The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 22, 1938
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The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 22,1938 Q/orzs Luncheon at M. E. Church— The Woman's Foreign Missionary r->clety and the Woman's Horn Missionary society of the Methodls church are to have a luncheon a the church at one o'clock, Thurs day afternoon. Two hundred guests are to be seated at eight tables which are to be decorated in keep ing with missionary work done in some country. There will be li hostesses. Mrs. Walter Klamp ant Mrs. F. E. Sawyer will be hostesse: at the "Africa" table; Mrs. Glenn Roland and Mrs. W. H. Rockey wil be in charge at the "China" table Mrs. F. E. Burgess and Mrs. W A. Foster will be at the "India' table; Mrs. Burdette Agard anr Mrs. W. C. Irelan. Mrs. Merle Schwietert and Mrs. Leon Merritt Mrs. J. F. Overmyer nnd Mrs. W. A. Dutton. Mrs. Rap Asher nnd M>-s. V. K. Rising nnd Mrs. A. E. Grooters and Mrs. Homer Tuttle are tc be the following respective tables. Mexico. Kentucky Mountains. Negro. Alaska, and the North American Indian. The program will consist of a vocal solo by Mrs. Bertha Michel, a piano duet by Mrs. Don Hutchlns. and Mrs. E. V. Pierce, a one act play in which Mrs. Kermit Forbes will have the leading role, Miss Vcnnick will talk on "Missionary Work Among: North American Indians, and Mrs. F. E. Burgess will give a talk about work in India Mrs. S. W. Meyer and Mrs. E. A. Genrich. the presidents of the two missionary societies, will be in charge of the luncheon and program. Donald Boevet* Wed— Donald E. Boevers, son of Mr and Mrs. George Boevers. Algona and Shriley Giffin, daughter o Mrs. Loretta Giffin. Rlngsted. were married Sunday at 4:30 in the aft crnoon at the Fenton Methodls parsonage by Rev. Waterman. They were attended by Gerald Voigt of Fenton. cousin of the groom, anc Rose Glasnapn of Rlngstrd. Donald graduated from the Mason City high .school and attended the Mason City junior college. Mrs. Boevers graduated from the Ring- sled hich school, and attended the Chillieothe business college at Chillicothe. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Boevers will be at home March 1 on the Boevers farm three miles north of Algona, following n week's wedding trip to Minneapolis. Birthday Party- Freddie Wray entertained eight County Legion Meeting— The County Legion and Auxiliary meeting was held at the hall at Swea City, Thursday evening, February 17. Those In attendance from Algona were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harig, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Amelsberg, Mr. a;Vi Mrs. G. D. Brundage, Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton, Harry Hull, Don Hutchison and Ann Zittritsch. A business meeting was followed by a program. A Lincoln's Day play was presented by veterans' children of the fifth and sixth grades. Vic Stuehland of Forest City talked on "Eighth, District Highway Safety?'; the high school girls sang two numbers, and a vocal solo was sung by Hazel Rohlin. A lunch was served and the evening was spent in dancing. ] Mothers-Daughters Club— At the regular meeting of the Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leslie Walker, the election of officers was held. Mrs. William Ehrhardt was elected president: Mildred Robinson, vice president; Susie Witham. assistant vice president; Bernire Jensen, secretary and treasurer: Edna Mit- Miell, assistant secretary and treas- irnr. Susie Witham. Edna Mitchell. Pearl Potter and Maude Robnlsou were named on the flower committee; Irene Bjustrom, Irene Hold•011. and Katherine Walker, on the nlendar committee: Alice Dits vorth. musician: and Lucille Rich Farewell Party— A farewell party honoring Mr. am Mrs. J, H. Hoppe who are moving t Fort Dodge, was given at the Prat Electric Company, Saturday nighi by the employees of the store an friends. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen, Milton Dahl, Lars Anftnson, Leona Lich ter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Northrup and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth Games were played and a lunch was served. Farewell Party— Erma Dee Schimmel entertained 12 couples last Wednesday evening at her home, honoring Helmer Nordstrom, who was visiting here from Portland, Oregon. Five hundred was the diversion of the evening. High prizes went to Frances O'Connor and Gene Thissen, and the low to Ernest Jones. Laura Johnson won the lucky chair prize There was an exchange of comic valentines which caused much merriment. Holmes-Reimers Marriage— Lorene Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Holmes of Algona, and Ed Relmers of Fenton were united in marriage at Des Moines. on Sunday. February 20. in a single ring ceremony. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Houston of Des Moines. Mrs. Reimers, who Is employed at the James drug store, will work there until March 1. after which the couple will be at home on the Reimers farm two miles south of Fenton. Beloved Pioneer Lady Pa*«es Honor Med:n%— Mrs. Albert Granzow entertained nt three tables of contract at her home. Saturday afternoon, lion- news reporter. The new officer.! oring Mrs. Kenneth Medin of Es- will be installed in July. | thervillo and Mrs. Carl Medin of Mason City, who were guests at the Snm Medin home. Mrs. August'i Parchman received the high score nrizc. Mrs. H. M. Olson the seronr Mrs. C. R. Lewis, beloved pioneer" lady, died at her home In Algona, last Tuesday after an illness of two months, al* though in ill health for some time previous. Mrs. Lewis was In her 94th year. She was born In New York and educated ther. Her maiden name was Ella I. Curtis. She married Julius PA\- mer In 1884., One son, Burt, was born and died at Portland, Ore., some years ago. February 23, 1876, Mrs. Palmer was married to Chas. R. Lewis, and they moved to Illinois, where they lived until 188R, when they came to Iowa. They bought the old Crocket farm a mile or so north of Irvington village. In 1899 they moved to Algona. Three children were born, all of whom are now dead. The son. Harry, an Algona business man. died March 20, 1920. leaving his wife, who was Miss Clara Hodges, and a daughter. Ella, of Algona. Mrs. Lewis was a noble woman with many friends. The pall bearers were D. D. Paxson. G. W. Sample, E. R. Mawdsley. Jacob Maasdam. Hugh Raney and H. D. Hutchins. Humboldt is "Little Nine" Cage Victor; Bode, West Bend Follow of his friends Friday afternoon, the occasion being his tenth birthday. The group attended the theatre and Mrs. Gene Wray served A dinner following. Conservation Election— The annual meeting of the A gona unit of the Kossuth counl Conservation League is to be he! at the American Legion hall. Fr day, February 25. at 8 p. m. shnr There is to be an election of offic ers ami the work for the comin year will he outlined. There will b a special program nnd a dutch Innr after the meeting. Kveryone inter csted in Wildlife Conservatiot whether a member or not is urge to attend the meeting. Circle Meeting— Mrs. Ted Larson's circle of the Woman's Association of the Con gregational church met for a one o'clock luncheon at the home o Mrs. E. W. Lusby, Thursday afternoon. There were 26 in attendance Vfrs. Ed Bartlett, Mrs. Marie Amesbury, and Lcota Zcigler were the assisting hostesses. A business meeting was held; Mrs. Dennis Goeders read a review of a play, and piano music was played by Miss Edith Reed. prize, nml the guests wi presented with guest prizes. (irnnd Slam Club— The Grand Slam club was originated by a group in St. Paul. Eight local women have formed a local club, and the first of the weekly meetings was held at Mrs. Ralph Micdke's, Thursday afternoon. They are playing contract with the idea of perfecting the game, and learning tournament play. The group will attend tournaments spring. in the Dinner-Bridge — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton Tues.-Wed., Feb. 22-23 Thur&.-Fri., Feb. 24 25 Setting • new tHQfl lOT lOH^^OWII rhythm end ibeng-up eome<M * GEORGE wvfas'sssa *TONE ALLAH JONES FANNY BRICE JUDY GARLAND Thursday 4:10 p. m. Special School Mat. Frederic March in Franciska Gaal "THE BUCCANEER" Special School Prices Saturday, Feb. 26—Matinee 1-3-5 •' l*op<-y«"—'' Alain Mark''—News wuwvwv, mess \Ve have of one of a complete line the best makes <if hanu-.vs oil the market. (.'lieck ovi-r ness and lei vmir needs. your liar- US smmlv Breeching Harness Backpad Harness Collars All sixes in leather or Cloth Sweat Pads < 'oiujiletc line of Strap Repairs Kohlhaas & Spilles vere host and hostess at a seven o'clock dinner and bridge party at heir home. Saturday evening. Cov- rs were laid for 28 guests. Mrs. H. Cretzmcyer received the lades' high score at bridge, and Harold ?ownn the men's hgih prize. Dr. C. D. Schaap receivde the cut prize. D. A. R. Colonial Party— The D. A. R. members meet thb afternoon (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs. A. L. Long for its annual Colonial party. A one o'clock luncheon was served by Mrs. Antone Johnson, and Mrs. Sylvia Gunn Covers Were laid for 25. The guests wore colonial costumes. A social afternoon was enjoyed. Bridge Club — Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom entertained their bridge club at three tables. Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan were guests of the club. Mrs. W. C. Irelan received the women's high score prize, nnd Glenn Roland won the men's high prize and the travel prize. Men'H Forum — The Men's Forum of the Congregational church will meet at the church. Wednesday evening, for a 0:30 dinner. The dinner will be .-rrvi-d by the women in Mrs. D. P. .Smith's circle of the Woman's As- nociation. T. H. Chrischilles is in charge of t!u> program. Chut & Sew Club — Mrs. A. A. Bishop entertained the members of her Chat and Sew club at her home. Monday afternoon. There were 15 present. The guests of the club were Mrs. E. A. Genrich. Leona Smith, Mrs. Wark Rockey. Mrs. Ruby Thorpe and Mrs. Lee H. Reed. Surprise Party — Mrs. Noble Mitchell entertained at a Kurprise birthday party at hei home. Thursday evening, honoring the birthday of her twin sons, Willis ami Willnrd, who were fifteen. Twelve guests arrived to surprise the boys and spend the evening. Annual Bean Supper — One hundred and fifty people were servtd at the annual Bean Supper at the Legion Hall. Saturday eve ning. The supper was served by the Woman's Relief Corps and Mrs Ted I. arson's circle of the Congregational church. Vulriitine Party- Mrs. Cliff Bjustrom and Mrs Charles Ellsworth entertained at 'a valentine party last week Monday afternoon. There were 12 guesU present. Games were played am a luncheon was served late in tht afternoon. L. O. A. Class— The I* O. A. class of the Congregational church will meet at the home of Mra. E. J. Murtagh on Thursday evening, February 24, al 7:30. Mrs. Ted Larson will be the assisting hostess. Sunday Dinner Club— Mr. and Mra. Dennis Pratt entertained the Sunday dinner club at a U .'iO dinner at their home Sunday evening. Covers were laid for fourteen. A aortal evening was enjoy- t-d. Livermore: Humboldt won th Little Nine tournament here Satu day night when they scored a 4 point game against Bode's 17 in tl finals. Humboldt scored 23 at th half, with Bode 11. The tournament which continu ed from Friday, played its firs game Saturday at 2:30 when Bod beat West Bend by a close margir the score being 29 to 27. Bode lei at. the hnlf 12 to 9. Humboldt and Livermore clashed next with Humboldt scoring 2f against 16 for Livermore. At th half. Humboldt had chalked up 12 points, with Livermore following with 8. West Bend nnd Livermore playe off the consolation at 7:30 with a close game of one point in favor of West Bend, the score being 34 to 33 and at the half Livermore led by 22 to 19. The final game choosing the champion team was played at 8:30 with the above results, which gave back to Humboldt the beautiful big trophy for the second year, and they were also presented with another fine token by the Little Nine, which is the 1938 trophy. Bode was also presented with a trophy and West Bend was the recipient of the fine basketball. This was the first tournament held in the new field house here, nnd all sessions were well attend- ed. and Superintendent L. E. Cockrill is to be commended for the systematic handling of the affair, together with his staff of teachers. every way to Another great who cooperated in make it n success. asset to the tournament was the public address system furnished by Lee Wilson, local denier, operated by Alvin Bredall, local music instructor (faculty) which kept the crowd in touch with "up-to-the- minute" happenings, and especially did that crowd of nine hundred respond when it was announced each afternoon time out for a visit to the old gymnasium building for a ho dog and coffee. Everybody seemec to take their seats with new energy and pep. This conference had the most olorful list of coaches to boast of hat n tournament could expect Bode had Arne Sorlcin; Corwith urnished Francis Kee; Goldfielc md Coach Friday; Humboldt. Omar rfanship: Lu Verne, Chauncey imith: West Bend, Coach Agard; Renwick, Winfred Baker and Liv- rmore. O. J. (Lefty) Cayou, all .vith distinction as players and col- ege men. Officers of Little Nine included resident. Superintendent Moore, loldfield; vice president. Super- ntendent McMullen. West Bend; •ecretary, L. E. Cockrill, Livermore. EAGLE TWP. BOYS BOX AT D. MOINES Swea-Eagle: Four energetic young men have put in considerable time practicing boxing this winter. In a radio Interview they were asked, "Where did you practice?" Th.3 reply was "In the milk house." The boys were Glen Larson, son of Andrew Larson, Leonard Larson, son of John Larson, Dorf Larson, son of Otto Larson, and Richard O'Green, son of Emil O'Green. They left a week ago Sunday for Des Moines to enter the Golden Gloves boxing tournament on Tuesday at the Shrine auditorium sponsored by WHO radio station. Monday they underwent the usual physical examination and tryouts before being allowed to cnti-r. Leonard Larson defeated