The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1934
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The Algona, TTpper Des Moiaes, Algona, Iowa, Feb. 8,1934 BULLDOGS TAKE TWO NET GAMES OVER WEEK END Down Emmetsburg, 38 to 18 and Defeat Livermore <• Saturday, 31 to 23 The Algona high Bulldogs, maintaining tt« rapid pace which has made the aggregation one of north Iowa's fastest and most feared teams, annexed two cage contests over the past week end. EmmeUburg fell before the local sharpshooters, Friday, 38 to 18, and Uvermore also took the rap on Saturday night, fighting valiantly but losing 31 to 23. Algona led Emmetsburg, 14 to 11, at the half, with play fairly even. But again Coach Mercer's men staged a second half rally, much as they did against Swea City, and with better luck. The game was featured by some excellent shooting, and the Improved floor work of Spencer, and Shackleford also began to click from a scoring standpoint; he has played a strong game all season, but Emmetsburg was unafrle to stop hLs beautiful rallies toward the net, and he counted more than his usual share of baskets, as did Spencer. Llvennore put up a hard fight. C. Baker, stellar forward of the visitors' • was held to one basket by Shackleford's excellent guarding. D. Baker, Fenton Cagers Scrap, but Lose to Ledyard, 27 to 1' Bancroft, Lone Bock Other Victors of Week; Schedule Nears End With the guards doing double duty Ledyard boys scored a 27 to 17 victory over Fenton at Ledyard last Friday evening. This gave Ledyard an even jreak with the Fenton team for the season, and leaves them at the top of lie North Kossuth conference with on- y one game left to be played. The Fenton team was held to four field goals during the encounter. The Led- ards guards ted the scoring attack. The Bancroft boys chalked up another victory to their credit in their first meeting with Seneca last week. The score was Bancroft 31, Seneca 28. xme Rock boys over ran Titonka 35 to 16 to score their seventh conference Ictory. No girls' games were played rithln the conference. This week will see the end of the Forth Kossuth conference schedule for fits season, with the exception of a Bancroft-Seneca tilt which was postponed earlier In the season. Ledyard will be the site of a pair of game, which may decide the conference championship for both boys and girls when they meet the fast-stepping Lone Rock teams Friday evening. If Lone Rock girls win they will be tied with Seneca for the conference honors. If Ledyard girls win, the Seneca girls will have a clear claim to the title. If the Ledyard boys succeed In overcoming the Lone Rock boys they will be the conference champions. However, If the Lone Rock boys should win the Ledyard and Lone Rock boys will be tied for the conference championship. The Bancroft boys will play at Titonka, while the Fenton-Seneca game scheduled for this week has already been played with Fenton coming out ahead by the score of 39 to 29. Boys' ranking Monday were: W L Pet. Ledyard 8 1 .889 Rock 7 2 .778 F'enton 7 3 .700 Bancroft 3 6 350 Titonka 3 7 522 Seneca l 8 .111 Girl*' rankings: W L Pet. Seneca 3 l .750 ione Rock 2 1 .667 Ledyard 0 3 .000 ndependent Cagers Down Livermore, 43-26 The Algona Independent basketeers claim credit In the contest, as thei,,,.. ooys played another splendid game of ' team work. It is safe to say that the passing of the local team is the best Coach Willert of Wesley, playing with the locals, scored 31 of the Algonas' teams 43 points. The final score was j UVERMORE QUINTS DEEEAT ST. CECELIA First Team Bows, 29 to 17; Seconds Drop 31 to 20 Contest The Uvermore team won a 39 to 1? basketball game from the St. Cecelia academy five on the Algona courts,while the local second team also dropped its game, 31 to 20, after a hard ussle. In the first team game, the Livermore quint held an advantage at the half of 18 to 7. a lead which the hard fighting academy boys could not overcome in the later stages of the game. Th|e academy aecojnd team lineup Consisted of Thissen, Bestenlehner, ilchter, Patterson, Bode and Barry. Livermore used ten men during this ame. Summary of first team game : ST. CECELIA'S (17) FgFt Pf THEATRE CHATTER PALO ALTO COUNTY TOURNAMENT Manager Btee of the Can Theatre pulled a moving picture "scoop" when he got "Roman Scandals' into Algona for such an early booking ... on good authority we found that eight people in one party drove here front Fort Dodge to see the show which reminds us The Man About Town Says sTe&nd ffi^t^SMl" •».» ** ** ™* «U a re"hot", it can outshine many a college team In its scoring ability. Th e boys have won eight out of ten games (prior to the North Central tournament), ing only to Swea City and City thus far. The second I won six out of seven victories. The summary: Algona (31) R. Medin, f Spencer, f Pc#t,f .'