ai.^...^.,-^—«—.fr ,,...„. „....„,.,_..!...,. ALGONA HI USES 19CAGERS.-WINS 1,45-12 LuVerne Battles Hard But Visitors Are Outclassed By Locals BULLDOGS MEET EMM'BURG a pretty falf basket. ban team to the local high whool this season appear good, even higher pitch, The summary: Afcon* to an THE WEEKLY RECORD (45) Medin, f o Larson, f 3 Henigah, f o Post, B a Spencer, B 'i tfedin, R .'0 Boren, f .rj 3retzmeyer, c .' ,7 Stewart, c 3 Sellstrom, g i FgPt Pf Tp ~ 0 0 0 * practically four Opaoh Kenneth Mer* ahool basketball but out 46 to 12, fost. D. B 0 Miner, g> o I Spencer, g i Guderlan o 9?vine o Slgsbee 0 1 o o 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 WfiATttEtt December 13 29 Dec. 14. .02 inches slet '.'.'.'.31 December 15 33 December 18 " » December 17 ""da December 18 "44 December 19 !"'4S 18 14 23 19 17 15 22 Four Star Holiday Movie* Billed Here bflokln « <* holiday mo- P'ctures is announced this wee «• o. Ri«e, manager of the cal Theatre. with Kay Francis in "Hous on 66th St.," the program Includes pic tures starring James Cagney, Lee Tra cy. Lionel Barrymore and Katherine Hepburn. A big special picture for Christmas Total 23 enot. , WVen»(l8) M^^ 1 7 45 8Ccond floor. 0 1 BaMottl.Y ".!".'!.'.'.'.'.'.' !o 0 Lang, V., g o 0 Lang, W., g .; o 0 3. Post, R, Medin, "bretzmejrerTseS? «m, ana Shackleford. Tnto group «si^L to the ?** and *""• Quarter only. The second string outfit consist- I JSl^l&PS*** 1 ««*• own, 1 " * .6220 Total ——..,,. „„„ ujscuvcr tuso neia tneir own I m. «i and some of the fourth team even man- *, T*',^, to acad «ny teams will •ged to click. ™ aa Play at Wesley, Friday night. The During the first half LuVerne scored S?" 16 was ori sl na lly scheduled for OTCT ao* 66 points ' whUe Algona ran ' *--^*^°-- tlJte w " k - but due to the ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $3314 2 yellow '32 2 mixed 32 Oats 28 B O"™8 i - -ff — r — ——- j**wiu\^ *ui V/iU LOlflllttf Hogs, KO 1200 f™ 1 T hlch Mtm *&r Rice has been angl- Hogs, 160 210 ' Hogs, 180-200 230 Hogs, 200-280 '.. 2 60 I«,, *""*>,}" wouaenana," a Storybook in Hogs, 280-300 2 40 11?" **" ** onc ot *&« greatest feature Hogs, 300-350 2 § 10 J** 118041 ** ever shown locally, Mr. Rice Packing sows, 300-350 ".' 2 00 ^^T"- lfc "M be here on Thursday Packing Sows, 350-400 .... 2 00 an ? PHdft y of next week. Packing sows, heavy '.'.'. no '"" Poultry and egg prices due to a flue- shortly. weeks ' vin be announc- •Alice in Wonderland," a storybook in A complete announcement will be '- a Call Theatre ad, elsewhere * uuivijf mm egg prices aue to a fluctuating market are not quoted this week. Candle Ceremonial MARRIAGE LICENSES ,» MarWa, Algona, and Hazel Mathson, Burt. Packs Local Church AlJ's Well* Colonial -_-.. „— Wesley also had a game with ntonka for that evening, the academy game was booked later in the week. Supervisors-Assessors The next meeting of the county supervisors will be held December 27. A meeting of township and town assessors has also been called for January 5th, at which time books, supplies and instructions will be handed out nes Pierson, Forest City. NEW CASES FILED Equitable Life Insurance Co., vs A. L Sorenson, contract. Dorothy Powell vs Theodore Powell, divorce. NEW CARS LICENSED J. R. Thompson, Fenton, Chev. coach J. H. Welp, Bancroft, Chev. coach E. J. Titus, Algona, Chev. coach. O. Michaelson, Tltonka, Chev. coach. *° ^c- Among other features of the program was the reading of the Christmas story n\t nJTwn T *t«Ui *•»__• ____ _ ., . . -"" if O. A. coach. Bonnstetter, Algona,' Chev. w **• «»w v*»* 101.11100 otwiy Lura Sanders and several numbers by the mixed quartette. Irvington Woman Wins Cut Rate Flour Prize ,^2u52 l 5f.9"^ «>'Brvtagton was MOODY SIMPSON FUNERAL RITES Well Known Kossuth Resident Was 77 Years Old; Born In Vermont Seneca: D. M. Simpson, better known as Moody Simpson was born in Greenboro, Vermont, on June 11, 1856. In the spring of 1866, he moved with his parents to the state of Illinois where