The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1938 · Page 4
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The Algtma ttpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 1,1938 15 CAGERS WORK AS WmTEMORE FIVE TUNES UP Father Kneip's Boys to Open Season Against ; Bancroft, Nov. 29; Pull i Schedule Released Whttemore: The basketball schedule for the 1938-39 season oi Presentation Academy was released last week by Father Knelp who states that 15 boys reported and their practice will start next week. The schedule is as follows: Nov. 29—Bancroft high school, here. Dws. 7—Emmetsburg Academy, here. Dec. 16—Emmetsburg Academy, there. Dec. 23—Fenton high school, here. Jan. 13—Fort Dodge Corpus Christl, there. Jan. 18—Des Moines township, here. Jan. 24—Algona Academy, here. Jan. 27—Fenton high school, there. Feb. 3—Bancroft Academy, there. Feb. 10—Des Moines township, there. Feb. 17—Fort Dodge Corpus ChrisU, here. Feb. 21—Emmetsburg Academy, here. Feb. 24—Bancroft high school, there. Mrs. Fred McWhorter was taken to a Des Moines hospital last Friday where she will undergo a major operation. Beulah and Loretta larsen and Rosella Voight of Algona spent a short time at the Art Heidenwith home Sunday. Mrs. Peter Schumacher and sons, Eddie and Joe, spent a few days last week at the home of Mrs. Schumacher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thul at Clarion. Mrs. Archie Voigt accidently stepped on a corn hook one day last week and tore a large hole In her ankle. Three stitches were used to close the wound. LuVerne Women Get Pointers on Balloting LuVdrnes The Tuesday study club met this week at the rural home of Mrs. George Wolf with 13 members, and two guests present The program was the political issues of the day and an interesting paper on the topic was read by Mrs. Peter Thompson. The program was aptly timed for those attending received many ideas on voting and the proper use of the ballot and a straw ballot was taken at the close of the program. A report of the district federation meeting was given by Mrs. Ray Stone. The hostess served a delicious lunch. Minister Marries The Rev. J. M. Krafft, a former Evangelical pastor here, but a resident of Cedar Falls now, was married on Oct 14 to Mrs. Edith Ritze of Nora Springs. They were mar ried In the First Evangelical church at <>da> ira^T^tne7pa*tor.^tB« Rev. Oliver Yfggy- They will make their home in Cedar Fails. Mission Lesson An interesting lesson on missions in Alaska was given by Miss Kleeta Finley when the Presbyter- Ian Woman's Missionary society met with Mrs. Irwin Chapman last Tuesday evening. Mrs. F. I. Chapman was devotional leader. D. H. Wermersen has been quite ill at his home the past week. Mrs. Flora Raney is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Richard Faye at Reinbeck. Mrs. Carl Goetsch had as her guest last week her sister, Mrs. Robert Cummings, Evanston, 111. Mr, Cumminga met his wife here Friday evening. Mrs. Edw. Dehnert attended tht funeral services for Mrs. Fred Bonn at Whittemore Friday morning. Tile Bohns have been frequent guests at the Dehnert home. Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Ramus spent last week with their daughter, Mrs. Lewis Peterson and family at Mason City. H. C. Allen visited his daughter, Mrs. a E. Smith in Minneapolis. Mrs. Lena Stauffacher left Wednesday evening for an extended visit at the home of her Bister, Mrs. James McCurdy of Seattle, Washington. Mrs. John Kanning is visiting relatives at Latimer and Churdan. Mrs. Ward Boyce and baby who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. Josephine Scribner, left Friday evening for her home in Manlius. Mr. and Mrs. Don L. Lichty and Miss Ruth Lichty returned to Chicago Saturday morning after a Week's visit at the home of his father, C, ft Lichty, his sister Grace and many other relatives. He has a large and a very Interesting stamp collection and has made it his hobby. He belongs to an exclusive philatelic society In Chicago which has a limit of 40 members, and he knows stamps from A to Z. His brother, J. L. Lichty, took a part of the collection, which he had on display at his father's hardware store, to Lakota Monday evening to the postmasters' meeting. Election Staff for Harrison Twp. Named Swea City: Precinct officials