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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moineg, Algona, loira, Jan. 18,1934 MUSICAL COMEDY AT WHITTEMORE STAGED TONIGHT Twelve Persons in Cast of Production to be Held at Academy Whitlemore: A musical comedy sponsored by the Holy Name society is to be given in the academy hall Thursday evening. January 18. Those taking part are: Danny, George Carmody; Dot, Guinevere Kelly; Helen. Ruin Ann Smith; Tubby, Sylvester Fdxsen- ITexy, Herman Fandel; Martha, Mae O'Brien; Toppy. Henry Haag; Sweetie. John Hang; Babf, Joe Loebach; .lark Ralph Keene; DeForest. Ray Higgins- and Foxy, James Butler. Beverly Hanson L= on flip this week. K c t Bend Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmidt. Jr were business callers in Alteon a Monday. Mrs. Irene Rooney returned Tups- c!sy from a business trip to Omaha, Mrs. Peck and daughter of Wrst Bend were business callers hers 1 on Monday. The Whittemore EJerator CVnpsnv will hoid its annual meeting Tuesdav Jan. 16. Mrs. John Ludwig of West spent the past wwfc with Mr? Berninghans, Mr. and Mrs. Red Balky and fasn- ily of Iowa Fills spent {.be «-p?k f.-..-< visiting relatives. A number of friends attended ;fc? funeral of J. J. Palb »; West S-r.f, on Sunday afternoon. Rosellii Doerning of Graettinsrr spent the past week visiting her sun:. Mrs. Prank FarreU. Harry Seeler and sen. Bert of Irr- ' tagton spent Sunday with Mr. and i Mrs. Frank Seeley. j Father C. P. Sweeney and Father Leo Dailey of Fort Dodge visited with fiends here Sunday. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Farrell Friday night. She has been named Mary. George Carmody and Tula Jcppeson were dinner guests Sunday at the C Willey home in Estherville Ste «. step fattter tetfpity cfSpaghetti tf* EDNA MAY OLIVER dot »» way to Kar« k hoffi< life and «n acting wb too. t* now tt> Hsliyinxxl She cam*, sh« was ««n, she eon- ing party Tlmrsday evening after at tending the theater. Mr. and Mrs, George Luthl and Mrs. Henry Schmidt spent last wee! visiting relatives In Wisconsin. Clifford Munswi returned to Oeda- Rapids Friday evening. He has secured worK and will attend a business col *e. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hansen drove to mmetoSHsr* Monday evening where Mrs, Hanseii Installed officers In the Rebek*h lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Dunne Wllcox and son of Pioneer sprot Tuesday with Mrs Wilcox's grandfather. George Post rho hss been 111. Irvin Dewitt returned from Albany. Missouri. Friday. He was accompanied by his uncle. John Bowen. They came n Mr. Bowen's car. Paul and Ben Minger and Mrs. L. R. 3nrton and son, Alfred left for their homes in Los Angeles, California, and Phoenix. Arizona. Friday morning. Tlie members of the Presbyterian congregation surpriwd fir pastor. Rev. Condo and his wife. Thursday evening. The guests presented them with ~n pound shower of good things to cat. A number of ladles we nt to the home of Mrs. Elmer Putnam Saturday afternoon and helped her celebrate her birthday. The afternoon wfes spent with fancy- work and visiting. A lunch was served. Joe Kramer Family Get Farewell Visit From Old Neighbors St. Joe: A number of friends gathered at the Alfred Reding home las week Wednesday evening and from ttiere drove to the Joe Kramer home and gave them a farewell surprise as the Kramers are moving from the neighborhood to the Stewart farm fouth of Algona. The evening was spent at jlaylng cards and socially. Mr. and \frs. Kramer were presented with a blanket as a remembrance. The are moving the first of this week. Qoixy Aixnt is. J»lt* VK-E te Ttwtac * dNvm&a* rf Klritete «T T« »* t? aid vroU j* jtw a** rf wttirtSggr is One ?»&*«• tar twtis fa i«t6e. Ttot bo* »*«••**«« •»rt SB a* t»*atr* . . «=a .«* tat ksyra fee tiwatov f «• reart. .. fin* «s i rsasjea! we5*ir Mtnss . . . in dramatic O»ra D»r»- -K-* Bwcvi- and th«n m tints Rural mail carriers of the county •were entertained 'J'uesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. James Geelan and son James Henry spent Sunday with Mi.