The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1936 · Page 3
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MASONS, 0. E. S. ATBURTPICK NEWOFFICERS B. 0. Dremmel, Mrs. An na Vinaas Named to Lead Lodges Bnrfc: The following are the new- iy elected officers of Kossuth lodge, No. B«, A. F. A A. M.: R. cl Dremmel, W. M.; Dr. R. H. Thompson, S. W.; S. E. Straley, Penton, J - W-: G. P. Hawcott, secretary, and C. C. Smith, treasurer At the regular meeting of Kossuth chapter, No. 201, O. B. S. last Tuesday evening the following officers were elected: Mrs. Anna Vin- aas, W. M.; J. P. Trunkhlll, W. P.? Lulu Hawcott, A. M.; Walter Sorensen, A. P.; Mrs. Ethel Dremmel, Cond.; Mrs. P. F. Kriethe, Asso. Cond.; Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, secretary; Mrs. B. R Paine, treasurer. A Joint Installation with Kossuth lodge, No. 540, A. F. & A. M., is planned for early in January. County Legion Session The monthly County Legion and The Algoaa tfg^et Des Koines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 15,1936 HOLIDfly IPS They're here! The biggest travel bargain* of the year! Ride to holiday good times this comfortable, depend* able way and pocket the difference that these cut fares save you. Auxiliary meeting win be held in Burt Wednesday evening, Dec. 16. There will be special speakers and a program, followed by a lunch served by the Auxiliary and a dance. Red Cross Unit At a meeting at the C. C. Smith home last week Monday evening a Red Cross chapter was organized A previous attempt to organize failed because no one attended the meeting. Lurena Weasel was elected chairman; Mrs. C. C. Smith vice chairman; Mrs. C. C. Smith secretary; ana Mrs. M. M. Chlp- man, treasurer.. Broken Leg Mrs. Verne Rfebhoff broke her leg Thursday, when she stumbled over the dog, which came to meet her when she went out on the porch. Mrs. John Rlebhoff, Algona, is caring for her. "68" Club About thirty men enjoyed a card party In the Legion hall last Tuesday evening under the sponsorship of the "68" club, a group of men who are in the habit of playing cards at the McDonald lumber office. Sixty-six is an old German game popular with local card players and was played at five tables. A Dutch lunch was served at the close of the evening, which was considered a great success by those present. Go To EsthervtUe The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Doras accompanied a group of young people to Esthervllle last Tuesday evening, where they attended the golden jubilee of the Christian Endeavor. Mrs. Earl Miller, John and Maybeline Miller, Ruth Thompson, Mary Ann Smith, Sarah Schroedei*. Naomi Scott, Wilfred Woltz and Dick Brayton attended. Remove Leg Bone Mrs. Lewis Larsen was taken to the Kossuth hospital, where she submitted to an operation on her leg. Her trouble was caused by a fall several weeks ago. A section of the bone was removed. Woman's Club Met The Woman's club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Enos Wrede. Mrs. F. L. Pratt was assistant hostess. The program Included roll call, Christmas Suggestions and further study of "The Next Hundred Years" by Furnas. Mrs. W. A. Peters took up the chapters on "Agriculture and American Life" and Charlotte Warrior discussed the chapters on "Engineering." Lydla Mansmlth started working at the Lewis Scott home Saturday. Mr. Classen, an attorney from r ROUND TRIP FORT DODGE -91.96 BOONE DEB KOINES ..94.20 OTTUMWA — 96.90 OMAHA 96.10 DENVER 919.60 SALT LAKE .928.60 CHEYENNE _ 919.60 Hundreds of other fares cut. Reductions effective Dec. 1-Jan. 1 inclusive. 30 day return limit. BUS DEPOT ALGONA HOTEL PHONE 263 IIITERSTRTE TRnnsiT lines TOWN LOANS To buy, build, Improve and refinance. Borrow on our new low monthly reduction cost plan. Long term loans. Never have to be renewed. Interest, taxes and principal Included in each small monthly payment Your beit loan for obtaining; ft bom*. v ,, : . Invest tn'Our Saving* Sharoi Savings accounts In any amount can be started at any time. Never paid less than 4%. SAFETY OP YOUR INVESTMENT INSURED UP TO $3,000 Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association 206 East State St. C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y 44 EOW -tf /7f£f/\o sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS < 0 HYPERACIDITY Will.irds PRICELESS INFORMATION for thow infferini from STOMACH Oft DUODENAL ULCERS, DUE TO HYPERACIDITY-POOR DIGESTION. ACID DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, OASSI- NESS. HEARTBURN, CONSTIPATION, BAD BREATH. SLEEPLESSNESS OR HEAOACKEI. DUB TO EXCESS ACID. KxpUln* tht nuuvdoiM VHUard Tnat- m*nt which U brinidnj uauUl nttef. Sold OB H doy* trial. A. H. BORCBARDT t 44-49' ^ Brighten Up The Inside Of Your Home For Winter You are going into a long and perhaps a cold winter. Your family will spend much time inside. i Make the home more attractive to them and to their friends, as well as to yourself, by Giving The Inside Woodwork A New Dress Of Paint A warm, cheerful color in each room will do wonders in making the home a more cheerful and inviting place for long winter evenings. Perhaps you can do the job yourself, or if you prefer, we will recommend a good fainter. In any event, the paint isn't going to cost you