The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1937 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, towa, Sept. 9, 1937 HELD SUNDAY, WITH SO PRESENT Fenton Families Among Those Taking Trip to Ringsted Fenton: A Theesfield family reunion was held Sunday at the Hlll- ard-Theesfleld home in Ringated honoring Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Thees<W and son and Mr. and Mrs. Werner Theesfield of Buckley, III and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Theesfleld II £ (lnd Mr and Mrs - B <«> ' FIana g*n. HI.. Henry and J heMfleld of ****• «U, Mr. Feldk «nip and Cooper and Mr A ' ooper an » d * u * hter " °' Cassapolis, Mich- rh. ' Mr 2 nd Mrs - Theesfleld of Chicago, others attending from and Mrs ' Hen «-y Tie ' Mr ' and M ™- A , Mrs. Lena Fisher of of of Ing Filer , Mrs. ^. Aberetta There were 50 attend- Uttle Girl Better . **ev. n "d Mrs. H. D. Stahmer took First Time in 00 tears John Light was pleasantly surprised Saturday when his cousin, H. S. Schmidt of Omaha came to visit him. On Sunday Mr. Light and Mr. Schmidt went to Minnesota to visit. This is the first time the cousins had met in 60 years. The Albert Mitchell family spent Sunday with relatives at Prlm- ghar. Raymond Prlebe submitted to a tonsllectomy operation on Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson and family of Bancroft visited the Truman Johnson family Sunday. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod spent from Saturday to Monday with her niece, Mrs. Charles Schemmel at Swea City. James Schwartz left Tuesdky morning for Garner where he will help edit the Garner Herald this week. Mrs. Kate Newel and grandson, Franklin Newel, of Hartley spent Sunday here with the G. B. Johnsons and the Charles Newels. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig and son Donald took their daughter, Evelyn to Des Moines recently where she will attend business college. E. C. Weisbrod, George Boettcher, Bob Boettcher and John Munch returned Tuesday from a week's trip out west attending cattle sales. Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Florence Kresensky and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod were Sunday visitors of YOUH FRIEND >^ AT MEALTUVne ==^—=———==—FRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 11 MUTTON SALE e sale , mutton for variety on the table and for economy. LEG O' MUTTON ------------ per pound 10c LEAN MUTTON STEAKS _________ lb. 12i/ 2 c MUTTON SHOULDER ROAST ..pound 9c MUTTON RIB & LOIN CHOPS _...pound 8c MUTTON STEW -------------- per pound 5c BEEF ROASTS For UIOM who prefer beef to mutton Council Oak ha* on nice beef roatfa. Durta, uu. aale a tender, Jnley GROUND PtTfcE BEEP __pound 15c PBBSH BEEP TO BOIL _______ per pound 12c PURE LARD -------- 2-lb. sanitary carton 27c WHOLE APRICOTS We are anxious that you taste Superb Whole Peeled Ap- ricota. Canned in a heavy »yrup without rrmavlng the pit*; resulting in a flavor that U umurpansed. Try a few 2 to 4 portion cans at our special price of lie. ICED FRUIT CAKE This rich, wholmtom* Iced Fruit Cooky lit Junt about the finest cooliy made to place in the school lunch. No economy in home made cookie* when theae deliciou* fruit cookies can be bought at the iipecial price of Z ID*. for 27c. CUT GREEN BEANS grown and packed In the fertile valley* of the Colorado Mountain*. Tender, itrlngleM and a garden fre*h flavor. A price of 7c on the No. SOS can for this tale only. SUPERB OATS •^Superb" Oat* are a popular breakfatt cereal. Milled from the choicest large, white oat*. Both regular and quick cook- Ing. A special price of 16c on the large carton for thht sale. HONEY KRUSHED Thl» delicious "Health Bread" ha* been Tested and Approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau. In many home* this wonderful bread appear* on the table at every meal. Genuine Honey Kruahed Wheat Bread can be bought only at Council Oak. RED BAG COFFEE Try thin itweet mild coffee at our special price of 18c per pound or S pound* for 52c, when you will agree that it* popularity U not due wholly to price. "Red Bag" has a distinctive flavor not found in other popular priced coffee*. BROOM SPECIAL Replace tho»e mule-eared broom* with new one* at th««e •peclal price*. A kturdy well built hou*e broom for only 35c. A fancy velvet lock broom which U an exceptional value at 53c each. KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES Buy a supply of Kellogg* Wheat Krumble* at the *aie price. A fancy blue tumbler free with the purcha*e of 2 pkgtt. of