- Oeelan's parent.? in Fort Dodge. The alumni officers called on Leonard Loebach Sunday, who is ill and presented him with a box of candy. «™H P J\u nd , Mrs ' P ' J ' Roehford attended the schoolmasters' meeting held at the Algona hotel Monday evening A* Tattr Ann Hiw*«r rf* s*wd Mr ZwjrfwJds "Show Boat" for thrw rear? and then decided she'd treuped K'njr «noa?b to r»tf a horoe of li«r own . . . Sh« was tired of tin bath ^b? in {ark towr-.? . . . and had eoffe* on Pullman jumps. Now any actor or actress will tell you Ftew starttd laoirhing at h*r first in "Cracked Nob." and termed th*ir (inrle: at her antics in "Cimarron," "Laugh aztd r*t Kcfc." Tanny Tottr Herself." Ladies of the Jwr* and Hold -Km, Jan." S&e 11« eell» solos ... the acting of George Arias and fM fasfciooed b«n sooix Sti« favors pastel fthadej in her cMhts ant! will take a third Mphif of spaghetti if urged. S»e enjon Ik* brx*» of Ronwtne Holland . . . modernistic art and elevator boys who can tap dance. la answering a questionnaire about herself she said she coold speak German and Italian, ate asparagus with her fingers and couldn't play football! a»'» fi« feet seven inches tall, weigfai 140 pounds with«wt her arctics on and has ash blonde hair and jrey bloc eyes. She looks very much like somebody's Aunt ... yes sir, ft's Aunt Emily of the Hartford branch at papa's family. Which reminds as, we've got to write Uncle Z«kc. How ore all your folks? Sunday afternoon and evening visiting Mrs. Catherine O'Brien and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Doyle received word from Flint. Michigan, that a baby l-.oy had been born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doyle. This is their second son. Mrs. H. E. Woodward held a .surprise party at her home for Margaret Bniber Wednesday evening. All the girls ;n Margaret's room were present. The young people of St. Paul's Lutheran church began the practice of the piny. "Old Fashioned Mother' for The. over were Fort Dodge shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hantelman of Fenton visited Mrs. Hantclman's sister Mrs. Henry Meyers at the hospital ori Frank Spilles of New Hampton spent Th UTSda y visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Spilles and Mr. and Mrs Frank Burke. The approaching marriage of Alfred Bierstcdt and Luclnda Hanover has been announced. They are to be married January 24. Mr. and Mrs. John Blsenius visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Blsenius' parents, Mr. and Mrs. p. w. Dahlhauser at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gade and family spent Sunday evening with Mrs Oade's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Vaudt nt Llvermore. Meta Gade, R. N.. superintendent of the Kossuth hospital in Algona spent a few days the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade. Llnrta Boeber is employed at the Louiy, Weisbrod home at Fenton. Mr> Welabiod is in the hospital at Fairmont. She is Mrs. EJerick's mother. Tile academy boys' basketball team joiuneyed to Fort Dodge Tuesday evening and were defeated by the Sacred Hetut boys by a score of 25 to 16. Kathleen and Rose Ann Holtzbauer and Eileen O'Erlen of Algona spent Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goetz of Em- mctsburg are the parents of a baby boy born at the McCreery hospital on Friday. He has been named Charles Leonard. Mrs. Will Lauck had a quilting bee at her home Tuesday. Those attend- in? were Mrs. Andrew Elbert and Marvel. Mrs. George Wlnkel and Mrs. EJ- wln Dillon. The boys' high school basketball team of Wesley defeated the Whittemore boys Tuesday evening by a score of 42 lo 22, and t!ie Whittemore girls defeated WcMe> 20 to 13. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher and tow sons, Joseph and Edward, were at Clarion Monday attending the golden wedding of Mrs. Schumacher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thul. Mrs. Ray Burdinc entertained about 25 of Betty's school mates Thursday evf-ning. it being Betty's ninth birthday. T.ney all played games after which u delicious lunch was served. Mr?. Yatcs and Frank McLaughlin of Pioneer, Iowa, visited Mrs. Yates' daughter, Mrs. Fred Goetz at the Mc- Crecry hospital Sunday. Mrs. McLaughlin, who had been here, returned home with them. Bertha Vaudt, who resigned her position at the the Farmers State Bank where she has been employed for seven years, has announced the approach JAKE FALB, WEST BEND, DIES OF INJURIES RESULTING FROM FALL Call Theatre January 14-31 Algona, Iowa Sunday, Jan. 14 Mon.