The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 1, 1937 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 1, 1937
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WESLEYBOY1S MAKING A FINE NAVAL RECORD Joseph Lorenz Top Man In Class of 120 Recruits with them all In Joseph's fine prog- ess in the navy. At Family Reunion The L. lj. Leases drove to Decorah Sunday to attend the annual Gesme clan reunion. There were 84 relatives present, and it was voted next year to hold the gathering at Lansng, Iowa. Four states, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa, were represented at the meeting. The Leases also called on Roy darks at Decorah, they Having been former residents of Wesley. Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lorenz were made very happy over the week end in receiving a persona; letter from J. W. Gates, commander of the U. S. Navy, a training officer at San Diego, California, con gratulating therrt upon the advancement of their son, Joseph, who nbou two months ago, joined the navy. In part, the letter reads as follows "Your son has been selected as the honor man out of 120 recruits in his company at this station for the week ending June 25, J937. This is ai honor of which you may be justly proud as it is given to the one man f each company who is the mos conspicuous in his attention to duty and who. during this week, has dem onstrated the most ability to profl from the instructions given. Per mlt me, therefore, on behalf of m; commanding officer and other officers of this station to congratulate you on having a son who has startr ed on his naval career with such marked promise of success." Joseph, and the Lorenz family have many friends in this locality and others, that are very happy Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno and two children spent Sunday here at the A. L. Kleinpeter and Albert Reno homes. Miss Betty Kueck. daughter of the Henry Kuecks at Lone Rock, spent Inst week visiting in the Leo Sankey home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ostercamp and four children were guests Sunday at the home of his brother, John nt'Britt. The Julius Kunz family returnee home Sunday afternono following a three weeks' vacation trip to the west const. Mrs. Mae Harris and Mrs. Homer Anderson and cniidren of Algona were recent callers at the Milton Giddings home. Miss Leona Hinkle who has been employed at the Wallace Benton cafe for several months, returned to her home at Fort Dodge Sunday Mr and Mrs. John Leickteig and Mr and Mrs. Louis Lickteig were called to the Lickteig parental home in Kansas last week due to the dentn of their mother. Mr and Mrs. J. P. Uhlenhake and children of Whittemore spent Sunday at the R. C. Bauer home. From YOUB FBDBND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 23,1937 BUY FOR JULY 4 At thto Mto you bay meat for the Sunday dinner and the July Fourth Picnic. Too will like meat that can be heated In the oven for Sunday and served cold at the picnic Mich as Spiced Luncheon Meat and BoneJeM Boiled Ham. SPICED LUNCH MEAT A delicious B pound loaf In tin. For this «ale the whole or half loaf at 29o per pound. BOILED HAM 8 to U Pound Cooked Ham In tin. Senr* hot or cold. No bone or waste. This finest of all ready to serve raeata la the whole or half bam at 4Tc per pound. BABY BEEF ROAST Buy these lean tender Beef Route plenty big BO there will be Cold Roast Beef for Coldlunches. These excellent roasts at a •pedal price of 24c per pound. BEEF STEAK Tto Algoaa Upper Pea Molina, Algona, Iowa, July 1.1937 260AFSHOWER SUNDAY, ST. JOE SNITE ENROKTE TO CHICAGO IN "IRON IAING"— Frederick Snite, Jr., of Chicago being taken from ship to train at San Francisco in "Iron Lung" for the last lap of journey which made medical history. Reported "resting well", Snite is due in Chicago on Tuesday, June 21. Beside the youth's head is Doctor Claude Fofkner, who has been in charge of the patient for two years and accompanied him from Shanghai. Beyond Dr. Forkner is the patient's sister. Loretta Mary Snite. Baby Heel Steak (or tills safe »t Me per pound. We cut thin to fry or as thick a* yon wish (or a fancy oven roast ^ Delicious ready to serve meato at popular prices. They may be had In pieon or sliced at the following price*: Ring and Large Bologna pound 17c Veal Loaf pound 21c Pickle and Pimento Loaf pound 21c Macaroni and Cheese Loaf pound 21c Fresh Smoked Wieners pound 23c Mild Cure Summer Sausage pound 25c BARTLETT PEARS For delicious Summer Salad* you can use several large No. 2!i cans of tender sugary Bartletta at our special price of 16c per can. I'lac* a luscious Prar on l/ettuce. Fill cup with Cottage Che**-. Add a dash of Salad Drf-wilng. Kxcellelit fruit for Gelatine Dessert SWEET MIDGETS Superb Sweet Midget* are the pickle* preferred by discriminating hostesses* and a pickle that will please the most sophisticated guest The large 14-ox. Jar at a special price of lite is an excellent picnic package. PICNIC COOKIES Not necessary