The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1937 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1937
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Edwin Hovey hnrr.e -Mr. and ifr* Donald Erirkson The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 13,1937 /Howard Beardsley of Spencer i ipent Mother's Day here with his' \v: ismlly. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bronn and family visited relatives in Sioux City, Sunday.,/ Bffl Dall^y of Des Moines spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. gdythe Dailey. Richard Vaughn of Whittemore visited his mother, Mrs. Catherine Vaughn, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp spent Sunday in Charles City with the fornjer's sister. j Joe L«we spent the week end in \ River Falls, Wisconsin, visiting his i mother, Mrs. Dan Lowe. j Mrs. Archie Michel spent Sunday 1 in Ames with her son, Maurice, j who is a student in Iowa State Col-' lege. i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Herberts! spent the week end visiting rel-l atives in Applington and Clara i City, Minnesota. Mr. and .Mrs. A. L. Long and aon. Jack, spent Sunday in New Hampton at the home of Mrs. Long's mother, Mrs. Jackson. Raymond Norton and Floyd Shackelford drove to Clear Lake business. ... . Eichonberger, \\alker and Emma Winters spent Sunday in Emmetsburg with th-i ' Mrs. «'. D. Hotrip and danrhte Loretta. were in AlgOTia. Wednes- i day visiting the Russell Cook's. Bill Yonnie of Des Moine* _..„._.. , o. a healthy I work at the States Cafe Monday. | fca.urday. j He arrived here Saturday night. I j Mr. and Mr*. D. A. Barnard and! ;'RINGSDORF HOME 4-H GIRLS'HOST tetter's parents. •"--(-wiii. __ --. •g with the i _ ""*' L E - Potter i« visiting in Fort Dodge with her son. Deibert Potter, and her daughter. Mr?. Rav "iner. Mr. and Mrs. Afnrion Burhank .=ome weeks aeo. He" was and Mr - and Mrs Lloyd Muckey slightly improved and is under the ° ve to For est City. Sunday, for doctor's care. the day. Frank Rythrr ha* been confined m bed the past few days suffering from complications from a siege of the flu Mr«. H. R. Cowan loft Tn^day mornine as delegate from Algona to attend the state convention of the P. E. O. at Waterloo She wa<= ard's aunt, Mrs C A. Norman. Dr. M. O. Bourne win drive to Sioux City today (Thursday to attend the state medical meeting. The meeting is in session Wednesday. Thursday and Friday. Margaret Lirhtrr visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lichter. i Portland Club Studies Music, Pictures; 3 Scores Perfect Mr. and >tr*. M. J. Duffy and! Monday and Tuesday. Margaret is children visited Mrs. Duffy's par- takin R nurse's training at the Mer- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Larsen at °- v hos P't«l in Fort Dodge. Albert Lea. Sundav. to go with delegates from Emmet?burg. Britt and Garner. Mr*. Harry Sponcbrr* wan taken Mr*. Raymond Iron* returned to! to her nome Tuesday morning from her home in Ames Tuesday after i th * Kossuth hospital, where she ha« Mildred Aman will leave nejrt: vis 'tingr a few days with 'Algona! be l n the P* 51 few w*<*s. She U Monday for Mankato. after • relatives arid friends. having spent the past six months ' *'"• Marie Rovenall returned on suffering from a heart ailment Charles Lehman returned Mon- with her parents. Mr. and Mrsi".: Tuesday from Blue Earth. Minne-i daj " . fro ™ Excelsior Springs. Mis- Sunday to attend to some repairs and work on the Norton cottage. Donrood Baker, student at Iowa State College, at Ames, visited at the home of his parents. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker during the week end. Henry Aman. Mildred was forced . so ' a - aft^r a two weeks' visit with to quit school due to poor health. : her son - H. P>. Rosewall. >lr«. .Afary Lain? leff Sunday for, Ixtrraine and Loretta W«lf»on and Grand Island. Nebraska, to 'visit ' Melinda spent Mother's Day with her sister and husband. Mr. and j the Wilson girls' mother. Mrs. John Mrs. B. Jf. Hal!. Mr. and Mrs.' Wilson, in Whittemore. Sam Smith and Mr. and Mrs. F. j The confirmation of thp caterha- J. Laing took her as far as Omaha, j mens of the local Trinity Lutheran Ome« McGrath drove to Clarion, i church will be held next Sunday in , Sunday, and visited at the home of i tne forenoon at 10:30 o'clock. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Me-1 Mrs. Sue Morlan Simonsen re- Grath. She was accompanied by • turned to her home in Graettinger Kathleen Holtzbauer. Both girls - - are employed in Christensen Bros. department store. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Rieken and two children were Sunday dinner and Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald at Emmetsbnrg- will motor to Des Koines. Saturday to see Lynn Fon- taiae on the stage. Dr. and Mrs. Win. Scholten and two son* of Spirit Lake were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bauson, Mrs. Scholten was formerly Florence Danson. Mr. and Mn. HaroM Lampritht and the former's mother. Mrs .... Mary Lampright \-isited the elder! days. woman's niece. Mrs. Carl Adix in i M, Alden, Minnesota. Sunday. *» r. .*< X e 5 OM "'P«*»ts at the John Baird home Humboldt Mr. Baird was formerly with the Bell Telephone Company of Algona. but was recently transferred to Humboldt Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Chrischilfes and son. Jack, and Tom Sherman drove to Des Moines. Monday, where they went on business. Mrs.! Tuesday after spending two weeks in AJgona with relatives and friends. Roy Fetters and Bin Romig. bartender and day clerk of the Hotel Algona, drove to Mankato. Minne- souri. where he has been for three weeks for a vacation and rest. Mr. Lehman is a Kent Motor salesman. Editor and Mrs. John Goderian of Kanawha. paid their Alftona friends a visit last Monday while in town on business. John has made a success of the Kanawha paper since taking charge of it some years ago. Dr. Pan! Gardner of New Hampton visited Tuesday at the Mrs. F. A. Corey home. He is a cousin of Mrs. E. J. Yorker who makes her home with the Coreys. Dr. Gardner was enroute to a medcal meeting at Sioux City. Mrs. W. A. Vi«an was a ime*t of her daughter. Margaret student at Portland: The Portland 4-H girls' club met Saturday afternoon nt the home of LaVonne and Margaret Ringsdorf with 21 present Lucille Bartlett read a music study on "Festival March" and "SempT Fidei:s." Blanche McFarland gave a talk on 'Different Types of Bedspreads." Two music memory selections. "Comrade Song" and 'Stars of the Summer Night" were learned and other selections were studied Brother* In Service A picture memory contest also Loren Dennis has returned hnrne j took place. Three seniors wrote | from Iowa City, where he ins perfect papers. They vere Leola j been working. He will leave soon 20 Seniors Will Get Diplomas In Corwith Exercises FV:r. :.-->v-rnnv::h: ?-rv:oc« 'or the jraduntior. f!as= of i )M7 wrr? hfld .1! the high school : auditori'im evenine. Merr.bfrs of the class nrc: Marvin A. .N>i>on. Cecil L Wilhite Dolly P. Stork. Wilma M Stephen*. Wil'- | ma H Merriam. Virginia E Severns. Harriet M Gouge. Either J. ; Gruemvald. EH .T. Brown. Alice M i Steinlicht. Dorothy M Oruenwald. : Poris M. Thombury. Florence L . Ha*h. Eleanor I- Johr.s,->n. Robert; G. Barracks Charpel W. Han?-' xvirth. William L Johnson. Wilbur , G. Smith. LeRoy Bauchman ind i Marion Sorenson Commencement exercise? will be on May 20. The speaker wil! be Judee S. A Cook i Mr. an.1 Mrs Mike Mergen. Mr ; j and Mrs. XK'K F.Hira. Mr and i | Mr* P. M^Uer an--} Vincent Wi>- . I son. nil of Whittemore sp?nt Th'ir.-- j day a'. the home of Mr ar,-1 Baocalaimate ! Mr? Nirbert Frider= " i at Cedar Falls. Mrs Vigan return- and Mr* lot SpiUe*. and ed Sunday with Mrs. A. J. Schnept daughter. Arlene. visited Mrs. Mrs. W. P. HemphiH and Mrs. Spilles sister, a nun. Sister Mary Amelia, who teaches at Mount Carmen, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. StObnan and . Geraid Stoemy visited at the j Mr. and Mrs. Pat Rasmussen of J. S^ Auner of Des Moines returned i daughters. Ann and Marcia. visited with them and will be a guest at at the home of the latter's par- th«_ Chrischilles home for a. few j en ts, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman. 