The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 20, 1938
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Algona tipper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 20,1938 176 POINTS SCORED IN 2 CAGE GAMES "West Bend Girls Win «3-17, Boys' Team Loses 62o34 Bend" 8 2 ° P °' ntS t0 u boys Downed th« b ° y , 8 62 to 34 *«» Arncy . Points for Plover. A total of 176 points were scored during the evening. sen«fntf - sen, at Ottosen. The Ottosen boys £ 'X W ^ Bend in a ° Iose e*ml 32 to 29, while the West Bend girls downed Ottosen 42 to 37. *!,m » ' Myfon Booa spent Sunday at the A. D. deal residence in Rolfe. Mrs. C. H. Maberry entertained the Sunshine sewing c i ub at hep home Friday afternoon. .Mr. and Mrs. R. Day and son. Danny, and Mrs. M. T. Munson were visitors In Algona Monday. A nine pound baby girl was born ™™ da y. D ««- «. to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Berninghaus of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Cl&rence Munson and daughter, Robert*, anil Mrs. Ray Watson spent Wednesday In Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lawman And son, Kurt, and Miss Mae Sloan left Saturday for a visit with relatives in Cedar Falls. Tom Kelly moved his family Into the JEarl Pease house, Monday. Mr. Kelly has accepted'a position In the Elbert barber shop. The Happy Housewife club met at the home of'Mrs. Henry Elsler, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. H. Daubendiek and Mrs. Getter Stof- son were guests. Mrs. Tont dllman of Laurens spent Friday at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Munson of West Bend. Clifford Oilman, who has been visiting here, returned home with her. Fenton Home Makers Study Food Costs Fenton: "Adequate Cost of Meals Within Tfour Income" was the discussion In two followup meetings held on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer presented the lesson to ten ladles at her home. This was an all day meeting. The noon meal was prepared by the ladies as part of the lesson. The music listening numbers were played and studied. Mrs. & J. Frank and Mrs. Chas. Newel presented the Ninteen Hundred Thirty-Nine What Will It Mean To You If you have done just about everything you know how to do trying to find satisfactory em- loyment—try one more thing. Bring your ab-, ility to a little higher plane and at the same time avail yourself of the free placement service of an institution that has placed thousands of young people in good positions during the last 38 years. You will be most pleased with the results and 1939 can be your most sviccessful year thus far. Board and room conditibns are veiy good in Mason City. "We can assist you to get nicely located and help you with all other details of arrangement. January 3,1939, a new term will he started and classes will be opened in all departments. The administi'ative offices will be open all through the holiday season except December 26 and January 2. Call, write or telephone for any information desired The Hamilton School Telephone 945 Mason City, Iowa PUBLIC AUCTION OF "Lotts Creek Store" —ON— Wednesday, Jan. 4th AT 2 P. M. Pursuant to Order of Court the undersigned Executor vill offer for sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the "Lotts Creek Store," Including the real estate, buildings, outbuildings, stock of merchandise, fixtures, and all other personal property. The entire property, Including the real estate, stock of merchandise and fixtures will be sold as a going concern andLas a unit, subject to the provision that the real estate, stock of merchandise and futures will be first each offered separately, and will be sold In whichever manner realizes the largest amount to the estate. SALE TO BE HELD ON THE PREMISES Terms—Cash POSSESSION < As soon as settled for. Property will L sold free and clear of all Hens and encumbrances and abstract of real estate furnished. Alsot 1 1»»1 Chevrolet 1% ton truck, complete with cattle rack and grain box. 1 1885 Ford V-8 Pick-up truck. Nick Gengler EXECUTOR, JOHN MARKGHAF ESTATE FRE1I FfcAIG, Auctioneer N. L. COTTON, Clerk STUDENTS IN PARIS ANTI-ITAIJAN RALLY Paris, France: Bearing signs demanding that Corsica remain French and that Venice become French, Parisian students are shown as they marched through the French capital last week. The demonstrators clashed with police lines at St Germain Boulevard and later were dispersed when they as- sembled in front of an Italian exposition. News of Italian troops movement along the French-Italian border on the other side of the Pyrenees lacked official confirmation. Nevertheless the reports Increased the tension In Parts. Reports also spread that Germany and Italy, were uniting to enforce Italy's territorial demands on France. This photo was flown to London and radioed to New York, same lesson' to. seven ladies, at the. former's'home. This was an afternoon meeting. Mrs. W. Jf. Weisbrbd and Irene Krause attended a 4-H training school Wednesday at the Bancroft school. : v Mr. and MM Karl Walla'cS are parents of a four pound daughter jorrt Friday morning, Dec. 16th. This is their third child. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Stevens entertained their 500 club at their home Tuesday night. Art Mueller won high for the men, Mrs. Arnold Klatt, high for the ladles, with the chair prize going to Mrs. John 3ramenz. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dean and Clayton Ditsworth attended funeral services for Mrs. W. W. Ditsworth, 65, who died Wednesday at ler home near Bancroft, services teing held at the Baptist church In Bancroft, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. G. B. Johnson entertained the afternoon bridge club on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. W. V. Yager won high score and Mrs. J. A. Mueller travel prize. Gifts were exchanged after which lunch was served. Mrs. Truman Johnson played as a substitute. The Methodist Ladies' Aid met In the church parlors Friday afternoon. A committee composed of Mrs. E, C. Welsbrod, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mrs. John Light was appointed to take charge of the Good Will Bags. Hostesses were Mesdames J. T. Waite, John Newel, E. A. Huskamp and Chas. Glaus. SERVE LUNCHEON TO BURT-PORTLAND ABOUT 8 CENTS PERSON Portland: The first home project lesson/ a attidjron the coat of Adequate Meals, was given Tuesday, Dec. IStfl, by Mrs". Ruth Seaton- Hlcks, home demonstration agent, at the home of Mrs. C. HV. Slgabee for Burt and Portland townships. Mrs. Hicks informed the women that the results of a government survey shows that the average cost of food for each person is $2 to $3 per week In the cities. Most farm families raise from one-half to two-thirds of their food supply, hence their cash outlay should be much less. Another Item to cut costs Is to buy cereals, dried fruits and less expensive cuts of meats. It is very Important and an advantage to know the cost of the food for one's family. We should consider the food value of sea foods, fresh lettuce, other greens, citrus fruits and etc. before marking them off the list as too expensive. The following well-balanced luncheon was served at noon at an approximate average cost of 8 Mr cents per person: open face cheese and bacon sandwiches, vegetable, cinnamon- apple salad, lemon-cake pudding and coffee. Mrs. Hicks urged the women to eat three sandwiches each and one lady ate four. The following ladies attended: •MN Pre-Inventory Cleanup In Exchange Merchandise ' 3 Living Room Suites ""T """ "~" '"" 1 Nearly new kitchen Cabinet One piano 1 nearly new dining room suite 2 Skelgas ranges 1 all-porcelain coal range ' 2 dining room tables » One day bed \ 2 reconditioned Maytag washers, like new I One used cast iron furnace Several used electric motors One furnace blower, with attachments, in- I eluding a Mercoid f Switch 2 electric ironers One electric two-burner hot plate One dozen radios Several center pieces, stands, lamps, beds. All merchandise in very good condition, some has appearance of new merchandise— and— Priced to Sell BJUSTROM'S Furniture Appliances Easy Terms Christmas Seal Sales Not Up to Par Sale of Christmas seals is falling below expectations, according to county officials working on the drive. Ora Larson asks that contributions still are very acceptable, and necessary, if Kossuth is to meet its quota. Funds from the sale of the seals Is used for preventatlve work against tuberculosis. St. Joe Youngster Has Birthday Party fit. Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg and son, Herman, Anna Kayser, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and daughter, Sheryl Joan, Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Reding, Darlene and Joel and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frlders were last Thursday evening supper guests at the George Wagner homo in honor of the third birthday anniversary of Shirley Wagner. Arthur Illg purchased a new Ford V-8 last week at West Bend. Laurine Berger spent the past week at the William Haglinds at Armstrong helping out in their cafe. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughter from near Livermore were Thursday afternoon visitors of Anna Kayser. Mr. and Mrs. John Thul went to Clarion Thursday to visit at the Jacob Thul home where Mrs. Thul la in a very critical condition. They also visited at the Mrs. J. C. Thul home. Mike Hofers left Monday for his home at Durant, Oklahoma, after working at the Adolph Fuhrmann farm since last spring. Mr. Hofera stopped off at Dea Moines to visit with relatives on his way home. He is a cousin of Mrs. Fuhrmann. from Burt township, Mesdames W A. Stoutenberg, R. W. Black, Robert Ackerman, Lloyd Marlow, Earl Ackerman, Ralph Steward, and Mrs Carrie Ackerman; from Portlanc :ownship, Mesdames W. J. Stewart F. A. Rlngsdorf, Garnie Hood, Ivan Long, M. E. Larsen, B. L. Phelps S. M. Peterson, Ray McWhorter Tony Jandl, Sam Winchell, Geo Lannlng, Mennett Trunkhill, Victor