.'...0 Cretianeyer, c 3 Shackleford, g 3 Sellstrom, g ' '4 Bruns. g _'' o , - <6ory going the rounds is about play on any local court this two Algona men attending a dance In was chosen as the out- J Lone Rock. They persuaded two coun. Teach- I try lasses from the community to have year. a nip or two from their bottle. What game was well played and at no I remained in the bottle was left in the igh ahead I car while dancing was In progress. To keep the game from being interest- I refresh themselves the men retired to ing. No bookings for games In the near the car for more of the Imbibing 11- future have been announced by the lo- ' J —'~ "~ — * " .- - ~» cal Independents. UTermore (23) D.Baker.f 4 Roepke, c 1 Schultz, IT . 9 * Fg Ft Pf 0 3 0 2 0 I ettes gone and the girls gone. 1 • • » Otto Harig visited old friends recently and never forgets the fast one ho helped pull on Theo. Herbst and Joe Harlg. Tlie two men were at the Stuff- lick farm south of St. Benedict. Otto _. . „, t , stehted some ducks on a pond close to Chester Simpson, who underwent an I the barn and gave Joe and Theo his operation at the Kossuth hospital at | gun to get them with. The boys sneaked up close and blnzed away with a , „ perfect hit. The ducks rolled over and day afternoon with Mrs. N L. Cotton Ule retrieving began. Wet and mud- LONE BOOK NEWS ^^aSSOatt^^ PLUM CREEK NEWS Oenevleve Altwegg was an over night visitor at the Howard Seeley home en Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry 'Phillips were visitors at the A. Eischeid home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Elscheid gave a . __ dancing party at their home" Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weber attended a card party at the academy In Algona Monday night. Win Knechb of Irvington township was a visitor a*, the T. R. Pickard home Tuesday of last week. , u Wm. Altwegg, jr.. was absent from tne Algona high school on Wednesday of last week because of illness. Mr*. Oeo. Ball and son, Louis of Nora Borings visited at the Earner Jasperson home several days last week. The Loyal Young, attended a party at the Tan Hanson home near Doan church on Thursday night of last week. A community supper was enjoyed at the Doan church Friday night. Each lady took a covered dish and sandwiches for her family. The Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal church of Algona are being entertained at the home of the Mesdames Claire Anderson and Louise Hyde on Thursday of this week. The Byron Asa family moved to the Krantz farm until recently occupied by a Mover family. The OrviUe Holdien family of Four Corners vicinity will live in the house vacated by the Asas and be employed by Mr. Krantz. The Albert Baas family, who have been employed by Roscoe Mawdsley for tne past five ytars, moved to Whittemore Monday. Mr. ahd Mrs, Earl Crouch will occupy the house vacated by the Baas family after March I Mrs. W. J. Cotton will assist. j I Gladys Stebrltz returned to Mason 1 City Tuesday to resume her college work after a few days' vacation. 'The Busy Friday club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Flaig Friday afternoon. Mrs. Otis Sanders assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders and thelr children visited at the parental John Sanders home near Swea City Sunday. Jay Godden and family of Seneca and Joe Mockery of Titonka and the victor Rogers visited at the Andrew Thomsen home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman and Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Prlebe attended a party at the August Peterson home at Swea City Thursday evening. Jake Mearis, Mr. and Mrs. Gen-it Vander Mel of Maurice visited at the Ed Ferris home Friday. Mrs. Vander Mel and Mrs. Ferris are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Welter and family of Esthervllle, Mr and Mrs. Robley Stelnhilber of Truesdale visited at the L. E. Godfrey home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Priebe, son, Ralph, Mrs. William