The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 23, 1937 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 23, 1937
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1 r <1 3&L* *fSt !, , ?^.," -4^' "•s >_ • \ -- The Algona Upper Peg North LAST NIGHT BY Mr. ,** t* Methodist Sunday School Pupils, Classes Present Annual Offering Ledyard: The Methodist Sunday School held its Christmas program Thursday evening with the following on the program: Beulah Looft, Rev. Hammer, Doris Estle. Wallace Mayne, Norma Estle, Mrs. Troffs class, John Wentwwth, John Matzener, Mrs. Thompson's class, Velda Estle, Beverly Koestler, Beverly Bashara, Beatrice Slefert, Shirley Dorsey, Duane Thompson, Kathleen and Jimmy Reece, Delorls Mayne, Ks- telle Frye, and Lewis Alver. Donald Looft, May and Jean Gab«1, Omar Reece, Pearle Wentworth, Mrs. Thompson's class, Delorls Koestler, Eugene Looft, Miss Halverson's class, Jean Estle, Lavonne Koestler, Alvlra Halverson, Metty Dorsey, Marjorie Weaver and Wayne Siefert in Back from Florida Randolph Canary returned last week from a two weeks' vacation In Florida. Mr. Canary is station agent here for the Northwestern Railway Co. School Vacation School was dismissed Thursday for a week'a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Granner will be in Ledyard part of the time and will visit at the Kitley home in Hardy the rest of the vacation. Clyde Behse visited friends in Thompson Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Manthel were Algona shoppers on Saturday. George Hagge was a business caller in Elmore last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Holt and Mrs. H. M. Granner were in Algona Saturday. Betty Matsener spent the week end at the O. N. Thompson home In Elmore. BUI Long who has been visiting at the Max Nits home left Thursday for Amboy to visit at the Gus Martin home. Edward -Hslverson drove to Decorah Friday. Tilmer returned with 'him to spend his Christmas vacation with hU parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske and Mas, Alice Mayne, Mrs. Richard Zielske, and Walter drove to Port Dodge Friday to visit at the Raymond Wileox home. ea*. ,_ soon twt Attc* JetMMft t» _ ,„ .„ qli Hl£ P*s* s»Y*r*i w**ft»^nd th* car* of a «Je***r. Mr. and Mr* H. IX Mayne. Wai- jaw and RdHh. drov* tt» AM»n on Sunday to vtaft Mr*. Mayne's mother, Mrs. NaenfoMt who is suffering with a broken hip. Mr. and Mr*. George Thompson from hew attended a rural letter carriers* meeting In Algtma. Saturday. Mrs. Thompson is district secretary and treasurer of the auxiliary. The Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Depping drove to Algona Saturday to meet their son, Elvin. who came from Sheboygan, WIs.. to spend his Christmas vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Wiemcr drove to Minneapolis last Tuesday and brought their son, Craig, home. He had been In the Abbott Children's hospital for a week being treated for eczema. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane drove to LuVerne Sunday to visit at the Peter Thompson home and to help Goerge's father celebrate his 84th birthday. Mr. Thompson has seven sons but only three, George, Faye and Allen and their families were present. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link and children, Betty and Darrell of Cedar 'Rapids came Friday night to visit at the D. A. Link home. Edith Logan who lives with the Links while attending Coe College, came with them to spend her vacation with her mother, Mrs. H. D. Mayne. * East * Kossuth * Pag , - .-•'. - :. ,' '• '• - • f^^^^P .. ' HARRY BEEDE AGAIN UNDER KNIFE AT M. C Titonka Hardware Mer chant Recuperating, but Suffers Pain Titonka: Harry Beede, local hardware merchant, submitted to the second operation for glaucoma of the eye Tuesday at the Park hospital. Mason City, and is getting along as well as can be expected, though suffering much pain. Mr. Beede expects to come home in time for Christmas with his family but he will suffer the inconvenience of having both eyes bandaged, and will be glad to be home nevertheless. German Valley Program Miss Myrtle Ama, teacher of the German Valley school, and her pupils entertained the patrons and friends of the school with a Christmas program, the first to be given in her new school building. New John Pink, Other* Driving to Coaft Titonka: John Pink, east of town farmer, accompanied by his