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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 15,1937 Potter, Brink, Ramus, Junkemeier Family Reunions Held at Lu Ven MANY SECTIONS REPRESENTED IN TRIOOFPARTIES 80 At P. C. Fritzmeier Home; Ramus' Meet At City Park Lu Verne: Three family reunions were held In Lu Verne and vicinity Sunday. The Potter-Brink families met at the John Brinks west of r. Wn D P 08e P resent included the n Q? £"' Ha "iet Lane, Mrs. Geo. Stoddard, the Ray Feltis fam- ,, B , ertha Thlele and Jean r, all from Ren wick; the Roy re family, st Anthony; Mrs n { frutsin 8«. Hardy; the Percy Brinks, Tltonka; the F. L. Starrs, Oilmore City and the W. F. Godfreys and John Brink, LuVerne r.n. j ' J amUS ami y ha <J « reunion and dinner at the City Park with the entire family with the ex- HO« «M° ne 8 °n-'n-law. Andrew 22. "' M1I waukee, present There were about 80 at the F. C. FrHzemefer home at the Junkermel- "™" v? lth famllle9 f r<"n v i° tj i Me8erve y- Sioux Falls, yard and Storm Lake present. Albert Bunkofske, Burt, was In LuVerne Sunday. Myrtle Jordan left by train last week Tuesday on a trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. ti. W. Kennedy, o: Rolfe, visited the Irwin Chapmans Monday. Mrs. George Fuerstenau and son Geneseo, 111., are visiting at the par- entaly Chas. Hanselman home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Kubly, Leonard and Velva, spent the week enc at the Frank Juttes, Des Moines. Mrs. Wm. Thompson spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Jay Arnold and family near Charles City. The Ira Benedicts and Mrs. Andrew Hanson, Milwaukee, came on Sunday to spend a week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Payne and Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Redcliff and baby, Rowan, were Sunday guests of Lottie and Jennie Mason. The M. M. Lomlllers and the F. I. and Irwin Chapmans attended the annual picnic at the I. O. O. F. Orphans' home at Mason City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moore came from Omaha Saturday. They were on the way to northern Minnesota to flsh and took their nephews, Earl and Ray Legler with them. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen accompanied Mrs. Wm. Hawkins and Mrs. S. E. Smith and Mary Ann when the later returned to their home in Minneapolis Monday after a few days' visit here. YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 16-17 BEEF ROASTS For thin sale we have Boneless Beef Roast at the special price of 19c per pound. BEEF STEAK A Beef Steak Special for the week-end. Lean Boneless Beef Steak at 2Jc per pound. SAUSAGES From among the wide variety of sausage* and cooked meats displayed In our markets you will find the desired cold meats for light, easily prepared lunches. Following specials for this sale. RING & LARGE BOLOGNA pound 17c RING LIVER SAUSAGE .. .pound 17c Mild Cure SUMMER SAUSAGE Ib. 22c DILL PICKLES You like to have a few DIU Pickles on hand to serve with hot weather lunches. At the meat counter we have nice crUp dills at a special price of 2 for Be. PRUNES Fancy prepared prunes. Sweetened and ready for the .table at a gpecial price of 8c per can. The can contains 24 large prunes or 4 to 6 generous portion*. Enjoy an occasional tlinh of prunes without the bother of soaking and cooking. SWEET PICKLES Genuine Gedney Cure and Pack which assures pickles that are crisp and brittle and perfect 'flavor. Buy these delicious pickles in the big quart Jar at our special price of 85c, VANILLA WAFERS Fresh baked wafers at a special price of 2 Ibs. for «7c. Cookies you enjoy with coffee and with gelatine deosert or Ice cream. ROASTING EARS It will be some time before roasting ears are in season. In the meantime enjoy Superb Country Gentleman Corn which is always the best of the season's pack. For this sale the full No. 3 can of this fnncy corn for only lUc per