Fischer and son Delmar, drove to Des Molnes Sunday to attend the funeral of a niece. Mr. and Mrs. Art Sprank took Mrs. Richard Walsh to West Bend Sunday where she took the train to Jollett, H]., to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Bourgo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawks and family of Seneca and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hawks and children and Mrs Jessie Stebrltz of Bancroft were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mrs E. M. Hawks. A group of the Ladles Mite society will give a Jitney colonial dinner at the church basement Wednesday, Feb 21 starting at 11:30 o'clock. There will also be a display of antiques and anyone having an antique which they wish to display, may bring it. The American Legion Auxiliary held another benefit card party Thursday evening. High prizes in bridge went to Mrs. Arthur Prlebe and L. R. Roderick. Low went to Mrs. Loraine Jensen and Jack Qulnn. High prizes In five hundred went to Mrs. Otis Sanders and Wm. O'Donnell, ST., low went to Mrs. Frank Flaig and George Pettit. . dy, and too late, the ducks were wooden decoys. • • • Local fishermen are catching crappies at Fairmont. Others have taken thousands of pounds of carp and buffalo 'arisen, f g >ahlhauser, f o atterson, f o Wssen, f a "). Kelly, c o aker, g 3 >aughan, g o LIVERMORE (29) 8 1 11 C. Baker, f D. Baker, f o Ferguson, f o Roepke, c 4 Schulte, g 3 Faith, g a Fg-FtPf 13 3 Girl Cagers Set for Tourney on Feb. 16-17 Drawings for the girls' basketball tournament which will be held at Ledyard, Feb. 16 and 17, have been an- ounced aa follows: First round—oLne Rock vs. Led- •ard; Lakota vs. Wesley; Seneca vs. LuVerne, and Whlttemore drew a bye. The semi-finals will be played Saturday afternoon and the finals on Saturday night. that if anyone will guarantee that we will have as wonderful a dream as did Eddie, and be able to slip into Home that Hollywood depicted, weTe volunteering to be knocked down by any old automobile or wagon that comes along... no wonder Rome fell; nobody could stand alt that for more than a century or two. • * • Paul Muni WM rather disappointing, In spots, in "Hi. Nellie." The last half was much better than the first part of the picture, and although thfre may be managing editors who talk that way to the publishers, they are few and far between. Ned Sparks was great, and Olenda Parrel! contributed her bit. S'funny, when you stop to think about it, there was no real romance In the entire picture. It was based entirely on dramatic suspense and action—no romance. Thursday and Friday of this week, the all-star picture, "Dinner at Eight" hits Algona's gay white way, and even though it follows "Roman Scandals", will undoubtedly play to good houses . . . Marie Dressier, John Barrymore, Jean Harlow and Lionel Barrymore in the cast Insure the utmost In entertainment. • * • Saturday, » big six ndt sb«w fa Ibt- ed, with a Mickey McGuire comedy, a travel picture, a minute mystery, "the first chapter of the new serial.' -The Wolf Dog." march of years, and "The Man from Monterey," with an assortment of great scenic shot*. "Six of a Kind," in tafa case m*st mean six of those giggle-getters, because the cast consists of Bums and Allen, Fields and Skipworth (Fields of Makes Three Tears in Sue cession; Presented With Placque West Bend: The girls' basketball tournament was held in anmetsburg Friday and Saturday and the West Bend team won. They played Ruthven Friday evening. Mallard on Saturday afternoon and Ayrshire in the finals and won by a 21 to 19 score. This makes three years in succession that the West Bend girls have won the county tournament. placque as a trophy. They won a Miss Margaret Hayne la then* coach. The players are Dorothy Miller, Grace Conde, Helen Watson, Grace Sloan, Margaret Berninghaus, Mae Sloan, Marine Hoffert, Merna Anderegg, Matle Nessen and Caroline Graham. Donald Shamans Funeral Funeral services for Donald Dean the "my sweets" fame) 7 Charlie Rug(ties and Manr Wnionrf o,,n^o^ .Jr.1 gles and Mary Boland Sunday and Monday at the Call Theatre. Former Algona Boy Author of New Book "Trumpets West" August Slagle recently had a letter rom Eimer Peterson, former Algonian who is now editor of the Better Homes & Gardens in Des Molnes. m his letter Mr. Peterson said that he had been in New York reading proof on a from the