The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 20,1937 BORT GRADE OPERETTA GIVEN HK3HEST PRAISE, MUCH ENJOYED Gilbert & Sullivan's "lolanthe" Unusually Well Presented Hurt: A good crowd attended the operetta, "lolanthe" by Gilbert & Sullivan, which was presented by fifty children of the grades under the direction of Erna Baars with Mrs. W. O. Hulin as accompanist. The operetta was extremely well given and much enjoyed by those attending. Children having special parts in the operetta were Ruth Riddle. Vernon Rndcke. Mary Lee Peters, Robert Thaves. Norma Jean Rash, Marilyn Boettcher. Lorena Riebhoff. Mary Jean McDonald, Leslie Graham. Kenneth Hnmmer- strom, Robert Moore, and Kenneth Patterson. About 20 boys formed a chorus of peers and about the same number of girls formed n chorus of fairies. Thee hildren all appeared in colorful costumes. See Des Moines Play H. L. Snuerman, Sigourney, who had spent the week end at his cottage in Spirit Lake, stopped in Burt Monday morning. Mrs. Al Staehle and Miss Lucia Wallace, Algona, accompanied him as far as Des Moines, where Mrs. Sauerman, Mrs. Staehle's daughter, joined them and all three saw Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontaine in their current stage play at the Shrine auditorium Monday night. Miss Wallace returned to Algona with the D, L. McDonalds, who were also in Des Moines for the play and Mrs. Staehle accompanied her daughter to her home in Sigourney for a few days' visit. While in Des Moines, Mrs. Staehle and Mrs. Sauerman were guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Montgomery, who recently moved from Burt to Des Moines. The L. E. Roetmans visited with friends in Otho Sunday afternoon. The Art Fandels visited Mr. Fandel's parents in Whittemore Sunday. The Fortnightly club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. M. M. Chipman. Mr. find Mrs. M. E. Polhemus visited the C. F. Whalens at Lnko- ta Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. Dau and Mrs. Ruby Brure visited at the E. E. Kearns home Sunday. L. R. Daniels spent the week end with his daughter, Mrs. Joe Beitz, at Lake Crystal, Minn. The Henry Nelsons and Martin Larsens were Sunday visitors at the Lewis Larsen home. The James Olloms spent the week end at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Max Smith, in Eldora. The C. O. Riddles visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Chas. Shick, in Humboldt, Sunday. Harlan Stoebe and Virgil Hansen, TOUS FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAY 21 AND 22 BABY BEEF ROASTS We have the delightfully tender roast for your Sunday dinner. You will find it a real pleasure to carve these lean boneless roasts. For the week end a special price of 22c per pound. PORK ROAST A nice cut of Fresh Pork to bake or to boil with beans or Spinach at 21c and 24c per pound. SWISS STEAK A suggestion that should quicken your appetite: a Spanish Style Swiss Steak made from a thick, tender, boneless slice of veal round steak. For this sale a special price of 23c per pound. PICNIC ROAST Nice Pork Roasts weighing from 3 to 5 Ibs. Cut from neatly smoked Picnics. Our week end price on these lean, meaty pork roasts is 21c Ib. CLUB FRANKFURTERS Ib. 19c Mid Cure Summer Sausage Ib. 23c "Tafor Jjfeed. Pried Beef &4b.. ceUo..pkjr. I0c. JUMBO HERSHEY BARS The most for your money in a delicious confection. For this sale big % Ib. Hershey Milk bars for lOc. The y 2 Ib. Almond bar for 12c. SUPERB PRUNES Not a processed dried prune, but selected fresh prunes in a rich, heavy syrup. This beautiful wine colored fruit has a sweet-tart flavor that is so enjoyed as a breakfast sauce. The large No. Zy 2 can at the special price of 13c. This appetizing fruit sometimes called "DeLuxe Plums". APPLE PIE Morning Light Spitzenberg Apples in the large No. 10 cans for this sale at 42c per can._ An excellent apple for pie and sauce. Buy enough at this low price to run until new crop apples arrive. PINEAPPLE WAFERS For a change the family will prefer this fancy cooky to cake. A marshmallow cake topped with pineapple jelly and clipped in butter icing. A special price of 2 Ibs. for 27c. SUPERB CORN When a cream style Country Gentleman Corn bears a Superb Label it is your assurance as to quality. Only the best of the season's pack is used for the Superb Brand. For the week end a price of 12c on the 6 to 8 portion can. A real bargain for those who appreciate quality corn. MUIR PEACHES Not just ordinary dried peaches but kind you like. Large, meaty, evaporated "Muirs" that grade strictly choice. Peaches for delicious sauce and peach cobbler. This week end our price is 13c per pound. BLUE ROSE RICE A quick cooking, whole grain, white rice. You will find it convenient to have a supply on hand at all times for