The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 28, 1931
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The Upper Des Moines-Bepublican, January 28, 1931 Basket Ball Meet Rules are Changed. Lone Rock, January 27. Special: The Kossuth county basket ball tournament is to be conducted on a different plan this year, according to the school oflicials. Each tournament will be divided into four sessions. The first session of the girl' tournament is scheduled to be held at Lone Rock on Friday afternoon, February 20. The second session will be played Friday evening. No games are scheduled for Saturday morning. The semifinals are scheduled to be played Saturday afternoc|i and the finals will be played that same evening. The same procedure will be followed in the boys' tournament scheduled at Ledyard the following week, February 27-28. This method will lighten 'the physical strain on the players. , Algona Lost Basket Ball Game to Goldfield. The Algona high school Bulldogs went clown to defeat in a basket ball game here last Friday night at the lands of the fast Goldfield quintet y the score of 30 to 10. 'The Ooldfield boys were fast and rangy and had a long distance basket eve. 'which the locals could not cope with. All but one of their field pronls were mnde from the centor of thn floor Altroiin played a good punrcllnc prime close in but no tenm can guard nuainst lone distance shots like tho Goldfield bovs were sinking. The locals were handicapped by tho loss of Runchey and Van Dorstnu who became ineligible and their team work was no' as polished as It will be after more practice. The new men need exper- Start the new year wit hentertain- ment at ts best. A Coronado radio will bring it. All latest improvemnts Gamble's Play-Boy $49.50—model 72 $69.50—model 82 $99.50 complete witr tubes.—Gamble Stores. 33 Saturday Special FREE A 25c Box of Julia King CANDY To every customer making a purchase of ONE DOLLAR or more. Remember Saturday Only . The scorn at the half was LUSBY'S Drug Store ienne. Keister, a Goldfield guard, made six field goals out of nine tries. The center made four field goals and Agaard at guard made two. A capacity crowd attended the game. The Algona players were, Samp, Moore, Hargreaves Blnek. Cowan and Grosenbach. Friday Algona plays Eagle Grbve here and the spectators may be assured of a hard fought game and Saturday night Emmetsburg comes here for the first athletic contest since the> were defeated in 1925 by the state championship football team which was representing Algona that year. Emmetsburg and Algona always put on a good battle and local fans should be on hand to see the game. Samuel L. Greenfield Died on Sunday. Samuel L. Greenfield died at the hospital in this city Sunday morning, having been a patient there for the past two years, suffering with cancer. He was born at DeKalb, Illinois, and was seventy-nine years of age at the time of his death. He came to Iowa with his parents, who settled at State Center. Here he was united in marriage to Miss Emma Norris, who died in California, in 1919. About six years ago Mr. Greenfield returned to Kossuth county and until his illness became serious, he resided with his brother, William, at Irvington. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at two p. m. at Laird & Reimer s chapel and burial made in Riverview with Rev. A. English officiating. To Organize an Algona Rifle Club. A meeting was held at the Legion hall last Thursday evening and steps were taken to organize the Algona Rifle club to be affiliated with the National Rifle Association. Twenty-one were In attendance and it was decided to hold another meeting next Friday evening at the Legion hall at eight o'clock at which time fifty or more are expected to take a part In the organiz- a LuVerne has had a similar club for a number of years and now ranks as one of the outstanding and best clubs In the United States. All interested in having a rifle club In Algona are invited to be present at the meeting next Friday evening. Arnold Schumacher Buried Last Week. Bancroft, January 27. Special: The many relatives and friends of Arnold Schumacher were deeply grieved and shocked to hear of his sudden death at the Kossuth hospital at Algona. He had been out to the Albert Schiltz farm a