The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 20, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 20, 1934 COMMUNITY CLUB ATWHITTEMORE ELECTS OFFICERS Prof. Bochford, President; P. J. Balgeman, V. P.; Gee- Ian, Treasurer Whlttemore: The Community club met Thursday evening and elected officers for the coming year. They are as follows: Prof. P. J. Rochford, president; P. J. Balgwnan, vice president; James Geclan, treasurer; John TJhlen- hake, secretary. The executive committee to composed of J. M. Fleming, H. R. Zumach, Ralph BarUett, Prank Bestenlehner and Peter Schumacher. The entertaining committee for the year is Dr. H. E. Wodoward. H. R. Zumach, John Uhlenhake. Ray 1.. Burd- Ine was elected permanent publicity chairman. Academy Team Wins Presentation academy boys played basketball with St. Mary's at Emmets- Tjurg Sunday afternoon and won by a score of 22 to 20. Kaschmltter, one of the regulars went out on fouls at the beginning of the second quarter and Thomas Parrell, another regular, •went out at the beginning of the fourth quarter. The second half was fast and very exciting. The second team lost by a score of 14 to 4. Approaching Marriages The approaching marriages of Will McCauley of Mason City and Irene Poxsen and Gene Martini and Cecelia Plnnegan of Armstrong were an- nonuced in St. Michael's church Sunday. 22 Tables Cards The card party held Tuesday evening in the academy hall drew a small crowd, only 22 tables in both bridge and five hundred being played. The high bridge prize went to James Oee- lan and Margaret Reding and '.the Wgh five hundred prize went to Mike Mergen and Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt. James Conway received the door prize. Aid Society Meeting The Lutheran Ladies' Aid society of at Paul's Lutheran church met on Thursday afternoon In the school hall. A Christmas program was given. The ladies exchanged gifts. The committee for the next meeting is Mesdames Prank Schattschneider, August Schatt- achndder, L. H. Pertl, Carl Ostwald, Win. Rusch, Jr., and Wm. Roeber. Harold Roth and Earl Connors were Algona visitors Friday. Irene Heller spent the week end in Algona with her sisters, Viola and Esther. Mm. Joe Korleskl of Emmeteburg visited at the Prank Parell home on •Saturday. Frank artt Ella Burke and Susie Ooeders were Algona visitors Pridayy afternoon. Ed Cullen has secured a position In Algona in the Kohlhaas & SpUles hardware store. Mrs. Theo. Elbert of Algona visited her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Pandel and family Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crook anr family of Enwnetsburg vlsted Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roupe Sunday. Violet Ward of Spencer visited a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Mike Koppen and family the past week. Loretta- Longfltt of Emmetsburg visited a few days with her friend, Bernice FarreU the past week. Mrs. J. A. Spies and daughter, Elizabeth of Graetttnger vlsted at the Wm. Hlgglns home Thursday. Alice Etsele spent a few days visiting with friends at Pocahontas. She returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Elbfert and family and Mrs. Mary Miller of Algona visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. Cora Frost of Sioux Falls South Dakota, is here visiting her brother, George Alrhart, who is seriously 111. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hllbert and daughter of Cylinder Ispent Sunday with his mother. Mrs. Emma Hllbert nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel and their daughter of Truman, Minn., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel and relatives. Mrs. R. L. Burdine and daughter, Betty, left Friday for Montezuma, being called there by the serious illness of her mother. Dr. and Mrs. L. Mosbach of Humboldt are the proud parents of a baby girl born Sunday. They now have a family of two girls. Dr. J. B. Foley of Roseburg, Oregon, visited Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. James Foley and family. He left Sunday evening for St. Paul enroute home. Mrs. 8. J. Hayes and son, Jackie visited several days with relatives in Emmetsburg and also to get acquainted with her new niece at the Gerald Ryan home. John Haag and Mrs. Pauline Miller visited their sister, Mrs. Wm. Potter at Norfolk, Nebraska, a few days the past week. Mrs. Potter has been quite ill but Is better now. John Bisenius and daughters, Helena and Rosella were Emmetsburg visitors Wednesday. Rosella remained to visit and assist in caring for her grandmother, .Mrs. P. W. Dahlhauser, who is quite ill. '35 Hog Benefits Per Head Same As '34 Hog adjustment payments per head to the signer of the 1935 cornhog contract will be the same as in 1934, or $15 on 10 per cent of the adjusted average number produced from 1932 and 1933 litters Instead of 25 per cent as provided in the 1934 contract, says county agent, G. A. Bonnstetter. "Bright Eyes", Newest Shirley Temple Film, Plays Here Jan. 4th and 5th LEDYARD NEWS OF THE WEEK Ledyard: The Junior high district declamatory contests were held Thursday evening at Lakota and Grant. At La- tota Ledyard w|as (represented by Harold Moore, who took first place in mmorous and by Nadlne Hans. At 3rant Center the representatives wire Duane Thompson., Howard NiU and Kathleen Recce. Howard won second jlace In humorous. Both