The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1931 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 7, 1931
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The Upper Des Moities-Sfe; * * - _.-.;-.. i ,. j. J—_j_J-^iu^ talDYARD NEWS. Knotler was transacting bU- fcOna WediieSday. _ Quam spent the week «nd ' her parents at 'Roland. ? d Mrs ' Edward Knoner were Lakota Thursday eevning. SfiC'feenneth Stephenstfri spent >tlte WE end with her husband at Fen>n, _ i Jffj.&nd Mrs. Asa Warner srtetat nd&r'at the Pahish home in Blue Mrs - Ed Halverson spent 'ueStfay at the P. S. Johnson home at lan'CTMt. ; txlie Misses Barbara Wylam and Ploy t>H$ji Were callers at SWea City Bun- Ay-forenoon. fSfi tod Mrs. Mansmlth and child- en Spent the week end visiting with """ J "ie& at Newton. . k Carpenter and. daughter of spent Friday aft the D. A. r home here. i M& ( .jand Mrs. Ben' Gesche of El- iidHfjipent Sunday evnlng at the J. ft''welfare home here. ^SiteSt'Margaret Stephenson of Fen- tott. Sbent Friday here visiting with trfttr.<Kenneth Stephenson. ; MfflWm. Weinberger spent last reKBU^sitlng relatives at Milwaukee, urned home Thursday. Mrs. Herman Johnson and BHcelyn bpent Satujrday theXDi A. Carpenter home he~re. ' MS*.'"and Mrs. Jensen and daughter, Helen ( of Buffalo Center spent New Year's day at the Glen Yahnke home 'here, ' MrV and Mrs. L. R. Button and Mr. rand Mrs. Wallace McArthur of Algona spent* Sunday at the Ed. Campbell home'here. Mrti]L. W. Welmer and Bon, Wlll- •Ittin/atUJ Miss Janice Williams spent •the Jftek end vMtlng at the Guy -And6|6ibn home ln : Ackley. . . '-i$B«| boys' basket ball team played TitohKa at Tlfcdnka Friday evening. The*'local boys won and the junior lilglralso played and won their game, flftnjf D. B. Mayer and daughter, Marjorie, returned Sunday after hav- talrfipent a week at Waterloo visiting •.relatives and attending the funeral of heirigtandmdther. "^TOv^l Carpenter returned to Cedar , Rapids Saturday after having spent two'fjreeks here visiting his parents. '' tT * ll 9;y s Elvin's last year at Coe Colds he will be graduated in June. Fenton News Items Surprise Party— 'Last Friday about twenty-five wo- rten of this locality drove to Whittemore and Spent the afternoon With Mrs. C. W. Laurltzen, who recently moyed there. The event'was planned in- the nature of a surprise to Mrs. Lautitzen and when the women arrived • In Whlttemore, ; !$i6y were greeted with the sound of'"the flre bell, which caused them a little excitement as they feared Mrs. Laurltzen would Investigate the fire and discover them but as it happened she was not at home at the time so the women went In and made themselves at home and Mrs. Laurltzen was summoned. When she arrived she was very much surprised to fijid her home swiarmlng with Fenton people. The afternoon was spent In visiting. She was presented with a tapestry seated, mahogany rocker by which to remember her Fenton friends. The guests served refreshments which they brought with ;hem. Miss Ellen Wolfe and Mrs. Schoonhoven were the Whittemore guests. BANCEOFT NEWS , B6V. Charles Ernst was a business •W8lt*r at Mason City Friday. v |tfif. and Mrs. Charles O'Dell of Den- Colorado, are visiting at the A. home. |wrence Bergman, and Roy Mci drove tn Minneapolis Monday on "ness trip. Nick Gaul and children of visited last Friday with rela- and friends here. and Mrs. John Stoffel of Chi' visited a few days here at the Blpcker home the past week, and Mrs: J. Underkofler of Bel- arrived Monday for a visit at the of their son, G. S. Underkofler. Tom Larson and daughter of -visiting at the home of Spier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cutler; Miss Margaret Howe returned Friday from Baraboo, Wisconsin, where she visited with her friend. Miss Avis Hulterstrum. returned last week from Joliet, Illinois, returned last week from Jolit, Illinois, where they visited the past week with relatives. School began Monday after a two weeks' vacation enjoyed-by the pupils of, both the public school and the parochial school. John Brink returned Saturday from Dyersville : and Carroll, where he spent the past few days visiting with relatives and friends. ; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Delterlng are the proud parents of a baby boy born lagt week Tuesday., This is the first child in the family. Miss Myrtle Ashland of Ironwood, Michigan, returned to her home Saturday after having spent the past week at the Peter Berens home. The members of the B. Y. P. U. drove to Swea City on New Year's day, 'where-they were entertained at a party given by the Swea City group. A. J. Berens returned to Chicago on Saturday evening after having spent the holidays at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berens. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hatten drove to Algona Monday afternoon and visited at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. John Haupert and family. ' Mr, and Mrs. LeRoy Schiltz and daughter/ Betty Mae, spent Sunday at the home of the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Elbert at Algona. The banns of marriage were published at St. John's Catholic church Sunday for ithe approaching marriage of Arthur Sprank and Loretta O'Donnell. Mrs. Charles Skilllng and children of Windom, Minesota, are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Saunders and with other relatives. 1 Lumbert Delperdang of Glasgow, Montana,- arrived last week Tuesday for a visit wifch his mother, Mrs. Hubert Delperdang and with other relatives. J. B. Schiltz recently purchased the Merrifield residence in the north part of town and will take possession the first of March. The purchase price was $1300. . Ambrose Mescher, who is employed at. the Meredith dairy farm near Des Moines, spent New Year's day at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mescher. Mrs. L. j. Donnelly of Adrian, Minnesota, arrived Saturday for a few days' vWit with relatives. Mrs. Donnelly will be remembered as Miss Lorraine Johnson. Eugene Nurre returned to Oollege- ville, Minnesota, Monday to resume his studies after having spent the holidays at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Nurre. o. w. Miller and sons. Arthur and Hlohard of LjuVerne, vfcited 'last weejc Tuesday with, their daughters, and sisters, Lulu Riojfowdfc an,d Florence and Margari&t Miller. Raymond Brink; returned to Omaha T. O. Lively left Sunday for Rochester after a two weeks' visit at the J. F. Newel home. Miss Edna Laurltzen of Whittemore spent Monday and Tuesday with her 'riend, Miss Alcie Glaus. The Robert Kyle family spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. J. A. Furtney at Ceylon. Wilfred Sioeber spent from Wednesday until Sunday visiting some of 'riis college mates In Minneapolis. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Walte attended the funeral of Mrs. Robert Ketchen at EmmetsbUrg Saturday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. William Dohrer and family of Ayrshire were entertained at the Dr. J. T. Waite home Sunday. Miss Ruth Miller and George Laurit- 2en of Esthervllle spent New Year's eve at the home of Miss Irene Newel. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder motored to Swea City this week Monday where they attended a pastoral group meeting. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod and Stanley Munch were Sunday dinner guests at the LeRoy Boettcher home in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod attended a bridge party at the Clarence Weisbrod home near Rlngsted last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Dennis Smith . were Sunday visitors at the home of the former's cousin, Mrs. Roy Masterson near LuVerne. • Miss Vivian Huskamp returned to her work In Chicago last week afte'r spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoeber and family of Charles City arrived at the W. E. Stoeber home last Wednesday evening. They returned home Sunday. . - . -. Mr, and Mrs. G. M. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and little son, Sidney Bruce, spent New Year's eve at the H. P. Rasmussen home in Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kyle took their daughter, Ella, to Algona last Wednesday where she took the bus to Mason City to resume her work in the Park Inn cafe. , . . . . Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber had as their guests for dinner Saturday evening the Ralph Stoeber family of Charles City and the W. E. Stoeber family of this place. Glen and Alvin Kluss returned last Friday evening from Venice, California. The boys report the labor situation there and other places in the west much the same as here. < Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod visited with Mrs. Clarence Arnold at Kle'm- me Sunday. Mrs. Arnold was before her marriage, Miss Amelia Lenz and a former Fenton teacher. •. • The Women's Foreign Missionary so- cley will meet ithis week Thursday afternoon in the M: E. church parlor. The hostesses will be Mesdames C. G. Humphrey and R. C. Geotsch; The Frank Bailey family, Mrs. Kate Newel, the Dr. A. T. Whitlow family of Swea City and the Tom Ford family of Whittemore were dinner guests at the F. C. Bailey home on New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoeber and family of Charles City and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber and daughter, Gladys, were entertained at the O. H. Stoeber home in Armstrong last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk of Ottosen were Fenton callers Sunday afternoon. Mr. Van Buskirk was depot agent here at one time. They located at Ottosen last fall and drove over to visit old acquaintances. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel and sons, Wan-en and Franklin of Hartley, Mrs. Kate Newel, Mr. and Mrs. R.. -,C. Geotsch and son, Richard, Gordon and Verona- Welsbrod Were "dinner guests at the F. J. Welsbrdd'home Sunday: The afternoon bridge club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Chas. Newel Saturday. Mrs. H. E. Relmers won the prize of the highest score.' A delicious two course luncheon was serv.- ed at the close of the entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel drove to Waldorf, Minnesota, New Year's day for a visit at the Home of Mrs. Newel's sister, Mrs. William Ford arid to make the acquaintance of the new baby, which arrived recently at the Ford home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Relmers, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod and George Boefctcher were entertained at the R. N. Bruer home in Bancroft at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening.. The occasion was .Mr. Bruer's seventy-second birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Mente spent New Year's day at the Richard Voight home., at Welcome,,Minnesota. Lemma Voight returned'with them and la assisting ait the Wilbert HcMorf home during the Illness of their 1 daughter, Betty. •' • ' ' ' .The Legion members staged a stag party and oyster supper at the Legion rooms New Year's eye. Invitations were- extended toi the Legion members, their dads and the business men. About fifty were present. They were entertained at cards. A -good sized crowd attended the watch meeting at the M. E. .church, New Year's eve.- A social time was enjoyed by young' and old. At eleven- ithftrty devoWonals were Hsld. At twelve o'clock the bells rung out the old year and ushered in the new. Miss Irene Newel entertained the Misses Agnes Goetsch, .Frances Bailey, Viola Lighjt, Maxlrie and Hazel Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel, and Clarence Osborn of Seneca and Axel Peterson at cards on Friday evening. Refreshments were served after the games. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Welsbrod enter- 'ained T. O. Lively of Rochester, Mr. arid Mrs. Earl Osborn and Clarence Osborn of Seneca, Miss Irene Newel, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner and daughter, Lola, at cards last Thursday ovening. A two course luncheon was served after the games.* Mrs. P. H. Jensen and Mrs. H. H. Wlddell were joln,t hostesses at a five hundred party at the home of -Mrs. Jensen last week Tuesday afternoon. Guests were seated at five tables. Mrs. Herman Huskamp won thfe • prize for high score and Mrs. Wrn. Huskamp the cut prize. A delicious luncheon was served at the close of the games. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey drove to Pocahontas Sunday where they met their- daughter, Mrst. Harold Steadman and husband -of Carroll. Henry Edgar Steadman, who has been spending the holidays with his grandparents accompanied them and returned home with his parents, and Kathleen Lindsey, who has been visiting a,t Carroll, returned to her home here; Betty, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holdorf, has been seriously 111 with pneumonia. Miss Alma Madison, a trained nurse of near Lone Rock is attending her and she is -Improving. Harlan, who recently .underwent an operation'for appendicitis, had some trouble with the incfsion healing properly but is better now and he started back to school this week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McFall entertained their daughter, Mrs. J. Armstrong and daughters, Velma and Zona Ruth, and son, Gene, and Henry Newbar of near Wells, Minnesota, at a New Year's dinner Thursday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wolfe and daughteir, Edith, and MS 1 , and Mrs. Frank McFall and, daughters, Phyllis and Jeanette. The. Armstrongs returned home Friday. . . Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers were host and hostess at a' turkey dinner New Year's day. The following were the guests:'Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Woito of LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Larson and family of Ceylon,. Minnesota, Mr. Woito- and Mr. Larson are both managers of the Thompson Yards. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegner of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reliriers and daughter Mary Rae, of Ringsted were also guests. Mrs. H. P. Weisbrod entertained on Saturday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Iva, a student at Council Bluffs and Mrs. Nina Worrel and her daughter, Harriet .and baby son of New Market, who are spending the holidays here, the following guests: Mesdames Kate, Chas., J. F. and F. P. Newel, Raymond and W. E. Stoeber, F. J. Weisbrod, G. B. Johnson and Mrs. Ralph Stoeber of Charles City and F. E. Weisbrod of Emmetsburg. Games were played and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber won the prize in the guessing game. A delicous tray luncheon was enjoyed. The girls left. Monday via Rockwell City. VUWUWVWWWWWWfJf^^ $87.50 8-piece Dining Room Suite 60-inch Buffet, 8-ft. Table, 5 straight and one arm chair, either oak or walnut, regular $125.00. $115.00 8-piece Walnut Dining Room Suite 66-inch Buffet, 45x45 extension table, 5 straight and one arm chair, regular $165.00. $58.50 Quarter sawed oak dining table and six chairs, regular price $85.00. WJWW^MWUWVWVWWWWVVU^^ to resume his studies ait Creighton University after having spent the holidays with his father, Barney Brink, and with other relatives. Miss Mary Mescher, who is employed at the Straus Millinery Company at Des Moines, visited a few days last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mescher, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Priester of Whittemore visited last week Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. M. L. Schjltz and with other relatives and friends." -. Mrs. Bridget Quinn, daughters, Julia and Margaret, and son, Charles and Magdalen Lattimer drove to Emmetsburg Sunday where they spent the day visltng with relatives and friends. Mike Rustemeier, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fox and son and Mr. and Mrs,. Henry Rustemeier drove to Eagle Grove last week Wednesday, where they visited at the Wm. Rustemeier home. Lulu Richards drove to LuVeme on Wednesday, where she visited at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Miller. Her brother, Richard, returned with her for a few days' visit. Ernest and Lloyd Hutchj|nsQn returned last week from Chicago, where they visited their brother, Leonard, who is taking a course in electricity at the Coyne Eleottrical School in that city J. W. Height and P. O'Gailie of Mason City were visitors at the local telephone exchange Friday. Mr, Height is district manager of the Northwest^ ern Bell Telephone Company at Ma-l son City. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted. Klein underwent an operation: for ap-. pendlcltis at his home Monday inoro- | Ing. Dr. Devlne performed the operation, assisted by Dr. Wallace of Algona and Dr. Sartor of Titonka. LONE EOCK NEWS , The P. T. A. will hold their regular meeting January .22.' Frank Stebritz of Algona .visited at the Hawks home Sunday evening. Glen Sharp has been on the sick list the last few days with the flu. Mrs. W.' J. Cotton visited with friends at Esthervllle Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Maude Dean of Fenton visited at the W. C. Heiter home on Sunday. W. J. Cotton and Mrs. 