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The Upper Bes Moines-Republican, December 31,1930 <£&lflcai » . " o*— OI BOQu jo DUdlUJUiK this week with his cousin, Charles Hoffman. Attorney E. C. McMahon has been on the sick list this week with a «et'ere cold. Caroline Todd of Iowa Falls spent a few days this week at the W. D Howie home. Mr. ahd Mrs. Owen Nichols of Algona are the parents of a baby boy Dbrn December 18. The Misses Georgia Carmean and Frances Berens, of Bancroft were Al gona visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Poole and family spent Sunday In Sherburn, Minnesota, visiting with frldnds. Chris Frankl of North Dakota visited over the holidays in Algona with his mother, Mrs. Mary Frankl. Mr. and Mrs. Ira. Dutton are rejoicing over the birth 0f a Ine baby girl, who arrived Christmas hicrflhig. Dr. W. P. Galloway of Esthervllle spent Christmas in Algona at the home of his daughter, Mrs. p. J. chrlsten- sen. Gertrude Kenefick is home from Iowa City spending the holidays with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Kene- flck. Ruth Stouffer, teacher of physical education at Newton, came Sunday for a visit with her friend, Eernice Stock. Miss Dorothy Whitney Is here from Jackson, Minnesota, for a holiday visit wtlh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney. County Attorney G. D. Shumway and Attorney Edwa'cd D. Kelly of Em- nvetsburg drove to Cherokee Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ferguson and family of Keokuk spent Christmas In AJgona visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Norton. Fred Hanselman, prominent farmer living near West Bend, was an Algona visitor Tuesday and paid this office a pleasant call. Miss Evelyn Hodges, who teaches in the high school at Jefferson, Wisconsin, Is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen and children spent Sunday at Ellsworth, where they were guests of Mrs. Amun- sen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds. Bernice Stock, who teaches physical training In the Eagle Grove schools, is spending the holidays In Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock. Josephine Murtagh is spending' the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. She Is atending Stephen's College In Columbia, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. M. Smith and children of Des Moines are expected in Algona to spond New Year's day with Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Joe Holtzbauer. Miss Delia Darling, _school nurse of iaywith ter. Vern Rutledge is holding a closing out sale at his farm a mile and a half northwest of Algona January 7. An ad appears in another section of this paper. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tierney and little son, Craig, of Mason City were guests at the home of the former's m»ther, Mrs. George Holtzbauer on Christmas day. The Misses LuElla and Sadie Potter are home from Iowa State College, spending the holidays with their par- ruts, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Potter in Cresco township. Evelyn Blackmail left yesterday for her home In Eagle Grove after a visit since Saturday with her friend, Mary Janice Rice. Miss Blackman is a student at Iowa City. Miss loin. Lehman of Des Moines spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs: A. D. Lehman. lola Is secretary to the Des Moines Junior Chamber of Commerce. Miss Lorraine Tierney is here from Des Moines for a holiday visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. George Holtzbauer. While she is here she is helping to take Inventory at the Kohlhaas hardware where she was employed as bookkeeper before she went to Des Moines to take a commercial course. James Van* of Swea City tranSacte business In Algona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fox of Sac Clt spent Christmas at the Backus home Banker George Newel of Fenton transacted business hi Algona Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman spen Christmas with relatives In Mlnneap oils. . ' . Edward Hackbarth has moved fron Algona to a farm north of the Good Hope church. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nugent spen Christmas In Manchester With th latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S*. D. Williams spen the Christmas holidays In Gllmore Clt visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and fam lly spent Christmas in Humboldt vis Itlng with relatives. Mrs. Lester Wlllson spent the Christ mas holidays in Cedar Rapids with he son, Irwin, and family. Paul Hamel, jeweler In Borchardt' drug store, spent Christmas at th home of his parents hi Carroll. George Moulton, Lev! Weimer anc Superintendent Barrett of the Ledyard schools were visitors in Algona Fri day. Miss Edith Welter, stenographer in the farm bureau office, was laid up a day or so last week with a sprained ankle. Clifford Aalfs left Saturday for a week's visit with his parents In Sioux City. He is a salesman for Armour & Company. Mrs. Carl Albright of Plum Creel was at the Park hospital at „ Masor City last week where she submitted to a minor operation, Mrs. Milton Coon of Cedar Rapids spent Saturday and Sunday in Algona visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit. The ladies are sisters-in-law. Dr. and Mrs. George Elvldge of Perry were up Christmas and spent the day with Mrs. Elvldge's parents, Mr and Mrs. Hugh Herman. Miss Ann Murtagh, who Is teaching at Woodbine, Iowa, is spending the lolidays In Algona with her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. Mr. and Mrs. O: W. Lawrence of Cedar Rapids spent a few days over Christmas at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent. Miss Cecelia Kelly, supervisor of music in the Emmetsburg junior college spent Monday at the J. W. Sullivan home and attended the Rotary party M. E. Quinn, who recently reslgnec as postmaster at Sexton will leave at once for Clinton, Iowa. Mr. Quinn is In poor health and Mrs. Quinn is also ill. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wllley and fam- Uy came up from Des Moines anc pent over Christmas at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wiley. Robert Burgltt of Spencer,spent Fri lay in Algona visiting Piaul Kene- flck. . The boys were schoolmates at iversity of Iowa some years ago. n V . ' . Miss Lucille Wlhdell is spending the holidays in Algona with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Windell. She is teaching in the public schools in Fort Dodge. Laughlln "Bud" Quinn came last week to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. M. J. Quinn. "Bud" Is employed in a lumber yard in Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman spent Christmas in Minneapolis with relatives. Mr. Sherman returned a day or two after but Mrs. Sherman remained for a longer visit. Miss Ruth McMahon came from Galva, Iowa, to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Ruth Is teaching In the high school there. Miss June Adele Overmeyer is spending the holidays at the home of her parents, Superintendent and Mrs. J. F. Overmeyer. She Is instructor in the high school in Oskaloosa. Attorney H. W. Miller came home Sunday from Minnesota Lake, where he had been since Wednesday ,vls- iting with his parents, Mr., and Mrs. Wm. Miller. He was dismissed from the Kossuth hospital the Monday before Christmas following an operation for appendicitis, and spent Christmas and the remainder of the week at the home of his parents convalescing. Start 1931 By using the phone and ordering Ferndell or Baby Stewart Brand of groceries. SOME OF OUR SNAPS ^ | Three bars Camay Soap Fancy Rice, per pound _ 34c 5c Ten pounds of onions Fancy Prunes, per pound Ten bars of Big 4 Soap _ T We wish all our friends a Happy and Prosperous 1931. Long's Grocery PW&®WX<!^ Bjelland Barber Shop wishes you A Happy and Proi perous N§w Year i» Sawyer Building? under former County Savings Bank, |$|l8ftji(ift^^ 3. A. Meyerhofer of St. Joe paid this office a visit one day during the noli day season. Dick Schmidt of Storm Lake was ft guest part of last week at the 8. E. McMahon home. Miss Patricia Reagan of Omaha Is expected today for a visit at the S. E, McMahon home. t>r. S. F. riewel of Evanston, Illinois, spent Christmas with his parents, Editor and Mrs. W. C. Dewel. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Menzel of Ames visited over the holidays With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Rodney Darnell, a student at Simpson college, Was a guest Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Earl Mason. Harry ttaynes and Walter Thilges of Bode left Saturday for Chicago, where they expect to spend about a month. Miss Agnes Rice, who teaches in the staite normal at Bloomington, Illinois, Is a holiday guest of her Algona relatives. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. M. Frost are expected home this week end after visit at Cedar Rapids a two weeks' and Ogden. Mrs. Horace Hamilton of Minneapolis came Wednesday for a holiday visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Horigan. Mr. and Mrs .Henry Becker left on Saturday for Sioux City and Oalva, where they will spend a week visiting relatives and friends. Lewis Ferguson Is among the students home from Iowa State College at Ames for a holiday visit with his mother, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Davenport and children spent Christmas day In Rut- lend with Mr, Davenport's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Davenrjort. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Roberts left early Wednesday of last week to spend Christmas and the holidays with a daughter at Grand Island, Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. E 1 . B. Galentine and family of Farnhamvllle were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Davenport. The ladles are sisters. E. W. Lusby came home Monday from,Des Moines where he had been visiting since Christmas at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. Pierce Wlt- mer. A. R. Corey, secretary of the Iowa state fair, was a guest Sunday at the home of his brother, F. A. Corey. Mr. Corey has been hi Minnesota looking after business matters. Mr. and Mrs". George Miller left by auto last week Monday to spend the holidays with Mrs. Miller's relatives at Saginaw, Michigan. They arrived there Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Mattlin and children of Ottawa, Illinois, arrived Wednesday of ast week to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Jergenson and other relatives. Miss Bridget Gaffney is lere tomorrow from her home Rockwell where she had spent Christmas with her parents. Miss Gaffney is a nurse at the Kossuth hospital. J. F. Granzow, his son, Albert, and ils daughter, Mrs. Frank Crulkshank, were called to Cresco, Iowa t -Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. Granzow's brother-in-law, Andrew Smith. Carlyle Becker is among the students lome from Iowa City for a visit.with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker. He is taking dentistry at the university and will return there this week ;o continue his work. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee of Chicago were In Algona Tuesday calling on 'riends. John, who was the jeweler at the Borchardt drug store for some ime, Is now taking a two year course n optometry In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Finch and their daughter, Marjorle of Chicago have jeen visiting since last week Tuesday at the home of their daughter and ister, Mrs. C. W. Smith. They expect o return home this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ostwinkle of Des Moines spent, Christmas with the for- ner's parents of this city and the atter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Deitering of Bancroft. They return- d to Des Moines last Sunday. Miss Olive Lewis of the Chrischilles ; Herbst store spent Christmas day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. lewis at Lakota. Bernice Kerr, who Is Iso a clerk in the store, spent Christmas at her home in Hampton. A Christmas present in the form of a son, Robert Fay, was born to Mr. nd Mrs. Ralph Donovan at the Kosuth hospital on Christmas day. The Ittle one is blessed with four grand- iarents and four great grandparents. Lois Inman of Estherville spent Sunday in Algona with Mrs. Ann 'echner and at the L. A. Miner home. She is bookkeeeper in the Esthervllle reamery. A few years ago she was iookkeeper in the Algona Co-Operative Jreamery here. Clifford Madson came home from Omaha before the holidays for a visit t the home of his mother, Mrs. Anna Vladson and sisters. Clifford, who for time was in the United States army, expected to leave this week for Oklahoma, where he will work in the oil lelds. Mrs. P. A. Danson left Sunday for a wo weeks' visit with her parents at White Bear Lake, Minnesota. She ac- ompanied Mr, and Mrs. Howard Whitley and Philip Walker who went as ar as Minneapolis. They had been pending the holidays in Algona with heir respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. E, B. Smith of New llohland, Minnesota, and Ralph and Leonard Howd of Webster City were Christmas guests at the home of Mr. nd Mrs. W. H. Smith. E. E. Smith s a brother of W. H. The Howd boys re sons of Mrs. Smith. They remained In Algona until Sunday but the jmiths returned to their home the day fter Christmas. Mrs. Grace Gebhart, one of our star correspondents, from Whittemore, was In Algona last week Monday and made the Office a pleasant call. She was accompanied by Miss 2tta McDonnell. Ed. Wing, who was formerly employed ad the K. D. James drug store, was In Algona Sunday and Monday as a guest of D wight Parsons. Ed. Is taking a course in pharmacy hi Des Moines. Attorney Tyrrell Ingersoll of Cedar Rapids left Sunday after spending Christmas and a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Tyrrell is with the firm of Wheeler, Elliott & Shuttleworth. George Hackman, Jr., spent a few days of Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman In Algona. George Is Instructor hi electricity In the junior high school in Knoxvllle, Tennessee. John Byson ran an ad In the tipper Des Molnes-Republican for wood cutters and reports that he was beselged with applicants as soon as the paper came out. Ifc pays to advertise In this paper—If one wants to get results. Marriage licenses during the holidays were Issued to Elvln Falrman and Gladys Helvig, both of Humboldt: Lvman J. Needham of Lakota and Marie Johnson of Esthervllle: William Colby of Garden City, Minnesota, and Barbara Roske of Minneapolis. Dr. Norbert Kelley of Harlan spenl a short time In Algona the day before Christmas visiting W. W. Sullivan, who was a fraternity brother at the state university. He was on his way to Waukon to spend Christmas with his parents. Miss Dona Burtls is one of the college students who is home for the holiday vacation. She plans to remain here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs A. D. Burtis, until the spring quarter of school opens at Iowa State College in March. The fire department was called out week ago Tuesday morning' for a fire in the George St. John home three blocks west of the county jail. The flre which was around the stovepipe, did little damage and was put out before the department arrived. Mr. and MrS. G. Dearchs entertained a number of their children and grandchildren at Christmas dinner. The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. L. J. DeGraw and daughters, Mabel and Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoflus. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoorneman and the latter's sister, Miss Elsie Specht, are here from Sprlngville for a holiday visit at the home of the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht. They and Mr. and Mrs. Specht spent Christmas at Forest City with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson. Mrs. Larson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Specht. Dallas Foster was a visitor at the home of his uncle, W. A. Foster last Wednesday.' Dallas lias been with the C-AXWCfDW fST. BENEDICT NEWSJ MiiTO Aluminum Company with headquarters at Fort Dodge for some time, but beginning the first of the year he will make his headquarters at Omaha while traveling for the same com- expectcd pany. The new location Is more cen- at tral for his territory. DANCE Thursday, January 1. at the lO.O.F.Hall Leslie Whipple's Banjo 0ff0rtr Rev. Lewis Crull came just before the holidays to spend the balance of the winter at the home of his daughter,; Mrs. J. L. Bonar In Algona. Rev. CriUl, who is a retired Methodist minister, Is in splendid health and very vigorous for a man upwards of eighty years of age. He has been spending the summer with his daughters at Kellog-and Brooklyn, Iowa, and with a son who Is a prominent attorney at Muscatine. Rev. Crull has many friends in Algona where he has been a frequent visitor. "Ike" Sweigard, one of the well known men of Wesley, Brltt and Garner for many years, died 1 in a Mason City hospital December 20, after nn operation. Ma-. Sweigard was eighty- one years old and came to Wesley while a young man in 1876. He and his family moved to Garner in 1885 and he became president of the Fanner's National Bank. He also served as county treasurer and clerk and was a partner of the late A. C. Rlpley in an abstract business. He is survived by his wife and two sons. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ostwinkle of this city received a letter from their son Carl, on Christmas day sent from Gljou, Spain. Carl is chief radio operator on the S. S. Vineas, which sailed from New Orleans to Spain on November 15th. He states that owing to the rough weather and fog, it took twenty-seven days to make this trip and that the last twenty-four hours a sea he was at his instruments continuously receiving and sending code messages. Ho states in his letter that Ills fellow officers are a fine bunch of men and that the eats could not be better. They have a first class receiving set so that they had music while at sea, from all parts of the United States, London, Madrid, Rome and Germany. Al Rbsenmeyer has been laid up the past four days with pleurisy. Miss Marie Moes and Mrs. A. J Fehr spent last Wednesday afternoon at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz and family of Wesley spent Christmas day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs John Amdorfer. Miss Bernadine Arndorfer of Chicago is spending the holidays with her brothers and sisters here. Mr, and Mrs. Martin Bleich and little daughter of TItonka spent Sunday at the Martin Rahm home. Miss Lenora Arndorfer, who is attending school at Charter Oak spent her Christmas vacation at home. Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer of Clear Lake is spending the holidays at the home of her son, Al Rosenmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dehnert and family of St. Paul came Sunday to spend a few days at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Joseph Rahm, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rahm, Sr., were entertained Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Immcr- fall. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Connor and daughter, and Mies Frances German of Des Moines are spending the holidays with the ladles' mother, Mrs. Eva German. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller and Mrs. O. Downs and little daughter, Marila Ann, spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Downs at Wesley, Announcement of the approaching marriage of Magnus Rahm to Rosalia Neuroth of Algona was made at the church here Sunday. Magnus Is the only son of Mrs. Joseph Rahm, Jr., and Miss Neuroth, the daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Wm. Neuroth of Algona. Mrs. Rose Arndorfer had as her Christmas day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. George Arndorfer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Miller and family and Genevleve Arndorfer of Plum Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr also Lucille Arndorfer, who is employed at the Carl Paetz home near Sexton, spent Christmas day at home. GOOD HOPE NEWS. Ogren Luckiest Man in Guessing Contest. Twenty-lve persons tied for the first prize money which was awarded by the lender & Caldwell store for the correct guess-on the number of pieces of money which were on display in the window for about sixty days proceeding Christmas. There were 727 pieces of money, which totalled $200. Besides the first prize, second, third and fourth prizes were awarded bringing the list >f winners up to 28. There were 14,300 guesses. Mayor Albert Ogren was the lucky man of the winners. He was one of those who had a correct guess on the first prize money and received Iris share of it $8.00, and he also had the correct guess on the $45.00 overcoat which was awarded as the second prize. M. J. Young of Algona won third prize and received a $25.00 