The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1936 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 10,1986 LUVERNE LADIES Lutheran Aid, 3. 3. Olub Enjoyed Fine Turnouts Lu Verne: Thursday afternoon was the time for the meeting of two groups. of church women. The Lutheran Aid met at the church parlors with Mrs. Fred Lentt as hostess. Mrs. R. A. Stone entertained the Methodist Women's ttome Missionary sooiety at her home, the same afternoon. Mrs. Howard Phillips led the devotional period and Mrs. Peter Thompson had charge of the study program. The first two chapters of the study book, "The Negro In America", were reviewed by Mrs. John Brink. Mrs. V. V. Schuldt presented the plea for the thankoffering in a monologue on that subject Mrs. H. C. Allen told of the work of the home mission schools and Mrs. R. A. Stone led the enigmas. A handkerchief shower was given to Mrs. Harold Phillips, who is leaving soon to ' • • Mrs. piano RESULTS OF COUNTY ELECTION Auditor ««k Sheriff Recorder Co. AfPf Coroner make her home at Dowa. Phillips played a group of ... v — . r — s^los to conclude the program. Mrs. O. 8. Lund became a member of the society at this meeting. The. game Of bunco furnished entertainment for the members and guests of the J. J. club during the aoclal hour at the meeting of Mrs. Arthur Hanselman, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Carl Ooetsch won the price for winning the largest number of games and Mrs. Albert Hefti won low score prize. A chair prise went to Mrs. Edw. Dehnert. At the program preceding the social hour, memories of the first Armistice Day were given for roll call and Mrs. Chan. Wolfe read a paper on Flag Etiquette. Guests were Mrs. R. A. Stone, president of the county federation of clubs, Mrs. Qua Baessler, Mrs. Fred Steussy and Mrs. Charles Hanselman. Mrs. Wm. Wolto and Mrs. Wm. Marty entertained the Evangelical Algona, 1M Wd. Algona, 2nd ty'd Algona, 3rd Wd. Algona, 4tlvWM_ Buffalo Burt Cresco Bugle E. 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Asslst- Mlsslonary society at the home of Ing a lady through the traffic on a busy intersection he was an ace in missing all cars but a rider with full speed ahead on a bicycle crashed Into the aided one with sustain- the former on Wednesday afternoon. These women began the new study book, "Congo 1 Crosses", a foreign missionary book. Mrs. Fred Schmidt had charge of the social hour. A. D. BurtU Named A. D. Burtls was chosen to complete J. Lt. Eustlce's term as councilman at week. a council meeting last Mrs. Wllma Mosher spent several days last week with relatives in Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vaughn and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ramua, Jr., are now living In Des Molnes. The men are driving trucks for the Ramus Transfer Co. Mrs. Harry Lichty, Mrs. Wllma Mosher and Mrs. John Voss, Sr, will be hostesses to the LuVerne Cemetery Association at the city ball, Thursday, Nov. 12. A covered dish lunch will b« served. The Everett TbompMit*, Lake City, were recent guveU at the Allen and Peter Thompson ' homes. Mr. Thompson has been manager of the A. A P. store at Lake City for several years. This store has been moved Into a larger and more convenient building. • ed painful injuries resulting. Fans attending the Minnesota- Iowa football game witnessed the parade of bands In which the great r n rfi B iH Dane dog, mascot of the Iowa t ' amela Algona, 1st Ward 134 Algona, 2nd Ward 229 Algona, 3rd Ward 219| Algona, 4th Ward _„,. 150 Buffalo — - 268 Burt — - - - 212 fresco 147 Sagle - — 93 S. Lone Rock 51 Fentpn 15C team, took part. On the other end of the leash was Bob McCullough, an Algona student at Iowa. Bob had a task in holding the big fellow who strutted along like a drum major. Elisabeth Nugent Is a full-fiedg- ed democrat and don't mind telling the inquisitive one so. Just why her desk at the insurance office portrayed all the pictures and cards of republican candidates calls for an explanation. Fearinj a great landslide equal to that ol the Tuesday election Is perhaps the reason she turned down an op- portunli Ing Ion She Never Has Too Many SWEATERS She dote* on vivid colon or smart blaok ... but she dotes on Soft and warm, they're well-wishers of ChriBtma* cheer. SLIP-ONS $1.98 Brushed Wools! Fine Worsteds! Types to suit everyone TWINS $2.89 A small sum for a smart set of twins . . . and what a gift! JUST ARRIVED A shipment of 7 beautiful Hand Knit SWEATERS $2.98 A $3.95 Jtjr to. win a "coke" by Uk owa afld fifty points against Minnesota. Excellent judgment. • * • Algona wa« near egRtoe* In a recent survey of grocery stores. One place had no eggs the entire past week while a young mistress visited four other stores and could not buy an egg. If Kossuth county hens refuse to lay there is another way. A cargo of eggs could easily be shipped Into this country with the corn from Argentina provided It is done before the Great Lakes waterways freeze and the dock hands who have had an excellent living the last four years call off their greedy strike and go to work when they can get It. Of course, that would throw the egg gatherers on the farms out of work when the hens return to duty. • • • Five hunters scanned the skyways for the flight of wild ducks Sunday and found them. They sneaked; crawled, circled and stalked their way within gunshot of a I flock of geese resting on the open plowing. The barrage of fifteen shots from their plugged guns rout- Led the terrified geese. Three fell German 114 Grant 69 Greenwood 45! Harrison 239 Hebron — 85 Irvington 102 Lakota -- -- 207 Ledyard 109 Lincoln .' Lone Rock 7 Lotts Creek 20 Lu Verne 20 Plum Creek — T 16 Portland 14 Prairie - - 25 Ramsey 18 Riverdale — 21 Seneca ... fteiton 8 12 8 Sherman Springfield Swea Union _— 13 Wesley 26 Whittemore 41 312 468 306 25811 189 233 83 35 41 179 56 371 67 211 339 42 68 112 107 23 70 53 170 63 64 43 25 26 107 44 69 35 91 104 176 160 197 325 282 202 291 231 154 96 65 179 164 128 74 508 245 86 109 212 10 11 8 20 24 15 15 27 18 22 13 14 29 47 2421 347 213 184 163 208 7.4 32 22 140 36| 30! 