-Tues. Jan.15 16 Wed. Thurs. Jan. 17-18-19 Saturday, Jan. 20 Sun. Mon., Jan. 21 22 Tues.-Wed., Jan. 23 24 Thurs.-Pri., Jan. 25 26 Saturday, Jan. 27 Sao.-Hon., Jan. 28 29 Tues. Wed., Jan. 30 31 FRANK MCHCGH KITTY KELLY -NOT TO.VIGHT JOSEPHINE" "• : -- ••'-- '- Hs.--;v .-.i of th*r Desert" r/THy •.'.•:•.':•-: lAr-y IJ^i-SS? MJ-- I-ANfc •> fO\-K ALICE BRADY hPAKKY MCDONALD ~ SI OLE V ;,i.r;y In :.'j Ki-ii.j, A.STAIRE --' l'.'jfii:?--i 'ji.'if'. P.AYMOND •f'LVI.SO DOWN' 7O KIO" K'*'.:.*r.:.i: JJ-;,L;-r. l>, .^;~, I-3:rbanki, Jr. '•-MOK.MNG GLOKY" BH-TI'E JjAVLS CHAS PARRELL "1JIE BIG .SHAKE DOWN" MARCH OBO. RAfT MIRIAM HOPKINS in ".MX OF ME" BEN LYCN <; Ht^IRY GORDON O'Ho KKUGtR UNA MfcRKEL "WGM£N IN HIS LIFE" r.iy Cuitj-'j-Ls .n in budge "Sotiety Cheater*-'' aud 'Huruuiaicn Riic-il*' JOAN CRAWFORD FRANCHOT TONE FRKD ASTAIHE MAY ROBSON "OANt'ING LA1)Y" MARY PJUKFORO LESLIE HOWARD "SECBETS" Our Gai.^ Couicdy Serial of her marriage to Louis Grcinert. The marriage will take place January 23. Hubert O'Brien. Leo and Herman Kollasch, and Sylvia Thilges drove to DCS Moines Thursday morning on business. They visited relatives at Stuart and Mary Alma O'Brien at Oakdale. They returned home Saturay night. The board of directors of the Whittemore creamery are receiving bids for the output of the buttcnnilk. The past summer the buttermilk has been much in demand. Borne men spent mast of the night waiting In order to obtain it. Jack Furrel! received word from Lu- zernc that, the barn on the Farrell estate there had burned to the ground. Some damage was also done to the corn crib. John M. Farrell and Edward Furrell went to Luzerne Friday morning where they will see about letting the contract for a new barn. Early in December Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher sent a fruit cake to Mrs. Peter Joseph Schumacher at Coblenz, Germany. It took three weeks for her to receive It. She sent her grand- ions, Joseph and Edward, ten marks for a present. Last year she sent them the same and when it was changed to U. S. money it amounted to $1.32 more this year than last. The meeting of the National Association of the local creameries of the Northwest district of Iowa was held at Spencer Thursday. Those who attended from here were: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, Eo! Youngwirth, Elmo Barber, und Mrs. H. E. Woodward. Mr. Bartlett was elected secretary in place ol Mrs. Johnson of Esthervllle, who has moved irom the district The Rosary society of St. Michael's . parish held unother of its popular card Mr ancl Mrs - Myron Boos and family Funeral Services field Sun day; Wife, Son and Two Daughters Survive West Bend: Jake Falb died in St Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., on Friday morning, following an operation Tuesday evening. Mr. Falb fell when alighting from a moving car, Dec. 23. Two blood clots were removed from Us brain. Mr. Palb was 60 years old and lived in this vicinity all his life. For a number of years he was owner of a meat market here, selling out and moving onto a farm. He and his wife moved to town about ten years ago and he has been working in the West Bend elevator since. He is survived by his aged wife, one son, Walton and two daughters, Mrs. Frank Dogotch of this place and Mrs. Ell Anliker of Hardy. The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at one o'clock from the house and 1:30 at the Apostolic Christian church and burial In the church cemetery. The entire community extends sincere sympathy to the bereaved family. Basketecrs Play Whittemore The West Bend basketball teams journeyed to Whittemore Friday evening for a double game. The girls' team was in the lead but Whittemore evened the score at 18 to 18. The boys' game, won by the locals was more one sided. The score was 40 to 25. The teams play Ottosen here Tuesday evening, and at Bradgate Friday even- Ing. ANN HARDING CLIVE SROOKK OTfO KRDGER DICKIE MOORE "GALLANT LADY" Extraordinary Entertainment ROBT MONTGOMERY MADGE EVANS FUGITIVE LOVERS" Fiom "Tnii-ieaiHiueuuJ Bus" Story 'IWiUiicolor niiujieil. "GIKL TKOL'BLE" and a chorus uf Hollywood parties in the acadt-my hall Tuesday evening. Thirty-two tublp.s of bridge and live hundred were played. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert of Algona received high bridge prizes, and Mrs. Nirk Se- inon and Eimo Barbi-r received high five hundred lirizf-s. A delicious lunch was .served. Music for the dance wns iunil.shi'd by the Swance orchestra. The Lutheran Ladies met Thursday afternoon and purchased a new .stove from. Roy Ejustrom. The young people and the choir are helping t j pay lor it The next meeting of the Aid tti.l be Timr.-day. Feb. 8th. The cwn- mitt.-e i.s Mr.'i. Charles O.-»twald. Mrs. Aujjus', Schalwhn.-idi.-r, Mrs. William Iliu-cii. Jr. Mrs. Lawnnc* Peril. Mrs. j Win. RnUr and Mr.-,. Frank Schatt- j .•.C-MiCid..:r i The lini 'K.Y: HiL-li iiv.- hiiiidri i! c-l'ib j i/.'-t at t:.,- :-..j:u- of Mr. and Mr.:. Ju- I !i;..-. \V;i: Wmirf-. djy e\.i:in:{. Claris •••••;>• ."•!: .-.:.u Mr., Loui.s Hiickliarth, :.!r ; Mr.-, Arnold M-ine, Mr. and Mr, .J,iii,.-s Coon.-y. Mr. and Mrs. F. !ic!.eali,-r. Mr. and Mr*. Oi-or:<" Win'.'• 1 M: Mr.->. Juhii Juctib, Mr. und Mr:, Andrew Eberl and Mhrvrl, .Mr. ancl Mrs. Will Lauck. Mrs. Will Lauck and Andrew Elbert won high prizes. Former Algona Lady Suffers Severe Fall Buffalo Center Tribune: In starting from the iide porch of the Buffalo Hotel leading to their living quarters, Mrs. E. C. Hertig had the misfortune lo lose her balance, at the top steps last Fri-Jay and fell lull length f) the bottom. She was badly bruised, particularly about her ankle and back, but con.,idero herself lucky in not having £iu>:ained more serious Injuries. Yes. Ma'in—You can itilJ buy u.t Gamble's at 1933 prices. Electric Hoobc- Lamps, 4 for 32c—Knit Jersey Gltrvt-s, 2 pr. 25c—45-volt "B" Batteries t9c—Electric Percolator, Hea.ter, Iron, Toaster and Hot Plate, each 89c—8- cup Enamel Peroclalor, 89c. 3 spent Sunday at Rolfe with relatives. Oscar Riley returned home Thursday evening from Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Clarence Munson and Ralph Maberry were business visitors in Fort Dodge on Monday. The senior class enjoyed a sleigh- BANCROFT NEWS &&®cs^^ N. .T. Nemmers Is reported seriously ill this week. Ed Vaske was operated on Monday morning for appendicitis. Joe Welp, Frank Rccker and son, Dickie, were AJgona visitors Saturday. Mike Johnson broke his ankle last Thursday morning but Is coming along nicely. Miss Ethel Husome of Buffalo Cener spent Sunday evening at the home of O. s. Underkofler. Maurice Bernhard was operated on ast week at the Wohnke hospital and will leave for home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elsbecker are the parents of a baby girl born last Mon- ''ay. She was named Betty Byrl. J. H. Menke, Ford dealer here, drove o Fort Dodge last Wednesday to at- end a dealers' convention there. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rahe, Ann Rahe and ATS. Rudy Rahe spent a week at Dy- rsville and returned this week. Miss Leona Rccker spent several days ast week at the Joe Rccker. Sr., home. he Is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Reek- Many children and adults attended he basketball game in Algona Sun- ay. St. John's ^von by a score of 50 o 10. Mrs. Max Dudding entertained three tables of bridge at her home Sunday evening. A delightful lunch was served to those attending. Mrs. Ray Miller has been attending her mother, who was seriously ill at her home in Beatrice, Nebraska. Mrs. Miller is expected home this week. Mrs. J. H. Sheridan gave a surprise birthday party for her husband Monday evening. Twenty of his friends attended and the evening was (pent In playing bridge, after which a lunch was served. A surprise party was given on Patricia Saunders Friday night. All the children In the seventh grade attended. Many delightful games were played and an equally delightful lunch was served the little ones. A good sized Ice pond was made on the south side of St. John's church some weeks ago and another layer of ice was