Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1939 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 31, 1939
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••$ IOLLEGE ITRAIS SUNDAY lusic Lovers Auditorium Concert. rin Slate College sym- Jira, with Alvln R. Ifing and Illza Nle- TT soloist, gave a pro- Blcal music Sunday In audience which gtorlum of tho Algo*" \ to capacity. Peo- many surrounding 6n of H. R. Rasmus- pf music In the local mf the orchestra pre- lellcnt concert, part-. Bn amateur group. B shared by other lo- fand music lovers. on of Students. eptlon of four pro- jrchestra Is made up 'om^tlio college and |h school. Jos-. Rey- f;tho oboe players, is !r-old high school stu- Jire several violinists |h school who are • Miss Niemack, head ment In the college. -Son remarked on the flection, which has I'large number of vio- ithe wood - wind sec- iressed admiration for We • pianlsstmos and Grand Master Sunday for Mrs* Mary Hole went to Woden the week at her daugh- „„„ „,' . „„ • company for which ho travels. Mrs. Blanche Frnzeo returned to ,,,,.„ ,. , ,, t , ,, ... i _, -,.... , , , . 1110 Kev. ,1. I!. lEllilminn rt her home at Sutherland yesterday er Mrs, Cluster Harmon's. Mrs. F. C.'Volzke, wife of the local Baptlbt pastor, has been sick since Wednesday with the flu. Leila W< gcrninn, senior at tho state university, was a Friday guest here of Mrs. Clara Walker, Mrs. J. 1'. (Jhrlscliillcg was a ••• •••-o .---.. ..~.v guest last Week at her brother Mr. I for some weeks, guost of hei Neilander'sl at Spring Valley, Minn, i daughter Mrs. H. D. Johnson. Mr. airs. Walter Kobcrts left Thurs- J , ohnson is employed at the Klas- day for a ^veek with her parents, """"""' Mr. and Mrs. Zcno Bass, Htrahan. Mrs. E. llcLiino, Rockwell City, is visiting 'at her son K. R.'s hero. Mr. DeLaiib drives a DX oil truck KOSSUTtt COtiNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA Barrows, to the. former Ethelliie MUckey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert MUckey, formerly of Algona but now living at Davenport. The baby haa been named Susan Dorothy. ' Mrs. Oco. St. John and her moth£'• M '' s> , Clilr1a f lahr ' , wer ° tal < en by surprise last week Tuesday Mr. nrtd Sirs, Edw. Hillenga, of near Woden, i nf a at"' the Eta w Kossuth hospital, weight 5 pounds K< D - Einsel, w 10 ounces. Mrs Hillenga is the ? oon b ? for ° '" 3 ° fars, called His former Gertrude McNelllf who once ! hom ° >» at Cleveland, O, and he lived here was ln Iowa on BUsln c«s for a tool wh whom they had not s, called His a eran yeseray , (Monday), after having been here °™ ™rt ,f Tf * ', ™ ?£ C 'or some wek : ** att e confeence ot Meth - garage. 18 REALFF OTTESEN,, meeting. WRESTLERS IN VICTORY NO, 5 The high school wrestlers added another victory Saturday by defeating Fort Dodge, there, 19-17. Thls.was' the sixth consecutive win „.»„.„„...„„ -^,f° r the ^ocals, the team having by sections of the' 1ost only tne flrst tw o meets of emack's Record. Ick has >studled two land has played twice i the season. I Orville Bakken and Robert Conk- Hn won falls for five points each. It was the third consecutive fall for Conklin, who was the last man h • "" ~ - --- i>Jl vjwiiixiui, vmu WttO LlitJ JUHl 111U1L t Carnegie Hall, New | to enter the competition for the locals, yet In his second appear- er execution of the > Major, by, Tschal- Leopold Auer, when presented to him, con- ilble to execution, ance proved himself a point-winner. Decisions were won by Donnle McCprkle, Jerome Nielsen, and Bud Anderson. Fort Dodge won deci- i iniwviiwuii. jL-uib j-'uufit: vvuu uuui- . the Vienna Woods," fsions from Robert Deal, Henry [trauss, was played In Geilenfeld, John Holdren, and request from an Al- Dale Ehrhardt. ' u,terml« B lon the di- ' Forfeit Aldg Dodgers, ane benefit of persons Fort D °dge was given five points Iwith music, Identified on a forfeit, the result of Merlin ^instruments. Mr Ed- Altwe Eg having an arm broken I the appreciation of ten days a £°' The local s were un- for the response of able to ml his weight