The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1936 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1936
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The Algona tfrpef Be* Moke*, Algonft, ft***, B<fe. 28, J98fl FRACTURED HIP FATAL FOR MRS., CUNNINGHAM Funeral Kites Wednesday. Came to Kossuth in 1866 Mrs. M. S. Cunningham died , Sunday evening, December 20, 1936 at her home in Algona. She had fra'etured her hip in a fall on November 24, and the shock of the injury was too much for one of her advanced years. Previous .to her fall, she had been very active about her home. Fannie Z. Phelps was'born Octo ber 23, 1855, at Scotland, Canada, West. She moved with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phelps to Washington county, Iowa, at the age of eight years. Three years later, in 1866, she came to Kossuth county where she ha since resided. 6n December 4, 1878, she was united In marriage to Mansel S. Cunningham. To this union seven children were born, two of whom, Ralph and Pearl, died in Infancy,) The surviving children are Clarence G. of Elmore, Minn., Mrs. Carrie G. Taylor, of Algona, and Ray, John and Archie at liome. Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham were among Kossuth's sturdyf early day pioneer farmers in the Titonka neighborhood where they lived until March, 1919, when they retired and moved to Algona. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church at 2 o'clock, proceeded by short services at the home at 1:30. Burial will be made in Rlverview cemetery beside her husband who died In June, 1929. Charles Peter*' Birthday Party Union: A group of neighbors were entertained at the Charles Peters home Friday evening, Dec. 18, in honor of Mr. Peters' birthday anniversary. Five hundred was played at four tables. Mrs. C. Zumach of Lotts Creek won high prize for the ladies and Mrs. Nick Krieps low prize. High prize for the men was won by Nick Krieps and low by Rudolph Will. Lunch was served by Mrs. Peters assisted by her daughters, Gertrude and Caroline. Has Accident In Trip Through West Sexton: Chester Fitch returned Friday from a trip through the west. He and three others had gone to California seeking employment. They went from there to Portland, Oregon. Returning from Portland they went to sleep while driving and wrecked Chester's new V-8. The boys were cut and; bruised but were able to hitchhike home. The car was a total wreck. MISTLETOE FINALE! (No. 8 of a series) Mistletoe Day, ferHIe plan of modem men and maids for me daring the Christmas season, must wait nnttl next year to become a reality. There ain't enough mistletoe to go 'round . This startling fact about mistletoe was discovered*•*«" efforts were being made to select a date, a few days ^ f «J**™»"| to be officially dubbed Mtotfetw Day. It was then d {"*°;™*» that the real* genuine atttcte of mistletoe is not to b« found on evenr bn*h, and that a sufficient quantity to supply local stores and business place* would require several weeks or per- "^AnTthVs? Tn^the musty, dart, old records of the year 19S8, will go the plans for Mistletoe Day—uncompleted, unful- fflle But neat year, promise some of the promoters of theJdea, there will be plenty of mistletoe ordered early, and Alftona win have a Mistletoe Day second to none. BURT MAT MEN DOWN GILMORE CITY BY 35-3 Boys Take All Falls But One on Saturday Night Burt: Burt defeated Gilmore City Saturday evening at a wrestling meet in the local gymnasium by some thirty-five to three points. In the 95 pound class, Patterson won by a fall against his opponent. Gilmore City forfeited In the 105 pound class. In the 115 pound class ariH in the 126 pound class, Becker and Fraser won falls. Stewart Thaves also won a fall in a 112 pound class. In the 135 pound class, Dugan lost to his opponent by a time advantage, giving Gilmore City Its only points. Harold Weiske in the 145 pound and Richard Weiske in the 155 pound classes both won by falls. Monday evening the high school wrestlers met a group of alumni wrestlers \n a match. Flowers for Christmas POTS OF POINSETTIAS *1-00 and up CYCLAMEN 91M and up BEGONIAS -W-M and up 'PRIMROSES »i' w ""* U P FERNS S 50 Bnl1 U P CUT FLOWERS POINSETTIAS - 35c and 60c each ROSES fZ-flO dozen and up CARNATIONS **-00 dozen. NARCISSUS W- 8 * doeen CALENDULAS -W-00 do*en WHITE POM POM MUMS f2J» dozen spray* Rewrites Of Newt From Last Friday 1 * Kossuth County Advance CEMETERY WREATHS, SPRUCE AND HEMLOCK BOUGH3, HOLLY. MISTLETOE, CENTER PIECES, WINTER BERRIES, ETC. Algo ma Greenhouses Phone 305 Fenton 4-H Club Election, Friday Pen ton: The Fenton Forward 4- H club held their annual Christmas party and election