for Harrison tonshlp have been named as follows: judges, Joe Rahe, Peter Looft, Jake Kelly; clerks, J. J. Anderson, Mrs. Ray Sperbeck; counting board—judges, Geo. Butterfield, Mrs. Jennie McCrary, Mrs. Walter Smith; clerks, Fred Berggren and Mrs. D. W. Fults. Miss Newstrand and Miss Haalfe entertained the faculty at a Hal- lowe'en party at the Keith Albertson home Monday evening. Phyllis Bee Johnson was hostess to her teachers and twelve little girl friends on her tenth birthday Tuesday, for supper. Her guests were Adelaide Harang and Frances Dahl, Shirley Ann Berg, Mary Jane Lobb, Joyce Leland, Bernlce Johnson, Marilyn Bone, Marjorie Goff, Joyce Baker, Patty Vaux, Patty Blomster, Arlene Peterson, Es- them Skromme and Dorothy Hes- vick. CORN PICKING. CRIB BUILDING, IS KEEPING 'EM BUSY AT IRVINGTON Fenton High School Activities Under Way Fenton: The Fenton junior class play, a three act farce, entitled "Black Cats" Nov. 2 and 3. When Henry Burkett goes across town to meet a friend, anything can happen—and does. A conglomeration of suspcious wives, superstitious husbands, burly detective, unpleasant!/ bossy mothers-in-law, "rube" constables and black cats provide and evening of rollicking entertainment. Practice for the 1938-39 basketball season began ten days ago with 17 students reporting. Two regulars and a substitute remain from last year, the rest having played only a few games. Those reporting are John Schmidt. Fred Greinert, Ernest Skare. Others out are. Donald Bergeson, Robert Householder, David Weisbrod, Lyle Weisbrod, Howard Schulte, Carroll Willrett, Ervin Votteler, Fletcher Burwash, Herbert Krause. Vernon Ohm, Harlan Holldorf, Melvin Berkland. Maurice Weisbrod and Wayne Fin- ncstad. Legion Elects At a recent meeting of the Fenton Legion post officers elected were commander, H. B. Theesfield; vice commander, W. R. Wolfe; adjutant, H. C. Baago; service officer, S. E. Straley; sergeant-at-arms, H. H. Wlddel. Taken Exams Edith Wolfe took county teachers' examinations from Wednesday to Friday Inclusive at the office of County Superintendent Wm. Shirley, Algona. Edith, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, will, enter Cedar Falls N " J. A. Jolfflfion fills New Crib With 2,300 Bus. Four Days After Work Began on Crib Irvington:. Farmers are all busily engaged with husking corn and providing crib room which seems to be a problem for the over production of this year. Among the speediest of those thus reported Is J. A. Johnson, who started to build a corn crib 16x28 feet long and 12 feet high on Tuesday and by Saturday night had the crib filled with 2300 bushels of corn. Mr. Johnson had engaged John Schultz with his corn picker to pick all of his com. Flam Creek Club The Plum Creek club met last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Carrie Johnson as hostess. The meeting opened with Instrumental music followed by a "Sidewalk Vox Pop" program of questions and answers which was very cleverly conducted by Mrs. Maud Jergenson. Mrs. Louis McWhohter read a story. Mrs. Harry Bode, club president in charge. The next regular meeting will be this Wednesday with Mrs. Shdle Skilling. A Novel Idea The pupils of school district No. 4, Cresco township, entertained the patrons of the township at a Hal- lowe'en party last Thursday afternoon, the Idea of the program being reversed, the mothers and guests providing the program and the students being the guests. Miss Button Is the teacher. Member Pioneer family Mrs. R. M. Christopher accom panled by her son and daughter of Armstrong were callers in this vicinity last Sunday. Mrs. Christopher was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 8. Holden, early day pioneers who came to Irvington In 1866, then lived here for five years before returning to their previous home at Waterloo. The Holden family purchased the place now tenanted by the Rome Robisons and when they left in 1871, sold their farm to the Gates family. Mrs. Christopher was a cousin of Warren Bates, who was also an early day resident of the Ridgeroad. Both of Mrs. Christopher's parents are burled In the local cemetery. Mrs. Alice Duryea is visiting at //I Dub Mittag (Jeneral Hauling Phone 368 Algona, Iowa 42,45* the home of her daughter. Mrs. Ralph Campbell of Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. carl