The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 4, 1938
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\ ST.CECEUADR... 2BALLGAMES; WWDUP FRIDAY Bancroft Shuts Out Loc als; Wesley Hitie Takes Other Contest ttf Score Of 12 to 1 St Cecelia's academy had it* most dlastrous days of the season, last week, when It lost two encounters to Wesley high and Bancroft Academy. Wesley's unbeaten nine shellacked Algona 12 to 1 and In the i!!! U i"J gnme Bancr °ft defeated the local team 6 to 0. The Academy will wind up its regular schedule this week with two vnm ACT f\rtn T'..-.-..a T . e played on ^e diamond Bill Watts pitched for Algona with the hard hittin* ™* sleynn l ^ttlng to him rtght ^* 0 OJ," 8 '" the flrst a^ 8 <*oiM. In the fifth they re tnllies nnd «noth- f ° r their total of 12 ' and new Premier Eduard Benes in ow, for 12 hlts - w e of Wesley gave up only five and one run In the sixth. PH « inst .? an "°". Kajewskl start", th . euflrst e«"ne with that same kind of well after the ball, bearing first frame but three hits In the Initial croft scored two morp | n for its total of 6 runs. A;Tin, t'K first game, both Kajewskl and Johnson, Bancroft fllnger. allowed five hits apiece, but again Kajewskl's wlldness was his undoing. Missionary Lectures At Seneca Tuesday East Seneca: Miss Myrtle Nadln. a missionary from Columbia, South America, lectured at the Seneca ij-utheran church Tuesday evenine She spent Tuesday night at the Henry Looft home. Armstrong Couple Honored on 37th Wedding Anniversary Armstrong: Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards of Armstrong were honored Sunday, Sept. 25th at a dinner! given at the home of their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Durham In Estherville. The occasion was Mr. and Mrs. Edward's o7th wedding anniversary. | Those present beside the honred couple were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Edwards and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mclntyre and son and Miss Tillie Carlson all of Armstrong: Alfred and Ivor Pendry of Aberdeen js. D.. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Durham of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs Edwards were presented with a gift from the group. Corwith High School Elects Class Officers RITES HELD FOR mitlfBm [Titonka, Are Motto Armstrongr: Mrs.H. M. trmiter and i •! ' .fJ??^ Marl * * ftd soft . WHtafd.L. ~ ^ , visited Sunday afternoon at th«il t9lnlt * Conference— ******* Ml P * ul VreemajTwho died of scarlet fever and pneumonia Purlal was at Stale Con.'er, ?st- wday. Mr. Vreem-»n Is still 111 with he fever. near Woman'g Cfnfc— - The AteonA Woman'! club will meet Friday afternoion at 8:80 at the library clubroom. lira. H. ft. Woodward of Whlttenitofe to in charge of the program. \ towns of Estherville, West Bend, I meet for a 1:18 luncheon on Thurs- Burt as well as Algona were present day with Mrs. P. 3. Waldron's dlv- ftf fh» i***t<i»»(«tl«M s3W».%<* ±1 A<* —-.-».*»_ , I i*i~** i_ _*..•. ™ A ..d*,* • -•> ^.IJ. M Titonka, Wesley Bowlers Take Lead .en I* an old friend of |*>urt as wen as Algona were present) day with Mrs. P. J. Waldron's dlv v- J « hftv «ng taught gome «t the Christian education confer-1 Islon In charge. A one act play, children and they had not ence for the north half of the Fort "Have Yon Had Tour Operation" «. ». er for *}* years> Mrs. Dodge Presbytery held at the First will be presented. Mrs. V. K. Ris- rirfT^JS.*;? 