rich, wholesome rice soup and delicious rice pudding loaded with raisins. For this sale a special price of 3 Ibs. for 16c. SUPERB OATS . The popular brand. Milled from large, white pats. The large carton of regular or quick cooking for 16c. At this low price is a low cost chick feed. "RED BAG" COFFEE We grind this "Always Fresh" Coffee so you can make coffee by your favorite method without waste. The favorite coffee in thousands of homes. Try it at our sale price. Pound 18c or 3 pounds for 52c. DREFT The Marvelous new soap for washing silks, ray- ons, woolens and all fine things in either hard or soft water._ The large size Dreft at a special price of 20c for this sale. Humboldt visited Sunday afternoon at the H. A. Thompson home. C. L. Holding and Robert Moore attended a Standard Oil meeting in Emmetsburg Monday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Wrede Garner, visited at the home of their son, Enos Wrede, Sunday. Mrs. D. W. Smith, who has been in very serious condition for some weeks, Is reported to be Improving. The Henry Gettmans visited sister of Mr. Gettman, Mrs. C. C Wheeler, at Fairmont, Minn., on Sunday. Mrs. R. A. Bleich and daughter, Luella, visited Mrs. Bleich's mother, Mrs. John Falk, Sr., in Titonka, Sunday. Eleanor Vogel, who is a student in Grlnnell, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel. The Earl Ackermans spent Sunday with Mrs. Ackerman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Carlisle, in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick and F. O. Stow were Sunday dinner guests at the J. T. Graham home near Algona. The Frank Skinners and Myrna and Lawrence Skinner, Farnhamville. spent Sunday at hte J. N. Holding home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schemmel, Swea City, visited Friday at the W. W. Boettcher home and attended i the school operetta. The E. A. lliffs and J. H. Graham fished at Spirit Lake Saturda. They returned home Sunday afte visiting in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff an Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham calle on Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell a Buffalo Center, Sunday evening. The Woman's Home Missionary society will meet Saturday after noon at Mrs. B. W. Brookes with Mrs. George Gray as assitlng host ess. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch vis ited at the Al Willrett home in Fen ton Sunday and attended the con flrmation exercises in the Lutheran church. The H. E. Rachuts were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. Rachut's brother, E. A. Rachut at Manly They also attended the confirmation of a nephew. Baccalaureate service will be held Sunday evening in the high school auditorium. The Rev. Joseph Doms pastor of the Presbyterian church, will deliver the sermon. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer drove to Fort Dodge Sunday, picked up the Rudy Knutzkys and Anna Meinzer. and drove on to Waterloo, where they visited cousins. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bleich spent the week end at the home of their LUVERNE COACH TO HEAD LOOP daughter, Mrs. Don Cronin in Toledo. Mrs. Cronin returned home with them to spend the week. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hulin were Mason City visitors Saturday. Alice Eighme accompanied them and visited until Sunday with her friend, Anna Overgaard, a former Burt teacher. Aloeda Toebben, who had been caring for her mother, who broke her leg last fall, left Saturday for Chicago, where she was formerly employed and hopes to secure a position. —*&-Jfe~3«/-M.* Chipman will spend a few days the end of this week with her sister, Mrs. R. E. Gabriel In Armstrong, and will attend the alumni banquet there Friday evening. Lorena Schwietert, Mason City, spent Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert Sunday, Lorena, John and Helen Schwietert visited their sister, Mrs. Melvin Hunt, at Dolliver. The Lutheran church will hold its annual mission festival Sunday, May 23. In the morning the Rev. E. Krieger, Iowa Falls, will preach and in the afternoon the Rev. Walter Wagner, Emmetsburg, will deliver the sermon. A picnic dinner will be served in the church basement at noon. The following group of women gathered at the Paul Moores Saturday afternoon to help Mrs. Moore cvk-brate her birthday: Mrs. I. W. Hansen. Mrs. Belli- Reynolds, Mrs. C. H. Reynolds, Mrs. G. J. F. Vopel, Mrs. C. H. Schrader, Mrs. J. <.'i. Stwick. .Mrs. Robert Moore, and Bertha barrels. The affair was a surpri.se. Saturday was Kay Edwin Holding's seventh birthday and his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen. Mrs. Elmer Kienitz and son. Donald, Lakota, Mrs. L. H. Hiedel ami two children and the Orville Ellingtons spent the afternoon