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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 13, 1934
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The Algona TTpper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 13, 1934 U)NE ROCK COUPLE OBSERVE 2CTH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY, TUESDAY «ard Party Celebrates Affair at J. c. Geitsenauer Home " and Mw- J. c. observed their 26th wed- last Tuesday- The and relatives helped ta otto . **• and " 1 f -? muy - - and family and Mr and 2 Jahn of ***" «SS - Kcnne th Bolllnger; Mrs. and son ' Ed ? ar ' Mr- a 1 "* Adolph Peril, Mr. and Mrs. Otto WUfey and family and Mr. and Mrs. Aared Bruhn and family of Fenton; the Rudolph and William Hanover families of Whittemore and the Fred Kutow family. n ve hundred was played. High score wa sreceived by Milton Geltzenauer and low by Elmer Pi- Jahn. Declam Winners Tie Junior high declamatory contest was held last Tuesday with the following results: oratorical, John Sprank, first, Arnold Rellly, second; dramatic, «7nanita Wegner, first, Viola Sprank, second; humorous, Willard Quinn, first and Lora Belle Householder, second. The next contest will be held Wednesday, Dec. 12 at Hurt and Lone Rock with contestants from LuVerne, Fenton, Hurt and Lone Rock competing. Mrs. Will Leeper has been ill for the past week. The next Legion Auxiliary card party will be held Dec. 20th. Because of a damaged furnace there was no school Monday. Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone attended a meeting at the R. 8. H. Aten home at Burt last Tuesday. A pie social and program will be held tonight at the Cherland school north of Lone Rock. Ardlth Knoll is the teacher. Albert Thompson who had his tonsils removed last Monday has suffered several hemorrhages during the past week. Mrs. August Nelson and daughter, Betty attended, & basa*r and dinner at the Swedish Lutheran church a* Seneca Thursday. The Juniors and seniors and Coach Orodland were entetained at a taffy pull at the L. B. Hollister home on Thursday evening. Hugo Wbrtbington and 1 Ru&sell Thompson took the tester's brother Maurice to Iowa City, Saturday where he will be treated for adhesions. Mary Ann Flaig was dismissed from the Kossuth hospital Friday night. She will not be able to return to school until after the Christinas holidays. Russell Sharp moved the shack, in which he has been living for the past few months, to Dayton, Sunday, where he will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Sharp. The E. C. Bierstedts entertained the following Sunday night: the Arthur Bierstedt families, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson and Gladys Bierstedt of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Marlow and Russell Walker of Algona. Game Commission Posts Asked for Spirit Lake Men Spencer News-Herald: Places on the State Fish and Game commission for Don Stearns and W. R. Neal of Spirit Lake are being asked by Dickinson county sportsmen and a move to have Gov. Clyde Herring to appoint one or both has gained considerable momentum in this section In recent days. Because of the fact that the Okoboji lakes constitute Iowa's greatest fishing resort, it is felt that the area should be represented on the commission. Dennis Goeders of Algona, present northwestern Iowa member of the commission, is expected to be replaced by Gov. Herring after his term expires January 1, and the Spirit Lake men are being boomed for this place, it is understood. Both Stearns and Neal have been active In promoting the welfare of the Iowa Great Lakes region and are enthusiastic sportsmen. Don't wait until the last minute for trains or Fuel! ORDER COAL NOW! Remember how disappointed (or maybe just downright mad!) you were when you missed that train? Well, that's the same feeling you'll have when Winter comes roaring in and you find you've forgotten to order your Blue Star coal.. Coal will be higher in price—and maybe impossible to get later on. Why not get your Winter's supply of Blue Star now? Just telephone 229. Eliminate* all winter lubrl. 