Chas. Thompson of Des Moines in the opening round Tuesday night by :t decision in the welterweight division. Dorf Larson and Richard O'Green were both eliminated by decisions. Glen Larson, Wednesday night went out on a knockout. Alvin Swanson and Arnold Ostergaard accompanied the boys. They all reported a very enjoyable time in De Moines. Lotts Creek News ly, driving being very unpleasant because of much ram and bad roads. Because of unfavorable conditions they did not remain in Virginia as planned, but have gone on to North Carolina. Mrs. Maggie Thackery of Fairmont, Minn., Mra. Hllla Felkey of Elgin, Iowa, and John Hawkett of Evanaton, Wis., were guests at the John Jongberg home the first part of last week. They were called here by the death of their brother. Otha Hawkett, of near Estherville who died suddenly of heart disease Friday, Feb. 11. Funeral services were held at the Christian church. Estherville, the following Tuesday and burial was made in Armstrong Grove cemetery. Other out of town relatives here for the funeral were: Mrs. John Hawkett of Evanston. Wis.. and Wilma Haw- kett of Evanston. 111. Mrs. Maggie Thackery Is Mrs. Jongberg's moth- Honored at Party Mr. and Mra. Theodore Wallen tine of Ledyard and Miss Myrtli 'Holcomb were hostesses at a miscel leaneous shower at Luther leagu hall last week Monday night honoring Miss Jenaon and Cecil Thorscn who will soon be married. Games and stunts comprised the evening entertainment. Tables were beautifully decorated and lunch was served to 75 guests. The couple receiv- »<d many uaeful gifts. ('. F. McGregor and Anthony Shaw were business visitors at Algona last week Monday. Boyd Hawbaker returned to his home at Elmore. last week after a week's stay at the Harley Hoecks. Mrs. Anthony Shaw underwent a minor operation at the Coleman hospital, Estherville, last week Thursday. At last report she is recovering nicely. Mra. Jennie Jenson and son, Linus of Seneca will have a closing out sale this week. Her son, Millen Jenaon will move onto her farm He now lives west of Swea City. Mr. and Mra. Theo. Platt and baby left last week Thursday for a few days' stay at Mountain Lake Minn., to help Mr. Plait's father who is having: a farm sale. Miss Lyda Eckholm of Swea City had for her dinner guests and quilting ben last week Monday: Mrs. Otto Jenson, Mrs. Virgil Jen- aon, Mrs. Maynard Jenson, Mrs Kmil Larson, Mrs. Francis Torine nnd Mrs. J. M. Dye. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jenson had aa their guests for dinner last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Sam Faugest, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Faugest and Runners-up In Bowling League Challenge Lead By the slim margin of one game the Skelly oil bowling team holds first place in the Barry league Titonka and Irvington are tied for second, and have a good chance to upset the leaders. Standings as of Monday: Team Skelly Titonka Irvington Court House Phillips .. Wesley Flowers Burt I-uVerno Jr. C. of C. W 35 34 34 33 29 26 23 22 20 15 L 19 20 20 21 25 28 31 32 34 3D Pet. .648 .640 .640 .811 .537 .481 .426 .407 .370 .278 The .schedule continues until the latter part of April. LEGION AND AUX MEET AT SWEA Eighty members of the American Legion and Auxiliary were In attendance at the Kowuth county joint meeting held at Swea City on Thursday night, reb. 17, with the county commander, J. L. Miller, of Titonka in charge. : The following program was given: advance of colors by Richard E. Berg and A. B. Tweeten; preamble lead by J .L. Miller; registration, Rena Haglund and Ida E. Larson. Refreshment committee consisted of the Mesdames Fred Peterson, G. K. Nelson. M. Dahl, J. H. Haglund, W. Barker and Amanda Looft. Program chairman was Mrs. Wm Barker and music chairman, Mrs. C. Griffith. Address of welcome was iven by Herman Bowman, post commander; skit, "What I Know About Lincoln", Lucille Montgom ery, Arzelle Peterson, Donna Ruth Barker. Donald Nelson, Keith And- •rson and Raymond Anderson of he fifth and sixth grades under the direction of Miss Francis Dahl and Beulah Gladstone; sextette number, by high school girls; solo, by Hazel Rohlin; roll call of units by Mrs. Graham of Burt. county committee- voman; roll call of posts by J. L. diller, county commander; talk. Safety of the Highways" by Vic Jtuehland of Forest City. A dance oncluded the program with Malek's orchestra of Garner furnishing the music. Aid to Resume Irvington: The Indies of the local Presbyterian rhurrh Aid soclctv will resume their regular meetings ngnin Thursday afternoon of this week. Due to the cold weather they had discontinued those popular get- togethers since before Christmns Knch lady is requested to bring M covered dish. Why the