at the Holding home in honor of the occasion. The Melvin Ellingtons were also supper guests at the Molding home. Smith Elected President of 6 School Cage League LuVerne: The coaches and superintendents of the six schools of the Boone Valley Basketball conference met in Remvick last week Thursday evening and held their annual business meeting and election of officers. Coach C. C. Smith of LuVerne was elected president and the Lu- Verne superintendent was named secretary and treasurer. The schedule of games for next winter was made out. Schools in the conference are Livermore, Bode. Remvick, Corwith, Goldfield and LuVerne. The schools have about the same enrollment and each plays the rest of the teams at home and away From home once during the season. Last year the teams were pretty venly matched and the games all proved very interesting. Baccalaureate Sermon The Methodist church was filled to capacity Sunday evening when the Rev. E. E. Hancock of the Prebyterian church preached the baccalaureate sermon to the class of 1937. A high school group of juniors and seniors, MaXine Smith, Jennie Lund, Hazel Nygaard, Jeannette Henderson, Ruth Weal, Leah Miller, Gordon Dimler, Merle Eggleston, Wm. Chapman and Ear Hanselman sang two numbers. The Rev. E. R. Walter conducted like service at Vernon and Rev. V. V. Schuldt spoke in Livermore Sunday night. Outlaws Home Harry Hoepner and Mr., and Mrs. Al Clauser and children, Des Moines. spent the week end at the Wm. Hoepners. From here they went to make a personal appearance with the movie they made in the early spring in Hollywood.' 75 At Portland Twp. School Picnic Portland a A bounteous picnic lunch was eaten by 75 Portlandltes from District No. 6 Sunday on the school grounds. Miss Hansen, of Lakota is the teacher. Garnte Mood was injured just below the.' eye while playing ball in the afternoon. Peppy Pals to Meet The Portland Peppy Pals will meet this week Saturday at the home of Betty and Dorothy Stewart instead of meeting at the McWhorter home. There will be no picture memory contest Rally day so members will not need to bring their booklets. Eleanor Fraser attended the pic nic at District No. 8 Sunday. The Elmer Potters, Algona, visited the Victor Applegates, Sunday. The Chas. Egels, near Irvington, were Sunday visitors at the Oran Hudson s. School District No. 5 enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday. Miss Carmilla Fraser is the teacher. The Martin Beckers were Sunday dinner guests at the John Simon, Sr., home near West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate attended the funeral of Mrs. Frank Clapsaddle, Corwith, last Friday. Mrs. Charles Leek was taken by surprise Sunday when several of her relatives arrived to help her celebrate her birthday. They also brought a picnic dinner. Mrs. Martin Becker and children went to Bancroft Sunday to take Miss Elsie Cayler to Algona, where she left to accept a nurse's position in Sacramento, California, Mrs. Rex Austin, Jewell, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Larsen. She is recuperating from an operation which she underwent in Des Moines a few weeks ago. Among Sunday visitors In Lu- Verne and vicinity were the Gus Nissens, Webster City, the Melvin Godfreys, Chapin, the Frank Greens and Hans Hansen at the Lloyd Smiths; Mr. and Mrs. Will Fuller at the Harry Von Draskas. Esther Turpin and Harold Turpin were at his home at Somers Saturday. Luella Blumer attended a train- ng school for 4-H club leaders in Burt Thursday. Carmen Hesse, Des Moines, has >een visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hint2 and other relatives the past week. There are four birthdays of the 'amily of Mru Kate Barton dur- ng May, Mrs. Barton, Rosena, ioward and Elva, son on Sunday hey were all at home with the ex- eption of Mrs. Cora McPherson, who lives in Altoona. Those from out of town were Elva and the Chas. Bartons, Algona. The Milton Woitos are spending week at his mothers. Mrs. Wm. .Voito and in West Bend. After his short vacation they will go jack to Scranton, where he teach- s and where he will lead tfie band 'uring the summer. Besides teach- ng in West Bend, Mr. Woito also taught in Bancroft. The Methodist choir honored 'our of Its members at a picnic upper in the Livermore woods on Monday evening. The event was or Ruth Neal, who is going to her ome south of Clarion after school ! out and for the three teachers who have helped during the winter, Esther Christian, Corrinne Smith nd Harold Turpin. The LuVerne ark was the setting for two pic- ics Monday afternoon when the /ernon consolidated junior high eld theirs and the local freShman lass entertained the sophomores. 