river near the ice house. A I new book which is soon to be released few have taken icy baths unsolicited this past week at the same place. • • * In the hail now used by the band there hangs a framed charter of the Algona Yeoman lodge. There are about twenty-six names of charter members, some of whom, are still living in town, it dates from May, 1900. It Is deteriorating and should be cared for. Some one interested may like to have It for a keep sake. • • • Eddie Butler, the county auditor, Is wearing a new overcoat. He wonders and why he receives so many compll- and why he recleves so many compliments. • • • Mrs. Andrews has been keeping late hours waiting for her husband who is detained for rehearsal in behalf of the local opera. She says that's her reward for marrying a man with a sweet voice. • • • A petition WM tfavalsUed Monday and liberally signed for the purpose of keeping Fuzz Robinault from appearing on the streets on Groundhog Day It was presented to oilie at the cafe and she promised to fulfill its wishes. Dad Fisher, one of the signers, requested a half day only. He thought the sun GITZ HOTEL inneapolis Newett without Fuzz on the Job would never shine again. Some resident* of RlQfsted are Mill sending money to the Drake estate. In the face of what has happened thgt sounds ridiculous. But the most optimistic people In town are those who send their dollars every month to buy race horse ticket*. Chances of wealth on races never run and on horses which never start. • • « One of the new features which Phil Kohlhaas Is demonstrating Is the knee action in cars. If you have had no first hand information concerning the same don't be skeptical, it may not be what you are thinking of. Several persons have been fooled. • • » Simmy Eram ha« a twin brother. He looks like Sammy, talks, walks, sings and has the same II) habits, in fact if you didn't know Sammy by his clothea you couldn't tell them apart • • • What do you think I* the recemfat- anoe between Ted Larson and Gordon Kuhn? Ted has a neighbor who often takes him for Sam (as Gordon ia known). Sam retaliates with the fact that parties have stopped him on the street and started to talk insurance thinking he was Ted. The two got together to iron matters out but could not agree on the cause. from the press, and while there had dinner with Frazler Hunt and Mr. and Mrs. Wood Cowan. Wood Cowan, who Is a brother of H. R. Cowan of Algona, is a well known New York cartoonist. Frazler Hunt, New York feature writer, visited In Algona a rew years ago at the Cowan, home and while here gathered some mid- west color for an article which he later wrote on prohibition. Mr. Peterson's new book which Is en. titled "Trumpets West" Is to be off the press about February 20. The scene of the book is laid In western Kansas and partly in Iowa, The Sunday Des Molnes Register printed the following story of Mr. Peterson's career and noted his new novel. ••Elmer T. Peterson of Des Molnes is the author of a mid-west novel to be published In March. Mr. Peterson has been edtor of Better Homes and Oar- dens since July l, 1927, coming to Des Moines from Wichita, Kansas, where he had been successively associate city P? 81 ??** 11 * editor and editor of' the* Wichita Beacon. In 1918 his war editorial won the Editor and Publisher prize and gold medal in a field of 636 entries from the largest newspapers. "Trumpets West,' his novel, ta laid to Iowa, Kansas and California. Sym- boUsm and musical idiom are employed to give it an unusual pattern. "Mr. Peterson was bom on a farm near Algona He was graduated from Bethany college In Llnberg. Kansas where he edited the college paper during his senior year. He bought the .»•$ Cto***™. Kansas, and it for nine years before becoming telegraph editor of the Wichita Eagle. "Later he was associated with thi» Kansas city Star, where hfwaT on editorial and reportortal staff «terson has contributed to several Simmons were held at the Lutheran church Sunday afternoon at 3:30. They were conducted by Rev. I. O. Kltanan. Donald was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simmons of Rolfe, former residents of this place. Death was due to pneumonia and he passed away Friday at 12 o'clock. Donald was born Jan. 24. 