0 t,, former Algona Presbyterian church Friday after- Ing and Mrs. A. E. Michel will sing girl, Agatha CaughHn. (noon and evening. L duet. Bach member Is requested A discussion of the general tdea of to bring a guest and a favorite rec- Christlan Education and the res- Ipe, " ^ Mrs. Henry Becker entertained her bridge club Thurada* evening with two tables In pray. Mri Ray Junior Dramatic oowiers i ake Lead -—•«" —i«i«i« n Kossuth League CIub PI «u»ed Tho Ti»«r,i,o «.__» j, .. Mrs. Edward Gem Barth- Edward Genrich, with 'theIcStt J ^^^^\'^SK^^A^ S ''wo^V 0 ^^^^ The Titonka theatre and the Wes " ntion are tied for the t the Bar™ OS «n!; h b °^ ing Ie f* ue [ in * a Junio"r Shakespeare club The &«^^ The club is educational in purpose ' Irt ia i9f*f,l*~.~.*.^t t. _ _ .. - r "••=• ^uwara uenncn, with the Couchman Lake CItv rm«tar r',,' ^utneran church will hold its guest iHS™^^^ it chanter u ± rrBSh f. k "P eare «='««>. The Dr. Walter Barlow pastor of Thl w ° men of the Ba ""oft Lutheran it chapter here will be a member of r n ii»i.. D.-.U...::,^ , r °. tne church have also hi>«>n invite -Mr, Takes A RISK For$198 St. Benedict New* Jack Kemna has been on the sick list the past week. Mrs. W Dunlap spent Thursday at the John Arend home. Mrs. Ben Dorr visited at the Irene Btuder home in Wesley Thursday. John Prueschl went to Manly on Thursday to attend a cattle sale. Harold Henniger spent Sunday at the McKenna frtme. Mr. Henniger is employed at Mason City. Miss Helen Widen, who is employ, ed at the Henry Arndorfer home, Is •pending a few weeks in Des Molneo. Mrs. Joe Clnk and Mrs. Nick Arndorfer spent Thursday at Wesley calling on Irene Studer and Mrs Jack Haverly. Mrs. Mary McKenna motored to Boone last week to take her daughter, Irene Fasbender to begin work In a beauty shop. £Z T °S?2 l * a J*" 3 P art y »"« Corwith: The high school classes of the Corwith consolidated school held election of officers last week with the following results: senior class—president. Milo Risvold- vice president. LuVerne Korleski- secretary and treasurer. Jeanette Wood: sponsor. J. Sadoff; Junior class—president. Leona Thompson- vice president. Donald Brown secretary and treasurer, AJice Hauswirth; sponsor, Miss Hurley: sophomore class—president, Alfred Hal- vice president Robert Es- in Two Corwith boys were given opportunity to pay for damages to a car they took without the owner's •ermission and their cases continued ir 30 days in P. A. Danson's justice court last week. The pair. Bud Wermersen and Guy Swenson, took Edward Unger's car without his permission some time ago and were involved in an accident according to charges of the owner of the machine. Danson ordered the case of Wermerson continued for 30 days when the defendant agreed to pay MS damages in monthly installments of $10 each and the case of Swensen was likewise handled. Swenson agreed to pay $45 damages in $10 monthly payments. B«"X A. Rider mw bound over to the next term of district coart on the charge of making and uttering n false check. Rider Is charged with giving a worthies* check for $198 to Guy B. Rl«k of Langdnn who brought HIP charge In Justice Delia Welter's court Two traffic cases were heard also Delia Welter's court. Ed Fuch o -••».««,*; iiuua an learns ost improved over last year, witn dications that a banner year will en teams In the circuit, scannings, as of Monday Team \y I Tyke Theatre S 0 Wesley 3 0 Farmers 2 1 Jr. c. c ."'.".'."r.'Z.a i Silver Grey _ 2 1 Nick's Shine ........." l 2 Botsford i 2 Court House i 2 Burt _ 7o 3 LuVerne o 3 ing. Prizes will be offered at var- . ^... ious times and diplomas in element- 1.000 ary dramatic arts will be awarded 1.000 each child who finishes the prescrib .667 ed course. .667 Children from the fourth to eighth .667 grades, Inclusive, are eligible. Mrs .333 Genrich attended the Iowa State .333 Teachers' College, taught school for •™ EZZ2Z a"*.'