The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1938 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 6, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Molnes, Algoaa, Iowa, Dec. ft,1938 SWEA CITY WINS FIFTH STRAIGHT CJty; *TM S*ea City capers Won tftetr fifth consecutive victory ffflday ftlght wMSii they won both ends of a double bill from Ledyard hire, the first team with BHs- borough scoring IB points, took a 2? to 23 victory. The home team led at the half 13 to 11 starred for the losers. JB an over time game the Swea City reserves won 19 to 18, after trail- Ing at the half 10 to 5. A week ago Tuesday night SWea City won from Tltonka on the floor here, 14 to 13. This was stiff oppo- sition. The two Pagerlund boys collaborated In the final two points for Swea City with a free throw each. Don Bllsborough with 9 was high point man for Swea City. Rlppen- trop scored 11 points for Titonka. The Swea City second defeated the Tltonka reserves 19 and 14. REA Highline Causes Telephone Trouble Irvington: The patrons on telephone line No. 27 received somewhat poor service on their line the past week due to complications with the R. E. A. high line that Is being Installed. Both lines run parallel to the ridge road and a ground wire on the high line came in direct contact with the telephone line. Are Your Machines Under m, .•^•^••W^— ^— ••• Cover? The weather so far this winter has been in your favor so far as machines are concerned—not much moisture to rust them. BUT—3 r ou can depend on it there will be plenty of rusting before Spring. It will pay you to build a shed for your machines now, get them under cover and keep them in good condition. The shed will be good for many years of repair and machine saving and that means cash in your pocket. See us now for shed plans and costs. F. S. Norton & SOD Phone 229 Algona, la. &gyjKXiC8X8^^ GOETSCH FAMILIES RETURN TO FENTON Fen ton: Mr. and Mrs, R. C. Goetsch and Mr. aid Mrs. R. A. Goetach returned home Wednesday evening after a three weeks' trip in the south. Leaving Fenton, Wednesday, Nov. 9, they drove to Kansas City, thence on to Palestine, Texas, where they spent one night with Mr. and Mrs. Tyre O. Lively. Mrs. Lively is the former Irene Newel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Newel of Fenton. They followed the gulf through the states of Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida, arriving at Palm Beach, where they visited with Mrs. R. C. Goetsch's mother, Mrs. Jennie GHe and two sisters, Mrs. Harry Coates and Mrs. R. C. Warner, also a niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Von Behron. They visited there a week. They reported good surf fishing there, also spent a little time deep sea fishing. R. C. Goetsch landed a 39 pound amber jack, which took three-quarters of an hour to land. Mrs. R. A. Goetsch hooked a sailfish and all had the thrill of landing Rmgfish rangirffe from 15 to 22 pounds. One day was spent In Miami The party returned home through the Carolines, stopped In Lexington, Kentucky and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Court White, former Fenton residents. Went through the pz- nrks and arrived home safely after covering approximate'^: 5,000 miles. The group traveled through the Allegheny, Smoky, Cumberland and Ozark Mountain ranges. HONOR NEW BRIDE, UNION TOWNSHIP Union: A post nuptial shower was tendered Mrs. Eli Gerber, (Pearl Alt), at the Chris Alt home last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Esther Wibben and Mrs. Minnie Speth as hostesses. Twenty-flve ladies attended. Games were played, with Mrs. Floyd Bacon, and Mrs. Walter Heerdt winning. Guessing games were enjoyed with Alice Will and Mrs. Robert Leason as winners. The bride unwrapped her gifts which were numerous. Lunch was served late in the afternoon. Rites for Livermore Man Held at St. Joe St. Joe: Relnhart Schmidt,of Llv ermore was found dead at his home Friday. Funeral services Were heh last Monday morning at 9 o'clocl from St Joseph's Catholic churcl with Father Theobald reading the Mass. Legion Auxiliary of Fenton Has Meeting Fenton: The Legion Auxiliary icld their annual guest day, Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. Ten members and seven ;uests were pr~erfcnt. The Christmas cheer fund was :ent to Knoxvllle and gifts for the children of disabled veterans to Des Uolnes. Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod gave the history of several famous Christmas carols and why they were Written. The remainder of the time was spent singing Christmas carols and telling of childhood Christmas experiences, also one outstanding Christmas they remembered. Baby Girl Born to St. Benedict Couple St Benedict: Mr. and Mrs. Mike Orndorfer are the proud parents of a baby girl born last Thursday This is their fifth child, four girls and One boy. Sunday the Dan Froehfich family were guests of Mrs. Frochllch's brother, Lawrence Ludwlg, at Gar ner. The Arndorfer Bros, disposed of their feeding cattle last Monday They sold to Deckers at Mason City. Mrs. Mary Simons called on Mrs Ben Dorr Friday afternoon and Mrs. Onna Huschka on Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer. Ben Matern and family who are employed at the Roland farm, moved into the Fred Mulert residence for the coming winter months. Irene Grandjennett Is home for a few days. She had been employed at the Neal Smith home and she Will again rusume her work there later. Bud and John Arndorfer, Dan Froehlich, Ben Kunkel, Al Rosenmeyer and Leo Ludwlg all shelled some of their corn crop the past week. Mrs. John Witte and son, Joe, were Mason City callers recently. Mr. Witte has been 111 for some time and went there for medical attention. Mr. and Mrs. J. O.' Downs and Mrs. John Roskoph were Mason City callers, taking Mrs. Downs to have a check-up on her improvement since her recent operations. Miss Ongeline Immerfall departed for her home at Avon, Minn., last Tuesday evening. She had spent nearly two months visiting relatives and friends in the vicinity. Frances Roskoph of Halbur, is visiting in the vicinity. He came to visit his grandmother, Mrs. Anna Huschka last Thursday and spent Friday at the Al Rosenmeyer home. He Is learning the blacksmith trade at the local shop there. They formerly lived here and he is the son of the late Joe Roskoph. Boy Born Thursday To Bartletts, Titonka Titonka: A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlet Thursday. The Bartletts have three other children, all girls, in the family. Returns to LuVerne LuVerne: Mrs. R. D. Kanning has returned to her home after an extended visit with her children at Lattimer and Churdan. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kanning and Mrs. Wm. Nahnsen brought her home. We II Give Your Family ... A Free Christmas TURKEY DINNER MENU VOt B CHOICE FOR FAMILY OF 6 Coiisonune or Fruit CwktaM Roust Turkfy and Dre*biiiK Potatoe* RutubagiUi or Yiuns Cuiulled Apple Salad Choice of Pea*, Corn or Cauliflower Bread or Rolltt and ButU-r Jelly or Pickles and Cranl»eiTir«, Choice of Beverage Pie, Cake, or Ice Crcuiu WITH EACH SALE PROM NOW TO CHRISTMAS OF A Roper Gas Range We'll set up a fine Christmas dinner fora family of six, without any additional charge to purchaser. Select what you want from above Menu, order it from your grocer, we'll foot bill! But you'll profit far more in months and years to come from the pleasure and the economy of your New Roper Ga.s Range. SAVES TIME! SAVES MONEY! SAVES FUEL! RETAINS FRUIT JUICES The Roper ia featured by "Waterless" Flavor-seal cooking. You enjoy perfect control and proper locution of heat always. EASY TERMS-COME IN AND SEE THEM AT BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE HOME APPLIANCES DISTRIBUTORS ALGONA PROPANE GAS. CLEANER, QUICKER, CHEAPER TAUGHT 40 YRSAGQ IN ST. M SCHOOL; St. Joe: Sister M. Amalia, from Columbia College, Dubuque, visited with relatives here Sunday. She was accompanied here by Sister Cordla, who was a teacher in St. Josephs school about 40 years ago. *Mary Jane Reding spent the fcwek end at the John B. Recjng home. Mrs. William Hammer was on the sick list last week with a throat Infection. Mrs. John Thul and Amanda were Tuesday afternoon visitors at the James Becker home east of Livermore. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Devine was baptized Emily Elizabeth. Sponsors were Mrs. Frank Reding and Jack Devine. Helen Homan started work last week at the M. T. McGurle home. Miss Homan, who is from Cedar Rapids, Neb., worked the past two months at the Henry Hermanns. Alvin and Clarence Erpelding from Trinity Co/.ege, Sioux City, and Richard Thu from A. I. B., Des Moines, returned to their schools on Sunday afternoon after spending several days with relatives. RANGES $8&50 AND UP INSTALLED All insulated ovens and thermostat control and all porcelain. MRS. JOHNWALKER DIES IN OREGON Word came to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hough last week of the death of Mrs. Olive Salisbury Walker at the home of her brother, Will Salisbury, In The Dalles, Oregon, on December 30, last Wednesday. Mrs. Walker, whose home is in Hollywood, California, had gone to The Dalles, where the Salisbury family were holding a family reunion, and at the same time settling up estate matters. Mrs. Walker, thpugn not in the >est of health, had not been seriously ill so far as is known. She was taken suddenly ill December 19, with cerebral hemorrhage and med- cal science proved of no avail. Olive Salisbury, was born near fVhittemorfi in 1873, and her parents, tfr. and Mrs. Bert Salisbury moved to Algona while she was a little child. She graduated from the Al- ;ona schools and afterwards taught n the Algona schools. She was a charming anad popular young lady md married John Walker, a well mown Algona young business man. I About 15 years ago they with their children moved to Hollywood, Cali- 'ornla, where Mr. Walker died some rears ago. Three children survive: John, Gordon, Walter, and Ruth Mrs. Earl Kstep), all in California. Urs. Walker's mother was a sister of the late Geo. L. Galbraith, Mrs. eter Purvis and Mrs. Joe Nlcoulin. She leaves a brother and two sisters: Vill of the Dalles, Oregon; Mrs. Jeatrix Harrison of Santa Clara, California, and Mrs. Stella Sisson of i lollywood, California. The funeral was held at Hollywood Saturday, Dec. 3. Many old Algona riend.s will extend their sympathy. Irvington Aid Will Sponsor Xma* Pat-ty Irvlngton: The annual Christmas party of the local Presbyterian church sponsored by the aid society, will be-held at the .church on Friday eve Dec. 19th, at 7:30 o'clock All friends connected With church are cordially invited. A light lunch will be served. Mrs. Loren Brown was ill several days last week with the flu. Several other cases have also been reported. Mrs. Earl Crouch, tt Fenton, sister of Edward and Clarence Mawdsley, local residents, la confined to the Kossuth hospital. At latest reports she was somewhat improved from her Illness. Wm. Beckman of Waverly arrived last week to spend several days as a guest: of his sister, Mrs. Chas. Egel. Mr. Beckman Is a traveling salesman, and plans on going into Chicago Soon to attend a company convention. Mrs. J. M. Cox was very pleasantly surprised last Monday afternoon when a number of her friends went :o her home to help her celebrate her birthday. The party was ar- ranged b? Mrs. Cox's daughter, Mrs. Eftrt Miner of Burt Mrs. Sfen Leigh tfcuS nc«*at last Thursday to ih* Fatnt Bureau ladles of Sherman and LuVerne townships, at aft all day session which lasted from teh, until four. Mrs. Hicks, the county home demonstration agent, presented the lesson. ft Has recently been reported that Mr. and Mrs. Albert Butterfleld, former Irvlnston resident*, have purchased & farm In the Tltonka community to which Wrty will «6Va on March 1st. At present the But- Wflelds are living In Union town* shit). Mrs. Stella Terhune Wag hostess to the Irvlngton Ladles' Aid society last Thursday afternoon. Mrs, O. L. Miller, club president, wnsjn charge. After a short business meeting a delicious two course luncheon was served. There were several guests present. The Friendly club of Blverdale township will have their annual club banquet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behrends, Wednesday evening, Dec. 7, when the ladles Will be hostesses to their husbands. A play by local talent will provide the entertainment for the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh entertained a number of guests on Sun- those present tat dinner *» e arid Mrt. Richard Thompson and son tit* Mrs. LflttUs Thompson, all of Bart, Mrs. Clara Lewis and daughter, Ella of Algeria. Sunday evening supjWr guestt wer* BdwM Dean of Corwith, Miss Rath Lund and Willis fitherington of Algoha. PORTLAND BAND , MOTHERS Portland 1 : Band mothers who attended a reorganization meeting at Burt Tuesday evening included the Mesdames Alfred Qodfredson, font Trenary and Marti* BeckA*. Plans