glad- stone bag; and the fourth prize went to Tony Thilges who received a $6.5C pair of shoes. Those who tied on the Brst money, and who received $8.00 each included the following: P. A. McArthur, Algona; Rudolph Mathias, West Bend; Mrs. G. O. Hanna, Lona Rock; Paul Thilges, Bode; Prosper Frideres, Bode; Wm. Roeber, Whittemore; Wilson Legler, Corwith; H. E. Plathe. Algona; Richard Vaughan, Algona; Ma,tt Selzer, Algona; Mrs. F. J. Balgeman, Whlttemore; Vernon Kohlhaas. Algona; J. P. Sthider, Wesley; Ed. Ha- begar, West Bend; Ernest Borman, Lu- Verne; Arthur Hof, LuVerne; Adolph Fuhrmann. Bode; Mrs. W. T. Paughan, Algona; Robert Murchland, Algona; Dick Coan, Algona; Leo Aman, Sexton; L. w: Keith, Algona; Arnold albert. Algona; and Mayor Ogren. The contest created much interest and, was a good business proposition for th? store M well 89 affording tlie winners a very, acceptable Christmas gift 1 . Carl Madson and Rev. Wood drove to Sioux City Tuesday on a business errand. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson spent the holidays with their son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Cash at St. Joseph, Missouri. Miss Julia Bourne of the Successful Farming editorial staff at Des Moines spent Christmas and the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ocrivan of Alare happy over a fine seven and out-half pound boy born on Christmas day. He has been named Robert Fay. Mr. Donovan was born and reared In this community. What is said to have been the largest crowd ever assembled In Good Hope church gathered on Tuesday evening of last week to listen to a fine program of readings, dialogues and musical numbers presented by the Sunday School and choir. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Moore of Or- tonvllle, Minnesota, were here during the holidays and visited with his brother, Milt Moore and family of Algona and with other relatives and 'riends in the community and at Burt. which the members and invited Word as received on Monday of this week that Nels Nelson, father of Mos- dames Otto and Henry Engstrom of his community and of Mrs. C. C. Knutson of AlRona is ill in the Methodist hospital in Sioux City. Mrs. Knutson and her brother expect to go to Sioux City on Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood were the guests at the Rev. C. B. Mitchell homo at Armstrong on Christinas day. The Mitchells celebrate the day each year with a gathering of their children and their families. A program by the younger children, singing of appropriate hymns, a Christmas tree and a Santa Claus to distribute presents follow a sumptuous dinner at noon and make an afternoon replete with interest and happiness. Fortunate are they who may be guests at one of these joyful occasions. A series of social evenings at which the members and invited friends of the Bible and the Young Married Folks Sunday School classes of Good Hope was launched on Friday evening, December 19, with the initial meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Crulk. shank. Community singing, visiting, and several matters of business occupied the time to 'the enjoyment of some twenty-five guests. The next meeting is to be with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Gross on Friday evening, January 2. Several unique features are being planned. Card of Thanks. We wish to express thanks to our many friends and neighbors for their deeds of kindness and for the beautiful floral offerings which were given during our sorrow.—Frank Stebritz and children. 29* Bowl for HEALTH HUB RECREATION PARLOR Algona, Iowa BANCROFT NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Ole McGee and son of Algona were visitors here Wednesday. B. A. Ocsterreich of Lemmon. South nakota, is visiting his daughter, Sister Margaret Mary. Misses Florence and Margaret Mlll- T spent Christmas at the home of their parents at LuVerne. Dr. P. J. Nemmers of Chicago spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Nemmers. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Vaske of Dyersville spent last Tuesday and Wednesday at the Wm. Vaske home. Miss Florence Miller. nlsht operator at the local telepTione exchange, spent last Saturday with friends at Mason City. r r. and Mrs. Clem Haler of Bellevtie spent Christmas at tine home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Schlltz. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Prlcster and family of Whlttemore spent Christinas at the home of the lady's mother, Mrs. M L. Schlltz. Miss Marlon Thurn, teacher nfc the Bancroft high school, spent Chrlst- •nr\s nt the home of her parents at. Manchester. Margaret Hanson, who Is teaching New Sharon spent the holidays nt the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hanson. The Lloyd Nelson family of field and the L. A. Tos^nson family t.f Toledo, Ohio, spent the pas; week at the C. Behrmann hotn'!. Miss Doris Pearson, who Is attending commercial college at Mankato, is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. |and Mrs. G. A. Pearson. Miss Ruth Adolphson, who is attending Northwestern Bible School at Minneapolis Is spending the holidays with relatives and friends. Miss Doris Hutton, who is attending Minnesota University, Is spending the holidays at the home of her parents, \tr. and Mrs. R. E. Hutton. J. H. Sheridan, daughters Betty and Patricia and Rosella Stauder drove to Waterloo Monday for a few days' visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Ostwinkle of Des Moines spent the past week at the H. T. Delterlng home and at the Charles Ostwinkle home at Algona. Miss Margaret Howe accompanied 3. K. Hulterstrum to Baraboo, Wisconsin, where she spent Christmas with or friend, Avis Hulterstrum. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hamilton are the proud parents of a, baby boy born Sunday evening. They now have a family of nine boys and one girl. Misses Helen Bryden and Lena Bennett attended a district business neetlng for officers of the Baptist Young People's Union at Fort Dodge Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Lynch of Sioux City visited last week ab the home of the lady's mother and. sisters, Mi's. Mary Seger, Mrs. John Williams and Mrs. G. D. Hart. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carmean, Georgia and Evans spent Christmas at the Elliott home at Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Elliott of Rockford, Illinois, were also present. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welp and children and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brink and daughter, Helen, spent Christmas at the Mrs. J. H. Welp home and with other local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Elliott returned to their home at Rockford, Illinois, after spending the week end at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carmean. Harold and Alva Burgess left Sunday for Florida, where they will spend the winter. They will make the trip by motorcycle. They also intend to spend some time in Cuba. Andrew Berens of Chicago and Miss Leona Berens of Omaha spent Christmas at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.'Peter Berens and with other ocal relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schlltz and their daughter, Mildred, drove to Manka- to. last Friday. Amorlta, who has attending Good Counsel academy* tot the past four months, returned home with them. M'.ss Isabel Mulligan and Olga Els- t.-fttrer of Carroll spent Christmas at their respective homes. Isabel is tak* Ine a course in nurses' training at &t> Anthony's hospital and Olga. is a registered nurse. Hans Doose. the blacksmith at the DritpriiiR garage, left last week for Now York, for a month's visit with his sister. During, his absence his daughter, Anna Marie, is visiting with relatives at Ogden, Iowa. The Misses Leona and Dorothy Kramer of Sioux City spent Christmas nt the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kramer. Dorothy Li a graduate nurse and Leona is In training at St. Joseph's hospital. Coach Harold Pohlman returned last Monday evening from Melvin to play In the West Bend-Bancroft basket ball came. He was accompanied by his brother, Edward, a member of the Iowa State Teachers' College squnrt. Rev. Newton Carmon, the religious educational director for the Iowa Baptist convention, visited last week end nt the Rev. Charles E. Bryden home. Rev. Carmon conducted the Sunday morning services at the local Bap- list church. Mr. and Mrs. John Bernhard left last Wednesday for Carroll, where they spent Christmas at the home of their daughter, Mrs. George Hess and family. From there they left Monday for Long Beach, California, where they will spend the winter. The association B. Y. P. U. meeting was held in the Baptist church nt Alona Sunday afternoon and evening. Ten delegates from Bancroft were present besides a group from Swea City and Algona. Rev. Carmon of Des Moincs was the speaker. Music was furnished by the Swea City and Bancroft group. The Algona group gave a demonstration of a model service. Lon Whitehill, J. Cunningham and Dick Hawcott of Burt were business visitors in Algona yesterday. Miss Ardith Ryan of Chicago spent from Saturday to Tuesday in Algona visiting her sister. Mrs F. D. Mathes and family. FUL-TIZE A BEAUTIFUI, FRAME quite dilFerent FROM ALL OTHERS -M.N the new, modern Ful-vue frames, the temples or "earpieces", are attached high up where you' don't sco them when you glance to the side. This patented Ful-vue construction always keeps your glasses up before your eyes whore they belong —up where they look well, and do their work properly. Let us show you Ful-vuo, the greatest Improvement in spectacle frame design in years. F.W.Wehler&Co. 0. D. Kegistered Optometrists. Watch for the Hook Some smooth, slick talking salesman may Come talking gilt-edged bonds some day, But you hud better not crack down Till you have all about them found; For bonds in many a high paying scheme Are not what they at first might seem And no matter how the bait may look It pays to watch out for the hook. The Iowa State Bank will help you find The worth of bonds of every kind. Iowa State Algona, Iowa si; Here arc all the good wishes we can think of, for your happiness and success during the New Year. May your business be successful, and your friends lie ever wtli you, and may whatever troubles you had in 1930 he absent this year. | Botsford Lumber Co. wwwwvvvyvvwyvv ALGONA, IOWA. 1 ',' V.*

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