*" substitute grade Treasure Rttnt—" The Beta Sigma Phi business girls' sorority met at the home of Mrs. Donald Miller, Thursday evening to begin a treasure hunt The hunt ended at the home of Bern Ice Harrington, with Mrs. Donald Miller I Lucille Black, Dean Arndorfer, Mrs <->• vaii. «->aiii,i LFJ. i. J^ULIlCrl ail ~-.-.^.. have also been Invited. Mrs. . Ole Allison, Mrs. Gus Sjogren and Mrs. J. T. Bohannon will act as the 1 hostesses. .000 ~ .; " o .uuu Bowling, revived here several years ago. has been gaining rapidly In popularity, and the ten team league this year is evidence of the general Interest and Margaret Brown the winning group. Refresh- were served at the Harrlng- — Guests were Marion Cor- The American Legion Auxiliary will meet in their club rooms In the Legion hall, Friday evening at a dues paying meeting. A door prize free dues priza will be given. Antone DIdricksen's division ----- -e in charge of bridge and refreshments. W1UI IWU baUIQO «II l/Il^. _.. Ladendorf and Mrs. Fred Olomew were guests, Ladles Aid— " . ( The Trinity Lutheran Ladles' Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:80 in the church parlors. Hostesses will be Mrs. Fred Jacobs and Mrs. John Hanselman. S. S. S. Bridge Club— The S. S. S. bridge club met Wednesday with rs. John Weydert, The high score prize went to Mrs. John Fraser, and the consolation to Mrs. R. E. Morgan. To Entertain— Mrs. Fred Kent will entertain her bridge club at three tables this evening (Tuesday). Baptist AM— The Baptist church ladies aid will meet at the church, Thursday after, noon. application"for member^sno^ &*» *«*","^' C*Sb ' be made to Mrs. Genrich. °" DUla Margaret Egesdahl. Mrs. E. Training Course Held At Seneca Church East Seneca: The teachers' training course was held at the local Lutheran church Sunday evenine A large crowd attended. Former Teacher Visits Swea City: Attorney and Mrs. E., L. Sweeney and their daughter, Birthday Surprise- were guests of the Ha~ '•' -" ^^ The Fellowship class of the Pres- i Mathes Pfelffe, mother of 1 practicing law with -w. Judge Sau, In Fenton Standard Bearers Organize • »"»-«j»vitin^ injueri FtS' cher; secretary and treasurer. Junior Oxley; freshman class—president Vidal Bonnstetter; vice presi- rtAvst T..... T_ _ • _ r — -. ^» „ vuul i. j^j jrucf]- sen. Algona. was fined $25 and as- encBA«4 *^ OK i _ _ on a charge of . . scssed $3.85 costs - - — "•»»»-• ««^»i.iu»j meeting ^ l ii e standa rd Bearer group of the Fenton M. E. church was held Inef tr-noL- Hf,-.*,,! t ^^ ««iu itiat \\eeK Monday evening; in the church parlors. Mrs. V. J. Tntum is counsellor for this group of girl- Officers installed included: presf-' Mary Jane Eigler: vice presi- Marjorie Voigt: secretary. ,,. ,_*T'! son an _ d went to her Attend 4-H Meeting , ~ -,„ » »,„. M tnlonn a after Wesley: Edward and Francis noon was 8pent and refreshments M!!f^S l ack 5 a "^n, Merle Lo e -l served - * ••*• *"»wiie XvOUjiu"* 1 r 'f r!5 "' i he home of Ve r'e J" 16 B «akfast club was entertain vith Friday evening, I e " at 'he home of Mr. and Mrs. main subject for the Den "ls Pratt Sunday morning. The lannine the Piirrho«. I Ruests were Mr. nnrt Xf^-. r .*" T* reckleW drlTHn«T AI J£ * OI " leeun « a Pa«y was given I FolEeV'TSL ^ ??"".<?''