of officers at the home of Irene Krause on Friday evening, Dec. 18th. The evening was spent playing games and bunco. Following the entertainment, gifts were exchanged. The following officers were elected: president, Tusnelda Kabelltz; vice president, Ruth Dreyer; secretary, Irene Bleckwenn; treasurer, Marie Fauerby; historian, Marjorie Johnson; reporter, Mary Ann Bohn. Twenty members, the leader, Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod, assistant leader, Ella Dreyer, and guests, Gladys Tieman and Lorena Dreyer, were present Fenton Loses At Arnold's Park, 18-17 Fenton: Fenton Journeyed to Arnold'* Park last Tuesday night where they lost both games. The second team was beaten badly, largely due to their Inability to handle the ball. The final score was 29 to 7. The Fenton first team started out strong In the first half, having a strong defense and a capable offense to walk off the floor at the half with a 11 to 4 lead. Arnold's Park came back strong in the second half and tied the score. The lead changed hands and finally Arnold's Park led 18 to 17. Fenton missed several set-ups in the closing minutes of the game MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Thousands Of Friends And Customers WE in this business have much For which to be thankful. TQ you who have looked upon us with friendly eyes y as your shoppins counsellors and your supply- source, we feel a genuine sratitude. It does us good to express it. We feel that any purchase made in this store is like a contract -- valid only as it benefits and satisfies both parties. It does us sood to say that, too. MAY your Christmas be cheerful, say, joyous/ and bright with the promise of better, happier days in the coming New Year. The HUB Clothiers Leuthold - Williams - Reynolds ALGONA, IOWA Chet H. Williams Lyle C. Reynolds FRANK LOSS, attacked by a mad bull on the farm o' his broth or. Stephen Los-?, southeast of Irvington. was saved from being gored to death by "Shep". the faithful dog at the farm. Frank suffered three broken ribs. * broken coll»r bone and i i>er injuries from ths maddened H-.r-.'t'.ia, but will live. He was in the barnyard doing the chores at the time of the attack, arid had paid little attention to the the animal, which had shown no signs of unusual meanness. Suddenly the bull made a lunge at Loss and knocked him down before he knew what had happened. The dog, hearing the cries, came on the run, and diverted the attention of the bull until Loss could crawl over a fence. The dog then hurdled the fence also, but not until the bull had crippled the dog's right rear leg. Steve Loss said he would sell the bull. A DAMAGE SUIT brought by Ollie Long of Fenton, against Dr. J. A. Mueller, also of Fenton, charging malpractice, was dropped after the trial had begun. Mrs. Long had offered to settle for a small sum, but the defense refused, and when a request was made to have*a medical examination of Mrs. Long, she dropped the case. She was asking J2.750. * • * CONSTRUCTION WORK on the new Algona postoffice has stopped for the winter and the basement foundation part which has been completed, is now encloseo for its winter covering. * * * ON NEW YEAR'S day, a big roundup will be sponsored by the Kossuth conservation league in the area near Titonka, L. M. Merritt, head of the committee announces. The plan Is to surround the area, hunters armed only with clubs. They will beat in toward the center, allowing rabbits and other animals to pass through their lines, but will club to death any foxes they can corner. * * * THE PRATT ELECTRIC of Algona was awarded the contract for wiring a new apartment building in Maaon City last week. OLD FIDDLERS AT LuVerne held a contest Jake Kubly won first prize; Chester Stoddard was second, and Gerald Anderson, third. O. A. ANDERSON of Algona has taken the agency here for the Covered Wagon, automobile trailer. 8ANKY HOWLAND, 78, former West Bend resident, who died at Vivian, S. D., was buried at West Bend. * * * MRS. VERN RED3HOFF, Union, tripped over the family dog one day recently, and broke her leg. She will be confined to her bed for several weeks. JOHN T. (DAD) RYAN, 75, the father of Mrs. Frank Mathes, died htre Thursday, Dec. 10, following his second stroke in 10 days. Funeral services were held a week ago Friday, and interment was in Mr. Ryan's old home in Erie, 111. He had made his home here for the past 12 years. Two other daughters and one son survive in addition to Mrs. Mathes. * • » MRS. CHAS. MOREHOL'SE, 70. the former Lora Goddard, died at Seattle, Wash., Nov. 28. Her parents brought her to Algona when she was four years of age. She was married here in 1885 Two DELIA TROUTMAN HOSTESS TO CLUB Union M. & D. Met on Thursday; Xmas Theme of Session Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club met at the home of Delia Troutman in Algona Thursday afternoolu Dec.