The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1937
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TWO BIRTHDAYS AT LONE ROCK ARE OBSERVED fi. A. Wiener, Chrace Newbrough Are Entertained Lone Rock: A birthday party was held in honor of H. A. Wiener's 63rd birthday at h!s home Sunday evening. Five hundred was played. Attending were the Roy Chrisch 1- les family, Mrs. Martha Chrlschil- les, the F. F. Schroeders, all of Fenton; the Carl Wieners, the Henry Schroeders, and Ello Rahn. The high prizes were won by Edith Schroeder and Henry Schroeder, low by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiener. Carl also won the travel prize. Two Birthdays Guests Sunday at the A. D. New- broughs honoring their daughter, Grace's 18th birthday and Clifford Garrison's 26th birthday of Algona, were the Arthur Reynolds family, W. J. Reynolds, Mrs. Cora Terwilliger, daughter Beulah, Mrs. Joe Hall, son Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. Allan George and family and William Llndstrum, all of Humboldt; G. W. Carlsod, Fort Dodge; the Virgil Wells family, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wells son Keith and Carroll, Clara Mint, all of Blue Earth Minn.; the Grant Gangstee family, Elmore, 211937 Minn.; Mrs. August Brown, August Brown, Jr., Harms Brown, Clifford Garrison, all of Algona; the Edward Blanchards, Inrtngton; Mr. and M/s. John Newbfough and the Lawrence Newbroughs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flalg made a business trip to Mason City Monday. The I. W. Nelsons spent Sunday afternoon at the Floyd Bacons, Burt. The Bert Olsons, Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the James Longs. Mrs. Jessie Stebrltz, Bancroft, spent the week end here with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent Saturday here with relatives. The Merle Culbertsons spent Sunday at the August Meyers home in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson spent Sunday at the Harvey Nelsons, Britt. The Rudolph Peters family spent Sunday evening with the Rudolph Tietz family, Algona. Gordon Blanchard has accepted a coaching position In Dolliver for the coming school year. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Clarke, Detroit, Mich., spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Mrs. Raymond Blerstedt and son, Donald, left Sunday to spend the week at the C. E. Sigsbees. Ernest Krueger and daughter, Ruth, Burt, were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Morrises. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lleb left on Sunday for Rochester, wher*e Mrs. Lieb will go through the clinic. News Items of Burt Vicinity YOUB FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAY 28 29 BEEF ROASTS Ton can always depend on Council Oak Markets to supply satisfactory roasts. Well covered, corn fed beef roasts for this sale at 19c and 21 c per Ib. SWISS STEAKS If the family IP ready for another delightful Spanish Style Swiss Steak, Council Oak will supply the thick, tender allce of bone- ICM baby beef round •teak at the special price of 24c per Ib. VEAL STEAKS Lean, tender veal steak, either plain or frenched. Real "Economy" »teak» at our special price of 24c per Ib. as these steaks are lean and boneless. BACON Wide Blabs of awwt, sugar cured bacon. For thU «alc a special prlc* of S9c p*r Ib. on the whole or the half piece. We slice if desired at no extra charge. SAUSAGE SPECIALS! Special prices on cooked meats and sausages to Increase the variety for the Memorial Day Picnic. FEESH SMOKED BOLOGNA pound 15c ROTO LrVBRSApBAE--,—per pound 15c PTffKT/R A PIMENTO LOAF pound 23c CHICKEN LOAF per pound 32c DOLE'S PINEAPPLE Dole's Plantation Brand has the true pineapple flavor of the fully ripened fruit. Keep a few cans on hand to garnish pork roasts; also | for salads and upside down cakes. A special price of 17c on the large No. 2Y 2 cans. TOMATOES Inquire of your neighbor about "Morning Light" Tomatoes. She will tell you they are finest she ever tasted. Full ripe, perfect flavor and a nice meaty pack. For this sale 2 No. 2 cans for 15c. DROMEDARY DATES These fancy "Pasteurized" Dates that give that delightful touch to many dainty dishes. The regular size package for this sale, either pitted or unpitted at the special price of lOc. CRACKER JACK Plenty of Cracker Jack will add to the youngsters' enjoyment of the Memorial Day Picnic. Buy a supply of this delicious, wholesome confection at our