contests were won by Swea City. CHOCOLATES tf*«C~? QUAUI DECLARATION and A CHALLENGE W« «Wbfe tint our HureUtai «e •qua) in quality «e4 Rawer, te My chocolate* «v*r toU at Myeifae ••> to $1 JO p*r pound. V/« challenge aitxo«* to finor choco/cto*. Your tint aW guarantee Sorensen Drug Next to the poatofftce A CHRISTMAS INSPIRATION The sparkling spirit of Christmas goes with a gift of fragrant flowers. Pine gift bouquets, distinctively packaged, ready to go places this Christmas. CUT FLOWERS A wonderful selection, of beautiful Roses, such varieties as Hollywood lied, Premier Supreme, Templar lied, Talisman, Joanna Hill yellow, etc. A fine size, specially priced at, the dozen Other sixes $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 dozen Cut Poinsettias=r e a Cb 35<y50c Also other miscellaneous cut Sowers, a$ carnations, narcissus, snap- dru.tji.iaB, pompom niuom, dairies, violets, etc. We deliver! ALGONA GREENHOUSES Phone 305 Algona, IOWA. Members Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association Mrs. Margaret Looft has been quite ill this past week with the flu. V. A. Barrett and L. W. Wlemer were business callers in Algona Saturday. Viola Weaver spent the week end n Armstrong at the Boscoe Mayne lome. The Methodist Christmas program will be held In the church Christmas Eve at 7:30. Mrs. Fred Busch has been ill the past week with lumbago and oinMer the care of a doctor. Harold Qranner refereed a basketball game at Seneca last Tuesday between Seneca and Lakota. On Friday evening the Women's Foreign Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Edward Knoner. Cleo Oable was taken ill in school last Tuesday. She was taken to Lakota that evening to consult Dr. Williams. On last Monday evening the Standard Bearers met at the H. D. Mayne home with Edith and Evelyn as the hostesses. Kenneth Thompson arrived home oh Saturday from Mornlngslde in Sioux City to spend his Christmas vacation with his parents. The senior class are practicing on the program which they plan to present for the alumni at the homecoming to be held Dec. 27. Christy Hendrlckson of Blue Earth was at tlie Parrell home last Thursday. Mr. Hendrtckson expects to move onto the Farrell farm in the spring. George Hagge and Alice, George Moulton and Mrs. Arthur Zlelske and Beverly and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Weaver were Algona shoppers Friday. Esther Junkemeler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Junkemeler was injured in the basketball game Friday even- Ing at Lakota and was taken to Dr. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilcox and daughter, Ardls, returned last Wednesday to their home in Fort Dodge after a short visit at the parental Richard Zlelske home. Burt Masons Pick Officers for Year; Gustafson is W. M. Bun: The Mason lodge elected the following officers for the coming year at their last meeting: A. M. Gustafson, worshipful master; H. V. Jones, senior warden; R. C. Dremmel, Junior warden; c. C. Smith, treasurer and H. A. Thompson, secretary. Adopt Little Girl Rev. and Mrs. L. Richmann have adopted a five year old girl from the Lutheran home at Port Dodge. The Rlchmarins have a daughter, ten years old. Mrs. Elza Woltz was on the sick list last week. Miss Esther Godden Is visiting at Ihe LeRoy Boettcher home. Dr. W. T. Peters lias had an oil burner installed in his home. A Christmas cantata will be given at the Methodist church Sunday evening. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle has been having the interior of his home redecorated. A large crowd enjoyed the cantata at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings were dinner guests at the C. L. Phelps home recently. The Methodist ladies had a good attendance at their bazaar Friday. They cleared $83. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Brown and baby of Garner called at the M. M. Chipman home Sunday. Mrs. Sidney John entertained the Fortnightly club at her borne Wednesday afternoon. Gordon Hansen and Roy Rlngsdorf were at Eagle Grove on business one day laat week. Tile Auxiliary ladies have a quilt ou display iu Smith's department store window for tale. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch at the D. E. Fitch home Friday evening. Mrs. C. C. Smith won the $22.50 given away at the Hellene Theatre on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. £. C. Nelson of Fort Dodge ;ptuL the week end here with her mother. Mis. Mary McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bueil kft on Saturday morning for Florid* where they will spend the remainder of the winter. Henry Neeland came home from Cherokee last week and is at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Neeland. Mrs. J. H. Rlckard of Algona visited her son, Todd and wife and Mrs. Roy Ollem and family here one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mann of Oko- bojl spent Sunday at the W. E. Stahl home. Mr. Stahl has been ill for some time. A federal aid adult class has been started at the school house. Miss Hoien Thompson has been employed as the instructor. Walter Sorensen is at Iowa City, where he Is being treated for an Infection in one of his ankles at the University hospital. Miss Elizabeth Rash left last week for Illinois where sh e expects to work. She has been at the D. L. McDonald home for several