- 19thV Cora Bacon was assisting hostess. Twenty-five members attended. Roll call was answered with Christmas quotations. A paper on "Foreign Christmas Customs" was read by Veda McArthur. Gifts were exchanged by the members. A silver offering was also taken for the orphans. The club sent a box of gifts to the orphans which had been donated. Several dolls were repaired and dressed by various members. The box was sent to the Children's Home at Des Moines. A tray lunch was served. The next meeting will be an eve nlng party at the Frank Hofius home. Those in charge are Mr. and-Mrs. Tom Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor. Those in charge of the menu will be Norma Bailey, Irma Harvey and Mary DeGraw. Henry Joh&nmen Quite A Bowler Henry Jormnftsen, Jr., did some tall bowling, last wwft. Perhaps he was trying to equal the record of L. D. Crlnnlgan, a visitor here, who averaged 200 In 28 games h* bowled In an exhibition at the Barry alleys, but anyway, Henry, Jr., turned In eight games that totaled 1769 points, with a high game of 299, and that, as you may know, Is only one shy of a perfect mark. Standings In the city league were as follows on Mortday: Team W L Coffee Shop 1* 1 Flowers * 3 * Farmers " 8 Phillips 12 8 Court House 12 8 Fearless 5 U ln LuVerne 3 J 8 Burt " 16 Games are scheduled for four night this week. 1* A. Wtofcil, P. A. DanSon, L. S. Llnnan and Don fctutehtfon, w*f« also present Joe Low* w*i elected prtsldent, and 1* A I.lnnmn was elected vice president of the association. Marlon Burbank, Kyle Keith artd wm. Otto, who are employed-at the Algona Ice Cream ft Candy factory, spent last Tuesday^ at Tort Dodge attending a meeting sponsored by the CooieratorjCp. There was a banquet at the Wah- konsa hetfel followed By several talks and a mdvlng picture .showing the difference between the old time Ice delivery and the modern methods. '. Sot on* half, wttft IMntt. •V "K" I? •• ' y^a Re** The daughters survive: Mrs. Llla Hall, Eugene, Oregon, and Mrs. Dorothy M. Lockman, Seattle, Wash. Two sons are both dead, one killed in the World War. Funeral services were held In Seattle. BENTON CARTER, WEST Bend finishing his milking, and left the barn. He picked up a whip and cracked It at the cows. The tip swung back and lashed across his eyeball. He may lose the sight in it SANTA CLAUS, on a visit to Whittemore, figured prominently in a runaway incident He had borrowed a team of horses owned by Edward Farrell, and Stanly Brogan was driving. The team got out of control and bolted. The sleigh's tongue fell down, and things looked bad for Santa, but Stanley held bravely to the reins and the team was finally stopped Visitor from West Union: Glen Munch of Yaklma, Washington, a cousin of Mrs. Frank Hofius, visited at the Hofius home Thursday of last week. Previous to that he visited at the Claude Dearchs home. Mr. Munch runs a fruit ranch there. His father formerly lived here and was a grader, making several of the grades found around here. Joe Gorman, St. Benedict, was fined $10.00 and costs by Mayor C F. Specht, Saturday on charges of drunkenness and disorderly conduct. The annual Father and Son banquet date will be set Wednesday night at a meeting of the local Knights of Columbus. Last year 62 Knights and their guests attended this banquet. Algona attorneys attending the annual Fourteenth Judicial District Bar association were Joe Lowe, Hiram White, E. C. McMahon, and Delia Welter. The following attorneys and their wives, .\OrlCU OF IlEFEKEE'S SALE l.\ PAIITITIO.N IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, JN AND FOR KOSS'JTH COUNTY November Term. 1936 No. 15495 John ilingtf, lilizabeth Qcttman and Henry Ucttman, wife and husband; Henry Zlngg; Herman Zing,; and Andrew ZiriKH. Plaintiffs, Holiday Dances Pla-Mor—Rolfe, Iowa CHRISTMAS, FRIDAY, DEC 2« (Carnival) Hal Stewart and his orchestra SAT., DEC. 26 Cecila and her little Giants NEW YEAR'S EVE, DEO. 81 Hal Stewart Ten prizes given away LTVERMORE -HOLIDAY DANCES Two Carnivals Christmas, Dec. 25—Henry Scherchlnger orchestra. New Year's Nite, Jan. 1—Cecila and Little Giants. Prices 25 and 40c phis tax *W*.; A Box of Christmas Cheer Some Christmas Cheer comdain 1 However, the kind we sell coraeS eel with Delicious Chocolates. Good Candy for everybody at A Merry Christinas to all The Algonquin »*s,'i*f .?