The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1931 · Page 9
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Eighteen Win Honors for S. S. Attend ance attendance tive years. Ruth and Robert Black have perfect records for three Theima Witham, Delia vears , and Eve yn Black, for two, with He- n Coleman Phvllis Colema ". H w P h . r H. Webster, Mrs. J. Helgens, Mr and . . , Mrs. Howard Witham and W T. SSLZT'ft" thC ltot M Coleman Is the youngest member of the group and Mrs. Helgens the old- !r A rule coun ting those perfect In o,, iS d 2, nc ? who are Present unless unavoidably kept away by sickness, would »»X 1 ™ C M r fS enl( ? deacon ' John Urch who would then have the honor of being: the oldest member of the group. It should also include his good wife who .has cared for him during his illness. Candidate for Mayor Makes Statement. 0. F. Specht, candidate for mayor of A te° na ' says regardless of the reports that have been circulated that he Is and always has been for municipal owernship of the light and water plant of Algona and for the enforcement of law and order and all things that tend to the betterment of Algona and the community and if elected will work for the best Interests for all concerned. Whittemore Girls Won District Tournament. Whittemore, March 24. Special: The great girls' basket ball team of Whittemore won the district tournament of 'Northwestern Iowa at Plover on The Upper Des Moines-Republlcan, March 25, 1931 ? f 2G games ' h,f h was ,K 8eneca by one basket but they reinstated themselves by defeating Seneca in the tournament bv the score of 24 to 17. The girls wiil BO to Des Moines Thursday to compete for the state championship. Their ,,? ame WU1 be wlth th e fast cen- terville team at seven-thirty Thursday night. Centerville's winning record is 26 out of 28 games. Coach Rochford is to be greatly complimented. on the splendid team he has pu: out and especially on the good sportsmanship that they show on and off the bfesket ball floor. The six regular members of the team are Carlisle and Behnke, forwards; Langerman Twins, centers, Meyer and Roeber, guards. Besides Whittemore, Audubon, Lamont, Aplington, Avoca, Danville, Cen- erville and Ida Grove will compete for lie state championship. We extend >ur congratulations to Whittemore and lope that they will win out success- ully. Theatre Chatter. Friday and Saturday Seneca, Ellsworth and by defeating Gilmore City ----The girls have a wonderful record this season winning by a very large mar- We have at some time or another old you about most of the attractions •hich are to be shown at the Call Theatre! for the (remainder of this 'eek and all of next. Thursday and riday of this week, the picture will e Joan Crawford in "Dance Fools ance"; Saturday, Gloria Swanson, in What a Widow." Sunday and Monay of next week you will have the pportunity of seeing and hearing Lawrence Tibbetts, great American bar. itone in "The Southerner.' You have all heard of "Fifty Million Frenchmen,' 'in which Olsen and Johnson of stage fame are featured. We understand that it is the kind of a show that is naughty but nice. The picture for Friday of next week is "Raffles" with Ronald Coleman and Kay Frances. The following Saturday's picture is "Gentleman's Fate," It is a John Gilbert picture, supported by Leila Hyams and Anita Page. Louise Wolheim is also a member of the cast. • * • Now we are going to tell you a few hit and miss squibs about our recent visit to the operator's box which is presided over by Walter Will and his assistant, Paul Frazier. We watched It's Easy Now to Have That Home for Your Family Don't continue paying rent and getting nothing hack for the money you spend. The Algona Building & Loan offers to responsible young couples the facilities for buying a house out of salary incomes. Let us help you finance your home on easy monthly payments. Our plan is practical for men realizing an even minor income. Let us tell you about our monthly savings plan. Algona Building & Loan 107 W. State St. A. L. Cunningham, Sec. Northrup, King & Co. are Advertising their Garden Seeds this week and so are we. For a complete line call at Akre's and don't forget our Globe Chick Starter, Scratch Grain & Oyster Shells For a few days only "Richelieu" and "Pure Quill" 50c Coffees will be sold for 39c per pound, A K R- E'S Walter thread up one of the machines with a reel of fllm, and if you ever thought learning, to thread a sewing machine was complicated, you should Just try to thread up the movie machine. The loops over the various small rollers can't be too loose nor too tight. They must be Just right, and Walter know how it is done to perfection. * * * After