The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 23, 1937 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 23, 1937
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1MRNE CHURCH PROGRAMS TONTTE t Evangelical, Presbyterian, Lutheran and Methodist Plan Observances LuVerne: Xmas programs will t» held In all the LuVerne churches •on Friday evening at 7:30. The program at the Evangelical Church will be in two parts, the first . a miscellaneous one by the children. This will be followed by a pageant, "The Light Eternal" given by the members of the Comrade class. The Presbyterian program will be .similar with the pageant "Christmas Around the World," given by a group of young people. At the Lutheran church the program will be given by the pupils of the Sunday School and the Christian Day school. The theme will be "The Birth of Christ." English •Christmas services, will be held at the church Saturday morning at 10:30. The Methodist program will include a play by members of the Epworth League at the close. The Algoaa Pppw Des Mtim*, Algona, Iowa, Pec. Mr». Albert Johnwm 111, Scarlet Fever Fatrview-Corwtth: The Albert 'ohnson home was again placed under scarlet fever (Juarantine last Wednesday. About three weeks ago he quarantine was lifted after the Johnson's four year old son, Marvin had recovered from the dtoease, and on last Wednesday, Mrs. Johnson became III with the disease, making the new quarantine necessary. Fruit from Florida Mrs. Josephine Scribner received a box of citrus fruit Friday sent to her by her daughter, Mrs. Ellis Eno from Miami, Florida. Mrs. Eno has been in Miami attending the National Air Races with her husband and enjoying a vacation in the sunny South. Mrs. Grant Henderson is remembering her friends with sprigs of holly that she has received from a friend she visited last winter when she spent the winter in the west. Peter Thompson, 88 Peter Thompson, a pioneer resident of the LuVerne community was 83 Monday and Mrs. Thompson had as dinner guests the George Thompsons, Ledyard, the Faye Thompsons, Eagle Grove and the Allen Thompsons on Sunday. Sherman Shiners' Party The Sherman Shiners met for their Christmas party with Shirley Blumer Saturday afternoon. All o: the 12 members present took part In a musical program which includ- •ed solos both instrumental and vo cal. duets and group singing. They had a tree and an exchange o: Christmas gifts. At the next meet Ing, with Anna Genrich, Jan. 15 the new year's work will begin with the Installation of the new officers To Veterans' Hospital Mrs. Albert Merriam was in Eage Grove Saturday to see her brother, Charles Toillion, who left the same evening for Minneapolis, where he will receive treatment In .he veterans' hospital. Mr. Toillion was in the navy a few years ago, and at that time received an Injury which affected one lung. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Barton have taken their baby to Des Moines to hospital treatment Henry Loerwald baa bought th pool hall and will take possession Uw first of the year. The Harvey Hellemans, State Center, were Sunday guests at the Gottlieb Hanselmans. Mrs. William Ellis returned Sunday morning from Villa Park, where ahe has been with her daughters the paat six weeks. Percy and Allen Brink, Tltonka, were LuVerne visitors Monday. The Ches. Boylea, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday with the Harry Von Draaka family. Earl Legler and Vlrgle Hardcopf, students at I. S. T. C. and Josephine Donelson, teacher at Garner are among those who pane home for vacation Friday. Gary Lewis is the name of the son born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zwonitzer Saturday. The Zwonit- zers are tenants at the L. S. Pelr- aon farm and this is their first child. Supt. Fred Marty, Cloquet, Minn., spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Catherine Marty. All of the Marty families of this vicinity joined in a family dinner at their mother's home, Sunday. The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Heggen, Bode, was baptized Elaine Hazel at the Lutheran church, Sunday. Sponsors were Anna and Fred Frost, sister and brother of Mrs. Heggen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devltt left Monday for a several weeks stay at St Cloud, Florida. This is their •econd trip there. Mr. and Mrs. John TIM will take care of their farm during their absence The senior class of the LuVerne high school had a Christmas party at the John Voss, Sr., home Wednesday evening. Jacqueline Conoway and Gladys Alexander received high score and Merle Thompson, low and travel prizes. C. C. Smith was the faculty chaperon, The Lutheran Ladies' Aid had their Christmas party in the church parlors Tuesday afternoon with an exchange of gifts and a covered dlah luncheoh. At night the young people had their party and election of officers. The Comrade class of the