VNOUI^INI BANQUET AtfiURTHEU) SATURDAY, NOV. 10 -«-- v..—v o—•• Auxiliary ant K- S^Wi ;A. sponsored an Armis 1 - tiee Day ibancjuel which was held at the school house Saturday eV* thing, Veterans of World War i and \Vorld War II and their wives t"*T 6 lh )& ed - About 80 attended J. L. Miller, commander of" the American Legion, made a talk'i acted as Waster of ceremonies. , A ;glrls' quartet, composed bf EUgena Riedel, -Helen Rachut, Beverly. Ditsworth and Evelyh Becker, sang "Daisies Won't Tell" and "Old McDonald Mad a Farm". Erna Baars accompanied. Shirley Lockwood played two flute solos. Colonel L. J. Fairbanks who Was to have given a talk, Was un* able to attend, so Clair Wolfe made an extemporaneous talk in his place, which was very good, The Rev. Ray K. Hill, pastor of the Presbyterian church, made an excellent address. f ' Wes Bemhard Home— • Wesley Bemhard arrived Friday after..a little more than three years service overseas. He .was in England a long time and recently was stationed near Paris. He received his discharge before coming home. M*ye to New Quarters— _ The R. J. Nealys moved Monday Into.their new living quarters .in the building which they recently built on the back part of the Idt where the old Graham implement building formerly stood. The rest of Y the building will be used as a hatchery. Marine Discharged— .Donald Hammerstrom arrived home Saturday from Great Lakes, •Where he bad received his discharge from the marines. He had been in the service about three years and had never been home on furlough. He served most if the time in the 'Pacific. Roland Lavrenz Home— • Roland Lavrenz arrived Monday .from Brigham City, Utah, Where he had received his discharge from the army. He served In Europe; where he was wounded a number of times, and where he was made a second lieutenant. • MrS. r. anniversary of Mr. and *t|8 the Leonard and ..__. DJtttner families and id M«. &' B. Dittmer we*e -jftday supper guests at the ... fiiltfier ftoitie. After vhtltini It. Morris* jjarent sat Oakland ie Morrises will go back to ttortfiftdrt, ft. ¥. their former home, ffcey toad been at Spokane apotit two years. 25th Anniversary— Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris and two children arrived Sunday from Spokane, Wash., for a short visit -with Mrs. Morris' brothers Arle Leonard and (Lawrence Dittmdr and families. In" honor of the 25th -.„—„.. jfioettcher began working at the McMullen Grocery Monday. The y and Jt Circle met Tuesday afterriobrt with Mrs/Isabel Steward. Mr; and Mrs. Arthur Irmscher, Golesburg, visited from Saturday to Sunday at the home of their sister*in^law Mrs. G. H. Wessel. Clinton Waltman, who ties been Working in Denver, Colo., came Fridaylo spend a week or-,two at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Waltman. Mrs.' Petra Larson, the Harvey Larsons ana the Edmund Larsons spent last Friday evening at the Franz J?eter home in Honor of Mrs. Peter's birthday. Harold Steward, Richard Lavrenz and Hugh McDonald spent the week end at Leon hunting quail. They found the hunting !ood and got their limit. Betty 'Bee dhristensen, who is now a technician at the Lutheran hospital in Des Moines, spent the week end with her parents' Mr and .Mrs. Jim Ohristensen. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Naumah and Mrs, L. «. Riedel were'Sunday dinner guests ^at the Henry Dacken home at LuVerne. Mrs. Nauman and Mrs. Riedel are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dacken. .The C. W. Reynolds and Herman Buesie families and Mrs: Ves Robinson, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests at the August Bollinger home. Carol Reynolds who had spent *he week end at home returned to Des Moines Sunday evenfng, Mrs. : Jfarvil Mitchell, Fairfield, visited from Thursday to Tuesday with Burt relatives. She and Mrs. Jessie Mitchell spent Friday at the Edmund. Larson home. Her husband «ame Sunday and she .went back with him Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Narvil Mitchell, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell,' the Quinten BjUstroms and the Otto Harlans were dinner guests Sunday at the Edmund Larson home. Velva Schipull of Lv Verne to Wed Minncsotan, November 18 ALGONA UPPER 0DS WOINES, ALGONA, IOWA. LuVerne: The marriage of Miss Velva Schipull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Schipull, and Fred Lupkes of Wheaton, Minn, Will take place Sunday