The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 25, 1937 · Page 5
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The Alffona tforar Den ICofado, Atamft, Iowa, Nov. 25,1937 Elsie Runt of Conrith WM * ten- »h1 FP -° f Mrs ' Alwln Huenhold the letter's home, Friday * nd *"• 1red Mr A nW « UMs < _Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz at Fen- » B * rto er- attended the annversary ser- R 'S I 5 e Luth *™ church at Burt, Sunday afternoon. ****• £ R- Johnson and chlld- H, o Darlene Brayton of Fenton were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wpgener *£• 1 S n i Mrs - »• »• Martin and Kutn McKee spent Sunday after"°?!! an . d . evening at Mason City visiting their respective parents. Virginia Arn is spending Thanks- 5,12' £ y at the home of her mother, Mrs. Bessie Arn at Fort Dodge. Virginia is a clerk at the Sorensen Drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbeslng of Mason City, and Mr., and Mrs, Charles O'Hare of Fort Dodge are Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McDougall. Mr. and Mrs. W. 9. Bourne left Saturday to spend the coming winter months In El Paso, Texas, and 1 Tucson, Aricoiut. ttM Bournes are parents of Dr. M. G. Bourne. D. D. Paxson WM named n new director of the Iowa Association of Mutual Insurance Association at the final session last week Thursday at the Hotel Fort De Molnes. Mr. and Mm. W. H. Oodden and family will be guests at the P. Godden home at Emmetsburg, to fay (Thursday) for Thanksgiving dinner. W. H. Godden and P. L Godden are brothers. Mr. and Mm tt» Kohl drove to Belmond, Sunday, where they were guests of Lucille Kunz, R N. Lucille has a fine position as office and surgical nurse for Doctors Steele and Leinbach. D. J. Habegar left Friday morning for West Los Angeles, California to join his wife and daughter Margaret, and spend the winter there. Margaret Is attending the U. C. L. A. college, and will complete her course next spring. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long drove over to Mason City, Monday evening, to witness the graduation exercises of Alan Buchanan, son of the former couple, who received a dlpolma from a school of commerce. Alan is now employed by the Milwaukee railroad. DR. H. M. OLSON MOVED HIS DENTAL OFFICE MONDAY TO THE ROOMS JUST WEST OF THE >'EW CALL THEATER ENTRANCE (Former]j- occupied by the Blackstone) You Are Insured? Every depositor in our bank has hl» funds fully Insured to $5,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Iowa State Bank ALGONA R. H. MILLER, President II. L. GILMORE, Cashier F. L. MrMAIION, Asst. Cashier ?«O3racO8X»»^J5O»»SSaC8^»^^ ^BUY. One Way to Save Money on Your Winter's Fuel Bill i.s to us£ the host coal you can buy. Of course, the best will cost you u little more per ton but you will get so much more heat out of the best will cost you a litte more per ton, but you will #et so much more heat out of the best grades of coal that you save money in the end. Our Blue Star and Superior Block rate liigh up among the best grades. And the price per ton of each is only a few cents more than for grades that will not give you the heat that these two coals will. They also make less ash and clinker than m,ost cheaper coals. Get a load of either of these coals next time you need fuel and we know you will be well pleased with results. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 819 AJfonft, Iowa Janet ZerfMs of DM M*HIM spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mr*. P. P. ZerfaM. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy mid children visited at the Martin Duffy, Sr., home at Whittemore, Sunday. Alta Olenny of Wanboy, South Dakota, Is a houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cobson today (Thursday). Frank Clayberg of Grinnetl wm« a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs Earl Sprague. Mr. Clayberg la Mrs. Sprague's father. James Speneer spent the week edn with his mother, Mrs. Emily Spencer. James is employed at the Hanford Hotel in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clef ton of Owatonna spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Boy Walker of Sallx were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker. The Roy Walkers are Norman's parents. Bill Daughan of Peorla, Illinois, spent Thanksgiving day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daughan. Bill is taking a jewelers' course at Bradley Tech. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl and E. P. Keith entertained Mr. and Mrs. Stanle^ Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith at Thanksgiving dinner today (Thursday). Lillian Granzow, who teaches school at Denison, arrived Wednesday night to spend her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Granzow. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutching and the former's mother," Mrs. Ida Minkler left Wednesday to be Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bailey at Cedar Rapids. „ Floyd Saunders spent the week end at Sioux City with his wife, who s improving at the Methodist hos- iltal following an appendectomy. :Ier condition was reported serious r a time. A class of 20 seniors from the Dakota high school had pictures aken at Brown's studio Wednesday. They were entertained at the heatre following by the courtesy of Mr. Brown. Gwendolyn Deal arrived Wednes- lay to visit her parents, Mr. and tfrs. Bert Deal, until Monday. "Jwcndoiyn is a student at the owa Stnte Teachers College at Cedar Falls. John Hargreavcs of Iowa Falls arrived Wednesday night to be a Thanksgiving day guest of Maurine tfcCullough. John (s employed in he offices of Swift & Company at owa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ralph Elbert nd Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reed drove o Fort Dodge, Monday evening, to attend a service mangers' meeting at the Warden hotel. Both men are mployed at the Kossuth Motor Company. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreavm and son, Gilbert, drove to Charles lity today (Thursday) and will be quests at Thanksgiving dinner at he home of Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Ball. Mrs. Ball Is a Hargreaves daughter. QOTES Farewell to Carteon*— About 130 members and friends of the Presbyterian church honor ed Pastor and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson Monday evening at a farewell party. The Rev. and Mrs. M. A Sjostrand, the Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Vance, the Rev. F. E. Burgess and the Rev. Alexander English, all ol Algona, the Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklng of Lakota and the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Doms of Burt were outside guests. Mrs. Fred Gelgel had charge of a short program which wfts followed by ligrtt refreshments. The program consisted of a trumpet solo by Merle Pratt, a vocal trio selection by Mrs. Vernell Hardgrove, Mrs. Henry Guderian and Ann Stebrltz, a play "Valley View Minstreletts" in which Mesdames Wallace McDougall, Fred Bartholomew. S. W. Meyers, A. E. Michel and Frank Thorpe took part with Mrs. Geigel at the piano. John McDowell gave a talk on the work that had been done in the church the past four years and presented a purse of money to the Carlsons. They will leave "on Dec. 1 for St. Paul, Minn. High School Concert— A semi-sacred concert Sunday given in the high school auditorium was attended by about 250 persons. The concert was, given by members of the band and'orchestra and boys' and girls' glee clubs. Carmen Raskopf played two flute solos, "Through the Air" and "Song of India" with Jean Hutching as accompanist Jane Cretzmeyer played two piano solos entitled 'Movement I", "Sonata Ptahetique" Dy Beethoven and "Maloguena" by Lacuona. The girls' glee club sang T Hear the Bees a Humming" by Zamecnik, and the boys' glee club Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company meeting for representatives of northwestern Iowa at Sioux City, Monday. Two home officials from Milwaukee were on he program. Mr. and Mm. Howard French and son, Russell of Titonka, and Mrs. Bmlly Spencer and son, Bob will be guests at Thanksgiving dinner oday (Thursday) of Mr. and Mrs. ff. P. French. Howard French and W. P. are brothers. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Ilutchins, attended a National Farm Loan Association meeting in Omaha last week Thursday and Friday. Saturday, they drove to Lincoln, where Mr. Hnti bins attended the lowa-Neb- riiHka football game. Mr. and Mrs. Brii Sormten and two children of Walnut, Iowa, and the former's mother, Mr.s. Augusta Sornscn, also of Walnut, arrived Wednesday night for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dim. Mrs. Ben Sornsen and Mrs. Dau are sistuib. A. II. Stock und daughter, Bernice, will be dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fuhrmeister at Fort Dodge. The latter couple are cousins of Bernice. A. H. Stock's brother, W. G. Stock of Storm Lake will also be a guest at the Fuhrmeister home today. Mrs. Owen Tierncy und little daughter, Marilyn of Mason City, were guests ut the George Holtzbuu- er home Thanksgiving dny. Mrs. Tierney's son, Craig, who lives with Ilia grandmother, Mrs. Holtzbauer, returned to Mason City with his mother for the week end. John Hough, of Eugene, Oregon, is spending a two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Hough. He drove to Iowa City, Tuesday, und visited his sister, Frances Hough who is a iMidtnt jt the University of Iowa. John is on the staff of un Oregon forestry division. Lewis mid John Ferguson of Ames and their friend, RaynvinU Carmak of St. Louis, Missouri, will spend Thanksgiving Day with their mother. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Lewis is an instructor in forestry at the CCC cump at Ames, and John and Raymond are students at Iowa slate college. Air. und .Mrs. Kulpli Loss and family of Bremerton, Washington, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Casey Loss, Tuesday evening. The man are brothers. The Ralph Loss family are visiting their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Loss und l<tf. und Mrs. Bert Norton, while visiting in Algona. Emm Lea Deal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engstrom of Elmore, Minnesota, to Minneapolis, Tuesday,, They returned to EJmore Wednesday with the Engstroins' son Howard, student at the University of Minnesota, who is home for the Thanksgiving vacation. Air*. Hugh Hermnu, »lr». Perry Phillips, and Mr. and Mrs. Casey Loss drove to Fort Dodge Friday night and the women attended the White Shrine order at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. LOM was initiated Into the White Shrine, and Bernice Doinmer, former Algonian, now of Fort Dodge, was also initiated. Mr. and Bin. E. B. HoCuU. Kenosha. Wisconsin, who were the «u««U of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shierk but week Sunday, returned Saturday frow Onofea, wlwe they visited r«J*tiv«*. They toft for home, Monday. MM. MoOstt U Mr*. Bhierk's mother. Dr. ShUrk U •pending >ach Tuesday ta Emmetsburg to accommodate patients. Jack Phillip*, son of Mr. and Wra. Perry Phillips, residing in the trvington vicinity, has bought the Windsor Hotel and cafe at Spencer, where he has made his home for several years. Jack had gained fame as a boxer and prize fighter, but perhaps found that boxing did not yield sufficient dividends. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will personally conduct the hotel and restaurant. Dorothy Downing Sherman Club Head LuVerne: Dorothy Downing was elected president of the Sherman Shiners 4-H club when it met with her at the Aaron Steussy home on Saturday afternoon. Shirley Blumer was chosen for vice president; Kathleen McClellan, secretary; Anna Genrlch, treasurer; Reglna Laubenthal, historian and Marjory McClellan, reporter. Names were drawn for the Christmas party to be held Dec. 18, at the home of Shirley Blumer. The girls told what they were thankful for at roll call. Cotttn*, llrermore, flick. Llvermore, Nor. 22—Frank Collins, who has been in poor health for some time, had a relapse last week Tuesday, and his condition last week-end was critical. Mr. Collins formerly operated a pool hall here, but has of late been unable to look after business affairs. sang "Winter Song" by Bullard. Two numbers "Oracel Overture" by Otis Taylor and "Entrance and March of the Peers" by Sullivan were directed by Htlbert Rasmusson. The band with chorus concluded, the program with two numbers, "Bin Feste Berg" and "Pilgrim Chorus." «•»**«••» Benefit Bridge Party— A