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Aifona Upper Dea Moinea, Algofia, Iowa, Nov. 8,1938 lMlMMMiaHiaMMrfliMlMiMMiiM SENECA CAGERS BEGIN PRACTICE Basketball Schedule Announced; Bated for Junior Class Play Set SSneca; The Seneca Mgft sehdol |*fls ttHd bo^S* basket ball teams «ft*e started practicing for the 6n- comlng season. The fAlldtting girls and boys are out (or practice—girls Loretta Crowley, Lois Looft, Helen Cody, Harriet Olsen, Alyce Olsen, Blanche Olsen, Dorothy Hoeck, Noradel potaon, Barbara Lentsch, Elaine Wolf, Joan Kennedy, Jean Kennedy, Mavis Preston; boys: LeRoy Klein, Melvin Klein, Mervln Klein, Daryle Hansen, Phillip Looft, Donald Bollig, Merlin Dotson, Ocsar Patterson, Dennis Lynch, Robert Lynch, Roy Homan, and Morris Smith. Hie following is the basketball schedule for the season: Nov. IB—Gruver at Seneca (girls and boys). Nov. 18—Lone Rock at Lone Rock (girls and boys). Nov. 21—Haifa at Haifa (boys). Nov. 29—Rodman at Rodman (girls and boys). Dec. ,2—Grant Center Const, at Seneca (girls and boys). Dec. 6—Armstrong at Seneca (girls). Dec. 9—open date. Dec. 13—Ringsted at Ringsted (girls). Dec. 16—Bancroft public at Ban croft (girls and boys). Dec. 20—open date. Jan. 3—open date. Jan. e—tLone Rock at Seneca (girls and boys). Jan. 10—Bancroft public at Seneca (girls and boys. t Jan. 13—open date. ^ ^ Jan. 17—open date. Jan. 20—open date. Jan. 24—Grant Center Consl. at Grant (boys and girls). Jan. 27-2»—girls' county tournament Jah. 31—Gruver at Gruver (girls and boys). Feb. 3-4—boys' county tournament Feb. 7—open date. Feb. 1O—Ringsted girls and Halfa boys at Seneca. Feb. 14—Armstrong at Armstrong (girls). Feb. 17—girls' sectional.' Feb. 21—Rodman at Seneca (girls and boys). Feb. 24—open date. March 2-3-*—Boys' sectional •tournament ON TRIAL IN ESPIONAGE CASE—New York City: Three defendants who went on trial here Saturday, October 15, in Federal Court on a Federal Grand Jury indictment charging them with being part of a concerted plot, sponsored and financed by the German Government, to steal from the United States, vital military defense, aviation, and commercial secrets. Left to right they are Erlck Glaser, 28, V. 8. Army private of German origin, who was attached to the Air Corps at Mitchel Field, L. I.; Otto Hermann Voss, «0, German-American mechanic at the DeSeversky Aircraft Corp. plant at Farmingdale. L. I.; and Guenther Gustave Rumrich, 32, former sergeant in the U. S. army and ,a deserter whose bunging revealed the ring, and who has now pleaded guilty. Mrs. CUff Aalfs and two sons. Gary and David, arrived Wednesday for-a ten day visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey. Cliff Aalfs will come for the next week end and take them back to Sioux City. H. W. POST Dray and Transfer Storage kinds of all dMsoM JtouUnf, load insanrf «gatoiFio«s •image. Equipped to do aO Kinds of draying and »-« The Seneca school children taking part in the school band received their instruments Monday evening. The junior class of the Seneca consolidated school have set the dates, Thursday and .Friday evenings, Nov. 10-1 Hh for their clas play entitled "Mountain Mumps and twelve pupils will take part Modern Mixer Club Meets at Seneca Seneca: The Modern Mixer clu met at the home of Mrs. Fran) Norris Wednesday afternoon. Max ine Cody, Mrs. Elmer Lee and Mrs Jens Peterson on prizes for th games and contests during the aft ernoon. Mrs. John Long, Jr., o Burt and Maxine Cody were club guests. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Carl Petersen. A number of young folks met a the Albert Cody home Thursday eve nlng and surprised Helen Cody on her birthday anniversary. Bunco was played at four tables with Jessie Spear winning high prize anc Alyce Olsen winning low jrJze Those who attended were Harriet, Alyce and Blanche Olsen, Ruby and Bud Paulsen, Fern and Lyyle Skow, Daryle Hansen, Jessie Spear, Clar ence Petersen, Alvin Olsen and Jor dan Knutson. Mr. and Mrs. Filer Jensen of glkader and the latter's mother, Mrs. Carrie K. Slagle of Straw- >erry Point were guests Sunday at he August