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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona> Iowa, Nov. 4,1937 North East Kossuth Page JUNIOR PLAY AT TITONKA, NOV. 12 Carol McEwen Directing Cast of 12 In "Margie" Good news! A load of fun is on Its way to Titonka owing to the fact that the junior class has announced that, rain or shine, they will positively ring the curtain on a lively performance of "Margie", a comedy in three acts, by Robevt Hilton. The play will be presented at the Tyke Theatre, November 12, and rehearsals are now in progress under the able dirction of Miss Carol McEwen, which fact alone insures a smooth and finished performance of this fine play. "Margie" Is a domestic comedy that is filled with laughs and homely sentiment, just the kind of play you have been longing to see as far back as you can remember. It has a tear one moment and a laugh the next and is replete with bright Mnes and sayings. The cast has been carefully chosen and is as follows: Mrs. Brown, Lucille Bartlett; Harry Brown, Donavon Andrews; Margie Brown, Feme Oesterreicher; Mary Brown, Mildred Greenfield; Valerie Marvel, Patricia Ball; Daisy Mayhew, Rosemary Bacon; Jimmte Runion, Robert Schutjer; "Brother" James, Lee Brans; Robert Wade, M. D., Robert Budlong; Harold Brown, Herbert Schram; Jenny Brown, Ola Mae Miller. The amusement-loving public is in for a rare treat when •"Margie" arrives. , Birth Reported Titonka: Friends or Mrs. Russell Cook of Algona, nee Evon Winter, report birth of a daughter, Oct. 24th, at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Cook is a former Titonklan and graduate of Buffalo consolidated school, a Hebron School Carnival Netted Returns Friday Hebron: A carnival and program was given last Friday night in the school district No. 6. A good crowd turned out and a large sum of money was raised for the benefit of the school. Parents of a Girl Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Jordahl are the proud parents of a new baby girl born Oct. 29th at the Jordahl home. JStnrk Brings Boy Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson of Grand Meadow, Minn., formerly of Hebron township are the parents of a baby boy born about a week ago. daughter of Mr. Winter. and Mrs. W. A. OUR MEAT is your meat Phone for a baby bc-cf Boast at the big drop in prices. ,ong Herman and Anna Larson spent Sunday evening at the Ida Jor- dahls. Jennie and Bertha Badje spent Sunday afternoon with Esther Anderson. Esther Anderson was confirmed at the Liberty church in Rake last Sunday. Muriel Underbakke visited Saturday night until Sunday with Esther Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Burnild Legried spent Tuesday evening with the Oscar Frandles. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Thelma spent Monday night at the Howard Sdrensens in Rake. Mrs. Gust Nelson and Ruth visited Mrs. Christ at the Dolmage hospital last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Haveland and family spent Sunday evening at the Adrian Hausklns. Leonard Anderson picked corn for Ed Miller Tuesday and Wednesday With his picker. Jean and Virginia Larson are spending a week with their grandmother, Mrs, Ida Jordahl. OUs MMthun and family enjoyed a visit from one of his cousins of Duluth, Minn., last Tuesday. Phyllis Jorgenson of near Bricelyn, Minn., spent the week end with her friend, Berdenn Frandle. Oscnr FranOle and Burnild Legried shredded corn last Wednesday for Alvin Meyers near Mama, Minn. ( 'Esther Loos was taken to Man- knto hospital last Saturday night and was operated on for appendicitis. She is getting Along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kllpping of Forest City and Mrs. C. O. Legried, Bonna and Clemens were Sunday dinner guests at the Oscar Frand- 18. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klepping of Forest City were Sunday dinner guests of the Howard Sor- cnsons at Rake. Make Plans For Armistice Day Titonka: Armistice Day will be observed here througi. ...e cooperation of the Legion post and unit with the consolidated school. A fine program of music is being arranged by Emory Stewart, music director. Rev. W. L. Patterson will again be the capable speaker for the day in the program held at the Tyke Theatre through the courtesy nnd cooperation 01 Bartlett Bros., managers. Titonka Post Host to Cou.it/ Titonka: The Titonka post and unit 67 the American Legion will entertain the posts and units from Algona, Bancroft, Burt, Fenton, Lone Rock, Sweft City, Lakota and Wesley at a joint county meeting Nov. 18th. Luther Miller our past post commander was elected county chairman nt the Bancroft meeting and will preside here. GET UP NIGHTS? Kl.l'SII KIIIMSVS WITH Jur.liH-r nil, liue-lm leaves, i-tr. M«k« lliln simple ic.it If IIUKKUKI! Is scanty, IrrcKiiliir. Kiimrln, nr Inirnft, luivii frt-<iuriil ili-sliv. K'-t up nlKlits or If . klilnuyH 11 r« HliiKKlHh cuunlnif hnrk- url e. Um> juniper oil, bucliu leuve.M. f\i.