The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 16, 1937 · Page 9
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ST. JOE PARTY SUNDAYEVEN1NG flee. 19th at Parish Hall; Mrs. Gales and Circle in Charge Bt Joe: A card party will be held Sunday evening, Dec. 19th, in the 8t Joseph parish hall. Mrs. Ernest Oalea and her circle are in charge. Everybody is Invited. Bridge and five hundred are the diversions of the evening. Guests at Thllge* Mr. and Mrs. Chris Gales and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Red- Ing and family, Peter Thilges and family, Alvina Kramer and James and Casper Thilges and Mrs. Ted Mori of Fort Dodge were Sunday evening supper guests at the Henry Thilges home. The evening was spent at playing cards with Agatha Th}Igea winning first prize and Mrs. Will Rodin* receiving Jow prize. George Peckers and his nephtw left Friday for their home in Watkins, Minn. Mrs. Ted Mori of Fort Dodge spent from Thursday until Monday with relatives here. Mrs. Mary Lcntsch was a little Improved at this writing. Anna Kayser Is caring for her. P«Ur J, Lenertz went to Fort Dodge last week where he underwent treatments for his eyes, which have been giving him some trouble. Mr. Lenertz is staying at the Nick Klein home. Mr. And Mrs. John Origer from Whlttemore, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klrsch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker were Sunday evening supper guests at the Joe Becker home. The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, IQW&, Dec. 16,1937 St. Benedict Folks At Funeral of Kin St. Benedict: Geo., Leo and Jake Ludwig and Mrs. Jack Ludwig and Mrs. Dan Froehlich drove to Fort Atkinson, Tuesday of last week to attend the funeral of their great- aunt. Mrs. Cecelia Herold, who has been an Invalid for some time. She was also an aunt of Mrs. Gregory Studer and was somewhere near 90 years of age. Give Lone Rock Bride a Shower "Lone Rock: A miscellaneous shower was held last Wednesday afternoon In honor of Mrs. William OT>onnell, nee Gladys Bierstedt, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lyle Marlow. Lunch was served by the following hostesses, Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Algona, Mrs. B. C Bierstedt and daughter Dorothy arid Mr*. Walter Sorenson, Burt, and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt. Out of town guests were Mrs. Sam Warn' er and daughter, Lola, Fenton, Mrs. Ira Hanson of Burt, Mrs. Rose Barto and Dora Bievstedt, Algona and Mrs. Hans Bbdrelus, Bancroft. Plum Creek Ladies Meet at Mrs. Keith's The making of "sit down" dolls proved to be a lot of fun for the Plum Creek women's meeting, held Dec. & at the home of Mrs. Stanley Keith. In spite of stormy weather a fine representation sat down to a well balanced luncheon at noon. Miss Pepoon presented the "sit down" doll, the making of children's mittens, the study of "Heredit and Environment" and "The Well Child." Much fun and visiting conv pleted the day. The next meeting for Plum Creek will be on Jan. 25, the place to be announced later. Every Interested Plum Creek township women is asked to attend. Come and have a good time with your neighbors. _, lt SOtnHlBlMr CALIFORNIA BOWS TO NOTRE DAME— With two minutes to go TonelH, Notre Dame fullback goes over for winning touchdown from the eight yard line. Engle No. 49, Southern California fullback Is getting a free ride over the goal line. R. D. Wehrspann 111 Fenton: R. D. Wehrspann Is seriously ill at his home in Fenton, suffering from pneumonia. Mr. Wehr- spann has been In falling health for some time before pneumonia set in Sunday. Alma Madison, R. N., of Lone Rock ie caring for him. Mr. and Mrs Wehrspann moved from their farm last week to their new home, jtwt completed. Much concern is felt for his recovery. DON BLANCHARD TAKES A BRIDE Mabel Howe, Lone Bock Teacher for Past 4 Years, Weds Lone Rock: Mabel Howe, granddaughter of Mra. E. A. Howe, Paul- Una, and Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, were