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The Algona TTpper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 6,1934 LAKOTA LEGION AUXILIARY HOLDS FIRST MEETINGS; MEMBERSHIP, 15 Mrs. Florence Roelfsema Elected President; Vera Williams, Secretary Lakota: A meetltw was held at the name of Mrs. Harvey Johnson Monday evening. Nov. 29th, at which time an American Legion Auxiliary unit was organized. Mrs. L. L. Lease, countv chairman of Wesley, and Mrs. Sadie Dcnton, publicity chairman of Titonka. v,ere nere to assist with the work. Ten members foined and a charter has aeen ordered. The charter members are Mrs. Florence Roelfsema. Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson. Mrs. Grace Bruer. Mrs. Leona Bruer. Mrs. Vera Williams. Mrs. Eleanor Heetland, Mrs. Doris Ukena, Mrs. Julia Ball. Mrs. Edith Schroeder and Miss Betty Lou Johnson. Commander Harvey Johnson of the Legion »ost called ths meeting to order. A temporary chairman was appointed, followed bv the election of officers as follows: president. Mrs. Florence Boelf- •enia: ylce president. Mrs. Edith Schroeder: secretary. Mrs. Vera Williams: treasurer, Mrs. Leona Bruer: historian. Mrs. Doris Uukena: chaplain. Mrs. Grace Bruer: sergeant at arms. Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson and Julia Ball: publicity chairman. Julia Ball. The nvPetlng night has been set for the first Monday nleht. in the month. The second meeting was to be held on Dec. 3rd at the home of Mrs. Florence Roelfcema. Since the above meettne five more members have Joined making a membershio of 15. They are as follow: Mrs. Julia Wortman. Mrs. Laura Rosenau, Mrs. Bertha Underdahl. Mrs. Pauline Patterson Roelsema. and Mrs. Gertie ner sruests last Thursday at the home of Mrs, Ida Ukena. Deloris, the daughter of Mr. and La Verne Liesvcld spent Thankartv-l Ing dav with friends at Buffalo Center. Shirley Hanson was on the sick list /nver?i days last week suffering; with lonsilltts. The I. E. Wortman and J. E. Ukena families were Algona visitors Thursday The Walter Hans family were dln- Efficient Repair Work For thirty-one years we've had a reputation for doing better work at fairer prices. That reputation we guard and will continue to guard. It la your guarantee of dependable service. When you need plumbinc service Just call us for immediate attention. Holtzfoauer's Tin Shop Plumbing, Heatinf, Sheet Metal 117 8. Dodgf Phone 83 VtMVWVWVWVMWA/VWUVVV Mrs. Frank Nltz. north of town, is 111 suffering from diphtheria. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball were entertained at dinner on Thanksgiving day at the S. P. Powers home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee of Clarion •'(.•'•- guests last Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Underdahl. Relatives here received word last week of the birth of a daughter to Mr. rnd Mrs. Michael Winter. O. J. RJrpentrop drove to Alsonn • _T'Sfiav to get his daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gabel Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Tabe Loats spent Thanksgiving day with relatives at Kensett. la Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schissel had as guests Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. J P. Schissel and three daughters of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Brown and little son of Cedar Falls spent several days here last week at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bruer and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer were dinner euests on .tnnk.selv^gdav at the Fred Weinberger home near Buffalo Center. The J. Gus Thaves family. Mr. Mrs. Edward Thaves and Mrs. Lo .schmltt of Burt spent Thankseivlne at the home of the Thaves sisters. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Georgp Ennen recently. Mrs. Enrtcn and babe are at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rlppenlrop. Albert Zoller of Wells. Minn., spent several days here the oast week vlslt- inp at the parental Carl Zoller home and with other relatives in this vicinity. | The Presbyterian Ladies' Missionary society met last Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. J. Berschmann. Mrs. I. E. Wortman was the assisting hostess. Mrs. Julia Wortman and Gertrude Wortman had as dinner guests Thanksgiving day at the I. E. Wortman and J. E. Ukena families and Ernest Wortman and son. Morris. The friends h€re of the