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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 11,1934 FENTON COMMUNITY CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING, NAMES O.H. GRAHAM, H. J. Reeder, S, E. Straley Other Officers; Take Up Road Matters Fenton: As a conclusion of a membership campaign the Fenton Community club served an oyster supper to 38 last Thursday evening. Immediately afterward a business meeting was neld and the following officers were elected for the coming year: president, O. H. Graham; vice president, H. J. Reeder; secretary and treasurer, 8. H. Straley. Committees were appointed to circulate a petition in favor of extending road No. 44. Dr. s. W. Meyer, Dr E. W. Rnske, F. p. Newel, H. B. TJicesfleld and Harry Haase were appointed as a membership committee. Annual dues are fifty cents. Arlo Ranney has been 111 the past week with erysipelas. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Schmeling of Depew, Saturday, December 30. Forrest Hansen of Rlngsted visited several days last week at the home of Mrs. Carrie Volgt. Alyce Jakobson of Clarksville, Minn., spent a few days the fore part of last week at the home of Mrs. 8. W. Mey- «r. Marjorle Bailey returned home on Saturday from a week's visit with her brother, F. C. Bailey and family at Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Schmidt of Bancroft visited this week Monday at the Or. J. T. Walte and Charles Weisbrod homes. Mr. and Mm. Julius Relder of Em- raetaburg spent last Thursday with the Emil Hasses. Mrs. Relder and Mrs. Basse are sisters. Vivian Huskamp of Chicago and Bertha Huskamp of Minneapolis spent the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. John Campbell received word Friday of the death of bis brother, who lives in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell left that evening to attend the funeral. The Rev. J. T. Snyders entertained Mrs. Snyder's brother, Marian and wife of Lake City, the John Menzes and CORYELL hands out cash savings to every customer. Marvelously new quick-starting, anti-knock winter gasoline. Also a high quality 100 per cent refined sub-zero motor oil—both for LESS MONEY. TRY them at CORYELL'S—right away. 2 H, W, POST Dray and Tranf er Storage of all kinds. the Clarence Menzes at their home Sunday. Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod was hostess to her bridge club Friday afternoon. Mrs. W. V. Yager won high score and Mrs. H. W. Schulte received the consolation prize. Mrs. c. O. Humphrey and children, Sidney Bruce and Ruth Ellen returned home last week from a week's visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Miller at Ringsted. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer returned recently from an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. Walter Bell at Blue Earth, Minnesota. She Is visiting her Eon, Everett and family at present. The Supt. H. A. Reyman home in Seneca will be released from quarantine for scarlet fever this week Friday. The children, Barbara Jean and Alden had the fever In a light form. Mr. amd Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace and Bon, Sylvester of Burt, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley. Mrs. L. J. Welsbrod was brought home from the Miller hospital In Fairmont, this week Monday, where she recently submitted to an operation for removal of the gall bladder and appendix. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Has.se went to Ayrshire Saturday for an over Sunday visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. Wm. Marochek and family. The event also celebrated the birthday anniversary of Mr. Hasse. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Schulte drove to Oaylord, Mlnn|esot», to spend New Years day with Mr. and Mrs. William Schulte, parents of the former and Mr. and Mrs. George Formahls, parents of the latter. W. E. Stoeber and son, Wilfred drove to Minneapolis last week Tuesday on business. Gladys Stoeber accompanied them as far as Armstrong and visited her brother, Oliver and family until •their return. Mrs. S. W. Meyer accompanied them to the cities and visited relatives. Florence Weisbrod returned to Des Moines Monday to resume teaching after her holiday vacation. She was pccompanied by her mother, Mrs. W J. Welsbrod, who will leave from there Wednesday for an extended vslt with her daughter, Mrs. Ray Burke a.nd husband at Houston, Texas. The O. J. Ranneys drove to Elmore last week to attend the funeral of Vestol Thackeray, who died from Injuries received In an automobile ac- ildent Christmas day. Mrs. Thackeray was the daughter of Mr. Ranney's brother, John Ranney, and they formerly lived on a farm east of Fenton Two Organizations Give to Needy Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter received two fine donations recently to be used ror school welfare work. One was a Two Appendicitis Case* in Bancroft Monday Morning Bancroft: Two appendicitis cases were operated on Monday morning by Dr. Devine, Harold Hamilton and Maurice Bernhard. Both were severe cases >ut are coming along as good as can be expected. Leo Lampe and Lois Looft had their tonsils removed on Monday morning. load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do nil kinds of draylng and hauling. 