The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 1, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 1, 1934 Many Social Events Keep St. Joe Homes Busy During Week KeUner In St. Joseph's hall on ™»j£J eI S (X>n '~J 0 ? s K«"ner to to waffled NOV. 6th to Joseph Ber- Tn« afternoon -was scent at niav- ^rldTO at four tables with oisra OaJes receiving hleh score. Five hun- ored was played at 19 tables with Ro- ealla Prlders receiving hleh prize. Door trlzp was awarded to Mrs. John ZeU- er. Tie bride-to-be received many ceautiful and useful sifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses 10 about two hundred. Peter Erpeldlns U a patient In the Kissuth hospital since last, week Wednesday. Rev. English of Aleona was a caller at the John Fuhrmann home on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Becker and family of Burt were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Arthur Hist home. Mr. and Mrs. Von Bank from West Bend were Sundav afternoon visitors at the Mrs. Lucy Waener home. Agnes Berte who underwent an operation at Rochester. Minn., recently returned to her home Thursday. Mrs. M. Hanlfan and Thomas returned home Sundav from «. two week's visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Eischfen and family of St. Benedict were Sundav afternoon visitors at the Tony Becker home. Matt Bormann and sons from near fit. Benedict were Sundav afternoon, visitors at the Nick Bormann. ST.. home. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughter were Saturday afternoon callers at the Nick Elschen home near Aleona. Joseph Becker, sr.. had the misfortune to crush the thumb on his right hand the latter part of last week while be was resetting an elevator. Leo Hammer and friend. Wilmer jErlckson of Alexandria, Minn., were Sunday dnner guests at the William Hammer home. The bovs are picking com In the St. Benedict, vicinity. Thursday, the Feast of All Batata, a holy day. will be observed with high mass at. 8 o'clock and low mass at 10 o'clock. Friday. All Lord's Day. there •will be three masses, first at 7 o'clock, ftcond at 9 o'clock and the last one at 9:30. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elschen and children AdolDhine and Oua from Llne- lontr. Saskatchewan. Canada, arrived at the Leonard Thiloes home last Monday tor a visit. Mrs. Elschen is a- sister of Mrs. Thllges and tJiey had not seen each other for over 30 years. Early Friday morning they left for a two weeks' trio to Chicago, and Buffalo. New York, to visit relatives, after which tbev will be back for a lonocr visit at the Thilge* home. Julia, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thilges accompanied the Elechens on their two weeks' trio to Chicago and New York. They olan on taking in the close of the World's Fair. A Hallowe'en birthday oartv wtt given Saturday afternoon at ttw Martin Mcauire home in honor of Bittr McGwire's 10th birthday. In the- afternoon Mrs. McOuire took the 10 bovs to Algona to attend the afternoon show. After returning from the show the bovs olaved games and contests wtrn held with Marcel Reding and Jake Thilges winning arizes. At 6:30 a two course dinner was served after which games were tdaved outside. At nine o'clock the boys returned home, all having entoved the party. Those present were: Herbert and Albln Kayser. Wilfred and William Becker. Jake nnd Norbcrt. Thilges. Marcel Reding. Richard Belling and Donald McOutre. Lone Rock Pageant Presented in Algona Lone Rock: "The Challenge of the Cross, a pageant was presented at the Presbyterian church In Algona Sunday night by the Lone Rock Christian Endeavor society. Character parts were taken by Dorothy and Russell Dacken, Ronaald Chrlstensen, Eugene Angus, Robert Gladstone, Sara Whitehill and Oleo Hobson. Those in the chorus were Margaret Gladstone, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mrs. Harlait Blanchard, Emily Joslin, BoulaJi Gladstone, Grace Newbrough, Coach Orodland, A. A. Krueger, Tommy Long, Cfcrtte Jane and Vernon Hollister, Jack Tibbetts, Ellwyn Oodden, Delena Rogers and Lillian and Alice Angus. Mies Mabel Howe was pianist. This is the third appearance of the pageant. It was presented here at the Y. P. rally and at Rlngsted. Next Sunday night the pageant will be given at Lakota. Lutheran Church M. A. SjMtrand, pastor Choir practice this evening at 1:30 at the Sellstrom home. Confirmation class on Saturday at 9 a. m. Morning worship next Sunday at 9 o'clock. