The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1933 · Page 4
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The Ateona Pppqy Pes Moittea. Algoaa, Io**» Pec. ai,.lg» Beats Ledyard;Three -- -- - --- - • — ' ' ' - • -i 11. • i -i- J..-..IUJMI.-J-.-U. LEDYARD CAGERS MEET LONE ROCK IN LEAGUE TILT Two Leaders Battle for the League Lead in Game Tonight The first half of the North Kossuth conference basketball schedule ended this week, with Penton, Ledyard and Lone Rode In a triple tie for first place. The tie resulted when Fenton avenged itself on Ledyard, last Thursday night on the Ledyard floor, winning 31 to 27. For Ledyard it was the first con- feretw* defeat of the season. The game was fast and furious from the start Neither team was able to gain a commanding lead. With Just a few minutes left to play, Ledyard whittled Penton's lead to a single point, but rallied and finished the game with a five point advantage. Fenton led at the half, 15 to 12. The Fenton second team downed the Ledyard second, 23 to 18. Lone Rock earned a corner of the first place tie by defeating Tltonka, 93 to 14. This game was also a thriller for the first three quarters, after Lone Rock led 9 to 6, at the half. The third quarter was played on even terms, With Lone Rock fighting into a 14 to 11 lead as the final quarter started. The last period gave Lone Rock a big edge. Conference standings, Monday, Dec. 18th: W L Pet Fenton ................... 3 1 .750 Ledyard ................... 3 1 Lone Rock ............... 3 1 Seneca .................... 1 2 Tltonka ................... 1 3 Bancroft .................. 0 3 No other games were played In the conference test week. Thursday evening of this week the Tltonka team win play Bancroft, and Ledyard travels to Lone Rock. The Ledyard-Lone Rock game will take on considerable Importance in view of the fact that the two teams are tied for first place. FREEWRESIUNG,THEATREP SLATED TONIGHT FOR BURT FOLKS Wesley Girl Cagers Win .750 .750 .333 550 .000 Wesley: The girls' basketball team ot Sacred Heart acanemy. Pocahontas, lost to the Wesley girls, 37 to 11, In a recent contest. Rev. WesseHng, former Wesley priest, is coaching the Pocahontas team, which was Just organised this fall. After this game, the high school and town teams played, with the high school boys winning, 38 to 26. Whittemore Boys Find Going Tough Whittemore: The Whlttemore academy boys were defeated last Friday evening by the Sacred Heart boys of Fort Dodge, 22 to It The public school girls were defeated Tuesday evening by the Armstrong girls, 26 to 21. The same evening the boys were defeated by St. John's of Bancroft, 39 to 19. West Bend Teams : Break Even West Bend: The West Bend teams drove to Ottosen, Tuesday evening of last week, and pjaytfd the Ottosen teams. The West Bend girls lost, 31 to 15, and the boys won by the close score of 20 to 18. Helen Watson, star guard of the girls team, was handicapped by a sprained ankle and this weakened the West Benders. Friday evening Des Moines township played the locals, the girls winning by a 43 to 15 score, and the West Bend team was defeated, 23 to 19, after two overtime periods had been played. The regular time found the quints deadlocked, at 18 all. School Talent Listed for the Entire Performance, All Free "A Specialized Insurance Service" The Algona Insurance Agency C. R. LaBarre Low Rates QuUfc Claim Settlements Surety Bonds—Loans—Investments Phone 55 . 1st Door North of Iowa State Bank. Ring Outl Glad Bells Chime out bells! Ring our message of cheer and good wishes so that all may hear. Chorus happy words over the sky that none may miss the happy thoughts of the season ... from us to you. Moe & Sjogren S^^ make Christmas _ everyone ... and a season complete. Burt: There will be a f-ee wrestling match at the school house Thursday night and those who do not care for wrestling match can attend the free ntertalnment at the Beltone theatre. There will be songs by the Junior high chool, boys' quartette, music by the orchestra, cornet trio, tap dance, songs y girls' glee club, also a one act play, The Dummy." Everyone is invited to ttend these free performances which are put on by the high school. Eastern Star Elects The following officers were elected Tuesday of last week in the Eastern Star lodge: Mrs. E. E. Paine, worthy