* °f ? hi ^>: »"d Phyllis *Frank . .,„ „ w<»iu party and — at the St Benedict ball on Thursday night sponsored by Mrs Leo Ludwig and Mrs. Julius Seller. The following members have been elected head officers of the Rosary Sodality: Mrs. Joe Cink, president; Mrs. Nick Arndorfer. secretary and treasurer, and Mrs. Ben Door vice president The Emil and Nick Arndorfers. Al and Art Rosenmeyers, John Arndorfer, Red Huschka and Oscar Simon are in cooperative beetins hauling and digging at the John Arcnd home. Thirteen hours devotion was held Wednesday at the St. Benedict church with Father Heinen of Conception, Mo.. Father Wagner of Wesley, and Father Mallinger of Al. gona assisting Rev. Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Grandgennett and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs motored to Waterloo Thursday to attend the dairy cattle congress. Mrs Downs of Wesley assisted with the care of the Downs children and Mrs. H. Enckson assisted at the Grand- gennett home. dent June Jacobs; secretary" and treasurer, Arlene Daughan. No Marijuana Salea, Says Sheriff Lo«« To the best knowledge of the Kossuth county sheriff's office, there are no marijauana cigarettes being sold in this county. "We have received no complaints about the cigarettes being sold," said Sheriff Casey Loss The sheriff's office made this e mae ti statement after information or ru _, ,. ~ ••»• TKwnti ^nier or Pohce H. A. Van Alstyne brought the charge. John Fisher. Whittemore. was fined Jl and J2 costs for operating a motor vehicle without a drivers' icense. State Patrolman Dean was the complaining witness. Academy Names Class Officers for This Year Academy class officers elected for theyear 1938-39 are given below The executives for the senior class a . r _ e j f'""'"*- . Evelyn K.scheid; i —. r ' ^•>'='..!i iMsrneia; vice president. Marvel Dole: secre- - , ... iu.,.1, jviarjone -. Following the business ?M C , l"f _ 8 - P "* T.? s rfven Pauline. Betty —--• •••"• * IIJIMS rranK, Betty Ann Meyers. Betty Jean Schwartz and Lavonne Newel were guests. „ — Purchas- for the Coming Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L." F Shilts En n r f EV=,r hic ? ! unch was "rved. Mrs. George St John. Mrs. Klahr Enar Franzen is leader. and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hn™. „» In particularly at dance .,.,.» One reason for the rumor, t sheriff believes, is the fact that certain Tiny Little was arrested in the Twin Cities for peddling the cigarettes. An orchestra. Tiny Little's Toe Teasers, has played for dances in this vicinity. The Tiny Little arrested, and the orchestra leader are not the same people and are in no way connected, the sheriff stated. Missionary Society Meets At LuVerne LuVerne: Challenging Facts In Foreign Missions was the subject under discussion at the September meetingg of the Presbyterian Women a missionary society last week held at the Wm. Ramus home Virginia Lichty was lesson «?'' ™" eh *"* t "™°™*™P™* vice • ••-* " «««*i« \_ uur-ney: Vicft president. Martha Piatt: secretary Vfrnnn TkTol.n... * _! . *' Rewrites Of New* From Lett Thmday't KotiuuS County Adv«nc« Children Celebrate and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe of --ge. The members attended i following breakfast MELVLV SCHBOEDER, LakoU was sentenced to one year at the reformatory in Anamosa. In district court last Wednesday, on a plea of guilty to a charge of assault with intent to commit rape. Jack John of *«• sentenced treasurer, Pauline Vernon Nelson; Zender. Officers of the sophomore class are: president Donald Kajewski; vice president, Donald Winkel; *<;c- Rn'h °» i^^L" 8 Ca P esil «; treasurer, Robert Kohlhaas. The freshmen elected for president. Paul Koliasch: vice president. William Kohl: secretary' Ar£!L e I ] ar B reave »: treasurer, Clement c-ibert. NOW ~^y R ^ s _°L''The S how Boat' m /,—.