class. A week from Friday the locals Underwritten. wil1 meet Clarion on , f]oor This meet lafi( . ; was underwritten by O f the season for the locals, and It |and Rotary, clubs, the promises' to be one of the best. ib, the Woman's 1 club, - » (ma : chapter of the P. ISAAC K. WRAY, of Marysville, ;penscs were $100 for . Mo., grandfather of Eugene Wray, i; $2,60 for advertls- ! Algona, recently entered his 100th r the supper served year. He is said to be the oldest Ifving Mason In the United States. |1 of the orchestra In (morales room of the it 6:30 by the three anizations. on taken during the amounted to $87.85. ViH.be met by the five .bring the'"cbncert. ram will be repeated gM.ra over Station WOI |30 p. m. ienton Child -earn to Walk |n. 30— Mrs. Allan Bol- daughter Kath- |r Iowa City Wednes- latter will 'have a examination. If her. f satisfactory they will ibout two months, and [ill be taught to walk. [irl is three, years old, ime of birth both hips oint. She has been !n 9,. the cast being yeral times. -• • _ER, recently gradu- jjer, is serving a Chair pr Frank Esser's sub- er ohop. , ....:, HOSPITALS Jan. 25- Bancroft, boy. KbsSUTH. '"•'; -Mrs; Harold Angus, Jan. 26—Mrs. Bernard McGuire, Corwlth, boy; Mrs. Edw/Hillenga, Wesley, girl; C. H. Taylor, Algona, medical. • Jan. 28—Mrs, Ben Kunkel, of St. Benedict, boy; Irene Blomster, of Swea City, medical. Ian. 29—Donald Thiel, Algona, appendectomy. : GENERAL. \ January 23—Mrs. .Arthur Moulds, Algona, medical. . , . / January 24—Ed, Edwards, Ottosen, tonsillectomy; Marlln Altwegg, Algona, medical; Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth,. ATgona, minor surgery; Ivan Smith, .Lakota, medical, lanuary 26—Herbert. Haasy Algona, tonsillectomy. ' •' January 28—Herbert Hackbarth, Whittemore, minor surgery. January 30—Mrs. M. E. Brown, Algona, girl. |ito Anderson, Doan Girl, md Richard Balk are Wedded 30—Richard, son of js. Jos. Beck, and Juan- jughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Hderson, were married the Rev, Fr. Kramer, I'grew up in this "com-. 1 was graduated from [high school last spring, •oom.is an only son. ilk, sister of: the brjde- bridesmaid,' and Waln, brother of the best man. b. m. a wedding dinner • I at the Balk home, and | ]K hte newlyweds gave a Tice at federation Meet- fin Asa, Mrs. Eoss"Buf- 4' Mrs. Gordon Hanson, Woman's , club, and brtland club pommittees |- Mayme Petersen's, Ti"ay evening to prepare ad menu for a county neeting at Titonka on |hen the clubs in ques- hostesses. |w. J, Martluek's— |Mrs. Wm. J. Ifartinek f their card club at four 00 Wednesday evening. fcomeu was Mrp, Heury • men, Fred Girres; low A. J. Martinek* to Alabama— , Lambert Venteich- gr Laurel Jean, aud Sister, M|ry Ann y ett - Thmrs«*y mprnlng for Ala,, to ' visit aim D«rents, Mr. and Mrs.' t«, vho saoysd to for Church Electricity— An oyster supper at the Doan church. of elefctricity at the Tries S. D. for Asthma— . - v ~ ,_,, .»., «vm .».0uu*u** .. , U<*v V * w*****|6 •*? o l * »**e *** ** vu*» A. J.JMartinek left last week story in Wednesday's paper, / Tuesday for Canlstota, S. D., in theme was "-•"— " ; ~~ ' here. Mrs. _ _ >7 t Calif., arrived last week Sunday a few weeks with her sister, nnie Morcy, Pullerton, Smith, were x*. Kcnnctli Knndscn, service man, tho bishop of the Omaha and area. The conference was in session Tuesday till Friday. Mr. had charge of devotions and Bernard Yooman, salesman o' """"n^ " ad charge of devotions the Pratt Electric Co., attended a l (Wedll ^day evening and Friday af- Wcfltinghouso meeting Friday at tollloon Molnes. A new line of Westinghouse refrigerators was deinon- etrated. Mnrle and Dolnmr Pommerening, 'I'lie Il«v. .F.- C. Tolnkc, J. B. Whcoiock, William Prosnell, and Orvlllo Elklns attended a Baptist laymen's meeting last week Mon- wil.li Genevicve Sterling, spent da y evening at Fort Dodge. W. G. Sunday at Rochester, Minn., and' I3 °yl°. Plaiuville, N. Y., was speak- called on Mrs, Glenn Swanson, sis- er > antl n round table discussion tor of Maria and Delmar, who is was held on problems of the recuperating from a major opera- church and what men can do lotion there. wards solving them. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Douglas were olaf Solberg, who has been sick at Des Molnes last week Monday since last fall, was taken to Roch- and Tuesday' on a business mis- eater Thursday In the Merritt am- slon. They also visited Mr. and bulance, and Mra. Solberg and El- MI-H. Ariiiur jlloiilds was taken Ml>s - Glen Hnuschul/., friends. Mr. ion Carlson, nurse, accompanied to the apiicral hospital last week! Dou S 1[ is is manager .of the local nim - Ml '- Solborg is a victim of for medical treatment. Mr. Moulds I''""""Ings store. severe sinus infection. A card • ('hot Williams returned Friday from Ml- s. Solborg Saturday said Hauberg fl ' om ^ l> Pau1 ' whore he had gone lle stood tho trip well, but that no home. She is a student at the State Teachers (iollege. \ Mrs. Arthur Moulds was taken . is a local police officer. Mr. andjMrs. H. M. DEBATE TEAM WINS SECOND The A. II. s. debating team placed second in tho tournament Saturday at Perry In which representatives of 21 schools took part. Spencer, whir.1i was first, won all eight of its debates, and Algona won six out of eight. •Representing Algona were Ruby Turner, Mary CrullwhanM, Elfreda Lehmann, Edgar Schmlol, and Russell Buchanan, E. E. Attlesen, high school teacher and coach, accompanied them. Algona debaters will go to Em- metsburB tonight for a debate, and next week Saturday to .Mason City. On February Ifi they will debate at Spencer, and on March 3-4 will j take part in a district tuornament at Fort Dodge. Going to Emmetsburg tonight will be Richard Palmer, Burns Nugent, Russell Buchanan, and Eleanor Thorpe, on the afirmatlvo, and Paul Fuerstenau, Mary Miller, Pat McEnroe, and Brooks Potter, I on the negative. The high school debate question this year is, Resolved, That the United States should establish a friendly alliance* with Great Bri- tlan. -*- children, and Gertrude Peter, and Elmer Bell, Whittemore, arrived for cards and midnight lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler, daughter Betty Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisener drove to Roch- ester Friday for treatment of Betty,* Ann, who suffered severe arm, burns a, few years ago.. She gets benefit from x-rays. The party called on Esther Siems, Of Whittemore, a Mayo patient. -A Announcing the Opening of Hamill's Jewelry and Watch Repair Shop Expert Repairing on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry SPECIAL OFFEfc-ONE WEEK ONLY AH Watches Cleaned ____ $i. 5e All Clocks Cleaned «i 00 Crystals _Y~35c-50c PAUL J. HAMILL, in Barker Drug Mr. andjMrs. H. M. Hauberj' l ' om t - l i ul . where he had gone le soo te trp well, but that spent last week Monday and Tues- 1 tlle Preceding Sunday, on an an- examination had yet been made. day at Rochester where they wentl nual spring-buying trip for the lll(i <* eo ' <-'• Vanccs -came from through the Mayo clinic Hub clothing store. Lyle Reynolds, Mitchell, S. D., Sunday evening Mr. and i Mrs. Marion Burbank ! wno went wlth him ' Sot back '« t™e to attend the State college | s P en t Sunday at Storm Lake with | •Wednesday. 'symphony orchestra concert and Uleir dau S«ter Glendtora, student' f, arla ? Schouten, Keokuk, came were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. a t Duena Vista college i Friday for the week-end at C. L. M. A. Sjostrand. Mr. Vance left Dorothy jMnwdsley, sophomore at ' La Barre ' s as guest of Bob La- Monday to attend a ministerial the State college, Ames spent the i Barre> wno drove to Fort Dodge to . meeting at Chicago, expecting to week-end 'at her father E R I meet ner- Miss Schouten is a sen- return Friday ,and meanwhile Mrs. Mawdsley's, near Irvington I lor ln the s cn ° o1 of commerce at Vance and Gerry are continuing William Barry Jr.. student a t thl t state , university - their visit at the Sjostrand home. Crelghton university, Omaha spent ! Mr> an(1 Mrs> Hu S h Col well, with Mrs. Florence Scliiclitl, who is the week-end with his parents Mr I the son Wayne and Mr. Colwell's visiting her mother, Mrs. J. l< and Mrs. William tiiarry Sr ' mother Mrs. Jerome Colwell, Llv- Cook, received ----- J — Mrs. Wnl'liB A r iin All«n )= ;.