The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 20, 1934 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, December 20,1934 WEST BEND WINS 3 OF 4 BASKET GAMES IN WEEK 04rls' Team Wins Pair as Boys Split Even With Rodman, Ottosen West Bend: The basket ball team of lUdman played the local high school t«mrs here Tuesday evening. The West, Bend girls won by a vrrv on"- rided score of 28 to 5 and the boys loot to the visitors by a 18 to 13 score. A targe crowd of fans were out to see the games. The teams play Bradgate here Tuesday evening and Cylinder here Friday evening. Miss Odean Waufrh. the girls' athletic conch, is on the sick list this week. Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweller and Miss Jean Henry were Algona visitors Friday afternoon. Mrs. Carl Vohs attended a cantata hi Algona Sunday afternoon where she played a violin solo. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Munson and Vaby spent Sunday at Oraettlnger with Mrs. Munson's mother. Harlan Gerhart, who attends Morn- tagplde College at Sioux City Is spending his vacation here with his parents. The choir of the Presbyterian church presented the cantata, "Angelic Tid- Sunday evening. Mrs. Carl Vohs George Emerson left for St. IXmls, Missouri, Friday, where he will spend Christmas with his son, Norman D. and family. Lyman RUey returned Monday evening from Sioux City where he visited over the week end with his son, Gene RUey. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Johnson left Thursday for Paton, Iowa, where they will spend Christmas with Mr. Johnson's sister and family. Walter and Ed Zaugg and Mrs. Eli Schneider and daughter, Darlene. returned home from a visit with relatives at Elgin, Iowa, recently. The U. and I. club met with Mrs. Kevins Cuplin Monday afternoon. COLWELL BROS. Aucts. Graduate of Jones Nat'l. School Auctioneering, Chicago, 111. 21 years actual selling experience. We solicit a part of the business in this territory. H. M. Oolwell located first n'ace west of junction 1(19 and 18. Phone 20F12 40-U Bridge was played at three tables and Mrs. A. 3. Jensen won high score. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mertz and family of Ottosen moved Wednesday into the Mertz house vacated by the Roberts family. Mr. Mertz will buy stock here. Mr. and M?s. Warren Felton of RUngsted called at the Fred Coiner Doyle, who had been at their home Doyle, wh chad been at their home for two weeks, returned to his home here. H. F. Anderegg received word Saturday morning of the death of his brother in Houston. Texas. Mr. Anderegg had just returned from there Sunday morning. His brother visited him here this fall. The Past Matrons' club met at the Mrs. Eli Bourrett home Tuesday wRli a one o'clock luncheon in honor of Mrs. Lafe Hint-on. Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler and Mrs. Juliet Brown had charge of the entertainment. KOSSUTH FARMS AND FOLKS Ixnrfa Smith and Edward Allen. FKH Representatives Twenty Years Ago ws (Taken from the flies of the Upper Des Molnes-Republlcan for the weeks of Dec. 23 and 30,1914) A Christmas program had been held the evening of December 25th for the people of Algona. The Municipal Christmas tree on the court house lawn had been decorated with lights, tinsel, pop corn and cranberries, etc. A large crowd had attended although the cold was intense. They gathered in the court house and the interest shown had warranted another program next Christmas. • • • President C. T. Chubb of the Algona State Bank had mailed checks to the members of the Christmas Savings club. The club had been inaugurated the previous March and the bank had already begun the formation of their new club for the next year. • • • Homer and Elmer Kellcy and Paul Clement had built a motor sled. It was equipped with a four horse single cylinder gasoline engine and attained the speed of ten or twelve miles an hour going through the streets and a speed of twenty-five miles on the ice. It had drawn considerable attention. • » • Robert Vincent and II. D. Lehman of Hobart had seen a full grown wolf cross ahead of them just west of the Blackford bridge. Several had concluded to have a wolf hunt but the wolf had been headed toward a game reserve. • • • Members of the Tuesday Club had held a social meeting the previous Friday evening. Discussions had been heated and a bomb shell had been thrown by T. P. Harrington when he stated that treaties were only £O much paper and could be broken unless prepared with a superior armed force to • resist the breaking. Rev. Goddard had I responded vigorously with the argu- . ment that such an idea was absurd and the Nee* to Automobile Liability Insurance Our Automobile Insurance Protects You In Case You Get Hurt "" A MODERN AUTOMOBILE TRAVEL SERVICE Very reasonable rnUs. Complete protection Dwelling