32-tf Mrs. Mike Saundc-rs is out again after a week of illness. Mrs. Sarah Trenary Is spending two weeks with her sister, a nun, In Indiana. Miss Mary Gish of Algona attended the card party at St. John's Sunday vening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Recker, Jr., are ;he parents of a baby boy born on Sunday morning. Leone and Joe Droessler have gone ;o Chicago, Dubuque and Sinslnawa for an extended visit. Fred Kadow and cousin, Gerald White, are here for an extended visit at ihe Edward Droessler home. Rev. Chas. Ernst, of Oto, former as- i slstant at the St. John's parish, spent last Monday with friends here. | Miss Amorita Schiltz entertained | eight tables of cutles Monday evening. A delightful lunch was served later in the evening. At the yearly meeting Sunday of the men of St. John's church to elect directors of the parish, M. Merrill and P. Qramcs were chosen. Mr. and Mrs. Helke Beenken moved to their home in Titonka from their farm north of Bancroft last week. Mrs. Beenken was formerly Mary Becker. Mrs. Walter Welp accompanied Hubert Hood up from Humboldt Wednesday and she remained at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baun- ders, until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mousel drove to Des Moines Tuesday. Mr. Mousel underwent an operation there, and word was received the latter part of the week that he is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rahe and Joe Rahe drove Ervin Rahe to Dyersville where he took the train to Dubuque to resume his studies at. Columbia College after three weeks vacation at his home. Mrs. Mike Kramer entertained at a dinner Sunday. Those present were: Air. and Mrs. Joe Rahe, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kramer, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. bnihiltz and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Schiltz. ; . Mrs. Bridget Quinn, daughters, Margaret and Julia, son Charles and granddaughter, Magdalene Lattlmcr, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Qulnn and family of Lone Rock were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Quinn, Sunday. Mrs. Frank Vaske entertained at six tables of five hundred last Thursday evening. Cyrilla Vaske won high for the Indies and Joe Elsbecker won high for the men. Mrs. Wm. Vaske won Sunday where he Is attending junior college, after spending the holiday vacation here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oran O'Keefe. The Misses Emma and Louise Thav- es, Audrey Hastings, Emma and Lena Gutknecht, and Messrs. Edward and Chas. Gutknecht were entertained last Wednesday evening at the Wade Ball home. Miss Lena Gutknecht and Genevleve Bruer returned to Mftson City. Sunday afternoon having spent the holiday vacation here at the home of Lena's parents and with other relatives. LONE ROCK NEWS purse of $50 which was raised by the Good Fellow Organization, sponsored by Jlmmle Neville, who for a number of years made It a point to assist Miss Bonnstetter In her welfare work. Until February First on all renewals to the Algona Upper Des Moines The response to our offer of O year Proves that Kossuth County wants THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES and appreciates this extraordinary offer, good for this month only, to all subscribers living in Kossuth county. Howard Stephen of Goldfield visited friends li. Lone Rock Saturday. The January P. T. A. meeting will be held next week Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Ostwald of Whtt- temore visited at the Emil Kraft home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knhn were nt the Albert Thompson home for supper New Years. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard of Irvlngton spent the week end at the Roy Zunkel home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn ond family of Algona were at the Frank Kuhn home New Years day. Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft, has been suffering with ear trouble the post week. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomsen and family were New Years' dinner guests at the Victor Rogers home. Fred Genrlch made a business trip to Ames Saturday. He was accompanied by Lawrence Newbrough. Mareta Chrlstensen spent the week end ait Rlngsted with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener and family were guests New Years at the Louis Wegener home In Algona. Glenn Leeper drove to Fairmont last Monday to get Mrs. Leeper and children who had been visiting relatives there. Sunday guests at the W. J. Cotton home were Mrs. M. H. Schloeman and son. Worth and daughter, Margaret of Estherville. Julia OTXmncll returned to Campus, Illinois, Sunday after a few weeks' vis- It with her father, William O'Donnell and brothers and sisters. Mrs. Albert Kressln and daughters, Matilda and Elnora Pompe and Gladys Sanders