Elliott Kulander family, formerly of this place, but now living at Algona. will be pleased to hear that the Kulanders have recently become the parents of a son. Paul Ukena is eolne about walking with a stiff knee. He hurt his knee some time ago while playing and now had to have It taped UP and will have to keep It so for about six weeks. The Mussman families of this place were entertained Thanksgiving dav at the Kiester home at Eknore. On Sun- There were no church services at the Presbyterian church Sunday as Key. and Mrs. O. H. FrerkUw who had «one to Dubuoue and Jessuo for the week were unable to get Some on account 01 the snow blocWnn the roads. Charles Outknecht drov« to Mason City Sunday taking Jite sister. Miss Lena, back to her school duties as a teacher. She had been here spending the Thanksgiving vacation at the parental August Gutknecht home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jansen and son. Lament, and C. K. Rippentrop drove to Mason City last Thursday and visited with Mrs. M. H. Winter and infant. Mrs. Rlppentrop. who had been there for several days, returned home with them. Mrs. Carl Zoller received an announcement the nast week of the biith of a seven and three-fourths pound daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Kenmth Zoller at Albert Lea on Nov. 24th. Thp little Miss was named Dolores Mae. Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Gutkneoht and Mrs. Delia Smith entertained the following guests on Thanksgiving day at "the Gutknecht home: Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht. Chas.. Emma and Lena Outkn-rcht. Genevieve Bruer and the Roland Smith family. Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder were dinner guests Thursday at the home of Mrs. Schroeder's sister, Mrs. Sid Spear a-1 Algona. Mrs. Spear and three vounsest children returned home with ^iem for a few days' visit at the Peter iians. sr., home and with other relatives in this vicinity. The members of the bridge club met recently at Buffalo Center, where four of the members were hostesses to 12 Hutchison Interviews 150 Applicants for Old Age Pensions; 292 File So Far ! fattier. Peter Berens. Viola MerrlH. who has been vislttiw her sister, Mrs. Lee Kloekle In Albert LOB. spent last Thursday with her pnrfnlP and accompanied thpm- to Manning to visit their daushter. Mrs. Fraricis Brennan. Wesley World: John Hutchison, local Investigator for the old ng-e pension In Kossuth county, reports this week that so far he hns Interviewed approximately 150 applicants for pm- slons In various points in the county. To date 292 applications for Kossuth county have been received. Mr. Hutchison states that most of th-p applicants nre willing to give the information required or aid in oWaln- Infi it. The requirements, Mr. Hutchison says, are easy to fulfill. However one •rlderly gentlemen did not seem to like th? set up. Havlns Jio certificate of birth he was given two affidavits of proof of birth to be filled in by physicians. By return mail the applicant serlt bac!c the unsigned blanks with the terse remark, "Noth- in' doinV scribbled across the bottom. But for the mast part they're congenial persons. Many are well past the age requirement. One rare case cKed by the local Investigator shows th-r couple applying f:r the ocnslon each 95 years old. In s<im nnUlhcr incident <ho applicant In his first time nt the polls, voted for Abraham Lincoln. Mr. Hutchison .spends about two days each week in- "IbO'e asking for the bene- Charles Quinn. who Is attending Creiehton Universitv In Omaha, cam? bv trnin as far as Rockwell Citf where his mother is stavin* with her son. , '. Robert Quinn and from there thev drovp to Bancroft to soend the Thnnksclvinir holldav. fit. latlves here, returned last Monday to tliPir home in sabetha, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred KnKger were guc.sts at a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. snd Mrs. Chester Almc honoring Mrs. Alme, laft Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lily Thompson and daughter, Neva, Mrs. Walter Thompson and Mrs. W. G. Flaig and daughter, Joan, were business callers in Esthervillc last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Peril and children, Helen and George of Whitte- fwests at a one o'clock luncheon at Ho- moT and Mrs Gus Nelson and daugh- f rtl T3ll4Tn1n T*V»_ n t l«*»*Ar^«1 •nrnf pn«*tt »w* *, •»•*« ».»