to bake cookie* for the July 4th picnic. Take along plenty of Iced Fruit fake* at our special price of 2 Ibs. for -7c. Every bite invite* another so be kure you boy plenty. CRACKER JACK For a regular Fourth of July, the youngsters must have plenty of Cracker Jack. Tliey can't eat enough of this delicious wholesome confection to hurt them. For this sale the price is 3 packages for lOc. PORK & BEANS Tin- picnic spread is not complete unless it includes Morning Light fork and Beans in tomato sauce. For this sale, thr large •>1 ounce cans for only tir. Buy a supply at the bpecial price and avoid hot weather baking. SUPERB OATS The weather makes little difference; America still ha* a dish of rolled oaU. for breakfast. Superb OaU, either regular or quirk cooking in the large package at u special price of IBc. KELLOGG'S FREE OFFER Buy 1 package Kellog's Krumble* awl 1 package Kellogg's Whole Wheat Biscuit laid get a free tumbler. For this sale the combination price is IVe. "HONEY KRUSHED" Have you tried tile recently "Improved" Honey Krushed Wheat Bread wliich ha* been Tested and Approved by tiood Housekeeping Bureau. Crushed Wheat with honey for sweetening is nature's aid U> improved digestion, renewed energy and the a \oidauce of constipation. SHINOLA WHITE Cleaner ^. l ^^"slio^ke i uso l u* fc A bptcU price of 7c p4-r bottU- for this """' RED BAG COFFEE When >our collee taste change* it isn't alwa>» the expensive te£u.*Zt .,11 thr WU. The mild, sw«-t flavor ol our popular " . I „.,, KJJ,," Coilce ma) lt«- tile corrrft answer. Ir> it <U oai^tptiiiU price of 18c IHT pound or 3 pounds for 5.ic. SOAP SPECIAL Crjstul White Ijuuidry ^""P »' " special price for tlii^ ->u.l.-. 5 Giant baxs for H*c. here they went on to Hutchins to visit her relatives, the Daughn families. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Steindorf returned to their home in Youngstown, Ohio, Thursday following a visit here with her brother, J. L. Grattidge, and with another brother at Clear Lake. Miss Ruth Muehe for the past several weeks has been at Albert Lea visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs. Albert Dirksen. She plans to remain for a longer visit before returning to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Giddings entertained his parents, the A. E. Gid- dingses, and the Gordon Giddings family at Sunday dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Giddings and two sons of Green Castle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne and Leonard drove to Roland Sunday to visit relatives. Upon their return home they were accompanied by their daughter, Rosalie, who had visited relatives there the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark and three children spent the week end in Minneapolis where Edward sought medical aid for severe headaches. While in the cities, they also attended special church meetings. Chauncey Sturdivant stopped briefly in Wesley Saturday morning on his return to his employment at Mason City at the Witwer grocery following a visit with his sister, Mrs. Charles Crouch at Algona. Mr and Mrs. Ollie Lyng and son of Forest City, Mrs. Peter Larson and three sons, Orville, Marvin and Duane of Clarion, were guests Sun- foung Medic Is Visiting Thorsons In N. W. Kossuth Swea-Eagle: Chester Samuelson. on of Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Samuel- on of Akron, visited during the i-eek with relatives, O. L. Thorson nd G. A. Lofstrom. Mr. Samuel- on last spring graduated in med- cine from Iowa University. He will egin an interneship July 1st at Jetroit City Hospital, Detroit, Mich- gan. Tonarid brother, Lester Larson, and family. The Women's Foreign Missionary society meets July 9th at the home of Mrs. Carl Hanson and Mrs. Gordon Giddings. assistant hostess. This is a postponed meeting, first plans being made to hold it this week Friday. Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Gerdes and two laughters, Lavon and Sylvia Ann apent Sunday at the home of his niece, Mrs. Wm. Fritz and familj near Titonka. A baby boy was re cently born into the Fritz home auc they now have three children. Carl T. Franzen, daughter, Helei and son, Enar, were guests at th home of the Oscar Millers at Titon ka recently at a dinner party give in honor of the Millers- daughter, Hazel Miller, who is home on a vacation from duties as student nurse in a hospital in Des Moines. Mrs. Anna Lillie left Tuesday for Newark, New Jersey, to visit relatives and expects to be gone the Delegates to Convention Mr. and Mrs. A. R, Bexell were elegtaes to the 78th Lutheran Aug- stana synod at Omaha last week. Mr. Bexell was delegate for the lay group and Mrs. Bexel for the Woman's Missionary societies. Mrs. Art Anderson attended the Ladles' Farm bureau meeting at Dakota last Tuesday. Mrs. George Harner entertained her M. E. Aid division at her home ast Friday afternoon. Vernon Mitchell of Myrtle, Minnesota, called at the John Jongberg home Thursday. Mrs. Nels Olson of Forest City visited