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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 22,1937 WESLEY REBEKAHS INSTALL OFFICERS ATMEET1NG State Grand Officers of Lodge in Attendance At Local Meeting Wesley: District Deputy President Arlene McCauley of Hurt, with her Deputy Grand Marshal, Lillian Sheldon and Deputy Vice Grand, Mrs Vinaas were present to install the following officers in the Rebekah lodge Friday evening. July 16: Mrs. Olive Erdman, nobie grand; Mrs. Amelia Johnson,, vice grand; Mrs. -Myrtle Mullin, secretary; Mrs. Eunice Nelson, treasurer; Miss Eva McCall, warden; Mrs. Amanda Nelson, conductor; Mrs. Bertha Knight inner guard; Paul Friberg, outer guard; Mrs. Florence Young, right supporter to noble grand; Mrs. Ethel Hutchinson, left supporter to noble grand; Mrs. Lila Fischer chaplain. Mrs. Edwards of Algona is being •employed as housekeeper at the A. M. Kunz home. Joe Knapper of Kalamazoo, Michigan, visited last week at the home of his relative, Meindert Meyers. Miss Josephine Brunning spent the week end at the home of her father, Joe Brunning, near St. Ben- dlct. Mr. and Mrs. George Vltzthum recently enjoyed a several days' visit from his brother and wife of California. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno and family havK moved their house trailer to Ledyard, where Mr. Reno operates a pool hall. Mrs. Anna Shipley and Miss Bertha Schurman spent Saturday afternoon at Woden visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Joe Kramer. The Ben Pelts and Mrs. Emil Wester visited at the Ray Black and Leander Seefeld homes northwest of town Friday afternoon. The Fred Maylands took their four-year-old son to Iowa City for treatments last week, but returned to Wesley awaiting another call. The Nathan Studers and members of their family enjoyed a several days' visit last week from their son and brother, Andy Studer, of Canada. Members of the local Methodist Ladies' Aid have been given invitations to attend guest day being sponsored by the Aid at Britt on Wednesday. Miss Minnie Frimml submitted to nn operation for the removal of her tonsils at Algona Tuesday morning. Miss Erma Ward had her tonsils removed Thursday morning. The Fairmont Creamery station managed by Ed Monson received a new coat of paint last week. The H. J. Braley drug store was treated to new exterior decorations, also, recently. The group of Camp Fire girls, who held a bake sale at the Kraus store recently cleared some over $7. The girls are trying to increase their funds so that they might enjoy a few days at a lake during August. JCftTORE! YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 23 and 24 READY TO SERVE "EVER READY" PICNICS Cellophane wrapped, 6 to 8 pound. Ready Cooked" Shanklcss Picnics. Slice cold for sandwiches or the cold meat., platter. -Merely heat in the over for a delicious pork roast Our weekend price for the whole or half picnic is SOc per pound. BEEF ROASTS How does this sound for the Sunday dinner: A nice boneless Sirloin Roast with the usual fixings. Easy to carve and the price for tills sale is only 19c per pound. SIRLOIN STEAK Do not overlook this steak special. Boneless Sirloin Steak cut to fry, broil or Swiss at the low price of 22c per Ib. BOILING BEEF Boiling Beef for the one hot dish for lunch or dinner at a special price of lOc per pound. The desired meat for rice soup or to boll with vegetables. GROUND BEEF Hamburger Sandwiches with sliced onion and dill pickles for an enjoyable lunch. Fresh ground pure beef at the special price of 2 pounds for 27c. PURE LARD _ _ _2 Ib. sanitary carton 27c Wafer Sliced DRIED BEEF, £ Ib. pkg 1 Ic NORTH STATE PEAS A host of our old time friends are glad to learn that we can afc-ain supply North State Peai*. A special price of 9e |>er can for this sale. You will be delighted with the quality of the 1937 pack. GINGER SNAPS .Most of us are still kids when it conies to Ginger Snaps. We still relish the spicy flavor of the old style ginger snap which can be bought at Council Oak this week end for lOc per pound. KEEP COOL WITH ZEPHYR NECTAR A delicious beverage and thirst quencher is made In the following flavors: Wild Cherry, Strawberry, Orange, Grape and Raspberry. The H pint bottle makes S!