married Saturday at high noon at the Methodist parsonage, Paulllha, the Rev. Albert Howe, uncle of the bride, officiating. They spent the week end at Sutherland and Waterloo. Mrs. Blanchard has been an instructor in the local schools for the past four years. They are now at home with the Chester Almes. mond. St Paul, were guests several days last week of Mrs. Dora Laabs. Mrs. Harold Stewart and babe and Mrs. Lulu Hawcott, Burt, were last Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Algona and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Frank Flaigs. Theo. Krueger, daughter Elma, son Harold, Martin Yoder and Floyd Marsh were Sunday dinner guests of the Clarence Theesflelds. Mrs. Arthur Priebe underwent a minor operation Sunday at the Dr. J. A. Muellers, Fenton. She and son, Dennis, are now at the Carl Prlebes, Fenton. Floyd Marsh, who underwent an appendectomy at the Kossuth hos- pital, Atgona, is now with Harold Krueger until he is able to go to his home at Cherokee. The Rev. T. D. Arends and P. M. Chrlstenson attended n church discussion of the budget for the northern half of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Algonn Inst Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wiener, son Gerald, and the Henry Schroeders were Sunday dinner guests at the S. M, Orvlcks, Senecn. The Wieners and Schroeders spent the evening with the Roy Chrischilles family, Fenton. Edward Blnnchard. Jrvington, Clifford Garrison. Algona. nnd A. D. Newbrough took W. J. Reynolds, Humboldt, who has been visiting at A. D.'s home, to Elmore, where he will visit his sister. Mrs. Sade Garrison. Mrs. Lawrence Newbroujfh entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of her son. Frederick's fifth birthday. Attending were: Delbert and Eugene Blanchard, Irvington, Bobby Angus. Algona, Roger Long, Claude Ackerman. Kenneth Thompson and Joan Flaig. Wilbur, Everett Steven Are Hosts Sexton: The Sexton League entertained the Wesley members at a party Sunday evening at the home of Wilbur and Everett Steven. There were 30 In attendance. The Rev. Arthur Bottom led devotions. Members of the Sexton league are Rex and Mitchell Taylor, Lois Miller. Phyllis Fraser. Winifred", Margaret and Oliver Plumb and Wilbur and Everett Steven. Edith Greenfield and Arthur Stucber were guests. County Legion Session The Kossuth cotlnty American Legion and Auxiliary will hold their joint meeting in Wesley tonight (Thursday*. Jim Dolllver. state commander, and Earl Hall, past eommandcr, expect to be present. Lunch and dancing will follow the meeting. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. The M. O. Richards family spent Sunday with Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowe spent Sunday at the F. W. Nielsen's Rlngsted. Robert Schmidt has purchased a home at Fairmont , expecting to move there in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstich spent last Friday at the home of the Leo Jaskulkes, Fenton. Mrs. Louis Mltschle and son, Ed- HONOR ..FOE—Hutchinson, Minn.: The city of Hutchinson, Minnesota, provoked comment far and wide recently by erecting a statue of the Indian Chief Little Crow, leader of the Indian massacre of 1862. In honoring their former foe, the Hutchinson Park Board, which arranged for the monument, gave consideration to the fact that Little Crow was a remarkable man in many respects. He knew well that the outcome of the Indian war would be failure for his countrymen and he entered their ranks only when every plea was over-ruled by the hot-headed young braves who openly accused him of cow- Leslie Kouba, boy artist of ardice. In the picture above, Leslie Kouba, boy artist of Hutchinson, who molded the concrete statue, Is shown putting on the finishing touches to his work. 6P ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACING SECONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 413 Notice is hereby given to all persons whose names appear In the within schedule that there has been flled In the office