formed Saturday. It Is loads of fun for all the children as well as the grown ups and all are taking advantage of It. There was a large attendance at the card party Sunday In the basement of St. John's church, cards were played at 41 tables, and the lunch was served cafeteria style. There will be another one next week. Those receiving high In bridge were Mike Droessler and Helen Cogley and low were Monica Baker and Prank Foth. Those 'high In five hundred were Mrs. George Foth and Ambrose Vaske and low were Mrs. Joe Cogley and Rudolph Fangman. A miscellaneous shower was given the bride-elect, Miss Adria McGulre last Thursday evening. She received many beautiful and useful presents. Instead of cards one of the many entertainments offered was a very useful one The young ladies were given e. quilt block and embroidered their Initial on it. Those attending the shower from out of town were Mrs. Martin McGuire anrt her mother, Mrs. Volt of AJgona, Mrs. Joel Seifert and Mrs. Jack Lynch. Theresa Miller Is attending to the loufehold duties at the Joihn Altman lome. Reglna Kruecher of near West Bend ypent Sunday with her sister, Isabelle Kruecher. Mrs. Jack Devine was confined to her ed last week with an attack of ap- 'ndlcltls. Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Berte . and hlldren spent Sunday at the Ernest ales home. Norbert Frlders is helping with the itting up of wood at the George Wager farm this week. Laura Hilbert, teacher In school district No. 6, has resigned and Maxine Devine of Algona Is the new teacher. Mrs. Lucy Wagner and son, Nicholas were Sunday afternoon visitors at the George Lenert.s home near Llvermore. Mr. and Mrs. John Hilbert and their daughter, Judy Ann, of Corwlth were Sunday visitors at the Math Hilbert home. Quite a number from here attended a shower In honor of Agnes Orlger at the academy hall In Whittemore on Sunday. Herman and Julius Becker left on Monday for Minneapolis taking some pop corn which they plan to sell In the cities. John Thul accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer drove to Claremont, Minn., last Monday. They returned home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Nick Zelmet and little son left Monday for Springbrook to visit with relatives there before returning to her :ome at Milestone. Montana. Mrs. Mike Wagner and children of Algona visited at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet this week end. Agatha Thilges is assisting with the lousehold duties at the Frnnk Weydert home. Mary Plsch, who had been here, returned to her home at St. Benedict. A card party will be held next Sunday evening. January 21st at St. Jo- cph hall. The public Is Invited. Mrs. ames Reding Is chairman of the serv- ng committee. John Kloaster of near Eagle Grove visited with his sister, Mrs. Mlfce Kafr- rel *nd family, owl Kami returned home with htm after visiting relattrea near and in Eagle arove. Mr. and Mrs. George Simon and children of near St. Benedict, Mr. and Mrs. Herlev Neilsen and Duane Benge of near Bradgate were Sunday visitors at the Wm. Hammer home. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and son, Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Mrs. John B. Reding were visitors Thursday evening at the Geo. Lenertz home near Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. William Reding took their daughter, Stella Mae, to Ftort Dodge last Thursday, where she had her tonsils removed. Jim Reding an* daughters, Alvlna and Alice, aoouMm panied them. Mr. and Mrs. John Altman are the parents of a baby boy born Friday, ranuary 12th. Mr. and Mrs. Altman now have a family of four boys. The nfant was baptized John-Nicholas on Sunday afternoon. Sponsors were Margaret Gales and Nick Altman. John Kayser of Fort Dodge accom- sanied by <his nephews, Eugene Tbtfl, lerman Illg and Edward and Irwln dschen of Cylinder left Saturduay for Ownttonna. Minn., to help Mr. and *rs. casper Kayser and Mr. and Mrs. 1 ick Phillips aelebrate their doi^le liver wedding. The members of the Friendly club met Wednesday, Jan. 3rd ait tflie Jack Devine home. Mrs. Wm. Metcen was assisting hostess. 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