66 172 329 33 56 lOll 971 18 55 40 122 45 62 30 16 16 92 29] 41 281 88| 83 147) 230 386 330 233 263 234 176 92 65 189 166 124 64 490 259 84 105 216 109 11 9 20 24 17 14 27 19 22 12 I li 8 8 15 31 47 221 328 207 182 190 221 66 52 29 132 42 40 78 190 328 49 62 122 123 31 51 40 125 53 63 35 25 21 100 5 3D 40 36 91 87 13!) 99 Totals 604 4472 | 675 3547 [ 697 3747 mortally wounded. A question in simple division arose as to the .spoils. It was made easier with an honest assertion from Bruce Eckhart. "I know I didn't hit any. The one I shot at kept right on flying." * * * W. R. Anderson, an Industrious youth of the Bell Telephone com-; pany, worked at Webster City before coming here. At that place he decided to take unto himself a wife. Plans for the marriage were set and the ceremony arranged for the evening. The bridegroom to be went to work as usual that day. Soon orders came for him to leave at once for a distant emergency fire call. He worried and fretted BAR FROCKS with short sleeves SLEEK for afternoon chic Show your elbows, it' you unbent on being brand new. Beautiful, colorful silks with bright trimmings will give you a lift that's nothing short of intoxicating. $3.99 to $8.00 and disliked to refuse or ask for a leave. Time for departure was postponed from hour to hour causing more and more grief. At last, near cxhaustlan, the good news came. He didn't have to go. Later Andy learned it had been a conspiracy, • • • The "Twenty Years Ago" column carried the football score, Algona 37, Mason City 0. The present day reader may think that a miracle. Algona was, In that day, to state football like Minnesota Is today In the national class. In 1916 Algona won an untied and undisputed high school football mythical championship. Five of those champions are met almost daily on the streets of Algona. They are still champions in business and life in gen-, era). Vic Lowe, captain of the team, Wen French, Matt Strelt, Raymond Irons and John Kain are gridiron heroes who remained in Algona among folks who cheered them 20 years ago and are proud of them today. • • • The Coffee Shop in sponsoring a team in the bowling league. Mr. Jacobs carefully selected his roster of stars. They are already at the top of the league with a firm determination to stay there. The title under which the team maneuvers is "Coffee Drinkers." A chuckle goea out every time those words are mentioned. Heckling: opponents rightfully augmented the title to "Black Coffee Drinkers," a nanie more appropriate and gleaned from minute scrutiny of the individual bowler. • • • Tomorrow, Armistice Day, is the final football game of the season. The team has advanced beyond expectations. It is playing great football; winning football. • The crowds have been increasing. There is plenty of room for more spectators. Football is on the way back. If you like a game with good old fashioned fight, it's here. The parading of the band is worth more than the price of admission. Be a booster. LONE BOOK NEWS ftypffly^ H. J. Rice has been on the sick list for the past week. Mrs. Emil Kraft was a caller at Fenton Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Emil Kraft had some dental work done at Burt Thursday morning. S. M. Gladstone attended a Presbytery meeting at Fort Dodge, on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended a hatchery meeting at Mason City Monday. Emma Krueger accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld to Fairmont. Monday. '• ON DISPLAY SATURDAY IN OUR SHOWROOM New Car For 1937 Don't Miss The Greatest Treat In The History Of The Ford Motor Co,, Next Saturday, November 14 A Few Things You 'II Marvel A t 60 Horsepower TWO V-8 MOTORS 85 Horsepower THIS MOTOR—Developed horsepower, 60, at 3500 r. p. m. Entirely new standard of fuel economy. Oil capacity, 4 quarts. Cooling system capacity 3.8 gallons. -Synchronized transmission, silent type helical gears for second and high. THIS MOTOR—Developed horsepower, 85 at 3800 r. p. m. Improved carburetor for greater economy. Oil capacity, 5 quarts. Cooling system capacity, 5.5 gallons. Synchronized, silent transmission at all speeds. A Ford engineering masterpiece. i And In All 1937 Models You'll Find NEW STREAMLINE DESIGNS NEW INTERIORS ALL STEEL BODIES NEW EASYxACTION BRAKES NEW LOW PRICE NEW LOW PRICE—The new 60 horsepower engine makes possible not only a car with lower operating costs—but the lowest Ford price in years. On Display Saturday, November 14 at the Kent Motor Co. ALGONA, IOWA

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