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The Algona Upper Des Moineg, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 29,1938 FEOTONSOCICT1ES, CLUBS BUSY DURING YULE HOLIDAYS Parties, Programs, Election of New Officers held ; In Many Meetings in Past Week Fenton: A Christmas program •was presented at the center school 4 miles west of town on Friday evening. About 70 people attended Dorothea Gerhart Is the teacher. The St John's Lutheran choir went singing carols on Thursday evening, also the Standard Bearer society with their counselor, Mrs. ,V, 3. Tatum, the same evening. On Friday evening the pupils of the Lutheran parochial school sang while the Epworth Leaguers accompanied by Rev. J. G. Waterman sang at various rural homes. Christmas programs were presented at both the Methodist and St. John's Lutheran churches on Christmas eve. The Birthday club was entertained Wednesday out of town, the meeting being at the home of Mrs. Martin Meiners in Ringsted. Twenty-four members attended. Guests were Mrs. William Meade, Mrs. Geo. Meiners and Mrs. George Jensen, all of Ringsted. The program committee consisted of Mrs. Bill Juhl and Mrs. Oscar Solberg; refreshment committee, Mrs. William Reasoner and Mrs. Marion Brown. The next meeting will be Wednesday, Jan. 19, with Mrs. Irvln Solberg. The Fenton community club met In the Legion rooms last week Monday evening. About 35 members attended the oyster stew supper. B. G. Berkeland and Geo. Stems were new members present A rising vote of thanks for their unselfish service the past year was given the retiring officers: president, Walter Ohm; vice president, Lester Wels- brod and secretary-treasurer, Clarence Theesfleld. New officers for the coming year are: Harlan Gaard, president; Ray Stosber, vice president; J. Wallace Smith, secretary-treasurer. A membership committee was appointed by the president and consists of Albert Mitchell and J. A. Schwartz. Fenton Forward 4-H club held Its annual Christmas party at the home of Us president, Irene Krause, on Friday evening. Attending were 16 members, the club leader, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and her assistant leader Lortfna Dreyer, two guests, Alice Dreyer, R. N., Des Molnes, who was a former club president, a former county president and a very active member, being In the club work nine years. The other guest, Alvlna Dreyer, also an active member, introduced poetry Into the club, compiling a book of poems which were brought In by the various members. A short business meeting was held at which time the following officers were elected: president! Dorothy Dreyer; vice president, Kathryn Ohm; secretary, Faith Finnestad; treasurer, Irene Krause; historian, Marion Finnestad ; reporter, Shirley Frank. Chinese checkers were played after which there was an exchange of gifts. The Independent Idealist 4-H club entertained the boys' 4-H club at a Chlrstmas party on Thursday evening at the home of Helen and Lloyd Kern, club members. Various games were played. Rachael Weisbrod presented some tap dancing numbers and a Christmas recitation. Twenty members were present, also a guest, Clifford Bltghton of Emmetsburg. A grab bag furnished gifts to everyone. Refreshments were served. WESLEY YOUNG MAN MARRIED Wesley: Delia Smidt, of Kanawha and Harold Pommer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pommer, were married at the home of the bride's grandfather near Kanawha at six o'clock Thursday evening. The Rev. Plees- cher of Kanawha performed the ceremony. Mrs. Pleescher played the wedding march. The couple were attended by Hanna Mae Pommer and George Smith. The bride wore a wine dress with matching accessories. Her attendant wore te«I blue with accessories to match. Their bouquets were of lavender and white chrysanthemums. The Rev. ana Mrs. Pleescher sang a duet, and after the ceremony a plate lunch was served. The color scheme was worked out In lavender and white and the couple was married under a beautifully arranged arch. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Pommer will make their home southwest of Woden. Friends of Milton Fox will be sorry to learn that he has been quite seriously 111 In California, where he is spending the winter. His daughter, Mrs. Carroll Johnson, reports that he i.s better now, and has recently moved to 1943, S. Harcourt Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. SECRET WEDDING OF MARY GISCH, JOSEPH UCHTER IS ANNOUNCED Union Girl, Algona Young Man Were Married Last Summer Union: Miss Mary Glsch, popular Union township girl and an Algona boy (Joe Llchter) were secretly wed this past summer and news of the event just leaked out upon Miss Gisch's resignation from the teaching staff of the Lone Rock high school. ' Miss Gisch is one of Union's most talented and popular girls. She has been a successful teacher for the past several years besides rural schools she having taught in the town schools of Pioneer and Lone Rock. Her pleasing