matron; Mrs. O. P. Hawcott, associate matron and other officers were Dr. R. H. Thompson, W. P.; P. E. Rubey, A. P.; Mrs. G. E. Brace, cond.; Mrs. M. L. Hnnaas, assistant cond.; Miss Lulu Hawcott, secretary and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, treasurer. A special meet- ng of the Star members was also held Irlday evening and four new members olned. Miss Irene Aten was ill with the in- uenza several days last week. Dale Kearns went to Boone last Sat- rday where he will look for a Job. Clarence Graham arrived home from owa City where he has been since last pring. Prank Seller of Algona was a dinner guest at the O. P. McDonald home one veniiig last week. Mrs. Harold Bierstedt and son spent he week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee. Mrs. Ida Anderson and Miss Clara haw were dinner guests at the A. C. lernhardt home Sunday. The kiddies of Burt and vicinity en- oyed a treat from Santa Claus Satur- ay at the Beltone theatre. The third lesson in the training chool on laundering was given at the Tony Jandl home recently. A large crowd attended the cantata, The Morn of Glory," at the Presby- erian church Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace and son were guests of Mrs. Brace's parents, Sr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf. Mrs. Tillie Dexter recently returned ome from Storm Lake where she vis- ;ed her son, Clair and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guide and their aughter of Bancroft were guests on Sunday at the C. C. Smith home. Miss Edith Curran Is staying at the H A. Thompson home while in Burt canvassing for a book, "The Volume jlbraiy.** "" *"" / ~ v ^•^•'•t-'-*~~» i —w~~~^... r ^~> A cantata, "The World's Redeemer" rill be given at the Methodist church unday evening. Everyone is invited to -tend. W D. Kearns will leave Saturday for hicago where he will spend two months with his daughter, Mrs. W. . Hayward. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Radake and fir. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck drove to ort Dodge Saturday to attend a Leion meeting. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell left Satur- ay morning for St. Petersburg, Plori- a, where they will spend the remainder f the winter. Mrs. W. A. McArthur, Mrs. Al Staeh- d, Mrs. W. T. Peters and Mrs. P. L. Tatt drove to Des Moines last Thursday on a pleasure trip. Mrs. Louise Thompson left last week to visit her sister, Mrs. Emma Dutton at Omaha. The ladies will go to Texas to spend the winter. Raymond Housour moved his family to Algona Sunday. He has secured work with the CWA and moved to Algona to be near his work.- Mrs. Laura Paine of Algona was a dinner guest Sunday at the J. P. Stow home. In the afternoon they all drove out to the C. L. Phelps home. Arthur Mitchell of Morningside College will arrive home Wednesday to spend his Christmas vacation with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell Miss Irene Aten entertained her Sun. day School class of Junior girls at hei home Saturday afternoon. A good tlm vas enjoyed by all and refreshments 'ere served. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow received wor tating that Mrs. Perry Stow of New ton, Iowa had fallen on slipper side wolks and broken one of her iimbs ab- >ve the ankle. P. A. Lonergan of Bancroft v.ill take Mr. Mitchell's place here about the irst of the year. Mr. Mitchell will re- urn to Emmetsburg after spending the week end here. The Birthday Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf Thursday afternoon as it is Mrs. Ringsdorrs birthday. Each one will bring something for lunch. Seventy-two children of the ex-service men were present last Saturday to greet Santa Claus and receive their treat given by the Auxiliary. The children played games and had a fine time Miss Marie Grover recently went to Rochester, Mnn., to visit her sister, Mrs R M. Wallace, who has been a patient there at the Mayo hospital and will accompany Mrs. Wallace home. Mrs. Bertha Wallace, who has been staying with Mrs. Elizabeth Treptow, is now at the home of her daughter, Mrs G P. Hawcott, helping with the work while Wallace Is laid up with a broken leg. The young people from Burt who took part In the one act play, "The Dummy," w*e at Penton WrWay night, where they put on the play. Penton and Lone Rock each put on a pmy the some evening. Carl Bahllng's Ford car was taken from in front of the Bernham restaurant recently. It was located In Algona the next day. It is thought that some one wanted to go to Algona and took this way of going. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black and little daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer and Sam Black left last week lor Oklahoma where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. B, O. Black. Miss Elsie Black of Des Moines also accompanied them. St. Joe Relatives Entertain Texas Visitors at Party St. Joe: A farewell party was given at the John Fuhrmann home last week Tuesday night In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fuhrmann and twin daughters and Mrs. Kate Moseman and Mike Fuhrmann of Lindsay. Texas, who returned to their home Wednesday after several weeks visit with relatives in this vicinity. Benge-Nielsen Nuptials On Saturday, Dec. 16, occurred the marriage of Nola Benge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Benge of near Bradgate and Herlev Nielsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nielsen of Pocahontas at the home of the bride's parents at high noon. Rev. H. W. Paris of Bradgate officiated. The bride was attended by a friend. Donna McCreary and wore black and white chiffon velvet. The bridegroom was attended by a brother of the bride, Duane Benge. A reception was given to the young couple and immediate relatives. The parents of the bride celebrated their silver wedding on the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammer and sons, Darwin and Herbert attended the wedding. Frank Weydert *ifls been on the sick list the past week. John Hammer has been on the sick list the past week. Harold Frlders is assisting with the work at the Frank Bormann home. Alfred Miller is spending this week at the Phil Roethler home near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolfe were visitors Thursday at the John Reding, ST., home. Masses on Christmas Day in St. Joseph's church will be read at 6, 8:30, and 10 o'clock. Lawrence Becker has been suffering from braod poisoning in his left hand since last week. Dominie Zeimet and Reglna Tmlges of West Bend visited with relatives In this vicinity Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stattleman and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Peter Schmidt home. Mr. and Mrs. John Frlders and Mrs. Henry Faber were Wednesday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Reding are the parents of a baby girl born Dec. 16. The Redlngs now have two children, a boy and a girl. Matt schmltt returned to his home at Dell Rapids, South Dakota, last Wednesday after several months visit in this vicinity. Mr and Mrs. Bernard Devlne and son, Richard are spending the winter months with Mrs. Devlne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reding. Reglna Kruecher left Sunday evening for West Bend where she will take care of the household duties at the home of her uncle, Dominic Zeimet. Mrs. Nick Reding and Mrs. William Mueller from Whittemore and Nicholas Wagner accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding to Fort Dodge Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fuhrmann and daughters, Coralee and Rosalee and Mrs. Kate Moseman and Mike Fuhrmann left Wednesday morning for their home at Lindsay, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. John Frlders and fam ily, Theresa, Miller and Rosalia Friders were Sunday dinner guests at the Nick Fisch home. Margaret, oldest daughter of the Flsch's celebrated her birthday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Reding, Sr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Bormann and family spent Saturday even- Ing at the Peter Bormann home helping little Howard celebrate his second birthday. were Robert Crott, SoniM -T-—Blair and Joe Merseh, id hum* uiuuo, Dorothy Miller, Francis Hinton and Ruth Thatcher and In dramatic, Irene Mikes, Rlckie Saunder, Bob Roberts and Florence Fdey. Miss Cloyce ffasebrooke was the coach. The buttermaker s of this district held an all day meeting Thursday. There were about sixty men present. They held their meeting In the creamery ana Jie ladles were entertained at the home: of Mrs. O. W. Dubbs. The ladles spent