special price of 3 pkgs. for lOc. FREE PLATE Inspect the beautiful blue breakfast plates on display at Council Oak. One plate free with the purchase of 2 packages of Kellogg's Wheat Krispies this week-end at a combination price of 18c. VANILLA WAFERS Fresh baked wafers at a special price of 2 lb| for 27c. Cookies you enjoy with coffee and with gelatine dessert or ice cream. FRUTE-GEL Rightfully called "The Ideal Hot Weather Gelatine Dessert." It never fails to set. You will like its delicious true fruit flavors and brilliant colors. Try Frute Gel at our Every Day Low Price of 6 pkgs. for 25c. WAXTEX A heavy wax paper for protecting foods. For this sale the 125 foot roll with cutter at a special price of 14c. COUNCIL OAK COFFEE Buy this quality blend in the whole berry so we can grind it to fit your favorite method of making coffee. You then get all the flavor and strength in the cup instead of throwing it away. Every Day Low Price on the Council Oak Blend is 27c per Ib. or 3 Ibs. for 79c. Exchange the empty bags for fancy china ware. "POPEYE" BIF-BAT FREE 5 Giant Bars of Crystal White Laundry Soap for 19c for this sale. Mail 5 wrappers to "Crystal White," Kansas City, Kansas, for a free "Bif-Bat." Confirmation Services Confirmation services will be held Sunday in the Lutheran church, at which a class of 15 will be confirmed. They are Marjorie, Melvin and Very' Baas, Geneva Carter, Donald Behnkendorf, Dorothy and Wilfred Faulstich, Helen May Hanna, Ruby Kueck, Mary Jean Rachut, Cecil and Marcus Langerman, Raymond Lavrenz, Margaret Richmann, and Luella Weiske. Baccalaureate Held A fine crowd attended the baccalaureate service, which was held in the high school auditorium, Sunday evening. The Rev. J. M. Doms, pastor of the Presbyterian church, gave an excellent sermon. His topic was "Today Decides Tomorrow.' The Rev. Thoburn Speicher gave the invocation and special music was given by a mixed chorus. Ihis year's graduating class consists of 15 girls and seven boys. Legion and Auxiliary The American Legion and Auxiliary will hold Its monthly meet- ine Tuesday evening, June 1, in the Legion hall. Mrs. G. C. Giddings, Mrs. O. H. Graham and Mrs. Martin Larsen will be hostesses. Church Institute The county institute on Christian education which was held at the Presbyterian church Monday was fairly well attended and was full of help and Inspiration to Sunday school workers. Administrative forums were held, one in the morning by Rev. Snyder and one In the afternoon by the Rev. J. Doms. An address, "Mudholes" by the Rev. Claude Fausnaugh. Estherville, was very good. Walter Hutton, state worker, spoke on "Securing Results in Teaching" in the morning and conducted a question box in the afternoon. Helen Wade spent the week end with friends at Postville. The Art Fandels spent Sunday at the Arnold Elbert home in Algona The Birthday Circle meets Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Belle Reynolds. The C. I. Mansmiths spent the week end at the Fred Dorscy home in Ledyard. Rev. Thoburn Speicher spoke at the CCC camp at Bancroft Monday evening. The L. H. Schencks spent Sun day at the Horace Schenck Crystal Lake. The Will and Donald Ringsdorfs were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Rlngsdorf home. Marion McGInnis, Keokuk, visited from Sunday to Tuesday at the J. H. Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larsen attended the funeral of Mr. Larsens' brother in Britt, Sunday. Mrs. Tillle Hanna has a new Chevrolet car and the Paul JCriethes are driving a new Oldsmoblle. Mrs. Will Becker and children visited from Wednesday to Sunday with relatives at Buffalo Center. - The> ew-I* Rldynfljifl jp> atf Ing & Lutheran confeltaBMff ftt cua on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. O. P. McDonald returned Friday from Sioux City, where he had spent the week at the home of his son, Cecil. Mrs. F. L. Fratt went to Runnels Sunday to bring home her daughter, Marllda, who has been teaching at Runnels. The Edwin Aliens, Swca City, spent Sunday at the G. C. Alltn home. The Clifford Holdings were also guests there. Miss Bane, Agency, has been hired to teach the primary room next year, taking the place of Miss Whitney, who is retiring. Verne Andreason, who makes his home with the Frank Bahllngs, is spending a few days with his brother at the Charles Scott home. Monday was- Mary Lee Peters' 12th birthday and in honor of the event she entertained six girl friends at the