The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1936 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 1, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Pec. 1,1936 North East» Kossuth Page A m Cl. JEl TTTOHKA WfiffiRfi THE BEST PICTURES PLAY AT THEIR BEST WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY, DEO 2-S "THE BIG BROADCAST OF 1937" with Jack Benny and east Selected Shorts FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, ONLY 10:00 a. m. Four Talking Pictures JOHN DEERE CENTENNIAL DAY FRIDAY-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4-5 Edmund Lowe, Gloria Stuart and Reginald Owen In "THE GIRL ON THE FRONT PAGE" Selected Shorts SUNDAY-MONDAY, DECEMBER 6-7 Sunday Matinee at 1:30 P. M. William Powell and Carole Lombard In "MY MAN GODFREY" Short subjects and News WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY, DEC. 9-10 Shirley Temple In "LITTLE MISS MARKER" WEATHERSTRIPS JUNIOR CLASS PLAY OFFERED AT LAKOTA HI Net $50 on Project; No Promptings In Two Hours Lakota: The junior play, "Miss Adventure", brought out a good crowd last week Tuesday evening, In spite of the severe wind and snow storm and they cleared about $50. Reports state the play was very well given and In the two hour performance no promptings were necessary. Miss Larson directed the play and Miss Templeton directed the music during the intermissions. Brothers' Barn Barns A. T. Buckets received word last week saying the large barn on the Farm occupied by his brother, Dan Buckets, near Ellsworth, burned ast week. The fire was first no- iced during the noon hour and had gained such headway nothing could ?e done to save it Beside the building, 35 tons of hay, 1,000 bushels of oats, five calves, harness and other Items were destroyed. A team and some harness they had on were all that was saved. It is not known how the fire started. Your DOORS And WINDOWS Let Us Quote Prices for Your Weatherstripping We have applied several jobs this fall and have men ready at all times to give you good service. Botsf or d Ltt £*r Phone 256 Co. Jim Pool, Mgr. Oo to Pocahontas Mr. and Mrs. I.rax O'Keefe left last week Tuesday for Pocahontas, where they will make their home for the winter. Max will operate a Royal 400 Oil Company truck from the bulk station located there, and will supply 11 towns. The young people have rented furnished rooms in Pocahontas and have set up housekeeping. They came home on Thursday and had dinner with the Oran O'Keefes returning to Pocahontas Friday morning. death of her brother's wife, Mrs. Melvin Awe of El Paso, Texas. Miss Awe was unable to attend the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. W..C. Hansen and daughters, Sophia Hansen and Ann Robinson, Forest Ctty and Richard Jensen, Marshalltown, were the Thanksgiving guests at the Dr. H. H. Murray home. Beth Hamnqulst who Is attending Morningslde College, and her brother, Dale, who is a senior at Lorimer, Iowa, came Wednesday and spent Thanksgiving and the week end with friends here. Mrs. J. H. Warburton entertained the Methodist Aid at her ncme, on Wednesday afternoon. Final plans for the bazaar which will be held Dec. 2, were completed. Mrs. Geilenfeldt will entertain the Aid Dec. 9. i Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams entertained the following at Thanksgiving dinner: Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Williams and Clara Beam, Fort Dodge, the Will Winters, Alden, and Marguerite Williams, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht nnd Mrs. Delia Smith entertained nt a family dinner Thursday with the following guests present. Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht, Emma, Lena. Charles and Ed Gutknecht Genevleve Breuer and Margaret Smith. Mrs. H. D. Mussman, Jr., went to Elmore Tuesday evening and helped her father, Mr. Kiester, celebrate his birthday Wednesday. Her husband, Harry, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman, Sr.. drove up Thursday for Thanksgiving dinner with the Klesters. Pick Winners In Preliminary Declam Lakota: The preliminary de- clnrrtfttory contest for the juniors was held at the school house last Wednesday 'afternoon. The Rev. Harvey Nelson, Mrs. A. C. Schisse! and Mrs. Archie Fedge acted as judges. Following are the winners: oratorical class, Billy Powers, first, and Harold Johnson, second; dramatic, Shirley Hansen, first and Betty Edwards, second; humorous, Bobby Beemer, first and Klevene Rlppentrop, second. The district declamatory contest will be held early In December. BEAD U. D. M. WANT ADS—IT PAYS The grade children are preparing a Christmas operetta to be put on about the third week in December. ' •«*»» Mrs. Own Xarr and chOdrati, of Elmore, Mian, ware ealten at tb» MOton Prlngle and Ona O*K**f« homes Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mallard of Haifa were Thanksgiving gnwta Of th» Oran O'Keetes. Mrs. Mallard ii Mrs. O'Keefe's mother. The Earl Grabaus entertained the following at Thanksgiving dinner, the Jess Stevens, and the Dar Murrays, all of Bonair, Iowa. Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, was 12 yeari old Saturday and a number of hei friends,cave her a surprise part} In bane at tb* event • The I. E. Wortmans, the Wade Balls and LuVerne Liesveld, Ernest Wortman and sons, Morris, and Gene Graham were Thanksgiving guests of the Jerry Ukenas. Helen Awe, local grade teacher, received word last week of the Paul Hertke of Lakota Is Groom Lakota: Maynard. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hertske east of Lakota and Clara Wirtjes, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Wirtjes. Granada, Minn., were married at the Lutheran parsonage at Lakota Thanksgiving day with the Rev. Boese officiating. Raymond Hertske, brother of the groom and his wife, 'Mrs. Perle Hertske, sister of the bride, were attendants. The young folks have rented the farm east of the groom's parents' farm, owned by the En"ltPble Life Insurance Co., and wffl farm it next year. The building* on this farm will be repaired and a new barn built Met Thanksgiving At Burt Homes Wesley Girl and Garner Man Wed Miss Gertrude O>Neil of Wesley became the bride of Maurice Roach of Garner at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley, Tuesday morning, Nov. 24, at eight o'clock. The Rev. A. J. Wagener read the nuptial Mass. The bride, who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. 3. O'Nell, wore a blue velvet gown and carried a prayer book. Her sister, Mary, was bridesmaid and wore a black velvet gown and also carried a prayer book. < The bridegroom la sod of Mr. and Mrs. John Roach of Garner and his brother, Charles, acted as best man. At noon a wedding dinner was served to 60 relatives and friends at the home of the bride's parents. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs John Roach and daughter, Theresa, Mr. and Mrs. David Roach, Mr and Mrs. Mike Roacht Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith and families o! Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Gll- ner, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Gilner and families of Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thul and family of Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Geddes and family of Hayfleld, Mrs. Elizabeth Forbes and daughter of Twin Lakes, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Flaherty and son of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. John Weig and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollner of Corwith. • After a short honeymoon trip, the couple will be at home in Garner. Mary Poppe, Lou NIU family, Howard Jensens, Paul NIU family and the Adolph Poppes. Miss Ruth James spent Thanks- giving at GrinneFl. Hie V. F. Barrett family spent their Thanksgiving -at the parental Raney home, Llvermore. Miss Stoffler, Miss Darles, Mi«s Verte, Mitt Randall and Mr. Granner and Mr. Laurltten spent their Thanksgiving at their parental homes. PUBLIC AUCTION 4 milefe north and 4 miles