week ago Thusrday helping saw wood, when one of the newly sawed boards fell down in front of the whirling blade, was cnupht by the sharp toeth and wns hurled directly at him, ptrikintr him with such force that his skull was crushed. Dr. Devine gave him first aid treatment here and then rushed him to the hospital at Algona where an operation was immediately performed and splinters of bone removed from his brain also portions of his brain. He rallied after the operation and was getting along nicely until Monday evening when he contracted a cold 'and suffered a relapse, pass- in? away at nine o'clock Tuesday morning." The remains were brought to the family home west of Bancroft The deceased fcas born at Whittemore in 1912. He attended St. John's school and during the summer assisted his father with road grading. He Is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher, two sisters Mrs. Elmer Dole of Rochester, and Mrs. Lawrence Menke of Bancroft, one brother, Albert. One brother, Harold preceded him in death. Funeral services were held at St John's Catholic church last week on Thursday at nine o'clock, Rev. J. D Fisch officiating. Interment was made at St. Michael's cemetery at Whittemore. Six cousins acted as pall bearers. A number of relatives and friends from out of town attended the funeral. )arrold Newville Reported Very 111. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Newville were called to Ames Monday evening because their son, Darrold, who was operated on for appendicitis, was worse and pneumonia had set In. As we go to press his condition had not been [earned. WHITTEMORE NEWS. H. F. Helmke is sick at his home in the city this week. Edward Fandal and John Cullen came home Sunday from the seminary at St. Paul for a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Elbert and family are moving into the tenant house on the Simpson farm north of town. The Merrill Rawson family left on Saturday for their new home in Eagle Grove. Mr. Rawson recently purchased a Ford garage at that place. Francis Bestenlehner, son of Frank Bestenlehner, who has been ill with scarlet fever, is now Improved. The Bestenlehner home Is Still under quarantine. Helen Farrell was over from Forest City to spend Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Nell Farrell. She was accompanied by a friend, Miss Genevieve Carr of Clear Lake. Lawrence Erlach, who recently opened a car service^ shop on west main street sold his business to Mr. Beck Public Auction Sale** February 3—Frank Besch, two miles north and three miles west of West Bend. Colwell Bros., auctioneers. February 4—C. J. Houseman, two and one half miles east of Armstrong. Bred sow sale. February 4—H. S. Fain, two miles north of Emmetsburg. Bred sow sale. Febmary 17—Henry Juchem, five miles west of Algona on Sullivan & McMahon farm. L. A. Matern, auctioneer. Mrs. Dailey to Move Beauty Shop. Mrs. Edythe L. Dailey has rented the five front rooms over the Bloom and Council Oak stores and will move the Marigold Beauty Shop I to the new location March IS. Work on the new quarters will begin at once. There will be a separate drying room, permanent waving room, reception hall, large work room and facial room, with outside ventilation in all rooms. The Marigold Beauty Shop H will be moved into the present quarters of the Shop I over the Iowa State Bank. Most of the present fixtures of Shop I will remain where they are with the exception of the permanent waving machines. Shop I will continue to have the Eugene and Realistic waving machines and Shop II will use the new combination Frederic machine which Mrs. Dailey has just recently purchased. The new shop is to have modernistic fixtures and will be decorated in ivory, orchid and black. Mrs. Dailey, Wildin Wrestles Bauers Friday Eve. George Wildin, the well known Cresco wrestler, will tangle with Frank Bauers of Swea City at the Orpheum Theatre at West Bend next Friday night. Wildin has made quite a name for himself in wrestling circles and those who attend the match are assured an exciting evening. rand Opening Saturday, January 31st of the Corner Grocery & Meat Market with a full line of Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables. . SPECIALS FOE OUR OPENING DAY Lone Rock Couple Married in Bancroft. Lone