benefit bridge party will be held in the Masonic Temple next week Tuesday evening. Members of the past matrons' olub will be hostesses. A patch work quilt Is to be given away, and the quilt Is now on display In the window of Christensen Bros, store. Woman's Club to Meet— The Algona Woman's club will meet at the Library clubroom Friday, Nov. 26, for a business meeting starting at 2:30 o'clock. An interesting program will follow at three o'clock, and Miss Ella Thompson will be in charge. Baptist Program— The Baptist Young People's union will have charge of the morning service at the Baptist church next Sunday morning. Ek-Scnator L. J. Dickinson will be the speaker at the evening service. Bridge Clnb— Mrs. William Dau entertained her bridge club at two tables last week Wednesday evening at her home. Mrs. John Dutton and Mrs. Owen Nichols were prize winners. Young People's Meeting— Young People's meeting will be held in the church parlors of the Trinity Lutheran church, Friday evening at eight o'clock. Mrs. ITarve Higley of Mason City is visiting with relatives here Nick Reding and son, Cletus were nt Sioux City on business Monday. Editor and Mrs. Louis'Elbcrt of Pocahontas visited at the Peter EI- bert home, Sunday. Ray Oliver and Mike Beach attended a rural service meeting at Humboldt, Thursday. The Norbert Hilbert family of Bode visited with Norbert's mother, Mrs. Emma Hilbert, Sunday. The Nick Reding family of here were Sunday dinner guests at the George Wagner home at Irvington. The Warner Braatz family visited Mrs. Henry Krueger at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach of Rolfe and Rose Ohm of Fort Dodge visited at the H. R. Zumach home, Sunday. The M. El Ladles' Aid and birthday club will hold its annual bazaar and chicken dinner at the Academy hall Wednesday, Dec. I. .Mr, mid Mrs. RUBS Saundera of Britt and Mrs. James Krogmeler of Fort Madison visited at the Willlam Oliver home, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mrs. Herman Voigt and George Schultz drove to Marlon, South Dakota, Monday to consult a specialist. Lawrence Meyer, Alice Dau and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn took Thanksgiving Day days Thurs. Matinee 1-3-5 Friday Uttlie Howard, B?tt« Davis, Olivia UvHuviluiul, Eric Blare in "IT'S LOVE I'M AFTER" Big Comedy Hit Saturday, November 27 2 Big Attractions 2 Deanna Durbin in "100 Men and a Girl" Feature No. 2 Will, tiarson in "Behind the Mike" Sunday-Monday, Nov. 28-29 VE AT SCCO/W SHSHP l ynmt UuYOIflUr, Mrs. Louise Nissen to Eldora Sunday where she will make her home. H. J. Thompson of Los Angeles, California, who spent the past week here attending: to business, returned to California, the first of the week. Harold Knecht attended the concluding event of a two months' sales contest of the Mid-Continent Petroleum Corporation at Waterloo last Wednesday, Rev. Father Hyland of Manilla visited with old friends here Saturday. Pat Murphy accompanied Father Hyland back to Manilla to spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hargeman of Thief River Falls, jTTnn., who have been visiting at the G. C. Ix>e- bach home the past three months, returned home Thursday. Conrad Alls of here, who with hontns, nttendcd the funeral of their brother. John at Metamora, 111., returned home Friday. The Y. P. S. of St Paul's Luth- cr:m church lu-ro. had H card pnrty ill the school basement Wednesday evening. Vera Dan and P. L.. Jossen won high prizes. June Wehr- span nnd Raymond Heller won low prizes. Ralph Braatz and Adrian Mintz of Minnesota Lake, Minn., visited at the Louis Braatz home Sunday. Mrs. Herman Braatz of Milwaukee, accompanied them here after having spent last week with relatives in Minnesota. Mrs. VMill Hlggins returned from Sioux City Sunday after visiting a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Don Sylvester. Jim Bigley, Mrs. Higgins' brother, returned with her after having spent the past month his brother, George Allg of Poca- In Sioux City. r We Have The You Want f( SIMAS' GODDESS Of TIME 1 7 i«wel»; in Hit 4 thonfl and eolet of ' Bold . . . MINUTE MAN 17 J«wel*,etirv«d $OO' to fit the wri»t , . 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