nephew Robert Bolenus of Sexton, and Mrs Robert Solemn of Sexton, and Mrs Ben Knox of the Doan neighbor hood, left Wednesday morning: to California where Mr. Pink and hi; nephew will visit at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pink, brother of John, and Mrs. Ben Knox wll visit at the home of her father, A Meyer, and her sister. They expect to be gone a couple of months, driy ing out the southern route. TWOLAKOTANS INHOSPfTALS ___^ i Walter Geerdes, Mrs. Geo. Geerdes, Recuperating From Illnesses Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Henry reerdes and Mrs. Geerdes' father, talph Geerdes. drove to Rochester. Minn., last Friday to visit Walter in ner new scnooi bunding. New ; J "•"»•» «"<• rnuay 10 visit waiter stage curtains were .made by Miss I Geerdes, son of Ralph and brother Ama, while Mr. Boekelman provld- i ot Mrs - Geerdes, who had spent the ed the stage platform In order P* st week taking treatments at the Divert Michaelson Is Seriously III Titonka: Divert Michaelson. farmer north of town, who has been ill for several months, making regular trips to Rochester for treatment since aft operation several months ago, is not so well at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson o Mason City were called to th Michaelson home Wednesday by the illness of Mrs. Nelson's father. Mr Nelson has been employed at th Me Arthur farm, but has rented a farm for his own tenancy March 1st For the present he will remain here assisting with the farm work at the Mlrtiaelson farm, as Dean son of Divert Michaelson has been ill with the flu and unable to take his share of the work and care for his father. that the little folks in the program could be enjoyed. Paralysis of Face Mrs. Elmer Petersen, south o town farmer's wife, has been quit ill {he past week, suffering with i partial paralysis of the face. How ever, she has been advised that with proper rest and care, she will be greatly relieved in about five or six weeks. For Your Furnace Tropic Coal Bootless—Smokeless Clinkerlcss—Clean Careful Delivery Phone 234 Reasly Lumber Co. Mel B. Griffin, Mgr. Grant News The David Farrow family visited Sunday afternoon at the Earl ttlch- ardson- home.—^ — Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson of Fairmont visited Sunday at the Andrew Pederson home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link and children of Cedar Rapids came Sunday to visit at the Ervln Link home until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusson and children visited Saturday eve' ning at the Oscar Stromberg home at East Chain. Mr. and Mrs. John Schueler, Jr., Mrs. Hollis Beadle and Arlene Hammond visited Sunday at the Oscar Hammond home at Wesley. The girl's basketball team enjoyed an oyster stew at the school house Saturday evening given by Martin Gabel, Floyd Colwcll and Roy Mino. The ladies of the Grant Sunday School enjoyed oyster stew Sunday noon cooked by the men, who were the losers in a contest that has been running in the Sunday School. Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheeley and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Win. Cornwell and daughter visited at the Wayland Porter home at Northrup to celebrate Mrs. Porter's birthday. *T/ie life Of The Party" Beady to Mrve at a moment's notice. Yei Pepgj-Oola coolj fut«r in your refrigerator, and L» GOOD WITH EVERYTHING. Order Pepai-Oola from your dealer. Drink Pepai-Oola everyday. Sold everywhere. DOUBLE BUSK— DOUBLE QUALITY DWTUtHUlEl) BY Fort Dodge Bottling Works Write from West Friends of the Herbert Winter family, formerly of Titonka and Swea City, have received word from them that the lawns there are green and the holly trees beautiful; that the coldest it has been thus far is 30 degrees above. The Winter family like Burlington, Washington, very much. Mr. Winter is employed by a motor company as salesman, and reports a splendid business. Mrs, H. W. Scltoenlefo will spend the holidays at the nome of her daughter's family at Madrid. The Miller Bros, were trucking coal from Fort Dodge, Wednesday, and attending to other business there. Miss Ida Sachau, teacher in the Kanawha schools, came Friday to spend the holiday vacation at the >arental John Sachau home. Mrs. George Hlggins entertained he Work-or-Play club at her home Thursday afternoon, with all members, except two, in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Wilson