Applegate, Alfred Godfredson and Martin Becker. The next Burt-Portland lesson, on Meat Cookery, is to be held Jan. 25 with Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg, west of Burt. Mrs. Lannlng Hostess Mrs. Geo. Lannlng entertained 11 ladles at a joint home project follow-up meeting and Christmas par;y at her home Wednesday at a one o'clock luncheon. Entertain at 500 Party Mr. and Mrs. John Schneider were tiost and hostess at a 500 card party Wednesday evening. Attending were Messrs. and Mesdames Ralph Roberts, Dave Weber, Alfred God fredson, Tom Clayton and Gfco. Lan nlng. Farm and Pantry Shower A farm and pantry shower given at the Ben Potters, Algona^ las week honoring Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Potter, was attended by Messrs, and Meadames Victor Applegate, Howard Clark and Mennett Trunk- hill. Dwight and wife will start farming in Plum Creek township. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stewart spent Sunday at the John Primislng home at West Bend. Banker and Mrs. Joe Heaney of Burt were Sunday visitors at the John Trunkhill home. „ '•L Mr, and Mrs. Tom. Ctoyton, 'who formerly lived here were visiting' friends Wednesday. They now live near Armstrong. Mrs. Qam Winchell entertained Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lannlng and Mrs. J. F. Draper at an oyster supper on Thursday evening. The Tony Jandl family spent Sunday of last week at Mary Jandls In West Bend, and enjoyed supper at the John Yochs, Mallard. Alfred Godfredson celebrated a birthday Tuesday by sharing a lovely birthday cake and accessories with Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lannlng. Miss lona Godfredson is home after having apent several weeks with her brother, Lyie and wife at Oaage. The latter is now favorably recovering from a recent operation. Eugene Jandl took a freezer of Ice cream and several boy friends furnished other eats and went to the home of Junior Hansen, Titonka, Sunday evening of last week and then to a show. Gifts were exchanged following an fternoon of bridge. Harry Thompson held a farm sale Wednesday, Dec. 14, on his farm ortheast of town. He and his fam- ly will move to Hutchlns, where it s reported, he bought a small arm. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffcr enter- alned their evening bridge club 'uesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Aro Dawson won high score prize and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goetz won aver- ge prize. Cecelia Elsenbacher, Mrs. Rose kelson and sons, Charles and Clarnce of LuVerne spent one day In Fort Dodge last week. They were dinner guests of Father Linus Eis- nbacher. Ruth and John Meuhe drove to Albert Lea, Minn., Tuesday to visit heir sister and family, Mrs. Albert Dirksen. John returned home Wed- icsday, but Ruth remained for n onger visit. Frank Fox is holding n farm sale Txiesdny, December 20 on the farm northeast of town. He and his fam- ly will move March 1st to a fnrm n southern Iowa, Wayne county, which Mr. Fox recently bought. Mrs. Margaret Nickey entertaln- id her bridge club at a Christinas party Monday evening. First prize was won by Mrs. Eldon Ravlln and .ow prize by Teresa Rlchter. Mrs. Ravlln and Mlas Rlchter were guests. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Bottom, Mrs. A. M. Lease and Enar Franzen attended a conference at the Methodist church In Algona Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lease led a round table discussion on "Teaching Senior Students." Imogene Neuroth returned Friday from Adrian, Minn., where she had gone Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Neuroth's cousin. She accompanied her father's two brothers from Haverhill, who also attended the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelah became parents of a seven and half pound baby girl Tuesday. This is their first child. Mrs. Kelsh was formerly Phyllis Studer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer. Mrs. Kelsh and baby are at the Irene Studer home. Mrs. Henry Haverly entertained the members of her bridge club on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. L. Haverly won high prize and Mrs. Tom Forburger received the travel prize. Mrs. Ed Loeblg was a guest. Mrs. George Ward will entertain the group on Jan. 4th. The boys basketball team lost to Swea City there, Tuesday night, by a score of 23 to 17. During the last quarter of the game, only two points were scored by either team and those by Swea City. In the preliminary game Tuesday night the second team lost 14 to 13. SEED CORN Authorized Dealer for Iowa Corn for any type of soil or conditions. Anderson Grain & Goal Co. Homer Anderson 46-tf PLANNING A PARTY? Much of the success of a parly depends upon the finishing touches — the clever hostess knows that. Our Special This Week! Royal De Luxe Mixed Nufs !