\, miKlf into UUlf. Kn-t'li ttlMclx rlllli'd lluki'lH (CP llliNli tin: kl(ln«y», JUHl iiH you would use rUMtor oil lo llunh the Imwi'ls. llcln nalnru cllttl- !nnt« troublesome- wu*t« uinl CXCCKH rirldK. Auk nny dniKKlit for the tent box of IttiketH. I,ociilly at I^iahy's. AlKonu. Duntor. Drug Htore, Titonka. Mr. and Mr*. Samuel Warburton viiited friend* In Swea 'City la»t week Wednesday. Little Damage At Lakota, Hallowe'en Lakota: The youngsters carried on the usuai Hallowe'en stunts Saturday night whenever able to evade the marshall's vigilance, but no real damage was done. Sadie Patterson visited her brother, Raymond, at Sioux City over the week end. Miss Olene Larson, home economics teacher, spent last week end with friends in Hanlontown. Supt Earl Grabau, son Roger and daughter Peggy, spent the past week end with relatives at Bonair, Iowa. Clara Chipman and her seventh and eighth grade pupils enjoyed a Hallowe'en wiener roast Thursday after school. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton attended the sale of Mrs. Frank Thompson's household goods at Swea'City, Saturday. Robert Hnmllton, Lyle Patterson nnd Dale Hamnquist spent Saturday and Sunday with their families. The boys attend Upper Iowa University. Mrs. Milford Smith and children of Rake were Sunday visitors with the former's sister, Mrs. Alfredo Johnson and family. Mrs. Johnson's daughter, Marjorle, who is a teacher near Hampton, was also a home visitor Sunday. Mrs. A. C. Schissel drove to Minneapolis last week Tuesday where she spent the remainder of the week. A. C. Schissel and brother, Connie, drove up later in the week and they all attended the Mlnne- sota-Notrc Dame football game on Saturday. Mesdaraei Schroeder, Bntnift Thavw, Peter Recent Visitor At Titonka Dies Titonka: Dr. Pierre Sartor returned Tuesday morning of last week from Chicago called there by the death of the husband of his niece. Only six weeks ago this niece. Mrs. John Tyce and husband accompanied by another young couple visited at the Dr. Sartor home while on their vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sonnenberg and family are enjoying a visit with Mr. Sonnenberg's parents of Holland. John Bleich was a business caller in Algona Tuesday in connection with equipment for his bowling alley. Mesdames George Bonacker. H. A. French and Dr. -H. I. Torgersen were Algona shoppers Tuesday and attended the show. Will Newviile of Des Moines, Chas. Newviile and W. J. Denton were fishing: at Silver Lake last Tuesday, but had no luck. J. J. Cosgrove, who was taken to the hospital, is reported improving and has been moved to the home of his sister, Mrs. Alice Holtzbauer. Miss Hurlene Craven, daughter of M. S. Craven, is spending a few days at the home of her brother, Mel Craven and family at Iota, Minn. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and daughter, Minnie, accompanied by Mrs. Lem Stockwell, visited Mrs. Kennedy's parents at Rodman on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Welhousen, Miss Marie Bufflngton, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Young, daughter Wanda, Miss Helen Beede, Mrs. Frank Hoff. Mrs. John Putzstuck and Mrs. Wm. Ricklefs were in Mason City last week. Guy Bruns and his crew of workmen put in 140 feet of cement walk on the north side of the Denton residence property adjoining Wm. Boyken's property, Tuesday and Wednesday. This makes a block of new sidewalk improvement to Titonka streets, Miss Pauline Stockwell Of Kansas City, director representing the (Valsworth Amateur Production Co. of Marcelinc, Mo., left Tuesday night via Eritt for Albert Lea after spending a week here in the production of the Womanless Wedding and the Kiddies' Review sponsored by the local American Legion Auxiliary. Miss Stockwell Is a young lady of charming manners and splendid personality. "The Womanless Wedding" and Kiddies Review sponsored by the Legion Auxiliary was n decided success. Much new talent was discovered arid the varied personifications delighted the audience. Lem and Martha made a decided hit as did Howard French and Geo. Bonacker as"bride nnd groom. Parents of the its first meeting of the year with" the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Hammer last week Monday evening. Several items of business were discussed and some plans made. Clyde Thaves is the