months. BANCROFT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan entertained Joe San&chulte and Mrs. Dishler at a dinner Sunday evening. Philip Sheridan will spend a few days including Christmas at his home. He will arrive next Saturday from Ames. Banns of matrimony were published for the first time Sunday in St. John's church Xcfr Miss Adelta Vaskto and Ervin Joseph Ulses. Francis Bcrens arrived here from Des Moines where he has been employed, to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan. Erwtn Rahe will arrive home on Saturday from .Pubuque where he ts attending college and will spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rahe. Mrs. Charles Fox is assisting in the Kennedy department store during the Christmas rush. Her sister from Ledyard Is here doing the housework for her during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Suunders were surprised Monday afternoon by their friends, the occasion being their golden wedding anniversary. In the near future a gathering of the children and relatives will result In a large celebration. Mary Sheridan entertained the ladles Auxiliary at her home two Weeks ago on Thursday evening. Thirty-six ladles attended and Mrs. Thomas Garry won high and Mrs. Gus Benjamin won travel prize. Mrs. Neva Lattlmer and Mrs. Andrew Deiterlng were also hostesses. FENTON SLIDE GIVES FUN TO TOBOGGANERS Legion Builds Slide at the Rear of Dr. Ruske's Home Fenton: The Penton American Le- jlon has erected a toboggan slide In the alley at the rear of the Dr. Ruske home. The slide is about 15 feet high and Is steep enough that sleds can reach a good speed before reaching the bottom of the slide. Retaining walls have been built on the sides to prevent sledders from slipping off and }elng injured. It has been Iced and tried out and is fast becoming a source of pleasure to the youngsters as well as some of the older ones. The Oom- •nunlty club cooperated in financing ;he structure. Lutheran Aid Elect* The St. John's Lutheran Aid society neld their regular meeting in the church parlors last week Wednesday afternoon. Election of officers was held. Mrs. A. J. Krausc was named ircsldent, succeeding Mrs. H. E. Relm- :rs. Mrs. Relmers was then elected as vice president, succeeding Mrs. W. V. Yager. Mrs. R. W. Kabelltz was reelected secretary and Mrs. Ed Mitchell was reelected treasurer. Marjory Volght was a dinner guest at the home of Phyllis McFall Sunday. Mrs. Rny Stoeber was hostess to hrr sewing club last wppfc Wedix-sdny nf- tornoon. Mrs. Kate Newel was a Hartley visitor Sattirday at the home mf her son, LeRoy. Viola, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. J. Mueller Is seriously ill with double pneumonia. Vmma Weisbrod sptnt last week with her grandmother, Mrs. J. c. Kre- serwky at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod were entertained at the Charles Schemmel home at Swea City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ohm and family were six o'clock dinner guests at the E. C. Fauerby home Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer is ill in bed with rheumatism. She is staying at the home of her son, Everett, at present. Dtr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller l»nd baby, Ruth were dinner guests at the Rev. J. T. Snyder home Sunday evening. Herman Krause had a severe attack of heart trouble last week. Frank Bailey also had a heart attack one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago and their daughters, Leona and Lillian and Edith Wolfe were entcrtainfcd at the John Arbogast home Sunday. Paul Edgar, infant son of the Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer of Fnlrvllle, has returned home from the hospital at Fort Dodge and is slowly Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Armstrong of Blue Earth, Minn., came Saturday evening for a visit at the home of the former's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McPall. Isabel Weisbrod, who has been very 111 with influenza has recovered from that and now has the jaundice and win be unable to assume her school duties at present. Tim Mesdames R. C. Goetsch, W. R. Wolfe. E. A. Weisbrod and Mertin Mansager were hostesses to the Methodist aid society Friday afternoon at the church parlors. The annual Christmas party of the Woman's club was held last week •* Tuesday afternoon at the hksne tt Mrs. Emma Light with Mrs. O. H. Graham and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod, asMst- ant hostesses. The evening bridge club was entertained at the home of Mr, and Mm E. W. Ruske last Thursday evening. Mrs. Charles Newel won high prize and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod received th« consolation prize. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller were club guests. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger and Mr. and Mrs. A. Wlchtendahl were Sunday dinner guests at the John Bellinger home. Mr, and Mrs. Allan Bolllnger, Mrs. Jacob Henget and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod were other guests In the afternoon at the Bellinger home. Trauger is Speaker Art Trauger, district manager of ttie National Reemployment office, enter- tnined the Klwanlans last Thursday with i report of the functions, duties and object of the Reemployment of- flce. 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