Tltonka skating rink Sunday afternoon. Walter and lona Anderson, Benson, Minn., came Friday for a visit with their grandmother, Mrs. J. Kuchenreuther. Walter is working for J. P. Trunkhill. Mr. and Mrs. George Mantis were Sunday dinner gufsU at the Henry Manus home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gorman and Mr and Mrs. E. E. Kearns attended the funeral of Mrs. Wilbur Reams' father, Mr. Johnson, at Fenton, Tuesday afternonn. The W. W. Boettchers and M. M. Chipman went to Armstrong Sunday and brought home Mrs. Chipman and Joan, who had spent a few days at the R. E. Gabriel home. Mrs. George Marty and daughter, Jean, Marie Mendenhall and Inez Gwynn, Mason City, spent Sunday at the Mrs. Eva Hodgson home. They are old college friends of Ruth Hodgson. The August Baumans, Lakota, and the Jake Koestlers, Guckeen, Minn., called Sunday at the John Kuchenreuther home. Mr. Kuch- enreuther has been very ill the past week or two. The Methodist Ladles' Aid society will meet Wednesday, June 2, in an all day session to clean the church. A covered dish luncheon will be served at noon and the regular business meeting will be held In the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Orley Hobson and daughter, Mary Lou and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raleigh, Fort Dodge, spent Sunday at the D. T. Hobson home. The Harry HobsonE, Lone Rock, also spent the afternoon there. Orley and Harry are sons of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hobson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahling went to Lake Mills Sunday and spent the day with Mr. Bahling's daughter, Dorothy. Dorothy is graduating from the Lake Mills high school this year and v/as one of two honor students, In a class of Hi, who were honored by being entertained at a dinner by the Lions club of that town. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewlck entertained the teachers Tuesday evening at a dinner in honor of Charlotte Warrior, who has taught here eight years and will not return next year. Sunday morning the Methodist Sunday School presented her with a farewell gift. She has taught I In the Sunday School most of the time she has been here. A good crowd attended the mission festival at the Lutheran church last Sunday. The Rev. E. H. Krieger, Iowa Falls, .morning ««rvic* and Wagoner, EmmeUburg. preached in the afternoon. A picnic dinner was served at noon. The following attended the festival and were supper guests at the Rev. L. Rfchmann home: the Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz, Fenton; the Rev. and Mrs. P. Braner, Algona; the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Wagener, Emmetsburg; the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke. Whittemore; the Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Krieger, and Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer. Iowa Falls. Sharp, Joyce and JlihrAy Marluw, Erwln Frye, Kathryn, Kenneth and Roger Flaig, Merril Faye Marlow, Frederick Newbrough and Lelghton Hill. Jack Tlbbets, who ha* spent the past five year* at the P. M. Chrl»- tensens, laft Saturday evening to make a few days' visit with his mother, Mrs. Agnes Tlbbets, Algona before leaving for Sheldon, where he will assist in the work at the junior college there this summer. He planned to enter there this fall. Muriel Long left Sunday for Waterloo, where she has employment. She and Mrs. James Wadsworth returned last week Wednesday from Waterloo, Mrs. Ida Tarbell returning here for a visit. She will return to her home this week Thursday. Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and Mrs. Tarbell were Monday dinner guests of the Wadsworths. Church Pantomime Given at LuVerne LuVerne: An out of the ordinary program was given at the Evangelical church Friday evening when the Young People's Mission Circle presented a Mother's Day pantomime. The entertainment depicted the Mother's love and devotion during the life of her son from the cradle to adult life. Esther Merkle played the part of the mother with Lawrence Marty and Elmer Merkle representing the son at the different stages. The unusual part of the program came when the mother was sitting in her home after the son had gone out in the world and in tuning In her radio she received a program from Station YPMC with local talent broadcasting from the Evangelical parsonage, Elinor Mae Wolto played a piano solo, the Rev. Walters gave a talk and