1909. near West Bend and was 5 years of age. Russell Ives of Ames spent Saturday at the Myron Boos home. The Bay View club met with Mrs. Gene Graham, Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and family spent Sunday at> Rolfe with relatives. Miss Geraldine Hoskln, who attends school at Carroll, spent the week end here with her mother, Mra. Justlna Roskin. Mr. and Mrs. King and Mr. and Mra. George Simmons of Algona attended the funeral of Donald Simmons here Sunday. Emerson and Foley put up their supply of ice the past week. They hauled the ice from the river near the John Dorweiler place. gave a prenup* evenlng In honor amon « <*n^r. ".7 , ' •*"""* u«m me American Magazine, Saturday Evening **ost, Modure's, ••>--»•--• — • ^* American paints for relaxation and hajTwrltten a column of musical criticism.- WHITTEMOBE NEWS R L. Burdlne attended the funeral of S. J. Backus in Algona Thursday Father Wm. Veil attended the funeral of Rt. Rev. Msgr. Wm. Oook at Storm Lake Saturday. ,^ 1 * Bane ot Gushing, Iowa, the week end visiting at the Frank Balgeman home in Whittemore. °'.. P - Sweene y Dodge The Doan men are giving a play at the church on the evening of Feb' 18 Clarence Seefeld rented the Lou LarJ sen farm for the coming year. Mrs pate struthers and Mary Ann Venteicher helped Mrs. A. can beef last week. M «4 AND UP n . j ^ Din« «nd Dane* * ' r M • r A M o « • SPANISH VILLAGE g>cy« CHMWS, n •mW fc*« < *. U, M« «•**». «••••' ^ Carol Andrews .pent a week visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J Andrews. Carol attends Mbmingside College. ^^ The Aid meeting at the Sparks home Mr. and Mrs. Chatter William* and littto daughter, PaUy of Mason City w*» caller* at the WUI Martinek Sunday evening. Mr. acd Mrs. John Carlson ai raadparentj to a new son be their daughter, Hnv H. Baade. The Baades art moving onto tfa* old Ward tana near the Doan church on March the .. Sunday with Fathers Veitand Hyland and with other friends in town. Mrs. Altee Cairy and Mrs. M. K. Cullen attended the funeral of 8 J Backus in Algona Thursday afternoon. Bert Morris or Clear Lake Is the new meat cutter and clerk in the H B Zumach meat market and grocery Mrs. Harold Frost and Mrs. Joe I*b- er were hortesH* at a show«r Sunday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Everett Frost. Tuesday and Wednesday of next week a musical show, "Let's Fall in Love" with Edmund Lowe, Miriam Jordan and plenty of others, and a Charlie Chase comedy are billed. And don't forget Wheeler and sey, next week. In 'H)ps Hips Hooray. W. C. Dewel Gives Talk on Heredity to Union Twp. Club Union: A very engoyable Mothers and Daughters club meeting was held last Thursday afternoon at the home of Nan Ward with Louisa McNutt of Algona assisting her. A talk given by W. C. Dewel of Algona waa very Inter- estingana tawplrtag. Hi* subject waa Heredity," a topic he is very deeply Interested in as also was his audience. He had a chart which added considerably to his discussion. The club deem, ed quite an honor to be favored with this talk. A piano number, "Theme- land" by Ley Bach was given by Mrs. Clara Thompson and at the close of the meeting Miss Kathlyn Price, teacher of District No. 4, favored the club wtih two contralto solos, "Down in the Forest" and "Quiet." The club ladies planned to remember their fellow club member, Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson. who is ill by sending her greeting cards. The president announced the meet-, ing date of the next federation meeting to be held in Algona on the 6th of March. The four rural clubs surrounding Algona win have charge with the Union club as chairman. Guests of the club were Mrs. Floyd Gardner of Plum Creek, Miss Price Rev. Wood and S. H. McNutt. The next meeting will be held at the home of Norma Bailey. February 15th with Laura Hohensteln as assisting hostess- The program follows: rc» call, Believe It or Not; music by Katherine McCall; talk, "Allergy." by Dr Melvin Bourne. Wayne Felters U assisting Floyd Bacon with his farm work. Robert Keefe is spending this week with his brother, Bernard at Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson, who "ve Just east of Algona were visitors Friday evening at the Louis Bode Jiorae Union will lose the Bennett family as one of its residents In about three weeks. They are moving to Lake City Emil stoBel and hia daughter accompanied Matt Lamuth to Rochester^ where they visitec of Miss Esther Keller. The bride received a number of pretty and useful gifts. Firm Laing and his mother, Mrs. Laing