The Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Kov. 17,1936 North East * Kossuth Page WHEN WE ANNOUNCE A USED CAR SALE It's a Real Event! In Alfona buyers know that ire stand back of every state* •ent we make. So when we announce a nsed car sale yon know It Is a real sale with nany opportunities to save •oney on fine reconditioned •ars. LOOK AT THESE SPECIAL PRICES FOB THIS WEEK OJTLT New 1987 Chevrolet Coach DfMomnt 1986 V-8 Coach Radio and beater. SIXTY ATTEND BROTHERHOOD AT ELUS POINT Lakota Folks Present— Sam'l Warburton on Board of Directors Lakota: The Rev. Harvey Nelson and Samuel Warburton attended the Forest City group brotherhood meeting at Ellis Point last week Monday, which is the out point charge of the Thompson Methodist church with the Rev. Heddle as pastor, and 60 men attended the meeting. A delicious supper was served by the ladles of the church and a good program put on by the members of the brotherhood groups. Frank Thompson ol Thompson, was elected president for the year. Samuel Warburton A dandy »49S 1936 Chev. Standard 4-Door Sedan Black, clean. «MHM> mile*. we 1986 Plymouth DeLnxe Coach Bvltt la trunk, heater, gnnmetal 1476 1988 Chev. Master Coach Black New heater. 92M COME IN AND SEE how Lakota was elected one of directors. QUA Own 9c The Nick Koppens spent Thursday shopping in Algona. Edna Brooks from Algona is now assistant in Lenoa Baum's beauty shop. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rippentrop last Wednesday night. Peter Koppen, Sr., who lives in Lakota, was seriously ill at his home last week. The juniors plan to put on their play, "Miss Adventure" in the near future. Miss Larson is director. Otto Koppen recently had two ribs cracked and last week had one of his hands severely Injured. Olfert Rippentrop, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rippentrop, had one finger badly cut while sawing wood lost week. Mrs. Arend Hans and Mrs. Geo. Schroedcr were hostesses to the Lutheran Aid at the church last Wednesday. Little Roger Grabau celebrated hist 8lh birthday Thursday with a dinner party for a few friends and later they all attended the theatre. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Ernest Hoffman a week ago Friday. The Hoffmans live west of town and have three other children. The Methodist Aid held a family party at the church parlor, on Wednesday and about 40 were present. The room has recently >een cleaned and calsomined and he offering will go toward paying or the decroating. The next meet- ng will be with Mrs. J. H. War- lurton. The Methodist bazaar and supper will be held Dec. 2 at the church. MOTHERS'CHORUS AT HTONKA TO OFFER PROGRAM Buffalo P. T. A. Again to Sponsor Lunches for Children 1984 Cher. Master Coach Clean. Kxtra good. •409 1984 Cher. Standard Co»pe Radio and heater. M7S 1982 Cher. 4-Door Sedan 9896 1929 Roadster $76 1929 CheT. Coach $110 1929 Pontlac Coach $110 1928 Cher. Coach $76 1986 Cher. Track $496 1988 Cher. Track $826 and others coming In dally $6 Cars to Choose From. Ho ea»h down If yonr present ear eoren down paynevt MAXWELL MOTORS CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Sales and Serrlee Algona . . . Iowa W«toh oar ipatlesily clean, unitary •ad efficient Counter Freezer in action. You'll think "Thii ice cream mutt be food". When you titte it, you'll know it it. You'll love it—and no wonder I We make it onrielvei, Ireth daily, to (Ire yon smoother, richer, finer tatting ice cream. Here ere ill the fUvon you've •hrayt liked. And §omo new onei you'll rarely wont to try. lee cretin*, Sherbeti, leei. In pint* end quart* to take home. Big fenerout tice eonei •nd sundiet and *odu that will give you • new idea of what !ee cream really onfht to be like. Come in today and try tome of thU BMW ttyle tea cream which we nuke from par* flncet qoality iniredienti. Than talc* com* borne to amprita and thrill your family. Titonka: The regular monthly meeting of the Buffalo Consolidated school was held last week Monday at eight o'clock in the auditorium of the public school building with the American Legion Auxiliary cooperating in observance of National Education. Book and Art programs. The P. T. A. will sponsor hot lunches as in the past. The Mother Singer chorus has been reorganized and will sing at the Dec ember meeting. The unit also voted to take cnnrge of the Christmas Seal sale. The program was as follows: the band played four numbers. A. J Steffy, Northwest Regional Supervisor of the department of Education