The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1937 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 1,1937 AUXILIARY HAD ELECTION, FRI. Mrs. Eva Boettcher Is the New President; To Be Installed 18th ise Drake of Whitewood, South Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Drake of Mooskee, Wyo., and Mildred Drake of Vale, S. D. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Votteler. Sr., Mrs. Katie Hantelman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler and son, Deland and Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wehrspann, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman, all of Fenton. and Mr. and Mrs.-Lnwrence Hantelman and daughter, Mary Lou, Seneca. Fenton: The Legion Auxiliary met Friday, June 25, with Mrs. Sam Warner. The annual election of officers was held as follows: president, Mrs. Eva Boettcher; vice president, Mrs. Ella Padgett; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Nellie Wolfe; chaplain, Mrs. Anna Kramer; historian, Mrs. Myrtle Baago; sergeant at arms. Mrs. Clara Pauerby; executive board, Mrs. Gladys Straley. Mrs. Viola Ohm and Mrs. Marguerite Laage. The officers will be installed at the home of Mrs. Anna Kramer at the July meeting. Plans were made for a Legion and Auxiliary picnic at Tuttle Lake on July 18th. Entertains at Dinner Mrs. Elsie Dreyer entertained at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hobert and children of Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and daughters. Ruth and Alvinn. Mrs. Hobert is the former Emma Dreyer, daughter of Emil Dreyer of Charles City. Sunday afternoon visitors were Mrs. Art Krnuse and daughter. Irene. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hcngel and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Dreyer and sons. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer and son, Frnnk. Pi«nlc At Clear Lake Mr. and Mrs. George Goetsch and grandchildren, Charlene and Francis Goetsch, had a picnic dinner at Clear Lake, Sunday and were joined by their daughter, Mildred and friends of Des Molnes. Family Reunion Sunday A family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mra. George Stems In honor of Mrs. Lou- Has Foot Amputated W. J. Weisbrod and son, Don, visited John Arbogast at the Coleman hospital, Estherville. On Tuesday Mr. Arbogast had his right foot amputated. Mrs. F. P. Newel is ill in bod from poisoning on her leg. Wilfred Bierstedt is driving a new Ford tudor purchased last week in Whittemore. Phyllis Gibbons is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod at Whittemore this week. Bertha Solberg of Ringsted spent Friday and Saturday here at the Albert Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Frederick PORTABLE TRAILER SHEEP DIPPER—Here is the first portable trailer sheep dipper to be put in use in Grant Countyl Indiana. The outfit was constructed by a 4-H club member and will be used as a part of his sheep club program for the year. The entire outfit is portable and can be set up within a few minutes. It is built on Purdue University specifications. Guessing Time Life Itself la a guess. Everybody Is a guesser. The doctors, the lawyers, the bankers, the farmers, the merchants. Right now It is anybody's guess. What has the future In store for us? What are the wild waves saying? Who will pay all the debts we are making? Who will be dictator Roosevelt or Lewis? Everybody has a guess. I guess I will keep my feet on the ground and not Indulge in any high flying this year. They talk one thing and mean something else. Factories are talking higher prices In one breath and the next moment offer you a big bargain at close out prices. If they are so sure of higher prices later why are they so anxious to unload now. When I was a boy I attended a guessing school, and I have been gueslng ever since. My guess right now Is to keep on selling goods at reduced prices. I am sure there will always be plenty merchandise to buy if I have the money to buy It. "Good standard shoes and clothes, the same goods for lots money" baa always been my motto and I believe It is -^ » right gpod principal to stick to. We are going to keep right on dishing out tni"fcaiS«lnii."~~'"""""**"""* Ladle*' white Slippers, worth Jl.OO go at 29c Children's black and brown oxfords up to big 2 at 49o Men's and boys' polo shirts, not many left at Z5c Men's and boys' caps We; 25c and 50c neckties at 19c Men's white buck Oxfords at $L*9; Boys' work shirts 25c Ladies' kid slippers, stylish and lots of wear at $LOO Men's and boys' rayon underwear 26c Anklets 5c and so on through the store. Jimmie Neville , THE SHOE MAN of Hunibokit were Sunday visitors at the C. F. Wagner home. John Bailey is pending the first of this week with his cousins, the Henry Neumnn.s al Algona. Donna Jean Bailey is attending summer school at Cedar Falls and will teach near Burt this fall. Earl Haase of the CCC camp at Bancroft, spent Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. Herman Gade and family. Mrs. F. J. Willrett and daughter, Elsie. Algona and Henry Berghofer family were at the A. R. Willrett's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit and Sldonia Bierstedt left Saturday forenoon for a week's fishing in northern Minnesota. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod visited Miss Mattie Winkle at Bancroft, Monday. Miss Winkle is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and daughters of Algona spent Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and family. C. Frank of Charles City came on Staurday to visit the son, E. J. and family. He left Tuesday to visit relatives in Minnesota. Robert and Ervin Votteler, Geo. Pert! and Robert Huskamp spent from Sunday morning to Monday fishing at Lake Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finnestad and daughter, Rosemary and sons, Billie and Mark were Sunday dinner guests of the W. V. Yagers. The Henry Tieman family were Sunday dinner guests at the Art Tietz home In Algona Sunday. Mrs. Tletz is the Tiemans' daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace and sons, Gordon and Mervln and Rose Weisbrod were entertained at the Charles Weisbrod home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause and sons and Paul Bailey spent Sunday with Paul's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey at Marshall, Minn. Mr. and M.S. William Bleich of Burt spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohn. Mrs. Bleich la a sister of Mr. Bohn. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher and family were Sunday dlnn< »">~*»--/WMrs. tfxry Mlttag. home. cMwbmerandUt- News Items ofBurt Vicinity linni i*ME tle son, Loren, of Homestead Are spending two weeks' vacation with Mrs. August Meyer and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kressin of Pasadena, California, who are visiting relatives at Lotts Creek, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison entertained Mr. and Mrs. Joe Me Govern and son, Mickey, and Mr I and Mrs. James McGovern of Whit temore, Sunday. Mrs. Herman Leudtke, Sr., return ed home Sunday from the Kossuth hospital, Algona, where she spent i week taking radium treatments fo a cancerous trouble. Mrs. H. C. Lindsey visited Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod in Whittemore on Sunday evening while Mr. Lindsey and son. Edward, attended a night bail game in Algona. nnouncinff To the People of Algona and Vicinity: A Change in Management of the Elk Cleaners We uute taken over the ownership and uiauuge- meut ot' "The Kit Cleaners and Tailors" from W. J. aud II. W. Becker. Mauj >ears oi practical experience in the dry cleaning field enables u» to offer quality cleaning. May we merit your patronage. H.A.NORMAN R.F.PERRY Phone ALGONA, IOWA Across from Sew Pobtoffke Mrs. Emil Haave of Winona, Minn., is visiting her Hunt, Mrs. Frances Lakin. While here she and Mrs. Lakin visited relatives at Estherviile and Emmetsburg. The Dean Nellis family, Renwick, the Melvin Kern ramily of Sexton and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Kern home. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Gaard left Saturday morning to attend the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. Gaard's uncle, Rev. Lundberg at Mount Vernon. South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller and Mr. and Mrs. Delbcrt Hanna and families were entertained Sunday at the Mark Simmons home In Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. William Garman and daughters, Wilma and Vera Mae of Round Lake, Minnesota, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bertel Berkland. Mr. Garman Is a cousin of Mrs. Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wlddel and son, Duane, left Saturday for Colesburg, Iowa, and Sunday attended the Funeral of Mrs. Widdel's aunt Pearl Haase Is keeping house for the other son, Mervin. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eisenschmidt and daughter, Louise, of Dubuque and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shauger and family of Waterloo came Saturday to attend the Jensen reunion at Seneca Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace of Thompson are parents of a girl, born June 26. This is the Wallaces' third child and the daughter, Myrna, is staying with her grandparents, he John Wallace's. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager and son, Clarence and the Amos Flnnes- .ads were six o'clock dinner guests at the W. C. Stamer home Sunday, rhe occasion was the birthday anniversary of Mr. Stamer. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tietz and Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz,and daughter, Lorraine left early for a week's visit with relatives in Minnesota and also will spend a few days fishing in northern Minnesota. Messrs. Ole Berkland, Ole Solberg, and Andrew Berkland of Fenton accompanied John Brakke of Grae.tUnsfer to Madison, WU., to attend the Stavanger meeting held JMt .«***• Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Theesfleld and sons Larry and Dickie and Hertha Ruhnke of Fenton and Theodore Kruegcr and daughter, Elma ol Lone Rock were Sunday evening visitors at the Mark Simmons home in Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager and family of this place and the Henry Mansagers of Cylinder drove to Hollandale, Minn., Saturday anc remained until Sunday at the E Mansagers. En route home they vis ited at Austin, Minn. Muriel Gowans, R. N. returned to Los Angeles, California, last week after spending three weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gowans, near Depew. Anothe daughter. Catherine of Fort Collin is home for the summer. Mrs. Am OH Finnestad, Mrs. Georg Jentz, Mra. Walter Jentz, Mrs. E J. Frank and Mrs. Chas. Newel at tended the Lutheran Aid societ meeting of the Burt Lutherai < hurch Thursday afternoon. Mrs. i Delbert Hanna was hostess. | Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Schrum, j newlyweds. left Saturday for their home at Swinton, Mo. They left earlier than had been planned because of the illness of Mr. Schrum's father. Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and family took them to Des Moines. Miss Luella Heather, missionary to India, spoke at the morning service in the M. E. church Sunday and was a dinner guest at the Wilbert Holldorf home. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder mid family were supper guests at the Holldorf home. Dinner guests at the Fred Kluss home Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Davidson and son, Douglas and Harold Neville and sons of Algona. Mr. ami Mrs. Alvin Kluss and son Willis of Gait. Florice Gibbons returned home with the Davidsons for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bramson and son, ElwooU and daughter, Georgia, of Mitchell. S. D., and Mrs. Josephine (iioeling of Venus, Neb., came Friday evening to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hanson. The Bramson family left for their home Monday, but Mrs. Groeling remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. ('. F. C. Laage and daughter, Edith and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and daughter, Betty Jean went to Brooten, Minn.. Saturday, where they visited at the E. A. E., A C. and O. A. Laage homes until Sunday evening. On Sunday they celebrated the birthday anniversary of £1. A. E. Laage, who is a brother of C. F. C. Laage. Mr. and Mrs. August Gade and family and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade and family of West Bend and the Hugo Faulstich family of LolU Creek and Emil Bierstedt and Hugo jade families and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and son of Algeria were entertained Sunday at the Herman Gade home in honor of Mr. Cade's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and the Don WeisbroUs drove to Spirit Lake Sunday where they met the Hugo Denkcr family of Lester, iowu. After a picnic dinner and supper al Weaver's Point they all came to the W J. Weisbroda and the Ufiikers returned home early Monday leaving a daughter Elinor for a two wttka' viiit. Florence WeibbrcxJ, who had spent a week with the Denkers, remained at home. Celebrate 2 Birthdays A family gathering was held at the Wyot Stott home Friday In honor of the birthdays of Mrs, Stott and Kenneth Ringsdorf. Those attending were Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf, the G. B. Braces, the L. A. Boettchers, the T. A. Ringsdorfs, and the Ross Ringsdorfs, Mapleton, Minn., and Harry Cheevers, Arvin California. The group had a picnic dinner at noon. Beulah Gifford purchased a c ir) Algona last Saturday. A. H. Melnzcr and H. O. Buell fished at Spirit Lake Tuesday. The Henry Nelsons were Sunday dinner guests at the Lewis Larsen home. Vernon Schmidt. Bode, is visiting his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. The Horace Schencks, Crystal Lake, spent Sunday at the L. H. Schenck home. The Rev. L. Richmanns attended a Lutheran mission festival at Whittemore Sunday. Edward Peaples. Sioux City, visited last Wednesday and Thursday at the Carl Bahling home. The L. A. and W. W. Boettchers were Sunday guests at the E. C. Weisbrod home in Fenton. L. If. Schenck and son, Horace Schenck of Crystal Lawe were fish- ng Sunday at Spirit Lake. G. W. Bleich attended a farm bureau and soil conservation meet- ng at Ames Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bleich visited Mrs. Blelch's mother, Mrs. Seaman, at Lewlsville, Minn., Sunday. Miss Zelma Gifford accompanied Gene Butcher and parents to Fergus Falls, Minn., for an Indefinite itay. Mrs. Floss Shipler, Minneapolis, arrived Saturday and Is visiting with Mrs. Belle Reynolds and other relatives. The L. E. Roetmans spent the week end with Mr. Roetman's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. G. Roetman at Sanborn. The Harry Cheevers, Arvin, Cal- fornia, who are visiting here, spent the week end with Mr. Cheever's rother in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dremmel and ittle son, Aurora, 111., arrived on hursday for a week or two visit ith Floyd's parents, Mr. and Mra. '. L. Dremmel. Mrs. Mary Eickost, Mr. and Mrs. Dave and son, Avoca, Wls., and Wm. utz, So. St Paul, Minn., visited ver the week end at the Herman Putz and Herman Bleich home*. The Presbyterian Sunday School ilcnlc, which was to have been held ast Friday at Call Park, was post- oned on account of the heavy ain. A new date has not yet been et. Clifford Schrader, Hattie Ward, Dr. M. I. Llchter and Loretta Howie, Algona, hatf a picnic at the Sigsbee farm last week Sunday In hon- r of the birthdays of Clifford and Loretta. , The Rev. L. Richmanns returned Friday from Readlyn, where they had spent a few days with Rev. Richmann's relatives. Rev. Braner, Algona, will preach for Rev. Richmann next Sunday. Miss Beulah and Zelma Gifford sang at Elmore last week Wednesday night. The girls aang several duets and Beulah tap-danced. The winner of the contest will be announced this week. the Carl Bahllngs arid Betty Walker spent the week end with the George Schroeders at Ames, and also visited at Toledo and Marshalltown. Duane Schroeder came home with them for a visit here. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Trainer, Mrs. Hariman and Mrs. Prulsman and children, Kanawha, visited at the Mrs. Carrie Ackerman home Saturday. Betty Lou Harriman remained for a visit at the R. L. Ackerman home. Jerry Pruisman, who had been visiting here, returned home with his mother. The R. I. Iliffs, Webster City, were week end guests at the J. H. Graham home. Mrs. Iliff remained for a few days' visit Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Wlckwire and son, Walter and Martha Little. Des Moines, also spent Sunday at the Graham home. Mrs. Iliff is Mrs. Graham's sister and Mr. Wickwire is her brother. For 20 Years This Association has been of service to home owners. . Simple, Economical Home Loans. Our long term home loans are available to responsible citizens to'help them buy, build or refinance a home. No renewal expense. Small monthly payments —like rent—will bring you DEBT FREE Home Ownership. 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