Florence Hof sang "Where Is My Wandering Boy Tonight." The climax of the pantomime came when the son returned home as his mother was looking at his picture and thinking over the sentiment of the program to which she had just listened. Following the program light refreshments were served. her daughter, Mrs. Anna Hanselman. The body ot Arnold Lefts, who died at his home near Austin, last winter, was brought to LuVerne Friday for Interment In the Lu- Vern« cemetery. Mrs. Harry Chrlstensen went to Wentbrook, Minn., Saturday to attend the funeral services of a brother-in-law, Hans Chrlstensen. She returned the same evening. Lottie, Nell and lola Haynes and Myrtle Shannon, and Louise Coleman, Waterloo, spent Sunday with Mrs, Carrie Coleman. Miss Louise remained for a longer visit with her mother. Rev. E. E. Hancock left Tuesday for Medow Brook, from which place he will bring Mrs. Hancock to their home here. Mrs. Hancock is completing her year's work as instructor in the high school. Mrs. August Pergande was in a Fort Dodge hospital several days last week receiving medical treatment. Henry Kubly had an operation ori his eye there Friday. This was on the opposite eye from the one operated on two weeks ago. Having and being Sunday Wests Was ah experience of hiany Bunday. *fr. and Mrs. A. Gregory and Mrs. BHa Gregory were here at the Orover Rentz home from Rutland; the E. L. Phillips, Sioux City, and the H. H. Phillips, Dows, were at the S. F. Phillips home; the Chandos Smiths went to visit with friends in Emmetsburg and the J. S. Schultz spent the week end at the D. J. fi. Shultz home In Pella; Frank Jutte, Des Moines, was a guest of relatives here. H.W.POST Dray and Trafttfet Storage of all kinds G Auto Glass Replaced while you wait. We carry a complete stock of window glass 36-tf Want Ads Bring You Quick Results Rosena Barton went to Algona Monday to begin working at the Robert Dutton home. Mrs. Max Block submitted to another operation at the General hospital in Algona Saturday. Clifford Knoll and his father, Fred Knoll, Algona, left Sunday night for Kansas City, Kansas. Mary McClellan, who has been taking nurses training in Davenport Is home for a short vacation. Mrs. Josephine Scribner and the C. C. McClellans attended the funeral of Bert Anfinson, Corwith, at Belmond, Sunday. The Rev. L. Wittenburg and Teacher Elmer Wehrspann went to Marcus Tuesday to attend a two- day pastoral conference. Mrs. Rosa Steussy, who has been quite ill, was able to return to her home Sunday. She has been with Harriett Heiter spent Saturday with Nila Burtis, Algona, who just returned from a visit in Denver, Colo. Mrs. Martha Rath and son, Lawrence, spent Saturday and Sunday at the Henry Raths, Alexander, Minn. Viola Bierle, who is employed at the Arthur Wringers, Swea City, spent Sunday at the parental Chas. Bierles. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Gardner and granddaughter, Joan, Plum Creek, spent Sunday afternoon at the V. Grosses. Vera Morris returned here to the parental Charles Morris home last week Tuesday from her school duties at Cowrie. The farm-known as the Bobby Thompson farm, rented by P. M. Christenbon, is having a well drill- on it this weelf afternoon at the D. T. Hobsons, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton attended the graduation exercises at the Bancroft parochial school Sunday. Mrs. Cotton attended a Sunday school convention in Burt on Monday. The M. O. Richards family and Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algona, had a picnic dinner at the Call Park near Algona, Sunday. In the afternoon they called at the William Bilsboroughs. Mrs. E. M. Jensen and Mrs. Roy Jensen, accompanied by Mrs. V. L. Whalen and Mrs. Oliver Stowe, Dolliver, spent last Thursday with the letter's sister, Mrs Clinton LaBar. at Austin, Minn Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, Gerald, Grace and Lillian Angus spent Sunday afternoon at the John McNeils, Algona. The A. R. Cruikshanks, Algona, spent the aft- NOW THERE'S A VIEW fAAKES TOU GLW> VOU'RE AUtVEl ' Taking Off, Eh! Must Be Using D-X ETHYL Johnson D-X SERVICE STATION State & Moore , . .. ... UrulKSIianKS, Alguim, B|JCUI me o> The Fred Haack family and the j ernoon at the R . T . AngU3 home. were . Frank | Mrs - .nu.ers, Emmetsburg. | ^Te ArthuV'S^Withi. Whit: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lecper temore Saturday afternoon. Mr. rtrove to Dodge Ct-nter _last week and Mrg Jenbfcn