visited at the Frank Macumber home last Tuesday. The sewing club met at the homo of Mrs. Watson Snick Thursday afternoon. Next week Thursday afternoon they will meet with Mrs. Ed Farrls. Mr. and Mrs. John Sones and daughters returned to their home at Quimby Saturday after a few weeks' visit at the parental, J. M. Blanchard home. Word was received here by relatives announcing the birth of a baby girl to per nt £hp church Friday, January 12. starting at 5:30 o'clock. Mrs. Alex KniPgpr entertained at a quilting bee last, Tuesday pvnVng. Those attending wwe Mrs. H. J. Rice, Mrs. J. M. Blanehard, Mrs. Jack Qulnn, Mrs. Frank Flalg. Mrs. Wntson Shirk nnd Mrs. Fred Genrlch. Jessie Stebrltz of Bancroft nnd her daughter. Knthryn of Lone Rock nnd Melvin Hawks drove to Mason City inst Tuesday to take her daughter. Gladys Stebrtts! back where she will resume her college work after the holidays. Mrs. Lillle Thompson and daughter, Neva, Mr. and Mrs. Rnlph Thompson nnd Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ortmnn of Burt. nnd Mrs. John Rath nnd son, Lawrence were nt the Chris Shaser home for New Yenr's day. Earl Earing nnd sons, Hnrlan, Du- p.ne and Allen of Campus. Illinois, and Elmer Earing of Kempton. 111., who have been visiting nt. the Oscar Enr- intr home since bffire Christmas, returned home last. Wednesday. Donald Giscli. also of Campus, who came to Lone Rock with Mr. Earing, stayed for an extended visit. BANCROFT NEWS low for the ladles and John Vaske fop Mr and jj^, s Forest Rouse of Ayrshire. the men. Mrs. Rouse was formerly Freda Krause. Mrs. Fred Genrlch entertained flt n q all ting bee Monday afternoon. Mrs. W J. Flalg, Mrs. Glenn Sharp and Mrs. A. A. Krueger amd Mrs. Alex Kruegcr were guests. Mrs. G. H. Hart and Joseph •Williams returned home Sunday from Sioux City where they spent five days visiting at the home of Mrs. Hart's sister, Mrs. Jack Lunch. Antoinette Hart, Eileen - - to school. Miss spending her vacation with Miss Hart. The Young Ladles' Sodality held a card party Sunday evening. Bridge and five hundred were played at 45 tables. F. J. Welp won high for the men in bridge and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan won high for the ladies. Lawrence Kockler, won low and Mrs. F. J. Welp won, low hi bridge. M. Merrill won M»h in five hundred and Mrs. F. J. Hatten high In five hundred. Alfred taenke and Mrs. John Brink won low in five hundred. Ex-Lakota Woman Passes at Elmore Lakota: The many friends of the Sam Larson family, who formerly lived on the farm east of town now occupied by Ubbe Heyes, but for the past several years living at Elmore, will be sorry to learn of the death of Mrs. Larson, who had been ill for several months suffering from cancer. The funeral was held last Thursday. She leaves lo mourn her aged husband and one daughter. A son, John and daughter, Elzabeth proceeded her In death. O. Marquis of Ledyard was a business visitor here last Friday. The John Rlppentrop family of Woden were here Sunday visiting relatives. Mrs. E. R. Worley entertained the Acorn club last Thursday afternoon at her home. The Ed Looft family were entertained at dinner Sunday at the 8. P. Powers home. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Trenary and two youngest children axe visiting relatives in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bruer were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of their son, Peter. Mrs. Floyd Koepke was on the sick list several days the past week suffering from a severe attack of tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs. John Dorenbush were down from Elmore, last Frday look- Ing after business and calling on old iriends. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen and their daughters, Violet and Elaine, visited Sunday afternoon at the Peter L. Koppen home. The M. E. Ladies' Aid served supper to the members of the Commercial club last Thursday evening at the E. L. Grabau home. Mrs. Michael Winter returned to her home at Mason Oity last Friday after spending a week here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Rlp- pentrop. Mm Arlene Lewis returned to Lu- Verne Sunday to again take up her teaching duties after spending the holiday vacation at the parental C. R. Lewis home. Charles Lewis returned to Bode last week where he is attending school and staying with his sister, Mrs. A. L. Soreusen and family. He had been home for the holidays. Mrs. C. K. Rlppentrop, who recently underwent an operation at the Mayo hospital is getting along nicely and was able to be out to church services Sunday morning. Don Wortman wu on the sick list over the wtek etui, and Catherine Powers aad Dorothy Ukena both had to miss a day of school last week on account of Uliusss. . ... Thursday from Cedar Rapids. Mrs. R. Roderick, who has been In DCS Moines, with her daughter, Bernice, accompanied him home. Mrs. George Pettlt and son, Hlldreth and daughters, Mrs. Art Davis and Mrs. Oscar Earing and Elvira Wchr- spann of Fenton visited relatives and friends hi Dea Moines Friday. O. R. Ranney, Mr. and