„„„,.*_ ermore, were at Fort Dodge Sun- week from her Tho 72 She Reads 48 Books in Year Sexton, Jan. 20 — Mrs. Sarah Wise has been busy for the last year with a few hobbies. She has read no^ fewer than 48 books from the Algona public library, besides many weekly and monthly periodicals. Between times she has made rugs for her 11 children. Some of, the rugs she braided; some werej booked. 'She has also pieced ten' nuil.t-tops,, All this though she is Yan Allen is'renort- 'i-yoii. a card one day last brother, G. R. Cook, airs, acme Van Allen Is renort- *"•""'=• «=»" »i- JJUIL JJOUJSB oun- «v. 0 u. num uci uiuumi, u. it. ^OOK, ed greatly! improved She sat up day ' visitin e Mrs - Colwell's broth- dated on the 24th at Nashville, for thfi first Hmo Wirt a ^ Q ft Q ^_ I er ' L - A - Hill, whs Is in the emnloy, Tenn., saying it had rained and for the first time Friday afternoon. Sh^ has been bedfast several weeks. Mr in the employ, Tenn., saying it had rained and of a finance company there. i wa s snowing there. Mr. and Mrs. Helen McGnhey, who teaches at Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jo- 'hifto,, v,,,o,, -MI —i...nx.- „_,.,. hannsen Jr., who are touring !n were leaving Nashville, where they attended a ~Ho"xle~f7uit of Lloyd Pratt at " the Deniiis^Pratt ! A- ««rd from Mrs. 0. W. Erick- salesmen's! meeting ' home. The four young people son says she and her husband are Mrs. Lurlil Fesslcr. of Rincsted ! sp S nt ' Saturd ay at Minneapolis. j now located at Phoenix, Ariz. They was a guejst from last week Sun-i « . ync ' eon of Mr ' and Mrs - R - T ccently left A1 e°«a and are spend- J „.. itii mi i ™ . . ( O. JllIIS'tTnTTl "wll f\ Oil f rftt«r»rl n V\«n1r ITlf? t\ TTlr\n t IT • r»i» or» in An-t»nn« 1-,** W66KS ••• VI«^M ^•.VXHIIIIUJ y w nu Lcaunys ut »-"-'»-"»• «,nu. •. andlMrs. Raymond Beamish i wh ltten near Marshalltown, with hannsen J spent from Friday evening till Sat- i " a "" e ' A , dam s and Esther Olson, the South, urday afternoon at Iowa Falls, I CPedTa , r F , al ' s ' were week-end guests for Miami. Jjl oa Pr 1 A er day till Thursday of her mother, Mrs. J. P. | Nickerson. Mrs. Fessler's husband is a farmer. Mrs. William Wcigert, Thompson, was nj guest of Mrs. Alex Dermand last I week from Monday to Friday. The Dermands operate tho south side :of State street cafe here. AttorneV and Mrs. M. C. MoMa- hon were i Monday evening dinner guests of'Attorney and Mrs. Frank Senness, Britt, at Mason City. The .two couplers attended a play there. Sir. and! Mrs. Vern Clark, with their son Larry, drove to Emmetsburg Sunday to visit Mrs. Clark's niece, Mrs. Jack Brennan. Mr. Brennan is a mechanic in a garage, j Mrs. G.| F. Toivnc and Mrs. George Bqevers took the former's daughter, Mrs. Lewis Burnham, back to CJiarles City Friday. She had visited here since last week Sunday. .Anna Uhlendorf left Friday night for Chicago, where she lives at her son Edw. Uhlendorf's. Since shortly before Christmas she had been visiting.her daughter, Mrs. D, H. Goeder^. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Clue, of Goldfield, were last week Sunday guests of the former's sister, Mrs. M. F. Amfahr. -Mr. Clue is a but- termaker and Mr. Amfahr is a brush salesman. Mrs. Ralph Mledke's mother and sister, Mrs,. W. F. Giles and Helen Giles, Moline, 111., and Mr. Mied- ke's mother, Mrs. August Miedke, were guests of the local Miedkes from Saturday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker, of Mason City, and their two children were last week Sunday guests of Mrs. Walker's' parents, Mr.. and Mrs, D. H. Goeders. Mrs. Walker is the former Helen Goeders. Eleanor Payne, the nurse, who had an appendicitis operation recently at Mason City, is expected here this mid-week for recuperation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Payne, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard, with their two children", got home Mon•*-••' from a week with relatives at An oyster supper at the Doan a y rom ?