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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 16,1934 BODE GIRLS WIN SECTIONAL CAGE TOURNEY AT WEST BEND, SATURDAY West Bend Team Went to 1 Finals in Exciting, i Close Contest Bend: The girls' setrtiorta basketball tournament held In Wes Bend on Thursday, Friday and Satur day evenings was won by Bode whei they defeated West Bend in a hare fought game, Saturday night. Four games were played Thursday evenln with Bode, Ottoscn, Wesley and Wes Bend as winners. On Friday evenln West Bend defeated Wesley and Bod won from Ottosen. The winning team won a plaque and a chance to com pete In Hhe district tournament Ayrshire this week end when they wi! play Mallard Saturday evening. Balpdman-SchnrK Rites A very simple wedding was solem nized at the Lutheran parsonage on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock when Amanda Balgeman and Fred Schur were united in marriage by Rev. I. O Kitzman. Following the ceremony the left for their home on the Sohurg fain where they will reside. The bride i well known here, having been an effi cient clerk in the Jensen & Bolstart store for a number of years. The grnon Is the son of Mrs. J. Schure nntl well known here. Mrs. Frank Collins of Livermore spen a few days the past week at the homi of her uncle, Wm. RUey. Mrs. A. D. deal and son of Ro'.fe spent. Tuesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Myron Boos. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rlley and Miss Ida and Oscar Rlley drove to Algona and called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons who were celebrating their golden wedding annivcr sary. Mr. Simmons Is Mfs. Rlley's brother. Saturday evening as B.' F. Miller started his car to back out from the curb in front of a local cafe, the car started forward, ran upon the sidewalk and hit the building with such force as to loosen Che windows and knock a few things down inside. Jerry Schutter returned Saturday from <£cw Hampton, Mo., where he went on Friday with the body of Thos. Humphrey. Mr. Humphrey died at his home on the Joe Schaller farm where he was living. Mrs. Humohrev accompanied Mr. Schutter to Missouri. Save time and Energy ^Phone 214 or 215 LONG'S Food for Groceries Shop Prouty-Bowler White Laundry Soap and Soap Flakes Sale and Demonstration 10 bars ofP.-B. Soap for 43c and one. bar free. Coupons redeemed here Remember our Flour sale is still on. $1.58 for Wooden Shoe Brand Also 10 pound bag of sugar for 47c I Longs Food Shop Meats and I've IT tiling Ledyard Couple Marry at Fairmont Ledyard: Miss Anita Oclhaus, daughter of Mrs. Ella Gelhaus, and Lawrence Mayne, son of Howard Mayne, were united in marriage at flhe Evangelical parsonage In Fairmont, by Rev. Steck, Wednesday afternoon. March 7. They were attended by Luett$ Oelhaas, sister of the bride, and Donald Mayne, cousin of the groom. They will make their home In Ledyard where he is engaged In the produce business. Boosters Follow Team About 25 persons from Ledyard witnessed Ledyard defeat Grafton 25 to 16 In the district tournament at Mason City last Thursday. On Saturday night, when Ledyard met Apllng- ton in fhe finals and defeated them 19 to 26, more than one hundred boosters from Ledyard followed the team. Ledyard is very proud of the record made by the local quint. Many admirers will probably follow the team to their first battle in the state tournament at Cedftj Fails. Mr. and Mrs. Oeoge Thompson went to LuVerne on business Wednesday. George Bashara of Cedar Rapids is visiting here with his brother. Chas. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gustafson were in Algona last Wednesday on business. Mrs. Albert Barnes has been in Armstrong the past week caring for her mother. Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen entertained th? M. E. Ladies Aid Thursday afternoon at her home. George Dunn and Lou Nitz went to the Twin Cities last Tuesday with a load of cattle. Ed Yahnke of Buffalo Center was a visitor at the home of his son. Glen, last Thursday. Mrs. Alfred Schultz has been confined to her home the past werk with an nfocted knee. M. E. choir practice and fociaJ hour was held at the Ralph Olson home en Tuesday evening. Supt. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritrri. and son, Jerry visited his parents in Klemme over the week end. Herman Gabcl left Saturday afternoon for Harlan where he is to take charge of a grocery store. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Garry and Mrs. i Garry's mother, Mrs. Walsh, spent the week end at Rochester, Minn. Alice Haggc underwent an emergency peration for appendicitis last Suncay light at the hospital in Bancroft. The Woman's Foreign Missionary ociety of Ledyard will meet Friday 1th Mrs. F. O. Johnson at Lakota. Mrs. Stella Jorgenson entertained cveral friends at n birthday party for iJrs. Bert Siefert. Monday afternoon. Adolph Frlest and family moved to farm near Grant Center Tuesday. Irs. Mary Welch and family have moved into the house vacated by tl'e 'rlcst family. Leon Worden received word of tho eath of his sister, Mrs. Grac? Miller, which occurred Sunday morning at her ome in Oxford. Tiie deceased has een in failing health for several years, 'uneral arrangements were made for Tuesday afternoon. Reardon Sisters To Offer Vocal Musical Program at Call, Saturday and Sunday Fenton News Items Mrs. F. H, Balm «i1*rt*!t* > !$ Siw Wrw ; Deal bridge r.'.ub last *r** TsxseftT e»- . Lone Rock Infant of 13 Months Laid to Rest on Tuesday Lone Rock: Etta Elaine R*Uj. ter of Mr. and Mis. Fred R born Feb. 7, 1933, and died Tuesday, March tth. 1934, at the aje of 13 months as the result of a SI day illness of pneumonia. Funeral services were held at the home southwest of Lone Rock 3™£5*y afternoon at 3:30, Rey. Alien H. Wood, Good Hope pastor, officiating. JnWf- ment was made in Fenton township cwnetery. RU1 beams were four little frtrls. Lyle and Bunlce Prlebe, Mary Ann Flat* »nd Clara Blerie. She Is survived ty *>« parents and three brothers, Junes, Marvin and Frederick James and one ststw, Caroline, Awrimrr Meeting HeM Tfle American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Tena Jensen Thursday evening. Ten members and two visitors attended. Reports were Riven of U»e meeting In Des Moines and of the four county meeting that was held at Swea City br the secretary. After Uw business meetian adjourned nve hundred was Dlared. Mothers Ch* Entertained The- Mothers' Club met at the home nt \mt Victor Rows tost Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Andrew Thomsen was rtc*i?*s. The roilowir* papers -yferc siren. -Moving Pictures Do not Harm Children." Mrs. J. M. Blanchard: "Mo- viint Pictures Do Harm Children." Mrs. Fred Oeurlch. Song, by UUIan Angus and Lois Whltehlll The following are on the sick list this week, Mrs. H. J. Rice. John Sprank and June Rahn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris visited . Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Grabma »?s* SweS ; 3*s* r 5. T fir? and hostess to ttwJr Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W V. and hostess ta tlx-ir Friday rvpntaR, Mrs. W. R. WnJff «« Hook and Nwdle rii* las *fft nesxJay aftemocn. Mrs. Chris Widdri T«* jSvrss t ansfUKion 1ms for wane Wffiiam is a his son. WUbert and Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Rsst? J the S. TJ. I. alumni boaqan »s vilfie last week We-dcssdaT berg Sw« taiia Oertcia. who died at the Albert Krueger home In Falr- — March i rnont Sunday. <?f the I supt and Mr,, t,. g. Godfrey attend- fwn»r pa*- ^ a school masters' meeting at Algona cfcun*. Monday evento*. L. R. Roderick made a business trip to Winner. North Dakota, last Wednesday, returning home Thursday. Mrs. Catherine Reed and children and » Mr. Williams of Dakota City visited at the Wm. Krauee home Sunday. Donald and Gordon Blanchard. students at Cedar Falls, spent the week end at their parental home, ttie J. M. Blan- C- !* C. k.»a#* wwixwl wwi Satur- I.T ft S&«? *»aft, of »» brother's wife. 5. A. S. titan? ** Askc*. MUm. iaatpt- am* Stfitwr J. A. Schwartz to- tte present at the was teiit on Sunday at t Dtrtodajr Injun? lB*?t Sft* was 73 was vtett of par* Tuesday a birthday year old. The O. J. Ranney. J. wvisftrsd, J. A. Schwartz. Donald sett ctoUKfcter Anna Rae. Fred a* Elitt Li£& acd W. E. Laage. svtinSy {wferatfon of woman's " "" A the Con*re- Isst week Fenton attend- P. P. Newel. C. «S eca this week TJhe American Legion and Auxiliary will 'bold a benefit card party In the Legion rooms this week Thursday evening. Five hundred and bridge will be played. Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod attended the GOOD HOPE NEWS SsBSOoxe**^^ Key. and Mrs. Allen Wood attended tlhe Algona sUbk-dlstriet meeting of jreachers and their wives at Hurt on Tuesday. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B Mitchell were host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Broesder and the Louis Broesders were called to German Valley. 111., ten days ago by thp death of a 'brother-in-law of Mr. Broesder, 8r, Mrs. W. J. Bourne attended the meeting of the D. A. R. in Algona on Tuesday introducing the Rev. Wm Baddeley of LuVerne, who was to give his talk on the manufacture and distinctive marks of fine china. Special work is being done on music and a play in preparation for our Easter service on April 1. The sacrament of Baptism will be administered on that date and members received Into the church. Let those interested make their plans accordingly. The February birthday division o: the Ladies' Aid Is presenting a program at the Good Hope community room on Friday evening. Included will be two short plays and other numbers. Re freshrnents will be served at the close of the program. funeral of Mrs. Rebecca McDonald at Algona last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. McDonald was a very old friend of Mrs. WeUbrod. Mrs. Emil Haas spent tfte for part of last week at the home of her sls- er, Mrs. Wm. Maroschek who lives ear Ruthven. She helped to prepare or the wedding of her niece. The Methodist Aid society will rn- ertain this week Friday afternoon in he church parlor. Hostesses will be Mesdamcs George Boettcher, O. J. Ranney, John Menz and Arthur VolRt. Mrs. George Boettcher entertained 1 following group of friends at a .ting party last week Wednesday >enlng, Mesdames H. C. LIndsey, R. Kyle, H. E. Relmers, J. A. Schwartz and H. P. Welsbrod. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Miller of Rlng- sted spent Saturday at the home of their daughter. Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and family. Mrs. Humphrey has been ill for the past six weeks or more and is Just able to be up. Mr. and Mrs. George Bolllnger and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Bellinger and son, Clair and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wcisbrod and sons. Dale and Lyle were entertained at the Mike Welsbrod home last week Wednesday. Word was received here last week of brad. E. A. Weisbrod. E. J. Frank. J. T. Snyder. A. H. Meyer and Elmer Wels- brod. Mrs, Arnold Klatt was hostess to a group of friends Friday evening In honor of her husband's birthday anniversary. Enjoying the courtesy were: Messrs, and Mesdames Charles Glaus. John Gramcnz, Wilbert Holldorf and Meyers. The evening was spent in playing five hundred. Refreshments were served after tfhe games. Margaret and Selmer Skare, Attee Larson of Radcliffe, Howard Robertson of Eldora. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Holland of Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Sanstoe of Rlngsted were entertained at the Sam SScare home Sunday in honor of Mr. Ska-re's birthday anniversary. Clair Stenberg of Radcliffe accompanied them and spent the day with his aunt, Mrs. Jens Halverson of near Seneca. The Fenton P. T. A. meeting was held last Thursday evening in the high school auditorium. The program was given by June and Isabelle Welsbrod of the Fenton Forward 4-H club, selections by a mixed chorus, Vlrgina Frank and a talk on "Literature and Education' by the Rev. Raymond Kresensky of Algona. A short business meeting was held. Supt. M. E. Otterness, Mrs. J A. Schwartz and W. Stoeber were nominated for president, the one receiving second high to be nominated vice- president. The present secretary- treasurer, Nettie Welsbrod, was nominated for that office. The meeting was adjourned and lunch was served by the school faculty members. chards. Mrs. Glenn Sharp entertained at a party last Wednesday evening a few guests in honor of the birthday of Mrs. G- A. Sharp. About 40 friends and neighbors gathered at flhe K. O. Ewoldt home, last Wednesday evening for a surprise partv in honor of Mrs. Ewoldt'a birthday. Supt and Mrs. L. E. Godfrey drove to Truesdale Saturday to visit Mrs. Godfrey's parents. Their