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tim The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 13,1937 BURT CLUB HAS Woman's Club Winds Up Tear at Hodgson Home, Monday Burt: The Woman's club held the last meeting of the club year Monday evening at the home of Esther and Ruth Hodgson. The program included roll call, Suggestions for Club Improvement; "Modern Architecture", by Mrs. H. O. Buell; and "Modern Vaughn. The programs Sculptors" by Frances this year have been on Contemporary Thought, The first half of the year's work was based on "The Next Hundred Years" by C. C. Furnas. The study for the last half year has been on "Modern Art and Literature." There has been a membership of 30 this year and several new members have been elected for next year. Senior Clans Play A good crowd attended the senior class play, "Miss Jimmy", which was presented Friday evening In the school auditorium. The play, which was directed by Alice Eighme. was very good. The characters included. Kathryn Elvidge, Eugenia Mae Kriethe, Stella I--.cn- berger, Wadine Mann and Marie Carter, college girls; Willard Schwietert, colored roan of all work; Lyla Olson, dean of the college; Richard Weiske, a university student; and Calvin Bristow, Eng- lish instructor. The high schoo orchestra played and Martha Ruhn ke sang a soto and the class son was given. The junior-senior ban quet will be given Thursday eve ning. Zelma Gifford is working at Hi Russell Shiplor home. E. E. Paine was a St. I'mil \i9 itor the first of the wepk. The EVhvin Aliens. Swen City visited Sunday at the G. C. Alle'n home. The H. E. Rachuts spent Sundaj at the Nels 3. Nelson home in Britt. The F. O. B. bridge club mot with Mrs. L. A. Boettcher last Thursday evening. Mrs. W. 3. Easterly. Cedar Rapids, spent the week with her niece Mrs. Helen Peters. Dale Kennedy, Mason City, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. L. 3. Clement of Ames, were week end visitors at the C. H. Blossom home. Walter Hanna. Nora Springs, and Viola Kirtz. Osage, spent Sim- day with Mrs. Maude Hanna. The Henry Gcttmans spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Gettman's Brother. George, in Mason City. Anne Voigt, Chicago, has been ipending a couple of weeks with ler aunt, Mrs. B. H. Marlow. The Art Fandels visited Mr. and Mrs. Fandel's parents in Whitte more and Emmetsburg. Sunday. The G. P. Hawcotu and Harol Stewards were Sunday dinne guests at the R. F. Hawcott home Arnold Koestler. who was em ployed in Fort Dodge, is now work ing for a Kreske store in Wiscon sin. Merwyn Cunningham, Algona spent Mother's Day with his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Cunning ham. The R. J. de la Hunts spent Mother's Day with Mrs. de la Hunt's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W A. Peters. Virginia Thaves. Albert Lea Oldest, Youngest Mothers are Honored at Lu Verne Banquet HOUSE PAINTI On* gallon of JWF hovu point coven 800 •quor* (••» of igrfec* . . . at a eott of (MI Htan \fa pft iqvara foot! And look what yoa a** for Hill low prtc*. Boavty no ofntr houi* paint can beat. Cofflplof* protection ogalmt weathering ... a protection that lain for yean. And Thot'$ fh« added ftotur* of waihablUty. why more hom« an painted wlrii SWT than any oth*r brand of paint. SM Hi. 3J baawriful CWP colon at our store and 8*t yew fret copy of our book "T*« Truth abort How Paint." LUSBY'S Drug PAINT HEADQUARTERS Minn., spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs J. G. Thaves. Anna Meinzer and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kautzky and son, Jack, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday at the A. H Meinzer home. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel drove to Grinnell Sunday to visit their daughter, Eleanor, who is a student in Grinnell College. Alvin Martin and son, idaho, and Mrs. Will Knoll visited at the Mrs. James Riebhoff and MM. Elizabeth Murray homes Sunday. Mrs. Mary Steward, the Paul Macauleys, and the Jack Hennings Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Myron Meinzer home. Mrs. Elmer Klenitz and son, Donald and Mrs. Erman Hansen and three sons, Lakota, visited Saturday at the Clifford Holding home. Leo Vinaas, Mason City, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M L. Vinaas, Sunday. He also took them to Ottosen and Bode, where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Blelch and daughter, LueJIa and Mr». Herman Puts spent Sunday with Mr. Blelch's and Mrs. Pub's mother. Mrs. W. E. Blelch, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olson and daughter, Barbara, Elmore, visited Sunday with Mrs. Anna Toebben Aleeda Toebben returned home with them for a few days' visit. Mrs. Mayme Emery, Minneapolis and R. Grabinski, Redfleld. South Lu Verne: Very nearly the same number of women attended th Mother and Daughter banquet glv en Saturday evening at the Com munity hall as there were men an boys attending the Father' an son banquet last month; one hun dred forty-two were served. Mrs A. J. Eason. president of the spon soring organization, the Presbyter ian Ladies' Aid, was toastmaster and presented the following pro gram. Vocal solo, Esther Christian reading, Marjorie Eason; Welcome to Daughters, Mrs. Grant Jennings Response, Jeanne Jennings; trio "Little Old Lady," Maxine Smith Mary Alice Bigglngs and Ruth Neal; reading, Mrs. F. I. Chapman; piano solo. Corrinne Smith; reading. Kathryn Dimler; vocal duet, Helen and Grace Chrlsten- •sen. and assembly singing led by Miss Christian. The oldest mothers, Mrs. U. S. 3rant. Mrs. Carrie Coleman and Mrs. Tom Gregory, were honored as was the youngest mother, Mrs. \ewir Wildin. Three grandmoth- •rs. mothers and daughters, Mrs. Hmil Anderson, Mrs. Geo. Wolf and Helen Wolf. Mrs. T. L. Williams, kfrs. Lloyd Zentner and Donna, Mrs. H. C. Allen, Mrs. Sam Smith and Marry Ann, responded to a call for three generations. Out of town guests were Mrs. E. A. Schroeder, Cedar Falls. Mrs. S. E. Smith and daughter, Minneapolis. Mrs. P. V. Janse. Algona. and Irene Swenson, Armstrong. Pastor Reappolnted Members of the Evangelical church, and friends of the Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Walter were glad to learn that Rev. Walter had been returned to the pastorate at Lu- Verne when the appointments were announced. Tiro Teachers Leaving The local school faculty had a picnic supper at the park Monday evening, honoring the Misses Helene Hooker and Margaret Van Patten who are not returning here next year to teach. Llewellyn Thomas, Rlppey, spent Thursday with Dorothy Wegner. The Sherman township 4-H club met Saturday afternoon with Evelyn Pergande. The Herman Meyers and Miriam Troutman were guests of relatives In Woodward Sunday. Mrs. Paul Fechner left Thursday for a month's visit with her son, Emll In Denver, Colorado. Sylvia Becker and Luella Blumer visited relatives in Orangevllle, 111., and Monroe, WIs., last week. Wilma Merkle who is attending business college in Fort Dodge, spent several days at home last week. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy Hanselman was christened Glenda Lee at the Lutheran church Sunday. The Sam Smiths, Minneapolis, spent Mother's Day at the H. C. Aliens. The H. H. Phillips, Dows, spent the day at the parental S. F. Phillips. The Good Will club will meet on Thursday, May 27, Instead of the 20th, because so many school pic- ics are being held on the 20th. Mrs. Clarence Krause is hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf, Mr. and itrs. Wm. Klawitter, Mrs. R. D. Canning and Bertha Hinz visited Hr. Kanning at the Lutheran hos- ital, Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mrs. Wilson Legler accompanied everal Renwick women to Cedar Tails Friday where they were the Th^Mon About Toum A young swain took his sweetie to the dance at Clear Lake, one night last week; had a good time; returned to the door of her apartment, at two a. m.; she said good night. In a mood of passion, he sat on the lower step until four o'clock, building castles In the air, in a world of cruelty and thoughtlessness. * * * Wm. Durant has an article on the Forum page of the current issue of the Billboard telling of facts of "boss hostlers" on the big shows. Bill is a personal friend of Steve Finn, a former Algona boy, known as Steve Johnson, who is the "Boss" of the Rlngllng outfit. guests over Mother's Day of their children who attend college there. Mrs. J. E. Llndebak, Mrs. Archie Sanford and Kathleen, Mrs. Wm. Blglngs and Mary