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The Algona Upper Pea Koines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 11,1934 SOCIETY^ TITONKANEWS Joint Installation— The Rebekahs and Odd Fellows held a Joint Installation of officers Monday evening at the I. O. O. P. hall. Installing officer for the Odd Fellows was District Deputy Grand Master O. Ar- heson, who was also Installed as Noble Grand. Other officers installed are as follows: vice grand, M. J. Jones; secretary, Henry Bruns; treasurer, Wm. Dehnert. District Deputy P resident Tena Behrends was the installing officer of fche Rebekahs and Installed the following officers: noble grand, Emma Dehnert; vice grand, Esther Barton; secretary, Mabel Lund; treasurer, Pearl Moore. The Rebekah appointive officers are: Tena Behrends. warden; Luella Bruns, conductor; Mary Duryea. inside guardian; C. Herman, outside guardian; Rosa Jones, chaplain; Carrie Wright, right supporter to noble grand; Mae Herman, left supporter to noble grand; Rose Anrtprsryn, right supporter to vice grand; Mae Anderson, left supporter to vice grand. Five Rebeknhs from Burt were also present. Following Installation there was a social hour and refreshments were served. Birthday Celebration- Charles (Chuck) Stevenson entertained eight couples at the Theo. Herbst home Saturday night in honor of his birthday. Bridge was played during the evening, after which a two course buffet luncheon was served. Dancing was enjoyed the latter part of the evening. First prize in bridge for the girls was received by Ruth McKee and for the boys by Craig Smith. Charlotte Hilton received the travel prize. Honor Guests at Party— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau entertained at a bridge party Friday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sornsen of Walnut. Iowa, who were guests over the week end of the host and hostess. Quests played bridge at four tables and prizes were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson who had the men's and ladles' high score respec tively. A travel prize was presented to Mrs. Sornsen. Invitation to Joint Meeting:— The American Legion and Auxiliary have received an invitation to attend a joint meeting of Emmet county which will b? held at EstherviUe on Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Speakers on Dho program will be Leo Duster. State Commander. J. C. Dolllver, district commander, Winifred NiRg-emcycr, state president, nnd Mrs. J. c. Uncier- kofler, committee. A dance will follow. Shower for Marion McMahon— Alice Rlst entertained a group of friends Thursday night at a shower for Marlon McMahon who is to be married on January 15th. Bridge was played during the evening and Meredith Lathrop received high score prize. Josephine Murtagh received second prize. Eight salad forks were presented to Marlon by the guests. Mrs. Aug. Hnenholfl Hostess— Mrs. August Huenhold was hostess to the Trinity Ladles' Aid of'the German Lutheran church Thursday afternoon. Nineteen members were present. Election of officers was held with the following results: Mrs. Henry Wegener, prtsdlent; Mrs. Robert Liesncr, vice president; Mrs. August Huenhold, secretary; Mrs. Max Bast, treasurer. A delicious lunch was served later. Women's Clnb to Meet— The Women's club will meet nt the Library Friday afternoon at thrre o'clock. The program will consist of n tnlk on Peculiar Settlements by Mis.s Minnie J. Conte and a tap dance directed by Miss Margaret Morris. Roll call is fr> he answered --1th the names of those who were identified with the early days in Iowa. Donald French Celebrates— Donnld French, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. French, celebrated his fourth birthday Tuesday afternoon. Dia.na F'nlkenhainer, Virginia Lou Scantan, Richard Mathes and Billy Becker were guests who helped Donald celebrate. Games were played and a lunch was served later. Evelyn Van Allen- Members of the Girl-Friends club met with Evelyn Van Allen Monday fiyening. A business meeting was held and the second part of a series of lessons was studied. The r.cxt meeting will be held at the home of Frances Wlnkel. Academy Par|y— The before Lent will be held at the St. Workmen completed laying the new floor for the high school gymnasium the past week. Clayton Schreiner of Oelwein was a guest at the Ken Fisher home Saturday and Sunday. Alice Sartor left for Chicago on New Year's night where she is