Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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NOVEMBER 80,1983. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA CALS to Minneapo- with a Ihter. Mrs [gunday. Crowley, Wirock, Minn., saw Visited Friday at F. Sabin visited her D, Soloman, Spen- JB itong,- who teaches at Nora !« came home yesterday for i»^e**( j . rt Wood had tonsillectomy ' General hospital Saturday, lives at Tltonka. ]. C. O. Riddle went to Des ,ies yesterday to.conduct an iion sale today. Iba Winkie, employed in Dodge doctor's office, spent peek-end at home. B, C.^McMahon and Mrs file McMalkm-spent last week nesday at xmmetsburg. r. and Mrs. T. H. Chriscbilles it the week-end at roes Moines, lists Of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Auner. jgar Finnell came home yester- for the Thanksgiving week- He is a student at Iowa State [lege, Ames. ither Hyland, Whittemore, sub- jted at St. Cecelia's church Sunt during the absence of Father nrern. ir. and Mrs. W. D. Howie spent . week-end at Minneapolis and jended a Wisconsin-Minnesota rtball game Saturday. Harold Lampright took his 'ormer Helen Lusby. Mrs. Lusby'a daughter, Marguerite Dalziel, who s attending Orinnell college, will also be a guest of the Witmers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Trowel], son William, and Nollia &taley, all of Des Moines, came yesterday to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. C. (H. Swanson. Mrs. Trowell is Mr. Swanson's sister, and Miss 1 Staley is Mrs. Swanson's sister. Mr. Swanson is A. & OP. manager. Mrs. Q. H. Simmons, Quimby, the former Vashti Hulse, spent lasi week at the parental Rev. C. V Hulse home. Much present also was her little son, 22 months old the pastor's only grandchild. The lad's daddy, who is in the general mercantile business, came for them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. -W. 'Erickson n nurses' training. On' the way lome "she stopped at Central City o visit a sister, Mrs. Theodore ?ech, and brought up her twin nieces, Ruth Ann and Mary Ellen Pech, five years old. The girls will stay with their, grandmother, Mrs. Freda QteUssy, till after the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Pech, who are farmers, are expected here for Christmas. The annual home high school declamatory contest will be held at the high school auditorium next Tuesday night. No admission will be charged. Twelve contestants chosen from the field of 40 in preliminary hearing yesterday afternoon will take part. These are in the humorous and dramatic classes only. Extemporaneous speakers were chosen in a contest Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Otto B. Laing is coach. "Winners will represent Algona in North Central Six meets. 'Seven marriage licenses have been issued by District Court Clerk B. J. MoEvoy: George E. 'Steil Jr., Elizabeth Coleman, both of Algona; PAOfi Elizabeth Coleman is Bride— 'Elizabeth. Coleman and Oeorge Steil Jr. were married by the Rev. T. J. Davern at his home last Thursday mornitlg. The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman, wore a blue traveling ensemble with matching accessories, and was attended by Rose Steil, sister of the bridegroom, who wore a tan dress. Mr. Steil, a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Steil, of St. Benedict, was attended by George Hahle. 'Following the ceremony 18 friends and relatives of the couple were entertained at noon dinner at the Coleman home. ,.her to Mason City yesterday for jother of a series of treatments ! is taking for her eyes. Call ^Dickinson, Des Moines, .