• wee w reaves a church last week Tuesday evening Minneapolis and Fargo and.Grand served by the men netted 132.50, Fo '' ks . N. p. Mr. Barnard is man- which will go towards paying for' ager of the Gamble store here. {natollaf In** nP «1 A &.l«t~li... _^! ^1.- ' Thfl ItfttllAn fllfv d]f\V\e*-fia f.i The Mutton City Globe-Gazette complimented Major-L, T; Saul on his KXJLO address last week Monday evening by giving it a column , . ., search of relief from asthma. itica, Modern European Pol- Horse Sale Saturday, Febr uary 4 Col well Sale Pavilion r i P, M. Calling your attention to the fact that we are holding Saturday sales on horses-every week. Have-conducted two very successful sales the past two Saturdays. Last sale we>had 23 head, said them all. We missed selling the first two in the auction but sold them privately before (hey left the barn. ' , |, ~ The horses were better than the usual few top horses. Top team, J3 30.00. Top sale run. We had a ifiugle horse, 1125.00. that you wish to a home for it at market and farm- MB. CO^SHJNPR: Bring In any hordes cell, any age, color, or size. There will te present market. There is better" tone to the era are now filling their needs. Horse? muflt be as represented by owners. Wagon and harness to test them before settlement is ~ " NOTE? Ufmemher pur Tuesday auotlbu pn cattle, hogs, and, eheep.' H,gre ^ V here you see a real siwtton.-with^aot of *tock for gale. By/weight:pr by the head. Be with us' «ach sai.e. H. M. COLWELL, Mgr. - . . - c .l u *trom who suffered a brok- . mg a month or so in Arizona be- en rig l log two weeks ago Sun- f ore locating at Minneapolis, ^ wllile he was sk iing In the where Mr. Erickson will again be A ™ brose A - Cal l state park, was in Jenny--Semple-Hill hardware ^?; e to ret urn to school yesterday employ. For a good many years (Monday). He is using crutches. n <3 had traveled out of Algona for Mrs. Arba Dee Mlddlcknuff went the same company. to Primghar Friday for the week- I C. II. Taylor, who has since last end with Mary Elizabeth Foster, mid-week been in the Kossuth hos- whq teaches in the high school Pital, under treatment for pto- there. Mrs. 'Mlddlekauff, who is from California, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long, here. • Mrs. L. IJ. Stephens went to Rochester Thursday to be with her husband, who had an operation there a couple of weeks ago. He has been dismissed from the hospital, but remains at Rochester for observation. Mr. Stephens Is a local rural mall carrier. Mrs. Mary Davis, with her son Harold and Marian Deffenbaugh, left Friday for home at Streator, 111., after a visit with Mrs. Davis's sister, Mrs. F. C. Volzke, wife of the local Baptist pastor. Lillian Davis, daughter of Mrs. Davis, remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter, of West Bend, with the sons David and Dick, were Sunday guests of the A. W. Behrends family and attended the Ames symphony concert in the .evening. Mrs. Schutter is a sister of Mrs: Behrends, and Mr. Schutter is a mortician. Five young people from the local Presbyterian church attended a Second district Christian Endeavor rally at the First Christian church, Esthervllle, Friday evening: Eleanor Pfelffer, Lois Colwell, Dorothy Butts, and Richard Lund. Joseph Skow, Wesley, also attended. Mrs. H. M. Smith, the former Eva Streit, now wife of the county engineer, Is rapidly recovering from an operation performed at Mercy hospital, Chicago, last week Monday. For a good many years Mrs. Smith was the Advance's popular bookkeeper and reporter. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Barrows, Davenport, are parents of an 8-lb. daughter, borri January 20, Mrs. malne poisoning and high blood pressure, was expected to -leave the hospital yesterday afternoon or this morning (Tuesday.) His condition is considered much improved. Mr. Taylor missed the Kiwanis club meeting Thursday foi the first time since he joined the club some 15 years ago. .Mrs. Mary E. Bninson and her grandson, Bobby Brunson, came from Mason City Sunday night to visit the former's son Allan A Brunson and his family. The elder Mrs. Brunson leaves this week Tuesday to take Bobby, who Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brunson to his 1 home at Carroll, and she will thence leave in a week for Orlando, Fla., for three months with Mrs. P. C, Reed, formerly Ne'ttie Benjamin, of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. R. w. Overturf and their three-and-a-half year old daughter Connie Rae arived. Saturday from Fairmont. Mr. Overturf takes the place at the C. & N. W. freight depot of J. W. Lane, who was, transferred January 1 to Goldfield," Mr. Overturf took his wife and daughter to Lake Mills Sunday to stay with Mrs. Overturf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagen, till an apartment for rent here can be found. Mr. and Mrs. Drennan Mathes, Cedar Rapids, were over Thursday night guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Shackelford. Mrs. Mathes 'is the former Gayle Shackelford, and this was her first visit at home since her marriage at Christmas' time. Drennan, spn of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathes, former Algoha, restawan- teurs, now in the same line at Davenport, is a traveling salesman for the Continental Coffee Co Gift Messages for Your Valentine Say-it with a message straight from your, h^art—expressed, gerbajps i» better words than ypu might fiijdT-^ one of our lovely greeting cards. Whether yoyi like the sen- tiinental or amusing, we can offer you a varied, a^d artistic choice. ', from le to $1 BURT Banker and Mrs. J. T. Heaney were entertained at dinner last Wednesday evening at Supt. C. M. Bowie's in honor of the Bowie wedding anniversary. Saturday was Mary Lou McDonald's seventh birthday, and in honor of the event 20 little boys were entertained at a party at her home that afternoon. An annual Fellowship tea will be held at the Methodist church next week Tuesday, and plans are laid to make it a memorable event Clair Wolf is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Wolf. Clair Is studying for the priesthood at St. .Paul. A shower for Mrs. Edw. Hoppe was held at the Dan Harris home Thursday. LOTTS CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe entertained last week Monday evening in honor of their 20th wedding anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radlg and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer, Lone Rock; the Edw. and Walter Ohms, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs, Frank Schumacher, Whittemore; Messrs, and Mesdames William Buss; Bert Speth, Albert Kressin, John Schal- lin, Otto Ohm, Robt. Dreyer, William Wetzel, Herman Mittag, Lotts. Creek. Cards were played, and a midnight lunch was served. The' Pompes received many gifts. | Kenneth, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Kuecker, fell sick with 1 pneumonia recently and was. taken to the McCreery hospital at Whit-i temore. His father was sick with the flu last week. The Lutheran Aid association met Wednesday evening in the parochial school basement for. cards v-at frur tables. The high prizes were won by Mrs. Arthur Zumach and Mrs. Arthur Rusch, and Mrs. William Fuerstenau won the travel. The next meeting will be held on February 17. j Arthur Zumach was taken by surprise on his 34th birthday last, week Tuesday evening, when Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach and Mr. and | Mrs. Rudolph. Peter, Lotts Creek, | the elder Mrs. Peter, Algona, her' TUES.-WEDNESDAY January 31-February 1 Extended run LORETTA YOUNG RICHARD GREEN —in— "KENTUCKY" One you must see. _-THURSDAY THRU SAT. February 2-4 JACK m HOLIDAY" •P^Pt^f^rc?*Tif*;r>y$«£ .Tv^^T* n ^"5(^^^^=5g^ A man with a hole in his pants and two loyal kids bring you priceless entertainment! Peter JOLPEN * Virginia WEIDLER Plus Hectic Honeymoon Daffy Duck in Hollywood .News THURS., FBI., FEB. 2-3 ...brilllat searing ami she sets mens hcsrts afire... 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