gave a talk on the unit theme "Successful Family Living Through Cooperation"; Miss Mabel Tutton gave a paper, "Art in Our Schools"; Mrs. Carl F. Callies, iano solo. Coffee and sandwiches were served during the social hour. n response to holding a cup show- r, all attending brought cups. The teachers served the lunch. Last Rites For August Schram T1TONKA SCHOOL BAND PLANNED Titonka: Funeral services for August Schram, who passed away at the University of Iowa hospital, Nov. 6, were held on Monday of last week, with the Rev. Allen Wood of Good Hope and Rev. W. L. Patterson and Rev. C. B. Mitchell in charge, at Dayton, Iowa. Mr. Schram had been ill about two weeks. He wns born November 13, 1864, in Chicago. He had moved to Titonka in the spring of 1!«4. He originally came to Kossuth county in 1893. Children surviving are Mrs. Julin Reynolds and Will of Titonka, and Ferdie W. of Corvallis, Montana. For 40 years Mr. Schram was a member of the Methodist church. He held church offices, and was president for about 20 years of the Titonka cooperative creamery, and also a director of the First National Bank under E. B. Soper of Emmetsburg. Mothers Elect Officers to Assist; 40 Pupils in Band Titonkn: A group of mothers met at the school house Tuesday even- Ing for the purpose of organizing the Band Mothers. The follow-in;,' were elected to office: Mrs. Luther Miller, president; Mrs. Klmcr Peterson, vice president; Mrs. Mnry Oestorrecihor, secretary; Mrs. Leonard Callies. treasurer. Mrs. R. L. Krantz acted as temporary chairman; Superintendent Hoon as secretary. Mrs. Klmcr Peterson, Mrs. Harry Bred and Mrs. Win Batt were appointed to the membership committee. Mrs. R. C. Ball and Mrs. H. A. French make up the committee to see about the band suits. About 40 pupils are members of the band with about 18 being beginners. All who are Interested in the project are asked to join. The first meeting will be 7:30 Monday evening, December 7th at the public school building. Obsrrvr Armistice PUBLIC SALE Thursday, Nov. 19 Thp Sexton public school nnd fuel homo will be sold nt puMic auction to t!ic liifclirst bidder, nt 1:3(1 p. m. P,v Order of Sohool Board. 45-ifi* ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington .1. D. Lowe HARRINOTON A LOWE Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldff. ALGONA, IOWA LEDYARD BAND STUDENTS GIVEN CAPES FOR MERIT Ledyard: The right to wear the school band cape Is earned by having been awarded so many merits. The following students are entitled to wear the capes: Henrietta O'Keefe. Doris Welfare, Alvira Hnl- verson, Ruth Estle. Arlowe Blome, Edith Logan, Evelyn Mayne, Pearl Laabs, Connie Garry, DeVere Srnlth. MaHor'e Maver, Howan Klinkslek, Knthl«en Rcece. Mervin Spechman, Cleo Gable, Vernon Dor sey, Marcus T.an<rerm*n, Kenn»th Hassebrock. Mnrvel Ha'verson, Na dine, Hani. Billy McDonald and Marjorie Gable. Seniors Have Pictures Taken Thursday the seniors went to Al gona to have their pictures taken L W. Lusby, Drags TAKE HOME OUR FRESH FROZEN ICE CREAM TODAY HIDES & FUR The Pur Season is now open. Prices are higher this year and we have a big demand. Get Our Prices on Fur Joe Greenberg Phone 118 and In the afternoon attended matinee as guest* of Will Brown the photographer. There are elev en seniors, namely: Ellwood Green FMIth Lo«"nn. Cleo Gabel. Murle Reecc, Doris Welfare, Evelyn Mayne, Henrietta O'Keefe. Erna i Schwartz. Marvel Drew. Pearl Haag and Gertrude Darnell. 4-H Club Forms In Buffalo Twp. Titonka: On November 2nd the boys' 4-H calf club organization was perfected. The following offic- rs were elected: president. Earl I Armistice Day was observed in a wiefel; vice president, Edgar Rip- 1 fitting manner Wednesday under Wlclcl i Viv;c wi coi*j««n.( «JMS3«*» »•••-• ..- - entrop; secretary-treasurer, Glen I the auspices of the American Le- Miller; historian, Eugene Ander-,glon and Auxllmry. At 10:20 the on; reporter, Merle Miller. Mar- ; colors met the school children and ,n Bleich was reelected club lead- All of the teachers returned on >aturday evening from Des Moines fter attending the State Teachers' meeting in session Friday and Sat- rday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pettlt and ons, Robert and Virgil of Des Moines were Saturday evening and iunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Denton. Rev. and Mrs. Allen M. Wood were dinner guests of Mrs. Franks Budlong Monday. The Woods attended the August Schram fun- ral Monday morning. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball entertained guests from Monroe, Wls. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whitcomb and the doctor's mother, Mrs. Emma Ball. Friday until Sunday. Mrs. Kloppen of Regma, Saskatchewan. jCanada, is a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. V. Pen dergast and husband. Mrs. Klop pen expects to remain until Christ mas. Mr. and Mrs. Ben U. Meyer an* daughter, Marjorie, drove to Sioux Falls Saturday, returning late Sunday evening, after visiting wit Rev. Haken and wife, Mrs. Meyer 1 father, before he left for San Dieg to spend the winter. r. The organization has eleven members. The next meeting will e Monday, December 7th, at eight 'clock. Anyone interested Is invit- d to- attend. Hebron Twp News Adrian Hauskin helped Lloyd Loge shell corn last Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Hesseldahl spent Tuesday at the Conrad Hesseldahl tome. Oscar Frandle and Burnlld Le- grieu snreuueu corn for E.U Miner nst Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Monson and baby spent last Friday night at the Oscar Frandles. Quite a number from this locality attended the chicken dinner escorted them to the Tyke Theatre, he school band leading. The band, seated on the stage, played four selections. Commander Luther Miller presided. The invocation was given by Rev. Patterson, pas;or of the Methodist Episcopal church. Commander Miller made some very interesting remarks. Emery Stuart sang the Recessional, liev. Patterson gave the address and the band played another selection nnd Rev. Patterson pave the benediction. Dr. R. C. Ball Grandpa Born to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop of Lakota at the Dr. Dolmage hospital In Buffalo Center, Saturday morning, Nov. 4th, a baby girl. Mrs. Rippentrop was Barbara Ball before her marriage. Dr. and Mrs. Ball and daughter Patty drove to Buffalo Center Saturday afternoon to make the acquaintance of their first grand- TOWN LOANS To buy. build, improve and refinance. Borrow on our new ( low monthly reduction cost i plan. Long term loans. Nev- | er have to be renewed. Interest, taxes and principal included In each small monthly payment. Your best loan for obtaining a home. Invest in Our Savings Shares Savings accounts in any amount can be started at any time. Never paid less than 4%. SAFKTY OF YOUR INVKST- MENT INSURED UP TO I 95,000 Algona Federal Savings &. Loan Association 206 East State St. C. R. LnBarre, Sec'y 44 EOW -tf 3. I* BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. Qt ARTON II. W. MUAJER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Co. Savings Bk. Bldfr. Office Phone 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. HtJTCHISON DONALD C. HUTCHISON THEODORE C. HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 281 E. J. VAN NESS-fl. W. 8TILL.MAN LAWYERS Office* in new Heine Building Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Qulnby Building Algona, Iowa Phone 88 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Qulnby Bldg. Phone 186 ALOONA, IOWA Flmt Baaketball Game* The basketball team* played their first games Tuesday night at Thompson and both teams were victorious. The boys won 24 to 14 and the girls 25 to 22. The following boys played. Glen Lloyd, Arlowe Blome, Ellwood Green, Maynard Warner. Duane Thomnnon and Harm Drew. For the girl*, Alvira Halveraon, Marlorle Bi^n** •>nd Geneva Gelhaua were guards, Marvel Drew, Lurene Lloyd and Henrietta O'Keefe were forwards, and Ruth Estle and Evelyn Mayne were substitutes. The Grant M. E. Aid met with Mr»- Roy Mlno Wednesday. The King's Heralds met Tuesday evening with Phyllis Strand. Edward Lloyd was not so well Monday and Dr. Egan was called. The L. W. and W. E. Wlemera were at Mankuto Wednesday evening. The Alfred Zielskea. Joe Mayne and James were at Fairmont on Monday. Henrietta O'Keefe and Evelyn Mayne were at Bancroft Thursday after school. Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Peggy were at Elmore Wednesday. Beenken Reunion Held Last Week Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Beenken had as their guests over the week end, Harm Snapp and daughter, Ida of Forreston, 111. Mr. and Mr». John Snapp and Albert Snapp of Freeport, III. Sunday evening the local relatives held a reunion with about 21 being present. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Knutson, Mr. and Mrs. John Lund and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Enerox all of near Swea City, were all day Sunday guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Knutson, who live north of town. The county Christian Education convention was held at the Presbyterian church, Friday, Nov. 13, with about 40 present. A splendid program and work reports were given. The state worker, Mr. Hutton was present to help with the work. Mesdumes J. H. Warburton, Samuel Warburton, Lakota, and V. G. Torine entertained a few friends at the Samuel Warburton home last week Tuesday evening in honor of their aunt, Mrs. Nannie Simpkina who IN visiting here from Glenburn North Dakota. The evening was spent visiting and playing game* The Presbyterian church put on their bazaar and chicken supper at NO FADING No Shrinking No Odor! It went to the cleaners like a rainbow—It came back like a cloud. Just another one of the evils of old- fashioned cleaning. Cheer up! BAND BOX clean ng —the new perfect method — ends every cleaning worry. Every garment we clean is returned to you In perfect condition. That's a guarantee! And they're cleaned better; they stay clean longer; there's never a lost button or buckle; they're safe from every kind of damage; they get back to you on time. One trial-any kind of garment or any kind of material—will prove our words. Just call phone 267. Kirsch Laundry and Dry Cleaners Saperl»tlv« Dry dewing Service. Wednesday. I uieir oauuir aim >.u«.i»*u --,.*"•. — , John Paueraon and Helen U church Parlors, Thu^ay after- visited the former's daughter, Le- ' ona at Lakota Tuesday. The skating rink has been taken down this week and the tent and and bazaar at Rake Armistice Day. Mr. and Mrs. Selmcr Mataon and family spent last Sunday at the Henry BoeUchcr home near Crys tal Lake. Mrs. Rufus Thompson was on the sick list last week. Rufus' cousin has been assisting her with the house work. J£r. and Mra. Oscar Frandle and family attended a surprise party on jwr. unu Airs. Oscar oegned near ttrieeiyn lust Sunday. Mrs. John Budjc and Mrs. Oscar Krundle attended the American Legion Auxiliary meeting at the home of Mrs. Ida Doege last Thursday. HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 200 P. A. DAN8ON ATTORNEY AT LAW . Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 316 ALGONA, IOWA _ You can t unroll carpets before her every step but you can J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Linnan SULLIVAN, M*MAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA child. Rnm.Hey Church Bazaar The Ladles Aid of the Ramsey Reformed church will hold their annual bazaar ami supper Thursday evening, Nov. 19th. The ladies will start serving supper at 5:30 nnd the sale of the bazaar goods will be held at the same time. The public U cordially Invited to attend. Olsons of Fenton In Family Reunion Fenton: On Sunday, Nov. 1st, a family gathering was held at the Sam Olson home in honor of the Olsons' sons and wives: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olson of Marcon, Idaho. Other guesta were Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Cody, Mr. and Mrs. Kalmer Cody of Ringsted, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olson and Mr. and Mra. Sigred Olson and families of Seneca and Mr. and Airs. Bertel Berkland and family of Fenton. Another Complete $2.00 Novel—"While the Patient Slept" by AUgnon G. Kberhart—in Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Kxamlner. A Mystery Story that Will Keep You Spellbound From Start to Finish. Mrs. Rasmus Hansen has been confined to her bed the past weelt J. F. Fisher attended n district meeting of the International Harvester dealers at Mason City Tuesday. The Women's Home Missionary society met Tuesday evening at the M. E. church basement with Mrs. Bernard Thompson as hostess. Miss Edith Budlong came on Tuesday evening from Hampton to spend Armistice day visiting her mother, Mrs. Frances Budlong. FRE£f\o sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS <: HYPERACIDITY WiUards Messaqeof Relief' PRICELESS INFORMATION for thow ?uffcrtnz from STOMACH OR UfODLNAI ULCERS. DUE ta HVPHI- ACIDITY-POOB DIGESTION. ACII> OYSPLfSIA. SOUR STOMACH, OASSI- NESS HKARTBUHN. CONSTIPATION. DAI> DHtATII. SI.EEPLKSSNESS OR HEADACHES DUE TO EXCESS ACIU Hipbuni the marveloui WUlard Irtat- rmmt wliicb l> brineioK amaiiog relii-l. Sold on 15 day* trial. A. H. ItORCIIARDT 44-49' BROWNjUJ AIR/STEP Shoes with »he "mos'ic sole" that turns hard sidewalks into soft carpets wherever she goes CARROL A. WANDER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Postofflce Phone 65 PHYSICIANS Si SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone S20 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYEB, ML S>. SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 ifirilliny ilioti v.hoif Join!, soles conceal an acrolastu filler that absorbs every ioli and |ar Exceedingly smu' r .tyles lot every occasion BrownellShoeCo. Mr». rt. .1 TliiHscn. Algona. npi'nt lust week Tuesday to Friday with her .sister, Mrs. George Goetz. IT. D, M. WJJW floor stored in J. J. Rink's barn. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus is having new cement walks and steps put in in front of her home. Leon Worden's men are doing the work. Jesse UnderkoEer of Britt was here Monday on business. He has sold his drug store at Britt and is moving back here this week. Mrs. R. R. Holly and a friend, both from Fort Dodge. Mrs. HazeJ Jenks of Bancroft visited the ladles' father, Oliver Marquis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer toi.li their cousin, Caroline Synder to Algona Wednesday morning and from there she went to Iowa Fulls to visit her brother. The Methodist Aid met at the church basement Thursday afternoon with a covered dish luncheon. Plans for the bazaar were made and committees appointed. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter left Friday for Oelwein where they will visit friends a few days an J then go on to Olin, where they will visit Mrs. Carpenter's parents. Jo Ann, 6 montb.s old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schadendorf was quite ill tilt early part of the week and waa taken to Dr. Egan, Bond-off, for treatment for an infection on her log. The doctor thought it was caused from her teeth. She is now much Improved. Friends here received wedding announcements of the marriage of Minerva Rich and John Gamble on Saturday, Nov. 7, at Fairmont, Minn. Minerva U the daughter of Mrs. B. G. Rich now of Fairmont but (or many year* rea'dtnt of thi*< place. Th« young couple will be at home in Fairmont. vent and a large a Ttended the sale ana chick- There was an apron and fancy work booth, candy booth, lish pond, etc. Around $114 were taken in as a total, J60 for supper and the rest from the other departments. The Rev. Ahrenda and family who are in charge of the Presbyterian church in Lone Rock, attended. The Rev. Ahrends was at one time pastor of the local church when he graduated from the University of Dubuque. He has sptnt many years in Texas. TITONKA NEWS Mrs. Pierre Sartor was ho&tesa to the Thursday luncheon and bridge party. Mrs. C. V. Pendergast made high score, and Mrs. R. C. Bull, low. Mrs. Lottie Koppen of Rtgma, Canada, was u guest. Ou Tuesday evening at the Miller Nelson home a 6:30 dinner and bridge farewell party wa* given Mr. and Mrs. Eurl Stott by the members of their bridge club. The Stotts expect to leave Nov. 15th. Mrs. Will Boyken, Mrs. Marie Soatholf and Mrs. John Scbroeder were hostesses to the Lutheran Uadiea' Aid at the church basement Thursday. A very nice lunch was .lervuil and was well patronized by the public. Mrs. L. L. Leoiing, past of the Rebektth Assembly of Iowa, accompanied her husband, who is ptt»t grand master of the I. O. O. F. of Iowa, to Titonka Friday and wag a caller at the J. F. Fisher on -VIR6IN Gasoline MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 DR. C. C. HJIIEBK . Chiropodist—Podiatrist FOOT SPECIALIST Over Christensen's Store Phone 200 Algona OSTEOPATHS DR. a W. MEYER Oateopathic Physician General Practice Special attention given to non- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 187 DENTISTS DR. U. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas, Novoculne used for extraction Located over Chriatensen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 AIA3ONA. IOWA DR. C. D. BCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa UEO. D. WALRATH. D. D. a GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Poatoffice Block Phone 20 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS FOX Si WINKEL Dr. U W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Res. 475-R ALGONA, IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large .shipment of ream packages <.i<X) sheets) which sell for 60c for 500 sheets This is a good grade bond paper anil will make an ex- rellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines The'Carbon J^aper That Gives Satisfaction Inquire at A. U. 0. M. office.
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