„ among pheasant hunters here iturday. He came wilh a party of er Des Moines hunters. AT. and Mrs. J. C. Stewart and a lighter spent the week-end with e aids at Mason City, their former be. Mr. Stewart travels out of gona. There is no school today or to- ifrow at either the public or the demy ^schools. The pupils are n a two-day holiday because of nksgiving. agnus iLichter, -Ames college, is Ipected home for Thanksgiving id' the w,eek-end. He has done jellar work this fall on the Iowa ate football team. iMr. and Mrs. W. A. Vigars re- Imed last Thursday from Sioux pty, where they attended the fun- al of Mrs. A. A. Lind, sister-in- spent the week-end at Minneapolis, where they met Mrs. Erickspn's mother, Mrs. Isabel Wesley, Ofthine- ander, Wis., and brought her here :or the winter. Mr. Erickson saw Michigan defeat Minnesota in a football game at Minneapolis Saturday in a raging blizzard. Mrs. ,H. M. Smith and 'her sister, Mary Streit, spent Sunday at Whittemore with another sister, Mrs. Maurice Cullen. The Cullens recently moved back to Whittemore from Char-les City, where Maurice was employed in a Ford garage. He is now in the employ of the state highway commission. Three appendectomies have been performed at the Kossuth hospital in the last week, on Louis Regner, Swea City, last Thursday; Chris- •tena Knutson, Lone Rock teacher, and Regena Kruecher Algona, Fri- Fabian Strain, Nellie Myers, both Mrs. Coleman entertained 15 of Fort. Dodge; Clare,iE. . Wingert,- friends of • the bride at a. miscel- Hertula M. Wolf,'both of'Wesley; laneous shower Tuesday afternoon, Clifford Arthur Knutson, Swea and Mrs. C. O. Engelby, Ledyard, City, Genevieve Mary Koppen, La- sister of Mrs. Coleman, was an out- kota; Reuben Balvance, Swea City, of-town guest. Florence Goetz, Ledyard; Carl Mr. and Mrs. Steil leave today Kannenburg, Goldfield, 'Ruth M. for their new home on a farm be- Dean, Corwith; Carl H. Fisherback, tween Ledyard and Elmore. Lakota, Marian Neuman, Bancroft. I _ _ . ~r— ~ Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Momyer got 25-Year Itebekahs Honored- home last week Monday from a The Naomi Circle of the Re- few days of visiting with Des bekahs met with Mrs. Wm. Dehn- Moines, Knoxville, and Albia rela- ert Friday; Mrs. Mae Herman and tives. Mr. Momyer was born and Mamie Duryea, assisting hostesses reared near Knoxville. After he The following guests who have take a "white elephant" for exchange and a 2Bc gift for the Children's Home. The club will vote on whether to remain state federated. L. G. WiUson is 74; Dinner- Mrs. L. G. Willson entertained last Thursday at dinner honoring Mr. Willson's 74th birthday anniversary. The menu included elk venison sent by the son -Roy at Salt Lake City, Utah, who recently bagged both an elk and a deer in mountains near Salt Lake City, uests included the Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Hueser, daughter Ruth, the Rev. and Mrs. C. (P. Carlson, the Rev. and Mrs. M. A. SJostrand, the Rev A. English, and Ina Burton, New York City, who spoke at the Baptist church Sunday. Evelyn Ruth Button Married— Evelyn .Ruth, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dutton, and Milon H., son of Charles (Pierce, Hav- day. Mrs. Peter Ubben, Titorika, underwent a minor surgical opera- lion Saturday, and Stella Mae Mayr, St. Benedict, a tonsillectomy Monday. The Royal 400 gas station south f the K. C. bank building has been ented by Dean Andrews, son of J. ). Andrews, of the Doan neighbor- ood. The station will be reopened aturday and will be conducted on, he < cooperative plan developed uccessfully by Ihe Kossuth & Hancock Cooperative Co. at Wesley, n. which non-assessable shares, grew up he went to Albia, the next been Rebeka'hs more than 25 county seat south. There he was years, were seated at a table dec elected county recorder on the orated in pink and green: Mes democratic ticket, but served only dames Rose Anderson.Mae Herman one term, going down in the G. O. Carrie Wright, Elizabeth McCorkle P. landslide