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Church of the Nazarene A. W. and HMd Irwin, pastors Next Sunldfty morning, Rev. I. F. Metcalf and wife will begin a series of services in our church, having been former pastors, four years ago. and having several yean' experience as evangelists, they are well qualified to lead us on to greater victories. Sunday Bible School at 9:45 each Sunday and then the hour of worship at 11. Evening service for the young people at 7:00 and evangelistic service at 7:30 and services esfch evening through the week and the following week at 7:30. Other services announced from the pulpit. We expect to have a great time of thanksgiving, praise and salvation in these services and invite everyone who can to enjoy them with us. ALL MY SAVINGS GONE TO DUST CHEAVVCOL PROCESSED OAL "Oh Ann, I'm SO diuppoinlcd. I hid < lilll* money lived for i ccrtiin purpose ind then I hid to lend the curtaim «nd dripci to be cleined. "Whit hippenedlo them?" "We hid our coil bin filled ind the duit juit covered everything. "Why don't you order Chemical Proceued Coil?" Hs identified with tags like this. THU II OENUINI [CHEMCOl I notidtocoM. Coal trt*tcd by the Chemicol Proceii will not cover your furniihinji with duit. The coil duit itlcki flit to the coil. It burnt in the fir* ind $iv*i you juit thit much idditionil heit. you'll like the clean, lonj-buinins qiulitici of Chenucol Ptocetted Coil, Oil us forth. GENUINE I We have arranged to have BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS COAL Processed with Ohemacol. Favorably known In this community Jor years, Botsford's Peerless Goal Is njbw Improved with Chemaool. Botsford Lumber Cor The Man About Town Says Will Justice Hlnun White learn from the Iowa, homecoming how to sympathize wttto leniency on his next prisoner at the bar or will he add a few dollars more to 6 fine because he knows how cruel.Justice is HI was taxed $7.50 for a room which In ordinary days was priced at $3.00. • • • A $6.00 check stunned Ixivle Moore but tha<t was the nice for luncheon for two. Louie was more interested hi a co-ed at Ooe College than the homecoming. He learned to visit Coe when prices are normal—and who hasn't after a trip like the past week end? • • • comeg back from Boon* that the Algona Independents discovered a new star player of all-American rank. Kay Setchell donned a uniform and went in the game as an emergency halfback. He played so well that the spectators were on their feet Shouting and laughing during the entire game. • • • Jake Tenscher has been telling and laughing at his shrewdness on nicking winners in the coming election. He has a picnic bottle of beer bet with Dr. Fox and Dolph Ranev with Herring as his choice for governor. Fox and Raney may not have been in ear- neat taking the Turner rid* for if they win the beer they are going to take it home and drink it whereas if Jake wins the beer must be divided with them uptown. This slicker in the deal was made aftir the bet and Jake staurjchly denies them the right to take It home. • • • It has been a tnfftfrj for a long time why Dick Norton left his work at the shop about four o'clock every day and disappeared for a short while. Dick was discovered parked near the academy waiting for a Uttle girl student at the close of school. Learning of this dally occurrence will set at rest, Dick hopes, of those curiously interested in his welfare. • • • Last week thU column mentioned about a local young man who wanted people to see him dance. Friday when he was calling on his trade at Lone Rock one of the Priebe boys, a reader of these Kerns, saw the fellow and asked him to dance. That started the fire burning and so enraged did the man become he couldn't wait until he got home he called long distance to tell what he thought of the informant recnonelble for the article. And It wasn't nice