** >Jt A SiS Merry Christmas . ^\» ««««*™:^ Let us take this oppor- S* ^MMP^iu' tunity to thank our friends and customers for their cooperation during the past year. May the Spirit of Christmas gladden your lie-arts at this Holiday Time. MODERN DRY CLEANERS — vs, — David Zingg, Newton Daniel Zings and Ida Zlngg, husband and wits; Grover Cleveland Zlngg and Helen Zlngg, huabai.d and wife; Win. Lunstrum. Guardian of the property of drover Cleveland Zlngg, Incompetent; Ludwlg J. Urnesa, a tingle toan, and Cha». W. Volke a» administrator of the estate of Anna, deceased. Defendant!. Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of an order of «ale directed to the undersigned referee In partition from the Clerk of the District Court of KoBsuth County, Iowa. Imued pursuant to decree of said court made and entered on the 24th' day of November, 1936, In favor of plaintiffs above named and against each and all of the defendants, for tho partition of the real estate described In plaintiffs' petition on die herein, I will, on the 31st day of December, 1»38, offer for sale to the hib'lnsl and best bidder the following described real estate, to-wlt: Tract No. 1 — The South Half (KV4) of the Southwest Quarter <H\V14I (excepting therefrom a tract 12x13 rods In (he Southwest corner for school) and also the Southwest Quarter (SW14) of the Houtheast Quarter (HE%) all In Hectlon One (1) In Township Ninety-nine <9») North of Itunge Twenty-seven (27) We»t nt the &th P. M., Kossuth County lowu Trad No. 2— The North One Hurxlrcci Twenty Acres (N. I'nA i "< the Northeast Quar- i.-r (.Ni:>i> of Section Twelve tU'i in Township Ninety-nine I'j'j) North, of Range Twenty- si-vtn C!7i West, of the 5th V. M., K<i»KUlh County, Iowa, tie sale to lie for cash or upon such it-rm» «» may be approved by the Court, the undersigned referee re- bt-rvliiK the right to reject any and all bids. That mill x.'tle will take place ard !•«• l,f;l<i at th*r front door of the Court House In Algona, Iowa, com- inenclnu; at tlie hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon of the day aforesaid. Dated thla 30th day of November, 193 *' E. R. WOHLKY, EO-51 Referee. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—LaFayette demonstrator, Nash "400" sedan with cruising gear, 1936 model; 1931 Plymouth coach; 1931 Pontiac coach.—Wray-Nash Co., Algona, Iowa. 51 FOR SALE—Farm light plants and Batteries.—Hegg & James, 23M. K. State St., over Iowa State bank •hone 75, Algona. 4»-tf FOR SALE!—A complete, official- y audited set of blank forms that will make the keeping of Social Security information easy. Priced A, complete in binder.—Algona Upper Des Moines. 31* FOR SALE—Pair of high grade brown bucko, monk type oxfords. Size 7-AAAA. Worn only a short time. Phone 5U-W. 81 FOR SALE—Good team of young horses.—Frank Riebboff, pbone 26F3. FOR SALE—236 acre farm close to AJgona. electric ligbU, fair improvements, about 80 acres of timber pasture, balance under cultivation, some of the toil a little light $60.00 per acre oa good terms Possession March Ut, 1937.—C. W Nicoulin, Algona, Iowa. 61 FOR SALE—Oil burning beat er. brown enamel. Very good condition.—Wra. J. Wein, 717 Lucas St. 61 Merry Christmas May Santa fill your stocking with the hest of good things for a Happy Holiday, and may we thank you for your patronage during the past year. Laing & Muckey fe Quick Efficient Service For Bent FOR RENT—6-roorn house. Call 109. modern 61 FOR RENT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moineg. Heated, modern, center of city. 38-tf» Wanted WANTED—Reliable man to work this territory. Experience unnecessary. Car required.—S. F. Baker & Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 60-1* Miscellaneous WILL GIVE AWAY-±Cat and kitten. Would make a fine Xmas present. Call 143. 61* FOR SALE—Famous L'Tatro 6 \olt Farm Radios. We can save you money. See us before you buy. —Hegg & James, distributors. 23H T~V Stat°. over Iowa State Bank. Phone 76, Algona. 48-tf IH> YOU WANT A JOB OB A BUSHOQBS OF YOUR OWN If you can furaiob the automobile for daily nearby travel then I have a fine proposition tot you. A port- card request will bring you particulars. Let me have your*. E. H. JOHNSON P O. Box 564 Wiaona, Minn Save that cream with a Veja separator. Users biggest boo»ter». Me- diura size $82.60. Term*.—-B)u»- trom's, Algona, Iowa- S-tt Are your nerve* frayed and your disposition "shot" from thf very thought of these last, frantic day* of Chrisbna* shopping? Then you'll appreciate the quiet, restful, efficient manner in which we are conducting the "Last Bound-up" at tfcto store. We have augmented our laiesforce with additional experienced clerk* who will help you in your selctlons and facilitate four last-minute shopping. 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