were business callers In Mason City Thursday, and visited Harry Beede, who is a patient at the Park hos- iltal. John Harringa, young German armer north of town, reports he las the finest pair of twin colts in he country, and is surely proud of horn. Miss Hurlene Craven, daughter of rf. S. Craven, manager of the Ti- onka Telephone Co., is spending a cw days with relatives and friends t LaPorte City. Miss Jean French, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French, who is attending Stephens College at Columbia, Missouri, is home for a three weeks' vacation, arriving Thursday noon via bus from Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bacon, west if town, entertained the Rural Young Married Couples bridge club at their home Wednesday evening, rfr. and Mrs. Horace Schtnck of Crystal Lake were also in attendance. Joe Wibben and sonj have com- ileted cutting down the large trees in the north and east sided of the Denton home, and the large trees n the ward which had been damaged by the storm during the late ummer. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Stewart, ac- :ompanied by Mias Irene Smith, eft Saturday morning for Sioux City, where they will attend the nuscial festival at Morningside Col- ege. They planned to return home Tuesday. Mrs. H A. French continues to suffer from the attack of arthritis contracted while in South Dakota attending the wedding anniversary of an aunt and uncle. Mr. French was compelled to go out by train to bring Mrs. French home, as she was unable to drive the car. The American Legion post has purchased and erected a very large evergreen tree, which has been decorated for the Yule season, and where Santa will distribute his gifts In the kiddies on Community Day, Wednesday, Dec. 22nd. The tree wUh its many varied colored lights, tr with the several strings of light* across main street* A. »pt<;latuUir view as one \t.\jt Son at Batts 7.v.r.<* bt*ttt Friday a. r.i., Dec. •.-. V- !4t MA MM. Wm. Bait. <-v.-. Tr.~t a family of nix -i\ »/,.•» >.»', tiiix tit the Barber •••: '.in... i M.a Il*U t,t Algona • + ?,;-*( t'.i ti.t ih'Atier a/id t*m- Hebron News ( ,.~ uv ,, UI.IK K»n«*i«5 •,• ca^lltdlia OL LIlC Mayo hospital for a serious ailment. Walter accompanied his father and sister as far as Albert Lea, Minn., where he will stay with a sister, Mrs. Carl Meyer, until able to return home, which may not be for several months. Another sister, Mrs, George Geerdes has been In a hospital at Albert Lea the past two weeks and the Geerdes family also visitefl her there, returning home Saturday. On Southern Trip Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Buckels wh make their home with Clifton' parents in a farm southeast of town left last week Wednesday via automobile for a trip in the southern states and will make an indefinit stay. C/. jE. Program The Christian Endeavor Christmas porgram was presented at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening with the following program prelude, Christmas Bells. Dorothy Schroeder; Origin of Christmas Carols, Paul Ukena; Singing of Carols, scripture reading by the ntermediates; prayer by Calvin Ukena; solo, Darlene Geerdes: offer- cry, Virgil Wirtjes; duet, "Christ •las Come," Dorothy Ukena and Arliss Heetland; crayon talk, the lev. Frerklng; trio, Margaret Schroeder, Paul Ukena and Elizabeth Rahmstock; Christmas story, firs. Prerking; carol, "Silent Night" postlude, Margaret Schroed- r. The George Heetlands and Dorothy Ukena were Swea City visitors Saturday evening. Lakota school closed Friday and the teachers left for tlTeir names to spend two weeks' vacation. W. E. Ley drove to Grlhnell on Titonka Enjoying A Titonka: The Titonka high school pupils, under the leadership of T. A. Dummire, are sponsoring A local skating pond, located on the ground west of the Supt C. A. Hoon residence. This will give vent to ambitious youngsters daring: the school vacation, and be an Ideal spot when the pond is completed. ' Three Couples to Wed at Wetl •BBBBiiiS«SJsW«Wl»BBBBBBB^SBBBBBBBBBBBl«»sW»ll»l««BB»SlS»SB»««lSBBBBBBlB««i«iiSll" Lowest - Cost Save time and worry—purchase with confidence. Know you have the best—we meet the re*. quirements. Automobile Liability Insurance—Dwelling— Household Goods and all other forms of insurance coverage. See Us Today for your Insurance Requirements Good '""" *«-—- - • • --•• •—».