by which MoKinley was May Anderson, and Mamie Duryea elected the second time. It is now Visitors from Burt, Mason City 20 years since he came to Algona and Garner lodges attended. A cak and entered the abstract business decorated with 25 pink candle here. Mrs. Momyer's mother and a mounted on green rosettes was cu few of Mrs. Vigars. I After Thanksgiving services at ncroft this, morning, the Rev. anc rs. M. A. SJpstrand will drive to It. Peter, Minn., for dinner with r. SJostrand's parents. Eleanor Backus is expected home his morning from Dubuque, where he is attending the University o ubuque. She will spend Thanks Jiving and the "week-end here. Mr. and Mrs." W. A. Foster leavi his morning for Mt. Vernon t pend Thanksgiving and till Satur pay with their daughter Mary Eliz ibeth, Cornell college freshman. i A small fire in the shingles |he Clarence Shilts home on sout Vooater street was put out Tues ay afternoon by the firemen. Th blaze started from chimney spark Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman ar brother live at Albia. by Mrs. Rose Anderson, who ha served. The event celebrated Mr. Geilenfeld's 4'5th birthday anniversary. Past Matrons to Meet- Eastern Star past matrons will meet tomorrow evening at _8 o'clock at the temple for an initiation. Next Tuesday a regular O. E. S. meeting will be held, with election of officers. Nearly 150 persons attended a Thanksgiving Eastern Star and Masonic party at the Masonic temple Tuesday evening. P. T. A. Next Monday Night— The P. T. A. meets next Monday night at the high school building. A mothers' chorus will sing. Delegates to the state convention at Marshalltown, Mrs. Kenneth Mercer, Antoinette Bonnstetter, and the 'Rev. A. H. Hueser, will have | charge of the program. I). S. Girls Tea Hostesses— NAZAUENE. A. W. ad Hazel Ir- wlii, Pastors^-Our Silver Jubilee anniversary closed yesterday with a great Thanksgiving offering, much more thtn. the dollar per member goal set by the finance committee. The anniversary program, which was a, great blessing to all who co- opertted began In October '29 with a school. On November -5 we observed (Appreciation 1 day, when appreciation for the church was expressed, also for the mtrvelous way In which God has saved souls and added to the church, almost 4000 members each year. PRESBYTERIAN, C. Paul Carlson, Minister—Next Sunday: Sunday school, iio a. m., Frank Gelgel oon, 10. The children will pratitkti '> phristmaa Saturday SfterftMMt t 2. ^ FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A. »)** rand, PaMor— Choir rehearsal tomorrow evening, 7;3d, at parsonage, unlor Mission Band meets at IM* her hall'Saturday, 2:30 p. m., Max' n e Brundage, Lynette Mahan, ito*> esses. Sunday school and Bible lass next Sunday 10. .Vesper »*r- Ices Sunday evening, 7;3o. TM holr will sing. Let us have largtt ttendance at our evening services. CONGREGATIONAL, J. RoM. Hoerner, paster— Next Sunday: hurch school at 10 a. m.; morning: vorship at 11; sermon topic fro- ucing Wild Grapes. Young people'* meeting at 7 p. m. The advanced domestic science »upti mornte e worship, 11, Christ class at the high school entertained ian , Bndea , vAor ' ™<> p - m ' ; , ev * nln the mothers, faculty members, and service, 7:30. Sunday school officers wives of school board members at Surprise for Mrs. Hugh Herman— Eighteen friends of Hn > Herman Young People's service last Sundaj Th wll Bacon. elock, took friends by surprise Sunday, November 19, when they were married at the Algona Bap- ;ist parsonage by the Rev. A. S. Hueser. The couple left at once for Hanson, Pomeroy, and other points to visit relatives of the bridegroom, and are expected home this weekend. A miscellaneous shower will be given Saturday afternoon at Mrs. Wallace A. McArthur's for the bride. Joins "Rainbow for Girls"— Gertrude