Rock, January 27. Special: Arthur W. Sprank and Loretta O'Donnell were married Wednesday, January 21, at eight o'clock a. m. at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft by Rev. J. D. Fisch. Arthur is the youngest son of August Sprank, well known resident of Bancroft and is an implement dealer at Lone Rock. Miss O'Donnell is the youngest daughter of Wm O'Donnell, prominent farmer of the Lone Rock vicinity. The couple were attended by William R. O'Donnell, brother of the bride as best man and Rosalia Walsh, a friend of the bride and groom, as bridesmaid. The bride wore a gown of white crepe satin and bridal veil to match. The bridesmaid wore a rose canton crepe satin dress with hat to match. After February 1st they will be at home In Lone Rock to their many friends. Seneca Won and Lost in Basket Ball Games. Seneca, January 27. Special: Seneca boys and girls basket ball teams played the Bancroft teams last Monday night at eSneca. The girls' game was rather slow, however Bancroft put up a good attle as they have a very peppy team nd show good pass work. Two of the ocal girls regular players were off the earn due to illness. Halversom, ,as niard, /played avery feood game; The Seneca girls were victorious. The local boys were beaten by one int 22 to 23. This game proved in- eresting only in the last few minutes f play. The Seneca team did not put up their usual battle, they being again mtsized by their opponents. S. Knut- ion of Swea City«refereed both games. Methodist Church. The gospel team service presented by the Epworth League last Sunday evening attracted a good audience and was of exceptional interest and value The young people speaking on the program were Alberta Grosenbach Margaret Lease, Richard Norton, Robert Richardson, Bernice Dearsch Helen Parsons, Gladys Rising, Mar garet Vigars and Helen Morrow. About fifty Epworth Leaguers attended the 5T,reei; suiu Ills uuomcoa IA/ IM.I . jj\.*~n ».w..7, v — —•— - • who operates an implement shop in assisted by Beulah Hartshorn, and lat- --- -- - er an additional operator will have charge of the new Shop I and Mrs. Dailey expects to have two new operators in charge of Shop II. The new drying room is to be especially equipped for the comfort of the patrons. Everything will be furnished for a manicure if the customer cares to beautify her finger nails while waiting for her hair to dry, or she may write letters on stationery that will be furnished by the shop. With the completion of the new salon and the readjustments in. the other shop Mrs Dailey will have one of the finest beauty shop establishments in this part of the state. CANNED FRUITS the Higgens building. Mr Erlach'will remain with the firm as a mechanic. Announcement wfis made Sunday at St. Michael's Catholic church -of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Luella Foxsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Foxsen and Dee Oswald. The marriage will take place early in February. Mary Alma O'Brien, who'has been very ill at the home of h°r mother, Mrs. James O'Brien, is omewhat Improved. Mary Alma is a senior at the academy and coach of the girls' basket ball team and' her classmates are anxious for her to return to school. Word was received last Wednesday of a fire which partially destroyed, the Timothy O'Brien garage at Lawler. It is thought that the fire started from a blowtorch. The interior of the building was gutted by fire and two cars which were stored in the building were damaged. Mrs. Ethel Munch arrived home on Saturday after visiting for fourteen months with friends and relatives in Montana, Washington and California. Mrs. Munch visited'all the western cities and took many sight-seeing trips. Her many friends are glad that she had such a pleasant trip and welcome her home again. *" Clem Hogan is having a farm sale and he and his wife will leave soon for the east where Clem will join his brother-in-law, Roy Johnson, in the enlarged picture business. A farewell party was given for Mf: and Mrs. Hogan at their home one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Semon and Mr. and Mrs.