds Sardines, % oil 3 cans Cocoanut, 1A- % pound lUi. Cookies, chocolate 1 C r M. M., pound Itlt Kraft Cheese, 1 C_ assorted, % pound ltll» Candy, Xmas tree, per Ib Cherries, covered, Ib. box Green Cut Beans No. 2 can Fig Bar Cookies 2 pounds -. Sausage Seas'ning O?Q i 25c| per pound Mixed Nuts, 1C per pound 1«JC Holiday Vegetable Assortment All practical persons will be glad to get an assortment of Morning Light Vegetables on the Christmas tree. Assortment Includes narrow grain com, red ripe tomatoes, red beans, red kidney beans, kraut, spinach, pumpkin, lima beans, hominy, diced carrots and pork and beans. Reindeer Container, each 11.09 Mrs. W. Pool was a guest last Wednesday of Mrs. Anna MeQU Charles Lindhorst was a victor at j Ames and Des Moines week before last. , Mrs. Victor Applegate and Doris and I Bobby of Corwith visited at the E.'C. Potter home from Thursday to Sunday. Vic came for them then. Mrs. L. H. Crawford and children of Minneapolis left for home the first of last week after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller and other relatives. About 30 went to the A. E. Clayton home last Wednesday as a surprise In honor of his birthday taking refreshments. Five hundred was played. Mrs. Ed Wichtendahl won high score. A fine time was reported. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kruckenberg of Plum Creek visted the letter's father, Joe Kobrlnger and sister, Mrs. Prances Niles and family Sunday. The Ward McWhorters of Algona visited Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wilkins. ! Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter visited a week ago Thursday at the home of the iatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Tllton in Gowrie and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gardner and little son of Bancroft. A. J. Tilton of Fort Dodge was also present. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Sparks were at Nevada on business a week ago Friday They vUlted Lewis Wildln, Sr. He Is taking treatments at the sanitarium having been sufferer from rheumatism some years. Mr. Wildln was there three weeks and Is greatly Improved, returning home week before last. He'll Be Glad to Get Something to Wear ICE CREAM • r~ BRICKl MOLDSI BULK For the Holidays Your holiday menus will have a special appeal If you serve Our Ice Cream for dessert. 50c Bricks, varied flavors ' Fancy Moulds 1 C per dozen Itw Algona Ice Cream & Candy Co. -and you'll please him if you select it at his favorite store Everything a man or boys wears—from the akin out—-and from head to foot. Buy your Suit now and save enough to pay for Christmas fixin s. Suede Leather Sport Coats and lined kid gloves at less than last year's price, if MISBACH CLOTHING CO. ALGONA, IOWA,

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