words used, either. • • • Blowing oat five new tires on a present day automobile at the same time seems a bit wlerd but Dean Sparks says a car missed the turn at Sexton and meandered down the railway tracks for a short distance. Looking it over all four tires and the spare were flat. The spare had a small piece of wood driven into it. • • • For the flnrt time In the laag year* Fred ShJKs has been working for Nevilles he failed 10 be on time. And it was his turn to open up the store. It left Gene, Lyk, Billy and Luretta standing out in the cold until Gene found nreoence of mind to get another key from the old reliable Jlm- mle. Now Fred has been taking abuse or a week but nevertheless he can sell as many shoes. • • • The envy of all boys U Chock Cretzmeyer. His coach has seen so much stuff in the sprints during the few weeks of school that he has promised to take Chuck to England next summer to compete in the Oxford races. That doesn't read as there was much to it, but it la about as high up as a sprinter can expect to go. • • • In vogue Is the word paiwy. What la a pansy? Every day one hears It used referring to diSerent meanings. The olden day pansy is quite well known but so common is the word now it Is puzzling. The best answer at present Is "One who can't take It." "You're Just a pansy"—listen and you'll hear it. Mrs. Mn; Harris and daughter. Marv ook Sundav dinner with the Milton Ciddinus of Wesley. Mrs. Ernest Hutchison of Weslev is laving with the Clayton Johnsons and ,aring for the new babv. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillies and amilv were Sunday afternoon callers at the Sarah Wise home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Paslev moved Ledyard Cagers Plan Schedule Ledyard: The basket ball schedule for the boys' team is as follows: Nov. 16—Lone Rock at Ledvard. N6v. 23—Ledyard at TitonKa. Nov. 27—Seneca at Ledyard. P». 7—Ledvara at Bancroft. Dec. 11—Fenton afc Ledyard. Dec. 1*—Ledvafd at Lakota. Jan. 11—Ledytird at Lon* Rock. Jan. 18—Tltonka at Ledvard. Jan. 25—Ledvard at Seneca. F*b. 1—Bancrolt at L*dvard. Feb. 5—Ledvard at Fenton. Feb. 8—Lakota at Ledvafd. March 1--County tournament. Cecil Huff and small son. Junior of UV^rne. vksited at the John Huff Sunday. into thi- C. N. Bete* house in the east nart of Sexton Saturday. Mrs. John Huff attended a shower given Saturday afternoon for her aunt. Mrs. Clsrence Crouch near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. dins. Aman of Blue Earth have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McMurrav. Ernest Hwt«hison and family called at the Clayton Johnson home to suend the day Sundav and to see the new arrival. Mrs. Andy Baker and daughters of Mason city were callers Saturday nt the home of their daughter and sister. Mrs. John Huff. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Browhv and mother. Mrs. M«rv Neoimnn called on Sundnv on Mrs. J. J. Rink of Ledvard who is suffering frortu a stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and two sons. Wilbur and Everett and Richard Conio drovo to Webb Sunday to snend the dnv with Mr. and Mrs. Everett- Hodgin. Tile latter Was formerly Pearl Steven. Frank Dewey and family and Ernest Tidbali and family ot Ottumwa and Bob Tldball of Missouri, roent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. John Bahr... Mrs. Bahr Is a sister of the Mr. and Mrs. August Klnschbaum and children. Katherlne and Leo. attended a reunion of *he Fox and Elseman families at Stllson Sundav which was held at the Mavnard Nail home in honor of Mrs. Florence Orthel. who is returning to California soon. QWXOXISO^^ TTTONKANEWS phone 2M JIM POOL. MfT. y gX y3X 1 gX%%&&&®®^^ Would You Vote for AL CAPONE if he ran on the Democratic Ticket? Do Not Vote With Your Eyes Closed Compare Candidates, and Then Vote for 1. Ability 2. Efficiency 3. Honesty 4. Economy Vote Republican NOVEMBER 6TH ygftftpgjjffaggyy^^ Dr. R. C. Ball was a business caller at Lakota Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Rov Budlong and Mrs. Fremont, Paul w«re Mason Oitv shotroers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. FLsher transacted business in Mason