studying to be a chiropodist. Mrs. James Hansen of Hutchins has l-een clerking In the Callles department store n few days the past week. Ardlth and Merle Nauman returned from West Union last Tuesday where they had been visiting old friends. Raymond HViflner Ifcflt for DCS Moines New Years after enjoying a ten days' vacation from his studies. New Year's Eve watch parties and services were held by the young peo- UNION TOWNSHIP COUPLE SURPRISED ON SILVER WEDDING DATE BY FRIENDS Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruik shank Home Scene of Party, Saturday Union: The home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank was the scene of a pleasant surprise last Saturday evening, January 6th, on Mr. and Mrs. Cruikshank, It being their twenty-fifth wfddlng anniversary. When the group of relatives drove Into their farmyard about 8 p. m., they were saluted with the honking of car horns and cher rs of congratulatfons, and then it bep.m to dawn on the married couple wb.«t was Hospital News Charles Cook, Humboldt, underwent a hernia operation Saturday. Friday, Darrell Bruns Of Algona submitted to an appendicitis operation. Mrs. John Dufcton of Algona received medical treatment Sunday. Arthur Wildin, Algona, entered the hospital Sunday to receive treatment for wounds received when he accidentally shot himself in the leg. Cyrus Ward of Algona underwent a hernia operation Monday. A baby boy was born Wednesday to Mrs. I. H. Fesler of near Lakota. Mrs. of Mr. and plo's organizations of both churches on Halting place. Sunday night. At midnight the church | ^g g^p which was heartny welcomed were Grandpa Cruikshank of Union, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson, Mrs. Jim Nickerson. bells announced the New Year. Dale Craven returned from Montana New Year's day for a visit with home folks. He has been employed in his uncle's printing office the past few m'onths. He plans on returning soon. of Creseo, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gardner and son, Ronald, of Plum Creek, Messrs and Mesdames Art Cruikshank, Glen Jenkinson, Frank Cruikshank and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. DeVries and Ste- Stanley Gardner and their families, all ven, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Conklin and ' of Union, the Jack Ditsworth family of Hobarton, Lou Jenkinson and Mae Etherington of Creseo and Eleanor, Jean and Marjorie Crullcshank, th daughters of the honorees. The men folk played cards while th children enjoyed various games. J Eldon Conklin spent New Year's at Garden Grove, Iowa, the guests of Mrs. DeVries' brother, Dr. Charles Conklin. The Titonka consolidated school reopened Monday following a twe weeks' vacation. Miss Lillian Crone, who has teen ill and unable to teach for the past two and erne-half months, resumed her duties. George Johnson, Jr., of Waterloo has I been visiting his sister, Mrs. Raymond Bonacker and family. Mr. Johnson teaches in a high school at Hlnsdale, DONALD HUTCHISON , JOINS LOCAL FIRM c==m^n'day^,g 0 Th^ & ta ^^ "*K: =±? will be cards, dancing and lunch. Good rI going to chlca S° he », Algona. orchestras have been secured for each John Pannkuk. who has been home cmring the holidays visiting his par- party. Party for Two S. S. Classes— Party Honors Mrs. Carlson— Mrs. John McDowell, Mrs. Fred Gel- gel and Mrs. Fred Park were hostesses at a party in honor of Mrs. Paul Carlson Saturday afternoon. About thirty ladies of the Presbyterian church were present. The afternoon was spent informally. ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Pannkuk, accompanied them to Mason City Tuesday, where he took the train for Du- Builders class were entertained Tuesday evening at a 6:30 covered dish supper at the Methodist church. An Interesting program followed. Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf Hostess— Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf entertained theological seminary there. Mrs. J. J. Budlong and the Misses Hazel and Mae Budlong left for Hampton Sunday after spending the two | weeks vacation at their home here, has been visiting her her sor nnd Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew received low prii.e. Chilli's Study Clnb— Those from Titonka attending the funeral of Dick Boyken, Sr.. of Wo- I den held at the Lutheran church north- sumptuous lunch, which is typical o the number of good cooks in attend ance was served after an evening o enjoyment long to be rememberec Grandpa Cruikshank presented the couple with five silver dollars whll a silver tray was presented by the remainder of the guests. Edna Jenkinson was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jenktn*n of Union and was a very popular school teacher. Slie was united in marriage to Leonard Cruikshank on January 6 1909, at the Jenkinson homestead now tenanted by the Stanley Gardners, by the Rev. Torbet, Methodist minister in Algona at that time. Mr. Cruikshank also spent his childhood in Union on the farm which was his parents' home and is now being farmed by his brother Frank. Their many friends unite in wishing his couple many more pleasant and lappy years togther as (hose they have cherished in the past. The Child's Studr Huh will monf nn wcst of TUonka Thursday were Mr. and ineururas fatuay CIUD tun meet on » Tr . P .. pH nnvton M - orirl ,.„ i™,,,.t :uxt Tuesday with Mrs. C. R. LaBnrre. A discussion of n chapter of the book. "; and the Free School Child, will c held. ><ikc Park Guests Entertained— Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson en- Mrs. Fred Boyken, Mr. and Mrs. Ellcrt Bofken. Mr. and Mrs. William Boyken, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swalve, J. F. FLsh- er nnd Mr. and Mrs. Ken Fisher. Jojnt Instalatlon of Masons-Stars— Over 150 Masons and Eastern Stars ertainrd at n New Year's dinner. Rev. were present at the joint installation nd Mrs. D. M. Simpson and daughter meeting Thursday night at the Tem- f Lake Park, Iowa, were the guests pie. The Masonic officers were install- resent. standard Bearers Met — The Standard Bearers of the Metho- oist church held their regular monthly meeting Monday night. She was as- istcd by Theodora Larson. Bridge Club Meets- Mrs. Arthur Hclberg eiktxftalned ner bridge club last Wednesday afternoon at two tables. Mrs. Pete Waldron received high score prize. Call Theatre Algona, Iowa 5 |TJmrs.-Fri., Jan. 11-12 Four Marx Bros. "DUCK 1 130 OP" New News. Saturday, Jan. 13 Double Feature FIGHTING for FORTUNE, LIFE AND LOVE*** ZANE GREY1 Jack Holt in "THE WRECKER" Turzuu Serial Sunday, January 14 Technicolor musical. Beautiful Frank McHugh Kitty Kelly in a burlesque Napoleon and his loves— "NOT TONIGHT, JOSEPHINE" New Newi. They were charter members of the lodge—but their wives toe* nothing ^f it. Mon.-Tues., Jan. 15-16 Ely Culbertson Bridge Loads of laughs and lessons. "A FORCED RESPONSE" Culbertson plays a trick hand. Also Ethel Waters (colored singer) and her company of singers, ccs-.edlans and dancers In "RUFUS JONES FOR PRESIDENT" It's big fun! ed first, L. F. Rice acting as installing officer. Officers installed were: Glen J. Shore, Worshipful Master; Oeo. E. Johnson, senior warden; Raymond Ir- cns, junior warden; Hugh Herman, treasurer; D. L. Leffcrt, secretary; H. M. Olson, senior deacon; Claude Smith, junior deacon; Milton Reeves, senior steward; Gilbert Hargreaves, Junior tie-ward; 1* T. Ortflln. Tyler. 1n*t%}\a- tion of the Eastern Stars followed with Mrs. Haizel Lusby as the installing officer. Star officers installed are: Mrs. GEO. St. John, worthy matron; M. J. McCall, worthy patron; Mrs. Violet Bcnschoter, associate matron; D. D. Monlux, associate patron; Mrs. Bertha French, conductress; Mrs. Delia McCullough, associate conductress; Mrs. Alice Hutohins, secretary; Mrs. Claire Keith, /treasurer; Mfc-tf. Erma Harvey, chaplain; Mrs. Ethyl Loos, marshall; Mrs. Mary Hough, organist; Meredith Lathrop, Adah; Laura Mitchfll, Ruth; Lola Scuffham, Esther; Mrs. Mae Harrington, Martha; Mrs. Beulah Smith, Electa; Drusllla Cough- lln, Warder; Hugh Herman, senMnel. Refreshments were served later. County School Masters Meet- Twenty were present at the meeting of the members and their wives of the County School Masters club which met Monday evening at the Algona Hotel. Following a 6:30 dinner a baslness meeting was held which included a discussion of the officials for the coming basketball tournament, the selection of trophies. The details of the music festival which will bi' held at a later date were also discussed. The group then attended the movie at the Call Theatre, the gutsts of Manager N. C. Rice. These meetings are held once a month and the next one will be Stanley Gardner helped his uncle, Glen Jenkinson saw wood Saturday. Mrs. Garret Dearchs spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Hofius. Mike and Ida Stoffel were guests for the day last Wednesday at the Louis Bode home. It was the thirteenth birthday of Robert Bode. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McNutt were the guests last Thursday at the Harry Ward home. In the afternoon Mrs. McNutt and Mrs. Ward attended the Union Mothers amd Daughters club meeting at the Marlow home. Letha Walburg, whose father runs the oil station at the junction of 18 and 169 Just north of Algona, entertained a large number of her friends at a dance at the Misbach hall in Algona m honor of her birthday recently. Word was received here last week that Mr. Jackman, who was a resident of Union about 30 years ago, living on the farm now tenanted by the Chris Alt family, had passed away at his home at DeKalb, 111. He is the father of Arthur Jackman now of Saskatchewan. Canada, and husband of the former Grace Cruikshank. They have the sympathy of their many old friends in the loss of a loving father. About 18 ladles ventured out to the Mothers and Daughters club meeting held at the home of Anna Marlow in Union township Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Marlow was assisted by Mary Bennett. The next meeting is the annual banquet which is looked forward to every year with much anticipation. The committee in charge is Otto Engstrom, chairman, Claude Dearchs, Jake Smith, Will Bourne, H. J. Bacon, Frank Hofius. The meeting will be held at the community room at Good Hope. Brothers ', Establish Law Firm With Father, A. Hutchison Arthur Wildin Accidentally Shot Creseo: About 2:30 p. m. Sunday, Arthur, third son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wlldln met with a serious and painful accident. He was going to the basement and carried gun under his arm. He almost dropped It and It discharged, the shot entering the calf of the leg. He was rushed to Kossuth, hospital very weak due to loss of blood. On Monday an operation was performed and a small bone was removed. He Is now doing as well as could be expected. Our Business... Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal Hollzbauer's Tin Shop 119 8. Dodge St. Phone 83. 3-tf VWWWWWVWWWW Baby LeEoy Alice Brady Spanky McDonald in "MBS. FAERIS' BABY IS STOLEN" "From the Lindbergh Case" Wed., Thurs., Friday, January 17-18-19 on Monday, January 29th. Large Auxiliary Meet— Between forty-five uml fifty people rttfixJed the Auxiliary meeting last Friday at the Legion hall. A special and inti-rcsting program was presented after the business meeting. Several papers were read by Mesdames Gilmove iind Streit, and u iLading given by Ej-.ther Pratt. Cards were played following the program and first prize was uwanitd to Mrs. W. C. Irelan. Shower for Bride lo Be— Kii^abeth Nugent rnttrtained MX- tet-n friends recently at a miscellaneous .shower in honor of Marian McMuhon, who LS to b<: married next week. Urulge was filayt-d during the evening with Alice Kibt winning high store and Mudur.iKi Quinn. the second high. After bridge lunch was si-rved and the gilts were unwrapped. Surprise Party Given— A surprise party was given for Mrs. W. A. Barry Sunday, the occasion be- uig her birthday. Sixteen guests were present and playtd bridge during the evening. First prize was awarded to Chris Wernert and consolation prize to Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer. Mrs. Barry was presented with a (rift by those present. F. T. A. Aleeting— Members of the P. T. A. will meet Monday evening at the high school at 7:45. A-s the program has been arrang- m In their interest, the fathers are especially urged to attend. The exe- cu'ivc committee will meet in the superintendent's otfict- at 7:15, prior to the meeting. .Surprise Party for Mother— Mrs. Andrew Hatistn of Titonka and Drusllla Couglilin entertained Wednesday evening at a surprise party in honor of their mother, Mrs. John Coughlin's birthday. Sixu-eii guests were present and spent the evening in playing cards. A delicious luncheon was served later. ALGONA MUSICIANS TO PRESENT COMIC OPERA FEB. 13TH Donald C. Hutchison of Cedar Rapids Is a new member in the law firm of Hutchison & Hutchison. Mr. Hutchison has been practicing in Cedar Rapids the past thirteen years and has been a member of the firm of Deacon Sargeant, Spangler and Hutchison since 1929. He -joins his younger brother, Theodore, who has been practicing law In Algona since being admitted to the bar in June, and his father, A. Hutchison, who has been an