Brown are the parents of a baby boy born last Sunday (a' week ago). The Browns also have three other 1 children, two boys and a girl. Mrs. Forbus SUltz and children are staying at the <X L. Millers, while Forbus is basking com for Sim Leigh. , Later the Stilt* plan on staying at the Joe Wadlelghs as they will move Into Algona for the winter season to be with their children, who both attend the Algona public school. Mrs. Mary Roba Brockman of Macon, Mo., visited with relatives and friends here last week. Mrs. Brockman accompanied her brother, Carl Newman who had spent the summer with her, but went from here to Shell Rock, Iowa, where he has employment. Mrs. Brockman returned to hef home by train. iffae church supper at Doan last fceek Wedfteiday was *»ry wen attended and the ladies are *ery grateful tor the patrbnage given them, the ladles work ]»«£« ex- tfeme difficulties a» all of the food must be pr'epattd In the various homos and brought to the church. It la hoped in the near future they may have a kitchen and the necessary equipment to make their burdens lighter. The Aid has a membership 'of 24, • '^ Fenton Crete Streetlights Fenton: two street lights were put In on main street recently. This makes It considerably brighter than before. One was put up between the Stoeber hardware and the Reporter office and between the Weisbrod cold storage plant and schul- te's place. WE THINK IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE. DONT YOU? Kossuth County Young Republican Club Whether youre an resident of thi* comnM- nity or whetker youVa just moved into these parts, we're anxious to deliver Botsford's Peerless Coal to your home. We know what a great coal this is j we know how it holds fire for hours and how sensitive ^it it to damper action when you Want to him it Up or down. And, we know that when you get this dependable coal, you'll either continue to be one of our many satisfied old customers or a new customer that's come to stay. For Sale Exclusively by BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. course. Dr. J. T. Waite returned recently from Prairie du Chien, Wis., where he received treatments for rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Alderson and Wayne and Phyllis King have gone to Illinois for a two weeks' visit there with relatives of Mrs. Alderson. The Dorcas sewing circle met with Mrs. Chas. Glaus on Tues-!ay afternoon. The time was spent at quilting. Guests of the club were Mesdames Elmer Weisbrod and Arnold Klatt. Bob Schwartz, Ed Lindsey, Fernandes Fauerby and Marjorie Wilberg, the latter of Ringsted, drove to Ames Saturday to attend the homecoming football game between Kansas U. and Iowa State. The Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet in the church parlors 0:1 Thursday afternoon, November 3. Hostesses are Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, J, A. G. Smith and Alfred Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel entered the evening bridge club Thursday evening at their home. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum played for absent members. Mr. Tatum won the high score prize for men and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod the high for women. Drake Instructor Visit* in Burt Home Burt: Miss Lillian Heathershaw, a teacher in Drake university, who spoke at the teachers' institute at Algona Friday, spent Friday evening at the Wm. Elvidge an'd the C'. B. Chipman homes. She is Mr. Elvidge's cousin. YOUR VOTE FOll HIRAM B. WHITE for COUNTY ATTORNEY WILL ASSURE A Fair, Impartial and Economical Administration of the Duties of the Office. [exalt DRUG STOWE REMEMBER YOUR DRUG STORE FOR LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN K. D. JAHES THIS SALE IS RADIO ADVERTISED BY BENBERNIE 4 BIG DAYS WEDNESDAY, tHURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY This sale good for four days, and for consumers only. No sales to dealers. Avoid disappointment fay baying early while stocVs are complete. N^O SALES TO DEALERS Thousands of Rexall Drug Stores take part in this original Retail One Cent Sale to make friends for Rezall Guaranteed Products. At no other time do we offer this merchandise at such rock-bottom prices. 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