Cltv Saturday afternoon. Ben A. Pannkuk is driving a new Chevroet ourchased from Kohlhaas Bros, of AlKona. Mrs. R. M. Wallace of Algona and Miss Marie Grover of Burt were Tuesday callers at the Wm. Grover home in Portland. Mrs. L. B. Larson and Mrs. R. L. Krantz entertained the Methodist Aid at the church basement last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawftnce Doeee and children visited with Mrs. Doeee's oar- ents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Tuttle of Albert Lea recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, proprietors of the Wilson Cafe, entertained his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Algona, Friday afternoon. Miss Viola Rike a student at the State Teachers' College at Oedar Falls scent the week end with her narents Mr. and Mrs Ed Rike west of town. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Keaidv of Minneapolis were over Sundav guests of Charles Reibsamen. Mrs. A. M. Peterton and husband and the 8. G. Keue- le homes. Mrs. M. S. Craven entertained the Thursday, brdse luncheon club last wo k. Mrs. Harry Beed won first arize and Mrs. Clarence Hoon th* low. Mrs Reese was a guest. Th; dinner bridae club of which Mr and Mrs. H. A. French are members met at their horn* Tuesdav evtninir Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball made liiL'h score and Mns. C. A. Hoon received the travel urlze. Mr. and Mrs. A M. Peterson. Mrs. Einer Englehart of Denver. Colo . Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fisher. Dr. and Mrs Humstrtet drove to Lakota. Saturday evening to hear John Stimeff, uttorn v of MasoU City sptak at a republican rally. Mrs. C. V. PtMidervnst ?nU-r:ai<n-d the TueMiav aJ'iemoon bridge c'ub. Mrs. H C. Schweooe ree-ived the Iwh nrly^, Mrs. H I Toreers-"n vcond. Mr\ A C. Reesi- the c"nwlutlon. Mrs. •T E. Bleieh rer.c-ivc'l *h- tniyi Mrs. M. S. Craven. Mrs. Win. Rickkfo. Mra. J. E. Bteich. Mrs. H. A. French. and Mrs. A. C. Reese were Health Building Is a Simple Game with Monarch Finer Foods Monarch Pumpkin or Kraut, 2 No. 1% cans _..25c Monarch Pood of Wheat, large pkg ---------- 18c So-Tast-ee Soda Crackers, 2 Ib. box -------- 17c Post Toasties, 2 pkgs. _____________________ 23c Jello, 3 pkgs. _______ -- --------- -------- 17c Minute Tapioca, per package ---------------- He Maxwell House Coffee, 1 Ib. ---------------- 31c KAEO SYRUP— 6 Ibs. golden 28c 10 Ibs. 53c 5 Ibs. Crystal White 30c 10 Ibs. 56c Clear Lake Cream Cheese, fresh and mild, Ib 19c Floor Wax, 1 Ib. can paste ----------------- 49c Fremont's Best Flovir A good flour. 49 Ibs. ---------- $1.89 24% Ibs. __________ 98c Guaranteed to Satisfy for Every Use Pitted Dates or Figs, pkg ....... ----------- lOc Hamburger ______ lOc Ib. Pork Sausage ___15c Ib. Beef Boast _____ 12c Ib. Pork Chops __2 Ibs. 35c Basket Grocery »» Hotel Algona «« »»»» Nite Club «««« A pleasant place to spend an enjoyable evening. A ;">-piece orchestra {Saturday night. Dance if yon care to. NO COVER CHARGE Beer and Sandwiches served. Dining Room open every evening except, Sunday. Sunday Dinner 50c Select Oysters—Saute Fried Spring Chicken Roast Young Chicken Sage Dressing Roast Prime Ribs of Beef —Au Jns Meet Yo\ir Friends at The HOTEL ALGONA Re-Elect Maurice C. McMahon County Attorney Second Term Democratic Ticket November 6, 1934 Quality and Economy Get Together in Great Style SMART VALUES in Men's OVERCOATS Beautiful, rich looking, warm ft-cl- injr, comfortable ulsters in high priced looking plaids, checks and plain colors. Also a variety of seinidress fabrics in both single and double breasted. All new stock selected for value and quality. Complete Selection of Cold Weather SUITS 50 50 50 Newest Style Fabrics and Designs in Men's Scarfs- 89c to 3.£0 One look at the above illustration will give yon a good idea of the outstanding style portrayed in these special values. High square shoulders with litted waists — high built trousers and snug vests — beautiful fabrics. Newest designs. The Clothing Corner of North Iowa Fine Suede Velour finish Hats, in Ox fords, Blues, Browns, Latest styles 3.50 .EU1*°

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