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J P T 'v 1 *' *•»* a*t «tora«* batiorta* tryln* to atari a TlftfaHT wltkk a *hl«jr oil dracT ^uat add "BX8Y SHIFT" toott-HuB PBB8TO—o>a Uilckaat, aUOast IdaA •f Ul and.KTWM tmtuylltttoly b» eamM liquid and fr»a flowlaif. JSSft Wr-0^. Elbert Garage Joe Greenberg Kooast, Kohlhaas Brot. Helberg Garage Junior Declamatory Winners at Ledyard Selected Wednesday Ledyard: The junior high declarna- tory students held their elimination contest in the assembly Wednesday afternoon. The winners were (Onsen as follows: Duane Thompson In oratorical; Nadlne Hans and Kathleen Reece In dramatic and Howard Nitz and Harold Moore In humorous. These students will represent Ledyard In the next contests to be held ait Lakota and Grant Center on Thursday night. Basketball Accident Arlowe Blome, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Blome had an accident while playing basketball in the gymnasium before school Thursday morning, and broke both bones in his right arm. Mr. Barrett took hint to Dr. Devine's office where the bones were set. Gerald Warner spent the week end wRh his folks here. The Dyer boys were irmniunized on Saturday for diphtheria. Clyde Behse spent several days last week visiting friends at Titonka. Roscoe Mayne of Armstrong was a business caller here last Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. Hotchkiss were Sunday guests at the Howard Maync home. Cerii Peterson has been ill the past week after having had some teeth pulled. Vance Oatley returned home Friday from Collins, Iowa, where he has been working. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dutton of Algona visited Sunday at the Leon Worden home. Miss Maida RUhnke of Eldora, visited Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Martha Gable. Grandma Niester has been seriously ill the past week and under the care of Dr. Williams. The Commercial club met Thursday evening and made plans for the Christmas celebration. The Wm. Flynn and Ray Gordon families spent Sunday at the Leo Flynn home in Buffalo Center. Lawrence Balvance returned home on Thursday from St. Louis, Mo., where he has been visiting relatives. Mrs. Fred Junkemeier returned home Saturday from Hubbard where she has been visiting with he* sister* Mrs. Brandt. On Sunday evening, Dec. 23, there will be a Christmas program at the Evangelical church. There will be no cervices held until then. Faith Raney who has visited the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs. V. A. Barrett, returned Saturday night to her borne In Livermore. Mrs. Wm. Wlamcr entertained on Thursday evening at an Aid tea. Those present were: Mesdames Petersen and Granner, Ruth Jones, Adelaide Randal, Mildred Rich and Juanlta Underkofler. Sexton Woman Has 84th Birthday Sexton: Thirteen ladies went in and pleawjitly surprised Mrs. Mary Kuta- chan last week PrWay afternoon and helped her celebrate her 84th birthday. The afternoon was spent in visiting and a delicious lunch was served. The afternoon was greatly enjoyed by everyone. Donald Clunder visited Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff. Mrs. Monroe Heitpr will entertain Jhe Sexton Ladles' Aid at her home south of Wesley this week Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Medieth Burger of near Tlton- ta visited Friday and Saturday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Saxali Wise and family. Mrs. Otto Neuman and Mrs. August Kirschbaum were In Wesley last week Wednesday afternoon having dental work done. Arthur Olsen, George Comp, Wilbur and Everett Steven, Herman and Nell WUe and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven enjoyed a skiing and bob sled ride on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner and HKle daughter. Donna Jean of Algona were visitors Sunday afternoon at the hom e of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Stratton and family In Britt. Mrs. Mary Kutschara and grandchildren, John, Minnie