he lived until 1880. When he was a young man he went to Nebraska where he was employed by a railroad for several years and then became a grain dealer. He received a very good education while in Illinois and taught school for some years in that state. He came to Seneca township in 1884 and became a landowner and farmer. Here he lived with the exception of he last four years when he lived in Swea township, four miles west and two miles north of Swea City. Mr. Simpson, though a bachelor, ad- pted three children, the youngest at he time of adoption being only 14 lonths of age. This 14-month boy Ruolph grew to manhood «nd stayed with his foster-father until the time Athletic Park to be Flooded tot Skaters There will be a community lee stating rink in Algona as soon as the weather boomed cold enough to build one Th athletic park is to be flooded with enough water to make five or six in* ches of ice. The city park board will furnish the location, and the city will donate the light and water. The Work will b« done by the American Legion. Skating will be free. Several years ago the park was flooded for the same purpose. Play Fiddle PI ay- A Melody of Heartiest Christmas Greetings and Best Wishes for the New Year And may we take this opportunity to thank you one and all for your patronage during the past year BJUSTROM'S PLUM CREEK NEWS Mrs. T. R. Pickard visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Robinson, east f Algona a day or two last week. Mrs. Agnes Seeley has been spending some time in Algona visiting at the home of her son, Kenneth and at the Ellis McWhorter home. Stanley and Wayne Keith and Claude fieeley were Minnesota visitors Wednesday of last week. They were look- I ing for livestock to purchase. Clarence Thomas,-who has been employed in this locality for some time has gone to the home of his mother at j Clarion to spend the holidays. The Plum Creek Social and Literary club was entertained on Wednesday of I las ' week b y Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald. Elsie Willrett was the assisting hostess. ... Wm. Altwegg and daughter, Jeanne and Dean Sparks drove to Lake Crystal, Minn., on Sunday. They took home cf 8 ' £ ^ B * aker> who had been h «e J since the death of the late E. M. Sparks. Mrs. R. M. Gardner of Algona, who suffered a stroke of paralysis at the home of her son, Floyd, here a week ago Sunday is being cared for there by the family and is expected to recover. Mrs. Gardner who is 82 years of age is an old settler of Plum Creek township and all friends of the family are interested In her condition. ~ d Mrs. Ben Weber and two (returned on Wednesday of ' -fWv»» X^u._A_ V • where the past two weeks. Injured Man Eecovers Swea City:The condition of Buell M !°£ '"J^S! ln an automobile ac- ' cident Dec. 9, when his friend, Rudolph Simpson was killed, was reported M b °"* r : He was enough improved so that he was taken from the Buffalo Center hospital to his home at Swea f his sudden and tragic death last aturday night. Mr. Simpson's death came as the result of a heart attack only about one- half hour after ho had returned from Rudolph's funeral services. The shock and great sorrow possibly hastened his death. At the time of his death Mr. Simpson was 77 years, 6 months and one day old. He leaves to mourn his passing his two foster children Mrs Berggren and Fred Simpson of and friends. Rev. Seimans of Swea City conducted th(e, Jservices at the Baptist church at Bancroft. Obituary of Rudolph Simpson Rudolph G. Simpson was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walders in Seneca township, May 31, 1901. At the age , of 14 months he, one brother and one sister were adopted by D. M. Simpson. He received his education in the Seneca school. On June 1, 1932, he was married to Elva Froehlich of Ceylon, Minn. To this union one daughter was born, Constance Joan. He met instant death on Saturday I evening, Dec. 9th at the age of 32 years 6 months and 8 days. He left to mourn bis wife