much. The result will be worth much more than the cost of the entire job. Let us show you colors and help you select good combinations. Get This Done Before Christmas F. S. Norton & Son 3«ottM Iowa MQfllflWflfliVlft^ ' V V "i'i"i" * WWWWVVU Coming to the Call Theatre, Algona Joe E. Brown In "Polo Joe" will be shown here Dec. 19-20-21 Iowa City, visited Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle Thursday. Mrs. Martin Grlese and Mrs. Mary Dundas attended a funeral at Armstrong a week ago Sunday. Carl Kueok, who has been working at the H. V. Jones farm, will move onto the Kueck farm next week. Mrs. W. E. Brace wenMo Fenton Thursday to spend two or three days with her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Straley. Mr. and Mrs. George' Graham, Titonka, came Wednesday to spend a week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Roy Clark. • Mrs. Charles Barrett, San born, spent a few days last week at the C. I. Mansmith home. The Barretts lived in Burt at one time some years ago. LaVonne Griese, one of the Infantile paralysis victims, was taken to Iowa City in the state ambulance for treatment at the Unlv- erslty^ hospital. Sarah Schroeder attended a Mothers' and Daughters' banquet at Fenton Thursday evening. She went as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. John Hartman. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder returned Wednesday from Atch- son, Kansas, where they had spent a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Kenning. E. A. Illff went to Des Motnes Friday to attend a meeting of educational advisors of Iowa's CCC camps. Mr. Illff U connected with the Bancroft CCC camp. Jennie Thompson left the first of the week from Ames, leaving from there with her niece and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Clement, for a month's vacation trip to Florida and other southern points. The Fldells Sunday School class entertained the husbands and friends of Its members at a Christma* party at the home of Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Wessel Wednesday evening. Various stunts and games comprised the evening's entertainment. Mr.vand Mrs. Lloyd H. Schenck, Mrs. Maude M. Hanna, and Miss Luella Blelch attended a Christmas party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich, Lone Rock, Thursday evening. Rural Carriers entertained the postmasters of Kossuth county. Forty-three attended. A large crowd attended the first P. T. .A meeting of the year, which was held in the new school aud- torium Thursday evening. A Christmas program was presented iy the various musical organizations and the children of the grades. The program was excellent. Mrs. N. I. Morness went to Chicago Thursday evening, where she spent Friday with her daughter, Margaret and Helen Schrader, who went to Chicago Wednesday ivenlng and were, spending two or hree days there on their way to Flockledge, Fla., where they have work at a winter resort. New Hardware Store Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Root have secured rooms at the Jack Studer lome. Mr. Root is opening a hardware store In the west half of the htunz building, where the John Amesbury hardware store was located. John Amesbury will assist rfr. Root during the winter, and Mr. and Mrs. Amesbury have re- urned from Nora Springs, and engaged rooms at the Frank Wellik home. Study Club Meets The Study club met with Mrs. A. A. Leaae last Thursday. The gen- l subject was "Wisconsin", and •Irs. Lease reviewed Edna Ferber's look, "Come and Get It", the scene of which is laid in Wisconsin, and which deals with early years lit that state. The club sent its annual contribution to the Iowa Children's home. A Christmas party will be held December 22. Ill With Pneumonia Mrs. Christian Peters, wife of a north of Wesley farmer, is serious- y sick with pneumonia. Mrs. Gladys Carey, sister of Mrs. Charles tCraus, is nursing Mrs. Peters. Mrs. Dawson and Mrs. Aldricb will entertain the Thursday afternoon bridge club this week. MX. and Mrs. Guy C_. Giddings, Burt, were eupper and evening guests of Guy's brother, A. E. Gidding*, last week Wednesday. The Thursday bridge club met with Mr*. L. L. Lease last Thursday. Mrs. Halvor Flom, Jr., won high and Mr«. C. W. Goslln, travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cook, who >ad been here for some week*, left iMt Thursday, and will visit their parent* at Renwlck and Green Mountain. Fred Ostercsatp. Britt, nephew n Herman, Wesley, accompanied by his father. John, went to Rochester early this week, sod expects to h»ve e, note-throat operation p*r*«ra«4. Pauline, daughter of Mrs. K*th- erlne Hildman, and sister of Ed, Matt, and George, started for San Diego, California, last week Tuesday. She will keep house there for her brother, Charles. The Mesdamea Milton Giddings, Lawrence Hansen, Theron Hansen and Gerald Cook attended a meet- Ing of the Embroidery club at the home of Mrs. Homer Anderson, Algona, last week Tuesday. Mrs. Wm. Hutchison and the family of her son, Ernest, of north and west of Wesley, respectively, have exchanged residences for the winter. The senior Mrs. Hutchison moved last week Tuesday. Ernest operates the Wesley dray line. Mrs. August Studer returned early last week from Mercy hospital