ot the County Auditor of KoBSiith County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels or real estate Included within Secondary Road District No. 413, which schedule of proposed assessment Is as follows: Sub-Division NK'A NE14 li 8R14 NEK SW>4 NEtt SEVl Zumach Infant Given Baptism Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. William Zumach had their infant daughter, Donna Jean baptized Sunday, Dec. 5, in the Imanuel Lutheran church, Lotta Creek. Sponsors were Leona Dreyer and Arthur Zumach. A dinner was held in honor of the occasion following the church services and guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luedtke and family, Mr. and Men. Martin Dreyer, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach and family, Clarence Zumach and Audrey Culbertson, the latter of Algona. Mrs Zumach will be remembered as Lillian Dreyer, and Mr, Zumach is a brother of Mrs. Herman Luedtke, Jr. Sec. Twp. Rng;. AcresNnmc of the Owner Ajsm t. .19 94 29 40 H. L,. & Mary J. Kuhlman $13.47 . •• • R. L.. & Mary J. Kuhlman 9.26 . " • R. L. & Mary J. Kuhlman .... 13-82 R. L,. & Mary J. Kuhlman .... 9.57 . " " " " Mnry Klrsch 13.82 Mary Kirsch -i.S Mary Klrsch 13.47 Mary Klrsch 7.96 .20 " " ' .Tames Reding <•• James Hedlng nil James Reding .Sol James Reding 13.82 Henry Thllsres 1S-S2 Henry THIges 9.67 Henry Thllges 9.9B Henry Thllees 13 - 47 .ou ami each of you whose names appear In the within schedule are hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before the Board nf Supervisors at their office In Algona, Iowa, on the 4th day of January, 1938. at two o'clock P. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionments mny be increased or may be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to saltl report on or before noon of said day U e same will be presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid In full without Interest If paid within twenty days from date the assessment Is confirmed. Dated "at Algona, Iowa, this 30th day of November. 1937. 0 B. S. KtNSEY, County Auditor. NWV4 NW14 NWK SKi/4 NW>4 NWV4 NEV 4 SE'A SW«4 SW>4 NW»4 NE>4 NOTICK OF ASSKS8MBNT FOH RITHFACIKG SKCOSDAHY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 4OO Notice Is hereby given to all persons whose names appear In the within schedule that there has been filed In the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, a report of the Board of Apportionment, showing: the special assessment proposed to be levied on all parts and parcels or real estate included within Secondary Road District No. 406, which schedule of proposed assessment la as follows: Sub-Division Sec. Twp. Rng AcrcpName of the Owner Assmt .33 94 27 40 Kqultable I.lfe Assur. Soc $11.19 " Kqultable Life Assur. Soc 10.76 Chos. Rchlpull 15.14 Chos. Schlpull 15.B4 Mat 8. Marty 1BT.4 Mat S. Marty 10.76 Mat S. Marty 15.14 Mat 8. Marty 11-19 .34 ' ' Chas. Schlpull 15.14 Cras. Schlpull 1S.S4 A. A. Schlpull 11-1» A. A. Schlpull 10.76 M. J. Hlntz 10.76 H. J. Hints 16.64 H. J. Hlnta U.J9 „.. „ H. J. Hlntz 16.14 -ou and each of you whose names appear In the within ichedule are hereby notified that said report will come on for hearing before the Board of Supervisors at their office In Algor.a, loWa. on the 4th day of January. 1938, at two oelock P. M. At said hearing any of the above apportionments may tie Increased or mny be adopted without further notice. Unless you file written objections to said report on or before noon of snld day tte same will he presumed to have been conclusively waived. All assessments may be paid In full without Interest If paid within twenty days from dnte the assessment Is confirmed. Dated at Algona. Iowa, this 30th day of November, 1937. 49-50 E. S. K1N8EY. County Auditor. 