* •-«• ^^ er were Sunday guests at the Emll tel Thanksgiving vacation at their various homes. William Ley, Durwood Tre- nnrv and Maynard TJkena to Iowa Citv. Wilbur Hassebrock and Virgil Smith to Dubuque. Fern Lewis to Cedar Palls. Mildred Barger to Mason City, and Max OTCeefe to Ames. Mr. asd Mrs. Louis Sachs and son, Lorgn, returned home last Saturday from a two weeks' visit with relatives at Waterloo. While there Loren had ,ho pleasure of saying hello to his Lakota friends over the radio. Several who had tuned in to the Waterloo station had the pleasure of hearing Loren's voice over the air. the Mussmans were dinner guests of a nephew of Mr. Mussman. 8r., at Excelsior. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. E. Williams of Fort Douge. the Wm. Winter family of Alden and Miss Margaret Williams of Minneapolis were entertained Thanks- <*ivinc dav at the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. L, Williams. afternoon was spent n plaving bridge. This was the ter- ninatlon of a bridge series In which he lofitrs were obligated to entertain he winners. The following students returned to Sunday after spending the Jewelry The Perfect Gift There's always a special thrill in n tftft of jewelry for Christmas! It makes the perfect expression for your holiday sentiments. And whether it's to he a modestly priced but lovely piece of costume jewelry or something rare and precious— you'll be sure to find exactly what you want, at the price you want to pay, in our special holiday collections. Lone Rock Girl Has Appendicitis Operation Here Lone Rock: Mary Ann, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig, submitted to an emergency operation for appendicitis Saturday night at the Kossuth hospital at Algona. At this writing she is reported to be progressing as well as can be expected. The surgeons were Drs. Clapsaddle, Cretzmeyer and Mccreery. Clark Lyle spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Parnell, Missouri. TTie Ladies' Mite society meets to day at the P. M. Chrlstensen home. The Sunday School classes have torted work on the Christmas pro- ram. Miss Gladys Stebritz visited her mo her, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz at Bancrof ast week. Glen Bruce of Des Molnes visited Thomas ODonncll last Tuesday an iVednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estel are here or an indefinite visit at the Lily Wor bington home. Supt. V. V. Frye and family visited elatlves at Cylinder during Thanks iving vacation. The L. R. Roderick family spen Thanksgiving at the Edgar Colvcr ome in DCS Moines. Oscar Earing and Chester Aim tarted work on the night shift for the ounty Monday night. Leon Larson spent Thanksgiving with on the o Gift List Wrist Watches Pocket Watches Diamond Rings Men's Genuine double head Cameo Eings Ladies Fine Stone Set Rings Bill Folds—single and in sets Shaeffer's New Vacuum Pen Sets Auto Clocks and many other fine gifts. WEHLER'S JEWELRY & GIFT STORE 16 E. State St. 'Craft home. Merwln Christensen took his sisfrr, Marietta, to Estherville Thursday ev- ning where she resumed her duties at he Jiospital. Maynard Gcnrlch ac- ompanied them. N. L. Cotton motored to Ames on hursday where he spent Thanksgiving t the Harley Shellito home. Mrs. Cotton, who has been visiting there, eturned home with him. Russell Dacken left last Tuesday to isit with his brother, Lester Dack- n. who Vs a patient at the Oakdale lOspital. He- returned home Sunday with Lew Moore of Algona. Clifford Meyers and Mr. and Mrs Gerhard Krause all of Cbrwlth were Sunday guests at the Wm. Krause home. Mrs. Meyers and daughter, Carol Jean, who have been visiting here eturned home with them. | College students who spent Thanksgiving at the parental homes were- Vera Morris and Maynard Genrich, both attending Ames, and Gordon Blanchard of Cedar Falls. Gordon was acompanled by a friend, Harry Krieg. They all returned to resume their studies Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dlttmer left Monday to attend the livestock show in Chicago. Miss Lillian Angus went as far as Cedar Falls where she will enter Teachers College. They were also accompanied by Mrs. Ed and Charles Dlttmer, who will visit for a while at Manchester. Maxine Simpson celebrated her llth birthday lost Saturday by entertaining the following of her schoolmates: Ruby and Violet Nelson, Doris Mac Blanchard, Lucille Genrlcb, Maxine