morning, Nov. 18 in the Lutheran church immediately following the morning Worship services. Rev. Louis Wittenburg will officate. Velva is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Schipull. Mr. Lupkes recently received his honorable discharge from the army. Union Thanksgiving:— The Presbyterian, Methodist and Evangelical churches are having a union Thanksgiving service, Wednesday evening, Nov. 21 at 8:00 o'clock in the Methodist church. Rev. A. R. Smith, Rev. Robert Phillips and Rev. Paul Beckman will have charge of the worship service. Shower For A Bride— 'A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon in the city hall for Mrs. Ervin RamiiF, the former.Betty DeSmidt of Fort Dodge. 'Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Ed Ramus and her daughters Helen and Elizabeth, Owl Hunter. Thede Boysen .of Mediapolis must be the envy of all her friends for her "bravery". Recently, .she found <a 'large owl in her chicken house. She grasped it by the wings and carried it to the Archer elevator where Floyd Robertson killed it. The owl'had a wing spread of 58 inches; . YOU'LL iNJOY Betty Crocker Apple Crisp COME TO OUR DISPLAY FOR ' BETTY CROCKER RECIPE !." BANCROFT 'Kennedy Bros. Co. .Merrill Bros. Droessler Mkt. Hood's Grocery Mora "vo!w ways" along IN highways Shortages of Jn»npower, mstterlaji! and cquip* • went have .prevented your, telephone company from serving many farmer? »nd ptheri if prompt'' Jy as inno||n«il times. '* '~" ''' ' ;jput ther<? has been 9 |%;pj»»stp include mprc broadening netwp|Jf Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller 'have purchased the James Johnson house in the.north part of town. Mr and Mrs. Edwin Steussy of Foxholm, Minn., visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Anna Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Talford of Ottosen were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer. Helen Jean Stauffacher pf Titonka spent the week end at' the home of her grandfather Charles Miller. Earl Thompson of Eagle Grove spent the week end visiting at the home of Ms mother Mrs. William Thompson. Mrs. Ooyd Zentner of Humboldt spent the week end visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Ellis. Mrs. Frank Kendall of Fort Dodge spent several days visiting at the home bf her mother Mrs. Anna Ruberg. Mr. and Mrs. % Paul Knopf of Davenport spent the week end at the home of .his parents Mr. and Mrs. William Knopf. Rev. Louis Wittenburg attended a circuit meeting of Lutheran pastors Monday afternoon in the Lutheran church in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft and two children of Kanawha were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Blumer. Mrs. William Johnson of Amboy, Minn., spent a few days visiting at the 'home of her daughter and family Mr; and Mrs. C. W Cote. Ralph Blumer left recently for .Minneapolis where he is employ- 'ed., Ralph recently received his honorable discharge from the army. ; Dr. and Mrs. Everett Schultz and daughter Sally Jo of Pella spent'the week end visiting at the home of Ms parents Mr. and 'Mrs. Joe Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Christensen and two daughters > bf Fort Dodge were guests Sunday at the home of her mother ''Mrs' Anna Hanselman • • Mr. and Mrs. George »Kraft of Kanawha spent Monday afternoon visiting at the home of her mother Mrs. Anna Goetsch and also with her brother. Arlie. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Lichty and daughter, have returned tb Mason City after spending several days visiting at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lenz are the parents of a baby girl born Saturday evening in the General hospital in Algona. There is another child, a girl, in the family. Harold Ristau, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D, Ristau arrived home recently after spending three years overseas. Harold has received his honorable discharge from he army. .The Good Will Club has post- >oned its, regular' meeting until November 22, this meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Robert Hardcopf with Mrs. H. D. Ristau as, assistant hostess. .Rev, and Mrs. Lewis Wittenburg ?.9i« Nuadlne to °k Cpl. Kenneth Wittenburg to his camp at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, Thursday after he has spent a short fur lough with his parents. Mrs. David/Huff has receiver, word of the death of ' her brothe William Jensen, 