^ ut w • \, lu v^* *11JJC1J WII Friday and brought home his daughter, Betty, who is a freshman at the University. The Henry Pattersons drove to the John Alberta near Swea City, Sunday and spent the day visiting. The women are sisters. The Presbyterian church put on their Every-Member-Canvass on Sunday and in spite of the snowfall Saturday night all canvasser: were out. Emma Gutknecht drove to Mason City and returned Saturday accompanied by her sister, Lena, who will spend her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht. Mrs. William Aalderks accompanied Emma Gutknecht to Clear Lake Friday and visited with her daughter, Mrs. Edwards there until Saturday when she came home with Miss Gutknecht when she returned from Mason City. Norman Frerking drove home from Dubuque Friday bringing with him Meriam Heetland, Harold Geerdes, Fern Lewis, also students at the University, who will spend their vacation for Christmas with their respective families. Charles Gutknecht drove to Albert Lea, Minn., last week, Wednesday to meet his brother, Edward, who came from LaPorte, Saskatchewan, Canada, ami will spend the winter with his relatives here. Ed reports not as much snow there as here but they had had flve blizzards and the temperature was as low as 20 below zero. Wesley: Banns for the approaching marriage of three couples were made public at the St. Joseph's church Sunday morning ,and Included Miss Phyllis Studer to George Kelch; Miss Elaine Studer to Eddie Downs; Miss Rose Kutechara to William V. Hauptly. All three weddings will take place next week with the Studer sisters being married In a double wedding ceremony Monday morning and the Kutechara-Hauplty wedding Wednesday morning, December 29. iVesley People Enjoy 'Messiah* Wesley: Among those from Wes- jy who drove to Algona Sunday to njoy the presentation of "The Mes- ah" at the Congregational church were Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Paulson, Mrs. Peter E. Skow, Mrs. Lena Larson, Mrs. Lester Larson, Mrs. Ole Flom, Anna and Ethel, Mrs. R. K. Richardson, Mrs. Arthur Bottom, and Mary Ellen, Mrs. Milton Gld- dings, Mrs. Frank Kouba, Mrs. I* L. Lease. Mrs. Olaf Funnemark Edward, Mildred and Mrs. Frank Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Skow. Joseph Skow, a son of the latter named, was a member of the song group singjng in the "tenor section. The Algona Insurance Agency State Street Home Loans C. R. LaBarre Automobile Loans Phone 68 Insurance } \ f with Sunday a/«l Bertha Merle Hau&km had a littl* -accident at ifchobl Uil Wtdut*day and cut a gash in hu head. Mr. and Mm. Lloyd I^tg« and Janice of Bricclyn »pent Sunday afternoon with Adrian Hauskin. Mr. and Mm. Olia Larson. Grin and Ariel Halverson spent Sunday at the home of the Carl Ma.the»ona. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar FrandUt, Mrs. Clarence Haveland and Mrs. J. E. Olson spent lout Monday in Algona. Jerome Halverson has been under the weather for some time and had been unable to attend school for a week. Oscar Legried and Omar and Berdean and Thelma were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. C. O. Legried. Mr. and Mrs. George Wicks auto- ed to Ronwick and attended the funeral of Mrs. Wicka' sister last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Haiukin and Maynard of Blue Earth, spent Thursday afternoon at the Oscar Prandles. Mr. and Mrs. Halter McCrary of Buffalo Center spent last Sunday with her [JUrenU, Mr. and Mr*. George Wicks. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Underkofler and boys were Sunday dinner guests at the Quinn Thompsons north of Rake. Mrs. Oacur trundle spent last Monday afternoon with her aunt, Mm K. O. Legried, who has been iil with pneumonia. Mm. Carl Anderson, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. Otis Midthun and Mr*. Oscar Frandle attended a tea l/arty at the Rake high school last Friday. A group of young folks gathered at the home of Ed Miller last Monday night and pleasantly sur- prived Dorothy and Luella who are moving to Lakota soon. Mr. aad Mrs. George Vrooman celebrated their wedding anniversary last week Friday. They enjoyed the day with friends and relative* who pleasantly surprised thtoi. AND JOY AND PROSPERITY FOR THE NEW YEAR Brownell's Christmas Greetings For nearly 2,000 years the world has celebrated the coming of Christmas. It is the most important of holidays. It is