- gallons. For this sale a special price of 2 bottles for 15c. FREE PLATE ! Inspect tlie beautiful blue breukfast plates on display .it Council Oak. Onu plate free with the purchase of two packages of Kellogg's Wheat Krispies thin week end ut u combination price of 19c. PEANUT'BUTTER Costs lev>> per pound UUIM other spreads on the table. Wholesome too and it lias the deliciou-i flavor of fresh rousted peuuuts. Uuy the full 2 Ib. jur this week end ut our special price of 2tic. "FIRST PRIZE" PEPPER It is not necessary to use ull the |>cp|x*r in tlie shaker to get tlir desired flavor ivlien you use this high quality black pepper. The ' - Ib. pouring spout run ut the very special price of tie. COUNCIL OAK COFFEE iiuy tills quality Mi-nd in tlie whole berry so we can grind it to lit your favorite method of iiial. i:^ rollYc. You thru get ull DID flavor in the cup instead of throwing it uwuy. Every Uuy Low I'.'iit) on the Council Oak lilcnd is 27c per Ib. or 3 Ibb. for 7»c. HONEY. KRUSHED The (uinily is eatiiiK to their physical benefit as they enjoy the delicious flavor of Honey Hruslu-cl Whcut Bread—Tested und Approved by Good HouHekccplne Bureau—sold only ut Council Ouk. WAXTEX A heavy waxed pupcr for protecting foods. For. tills sale tlie 123-foot full with culler ut the special price of lie. DOUBLE DIP MATCHES Regular "Sure Fire" quulity mulches. These dependable mutches 111:1} bo bought ut Council Oak ut the special price of 17c for the (j box puckugu. SOAP CHIPS Very special soap value. The big 5 Ib. carton of Crystal White Soap Chips at the special price of Sic. BURTTOHAVE2 DAY CELEBRATION HUDAYANDSAT. Knoll Post to Sponsor the Affair. Bancroft vs. Nora Springs Burt: Knoll post of the American Legion is completing plans for the big two day celebration, which will be held here Friday and Saturday of this week. One of the main features of the celebration is the ball game between the Bancroft and Nora Springs Legion junior teams, champions of District 8 and 4, which will be played at 1:30 Friday afternoon. This is the second of three games, which these learns will play to determine which team will go to the state tournament. Bancroft won the first game. After this game the Bnncroft Lions and Burt town team will play. On Saturday Fenton will play Burt. There will be a bowery dance in the evening and the usual concessions. Streets Bring Repaired Tho streets are being improved with .1 new coat of gravel on places where it was especially needed. Celebrate Birthdays A birthday dinner was held a the Mrs. Bertha Schwietert home Sunday in honor of the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert, Al- Kona, and of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schwietert. The Vernel Hardgroves were also guests. Mrs. Hardgrove and daughter had visited here since Thursday. Bertha Wallace. Mrs. M. M. Chipman, Mrs. W. J. Lockwood, Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff and Mrs. H. W. Man- HS attended the guest day at Fenton last Friday. The Myron Meinzers and Harold Stewards went to Northwood Sunday after Mrs. Orvel Steward and three children, Chicago, who have been visiting there and are now visiting relatives here. She is a daughter-in-law of Mrs. Mary Steward. Mrs. Lydla Evers and daughters. Mrs. Alice Hothaus and Mrs. Fred Holthaus, Colesburg, Iowa, visited a couple of days last week at the Schwietert homes. They had attended the funeral of their brother at Redflcld, S. D.. and were on their way home. Marjorie Martinson, who had been visiting at Waterloo, came on Sunday for a few days' visit with her friend. Ruby Sanderson. She will join her family at Forest City Thursday and will accompany them to Florida. The Martinsons formerly conducted a restaurant here. Mrs. E. A. Iliff and the group of eight girls, who had been at the Qurcn Esther camp at Lake Okoboji for a week, returned home on Sunday. Mr. Iliff, the F. L. Prntts and G. W. Patterson went up after the girls. The girls attending were Eolphn Rap Pratt. Phyllis Brooke, leanor Steward, Virginia Patterson Maybeline Miller. Betty Walker and LnVonne Ringsdorf. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL DOINGS HOLD THE STAGE AT FENTON No M. E. Church Services There will be no church or Sunday School services at the Methodist church Sunday, as it is Caravan Sunday, and as many as can will attend the Bible conference at the Methodist camp near Spirit Lake. Mrs. G. C. Allen had her tonsils removed Saturday. Miss Phoebe Morgan, who teaches in Sheldon, is visiting at the Dittmer homes. Lurena Wessel went to Dows last Wednesday, where she is nursing a friend, who is ill. Melvin Nelson, Joe and Kenneth Graham visited Lois Graham at Clear Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt spent Sunday at the home of their son, Arthur, at Lakota. The Lutheran Walther League met Tuesday evening with Lois Lavrenz as hostess. Dale Kennedy, Mason City, spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy. Grade Godfredson returned on Thursday from Kensington, Minn., where she had visited her cousin. The K. and H. service station and garage is being repainted. A. F. .Carter and R. W. Rash are doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. F. Knapp, Mr. and Mrs. Vern McGee and Carl Shook, Greene, visited the Ray Pringles, on Sunday. Beada Kollasch, who works in Des Moines, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mra. P. VV Kollasch. Eleanor Vogel returned home on Saturday from Lake Okoboji where she attended the summer school at Miller's Bay. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fardnl and Mr. rind Mrs. J. T. Hcaney were Sunday supper guests at the Supt. Condit Bowie home. Mrs. O. G. Stow and little son returned to their home in Davenport Thursday after spending a couple of weeks at the F. O. Stow home. Mrs. Ellen Hnnna Yopp, Hamilton, Montana, came Sunday nnd is visiting at the Ed Mnrlow home. Mrs. Yopp is a former Burt resident. Myrtle Schwietert returned to Des Moines Monday after spending a two weeks' vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. Mrs. K. J. Smith and daughter, Mary Ann, Ruth Thompson, Sarah j and Ruth Schroeder will spend from Thursday to Monday at Lake Okoboji. Maxinu Fraser accompanied her aunt, Mary Fraser, Algona, to Delta, Colo., where they expect to spend about six weeks with relatives. They left Sunday. The Rev. G. H. Wessel preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning in the absence of the Rev. Thoburn Speieher, who is visiting at Evanston, 111. Glenn Graham was taken to Iowa City Saturday for further treatment at the University hospital. He is being treated for after effects of infantile paralysis. Ruth Olson accompanied her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gaston, to Kensington, Minn., last Friday, where they are visiting at the Carl Lovstad home. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede spent Sunday with Mrs. Wrede's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gas Krause at Fenton. Jane Koestler, Clinton, spent Monday at the Wrede home. Jane Carolyn MeWhorter. Algona spent a few days the first of the week ut the Kay MeWhorter home, while her father, L. V. MeWhorter was lishing in northern Minn. Bernadine and Merle Ollom returned Sunday from Waterloo, where they had visited their aunt. Bernadine had her tonsils out on Monday morning ut Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle's office. Mrs. E. C. Sanderson returned on Saturday from Des Moines, where she had spent some time with relatives. Mr. und Mrs. Fred Braddiek brought her home und spent the week end here. Mrs. Don Fraser received word Monday of the death of a. cousin, Mrs. George Weinman, Ortonville, Minn. She hud visited here only a month ago. Mr. and Mrs. Fraser were to attend the funeral Wednesday. The J. P. Stows entertained Sunday at dinner in honor of the birthday of their little granddaughter, Janet Godfredson. Trie Cecil God- fredsons, Mrs. N. M. Godfredson Swea City and F. O. Stow were the guests. Mra. J. G. Sewick, Mrs. Clifford Holding, Mrs. J. D. Granatn, Mra. SWEA CITY GIRL MARRIED IN WEST Evelyn Erickson United in Marriage in California July 3 Swea-Eagle: Miss Evelyn Erickson was united in marriage to Norman Insman Saturday evening, July 3, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Erickson at. San Gabriel, California. Following the reremony, a wedding dinner was served to immediate relatives. Miss Erickson was born and lived here until 12 years ago when she moved with her parents to California, where she graduated from high school and college. She taught school the past year. June Larson who is visiting in California, was a guest at the wedding. Mrs. Edith Monroe and daughter, Madelyn visited last week at the home of Albin Bergesons. lila Berg left Monday to attend the two weeks' session of the Iowa Baptist assembly at Iowa Falls. Mrs. Alma Jacobson and children of Winnebago, Minn., visited Sunday at the Virgil Jenson home. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Ortman and son were Sunday visitors at the F. C. McGregor and Harold Jones homes. Mrs. Carl Rath returned home from the Kossuth hospital Friday where she went a week ago for an appendix operation. Edward Swanson of Dea Moines spent laat week at the George Harners where he did repair work on the farm buildings. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Garrison of Esthcrville, Mr. and Mrs. A. Snyder of Ceylon and Charles McElmer were Sunday visitors at the Theodore Piath home. Mr. and Mrs. James Wcstcrby of Alexander, South Dakota, were visitors nt the Fred McGregor home lust Tuesday. The Wcsterbys have camped nt Okoboji since July 4. Mrs. Joe Preston, Mrs. Hurry Linde. Mrs. Ed Fosgren and Alice Molinder attended the funeral of Art Simmons. West Bend. Thursday afternoon. Mr. Simmons' wife was the former Jean Gross of this community. Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Lee of Fremont came Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and family. On Monday they went to Lone Rock to visit at the Calvin Householder home. Mr. Lee is a cousin of Mr. Wolfe and Mrs. Householder. Mrs. Willis Cotton of Lone Rock visited the Herman Dreyer home Monday. Henry Lindsey attended a Chevrolet salcsmens meeting in Mason City Monday. Alice Dreyer was a guest of Mrs. Dale Long Saturday. They were former schoolmates. Zelda Schoenwettcr of Klemmo came Monday and is now employed at the Ed Schlei home. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jentz and children. Lorraine and James, visited the A. R. Willretts, Friday. Earl Haase who is in the CCC camp, Bancroft, spent the week end with his mother. Mrs. Carrie Haase here. Mrs. Calvin Householder of Lone Rock and Ellen Wolfe of Swea City visited at the Rex Wolfe home Saturday. Mrs. Art Rave and sons. Mrs. Donald Weisbrod and daughters and Elnor Denker were Algona shoppers Thursday. The King's Heralds of the M. E. church met Sunday in an interesting program. The treasury was increased by $6.45. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod and infant daughter, Marlene Sylvia, returned home from the McCreery hospital, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dau were fishing at Medium Lake, Em- metsbtirg, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gilbertson of Minnesota Lake, Minn., visited from Sunday to Monday with Mr and Mrs. F. P. Newel. Joyce Ann. 2-ycar old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tony Gocders of Mason City is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Fred Bohn this week. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and daughters. Joan and Betty, and son, Dick, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber. Mac, son of Mr. and Mrs Art Bierstedt of Lakota. submited to a tonsllectomy at the office of Dr Mueller last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer and daughters, Alice, Alvina and Ruth were entertained at the Maurice Wallace home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lee of Fremont arid Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and daughter, Edith, visited the grotto at West Bend Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. William Stimple and children of Oklahoma City came last week and are visiting at the John Light and A. H. Meyers homes. Mrs. Leonard Fink and son, Darwin, of Waterloo came last Wednesday for a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Finks sister, Mrs. Herman Huskamp. Mr. and Mrs. John Bellinger and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weishrod and daughter, Ethel, were entertained at tlie Charles Weisbrod home on Sunday. Mrs. Derwood F.igler. Bertha Huskamp and Joan Witter visited the latter's parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Wesley Witter in Des Moines Saturday anil Sunday. Hazel Weisbrod. employed as a secretary in Des Moines. is spending a two weeks' vacation here with her mother. Mrs. Frcelove Weisbrod nnd other relatives. Mrs. Howard Reeder and children. Leslie and Colleen of Palmer, are visiting Mrs. Clarence Thecsficld and Mrs. Alvn Zumnrh the first few days of this week. The boys' 4-H cf Independence township will cnetrtain the 4-H club girls of their county to a wiener roast this Thursday evening at the John Finnestad home. Ernest Lang, employed at the Hans Baago farm, suffered a cracked bone in his ankle Saturday evening when a cow fell on him. He was treated by Dr. Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller and Lawrence Miller of Ringsted visited the C. G. Humphreys Sunday. Sidney Bruce Humphrey accompanied them home for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. George Grow and son. Bernard, of Terril, Iowa, and Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Lakin and son Wilson Towel of Estherviile, visited at the John Espe home Sunday. Herman Bohn was taken in Dr. Mueller's ambulance to the Kossuth hospital in Algona Monday for x- ray treatment. He was accompanied by his son. Frank, and Dr. Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. William Slimple and three sons of Moore, Oklahoma, were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga. Mrs. Stimple is a niece of Mrs. Hayen ga. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe McGovern and fomoiM COtOATE A PAIMOLIVE COIGATI DINTAL OttAM . . COtCAn TOOTH POWDER . , j CMGATE PERFUMED IOAPS. ' . PALMOUVI IHAVI CREAM . 1 COUUTI SHAVE CREAM f. PA1MOIIVE SHAMPOO COUATE PERFUMED CASHMERE IOUOUIT SOAP. VASEUNE HAIR TONIC . . ' . ' CHARMIS COUI CREAM . ' . .4 COUATE AFTER-SHAVt TAIC . CMGATE AFTER-SHAVE IOTWI PAIMOUVE AFTER.SHAVE TALC. PAIMOUVE MTER-SHAVI IOTIOH K. D. JAMES • ( • IVr . . 1»< 2 lor 11 < . . 2* .t. ' VU •I''* 1 .*. IK 3 for 2* . . nt Hlb. nt JS< ISi IK son. Mirkey of Whittcmorc. visited thr parental Wnltcr Wcishrodi. Sunday. Mrs. MrOnvern rnrrd for Helena and Ruth Weishrod. who were ill. Henry Arbognst of Austin. Minn., r.imr Thursday In visit his sister, Mrs. \Vm. Husknmp and family am! also to see his brother, John, who is a patient in the (.'olcman hospital. Rstherville. Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown and daughter, Donnn Clruro of Estherville visited nt the parental Charles Glaus home Sunday. Mrs. Brown nnd daughter. Donna Claire, stayed for 11 week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Meyers and daughter, Betty Jean and son. Bob of Mason City, were over night visitors at the A. H. Meyers home .Saturday enrotite from a vacation spent at the Black Hills. Mrs. O. F. C. Laage and granddaughter, Betty Jean Schwartz, ac- compnnied the former's daughter and hnhand. Mr. and Mrs. Han* Wilberg of Ringsted to Des Moines Friday to visit relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Ohm and daughter, Knthryn and son. Vernon and Mrs. Robert Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mittag and son, Everett, Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs. Don Allen. Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and children. David and Rachaet visited the Louis Kresenskys at Mankatn. Minn.. Sunday and enjoyed a picnic dinner at the City Park. Reg. to *4 SUMMER Lotts Creek News Kenneth Kueckcr who is cmploy- d at the Ervin Slems farm is home helping his father with harvest. Esther Schmiel who is taking nurses' training at Rochester is lome with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmiel. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruhn and family were Sunday evening visitors at the John Ruhnke home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Liesener, Mr. and Mra. Curl Dreyer nnd Mrs. Henry Dreyer of Austin, Minn . came to attend the funeral of Emil Laabs Wednesday. Mr. und Mrs. Otto Ruhnku and family and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and son, Duane were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Hugo Kaulstich home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ditsworth and family of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Jackmun of Lotts Creek motored to Interlaken Sunday, to enjoy a picnic dinner and tleebrate Mrs. Ditsworth's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faul.stuh and family visited at the Herman Voiyt home at WhiUemorc Sunday evening. Miss Edna Srhultz and her daughter. Elaine of Lotts Creek was also a visitor at the Herman Voigts. Miss Lillian Tornell, \vlio is a nurse at Wheat Ridge Santarium and Miss Kdnu Tornell of Monte Visla, Colorado, visited with Elsie Meyer over Sunday and E!:.ie will I'ulurn with them to Denver, Colo.. Monday. Mr. und Mrs. H. Lieht. Miss Hertha Lieut, Mr. and Mrs. Kuald Weiss and family of Huinboldl. Mr. and Mrs. L. Lehman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Lehman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Liclil and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kred Lehman of Fort Dodge were visitors at the M. F. Meyers lioiue Sund.iy. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Van Huven and their son-in-law and his son of Madison, Wisconsin, spent a night last week here with ilieir friends, the Henry Ricke family. Mr. Van Ho\- eii at one time was employed by the Rickes. Liltle Naney Ann I'auflin invited in a group of youngsters for a "circus" party al her home Saturday afternoon. At the close of the program, Nancy's mother and aunt. Miss Josephine Lawler. served refreshments. CLYDE S. MILLER'S Fair Grounds Algona, Iowa July 29, 30, 31, & Aug. i. 125 Head of Livestock 60 Cow Boys and Cow Girls Outlaw Bucking Horses Gaited and High School Saddle Horses Wild Brahma Steers Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings 8:15 Sunday afternoon . . 2:30 Sunday evening . . 8:15 Admission - Adults . . . 49c plus tax, Children . . . 24c plus tax Grandstand included

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