'a 'farmer nea Webster City, His wife is the for mer Nettie Huff. Funeral services will be held Tuesday Afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rpy Valyick and son Irvwg of Ledyard were dinner guests Sunday at the home oi his sister and. family .Mr, and Mrs ft. p, Thomas, Marian Thonias o; T*tpj»k.a also visited Sunday at the home of her parents. ,.Mw Ems Griffith and Mr, and Mrs. Joe drifflth brought'Mr. a Mrs. Hal Rogers home after .they had spent several weeks In Nick* lasville, Ky. Mrs. Archie Sariford went with the Griffiths as faj 4 as Indiana where she will spend tWd week visiting relatives. ;••;.' ^ Mrs. Frank Chapman 'accompanied by Miss Franfce's Kabele of Goldfield, attended the regular meeting of the D. A. R. in Atebiia;, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Ghatomfth had charge of .the program : for ffie afternoon and Miss Kabeje Was the guest speaker, she spoke 'on "America, A. B. C." Mrs. Anna Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch arid daughter Doris were week end guests al the home of Mr. and Mrs* Joe Bowers -PAGE In Waterloo. Opl. Arlie Goetsch, youngest son bf Mrs, Anna Goetsch arrjveij in Waterloo Sunday morning front Camp Sheridan, 111.. Where he had received his honorable discharge. Arlie returned honie with his mother. Mr«. Chester Alme Ottowtt USWA Ho«t Ottosen: The United Service Women .of America met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Ernest Ertockson. Mrs. Chester Alme, president, had charge of the meeting'. • • Mrs., IxJran Daniels and Mrs. George Cooper were appointed to Work, with..the Legion Auxiliary in sponsoring -parties for service men returning from overseas. The group also ybted to spend $25 for •gifts .to the. Schick hospital-at Clinton. „'.,..- The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Mike Coyle. Mrs. Wm. Schrader went to Iowa City Friday to see her son LeRoy who has been a patient at the hospital there. TRY "APPLE CRISP" by Betty Crocker RECIPE AT DISPLAY Gold Medal "Kitchen-tested" ENRICHED FLOUR BURT McMullcn Grocery Smith Bros. COLWELL BROS. AUCTIONEERS Having sold the sale barn here in Algona, we will have more time to devote to farm sales. At present we have a good many sales already booked. If our. auction work meets your approval, aitd you are having an auction sate, we will be glad to sell your property. Graduates of Jones National Auctioneering School, Chicago, 111., class of 1913. Sold sales every year since. PHONE 445 44tf '.i <* Cake-Making Is ... j . --.. Wfef B V«i» j»f t Betty Cracker " ' '*'"~ '" : ..atopping on the apples this apple dessert »•>• Betty Crocker Apple Crjsp is one of the easiest desserts to ma^e , ,'. one pf th'e tastiest to eat! ' Baked sliced apples are co.vered with a spicy, crumbly mixture . , . a delicious, cinnamony topping that men say is "tops'*. Spring this delectable dessert on your family, and you'll be praised to the skies! Ypu'Jl'say: "Thanks, Betty Crocker!" < >:/•:,'' But— for Betty Crocker results— 6'e fire to use Gold Medal ''Kitt/jW'ttiteei" Enriched jflpur. From v/beat to sack, it's tested time arid again (including a test by our fhnqrtl Milk Betty Crocker StaJJ under "home" conditions), . • , , - ; . Gqta sack today.' Use it ia^// your baking. With the Betty Crocker recipes }n pvery sack, Gold Medal is your simpjeH, easiest, surest way to baking success. mixing time! Try the marvelous New'Betty Crocker '.. . Method with Gold Medal Flour. .You don't cream shortening ., .you don't beat .efigs! Use only one'bowl! .See recipe folder in sack for details.. Folders also 'contain recipes for pies; rolls, . cookios, tested by fletty Crocker Staff. • WHEAT-APPROVED W Serve Applt Crisp as a "simplified apple pie," Totes less ^t^ort.. .time..., shortening. .Delirious served warm from the oven with cream. THESE HINTS HELP 1. Use a/ork to mix the dry ingredients together with the unbeaten egg. Mix just until the mixture is ' crumbly. PO not try . to mash th'« ingredients together into a doughy muss. 2. Do not peel applet-* or you'll lose valuable vitamins and minerals found in, or next to the skin. Red peelings also add eye-> appeal. Wash apples, of course. ' Macaronl-Tpmalo-Ch«»i» Cajierole ' W^dflM pf lettgco With French Dre»$lng MILL-CHECKED ENRICHED RECIPE-PROVED General Mills . G«MC«1 M»U«. Inc.. Mlnoe»pold, Minn. KENNEDY BROS. CO, WJQESSLER'
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