'at Dolliver. Sunday. . aD i- > ^^L J .-? r T^ r ? P*! >** * P. H^rtogton. and Mr* E. J. Murtagh drove to Mason City Moines. Marie Grover of Burt and home of his mother. Mrs. Freda Stuessy. during the week end. Gerald if taking his final year of pharmacy at the Des Moines school of pharmacy. Pomeroy were Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. P.. M. Wallace. R_ J. Grover is a brother. Marie Grover a sister, and Mrs. P^asmussen a niece of Mrs. Wallace. A Feeling of POISE AND SELF ASSURANCE IS DnSVTTABLE YOUR APPAREL IS DRY CLEAN*ED BY US It's easy to appear well-groomed when yon send your garments to a*. Skilled operators and our guaranteed system at dry liest evening; dress. its appearance. soft You'll be delighted at Kirsch Laundry & Dry Cleaners Phone 267 Algona, Iowa Wednesday to attend the conference of the Mitchell Association of the Congregational churches. Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hovey. rfhd Mrs Alma Nelson attended the Lloyd Anderson funeral at Swea City. Sunday. Howard Bntterfield of Aixona won a handy dryer as the result of a recent Gamble store contest. There were 6.000 prizes awarded in the United States in the same contest. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Benner of Anamosa were Sunday guests of the latter's mother. Mrs. Walter Good. Little Jerry Good returned with them to their home for a two weeks' visit Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Reidy returned Tuesday evening from Marshall, Minnesota, where they had been visiting at the home of an aunt of . Hardgrove. who had gone to attend a breakfast at the college and ....... to visit the daughter, of Mrs. Schnepf. Virginia. Bunkofske. Darlene Brayton. and ! Rachel Becker. There were 30 i points to the contest. Virginia and ' Viola Trenary each missed just I one point and Marilyn Long, one j of the younger members, only miss- j ed two points. There was a'so a picture booklet contest in which nine booklets were entered- Lavonne and Margaret Ringsdorf and Eleanor Fraser tied for first place among the older girls' booklets. Lois Weber and Virginia and Mary Janice McWhorter tied for first among the younger girls. Prizes were beautiful flower bouquets made by the assistant leader. Miss Letha Mann. The meeting adjourned and a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. j Surprise Party for 5Ir. Petorsen ! S. M, Petersen was pleasantly surprised Sunday evening when 20 of his friends arrived to help him celebrate a birthday anniversary. His two daughters. Mrs. Clarence LUrsen and Mrs. Harold Nelson. to join the U. S Navy. His brother. Oren. will leave this week to jointhe U. S. army. the former, Mrs. Jane during the week end. Donahue, tion trip 'to California. They traveled extensively through that state the , ______ _____ _________ . Eagle Grove will be dinner guests j ter. Iva. who teaches there Mr A Few Suggestions for Home Clean-Up Inside or out—when it come? to Spring cleanup valuc-s we have just the Things you are looking for at prices you want to pay. Yard and garden implements of aU kinds—mops, brushes and other paraphernalia for inside cleaning. Make out your li-^t and shop early and economically. JOHXSOV8 Glo-CoatWax FREE —One pint of Johnson's Glo-CViat with each one you buy, pint 1 Pint S»-lf-P«.lishini: Liquid Wax ________ 25c 1 Ib. Pa*U- Wax ________________________ 39c 1 qt. Furniture P»H.