and daughter, his foster-father, D. M. Simpson of Swea City who i passed away last Tuesday, one brother, Fred of Bancroft and one brother preceding him in death in 1917, a sister, Mrs. Iver Berggren, of Bancroft, stepmother. Mrs. Walders of Armstrong, 1 step-brother, six , half-brothers and many friends. Funeral services were j held from the Guild Hall at Swea City Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould spent Sunday at the Soren Didricksen home In Brltt. Mrs. Ben Gould had an attack of neuralgia In her face during the past Mrs. Alfred Jergensen has been 111 end confined to her home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. James Coady of Wes- ey were callers Monday at the Louto Bode home. A P. T. A, meeting was held at the school house hi District No. 4 last IW* day evening. Mitt Melinda Erdmann ha* been assisting with the house work at the Oeo. Kohl home this fall and winter. Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and family of Des Moines are expected Saturday to spend Christmas at the Herman Dau home returning to Dft Moines on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey expect to leave this week for Clayton, New Mexico, where they will spend Ohrsit* mas with their daughter, Mrs. Kenneths Wight and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dau expect to leave shortly after Christmas for Harriett, Arkansas, a small town not far Erom Little Rock. Their son, Pete wh<» ives there has been ill suffering from malaria fever. They will go via De» Moines where they will atay over night with the Bob White family. Mrs. Fred Will was happily bur- irlsed last Saturday evening when a troup of neighbors walked in to help 1 her celebrate her birthday anniversary. About thirty wete present. Mrs. Wilt •cceived many ftlce gifts. The even- ng was spent spaying five hundred*. Mrs. Will's birthday fell on Friday,. ut owing to social activities in the> elghborhood the party was held oa aturday instead. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening: hlch waa brought by the guests. WVWWVWWWtfWl JUST 3 Shopping Days Before Xmas WHITTEMORE NEWS «.«rr,' ~^~ Mrs- Norma n Crawford and family of Algona visited with Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford Sunday. ,£***? Haag and Peter Weydert visited relatives at Wells, New Rlchland and Hollandale, Mtan. recently. . M !i. and ^ M ??- E - J - Butler and 'their w ™ > Ann> of with Mrs. J. B. Butler Sunday. «*«* basketball team —~"** w *"*v**v fc/ao&Cbuau TCtUU 525. £«W5 Tucsa * y evenm * and «» « e «• «««> were defeated by a score of 38 to 31. etery at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. P. w. Kollasch and S^SnS? 1 *. »» ?* itin S Mr. and and he was buried In the Cathllc cem- . an Mrs. Chas. G. Kollasch at West Bend. The apHroaching mariage of Earl Elbert and Geneva Walters was an- nounecd in St. MIotuwl'« church Sun- ///, / ^ yfAHTY CLAUS Will Soon Be Here Never before have I entered Into the Christmas spirit like this year. Por me it Is a real Christmas. A few years of depression and adversities seem to make Wtter men and women, of us, more neighborly and considerable of each other Every one you meet seems to be a sincere friend saving kind words and wishing you well. How I enjoy my little friends, the boys and girls that come in the store. I will stop a sale any time to talk to a child There is where you nnd honesty and simplicity. Maybe I am getting old and in second childhood, if so, I will say it is a mighty happy way to be. And while wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year I want you to know that I thoroughly appreciate the splendid patronage you have given me this year. In volume of sales 1933 is away ahead of any year the Neville Shoe Store ever had imie levil The Shoe Man hey were called the preceding Saturday by news of the illness of Mr. Weber's father. The elder Mr. Weber >a«ed 8,way on Saturday at the ago of 2 years. Funeral services were, held rom the Catholic