—r_ *• **v KJiiuw J "THE LADY OBJECTS" ^^l^^^ Ct *** ^^ —•—'- A- Thum.-Frl., Oot. 6-7 Daily inatinte Important Mar, h ni. 2 p. of Time on :-( CAMPUS CAPER5! US FlSSt tt»* *»o mur cf L UUE»S ID CG Satura ,y, Jimmy Ki.jhr on "Three Be!!s to Anil Shirley in "(.IRLS SCHOOL" LuVerne Phone Crew Goes to Flood Area LuVerne: One of the three telephone crews employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company here, left Thursday morning for Iowa City. From there they with n other crews from Iowa and Minnesota would take a special train to New England states to work on lines that were damaged in the recent storms there. It it thought that they would be stnt to Vermont. Fenton Club Will Meet Fenton: The W. F. M society will meet this week Thursday. October 6 m the M. E church parlors with Mrs Klrnt-r Weisbrod Mrs. Walter \\ idiii-1 ami Mrs Rex Wolfe as the hostesses. Kifl "Tt>fi>- In Uie Bride" Suuda.v- Monday, O<-t 9-10 Set tls ; There are two things that vou • should give your fhildren-a good : example and a good educ.tior.. A • t'^f'd example is also a safe example j He.ently I had a very strange experience. I saw a young child whom I had just overheard tell his mother tnat he had been ins'.ruMed r.ot to cross in the middle of the block suddenly and literal!-.- yanked off the s;de-.vaik in the middle of the block by his parents and inarch- ed acroii the street. That kind of example bii'Ule-, the safety effort and the safety idea in the mind of the child ! the right and the s.-ifc tx- * --• ---• — «•»«•«» woo ac*ii«ncea to 90 days in the county jail cm a charge at drunken driving. Divorce decrees were granted to Theresa Hanifan from Bernard Hanifan, Clara Davenport from C. W. Davenport. Wilma Rawson from Julia Rawson, Nora S. Wier from William F• VVier. and Frances Nyles from Alfred Nyles. The Schroeder sentence winds up the attack case which originated last May 20. when Bertha Vaske, Bancroft, was slugged on her way home from a dance by a youth. Johnston s case developed after he struck a light pole in a car he was driving here, several months ago. J. P. COL-BT CASES: Justice Del- WM.; elter ' S court —John Fisher. Whittemore, J2 and costs, no drivers license; Maud Selichnow, Algona nth? 1 " 1 T 0 "^ f °r failure to dim lights. Justice Danson's court- Elmer Lee, Graettinger, II and costs passing in forbidden area: Charles' Lander, transient, released on a charge of drunkenness after agreeing to leave the county. CHRISTENSEJf BROS. CO. w.ll open their new store between the 15th and 20th of this month, accord mar to an announcement of L. M and Roy Christensen, who were in the east last week, buying merchandise for the establishment. * • • FIFTY BLSI.VESS MEN' and a few newspaper men from neighhor- mg communities were guesti of the Algona newspapers at a banquet ( held last Tuesday night. "Merj < handising and Advertising" was : the subject of the chief address dc: hverc-d by Don Reid, managing dir- j tctor of the Iowa T-ress Association THE ST.VTK < ORV III SKINO ! • title will he settled October 27 at 1 ; a fit-lei near Ringsted, Iowa, .select, d for the event. The field is 65 HI rt-~ ir. size and will yield more than fed ; bushels of hybred corn to the acre ''Ihe held is on the Frank Fewell ; place, one mile south of Ringsled Sixteen huskers will compete. • • * MR.S. CLARENCE WILL, I.u \trne narrowly escaped injury when a pressure cooker full of beans !<,.,„ j ---..-.vii of the first and SE^K??