Long became a charter member of the Rainbow for Girls club at Mason City Tuesday. This club is sponsored by the O. E. S. and the Masons for daughters of members, and Gertrude was one of •brought lunch, and the evening was r . spent at cards. The «n«!ntir SOClety. Presbyterian TRINITV LUTHERAN, P. J. Bra nerj p a «tor— On Thanksgiving: da English services at 10:30 a. m. Th _ Lord's Supper will be celebrated I Westminster L chool and Blble cla8Sp 9;30 a . m SKrylo0i 10; reg uia 10:30. Announc Eng n 8h communion Mrs. G. R. Sjogren attended the been a member longer than any o golden wedding of her parents, Mr. the others. Atteding from Bur the^42 ^girls received and Mrs. Earl Peril, at Whittemore were' the Mesdames J. P. Stow, ~'" : ~ "*•" last week Sunday. The Perils went Lillian Sheldon, and Martin Vin- lo church, and when they got home aas, and Edna Staley. found all their eight children but —two there and a big dinner waiting. Mothers and Daughters Party— They came from Austria 45 years The mothers and daughters of ago, and Mr. Peril was for many Ihe First Lutheran church were en- years in the employ of the Milwau- tertained at a banquet at Luther kee at Whittemore. The. absent hall Friday evening. old at '$10, draw eight per cent iividends. Mrs. F. W. Wehler and Mrs. Salie Kranz leave this afternoon for Ames, whence they will leave early .omorrow morning for the west. Mrs. Kranz will stop at Salt Lake City for several weeks before con- inuing to Pa'sadena to spend the winter with a son. Mrs. Wehler goes to Oakland to visit her daugh- :er Gertrude. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles will take them to Ames this afternoon. At a meeting of the local railway mail clerks November 22, it was decided to solicit all clerks here for conlributions to a fund for welfare work, the proceeds to be given to Antoinette Bonnstetter lor use at her discretion. Miss Bonnstetter reports that they contributed a day's wages apiece. She has also received contributions from the Child Study club, the Alpha-Oelph- ians, and the Orpheus club. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Taylor departed by auto yesterday or the children were August, Cedar -ids, and Mrs. R. E. Vincent. Rap-1 This was the first mothers and Cali- daughters party, and the Mission fornia. Others are Charles, Minne- society, which sponsored it, hopes apolis; Alex, West Bend; Adolph to make it an annual affair. A and Lawrence, Whittemore; and "birthday" cake with a single can- Mrs. August Pijahn, Lotts Creek. Idle was served. Algona's new water tower has|' The program included piano ;aken shape with astonishing rap- solo by Lynette Mahan; a vocal dity in the last week, as piece af- duet by the Mesdames M. A. SJos- ;er piece was placed in ..position by trand and.D. D.-Monlux; and talks: ihe workmen. The tower "legs" 'Home, Mrs. Monlux; Mother, Mrs were all in place Saturday, and G. D. Brundage; Tribute by a they rise to within 20 feet of the Daughter, Violet Norman. There top of the standpipe. A catwalk ' ' was put into place Saturday, and Monday the workmen began the slower work of riveting steel parts together. It is expected that most of this week will be taken up with the riveting. Cold weather and strong winds do not stop the workmen, who are used to the heighths and to walking or climbing about on the steel frame-work. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith, Mrs. H. L. Cowan, and Richard Cowan spent 'the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. (Parsons, Des Moines. Mrs. Parsons, a sister of Mrs. Cowan and Mr. Smith, accompanied i MAI* t»*4v* *H.«a* -B.***B*» **.«••»«»-.. — — | ny,j'teu uy ciuiu j<aoi^*-Mt*j v*. -..— — — ^ - • . spending today at Perry, where i J a before f or .Chicago .to spend them to Lewis Saturday to visit a L hey and their son-in-law, Dr. Geo.' Thanksgiving with their daughter, brother, Arthur'Smith, who recent- r* Tit__;_»._ __« iw* J!