daughter, Bernadine. remained for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Harvey Rath home near Algona. Gertrude EicTienberfrer, who had been visiting her ister, Mrs. Fre,d Rath for a few days, Mjcompanied tihem home. Sunday visitors at the K. G. Ewoldt omc were Rev. and Mrs. L. Rlchmann, nd daughter, Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Mm. Koestfler, Mr. &nd Mrs. Peter Collasch. daughters Beada and Lor- alnc, all of Hurt, Elva Ewoldt and cssie Smith of Algona. Fred Genrlch and son, Bernard and dervln Ohristenson and Mrs. N. L. Cotton drove to Ames Saturday to a.t- cnd the mlltary circus held there n which Mr. Genrlch's son, Maynard took part. Mrs. Cotton visited her daughter. Mrs. Barley Bhelllto and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bierstcdt were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Wegner home. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Wegener home were Mr. and Mrs Art Heidenwlth and children. Loyal Walker of Whitientore, Mrs. Emma Heidenwlth of Letts Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and family of Seneca. THEATRE CHATTER A small admlsfjlon fee will be "charged. The public is invited. A representative Rroup of men of the community met at. the Good Hope community room last Wednesday evening for a social and recreational meeting. Durwood McArhlur, Kenneth Rutledffe and Rev. Wood furnished numbers in a musical program. Ben and Tom Held and Noble Mitchell comprised the refreshment committee. The next meeting is scheduled for March 21 and will be more pretentious than any held thus far this season. It will probably be the last bi-foro the beRinnlns? of spring \voik and should draw a good crowd. Fireplace $1 Mother Grocery Esther Lendtke of Fenton won Brat in the Scrappy contest which started a week ago Saturday at the Call Theare. In this contest, every child at- ending the theatre on Saturday afternoon, geta a Scrappy cartoon booklet, which is to be filled In with colored crayon and returned on the follov Saturday. First place winner gets thrte free tickets to the theatre. Dorothy Sage of Irvlngton took second place and received two tickets. Winners of one ticket each were OrvUle Bakken, Btety Messenger, Jim Neville, Russell Banwart. and Richard Halpln, all of Algona. Why not try Jt your- selj? Ask for a Scrappy book, Saturday at the matinee. Surpassing even the highest expectations, the eagerly awaited film version ol the Sinclair Lewis novel, "Ann Vickers," comts to tlie screen of the Call Theatre, Friday evening, to prove that a masterpiece of nctlon can be transplanted into a classic of the cinema. It is the story of an independent woman, and although we thought all of them were more or less independent, maybe this one is more so—in which case it should be some story. • • • NeilybeUe and Blanche Reardon, better known as the Reardon Sisters, will appear here on Saturday and Sunday. Their Saturday entertainment will be a special St. Patrick's Day number. They are both gradhates of the University of Chicago and have studied music extensively. The Saturday headline attraction on the screen \a "This Side of Heaven" with Lionel Barrymore playing the lead. Shorts and usual interesting Saturday features are included. Sunday "The Cat and the Fiddle" will bring another of those delightful and musical numbers here. Not much can be said about it in advance, but everyone has heard of the famous stage ofleroig, and when critics say the picture is almost as good, it is quite a compliment. Inds it possible to help her out o: rouble, and sails as he came; his identity still a secret. « • • Wednesday, Thursday and Friday o next week, you'll get a chance to tee all the boys and girls together. Tha include such stafflo Is, " George White's Scandals" will include such stars as Rudy Vallee. Alice Faye (the newest, poutlngest blond star that Hollywood has produced) Schnozzle Durante and millions aru millions of gals. Then there Is Cllf Edwards and enough other actors to prove it's an all-star cast. It Is understood that one of the causes of Rudy's recent trouble was tlus Alice Faye person. Better see the picture and Judge for yourself if there's anything- to it. Of tlw school two miles southeast o* town. Mtea Mart* Harris acted as hostess at » miscellaneous «nower «*, herbon* Saturday afternoon held toJWnoj-of Btera». afternoon **• spent in Wo*i Which wete A vwt ntw l Wide reeetwd and useful presents; Tnere were present. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steveri and two sons, Wilbur and Everett were Sunday afternoon visitors near Oorwlth where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Merriam and family. Mrs. Merriam is a slater of Mr. Steven. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bolenus and family near Doan. Mrs. Sanders and her niece, June Bolenus also called at the Jerome Hawkins home that afternoon. Mrs. Sarah Wise, son Herman and daughter, Nell, were Sunday evening supper guests' at the hjjme ol Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and family who Ive between Bancroft and Swea City, moving Chere the flrst of March from Hurt. School elections were held everywhere Monday. The election held at the school in district No. 1 resulted In Herman Wise being reetected director and Frank Bentele was elected director There's Spring m .Your Step When You Wear These Smart Oxfords 3-95 to 5.95 You'll swing along in a brisk, easy stride when you wear our smart shoes—scientifically designed for resilient comfort, enduring quality and smart good looks. ; We will help you selept shoes that fit smoothly—with plenty of toe-room, broad tread, yet a trimly fitting arch and heel. Record values in genuine calfskin shoes and oak-tanned soles. CHRISTENSEN BROS. SHOE DEPARTMENT. CROQUIGNOLE Permanents $3.50 r ' Tliis price includes shampoo and finger wave. Morrison Beauty Shop Phone 379 Algona, Iowa. Food News for Thursday to Saturday at The Basket Grocery ^ Peter Pan Floor 49 Ib. Back 9LS9 Tuna, 2 2Sc Swan* Down Cake Flour Me Cane SOfV 10 Ib. sack 490 I Van Camp* Pork A Bean 5e Llbby*! Peaebem, 2 No. I'/, cam for 35e Libby's Kraut 2 No. 2Mj cans — Salmon, 2 tall cans Monarch Coffee 3 Ibs. Orange Juice 2 No. 2 cans Johnson's WAX, "All Kinds" 57c Occident Flour, 24»4 pound sacks $1.09 Fancy Sunkist Oranges, 216 size, 14 for 29c Bank Deposit Nifhi, Tuesday. brings John Barrymore in "Long Lost Father." Barrymore plays an adventurer, who has deserted bis wife and daughter. The daughter grows up; Barrymore meets her In a night dub, and after finding out how much the girl loathes the father aha nag never seen, ktwpa hid identity a secret. He Congregational Church Ttie circles of the Women's Association will meet Thursday afternoon, March 15th. Call your circle chairman a.s to place of meeting. Mrs. Gunn's and Mrs. Mawdsley's circles will meet Friday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Gunn. (These circles will hold a bake sale Saturday, March 17':h at Anderson's market. Services for Sunday, March 18th. Church school at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon topic, '"Hie Four Trials of Jesus." Buena VLsta college choir at 7:30. Those desiring to unite with this church on Palm Sunday are requested to speak to the pastor regarding their intentions. RHEUMATISM Backache AND KIDNEY TROUBLE Drink your rheumatism and kidney troubles away with delictou* TERB- AVIDA, one of Nature's greatest blood purifiers. No dope, no diet. Just a few cups a day of this marvelous tea will quickly, surely and harmlessly cleanse your blood of uric add. Your kidneys will rapidly improve and your backache disappear. You wtt notice results the flnrt week, and by drinking Yerbavlda continuously instead of tea and coffee, your rheumatism will be permanently relieved. Yerbavlda is inexpensive, too. A large package tat oily $1.00. If your local druggist cannot supply you. accept no sfifrrt'^rt" but s«M 11.00 direct to Yerbavid* Sales Oow 613 Southwest Bids., Los Angeles, CTUtfornto Or ft 20-page book "The story of Yerb*vid»* free on reguett. 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Come in, lets get acquainted, we have tried to hold the price of motor fuel down to reasonable figures, and you can be sure i£ it were not for the Independent Oil Men the prices to you would be out of all reason. You help us and we will surely do our part. Your volume will help keep prices low. Coryell Service Station 1 Block South Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa.

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