Flaig, Dorothy Jensen, Mary Jane Ho- flus, Verdabelle Thompson, Eunice Prieb? and Dorothy Hobson. Death Results In Auto Accident Fenton: Gcorpte Mlenke, a farmer living near Fenton, had the misfortune of inlurinc a man In a car accident iKar Belmond last Thursday while returning from Dows. The voung man Norir Thompson, 20, crossed the road in the path of his car, by the Perrv Loomls farm on highway 15. The man died from the injuries Saturday morning. Fenton Declamatory j Speakers Selected Fenton: The iunlor high declamatory contest was held in the With, school auditorium last week Monday night. The following speakers were chosen to represent Fenton in the county contest to be held soon: oratorical- Warren Snvder and Bruce Graham: dramatic—Mary Ann Bohn and Laura Boettcher: humorous—Mary Jane El«- ler and Erne-'t Skare. The latter and Helen Geronsln were tied in the con- te^. on Monday evening and thev presented tnetr selections Wednesday aft rnnon and the decision was given to Ernest. Wrestling - Basketball ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL Wrestling LuVerne here Thur,, Dec. 6 Burt here Fri, Dec, 14 Basketball Lu Verne here Tue,, Dec, 11 Eagle Grove here Fri,, Dec, 14 Followed by Duel with Burt Admission—Students I5c; Adults 25c. Game at 7:30 PWA Speaker Here Mr. Smith, a public works administration engineer, spoke to the Rotary club, Monday noon, at the Hotel Algona. Mr. Smith outlined some of the 1 work necessary In connection with PWA work, and answered questions. Dennis Pratt introduced the visitor. BANCROFT NEWS Dr B. E. Weber drove to Coleridsre. Neb., to loin his wife there and spent liiiinksRiviUB with she and her father. Jay Quinn of Arcadia. Iowa, returned to his home Sunday aft«r spending a week at the home of his mother. Mrs. Bridget Quinn. Emily Welp, beauty operaior in Mason City «jent Thanksgiving and the alter part of the week with her mother, Mrs. Joe Welp. Sr. Be.ttv Sheridan entertained her club t her home Monday evening. This club" meet* every week and there are -ight girls who make up the two tables. Philip Sheridan arrived home late Wednesday evening and returned on Thursday evening to Ames where he \ employed. HP spent Thanksgiving with his parents. Alle.1 Murphy, who attends the statf n-ersitv at Iowa City, returned to hi tudks Sunday after spending half n week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Murphy. Mrs. Lee Brown and children return ed to Omaha Thursday accompanied b Mrs. Don Blair. They arrived last week to attend the funeral of their H, W. POST Dray and Tranfer Storage of all kinds. Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. 32-tf Order a Load of Our Superior Coal and learn Heat Satisfaction F, S, Norton & Son Prompt Delivery Call 229 ils parents at Decorah. He returned wme Monday morning. Charles Zoller of Lakota visite< rom Thursday until Sunday at th Frederick Schultz home. Mrs. Anna Newbrough and son, Don aid of Humboldt were Thanksgivin; juests at the Ralph Thompson home. The legion Auxiliary meets th! Friday wkh Mrs. Rov Jensen. Th ,econd Auxiliary card party will be to light. Frank Householders and Orrie Hul berts were Thanksgiving guests at th Everett Richardson home in Algon •ecently. Edgar Colver of Des Moinea wh spent the pheasant season with th '_,. R. Rodericks, return* d home Wed lesday. Paul, John and Henry Vaji Buren of Cedar county spent last Tuesday and Wednesday wltli tlKir aunt, Mrs. Win. Bierstedt. Donald Blanchard accompanied his brother, Gordon and Harry Krieg to C-vtiar Fp.lls, where he will resume his tchool work. Mrs. Mary Brunson and Mrs. Alex Krueuer and son, Tommy were Sunday visitors at the M. E. Blanchard home- at Irvlngton. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Miss Florence Household, r speuv Thanksgiving with the Ralph Rledel family at Fenton. Tlie Seneca Independent basketball team deflated the local team in a fast game here Saturday night. The final score was 28 to 37. Eva Helinke of Renwick visited the Oils Sanders home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Johns and daughter of Seneca were guests there Sunday. Doris Mae Blanchard visited at the Lester Johnson home at Bancrolt last Thursday and Friday. Tasker Johnson letumed home with her. The Bftrt Godden family recently moved to the Hutchinson funn north of here. It. was formerly occupied by tl)e lute J. D. Roderick. The Otis Sanders family attended a wedding dinner houurlnK Mr. and Mri. Russell Waterbury at th e Ltgion hall at Swea Ci<y Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gottlkb Eickenberg- er and baby who have been, visiting re- THEATRE Algona, Iowa Ice—Air—Water—Pine Sanitor. 