«« n-M _. _— i . 1 ;_ _!«... !.• m sxirnri iVtoro T.^TlTYl SH"TAnT.P.l*. 111.. Elvidge, .of Perry, are dinner , MrS- Grace Humphrey, who is play- ly moved there from Streater, 111. Iguests of Mr. and Mrs. Waller' ounds supervisor at one of 'the to manage his mother-m-law s ICrist. I city schools. As part of Chicago's farm. Mr. Smith was an Algona "ow. I ClUj OUHUUID. -rt-0 u»* * «* v».*~.-ci- - . _ The E. F. Schemels and E. F.'s enforced economy school prgram boy who once worked in the local ' - ~ "-•- ' sh e will be off duty in December, postoffice, and Mrs.-Smith was Ef- and her parents plan to bring her fie Burns, who taught here. They home with,them for a visit. Her have four children and the eldest husband is in the employ of the Marian is Completing a course of Quaker Oats company at Chicago, nurses' training at St. Luke s hos- Christmas seals will be sent out pital, Chicago. next Monday by the local campaign, E. E. Wheelock, Douglas, Ariz, group headed by Mrs. j; W. Little, arrived last week Wednesday, and county chairman, and Mrs. Adrian is visiting his brother John. It is Burmeister, Algona chairman. They 3D years since he'left Algona, and are Tent out to individuals by mail,, it would take a. book to tell of his and the recipients are to return varied activities in the iour de- cash equal to the number of seals.cades «e has traveled widely, enclosed This year, however, the ^served extensively m the army, rTturT envelopes are not to be forked in all editorial positions on mailed but to save expense of , newspapers from reporter to edi- tST S&S dePOSUed " a b ° X jSaS^SerT £$£?% AlgonTnTwho attended a Joint i Washington, D. C, the Twin Cities, meeting of the county Legion-Aux- and the Pacific coast, served in maw at Wesley last Thursday .Cuba and the Philippines, been see- were the. LE Hoveys, V. V. Nau- retary to high military officials, were ine. u. a. ""* c '°' *• „,„„„ — A „„ «« A* rvrocont HP is intp.r- dains, Edward Sheehans, Glenn McMurrays, L. M. Merritts, John Duttons, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, the G. D. Brundages, Mrs, •parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip ISchemel, are at Des Moines today, Iguests of the E. F. Rahms. Mrs. IRahm is a daughter of the elder I Schemels. ' ' Mrs. T, P. Harrington and her I son R. J. drove to iFort Dodge yes- Iterday to meet and bring home iBernice Harrington, student at IGrinnell. for the Thanksgiving (week-end. • Mr. and Mrs. Theo Aulman, Des [Moines, came yesterday, and will go back today, taking with them [the latter's mother, Mrs. Ella [Laird, who will spend the winter {with them. tola Lehman, Des Moines, spent [Sunday with her parents, Mr. and | Mrs, Andrew Lehman, Hobarton. She is now private secretary to the secretary-treasurer of the. Central States Theater Corporation. .• Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kroeger, Des •!^| Moines, were recent open pheasant season guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ward, north of town. The women are former Alpha Chi Omega sorority sisters at Iowa City. were 75 in attendance. Auxiliary Meets Tomorrow Night^he Legion Auxiliary meets a' tile Legion hall at 8:30 tomorrow night. Afler the meeting Mrs. V V. Naudain, president, will enter tain in appreciation of the unit's go ing over the top in a memhershi] drive. As this is rehabilitation month, each member is to tak good used clothing for children, to 18, to be sent to the supply shel Des Moines, whence they will b sent out to clothe children of ex- service men. Members are also requested to take a few Christmas cards to put in Christmas boxes for disabled soldiers in hospitals. P. C. Club Has Card Party— The Plum Creek .Literary & Social club had an evening party at Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Sampson's last week Wednesday evening, and 500 was played at eight,tables, Mrs. Ben Knox and James Davidson winning the high scores, Mae Fitz- gerald'and Boss Calhoun low. The next meeting will be on December 13 at Mae Fitzgerald's, Elsie Will- rell assisting. Each woman is to lip. She was also elected an offi- er of the club Her mother, Mrs. . H. Long, accompanied her to rtason City for the initiation. The nether advisor of the organization s Mrs. Laura Lenz, Mason City. Vedding Anniversaries Observed— Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McArthur en- ertained Saturday evening in hon- Dr of their own 7th wedding anni- rersary and the 48th anniversary of ;he marriage of Mrs. McArthur's parents, Mr. and Mrs. IL. R. (Dutton. Attending were the M. L. and L A. Dutton families. Five Hundred was played; and first prize was won by Sazel Dutton, low by Mrs. L. A. Dutton. A - tray luncheon was served. Attend Mason City Party— The N. W. Bell Telephone Co., , , , « A. I •av'iivsui uuu Guild Circle meets Saturday after- confess i ona i noon at 3 o'clock at the church, Engllsh and Annette and lErmadme Han- ment ror son, hostesses, will conduct devp- ce]ved at parsonage Saturday. Coi tionals and review Chapter 3 m flrmatlon instruction 'Saturday fore•the study book, How Far to the Nearest Doctor. Louise Smith will tell about Henry Benjamin Whippie, and roll call responses will be | items from "Five Continents." Mr. and Mrs. G. >D. Brundage en- 1 tetained at three tables of bridge Sunday evening in honor of their wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Mahan won the high scores, Mr. and Mrs. N. V. Lowe second high. The guests presented Mr. and Mrs. Brundage with a gift, and ] lunch was served. '(Rosalie Swanson celebrated her] ninth birthday Monda_y afternoon | with' a party. Guests included Dorothy and Betty Brown, iPattie Hull, ip'atsy Hynds, Avada Bingaman, Oneita Thompson, Inez Harris, and Siances Cunningham. Rosalie is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson. The Presbyterian Light Bearers meet at the church. Saturday afternoon at 1:30. Hostesses will be Mary and Betty Mesirig; devotionals, Maxine Moore; study book, Dorothy Butts; entertainment, Dorothy Dailey. Self-iDenial 'boxes are to be taken to the meeting. Mrs. H. V. Hull entertained at 7 TIGHT OLD COUGHS LOOSEN RIGHT UP One little sip and the ordinary cough, is gone— a few doses and that tough «,.«.»«<>»d hang on cough, i* ieard : no' more—it's really wonderful to watch how speedily bad, lingering colds are put out of business. Right away that tightness loosens up—the bronchial passages clear—you're on your toes again- happy and breathing easier. You never know what hour vf the night you'll need this powerful yet harmless mixture that "act! like a flash"—so get a 45 cent bottle of Buckley's Mixture (triple! strength) and keep it handy. Sorensen's Drug Store and all druggists sell it and money back if no| delighted. CALL THEATRE ectrtc SYSTEM Wide Range Sound Station. At least 25 per cent more to every picture as a result. entertained employes and others at a district party at the 'Dennison club, Mason City, Friday evening. Dinner was followed by dancing. Algonians who attended included Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hancher, Mr. and Mrs. Otto iFiske, Bernice Storm, Leighton Misbach, Cecil Benner, Virginia Good, Lillian Kressin, and Esther Lamuth. Shower Honors Mrs. Parsons— The Mesdames Clinton Sampson, Jerry Helgens, and Karl Willason entertained at a shower in honor of Mrs. Victor Parsons Saturday afternoon at the Sampson home. Bridge was played at four tables, Mrs. Ben Knox winning the high score, Mrs. Henry Douglas low. Mrs. Parsons received many gifts. Refreshments were served. 