The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1938 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 20,1938 23 LUVERNE BOY SCOUTS ENROLLED liuVertte: The first meeting of the LuVerrie Boy Scout troop was held in the town hall Wednesday evening, Dec. 14. The meeting waa called to order by Scoutmaster Ker- inlt Parks. Richard Brink was elected scribe, and 23 boys paid the required membership fee of 60 cents and were enrolled aa scouts. The troop was divided into four patrols. The Deers include Robert Surby, leader, Richard Brink, Junior Huff, Ario Dehnert and Loren Jones. The Cats are Robert Chapman leader, Victor Baumgartner, Alvin Gronbach, Donald Meyer, Gerald Ramus and Paul Will. The Bears are Merlin Baker, leader, James and Richard Smith, Durwood Burtls and Everett Schlpull. The Foxes are Robert Llchty, leader, William Hof, Heal Barton, Harold Walter, Francis Brayton and Robert Wermer- Bon. Mrs. Minnie Fechner has returned from Denver, where she has spent the past two months with her son, Emit The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Nelson entertained the Methodist ministers of the country and their wives at an all day meeting Tuesday. There were 13 in attendance. The Methodist Sunday School class taught by John Brink had a Christmas party at the hall Thursday evening. The evening was spent playing games and Christmas gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Henrietta Northrup has gone to Mason City to spend a short time with her daughter, Mrs. G. E. Herbener, before going to Hillsboro, Wis., to spend the rest of the winter with another daughter, Mrs. Basil Koob. Mrs. Jane Stauffacher is a patient in a Rochester, Minn., hospital, where she was to have had an operation for gallstones Thursday. Her son Harry, was with her. Fred Schneider has also been sick at home. The second group of Christmas carol singers sang their songs at a number of places Thursday evening. The group was made up of the pupils of the fifth and sixth grades and their teacher, Corinne Hubbard. Max Lau has begun to transfer mall between the C. & N. W. and M. and St. L. depots. Thee hange was brought about by the recent death of J. M. Stoddard. Lloyd Stoddard has been In charge of the work since his father's death. The Tuesday club had their Christmas party last week at the country home of Mrs. Albert Genrlch. All of the members with the exception of two were present and Mrs. Genrich's mother, Mrs. Halter, Stoux City, was a guest. Christmas suggestions were given for roll call and an exchange of gifts was made. Christmas games were played and Doris Genrlch was the accompanist for the carol singing which concluded the afternoon's program. The intermediate Christian Endeavor society held their Christmas party at the F. L Chapman home Monday evening. Each member invited a guest and there was a good attendance. Chlnker check was BASKETBALL IS INDIANA'S LEADING SPORT—Indlanpolls, Ind.: Picture shows Paul D. HInkle, Butler University basket ball coach, as he instructs Isis men on the season's hardwood activities. Veteran ball players in the picture with HInkle are, left to right: Laurel Poland, Brownsburg, Ind.; Jerome Steiner, Berne, Ind.; HInkle; and Chester Jaggers, Louisville, Ky. Algona Hi Cagers Drop 4th Game by One Basket, 18-16 E. W. Lusby TRY I'm safe saying that. My own customers won't do it. That's what they're through doing. Maybe they thought it was just another one of their guesses the first time they drove in here for my Special Winter Blend Conoco Bronz-z-z. Now they know they've got the right one, and every cold morning tells them so, and they're getting swell mileage along with starting that never misses. I've even got one man that always had heat in the garage, but keeps it off now, and sdves the expense, and tells me the car never used to start up near as fast as it does on Conoco Bronz-z-z. He's one of the ones that keep sending me in other people, which is a heap sight better than my trying to out-yell all the different brands of gasoline. SPECIAL WINTER BLEND IROM YOUR MILEAGE* MERCHANT WBAY SERVICE tmk Wagon Phone 81-W played, refreshments served, and there was an exchange of gifts. Miss Kleta Finley and Miss Verla Mae Huston were sponsors. The group, led by their sponsors, later in the evening, sang Christmas carols to the sick and shut-ins, visiting 18 different homes. Armstrong Teams Divide Twin Bill Armstrong: The Armstrong girls' and boys' basketball teams divided a twin bill at Dolliver Tuesday night the local girls trimming the Dolliver sextet 42 to 16 while the Dolliver boys defeated the Armstrong quintet 31 to 21. Miss Lorina Berger of St. Joe, is visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. William Hagllnd. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Berger and two children brought her here Sunday. The Royal Neighbors elected of- Icers Friday afternoon at the Odd fellows' hall. Those elected were: oracle, Adelaide Robinson; vice oracle, Amber Wirtz; past oracle, Mary Dundas; recorder, Cora Palmer; receiver, Eda Flier; chancellor, Vtamie Edwards; marshal, Leta rtamhorst; outer sentinel, Nellie •{rough; outer sentinel, Lizzie Schaeffer: manager, Teresa Fuller. Installation of these officers will akc place, January 27th. Seneca Girls Lose Seneca: The Seneca girls' basketball team lost to Ringsted 22 to 21 Tuesday evening. The annual ,Semca i ' program^ ma* program wfll be school bouse Thursday evening. The Helpful Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. J. H. Jensen on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. R. M. Minkel of Swea City gave a short talk after which Christmas gifts were exchanged. Mrs. C. L Morris, San Luis Rey, Calif., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke. <£=»» HARRIS BEOS. Service Station CHROME SERVICE AND CAFE Intenteolfon of No*. 18 and lti» • • • anyone on your gift-list is a gadabout (or an extra-active tori of person) IF she hat a reputation for being "hard on hot*," but lovet stockings which are lovely to look ah... IF you want to give her tomething "extra tpecial" (without too much burden to your budget!)... THEN choose our Hojud Thigh-Mold silk stockingsl They're sheer and flawless. The plus value is in four magic strips in the hemline. They absorb the strain of activity (cause of most hosiery trouble) Come in soon ...and dispose of your gift- problems in a jiffy! MOJUD Thigh-Mold Silk Stockings Bulldogs Have No More 'Contests Until Jan. 6th When Local Will Play Clear Lake Algona high school's quintet lost its fourth straight game Friday night, losing to Clarion by the margin of a field goal, 18 to 16. The m will not play again until January 6 and over the holidays Coach Bindley will hold some practice work in an effort to smooth out the play of the quint before it meets Clear Lake, victor over Clarion in a previous game. Algona showed against Clarion as in previous games, a strong defense, but the Bulldogs could not connect with the basket. Rog Michel, with a pair of field goals and ree throws was a high scorer for Algona with six points. No one else scored more than one field goal, tfarksmanshlp from the free throw ine was much better than hi previous games. The Bulldogs connected on six out of eight tries. But Clarion, although it had only six free hrows as the result Of smart Bulldog defensive work, connected on 'our to nullify Algona's gift shot accuracy. Center continues to be the position >)aguing Coach Findley. As against jilmore City four plays were used o fill the spot during the game with ittle difference in results. Lloyd Spear started the Clarion game at, the pivot post and during the evening Wesley Schultz, Walter Hicks and Bud Lund were tried out. Schultz is the only one of the quartet with much height—all the others are under six feet—but the former football tackle has not function- :he center Jump, Findley can use smaller but niftier players at center than formerly, except that there is then not a tall player on the first five. A preliminary game between the junior high school teams of the two schools also went to Clarion by the score of 18 to 14. First Team's Score Algona (16) Kg Ft Pf Tp Michel f 2 216 Devinef 0 212 Spear c 1 002 Neville g 1 123 Long g 0 010 Lee g 0 000 Schultz c 0 000 Hicks c 1 113 Lund c , 0 000 Totals 5 6 $ 16 Clarion U8> Fg Ft Pf Tp Smith f 2 1 1 S =Cichenbergf 0 131 Bowman c 3 117 Morris g 2 1 0 Thomas g 0 020 Beckett g 0 000 Totals 7 7 18 Burt Club Elects Officers for Year Burl; At the regular meeting of Kossuth Chapter No. 201 last Tuesday evening, the following officers were elected for the coming year: Mrs. R. C. Dremmel, W. M.; J. P. Trunknlll, W. P.; Mrs. J. T. Heaney, A. M.; Walter Sorenson, A. P.; Mrs. John Fisher, Tltonka, conductress; Mrs. Frederlckson, Bancroft, assistant conductress; Lulu Hawcott, secretary, and Mrs. E. E. Paine, treasurer. These officers will be installed at the next meeting Jan. 10. Alice Elghme spent the week end with friends In Des Motnes. Mrs. L. E. Roetman attended a huttermakers' meeting in Algona Thursday. Mrs. Maude Hanna and the R. F. Elvldges were .Fort Dodge visitors last Tuesday. The Band Mothers club held a second card party at the school house Friday evening. Mrs. W. H. Schwietert left last Wednesday for Redfield, 8. D. to visit a 'brother, Mr. Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Brown, Garner, visited at the E. O., C. B. and M. M. Chipman homes Friday. J. W. Dorrance returned home Thursday from Rochester, Minn., where he had an operation several weeks ago. Everett and John Hartshorn, of Ledyard, were business visitors In Burt Thursday and called at the J. P. Cunningham home. E. C. Sanderson returned the first of last week from Iowa City, where he had been being treated at the University hospital. The George Wordens were dinner guests at the Rev. G. H. Wessel home Thursday evening in honor of Lurena Weasel's birthday. The Rev. and Mrs. Thoburn Speicher and son, Billy, attended the sub-district preachers' meeting at I.uVerne last week Tuesday. A large crowd attended the car- nival dance in the new Legion Hall Thursday evening. This was toe. first public dance to be held M the new hall. Mr. and Mrs. Deatt Clapsaddle, Iowa City, arrived Saturday to spend the Christmas holidays with Dean's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and other relatives. The Lutheran Walther League held a Christmas party Wednesday evening. About SO young people attended. The evening was spent at bunco and a gift grab bag furnished gifts for all. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chipman and little son, Mt. Ida, Arkansas, arrived Friday to spend the holidays with Russell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. Russell is In the U. S. Forestry service. Friday was Evelyn Blerstedtfs DANCE TUESDAY, DUO. 27 St. Joe Parish Hall Moe Groyette and his Night Hawks GOcmen— 40c ladies 51* birthday and her brothers and sla- ters and their families and several other relatives gathered at the E. C. Bierstedt home that evening to help her celebrate the evening. Announcements have been! ed of the birth of a diugBte* to.Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holding on Dec. 4 at Faith, 8. D. The Holdings now have two girls and on* bo?. Arthur USBY ThE ELITE Cresco NewlywecU Return from Trip Poan: A wedding dinner was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson Sunday at Cresco at the home of Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Brandow, parents of the bride, and Tuesday evening they were chari- varied at the home of the groom's mother, Mrs. Petra Larson, where ice cream and cake were served to members of the party. Harvey Larson and his bride, the former Mildred Brandow, were married at Titonka, December 1, and then went on a short honeymonn trip. After March 1, they will make their home with the groom's mother on a farm two miles west of the Doan church. Mrs. Tom Elefson and Mrs. Rudolph Larson were Mason City shop-' pers on Thursday, Dec. 15th. The Aid meets Jan. 5th at the home of Mrs. Maude Brink, and with Mabel Hansen assisting. Mrs. L. A. Bolenus and Mrs. A. J. Martinek each have a new vacuum cleaner purchased last week. Mrs. O. E. Hott, Mrs. L. A. Bol- enus, Mrs. Ed Larson and Sheila Ann Hansen are reported as being ill. The annual Chrsftmas tree and program will be held at the Doan church on Friday evening, December 23. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek, Harold and Mr. and Mrs. Wra. J. Martinek spent Sunday. Dec. 11. with the former's sister, Mrs. G. M. Schmitz arid latniiy at Clear Lake. Tht Doan Woman's club held a card party at the home of O. E. Hott on Wednesday evening, Dec. 14. Hevcn tables of 500 were played and the guests exchanged Cbriatmaa Celebrate Birthday : The Art Paul&en family and the Curtis Olsen family enjoyed on oyster supper at tae Curtis Olsen home Wednesday evening and helped Glenn PauLsen and Blanche Olsen celebrate their birthday anniversaries. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Classen and daughter and Martin Enger spent the evening at the Ol- stns. 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