The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1938 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 22, 1938
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tTppe* Pea Moinefl, &&>**> lom, Kov. 22,1938 [LONG, LEE ARE STANDOUTS [Elimination of Center ,Wit of Loeala [Who Lack "* iness Algona'n basketball team will be built around Captain Rog Michel, Its only returning regular, Bulldog Coach Hop FIndley Indicated 'at I practice sessions last week. Hopes [for a successful year received a bad Holt on the Initial day of practice Miller suffered ttag" *• • ry I «d during football season, 'both Muler and Captain Jiad -anglness. With Mllle* out S^£ l « y .* ceordto * to °» doctor's [report, FIndley may have to Juggle his line-up to gM more height Fig- wSfe^&K 1 *"^ S? '^bailers r wesiey BcnuirK «n^ W^alter Hlekn up some more he Ire «* Out for Practice From his squad of BO boys re f™ 1 * "or practice FIndley has right players at present a little 'head of the others for starting <* itlons In the opening g^f ,-Unst Bmmetsburg December 2 T*!££ fr™.!^ 11 *" 111111 K °f M ?ch- *"* *"" "", LeRoy Lee, Clar- Jus Bob DIfsworth —js, Wesley Schultz ewis Neville. Just below the eight In, ranking "> eleven more players who will be i strongly for flrst string —---• In this group of Lloyd . r, Julius Baas, Jim Neville. Bug- ne Van Alstyne, Bob Wray, Bud Korck, Jess Reynolds, John Kohli aM> £°. m Konlh »««, Don Smith and jcuss Thorpe. Drilling on Fundamentals Workouts for the flrst few days |f practice have been confined to fundamentals, the squad drilling *" —ssing, pivoting, shooting and j defensive work. Most of the players on the squad kre In good condition as all but one 6 r ;?!» the DkJW wre out for jiootball. One thing which should help Al- kona's team this season particularly Ui the no center Jump rule. That factor Will offset the team's lack of "lelght to a great extent providing *m **""%£** develop a good floo* •"»«• There Is a possibility, too, at Flndley's team may have an age over other conference quintets ' U«at respect since FIndley learn- I his basketball on the west coast Veteran Cager Back; MilleTlSurt —. «. v.«. ffttti&d Stun* Bftrry, one of the first advocates of the no-Jump rule. * POSTPONE OPENER osr ACADEMY SCHEDULE St Cecelia's Academy basketball game with the Knights of Columbus team scheduled for last Friday was postponed to later date because of conflict with other previously scheduled attractions. The (Age squad win have regular work outs this week and the game may be played next week. SLOWLY IMPROVES WM IN JURIES Mrs. Win. Champion of Irvington Has Infection From Broken Teeth Irvington: Mrs. Wm. Champion Is slowly convalescing from Injuries « h « recevled when In a recent car acident Mrs. Champion has'infec- r on J n ner roowth from broken off teeth and the roots of these cannot be extracted due to a broken jaw bone. It is. hoped she may soon be removed to her home. BE A Work Progresses A large derrick and other equipment-was moved onto the Ridge road last Saturday and Work men were busy setting poles' for the hew R. E. A. high line. This branch comes up the LuVerne and Sexton road from the south, Beviews lows Writers The Plum Creek Literary; society met last Wednesday with Mrs. Ethel Gardner as hostess. MUs Margaret Durant talented Algona lady, gave a most Interesting review of Iowa writers for the past iod years. Late In the afternoon lunch was served. The next meeting will be Nov. 30th, with Mrs. Lora Raney. Bunting Proves Poor Pheasant hunters in this community were somewhat disappointed with the results of the open season as bfrdc were not as plentiful as hi former years. The general opinion among farmers Is there should have been no open season this year. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox entertained at dinner last Sunday honoring the 17th birthday of their granddaughter, Mabeline Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller of Burt Mabeline Is a senior at the Burt high school. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel attended the) annual banquet last Thursday evening of the Busy Bee club of Burt township held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leason. This is a social club and the tusbands of the club members were the guests of the evening. NOTE FROM FRIEND ON LUMBER LOAD AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock: J. M. Blanchard received-a carload of lumber from Sllverton, Oregon, a week ago Wednesday. On one of the planks was written a letter to John Cherland from William Hill of there. Mr. Cherland is how possessor of the piece of lumber and will no doubt keep it for many years to come. Mr. Hill Is thought to be a checker. Enter In Cattte Show Merwyn Christensen, accompanied by Hago Worthlngton trucked two loads of cattle to Des Molnes Wednesda ywHere the Christensens Polled Herefords will enter the livestock show there. Boy for Snyders Mr. and MM Ray Snyder are the parents of a six pound 14 or. boy born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. He has been named Richard Ray. Catherine Stebritz spent Friday night with her mother at Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz attended the auto show at Des Molnes Wednesday. Robert Lewis, CGC camp, Bancroft spent the week end at the parental Frank Lewis home. Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman were Friday dinner guests of Mrs. C. W. Heestit Algona. Gerald Hutchison and Wilfred Radlg attended the Oklahoma U.- Iowa State football game at Ames Saturday. Mrs. A. A. and Alex Krueger and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard attended the Presbyterian dinner and bazaar at Burt Friday. Beulah Gladstone and Adelaide Harung, Instructors at Swea City, spent the week end at the Rev. S. M. Gladstones. Lucille and Lois Marlow, accompanied by Palma Joy Olson, spent the week end at the parental Edw. Marlows, Burt Schuyler Bates was building a cupola on the hog house at the C. M. Gross farm Thursday when he feu and Injured his back. Margaret Schloeman spent thi week end with Mrs. Virgil Schrad er, Burt Fern Glsch spent the Week end with her parents at Al gona, Mrs. Charles Morris, Mrs. Wil and P. M. Chrlstenion attended the Helpful Thursday club meeting on Wednesday at the Jay Goddens, near Senjca. « M t?-«, Rex> Wolfe *"<* daughter Edith, Fenton, were Saturday morning visitors at the Calvin Householders. Charles Householder accompanied them home for the day Mrs. Hlhnfl, BHekson, Bancroft, spent Thursday with her daughter Mrs. Donald Blanchard. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Frank, Bancroft, were •upper guests there, Mrs, Erickson returning with them. .. **r. and Mrs. M. L. Cotton and the W. J. Cottons drove to Ames Saturday and attended the Oklahoma U.-Iowa State football game. Mrs. IT. L. Cotton's brother, Dr. Dell Angus and family of Norman, Oklahoma met them there. Lucille and 'Lois Marlow entertained at fhelr sisters, Mrs. Paul Olson In honor of their 14th birthdays, Thursday evening. Attending were Virginia Frye, Catherine Householder. Phyllis Lewfc, Phyl- In Seegebarth, Betty Marlow and Luella Bierle. Mrs. Fred Welsbrod spent Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tt J. Henrlksen, Ringsted. Dale Welsbrod and Marjorie Volgt, of Fenton, spent Saturday evening here at the Weisbrods. Sunday dinner guests here were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sorenson, Ringsted. Doris Blanchard, Mary Ann and Maxlne Flaig, Lucille Genrich, Dorothy Jensen and Mrs. W. J. Cotton were entertained at dinner last Wed,- nesday evening at the Roy Jensens. Mrs. Cotton is in charge of the local Red Cross drive, being sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary and the girls are getting memberships. CLOSING OUT Farm Sale Tuesday, Nov. 29 Sale starts at 12 O'clock 22 cattle, milk cows and heifers: 10 horses; a complete line of farm machinery and other articles too numerous to mention. A complete closing out sale. C. E. Kollasch Nine, miles east and 6 miles south of Algona, 1 mile north of the Hanna ranch', 6 miles north and 1 mile east of Lu Verne. TERMS: 6 months time on bankable notes bearing 7% interest. |10 and under cash. L. A. Matorn, Auct. Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. EUGENE ZEWET, BANCROFT, DIES Services Held at Bancroft With Burial at St. Joe ^Cemetery St Joe: Eugene Zelmet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zeimet of near Bancroft passed away at his home Friday. Funeral services were held at 9 o'clock at St John's Catholic church at Bancroft with interment in the St Joseph's cemetery here. Do You Want MORE HEAT from the Coal You Buy? Naturally you want to spend your fuel dollars for the coal that gives you the most heat for your money. ... THEN TRY Blue Star "The King of All Coals" jYou will find that Blue Star Coal goes at least 120 per cent farther than ordinary coal. It does [not split up under heat nor ignite too rapidly, [but bums clean and dry from the outside in. {Leaves no clinkers and very few ashes. OBDBE YOUB BINS FILLED TODAY Twin Sons Arrive ; -~_~/es received word here'of the birth of twin song to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bornong