Mason City, where she had submitted to a serious operation. While she was there, the Study club presented her a handsome plant In bloom, furnished by a local greenhouse. A follow-up meeting of the farm bureau of Orthel, District No. 4 will be held at the home of Mrs! Lester Larsen this week, probably Tuesday. Mrs. John Smith Is leader, and the subject is "A Balanced Meal." The Mesdames Herman Ostercamp and Henry Funnemark will serve. Mrs. Lucille Hopkins, who was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, B week ago, has written friends that she will remain two weeks longer. She Is suffering from a serious head infection. Members of the Study club and other friends presented her a blooming plant last Saturday. Mrs. Hubert D. Grain, St. Louis Mo,, writes her sister, Mrs. Herman Ostercamp, that that locality has had much more snow than usual this winter. Mr. Craln travel* for the Dow Chemical company, Midland, Michigan. Mrs. Craln, formerly Margaret Ooodnow, was born here and spent her childhood In Wesley. ', *.. .- Rickers of Union Build Stockyard .Union: Ricker Bros., Joe and Will, have just finished building a small stockyard on their farm here. It is built on the same order as the yards in Algona. There are several pens and gates each one smaller than the other one and a chute, where they finish loading the cattle Into trucks. It is also very handy for unloading the cattle. They handle a large number of feeding cattle every year and this phase .of their farming has been made convenient as well as every other equipment connected with their farm. It Is a pleasure to farm with such equipment and neither has spoken of abdicating. Crowds are filling our store every day to get the latest in Toys and Gifts. Dolls, Toy Furniture, Games and Books. Gifts for the whole family. Gamble Stores. SO Mrs. Hentges Is helping care for Mrs. Mary Keefe, who Is gradually improving. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward are moving on the farm vacated by the Kesselrings. Mrs. Ward will be remembered as Ruth Rich. Albert Gould shelled corn last Friday. Ralph Kesselring shelled earlier In the week. Corn is an attractive price and many have shelled. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kesselring moved to Blue Earth, Minn., last Thursday. Their stnall son, Merwin, has been with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Hanson, the past week. Durwood Mittag did the trucking. Mr. Merrill and his family visited Mr. Barge last summer. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hoeck and family spent Tuesday night at the Elmer Hoeck home in LeMars. Little Jimmy Hoeck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoeck has spent the past week at the Harley Hoeck home while his folks got settled in LeMars. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Denton and family were Fairmont callers on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Blum and family spent Thursday evening at the Mike Kennedy home. Mrs. Millen Jensen of Swea City entertained the Seneca Norwegian Lutheran Ladles' Aid In the Seneca Norwegian church basement Thursday afternoon. Sheldon Merrill received word on Tuesday of the death of his uncle, Jim Barge of Webster, Wisconsin. Durwood Mittag In An Accident Union: Durwood Mittag collided with a truck at the foot of the hill on the curve just north of the Milwaukee railroad bridge on 169 north of Algona last Wednesday morning. Durwood was driving his truck, accompanied by Wilford St. John. The truck skidded in rounding the curve nnd crashed into the other truck ripping nut the side of the other truck. No one was injured. Why women fall in love with criminals. An interesting scientific page by Prof. Laird, written for The American Weekly, the magazine distributed with Next Shinday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Careful Planning means adequate insurance protection. Our specialized plan of handling all lines of insurance is your guarantee of careful claim service. INSURANCE ON BUILDINGS DWELLINGS HOUSEHOLD GOODS AUTOMOBILES Compensation Insurance Public Liability YOUR INQUIRY REGARDING YOUK INSURANCE PROBLEMS WILL BE APPRECIATED The Algona Ins. Agency Phone 85 C. R. LaBarre 44 EOW-tf HIDES and FUR The Trapping Season is now open. Get your share of the Fur Bearings Animals. We are paying Attractive Prices for HIDES, Cattle and Horse Hides. MuskraU, Mink, Raccoon, Red and Silver Foxes, Skunk and Badger Please Bring Your Hides ana Fur to the East Room of oar New Building. Joe Greenberg His Idea of a Man's Gift Give him his rliolco, and ten to one he will head towafd* this up-to-date men's store, and choose a gift of all gifts— something for the man who smokes—and we hare it here. of what, yon pi TO him for hi* r h r i s tntns present don't fall to Inrlnil!' some of his fnTorlte brand of riimr*. IVo harp them in onr Inrifp nnd extensitp dis. piny nnd "III help yon. Ponntlfnl grift hotPs of his fnyoritp Hiror. Wp hnv«> hox- p* of nil si** 1 * from ft to ">0, and tlip prlr- p<> nrp richt. AH nrp ncnfly wrnpppd I n H n 1 I d i» y wrnppina. See onr fine dls. piny of CIGARETTES All kinds—In onrtlns and tins—specially wrapped for the holiday season. 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