6ASOMNI M/aAGI FACTS K£l£AS£D BY STANDARD OU, SHOW YOff WAYS rO V£ AS YOU m/V£ THE STANDARD OIL DEALER NEARBY SELLS Bundling into one pocket-size book all the dollar-saving facts about gasoline mileage gleaned from the World's Greatest Road Test last summer, the Standard Oil Company released today the results of millions of miles of test car driving by thousands of motorists like yourself. Remarkable possibilities for increased economy in the public's consumption of gasoline are revealed in the state- -•ents of the test car driven themselves. Standard Oil Company has long felt, and the World's Greatest Road Test definitely proved, that many motorists are no* enjoying the gasoline economy they tnifht. Encouraged by the records of many drivers wh'o were ablo to show savings ranging as high as one gallon in every ten, we ara going to do everything possiblo this summer to help individual .drivers help themtelvei to ignore miles per gallon. ' More than 23,000 Standard Oil Dealers have just been provided with initial allotments of the book-How to SAVE AS YOU DRIVE I" These, together with complete details of Standard's SAVE AS YOU DRIVE plan, will be distributed, starting today, to all interested drivers who request them. The books are /ree—while they last. Get yours now. o IMT GASOLINE The Joe Culbert«ons, Good Hope, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ewoldt The R. H. Ortmans, Bart were evening guest* at the same place. GET THIS BOOK USE IT DAILY and you may tare 1 gallon in every 101 A Most Important Telephone Call MARIAN at the telephone —eyes dancing—thrilled because Bob is calling—asking her to go to the show with him tonight. Who would say this isn't one of the most important telephone calls in the world? What better measure of the value of telephone service than the happiness it gives? It is the privilege of the men and women who work for this Company to see that every call—for whatever purpose—is handled quickly, clearly and accurately. It is likewise the part of other Bell System workers —on the A. T. & T. Company's general staff, scientists in the Beli Laboratories and experts of the Western Electric Company—the Bell System manufacturing organization—to see that service is made better...and that costs are kept down so that Marian and others everywhere can enjoy its benefits. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY ST. JOE NEWS Maiie Fisch is assisting with the household duties at the Orville Wagner home. Mr. arid Mrs. Martin \Vabba of near St. Benedict visited with friend* here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and Bobby were Sunday evening visitors at the Orville Wagner home. Laura Schaller from Humboldt is assisting with the household duties at the Mike Feeding home. -Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind returned home Thursday evening from Minjuapolis where they had gone to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stattleman and family from here and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nellis fi urn WhiUe/nore were Sunday visitor* at the Joe Vollmer home near Arnittrong. A number from here attended the West Bend-Lolls C'reek baseball game at Lotts C'reek Sunday afternO( n. Lolts C'reek defeated West Bi:nd 3 to 1 in a very good game. Mrs. John Weydert from Algona. Mrs. Va.udt, Mrs. John B. Reding, Mrs. Janes Weydert. Mrs John Erpelding and Mrs. Will Reding assisted Mrs. Bernard Dtvine with paper hanging Thursday. "<iu«i»t H'e .Never InviU- Again." First of u lieu- »eriet> of delightful social cartoons l>> tisli, Uie> brilliant satirist. H- produced in lull color in (lie American Weekly, tile magazine distributed with Next Sunday's ( hieutio Herald and EXPRESSED BY THIS BUYER OF 21 CHEVROLETS (H«r« U Mi. Oiwi't ew» Moiy el kil oxxrtuu wWl Chevrolet motor con) "Buying another Chevrolet has become an unbreakable Labit with my family and me—BO much BO, that •we are now driving our twenty-fret consecutive ear of that make. Another part of the 'habit* is that we always buy from Joe Mills, owner of the Mills Chev. rolet Company, our Chevrolet dealer in Colorado, Texas. As the big spaces of Texas test both cars and friendships, I think our long-time loyalty says much for the dependability of both the Chevrolet car and our local Chevrolet dealer. While we can get values like these, nothing but Chevrolet will satisfy us." THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR - PRICED SO B. F. DUNN, TEXAS RANCHER, AND HIS 21st CHEVROLET —ALL BOUGHT FROM THE SAME CHEVROLET DEALER Mr. Dunn's 1937 Chevrolet parked in front of his rsncfi house near Colorado, Ttxas. CBfVKOUT HOTOB DIVISION _ .-..__, Cwn>'lfc«p™ SoU, Corfmrn Li (J W OtTEOrr, MICHIGAN Kossuth Motor Co. Mr. Dunn t.H, Jot MiHi, Chtvroltt dt.ltr, *7fc|, ft tht b«st Chtvroltt tvtr butftl" Phone 200 Algona, Iowa

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