-h ------------- • ------ 25c 4 oz. cans Hi <innl,- Knaiurl. lo <to headquartering at Indio at home of Joel's sister, Adelle. Sir. and Mrs. Wayne Wolf and little daughter. Marcia of Waterloo spent the week end with Mrs. Wolfs parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vandee in Algona. Mr. Vandee returned to Waterloo with them. Mr. and Mr*. D. F. May. and Edna and Geneva Scharlach of Des '• Moines were guests on Mother's i Etay of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sc-har- i i lach. The latter three are daugh- i ' ters of Mr. and Mrs. Scharlach. < Mr. and Mr*. W. A. Rirhardfton 1 Will Be Eligible visited their daughter. Mrs. Clar- j For C 1VI T C" Henry Wadwortii and his niece, Mrs. Allen, will spend this week •visiting friends and relatives in Mason City and Manly. They wer* accompanied by Mrs. Aggie Knapp. who will visit her son. Harry Knapp and family in Mason City. Mrs. Knapp's granddaughter, Phyllis, recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst ThIH k*t Tuesday afternoon for Des Moines, where they were joined by another group to go to Eaton Rapids. Mich- I igan. to the V. F. W. home where' they will attend the dedication of | Mrs. George Larining visited the Fattier Crash Victim Albert Johnson received word of the death of his father at Fort Dodge. Mr. Johnson's brother and wife, his sister and husband and his parents had spent Sunday at the Albert Johnson home. When they ! were returning home their car was I struck by one driven and occupied I by a group of high school students j from Humboldt All the people in the Johnson car were seriously injured. Mr. Johnson's father died soon after the crash. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman and daughters were Sunday callers in Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Man of Spirit Lake visited with relatives here Sunday. Postmaster G. J. Bonnstetter spent Sunday with relatives in West Bend Herman Studer and E. J. Widen •ad their husbands. Waterloo, were 1 have purchased a new four-row also there for the event after| corn planter. spending the week end with the i Peterseas. Elda Jandl is working far the John Reeds, near Algona. The W. K. Grovers called Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. Al Stable. the Iowa cottage. Mrs Thiel won the trip because the Algona auxiliary was first to reach its quota! in welfare work, and she was chosen by the local chapter as its representative. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boer and son. Carl. Jr.. and Mrs. Helen Payne, all of Charles City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne. Mrs. Buer U a sitter and Mrs. Helen Payne a sister-ia-law of Mr. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Btwr stopped at Mason City and brought Eleanor Payne and Catherine Srt- zer over to spend the afternoon with thair parent*. Both girls an Benriee Stock wlB drive to Clear Lake. Sunday, where she and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bowers and son, Billy Bob. and Vernetta Scbooley of Alfred Godfredsons Saturday after- oon. » Sophia Schlpull spent the weekj end with her sister, Mrs. Clarion Long. i Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl visited Mr. Jandl's sister at Estherville Sunday. Mrs. Everett Shipler helped Mrs. Clarion Long with papering last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clayton visited Mrs. Clayton's parents at Emmetsburg Sunday. The Buffalo *-H club met Saturday afternoon at th« heua of tea t&ft cjfttt). The John Trunkhills and Mennett Trunkhills drove to Lake Park on Sunday to see the former's da ugh- Mrs. Amy Foley is spending a few day.s at the Sam Winchell home in Burt. Mrs John Palmer of Britt has been doing papering in Corwith the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Simons of Rowan spent Sunday at the parental Swelland home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson were Sunday guests at the Charles Darby home in LuVerne. Hawthorne Camp 630 of the Royal Neighbors met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Melvin Severns. Glenn Francis, who has been working in Des Moines. spent the week end with his family here. Mrs. Harvey Enfield and Mrs. Lafe Oxley attended a Legion Auxiliary convention in Algona Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans were Monday evening visitors at the of Mr. and Mfa. Bay Boan- .< . ,T , t * ac ^ rs ' near Bancroft, visited Mrs. Clifford ' 'M- from Dustle** Master Mops With IiYni..vaM.- Hca.1* $1.39 O'Cedar Floor Mops §1.00 Screen Paint ------------------------ 'i r Garbage ( 'a n.s -ahanizcd ------ --^ val. $1.66 lliiai.thl GARDEN SETS is ah'l 1 rake, set «f 3 f«->r 25c 3 gal. Sanet Su-p^-n i an? 50 ft. Braided 0! 