can. Morning Light PEACHES Our week-end price of 45c for the No. 10 can causes many to decide that they will not wait for fresh peaches to can. I^esH work to repack Morning Light IViwhfs In glaas Jars for iifxt winter. Sliced und halve* ut the name price. ICED TEA For that refreshing and Hit Untying flavor we recommend Council Oak Tea. Special prices for this tale: H Ib. Green for lOc and Uie fi Hi. Orange Pekoe for 24c. We invite comparison of these full flavored teas with any other brand. WHEATIES Boys and girU please note:—For this »ule 2 pkgs. Wheutiett for 21c. Take thin Up from Curl Hubbell and eat a "Breakfast of Champions." Delicious with milk or cream or with some kind of fruit "RED BAG" COFFEE An "Always Fresh" Coflee from our own roasters. We grind so there is no waste when you brew coffee by your favorite method. For Saturday a special price of 18c per pound or 3 pounds for Siic. BLUE BARREL SOAP You buy thin petrotene soap In big pound bars. The soap that does Uie work of Uireu ordinary cakes. During this sale you can buy 2 big pound bars for Uc. Edw. Everett Morton in "Wild Money", New Call Theatre, Saturday, July 17 Winifred Kapos, Mason City visit ed Mabel Kubly several days last week. Mabel Kubly and Erma Kraft left Sunday for Nye, Wis. where they will visit Miss Kraft's sister, Mrs. Perry Frederickson. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Llndorfer visited LuVerne friends Sunday anc Vfr. Lindorfer played the pipe organ at the Lutheran church Sunday morning. Mrs. Llndorfer will be better remembered as Dora Ramm a former resident. St. Benedict News Mrs. John Bohannon of Algona spent Sunday at the John Grandgenett home. Mrs. Ben Dorr assisted Mrs. Dan Troehlich one day the past week with sewing. Mrs. J. T. Lalller and Goldle' Srickson were visitors at the Alex Sischen home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arndorfer and amily from Gait, were visitors at he Henry Arndorfer home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McWhorter, Whittemore, called at the Johnson and Ben Dorr homes Monday afternoon. Mrs. Katherlne Jennett went to owa City to be with her son, who lad another operation on one of Us ears. Isadore Eisenbarth, son Henry and daughters, Josephine and Rosalia were visitors Sunday afternoon at the E. F. Arndorfer home. Mrs. Herbert Arndorfer, daughter, Phyllis, Lucille and Caroline Arndorfer were visitors at the Mrs Anna Huschka home Friday afternoon* Mrs. Herman Erlckson and sons Frank and wife drove to Carrol or Saturday morning, being called there by the serious illness of Mrs. Clara Olson, Mrs. Erickson's daughters. Mrs. Frances Miller returned to her home In Des Moines last Thursday, July 8, after several weeks with her mother, Mra. Josephine Rosen- mcycr. Her son, Robert will remain here for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Grandgenett nnd Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Arndorfer drove to Cnrroll Sunday to visit relatives of the Grandgcnetts. They also called on Rev. B. H. Loeffcl- hoiz at Mt. Carmel, former pastor here. Miss Mnrie Arndorfer returned home last Tuesday, July 6, from Granville, Iowa, where in company with Mr. and Mrs. August Seimer and son, Clarence of Wesley, she had gone to spend the 4th. with frlenda. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson and family ot Fort Dodge stopped a short time at the P. F. Immerfall home Sunday, when on their way to Algona to visit the Wm. Weiner family. Mrs. Anderson and Mm. Weiner are sisters. Visitors at the Mrs. Anna Huschka home Sunday afternoon were Mary Ritzenthaler, Mrs. Mary Simons, Mrs. Wm. Arndorfer, Mrs. John Fraser, Algona, Mrs. Martin Eiacheid, Whittemore, Mathilda German, Mrs. Ben Doerr, Mrs. Martin Rahrn, end Mrs. George Olsen, Jr., Lotts Creek. Mrsj Huschka is not enjoying the best of health. Relatives from a distance who attended the funeral of Mrs. Fred Mulert last week Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Anton Eisenbarth, the Joseph Eisenbiirths, all of Morgan, Minn.