Alice were Invited to attend a musical program nt the home of Mrs. D. C. Christiansen, Renwick, Tuesday evening. C. H. Lichty has been ill the past week. His nurse, Joan Kern, of Fort Dodge, was called Sunday to Ruthven by the illness of her mother. Mrs. Rosa Stuessy who was in the General hospital at Algona last week, is being cared for at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Geo. Hanselman, since Saturday. USED CARS 19S5 Pontiac 6 Coupe 1931 Chevrolet Coarh 1932 Chevrolet Coach 1927 Chevrolet Coach NEW OLDSMOBILES ON DISPLAY 1S28 Chevrolet Coach 1929 Ford Sedan 1928 Pontiac Coach Hoenk Motor Service West of Court House Dakota, spent the week end in the J. G. McDonald home. They are Mrs. McDonald's sister and broth The C. B. Hoffmans spent the week end with old friends at Dows irhere they formerly lived. Lurcna Wessel, who has been at Dows for everal weeks, returned home with hem. Mrs. J. P. Jepson and daughter, Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. epson and son, Dysart, spent Sun- ay at the W. O. Hullns. They are •Irs. Hulin's mother and brother's amlly. Mr. and Mrs. Swan Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Gunner Overgaard, Wilmar, Minn., spent the week end at the D. L. McDonald home. They are Mrs. McDonald's parents and her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson, Waterloo, spent the week end at the S. M. Peterson home. Mrs. Larsen and Mrs. Nelson are the daughters of the Petersons. Mrs. Ada Hardgrove and little daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert, Algona, Lester Schwietert, Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schwietert visited Mother's day with Mrs. Bertha Schwietert. The Paul Macauleys and Mrs. Mary Steward returned Saturday from a vacation trip on which they visited sisters of Mrs. Steward at Yukon, Oklahoma, and Sherman, Texas, and a brother at Mullhull, Oklahoma. The C. B. Chipmans visited at the Harry Helgason home in Armstrong Sunday. Mrs. Chipman had a pleasant Mother's day surprise, when her son, Russell, called her by telephone Sunday morning from Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he Is located. Herlinda Friders spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willger of near LuVerne. Spring's A Biisy Time— JACK SPRAT "Cooked" . MACARONI «- CHEESE JACK SPRAT Fancy Red Alaska SALMON Tall lib. Can .So we're featuring fooua that are easy to nre-1 pare, supply the nourishment needed for active' wo.-k and play Yet keep the grocery bill down wncre you like to have it. Ji»< k Sprat, X flavor* . L _ GELATINE DESSERT ...... 19c Jack Sprat, with culuriiix taMrt* •> lh» POWDERED SUGAR ...... 19 C BLACK TOPPER . . . SARDINES MAYFLOWER SALMON Tall I Ib. Can w « - N '°- «» **» c »" PORK & BEANS ........ 1Q C •Juc k Sprat Salad or UorM-rudUh ui .... MUSTARD ......... q i£ SOAP SPECIALS °xydol ...... large package 21c P. & G. Soap ..... 6 giant bar* 25c Dreft ...... large package 23c MEATS OF ALL KINDS Morr,-ll'» B,,I,,.I (: ,, s/iiok.-J, ._. of HhoU . ,,„„„ Ham * • - • • ........ lb.29c Lard 4 Iks. 55c Coffee AIaxwi-11 Jloii.se 28c WE BUY EGGS ANDERSON'S FOODSTOKK We Deliver Conoco Oil Co. Picks Weeklies For New Series Convinced that newspaper space represents the most advnatageous medium for merchandising its products as evidenced by substantial increases in sales of Conoco germ-processed motor oil following past newspaper advertising campaigns. Continental Oil Company is again launching a large-scale advertising campaign in some 1400 carefully selected papers in all sections of the nation. The campaign will continue into September and will be distinguished by the fact that it will feautre the local dealer as weU as the company's oil. Survey* conducted by Continental's advertising department showed two factors which decided the nature of the forthcoming campaign. First, it was ascertained that the best sales results followed the use of newspaper advertising; and second, that the average motorist is Far more concerned with the mileage he obtains from his motor oil than any other single factor. Noble Mitchell's 4 Corners Hosts Friday Evening Four Corners: The Union District \'o. 7 P. T. A met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Mitchell last Friday