2Sc Kohlhaas & Spille S Bowers and son will Bernice home and will be her guests until Tuesday evening. Bernice will take them home at that time and attend of Arlene Wilcox. a former pupil 11 From Kossuth Alfred Dr. and Mrs Wallace and Marie i a dancing recital £' rt " T ' er ;, Algona and Mr. and Mrs P. J Grover. Des Moines. visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Studer spent Sunday at the home of the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Glawe. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Page and sons. Bobby. Charles and Dick of Omaha, spent Sunday at the Sheim ence E Woods at Estherville. Sun- dya. The elder Richardsons were accompanied by their son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson. Doonm Dook-y cio*ed her school in Union township with a picnic at Call park. Monday. There were eighteen pupils and their teacher in attendance. Miss Dcoley will teach in Sexton during the coming year. Mr. and Mr*. Fred Pooch plan to leave Friday for Litchneld. Minnesota, to visit with the latter's aunt, Mrs. Fred Tyler. They also expect to do some fishing before they return home the first of next week. E1U Mae JohUMi arrived Moo- day from Chicago, where she is a student nurse at the Swedish Covenant hospital, and will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson during a three (reeks' vacation. Mr. aud Mr*. Chtytard Shumway and son, David, were in Sutherland Wednesday visiting the former's mother. Mrs D. F. Shumway. and sisttfj Margaret Shumway. The mother and sister had returned from a trip to California. Bob Richardkon who U attending embalming school at St Louis, was & week end guest at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs R. G. Richardson. Donnabclle Simpson of Pocahontas was also a week end j j guest at the Richardson home. j Mr. and Mr*. Burdette Agard \ drove to Minneapolis. Sunday, and I visited at the home of a cousin of i Mrs. Award's. R. F. Outztn. Mrs. j F. G Davu returned home with! A spic-and-span C. M. T. C. uniform, complete from boots to ratty trench cap and collar ornaments is now being readied for every boy from this vicinity whose application for attendance at the Citizen's Military Training Camps, near Des, Sunday Mrs. «un<7u, n accompany, Godfredson and son. Melvin. were ! Page home Louis Escher returned home from the Mercy hospital in Mason City. where he underwent an operation \ for appendicitis. Sunday at the W. E. Grover and L. J. Fairbanks homes Mrs. S M. Petersen and Mrs. George called on Mrs. Sam Winchell Monday afternoon. Mrs Winchell is suffering with a . lame bsck. Mrs. Soley. Corwith. is ' WiUiams t.j«-rit^Sunday at the P.ob- stayir.g with her at present Mr and Mrs Floyd Masterson and Lois Jean, were vistors at tl.t DeRat Godfrey home in LuVerne Tuesday evening. Mr. anil Mrs DeRae Godfrey of j LuVerne and Mr and Mrs. Lee Moines or Omaha, is accepted by the United States government. The camp period is 6th to August 4th at from Fort Deal Moines and from July 2nd to July 31st at Fort Crook. Nebraska, and involves no expense to the ert Master.sor. home Miss Frances Chambers, who teaches in West Bend, spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs H O. Chambers. The Eastern Star held a regular meeting on Monday evening Lunch was served by Mary Barracks. Lorena Smith and Ethel Smith. ^ Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Pfeffer of week Ti/esday~at~herVandmo'tner's i Wesley entertained the Corwith home in Lone Rock She was put- i scho01 faulty and Miss Elva Stam• • baugh at Good Hope Girl's ', Arm In Splints Good Hope: Charler.e Rath. , , daughter of Mr and Mrs Will j J _ ul y! Rain, has her right arm in splints' due to broken bones received last cash mileage allowance to the accepted applicants, but furnishes food, lodging and laundry fee dur- She hopes 1 have the splints off in two weeks the youth be cavalry-minded. U in- i eluded among the equipment Usu- *r ,, KcMahon has