^*'"- S^HSSS ASSSS&^ff^ Pi !Tf ddln K of Robert Fisher and Els'e Wray attended by Mr anrt Ma Th/K , Macintosh 'n Bethany! crtne^th d " Was attlred ln blue "fP?, w 'th copper accesaoriea A wedding «,pp«r WM served to thl Dunham cafe after which the Flsher evening. In The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet Thursday afternoon at the church at 2:30 o'clock The hostesses are Mrs. Frank Gelg- el, Mrs. Clarence Shilts, Mrs. Jas McGee. Mrs. George Stewart and Mrs. Henry Lund. Mrs. W. A. Foster will tell of her trip to Alaska, and meeting with a Presbyterian missionary. Bridge Club— ~"~ The eight members of her bridge club met with Mrs. Louis Lynk. last week Tuesday evening. Prizes went to Mrs. Jimmie Allen. Mrs. Fern Hardgrove and Mrs. Nellie Van Al- _ - P artv - Mr. and M«. Henry" Guderlan will assist Luncheon-Bridge — Mrs. P. V. Janse entertained at a one o clock luncheon Thursday afternoon. Covers were laid for 12 played, and Mrs. Robert Ralph Mledke the r ch aP |r"rlz" d M "' O. E. SU_ of the Eastern refreshments. Bridge at Helbergs— score went HELPFUL HANNAH'S Household Hints Don't put water on burning fat—It will spread the blaze. To extinguish a fire in fat, dust flour Into It Try some of our baked goods this week. You will like them and the family will too. Auk for Wll«on Baked Goods Wilson Bakery Phone 43 len. Galloping Tea-T""" Nine Presbyterian St John at sur• —..». *.*wigu ot, jonr home, Wednesday morning, ^^^^•••••MflSfiOMlfflfflijMBi Morrison Sayss From six to sixty we pive our customer's the expert work only 14 years of ex- penence can produce. Fine Work at a Fair Price-Yesterday —Today—and Tomorrow. MORRISON BEAUTY SHQfk Phone 279 for appointments •• — . Reads •-.V-i- it- a>;ain in se.s- of warning to Picture Walt Duney'k "Sx-U Control" Algona's Football Team and Chttr Leader get Spencer here Friday. our jjUi-ats-Help them .' ti. s! iih&(,!.. :i f.v. v.-r,rd l* are tiir.t.-ly. ii your < hiidrtn to be t-xtremt- • ful on thtir way to ai-hool. tiit-ir, to < roii strttts only at .-( lions, an<] thin only aftt-i have looked to left and right, i.-. no. cihury for your children jlk on the highways, instruct to walk on the left hand side am! to step off the road if necessary Remind them daily! S.-hool patrol station at busy in- i UTht-.-tions near schools have made I crossing .streets taiier and safer for •• our thildn-n. Yet accidents happen not only where traffic is heavy but also where traffic is lisht. I Urge your children to us* good' judgment on their trips to and from ! senool. , force that the ceiline ! tame down in two places. Mrs Will received a cut on the head : * * * | TWO FORMER WESLEY sisters Mrs. Bruce Barnes. 30 and Mrs | Fred Rosehans. daughters of Mr j and Mrs A R Conner of Popejoy i formerly of Wesley, passed away I in Los Angeles within four days of' eath other, wlien Caesarean section^ ! performed at the birth of a babvl for each of the sisters, failed. Th babies, however, lived. * » * DIED: Mrs. Xels Beck 53 o heart disease, at the Kossuth hos pita! Funeral services were hela Friday afternoon at the home with Rev. Wood of Good Hope official ing. Mrs Beck is survived by two sons, Andrew and Arthur, Algona one daughter, Mrs. Louis Nelson Fowier. Colo., her mother. Mrs Jessie Brown of Algona. and a brother near Algona, August Brown Six sisters also survive They are Mrs Otto Knudson, Mrs. W. E Laird Mrs. Wm. McMahon. all of Algona Mrs. Verne White of Detroi' " Ives of Des Moines. and Mrs Hartman of Minnesota. •*•"•*.«¥ O* Home Manag* !. HOMTi! TUT AIT A ~ ^_ ^"^ Tb« Algona I' De» Molnes re 3,000 Home* In Trade Territory. ,1,1!,,, ,,, „„,„ : , „,.„ ' , '"" kc Be- place your ad i s •Prompt attention ona loines

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