50,000 cu, ft. "Kooler Aire" System. Call the nearest telephone operator for our program. They have the information and are happy to serve you. Do you know of a better program? CALL December 1-18 Dec 5-6-7 TCree big days., 3 big mailings. 3 prize HVi winning stars. Matinee.'; 2 p. in. e;'cli day. . AH. pftErjEttjQ MA RCH NOKMA SHEARER CHAS LAUGHTON •THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLE ST." Saturday, Dec. 8 Special. Matinee 10 o'clock. Show every 2 hour;, all day-night. We c.mnot handle the crowds unless you plan on the morning matinees. LAUREL & HAH1>Y ill "BABES IN TOYLAND" Kids bring dad and mother Sun. Mon., Dec. 9 10 The slurs of "The Thin Man" are better— they have a baby. WM. POWELL MYRNA LOY UNA MEHKEL ISABEL JEWELL BABY (CORA SUK COLLINS) "EVELYN PRENTICE" Also "Why Do I Dream Dreams" Tuesday, Dec. 11 BANK NIGHT! BANK NIGHT! Guaranteed <.o be big. JIMMY CAGNEY "THE ST. LOUIS KID" His first, big hit since "Here Comes the Navy'' Wed.-ThuTB., Dec. 12 13 HENRY HULL PHILLIP HOLMES in Chas. Dickhis "GREAT EXPECTATIONS" Grand and glcrioos entertainment. Every high school in Kostuth county should have its students see this one. Fri Sat., Dec. 14-15 JACKIE COOPER THOS. MEIOHAN "PECK'S BAD BOY" Su.-Mon., Dec. 16 17 GUY KIBBEE ALINE MC MAHON "BABBITT' 1 Tuesday, Dec. 18 BANK NIGHT TUESDAY Lawrence Slullinti's "THE FIRST WORLD'S WAR" Authentic—ollicial—uncensorcd. The book that stunned a nation. ^WVWVWWtfWWVVfWWWrt^^^ CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nafl Bank Blk ALOONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTOHNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W B. QUARTON II. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW 3Hlce over Kossulh County Slate Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. Hutchiaon Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW aulnby Bldg. Phone 251 K. J. VAN NESS & O. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS ORlce over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, lowft Ciuylord D Shumway Ertward D. Kelly SHUMWAY it KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby & Krause Building Algona, Iowa Phone 58 E. H. Fanom Jndre D. V. C«jle Office over Basket Grocery ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Phone 820 Algon*. Iowa PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Or. A, L. Klst over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phona 320 ALGONA. IOWA C. II. CRETZMEYEIt, M. D. Surgeon <& Physician Office John Galbralth Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS. D. O. Osteopathic Physician and Burgeon General Hospital Phones: Olfice 1ST; Retikience 688 ALOONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Qulnby Building. Phene 180. ALGONA. IOWA E. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Kraase Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office ovi'r Iowa State Bank Phone 206 P. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 315 ALGONA, IOWA CAUKOL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over PoBtofflce Phone 56 J. W. Sullivan utet'd) S. E. McMahon L. E Linnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA. IOWA P. V. JAN8E. M. I>. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 664 MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Otfic* Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 1M DENTISTS 1)11. II. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocalne used for extraction Located over Christenten Store Phone: Business 166. Residence, 410 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, low* VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wlnkel Oitice a-J() W<-st Sta't Street OHice Phone 475-W IU - =. 475-R Algona, Iowa L. M. MEiumr Mortician and Funeral Director Phoue 11 Algona. luwa A- V. HERTIG SIGN SERVICE Over Fisher Ci-fts Phan* EVE L. PRESNELL, Algoiia low*. ttU kinds of Kodak Finishing and Bu&rge- meuts. Colored. Call Pnoue 411-J. 604 South Dodge St. 93-U Pipes Tobacco Cigars Cigarettes ^^wnwwwMMWywwww"^^ Smokers Articles of All Kinds Wrapped for Xmas vwwvwwywvw%^vwwi/uviA^^

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