been helping - _ ed for his use during his month &s Ed Haci 't>arth with his farm work ' a protege of 'Tucle Sam " Lt. P A. Danj>on of Algona is C I Th T. C chairman for Koisuth ! Hal -' ' » tv * ral da - vs recently. M. county. He expects the county qco- < to of 11 to be filled easiiv Albert Reids were down from Sunday guests for the day Seneca Class Play Has Gate of $62 Seneca: The Seneca senior class play, presented in the Seneca school gyrn. Tnursday ar.d Friday evenings was well presided ar.d a total of K2.M was taken ir. at the door. at the Erwin and William Turners. P. F Hawcott is helping at the pirt of this other Mrs J. W. Campbell and rtn spent Sunday afternoon < A T. home Mr. «ir.d Mrs. Cierr. Dou>on ti.t- Agards after * two weeks' visit j Friday eveiang at the Ciaude Sar.-im the Outien home. She is Mrs. Agard's mother. U. L McDonald told the unimproved 60-acre farm formerly belonging to the Gilbride estate located four miles east of Algona on ers home f.cur Gnactuiiger. The Sciici-a Norwegian Lutheran LadieV Aid ltd at tee home of Mrs. Henry Looit Thursday afternoon lone Boliig beauty culture stud- i, i. CoArove of Or* Moteta, «M Mrs TOmbrth Tobia of Wa«ec«L, for a Minnesota, arrived Sunday visit at the George home. Mr. Cragrove returned oo Sunday «veoiag. and lit*. Tobu will make an the HoUxbauers. a brother. aa4 of Mrs. visit with 3. J. CXMcrove to Mrs. Tobin <a a home. Sheidon ar.d Kin, Don aid i}/cct Mother * Day (Sunday highway 18. Saturday, to John S. ent at Fort Dodge. »pcst the past I Crowcll for a little less than J1001 week end at tne parental J. W. i an acre cash. Mr. McDonald will ' keep this year's crop and complete the tiling and fencing. Mrs. Wui. O. Boger returned to her home in Omaha Sunday after spending the past ten weeks at the home of her father. Uatt Osterbauer. and sister. Mrs. Ann Fechner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch took her lo Fort Dodge to catch the train, and Mrs. Fechner, who is recovtrnig from several weeks' ill- reorge Hawo/ins a week with ca.A plii pressing work Mr ar.d Mrs R F Hiw tended tne baccalaureate ir. Fer.ton Sunday ever.;.ig Browr. Orr.&ha preathtr. give the sermon Last Ladieir' A.d so,: iety meeting was er.tertair.eJ by Mcsd'amea Lil- i.e Broderson. lone Gross and Mary Wood at the Commur.ity room ar.d was ^characterized by tr.e May Day touch A iarj-r crowd was :n attendance. __Mrt Ed Broeider re.e:ved word i uesday of tne aeatn of ± H-ve^r oid nephew ion of Edward Er.r..- Titor.Ka and gran-is:,!, of her brother W:iham Tjaden The vour-» died of append.: .11- Funeral te.-vii.ei are to be Thursd-iv o: :• . Week. Among several family gather.n,: B Hawcotu and Harold Steward^'at ice P. F. Hawcotu; C L Dittmers j f ,' tc! . Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bonnslet- ter and Kay spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Bonnsletter's par- i ents. Mr. i nd Mr; Ho3man ir. I Renwick. | Mrs Franklin Bilberg and her daughter. Jacqueline of Kanawha. j were week end guests at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ' Perkins. Mr and Mrs Harvey Enheld and son. LeoiiarJ were Sunday visitors at the home u( Mrs Enneld's i>ar- I enti. Mr a:.d Mrs J H Tierney. | in Humboldt. ; j Fay Scafe and daughter. Beverly . t ! went to LtMara afternoon Rev'i !0 VJ4Jt Mr ar -' j Mr " WeDdil Bo >'... -.1 ..„....,. "j lor. ar.d sor. Tnev also visited with '" r -" a * r ' r * d:Cl| Mr. and Mr, Howard Cook and sor. at Primghar They returned Mr and Mrs Robert Stiegerwalt of Los Angeles Caiiforr.u. tan.t & for a v.sit witn thr latter = parents. Mr. and Mrs DaVid Jor-:.sor.. Tiiey carue by inrj-lar-fc tj I->es ixpt-tt to -c.,'. v f..r ir.v:r ho.'i.e Friday. Mr? SaW>\r wi.s £ cf . r.'.,;.ur list WceK Mc/Ld^y aftvJIiOOIi -: <s party gr.ef. by her .'.-i:.e She lejt Tue»d-> Jor sistir Mrs. L'^it- t.'ity Alt.' at the parental S. L. Dentoa ha me , Leonar^ K^^ D ^" M^Su ' **'"*< ™£^&^ near WUmar. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. children and tbtir families Hecry Grocm and daughter of Swea City accompanied her to Wiimar. Mr. a&d Mr» Howard A. Reyman acd children and Mnu Floyd Mc- and iCathtrine, all of Jtflerioo were supper guests at the A. T. PauUen home Saturday evening. They aUo called at the coi&e Sunday eveatn£. The are moving June 1st to Nevada, Iowa, where he ha* purchased a house. Nevada will b* more in the renter of the state for hts hnsiTifw Mr. Reymaa is a former impmmtadeot in the Stn- ec» *daooi» aa4 now is a ««*«»».«« for the Metropolitan Supply Co. and h&s CH other Etna Mitchells east of Algona and Claude Seeleyj, at the W. L l>eJ.t .y at the Wilhan. Gourity hojn Mr. ai.d Mrs. Goorky und tiu-ir other two children cai&c and Jerry i.uij.e wit;. them. Mr*. E. J. Widen returr,irj to The Mother's Day service at, her home Surad^y fro:;. Mero- 'i.-^Good Hop* last Sunday was well i pital in Mason City whtre ii.e a:i- au*nd«d and spparectly profitable' derw-ei-t aii o{«ero.t.o.'i -.wo wie*-:; to thai* present The pre&tctauon ago. Mis* Florence Widtn. a »tad- of the special cumber. "My Moti?- ; tut niirse at the Meixy huipital at- er'g Bible." by the O-U-R claa*. { comj>aoifcd her hoiue ar.d fcx;.c.-:a supported by a musical background ^ to remaiQ fur a wect tj t^te i^i provided by Mrs. John McNfeU and her mother. Dorothy Reid, was inatructive and! — showed «vtd«ace oi much prepara-1 Mri. Ltcaiard Hterdt entcrtaii. c j U>ry practice. Mrs. Frank Cruik-; la*t week Monday evening. Atter.a- shank took the part of the mother. The teacher, Mrs. n. C. Gardner. directed and announced the num. ben. icg were Mr*. Han* MaJUc Mrs. Anna Larson, ail of , and Signed Laj"»oc of S: Paul DANCE TOWN 155 TALKING ABOUT lied IT>t Swine Band CAMELS ARE COMING Under new name of HICKORY CHORE BOYS Sat, May, 15 SEXTON Ladies I<»r; Ge*it* 49c pfn« la* Clip this arv. ladies and preser.t before P:3 n P. M and you dance Free. Coming, May 22 RHYTHM CLfB Ray Cook's Swing Band Another Good Dance Everybody Invited -iiii; with Trains is )>ii<int>>~. hut if you t i\» >i>. u.sp D X ETHYL Johnson D-X Station (4,705.90 IN PRIZES FOB BOYS A CIBLSI Youl b« i*rprli*d how «<ny A it to win on* of HIM* wendcrM prfs*<f G*t en entry Monk at re** K*A STOKE and «*«• ICA't b% ReNm ContMt TODAY I 30 IICYCLES «r«KV OT «)wiv*<3 with :er bnte. ~ Grand Prize »100C«*hJ Here is a txu&iature reproduc* tion of the "'***'* t ^ M *^i sunpie picture pucste. How many mistakes can you find? Get a FREE entry blank at your IGA STORK today! K3 A GOLD TOST WHEAT PUFFS IGA GOLD TOST CORN FLAKES 2 pkgs. 19c RRM, RIPE BANANAS 4 Ib. 25c Freeh Oannlnc « for Hneapple, 30's Ig 2Sc Sankist Sim. Oranges, small 29c Strawberries qt. 21c New Potatoes ...5 Ibs. 23c Oranges, Ig. juicy 29c MEAT DEPT. Swiss Steak Ib. 23c Beef Boast Ib. 17c Rolled Prime Bib Boast _lb. 22c Boneless Pork Boast Ib 27c Calf Liver Ib. 30c Bacon Squares 21c Baldwin Food Market YOUR I. O. A. GROCER Deliver Phone 355 The Algona Auction Co. We are here to wr»e both the wilt-r and bu}<r at our pavilion in Algooa eier> .•viUirda}. Saturday. May 15 Don't forget that we t-xpfi'l lo wll e\rry Saturday thi» suni- luer and uiU be glad to >x-U >our bi.->U«k a.» w? had- all kinds (»f bujerk for all kind? of p^aUire i-attlr. lu Uii» »aj t uc uill have a yocxl }ouiig ShorUiorn Bull lor salt thU S'GTK'K—I will iiulie ii bpt-^iiJ price ou all Ha> Tools (or month oiiU. < oiii«. ui i*iiu look our good line of M*»»ev- a\ Tools over. AKo hate a giMxl M<-( orniuk ux-d tnu-Uir and 14-iiu-h trAC- U't d«-i»J in iit-u iiJjd u»t-d uuu-liinrry. AUia-t'haliiterk Tractor* and tile Ma&»<-i-Harris liuc of iiuuhinery. We will trade t-jt auyUiiug >ou h^ve. !>e»- u» tx-Jore you di^l We handle the l>. 1-ivaJ S*-i»wiriit*/r». Now U >ou bavt; any i;ooj che^p hur»»'» tv veil, bring tbeoL Vie have U»ted a feu norbcs for our fcaJe iuturda}. hate »oiue call* fur horat-s. Uill ktart oo ktocli at 1 :Stl. TEKils— i Ju>k. No pru^ert> removed UiiUl MrtUed lt>/. Opeii tier) I>a>. bale barju ^>bu£ie 7? WE HAVE A LOtCH KOOM V^ . V/ . K 1 D 13 Ltf fLf i>i>crau,r and Hiddir, ckik %tAftix>n i Ten R^atU I Uw Uloid>U«J

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