new janitor nt the church. Mrs. Hammer served lunch at the close of the meeting. The Rev. Frerking visited at the Buffalo Center hospital Thursday and reports Leonhard Johnson who underwent an appendicitis operation as recovering. Clarence Anderson, who suffered a crushed hand in a cornpicker had two fingers amputated, but appears to be recovering if complications do not develop. Mesdames I. E. Wortman and Frank Krall spent last week Wednesday afternoon visiting Mrs. Frank Copp at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton at Algona. Mrs. Copp was formerly a teacher in the Lakota schools, later going to Alaska to teach. She left Saturday for her home in Bremerton, Washington. Mrs. J. H. Warburton accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey, of Swea City to Mason City last Thursday evening to see the Passion Play at the high school auditorium and reports a wonderful production. Herr Joseph Meiser, 33 years old, takes the part of the Christus and has been trained since a child to take this part in the drama. The scenes and lighting effects are very beautiful and Impress the observer with the sacredness of the production. •v, L Sufferers, of . STOMACH ULCERS *» HYPERACIDltY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK THE W1LLAKO TREATMENT hM brought prompt, definite relief In thousands of codux of Stomach and Duadmil Ulcm. due (o Hyperacidity, ami othiv forms of Stomach Di>- Irrss >lint 10 Errrsi Acid. SOLD ON 11 DAYS TRIAL. For complete to- formal Inn, read "Wlllwd'i MMU(* •f Rdtof." Aik for It—In*—M A. 1C BORCHARDT QUAKER OATS II4* ••••«•• ••* tf* • ••«* is a Great Breakfast," May* DICK MERRILL, Tram-Atlantic Ocean Flyer, who hold* thu All-Tan* Ktcord for two tuccfftful Atlantic Round- Trip*! • You can't beat B Quaker Oats breakfast for that warm, friendly lift on a cold, cheerless morning ... It's rich in food-energy, rich in flavor, end costs only Vi cent per portion ... Besides, Quaker Oats is abundant in Nature's Vitamin B-the precious vitamin that doctors say you should bave daily to combat nervousness and poor appetite! Give youngsters this Breakfast of Great Americans. Rich in food energy. Rich in flavor! The one and only Quaker Oats! BKACES-UP/VERVES & D/GEST/ON Wade Ball, Fred Mr*. A. T. Buckels Hostess To Aid Lakota: Mrs. A. T. Buckels entertained the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday afternoon. Several car loads drove out to the farm five miles southeast of town. The committee submitted the calendars for the ensuing year, which were accepted and other business was taken care of before lunch. The next meeting Nov. 10th, will be a social meeting with four hostesses in charge. Hatchery Burns Lakota: The Thompson Hatchery at Elmore, Minn., was badly damaged by fire last week Tuesday. A new $20,000 incubator was damaged. Safety education is a very important item in our schools today. It should be taught to nil classes. Teaching or preaching snfrty. however, is not enough. If the only thing a child gets out of safety education is a bundle of facts he cnn recite to the teacher or visitors. I don't believe we have tatipht him a thing. He must "do" what he is being taught—he must do what people preach to him. A fnmons author once said: "I have quit trying to be good, but I have not quit trying to do good." That is the thought. Cultivate safe habits in the children through safety education. Safety education must, of course, be based on intelligence, facts and ideals, but it must have coupled with that desirable and safe habits. Safety education is a conception of life or a state of mind. It must. however, at the same time create n machine or a thought for building efficient and safe conduct. Zerhes Entortnin Mr. nnd Mrs. D. J. Zerbe entertained a group of friends at a bridge party Sunday evening with three tables being in progress. H. J. Braley won high score prize for the men and Mrs. Julius Kuni, high for the women. Mrs. Braley won the travel prize. The host and hostess served refreshments later in the evening. THE NEW 1938 ZENITH RADIOS May Be Purchased on Convenient Budget Plan at THOMAS Radio Service Irvinpton, Iowa Phone 12F12 Liberal Trade-In Allowance When in need of glasses have your eyes thorougnly examined Dy DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Aijona, i»w«. The Algona Auction Co. We are here to serve both the »eller and buyer at our pavilion In Algona every Saturday. Saturday Nov. 6 For Uii» Saturday'* Sale we expect to have the usual run of ktuif, confuting of mixed lot* of cattle and feeder uigit; aluo later on we expect to veil Home hoi-geti when you get ready, please let iu know a* we