Home is More Dangerous Than the Automobile! Read this exceptionally Informative article In The American Weekly, the magazine distributed with Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Blanchards Visit Inrfngton: Mr. and Mrs, M. B. Blaneharrf visited at the home of their son Sunday. At present.the Blanchards are IWnjfwKh their daughter, Mrs. Alex Kruefgr of Lone Rock. However, after March 1st they will move to a farm In that locality which they have recently rented. Stolen Car Found A car was reported as having been abandoned, near Ledyard, Sunday, the sheriff's office here was informed. Reports jmld It carried Wisconsin license plates. The sheriff's office was investigating Its ownership, today. "24 Sales in Month Colwell Bros., local auctioneers, are very busy these days selling snlcs, with 24 actual sales for the month of February. They havoj eight for this week, on some snles one going each place. Farm snlcs will wind up mostly by• Ma«B J. Sales are selling v>ry well and each one draw* a good fef owd. Fenton and Burl Folks to Funeral Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Rftiph Rfedel and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rledel of this place and Mr. and Mrs Walter Rledel and Mr. attd Mrs. Louis Ri*d«l <£»»*"!« Mr and Mrs. Ernest Rledel of Al- eonn, went to Waveriy early Saturday morning to attend the funeral of their brother-in-law, Carl Krug, 56 who was found dead In bed by his wife Thursday morning. The cause of his death was heart trouble. The funeral was held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at the Waveriy Lutheran church and burial wan made nt Boone, that afternoon. He is survived by his wife, the former Julia Ricdel. and three sons. It will ho remembered thnt Mr. Krug operated a feed nnd grinding mill near Algona n number of years ago. INDIVIDUAL FOOD LOCKER SYSTEM For Farm or Home complete with Chill—Sharp Freezer Cold Storage THE FUTURE COLD STORAGE LOCKER SYSTEM TODAY Dealers' Exclusive County Dealerships available Free Advertising A profitable connection. See factory representative. American Cold Storage Locker Company Steve Humphrey, Mason City, Iowa Read The Want Aas—It Pays During My First Term In the House of Representatives, I have Served on these Committees Appropriation* Building and Loan, Chairman CiHew and Towns Constitutional Amendment County and Township Organizations Insurance Judiciary Liquor Control Motor Vehicle* and TraiuportaUon I have endeavored to sincerely serve my county and my state. Your support in my candidacy for a second term will be appreciated. Phil Kohlhaas Candidate for Reelection On the Democratic Ticket State Representative ajx&*x&xw#c8yxett^^ daughter, Karen of East Chain. Mra. V. Eckholm and daughter, Lyda, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and I Mr. and Mra. Virgil Jenson, Mr. and Mm. Maynard Jenson and son, Duane. Mrs. Ernil Larson and Betty Anderson represented Swea Spirit of Service 4H club at the first training school in Bancroft last week Tuesday. Mias Forbes of Ames gave the le*»on, "Second Year Home Furnishing." The day was Gertrude of WhiUemore were Wednesday evening visitors at the Robt. Drtyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maahs and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pulrutz of Wfiit- temurt; were Tuesday evening supper guests at the Richard Potrati home. There was pariah night at the school basement recently. Five hundred was played at eight tables, Hugo Faulatich receiving high prize for men and Mrs. Art ZuniacK the high prize for ladies and Mrs. H. F. Mttlag, consolation prise. spent studying "Color and Design" and the stiidy of pictures. Mrs. Tim Doocy received word from her husband, who accompanied the Loreo Byen family to Virginia, that they arrived there sale- Household Goods Sale Monday, February 28 Time—1 o'clock sharp Location—Corner of McGregor and Wooster streets, 2 blocks east of high school 8 piece dining suite, china closet, davenport and chair, 2 end tables, library table, 4 small tables, lamps, 2 large rugs, small rug, 2 radios, occasional chair, rockers, odd chairs, 3 beds, 2 dressers, vanity, linen cupboard, hall tree, umbrella stand, vacuum, cleaner, porch swing, gasoline stove, 2 ice boxes, fruit cabinet, kitchen table, garden tools, fruit jars, dishes, cooking utensils, genuine mohair davenport and chair set, carpet sweeper, .3,2 Winchester repeating rifle, household scales, and other articles too numerous to mention. A. H. Stock, Owner C. O. Eiddle 6 Son, Auctioneer Tune Up For Spring & Summer GET R GOOD USED TODHV! The Kent Motor '37 Ford V-8 Sedan Big Savings On Late, Low Mileage Models! 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