45th Birthday is Honored— •More than 50 relatives and friends took C. A. Geilenfeld by surprise Sunday evening. Five hundred was played at five tables, and Mrs. Lloyd Gross won the high score, Mrs. Walt Riedel the travel prize. At midnight lunch was o'clock dinner Monday evening, and the guests were seated at three tables decorated in the Thanksgiving motif. Mrs. Joel Herbst won the high score at bridge. Table prizes were also awarded. Mrs. A. W. Amunson entertained her bridge club Monday evening. Mrs. John Dutton won the high score, Mrs. Glen McMurray the travel prize. The_ club meets again a week from tonight with Mrs. G. 'D. Brundage. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore and Mrs. L. E. Hovey entertained the Legion Auxiliary at a radio sewing party Friday. Mrs. iEsther Thompson, of Dallas Center, gave a radio address on rehabilitation over WOI Ames. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society meets next week Thursday with Mrs. C. F. Specht; assisting hostesses, Mrs. James McGee, Mrs. G. L. Van Dorston, Mrs. Jeanette McMurray. ; -Mrs. F. E. Sawyer entertained at 6:30 dinner last week Wednesday Thanksgiving Day and Fri., Dec. 1 Matinee 1-3, night 5-7-9. SPECIAL Walter Winchell's musical drama of 1933. CONSTANCE CUMMINGS BLOSSOM SEELET BUSS COLUMBO Abe Lyman Band and Dancing Girls in "Broadway Thru a Keyhole" Also New News. Walt Disney's Colored Silly Symphony "Birds in Spring" and Happyl Warriors. Thursday, December 7 SANTA GLAUS DAY IN ALGONA Merchants' free show for children (1 hour of comedy 12 to 1). Admission, merchants' tickets. Par- Saturday Extra Double Feature December 9 \THEATRE, and WYNNE GIBSON in "Her Body Guard" You'll regret missing this one! ade at 1 o'clock. Regular matinee '2:30 Prices, 10-25c. to 4:30. Free Micky Mouse Hub. Merchants show (comedy) 4:30 and 5:30. Friday, December 8 in BUSTER CBABBEE Tanim The Fearless" Sunday and Monday, Dec. S and 4 30 Call theatre patrons this week BIG SPECIAL! proved it the big one of this fall. , 'Special screening of this one to Jack Dempsey in the picture. t evening. 'Bridge was played at four tables, Mrs. Earl Griffith and Mrs. B. T. Agard winning the high scores. Mrs. - McCorkle and "Sonny" r I got •home yesterday from Gleridale, • Calif., Wb>r« J tJ>ey had^spent three, months with SJrs;'''McCorkle's parents, Mr; T "and f Mrs. -A. Mi' Jasper- fon. Doctor McCorkle met them at Boone. A colt coming four sold for $128 in the-'Cloein* out -sale at the W. A. Winters farm in the Lakota- Titonka neighborhood Tuesday afternoon. Other ~ prices were fairly good also. Col. C. O. Riddle cried the sale, Mrs. W, C. Dewel, who has been, with her. son, Dr. B. F. Dewel, at sota> Evanston, 111., two months, and meanwhile has been taking; x-ray treatments at Chicago three times a week, is expected home Saturday or Sunday, D. p. Monlux drove to Ames last night aijd; brought home his son William, also Carl and Kenneth Medin> and -Edmund -Norton, students at,Iowa Staie v college who are spending the Thanksgiving week-end ai home. Mrs. ft. M- Wallace underwent an operation^ at the Worrell hospital, Rochester, Minn., last, week Wednesday. iDpctpr Wallace took her to Rochester the preceding day, returning Friday. Mrs. Wallace will be there another week. George W. Godfrey 1 spoke at Thornton Monday at a banquet giv- i en by the Mason City Rotary club for business men and farmers. Mr. ! Godfrey, wh.0 is a past president of I "»e Algqna Rotary club, stopped ! here for dinner with the local club. ! .John ShJlts <Wk Mrs. Cora Vir- I ejn to Hastings, Neb., Friday to visit her .daughter, Mrs ' Merv 2 n Poote, this week-end. John, who will -bring Mrs, Virgin back, was excused from- school for the trip, 1 "' i *"" 'laje'he loses will haye to up, . „- ,^4 M^ B. w. i^jisby went *? P*s Mpjuies yesterday to spenfl <m.