and Henry Kutschara were guests Sunday at the olrthday dinner of another grandson, Irwln Sea mo n at hU home in Algona. Practice has started on the Christmas program which will be held on Sunday venlng, December 23rd. Tile program committee consists of Mrs. Fred Plumb, Mrs. Harvey Steven, Mrs. Leo Steven and Nell Wlsu with Edith Greenfield to assist with the music. BURTP.T.A.WILL MEET TONIGHT And Business Men Will Pre sent Santa at Burt on Dec. 22 Burt: The following program will be given at trie parent-teachers meeting Thursday night. EM Thaves will give a vocal solo; a talk by Miss Eva Whitney, "How to Preserve the Christmas Spirit"; Mrs. Donald Weir will give a talk on "Origin and Development of the Christmas Spirit." Mrs. W. T. Peters will give a talk on "Exchange of Christmas Qifts, the Effect 1 ? Good or Bad." Sant* Is Coming The business men of Burt will put on a show and have Santa Claus here Dec. 23 with a treat tor the kiddies. Titonka P. T. A. Met Monday Titonka: The regular meeting of :he P. T. A. was held Monday evening. After the business session was concluded the following program was iven: community singing; mellophone solo by Barbara Ball; talk, "School and Community Cooperation," Mrs. Randahl, of Forest City; clarinet quartette. Lunch was served by a committee. NON-S1UD Spot Pad Trusses The Perfeot Rapture Holders! CONSUL TATION and 4UVKK SEE OUR FITTER NCWI *« taat«t * Hl'BCIAI. rvr* tor VOl'K Bupturo! Sorensen Drug Iowa. Mrs. Mary McDonald has been ill the pan week. The Methodist Ladies' Aid will serve dinner at 5:30 Friday evening. Miss Letha Mann will board at the Gerald Brace home while the roads are bad. Miss Buma Duekman-lon of Mitchell, South Dakota, is vlsltlnc; her sister, Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Edwin Manus came home from Mankato last week. He has been playing in an orchestra. E. H. Pannkuk left Saturday night for Des Moines where he will enter the hospital for treatment. Dorothy Clemans entertained a number of friends at a party at her home Saturday evening. Miss Dorothy Clemans had the misfortune to lose her pocketbook Saturday. It contained considerable money. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham of Fenton spent Sunday afternoon and evening here at the Wm. Boettcher home. A Christmas cantata will be given at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening entitled "The Christmas Glory." Derald Riddle came up from Council Bluffs to spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Riddle. Miss Margaret Morness will not return to school again this year and began work again In Dr. W. T. Peters office. The Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. W. T. Peters Monday night with Mrs. W. A. Peters as assisting hostess. Mrs. Bannick of Wilton Junction accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Ella McArthur home and will remain here for some time. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Larson spent Sunday at the Lewis Larsen home. Mrs. Lewis Larsen who has been ill is Improving. Miss Bertha Daniels spent Wednesday afternoon at Algona with her aunt Mrs. Fannie Cunningham. Mrs. Cunningham has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman drove to Armstrong Sunday afternoon to visit Harry Helgaopn. They also visited Mrs. Elmer flchafTer who is ill. Mrs. Lillian Slgler took her sister. Miss Catherine Manus, to her school near LuVerne Monday after she had spent the week end here at her home. G. W. Leek of Arnegard, North Dakota, has been visiting at the Tom Trcnary, H. A. Smith, Harold Smith. Floyd Duncan and Emll Plerson homes. Edwin Allen Is moving his family ironi Iowa Falls to the John Lang farm mown as the Welse farm southeast of town. Edwin will work for Mr. Long. Mrs. Belle Reynolds spent Sunday at .he home of her son, Carl and family near Corwith. The Reynolds family have been Hi with the scarlet fever. Miss Viola Riddle is working at the Pete Oodfredson home east of Bancroft. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs Clifford Rlngsdorf at the Godfredsen, home last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorf received an announcement at the marriage of their cousin, Lawrence Bobo to Miss Helen Schmeling, which took place Thanksgiving day at EmmeU- burg. Mrs. N. I. Morness received the sad news of the death of her mother, Mrs. Mary Stromann of Bergen, Norway. Her death was due to a stroke. Mrs. Mornefis has one brother and three sisters living in Norway. Members of the Birthday Circle gave a shower last Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. John Kuchenreuther .who was married November 30th. It was also a surprise to her. She received some nice and useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stow to Decorah where they will stay at the Ray Isenberger home while Mrs. Ray Lsenberger goes to Iowa City where her mother, Mrs. W. A. Sigsbee is to have an operation. Lutheran Church M A. Sjostrand, pastor Choir practice tills evening at 7:30 in the pitrsonuge. Ladies' Aid will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. R. Sell- stom. with Mrs. Ole Allison assisting hostess. Sunday School next Sunday at 10 a. m. Vesper services nex-t Sunday at 7:30. _ Notice of Probate of Will State of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. No. 3901, in WistriL-t. Court, November Term, 1934. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last WU1 and Testament of Anna Rus- trum, Deceased, dated, November 6, 1930. having beeu this day filed, opened tMid read, Wednesday, the Btb day cf January, 1935, 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 pertous interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and bhow cause if lUiy they have, why stild instrument should uot be probated and allowed u--> and for the last Will and Testament ol said deceased. Dated al Algoua, Iowa, December 7. 1934. KATHARINE MC BVOY. Cleric of District Court. ALMA PEARSON. Deputy iiullivau, McMahoii & LUuuau. &0-52 Swea City Declam Winner* Picked in Contest Last Week Swea City: The Junior high declamatory contest was held Thursday. Dec. 6. The results are as follows: oratorical, Kenneth Hethershaw and Arlene Rystad; dramatic, Eugene Thomson and Luclle Leland; and humoroxu, JCa- thryn Anderson and Arnold Kluffr. These student* will represent the school at the county contests to be held Dec, 13 at Ledyard and Lakota. The coaching has been done bv Lola Wylam and Helen Munson. The Judges of the contest were Theodora Hovey, Ber- nlce Swensen and Gladys BuerkV.x, all faculty members. Can Crash The cars of Everett Lester and Harold Hewitt were badly damaged when they collided recently at the corner four miles west of Swea City. No one was injured. H. S. Honor Roll The high school honor roll for the second six weeks is as follows: Geneva Berg, Darlene Kesler, Mae Peterson. Elsie Regner, Elaine Arnold, Lucille Evans. Nora Mogenson. Irene Rohlf, Bobby Ha«lund, Robert Leland. Florence Plcht, Luella Senenfeld- er, Harold Schuler, Clara Montgomery, Hazel Rohlin. Mary Schroeder, Ad'a Uhr, Melvin Krumm. Lawrence Mogenson and Reginald Winter. The W. C. T. U. met Tuesday at (lie home of Rev. Raymond Sxmnson. Assistant Coach Harold Pohlman officiated at the basketball game at Lakota Friday night and at Lone Rock Saturday night. Dr. Frank Anderson, secretary of the Baptist State convention, and Rev. Bryden of Bancroft were guest speakers at the Baptist church Tuesday night. Rev. Raymond McCrary has been substituting as pastor until the church decides on a permanent pastor. TITONKA NEWS Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball entertained his mother, Mrs. Emma Ball of Monroe, WIs., last week. Miss Stella Mae Breen of Algona spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Breen. Mrs. Frank Fisher entertained four tables at cards Friday evening In honor of her husband's birthday. Miss Gladys Boggess. assistant postmistress, had nn attack of appendicitis the paat week and consequently was absent from her work. Mrs. Homer C. Downs, Mrs. Clarence A. Hoon and Mrs. R. C. Ball accompanied Mrs. H. A. French to Algonu Friday evening to attend the movie. Mrs. Ray Oesterrelcher entertained the Women's Home Missionary society Wednesday afternoon. Mm. Bernard Thompson was leading the lesson "Wo- mpn in the Peace Movement.'' Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wolfe entertained the members of their bridge club on Tuesday evening. High score for couples was made by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Budlcmg, and Mrs. A. M. Peterson received the travel prize. The members of the Queen Esther circle met nt the home of Mrs. Lee Wolfe Saturday for a work meeting. A pot luck dinner was served at noon. The girls made scrap books and bean Radio Sale I Let's celebrate by radio with all the wcrld at Christmas. All- Wave Coronndo Mantle, $29.95—Console, $37.50~MaJestIcs start at $3.95. Up to $25 on your old set on a 10-tube Coronado. Battery Console, complete, $33.95.—Gamble Stores. 50 J • A Lasting Gift for the Home t , s to bp sent to an orphanage tt York. Neb. Mrs. Esther Askins gave a bob ste* party Sunday afternoon. Her guest* were: Mrs. Guy Bruns, Mrs. J. D. Breen, Mrs. j. p. Ptther, Mm. Chester Lamoreux. Mrs. Wm. Batt, Mrs. O. H. Cooper, Miss Stella Mac Breen and Miss Mftxine Peterson. Mrs. Martin Blelefi entertained tte Tuesday afternoon bridge club. Mrs. H. C. Schweppe received first prfen. Mrs. Carl P. Callles second and the consolation by Mrs. Wm. Boy ken. Mrs. Homer C. Downs. Mrs. H. A. French and Mrs. J. B. Blelch were guests. Read The Want Ada—It Pays. Spode's Famous Buttercup Billingsley Rose Fairy Dell Rosebud Chintz Johnson's Old English and Chintz Bavarian Bohemian In numerous styles and patterns at ^ Sorensen Drug Next to the Po.stofTiee Where A mas Shopping in a pleasure; not a task M/fr»- »»«>fl r ««,<>/fr>» %»<v/| / «»«»jy/|,»,. ***Jt-+~*rtM..~* THIS A NEW Women nowadays appreciate practical gif s And the superlative ity built into t&e Mayt ig washer makespt a» appropriate to.lgivd iat Christmas as at lay otter time of the ForbwamwitJi M«yte« mmy be h«d with (•••line Multi-motor. VUtt t/w. M*yt»g Vernier Near You I*-I4-M THE MAYTAG COMPANY MANUr«CTUR[RS roUNora iti: N i w T o N i o * i Auction In Anderson's Hall FRIDAY, December, 14, 2 p. m. It will really be everybody's auction. The way tilings are coming in, it .sure is no one man's job. Donations of all kinds are coming in thick and fast. If they keep this up Anderson's Hall will be a real department stows by Friday afternoon. Let the good work go on. While it drives sorrow out the back door for some needy mother, it will brin" joy and happiness in the front door for the ones that are'donating It is a doulP- e hh-ssmg Everybody .seems happy and willing to lend a hand. Alreadv I.ey have brought m radios, victrolas, washing machines, stoves, grindstones, trunks, suitcases, dust pans, dog collars, dippers, diamonds, goggles, garters grammars, soap shears, supenders, sh.vels, shoe laces, rings, raisins, rules and ranges, combs, brooms, toilet articles a iid ice cream freezers. A full line of wearing apparel, dresses, ,-oats, mitts, caps, jackets, underwear, shoes, overshoes, stockings, a few shee,,-li m -,l «. oa ts, sweaters, tables, chairs, dishes and other things too numerous to mention. If y-.u have something to give and no way to bring it, Mr. McDonald the supervisor, has volunteered his services. Just let us know and he will come and K'ven traveling men that drop in the store arc having goods sent out for Friday's Auction. One traveling man gave a big box full of his samples Bring anything you want to donate to Neville's store, we will gladly take care of it and see that it goes on sale Friday afternoon, Dec. 14th. Be on hand and see the fun. It is a neighborly affair and fora mighty good cause. Every cent goes to the needychildren. Music by Algona Toe Tickler? From 1 to 2 o'clock la. State Bank will clerk the sale Auctioneers Lou Matern Huqh Raney Hugh M. Colwell Jimmie Neville

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