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Thie Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona. Iowa, May 6,1937 ARMSTRONG NINE LOSE.RINGSTED Emmet Title Decided In 5 to 2 v Grame on Friday Armstrong: The Armstrong boys' baseball team lost the county title Friday afternoon at Ringsted to the Ringsted team's power. Seven innings were played and in the first Inning, Armstrong made only one run while Ringsted brought in four. In the fourth Inning both teams brought in one each and the score was still that way in the seventh Inning with Ringsted leading Armstrong 5 to 2. This year's team is composed of Jimmy Vigdahl, Harold Mitchell, Howard Ortmeyer, Joe Camden, Bob Fitzglbbons, Orla Larson, Oscar Carlson, Norman Olson and Arden Jongberg. Theodore Weiby, the regular second baseman, was operated on Tuesday at Estherville for a ruptured appendix and so he was unable to participate with the team Friday. Fern Beers and her father, J. S. Beers of Paullina visited over the week end at the Wm. Leach home. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmiter motored to St. Paul Saturday to spend the week end with their daughter, Irene, who Is a beauty operator there. Solicitors received $74.75 to finance the high school band's trip to the state music contest Thursday, May 6th. Word baa been received here that Earl Josten of Klemme and Miss Faye Lee of Des Moines will be married on June 2nd. Mr. Josten formerly was the band director here. Baccalaureate At Lone Rock Sunday; Graduation Monday Lone Rock: Baccalaureate services will be held Sunday evening at the high school auditorium, the Rev. T. D. Ahrends delivering the sermon. Commencement exercises will be held next Monday evening in the auditorium, the Rev. R. R. Brown, Omaha, delivering the address. Gust Kraft spent Sunday at the Fred Kulows, Fenton. The Emil Krafts spent Sunday evening at the Herman Dreyers, Fenton. Blanche Henriksen spent the week end at her parental home, Ottosen. Mrs. Carl Wiebusch left Sunday evening for Omaha, where she has employment. The Dclmar Angus family, Algona called last week Tuesday at the N. L. Cottons. N. L. Cotton attended a meeting of the Allied Mutual Company at Algona Friday. G. A. Sharp and Wayne Tyler, Algona, spent the week end at the Russell Sharps. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt, Good Hope, were Sunday evening guests of the Frank Flalgs. Mrs. Ora Hulbert received medical attention at the Iowa City hospital last week Tuesday. Thomas O'Donnell attended the funeral of Joe Sherman, Jr., at Bancroft last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith, Fender, Neb., spent the week end with the Rev. T. D. Ahrends family. The Eugene Pearsons were last Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Weigel, Austin, Minn., spent Sunday at the FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAY 7-8 I BABY BEEF ROASTS We have your delightfully tender roast for I Sunday. Its a real pleasure to carve these lean I boneless roasts. A special price of 22c per Ib. I for the week end. . I PORK ROASTS Boasts weighing from 3 to 7 Ibs. cut from neatly trimmed Boneless Smoked Picnics. Our week-end price is 25c per Ib. SWJSS STEAK A suggestion that should quicken your appetite — a Spanish style Swiss Steak made with a thick tender boneless slice of veal round steak. For this sale a special price of only 23c per Ib. VEAL CUTLETS Lean tender boneless slices of veal to pan fry. Also nice cuts for those delicious veal birds. For this sale the price is 23c per pound. | PORK SAUSAGE You smack your lips in anticipation when told you will have Robb Ross Pancakes and fried sausage for breakfast. Bulk Sausage at a special price of 16c per Ib. GENUINE GEDNEY DILLS . .each4c Frosted Cookies Bright, attractive assorted cookies. Delicious round cakes topped with pink and white frosting. For this sale a price of 2 Ibs. for 27c. Flour Special For the week end we have a special price on Guaranteed Flour. Two tried and tested "all purpose" flours that bake more light, white loaves per bag. "White Loaf" at $1.74 and "First Prize" at $1.59 for the 49 Ib. bag. Sweet Prunes j Fancy, large, plump, meaty prunes. The var- j iety that requires but little sugar. For this sale [ a special price of 3 Ibs. for 22c. j Hershey's Chocolate A special price of 9c on the l / 2 Ib. cake of Her- j shey Baking Chocolate. Buy a supply at tliis price for chocolate cake, pie and pudding. Salada Tea Special price for this sale on the tea with a world wide reputation for quality. % Ib. Black Tea for 31c and the Y 2 Ib. Green for 27c. Brown Sugar Golden brown sugar for making pancake syrup and caramel cake frosting. You should buy one or more 2 Ib. bags at our special price of lie per bag. Post Toasties Thick, crunchy toasted corn flakes that remain crisp under milk and cream- The large carton at a special price of lOc. "Red Bag" Coffee We grind this "Always Fresh" coffee so you can make coffee by your favorite method with- I out waste. The favorite coffee in thousands of I homes. Try it at the sale price. Pound 18c or 3 Ibs. f or 52c. American Lye I American Lye for softening water, removing I dirt and for a disinfectant. The regular size I can at the special price of 7c. Henry Kuecks and Bernard Jensens. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich and son, Bernard, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hillman, Welcome, Minn. The W. C. Hellers were Sundays guests at the M. H. Heiters, Livermore. They als Dave Loogues there. The Mothers club will meet next Wednesday with Mrs. E. M. Jensen, Mrs. W. G. Flaig and Mrs. Frank Flalg assisting. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross spent week end with Mrs. Gross' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bartholomew, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Michel Elbert, Algona, spent Wednesday with Gladys and KAth- ryn Stebritz, the latter returning with her coming back Thursday. Mrs. Adolph Seeger and children, Albert Lea, visited last week Tuesday at the Frank Macumbers. Mrs. Albert Kressin accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen attended the funeral of Enos Worthington at Mallard, Sunday. Arthur Mallory, Clear Lake was a week ago Wednesday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Rice spent Sunday with relatives at Hampton. H. E. Micka, N. L. Cotton, E. M. Jensen, M. O. Richards, J. M. Blanchard and Clarence Householder attended a Masonic meeting at Burt last Tuesday evening. The Bernard Leepers and Mr. and Mrs. Will Leeper and son, Roy, Dodge Center, Minn,, left last Thursday for Phoenix, Arizona where they will make their home, Mrs. Calvin Householder and Mrs. Edwin Allen, Swea City, spent last week Wednesday at Mason City. Ellen Wolfe and Lyle Allen Swea City, spent the day at the Householders. Margaret Gladstone accompanied the Otis Sanders family to Renwick Sunday where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barton. They also visited other relatives and their daughter, Beryl. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hill, sons Wilbur and Ray and Lee am Wayne Dutcher all of Plymouth and the Gilmore Llngren family Lohrville, were Sunday dinner guests of the Charles Hill family. The Delmar Angus family, AI gona, nnd Mr. and Mrs. M. E Blanchard were Sunday dinne guests of the Lawrence New broughs. Mrs. Mary Brunson spen from Friday until Tuesday there Lucille and Margaret Nelson went to Whittemore last Thursda to the Alton Hulberts. The Hul berts are parents of n. son born last Thursday. Mrs. William Ncl son spent Saturday and Sundn there. Mrs. A. H. Hutchinson. daughter Esther and Marie, Mrs. Frani Meyer, Mrs. Bernard O'Donell an Kathryn and Gladys Stebritz at tended a shower for Viola Schilt in the Forester Hall, Bancroft, o: Sunday. Mrs. William Jaskulke and he children, Burt, spent the week en at the W. F. Faulatichs. Mr. Jas kulke came Sunday from Water loo, his family returning there wit him where they will now mak their home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Kueck, Mi and Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Mr. an Mrs. Fred Wegener, and Mr. an Mrs. Walter Thompson attende the funeral of the monfh old soi of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker at Whittemore, Monday. The first free show of the season will be held this week Saturday night. It is sponsored by the loca business men with Otis Sanders e manager and Arthur Priebe as as sistant. Delbert Sharp will oper ate the machine which he owns. Mrs. Frank Collins, Luther Rcil ley, and Margaret Scribner, all o Livermore, the Merwin Marlows and the Lyle Marlows were Sunda dinner guests at the Hugh Mar lows. Mr. and Mrs. Faber Duga and daughter, Mary Jo, Summers were afternoon guests there. THIEVES GET $45 AT BURT STATION K. ft H. Oil Office Is Vic tim on Friday Evening Burt: Thieves broke into the K. & H, oil station, Friday night, and tole about $45 in cash here. The hieves got into the building by reaking in the back door. George rTanus is manager of the station. Ankle, Leg Hurt Clifford Schrader had the small ione of his right leg broken and is ankle dislocated Sunday morn- ng. He was fixing one of the city vater hydrants and was using a lock and tackle to tighten it, when he chain came loose and probably hit his leg, although Clifford was unable to say just what did happen. At Whittemore Funeral, Monday Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Walker' and son, Roland, and Harold Walker of Delevan, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Heidenwith and daughter, Elnor of Swea City and a large number of relatives attended the funeral of Jas. Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona in Whittemore Monday at the Lutheran church. He passed away while enroute to Iowa City Saturday at the age of one month and a day. Beeves to Chicago Ben Bahling nnd Clifford Hold- ng took a truck load of briby >eeves to Chicago the first of the week. F. O. Stow did chores at he Bahling home during Ben's absence. Frances Vaughn spent the week end with her parents in Rolfe. Mrs. Al Staehle entertained the F. O. B. bridge club Thursday evening. The Leonard Schmidts, Bode, spent Sunday at the Paul Moore ome. Roy Ollom, who has been at Melbourne painting, came home last week. The Cecil Godfredsons, Swea City were Sunday supper guests at the J. P. Stow home. L. A. Boettcher and Dale Dun das took a truck load of cattle to St. Paul the first of the week. The Ross Ringsdorfs, Mapleton, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the G. E. Grace home. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Mann spent the week end with their daughter, Mrs. Mel Peterson at Fort Dodge. Kossuth Chapter, No. 201, O. E. S., will meet Tuesday evening, May 11, for its regular monthly meet- Ing. bnsehnll. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom St. John nnl run) Crowley were business rnllors irj Algonn Fridny. MV. and Mrs. Henry FVrghnfer and family of Fenton spent Friday evening at the G. Krncht homo. Mrs. Nick Doooy nnd daughter spent Saturday afternoon nt the Henry Lampc home in Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grocn nnd daughter, Mary Ann of Swen City spent Sunday nt the Sheldon Merrill I-.r.me. Mr?. Loo Lnmpe and daughter, Sandra spent Friday afternoon nt the Sigurd Olsen nnd Fred Jensen homes. Several members of the Helpful Thursday club met at the G. Kracht home Tuesday afternoon and made foot stools. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Bollig nnd family spent one evening the latter part of the pnst week nt the F. E. Single home. Irene Bolllg. student at the Beauty Academy at Fort Dodge, spent the week end at the parental .1. W. Bollig home. i Mr. nnd Mrs. George Yager returned from Florida, Tuesday, where they have spent the latter part of the winter. Don't forget the Seneca senior class piny entitled "College Cutups" to be given in the Seneca gymnasium Thursday and Friday evenings, May 6 and 7. H. E. Rachut, J. T. Heaney and Vern Lovstad attended a bankers' group meeting at Emmetsburg on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer were called to Stillwater, Minn., Monday by the death of an aunt of Mrs. Meinzer. .Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May, at Pocahontas. Mr. and Mrs. H. Dau, the E. E. Kearns family and June Rash were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Ringsdorf home, Wlllard Stow and Ralph Brlstow Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Laidley nnd family visited with relatives in Ringsted Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming of Mason City spent Sunday at the J. M. Fleming home. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Martin of Emmetsburg visited at the home of Mrs. Will Hlggins, Sunday. Mrs. Johnson, mother of Mrs. Laidley returned to her home in Ringsted. Sunday, after spending a week in Whittemore. Miss Irene McDonnell, who is employed in a beauty shop in Algonn, visited with her mother, Mrs. Mnc McDonnell over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyer accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kucker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer at Garner. Mrs. Floyd Macklore of Forest City visited In Whittemore last week. Mrs. Macklore will be remembered here as Mrs. Eugene Schoonhoven. Miss Mildred Linstrom who has been the grade teacher here for several years In the public school, has accepted a contract to teach in Alta, Iowa, this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Carmody of Emmetsburg spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carmody. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dahlke nnd Mrs, Mike Harberger of Manson visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wier Sunday. Mrs. Dahlke Is a daughter of the Wiors. Mrs. Dennis Kinsella and Grace visited at the home of Mrs. Mae McDonnell Sunday. Other guests at the McDonnell home were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds and daughter, Betty, and son, Dickie. Word was received here last week by Mrs. Albert Meyer that her father, Albert Behnke, who is in a hospital at Kansas City, is not so well of late and that he submitted to a blood transfusion at that place last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perkis nnd son, John of Chicago, icturned to their home Sunday after spending a week at the J. M. Fleming home. Mrs. Fleming accompanied thorn as far as Mason City where she will visit at the home of her son. Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Polrot and son, Bob drove to Rochester last week Tuesday morning to bring home Mrs. Polrot's mother, Mrs. John Spilles, who had been a patient in Rochester for several went to Forest City Sunday and brought home new Hurley-Davidson motorcylcles. The L. E. Roctmnns visited from Saturday to Sunday with Mr. Root- man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Roetman at Sanborn. J. T. Heaney visited his parents at Klester, Minn., Sunday. His father, who has been in very poor health, is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Christensen and sou, Ringsted, were Sunday dinner guests at the Emll Christensen home. The men are brothers. The Will Jaskulkes, who have weeks and had a cataract removed from her eye. She had been partially blind for a year and is now able to see after the operation was performed. Mrs. Harvey Steven Honored, Saturday Sexton: A surprise pnrty was given Mrs. Harvey Steven last Saturday afternoon in honor of her birthday, by eleven women friends at her home. The time was spent socially after which lunch was served, which was brought by the ladies. Mrs. Steven was given a 5 We Weyne Lang, son or the Rev. and Mrs. David Lang now of Nora Springs, had his photograph in the Sunday Register as being honored by election as president of the student council at Western Union College at LeMars, where he is a junior. Carl Neuman, Shell Rock, spent several days with his brother, Otto and Mrs. Neuman and with other relatives in Algona. For many years you have been looking for a finish that is practical and very easily applied. This Bakelite can be applied over any old varnish, paint or enamel. You can apply it over your old dining 1'oom table and we guarantee that you can -set a hot frying pan from your stove onto the table and not harm its finish. You can apply it on wood floors; it will »ive years of wear. It is Lye Water Proof. Highly recommended for Linoleums. It is non-slippery. No waxing required. Bakelite is sold by all Paint Dealers in your city. Also by both Furniture Stores. Ask them for free demonstration. 16-tf been living in the Mrs. Will Bleich. house, moved to Waterloo Sunday, I handkerchief shower. where Mr. Jaskulke has a position In a garage. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Neeland, Mrs. Richard Jansen, Lakota, was operated on for appendicitis Friday night at an Algona hospital. Mrs. George Gray spent Thursday with her daughter, Mrs. Edgar Inlay at Lakota. Mrs. John Kuch- enreuther accompanied her and spent the day with her husband. Mrs. N. M. Godfredson, Swea City was at the J. O. Isenberger home last week helping care for her father who had just returned from the University hospital at Iowa City where his leg was amputated. Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf, who has been keeping house for her son, Warren this winter In California, is now at Harrishurg, Oregon, spending a month with her son, Earl. She is expected home about the middle of June. The J. H. Schroeders and their visiting daughter, Mrs. Chas. Kenning. Atchinson, Kansas, visited at the R. A. Bartlett home in Whittemore Sunday. Ruth Schroeder, who had been at the Bartlett home since Friday, returned home with them. The L. B. Smith family has moved from the Lewis Larsen home in north Burt to Mason City. The Leonard Klocke family, who have been Jiving in part of Mrs. Helen Peters' house, will move into the house vacated by them. Mr. Klocke works for C. W. Patterson. St. Joe Folks At Bancroft Shower St. Joe: Mrs. Lucy Wagner, Mrs. Ted Wagner, Mrs. George Wagner, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mrs. John B. Reding and Marjorie, Mrs. John Friders and Herlinda, Mrs. Prosper Friders and Marlene, Mrs. Norbert Friders, Mrs. Nicholas Weydert from this vicinity attended a shower in honor of Viola SchiJU in the Forester Hall in Bancroft Sunday afternoon. Miss Schiltz is the second oldest daughter of Mrs. Mary Schiltz and will be married Saturday, May 8th. Miss Schilu is Wagner. u niece of Mrs. Lucy Pearl Reding spent several days last week at the Orville Wagner home. Susie Friders spent several days the first of the week at the Paul Erpelding home. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and family were Saturday evening visitors at the Nick Reding home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker and daughter visited with Sister M. Georgene at Bancroft Monday afternoon. Ernest Neuman and his daughter, Mrs. Dorothy From and baby of Sioux City, spent Sunday with Mr. Neuman'a brother, Otto and Mrs. Neuman. Junior Johnson, who has been ill the past week with gland trouble, is somewhat improved at this writ- Ing. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson. Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Brighton of Lcland spent Wednesday evening at the George Aman home. The couple were married that day and were on a wedding trip. Clifford and Kenneth Carlson, of Burt, and Chester nnd Harold Fitch, Sexton, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ed Fitch, at the Wm. Hansen home south of town. The Sexton Aid will serve a chicken pie supper at the hall, on Thursday evening of this week. Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Mrs. Sim Bemis and Mrs. Otto Neuman are on the menu committee. Mrs. Sarah Wise and family spent Sunday at the Arch Berber home near Burt, where a family dinner was held in honor of Mr. Berger's birthday. Mrs. Berger is a daughter of Mrs. Wise. Mrs. John Weiland and her sister. Edna May Fitch, Hutchins. .spent Saturday morning with friends in Sexton and Saturday afternoon and evening with their mother. Mrs. Ed Fitch at the Wm. Hansen home, a mile south of town. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and sons Everett and Wilbur spent Sunday at the Leo Steven home near Fenton where a birthday dinner was given in honor of Mrs. Harvey Steven, whose birthday was Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Evert Hodgin of Webb were also there. Mrs. Hodgin is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven. Former Seneca Resident 111 Seneca: Mrs. J. J. Drinan received word one day last week that her sister, Mrs. Robert Campbell was in St. Joseph's hospital in Brainard, Minn., where she had a cancer removed. Mrs:>Campbell is a former Seneca resident, having lived on the farm now owned and tenanted by the F. W. Bassett family. Parent* of Sou Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Olacn are the proud parents of an eleven pound son born one day the fore part of the week. This is the second child for the Olsens, the other one being a daughter. Sherry. Mrs. Olsen is the former Bernice Jensen. STANDARD SERVICE IS SAFETY SERVICE ...to guard against costly lubrication failures ... More than 2 3,000 Standard OH Dealers less than sixty seconds to be sure ... to let your are on the job a quarter of a million working Standard Oil Dealer show you the "oil line" hours every day to check your motor oil... on the gauge. to help prevent burned out bearings, scored This check-up on your oil is only one of the cylinders and other costly engine troubles many motoring aids your Standard Oil Dealer caused by lack of lubrication offers, to make drivi It's easy to say, "My oil's okay," but it takes pleasanter and more economical for you. safer, but also $10,000 IN CASH PRIZES FOR HUGE "SERVICE SURVEY" CHICAGO — Automobile driven of the Middle-West are Invited by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) to take part In a huge survey of the services now being rendered at gasoline stations. To take port In the survey It Is necessary only to drive to a Stand- nrd Oil Dealer's station and secure an entry card. Tour Standard Oil Dealer will give you full details of the "Survey," will validate your entry card and demonstrate "Standard Service" with at least three typical examples. Upon request he will assist you in preparation of your entry. A committee of three members composed of Prof. Lloyd D. Herrold, Northwestern University; George W. Barton, Safety Director, Chicago- Motor Clufa:nnd Roger B. Stafford, Managing Editor, lT 8uper Service Station," Chicago, will act as Judges in the selection of the most valuable Motorists who submit, the winning reports will receive cash, awards amounting to $5,000, while Standard Oil Dealers who assist the winners will be awarded a like sum, making a grand total of »10,000 In prizes. All reports must be mailed before midnight of June 15, to be considered for the cash awards. Don't delay In, getting your entry card now. . MORE THAN 23,000 STANDARD OIL DEALERS WITH A PERSONAL STAKE IN SERVING YOU Harriet Olien suffered a sprained ankle Sunday while playing After The Days Work — What Then? WILL IT BE home and comfort? Just as Modern Agriculture has adjusted its views to meet modern conditions, so have ideas of what a farm home and farm buildings should be, changed in recent years. A MAN'S HOME is his castle, on city or farm. If you have been thinking of farm improvement or modernization; we would appreciate talking over your desires with you. We are at your service. Geo. L. Miller liKNKUAL Phone 109 Algona, Iowa

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