- James Hogan also en- ertained a few friends afdinner last veek in honor of the Hogans. Ralph Schumacher, John and Chas. Kollasch, Oscar Frieden of—West ' service. All members and friends of the church are very earnestly urged to be present next Sunday morning for both Sunday School and morning worship This is the last week for reading the book of Psalms in our Sunday Schoo School Bible reading campaign. A large number have completed their readng for January and will be ready to start another book in February Help us to reach our goal of 400 fo Sunday School attendance next Sun day and plan to stay for communioi service at the morning church hour Mr. -Des- High School Band Concert for Tonight. A concert by the Algona high schoo orchestra and band will be held this evening at the high school beginning at seven-forty-flve. This is the first concert to be given by the group since its organization. The group is under the direction of Clifford Johnson, Algona band director. Big Trees Also Grow in Iowa. California boasts of her big trees, climate and roses. Iowa has told the world of her fertile fields, big hogs and tall corn. This year Iowa put California to shame on climate and now comes Henry Lichter and C. Dreesman who tell about big trees In Iowa. These two men were cutting timber on Mrs. Arend's land near the state park and cut down a soft maple tree that measured five feet and three Inches across the stump. Of all that Is good, Iowa has the best and biggest. Market Trip Chatter Chrischilles & Herbst We leave for our semi-annual market trip Saturday night, January 31st. If you have spring dress problems; won't you call "Golda" at 281 and let her select your wardrobe from the most beautiful lines we see in market. So many women have come to rely on Mrs. Minkler's judgment and they are always satisfied with her choice. Here's a service that ought to mean a lot to every woman who trades in Algona. No "high pressure" salesmanship—no "hot air or "bologna"—just courteous, painstaking effort to please and satisfy. So if you want any ideas about your new dress or coat, do not "hesitate to call No. 281 and let us help you. And while we're gone, Mrs. Hardgrove will be "boss" of the ready-to-wear, lota tl L \_7 » V; U ±1.*. r~t \J r-f •-••-- — v * 1 I of pretty house frocks to interest you for light now. Come in. WWWWWVJVM^^ koines Friday on business pertaln- ng to life insurance. While there John Kollasch and Lawrence Schumacher submitted to an operation for ,he removal of .their tonsils. They returned home Sunday. Charles Kolasch was operated on for hernia and will remain there for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell entertained a large number of young people at their home Sunday evening in honor of their daughter, Gertrude; The affair was in the nature of a surprise and was a very enjoyable party. Miss Gertrude leaves next week for St. Paul where she will enter St. Joseph's Mercy hospital to take a nurses' training course. Miss Farrell has been guest of honor at several affairs given for her during the week. Mrs. H. E. Woodward left last Tuesday evening for Rochester, New York, where she was called by the death of her sister, Miss Ruth McCarthy. The young lady was stricken with a heart attack while in a car with two girl friends. She was taken home and died before a physician arrived. She leaves her parents and one brother, who live in Rochester and one sister, Mrs. Woodward of Whittemore. Miss McCarthy was a teacher in Rochester. CLASSIFIED ADS. The rate per word for advertisements in this column is 2c paid in advance, 3c if charged. Oa^h must accompany all mail orders. Initials count as one word. Minimum charge, 25c. CRESCO NEWS. | gsassssoss^^ The Harry Sabin family spent Sunday with relatives in Algona. Clifford Worster, a student at Des Moines spent Saturday, and Sunday with home folks. The Aid society held a covered dish luncheon last week Wednesday at the C. H. Potter home. The George Bruellmari family moved last week from the W. H. Brandow farm to the J. L. Gerber farm near Whittemore, just west of the A. E. Clayton farm. Several from this vicinity attended the funeral Monday afternoon of Jess Greenfield at the Laird & Reimer Chapel. He was the uncle of Mrs. Wm. Runchey. •,..-.