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Mulert of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. John VfultTl and two daughters, Clear lake; Mr. und Mrs. Frank Dormayer und Mr. und Mrs. Joseph Bentell of Templeton. WHITEHILLCLAN REUNION SUNDAY At Lester Johnsons Near Bancroft; Other Lone Rock News Lone Rock: A Whltehill reunion was held Sunday at the Lester Johnsons near Bancroft. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill, Burt; the Claude Whitchllls, the J. M. Blanchards, the Harlan Blanchards, the Chester Almes'. the John Flynns, Detroit, and the John Sones family, Sutherland. Beverly Jean Sones remained with her grandparents, Mr. Rnd Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, for an extended visit. Are Birthday Quests The P. M. Chrlstensens entertained Sunday In honor of Mrs. Christensen's and Carl Paetz's birthdays. Attending were: the Carl Paetz family, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hubbard and daughter, Oneta, Patterson. August Kirschbaum spent the week end at Fairmont on a fishing rip. Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4271 In District Court June Term, 1037. To All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, That an nstruinent of writing purporting to >e the last Will and Testament of Mary Willey, Deceased, dated April 15. 1937. having been this day iled. opened and read, Tuesday, the Oth day of August, 1937, is fixed for ituring proof of sume at the Court louse in Algona, Iowa, before the Jistrict Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; und at ten •'clock A. M., of the day above men- ioned all persons interested are lereby notified and required to ap- >ear, and show cause if any they lave, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed us and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 10. 1937. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, attorney*. 28-30 Guests from Detroit Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. E. M. Jensen and Mrs. V. L. Whalen, Dolliver, entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Saturday In honor of Mrs. John Flynn, Detroit. Attending were: Mrs. Flynn, Mrs. Forrest Rouse, Ayrshire; Mrs. Har ley Shelllto, Ames; Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Mrs. F. W. Englund, Muscatine, and the hostesses. - Charlene Rath Is spending this week at the Chris Shasers. The Jim Longs spent Sunday at the Walter Leonards, Cylinder. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. Mlcka were callers at. Emmetsburg Sunday. Mrs. Virgil Schroeder, Clear Lake, spent Sunday at the Eugene Pearsons. Mr. nnd Mrs. r^rcd Haacks and family were Sundny evening guests of the Gus Haacks fnmily, Whittemore. The W. C. Heiters weie Sundny guests at the M. H. Heiters, Livermore. The Henry Kuccks spent Sundny with the Ernest Hauck family, Livermore. The V. L. Whalens, Dolliver. spent Snturdny and Sunday at the Roy Jensens. The I. \V. Nelsons were Sunday evening guests at the Chris Knud- acns, Algona. The Ladies' Mite society are Invited to guest day at Fenton this week Friday. The John Geitzenauers, Armstrong, spent Sunday at the Delbert Geitzenauers. The Walter Faulstichs were Sunday dinner guests of the Leonard lleerdts, Burt. Muriel Long, who has been em- [iloyed at Waterloo, arrived home ast Wednesday. Donald Bierstedt spent from Thursday until Sunday at the E. '. Bierstedts, Burt. E. F. Lynch, Waterloo, spent Friday looking after his farm and bus- ness interests here. Mr. und Mrs. Karl Ewoldt spent Sunday afternoon at the Otto Nemtz home, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Algona, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton. Junior Wagner. Webster City, came last week far a visit ut the Mrs. Caroline Ackermun home. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton drove to Rochester Monday. Mrs. Cotton will receive medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blunchard spent Sunday at the Edw. und Howrad Blunchurds, Irvington. Thco. Krucger und daughter, El- mu. were Sunday dinner guests of the Clarence Thueselds, Fenton. Calvin Householder (rucked eggs from Laurens to Chicago last week, returning with twine to Esthervillu. Mr. und Mra. William Nelson und daughters. Uuby und Violet, spent Sunday ut the Harvey Nelsons, Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer left Sunday for Rochester, where Mrs. Dittmer will go through the clinic. Lawrence Zvvivfel, Fort Dodge, und the Ralph Hiedels, Fenton. were cullers ut the Will Christenstns on Sunday. Muxine and Mury Ann Fluig spent a few days lust week with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aek- crnian. Leon Larson left Monday for a week's visit with his purenU, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson and family, Decoruh. The Everett Richurduons, Algona, and the Ornie Behrendit family, Seneca, were Sunday dinner ijuesU at the Ora HulberU. Raymond Nelson attended the Methodist Epworth League institute at Lake Okoboji from last Wedncs- nesday until Sunday. The R. G. Borchnrdts nnd Aliop Rowley, all of Enst Chain. Minn., nnd Gust Kraft were Sundny dinner guests of the Emil Krnft.i. Mrs. Edw. Priebe, daughter Ln- vonne. and Mrs. Carl Priebe. all of Fenton, called Sunday at the Geo. Pettits and Ernest Priebcs. Mrs. Fred Moore nnd Frnnk Macumber returned to Waterloo a week ago Tuesday after an over the hol- idny visit with Mrs. Mncumber. The Walter Thompsons were Sun- dny guests at the Will Duddings, Bnncroft. Gerald Dudding returned here with them for a week's visit. Jack Tibbetts nnd Eva Freer of Sheldon, spent the week end nt the Eugene Pearsons. Jnck returned to Sheldon, Miss Freer remaining for n visit. The Delmnr Angus family, Algonn were Sundny dinner guests of the Fred Genrichcs. They were supper guests of the Lawrence Ncw- broughs. Dukhart & Hughes took the county supervisors on a fishing trip to Leech Lake. Minn., last Thursday, until Sunday. Charles Morris went from here. Mrs. Harley ShelHto, Ames, spent Saturday and Sunday at the N. L. Cottons. Her daughter. Normn. who spent the past week here, returned with her. Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Hobson and two daughters and a Mrs. Atdred, all of Marcus, were a week ago Monday supper guests of the Harry Hobsons. The Merle Culbertsons attended the Lutheran Mission festival at the Hintz grove, Lotts Creek, Sunday. They were supper guests of the Martin Meyers family, Algona. Benny Murray, Detroit, Mrs. Truman Overine, Postville, who are visiting at the Charles Bierles, and Viola and June Bierle spent Sunday at the Robert Murrays, Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Rlggs, Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, Burt. and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen were a week ago Monday supper guests at the Henry Kuecks. Mrs. Michael Stangel returned to her home at Carroll n week ago Tuuesday after a few days' visit at the parental William Nelsons. Gladys Nelson returned with her for a visit. Hugh Walsh, daughter Eileen and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Donnell left Friday for Reddlck. 111., called there by the death of Mrs. Walsh's father, T. F. Halloran, who died Friday. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Angus and son, Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Joe Reed and son, Joe, Jr., all of Law ton, Oklahoma, spent a week ago Tuesday night at the N. L. Cottons. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Marlow, Dell Marlow and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hutchinson spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Charles Hawks home, Spirit Lake. Mrs. Merwtn Marlow and son, Merrill Faye, returned Sunday from a week's visit with Mrs. Marlow's sister, Mrs. Faber Dugan, Sumers. Mrs. Dugan expected to spend this week here with her sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bragonier, Cedar Falls, spent Saturday at Mrs. George Hanna'a. Myrtle Hanna re- turned with them ror n ten dny visit. Mrs. Frnnk Brunson, Sprn- cor. spent Snturdny with Mrs. Geo. Hnnnn. Mr. nnd Mi'. Clarence Sennits, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hownrd Srhultz nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrlos Hnmlin, nil of Elmore. Minn., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Schultz were Sundny dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. A. Krupgor. Those from here nttending the funernl of Mrs. Mary Bntes, Al- gonn. Sundn^ nfternoon were the A. D. Hnnnns. Mrs. George Hnnnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Orn Hulhert. the Frnnk Wesley Householders. Cinr- enop Householders, nnd the Schuyler Bntes fnmily. Dr. nnd Mrs. F. A. Pnrsons, Storm Lnke. spent Mondny at the Andrew Thomsens. Mrs. Fred Thomsen nnd children. Grnnd Forks. North Dnk- otn, spent from Wednesdny until Fridny there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lem Potter nnd children, Ames, also spent Wednesdny there. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Hibler, Rnls- ton. Neb., cnme Inst week for n visit nt the H. A. Wieners nnd with other relatives. A birthday pnrty was held for Mrs. Hibler Friday evening. Attending were: the Carl Wieners, the Henry Schroeders, the H. A. Wieners, nnd the F. F. Schroedors, Fenton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Reinhold Kllnllne, DPS Moinrs. nnd V*r. nnil Mrs. Ralph Priobp. Bnnrrnft. wore a week ago Mondny evening visitors at the Jim Arkermnns. The Arkermnns were Sunday evening quests nt the Priebrs. thoir daughter. Ktinire. nr- (ompatiyins them here for a week's visit with Mr. nnd Mrs Ernest Priebe. Mr. mid Mrs. Wnlter Krnuse accompanied by Mrs. Leonard Kressin nnd dnughter. Violn. Mr and Mrs. Leo Kr^ssin nnd Alvin Minde- mnn. all of Barney. North Dnkotn- Euphemin Beting nn.l son. Lamoni nnd Mrs. F. W. Jentz. Fenton. drove to Charles City to spend the day with the Herman Meyers fnmily The North Pnkotn folks and Mrs' Beling nnd son returned to their home Snturdny morning. Leonn nnd Evelyn Birrstedt. Burt Leonard Warner, Fenton, and Clarence Mncumber spent last Wednesday evening nt the Lyle Mnrlows. Evelyn nnd Leonard were nlso Sun- dny supper guests there. Friday evening Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlter Sorensen. Burt, the Raymond Bier- stedts. nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Bier- stcdt and sons. Rnlph nnd Fred were guests nt the Lyle Marlows. Mrs. Chnrles Morris nnd .laughter, Vera, visited Inst Thursday morning nt the Dnn Fitzpntrlck home, Wallingford. Mrs. Fitzpnt- ricks mother. Mrs. Kelly and daughter. Eileen, Omaha, were visiting there. Mrs. Kelly Is a of Mr. Morris. They spent with Mrs. Morris' brother and ily. the A. F. Kruegers, Fnlrmoatj, continuing to Atwater. Minn., w they visited another brother of Morris, the Will Kruegers. Th«T " returned here Sunday evening. and Saturday Bulk Macaroni or Spaghetti 2 Ibs. 19c Breakfast Wheat Cereal lg. pkg. I8c Honey, one pound cakes 2 for 26c White Soda Crackers, Hawkeye Brand, 2 Ibs 23c Apricots, Fulla Fruit No. 10 size 65c Prunes, Norpac No. 10 size 43c Pears, Lucky Find No. 10 size 50c Baked Beans NO. 10 size 43c Complete Assortment of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Home Butchered Quality Meats Veal Roast per pound 20c Veal Chops or Steak per pound 28c Veal Stew per pound 15c Young Beef Boast per pound 22c Young Beef Bibs , per pound 15c Veal Loaf Mixture per pound 20c Genuine Minced Ham __ per pound 22c TOP PRICES FOR EGGfl Sorensen Grocery Co. 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