-'_,_•- ."svy™**- ',.•< jjjjjf, an.d JJrs. Jatt^r being" tfee Jeannette McMurray, Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle, Mrs. Anna Zittritsch, the M. A. Bartholomews, Joe Bloom, Charles Barringer, John Momyer, and Estella Arnold. • ' The R. E. Mentels, 'Antes, ; spent Sunday with 'Mrs. Menzel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaveri and. m their honor a pre-Thanksgiving turkey dinner was served. Mr, Menzel; who specializes in chemistry, is pursing studies towards a doctor's degree and at the same time teach- in the state college. He expects! and so on. At he is inter. ested in a mining enterprise near Douglas. He is married and has four children, all grown. iln a recent letter to his sister, Mrs. D. P. Smith, Chas. B. Carlon, 'Willow Grove, Pa., a town of 2,000 inhabitants, tells of a warm election there. In Pennsylvania school elections, coincide .with' general elections, -arid that brings all kinds of politics into play. "A vicious gang," to use Mr. Carlon's term, was in control, and he helped with publicity against it. His side won* and now a suit to remove three directors — holdovers presumably — is pending. As a representative of CIRLS/MEET MA* ne n te sae co. . to obtain the degref next spring. Allyn & Bacon, prominent school- He Seady holds 1m Ames master's jtoook publishing house in New but he took his liberal arts 1 York, Mr. Carlon takes a keen m- We Diversity of Minne- rest in -t^^g; bZ been gradual with a degree, writer of English. PUBLIC SALE Mhe Biddle Sale PaTilipn in Algona, east of Northwestern tracks SATURDAY, DEC, I AT 1s30 O'CLOCK SHARP I am about to complete a deal on a lot of furniture to complete a 5 or 6 room home. . ' All kinds of house and barn paint. 3S I gah of plain red, 42 gal. of white,- & gal. of cream and 5 gal. of gray. All kinds of axe and hammer handles. Lemon and vanilla extracts. ,A tew mirebred red boars of the best breed and a number of other Sirs 5 cS TshVrthorn bull weighing about 600 pounds. A tew good cows, a number of head of youngf stock. • KUUU vu«9» «* ******* r*"" — ™^ • - ^ • • \ , , _* .Bring what you have to sell and buy what you want. ?f ft re Sgfor furniture or s^ock come and snake this your sale. Terms are cash. No property removed until settled for. C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer PHONE 7» Holidays Have a Habit of cormng/rigtit along On schedule/regardless of business, or anything else. So here's Thanksgiving again, and honestly, there really is much to be thankful for. You know, of course, that Thanksgiving started shortly after a group of brave men and women landed on the' rocks of Plymouth. We can hear you saying now, "Yeah," and a lot of us are still on the rocks. You are right, of course, this country has been dragged through 1 the dreary depths of a depression.. But we contend, to'day there is hope in the hearts of men, and courage to face the future, and men are thankful because ... They have learned to understand instead of condemn, to realize that losses are only a difficult kind of a gain, to lopk into themselves and know that no part of them has begun to sag- Thankful—they are wholly alive ... Here at Zender & Caldwell's we're thankful that the passing years have brought us closer to our customers, and gave them confidence in this store. Thankful we've been able to do what we set out to do . . . provide good clothing at a low price. So we're hoping each day brings you more and more to be thankful for, too. f Zender & Caldwell ASP SHOES A TWO-FISTED LOVE STORY MymalOYMoxBAER PrimoCARNERA JdclcDEMPSEY $4 * ill ^ u Tuesday-Wednesday, Dec. & and « 100 Call theater patrons at four screenings last week pronounced it marvelous!

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