•. Mrs. Martha Potter spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of^her son, L. DfPotter. The Dr. L. D. Potter family of Storm Lake were also Sunday guests there. Mrs. O. S. Moore accompanied Dr. and Mrs. Fraser to Ames Friday and the latter's son, Walter, a student at Iowa State College, came back with o Ames Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hogan held, their closing out sale Wednesday of last week. Neighbors and friends gathered at their home the previous evening- and extended farewell greetings. Mr. and Mrs. Hogan are going to Florida via Washington, D. C. Clem is to be a salesman for a portrait company with his brother. The regular, annual meeting of the Algona Cemetery association will be held at the office of the secretary on Saturday, February 7th, 1931, at four p. m. All lot owners are invited to be present. 33 M. P. WEAVER, Secretary. books for sale at the Upper Des Moines-Republican office only a few left. 32-tf WANTED—To rent small house in Algona, or would buy small place on easy terms. Inquire Printer, this office. 33 FOR SALE—1929 model A Ford coupe, 1930 Chevrolet coach, 1929 Chevrolet coupe.—Algona Body & Fender Works. West of Court House. Phone 391. 33 Special price on beef by the quarter. —C. S. Johnson, meat department. 33 UNION NEWS. ours 1(0(1 15151515 Pilied BBBH _______ 33c KBBB -— 33c BBBB -33e ___33c Cher- 33c rics, I'Yiiiis, Salad, BBBB - 28c VEGETABLES Corn 10c Poas 10c Turnips 10c Siring Px-ans 10c Kraut 10c Pumpkin 10c CRACKERS AND COOKIES Soda Crackers, 2 11). 28c Tom Thumb Wafer, 2 Ibs. _____________ 30c (iraham Crackers, 2 Ibs. - ____________ 30c Lindv Asst. Oookies25c Oyster. 1 Ib. __17c Small Cans drape Fruit 'Peaches 10c 10c 10c pears _____ - _______ 10c Pineapple --------- 10c Fruit S 0 ^ul ------ -10c Orange .friute ------ 10c FRESH MEATS Pork Steak 20c Pork Chops 25c Pork Sausage 15c Hamburger ---> 15c Pork Jvoast, shoulder 18c Lard, 2 Ibs 25c Country Style Sausage 20c ST. JOE NEWS. MACARONI SPACJIIKTTI F(K! XOODLFS 3 pkgs. 23c You arc- produce. .•Iconic in our .siore. Wo sell for cash or H. R. Sorensen A Home Owned Store. Phone 139 Algona, Iowa. ;• yVVVUWVWbVbrVWVWMWft^^ FOUND—A small bunch of keeys the other day. May be recovered by the owner by calling at Upper Des Mones- Republiean and paying for this notice. 33 Mrs. Joseph Meyerhofer was on the sick list for a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kellner were Algona shoppers Wednesday afternoon. Margaret and Andrew Erpelding were shoppeiis at Algdna one day last week. Rev. Geo. Theobold was a visitor at the Catholic parsonage at Clare last Wednesday. Angela Erpelding of near West Bend visited at the Peter J. Erpelding home for a few days last week. Quite a number of people of this vicinity attended an old time dance at Whittemore Wednesday evening. Friends of Joe Melavin of Livermore were surprised to hear he was stricken with a paralytic stroke one day last week. Mrs. Frank Kockler, George Kockler of Swea City and Mrs. Anton Wilmes of Bancroft visited at the Geo. Thul home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker entertained a group of friends and relatives at an old time dance last Friday evening. Music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armstrong of Livermore. A dainty luncheon was served afterwards. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Devine, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gales entertained a group of their friends at a card party last Tuesday evening. Five hundred was played at seven tables. Rev. G. Theobold and Mrs. Chris Gales held thj high scores and Mrs. John Becker and Alphonse Berto. low scores. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul entertained a group of their friends at cards on Thursday evening. Five hundred was played at six tables. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. George Lenertz, Mr. and Mrs. J W. Hewitt of Livermore and Mr. und Mrs. Ted Wagner of Bode. Rev. G. Theobold and Mrs. Adam Kramer won first prize and Wm. Devine and J. W. Hewitt cut prize. A dainty two course luncheon was served by the hostess. The Quarantine for scarlet fever has aeen lifted at the Herman Uau home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ward entertain- d the Halcyon club last Friday evening at their home. Louis Bode accompanied his fath- in-law, John Lamuth of Algona to New Ulm, Minnesota, Monday. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Win, Harrison was quite sick a few days last week but is better at this writing. Mrs. Floyd Reibhoff and baby daughter returned to their home here last week from the Kossuth hospital in Algona. A number of familes attended a dance at the hall at Sexton last Friday evening, which was given by John Steil, Frank Erdmann and the Joe Arndorfer fam'lles. The annual telephone meeting of lines number two and twenty-six was held at the Schenck school house on Tuesday at three-thirty p. m. Harry Ward is president and Joe Ricker secretary of this organization. Bernard and Robert Keefe and their sister, Dorothy, motored to Winnebago, Minnesota, last Friday where they visited their brother, Leo and family. The boys returned home Saturday but Dorothy remained until Sunday when she left to resume her duties as bookkeeper for Brown & Bigelow at St. Paul. Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in northeast Kossuth county, wonderful opportunity. Make $8 to ;20 daily. No experience or capital needed. Write today, McNess Co., Dept. Freeport, Illinois. 33 FOR SALE—Elkay Senior Six radio 24, R. R. 2, Ringsted, Iowa. 32-33 FOR RENT—Two furnished light housekeeping room. Close in. 108 W McGaregor.—G. E. Van Dorstan. 33* "Algona's Wife Saving Station." Kirch's Laundry. Phone 267. 50-M Money to loan on town property.— M. P. Haggard, Algona, Iowa. 13-t" FARM LOANS AT 5</ 4 % INTEREST City residences and farms for sale. List your property with us. MURTAGH BROTHERS. Licensed Real Estate Brokers. Wildin who has been ill at the home of her near Whittemore, to 'her home week Uefore ast and is now able to be up and around. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter of Seneca were guests at the J. M.?C6x home ast week Wednesday when the Cox amily entertained in honor of their fortieth wedding anniversary. They received a beautiful floor lamp as an anniversary present. W. H. Brandow and family moved jack to their farm here last week on Wednesday from Chapin, having sold ;heir farm there. The eldest daughter, Marie is teaching school near Chapin. Mildred, a high student, entered Algona high school Thursday. THE CHEERFUL SERVICE STORE Dated Seal Brand Coffee Sale, for a limited tune 39c Buy what you want Kraft's Cheese, all kind and makes 20c per package Say Velvecta, we will know what you want. WWVWWlftftft New Children's DRESSES FOR SALE—Elkay Senior Six radio with all new tubes. Western Electric cdne speaker, R. C. A. eliminator, Tungar 2 ampere charger.—Lon ~ Wright, phone 847-J. A sound investment paying six per cent Interests-certificates of Indebtedness of the Kossuth county agricultural association. Certificates can be had in any demnomiriations. J3ee an officer of the association fass, secretary. P. P. Zer- 33 FOR RENT—Modern house, Immediate possession.—Guy Mantor. GOOD HOPE NEWS. The new song books for use in Good Hope services of worship have arrived and were used for the first time last Sunday. The hour of worship on next Sunday will be devoted to getting acquainted with this new book, learning new songs and interspersing the service with other appropriate features. The Ladies' Aid society meeting at the home of Ethel Smith brought out a full attendance of the membership. In addition to the transaction of important business it was the occasion of much social enjoyment. The hostess was assisted In entertaining and the serving of a delicious luncheon by her sister, Mrs. Glen Zwlefel, cooperating hostess, and by other relatives. FOR RENT—Furnished modern. Phone 51-J. apartment, 32-tf FOR SALE—logold seed oats. Free from barley. Some spring wheat.— Sam E. Mogler, West Bend. 32-33 f FOR RENT—Modern furnished 3- room apartment for light housekeeping.—A. W. Sigsbee, phone 488-W. 33* Oh My! CHOP SUEY at Quick Lunch We call your attention to this beautiful new spring line of children's wash frocks. The prettiest, snappiest, largest showing of juvenile dresses ever presented in Algona. Prices are at the new low level, the lowest in years, selections are complet — don't delay buying now. .100 1.68 1.95 All sixes froin 1 to 3—2 to 6 and TJo 14— in the right styles for the various ages. Be the first to -make selections. laterally hundreds to pick from.

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