/4 Ib. 23c 1 Ib. 89c LUSBY'S W* Totat FreOi E»«ry MinnUf MNMMM* ^•••^ '«*fMMtna NUTfiPSIfOP who caresr When deep winter «eU in, Botaford's Peerles* Coal i* still the tops in dependable fuel. A flip of t!ie damper and you'll have a fire that will give you all the heat yon want, regardless of the temperature outside. And ft will not burn out in the blink of an eye> either, because H is a type of coal that holds fire far hours and burns steadily according to the way the drafts are set We urge you to try this dependable coaL For Sate Eiclmlvely by BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phone 256 Jim Pool Lotto Creek Women Go to Whittemore Aid Lotts Creek: Mrs. Nick Gengler, Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, Mrs. Arthur Rusch, Mrs. August Pijahn and Mrs. Herman Mittag attended the Whittemore Ladies' Aid Thursday after- Wesley Auxiliary Meets Wesley: Twelve members of the American Legion Auxiliary and one guest, Mrs. Arlo Dawson met at the George Aldrlch home for a carpet rag and radio party Wednesday afternoon, Deo. 14. Mra. Tom Forburger and Mrs. Aldrich served. Mrs. Fiene is on the sick list this week. A number of women of the Ladies' Aid did some quilting at Mrs. Carl Zumachs Thursday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Rusch, Jr., and family of Whittemore were Thursday evening visitors at the Nick Gengler home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wlchtendahl were Friday afternoon visitors at the Chris Meyer home at Whittemore, as it was Mrs. Meyer's birthday. Eagle Twp. Man Goes to California Swea-Eagle: Harold Peterson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. WalUr Miehe and their children of Armstrong to Los Angeles, Calif., last week where the Miehes expect to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson left last week Monday for Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Anderson will consult doctors at the Mayo clinic. Mike Roehf held a community sale on hia farm south of town last Tuesday. John Ecklund held a ewe sale at" his farm a week ago last Tuesday he sold SO ewes. Both sales were well attended and satisfactory prices are reported. Mr. and Mra. Amos Angle entertained their 500 card club Tuesday evening. Mra. Lawrence Koppen is confined to her bea suffering from a throat infection. Frank Fox is taking two loads of sheep into Chicago, Saturday night, Dec. 17th. Mrs. Oliver Young was hostess to the Willing Worker circle Tuesday afternoon. Ida Young has gone to Mason City, where she will be employed for some time. Joseph Eisenbacher went to Iowa City last week for a check-up at the University hospital. Rose Mary Seller, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Tony Seller, was suffering from a siege of tonsilitis this week Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ravlin were dinner guests Tuesday evening a the home of Supt. and Mrs. Lauthen at Vernon. Father Wagner attended a meet ing for priests of this district in Emmetsburg Sunday evening. J. P Studer took him over. Dorothy Krause returned Monday from a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends at Blue Earth and Minneapolis, Minn. The pupils in Ruth Mary Eisenbacher's school in district No. 9, Prairie township gave a Christmas program on Wednesday, Dec. 14. Mrs. Tony Seller was brought biime from the General hospital at A Igona Wednesday, where she had been following a major operation. The pupils of Prairie township school district No. 3 gave a program Thursday night. Lunch waa also served. Cecelia Eisenbacher is the teacher. Mra. Eldon Ravlin entertained the members of her bridge club Thursday afternoon at a Christmas party. Kossuth County Dog Show & Parade Wed., Dec. 21 Starts 1 p.m. MAIN STREET • ALGONA, IOWA Co-Operation Chamber of Commerce and the Call Theatre 64—GRAND PRIZES—64 <' Longest, .Shortest, Largest, Smartest, Trick; also prizes to best all-ar- <; ,, < - ouud dog from every town in Kossuth county, dog from longest dls- ;; ;; tutice. Free show to all owners and everyone entering dogs. Judges: R. J. Harrington, H. B. White, L. T. Saul PRIZE LIST Prizes Donated by Algona Merchants. Student Lamp Child's Lawn Chair Shirley Temple Dress Marble Game Tennis Racket Christmas Cake Tie and Handkerchief Set Sack of Flour 2 Pies & 2 loaves of Bread Electric Lamp Sweater Cap and Scarf Set Savings Account j Shoe Repair Job Pair of Pin-It-Up Lamps 12 cans Dog Food Haircut Flashlight Sled Tie and Suspender Set Pair of Skates Rocking Chair Manicure Set 3-T Bone Steak Dinners Oil Painting l Can of Auto Polish i Sack of Oyster Shells iChange of Oil j Basket of Groceries Pie '/:: sack of Flour Auto Wash and Grease $1.00 Gasoline $1 Cleaning and Pressing Smoking Stand 1 gallon Separator Oil Box of Apples i If. 1.00 Candy Bars Dressed Turkey Pair of Skiis $1 iii Cash Table Tennis Set Boy's Mounty Mittens 5 ea. boxes of Candy Camera Shirt 1 doz. cans Red Heart Eversharp Pen Box Bar Candy Bill Fold Tie Clip Hockey Stick Pair Silk Pajamas Slippers '2 ea. new Bills Leather Purse Box of Candy & Ib. Coffee

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