and Household Goodr Insurance Long Haul Trackers and Cargo Insurance Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates) Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonds—Beer Bonds Bonds written at our Algona office Our Poflcy Writing Connection* and Company Contract* Permit Us to Wrtto Your Insurance and Bonds a t the Very Lowest Rates Consistent with Reliable Service Brokerage Business Solicited Loans—Real Estate—Rentals—Investment* THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 55 C. R. LaBorre Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa State Bank 45-E. O. W. RECEPTION on a SINGLE Dial/ All that radio offers La the way of entertainment is now at your command — not only standard programs, but all the thrills and excitement of abort-wave broadcasts. As the very latest advancement in World-Wide Reception, Stewart-Warner presents Round-the-World Radios and the Magic Dial— a marvelous, single, all-wave tuning control that breaks down the barriers of Come in i ; . see how It works s s c hear what it does. ^too * JT. STEWART WARNER RADIO (By Ixmte Smith) Klans Daniels, who live* *bo«t three miles north of Lakota on a 160-acre farm owned by the Metropolitan Insurance Company, was feeling rather blue the other even- Ing when I was there. He had broken the drive shaft of his car and he said it took most of the money hn had been figuring on using for Christmas to get it fixed so drn't know a.s you can blame him for feeling that way. There'is n line tile block hog howse on this place with room for fifteen large pens, and I noticed Klaus had one of the pens full of calves, several pens full of hogs and all pens full of chickens. Nothing like making u.?e of a good building this cold weather. —o— Fred Vohonn who farms northeast of Bancroft was fencing off a yard ro stack his corn fodder in the other nf- ternoon and said that although a little out of season he had been getting along fine as there is very little frost in the ground. W. II. ntcklefs of Tilonha is a busy man these days which is proof that even though he did not get the sheriff's office this fall he intends to live for a couple of years anyway, and he says you will see him back in th? race again. Bill is naturally a lift!? disappointed In the primary, but as he says there's a difference between being beaten and being licked. Wm. gwyter, who Hvcs a short ways east and north of Titonka is one of community's many good farmers and his place and stock show good care. Mr. Swyter came to this country from Germany about ten years ago. During the war, he, with about five hundred other soldiers were captured by the French and held prisoner for two years under very trying conditions. —o— John Steenhard who lives finnth and west of Lakota. who. like most of thf farmers, has the work all done thi> Jnll. is enjoying the winter by taking care of the stock nnd during spare moments catching up on his reading of the several pood paper? which he subscribes for, and which of course, The Algona Upper Des Moines tops the H.M. —o— The L. C. Flatten family who live northwest of Bancroft, are enjoying their new house this winter and I find that Mother Hatten can make just as gocd apple pies in the new house as she did in the old one. —o— Most of the fanners and others over the county have their winter supply of meat stored away by this time but a man in Lakota was saved the trouble of cutting up the hog he had butchered the night before and left In a locked gamge to cool. &"me time during the night someone broke the lock and walked off with the meat. Although the thief was not caught he is under suspicion nnd will no doubt make a slip before long. TITONKANEWS Wrn. Helfner returned to his home in Victor, Montana, Tuesday, after spending ft week vMtlng with his daughter, Mrs. Oeo. Bonacher, his mother, Mrs. Emma Helfner, his sisters, Mrs. Ed Zwlefcl and family and Mrs. Oley Michaelson and family. Mrs. C. V. Pendergnst entertained the members of the Lark In bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. I. Trrpwwn won first prize. Mrs. H. C. Srhwoppr the low. Mrs. .1. K. nlrich received the travel r>ri7r. Mrs. H. A. French, Mrs. Pierre Sarlor and Mrs H. I. Torgersen were guests. A Joint, county mr>.'tinz of the Am- Tlonn lesion and it. 7 auxiliaries wns hoi-i ?' we.s'ry Tuesday pveninf. Those attending from Titonka were: Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray Bonacher, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bonacher, Mr. and Mrs. Miller Nel&cn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard French. Mr. nnd Mrs. Luke Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schcnck, Mrs. Sadie Denton and Alfred Oestcrrelchrr. Sioux City Monday on business, returning home Tuesday. The Hitter's .'on, George, accompanied them. Mrs. Perd Albright of Good Hope nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Albright and baby of Sexton were visitors Sunday nt the C. H. Potter home. Tlie L. H. Crawford family of Minneapolis came Saturday to the Crawford Bros, home and visited Sunday at the F. L. Miller home, returning home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Will Rimehev suffering nbout three weeks with infection In her fin- gt-r had the nail removed 10 days ago but. the member has to be dressed daily yet by a physician. A birthday party was enjoyed at thr C. H. Potter home Friday evening wi.li an oyster stew. Those present were Messrs, and Mesdames Tom Reid, A. It Wood, O. S. Moore, E. C. Potter, A. E. Clayton and Jean. August Berneau nnd Edith. The table decorations were a birthday cake made by Mrs. Berneau and candles. There was group singing and an exchange of gifts from a grab bag. one from each family having ft birthday this month. Shirley Radio & Electric Co cited Instances where the honor of nations had kept treaties intact without force for years. He also asserted that Uncle Sam's reputation for honor would cause him to be the chief mediator at the close of the war. NICK BORMANNS OBSERVE 45TH ANNIVERSARY All Nine Children and Their Families Present at Affair Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann were pleasantly surprised last Sunday when their entire family of nine children and their families arrived to help them celebrate their 45th wedding an- niviBrsary. Mr. and Mrs. Botmann are prominent south of Irvlngton farmers and are well known to the community. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest, Bormann of Irvington were present. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney and the C5ecrge Johnson attended ihe Seeley funeral at Whittemore last Saturday. Miss Kntherinc Schultz, teacher i:> school district No. 8 will entertain her pupils with a Christmas party Friday afternoon. » " 814' A large crowd attended the Christinas party of the Plum Creek Literary club held last Wednesday at the Perry Phillips home. O. L. Miller returned to his home east of Irvington last Sunday. O. L. is recuperating from an operation hu had recently at the Kossuth hospital. Miss Margaret Lease of Sioux City was a week end gite&t of her filend, Oeorga Anne Oelgel. She is a sophomore student at Morningside College. Jake Mao-sdnm and son. Arthur, Mrs. Burbank and daughter, Edna Belle and Mrs. Mary Harness were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield. Friends of Mrs. John Bockes will be glad to hear she is recovering nicely from her recent accident. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stumbo of Fort Dodge have been with her. Miss Florence Black of RJcli Point lias been engaged to as---1st a.s second Ceacher at the Sext?n school. Mi.« Black spent the summer in Colorado Bhe is ilie daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Black. Mr. and Mr.v Ralph Lag? were the gues'.s Sunday at the Elmer Nelson home at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Duryea, tin mother of Mrs. Lage, returned home with them from mi extended visit she has been, making with the NeUons. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Zentner of 111, visited friends and relatives here recently. Tile Zentner family lived for .some years wes>i of the Airline on one cf the Jim Stewart farms. At present ihey are visiting in Wlnnebajio, Minn. Their plans are to remain here during the winter months. Mrs. Sim Leigh returned to her home on Sunday alter a week's visit at the home of her mother, Mr.s. Chas. Magnusson who has not been in the be-'t of health recently. However, on Sunday, Mrs. Mugnusson was removed to the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Roy But- Oertleld, another daughter of Mrs. Magnusson and former Irvington resident, has aUo been a.;i stint; #Kh her care, but returned to her home in Minn about a week ago. LuVerne Lutheran Ladies' Aid Elects LuVerne: The Lutheran Ladles' Aid met last Thursday. The following officers were elected: president, Mrs. Will Moeding; vice president, Mrs. Charles Wolf; secretary, Mrs. J. L. Eustare; treasurer, Mrs. Wittenberg; Mrs. Fred Schneider, chairman of the birthday money fund. THEATRE CHATTER <*»a»»a»q'"^^ The holiday moving plctnre lineup at the Call Theatre looks like an all star, all American football lineup . . . there's stars aplenty from all types of comedy to the grand dramatic and emotional tpccles . . . The headliner this week, the leadoff picture, if you want to put it that way, is "Anne of Green Gables." Hailed as another "Little Women," will appear on the local screen, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week. • • • The Saturday picture U bawd on a transcontinental run of a new streamline train, and if it has nothing else, Che picture will be