the day visiting and enjoyed a covered difh lunch at noon. Mrs. Dubbs was assisted by Miss Mildred and Mrs. 0. B. Thatcher, Mrs. T. A. Olark and Mrs. Bruce Miller. An exchange of gifts was made and added much to an enjoyable day. Independent Cagett Book Pint Contest The Aigwift impendent team will fwing into a£km. «j toe cat court, ThtawMy, We, & J** 11 *" Diamond Bread team of Mason City furnishing the opposition. Other games booked by the locate Include Spencer Merchant* for January 4, and the ewea City Cardinals for January H. Men on the squad include Walker, Pearson, White, Mttwre, Williams, Black, Mercer, Nordstrufn, Atkinson and Samp. Every effort Is being made to briflg the fastest independent teams of the state to Algottft far the season, and a stronger team than last year Is anticipated. yxy&y&XXy&X^^ WEST BEND NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ohlerking and children returned Monday from Eagle Grove where they spent the week end. George Jacobs was a business visitor in Emmetsburg Tuesday. He is one of the com sealers of this part of the county. The pupils in the high school who are taking declamatory work, tried out Tuesday sfrd Wednesday atter- noons. Those winning in oratorical I Merry Christmas and best wishes for a Prosperous New Year And may we take this opportunity of thanking you for your patronage and friendship during the past year. Modern Dry Cleaners Hub Pull line of Smokers' Supplies for Christmas. Sww*55=w'w'WT« 1 *W fl w ir w*^^»^*^* ** •»"» ••""• ^~ --"— — — Say "Merry Xmas" VWWVUWVWVVtfVWVV H W, POST Dray and Tranf er Storage of ail kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loas or dam- aae Equipped to do all kind! of draylng «od hauling. W-u B fafftfepp^^ ^•W^ Flowers are most appropriate way to express youv Xmas sentiments. They convey your thoughtfulness to friends and yet there is no hint of obligation to exchange. JUST A FEW SUGGESTIONS Cut Painsettlas. large size, each ................................ •*» Out Poinsettias, medium size, each .................... »'«'«" MJM Roses, leading Xmas colors, per dozen .............. ***»» «> »*** Snap Dragons, bronze and pink, per doz ............ ««»"«'- '«»i£i Carnations, per dozen ................................ »J£ » *? * ™* Baskets of Mixed Flowers ....................... ........ W-OO and op Pots of— Polnsettias .......................................... JIM? £82 Cyclamen ............................ • Primroses Fairy Primroses Begonias Ferns « to M M '•* *• JH5 ••«• jj g'JJ '*«; £ MJTO 8B « to W*° ™ IA« «R W Mlscdlaneoui Decorative Spruce Boughs, per pound Spruce Wreaths English Holly, per spray MM Table OandtepieceB, each ..................................... »*•»« Nursery Grown White Spruce ohrtetmaa Trees 75°, I too and 91.89 ea, Open All Day Sunday, December 24th. | Algona Greenhouses Merry Christmas and a ^Prosperous New Year To all our friends and customers who have helped to make the past year one of pleasant associations and success. Wm. C. Dau Garage May Your Yuletide Be Merry and the coining year Abundant in Peace, Prosperity and Happiness. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Homer Anderson Ray Irons ^ &B888&$3^^ DO IT NOW- It is good judgment to sell while selling is good and buy while buying is good. String Beans 2 No. 2 cans Baby Stuart Horn- 1Q C iny, 2 No. 2 cans — **' v Refugee Str. Beans 1Q r 2 No. 2 cans *•**• Baby Stuart Red Kidney Beans 1Q r 2 No. 2 cans ** v Strongheart Corn, fancy golden bantam jr whte, 2 no. 2 cans Baby Stuart Corn 2 No. 2 cans Richelieu Kraut 2 No. 2 cans Richelieu Beet cubes, 2 No. 2 cans Richelieu Carrot 9"lC cubes, 2 No. 2 cans****** Peanuts, Brazils, Pecans, Walnuts or Mixed nuts from lOc to 33o lb- lOc 10 * 38c Prices Are Right on larger sizes of all canned goods and we also have the smaller cans at /. Salmon at— Cod Fish and Pish Flakes at 15o-20c-25c Japenese Orabmeat, Mackerel, Tuna, Lobster, .Clams, Minced Clam or Chowder, Sardines. The assortment of domestic and some imported cheese is good, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, THE BEST wo can buy, Christmas Trees, lots of them 26-36-60-76C ' Use our Free Delivery Service, riMn wRv <flMlv ^Bt* flMwp ^Br • fflpHMMP I^^M0^ Phones 290-201 118 South Dodge

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