of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackerman of Hurt attended the funeral of Donald Simmons here Sunday. The Happy Housewife club met at the home of Mrs. M. T. Munson on Thursday afternoon. A gift was presented to Mrs. Munson in honor of her birthday. Mrs. J. C. Scurr, Miss Marion Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller and Kenneth and Mrs. Sue Watson attended the tournament In Emmetsburff Friday evening. The Parmi Nous bridge dub met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Myrbn Boos Thursday evening. Seven o'clock dinner was served, Mrs. Prank Lockwood toeing assistant hotteo. Chas. Riley of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simmons of Laurens and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Simmons of Fairmont. Minn., attended the funeral of Donald Simmons here Sunday afternoon. Missea Williamson, Hastorooke, Jbhn- In Seneca one day the past week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Brtener and daughter, Geraldine and Mr. and Mrs. EBflaAf Jensen of Mason City visited Sunday with the ladies' parent*, Mr. and Mr*. Robert Flnnell. Mrs. William Higglna, son Billy an* Jos. Schmttt drove to Sioux City on Wednesday. They were accompanied home by William Higgins who WM wider observation of doctors of that ptas* and his daughter, MUs RoaeO* SO** gin*, R. N., who was with him. Melvin Elbert was pleasantly surprised when twelve of his classmates arrived at 0:30 o'clock Thursday evMx- Ing to have dinner and spend the evening with him, the occasion befog his isth birthday. He waa preaentoi with many gift* and all reported * verr njoyable time. Announcement has been rettelv** iwe of the approaching marriage of Miss Mildred Reilly, daughter of Mt and Mrs. Lawrence ReUly to JoMfh Konietiko, both of Litchfleld, Mm. The ceremony will take place Februrr 13 In St. Peter church, Eden Valler. Miss Reilly la well known In this community. She la a sister of Mrs. Ja*. Butler and Mrs. Wm. Fandel. Mrs. c. W. Bansen held open at a quilting party Wednesday, who attended were Mrs. R. A. Battle tt, Mrs. Roy Crawford, Mra. Win. Relmers, Mrs. R. W. Oliver, Mrs. Paler Schumacher, Mrs. R. L. Burdlne, Mrs. Carl Ebert, Mrs. Nick Reding, Mrs. Tim O'Brien, Mrs. M. K. CuDen, Mrs. H. B. Woodward, Mrs. Alice oairy, lira. L. w. Swanson, Mr& J. p. Uhlenhake, Mrs Crawford and daughter, Kelda, Miss Ella Burke, Mrs. Wm. Ruatfr, Jr., and Mrs. Ebno Barber. S!± and J c H eckenbecker ' Mrs. ' • s. Milton Wolto and Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Scurr were among the basket ball fans who went to Emmetsburg Saturday evening. WHITTEMOEE NEWS Peter KoUasch, ST., purchased a new Plymouth sedan, t w Tom ,. PIoo<1 of °* a * e «*• • Ku the John Cullen home Thursday. Jack Farrell, local horse buyer, WM The Loveliest Valentiae A Gift of CANDY Nothing better expresses what your heart /wants to say. One at our beautiful Heart boxes filled with delicious Sweets, makes a smart and dignified gift for this romantic festival day, Peb. 14th. Heart Candies of all kinds at the Algonquin 101 East State St. Algona, Iowa. M/UWWWWVVWWWW1AJ . tnre * h ers' meeting in the °' an evening party was held last Friday evening at the Ben Gould home rnere were 35 in attendance Robert and Dickie Ryno of Fort Dodge spent Suiulay with their cousins. Robert and Donald Bode while their parents visited in Algona. Mr. and Mra. Herman Dm have *>een sojourning in Arkansas Okla homa and Nebraska since New aowrdta, to thh- WiJUam Oliver, Jr.. of Waseca, Minn., ha* been spending the past lew days Mr. and Mm Martin Duffy. Jr. the parent* of a baby boy born day. January ». H» has Moot, mat*nu4 rw«.^_.^ •* __ .._ — *r« TJioAaa Mr. tad ad*. Cdvard BuUar *«cht«r. Ruth Aon of AtemT Sunday dinner «oa*U of -^^* June* BuUar and family Weber if ntmttltta tin. with his brother. -Z**^* *°* Wejrd*rt a* New Do Your Glasses Fit Your Face T to fit every (JsjM fti,Q| Mag out jam beat points. M MB MVOfte tattar vtateT LM w >»*. A. W. Amunson W« ham <KM of Oaathcati*. I &BtfCtanrtrfrirtni(^^ Gasoline at a Better Price to the Purchaser Coryell —70— can and does sell its high grade gasoline for a price of 16.1 cents a gallon and does so within the provisions of the code for the oil industry. This is 1.5 cents per gallon less than the present price of the major companies on their regular gasoline. 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