The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1933 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, December 25, 1933
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The Algona tfopef DM Moinea, AJfloaa. Iowa, Dec. 21,1933 Short Circuit Cauae of Bancroft Blaze Bancroft: Thursday evening the electrical substation located in the south eastern patf. of town caught fire. A short in the wiring was the cause, but water was turned on It before anything serious conld result. Greetings to You AIL. To our friends and patrons—to everyone—we wish a happy, happy Christnuw-full of all good things. ANDERSON BROS. MEAT MARKET KVWGTONFOtKS 1 MAKE BAND SUITS Crowd Gathers at Mortis Parsons Home; 36 Caps, Capes, Cut Irvington: A god siwd crowd gathered at the Morris Parsons home on Dec 13 to assist in the making of band suits for the pupils in Dist. No 8. Thirty-five caps and capes were cut out and the ladlea took them home for the finishing work. The schools are green and white, the school colors. Miss Jessie Smith of Algona visited Sunday with her friend, Miss Margaret Mulligan. Frank Capeslus has sufficiently recovered from his recent illness to be out again. Charles Undhoret of Iowa City surprised his parents, the Homer "Lind- horsts by visiting them last Tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Deibler visited this last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. chas. Egrl, returning to her home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Qade visited Sunday at the Henry Scheppman home. Mrs. Oade Is the Scheppman's daugh ter and resides at West Bend. In spite of the inclemency of th gram rendered by pupils in Dist, No. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Scheppman of Lakefleld, Minn, visited Sunday at the Henry Scheppman home. Mondav all attended the funeral of Ell Schneider at West Bend. Mr. Mid Mrs. Roy Blythe of Chicago are the parents of a baby girl. Mrs. Blythe Is the daughter of Mrs. Nina SchlchU who at present is visiting the Blythe home. The Blythes now have a splendid family of two girls and two boys. Wednesday morning Austin Sunnier moved a truck load of his household goods to Clear Lake where the family plan their future home. They expect to finish moving next month. This farm will be tenanted next year bv a family from Eagle Grove. Mrs. Hugh Raney spent Saturday and Sunday at the Floyd Gardner home in Plum Creek township. Mrs. Raney's mother, Mrs. R. M. Gardner, recently suffered a slight stroke while visiting at the home of her son. We are glad to report Mrs. Gardner somewhat improved. The many friends of Wm. Rutledge will be glad to learn he is enjoying the Best of health and Is very contented In ils new home with his oldest daughter. Mrs. Mayme Baker from Leon wil spend the Christmas holidays with he sister, Mrs. George Carnemn. Frank MeOuire is seriously ill at his home here In Bancroft. He caught a severe cold and pneumonia set in. O. 8. Underkofler opened his Jewel ry store for business Thursday. It is located next to the Bancroft Bakery. Thomas Garry and L. J. Rockier returned from Milwaukee Friday after spending several days there on business. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Huttw and Mr and Mrs. Ambrose Kennedy drove to Des Moines Thursday and returned on Friday. Miss Helen Bryden, who teaches in weather Thursday evening a Our Big Pre-faventory Clean Up Is Going Strong Special low prices on every article in stock. Hundreds of folks have taken advantage of these low prices in the past week. This timely special is a real opportunity to buy quality merchandise either for gifts or for your own use at a bi saving. We have a number of extra specials for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY "Where Furniture Sells for Less" Algona, Iowa. Mrs. Maude Allen of Rockwell, Iowa. VIr. Rutledge Is keenly Interested In his old associates of the Irvington community and hopes to return for a visit. The L. O. A. class of the Congrega- lonal Sunday School was entertained Thursday evening at the Clarence Mawdsley home. After the business meeting a Christmas program was given and gifts exchanged. Lunch was served with Mrs. La Barre, Miss Granzow and Miss Arnold assisting. There were twenty ladies present. Friends In this vicinity will be sorry to hear of the misfortune that has befallen Mrs. N. B. Newman who lived some years ago in this vicinity and also at Algona and Burt. Mrs. Newman fell and broke some ribs which unfor tunately cant be set and Is also suf fering from a double goitre. The New mans now reside at Maroa, HI. Word was received Monday morning ihat Mrs. Wm. Platt of Blue Grass owa, passed away at her home at 1:45 a. m. Mrs. Platt was Chas. Egei's oldest sister, being 72 years at the time )f her death. She leaves to mourt icr loss several sisters and brothers, also her husband, there being no children. Mr. Egel left Monday evening to attend the funeral. Wednesday, Dec. 13, Mrs. Geo. Hackman entertained the Cresco Embroidery club at their annual Christmas party. Seventeen members and six guests were present. Each person brought a gift which was distributed by Santa Claus. The club voted to send five dollars to the children's orphanage at Council Bluffs, this being an old custom of the ladles. A two course luncheon was served. The next meeting will be held in January with Mrs. Ella Mitchell. At this time there will be election of officers Buffalo Center, was home over the tfeek end with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Chas. Bryden. Mrs. Joe Fox entertained two tables of bridge Friday evening. A delightful lunch followed. Miss Isabel Saunders won high score. Ruth AdolphJon will teaeh the school formerly taught by Miss Mabel Howe, northwest of Bancroft. Miss Howe will teach in Lone Rock. A surprise birthday party was held in honor of Mrs. Ray Welp Monday evening. The lunch was furnished by the ladles attending. Miss Mary Ford, a rural school teacher, held a basket social Monday evening. The children acted out several little Christmas plays before the baskets were sold. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald of Ledyard are the parents of a baby boy born Tuesday morning. Mrs. McDonald Is a sister of Art Murray and Mrs J. A. Devine. Several friends of Miss Maxine Gul de surprised her Sunday in honor o her birthday. Many interesting games were played, which were followed later on in the evening by a lunch. Miss Melvern Nemmers, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nemmers, celebrat ed her fifth birthday Friday. Nine o her friends came in to celebrate with her. Many amusing games were played followed by a lunch. The new Champlln oil station, recently completed, opened for business Saturday morning. It is located on highway 169, leading out of Bancroft Cletus Deltering has been appointed manager for the new concern. The home economies girls entertained the manual training boys at a luncheon Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hay stone of LuVerae were six o'clock dinner gneata at the Frend Oenrtch home last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Blanchard of Irvington visited at the Roy Zunkel Kid Albert Thompson homes last week. Marietta Christensen and friend, Maybelle Aman of Lytton visited with Esther Oodden at Seneca Saturday. Ralph and Arthur Prlebe and Jim Ackerman went to Chicago Friday with a truck load of poultry for Prlebe Bros. Mrs. Robert Dransfcldt went to Mason City Sunday to visit her mother, LONE ROCK NEWS BANCROFT NEWS $&BX&a8!^^ Dr. R. E. Weber spent Sunday at the L. W. Fox home in Algona. Thursday evening Mrs. Max Duddlng had a few ladles in for a quilting party. Joe Welp, Jr., and his mother, Mrs. Joe Welp, Sr., drove to Marshalltown Sunday to visit relatives. Lois Whitehlll is visiting at the Guy lome near Irvington. The Busy Friday club met at the home of Mrs. Emil Kraft Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sanders of Lu- Verne visited at the Otis Sanders home itinday. Mrs. H. J. Rice visited at the Henry Kellln L home near Ledyard last Wednesday. Mrs. Albert Schailtz of Titonka visited at the John Sprank home last Wednesday. The school here will close Friday for the holiday vacation and will reopen on Tuesday, Jan. 2. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough and son visited at the George Klenk home at Titonka last week. Maybelie Lund Aman of Lytton came last Monday for a visit with her friend, Marietta Christensen. Mrs. Margaret Davlson until after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Godden of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Godden were Suuday dnlner guests at the Jay Godden home. The sewing club met at the home of Mrs. Wm. Leeper last Wednesday ev- nlng. The next meeting will be with Irs. John Sprank. Mrs. Art Hennlnsen of GraettJnger rrompanled Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. loy Jensen and Mrs. W. J. Cotton to Mason City Thursday. Mrs. Wm. Krause returned home on ast Wednesday after an extended vls- ; at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Orvllle Rosendahl at Superior. Milo and Ruth Tarbell of Waterloo visited in Lone Rock Saturday. Ruth went to Des Moines from here Saturday and Mllo remained until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christensen and daughter, Marietta and friend Maybelle Aman of Lytton were Sunday dinner guests at the J. M. Jensen home at Ringsted. Mr. tad Mn. Frank Mammbef received #ord from their son, ciarefice, that he DM in the hospital at Fort Des Moines suffering from an attack of appendicitis. Mr. tad Mr*. Frtd Gearitih, Bon, Bernard and daughter, Lucille attended a rural letter carriers- Christmas party at the 8. E. Straley borne in Pen' ton last Tuesday. Frank Flaig, John Deere implement dealer of Lone Rock returned home from Moltne, ID., Thursday where he attended a two-day sales meeting of the John Deere Plow oo. R. T. Angus, daughter Lillian and Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove to Amen Friday where they met Alice Angus of Parksville, Missouri, who came home for the Christmas vacation. • * r rs. Wm. Lepper entertained the following at a quilting bee Thursday: Mrs. Claud* Slgabee, Mrs. Ohartea . olsoa, Mrs. Henry Bwoldt, Mr*. Mansmlth, And Mrs. Nels Godfredson all of Butt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter ThoJnpsdh entertained the following at supper OB Thursday in honor of hit mother, Mrs. mile Thompson'* birthday: Mr. and Mrs. ohrte Shaset, son, Albert and wife and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ft. H. ort- man of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson and son. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer entertained at dinner Stmday la honor of R. T. Angus' 63rd birthday- Tho» present were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dlttmer of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. cotton, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, and toe B. T, Angus family of Lone Rook. Let the XT. D. M-.-R. estimate on your next job of printing. When We Say Service We Mean SERVICE HOLIDAY Coach Fares Round trip for Christmas and New Year Cents a Mile each way to EVERYWHERE Jhicago & Northwestern Ry. .way for the holiday! 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