east of Algona, 8 miles southeast of Burt Monday, Dec. 7 Sale starts at 12:30 50 Head of Cattle 5O Twenty-five 900 Ib. steers, 5 lighter steers, 6 heifers, 5 cows. 1 bull and 8 calves. LEDYARD NEWS . Burt: Among the many Thanksgiving gatherings was one at the Charles Olson home at which the .J. G. McDonalds, R. F. Elvidges, Mrs. Maude Hanna, and Miss J Alice Eighme were guests. The .Clair Wlnkies entertained the L. H. Schencks, I. W. Hansens and Harold Haoswna. Th« Stanley •Blacks and Harriet Warda wan guests at the C. H. Schrader home. The Harold Stewarts were guests at the G. P. Hawcott home. Lawrence Misbach. Algona, was a guest at the N. I. Morn ess home. The 2. F. Whalens, Lakota, spent Thanksgiving at the L. A. Boettcher home. K,'U 'The Very Things I NEED" "What a joyous < "hristrnas when friends remember you with uifts that lighten daily tasks —<rifts that ean be used year after year with increased pleasure. Y»u will find our store full of beautiful, useful, praeti- <-al f. r ifis—tfii'ts everyone will appreciate. Pyrex Coffee Makers 6 tad i cup* with electric ktove 4.96 Without Stove $2.86 Electric Mixers One large bnd one tnuJl mix turn I 12.76 Waffle Irons full size grids Electric Irons Hot Point featherweight Hot Pads, 3 heat with upper removable cover 4.95 1.50 to 10.50 5.95 3.95 Percolator 9 cup, chrome plated Electric Heaters with cord Dexter Washers Electric 6.75 1.85 49.50 £S±L**2.9S to 6.50 Church Card Party There was another card party at the Sacred Heart church Monday night The door prize was won by Cornelia Kollasch, high score in bridge was won by Mrs. L. J. Mousel, How was won by Mrs. Wm. Flynn. High score in five hundred was won by Mrs. Leo Anderson, and low score was won by August Busch. Thanksgiving Goesta Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Alfred Zlelskes were: the Archie HlnderocJrer* of Radcliffe, the Richard Zlelskes, Joe Maynes and the Arthur Zielskes. Kohlhaas & Spilles Twin Boys Born To Hebron Folks Hebron: A pair of twin boys was Dorn to Mr. and Mn. Otis Mid- thune last Sunday morning, one was not as well as could be so the parents thought it best to have them baptized last Tuesday afternoon. Mra. Oscar Frandle and children spent last Monday at Blue Earth, Minn. The John Badjes entertained her father and sister, Hilda, for dinner on Thanksgiving. Mrs. Hannah Thompson was under the weather (or a few days the fore part of the week. James and Alvin Haugen of near Rake visited school at District No. 1 last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Jordal and son were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Thompson spent Thanksgiving at the home of her mother, Mra. George Shepardson. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hauskin spent last Wednesday at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin and two children autoed to Mc- Callsburg last Tuesday and returned that evening. Miss Evelyn Kennedy who teaches school in district No. 2, Hebron township, spent Thanksgiving with her folks at Sac City. Mrs. Oscar Frandle, Mrs. Joe Olson, Emma Olson and Mrs. C. Legried attended the South Blue Earth Aid meeting last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klepping of Forest City and Mm. C. Legried and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Oscar Frandle home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Thompson are spending a few days with relatives at Renwick and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Egesdahl received the news of a new grandson born to Mr. and Mrs. Ceylon Egesdahl last Wednesday morning at their home near Blue Earth. The LuUfUk supper held at Rake last Thursday evening was well attended. It was put oa by all the bachelors of the Zion church. A sum of $113.00 was taken in. Selmer Matheson and family and the John Badje family had a birthday party last Saturday evening for their two youngest children, whose birthdays were only a few days apart. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Heraldson and *on of Rembrandt and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hauskin of Blue Earth spent Thanksgiving at the Oscar Frandle and Adrian Hauskin homes and also attended th* Lute- fikk »upper at Rake. Howard Dyer was having dental work done at Elmore Friday. Mrs. Ed Halverson went to Algona Monday, where she served on the jury. George Hagge and L. W. Wiemer were business callers at Algona on Tuesday. The J. H. Welfares and D. A. Carpenter were business callers at the Twin Cities Tuesday. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Alfred Busch home were the Lawrence Brandts of Elmore. Those driving new cars are: L. W. Wiemer, a new Chevrolet and Fred Swartz, a new Ford V-8. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Curtis drove to Wisconsin Thursday, where they plan to visit Mr. Curtis' brother. The Glen Yahnkes entertained their parents, the Julius Jensens and the Yahnkes of Buffalo Center Thanksgiving. The Carlyle Frye family of Blue Earth and Geo. Hagge and Alice Hagge were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the John Frandles. The Archie Hinderocker family of Radcliffe came on Thursday to visit several days at the Richarc Zielske home. Mrs. Hinderocker and Mrs. Zielske are sisters. The Charles Fox family of Bancroft, Raymond Barslous anc Howard Mortons were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Del! Barslou home. The Jim Lloyds, Alvin Buschs John Mantheis, Mrs. Fred Busct and Lurene Lloyd were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Albert Kramersmeier home in Swea City Mrs. Ella Gelhaus and the Lawrence Maynes entertained the following guests at a Thanksgiving dinner: the Wm. Poppe's, Mrs Never in our history has such a great array ol Toya been gathered for Chrisuna*. Shop early and save at Gamble Stores. |2.&0 value Doll, |1.88—26-pUc« China Dinner Set, 79c—Piano, etc. SCHICK SHAVER This Happiest Shaver H* rite to • > clulr, doan'< Uk* 08 his ookt or collar, a dgaratts uul, ii a* wants, x*ad* a book T* U is grift* a QUICK, CLOSE SHAVE. Than is NO LATHEE to lass wttJj— no Ucial (oapusttca what•*•*• H* c*aa«t poMibfr cut e* but fctaMaH k* ta. 8b*wf ka» MO H^yPH. Hog into «a «fecMe sock* and abara Horses 1 bay mare, 18, wt. 1500; 1 brown horse, 18, wt. 1500; 25 Brown Leghorn Pullets 25 Farm Machinery 1 Red River Special steel thresher, 38x46, excellent condition; one 16-Inch Papec ensilage cutter; 1 high wheeled wagon and box; 1 wide tired low wagon; 1 steel wheeled wagon and box; one 10- ft. tandem disc; two 20-wheel discs; one 4-section drag with cart; 0 movable hog houses, various sizes; 1 John Deere G. P. tractor with power takeoff, in fine shape; 1 John Deere No 10 corn picker, equipped for power takeoff tractor; 1 long wheel base truck box; 1 trailer box; one 36-ft. steel elevator, complete; 1 horse power; one 14-inch gang plow; one 8-lnch feed grinder; 1 beet drill; one I 1 * horse engine; 2 manure spreaders. Black Hawk and John Deere; 3 single row cultivators; 1 straw stack; 2 pump jacks; 1 pile lumber; 1 baby carriage; 1 round dining table; 2 beds; 1 oil stove; blacksmith forge; tap and die set; forks, shovels, etc. One Straw Stack 10 bu. Golden King Seed Corn CARL ALBRIGHT Lou Matern, Auctioneer Wesley Exchange St. Bk, Olerk 'frffmfff{(fmjrafr***fr£mfmz*mr. MUM E. W. Usbjr, Drugs Boxed Kerchiefs 10c-20c-25c-49c Comb Brush Mirror Sets 25c-49c-$1.00 Tree Light Sets 8 lights 25cset Gift Wrapping 30 sheet rolls lOc Cellophane ribbon lOc Xmas Tags, Seals, Enclosure Cards, 5c pkg. Gold Star Marbled 25c- to $1.00 Toy Tea Sets Glass or Cblna 10c-25c-98c Tons of Fresh Candies lOe pound to 40c Ib. New Scarfs Wool or Silk 49c—79c Box Stationery 25c--49c Gift Pictures All new subjects 10c-25c-35c New Modern Xmas Cards Ic—3 for 5c—2 for Sc Books, all kinds for all ages 5cto98c Chiffon Hose First Quality Ringless 59c pair Rayon Pajamas $1.00 Tree Trimmings Tin**!, omamoats, icicles 5c-10c 6c to $1.00 CUMMING'S

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