Were made for a series of benefit card parties. Hie first one was held Thursday evening at the high school. Prizes won by Portland folks were: high at bridge for men, Ted Rlngsdorf; high In five hundred, Tom Trenary for* men and in 500 for Women, Mrs. Roscoe Stewart. The next party is tcj be held EMday evening, Dec. 16th. Mr. and Mrs. Garnle Hood and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Slgsbee also Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf attended the card party at Burt Thursday evening. West Bend Cagers Divide 2 Games ~ West Bend: The West Bend bas- cetball teams played the Rodman earns at Rodman, Friday evening. The West Bend girls defeated Rodman 66 to 24, while Rodman boys downed West Bend, 32 to 25. Ben J. Banwart has purchased the ry service station in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Carl tUsenbast took heir small son to Fort Dodge, Saturday. The baby has been ill for ome time. Mrs. Eddie Anliker, who is in the capital in Fort Dodge, undergoing reatments for lock jaw, ia some- vhat Improved. Mrs. L. J. Kahler returned home hursday after spending Thanksgiv- ng with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Curl in Cedar Rapids. Miss Mary Montag returned to Jte, Friday with her brother, Fath- r Bernard Montag. She will act as lousekeeper for him in his home, here. Ben Zaugg has moved his family 0 their new home south of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ban- vart are now living on the farm oc- upied by the Zauggs. C. H. Daubendiek of Marcus was 1 business visitor in West Bend on Thursday. He returned Friday ac- ompanied by his sons, William who ias been working in West Bend. Mrs. Ada Sloan and Misses Charene Munson and Mae Sloan motored .o Cedar Falls, Monday. Mrs. Sloan remained for a few weeks' visit while the Misses Munson and Sloan returned home Tuesday morn- 'ng. GIFTS WRAPPED FREE IN VERY SMART INITIALED WHITE AND RED BOXES Wilson V-Shaped Shirts St Benedict Farmer's Corn Crib Bursts St. Benedict: One of Leo Ludwig's wire corn cribs burnt last week and about 800 bushels of corn lay spread on the ground, His grain elevator was also practically demolished. St. Benedict Family Will Leave Parish St. Benedict: Many from here attended the farm sale of Charles Kol- Jasch south of town recently. They will move to Livermore where Mr. Kollasch is at present conducting a pool hall. NOTICE UV SALE OF SCHOOL KU.\U I,A*US Notice In hereby jflven tra.t the Uuurd of Supervisor)! of KonButb County, Iowa, will offer for Bale the following Uesvrlbud land situated In Slieiman Township: Thu Buutheuut Quarter of the Northwest Quarter In Section 23, Township 94, HanKu 28. Said lana to be suld to the f-lfchcttt bidder for an amount not lefstt than the upprulaed value, as determined by the Trustees of Sherman Township and approved by the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa. The term* of the Hale fihalf be for cash or one-third cash and tha balance on a credit r.ot exceeding ten yearn, with Interest on the same at the rate of not lens than six per cent per annum, to be paid at Ue office tit the County Treanurer In Al- jiona, Iowa, The sale of the above described property will take place at the Court House In A IKONS., In Kossuth County. Iowa, on the 26th day of January. 1931, at the hour of 2 •.•'clock P. 11 Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 23rd day of November, 1938. E. a. KINSEY, lfc-49 County Auditor. of striped inadi'as.. With new improved collar that requires no starch and is easy to launder $2.00. Other Wilson Bros. Shirts 1.65 2.00 2.50 Botany Ties Wilson Bros. No-Belt Pajamas The only pajaina with the comfortable No-Belt elastic waist band that is guaranteed. $1.95 to $5.00 OTHER SUGGESTIONS • Rugby Gloves • Bradley Sweaters • Buffer Hose • Hickok Men's Jewelry • Mallory Hats • Rabhor Robes • Botany Mufflers ALL IN GIFT BOXES All wool ties that are not bulky and Do Not Wrinkle. Men prefer them to any other tie because they wear bettor and tie better. Only $1.00 Handkerchiefs Beautiful white initialed handkerchiefs Either 3 to a box or single, with rolled edges and fast colors Boxes of three—SOc, 75c, $1.00 STEELE'S HIS GIFT SHOP i$tidiftii»gft&^ Read Tne Want Acts—« **y» ( •"•• •"•• *•—•

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