the past week at the home of ter son, Leslie Hanson. Mrs. Floyd Treat and daughter and Mrs. John Jongberg were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday. Carl Rath and Doyle Sanders drove to Spirit Lake to fish Monday. They report a good catch. Herlinda Frideres Honored at Pre-Nuptial Gathering St. Joe: A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower In honor of Miss Herlinda Frideres whs neld Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's Hnll. The afternoon was spent at cards and socially. First prize was awarded to Olga Gales in bridge and low to Mrs. M J. Weydert. Five hundred prize wns awarded to Mrs. Paul Thilges for high and Mrs. William Metr.en low. Olga Gates received the door prize. Miss Frideres was the recipient of many pretty and useful gifts. A delicious lunch was served to 260 b.v the hostesses. .Miss Frideres will be married to Laurence Kirsch on July 7th. Infant Baptized The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Berte was baptized Amanda Josephine. Sunday by Father Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs Nick Berte and Aivin Berte. Matt Beckers Parents Relatives received word of the birth of a daughter. Norma Jean born June 15th to Mr. and Mrs. Matt Becker of Burt. The infant was baptized last Sunday by Father Davern of Algona. Sponsors were Mrs James Becker and Peter Erpelding of Algona. George Illg. of Algona. is quite improved following a recent illness. Pearl Reading spent several days the past week at the Alfred Reding home. Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind spent Sunday with friends at Belmond. Alfred Zeller, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Zeller, had his tonsils removed last week. Letitia Kenne of Whittemore spent last week at the Mike Wiltgen home here. Herbert Wagner spent several days last week at the Nick Eischen home near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weydert entertained relatives Sunday for dinner and supper. Mrs. Buttemore and daughter, Augusta, of West Bend spent Friday at the John Origer home. Mathilda Bulb from Storm Lake is visiting with her sister Madeline Bulb at the M. T. McGuire home. Mr. and Mrs. John Reding and family of Whittemore were Sunday visitors at the John S. Reding home here. Ervin Wiltgen spent the past week with his brother, Clarence Wiltg,jn and his grandmother, both at Whittemore. Mrs. Herman Becker was a patient the past week in St. Joseph's Rev Fft«h«r Theobald attended the funeral of Rev-Edwrird Mastri-son nt Corpus Chrlut! Cftthollc church In Fort Dodge, Monday norning. Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wngner «nd daughter, Ri- alne and Nicholas W«gn«r spent Friday evening ftt the Nick Reding home near Whittemore. Mary Jane and Gregory Orlger, children of Mr. and Mrs. John Or- Iger. spent last week «t the home of their maternal grandmother. Mrs. Buttemore of West Bend. Zltn Thill left the first of the week for Iowa City where she has gone for medical aid. Miss Thill has been staying with her maternal grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrmann. John Kirsch and John Frideres spent Sunday nt Fairfax, Minn., where Mr. Kirsch has purchased a restaurant of which he will take possession July 1. The Kirches will move this week Wednesday. Mrs. John Oeishecker and daughters, Florence and Elvira and son. John, dn v to Parsons. Kansas. ' we*k to get Mrs. Mathcw O'Connor and daughter, ROM Anne, who wilt visit here and In Algona «lth relatives and friends. Mrs. O'Connor Is a sister of Mrs. CtoMiecker and daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Nick Bor- rrmnn, Sr., of Algonix. A shower was held In honor of Mrs. E. Hancock of LuVerne at the Presbyterian church parlors on Friday evening. A good P/OR""" was given. They presented h£r with «n upholstered rocking chair and an end table. Delicous refreshments were served. When to need of glasses have your eyes thoroughly examined by DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Follow the Crowd Mr, and Mrs. Kern of of Mr. Blair's brothers, Howard and Lyle Blair. Mr. and Mrs. E. Gibson and her daughter of Austin and Mr. and Mrs. S. Gibson of Wesley were week end juests of the Sam Gibsons. Mrs. O. L. Thorson and son, Orville, Mrs. G. A. Lofstrom and Richard Anderson were Sunday visitors at the Judd Days, Mankato, Minn., and with Miss Mable Swenson, St. Peter, Minn. Henry Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jenson and Mrs. Marie Vaux attended the Iowa State Brand Creamery meeting at Mason City Wednesday This was an all day meeting. A luncheon was served at noon. Mrs. John Jongberg was hostess for an all day party last Wednesday. Her guests were 2-4 cousins in the family. Lavonne. Vernon and Wilma Thackery of Armstrong and Delores Mayne of Ledyard re rnained until Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Fred Fahy of Tirn hospital. Fort Dodge. She was suffering from a throat infection. Mrs. Eugene Thul from near Ottosen and Nicholas J. Becker spent Wednesday at the James Becker and Matt Becker homesjiear Burt. B«cker7~son of Mr. and . Mrs. Herman Becker, spent hut week at the home of his paternal randparents, Mr. and Mrs. John tecker. remainder of the summer. Her niece, Miss Helen Miller of near Sexton making the trip with her. Mrs. >utton of Algona will keep house t the Dr. F. L. Adama residence uring her absence. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lorenz and hildren attended a Skelly Oil deal rs' picnic at Lake Cornelia near Clarion last Thursday. The picnic was attended by some 150 or more ersons. Mr. Lorenz has been lo- ul dealer and distributor of Skelly in Wesley for the past 12 •ears, coming here from Britl. Miss Alvina Johnson of Radcliffe pent a few brief hours in Wesley Sunday calling on friends. Miss Johnson taught the fourth, fifth and sixth grades in the public school lere the past year and hits signed a contract to return in the fall. She .., attending summer school at Beuna Vista college in Storm Lake. The Misses Margaret and Avreil Oppedahl of (Joldfield have been house guests at the home of their aunt. Mrs. Lester Larson since last week Wednesday night at which tune their parents, the Andrew Op- peduhls at Uoldntld went to Lee III., to attend a wedding. The girls expected to return to their parenta home the middle of this week. Mr ami Mrs. Sophus Nelson and ins mother. Mrs. Soren Nelson, ar rived in Wesley Sunday for a brie visit before leaving for the former' home in Detroit The Sophua Nel sons have been at Woodburn, Ore gon. to visit in his parental home Mrs. Nelson plans to return later t Wesley to visit numerous Neluo and Hanson relatives, then go on t ler home in Woodburn. M.v and Mrs. Glenn Giddings an raimly consisting of two sons. Don aid and Bill, of Green l,'astle. Jnd . It-It Wesley Monday morning for Keota, to further their visit with Iowa relatives before returning to the east following a two weeks' vacation trip. While here they visit- ber Lake. S. D., called at the Walte I'etterson and John Jongberg home last Saturday. They were on thei way to visit Mrs. Fahy's father Lars Erickson. ON DISPLAY AT THE FAIRGROUNDS JULY 4th - 5th AT THE CELEBRATION NEW Allis Chalmers ALL CROP HARVESTER "The Successor to the Binder" ON DISPLAY BY LOCAL DEALER ELBERT'S GARAGE Sexton Picnic At Clear Lake Sun. Sexton: Members of the Young Ptople's Sunday School claas enjoyed a picnic at Clear Lake Sunday. Those attending were: Wilbur und Kverett Steven. Rex Taylor and Arthur Stueber, Lois Miller, Eleanor Fra-ser, Winifred Plumb and Edith ireentield. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent he week end at the Henry Hawey home in Mason City. Esther Fitch spent last week with her sisters. Mrs. John Weiland and Edna, at Hutchins. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Stripling and children of LuVerne were visitors at the Elmer Ernory home Sunday. Mrs. Hose Fitch and daughter, Lois and Wm. Hansen attended an ice crearn social at Uoan last Thursday evening. Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children of Mapleton. Minn., are visiting a few days at the Harvey Steven home north of town. Mrs. Koisa Fitch of Sextcn and her husband. Mrs. Jack Weiland of Hutchins were callers in Algona on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Clayton Johnson and children spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Greenfield and Edith. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and little son. John Herman, Staples, Minn., are spending a few daya this week with Mrs. Opheun's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Ml" and Mrs. Clayton Johnson and and KOSSUTH FAIRGROUNDS ( Under AuKpiccs Kossuth County Agricultural Association) 4 Star Progr; 1-RUNNING RACES JULY 4th 2- MOTORCYCLE RACES JULY 5th 3-Grandstand Vaudeville Acts 4-Gisantic Fireworks Display BASEBALL GAMES EACHAFTEENOON CARNIVAL RIDES, CONCESSIONS PLENTY OF FREE PICNIC GROUNDS . children were visitors Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. Dex - . • cd his parent*. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. " liiddmjjs and his two brothers (iordon and Milton arid their families. Mr. CiiddiiiKt. 1.1 associate professor of physics at the UefuiJ'*' University at (irct-n Cuslle, a pos.- lion he has held tor a number of years. The fort part uf their two weeks' trip was spent m Madison, Wia where lit attended a convention of jneii iiittii.-jU-U 1/1 {/hysicji. . , ter at Burt They also visited with near Buit. ivitliout soil How Ln- U»iiiou» kcieutikU ure proving vegetubk-K luui fruit* cuu grow, with Uif aid uf chemical*, in biind, vmU-r or kiiMdunt. An in- U-rtrkting feature in the Auier- icuu Weekly, the mu«aziiu: dik- tributed with Next Sunday'» C 'licago Urruld iiud Examiner. 2 Days And 2 Nights Of Fun And Frolic * A sood Show, reasonably priced, where everyone from Grandma to Junior can have the time of their lives.

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