gpent Sunday aft . . ernoon at the Everett Jensens, in Sexton. Sunday dinner guests at the Hugh Marlows were the Lyle Mar- Tuesday to the Harry Rahns, returning here Saturday. Mr. iind Mrs. H. A. Wiener and the Henry Schroeders attended the mission festival at the Lutheran ••-»" "^' Me ~ rwin ~' Marlows. the church in Burt Sunday. Bernard Leepers, the V. L. Whal- Eileen Walsh closed the Murphy ens tne Q. P. Stows of Dolliver, school last week Wednesday with a Mr ' an j jf rs c. J. LaBar and program and lunch. The ladies of \y m . Cameron of Austin, Minn, the district were guests. ' - - Mrs. Clinton LaBar. Austin, Minn., Mrs. V. L. Whalen. son Jack. Mrs. Oliver Stow of Dolliver visited Friday evening at the Hugh Theo. Krueger and Emil Kraft iishtd Sunday at Emmetsburg. E. M. Jensen. A A. Krueger and Roy Jensen fished at Lost Island the same d;iy. The Mark Simmons family, Fairmont, spent Sunday afternoon with the A. H. Hunn.-i a . The Alfred Schtnckb. Algona, were evening guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Bt-n Ouenth'.-r. Es- thcrvillc, Mr. and Mr.,, Frank Kunn and Mr. and Mrs. Clan-nee Emli.-r- hon were Sunday dinner KUests at tile Jirn Ackermuns. Charles Hawks went lo the John Geitzeiiuuerh, Armstrong. last Thursday for a visit. The Ucltjeit (ieilienauers and Phyllis Hawks U!MJ spent Sunday there. Air. and Mis Chaile.i Paint and son, Kenneth, Plymouth. \V rived Friday evening for | Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen, son Russell, P.oger Jensen, Ernest and Esther Hutchinson, Raymond Bierstedt and Frank Droessler, of Bancroft, left Sunday evening for a week's fishing trip at Deer River, Minn., near the Canadian border. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Whitney, of Madison. Wis.. arrived Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Micka. Sunday, all drove to Eagle Grove, spending the day with the F. M. Whitney's, who leave Tuesday to make their home in California. The Arthur Htidenwiths and Mrs. Dorothy Stbt-r.s. Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Thompsons. The Fred Wegen- ers were evening guests there. Mrs. Wegener and Mrs. Thompson spent !ust Thursday with the Heiden- v.'iths. Ellen Wolfe, Swea City, and Freeman Wolfe, Fenton. were Sunday dinner guests at the Calvin Householders. The Edwin Aliens, Swea ,,. City, and Mr. Wolfe, were supper nvea rriuay evening iui- a 'vi.,it j guests there. Evening guests there with Mr;j Pained sisters, Mri. Lil-1 were the halph Kiedels, Feuton haii \Vorthinstoii and family. ami Floyd Mai all. lionalil Jensen entertained Saturday iilieuioon in honor of his fiftl birthday. Attending were: Cluudt Ackeiman, Joan Flaig, Eulu Ma Burdelle KokeMn. Moiuvia, runic a week i»g'j Monday to the Hurry Holjsoiis where lie is now employ- wher The- i j vj;;Ue<j .Siuiuay LOWE BROTHERS NEPTU. NITE FLOOR VARNISH will give your floor* a bird, durable surface which heat, moisture, or heavy furniture will not mar. Ute it tonight and you can safely walk on your floors tomorrow —because it's quick drying. And because it's so light in color, it will not darken or discolor the lightest of woods. F. S. Norton &Son Phone 229 Notice The undersigned ban no financial interest in the bunnies* conducted at 113 South Ltodgc Street, known us "Akre's Grocery", and will not be ptraonttJly respon^iKe for any obligations of said concern. 21-^2 £VA M. AKRE More For Your Money! \ • Starting this week, all want ads from The Upper Des Moines will be carried FREE in The Saturday Shopper, AND THE SATURDAY SHOPPER WILL BE DELIVERED TO EVERY HOME IN ALGONA & ALGONA R. ROUTES 0 CIRCULATION—3,428 Papers 2,000 Shoppers 5,438 Total *. (Same arrangement will be in effect with Kossuth Advance want ads). No Increase in Rates Want Ads 2c per word Payable in Advance Deadline is 9 a. in. Thursday for Paper Deadline is 9 a. in. Friday for Shopper Why Be Satisfied With Less? New Subscribers—41 NEW subscribers to the Upper Des Moines in the month of May, for a grand circulation total of 3,438. The March of Time—syndicated news review of world, gathered by the editors of Time magazine, found exclusively in this paper weekly. Corwith and Livermore correspondents added to growing list of staff reporters to keep pace with growing circulation and enlarged territory of coverage. i Phone Your Want Ads To 230 AlgonaUpperDesMoine; i Printing—Publishing Office Supplies—Typewriters

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