evening, with 45 present. After the business W. V. Butler of Algona gave a very interesting .alk on his experiences as a min- ng engineer in the Belgian Con;o, Africa. Guests were Kenneth Dooley and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Genrich, Algona. This was the last meeting of the current year. School closed lajt Friday and a picnic dinner was had at the state park Monday, followed by a theatre party at he State Theatre given by Miss Dooley, teacher. Bakers Wed 38 Years A surprise anniversary dinner was held at the Arch Walker home Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. hilip Baker, St. Cloud, Minn., who re staying with the Walkers. The Bakers were married 38 years Monday. Guests included the James Dunn family, Ledyard; the John Sabin. Wm. Drayton, Edward Rich, Orville Holdren and Cecil Bjustrom 'amilies, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rich, Mrs. Bob Ward, Mra. Edith Rich, son Earl, and Katherine Priester! Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder. The Ben Sloters of near Lone Flock spent Sunday at the parental Everett Witham home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cmikshank, daughter. Mary, and James Cruikshank. Algona, were Sunday dinner gue.-iu at the John McNeil home. Mrs. Wm. Rich spent part of last week at the Ethan Light home near Bricelyn, Minn., and Mrs. Light .pent the same time at the Bob Ward home. The Aeijeek Meyers family of near Ringsted, the Louis Lowmans, ^he Arthur Alexanders, Sexton, and the Lurh! Fessler families spent Mother's Day at the parental J. The Four Corner^ Mothers and Daughters, club will ini-et tomorrow with Mrs. Joseph Elbert. The El- rts moved from this neighborhood the first of March to the farm vacated by the Perry Phillips east it Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Broesder. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Broesder and son Edward. Ed Johnson and child-en of Graettinger, and Gertrude Gihenbergcr, Algona. spent Sunday at the Albert Walkers Gertrude and Leona Walker went to Cyl- nder for supper and brought back Smma Winters, who works in Al- ;ona Jack Martha believes in having the correct time. He looked at the time on the big advertising clock In front of the Borchardt drug store and squinted at the regular time piece In the window. Ten minutes separated the two from telling like time. Jack looked at hU own watch, started down the street, went a few paces, thought something was a miss and went back to have a second look at his watch, the clock and the sign. • * * From the big flre much praise Is heard and read anent responsible parties for Algona'i splendid water system. Folks who looked ahead for such emerpencies and times of drought are being congratulated. But It takes a good heavy tain from na'ure's source to wash the main pavements of dirt, dust, flilth, disease, etc. Why not use a little surplus city water, every business man will add A good word. • • • Mrs. Al Amunson is an ardent watcher of the big league baseball scores. Her interest concerns Charlie Root, pitcher for the Chicago Cubs. Charlie and Mrs. Amunson are first cousins. » • • In the alley back of the ill-fated Call theatre the space is blocked off from traffic. A sign gives the warning, "Street Closed, Icy Hill." Curious spectators viewing the flre remains also inquire the whereabouts of the icy hill. • » • Guy Mantor met an old friend. Recollections and stories were headlines of the conversation. A club room with the city's best as members was situated above a drug store on the spot where the post office is now located. Guy had a long laugh telling of the party of which he was a member spending near the entire night carrying ashes and dumping them down the chimney emerging from the club rooms. That surpasses anything the modern boys can scheme up. • • • When you glide across the dance floor with your lovely lady in your arms, perfumed and powdered, think of the orchestra. The men who environ you with strains of •weet music, who furnish the beautiful atmosphere of a heaven. Art, culture, call It what you may. Big busses, good wages, tuxedo suits. But when the dance Is over they start out many miles distance for the next night's stand. They sleep In the bus. They flop on the green grass In some off-side spot No dally bed, no bath. Isn't music grand? » * * A spot on State »tr«srt has just completed a new cement sidewalk. One of the workers did his labor dressed In pants, shoes and gloves. Naked from the head to below the navel. Women passed, girls and boys stopped to watch. Take a picture of that fellow. Put it on paper, It would be naughty, indecent. Let's have some respect, at least on the market street where folks are forced to go. • * * The Bartholomew twin*. Do you know them apart? No? Neither do foks who ?