church Monday. ST. BENEDICT NEWS Rev. H. B. Kramer was a shopper at Algona Monday afternoon. Miss Harriet Simons is employed at the G. B. Ludwig, Sr., home; "., * Mr. and Mrs. Dan Froehlich are the .... and Mr. and Arnold Elbert and daughter vis- Hospital News Mrs. Mary Simons and family spent unday evening at the home of Mrs Huschka. Mrs. George Aman and daughter Thecla of Sexton spent last week Wednesday at the Wm. Arndorfer home. i. Martin Bleich and HO.. , » ~— "—••"« uicwa aim ineir daughter, Mary Jane of Titonka spent Sunday at the Henry Seller home Mrs. Dorweiler of West Bend is visiting her daughters, Mrs. L. M. Arndorfer and Mrs. Jule Studer for some time. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rahm of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests of Hie former's mother, Mrs. Joe Rahm, Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Downs, Mrs N H. Raskopf and Mrs. Prank Eisenbarui were Mason City shoppers last Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, Mrs. Josephine 2Er he lt r ™ dt ** France/S? at Algona Monday *if- ... —.-—-*• AMMVAW **i*u uauKiicer via- Sundaf and M "' M " W ' *toW"«m Mrs. J. B. Butler left Monday morn- Ing by train for Shaw, Oregon, for an extended visit with her son. Guy Butler and femily. * °™ ,Mrs. Roy Crawford and Swahson assisted Mrs. E. J with a benefit bridge party on day, afternoon. _Theodore.Blerstedt was taken to the Kossuth hospital Friday evening and Satiu-day morning submitted to an ap- pencdcitis operation. Herman Maahs injured his leg while cranking his truck recently. It was left in gear and the car ran forward pushing him against the wall. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Alice Cairy, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cairy at Eagle Grove. The Christmas operetta, "The Kidnapping of Santa Claus" given by the public school in the academy hall Sunday evening drew a large crowd. General Hoqrftal New* December 17, Walter Larson of Bradgate was admitted with a fractured leg I below the knee. Kossnth Hospital News Friday afternoon, Stella Ward underwent an operation for appendicitis. Mrs.conrad Gable of Ledyard entered pie hospital yesterday morning for ml- por surgery. .. Theodore Bierstedt underwent an operation for hernia Saturday. 1*^0^ Join the Christmas Parade to Chrischilles & Herbst CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale Mr. and Tues where he had spent the past week ?ak-' ing treatments at a sanitarium Circle No. 3 is having a card party on Tuesday evening, December 28 utthA Ifo 001 ^ 11 ' R veryboly b invH 8edat ^ se ^H n ?£ A ™ or £ r : Mrs ' ^ O. Downs ,--- • ...... ISich charge. Mr. and Mrs. A. the F. Huschka, and Mrs. Anna Huschka spent last We'dne™ day afternoon at the George Ludwig br. br., home visiting Mr. Ludwig, who ln the best of health all Peterson Studio Employ es wish to thank our many friends for the past patronage we have received and want to take this opportunity to wish the whole world a Merry Christmas and Algona and Community a special WILL F. BROWN, Jfgr. WVVrVWVVUViVWVWWVVVVVM Mr. and Mrs. WaJlace Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Reimers and Melbourne Simpson were in Bancroft 'Friday attending the funeral of D. M. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kollasch Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Elbert were at Sheldon Sunday visiting with Mr and Mrs. Henry Kaschmitter and fam- Billy Biggins' oil station has changed hands and is now run by Ed Cullen and Harold Roth. The lads are local boys and their friends wish them sue- CcSS ( ., Mr - an <l Mrs- Jake Thul, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Thul of Clarion, visited on Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike fh. H B pla . y Blven by tne P"P ils of the third and fourth grades of the academy Thursday drew a small crowd owing to the weather. The pupils took their parta well. Mr and Mrs. H. S. Dailey spent Sun- »f J^" g "EL" 1 "*?: Jim Mccreery Kodak Finishing. One Day Service. I Mail or bring your films.