as old as the Christian era. Yet it is always new. Passing centuries have brought many changes. But it is comforting to know that generosity, good will, loyalty, friendship, and brotherly love are human attributes that always abide in the hearts of men. Employees, Officers and Directors of the Iowa State Bank join in extending to you every good wish for a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Iowa State Bank ALGONA, IOWA R. H. Miller, President H. L. GHlmore, Cashier F. L. McMahon, Asst. Cashier ft. J. Harrington J. D. LtMW fiAARtNOTON*,L0W>V ftooms 212-14 Pint Nail Bk. Bid* ALQONA,H)WA J. UBONAft ATTOttNBf ATLAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA ff. B. QUARTON ft W. MXLtJtft ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Saving! Bit BJdg. Office Phone 497 ALGONA, IOWA ."A. HUTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON , THEODORE C, UUTUHBKKN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security state Bit Bldg. Phone m B. J. Van Ness O. W, Stfflmaa VAN NESS * 8TILLMAH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices In new Retse BttHdiaf Phone 913 Algona, Ww» Oaylord D. 8h urn way Edw. O. KeHjr 8HUMWAY A KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Qulnby Bldg. Phone M ALGONA, IOWA HHIAM B. WHl'lll Phone 444-310 ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANBON ~" ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldf. Office Phone 460-J Res. H0 ALGONA, IOWA ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahoa L. E. Linnan iULUVAN, MWAHON * UNMAN Algona, Iowa Phone Ml Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. Bide. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qulnby Building PHYSICIANS * SCBGKONB ~ Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results FARM AUCTION On account of the ill health of my husband, I will sell at public auction on the Nellie Taylor farm, located 5 miles north of Algona or 5 miles south of Hurt, on highway 169, the following described property on • I PHYSICIAN *~8UROEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst ove> Rexall Drug Stan Office Phone 300 Res. Phone ttf ALGONA, IOWA C H. CBETZMEYKB, M. D. SURGEON A PHYSICIAN Office John Oalbralth BMg. .—.- o. BOUBIOB PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Office over Poet Office Bldg. Phones—Office 107 < Ret. IN OSTEOPATHS DB. 8. W. MEYER Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- lurglcal treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 107 DENTISTS" DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Christensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA W Dec. SALE WILL STABT PROMPTLY AT IP. M. Head of Horses One bay gelding, 14 years old, wt. about 1,400 Ibs.; one black mare, 14 years old, wt. about 1,200 Ibs, 19 Head of Cattle 19 Eight head Guernsey and Shorthorn cows, fresh and coming fresh; two head heifers coining two year old; six head heifer calves; three head steer calves. DR. I* C. NCGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 AlgonaTlowa DB. C D. 8CHAAP ~~~ DENTIST Qulnby Bldff. Phone IM Re*. Phone 174 Algona, low* QUO. D. WALRATH, B. 0. * GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Postoffice Block ** 0 "* 30 Algona, low* KARL B. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Helse Bldg. on* 44 Res. PhonV lit REAL ESTATE MCBTAGH A 'SON Qulnby Bldg. VBTEEINAHIAW8 to Head of Fall Pigs to Machinery Deering 8 ft. binder, tractor and horse hitch; 9 ft. Rock Island disc; 20 ft. four-section oscillating steel harrow; John Deere harrow cart; John Deere com planter, 999, with 12 rods wire; John Deere seeder, nearly new; disc corn plow; two-row corn plow with three horse hitch; John Deere 16-inch sulky plow; Mandt wide tire wagon; hay rack and wagon; hay rake; Rock Island manure spreader; two sets work harness, collars pads and nets; other articles too numerous to mention. ' TEBM8—Cash, or see your banker; no property to be removed until settled for. Mary L Penton & Son n T J"> x * wnona, Dr. L. W. Fo* Dr. J. a Wink* Office 230 West State Street Col. 0.0. Riddle * Son, Aucta. Security fltot* Bank, Clerk Typewriter Paper We have Just received a large shipment of ream paokame (800 sb««u> which •iutar 75c for 000 sheets Thto to a good grade Kond *\fin** •*•<• «_*•• — —— ^"•"*H| fas Won* Inquire »tTh«

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