of FIrsteel, S. D., Nov. 5th. They have one other child, also a boy. The Infants are grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bornong of Firesteel, who are well known here. Mrs. Nick Bornong is a sister of George and John Thul who live here. Goes to Templeton Rev. Nicholas J. Becker left on Thursday for Templeton, Iowa where he will be assistant to Mon- algnor Huesmann. Rev. Becker has been~ at Emmetsburg since his ordination last May. He visited with relatives an'd friends here the flrst of the week. John Thul Is driving a new Ply mouth sedan purchased last week. Thanksgiving will be observed on Thursday with a High Mass and Benediction at 9 o'clock in St Jo soph's church. Mrs. George Hermann and her circle will be in charge of a can party Sunday evening, Nov. 27, in the St Joseph's hail. Mrs. John Kayser of Fort Washington, Wls., visited from Saturday until Wednesday with relatives here Mrs. Kayser was accompanied by her uncle, Fred Droessler. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Devine, who moved near Corwith from this vicinity last spring are the parents of a baby girl born Wednesday, Nov. 18th. The Devines now have a family of two girls and three boys. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and son, Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Wagner were visitors on Thursday evening at the John Thill home near Whittemore. Mrs Thill who has been in 111 health. Is now confined to her bed. Mrs. Thill is a daughter of Mrs. John Fuhrmann Mrs. Mike Wiltgen and Clarence, Cecelia and Irwin visited with Mrs Ed Frazier and Agnes Wiftgen at Des Moines last Tuesday. They were accompanied to Des Moinea by Mrs. George Schueller, Mrs. R. Hogan and Mrs. Joe Meehan of ^Vhittemore, where Mrs. Schueller and Mrs. Meehna visited with their husbands at the veterans hospital. Mrs, George Schueller and Mrs Roy Hogan alao visited at the Herman Kenne home. Norton Algona, la. Shower Given For West Bend Girl West Bend: A pre-nuptial shower was given in honor of Miss Yvonne Johnston, Friday evening, at the tome of Mrs. "Alma Kongsbach. AIM Mae Sloan and Mrs. Myron Boos were assisting Hostesses. The evening was spent playing games and Mrs. Verne Krug won high score n points. The bride-to-be then opened the many lovely gifts. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses. About 26 guests were present •nose from out of town were Mrs. Jary Hundermark of Ottosen, and Mrs. George Lawman of Rodman. Seneca, Lone Rock Split Cage Op«mer« Loo* Rock; Lone Rock play Ont basketball gam« O f the hvwwn on tho local floor Frid*y evening, meeting Seneca. The local bov> lotto 8ea*ca 91 to IS but t&* LuVerne Community Club Has Meeting LuVerne: The first meeting of the Community Club this fall was held at the community hall last week. Tuesday evening. During the busl- j ness meeting a committee was appointed to report on the advisability of sponsoring a Boy Scout troop and a nomination committee for the election of officers at the December meeting was named. The program was in charge of the executive committee and consisted of music by the Little German Band, some wrestling bouts and a talk by D. C Hutchison, Algona, on "The Law. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin were Des Molnes visitors Tuesday. The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid is meeting Wednesday, Nov. 23, wltl Mrs. Harry Von Draska. « Mr8 '« Orl11 Lyon and daughter o What N Cheer was a guest last week at the Gottlieb Hanselmans. Mrs. Allan Thompson, who recent ly underwent an operation for the removal of the appendix. She is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Galloway have moved Into the apartment above Miss Murray's store. Mr. Galloway Is the new manager of the Standard service station. Mr* Flora Raney has returned from Reinbeck, where she has been visiting her daughter and aon-ln- law, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Frel, and her two sons, Arthur and Forrest Mrs, Chas. Boyle and Marjory Lee. Moline. m. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hlgglns, Fort Dodge, spent Tuesday with the Harry Von Dras- kas. Marjory Lee stayed with her grandmother and has enrolled in school here. Mrs. H. E. Peltzke attended the funeral of her sister-in-law, Mrs. F. C. Paul, Clear Lake, Sunday. Mrs. Paul was the third member of her family to die within a period of 13 months They included H. E. Peitzke, LuVerne, and a brother, William Peltzke, Long Beach, Calif. The young people of the Richard Wegners were hosts to the Lutheran Young People's society at the church parlors, Thursday evening. After the business meeting the pas- lf r ;i, Re iY; W"^" 1 *'* KB ve a resume of the life and work of Dr. Walther Games were then played and lunch" Lone Rock Society Plans Bazaar Dec. 8 Lone Rock: The Ladies' Mite society met Thursday afternoon In the church parlors, with Mrs. Harry Hobson and Mrs. Bhill Kraft as hostesses. Plans were made and committees appointed for the an- nu?d dinner and bazaar to be held Dec. 8th. The next meeting will be held Dec. 2 with Mrs. LIIHe Thompson. SENECA SCHOOL GETS BEL RINGER Seneca: The Seneca consolidated school has installed a new clock, which rings all the class bells. This clock was a gift to the school by donations from the 1938-39 senior class plays and the Helpful Thursday club. Clem Dotson Is agajn able to be about hi* duties after his Illness. Mary Hoeck and Iva Merrill called on, Mrs. Martha Steenbarger the latter-part of the week. Mrs. Walter L. Smith, Berdlne and Maurice and Merwln Saunders, of Swea City were called to Mason City last Tuesday where the young people were witnesses on the grand Jury. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Drew and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Drew drove over from Cylinder last Tuesday evening and helped Mrs. Francis Slagle celebrate her birthday and enjoyed an oyster supper. The Helpful Thursday club met with Mrs. Jay Godden last week Thursday. Eva Kracht was assist- nghostess. There were four birthdays and each received a nice assortment of dish towels from all the otBer members. WEST BEND HAN LEAVES HOSPITAL West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daubendlek returned from Carroll. Iowa, Thursday evenlngVhere W. H. has been In the hospital following an auto accident when he hit a truck broadside. He was following the truck and started to pass, and saw a car coming. He could not stop his car in time to avoid running Into the truck so started around the truck, on the shoulder of the grade. Just then the truck turned off on a side road and his car hit the truck. He was alone at the time and was bruised and shaken up. The Basketball teams played their first games, Friday evening on the home floor with Curlew. The girls won by a 12 to 7 score, but the boys lost RADIO Service Ed Genrich Phone B20-H or 99 Seneca Cagers Win 2 Games from Gruver Seneca: The Seneca high school boys and girls' basketball teams played their first game of the season on the home floor against Gruver on Tuesday evening. The Seneca girls defeated the Gruver girls by a score of 32 to 27. Harriet Olsen. one of ast year's regulars, was unable o play because she is confined to nefbed with a touch of pneumonia. The Seneca boys defeated the Gruver boys by a large margin. The score was 52 to 20. !.. I J elpful Thur «lay club met, the home of Mrs. Jay Godden Wednesday afternoon. ~" uuc " Paulson worked at the Ir- .JSLTSS.^?- Verd Ctawon and "nan Claason all of and Lafe 6heeley " —---"—••> «iinn., spent Wednea- ' at the Irvin Classon home. Thankful I surely took hold of the hot end of the poker last week when I complained about the neighbors not bringing In eats. It seems I opened up some canned up generosity with a bang. Result is the Whole Neville tribe Is full of soup. This soup was full of vitamins A, B. C. D, and several other things. This Is Thanksgiving week and good neighbors are one thing to be thankful for. The people of Iowa have a great many blessings to be thankful for. We are not at war with other nations. We have a bountiful harvest The general health Is good, and we are all happy and contented. The people of Iowa are a friendly people. I speak to everybody on the street whether I know them or not and I have never been turned down yet The sweet smile from a good looking girl is worth more than money. It peps a fellow up. Even old fellows straighten up their shoulders and walk along with that springy step. So we are thankful for the girls and after that Thanksgiving dinner Thursday with a heart full of thanks and a stomach full of turkey we have to say— God bless the mothers and the wives Who fill the hives WJth little bees and honey, Mend our sox and help us spend our money. Jimmie Neville STILL GOING [ STRONG . DepartmentS/ores Manager's Sale 3 Ib. Comfort Batts One of our best values for the Manager's Sale First quality cotton, reg. 69c We had a fine week last week. People know sale prices when they get an opportunity, and our busy aisles are proof of the values we are offering. LADIES' RAYON STRIPE UNION SUITS jg c LADIES' TUCK STITCH VESTS-PANTIES 72X84 Part Wool Double Blankets - - - - $2.37 Recent guests at the Edw. Hot and Frank Chambers were Mr. and «rs. Russell Robinson, Bondurant *r. and Mrs. Frederick Meyer, of Corning spent last Sunday at the Ed Meiers, Mrs. Wm. Jrwin and »uJ AV|r8 - Mr - and *&*• Ken- ^7i "y^Cornlng. were guests it the M. L. Bartons. The annual arive for Red Cross members was made last week in ' * *? e ^ under the direction of Those who con- Ime and effort _-.