'N. L. Cotton made a business trip to Gowrie Friday: The Sewing club will meet with Mrs, Jack Quinn next Thursday, January 1. The, Wm. Goche family of Bancroft visited at the John Sprank home Sunday. Mrs. James Wadsworth has been very sick with the flu the past few days. Mrs. Fred Genrich . helped at the Fred .Schultz store a- few days last week. .... -. ... '. . v. , .). Lawrence Rath spent the holiday vacation at the home of his brother, Wm. Paul Rath of Buffalo Lake, Minnesota, visited at -the'Ffed Rath home ... , ,. .. Donald. /^yestbflepf Minneapolis vis- Special Discount on all Dining Room Furniture for two days only ^Friday and Saturday Foster Furniture Co my&&a^&aatt&xc^^ ited. friends here from Thursday until Sunday. • ' Wm. O'Donnell went to Campus, Illinois, Sunday to visit relatives" for a fqw days. The. Legion Auxiliary will hold their regular "meeting in' the Legion room next Wednesday, January 14. .W. G. Flaig, who is driving a truck for the City Service Oil Company at Algona, visited in town Sunday. - The Jack Quinn family entertained Mrs. Bridget Quinn and. .children of Bancroft at New Year's dinner^ Mrs. John Ra/th and daughter, Neva and son, Lawrence, spent New Year's day at' the Harvey Rath home. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders and. Mr. and, Mrs. Carl Rath, visited at the James Acker-man home Sunday evening. The town basket ball team played ball with Whittemore Saturday night at Lone Rock, the score being 32 to 29 in Whitemore's favor. The basket ball girls'gave the basket b °y s a Party Friday nignt. Most of the evening was spent playing ball. All reported a good time.' Howard Blanchard returned to Brighton Saturday after spending two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard. ' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing left on Sunday tor' Campus, Illinois, where they will visit Oscar's sister, Mrs. F, Parlin and other relatives for a week. The J. M. Blanchard family attended a birthday supper at the H. A. Whitehill. home in Burt Thursday, it being Mr. Whitehill's seventy-eighth birthday. Mr.'and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt returned home from Sheffield last Tuesday and Mrs. Dransfeldt's sister, Georgetta, came back with them for a few days' visit. The following were Sunday dinner gueslts at the home of Mrs. John Rath: Henry Rath and family of Curlew, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hulburt and the Harvey ' Rath family. Donnle Blanchard, who spent the holiday vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, returned to Cedar Falls, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing. Mrs. Hugh Marlow had the 'mis- fortnue to scald her leg above the ankle with hot water one day last week. Infection set In and she has suffered with much pain. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich went to Nashua New Year's day with Mr. Genrich's niece, Miss Grace Hauck and Russell Hodge of .Algona, who were married at the Little .Brown Church. Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained the following for- dinner Sunday in honor of her son, Maynards' fifteenth birthday: Mervin Christensen, Coach Maty- nls, Ml£s Lewis and Mrs. Genrich of Algona. ' Mr: and'Mrs. L. R. Roderick and daughters went to Sheffield Wednes- day evening to take Mrs. Roderick's sister, Georgetta, back and spent New Year's day with her mother, Mrs: Margaret Davison. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Seegebarth 1 returned to Chicago Sunday after spending a week'or so with relatives here. Theiri little daughter, Phyllis, remained here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Pettlt. Doris Sanders entertained the following little girls at a sewing party Saturday afternoon: Marion and Dot Jensen, Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig, Doris Mae Blachard, Lucille Genrich find Katy Stebritz. Mr. and, Mrs. Fred Flaig entertained the following at New Year's dinner: Wm. O'Donnell and family, the Glen Bunt family of Burt's Lake, Frank Flaig and family, James Ackerman and family and Arthur Sprank and August Lampe. The Charles Schultz family of DeSmet, South Dakota, carne Saturday to visit the Fred Schultz family and other relatives a few days. They will return to their home Thursday. In the spring the SchuKtzes will move from DeSmet to a farm near Forest City. Mrs. Glen Sharp entertained the bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. The following members attended: Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Otto Jensen, Mrs, L. R. Roderick, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. Alfred Krueger, Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt, Mrs. Ernest Jensen, Mrs*. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Chris Godfredson of Ringsted, Mrs. Lawrence Nemmers of Bancroft and Miss Neva Thompson. SWEA CITY NEWS. (Crowded Out Last Week.) Wendell Eckholni and Harry Peterson are among the holiday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carlson enjoyed Christmas at the Carlson home at Algona. Miss Ellen Berg of Chicago spent the holiday with her mother, Mrs, A. Berg, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Heiken were the guests at the Ralph Miller home at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pretty and son are holiday guests at the W. O. Nelson. home. The "feather party" sponsored by Uie American Legion before Christmas was very successful. Miss Elna Berg entertained a group of college chums and friends at bridge Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kesler, Gail ana Darlene spent the holidays with relatives at Bolmond.- Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Nelson and, son of Gruver were. .Christmas guests at the W. O. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pehrson of Rapid City, South Dakota, is spending the week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Frakes of New Hampton enjoyed a few days at the Eckholm and Frakes homes. Roy Pehrson of Marshalltown is spending a few days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pehrson. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith of Algona ate their Christmas dinner with Earl's mother, Mrs. Anna Griffith. Rev. G. R. Seimans, the scoutmaster took a group of his bby scouts to Iowa Lake Monday where they enjoyed skating. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr and sons spent Christmas with Mrs. Myhr's mother, Mrs. Leona Belman of Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fults and D. W. Jr., and Virginia and Miss Meta Dreyer spent Christmas at the Claude Speiker home at Sioux Falls. South Dakota. Miss Helen Preston, home economics teacher, had the misfortune to break her ankle on Tuesday prior to tho Christmas vacation and is spending her enforced vacation at her home in Carlisle, Iowa. Miss Dorothy Christensen entertained at a birthday party on Tuesday evening. Twenty school mates enjoyed the courtesy and a social evening of games and cards was enjoyed by all. Lovely refreshments were served. Miss Lois James entertained at her home Monday night in honor of her friend. Guests included school friends. Games and rook were enjoyed until a late hour, and a lovely lunch was served by her motjhcr. A very good time was enjoyed by all present. The young folks who are attending college are enjoying their Christmas vacation at home. Among the college students here are Esther Smith, Elna Berg, Esther Anderson, Madelyn Eckholm, Theodora Hovey, Gail Weaver, Francis Poole, Allen Erlckson, Richard Kriimm, Alien P'oole, Donald Dourto, Gale Kesler, and Oliver Anderson. The next Joint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary will be held Monday-night, January 5th. This Is a benefit card party and the public is invited to attend. Refreshments will be served and prizes will be given the high scores. A charge of twenty-five cents per person will be made with playing to start at eight p. m. Theso card parties are proving very successful and a good time is In store for all who attended. A social round of functions marked the holiday sr-a.<-on with many families enjoying the privilege of having all their children at home for Christmas. The four c-huich programs Lutheran, Metliolist, Noiwegian Lutheran, and Baptist had record attendance at all their services. The American Legion Auxiliary was ( ut on Christmas morning delivering their boxes of Christmas cheui- to all who were ill or needy. The choir from the Lutheran church worn to all homes where folks were 111 and sang their Christmas carols, making the clay brighter for all who were unable to attend services at the different churchtj.i. Only for compiefe ELECTRIC VAPO R i z E R The famous, improved Turpo Electric Vaporizer costs only 23c. complete with live feet of cord and ready to use, when you buy a regular 75c jar of Turpo, the Vaporizing Ointment. A regular $2.25 value for only 93c. Breaks a Coid Right Up This Turpo Electric Vaporizer combination is ideal for colds, sure throat, sinus trouble, it is invaluable for children's coughs and colds, croup end congestion. Get it now. Don't delay! Mill Order. Filled lust send iia your name and addregg with a dollar bill. We pay postage. Lusby's Drug Store Algona, Iowa.

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