—Algona Art mat «,nv=m«t place in th. *T«. lorn »« "*' ."^"""" «" (xmrteoiu ana uxl .. S Studio. 61-1* FOR MEN ONLY FOB SALE—Four of my best Duroc boars left at bargain prices. Also good Holsteln bull for sale or trade.—A O Carlisle, Whittemore. gi« FREE BEER—Buy a case and one , case free. No advance in price—Vera's Beer Garden. 51 . ' FOR SALE—Duroc boars. Immuned. H. B. Fain, Emmetsburg, la. 48-51 Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrscha Laundry. Phone 267. 49-tJ | Wanted ni»~. «» t TT ^ Herbst - After all, there's no gift like some piece of feminine apparel to thrill her. Buying it is easy here Open evenings-step right up men-the greatest show taAlgon£ Vega Cream Separator WANTED—Reliable married man to work on farm. Joe Preston, Swea City. Iowa. WANTED-^HousJekeeper /for home and small wages. Write Box 83 Rt 2, Cylinder. gl* McCreeI> y her h nhi, < er nip a while ago and is doing as well as can be expected. Robert amd Mrs. Louis Braatz, „ •*•«» -.MJD. J-.UULS luraatz. Heidenwith and son, Ellsworth of Whlt- temore and Mrs. Heidenwith of Algona went to Milwaukee to attend the funeral of Herman Braatz recently. Mr and Mrs. Peter Kollasch, Sr., re- Jived word that a daughter, Jane Marie, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaschmitter at Sheldon. Mrs. Kaschmitter was formerly Catherine Kol- WANTED MAN OR WOMAN—to sell famous Watkins Products full or part time here in Algona. Chance to en- Joy good income throughout New Year starting immediately. Write A. D. Hazell, J. R. Watkins Co., Winona, Minn. 49* __ FOR SALE OR TRADE— 1931 v rolet coach.— Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 51 Mrs. John Gray and two small children and daughter, Mrs. North and ^Sffwsis.fiWiisrjK macher. They were on their way home o Spencer after visiting in Clarion. n^'^ 11 " BUenlu » spent last week n Emmetsburg at the Dr. A. J. La u - senthal home helping to care for the new son. It is the first boy in the amily, there being four girls Mrs Bisenius and Mrs. Laubenthal are sls- *,f,,- 1 Welr and Patricia Welr, R. N., to Sioux City Sunday and from there Patricia went to Carroll. Nebraska, to take care of the Wm. Littleton children, who have scarlet fever. Gene Littleton, youngest child, was taken to Wayne, Nebraska for an appentUctte operation. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, 88. Notice la hereby given that by virtue of special execution directed to me rrom the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a Judgment rendered In saUl court on the 28th day of November, 1933, In favor of J. W Haggard as plaintiff, and against J Clyde Smith and Bertha L. Smith as defendants, for the sum of Thirteen Hundred Nine and 42-100 (11309.42) Dollars and costs, taxed at Sixty four nnd 44-100 (164.44) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property a.a the property of the said J. Clyde Smith and liertha L, Smith to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: Lot Eight (8) of Block TL°i,? und . red ., Forty (240) Call ' a Avenue Addition to Algona, Iowa. And I will proceed to eell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder for n^ h ' l fatf- na \ OI \. the ath da > r ot January, 1834, at the east door of the Court House In Algona, In Kossuth county, Iowa,, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of said day. when and where due attendance will be given by the under- HKned. Dated this 7th day pf December, 1933 Sherir 0 — DA " L?AUSBRl ' J. L. Bonar71pla'lntl«'V'Attorney. Known and used all over the world. Gets the cream Easy to clean Durable, Efficient Low in Price ; High in Quality JiVe are happy to announce that we have been appointed Algona's exclusive dealer for the, famous Vega Separator. Sold on easy terms, See it. jii '_,. FREE BE !*"VW, Bm Gaden Buy a case and East of Fairgrounds No adv,ance ij) pri .ce.
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