The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1934 · Page 4
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The Alflomt Uppar Dm Moinee, Algona, Iowa, December 6,198* COFFIN RITES AT BURTON FRIDAY Bon of Mrs. Aurilla Coffin Passed Away in Wyoming Burt: Funeral servces were held ai the C. S. Coffin home on Friday of last week for Zell Coffin. <He was a son « MM. AurUla Coffin of this place H* died at CaSMr. .WyominK, Nov. 24 He was raised and lived here nnti about 30 veart aeo when he went west He -leaves his «*ed mother. Mrs. Auru la Coffin, two brothers. George of*™ more. North Dakota, Clark of Burt three sisters, Mrs. ArtieOrahain rf «*« Francisco. California. M^.^. E. Me Donald and Mrs. Harry McMurray o Algona. One ISO at Banquet hundred and thirty ne une the Fathers and Sons banauet whlc was held at the Presbyterian church last week. Rev. Myron Bower save flne address on Why the Church De manda Your confidence" which was en loved by all. A delicious banauet was £rod bv the ladles of the church Mr. Fardal played several violin selec tions and sineinit by the KTOUD was «n joyed. The banauet was attended bv i. tenter crowd than the one held las year. _ Junior Dectan Winners The lunlor declamatory contest wai •held Tuesday evening at the schoo house. Those winning were Gordon Oiddinos and Klrby Smith. Jr.. first In oratorical: Lete Olson and yireinl Patierion first in dramatic: Ethel Mac Aten and Russell Patterson first ir Mrs. Jessie ^uten crfStory Citv .lent several days lastweek here wltn ler sister. Mrs. H. S. Van VranWn. Miss Irene Aten returned to Alta af- «twndir* her yw^ton here -««« er narents. Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Paul Kriethe returned to Iowa City raw ***. . <= .. tj _^a,. gfjjj g^f^. MS parents. Cagney in Hfc Latest, <'The St. LouU Kid," Here Next Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith and two . . . . children were guests Duncan home Sunday. at the FJoyd . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merrlfleld of AUrona were dinner guests at the C. S. Coffin hfisie Sunday. Bev. and Mrs. E. C. Hammer of Webb visited here last Friday with their sort. Elmer Hammer and family. C W. Patterson wa* recently kicked in tfce Jaw by a horse. It took two stitches to. close the wound. CARD PARTY Sponsored by Rosary Society 1 Whittempre Academy Tuesday, Dec, 11,8 p. m. Bridge and five hundred There is a great difference In coals, and we profeso to know that ours la the finest for burn- ng and economy. That is. oN hundreds of steady customers tell us that Uwy ore thoroughly satisfied with the ocui and service we have given them the past year and other years. Let w solve yo«r winter heat- tog problem with one staple act of taking your order »ver the phone—NOW. Anderson Grain & Coal Phone 308. and two —__i r-pent Floyd Duncan Mr. and Mrs. children and ThanksftivtS* day at home. Rej. and Mrs. S. H. Aten entertained th* ministers and their «rtves;of the county at tfceir home,on Tuesday of last week.. . . Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorf Algona spent. Sunday at the hottne ,. s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Laderidorf. • Mrs. W. A. MacArthur is expected home the first of the Week from Wilton Junction, where she has been the past two weeSs. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin has been visitlne herdaughters, Mrs. W. E. McDonald and Mrs. Harry McMurray since Friday of last week. Mrs. Maude Hanna received her ao polntment on Monday of last week a postmistress and bagan work on Tues day of last week. Mrs. J. D. Graham and little dauglv ter, Helen, returned home last weel from Denyer, Colorado, where the spent five weeks. Hollis Trainer drove to Iowa City las week to Ret his father. W. T. Traine who has been in htspital for hernia hospital for hernia. Dean and Rachel Clansaddle an Charles Hanna came UD from Cedar .lapids to awnd. their Thanksgiving vacation at their homes. Miss Iva Trunkhill who is attending business college at Mason City and Eddie atewart of Cedar Falls also spent their vacation with their parents. Clarence Schrader returned to Cedar Fall* lifter spending a short vacation here with his parents. Mr. rind Mrs. C. H. Schrader. Clarence i? a senior a*. Cedar Falls. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe and daughter. Eugenia. Mrs. Al Stable. Mrs. H. L. tourman and Mrs A. H. Meineer drove to Des Moines Monday where they attended grand opera. The Play put on bv the Epworth teaeue members Friday night was attended by a fair crowd. The play tnvr be given again at a later date owing to the bad weather of Friday night. Miss Mldred Hursh from near Thompson la working for Mrs. J. W. Dorrance. Miss Hursh's Barents will move tfcis week into the Dorrance tenant house and Mr. Hursh will work for Mr. Dorrance the coining year. Mr. and Mrs. A Staehle. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. ttubey. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sourman and son. Misses Alice Etenme and Bflar were ThanJcsfrivtrm day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Kriethe. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow arrived home the first of the week from De- jorah .where-tney visited at the home of their son. Orville and family. Mr. Stow has been there for the post month • •" down before Thanksgiving day. VftPTd was received here last week from Mrs. G. W. Leek stating that Mr. Leek had gone to a 'hospital at Del c 'io Texas, for treatment. The Leeks farmed several years east of Burt before going to Arnegard. North Dakota. Miss Helen Schrader will leave on Thursday for Carlsbad, New Mexico, wher: she wiu attend the University of New Mexico. She will stay with her T Mrs. J. B- C. Hoover. She will go to Cedar Falls and visit her brother, Clarence, a day before going to New Mexico. She will go bv bus. SENECA SCHOOL CARNIVAL NETS TOTAL SUM OF $93 Other News of Social Happenings from Armstrong- Seneca District Armstrong-Seneca: Th* carnival that was held at, the Seneca achool house ait Tuesday'eventa* was weU attended Around *»3 was made after all expenses «mw «^--=Y" * ho "REf** 8 Seneca irarage gave ten galtons ollne which was won by Ctals ---O. O. Ballev who ooerates the Seneca tbri. gave a 15 pound turkev to thte bmon who held the lucky number ffhich was Emil Elmers. • Oscar, Patterson. is. the owner of a new Chevrolet coach. The baby daughter x>f->Mr-and Mrs. j. H. Doocy has been named Madon- nor. »nv. Mrs. Clem Doteon spent Sundav at the Claude Sanders home n Qraettinger. ' Mrs* C. O. Bailev and daughter. LaVonne were business callers in Rock Rapids over thp week end. Mr. and Mrs.'F. E. Jensen and son. Calvin were Thursday evening visitors at the Marinus Nelson home. Mr. and. Mrs. Lester Ferguson Wekt Bend Club Award* Prizes For Poem, Prose West Bend: The Ladles Social Literary elub offered, nitres on one dollar each for the best ">em and best de- scriDtipn of an Iowa scene in prose to students in the high school and uirior hlgn. TO* ladles were to Be the lodges. Monday morning. Mrs. GeonieEmer- son. representing the clubjjrwented the prizes, to Marian Banwart. tooem. ' An Autunin «veninir«hd to Juanlta Hansen, prose "End of the Day." Honorable mention went to Mae Sloan. These winners are all Juniors. Wesley Gerhart won both ortte* to hmUw high on his prose and poem. Warren Wiladn. poem and Gerald Baugfoman, prose won honorable mention. Mr, and Mrs. Warren Pelton were callers Thursday evening at the Dovle home. Miss Dorothy deal of Rolfe is spend- Services Held at Atlantic Last Thursday; Mr. and Mrs. Heiken Attend Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. P. J. H«lk- en drove .to Mlantlc :ThvJr8d»y where they attended tW funeral of the former's brother. John L. H«iken. The Bethlehem Lutheran !£<"<-,' Aid society served their annual cnurcn supper on Saturday night. The Rock Island railroad tracks between Armstrong and Swea City are beta* rebuilt.. Section crews from La- Rota. Armstrong. Graver and Maple Hill ace assisting. The M. E. church will hold their annual church basate on Saturday. Dec. 8. pinner will be served at noon, and lunches to the afternoon with a suroct at night. Various booths will feature the bazaar. Buttermakers of section six of the Iowa Creamery Butteranakers Association met Thursday at the Swea Citv -earnery with Leon O. Knutson as the host. Representfttlye from Humboldt. Palo AKo. Emm«t. Dickinson and Kossuth counties were nresent. M. P. Christiansen of Algona is president and .R. AT Bartlett of Whltfcemore is secretary. Wa-Tan-Te Party Monday- Dora Carson and Stella Mae Breen entertained members ot the Wa-Tan- Y e society find other guests at four tables of bridge Monday evening of last week at the D. E. Dewel home. First prize went to Mrs. Al Granzow and Miss Ella Thompson received the travel prize. 6 r C h r i s t m a s S h o p p e r s ing a home. few days at the Myron Boos . . Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scutter and their children spent Thanksgiving In Algona tth relatives. Wilbur Stone and John Schntter students at Iowa City, returned to Iowa Citv Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. John Stone spent Thanksgiving at the,hom« of her son. Albert, at Alta. low*. Mr. and Mrs. Onrllle Harr and their r. Jean, at Haveloctroent Sun . , dav at the Wm. Rilev home. Father Bernard Montag of Temnle- ton. spent Thankegivlng with his parents. Be returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R, Rising and fam- mr. any «"»• "v*~-* .T ~"^^-^^ ily of Algona spent Thanksgiving at the the proud parents of a,4%_w>U3id babv ^^j^ ftnd M,,. jryjn shellmever. Mr. tad Mrs. Morris Watson and two chldren ot Rock Rapids spent Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs. Sue, Wation. Mrs. Mabel Hunt of California and Miss Pearl Wllderman of Cedar Rao- Investors ! Where are the possibilities of receiving a better return on your money, than in a good Kossuth ; County Farm? And do you know of a safer place to invest your funds or where the possibilities are better? i If you do, come in and tell us about it, as we would like to know. McDonald & Co. la. State Bank Bldg. Phone 120. LilC UiUUU U***t»*"» v» «»»/«• ~ — —- bov born a week atro Saturday. Mrs. HarKy Hoeck is visiting at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mr». Lev! Hawbaker of Elmore. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Jensen and famllv were visitors recently at th*. J. H. Doocv home near Swea City. Miss Bessie Denton spent the week mdat the Sheldon Merrill home. MM tXnton is a «i»Ur ot tlxs. Merrill. Mr and Mrs. Tom St. John and i.uiiv were Sunday dinner nests at the Jack Banwart home in Rodman. Miss Mabel RockhlU and niece Jov Rockhili spent the week end with their sister and aunt. Mrs. H. A. Revman. Ruth and Woodrow Kracht are work- in* at the J. J. Drtnan home durirut the absence of Mrs. Drinan and Ralph Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. R J Campbell spent the week end witr. his sister. Mrs. Harvev Christiansen j Rinftsted. Miss Rubv Paulsen spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of hei '•andmother. Mrs. Henrv Hoeck. ST.. o Swea CKv. Gerald Robb who is employed at th Ed Anderson home, spent Thanksgtv- ^ Whites Grocery Week End Specials /^IJUC* •JWll »*Vli»l*-. WMW».*V — ..— --—— -~i- • .._ with his mother. Mrs. John Lester of Ooldfleld. Mrs, H. E. Saunders soent Saturday at the L. B- Anderson home. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson u sick with the flu. Dorothy and Harlev Hoeck. Jr. spent their Thanksjrivinz vacation at the home of their grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Levl Hawbaker ol Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. Ben OUen and family Of AlRona and Mr. and Mrs. fc( ilile and family of West Bend were nursday dinner euests at the Marinus •ielson home. Mr and Mrs. R. J. Campbell and son. jane were Sunday dinner guests at the Harvey Christiansen home in Rlne- sted. Mrs. Christiansen is a daufjh- .cr of the Campbells. Mrs. O. Kracht received word Friday uie death of her niece. Miss Louise Hines of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. O .lacht and daughters. Ruth and Eva nd ..son. Arthur attended the funtra/ a**. »»,v. Mrs. R. J. Campbell and Mis. Harvey Onristlansen of Rinitsted uent Saturday at Altcona. Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Christiansen attended a i ctllaneous shower on Hazel Dutton at that place. Ids are viaitinn their mother. Mrs. L. 3. Kobler. Mr, and Mrs. Howard Munaon and babv. Mr. and Mrs. M T Munaon and family ate turkey at the John Munwn horn Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Harvev Jacobs had as their iruests Thanksgiving dav Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. George Peters of Henwlck. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurr had as their iruests Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wolto, Misses Constance Baird and Odean WauKh and Y^rn* Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Clark and the letter's sister. Mrs. Kthelvn areas, left Mondav morning bv auto for California, where they will spend the winter. Lutheran Church M. A. SJostrand, pastor Public examination of confirmation Cut-Rate Grocery Week-End Specials SUGAR, 10 Ib. 49c Butter, Ib. OQ r Clover bloom, ^» ^ ^* Jell Powder, 3 pkgs. Matches, 3 bxs. 13c Gloss Starch, 3 Ib. 19c Whole Wheat Flakes, 3 pkgs. Walnuts, Ib. 19c Bananas, 5 Ib. 28c "Busiest Little Store in Town." Special V J"erftunes Christmas hard candies 39c Ib. Ice Cream red and green 45cqt. Goblin's famous Chocolates, 1 ib. 50c Electric Sandwich Toaster Push-Bam Games Salted Nuts Mixed, Ib. 4A Folding Camera pictures Stationery Special Gift Boxes $2.22 class this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Woman's Missionary society wll! meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Mahan, with Mrs Monlux assisting hostess. Sunday School next Sunday at II a. m. Confirmation and the Lord's Supper next Sunday at 11 a. ro. ( With two blades Who has these numbers $ 10 - 75 Electric Miier FREE to persons hold- iag following numbers r 0161 Octal 172 NOT 17 0260 Nov. 5 345 Hoy. 5 243 Nov 13 »^M»^*!M«<r*in*rMrK««rMr^^ It Will Pay You to Visit the Next to the Postoffice OUE WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS Notice of Probate^pf JWiU In District Court, State Iowa, dunday. Mr. and Sugar 10 Ibs. _ 49c Iran Flakes O.K., 2 pkgs Soap 28c P. & G., 10 bars ~ vv * lead Lettuce solid crisp Corn Flakes 1 Q r MiUers, 2 for *• * /v 3nions small yellow, 10 Ib. : Oatmeal i with dishes, 2 pkg ! Flour 1 7O I Fire Place *• * ** \ Red CherrieslOp ! No. 10 can t«/i- ; Apricots ^9c • No. 10 can Magic Washer 25c pkg. 2 for ---Crackers IQr Paramount, 2 Ibs. * ^ Blk.RspberriesCQ c No. 10 can ** Blackberries No. 10 can . A card party was held at the H J. Campbell home Friday evening. Five hundred was played at seven tables. Mrs. Enill Elmers and Clarence Mttz- ger won hleh prizes and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Classon won low prizes. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Paulsen en- tained a eroup of friends and neighbors at a card party at their home on y evening. Five hundred was wlon Mrs. Emil Elmers and Kossuth County, sa. No. 3895, November Term. 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified that an instru- meat of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Gtflord Kueck. Deceased, dated June 19, 1934, having been thds day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 17th day of December, 1934, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at nine o'clock A. M.. of the day above mentioned all persona intert:*- ed are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa. November 20, 1834. E. J. BUTLER, Acting Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan. McUahon & Llnnau, attar- / * *W ^f * • W — — I ' W W WW IJWV I +^^ Gknn Paulsen holding high score and Tom St. John holding low score. The following were iruests at the >iDt. Revman home for Thank&KivUig: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rockhili. Mr. and Mra. Leslie Rockhlll and family. Mr. tnd Mrt. Ellis Rockhili and family, ail of Larch wood: Uilton Rockhili from 1 the CCC camp at Milford: Mi<ss Eleanor Parka of Larch wood: Attorney and Mrs. Roberj. Rockhili of f " and Mia* Mabel RockhlU. Methodist Church J. H. Edxe, D. D., pactur Algona District laymen's meeting will be held in our church Friday of thie w-.ek. The program begins with registration at 1:30 p. in. and continues thnough the fifiernoon, with supper served by the local w^rnen of the church at S:30. There will be a table- pro^riun cf intenast U> *ll laymen, followed at 7:30 by an addres: by J. I. DollivL-r of Fort Dod^r. Local folks are urged to attend. Next Sunday Sunday School at 8:43 a. in. and wor&hlu service at 10:45 wi'h fctrmon by the pastor. Epworth League devoliunal met'tin? at 6:30 I). MI. will ix- k-d by Bob Richardson. Evening wor- sMp at 7:30 with sermon by the paa- tor. neya. 48-60 Stomach Trouble Sufferers Drink YERBAVIDA Thia remarkable beverage, made from a desert herb known, as the "Plant of Life," has brought about most amazing results la the different forms of stomach trouble—fayper-ad- dfcy, gastritis, heartburn, dyspepsia and ulcers. Yerbavlda is a druglew beverage and iU delicious flavor is very pleasing (o the tasU. A cup at each meal promotes good digestion, while > cup at bedtime insures good refreshing sleep. Yerbavlda is Inexpensive, toe. A large package, enough for 240 cups, can be obtained for only $1.00. If your local •truggisls cannot supply you. accepi no substitute, but send $100 direct to Yerbttvidu Sales Co.. 612 gouthwe*' Bldg., Los Angeles, California. Or a JO page book. 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