Mrs. William and Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Chrlstensen nnd Jack Tibbetta and Mrs. Agnes Tibbetta of Algona attended the funeral of Vestal Thackeray recently. The Busy Friday club met at the home of Mrs. Ed Farrls Friday afternoon. Next week Friday they will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Genrich. Mrs. Quinn will be assisting hostess. The Ladies Mite society will meet at the home of Mrs. Lillle Thompson on Thursday afternoon. A group of the Mite society will give an oyster sup- (Crowded Out Last Week) Harry Cutler Is now assisting at the Chaniplin station. Hubert Hood spent New Year's Eve and New Year's day at his home. Margaret Nelson from Algona visited with her friend, Antoinette Hart, last week. Miss Leona Kramer was home for New Year's. Miss Kramer Is a nurse at Sioux City. Emmet Devine took the train from Burt Monday for Ames where he Is attending college. Thomas Engesser, som of I. F. Engss- ser of Seneca Is now employed at the J. H. Menke garage. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Recker, Jr., have moved on their farm four and a half miles southeast of Bancroft. Mr, and Mrs. Albert Deltering were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deltering Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Berens of Chicago spent Christinas at his home and returned to Chicago Wednesday.' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Recker, Sr., and son, John were dinner guests at the F. A. Recker home New Years. Mr. and Mrs. John Foth of Algona were dinner guests New Yenr's at the home of his brother, Tony Foth. Neighbors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Fnr- row surprised them on their 25th wedding anniversary Monday night. Nathan Claw of Rockford visited at the G. W. Carmean home from Wednesday of last week until Sunday. Ben Brink has been assisting in a grocery store In Waterloo. His brother, Edward, is operating a store there. The Young Ladies' Sodality will hold ' another card party in the basement of St. John's church next Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. Vem Austin enjoyed a dinner at the home of Carl Pearson Monday. Mrs. Charles SkUUng and two daughters spent the holldaya at the home of ti**-t>*T#nt«,1iir< wttA'MM. M. A. ders. Thomas Murphy left for Iowa City New Year's day to continue his studies after spending the holidays at his home. A watch party wns given New Year's eve at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan. Bridge was played nt six tables. Matt Keller Is here from Indiana visiting his brother, Jnke Keller. Their brother. Mike Keller In Lakotn. Is seriously 111. Hnrold Pohlman drove to his home in Mnlverti (Sunday and stayed for New Yenrs. Evnns Carmenn nccom- panled him. Mrs. Jessie Flnlg accompanied her daughter, Gladys to Mason City Tuesday where she attends Hamilton Business College. Raymond Brink left for Omaha on Tuesday to resume his studies nfter ft holiday visit nt the home of his father, Bernnrd Brink. The bnnns of matrimony wri-e published for the first time at St. John's church Monday for Richard Menke p.nd Adria McGuire. Miss Lrona Bercns from Omaha rpent a few days last week including Christmas nt the home of lier parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Kerens. Dr. R. E. Weber. Richard Underkoflrr and Miss Inez Potter were guests at the P. A. Lonergan home New Yenrs. Miss Potter Is from Algona. Mrs. G. H. Hart nnd Joe Williams drove Antoinette Hart nnd Eileen Walsh back to Sioux City Tuesday where they are attending school. Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Deltering, and four children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hiltz nnd son, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy RahD and Mr. and Mrs. Al Rahe partook of a delicious dinner at the F. X. Deltsrlng home New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schlltz entertained six couples At ft dinner Sunday. Those attending were: Mr. and Mr*. John Menke. Mr. and Mrs. John Schlltz, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bernhard. Mr. nnd Mrs. I-eroy Schiltz nnd two children, Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert nnd two children and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vn-'ke and two children. We Have It! on hand at all times. Good Coal IVcrloss Coal—low in ash and liiijh in hr-at. Order a ton now and lu 1 <>nr of our satisfied customers. I Tonic of Peerless Coal. Botsford Lumber Co. Phono 25G Jim Pool Zero Weather Due! Motorists, the weather man says that a zero wave is on the way and that's reason enough for driving into onr garage, today if you want to keep your car running without trouble. And another good reason is this: We havo everything to keep cars running right in the cold and our prices arc low. our service is quick The 1934 fireworks start January 10th at Gamble Store's Big January Sale. Auto Heaters, 89c; 30x344 Chains, $2.29; 13-Plate Batteries, $3.49 ex.; Bumper Guards, 69c pair. 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