Evangelical church had a party at the Max Pattersons the same evening. Birthday* for Wife, Husband Same Day Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller were taken by surprise on Sunday evening when a group of relatives and friends gathered at Selr home to celebrate the joint birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Mueller Five hundred was played at six tables with Mrs. Arthur Mueller and W. V. Yager winning tne hign score prizes. ^ Other guests were Mrs. Yager anc tfaeGeorge. Walter, William and Fred Jentz's, Mr. and Mrs. F. *. S-ssfc-aifSiSr-^ M«^)elbert Hanna, Mrs. Walter Krause Mr. and Mr*. G. B. Johnson, all'of Fenton, and Mr. and Mrs Frwd Jacob of Algona. Mr and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and &Jfc^&£SKZZ In Fenton- ~GETTiplifGHTS? KIU.VKVS "'•-" Greet New Arrival Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Studer and son, Gary, and Miss Ivadelle tzzard drove to Goodell last week Wednesday to visit at the Roy Jacobs home and make the acquaintance of the jaby boy born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs. Mrs. Jacobs was formerly Phlldred Izzard, and is a sister of Mrs. Studer and Miss Izzard. Mrs. Sylvia Nail and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schick were Algona callers last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Studer and Mr. and Mrs. William Erdman, Jr. were in Mason City last Saturday Mrs. H. E. Rockwood and son Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Garfleld Gouge were Algona visitors Mon day. Jake Schubert and daughters Marcella and Lucille, were Christmas shoppers at Algona last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Studer and daughter, visited Sunday at thi Morris Studer home at Whltte more. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Beaman o Havelock were Sunday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jesse wen Sunday dinner guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R Jesse at Hutchlns. Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers o Klemme and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Stevens of Scarvllle visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry •Merriam. , The Ladles' Aid of the Corwlth Catholic church sponsored a pro gram and Christmas tree for the! families on Saturday night at th Legion Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mastersoi and daughters, Margaret and Fran res, were Sunday dinner guests a the home of their daughter an husband, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Will lams. The Fail-view circle of the Meth odtst Ladles' Aid met last wee Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Guy Smith. Mrs. Roland Hanswirth was lected chairman of the work committee. Mr. and Mrs. George Jesse enter- alned the following relatives for dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Brown, and Miss Sadie Brown, all of Britt, and Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Altchlson and baby daughter, Sblr- ey Ann, of Corwlth. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brockman of Britt were Sunday dinner guests it the Harold Brown home. Other jailers at the Brown home were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Brown and children of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and Jessie, Mr. and Mrs. John Camelin and Marion and Maxine Brown, all of Corwlth. SWEACTTY WWS' 2ATARMSTOONG First and Second Cage Teams Carry Home Tfie Bacon Armstrong: The Armstrong boys' >asketball team's were trounced on Friday night on their home floor by he Swea City quintets. In the first game of the evening he Armstrong second team went down to an easy defeat 26 to 6. In the second game the Armstrong boys waged a hopeless but strong fight At the half Swea led 23 to 9 and after the half the Swea >oys pulled away to a better margin to win 4fi to 28. Melvin Krumm was outstanding for Swea City. Typhoid Fever John Watts is seriously ill with typhoid fever. He is the son of Assessor and Mrs. Ike Watts. Lorraine Johnson of Mankato, Vf inn., arrived here Friday to spend the Christmas vacation at the home of her father, Joe Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brooks had a surprise party on Harry Holland on Saturday evening. The occasion was Mr. Holland's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ider Russell of Wlnnebago, Minn., are the parents of a baby boy, Gordon Wayne. Mrs Russell Is the former Myrtle Trygstad of this place. Leo Fltzgibbohs, a student at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, arrived here Friday evening to spenc the holidays at the parental D. A Fitzglbbons home. Robert Fltzglb bons, a freshman at Crelghton University in Omaha, also arrived on Friday for a vacation visit Charivari For 2 Seneca Couples Seneca: Benecans enjoyed two charivaris Thursday evening, one being for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenci Tish, the latter the former Evelyn Klucas, and the second one for Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Godden- Both couples were married within the past few weeks. • 178 Enjoy st. Joe Party Sunday Nite St. Joe: The card party Sunday evening in St Joseph's hall was well attended. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ted Wagner and John Bormann. In 800 John Berger and Jacob ThUges were awarded prises. Mrs. John Bormann recflv- ed the door prise. Mrs. Ernest Gales anfl her circle were in charge of the party and served a delicious lunch to 175 guests. Start Parish School In Spring The Pioneer Hybrid Seed Corn Co., of Coon Rapids, Iowa, through trwin Olson, Bode, donated a bushel of Pioneer see* com which will be given away at the next card party in St Joseph's hall. Proceeds will be used for the building of the new St Joseph's parish school. Work will begin on the new building In the spring. Rome from College Alvln Erpeldlng who attends Trinity College at Sioux City, returned home Friday for the Christmas holidays. Carl Sauer returned home Friday from Iowa City where he attends school, for the holidays. Math Kellner is driving a hew Chevrolet deluxe coach. Agnes Kirsch spent last week end at the Lawrence Kirsch home near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind were Sunday visitors at the John Becker home. Alvin Klein and His sister, Betty left Thursday for their home at Watkins, Minn. Christmas Day will be observed in St Joseph's church with three Masses at six, 8:30 and ten o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Friders and son, Gerald from near Irvington, spent Sunday at the John Friders home. Mr. and Mrs. George Schaller and family from Humboldt were Sunday visitors at the Clarence ThUges home. Marjorie Reding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding had her tonsils and adenoids removed Tues- ay at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind pent Friday at the John Berger home to help Louise Berfer eel- ettrtte her birthday. j Damtntc Ziemet from W«* Betrtl spent Sunday with Ma parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zfcmet, St., wro other relatives here. Anna Kayser rettirnM to her horn* Saturday after two weeks at the Mrs. Mary Lentach home caring for Mrs. Lwitsen, Who was 111. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and family and Mrs. Lucy Wagn*r from Whittemore were Sunday evening visitors at the Orvllle Wftgnwr home. Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind returned Thursday from a month's trip through Indiana and Michigan to visit with Mr. Haglind's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Wagner and Elaine, and Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Nicholas Wagner helped Nick Reding of Whittemore celebrate his birthday Monday evening. Otto Fricter who has been work- nig for the past three months at the Harold Redings west of St. Joe, left for his home Monday near Aberdeen, South Dakota, via train from Algona. Madeline Bueto, who has been working at the M. T. McGuire home will leave this week Friday for her home in Storm Lake to spend the holidays. After the holidays she will leave for Wheaton, HI., to join Eleanor and Viola Klein. . Brother of Rev. E. Fiene Passes Lotts Creek: Rev. E. Fiene received word from California, Saturday, hat his oldest brother, Carl A. Fiene, had died on Dec. 16. He lived n Orange, Calif., and was 70 years old. He leaves his wife and son and a daughter. Lorenz Pljahn who Is working at the CCC camp in Bancroft returned home to spend the week end with ils parents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Slvlra, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin were Sunday evening supper guests at the Nick Gengler home. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radlg returned lome from California Friday morn- ng after a three-weeks visit with lia father and other relatives. Luella Bell of Algona was a Sunday evening supper guest at the Hugo Faulstich home. Luella is a bookkeeper at the Dau garage in Algona. Cecil Bailey was confined to his bed the fore part of the week with a throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and sons were dinner guests at the Carl Van Alatlne home near Elmore Sunday. The men of the Presbyterian church in Armstrong met at the Clem Dotson home Thursday evening for a stag party supper. The Helpful Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Jay Godden was assistant hostess. Mike Kennedy left Thursday evening from Bstherville for Joliet, I1L, where he is attending the funeral of an uncle. His mother, Mrs. Mary Kennedy of Fairmont, accompanied him. Friday evening the high school girls and boyi baaketball teai met the Half* te«ml»t Haifa, The girls' game WM hard fought with the score resulting in a tie 38 to 38. The Seneca boys defeated the Haifa boys by a score of 17 to 29. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Green and children visited Mr. Green's mother Mrs. Grace Green, near LuVerne Sunday. Mrs. Fred Nearing and daughter Shirley, spent Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Helter, Livermore, were dinner gueata Sun day of the A. L. Greenfields. Mr and Mrs. Heitcr formerly lived near Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Burvene Johnson Webster City and Mrs. Rex Simpson and children, Renwick, spent Friday evening with the Fred Nearing family, Airs. George Aman <uid daughter '1 \ecla atvided a shower at the lodge hall in Wesley Sunday afternoon in honor of Rose Kutschara who will be married Dec. 29th. A large crowd was in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor attend ed a dinner party at the George Olsen home honoring Mr. Olaen's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gilber Benschoter, Whittemoro, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Benschoter, LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huff, o Plum Creel:.?rd Mr. anil Mrs. Tay 'or made up the party. ON LONG DISTANCE CALLS AU 2>o? CHRISTMAS ti> Any time from 7 p.m. Christmas Eve through Christinas Day and Sunday until 4:30 a. in. Monday, December 27, the same lower rstes that apply every night and all dsy Sunday will be in effect on long distance telephone c;ils to anywhere in the United State* and Canada lor distances of about SO miles or more. These rates save you up to 40 percent of the usual daytime rate. THERE'LL Ml LOWift NEW YEAR'S DAY, too! NOITHWMTIIN UU TlUfHOHl COtff ANY Richpoint News «** from Minneapolis; Helen Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls; Edmund Cape- tttts, Howard Raney and Robert Hack, Iowa State College, Ames; Oeorpan Anne Geljret, Buena Vista College, Storm Lake; Dorothy McEnroe from St. Mary's Junior College, Cherokee and Francis McEnroe from Clark College, Dubuque. Marguerite Skilling came Saturday from Onawa. and Robert Skilling, Ashton, and Ruth Black. Mallard will arrive next Thursday. Adopt Twin Sons From Emmetsburg Fenton: Mrs. Sam Olson and Mrs. Bertel Berkeland attended a shower Sunday afternoon at Rlng- sted in honor of the twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Cody. Mr. and Mrs. Cody adopted the_ two weeks old twins from Emmctsburg and named them Richard and Robert The Cody's have no other children. Mrs, Cody is the eldest daughctr of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Olson of Fentbn. Entertain The Doan Woman's club entertained their husbands at a card par- tor Satnrday evening, D**. li, five tables of cards at the BtnThigton home. •Mm To Express Appreciation For Your Generous Patronage During The Past Year And to Wish You and Yours A MERRY CHRISTMAS and A HAPPY NEW YEAR With A Full Share of Prosperity Sportsman's Tavern (K A. Wittkopf. Prop. May We Offer Sincerest Wishes That You Will Have A Very The Henry Webers, LuVerne, visited at the John Weber home last Wednesday. Mrs. Oeo. Johnson and daughter, Marjorie spent Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark at Britt Pupils of District No. 8 presented a very pleasing musical program last Friday evening. Miss Marjorie Johnson is teacher. Pupils of District No. i gave a Christmas program Thursday evening, Doc. 23. Miss Maxine Devine is the teacher. Among teachers and students from the various colleges who are returning to their homes for the holiday season are Paul and Mary Black from Iowa City; Pauline Black from Des Moines; Lucille We are grateful to our new-made friends in Kossuth county ior their patronage — our pledge to you is that every effort will be made during the coining year to continue to wan-ant your confidence and approval. Hood's I-G-A Grocery & Market HUBERT F. HOOD WILLIAM HOOD Wm. GroMhans Frank Baldwin Ivan FOR A VERY Merry Christmas AND A MOST Happy New Year FROM THE FOLLOWING ALGONA BUSINESS MRMS /.I'M AND PROFESSIONAL MEN Dr C, D* Schaap Dentist L A. Winkel Attomev-At-Law H, D, Hutchins Farm Loans, Real Estate, Insurance MK* Murtagh and Son Farm Loans Real Estate General Insurance Edward Capesius 20 Years Farm Loans Real Estate Kossuth Co. Mutual D. D. Paxson, Secretary Dr* C* C, Shierk Podiatrist (Foot Specialist) VanNess and Stillman C R, LaBarre Attomevs-At-Law Insurance Dr, G, D, Walrath I Maurice C Me Mahon Dr, H, M. Olson Dentist Attorney Dentist Kruse ^ Blossom Insurance Agency Harrington and Lowe Security State Baok Attorneys-At-Law Hutchison ' Hutchison 1 Quarton and Miller Lawyers Attorneys-At-Law JCohlhaas Bros. | Laird and McCullough For Sale Farms and Town Property Farm Loans Funeral Chapel, Algona, la. W. O. McCuUougb, Director Joel M, Herbst Real Estate, Loans, Insurance MTVfilrVmr*WB4|»vV|MiftMifr4piv^ Dr* Karl Hoffman Dentist

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