will luive buyers here. On our Saturday Sale* we will sell anything that you huve, Including furniture, post*, potatoes, applet* and all kiniU of fruit, machinery and »onu> odtto and ends of live stock. Al»o expect to make tills our Horse Sale* Day. Tuesday, Nov. 9 We are getting good runs ol western cattle in our Tuesday Bate*. Last week with two cars and for this sale we expect to have a to S earn of choice White Face* ranging from 300 to 600 UM. Also other mixed lots. We have the best of buyers, so bring iu anything that you have to selL We sell by the head or weight Don't forget th<x*e veal calves as we have buyers fr>r them. Consign your stock to us as we will do all we can to get the best price*. Abo will have a good run of fe«ler pigs in each sale. We expect to have good buyers for euch sale, so plan on making these sales your sale*. Open Every Day. Sale Barn phone 77 Start on stock at 1:30 „ TERMS— Cash. No property removed until settled for. RID D L El Operator and Auctioneer Raymond Kiddle, Clerk Bruor and Jerry Ukena attended a Wlnnebago county Legion Auxiliary meeting at Buffalo Center last week Wednesday. Mrs. Iwiiru. eighth district committeewoman was the main speaker. A gct-tosctlier meeting was held at the Presbyterian church Friday evening to celebrate the anniversary of the Board of Foreign Missions. The missionary society had charge of devotions, then all listened to the address of Dr. Robert Spear, a missionary. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kienitz, Burt. attended church services nt the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Mrs. Kienitz's niece, Marvel Jhcobson, St. Paul, who is her guest, accompanied them here and rendered some beautiful music with Mrs. Jerry Ukena as accompanist. Dr. Muhleman preached in the Methodist church Sunday morning, going from here to Ledyard for services there and a family dinner at the church. He and Mrs. Muhleman returned here in the afternoon and he held the first quarterly conference at the church Sunday evening. Mrs. Harry Duckworth, Independence, Kansas, Miss Hattie Crist, of Alden, and Mrs. Etta Porter, Marshalltown, came last Thursday for a visit at the Guy Beemer home. Mrs. Duckworth and Miss Crist are cousins of Mrs. Beemer. f riday the women drove to Albert Lea, whert they visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Worley drove to Mason City Thursday morning and Mrs. Worley spent the remainder of the week visiting her mother, Mrs. M. H. Bailey and Mr. Wor- Ity went down Saturday afternoon and both returned Sunday evening. While there Mrs. Worley helped her mother celebrate her birthday ut a party. Mesdames John Smith and Heyo Berschman entertained the Presbyterian missionary society at Mrs. Smith's home Thursday afternoon Devotions were in charge of Mrs. W. E. Ley. Women and Missions was given by Mrs. Vance Lester; Our Medical Tasks Overseas, by Mrs. R. L. Williams. Mrs. Doris Ukena and Mrs. O. H. Frerking sang "Ivory Palaces." Lunch was. served to a large crosvd. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton ind Mr. and Mrs. James Warburtoi drove to Elmore, Minn., Sunday afternoon to viait at the Sam "Larson home. The Lurson family were residents of this vicinity for sevora years, but 21 years uyo moved to i small acreage west of Elmoru. Mi- Larson and his daughter. Mrs. Han nan Nelson and four sons live to gether. Mrs. Larson, their son John and one daughter, Mrs. Liz lie Krupp and her, husband, Ott< Krupp, have all passed away with in the past few years, leaving Mr Larson and his daughter and fam ily us the only ones of the mime diate family remaining. Mrs. Nel son's 19 year old son, Marvin, un derwent an appendicitis operatior four weeks ago and last. Friday her 1? year old son, Gene, had a collar bone broken while playing football in Elmore. Suffice the Larsons \vere very glad lo sec uld frxtmdu. bride and groom remained unknown in spite of their varied expressions of grief and sorrow. Many One comment* were made M to thi manner in which the kiddles carried out their parts nnd the splendid cooperation throughout the perform- Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins and Rupture I use the ambulant method In treating these conditions. This means that you suffer very little If any pain, do not have to go to bed or lose any blood. You can go right en with your regular work and lose no time except for a few minutes in my office once a week. You are welcome to come In for an examination without charges. At that time I can explain my method of treatment. Dr. S. W. Meyer, D. 0. QBNERAL, HOSPITAL Algona, Iowa - 21-tf November Specials October was the