Kruiii- bte*. The combination price U 20c. GOLD DUST Fall houfte cUmnlng to jiut around lite corner. Be well nup- plied with Gold Du»t to remove stubborn dirt and gre«*e. The large box of Gold Du»t for thl» tale at ITc per carton. GOLD DUST SCOURING CLEANSER Buy a supply of ttt* quick this said at our borne work hjr Mwuulrjr. itcouring of t can* (or He. in the kitchen, bath oteauer during Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Higley and daughter, Diane of Emmetsburg were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn were visitors in Des Moines Saturday. Hazel Weisbrod accompanied them home for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Griffith and two daughters and Marlys and Sylvia Jensen all of Des Moines visited the Peter Jensen family last week. Hazel Weisbrod of Des Moines! spent from Saturday to Monday aft-' emoon here with her mother, Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Melshan and family of St. Peter, Minn., visited over the week end with the Meishans are former Ringsted residents. Maxlne Donahue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Donahue, is attending school in Emmetsburg and Is staying with her aunt, Mrs. Joe Mulroney. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed and family of Goodell spent from Sunday to Monday with Mrs. Reed's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.-«. W. Stoeber. Mrs. Charles Glaus was hostess to the Dorcas sewing circle last week Wednesday. Guests were Mrs. G. B. Stevens, Mrs. Arnold Klatt and Mrs. Earl Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel went to Wells, Minn., last week Wednesday and Mrs. Newel's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorensen, accompanied^them home for a two weeks' visit. Henry Kern of Tipton, visited on Sunday and Monday at the Carl Kern home. On Sunday the Carl Kern family also visited their son, Melvin and family at Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller took their daughter, Viola, to Cedar Falls, Wednesday morning, where Viola will start her second year of study at the Teachers' College there. Mrs. Anna Reimers of Burt spent several days last week with Mrs. Otto Menz. Her daughters, Margaret and Carol are visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Msr. Shelby Weisbrod. Ruby Hantelman, daughter of Mrs. Katie Hantelman and Evelyn Radig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. left Monday for Des Moines where both girls will attend business college. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen and daughter, Alva Jean of Popejoy were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haase. jMr. Jensen worked In the creamery here several years ago. Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod entertained a group of ladles last week Thursday afternoon In honor of Mrs. John Kingelhofer of Atwater, California, and Mrs. Hattle Weisbrod of Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern and son are staying at the Earl Thees- fleld home near Armstrong and doing the chores while the Thees- flelds are on a two weeks trip to Michigan and Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haaae and daughter, Shirley Mae, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hayenga and Mr. and Mr*, John Theeaflold of ttra* City were Sunday dinner evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klockan and srfn r Keith and daughter Carna of Rock Island, III., visited the Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer at Fairville from Saturday to Monday. Mr. Klockan and Rev. Stahmer are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. August Meyers and daughter. Selma. spent last week visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and-Mrs. R. C. Rehmer at Homestead. Selma also went t Iowa City for a health examina tion. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallac and daughter, Wanda, and Mr. ano Mrs. Art Kressin, and daughter Lorna, were at Fort Dodge Satur day and attended the circus an also visited Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenc Zwiefel. Mrs. Gustave Price of Jefferson Mr. and Mrs. Lester Begors ant son, Wallace of Stratford, Iowa Miss Viola Bryson of Muncle, Ind. , visited with Dr. and Mrs. Bahnson 11 Sunday. The ladles are forme college chums and Mrs. Begors ii Mrs. Bahnson's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Fenske o Bird Island, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. August Fenske and Augusta Paul of Gaylord, Minn., were callers at the Henry Schulte home on Monday enroute to West Bend to see the grotto. They are all relatives of Mrs. Schulte. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leudtke and son, Paul, of Meservey and Mrs Fred Schllghting and daughter Gladys of Klemme were Sunday dinner guests at the Elmer Weisbrod home. Mr. Luedtke is a brother of Mrs. Weisbrod and Mrs Schlichting are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wegener and daughter, Marjorie, took the son Merlin, to St. Paul Sunday where the latter will continue his studies at a seminary. William Hantelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman left Tuesday morning for St. Paul where he also is a student at the seminary. Mr. and. Mrs. Earl Wiicox and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Goff of Ruthven were entertained at dinner at the Orville Ranney home Sunday. They also came especially to see Mr. Runney's mother, Mrs. Frank Ranney of Orange. California, and Mr. Ranney's sister, Mrs. John Kingelhofer of Atwater, California. Mrs. Ernest Votteler and son, Robert, Mrs. Katie Hantelman and daughter, Ruby of Fenton and Mrs. Lawrence Hanteiman and daugh- er, Mary Lou. went to Des Moines Monday. Ruby remained there and vill attend business college. Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman and daughter were met there by Mrs. Hantel- mans parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hanla of Seymour and she accompanied them home for a week's visit. They also visited the Henry Ehm fam- ly in Des Moines and returned ".ome Monday evening. ALINE MARTINEK PARTY TfflJRS. Doan Girl Goes to West Waterloo To Teach School ™""' 8De , weeks here visuin* .,' 1 !* " everal relatives vlsitin K their various man township yCarS ln Gei " . where they wll, ' Mrs.^Wm T'l^pJ! 1 ? Week wlt * , . ., Mrs. AI Staehle Is New President Of CJub At Burt of the dub year win "bT the T,f Monday in October. New Coach Arrive* ». AX6 , 1 Ander8tm . Dike, the new M^nH 1 c °a eh ' has arrived and on Monday had a meeting of those interested In playing baseball son and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson were assisting hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Brooke received a message announcing the birth of a grandson, born Saturday, Sept. 4, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brooke at Alhambra, Calif. Cleo Weldin and Miss Rickey. Buffalo Center teachers, called at the Mrs. Annie Hawcott and O. P. Hawcott homes Saturday. Misi Weldin formerly taught in Burt. Mrs. O. S. Aykens, Brainerd Minn., was a week end visitor at the Mrs. Dora Armstrongs recently Mart Weaver, Algona also visited Sunday at the Armstrong home. Will Toebben, Chicago, and his mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben and sister, Mrs. Olaf Olson and daughter, Barbara, Elmore, Minn., rt- turned Thursday from a trip to the Black Hills. Marie Carter, who had been at Cedar Falls for about a month, came home Sunday. She is assisting at the Stow restaurant this week, while Ruby Sanderson Is hav- ng a week's vacation. S. M. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larson. Waterloo, were Sunday visitors at the H. A. Thompson home. Mr. Peterson went to Waterloo Monday to make the acquaintance of a new grand child. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder and :heir daughter, Mrs. Velma Mc- 3rlde, and her son, Milton and daughter, Phyllis Joan, returned on Sunday from Atchison, Kansas, where they had visited at the Chas. Kenning home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schwietert, Huron, S. D., spent Friday night at the W. H. Schwtetert home. They were on their way to Colesburg, where they will live. Verda Evers, Colesburg, also spent Friday night at the Schwietert home. Mrs. F. L. Pratt returned Sunday from Runnels, where she had taken her daughter, Marilda, who is a teacher there. Mrs. Pratt also visited her mother. Mrs. Bertha Duckmanton. at Ellsworth. She came home with Mrs. Pratt for a visit here. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Will Lacy and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. Algona, took a sight-seeing trip last Friday, going to Rochester, Minn., and to the cave near Decornh. They also saw the famous clocks at Spill- villc. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald and daughter, Dorothy and Mrs. Maude Hanna drove to Dolliver Park near Fort Dodge, where they met. the E. C. Nelsons. Ames. Mary Jean McDonald, who had been visiting the Nelsons, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bicrstedt and daughter, Gladys and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson leave Wednesday for the went coast. They will visit relatives in Washington and expect to visit California and other western states. They plan to be gone about a month. E. O. Chipman and Mrs. Lillla Sheldon took Vera Chipman bac to Mason City Monday to resum her work at the Hamilton Schoo of Commerce. Lois Graham, wh had spent the week end here, als returned with them. She teaches atives. Mrs. Wm. Ehrhardt onme home last week from the General hospital, Algonn, where she underwent a major operation recently. The Union Dist. No. 7 schoolhouse is getting a much-needed cortt of paint inside and out this week No school was held, only on Monday. The sleeping sickness among horses Is taking quite a few good horses in this vicinity. In this Immediate vicinity. Everett Witham Edward Rich and Wm. Drayton have lost horses in the past week while Chester Robinson. Arch Walker, Mike Elbert and John Sabin have sick animals. The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Otto Harlan. The opening song was "When You and I Were Young, Maggie." Roll call was answered by "My Favorite Movie Star and Why." A paper on the Hawailans Islands was read by Mrs. Rena Cruikshank. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Iva Witham, one week later than scheduled on account of the Spencer fair. . Dafoe Reports Dionne Quins Thriving on Quaker Oats! Famous Doctor Prescribes 0re«tfat of Great Americans for Dlonnt Quins, Now In Thtir 4th VW/ Warden, Harold and Betty Isen berger and LuVerne Gunderson all of Stanley, Wis., were week em guests at the J. O. Isenberger home The first three are grandchildren o Hr. Isenberger. The Burton Isen- >ergers, Des Moines and the N. M Godfredsons. Swea City, also spent Sunday at the Isenberger home. Urs. Isenberger remained to visit her sister, Mrs. M. L. Vinaas. *•!»!,, Vn"~ "L" laat We< lnesday ^ Elgin, III., where she is a teach- Doyie Elliott, Swea City, visited her fnend, Vcra Chipman, Satur- MTshe , _ W :.. J " ..Lockwoads visited k Mr. and Mrs. Leo Edawrds, Clear Former Corwith Resident 1» Dead Corwith-Faii-view:i Word has sen received here of the death «f Bbtwn Hoobler, & former Corwith r^Wtont Hi* death occurred on Wednesday morning, at a ChiiMte- w* FaU* Wi* faoipttaj, t$&. n* «a Uloew ot mm* Unw. Kr. »***•* WM a couain <rf Uw IB- plegat* boy* of Corwith. :. Schwietert home. Wilma Slaughter returned to Maan City Monday to resume her work at business college. tnM Z,* nd Ml ;?- L **• Schenck went to Minneapolis Sunday to attend the Minnesota state fair. 'he Art Fandels visited at the ne of Mr. Fandel's nephew Nor bert Hilbert at Bode Sunday Mr and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert visited at the home of Mrs. Schwietert's cousin, Will Wltke at Clear Lake Charles Larsen, who had been in a Mason City hospital several weeks was brought to his home Wednesday. Bernice Storm and Omega Mac- Orath of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the H. W. Trainer home. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill and Urs. Ida Kuchenreuther visited the Chris Olson home at Lotts Creek Sunday. Beada Kollasch, who works in >es Moines spent the week end with ler parents. Mr. anol Mrs P W Kollasch. On last Friday, Mrs. H. W. Trainer attended a pot luck luncheon and bridge at the E. V. Pierce cottage it Spirit Lake. Paul Macauley substituted in the Armstrong creamery laot week and s at Lakota helping in the creani- ry there this week. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Blt-ich. of Mapleton, were week end visitors at the home of Dr. Bleich's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bleich. The C. B. Huffman* returned on Sunday from a week's visit with relatives at Brazil, Ind. On the way there they visited a brother. Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and daughter Rachel and son Dean and Leona Lichter of Algona are to be in St. Paul on business Wednesday. The Rev. L. Richmann's, Mrs. Bertha Koestler. Mrs. R. A. Bleich and daughter, Lueiia, attended a mission festival at Fenton Sunday. G. J. F. Vogel and daughter, Eleanor, went to Gilmore City Saturday and went with the Lloyd El- stons to the circus at Wort Dodge. Ttu Fldelis Sunday School class met Wednasday afternoon with Mrs. V. U Pratt Mrs. data Oi- Four Corner News The Mart Elmores spent Sunday with the Oliver Elmore family near Fairmont. 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