the picture was started we took a peek inside and watched the fllm run along at about ninety feet a minute which is something more than a mile an hour. Think of It, on a two hour show, two miles of film must travel through the machine. There are 1,000 feet of fllm on the average reel, which means that the machines must be alternated every eleven minutes. There are tiny black spots in the upper right hand corner of the picture which act as signals to the operator as the time approaches to change from one machine to the other. The change is made by Stepping on a switch which starts the second machine and stops the first one. There are two kinds of sound pictures, one for which the sound is recorded on a record and the other which carries the recording along the side of the fllm. We watched both kinds as the short subject sound was recorded on a disc and the main picture on the fllm. The discs are sixteen inches across and look like vic- trola records. However, they are played from the inside out while victrola records are played from the outside in. * » • It is n't until you have been in the operator's box a little while that you can clearly understand the sound which is magnified by some sort of a thing on the wall whose name we proceeded to forget after Walter had told us. In fact, we couldn't understand the talkie at all at first. About the time we were ready to leave it suddenly struck us that we were getting everything that was being said. the cell. There is a wee, tiny light ray which does the business. When the sound reaches the screen It is 10,000,000 times greater than when in the photo-electric ell. * « * Our visit to the operator's box was an entirely unexpected one, and to seq how everything worked proved great fun. The box is one of the best equipped in the state so now we think we have seen about all there is to see in the way of talkie equipment. Since we didn't upset the record when we opened the door, and apparently did no other damage we were given an invitation to call again. We are planning to do so after the new theatre Is completed and will tell you then how they fly the pictures. T New Spring RESSES for Easter Wear The sound is projected onto (screen through a photo-elctric New dresses for Easter Wear coming in every day. Our entire stock of new $15.00 dresses, high fashion dresses in all colors, all sizes for all occasions. The lowest price of the year for this Avcek only $9.85 tQ&GKXXXXCSX^^ WEST BEND NEWS. | XKlff8883$^^ E. H. Klisart was on the sick list this week. He has the quinsy. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter visited with relatives in Wesley Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gearhart and family motored to Emmetsburg Saturday evening. All the teachers attended the teachers' convention at Mason City over the week end. Miss Ruth Peters of Belmond was a jgjsltor at.the A. J. Jensen,home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Telford and family of Ottosen were callers at the Thorstein Satern home Sunday. Mrs. McCulloch of Eagle Grove was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hundertmark Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Edwards are the proud parents of a new daughter, born the first of the week. Mrs. Vltek of Omaha, mother of Mrs. Nevis Cuplin, was visiting the latter on. Wednesday, March 18. • Representative Alex Bonnstetter of Des Moines came home last week to attend a school board meeting. We are glad to see John Mikes around town again. He has been on visit to the home of his brother near Fairfax, Minnesota. The Catholic play, "Richard Beware was largely attended and well presen' ed. It was given March 19 in th high school auditorium. SErtnest AnilL'ler accompanied hi fathar, Emil Anliker, to Mason City o Tuesday. Mr. Anliker, Sr., will tak treatment for his knee in Wisconsin. The Delta Alpha society met at th home of Mrs. B. F. Bliss Thursda evening. The meeting was for th election of officers for the coming yea Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mikes, Roma arid Irene, Helen Cink and JuMa McFarland went to New Hampton o Friday to attend the basket ball tour nament. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riley and tw children, Laverita and LaVonne, wer callers at the home of Mr. Riley's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rlley on Sunday. The boys' basket ball team went to Algona Monday afternoon to have their pictures taken. They have work ed hard this year as their trophies will prove. There are several vacanles In the fire department that are to be filled. A meeting was held Thursday night in Wilson's hardware store. R. G. Wilson is the chief. Dave Brodlgan, uncle of Mrs. Adolph Montag and John Brodigan met with an accident with a train. Dave was seriously injured and John was killed Instantly. To tip off a warm winter with the irst day of spring came rain, which iie farmers have most wanted for a ong time. If It keeps up for a time, here may not be a shortage of crops. Thursday afternoon the high school tudents had the privilege of listening to the state games in the high school uditorlum. This was quite a privilege as some do not have radios in their lomes. The Epworth League play, "End of he Lane," will be presented March 27. t promises to be good and as the .dmlsslon Is small, 25c and 35c, there 10 doubt will be a large corwd in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Stover of Waterloo, parents of Mrs. H. A. Sloan, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary with twenty-seven relatives and friends present. Mrs. Stover is 76 years of age and Mr. Stover Is 77. Lot of dresses on sale for Saturday only Children's White Dresses $1.98 to $5.95 $4.95 . Ladies' Wash Dresses 69e to $1.95 Easter Hats $1.88 $2.88 /ZUCKCRMAN tore for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerman accompanied her and have been quite busy here and at that place since. Margaret Is doing as well as can be expected. The Lions club met in the high school gymnasium Tujtsday evening!. The color scheme was purple and gold. The gymnasium, was charmingly decorated by Alvln Maberry. The junior girls' home economic class served the banquet, directed by Miss Greells, instructor of the department. Tfrtmsdsy . aut ten tfcloek- another flre alarm was turned in to the chief. The home of Mrs. J. H. Bardsley was on flre. It was checked, however, befpre the flre did much damage,, although' It burned a hole in the roof. Ed. Nessen was injured when he fell from the fire truck. Mr., and Mrs. Guy Post and children, Gerald and Bobby .Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlrtz and daughter, Jean, were callers at the Sloan home Sun,day. Mrs. Post plans to stay while Mrs. Sloan .is ,in Waterloo with her parents, who observed . their " golden wedding anniversary March 16. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McOulloch and children of Independence, Missouri, ore visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hundertmark. They came for the funeral of Mr. McOulloch's brother, Warren W. McOulloch of Eagle Grove. Margaret Zimmerman was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital for an operation Mrs. John Simon at the Kossuth hospital is now reported doing nicely. . Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller were the guests Sunday at the L. H. Crawford home. Bonnie, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bosworth, was ill last wee! with a severe cold. Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Fraser, was absent from school las week, being ill with intestinal flu. Mr. and Mrs. N. Noren of West' brook, Minnesota, were visitors las week at the Oliver Bakken home. Thi ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley of Burt and Messers. and Mesdames Vernon and August Robinson were guests Sunday at the Harry Sabin home. Miss LuElla Potter, a junior at Iowa State College, at Ames, came home on Friday, it being spring vacation. Homer Lindhorst drove to Ames Thursday to bring home his son, Charles, a freshman at Iowa State College. Both returned to Ames Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Palmer have moved from Algona to the P. H. Har- rreaves tenant house; Earl Crouch, torn the Simon Henry farm.to a farm west of Whittemore; the George Dunns of Algona will move April first to the Henry farm. The Dunns have a little on four weeks old and Mrs. Dunn has een very ill with the flu. Mrs. Dunn will be remembered as Bessie Siep, ormerly of this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christ were Al-1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht and other i-elatives, expected to leave Monday for LaPorte, Canada, where he has been .farming for the past several years. George Adams returned home last week from, the hospital at Iowa City. George had the misfortune last fall to have his wrist cut on some glass, cutting some of the nerves, and he had to have his farm operated on. He is getting along nicely at this writing. T. M. Smith and H. G. Smith and son, Russell, of Rochester, Minnesota were week end visitors here at th? home of their brothers, John and Jas. LAKOTA NEWS. Several robins and larks have been een the past few days. Mrs. Ohas. Winter visited with rela- Ives at Fort Dodge last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. James Bruer were visors at Blue Earth last Thursday. Miss Emma Outknecht was a visitor t Mason City last Friday and Satur- ay. Mrs. Raymond Smith was at Aurella, owa, last week visiting her mother, Mrs. W. Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coleman were p from Algona Saturday calling on elatlves and friends. Those on the sick list the past week ere Mrs. Frank Miller, Betty Anderon and Joe Berschman. The Ernest Ts-asamar family and gona visitors last Wednesday. A class of twenty-two children will be confirmed at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning. Mrs. Fred Park was up from Algona last Thursday and Friday visiting with Mrs. Frank Miller, who has been ill. Claas Steenhard, who has been ill most of. the winter, is getting along nicely now and able to be up most of the time. """A; program'will be glVen next Sunday evening at the Presbyterian church by the junior department of the Sunday School. Mrs. Elmer Darg and Mrs. Otto Koppen were hostesses last Wednesday ev- ing to the Dorcas class of the M. E. Sunday School. The Ladies' Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will meet on next Thursday at the home of Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht. The Clyde Shipler family had the misfortune to Idse about fifty baby chicks last week when the brooder house caught on flre. Miss Lena Gutknecht, who teaches at Mason City, spent the week end here at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht. A large crowd was In town last Friday to .attend the market sale held by Col. M. B. Pringle. The merchants also put on specials for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bauman and little daughter of Algona were Sunday guests at the home of the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bertus Jansen. H. J. Berschman moved his old house last week, and is hauling brick and block and digging a new basement, preparatory to building a new house. Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr., and her mother, Mrs. Anna Coupanger spent Sunday afternoon with relatives at El- niore. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ukena and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland, will entertain the young married people's class at the church basement next Friday evening. Msr. Henry Guderian and daughter, Jean, and infant son, William, were up from Algona Friday visiting at the iiome of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Wm. F. Thaves. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht were here Saturday. Mrs. Specht visited with friends, while 0. F. attended a meet- ng of the directors of the Citizens' Savings Bank. W. F, Thaves, who has been ill for he past year, and who underwent sev- 'ral operations at the hospital at Iowa City, is able to walk up town once n a while now. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wiese received •ord last week from Decatur, Illinois, hat a second son, Richard Lee, had rrived at the home of their son, Mr. nd Mrs. Arnold Wiese. E. R. Worley drove to Mason City on Sunday morning to bring home Mrs. Worley and Donald, who had been visiting there since Friday with the lady's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bailey. Miss Marie Kline returned to Fairmont the latter part of last week, where she attends high school, after being home for several days suffering from an Infection In one of her knees. The J. E. Smith family enjoyed a visit last Thursday from Mrs. Smith's three sisters, Mrs. John H. Pink, Mrs. John A. Johnson of Buffalo Center, and Mrs. M. J. Lepley of Gary, Indiana. 0. J. Rippentrop Is recovering nicely now after suffering from blood poison for two weeks. He had a small sore on his hand, which became Infected, causing a large swelling under his arm, which Dr. Williams had to lance. Edward Gutknecht, who has been here since the holidays visiting his Their mother, Mrs, Mary E. Smith, came up from Algona Saturday night and accompanied them to Rochester for a visit. The members of the Acorn club were entertained Thursday at a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. I. E. Wortman, who was assisted by the Mesdames E. J. Woodworth, .S. powers and Miss Emma Gutknecht, who were the assisting hostesses. After the luncheon, a business meeting .was called by president, Luome Ley 'arid Wteir the given .by Mrs."Louise' Joht was enjoyed by all. {;, .which WWVWWlXVWWW. Start the Are the first hundred years the hardest 1 ? Perhaps not in a chick's life, but the kind of feed they get in the first few weeks determines the health and vitality of the bird. 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