-—= ~...» were Miss Hill™ ^ritiemeier, Mrs. A. C. Evans, Mrs. t. L. Corbin, Mrs. A. H. Hof, Mrs Carl Goettsch and Pearl Scribner. Mr - and Mrs. Dave Biegger returned to their home at Coquille, Oregon, after a month's visit at the nome of hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jrank Biegger, south of LuVerne farmers. During their stay here the two coup es took an auto trip to Minneapolis and as far east as Niagara Falls and Windsor, Canada. Enroute home they visited Detroit Erie, Cleveland, and Chicago. They were away one week. Mrs. Lawrence McDermott accompanied her brother to Oregon and will visit $&*** Celebrates Birthday Waittemore: A number of relatives gathered at the Albert Meyer home Thursday evening to help «r. Meyer celebrate hia birthday. Those who attended were: the Wm «*yer family, the Henry Lauck family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, *». and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, the ultx famfly, Mr. and Mrs Gade and Bill and Law,of Whittemore, and Mr. and Lieb and tw CHILD'S KNEE LENGTH UNION SUITS LONG LEO, LONG SLEEVE CHILD'S UNIONS MEN'S FLEECED UNION SUITS 81XM" GLAZED QUILT BATTS 70x80 Sheet Blankets A value you can not afford to miss, an unusual Mgr.'s Sale feature, reg. 59c 70x80 Cotton Doubles A regular $1.29 value — one of our biggest val ues. Don't pass this up. .MEN'S KEGDLAB 08c UNION SUITS LADIES' RAYON STRIPE VESTS-BLOOMERS HEAVY WEIGHT, BEG. S2c PANAMA OUTING VI INCH REGULAR 12Hc WHITE OUTING Boys' Fall Weight Union Suits 44c REGULAR 29o FANOV SALAD BOWLS RED-WHITE, REG. age ENAMELWARE FULL BLEACHED, ft« I*. FLOUR SACKS Light - Dark Outing 36 inch width- compares with 15c qual. This is one of our best sellers. Every Item is a Bargain that Speaks for Itself! ATTOBNET8 AT LAW ft J. Harrington J. D. Low* HARRINGTON * LOWE Rooms 212-14 Pint Ntttl Bfc. Bid* ALOONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W= B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATrORNETS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bid*. Office Phone 4*7 ALGONA, IOWA HUTCHISON A HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algona, Iowa B. J. Van Ness a. W. Stlllman V AN NESS A STILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Oaylord D. Shumway Bdw. D. Kelt* SHWtWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Qulnby Bldg. Phone n ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WBTH: ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Hutchison Building Phone 306 ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) a B. McMahoB L. E. LJnnan WUJVAN3ffMAHON * LtNNAN Algona, Iowa Phone 3W Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. Bldie. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qulnby Building PHYSICIANS * SURGEONS 3. N. KENEFTCK PHYSICIAN * SURGEON Office formerly occupied by 0r. A, L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 826 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-810 . SURGEON & PHYSICIAN- Office John Galbraith Bldg. MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over old Post Office Phones—Office 197 Res' 194 OSTEOPATHS ) DR. B. W. MEYER ij Osteopathlc Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture Sawyer Bldg., East State St Phone 147 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located In New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166. Residence 7M ALGONA. IOWA DR. L. C. NUGENT DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bide- Phone 313 Algonafiow. OR. C. D. SCHAAP _ . . DENTIST julnby BldR. Phone 1M Res. Phone m AlgoSa, low? A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 89, Residence 859 KARL a HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg hone 44 RJ.,. p hon e 116 REAL EST-TK MURTAGH & SON rh one 109 VETERINARIANS FOX AWINKEL '• ** W - Fo * Dr. J. B. win* »? £i 22 ° Weat state S'««et Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream package* (500 sheeU) which sell lor 7 (5 ,,'or 500 I tlC sheets This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines iht- t"iirbon i^apcr That Satisfaction' Inquire at The Algona Upper Des Moinea- office for parthiclars

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