attorney here r or nearly forty years. The firm will be known as Hutchison & Hutchison. The ilder Mr. Htotdhlson will remain a nember of the firm, but prefers to feel hat he can retire and go to Florida n the near future. Donald was born In Algona, the eld- st son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison. After completing his schooling here, he ttended Cornell College two years and e University of Iowa one year. He erved in the navy and became an en- ign during the war. Upon his return e entered the University of Iowa law chool, and was admitted to the bar In 921. He practiced here with his fa- ier for a few montlis before going to <«dar Rapids. He is a member of the hi Delta Phi legal fraternity. Donald has held the position of U. commissioner at Cedar Rapids for IB pash five years or more. At the time of his coming here he was serving as Exalted Ruler of the Elks of Cedar Rapids. Mr. Hutchison is married and has two children, Joan, 5, and Nancy, 2. The family has rented the Shumway house on South Dodge street and xpect to move here February 1. The elder Mr. Hutchison, who was born in Tymurrety township, Tyron county, Ireland, came to Algona about twelve years before he hung out his shingle as a lawyer. He engaged in various enterprises for a time, including the elevator business, but sold out and went to Mount Vernon where he attended Cornell College. In 1891 he returned to Algona and went into the iand business with W. C. Danson and E G. Butler. Meanwhile he read law with J. C. Raymond, who was county attorney. About this time he married Miss Edith Call, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Call, first settlers In Algona. A few years later he formed a real estate partnership with E. J. Gilmore which lasted until 1915 when Mr. Hutchison gave up the business in preference to the practice of law alone. He took an office in the Quln- by building at the time it was completed and has remained in that location ever since. Seed Oats We have about 1000 bushels of good clean 105 seed oats. These oats were grown in Kossuth county. Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 105 .: Community Club Aids Music Lovers in the Production musicians have begun rehearsals for the presentation of Victor Herbert's comic opera. "The Fortune Teller," which is to be given in the auditorium of the high school on Tuesday evening. February 13. Proceeds from the opera will be added to a fund, begun some years ago, toward the purcha^ of a new piano for the tchoal .stage. The play i» being .sponsored by Al- S'oiia music lovers including Mrs. C H. Cretzmeyer, Dr. W. D. Andrews, Mrs. D. T>. Monlux. Mrs. Otto Laing, .Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, Miss Frances Mes- iUT, A. E. Kre=ensky. Mrs. J. L. Bon- ur, D. P. Smith, Mrs. A. E. Michel, Mrs. D. H. Goeders, Mrs. N. C. Rice and Miss Lucia Wallace. The Algona Community Club is also aiding in sponsoring the production. Committees which have been select- id to take charge of the production are •is follows: dramatic director, Mrs. D. H. Gotders; musical director, Miss Grace Melba Miller; pianist, Mrs. N C. Rice; orchestra conductor, D. Wayne Collins; dancing, Miss Margaret Morris; scenery and stage, Miss Frances Messer, Arthur Lukensmeyer, Adrian Burmeister; costumes, Mrs. Gladys South, Miss Margaret Morris; lighting •liters, William Steele; advertising, T H. Chrischilles. CORRECTION In a recent item it was stated that Hugh Carroll had been brought for hearing in Algona when a railroad inspector discovered Carroll's two small boys had been takng coal from a railroad shed, and hauling it home in their little wagon. However, it seems that the boys picked up the coal along the uack, uot realizing that it was rail- toftd property. WANTED—Clean cotton rags the Algoua Upper Des Moinca. at Have Yon A Dog In Your Home? If so Yon Will be Interested In a Special DO; Column Which U To Start In Next Snnday'c Chicago Herald and Examiner. This Column, Edited by Borer Phillip*, In- (ernaUon&Ty Famous as a Judge and Breeder of Dogs Will Appear Every Sunday In the Chicago Her- erald and Examiner. Read the U. D. M.-R. Want Ads. RAIL FARES CENTS A MILE EACH WAY FOR ROUND TRIP IN COACHES •Hit low.r rail tarm for Mi* N»w Y««r. That's what "North Western" now brings to you—a round trip coach fare of onljr 1 4/5 cents per mile for escb mile traveled! 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