biggest nnd best October we ever had. It was a very pleasant month's business. I enjoyed every minute of it. We have our sleeves rolled up and going after November with a determination to make it just as good ns October. It ought to be better for we have more goods and cheaper prices than we had last month. Merchandise of all kinds have been rolling in. Shoes, overshoes, underwear, shirts, odd pants, jackets, blazers, sweaters, caps and all kinds of furnishings. A big assortment of men's overcoats. Every coat new and up-to-date. They are full of style, fit and well tailored. Prices from $9,98 to $17.00. We are saving our customers from $4.00 to $7.00 on each coat. Eighteen suits left out of the last shipment. We nre offering these at $17.00. Most^of them are regular $22.60 and some $25.00 suits, but you get your choice at $17.00. Six men's lamb lined ulster overcoats left, take them away at $17.00. We ore making prices In season when people wont the goods. With a Rice-Friedman "Wool-Craft" tailored overcoat and a pair of Nunn-Busch shoes you need not fear that anyone is wearing betier merchandise. The table of 78c sweaters for boys and girls has a crowd around it all the time. AH kinds, all colors, some of them worth up to $2.00. People know values. <"hey arc picking the best first Last week we ran very low on ladies' silk hosiery. This week we have n full assortment again. Several shipments just arrived. 25c, 3»c, 40c and 59c in all shades, service or chiffon. Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results LAKOTA NEWS The IlalloucVn I'lirtii-s Presbyterian Christian Bn- ser- denvor young people enjoyed ies of Hallowe'en parties last week nt the i-hm-ch. The seniors held their party last week Tuesday evening and the intermediate and juniors Thursday evening. Buys Corn Picker Julius Jensen and son, Herbert, urchascd a new corn picker last veck. Corn picking is a real task his year in this vicinity as the wind storm la,st summer blew it n the ground 'and makes husking eal work. _ ' K. D. James 4 Big Days Wednesday, Thursday Friday, Saturday • 2s« •!>< Jkaut Wlillr Pinr aud [ Tar Cough Syrup 2 for 26 C U IV.* ftitt ,l>» nt t tout TWO /nrti/uu>acecdQI\EpeuA ONE CENT IV,* "(t,.i •/ ri,a«««J>' StUclrJ Chaeolilri 49c ,,«k .1100 ntaaar ASI'IIUN TAIILETS 2 for 50 C nry Ubltl (.1 fURKTCBT AM""" ta **• full rr«in* <-' Uua A.^nn. 11 ft*U frotnpt)/ lo *•- *#- ri'LL rlir size Maical'i HA\D LOTION | 2 for 5Q C Loses 7 Cattle Lukolu: J. H. Holcomb lost seven head of cattle lust week when a straw stuck tipped over on them, six hoad were saved. The Methodist young folks en- oyed a Hallowe'en party at the hurch Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Storby attend- d the funeral of a friend in Scar- rille last week Wednesday. Dorothy Ward entertained several friends lust week Monday in lonor of her tentn birthday. Mr. anil M*rs. Raymond Smith and Mrs. C. R. Smitfi spent last week in .linncupolis, buying Christmas ;oods. The Charles Eggerths attended he funerwl of u nephew, Norman ilggerth. at Renwick last week on Monday. The juniors are now practicing heir claiss i>lny, "Prize Pigs" which will be given soon. Miss Larson s directing the play. Mrs. George Heetland came home last week from the hospital at Al- jona and is convalescing following major operation recently. Will Schroeder visTted his brother, Herman Schroeder at Dexfer. Minn., lust week. Herman, who was seriously ill with pneumonia, is reported improving. Sam Warburton drove to Swea City Thursday and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith to Hardy Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Nervig, a former Swtu City resident. The Presbyterian church hoard met at the manse last week Monday evening. Frank Lewis and Charles Cjutknet-ht were hosls and at the clo:;e of the meeting served oyster stew to those present. Little Sharon O'Keefe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Keefe celebrated her first birthday last week Sunday with a birthday supper at which both her maternal and paternal grandparents were guests. Mesdames Tom Tamen and Delia Smith were hostesses to 16 womei at bridge at the Tamen home last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Velnu Heetland and Mrs. Byers of Buffal< Center, were out of town guests Several prizes were given and lunel served. All members of the lulu A. Smith family are pleased to listei to u new announcer from Illinois Glen f'arrington, whose family hv iu Montgomery. Iowa. His mother Mrs. Ruy Karrin&toa, is a Uaughte of the lale A. Q. Smith, who was a pioneer ul this vicinity. 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