Slagle and Clara Znhl- ten homes. Mrs. Jensen will be remembered as Cirilia Slagle. Miss Zahlten is Improved since her recent accident and is able to be up some of the time. The Union township Mothers and Daughters club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Joe Zanke and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel as assisting i hostess. Mrs. O. H. Graham was a I guest and gave a book review of I "Blood on the Moon." Mr. and Mrs. M, W. JfMsobson, who ewUvinro Iww Sfteti Mbert ren home on South Blackford for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ogren are spending their seventh consecutive winter at San Antonio, Texas. Q.Q nan aiaa n aaanoa HEADLINERS FOR AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK IN ALGONA November 7 to 11 Tuesday, NOT. 8, 2:30 p. in. — Elementary Parent- Teachers association meeting at the Bryant School building. Friday, Nov. 11, 10:45 a. in.— Armistice Day program In the Algona High School building. Friday, Nov. 11, 2 p. m.— Football game, Algona va. Ilumboldt on the Athletic field. ALGONA PUBLIC SCHOOLS Visit your schools. Attend their programs. Bm same Number In many instances we have been delivering Botsford's Peerless Coal to the same address over a long period of years. Geni erab'ons have come to know it* dependability and complete heating satisfaction. Its individual burning characteristic* that make it so easy to look after; it* economy because of little a»h and long-burning qualities; its adjustability to all weather conditions ... these things have endeared it to local residents. ~~ [ call it the dependable fuel For Sole Exclusively bjr BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Jim Fool, Mgr. BURT GLEE CLUB TO GIVE MIKADO Burt: The high school boys' and girls' glee clubs will present the operetta, "The Mikado" next week Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 15 and 16, in the high school auditorium. The leading parts will be taken by Iva Marie Brayton, Virginia Patterson, LuoKa Welske, PhyT' Us Brooke, Russell Patterson, Wallace Hawcott, Arnold Andreason, Robert Thaves and Lawrence Chipman. Oregonians Visit Mrs. H. A. Thompson and daughters, Barbara, and Mrs. Frank Lathrop, Salem. Oregon, who is visiting here, vlslited from Thursday to Saturday at the home of Mrs. Thompson's brother, Earl Dixon at Dysart. Mrs. Lathrop also visited with fi rends at Cedar Rapids. Burt Man Recovers A. H. Melnzer returned last week Monday from Rochester, Minn., where he underwent a major operation, and Is now back at his bench in<the jewelry store again. Ruth Schroeder went to Ames on Friday to attend a football game. Mrs. Ela Steward entertained the Birthday circle Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Luclnda Briggs went to Thor Thursday to spend the winter with her daughter. Mrs. Charles Morris, Lone Rock, 'isited Friday at the home of her ister, Mrs. H. W. Manus. Mrs. R. A. Iliff, Webster City, ame Friday to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Fenon, were supper guests Wednesday evening at the W. W. Boettcher tome. Roland Chaffee and James Hold- ng had their tonsils removed at . Clapsaddle's office Thursday morning. The Ch«rle» Olsons were Ma*dn CKy vUltarm Thursday, where Lyta. had her nose treated at the hos- i't».l there. School was closed Thursday and "rlday, while the teachers were ttending the state teachers' con- ention in Des Moines. Mrs. J. H. Schroeder returned a week ago Saturday from Ames, where she had spent a couple of weeks with her son, George and amily. Mr. and Mrs. U H. Schenck went to Sioux Falls, Wednesday .nd on Thursday attended the nat- onal corn husking contest at Dell Rapida, 3. D. Mrs. Al Staehle, Mrs. L, A. Boett- :her and Mrs. F. L. Pratt went to Sigourney Thursday to spend a few lays with Mrs. Staehle's daughter, Mrs. H. L. Sauermann. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Stow were juesU of honor at a fhower given 'or them Thursday evening at the Flusaell Richardson home at Foreut City by the Motorcycle club. Mrs. J. P. Stow and Mrs. Cecil lodfredson entertained at a get- acquainted party Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Willard Stow at her home. About 30 guests were present. ( Mrs. Mayme Honua, Gilmore City visited last week with her slaters Mrs. C. H. Blossom and Jennie Thompson. Mr* Jane Blossom, Algona, also spent Thursday nigh! with them. Hie junior Christian Kndeavo members enjoyed a Hallowe'en party in the church parlors lasl .Saturday evening. The affair was a masquerade party. Marlys Dundas and Donald Dremmel won the prizes for the cleverest costumes. tinue his work In Buffalo Center. Mrs. Sparks is a former Lakota girl. Mrs. A. M. Colllnson and family of Algona, Mrs. William Gordon of Orevllle, California, Mrs. Charles Curtain and daughter, Alice of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Colllnson and family of Clear Lake and Phillip Waltman of Algona were Sunday guests at the R. B Felkey home. A home talent play "Rip Van Winkle" was presented Thusday and Friday nights. The play was directed by Addlson Aulger and it was sponsored by the local parent- teachers' association. The cast of talent included, Carol Whitlow, Carl Oelrich, Sob Horswell, Warren Davis, Alice Camden, Kenneth Eck hart, Margaret Woiders, Calista Bo land, Verlyn Le Van, Eugene Mc- Cllntock, Frank Pape, Clifford Eckhart, Clyde Gilbaugh, Clifton Guinn, Robert Lux, Hah Troestler, Ro.<jp Ellen Whitlow and John Thomsen. Rents Are Cheap In Florida Says Mrs. Albright Lake Helen, Florida, Oct 31,1939. Algona Opper Des Moines. "Since my last letter to you, Oct 10, several people have written me in regard apartments here, social advantages, etc. So I have been looking at houses and apartments and find that houses here for rent are a very poor investment Splendid places, costing four and five thousand dollars, elaborately furnished, rent as low as $30 per month, and good four-room apartments, well furnished, good location, as low as $10 per month. When you consider the tourist season is only about six months and such property must have good care the year around. These conditions came about by over-building and the owners are about ready to give their houses for rent away, to be rid of the burden. Cost of food here is about the same as in Iowa. Eggs are an exception, they are 40c per dozen. If anyone wanting a home or apartments will write me, I will answer ttt«le questions Mad will give tb*m Information that will cut down expenses and increase their comforts in getting located Mrs. K. L. Albright, Lake Helen, Florida." WESLEY NEWS egHB "*' H x""^^^ Twin Cityans Visit Armstrong: Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Irmiter of Minneapolis and Miss Irene Irmiter of St. Paul visited a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter. They were accompanied home by Marie Irmiter who visited until Wednesday with her sister, Irene, In St. Paul. Ethcd Davis is working at the Martin Anderberg home. A new barn is being erected on the E. E. Erickson farm In Eagle township. Mrs. Martin Ravn attended an Eastern Star convention at Cedar Rapids, the first of the week. Mrs. Martha Sorensen of Ringsted is at the bedside of her father, R. E. Bunt, who is very low at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Byri Horsweli and son and Mra. Lily Horswell visited Sunday at the Jay Horswell home in Estlierville. Mr. and Mrs, James Kirchner of Des Moines /isited several days the past week with Mra. KJrchner's mother. Mrs. J. A. Hainman. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson and sons, Irvin and Everett, were- Sunday guest* at the borne of their son, Curtis and his wife in Elmore. Mrs. a. Woodsworth and son, Sherman of Minneapolis arrived lore Wednesday afternoon for a few week*' visit at the parental Nissen home. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Spark*, who conducted a shoe repair shop here 'or some two years, left here "the first of the week where he will con- Golng to Alabama Emmet Paetz returned one day last week from Alabama where he has rented a 40 acre tract of land. The Paetzes are planning to move there some time around tht- holidays. Mrs. Walter Grubb submitted to a major operation at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, Wednesday. Mrs. Ruth Sparks, Dean and Howard and William Johnson attended the corn husking contest at Ringsted Thursday. Mrs Anna Lilly was visiting with friends in Wesley Friday. She was housekeeper in the Dr. Adams home several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dieknvan and Milton Giddlngs and George Prema were at Ringsted attending the corn husking contest Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson entertained their evening bridge club Monday night. Mrs. H. J. Braley won ladies' high score and men's high was won by Juliue Kunz. Mrs. Braley also received travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen ob served their 14th wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 23 by entertaining at dinner the Tom Neison and Howard Hansen families of Clear Lake the Raymond Hansejis and Will Martineks of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kellner and family attended the 41st wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kellner of St. Benedict on Sunday, Oct. 23. Others attending were the JAlke Arndorfer fam ily of Corwith and the Vincent Kellner family of Ottosen. Francis and Leona Seimers entertained the members of the L. O. W. club at their home, Thursday evening. Dorothy Shanahan won high prize and Lucile Eiaenbacher received the travel prize. Dorothy Kraus was a guest Miss Agnes Boyer and Miss Gesina Schutter will entertain next. Burt Club Has Party Burt: The Fortnightly club gave a farewell party and shower for Mrs. Edward Blumer Thursday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. R. ~ Dremmel. C. QUICK RELIEF FROM STOMACH ULCERS i»«"o EXCESS ACID Free Book Tcils of SfSoCSS^" 0 ' 1 ^^ SSSSSS'S.SS^S! 30 ATTEND UNION SOCIETY MEETING trnion: Hie Union Mothers and Daughters club was entertained at the home of Anna Zanke, east of Butt, last Thursday, Nov. 3. Mrs. Helen Voget of Burt assisted. Thirty ladies attended despite the disagreeable Weather. The meeting opened with the club song. Roll can was answered with "Keeping Tab on Washington" and wait well responded to. A paper, "Who Represents America," was read by Louise Romsead. A book review, "Blood On the Moon," 'was reviewed by Mrs. Oliver Graham of Burt ' Guests* included: Mrs. Fred Plumb and Mrs. Walter Heerdt of Union, Mrs. Martin Becker of Burt, Mrs. Stunner Parsons of Algona, Miss Viola Smith arid Mrs. Graham of Burt, Mrs. Ray McWhorter of Portland township, Mr*. Johnson of Lcng Beach, California, a house guest of Mrs. Allen Wood. A delicious lunch was served. The next meeting will be held with Mame Stelnman with Eva GiSch assfttfng on Nov. 17th. Grandchild Dies Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden attended the funeral services for their little -granddaughter, Thursday, Nov. 8, at Fenton. She was the flttt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waldemar LAage. Mrs. Laage was formerly Margaret Tjaden. The daughter was born Tuesday and failed td survive, she was the first grandchild for the Tjadens and they have the sympathy of the community. Entertains for'Aflat . Mr*. Ben Gould was « guest at the Mrs. George Sportgberg home in Algona last Wednesday afternoon 1 . Mrs. Spongberg entertained a few old neighbors and friends In honor of her aunt, Mrs. Marie Chflsten- son, who is here visiting from Jewell. Irene Eisenbarth spent a few days at the Joe Arndorfer home in Oresco township last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson were Sunday dinner guests at the Herman Wlllrett home near Britt. The Thompsons and Willretts are former neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey drove to Sioux City last Tuesday and visited their daughter, Mrs. .Cliff Aalfs and family. Mrs. Aalfs returned with them for a ten day stay. Mrs. Jas. >Cooney, Miss Jennie Cooney and the elder Mrs. Cooney, (Jim's mother), all of Blue Earth, were callers recently at the Frank Thompson home. A. H. 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