different. "The Silver Streak" is the title, and In addition. Manager Rice has booked a ftnge show as an added attraction. • * • Sunday, Ginger Roger* will be back in "Romance in Manhattan." Ginger could develop romance anywhere. She is co-starred with Francis Lederer, you lemember him in "Pursuit of Happiness, the young Hessian who learn- td how to bundle so admirably, only to get cnught at the job Stage show also. • • • Monday, 'Home on thr Range", with an all star cast, will be here for one day, and a special program of shorts has also been arranged. • • • "U'hUe Parade' 1 U the Xnu s day feature, starring Lorctia Young and John Bol&s. ThL, drama depicts the triala and tribulations of a student r.urse, who ministers to the sick and .••xmr, and lias a little forbidden excitement on the side. Two colored shorts iiio also on this excellent bill. • * • Bunk nltp next week will be Wed- iit-Mlay. with Svlviu Sidney and Gene liaymond in "Behold My Wile." Geiio nets mad at hi.s rich family and uoei we.-it. where lie marne. Sylvia, who i., tin Indian priniVbt. He brings IH.V home, but the llltle Indian provt-s to U- a social hit, not a flop, a> everyone ii.id expected. T. E. Harr attended the funeral of a sister near Marion, South Dakota, last week. L. A. nnd Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Potter and L. E. Martin attended a sale a'* Bancroft Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Potter were the ests Sunday at the Ulrich Dornbier home near Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gardener and' son, Donald of near Bancroft were visitors Sunday at the L. A. Potter home. Misses Inez, Gall and Jeanctte Pot r ter of Algona and F. Lonergan of Bancroft were visitors Sunday at the H. L. Potter home. B. F. and D. D. Sparks went to Farm Sale FRIDAY, DEC. 21—1 P. M. At my place two miles south of Titonka Jerry Schutjer And—they've the most wonderful Radio, besides the most wonderful line up of presents for the whole family at Gamble Stores. All the latest things— a second reduction in Toy Prices in their Final Clean-up Sale. $1.25 Lionel Train, 69c—Buck Rogers Pistol, 27c— 25 Xmas Cards, 17c. Up to $25 on your old radio on a new 10-tube Coronodo at $89.50. 52 Algona Flour & Feed Co. Retail price list. KK) Ibs. Bran $1.60 100 Ibs. Gray Shorts __$1.85 100 Ibs. Alfalfa Meal __$2.50 100 Ibs. Cotton Seed Meal $2.50 100 Ibs. Linseed Oil Meal $2.50 SO His. Calf Meal $240 25 Ibs. Calf Meal $1.25 100 IbH. Ames Minerals $2.25 100 Ibs. Hone Meal $2.50 50 Ibs. Cban-oal $2.00 100 Ibs. MoMJahi Kj™- Mash $2.50 100 Ibs. Limestone $1.50 100 Ibs. Tankage $2.50 KK) Ibs. Meat Scraps __$2.50 100 Ibs. pure Oyster Shells 85c 100 Ibs. Scratch drains $2-50 100 Ibs. Medium Salt __$1.15 100 Ibs. Stock Salt 70c 50 U.S. Block Salt 45c 100 His. Ihibhard Concentrate $2.75 ('an Old Ilickorv Snmkcd Salt - 90c Occident, Omar, and Jersey Cream Flours at special 1'rk-rn \Ve carry a full line of Cereals, iii- c'uding Buckwheat, Corn Meal, Wheat Craliain, Whole Wheat, Kye Flour, U>'e (inihiim, I'amuvke .Flour, a«d many other items you may nwd. We have Corn, OaK Wheat, Wild Hay, AlfaJfa Hay and Straw To you who have helped make our year a pleasant and more prosperous one we send our deep felt, thanks and a word of appreciation in this Christinas <jreetinjr. Kohlhaas & Spilles IV i- Itt-liver 1'lioiir, No. 25 HEY! STRAW! We are now able to pay Good Prices for Good Hay and Straw- If you have some to sell be sure and get in touch with us before you sell. McDonald & Co. Iowa State Bank Bldg. Phone 120 Plione 44 for Service ST. BENEDICT NEWS Mrs. N. H. Rabkopf was qune tx-n- ously UJ tlie pa-st week with a cold. . G. G. Studer and G. B. Ludwig, Jr., were at Bancroft Tuesday on business. Mrs. Wm. Weiner and family spenl Sunday afternoon at the George Grcm hjiue. Valerian Erdmanii. daughter ol I«lr. and Mrs. Herman Krdmann of ncai LuVtrnt is seriously Hi with pneumonia. Mi. s Lucil.'e Arndorft-r i> ill ai li'.-r home, suffering from a nervous disorder. Genevieva Arudorft-'i', her siiler. of Algona. is home heluiw can- lor her. Frank Grange-ia-It and John Preun- , chul will leave the wet-it end lor Ml!- | ivaukce, wiieie they will ;pi_nd tin.- holiday wi^li n l.ili'.c . l-'r^nk will llsit liis stteni and Julin, lit Lnovht-i ' llike and wile. ' Mr. and Miii. C.j. K. ArnuuiHr Wviv l:oit and ho^ii :i> to Sunday tanner at : Uleir home. Thu^e pri'icul were Mr and Mi'i,. A, B. VcnUehcr and i-unil. of near L>oa.ii, Mi';>. Ro.x- Ariiituiier i. nu family, Mr. and Mr.-,. Leu C. MiHe: aaid family of near Plum Creek, KU- KuhcUi Put'U and Mr and tiii A J ] Felir. I NEW FORD FOR 1935 Will Be on Our Display Floor December With all details ready for your information — Don't buy any car till after you've seen the NEW 1 935 FORD Kent Motor

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