8W SW M ---VJ ---- During the next two weeks the streets will be crowded witli Christma* shoppers; traffic will be congested. These conditions call for additional care on the part of both the pedestrian and the motorist. Pedestrians, intent on the serious question, What shall I buy Mary? are very likely to dash across Intersections heedless of traffic signals. Arms will be loaded with packages, obscuring the shopper's vision. MotorUU will have to anticipate any emergency and be alert at all times. Let us all do our part to make this a Merry Christmas. Not one of us would want to be responsible for an accident which would spoil the peace and happiness of anyone during the holiday »«a»on. Let us keep the thought of safety uppermost in our minds at all times. Remember—a safe Christmas is a happy Christmas Lotts Creek Aid Elects Officers Fenton: The Lutheran Ladies A!d society of the Lotts Creek church met In the school house Friday afternoon for the annual election of officers. The following were elected: president, Mra. Alex P.adig; vice president, Mrs. Nick Genglpr; secretary, Mrs. William Fuerstenau; treasurer, Mrs. H. F. Mil- tag. Committees for the following were also named: visiting the sick, Mra. Herman Reisner and Mrs, John Schallin; sewing, Mrs. Richard Po- tratA Mra. Carl Zumach and Mrs. Martin Dreyer; kitchen, Mrs. A. E. Fiene, Mra. Andrew Kading and Mrs. August Pijahn. Fenton Woman's Club Fenton: Mrs. George Boettcher and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod were co- hostesses of the Fenton Woman s club Tuesday, Eec. 14, at the Boettche: home. P.oll < all was unswer- ed by acting out H nursery rhyme. Mrs J. A. Muclltr, Mrs. Walter Chin and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz read uiiU acted out a one act play, rhe White Swan." Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod gave a review of ri'-v ens' Chnstmab Carol Musi: was furnishp.i by Hachael and Helena Weisbryd. Shop Early! Save Well! GIFTS FOR A MAN FROM A MAN'S STORE This Big Store Is Now Ready For the Holiday Season A Long Array of Practical GIFTS For GLADSTONE BAGS, 7.50 and 12.00 BEDROOM SLIPPERS 2.95 ___ ^^ \ - - Men and Boys Here ! - - Christmas, the most jdyful season of the year, will soon be here. With the holiday season so soon at hand our thoughts at this time naturally turn to suitable remembrances for our family and friends. Never in the history of this store have we displayed such wonderful assortments of Christmas gifts. More and More Smokers' Articles Become the Established Man's Gift Once more we are prepared to supply you with gifts for the smokers' joyous and cheerful Christmas, from one of the most complete stocks to be found anywhere. Remember, a man's best friend is his favorite smoke. Popular Gifts Articles of clothing al- make popular For men and boys every counter and shelf In our store is loaded with hundreds of useful and practical holiday gifts. ARROW SHIRTS, 1.05 ways SILK ROHES 3.05 to 12.50 WOOL ROBES 4.05 to 10.00 Christmas Gifts GIVE HIM A USEFUL GIFT OTHElt SHIRTS, 1.00 to 2-50 Perhaps there are no gifts so universally given or more welcomed by men than those of shirts, neckties, hosiery, handkerchiefs, sweaters, gloves, robes, scarfs, hats and cap, or a suit or an overcoat, etc., and what an assortment of these articles we have secured for your selection. You are welcome to shop around here at your leisure and examine the many exceptional values that this store offers in practical Christinas gifts for the men folks of the family. GLOVES 1.00 to 4.00 Acceptable Appropriate Economical You cuu find a gift here for him at any price. Just a few suggestions— Cigarettes Cigars Pipes Lighters Tobacco in Humidors Tobacco Pouches Ash Trays Mauy Others Ail in beautiful wrapping for holiday gifts. TlfES 50c to 1.50 WOOL and SILK SCARFS 50c to 3.50 All Christmas Gifts Will be Boxed—No Extra Charge *tt! - SHOP EARLY - Let us urge you to do your Christinas shopping early! Early in the month! Early in the day! And do it here at a big saving! Hosiery darters Belts Neckwear Pajamas Mufflers dolf Hose Shirts Suspenders Bath Robes Handkerchiefs (i loves Lounging Robes dladstoiie Bags to 1.00 Zcnder & Caldwell Good Clothes —• Algona

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