>ave known them for years. Fred is different than Maurice. He wears a mustache for identification. When you meet one don't be backward at calling him either Fred or Maurice. They are used to it and will carry on with you not telling whether you have the right one or not. Remember now, Fred has the mustache, not Maurice. Maurice Is not, Fred and Fred is not Maurice, but either one alright when not sure. • • * Did you see any local Legionaires marching in Tuesday's parade? Those outsiders who did march, however few, were dumfounded to know why Algona's men were not in the show. Well, anyway, the private entertainment went over big. BANCROFT NEWS Mr and Mrs. Will Reding and 'arnily spent Sunday <u the George j&rmun home in Elmore. Mrs. ieding's parent;, from Minneapolis were alao visitors at the George 'Jorman home. Mary Anita Cairy spent Friday visiting at the J. H. Sheridan home. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Wolfe spent the week end at Stuart visiting relatives <t/id friends. Harold Doyle of Yankton, S. D., spent ths week end with his mother, Mrs. Imelda Doyle. C. M. Baker attended the county Master Barbers' meeting held in AJgona Monday evening. J. H Sheridan, son James and daughter. Pat and Monica Baker Were Algona visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Janvrin and children of Webster City visited old friends in Bancroft Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frederickson entertained as dinner guests Sunday evening. Mr. and Mra. L. J. Nemmtrs and Isabel Saunders and Art C'ogley. Mrs. Thos. Garry entertained at two tables of bridge in honor cf her aunt, Mrs. Discblcr, Monday afternoon. Bridge wan played and Mrs. C. M. Baker won high ecore and Mr*. N. E. Sheridan won the low score prize. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pearaon, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Austin, Mra. Oscar Pearaon, J. J. Sherman and daughter, ilurjone drove to Swea City Sunday afternoon to attend the funeral of Lloyd Anderson. Mr. Anderson was at one time employed in the First National Book here. Make THIS Summer One of Comfort ! And WE can help 7011! Our interesting lines of Summer Furniture include pieces for Sunparlor, Porch and Garden. Quality is gratifyingly high, while prices are agreeably low. They are Here We have just received two big shipments of Lawn Chairs and umbrellas and are pricing them to move them quickly. We are offering a sturdy, heavy canvas covered Umbrella for lawn use in green with black, yellow and orange stripe. A regular $6.75 value going at $4.75 Our Lawn Chairs are of the famous Selrite line shown at the Chicago market. They are different in the fact that they are of the one act- don type, simply lift the back and they open automatically. The popular deck chair shown at left while one gross lasts going at only 98 cents The Sturdy easy fold Yacht Chair at right $ 129 going at *•*"' These and many other numbers are now on display at RICHARDSON'S Furniture Company Where Furniture Sells for Less We Have the Pleasure to Announce that the DODGE - PLYMOUTH Agency Has Again Been Awarded to Us Beauty Marks New Dodge 2-Door Sedan Come in Today and see the Many Beauty and Comfort Features of the 1937 Dodges and Plymouths Phone 612 for a Demonstration SEE THESE USED CAR SPECIAL VALUES 1934 Plymouth Deluxe 4-door 1935 Standard Chevrolet coupe 1934 Master Chevrolet, 2 dr. 1935 1'IywMwth Coupe , t , , , 1V , , , , la37 l*««kard Six 4-door tourin jtudebaker Diet. 4-dr sedan sedan. 1937 Studebaker Dictator 4-door Touring Demonstrator Elbert Garage Phone 612 Algona, la. (JSE THE WANT ADS FOB QUICK BESTJLT8

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