personality won for her many friends. She was also one of the outstanding 4-H club girls and later assisted in their leadership. Joe Llchter has been In the employ of Bartholomew Bros, construction firm and is a son of Henry Lichter. Their many friends wish them much happiness. Their plans for the future have not been learned. Rachel Gisch, pneumonia patient, is improving nicely. Mrs. Louis Bode is able to be up and around after a siege of the rehumatlsm, which confined her to bed for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Speth and children of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Gerber, West Bend, and Albert Volght, Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests at the Rudolph Will home. The Rudolph Wills were the gueats of the Alts on Christmas. Whittemore People Attend Mother's Funeral in Clarion Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher and sons, Joe and Eddie and the Mike Thul family of here attended the funeral, Saturday, of Mr. Thill's mother, Mrs. Jacob Thul of Clarion. Mrs. Thul had been ailing for quite some time and was 76 years old at the time of her death. Mrs. Thul is survived by her husband, three sons and six daughters. Pat Farrell of Eagle Grove spent Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Nell Farrell. Paul C. Urich spent Christmas day with his mother, Mrs. Mary Urich at Duncan. The Arthur Balmer family of Maple Hill were Sunday visitors at the John Meine home. Robert Flnnell, Jr., of Ames was a week end guest at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fln- nell, Sr. The Martin Meyer family of Garner spent the week end with the William Meyer and Fred Striieck- er families here. The Geo. Schultz family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz of here and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pot'ratz and sons of Lotts Creek were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Peter Christensen home at LuVerne. Cleophus Cullen returned to his home here one day last week after spending the past six months in California. Ed Cullen of Beaver Dam, Wis., and the Steve Cole family of Cedar Falls spent their Christmas vacations at the John S. Cullen home here. Francis Fish of Minneapolis and John and Fred Fish of the CCC at Bancroft spent Christmas with their mother, Mrs. Maude Fish. The 'ormer returned to his work Tuesday while the latter two will remain for two weeks before return- ng to their duties at Bancroft. Be sure) to read thl* book before) you buy any used car at any price. What we promise, we put in black and white . . . your fullest guarantee cf complete satisfaction. Let u* show you how to save with safety. 1938 FORD TUDOR with heater—low mileage 1937 FORD "60" TUDOR with heater and trunk 1937 FORD "85" TUDOR with heater and trunk, radio 1937 FORD COUPE heater and defroster 1937 FORD DELUXE SEDAN with heater and radio 1937 CHEV. MASTER DLX COACH heater, and new tires 1936 CHEV. MASTER DLX SEDAN heater at only 1936 FORD TUDOR, with heater 1936 FORD TUDOR heater ' 1935 FORD TUDOR with heater 1935 CHEVROLET COACH with heater 1933 FORD TUDOR with heater $ 565 $ 395 $ 475 $ 465 .•505 $ 495 $ 395 *395 $ 310 $ 285 $ 26S $ 225 Bancroft Colfege Students Vacation Bancroft: The following college students are spending Christmas vacation in Bancroft at the homes of their parents: Joe Saunders, St. Ambrose College, Davenport; Junor Pefferman. Waldorf College, forest City; Raymond McCarthy, Columbia College, Dubuque; Edward Kramer, Creighton University, Omaha; Anthony Kramer, Campion High School, Prairie du Chien, Wis.; Richard Underkofler, Allan Murphy, Harlan and Viola Hutchinson, Emmet, Margaret and Mary Elaine Devine, Iowa State College, Ames; Kenneth Devine, Antoinette Hart, Frank Baker, Billy Welp, University of Iowa, Iowa City; Norman Kohnke. St. Thomas College, St. Paul; Miss Eileen Murray, St. Catherine's College, St Paul; and Miss Helen Droessler, St Theresa College, Winona, Minn. 1934 Terraplane coach, first $125 takes it CHEAP CARS 1929 Ford Coupe $65 1929 Chevrolet Coach $60 WE TRADE—YOl'K FKE8KNT CAK -MAY MAKE THE DOWN PAYMENT Kent Motor Co. Sales Service N. J. Schiltz is very ill at his home with pneumonia. Mary Helen Goche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goche, spent Friday at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Bridget Qulnn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCarthy and family spent Christmas with Don's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCarthy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Guest, of California came Thursday evening and will visit at the home of Mr. Guest's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guest. St. John's high school dismissed Friday at noon. School will commence again January 2. The impib of St. John's will enter their" new school building then. Raymond McCarthy returned on Thursday from Dubuque where he attends Columbia College. He Is spending his vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCarthy. St. John's Colden Tide defeated WESLEY PTA HAS REGULAR MEETING Wesley: The P. T. A. held their December meeting in the Klelnpeter hall Tuesday night with a crowd of about 70 In attendance. A play directed by Mrs. Olaf Funnemnrk and Mrs. Esther Skow was the major part of the program. Members of the cast included Ruth Rlchter, Mildred Funnemark, Ethel Flora, Jean Bottom, Verla Johnson, Lucille Olson and Jean Johnson, together with a men's quartette, Enar Franzen, Jack Rlchter, John Hlld- man and Ralph Goodnow with Helen Franzen, accompanist. Mrs. Vincent Klelnpeter read a Christmas story. Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer, president of the P. T. A., gave a talk on tuberculosis seal history and program. The group voted to donate $5 to each local school for Christmas treats. Mesdames Julius Kunz, Frank Kouba, Jr., and L. L. Lease were appointed as a committee to see about buying an electric stove to be used for lunches. Two large coffee pots will also be purchased. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Zerbe were Tuesday evening supper guests at the C. W. Gosllns at Woden. A card and dance party will be field Wednesday night at the lodge hall sponsored by the C, D. of A. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clark of Bancroft were visitors at the Thomas McMahon home one night last week. Lou Bolenus left Tuesday morning by train for Davenport, Washington, for a visit with his brother, Henry. Mrs. Lawrence Koppen has suffered a severe throat Infection for the past week or so and has been confined to her bed. Dr. R. K. Richardson attended the Christmas party of the district Osteopathic Association at the Algona Hotel Monday night. Clare McCall, Bernard Erdman id Mary Ellen Bottom, student* at Cedar Falls earn* home Wednesday for the holiday vacation. Mrs. Alfred Nelson and Helen and the Tom Nelson family of Clear Lake spent several days last weeft with relatives at Fontanelle. Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg and Daisy Macklemnrry left Wednesday morning for Clark. S. D., to visit their parents over Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neurtoth and Imogene visited Tuesday evening at the Jack Grant home in Britt. Pat Grant returned with his grandparents for a few days' visit Leonard Alne came home from St. Olaf college at Northfleld, Minn., Friday evening to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Aine. He accompanied the Funne- marks home. Mildred Benton, Emmetsburg teacher, came home Tuesday to spend the holiday vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Benton. Classes resume at Emmetsburg on Jan. 4th. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Zerbe attended the Christmas party of the North Iowa Press Association* at the Franklin Hotel at West Bend Friday night. Editor and Mrs. Frank Koch were host and hostess. A good crowd attended the farm sale at the A. A. Studer estate farm held by Alf Studer, Wednesday, Dec. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer of St. Benedict will move on this farm March 1st. Loren Lease, younges* son of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease, received one of five prizes in a national cereal contest recently. The prizes were offered for the most unusual pictures of animals. Loren received a large doll as his prize. A miscellaneous shower was held Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 28, in the lodge halt, here honoring Marie and Imelda Foertsch, daughters of Mrs. Will Foertsch. The girls will be married to Ferruan and Charles Heinen of LuVerne at a double wed- Son Born to Milton Weisbrods, Fenton jFenton: Mrt. and Mrs. Milton Welsbrod are parents of a 7% pound son born Friday morning, Dee. 23. They have a daughter, Marlene Sylvia, who is nearly two years old. Mrs. Weisbrod is the former Mildred Schoenwetter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Schoenwetter of KHernme. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schoenwetter of Garner. The new arrival is their second great-grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Parrlsh of Moline, HI., visited Thursday with the Don Weisbrods. Mr. and Mrs. Chan Dalley and son, Jimmle, of Algona spent Friday evening at the R C. Goetsch home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wlddel and children were entertained Friday evening at the Frank Bailey home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Price, Lakota, spent Thursday at the A. R. WUlrett home. Mrs. Price and Mrs. Wlllrett are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Wflfred Relmers and son of Des Molnes arrived Saturday morning and spent the day at the Henry Relmers home. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod attended a meeting of the Christian Council of Religious Education held on Tuesday afternoon at the Rev. Dom home In Burt. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace visited at the Clifford Wallace home In Forest City on Saturday. They also called at the Andy Wallace home, Buffalo Center. Miss Edith Laage and Miss Florence Weisbrod, Des Moines, arrived Wednesday evening for a two weeks' vacation at the C. F. C. Laage and W. J. Weisbrod homes. Mr. and Mrs. .Chas. Newel drove to Des Molnes Friday after their son, Harold, who will spend the holidays here. Harold is a second lieutenant in the United States Army. Ardls Volgt, teacher at Tltonka, Frances Bailey, teacher at Gritt Edmund Krause, student at Ames, and Hazel Welsbrod of Des Moines, arrived the last of the week to spend the holidays with their respective families. / Mrs. Lily Irmen and daughter, El- olse of Minneapolis arrived Thursday at the E. C. Welsbrod home. Joyce Irmen also of Minneapolis, and Stanley Munch of Benson, Mln- neota, came Saturday to visit at the Welsbrod home. West Bend Oroum Hold Xmas Programs West Bend: The Presbyterian Sunday School held its annual Christmas program Wednesday evening at the church. The Methodist Sunday School held its annual program Friday evening and the Lutheran congregation on Saturday evening. Theg rades presented their operetta "A Mischievous Mouse In Toy- land", Thursday evening. It was very well rendered by the little people. A fair-sized audience was in attendance. {Mrs. Golda Wooley and con, Roger, bf Nttvada, Iowa, cam« Ftfday evening for a week end visit with relatives. Mrs. Belie Hiiborn and son, Harley, spent Christmas with their son and brother, Harry Hllborn and family in Iowa Falls. Robert Daubendiek. who attends business college in Mankato, Minn., la spending the Christmas vacation with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rinehart and Jean Johnston of Peorla, 111., arrived Saturday'for a short stay with his mother, Mrs. Henry Rinehart and Jean's mother, Mrs. Bertha Johnston. A USED FOittO i/ 3 IS A GOOD DEAL FOR YOUR MONEY!' J'JW^ Penton here Tuesday evening 13 to 10. Tommy Devine scored 12 points for St. Johns. The St. John's seconds defeated Fenton seconds 17 to 3. Don Dudding lead the scoring with 11 points. St. John's next game will be on Jan. 4 when they will play Lakota here. FederafAiTOfficial To Be Here Soon A government aeronautical official is expected to be in Algona some time in the near future to talk over possibilities and requirements of the United States government bur- i-uu of aeronautics, with regard to u loral airpurt. Procedure with the plan to bring buch a port here must of necessity be slow and cautious. Major Leslie Saul point.s out that many airports today cannot get A-l government approval because when they were built, construction was such that the ports today cannot handle the larger ships, anfl in Algona's case, he hopes to find out what the government asks for in a.n airport to give it an A-l rating. After that is determined, and if officials of the city believe the idea ha* merit, it is expected that the question may be put up to the voters in a special election. The cost of such a project would not be especially great, considering its importance, but it would require approval of city voters before the city could officially sanction such a move. ding here January 3. Clem Ohnvan left Tuesday for a vacation with his parents in Greeley, Kansas. He accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger, Aide and Tommy, who are visiting Tom's relatives in St. Louis, Chicago and several other points In Illinois. Mr, Ohman has been employed at the J. L. Haverly farm for the pa,st year. Miss Fidelia Skow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Skow, is listed on the honor roll at Waldorf College, having maintained a better than "B" scholastic average during the first period of the school year, a report from the college reveals. Mi:,s Skow, a sophomore teacher training student, is head librarian at Waldorf and editor of the Lutheran Students Union Messenger. All of te officers of the Exchange State Bank were re-elected at the annual meeting Tuesday. The meeting was handicapped by the absence of two directors, Andrew Gollner, who U in an Algona hospital recuperating from an operation he submitted to last Thursday and C. J. Sherman president, who is confined to his home. Cashier Guy M. Butts, announced the officers report a satisfactory year for 1938. FARM LOANS <r Low Inter**? /Long Term «/ Fair Appraisal */ Prompt Service McDonald Land Co. Algona Iowa MONTANA PEOPLE VISIT PORTLAND a to «»end the holidays. They ave been employed In thlsviclnlty. Mf. and Mrs. George Thul and Mr. and Mrs. John Thul attended tha Portland: Mr. and Marsh and daughter, Mrs. Roy Ma* ffotti Montana, spent the past week visiting With the Roy, Lyle and E. O. Manns. They also visited the Wm. Wagners, Decorah. Mrs. Marsh Is the former Viola Caulklns, a niece of Mrs. E. O. Mann, and a cousin of Mrs. Wm. Wagner. Miss Ida Marsh visited school on Monday with Miss Letha Mann, teacher at No. 8 school. (Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Mann entertained at Sunday dinner, the Roy Manns, Lyle Manns and also Mell Petersons and Lois Mann, Fort Dodge, in honor of the Marsha. Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. Stewart were host and hostess at a 500 party to a group of neighbors. Lois Mann, who teaches a school near Fort Dodge,' came home oh Friday for a Christmas vacation. Nedra Wolf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kd Wolf, fell while skating last week Sunday and Injured an ankle quite severely. Joe Zanke plans to go to Rochester the first of the week or soon after Christmas. Re has been ill for a number of weeks and treatment there seems necessary. Dorothy and Betty Stewart held a 4-H club business meeting Monday evening. Calenders were planned for the coming year. Mrs. Ruth Hicks, Home demonstration agent, Algona, came to assist. Others were Misses Virginia and Viola Trenary, Lavina Jandl, Donna Jean Bollo and Mesdames Tom Trenary and Martin Becker. 200 Attend St. Joe School Xrnas Program St. Joe: A Christmas program given last Wednesday evening by the St. Joseph's school was attended by 200. A very good program was presented. Darlene Reding spent last week at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughters from near Livermore were Christmas afternoon visitors at the John Thul home. Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer entertained at their home Christmas evening in honor of the second birthday anniversary of their twin daughters, Janet and Joyce. Helen Kramer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer, underwent a major operation at the Kossuth hospital last Monday morn- Ing. Helen Homan and Ambrose Wlaschen accompanied Clarence Smith to their homes in Nebras- IW Pi ill irtll I.IMII Cimttm, * tmmtm IF YOU RAISE Hybrid Corn— It will be money in your pocket to get the facts about lowealth, before you order hybrid corn. IOWEALTH King of f ft* Hybrids hat won more yield te»t awards and performance test awirds, year after year. It produces 10 to 20 buihelt more corn per acre, stands up in high winds, it drouth rciiitant, bug retitt- ant, diteate rciiitant. Produced and guaranteed by one of the world*! largett growert. Never told by agenti or canvaueri. STOP IN— SET OUR MICE* Hobarton Co-Op. 'Elevator Phone 86F1 B. I* Reid, Mgr. Credit Ass'n Meets Farmers and stockmen in Dickinson, Kmmet. Kossuth, Clay and Palo Alto counties will attend the annual stockholders meeting of the Emmetsburg Production Credit association on Friday, Jan. 8. H. J. Bode- of Algona is a director. As We Come To The Close of 1938 -- we want our friends and customers to know how much we appreciate their loyalty and friendship during the past twelve months. It lias (made the year a good one for us in spite of all handicaps. For this we thank each and everyone of you sincerely and wish for yon what we he- lieve you will have in 1939— ^ Happier and Really Prosperous New Year F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, Iowa Clarion Saturday. Mrs. ed a*ay at hW home ThttrtrJay, Dee. 83 after a lingering illnesa. Goodbye 1938 As years go—you were good to us. You saw us grow and brought many opportunities to help our friends In the ways a bank can be so useful. We're looking forward to meeting that healthy successor of yours next Saturday night. Who knows —he may lead you to fame and fortune. We hope he does and may we remind you that a sound bank connection will be your best and strongest asset in business during the coming New Tear. IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA R. H. Miller, President «• L- OHmow, Cashier F. L. McMahon, Assistant Cashier Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation TOUR FBIEND AT MEALTIME Friday and Saturday, December 30 and 31 HAPPY NEW YEAR \Hlth thl* greeting we wish to express appreciation of your many favors during 1938. It ha* been a real pleasure to serve you and during 1939 we shall do our utmost to improve our ser-• vice In every way possible. Roast Beef poud 16c and 14c From among the tender, juicy roa*U on display at Council Oak there In a roast that exactly meete your requlremento for the New Year's dinner. P I /"L End Guts <« o _ prk UlOpS per pound 1 *C Pork Loin Roast ib., i9c and 12c There will be a quick demonstration of appreciation when you set before the family a savory Pork Loin Roast with Dressing and Apple Sauce on the side. 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First Prize Flour Plain Cookies 2 V4 Bbl. bag — 94c 25c For those who prefer Iced cookies we have a wide assortment of fancy cake» at a special price of « It*, for WcT ***°*' nlw " Tomatoe, 8c . Swedish Rye 24gST 10c Clabber Girl ssararaffis: ^ *«»»» •—. ***** apodal price for Uil» sale. Macaroni 2 1c at a 13c gaacarsBaa.vBari-SB.-5 Red Bag Coffe* fffi*.. 4 3c HASRMB HAHDWATEB OJUmiJB cake 4c BLUEBABRIM. SOAP ....2 pound ban 13o

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